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Larry

03-04-2002 22:24:03




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I've got a little D14...just put new brakes on it and adjusted the travel, etc. What I'm running into is that when you set them...like when you get off to open a gate, the locking mechanism kicks loose and lets the tractor roll. Anyone have a similiar problem? I may have the travel set too close, so the eccentric locking device isn't dropping far enough....what I'm wondering...is this....is there a simple fix to this? I've got about 1.5 to 2 inches of travel right now....I thought about taking a grinder and reshaping the lock, but wondered if anyone else had had the same trouble?

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Denny

03-05-2002 08:39:41




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 Re: D14 Brakes in reply to Larry, 03-04-2002 22:24:03  
I sure wouldn't take a grinder to the eccentric. I'd adjust the linkage so that the eccentric can get into position and hold. Did you do the brakes yourself or have a mechanic do it? Send me an email because this job is facing me on my D14.



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Doug IA

03-09-2002 08:49:21




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 Re: Re: D14 Brakes in reply to Denny, 03-05-2002 08:39:41  
You've got it figured out Larry. You've just got the adjust set up too tight. You should have at least 2" of travel. Denny is right; don't grind the lock cam. The pedals are so close, only the corner of it is getting in. Once there is enough pedal travel , the face of it will get in there and work fine. I made this same mistake on a Wd once.



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