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Morning more experienced folks than me, I have an old TD9B crawler that I inherited. Recently when in use the clutch stopped snapping over. Trouble shot for awhile and finally ended up taking the whole thing out. All was in good shape. Got a new shaft and bearing and coupling as needed and put everything back together. All was working great. Used it about an hour. And it started slipping. So I tightened adjustment ring 3 notches. Worked to snap over hard but did snap over. Went back to work and it will not snap over again now. Came back in and loosened adjustment ring and I tried to snap over before putting things back together and won't do it for me. I'm really not a mechanic so I don't have any clue what in really doing, within reason. Question 1) do I need to pull the whole assembly out again because of the heat generated while being used it seized something up? (Really don't want to if I can help it was a hard tough job with huge learning curves.) Question 2) im tightening the ring by going counter clockwise if you are sitting on the machine facing forward like to drive, and counter to loose it? Can I do this to much? Thanks for the help I look forward to hearing some words of wisdom for help.