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da 6265 bleeding brakes

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09-20-2015 15:49:31

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da 6265 with hydraulic brakes and mech parking brake. i replaced brake resorvoir. pedals are to floor. there are two master cylinders interconnected. itt manual says to breed master first and gives order. how do i know if master is good if it does not move brake fluid thru it to brake cylinder. ie is it air or bad master cylinder ? also if any problems with brake cylinder i assume take off brake drum and see if leaks at brake cylinder and verify that it expands. what is purpose of crossover left to right ? is it to balance or help if one master goes bad ?

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10-02-2015 09:07:57

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 Re: da 6265 bleeding brakes in reply to jim_uny, 09-20-2015 15:49:31  
rops tractors are vario cabs as listed on agcopartsbook.com. talked with former deutz dealer who had bulletin on 62 series brake oh. it showed schematic where two input holes are located. (17 OR 18) or 20 mm.
stamped on outside of master. removed plunger and could see welding cleaning rod thru. one hole to lub rubber and one to provide dot 4 br fluid. works aok now. put in oh kit just to be safe as well with new boots. verified brake cyl were not leaking as well.

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