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Re: Brakes on 41 B

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James Howell

03-24-2013 16:30:06

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Checked the SERVICE MANUAL ON THE JOHN DEERE B TRACTOR SM2004 on page 150-5-2 under the INSPECTION AND REPAIR heading.

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The service manual recommends installing new rivets cold.

Checked on page 80 of the parts catalog PC0330 - B 60000.

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Notice the rivet head is inside the drum securing the inner dust guard.

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Hope this helps.

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03-24-2013 17:41:23

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 Re: Brakes on 41 B in reply to James Howell, 03-24-2013 16:30:06  
Big help, it has been many years ago that dad had new brake drums put on. so I can get the drum off while on tractor then take assembly off so new rivets are put through from inside. Dad passed away last month at age 92 and I want to keep the tractor in good repair.I"m not on to posting pictures yet but will try sometime.

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Mike M

03-26-2013 08:10:02

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 Re: Brakes on 41 B in reply to FrankM, 03-24-2013 17:41:23  
If they are not too loose yet sometimes just tightening them up some more helps. Take the brakes apart so it looks like in James picture. I set them up on a THICK steel plate on the floor and take a large long rod for a punch and a BIG hammer and tighten them.

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03-27-2013 14:45:45

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 Re: Brakes on 41 B in reply to Mike M, 03-26-2013 08:10:02  
While I have it apart will just put in new ones. not sure how this happened. Are they special rivets from JD? Thanks everyone for the help.

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