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AC 7000 brakes

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08-12-2002 20:06:41




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I have a 7000(maroon belly) When I push brake pedals either one they lock the tires up. Can not come to a slow stop they lock up right away. I have cleaned the rust and dirt out of the steel balls. that helped for alittle while. What else can I do? Thanks for any help.




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oly

08-22-2002 20:02:29




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 Re: AC 7000 brakes in reply to AC man, 08-12-2002 20:06:41  
I have the same problem on our 220, thanks for the info. I will check it out. Our 220 spends most of it's life in the shed, we use it maybe 2 weeks per year. The AC 220 is a honey, love to drive it(a real power house and handles great) and so does my 5yr old grand son, he sits on my lap as we cruise around the farm. I guess we will have to drive it around more. thanks again Oly



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08-13-2002 10:15:07




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 Re: AC 7000 brakes in reply to AC man, 08-12-2002 20:06:41  
I have the same tractor and have the same problem. Also had the problem with the xt190. Replacing the plates and balls will help but is expensive. I've resigned myself to cleaning and oiling the system once a year. If used frequently I seem to have less problems that when it sits for a month or so.
Val



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