THAT TIME I SPLIT A TRACTOR WHICH DIDN'T NEED TO BE SPLIT (oops restoration mistakes)


ChuckE2009
ChuckE2009

Find me on Instagram! lance.in.texas

Vor 11 Tage
gota know
gota know

Tell us about the scrap metal bisnes you use to do

Vor 3 Tage
farmallman2013
farmallman2013

Hey chuckE2009 what is the best amazon plasma cutter for the money

Vor 7 Tage
Stephen West
Stephen West

It's a tractor!! It's going to the field to work! Let the man have a good working tractor his way they get scratch up and dented when you actually use them there not trailer queens

Vor 8 Tage
Anthony Meyer
Anthony Meyer

ChuckE2009 ok Lnce if your name is Lance

Vor 8 Tage
William Lewis
William Lewis

any time you learn something from the project it is not a fail it is a win

Vor 9 Tage
Cabal2600
Cabal2600

It is good to see fellow mechanic,it is good to see somebody with talents and patience to build or rebuild something that others would consider as scrap...

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Tsunauticus III
Tsunauticus III

Would you be surprised if I said that the only reason ole buddy hangs out with you... was to build his YouTube channel? He hates your guts. Ask his wife. She knows about the entire plan(and what he really thinks about you). You may have to piss her off but she will spew forth the truth. Just wait till both are in front of you. Get her attention... and ask her what you want to know. If she won’t answer... then you make her mad. Tell her that he told you about the abortion she got after she cheated. She will get PISSED. If that doesn’t quite set her off enough... tell her that he told you about “the prolapse”. That should top it off nicely. Have a great day.

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Beef Supreme
Beef Supreme

your forgetting replacing the through-out bearing

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David Goodall
David Goodall

You probably can't get it into gear with the engine running at the speed the engine was turning. Now that you have an idle, it will most likely work.

Vor 2 Tage
Cy Early
Cy Early

It needs a new pilot bearing.

Vor 2 Tage
Chris Geeseka
Chris Geeseka

You should look into dustless blasting. The equipment would pay for it self. You could use it on alot of your projects.

Vor 2 Tage
Sam Ebie
Sam Ebie

Flywheel looks like it got hot like the clutch stuck and got burnt replace it and get flywheel resurfaced..

Vor 2 Tage
Paul Hart
Paul Hart

That clutch and fly wheel is far from mint 😑

Vor 2 Tage
Michael Beirne
Michael Beirne

It may have been a waste of time for you, but it was GREAT for me. I have an 860 ford almost exactly like yours and it taught me a lot! Thanks Thanks Thanks!

Vor 3 Tage
gota know
gota know

You said you used to do scrap metal tell us about that

Vor 3 Tage
Matt Cerbone
Matt Cerbone

You wouldn’t have figured out the problem without splitting the tractor. And the clutch and flywheel aren’t mint. I’d replace it all. $300 is short money compared to time spent to split the machine

Vor 4 Tage
googacct
googacct

Is it possible to get a borescope inside to see what is going on before splitting the tractor?

Vor 4 Tage
Matthew Macek
Matthew Macek

I bought a cheap yanmar has water in the hydraulic fluid how do I get it out? 3 point hitch doesn't work because of it.. Front and loader does work..

Vor 5 Tage
Jock Stewart
Jock Stewart

I know you don't read your comments, and I can see why! But, I just wanted to say I really enjoy your videos, it takes me back to when I lived on my family farm and did many of the same jobs as you. Mind you, my welding is a lot less elegant than yours and I reckon that the kit I was working on was in a generally worse state too. Keep it up good fella, you brighten my days!

Vor 5 Tage
Roy Nelson
Roy Nelson

You know what Chucky anybody that works on stuff has been there as I have sometimes something simple we go right past but it was really cool to see you break this down and fixing it back up always a big UPS to you bro very very cool 👍👍👍👍👍👍👊👊👊👊👊👊

Vor 6 Tage
Joe R
Joe R

I would replace the clutch pedal spring as well.

Vor 6 Tage
CPUDOCTHE1
CPUDOCTHE1

A bad pilot bearing will keep the transmission input shaft spinning without much load on the transmission. Also, you have good clutch material over the riveted ends of the rivets but the head of the rivets are getting close to cutting into the flywheel and pressure plate.

