Re: Brake for 20-35 in reply to Phil Johnson, Alberta, Canada, 06-20-2002 07:43:44
Phil, let me know if you don't get the dimensions, or the parts. I think that I could do either, for you, except that I'm in Arizona right now, and my tractor and parts are in S. Dak. I should be back in 2 or 3 weeks, if your patient. Let me know.
Re: Re: Brake for 20-35 in reply to Ken Williams, 06-20-2002 11:13:11
Thanks for the reply. I would be interested in the brake drum(s) and band(s) if you have them. If not then the measurements would do. I assume the original drums were cast iron, but I would probably machine replacements from steel, though the friction value is not as good. I can wait a few weeks to hear from you.
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