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Post  Bart Knox on September 20th 2015, 8:11 pm

I have a f600 I picked up last year for a yard truck I haven't moved it this year so I got it going today to make sure it was working for when the excavator shows this weekend coming to do some work around the yard so I can hall some dirt around anyway the clutch is seized engaged is there any easy way to free it up without tearing everything apart
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Post  schmitty on September 21st 2015, 10:46 am

Probably rusted together. High gear disengage clutch and apply brakes. Might break it free. I've done this on old tractors before.
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Post  Bart Knox on September 21st 2015, 8:15 pm

It's a 79 sat for five year's before I got it no brakes. ... I was thinking about tightening up clutch starting in gear and driving up hill what do you think it will brake loos? The pedal won't push in bent arm a little trying had to straighten it back out
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Post  69F100 on September 21st 2015, 9:32 pm

Bart Knox wrote:It's a 79 sat for five year's before I got it no brakes. ... I was thinking about tightening up clutch starting in gear and driving up hill what do you think it will brake loos? The pedal won't push in bent arm a little trying had to straighten it back out

Shoot it good with PB Blast good and let it sit then do that a few times the throw out bearing might be frozen to the input shaft
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Post  Inthegarage on September 21st 2015, 9:52 pm

I have had good luck with removing the inspection cover and using a putty knife to unstick the disc from the pressure plate.....This is while someone else is depressing the clutch...........Good luck

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Post  cool40 on September 21st 2015, 9:52 pm

Put it in reverse and pull it forward or rock it.
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Post  supervel45 on September 21st 2015, 10:21 pm

You had my ideal Cool40. I was thinking a tractor on one end and another truck on the other. Have a third contolling the gear selection in the middle, and give it a few back and forth jolts. X2 on the PB Blaster and throw out bearing.

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Post  Bart Knox on September 22nd 2015, 11:31 am

Right on thanks guy's I'll try all that and let yous no how I make out
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Post  crittersf1 on November 12th 2015, 6:23 pm

Well?????????
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Post  StickBBF on February 9th 2016, 11:54 pm

Don't try dragging it around the yard!  

Jack the drive axle off of the ground, secure the vehicle, start the engine (yes, it will start and the wheels will start to turn).  Warm the engine, rev it up a bit, then hit the brakes....do this once or twice and then try the clutch again.  It will likely be freed up......  

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