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T. Sherman

01-05-2012 15:40:24

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I have a 170 allis and need to work on the brakes. Years ago I had a problem and worked on one side. If I remember correctly they use a band brake and a set of disks. Where can I find the parts as I don't want to tie up my shop trying to find them after I tear it down?

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Eldon (WA)

01-06-2012 07:48:17

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 Re: 170 brakes in reply to T. Sherman, 01-05-2012 15:40:24  
If you have the time go with these guys. They have a better quality lining....something that is nice when you have to go to all the work to change out the brakes on these tractors. It will probably take a couple of weeks turnaround.


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T. Sherman

01-05-2012 15:49:08

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 Re: 170 brakes in reply to T. Sherman, 01-05-2012 15:40:24  
Maybe I should tell you I live in Eastern WV about 100 miles from Washington DC. and deal a lot in Pa.

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01-05-2012 16:26:13

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 Re: 170 brakes in reply to T. Sherman, 01-05-2012 15:49:08  
Try Googling Sandy Lake Equipment. They are a lonc time AC dealer, in Western PA, and generally have my parts to me, in 2 of 3 days, REGULAR shipping. I am IN AA county, MD, about the same distance from them as you prolly are. Brenda in parts knows her stuff!

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T Sherman

01-05-2012 18:32:56

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 Re: 170 brakes in reply to DiyDave, 01-05-2012 16:26:13  
Thanks for info. I really like the 170. It's a shame Allis couldn't keep up. I now own mostly green modern tractors and haven't kept up with AC. I checked on ebay and found brake linings but would rather buy from a dealer.I also found that A&I have those parts also and my Deere dealer is a rep for them, they are owned by Deere. I have a G allis that I want to fully restore. I think I bought parts for it from michigan. I have 20 or more antique Deeres in various repairs, from fully restored to parts tractors. Thanks again

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01-06-2012 04:27:02

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 Re: 170 brakes in reply to T Sherman, 01-05-2012 18:32:56  
Sandy lake also can get A&I parts, don't know about what you are looking for, in parts, I am no 170 expert, but on my d-10 spindle, that I broke again, this spring, A&I was about $ 100 less than the Agco part. I really have no loyalty to anything but price, on a working tractor! Also didn't know that mother deere owned A&I, I guess I learn a little something, every day!

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