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6176A Bendix Brake Actuator 1956 to 1964

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John Saeli

05-11-2013 09:48:18




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As is becomming more common w/ CASE, the Bendix Brake Actuator halves used on the 200B thru 630, are no longer furnished. Bendix Corp. hasn"t been of help. Anybody have any info? Were they CASE only? Any other source?




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Day Light Trucking

05-14-2013 09:56:06




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 Re: 6176A Bendix Brake Actuator 1956 to 1964 in reply to John Saeli, 05-11-2013 09:48:18  
Just Change them over to Disc-band like the Late Models ! the early one Would Not Stop Going UP HILL !we used to leave our 611B in reverse ,or it would roll away from under the barn cleaner.



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BarryfromIA

05-12-2013 03:56:33




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 Re: 6176A Bendix Brake Actuator 1956 to 1964 in reply to John Saeli, 05-11-2013 09:48:18  
A company named Ausco made tractor brake assemblies for tractors. They were an advertiser in Implement and Tractor magazines.



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oldmisterbill

05-12-2013 02:34:47




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 Re: 6176A Bendix Brake Actuator 1956 to 1964 in reply to John Saeli, 05-11-2013 09:48:18  
John Would you be saying a 200 thru 630 - including the 300 series all use the same acruator discs?



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John Saeli

05-12-2013 12:56:53




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 Re: 6176A Bendix Brake Actuator 1956 to 1964 in reply to oldmisterbill, 05-12-2013 02:34:47  
I think they are the same, but the part number changes @ 1960. All use the same associated parts.



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