Posted by J. Schwiebert on December 25, 2012 at 10:26:05 from (188.8.131.52):
In Reply to: brake bands posted by young tractor on December 25, 2012 at 09:26:19:
Back in the day when linings like that were being installed the dealers had a machine that would drill the hole and countersink the lining. You clamped the lining on the band with a couple pair of Vise grips. You started in the middle and worked toward the ends. FYI for you and I have not done a set in probably 40 years, but not all those bands were alike and in those days there were 2 different lining packages, A one piece woven lining and a 3 piece moulded set and all three pieces were not the same. You do need to countersink them. Oliver used to furnish a set of instructions in each box of linings. I don't know if I have a copy anymore or not. More questions?
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