Heartland Clutch is a part of a fourth-generation family-owned company that began as the dream of Kenneth Lemmons. His passion for never settling it what drives our innovation today.

Durability is a cornerstone of Heartland products, but they are also packed with innovation because our future thinking people know quality matters to you. Our state of the art facility in Machesney Park, Illinois is the hub where forward focused engineering meets meticulous production.

We set the industry standard because we understand the needs of the people who work in agriculture. That knowledge means our products come with the right configurations to meet the needs of any task you tackle. Heartland parts are tough, reliable and ready to ship because you deserve a great product that works. We sweat the details so you can focus on getting the job done.


Quality is our tradition. The highly trained team at our family-owned facility in Machesney Park, Illinois assembles and distributes only the best parts, so you never need to worry about the toughness or durability of our products. The covers and discs that go into Heartland ClutchPaks and ClutchSets are the very same items that are used globally by our OEM accounts under original part numbers.

ClutchPaks include cover assembly, loose clutch disc, release bearing, pilot bearing or bushing and, in many cases, a clutch alignment tool. If the application requires it, cover-to-flywheel bolts and washers are supplied with certain ClutchPaks including our Safety PTO clutches for CNH®, Case-IH®, New Holland® and John Deere®.

ClutchSets offer parts with the same craftsmanship, but only include a cover assembly and loose disc(s). Bearings and alignment tool are not provided.


Heartland products are top quality because of the people who build them. Our staff has decades of engineering, sales, and application experiences that inform every decision we make. Former Rockford Clutch engineers are leading a group of young, eager minds that are constantly working on new projects to keep the company on top of current trends while also understanding what’s ahead in the future. These engineers design parts from the ground up and provide specifications for our casting and steel suppliers to ensure only the highest quality materials are used in our products. And those designs are assembled in our facility by our dedicated employees.

In cases where clutch components are purchased for redistribution, they go through a rigorous inspection process that includes metallurgy, fitment, and longevity tests to ensure that the product passes our quality review. All purchased clutches travel down our assembly line for a series of checks to ensure correct lever settings and proper balance.