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770 bleeding brakes?

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05-19-2020 12:30:45

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I just put two new rubber brake lines on and can not get a pedal. Pumped brakes, had tractor running a few spurts????? Powershift trans. Do I need to press clutch in? Idle higher? Is there another bleeder somewhere other than on the piston? thanks!


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05-21-2020 13:13:45

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 Re: 770 bleeding brakes? in reply to midalake, 05-19-2020 12:30:45  
Hytran ultra would be my choice and a quart with quite a bit left over.

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05-21-2020 13:19:06

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 Re: 770 bleeding brakes? in reply to mEl, 05-21-2020 13:13:45  
THANKS mEl!!! I have some clean Hytran from a change out! Will do, thanks again!

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05-19-2020 16:14:00

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 Re: 770 bleeding brakes? in reply to midalake, 05-19-2020 12:30:45  
Is it a power brake tractor,if so just open the bleeders and let it sit there and run it will self bleed if everything is right, if standard brakes you will have to keep the master cylinders full and someone pumping the brakes and holding pedal down while you crack the bleeders.

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05-21-2020 11:10:27

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 Re: 770 bleeding brakes? in reply to mEl, 05-19-2020 16:14:00  
So it looks like I do have a master cylinder calls for a case fluid of Automatic trans type "A" fluid. Any preference and how much does it hold.

Thanks Dave

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