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Doug Shaw

12-02-2018 17:52:47




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WHERE CAN I GET THE SPRING LOADED BRAKE SETTER FOR MY 5600,WAS TOLD ITS NO LONGER AVAILABLE




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sotxbill

12-06-2018 19:17:49




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 Re: 5600 brakes in reply to Doug Shaw, 12-02-2018 17:52:47  

just occurred to me that there is the english version with the arm, and the american version with the tee handle. So which one??



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Doug Shaw

12-07-2018 19:06:36




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 Re: 5600 brakes in reply to sotxbill, 12-06-2018 19:17:49  
t handle



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Sean in PA

12-03-2018 17:46:11




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 Re: 5600 brakes in reply to Doug Shaw, 12-02-2018 17:52:47  
Here's a link to the parts diagram for the brakes for your tractor, including the parking brake parts. The entire parking brake setup is the parts labeled 39 through 45 in the drawing. Use the part descriptions and listing on the right side of the page to lookup the actual part numbers for the parts that you need. If they are still available then you should be able to get them from any New Holland dealer. If the parts you need are no longer available new from New Holland then you can search for the part number on tractor-part.com to see if any salvage yards might have them.

5600 brake parts diagram

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Sean in PA

12-02-2018 20:12:40




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 Re: 5600 brakes in reply to Doug Shaw, 12-02-2018 17:52:47  
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Check partspring.com. Messicks shows 3-5 or 5-7 business days availability on almost everything that they don't actually have in stock when a large number of those parts are not actually available. Or at least call Messicks before placing an order on line with them.

The parking brake assembly is multiple individual parts and I don't think that they are all available as a single kit or part number, and some of them may be available while others might not.

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Shaun Wallace

12-02-2018 19:11:09




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 Re: 5600 brakes in reply to Doug Shaw, 12-02-2018 17:52:47  
Messicks shows it avaible.



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Doug Shaw

12-03-2018 17:25:10




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 Re: 5600 brakes in reply to Shaun Wallace, 12-02-2018 19:11:09  
got a phone number?



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Bern

12-02-2018 18:18:08




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 Re: 5600 brakes in reply to Doug Shaw, 12-02-2018 17:52:47  
If it's no longer available from NH, then I'm sure it won't be hard to find in most any tractor wrecking yard that has Fords.



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Doug Shaw

12-03-2018 17:26:47




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 Re: 5600 brakes in reply to Bern, 12-02-2018 18:18:08  
Know of any ford junk yards?



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Destroked 450

12-02-2018 18:09:25




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 Re: 5600 brakes in reply to Doug Shaw, 12-02-2018 17:52:47  
Never heard of a spring loaded brake setter.

Are you talking about the parking brake lever and rod assembly?



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Doug Shaw

12-03-2018 17:28:11




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 Re: 5600 brakes in reply to Destroked 450, 12-02-2018 18:09:25  
yes



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