Tractor clutches are now online!

Shop clutch parts for all popular tractor models

  • Clutch Discs
  • Clutch Kits
  • Pressure Plates & More!

Scroll down for the full list of what's online!

AGRICULTURAL & CONSTRUCTION CLUTCH PARTS

Reliance makes it easy for you to order all of the parts you need. We’ve recently added clutches for the most popular manufacturers to our website and are working diligently to get the remaining manufactures online soon!

Our full line of clutch parts, which include clutches, pressure plates, and clutch kits, cover the following applications: John Deere, Case-IH, Allis Chalmers, International, Massey Ferguson, David Brown, Deutz, Minneapolis Moline, Oliver, White and Ford!

HOW TO FIND THE CLUTCH PARTS YOU NEED

Reliance Clutch Heavy Duty Parts

Know the part number?

Simply type the part number into the search bar at the top of the page like you would an engine part.

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Find clutch parts like you do engine parts

Do a machine or engine lookup on the Shop Parts page. On the results page, you will find the clutches under the engine parts section.

THE RELIANCE CLUTCH QUALITY ASSURANCE

Our commitment to innovation and quality doesn’t end at engine parts. We’ve created a new line of clutches for some of the most popular tractor models in the industry. Reliance brand clutch discs are made from the strongest materials for your tractor application.

Reliance Power Parts Woven Organic Disc
Woven Organic Disc

Reliance woven organic clutch disc offer smooth engagement, wear resistance, and strength. These woven discs are ideal for perforance, durability and cost.

Reliance Power Parts Woven Organic Disc
Ceramic Padded Disc

Our ceramic padded discs are perfect for heavy duty applications and heavy load scenarios. Because ceramic faced discs can withstand considerable heat, they are ideal for repeated engagement and disengagements that leads to high temperatures.

Reliance Tech TipsTROUBLESHOOTING CLUTCH ISSUES & FAILURES

Learn how to fix clutch technical problems such as:

  • Clutch rattles at a low RPM
  • Jumpy engagement or poor release
  • Release levers are burnt
  • The clutch disc is hitting the crankshaft mounting bolts
  • The clutch doesn't release or releases prematurely
  • And more!

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