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Case DO Brake pedal return spring

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isaacjr75

02-05-2020 07:39:47




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Is there a return spring on these? The one we are working on has a spring that loops through a bolt hole and then to the arm of the pedal. Though functional, it doesn't look original. Anyone have pictures or diagrams of how this should be? Would the brakes being rebuilt to original specs negate the need for a return spring like this?

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RonSa

02-06-2020 13:37:15




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 Re: Case DO Brake pedal return spring in reply to isaacjr75, 02-05-2020 07:39:47  

Here are pics of the later D series brake pedals and mounting hardware. I can't find a pic of the footrest plates showing any attachments. The springs and their rear mountings are under the foot plates. I can't answer you base question about how the rear of the spring attaches. Maybe someone else can help using these pics.

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Don Rudolph

02-06-2020 07:12:30




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 Re: Case DO Brake pedal return spring in reply to isaacjr75, 02-05-2020 07:39:47  
What year is your DO? The late models have a different design than the one Ron posted. That is what my DO has. Sorry for the delay in getting a picture of it posted. Don



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RonSa

02-06-2020 05:54:00




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 Re: Case DO Brake pedal return spring in reply to isaacjr75, 02-05-2020 07:39:47  

Here are details of the older D series brakes from my parts manual. If you need pics of the later D series brakes let me know. Hope this helps.



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isaacjr75

02-05-2020 08:12:16




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 Re: Case DO Brake pedal return spring in reply to isaacjr75, 02-05-2020 07:39:47  
Please do!

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Don Rudolph

02-05-2020 08:04:44




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 Re: Case DO Brake pedal return spring in reply to isaacjr75, 02-05-2020 07:39:47  
Sounds exactly like original and it is necessary. I can post a picture if you need one. Don



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