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heysavoy

https://vimeo.com/user167505007/review/680209151/31e34aa31f

 

I own a 1990 Wheel Horse Classic Model #31-12KE01. While removing the rear tire I noticed what I've posted in this video link. I assume that's my brake wheel (product name is problem wrong ūüėĄ). ¬†Does it look normal as it appears loose to me? The only brake issues though I've had is the tractor rolls when on an incline which I thought was a parking brake problem. So looking for some thoughts.

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lynnmor

Your video didn't work.

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953 nut
8 minutes ago, heysavoy said:

I've posted in this video link.

Post your video on Youtube and then attach the link or just post a photo.

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heysavoy
13 hours ago, lynnmor said:

Your video didn't work.

 

Does this work? https://vimeo.com/680209151

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heysavoy
13 hours ago, 953 nut said:

Post your video on Youtube and then attach the link or just post a photo.

https://vimeo.com/680209151  Does this work? Thanks for responding. 

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lynnmor

Now the video works.

 

Download the owners manual and adjust the brake correctly.  Of course the brake lining around the drum needs to be in good condition, broken and missing lining can cause an issue like that.  It is normal for those parts to appear to be a loose and sloppy assembly.

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rmaynard

The video does not show the actual brake band. No way to tell if the lining is worn. The adjustment is simple if you follow the instructions in the manual. However, adjustments always assume that you have a good lining inside of your brake band. Unless there is something wrong in the linkage, or the band itself is damaged, you can re-line it with one of my linings, sold here. 

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