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Case 430 Parking Brake

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Paul L

03-22-2006 06:45:45




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Hey,

On the case 430, the brake pedal is cogged. If you are to push it down there's a little lever you can engage that holds the break down. My brakes don't puch down very far, and therefore don't lock up and can't get it to park. What's up with my brakes. They could be worn and tightned up the best they could, because they do lock up the wheels, but that's only after engaging it about 1". Thanks. Paul

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Leeinmass

03-22-2006 08:15:55




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 Re: Case 430 Parking Brake in reply to Paul L, 03-22-2006 06:45:45  
I've got a Case 431L with the same parking brake. I've found that if I stand on the brake pedal, preferably on the right side where the ratchet is located, I can exert enough pressure to lock up the brakes. It's that last notch that's critical. Tractor even stalls if I forget to remove brake.



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Paul L

03-22-2006 08:38:15




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 Re: Case 430 Parking Brake in reply to Leeinmass, 03-22-2006 08:15:55  
Mine won't even get to the first notch let alone the last. Paul



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leeinmass

03-22-2006 09:02:41




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 Re: Case 430 Parking Brake in reply to Paul L, 03-22-2006 08:38:15  
According to the service manual, the brake pedal free travel should be 1 1/4- 1 3/4 inches. Maybe yours are too tight. The brake pivot connects to an adjustable threaded rod immediately below the pedal which actuates the brakes. Maybe try adjusting those rods for more freeplay.
Lee



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Paul L

03-22-2006 09:39:55




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 Re: Case 430 Parking Brake in reply to leeinmass, 03-22-2006 09:02:41  
Thanks, will look at that next time out at the shed. Can't wait to see the ground dry up a bit to get it out. Paul



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Barney#2

03-25-2006 11:29:40




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 Re: Case 430 Parking Brake in reply to Paul L, 03-22-2006 09:39:55  
Paul I also have a case 430 but no parking brakes I have the piece attached to the foot pattle nothing else what parts are missing I have a manual but does not show any barking brake and I would like one Have a good day my tractor is in the shed with approx, 36"of snow in front of it looking for spring



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