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Case SC brake lining

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Ray A. Idaho

04-08-2006 00:04:20

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Does anyone know of a source for the disc type brake linings or lined plates for a 1942 Case SC tractor?
Thanks: Ray

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Walt Davies

04-08-2006 12:34:05

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 Re: Case SC brake lining in reply to Ray A. Idaho, 04-08-2006 00:04:20  
I got mine at the local Case-IH dealer. Hang on to your wallet they are expensive something like $80. They are easy to put on with the rivets that you get with them. Don't worry about being perfect as they don't go 90 MPH. Walt

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Eric Rylander

04-08-2006 06:04:06

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 Re: Case SC brake lining in reply to Ray A. Idaho, 04-08-2006 00:04:20  
Mine were re lined in Ceramic. I shouldn"t have any brake fade even after doing laps on a road course! Now if someone only had the hydraulic elbow and parts I need!

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John Saeli

04-08-2006 05:37:44

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 Re: Case SC brake lining in reply to Ray A. Idaho, 04-08-2006 00:04:20  
Case did still offer the linings.

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04-08-2006 03:43:43

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 Re: Case SC brake lining in reply to Ray A. Idaho, 04-08-2006 00:04:20  
If you have the old plates, take them to your local clutch lining shop they can install new linings. These are the same linings as some clutches (I believe the early Chevy II). I hope this helps.

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