I have a Super C that has a problem with the left brake locking up after it is applied. The only way to free it up is to back up. I have replaced the balls between the plates and it has not helped. I also read that increasing the free play will solve the problem - tried it - didnt work. Any ideas would be appreciated! Thank you.
Re: Super C brakes in reply to Ron, 04-16-2001 18:10:42
Ron how many ball bearings go in on each side of the disk brakes on the super C. I read 6 in the parts manual and that's what I ordered from my IH dealer. Now I'm not sure if it's a total of 6 or is it 6 per side. Appreciate a reply.
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