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Allis D19 Brakes

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Wally Finn

08-08-2007 20:40:41




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What causes brakes to lock up? Both sides started doing this at the same time. Backing up releases, then under forward motion one or the other locks again. Never both at the same time.




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Iowa Bob

08-09-2007 16:45:45




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 Re: Allis D19 Brakes in reply to Wally Finn, 08-08-2007 20:40:41  
My D19 was doing the same thing 6 years ago. We took booth Brakes apart and put all new in both side's. Ball's everything. 4 years later it startis again on the right side. I assumed it was from lack of use. So I bought a can of brake cleaner and squirted it in the hole on the housing in front where the spring hook's on. That seemed to help for a while, then if we would get real damp weather it would start again, more spray.
Finally we took the brake apart and it was just built up with dirt and rust. We cleaned everyting and it has worked like it should for the past two month's. Next time I will take it apart and see what the problem is.

Thanks Bob

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Wally Finn

08-09-2007 20:20:32




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 Re: Allis D19 Brakes in reply to Iowa Bob, 08-09-2007 16:45:45  
Thanks for the informative reply. Brakes on this tractor were relined about two years ago. All worked fine until recent damp weather when problem started. Ill try your remedy and this winter take apart and check shim tolerance as per specs. Later......



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larry b

08-09-2007 07:20:19




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 Re: Allis D19 Brakes in reply to Wally Finn, 08-08-2007 20:40:41  
sounds like the brakes are dirty and need to take apart and clean the rollerballs .



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John (MO)

08-09-2007 05:37:54




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 Re: Allis D19 Brakes in reply to Wally Finn, 08-08-2007 20:40:41  
Sounds like a problem with your balls... You know the ones.
Are they worn and not staying in their places?



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