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I hope that the clutch you bought off of e-Bay IS an EZ clutch with the big hex nut just behind the fan and I also hope that it is for a Kohler and not an Onan.

Here's how you start.


Get the serial number off of your tractor and then locate the correct Parts Manual in the Library. Use the diagrams as a comparison to what parts are missing from your tractor and then record the part numbers and description on a list. Make sure that the parts work on both the 200 and 400 Series in that book.

Go to the next manual that covers the next group of PIN's and make a new list. Cross-reference the numbers between the two books. Then go to the next book and do it all over again and the next book and the next.

This research on your part will disclose if the PTO lever is the same part number from PIN XXXXXXX to PIN XXXXXXXXXX and the same with all the other bits and pieces. Once you know that, you can easily find what you need on e-Bay just by asking the Seller to disclose the true PIN of the tractor he parted out. There aren't that many parts involved but you want to be sure that you won't have clearance or operational issues that will plague you after you get everything back together. You have the guide so it sounds to me like you need the push/pull rod and all of the bits that are attached to the lever. The clutch may need a throwout fork if it did not come with one.

Those PIN's can be referenced to the CHART in the FAQ's that indicate the year in which those tractors were built.

Does the above do it for you?
 

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It's a rare discussion because very few owners remove these items permanently from their tractors unless they install a foreign engine that cannot support the mechanical PTO. The chances of you finding someone who went through that process of re-installing all of the PTO linkage is slim. Therefore, the best advice I can give is to direct you to the manuals and check part numbers to see how widely used the parts were.

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