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Re: Lawn Tractor Brakes

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Larry Hardesty

07-19-2012 13:52:06

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Well, I think the brake parts are attached this time.

Larry Hardesty

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07-20-2012 05:54:33

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 old stuff in reply to Larry Hardesty, 07-19-2012 13:52:06  
I have never seen brakes like that. The pads look ok. 1/4" thick should be a good thickness. I would check the cam that squeezes the brake pads together. It might be worn. Does the lever go forward further or is it stopped by the plywood? The plate with two 1/4" bolts doesn't look original to me but I could be wrong.

There are a few posters that will know what that is. If they don't respond in a few days, you might consider top posting so they see the pics.

Good luck with it.

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Larry Hardesty

07-20-2012 11:28:00

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 Re: old stuff in reply to rrobert, 07-20-2012 05:54:33  
Robert, I went to a local lawn and garden shop today. The owner recognized the priniciple behind the brake but said it was not exactly like he had seen before.

I will change it to some type of go cart brake to be safe.



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