Of the brake pad. You might be able to retrofit go kart brakes on it. Is it a flat disc? Or a wide drum? Flat discs use a domino shaped brake pad on both sides of the disc. Very common and any small engine shop could find one if you show the what you need.
A drum is a different animal. JD used a band which is also used on gokarts. You could try and make a pad from an old car tire. You just don't want metal grinding metal.
Yours sounds like a 90 degree arc touching a drum. Not sure without pictures.
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