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Re: Brakes - can this be done?

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Don Hooks

11-26-2013 14:59:15
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Yes, I "burned" them in as described in the shop manual and it went from almost nothing to enough to stop normally but never would slide the tires on grass or gravel. Perhaps I need to replace the shoes with those from another source (got these relined at a shop used by many AG mechanics). Any suggestions for a better source?

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Jason S.

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 Re: Brakes - can this be done? in reply to Don Hooks, 11-26-2013 14:59:15  
Was the shoes being oil soaked the reason you had them relined?



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 Re: Brakes - can this be done? in reply to Jason S., 11-26-2013 16:29:37  
The shoes were relined following seal replacement so, yes, they were oil soaked. The seals seem to be doing their job now. I"m beginning to suspect the shoe material might not be optimum.

Don



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 Re: Brakes - can this be done? in reply to Don Hooks, 11-26-2013 18:00:27  
That's kind of what I'm thinking... I've never been a fan of rebuilt clutches they do not seem to ever be as good or last as long as the originals in my experience. So i question the material that they use to reline them. If the brakes are right it will lock the wheels up. If it were me I would get a new set of shoes from Agco and take the drums to a truck shop or somewhere and have them turned and trued up.

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