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Brake adjustment

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Don

10-13-2001 10:59:47




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I'm new to the tractor world so some of my questions may sound very dumb to many so please be patient with me. I just bought an Allis CA with a woods belly mower (saw it on this site). It's a nice old tractor, runs and looks good, but very poor braking. If I really push I can get the tractor to slow down. I'm sure they just need adjusting. Can anyone tell me how to adjust the brakes? Also what is the proper point gap. Thanks, Don

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Mary Jane Restly

06-15-2003 09:55:56




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 Re: Brake adjustment in reply to Don, 10-13-2001 10:59:47  
Can anyone tell me how to adjust the brakes on a 1980 345B Hi-Lift? It seems like they just need adjusted. please email me if anyone knows. I see someone wrote about a C , is it the same? thanks



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Chris

10-13-2001 14:14:28




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 Re: Brake adjustment in reply to Don, 10-13-2001 10:59:47  
Don, Get a manual for it . That will tell you not only the specs but the procedure as well. Welcome to tractoring!



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MR.Allis

10-13-2001 19:04:01




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 Re: Re: Brake adjustment in reply to Chris, 10-13-2001 14:14:28  
Those CA's are fun, easy to work on. On the brakes you can adjust them very easy. You know where the two hole are in the platform and turn the screws that are connected to the brakes. You can do that with a flat screw driver without removing the platfrom.

You might want to put new brakes on it.

Get a manual



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steve

10-13-2001 20:55:28




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 Re: Re: Re: Brake adjustment in reply to MR.Allis, 10-13-2001 19:04:01  
If you push on the pedla and there is excess movelement then it need adjusted. If it bottoms out, just dont stop, then they are oil soaked or wornout. like the guys recommended, follow the brake rod back to the rear axle housing. where it connects to an actuator rod you will see an adjustement screw with a big slotted head. turn in clockwise and check pedal movement.



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Don

10-19-2001 15:44:17




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Brake adjustment in reply to steve, 10-13-2001 20:55:28  
The brakes adjusted great! Thanks for the advice.
Don



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