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Re: H brake overhaul

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11-13-2001 21:09:06

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If I understand you correctly, you are talking about the brake band lever. That should pull out by hand. It rides in a blind hole. You might try some PB Blaster, Kroil or the like. Let it sit a while. Then, put some Vise Grips on it and try to twist it out. If that doesn't work try heading the casting around it with a oxy/ace torch.

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11-13-2001 22:11:18

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 Re: Re: H brake overhaul in reply to Clem, 11-13-2001 21:09:06  
Thanks, yes you got the picture, thats as I thought but this thing is super stuck couldn't budge it with the arm that hooks up to the brake pedal. Guess i'll try some different solvent as you suggest. Any other tips to preclude this from happening again.

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11-14-2001 06:45:34

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 Re: Re: Re: H brake overhaul in reply to Curt, 11-13-2001 22:11:18  
Curt once I get one of those stubborn ones out, I turn them on the grind stone to smooth out the rough spots. I makes sure it works freely in the casting hole before re-assembling the brake band. Water has gotten in there somewhere along the line.

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