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AC WD Parking brake

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Dave Pauly

12-19-2010 12:17:08

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Are there any good fixes for the parking brake on a WD. I haven't studied it close, but I'm guessing they never worked well enough to trust 'em

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Ralph WD45

12-19-2010 21:51:07

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 Re: AC WD Parking brake in reply to Dave Pauly, 12-19-2010 12:17:08  
As has already been said, your brake adjustment must be good, however with the normal creep we get with a disengaged hand clutch,It is imperative for the parking brake to work! Unless,of course, you want to take it out of gear every time you wish to dismount!

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Aaron SEIA

12-19-2010 13:32:24

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 Re: AC WD Parking brake in reply to Dave Pauly, 12-19-2010 12:17:08  
I trust mine. If the brakes are tight to start with, the park brake will hold.


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Brian G. NY

12-19-2010 14:17:14

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 Re: AC WD Parking brake in reply to Aaron SEIA, 12-19-2010 13:32:24  
If your brakes are adjusted properly, they work fine.
Brake adjustment too loose and you can"t set them hard enuf to hold.
Brake adjustment too tight and the cam will not drop sufficiently to hold and may "pop" off.

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