Vor 6 Tage
CPUDOCTHE1
CPUDOCTHE1

I have NEVER heard of tying a tractor to some immovable object to break a clutch loose. We had one tractor that lived outside. When the clutch would not release, I would put it in 1st gear, start it, drive it around with the clutch pedal pressed and hit the brakes. Always popped the clutch loose within 15-20 feet. No chain required.

Vor 6 Tage
johnnyg256what
johnnyg256what

make sure you put the disc back in facing the right way. Although it looks like either way will work and it will bolt back together, most clutch discs are specific and will not disengage if installed backwards.

Vor 6 Tage
Wmpaul Minder
Wmpaul Minder

U are good but Rachel Gingell is easier to watch doing it,clutches

Vor 6 Tage
roach
roach

replace the clutch anyways since you have it apart

Vor 6 Tage
guyina4x4
guyina4x4

Why did you remove the front axle?

Vor 6 Tage
ALLxoxoxoxo
ALLxoxoxoxo

A bolt through a link of that chain with one end in each of the hole in the block would have been sufficient to move that engine a short distance. They really aren't that heavy. 3 guys, two if they strong can lift an engine. I used to be able lift a v-8 without a transmission onto a pallet. No need for all that extra steel.

Vor 7 Tage
Cypsmen
Cypsmen

Nice!

Vor 7 Tage
Christopher Chikosky
Christopher Chikosky

When will we get to see more videos on the yellow backhoe and frontloter

Vor 7 Tage
Miles Parris
Miles Parris

Try transmission fluid instead of diesel fuel, it absorbs water and will keep things lubricated better while you drive it around.

Vor 7 Tage
Craig Durbin
Craig Durbin

I would replace that clutch setup anyways because you are there and a new flywheel on an old tractor never hurt anyone

Vor 7 Tage
Sam Mig
Sam Mig

That was no fail. Thanks for sharing your experience. I have to do this later on at my Fordson with backhoe.

Vor 7 Tage
Jon Theshredder
Jon Theshredder

Check to make sure the springs inside your clutch pressure plate are working properly and not binding

Vor 7 Tage
Dwayne Harralson
Dwayne Harralson

a gasket and a bearing? I was expecting worse :/

Vor 7 Tage
Pseudorandomly
Pseudorandomly

So he goes to the trouble of fabricating a fancy lifting jig for the engine and then just wraps a chain around the legs of it? I don't get it ...

Vor 8 Tage
Caleb Austin
Caleb Austin

We don't split tractors to fix them, we split them to see what is inside;)

Vor 8 Tage
Mars Rover
Mars Rover

Why do you think this was a fail? Chuckee got low self esteem issues? LOL, Ya done great.

Vor 8 Tage
Robert Quast
Robert Quast

Make sure splines of clutch disc slide on input shaft splines. We had a dump truck with a bad input shaft that wouldn’t let the clutch disengage

Vor 8 Tage
Stephen West
Stephen West

Paint does not fix or make a piece of equipment run any better there made to work and make you money

Vor 8 Tage
Stephen West
Stephen West

Replacement of pilot baring and through out baring and clutch is a must especially when you have the tractor broke apart, you're there checking the clutch disc pressure plat through out baring and pilot baring and clutch fork anyways ( better to have than wishing you had later) I am with you all the way Stretch saving hear saving there but when it comes to your safety. you can't let your wallet dictate you fixing and maintaining your equipment poorly

Vor 8 Tage
Tom Pip
Tom Pip

Is the pressure plate Weak

Vor 8 Tage
Stephen West
Stephen West

Just because it's in good shape does not mean the clutch was not stuck and it's better to do the extra work to insure you parts are good and to just know for your self that everything is good you never know with old equipment you save your self heart achs and head aches just by dubbel checking

Vor 8 Tage
Albert Fiallos
Albert Fiallos

JMHO Chuck, based on my experience, the clutch disc is contaminated with oil and some of the rivit heads on the clutch disc are ready to rub on the flywheel, throw-out bearings are cheap. I would check the fingers on the pressure plate for wear and uneven height. The pilot bearing alone was worth the teardown. I would change the whole clutch assembly, but that's JMHO. Kind regards, Al

Vor 8 Tage
john merlino
john merlino

Chucke,,, just wanted to than you for all these videos, so much added to the world you have!!!... Your Mother must be a Good, Proud woman as well as your Father!!… Keep it up My Man!!!

