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How do i adjust the brakes

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Minne mo mick

09-21-2018 14:32:35




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How do i adjust the brakes on my Minne mo rtu..




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thethresherman

09-21-2018 19:00:04




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 Re: How do i adjust the brakes in reply to Minne mo mick, 09-21-2018 14:32:35  

Loosen jam nut then adjust other nut until you have 2" of free travel at peddle. Make sure peddles are free and not locked. Pictured is left. Right is same.



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Grandpa love

09-22-2018 19:56:17




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 Re: How do i adjust the brakes in reply to thethresherman, 09-21-2018 19:00:04  
Hey I'm Minnie mo Mick's dad, I adjusted the brakes some today. They push down about an inch and a half. They don't stop great, but are better. Should I adjust some more? Manual says about 2 inches of pedal.



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thethresherman

09-23-2018 19:58:41




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 Re: How do i adjust the brakes in reply to Grandpa love, 09-22-2018 19:56:17  
R brakes are not very good even when new. They probably have oil on them from leaky axle seals. Be careful stopping.



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Minne mo mick

09-22-2018 07:35:44




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 Re: How do i adjust the brakes in reply to thethresherman, 09-21-2018 19:00:04  
Thank you for helping me with the brake issue. I need to get them fixed for a hay ride for my churchs tractor show and fall festival and maybe even a tractor ride..



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