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Thread: RE : Clutch Replacement on Reo M35

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    Default RE : Clutch Replacement on Reo M35

    Hi all
    How hard is to replace a clutch in a Reo M35
    and how much are the parts ?

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    I've not priced parts in years but the work is pretty straightforward. I prefer to drop the trans from inside the cab using an engine crane or a stringer from the rear cab wall to the windshield frame and suspend a come a long or very small chain hoist.
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    Thanks for that.
    I looked at a Reo yesterday and the clutch didn't bite until right at the top, it didn't slip at all.
    Not driven one before so didn't really know, is this usual ?

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    It might just need to be adjusted.
    I've been driving all night, my hands wet on the wheel.

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    Thanks
    Any help and advice is much appreciated. .

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    Here is the adjustment procedure:
    TM9-2320-361-24-1.pdf
    I've been driving all night, my hands wet on the wheel.

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    we can help with all of your parts requirements
    please feel free to email bill in our office directly at bill@easternsurplus.net

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    Thanks again for all your help people ��

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