Vor 8 Tage
Billy Conley
Billy Conley

With a tractor that old, I would expect to see a pilot bushing in the back of the crank. The pilot bearing you have is worn out, and probably a modern "upgrade." I'd try to find a bushing, I think they hold up better in intermittent usage (they won't rust from sitting a few months.)

Vor 8 Tage
Richard Kern
Richard Kern

Clutch pedals don't move forward or release the clutch when the clutch disc is backwards. It just wont move, don't ask how I know. Consider verifying which side is front. Best

Vor 9 Tage
niper99
niper99

pressure plate no good... replace both disk and pressure plate

Vor 9 Tage
Alex Ramirez
Alex Ramirez

Paint it

Vor 9 Tage
aceadman
aceadman

Hey @ChuckE2009. Love your channel! I know you never read comments but just in case, are we gonna get a video showing progress on the small old kubota project? I saw it running on a recent video but the project stream still has it broken in first gear. We gonna see how you fixed it? I’d love to.... many thanks for all your hard work. I’m hooked.

Vor 9 Tage
Richard Warnock
Richard Warnock

ChuckE the diesel sludge may have impregnated the clutch and plate huh!! It's nice to find surprising stuff it's not a fail it's a learning curve!!!; ) Your AOK!!!, Why Lucky knows!!!

Vor 9 Tage
markam campbell
markam campbell

the pilot bearing will prevent it from shifting and turn your flywheel.

Vor 9 Tage
Dave
Dave

I really should learn how to work on tractors too

Vor 9 Tage
JFK64 Kennedy
JFK64 Kennedy

you need a new throw out bearing

Vor 9 Tage
hartstudebakerkid
hartstudebakerkid

You had better pull that flywheel and check the freeze plug in the back of the block and replace it and the one in the back of the head too.

Vor 9 Tage
ANTIVNM
ANTIVNM

I would still replace the clutch and turn that flywheel to make certain it’s all functional for years to come...

Vor 9 Tage
Fu Dog Whisperer
Fu Dog Whisperer

Its great to see you mechanic's skill improving..........thanks to mechanic Steve! You should have title this one, things that cops don't want you to know about splitting apart tractors, but I guess that's mechanic Steve's shtick! HAHAHAHA!

Vor 9 Tage
L.E. Batte
L.E. Batte

I know you have said that you no longer read comments on your videos . But I hope that you ask for a second opinion from Mechanic Steve about the condition of your clutch . It doesn't look to be "mint" . In fact it is fairly worn . There's definitely hot spotting on the fly wheel surface and while the rivets are still well below the surface of the clutch friction surface , this is not the wear indicator . The grooves in the clutch disc serve 2 purposes . First is as wear indicator . Second it allows the clutch disc to release from the flywheel and pressure plate when the clutch opens . Suction can hols the disc to one surface or the other when the clutch opens and keep the clutch from disengaging or at least disengaging smoothly . These grooves let air in between the clutch disc and steel surfaces so it can disengage and lets air escape when the clutch is closed on the disk for smooth engagement . Those hot spots on your flywheel are caused by clutch chatter on engagement . Part of this is caused by the worn disk .

Vor 9 Tage
Cory Kulinski
Cory Kulinski

For somebody that goes on rants about people not repairing things the correctly sounds a little like the pot calling the kettle black

Vor 9 Tage
Andrew Churchley
Andrew Churchley

Thank you Chucke. Taken with the viewer comments, this is a thorough training in what to look for and what to do.

Vor 9 Tage
R Monkey
R Monkey

Thomas Edison said, I have not failed. I've just found 10,000 ways that don't work.

Vor 9 Tage
Scarface 39
Scarface 39

Thats a pilot bearing in the center of crankshaft

Vor 9 Tage
Ron Schmitt
Ron Schmitt

Fixed the same problem on a tractor and it had the same sound coming from the pilot bearing. If the pilot bearing drags to much it will keep the input shaft spinning like the clutch isn't letting go. The trans input shaft has to stop spinning to make the shift into gear. Make sure you don't get rid of too much free play at the clutch peddle or you will cook the throwout bearing.

Vor 9 Tage
Basil Keen
Basil Keen

Not a fail if you learnt something

Vor 9 Tage
24auhr
24auhr

4:34 its why im here Chuck , best win/learn for a while !

