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Wheel Horse Brake Band Linings.

 

These linings are made from strips of friction material which is metal-free and asbestos-free. 

 

They are ready to apply using an adhesive such as regular clear GE silicone adhesive, or GOOP contact cement.

 

Allow 24 hours to dry if using silicone.


This new version fits both the #9593, and #7376 brake band, as well as the #109371 band found on the newer dual action brakes. 

 

Each package comes with installation instructions.

 

Brake Linings $20.00 pus $4.00 S&H (U.S. ONLY).  Pay via PayPal.

 

Click the link below to order.

 

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CLICK HERE TO ORDER

 

PLEASE DO NOT POST COMMENTS, OR ASK QUESTIONS ON THIS THREAD.

IF YOU HAVE QUESTIONS OR COMMENTS, SEND THEM VIA PM.

 

THANKS!

 

 

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WHdbJD

Just ordered one for my Raider 10!

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rnsdoughty

Hi Bob: I decided that I could clean all the oil off my break band and lining; so I tried.  I soaked it in acetone and then scrubbed until the oil was gone.  What I found was that the break lining has worn down so that what I have left is a lining core with bits of metal showing and it is rather slick.  The lining that is on the break band is 10.5 inches by 1.5 inches by about .25 inches.  It is not glued to the band.  Instead it has two holes in the lining that are used for metal studs that hold it in place.

 

How much would the new lining cost?  And what type of glue do you use for securing the new lining in place?  Also, do you tear off the old worn liner or glue the new liner to it?

 

Rod

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rmaynard

The linings were glued to the metal band when new. Many come loose or come off. The two rivets don't hold the lining in place, they only connect the L-shaped bracket to the band. Remove all of the old lining, sand off any residue and rust, then glue a new lining in place with silicone adhesive or other glue such as Goop. Instructions are included with each lining. Pricing and ordering details are found on my vendor page.

 

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rnsdoughty

Thanks Bob:   I just placed my order.

 

Rod

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WHdbJD

Received my brake lining today, Thanks for the prompt shipment!

I've got some construction adhesive, brand name Liquid Nails.  I think

this will work to glue it to the bracket.

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Sea-Duck51

Just ordered one for my D160 off EBay,can you recommend a type/brand or style of adhesive to attach to band?,thx.

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rmaynard

You can use any glue that remains flexible. I use regular clear silicone adhesive/caulk or Goop. Just be sure that both surfaces are clean before applying the adhesive.

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Sea-Duck51

Thanks for the info,can't wait to stop again when I say whoa...lol
 

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ihsig@sbcglobal.net

Will #9593 fit on my 308-8 model number 2108k801?  It looks identical to what was on there?

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rmaynard

Yes, your 308-8 uses the 9593 band, and this will fit.

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rmaynard

Some changes have been made to the brake band lining. To simplify things, there is now ONE lining that fits both the #9593 and #109371 brake bands. The new lining does not have holes, but now has recesses that fit over the heads of the rivets on the #9593 bands. To use it on the 300/400/520 tractors, just ignore the recesses.

 

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The prices is still the same.

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ihsig@sbcglobal.net

Just ordered...thank you!

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MacGarage

Will this fit okay on a 1968 Raider 10?

 

Is Gorilla glue okay?

 

Thanks!

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rmaynard

Yes it will fit. I've never used Gorilla glue, so I can't answer that question. 

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MacGarage

Thanks...ordered from eBay.

 

When I clicked on your website, I received a Malware warning.

 

 

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rmaynard

Thanks for that info. I will look into the "malware" issue immediately.

Thanks for the eBay order. It will be mailed tomorrow morning.

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pen414

Received one of these from you last week for my 414-8, and it is working great. 

 

Used brake cleaner to prep and had a tube of the Permatex Motoseal Ultimate gasket maker open and used that as the adhesive and seems to have worked well.

 

Thank you!

 

 

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JC 1965

I recently ordered one of these brake linings from bob and it works great also. Bob is a great guy to deal with.  (  Thanks Bob  )    :thumbs2:

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rmaynard

Thanks for the kind words. I just received a large supply of brake material on Friday (5/19) so I will have enough for the big show and then some. If you are coming to the big show this year, be sure to buy your raffle and door prize tickets as I am donating several brake linings to be used as door prizes.

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hcminis

Bob, please contact me regarding a brake band for a 701.

 

317-491-3106

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rmaynard

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Phil902

I Installed the brake lining per your instruction, worked like a charm.

 

One tip I'd like to pass along....when I got the lining, I put it in place on the brake band dry, no glue, and used 5 wire ties spread out from one end to the other to hold it in place.

It conformed tightly to the band. I left it there for 3 days until I picked up the Permatex. When I took off the wire ties, It stayed in the same position. I applied the RTV to the band, put the lining back in place,

and clamped it with as many spring clamps as I could fit. The pre-forming made it a piece of cake to put on.

 

Thanks for the quick delivery and excellent instructions.

 

 

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rmaynard

Thanks for the tip. Everyone has their own way of installing the lining, and as I have said, what ever works for you is good for me.

As shown in the instructions, you can use a bunch of rubber bands if you are not fortunate enough to have clamps. 

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ebinmaine

Anything specific to know for installation on a 74/75 B80?

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