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Re: Update on 1220.4 Clutch shudder
« Reply #2 on: January 19, 2019, 02:34:25 PM »
Let us know how it goes and your experience with the tractor.


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Update on 1220.4 Clutch shudder
« Reply #1 on: January 16, 2019, 09:08:40 AM »
My 1220.4 has about 200 hours on it now, and the clutch  that was repaired, is now slipping.  This is not due to anything MTZ or the mechanic who repaired it for me did.  This is due to the mechanic who left out the pilot bearing in the flywheel not installing the Button style cerametallix clutch disks.  Using the tractor for normal operations and moving hay bales to feed cattle has caused the woven linings that were for a tractor of 1/2 the horsepower of this tractor to slip.  I have made adjustments, but in addition as the clutch gets hot from working, it drags excessively creating a lot of gear crashing when using the range revese shifter. 

When the weather clears up so that I can let this tractor go into the shop, we will get this fixed.   

Thanks to Arie and all of MTZ for stepping up to agree to supply a complete clutch disk and pressure plate assembly. 
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