Vor 9 Tage
TK Tinman
TK Tinman

Hi ChuckE. I would replace all and turn flywheel if I could afford it. Seal O ring looks like it slid out of place probably before it was tightened down maybe . From the guy before you that didn't split the tractor to correct same leak. Looks squished against steel plate to paper thin. Thanks for the information and education as usual. TK tinman

Vor 9 Tage
Dave Kimbler
Dave Kimbler

Well it wouldn’t be you unless you tore something apart ! I was surprised there was something wrong inside there !

Vor 9 Tage
Brandon Richter
Brandon Richter

Am I the only one who noticed he actually welded something with the mig instead of stick welding it? I watch some of his videos, see numerous mig machines in his shop but he always grabs the stick welder, despite the fact most of his little projects would be done far more efficiently with a mig and be just as strong

Vor 9 Tage
TheSoloAsylum
TheSoloAsylum

That clutch does not look good to me, also that flywheel has clutch material stuck all over it, it should look like a machined surface. That tells me that clutch has been stuck to the flywheel for a little while..age can do that, heat or fluid on the flywheel can burn the clutch to it.

Vor 9 Tage
fredy gump
fredy gump

He said, "Fabri-cobble"!

Vor 9 Tage
MrJeep75
MrJeep75

I would still buy a clutch

Vor 9 Tage
Samantha Treasure
Samantha Treasure

Its definitely not a fail. After watching the video and reading the comments, I've learned a lot. Thanks everyone for the education.

Vor 9 Tage
Grant Johnson
Grant Johnson

Feed Lucky Dog!

Vor 9 Tage
Awesomus Maximus
Awesomus Maximus

Just to be safe check the pressure plate assembly it may be faulty on the clutch linkages check the shaft that goes through the throw out fork the locking pin may have sheared off at time stamp 6:15 bit hard see but

Vor 10 Tage
Les Olcott
Les Olcott

That bearing is bad is called the pilot bearing. Pressure plate, release bearing, clutch disc. They all need replaced and leak fixed

Vor 10 Tage
Les Olcott
Les Olcott

Dude replace that clutch. It’s oil soaked. Your clutch is mostly slipping and not stuck.

Vor 10 Tage
grafvonstauffenburg
grafvonstauffenburg

If you wants the bolt heads uniform, acquire some 17 mm hexagonal stock and slice off 10 mm "chunks" which you can them TIG weld to the existing bolt's head.....

Vor 10 Tage
grafvonstauffenburg
grafvonstauffenburg

That should read: "which you can THEN Tig weld to the existing...."

Vor 10 Tage
Brad Taylor
Brad Taylor

I dunno. I think it's a pretty good idea to have first hand knowledge that things inside really are in good shape. You are learning how to fix things simply by taking them apart.

Vor 10 Tage
Carl Miller
Carl Miller

Why make that frame? Only needed to bolt lifting eyes on the front and back of the engine diagonally and your good to go, the engine isn't all that heavy. I would have replaced the clutch, I'd rather be kicking myself for doing it and thinking I didn't need to, than having to tear it down again because I didn't. I think that you need to start listening to those that give you good advice.

Vor 10 Tage
N/ A
N/ A

Lesson learned

Vor 10 Tage
Ben Butler
Ben Butler

I don't know why I'm waisting my time making a comment since you don't read comments but since you soaked the whole area with oil the clutch disk needs replaced along with the throw out bearing because it needs pressure against it to test and thats when it will make noise if it were mine and I have split many of Ferguson 35s in my life I would put all new goodies in there and you are also going to need a line up tool or you will play hell getting it back together and it would have made it easier for you if you wouldn't have removed the from axle so you just have rolled it appart.

Vor 10 Tage
Darell Sunderlin
Darell Sunderlin

I'm with Berry , DON'T Assume Anything , the clutch and parts don't look all that good , if you wait till clutch etc go it will cost a whole lot more than it will now , just saying! :-)

Vor 10 Tage
Henrik Hjelvik
Henrik Hjelvik

I like your videos you make. keep up the good work

Vor 10 Tage
Mark H
Mark H

Every video you make should be titled," this is Exactly how not to do anything".

Vor 10 Tage
dance3476
dance3476

I believe that type of shifter you have is a ford selecto-speed and if I am right those 2 oil lines that leaked are the lines for cooling the transmission oil.

