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Thanks for asking. The B-80 is no different than any other :wh: tractor with a #9593 brake band. Remove the band, remove old lining, clean the inside of the band, glue the lining to it (I prefer clear silicone adhesive), let it dry.

 

Instructions are included with the lining. 

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5 minutes ago, rmaynard said:

Thanks for asking. The B-80 is no different than any other :wh: tractor with a #9593 brake band. Remove the band, remove old lining, clean the inside of the band, glue the lining to it (I prefer clear silicone adhesive), let it dry.

 

Instructions are included with the lining. 

OK thanks Bob.

I ordered a lining via paypal this morning... looking forward to proper brakes. I have a VERY heavy tractor with 4 liquid filled tires and a 1/2 ton of logs behind it on occasion.

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Got the order. Will ship today. 

Thanks!

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My band just fell off while snowplowing... It definitely needs re-shoeing so I'll be ordering one sometime in the near future... the reviews sound great!

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do you have the linins for the d 200 turning brakes if so call me at 609 577 2532 thank you

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Sorry, I don't have those.

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i think some one told me that you have the gasket for d200  hydrostat case when you split it apart if so let me know please thank you

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Sorry, you were told incorrectly. I do not have that item.

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Hey Bob, are these still available? Do you also sell the pads for the PTO brakes?

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Brake linings are available. See my vendor page. I don't sell pads for PTO brakes, but I can include a small piece of lining with your order for you to "play" with.

 

 

 

 

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