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international 434 clutch repair

Discussion in 'Tractor/Loader/Backhoes' started by firedude26, May 27, 2015.

  1. firedude26

    firedude26 Active Member

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    im going to look at a international 434 diesel with a loader tomm, he says it needs a clutch and a few other small items, good looking tractor besides that. so my question is will this have to be split to do the clutch? i havent seen this except one picture. the price is right, prob scrap it for more than i paying for it. just looking for some pointers with it.
    thanks in advance!!
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  2. Delmer

    Delmer Senior Member

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    I can't imagine how you'd replace a clutch without splitting the tractor???

    If the internet lore is correct, this was built in Britain and still in production by Mahindra.
     
  3. firedude26

    firedude26 Active Member

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    ok i havent seen it but figured as much, thanks for the input.