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49G Brockway tractor in 4th gear is a tad too fast.

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05-08-2010 16:50:40

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Went for a ride yesterday and realized it would be a good idea to check / adjust if possible / the brakes.

Anyone know if there is a similar tractor which may have a manual available ?

Not likely I'd find anything specific to the Brockway.

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Tractor Mechanic

05-10-2010 17:51:52

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 So Run It In 3rd Gear!!!. in reply to sarg, 05-08-2010 16:50:40  

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doug in illinois

05-11-2010 17:50:40

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 Re: So Run It In 3rd Gear!!!. in reply to Tractor Mechanic, 05-10-2010 17:51:52  
Guess he has no sense of adventure! Get to explore the bottom of the ditch or the neighbors field if the brakes fail.

Just having fun with this post, but on a dead serious note I would be in BIG trouble if I ever had to stop my F20 in a hurry. Behlen road gear will run out at 29 MPH, GPS verified. Hand brakes. ENUF said. DOUG

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05-08-2010 21:39:30

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 Re: 49G Brockway tractor in 4th gear is a tad too fast. in reply to sarg, 05-08-2010 16:50:40  
Well, maybe, maybe not...
The Sept 2009 newsletter of the Minnesota Valley Antq Farm Power & Machinery club, Montevideo, Minn, had a thumbnail history of the Brockway by...Al Brockway.
Their website is, and they have a contact button; maybe Al might have some helpful literature or information.
Just out of curiosity, does your unit have the Chrysler Cptn engine, the Herc or the Cont??

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05-10-2010 04:38:26

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 Re: 49G Brockway tractor in 4th gear is a tad too fast. in reply to noncompos, 05-08-2010 21:39:30  
I've sent an inquiry to HeritageHill as you suggest.

The tractor that Dad left behind has the Continental engine.

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