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47 WC with foot and hand breaks

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06-04-2017 11:37:36

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My WC has foot brakes and hand brakes but I though the foot brakes only came on the wds and it also dosent have a belt wheel I thought the wcs came with that too why would it have foot brakes and why wouldnt it have a belt wheel

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06-04-2017 11:47:25

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 Re: 47 WC with foot and hand breaks in reply to 47WC, 06-04-2017 11:37:36  
Foot brakes would either be home made, or an after-market product...not factory. Belt pulley may have been a factory option, or a delete item, or might simply have disappeared over time. They are easy to find, maybe for $30-50. If you find one, it must be indexed to the correct set screw hole to attain proper gear lash. The holes are staggered a bit, not in a concentric circle. Proper gear lash is a movement of 1/4 inch of the face of the pulley.

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06-04-2017 11:45:08

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 Re: 47 WC with foot and hand breaks in reply to 47WC, 06-04-2017 11:37:36  
Any "WC" with foot/hand brakes was converted to that after the tractor was built, never from the Factory. There was a couple of companies that made those foot brake kits. Belt pulley??? was an option on both WC and WD, not standard equipment. Some had it.....some did not.

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