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I am working on my td-9 engine clutch. From my manual and what I have read on here, it says to adjust the clutch when there is"excessive" slippage. In real life, what is excessive. When pushing against a major stump pile, the clutch appears to slip a little as the tracks spin and the engine bogs down. Is this ok or should I adjust it until there is no slip? Don't want to burn out the clutch. Been on farm equipment for nearly forty years but this is my first experience on track toys, just trying to learn!

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The clutch shoudn't slip. If it's the ceramic type some slipping won't really hurt it as much as traditional types. Better the clutch

give some than the finals or tranny. I think the book means to adjust it when you can't tolerate it anymore.

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