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Farmall M parking brake

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Florence 40

06-01-2012 08:36:06

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I have a 1951 M and I'm wondering how to lock the brakes with out reaching down to flip the lever. Am I missing a spring or something that makes the lever come up? Or is there some way to lock the brakes I just don't see? Thanks

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06-04-2012 05:42:08

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 Re: Farmall M parking brake in reply to Florence 40, 06-01-2012 08:36:06  
I've had a few farmalls M's and a H and a C and there all the same. You have to bend down to lift up that lever. And that only locks the left side brake unless you have that other lever on top of the brake fliped to lock the two together.

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Retired Farmer

06-01-2012 11:44:30

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 Re: Farmall M parking brake in reply to Florence 40, 06-01-2012 08:36:06  
Some of them had a rod that come up kind of in front of the steering post with a ring on top that attached to that brake lever and you just reached over and pulled it up. Been years since I been around one so I don't remember exactly how it was attached. Your Case IH dealer might still have a parts book on them that has a picture of it.

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