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post #1 of 4 Old 08-15-2019, 12:27 PM Thread Starter
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ht 3813 drive plate replacement

my 3813 is hard getting into and when it does and you release the clutch it speeds up very quickly and then very difficult to shift gears while mowing. I took the pto clutch apart in front as it seemed to be the easiest to get to my brake assembly and the friction disk had lots of meat on them (1 to 2mm above the marks) but they were jammed up with lots of debris which I am sure wasn't allowing the spring action in the friction disk to function properly. So I replaced the bearings and reassembled it. (by the way I did price out the resurfacing of both and it was $50 can. for each). my next step is to inspect the rear drive as it is probably just as full with crud as the front would it be a waste of time ! or should I just leave it . I havenèt had a chance to run the tractor outside yet as it has been pouring rain for the last couple of days . what would be appreciated is the pics that showed the replacement of the drive plate I could find the posts where it is referred to by scullydavidson and then rereferenced by larryccf the explanations are there but not the pics . If anyone has these or knows how or where I can access these it would be appreciated. I am more of a visual learner. thanks for your consideration.
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post #2 of 4 Old 08-16-2019, 10:27 AM
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Re: ht 3813 drive plate replacement

Here are a few videos on YouTube that may help...

https://www.youtube.com/results?sear...3+honda+clutch
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Re: ht 3813 drive plate replacement

hey tominGeorgia grateful for the video link there must be everything you could possibly need for a ht3813 except how to remove the drive plate itself and the drive shaft the closest one was by a marin cander 7 years ago and he stopped short of the mentioned removals . thanks again
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post #4 of 4 Old 08-19-2019, 01:15 PM
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Re: ht 3813 drive plate replacement

I think some clarification is necessary here: The PTO clutch is on the front of the engine. The transmission clutch is on the driveshaft under the seat. Did you take the PTO clutch apart? ...to fix shifting issues? Are you asking for help on the PTO clutch or on the transmission clutch?

This video shows the operation of the transmission clutch damper in great detail starting around 10minutes;
At 13 minutes, it shows what happens when the damper is disconnected. This may be hard on the clutch & transmission so I would not recommend disconnection of the damper.

I don't have a 3813 myself, and I'm pretty sure what you're asking for should be described in a factory service manual, so it may be best to aquire one of those. I find it to be my very first action when tackling service on my tractors.
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