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G706 brake discs

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08-05-2019 09:40:50

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I took apart my brakes they were seized got em working lot of meat left on discs I cleaned everything up with wire brush they dont work that good have to stand on brakes to get any stopping power.

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Curt Cooke

08-05-2019 13:40:55

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 Re: G706 brake discs in reply to Plowhand, 08-05-2019 09:40:50  
Couple things. If you want them to work like they were new, have all the braking surfaces re-surfaced at a machine shop. It's the same as having a flywheel re-surfaced. The other thing is that disks have a tendency to become oil soaked. If that's the case, you can gain some ground by teasing them with a torch to flash off the oil and grease.

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08-05-2019 10:09:57

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 Re: G706 brake discs in reply to Plowhand, 08-05-2019 09:40:50  
Actuators working right?

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08-05-2019 10:38:05

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 Re: G706 brake discs in reply to molinegb, 08-05-2019 10:09:57  
As far as I know I set the brakes up there is resistance there I have discs in right position.zIs there a way to put the actuators in backwards?

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08-06-2019 07:43:58

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 Re: G706 brake discs in reply to Plowhand, 08-05-2019 10:38:05  
Wouldn't set up if actuators or discs worn out. Are the steel ball good?

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