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Torinodan

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Well, I got another old project that I can't find parts for. It's a Toro 11/38 model 57365. I hadn't got it running yet because I have to stop at the clutch. I can not find any replacement parts for it so I'm trying to source friction material to make my own clutch pad. Any ideas for you all are welcomed. The pad is the riveted part. I'm missing most of it due to rust.
The original pad pad is non asbestos btw.
 

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Russell King

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These people may be able to help?

 
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PoTreeBoy

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McMaster-Carr has several different types of material.

How large is it? You might find one for something else that would work. PTO slip clutch, for example.
 
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long time ago i sent out a set of brake shoes for a motorcycle to NAPA, they relined them for me. not sure if they still do that
 
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Lil Foot

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Truck brake shops make/rebond shoes and clutches
Years ago I needed new brake shoes for my long out of production vertical mill, so I took the old shoes to a Truck brake shop and they re-lined the old ones perfectly.