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kent sparrow

06-14-2001 06:05:18

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could someone please tell me briefly what is involved in putting new brake linings into an allis model ca row crop tractor (1952)? Is it a major teardown or can they be put in somehow without having to dismantel the entire side bell? thanks for your help, Kent

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06-14-2001 07:36:41

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 Re: allis ca- brake questions in reply to kent sparrow, 06-14-2001 06:05:18  
Thanks for the help!!

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Dale E.

06-15-2001 16:41:46

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 Re: Re: allis ca- brake questions in reply to kent, 06-14-2001 07:36:41  
Kent, If it is all oily inside , might as well pull the final drive an replace those seals before putting on new brake bands.

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Dick L

06-14-2001 07:19:14

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 Re: allis ca- brake questions in reply to kent sparrow, 06-14-2001 06:05:18  
You will need to take the cover off, fenders and fender rails as well. disamble all the brake linkage. Remove the springs. remove the hair pin retainer clips on the inside. Pull the two pins out of the casting on each side.
Rotate the bands through the top of the casting. They come out easer if you jack up the rear tire and turn it by hand to help rotate the bands out

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Dave Grubb

06-14-2001 07:11:05

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 Re: allis ca- brake questions in reply to kent sparrow, 06-14-2001 06:05:18  
According to the IT shop manual it is done without removing the final drive unless you drop some centering washers down into the final drive. It reads as though it is a fair amount of work. Remove everything above the brake band access area. The brakes are adjustable, maybe this is all that is needed. You probably should get a manual before you try this I think.

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