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Brake pedals for a WD45

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bob in KY

02-02-2004 18:54:01




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I am looking for locking brake pedals for a WD45. I have a young boy (15) who will be driving my tractor occasionally and he cannot get his foot on both pedals at the same time. Both of our old WD45's that we had on the farm had a bar that locked the two pedals together. If anyone has these pedals, I would be most interested in purchasing them. I talked to a bone yard the other day and he had never heard of them. Any help would be appreciated.

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Ron

02-04-2004 06:08:02




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 Re: Brake pedals for a WD45 in reply to bob in KY, 02-02-2004 18:54:01  
Farmalls had the bar to lock the break petals together, and they were a bad idea...!!!

The AC system depends on proper adjustment of the brakes... When braking, you can shift brake pressure from on, to the other with a slight rock of your foot.. At 15, he should be big enough to reach the pedals...I know I was at least by age 10... Maybe you need to adjust the brakes..



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Tom

02-03-2004 03:21:14




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 Re: Brake pedals for a WD45 in reply to bob in KY, 02-02-2004 18:54:01  
Bob, The pedals did not come from the factory with the locking bar you are speaking of. If the gap between the right and left pedal has increased because of wear during the years, you can have it drilled out and a bushing put in; or some times you can shim up the shaft with washers to remove the gap, or lastly, you can heat the right pedal with a torch and gently bend it towards the left pedal to close the gap. Tom

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