Installing new brakes. With brake shoes off, left brake pedal shaft under tractor not spinning easy, needs grease. Loosened nut on brake arm but cant slide arm off shaft. Its a little loose but not coming off. Any tricks? That shaft should push through to other side correct? Was hoping to clean grease reinstall.
Re: Old 4000 left brake cross shaft in reply to makoman, 04-20-2016 19:22:11
I just had the same problem, I removed the right side and left side rods and had to drive the cross shaft out with a brass drift and a BFH . BE SURE the cross shaft is NOT mushroomed on the end your driving on. If it is rotate it and grind off the mushroomed end. It worked for me !! 505-620-3040 Jim in N.M.
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