By Heinz Heisler
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The jaws are then forced open and the kingpin enters the space between the jaws (Fig. 23(b)). The kingpin contacts the rear of the jaws which then automatically pushes them together. At the same time, one of the coupler jaws causes the trip pin to strike the pawl. The pawl turns on its pivot against the force of the spring, releasing the plunger, allowing it to be forced into the jaws' lock gap by its spring (Fig. 23(c)). When the tractor is moving, the drag of the kingpin increases the lateral force of the jaws on the plunger.
The separately attached spring segments are thinner than the segments formed out of the single piece driven plate, so that the squeeze take-up is generally softer and the spin inertia of the thinner segments is noticeably reduced. A further benefit created by the spring segments ensures satisfactory bedding of the facing material and a more even distribution of the work load. In addition, cooling between the friction linings occurs when the clutch is disengaged which helps to stabilise the frictional properties of the face material.
Therefore, if misalignment exists, the driven plate plane of rotation will always be slightly skewed to that of the restrained hub which is made to rotate about the spigot shaft's axis. 3 Flywheel friction face and rim face runout (Fig. 10(a and b)) When the flywheel is centred by the crankshaft axis, it is essential that the flywheel friction face and rim rotate perpendicularly to the crankshaft axis. Mount the dial gauge magnetic base to the engine flywheel housing. First set the indicator pointer against the friction face of the flywheel near the outer edge (Fig.
Advanced Vehicle Technology (2nd Edition) by Heinz Heisler