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Re: brakes on a 1070

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10-14-2013 06:23:50

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As I stated we have a Case service manual and it does not give me any ideas. I will get some help to watch the slave cylinder for movement. I am thinking it will be in the main valve as it causes no braking when both pedal are applied. If the slave cylinder was not working the left would still apply brakes???
Thanks again I know several of you have lots of experience.

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10-14-2013 11:14:29

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 Re: brakes on a 1070 in reply to cnj152, 10-14-2013 06:23:50  
brake valve can have several things that will allow one to work and not the other I just thought we would start out and see if the slave cylinder is working to start with, there is a valve inside the brake valve that cuts back the brake PSI when both pedals are applied together that may end up being the cause of all of it but just having you check things out like I would if I was there good luck

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10-14-2013 20:36:58

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 Re: brakes on a 1070 in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 10-14-2013 11:14:29  
I thank you
As I stated in the first post the service manual does not address any thing that I saw as a possible problem.
I searched the archives and saw that some just work on the top half, and some one sent me an email that said they repaired theirs on an 870 and it started leaking soon after and they were told by Case mechanics to get a good one from the salvage yard.
I had a 1370 years ago and the valve caused the brakes on one side to apply without the pedal being mashed, I was row cropping at the time and took valve to the Case dealer and had it repaired no problems. We just do hay and cows now and we try to do as much as we can ourselves.
Thanks again,

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