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1086 delayed brakes

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fixerupper

06-11-2018 21:06:58




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When I step on the brakes on the 1086 there is a one or two second delay before pressure builds up in the pedal and the brakes start working. It has done this for awhile, at least a couple years. Last fall this tractor spent 100 hours mainly sitting still doing auger duty and when harvest was over the brakes were magically working fine again. Before it went on the auger the brakes were delayed. The brake wear light has been on for a couple of years and the sensors have been readjusted once already so before winter came I threw new brake disks in it. Since I put the new brakes in it’s back to pausing a couple seconds, maybe a little less before the brakes build up and take hold. I did put new Orings on the brake pistons. Its kind of unnerving driving close up to something and not having brakes right away. I did bleed the brakes after I got it back together, but maybe there is still air in the brakes? What can cause this? Jim

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ihtimmy

06-11-2018 22:36:01




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 Re: 1086 delayed brakes in reply to fixerupper, 06-11-2018 21:06:58  
Check and see if you got air in the brakes if you do orings bad then check your brake pedals I have found pins rusted up and pedals are not coming back all the way that will cause it when I bleed brakes I hold pedals down let it shot out for about 4to5 seconds that make sure that all the air is out



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ihtimmy

06-11-2018 22:29:56




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 Re: 1086 delayed brakes in reply to fixerupper, 06-11-2018 21:06:58  
Check and see if you got air in the brakes if you do orings bad then check your brake pedals I have found pins rusted up and pedals are not coming back all the way that will cause it when I bleed brakes shot out for about 4to5 seconds that make sure that all the air is out



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