Posted by Jack Moore on August 12, 2012 at 17:16:38 from (220.127.116.11):
The tractor has been parked in the corner of my hangar and hasn't been started for six or eight years. I had to pull it forward a bit over the weekend to get access to some shelves behind. I hooked up my ute (pickup) and wondered why it was so hard to move. Discovered the right-hand back wheel had locked up, and am almost certain it is the brake? They were both working well and very even last time it was driven, but now the right pedal is higher than the left. Could it be anything else other than the brake. If it's the brake, what's the likely problem and how do you get at it? I plan to start a complete rebuild within a year or two and had planned to drive it to my home workshop (8 miles) for that. Will need to free up the brake before then.
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