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Today I think I may have overloaded the clutch mechanism on my Farmi 501 winch .  Is it quite a difficult job to dismantle the clutch assembly on the Farmi 501?

Many thanks 

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On 24/06/2021 at 20:01, cessna said:

Today I think I may have overloaded the clutch mechanism on my Farmi 501 winch .  Is it quite a difficult job to dismantle the clutch assembly on the Farmi 501?

Many thanks 

Some one help him ....

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1 minute ago, Stubby said:

Some one help him ....

Never had one to bits , Iglands mostly fr me   - how did he do that  ? K

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Today I think I may have overloaded the clutch mechanism on my Farmi 501 winch .  Is it quite a difficult job to dismantle the clutch assembly on the Farmi 501?
Many thanks 
Not really.
Pulled one apart and put a new start and clutch in it in about 4hrs.
The hardest part is setting up the little cone's in the engagement cam, if I remember correctly a good description is in the handbook if you have it, no specialist tools needed just a extra pair of hands to lift the drum out
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18 minutes ago, Gray git said:

Not really.
Pulled one apart and put a new start and clutch in it in about 4hrs.
The hardest part is setting up the little cone's in the engagement cam, if I remember correctly a good description is in the handbook if you have it, no specialist tools needed just a extra pair of hands to lift the drum out

Was this on site, on that steep banking job over the otherside of the A19 that time?

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Was this on site, on that steep banking job over the otherside of the A19 that time?
That's the one
Then had to put it all together again to get it back to the workshop to take it apart again

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