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Yes, the side turn brake pedals were seized on the shaft on both sides. That's been the first thing I've taken apart to remedy. Just about everything on this machine is either seized up, broken, rusted, or worn out. :)
I wanted to drill the pivot to add a grease fitting, but the steel is so hard I can't get a drill bit to cut it. When I drove the pin out, the bushing came out with it. Guess I'll grease it up good when I put it back together and try to remember to disassemble and lube on a yearly basis.
So, what do I need to do about the wallered out holes in the brake backing plate? :?
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