2-135 hard clutch I know many who have a 2-135,2-155, and maybe even a 2-180 have a hard clutch pedal that wears your leg and knee out during the day if you use it alot. Several years ago I made the length of the fork just a little bit longer as you see in one picture, but was never happy with it, and I saw a post on yesterday s tractors and started doing some research and found everything on the later serial number tractors(so like the series 2) was the same except for the bellcrank. I thought I would order one if available to see what the difference was and if it would help. Well you can see putting them side by side what s different, and boy does it make a difference for pushing the pedal. Even leaving the bracket I put on the fork lever, it still disengages just fine to shift through all the gears, and is almost easier than the clutch on my 1850, easier than many pickups I ve driven. Now it s obsolete from agco, my dealer said no other dealers had it on hand, but they were able to get it from an obsolete parts warehouse. I made a tracing of it, and the overall length for scale if someone wants to make a copy of it for their tractor. I went from hating to push the clutch, to now if my 6 year olds legs were long enough, I think he could do it without a problem. It only took about 15 minutes to change, and that s only because my hands had a hard time getting in there to put the pins back in. Oh, I think it would be even easier if it had a pedal return spring that wasn t so tight.