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A-C 7060 Rear Brake

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Garland Dukes

08-22-2007 10:11:00

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This is a 1980 7060. The right brake quit working all of a sudden. I wondered what this could be, beginning with the most simple. Any suggestions would be appreciated.

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cadet trooper

08-22-2007 15:40:20

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 Re: A-C 7060 Rear Brake in reply to Garland Dukes, 08-22-2007 10:11:00  
There are a lot of simple things it could be and as I"ve said before I have been away from it too long but I or we need to know some details such as has the rearend maintenance been performed? Like changing the rearend oil and filter somewhere close to schedule because I"m sure everyone will agree the number one cause of most rearend and hydraulic problems is dirt or foreign materials. As you may or may not know the 7060 like its brothers have wet brakes built in the planetary final drives and are pretty durable but they are controlled by a cylinder in the axle assembly and could also have developed a seal leak in that cylinder or it just could be a valve problem the service fellars know that better than me how the circuit works. Sometimes in modern technology some simple problems become very technical and expensive. Good Luck CT

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