Which series D17? I think series one brakes were like the WD45- easy to replace bands. Series three had drum/disc combo, and requires pulling the axle to replace. Maybe you can adjust yours enough to work properly, without having to replace parts.
Re: Re: Re: Forgot to check in reply to Don Holden, 06-11-2002 11:23:46
Had this happen several times to the 45 I used to use on the farm where I worked as a kid. Had enough power you never noticed the brakes were on, till the smoke started. We always just took up the brakes if they needed it, once in a while replaceing them. Once a brake drum "blew up" Don't remember if it had to do with the brakes being on at the time, but probably being heated super hot a few times didn't help too much.
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Two rear tires and spin out rims. 16.9x28 on there now. Help me out. I dont mind going with a different size but stay kind of close. Please contact me asap.
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