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IH 460 brake pedal bolt

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06-19-2001 09:05:47

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The Brake pedal bolt that attaches the pedal(right ) to the brake drum broke on my IH 460. Can you weld the threaded portion of the bolt to the remaining portion? Does anyone know if they sell these bolts seperately or do you have to order the whole brake assembly? Thanks, Mark

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06-19-2001 14:40:00

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 Re: IH 460 brake pedal bolt in reply to Mark, 06-19-2001 09:05:47  
Still available from dealer. Threaded on one end, clevis on the other. It's a little fuzzy now, but I believe I was quoted around $13 ea. I bought the whole actuator from a salvage yard and the actuating rod was attached (mine was badly pitted). Be happy you don't need to buy the actuator new at $175 ea. I do think you can repair it, make sure to weld as close to the clevis as possible.

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06-19-2001 11:41:37

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 Re: IH 460 brake pedal bolt in reply to Mark, 06-19-2001 09:05:47  
I forget what the 460 rod looks like, but if its like the 240, with an open clevis at one end of a threaded rod, I've patched together several over the years. Get a hardened bolt with the same threads (find one with as much thread as possible) and figure where to make your cut for welding the two together. Use the broken rod against the broken yoke to figure where to cut and splice, remembering you need enough threads for proper brake adjustment. Taper grind the ends and start welding. I suspect you can still get the bolt from Case/IH. One of the 460 guys on here can help with that info.

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