I've recently aquired a model B Allis but the brakes are in poor shape. I was wondering if it is possible to replace the springs and linings on the existing brake bands or do I need to completely replace the bands? Greatful for any help.
Re: Model B brake bands in reply to Gerry Gorman, 05-29-2002 13:01:14
you can buy brake linings and rivit set and do your own. I bought a set in e-bay for $25.00 , the set said they were made overseas, like Pakistan or India. You can also probalby get from several suppliers that post on this page. If you get complete with the steel backers they are much more expensive.
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