Sounds like your brakes are the same as on our 430 triple-range that I fixed recently. The first time I found they were full of oil/grease (some previous owner must have put a new seal in and rolled half the lip doing it) and I just cleaned it up and put it back together trying to be cheap, but that didnít last long and they were barely working as before. So a few weeks ago I got the new seals and brake linings and tore into it. Also, you can take the brake housing and the carrier plate to an automotive machine shop or someone with a flywheel grinder and have them resurfaced. I work at a machine shop so I did mine myself, as well as one half of the brake drum the 430 is equipped with that I put in a lathe to clean it up a little and take the polish off. Now I can take this tractor down the road at 26mph and with a little effort I can slide the thing down the road to a stop. They do engage gently, not just locking up. Good luck!
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