Has anyone ever added hydraulic brakes to a wagon? I was thinking of a setup that runs off a hydraulic remote like a lot of the manure tankers use. I found hydraulic disc brake kits on the net. I would just need to find one that matches my spindle, and fab up a caliper mount on the frame.. How do the manure tankers control the brake pressure??? Ideas??
Re: Adding hydraulic brakes to wagon in reply to Formerly PaMike, 09-08-2012 18:46:33
Most larger wagons use a Master Cylinder mounted in the wagon Tongue that is activated by pressure on the hitch via the Lead vehicle slowing down.. Usually brakes are installed only on the Rear wheels..
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