Quoting Removed, click Modern View to seeWell.... That's not entirely true. It is a unique part that few people whom have M's have installed anymore so it is sorta rare. If you want to keep them the best way to get the discs relined is take them to a big truck shop. They usually have a place they send their brake shoes to reline them. In fact when we had to rebuild the PTO on our 450 that's how we fixed the clutch bands. It was way cheaper to have a company reline them than buy new units from Case/IH so relining generally isn't too bad as far as cost goes.
Now in the youtube video they do say some parts are available through Case. Not sure being I have never worked on a set of those. Now if something else is messed up IE the rollers or the pockets of the rollers or the backing plate or something then you have a task at hand. Yeah, you can easily swap a drum assembly onto your tractor so that's also an option. The only problem is most just about any assembly you pull off a junked tractor will probiably also be plum worn out.
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