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WD Left Brake Pedal Goes To Far Back

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KCTractors

09-11-2013 18:37:29




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Customer bought in a WD needed left brakes replaced and the left pedal goes to far back so that you can't get your foot on the pedal. I replaced the brake pads on left side and everything is right on the brake assembly, but when I hooked up the pedal and spring for the pedal. it still moves to far back. What should I be looking for.




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stu (ON)

09-15-2013 13:16:59




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 Re: WD Left Brake Pedal Goes To Far Back in reply to KCTractors, 09-11-2013 18:37:29  
third party image

Looks like it changed at Tractor #24801



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Michael V (NM)

09-14-2013 11:13:45




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 Re: WD Left Brake Pedal Goes To Far Back in reply to KCTractors, 09-11-2013 18:37:29  
the early WD's had a peg that screwed in the trans housing to keep the inside brake from falling to the rear, I got one that this Is broke off and left petal falls back farther than the right, this was changed with later WD's with a toe plate that extended over the frame rail to keep the pedals even



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KCTractors

09-15-2013 08:45:28




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 Re: WD Left Brake Pedal Goes To Far Back in reply to Michael V (NM), 09-14-2013 11:13:45  
Thanks, I bet you are right about the peg being broken off. I just bolted a piece of flat iron on top of the frame to keep the pedal from coming back to far. The customer picked the tractor up already so I can not go look. I do know that it was an early Wd.



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bg/mo

09-13-2013 18:50:09




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 Re: WD Left Brake Pedal Goes To Far Back in reply to KCTractors, 09-11-2013 18:37:29  
if its a wd the foot plate supports both pedals not just one sounds like somebody cut something off



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JMS/.MN

09-11-2013 20:03:50




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 Re: WD Left Brake Pedal Goes To Far Back in reply to KCTractors, 09-11-2013 18:37:29  
By too far back, do you mean to the rear of the tractor? Foot rest plate missing? Brake pedals should back up to it.



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KCTractors

09-12-2013 19:17:24




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 Re: WD Left Brake Pedal Goes To Far Back in reply to JMS/.MN, 09-11-2013 20:03:50  
Right pedal only has the foot plate, no room for a foot plate for left pedal.



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JMS/.MN

09-12-2013 21:36:22




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 Re: WD Left Brake Pedal Goes To Far Back in reply to KCTractors, 09-12-2013 19:17:24  
Both WD brakes are on the right side, share a common foot plate. What model do you have? Pics?



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KCTractors

09-13-2013 17:59:32




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 Re: WD Left Brake Pedal Goes To Far Back in reply to JMS/.MN, 09-12-2013 21:36:22  
Tractor went back home today, but I put another plate on for the left brake to come against. Worked good. The left pedal is on the inside of the frame and right pedal is on the outside of the frame with the foot-rest.



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