Vor 10 Tage
HUBBABUBBA DOOPYDOOP
HUBBABUBBA DOOPYDOOP

*NO EPIC FAIL HERE*

Vor 10 Tage
Carson Jensen
Carson Jensen

Nice fabrication on the hoist bracket!

Vor 10 Tage
Todd Bearden
Todd Bearden

I don't know what other people are saying but if you look at 6:53 you at 3 have plenty of clearance but look at the rivet pointing at 5 it's almost touching. That clutch disc is bad. You need a new clutch pressure plate put in a new throwout bearing a new pilot bearing and get your flywheel turned. As long as you're there do it. When those lines on the disc are gone the clutch is gone. You can barely see them

Vor 10 Tage
Arnold Romppai
Arnold Romppai

ok so he looked at the clutch, and it is fine, but he didnt show he looked at the presser plate and that is what releases the clutch, the presser plate may have a broken spring or distorted, not letting the clutch go

Vor 10 Tage
RON SALES
RON SALES

make sure you check the front trans seal and rear engine seal also, and the clutch is gone see the flat tops on the rivets is close to the surface of the clutch pads it is gone.THE FLYWHEEL IS GLAZED ALSO.

Vor 10 Tage
scotty362100
scotty362100

WOW..."The Farmer Fix", ChuckECheese is ALWAYS putting down others, when he is the biggest joke on the internet!!! What a freaking DoucheBag! And yet the "know it all" puts back in a junk clutch and throwout bearing, no rear main seal, and no new transmission seal. Total Idiot Moron.

Vor 10 Tage
LDN Wholesale
LDN Wholesale

That spigot dragging may be the release issues. The flywheel too is all heat spotted so while it is apart get it machines. And lube up all of the pedal mechanism. And use some brakeclean on the plate to get rid of most of the oil. That is actually what brakeclean was made for!! The acetone however may do the job as well.

Vor 10 Tage
Greg Turner
Greg Turner

You have 5 speed tranny. 3rd and reverse all the way up, 1st and 2nd in the middle, 4th and 5th all the way down. With 3rd and reverse at top great for loader work.

Vor 10 Tage
Terry Pendergrass
Terry Pendergrass

0:33 Come on, you've never gotten hungry before dinner time? LOL

Vor 10 Tage
James Wilburn
James Wilburn

Back in the day a farmer would buy 1 set of wrenches. If the nut and bolt are the same size you cant do up the connection. If one is half inch and the other side is 7/16 inch then you have way two wrenches that fit both side of the connection.

Vor 10 Tage
T G
T G

Great video as always!....(From a transmission guy) Do yourself a favor and replace the clutch components... Thanks again for the vids, always enjoyable

Vor 10 Tage
Tommy Schauer
Tommy Schauer

NOT A FAIL !    A BIG LEARING WIN .     GREIGHT VID.     KEEP THEM COMEING.

Vor 10 Tage
MARK LOCKWOOD
MARK LOCKWOOD

We all get brain farts.

Vor 10 Tage
Joseph M
Joseph M

With symptoms like you have it may be the clutch disc was installed backwards, Best check before you bolt it back together.

Vor 10 Tage
Barry Simmons
Barry Simmons

Boy you're heartless, making that poor neglected dog wait to eat like that.

Vor 10 Tage
Lomax 321
Lomax 321

Get the flywheel turned and get a clutch kit. A clutch kit will have everything you need ie, clutch disc, pressure plate, throw out bearing, pilot bearing, and lineup shaft. You already have the tractor split. It will be money well spent.

Vor 10 Tage
Klaus Van Heusen
Klaus Van Heusen

Check the roll pin below the throw out bearing and the connection point on the end of the shaft where the linkage connects. When you replace the clutch, pressure plate and pilot bearing replace that rear main seal. I know you will do the right thing..........

Vor 10 Tage
Cambian martin
Cambian martin

These old "farm" tractors were built with different nut and bolt head sizes because the farmer could work on them with one set of tools. If they needed two of everything to unbolt/fix them it would be expensive. Today...different story..tools are cheap today. ;-) I have a 1947 8n, and a 1965 ford 4000...get fun, great tractors!

Vor 10 Tage
114824114824
114824114824

Clutch disc was rusted to the flywheel doesn’t take much to make them stick happens all the time here in Oregon

Vor 10 Tage

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