An clutch is a type of mechanical component that is used in farming machinery to engage and disengage power transmission between the engine and the drivetrain of the vehicle. Agricultural clutches are designed to withstand heavy loads and high torque while providing reliable performance and durability in harsh agricultural environments.

A clutch kit, on the other hand, is a collection of parts that are used to replace or repair a damaged or worn-out clutch system. A typical clutch kit includes a clutch disc, pressure plate, and release bearing. The clutch disc is the part that connects the engine to the transmission and is responsible for transferring power between the two. The pressure plate applies pressure to the clutch disc, causing it to engage with the flywheel and transmit power to the transmission. The release bearing helps to disengage the clutch when the pedal is depressed, allowing for smooth gear changes.

The primary difference between a clutch and a clutch kit is that a clutch is a single component that is part of the vehicle’s drivetrain, while a clutch kit is a set of parts used to repair or replace a worn-out or damaged clutch. A clutch kit includes all the components necessary to replace the entire clutch system, while a clutch alone is just one part of that system. When a vehicle’s clutch begins to wear out or fail, a clutch kit is typically needed to replace the entire system and restore proper function.

Some common types of agricultural clutches include:

PTO clutches: Power Take-Off (PTO) clutches are used to transfer power from the engine to the drivetrain of the vehicle or a connected agricultural implement. PTO clutches are typically used in tractors and other agricultural machinery that require high torque and reliable power transmission.

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