The tractor clutch assembly in a tractor serves a critical function in transmitting power from the engine to the transmission and ultimately to the wheels. It allows the operator to engage or disengage the power flow between the engine and the transmission, enabling the tractor to start, stop, and change gears smoothly. Here’s an overview of the components typically found in a tractor clutch assembly:

Tractor clutch assembly components

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Clutch Pedal: The clutch pedal is the control mechanism operated by the driver to engage or disengage the clutch. Depressing the clutch pedal disengages the clutch, while releasing it engages the clutch.

Clutch Disc: The clutch disc, also known as a friction disc, is a circular plate with friction material on both sides. It is sandwiched between the pressure plate and the flywheel. When the clutch is engaged, the clutch disc is pressed against the flywheel, transmitting power from the engine to the transmission.

Pressure Plate: The pressure plate is a metal plate mounted on the flywheel. It applies pressure to the clutch disc through a series of springs or a diaphragm spring when the clutch is engaged. This pressure holds the clutch disc against the flywheel, allowing power transfer.

Flywheel: The flywheel is a heavy, rotating disc mounted on the rear end of the engine’s crankshaft. It provides inertia to smooth out engine power pulses and helps maintain rotational momentum when the clutch is disengaged.

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