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brake pad

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bdunegan

07-19-2012 07:14:29
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The pad may or may not be worn out. the actuating rod, when turned, is offset and pushes against one or two small pins which push the pad against the disc thus applying brakes. the pins over time will stick due to rust or dirt and debris. the whole brake assembly is easily removed. remove it, and check pins to make sure they are free. pad should not be welded or glued in at all. it should have a metal spacer behind it that the pins push against. pad should come right out and it can be purchased at any mower parts dealer.

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Larry Hardesty

07-19-2012 07:24:38
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 Re: brake pad in reply to bdunegan, 07-19-2012 07:14:29  
I will take it off and take it to a local lawn and garden shop. Thanks much.

Bookman



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ken combs

07-19-2012 12:35:10
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 Re: brake pad in reply to Larry Hardesty, 07-19-2012 07:24:38  
Lining material is available from mcmastercarr.com. You can select the thickness you need, shape to fit and apply using the adhesive of your choice. I like 5 min epoxy, others use contact cement.



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rustyj14

07-20-2012 18:34:33
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 Re: brake pad in reply to ken combs, 07-19-2012 12:35:10  
Warning: If that brake has the rectangular fiber brake pad, and two little pins, DO NOT GLUE IT TOGETHER!! It will not work! RJ. SHEESH!



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Larry Hardesty

07-20-2012 20:52:06
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 Re: brake pad in reply to rustyj14, 07-20-2012 18:34:33  
"Warning: If that brake has the rectangular fiber brake pad, and two little pins, DO NOT GLUE IT TOGETHER!! It will not work! RJ. SHEESH!"

RJ, Nope, nothing like that. Just two metal brake pucks (one on each side of the about 2.75 inch diameter disc.

Larry



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