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Re: 1950 H Brake Issue

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01-18-2014 17:24:00

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Does the 1950 have band breaks? If yes then you need a new band. Sometimes the lining on the bands just peals off. I would replace both so that they would match if it were me.

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01-18-2014 17:28:52

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 Re: 1950 H Brake Issue in reply to Lmack, 01-18-2014 17:24:00  
Pretty sure is has band vs. disc brakes. I don't hear any grinding, scraping or feel anything. I would say it feels like maybe there is grease in it maybe?

I'm out of adjustment as well.


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01-18-2014 19:07:40

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 Re: 1950 H Brake Issue in reply to wilsonsk, 01-18-2014 17:28:52  
If it has oil on the band then you need to replace the seal. If you don't your new brake will get full of oil and not work either.


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01-18-2014 18:26:00

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 Re: 1950 H Brake Issue in reply to wilsonsk, 01-18-2014 17:28:52  
If you do have grease, I would check the rear end/transmission for water. If it has been stored outside water will come in around the gear stick. In the day the use and heat would drive off the water as vapor. Remove the bottom plug and see if you get water. If yes there are historical post on how to deal with cleaning the rear end. Then clean up the breaks and replace the band.

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