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Crawlers, Dozers, Loaders & Backhoes Discussion Forum

michigan clark BL 700 brakes

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tim hillman

08-04-2013 17:23:29

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when I got this no braking system, no master cylinders, none of the parts to make brakes work are on hoe. it would be expensive to put this back to hydraulic assist. is there a master cylinder that has enough volume to make brakes work correctly??? we just use the backhoe on the farm. any suggestions thanks for your help in advance!!!

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08-06-2013 01:28:18

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 Re: michigan clark BL 700 brakes in reply to tim hillman, 08-04-2013 17:23:29  
If I remember correctly the 700 had hydraulic drum brakes,ideally if you could find a junked one to get the bits off as otherwise its going to be a bit of a cobble,you have probably looked already and had no luck,the next best is to find another make like a Case or a Deere thats been junked and have the cylinders and pedals from one of them,I think they will do volume wise,never was many of those hoes around my domain and I can't remember what the operators station was like,no doubt it will take a bit of cutting and welding but you should be able to get it to work,how good the brakes will be is another question.


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