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 07-25-2000, 17:12 Post: 18262
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 JD650 Frozen right rear wheel

My JD 650 has been running great... still does but only 3 of the four wheels move! It worked normally the last use. Parked it in the garage (as you can now tell its pampered) no problems or indications of anything abnormal. It has been sitting about three weeks. Now when I went to drive it the right rear wheel is frozen. I tried rocking it driving in 1st and reverse. Then I put that side up on the floor jack and tried to rock it by hand, it will move a quarter of an inch back and forth and "feels" like it might be "hung up" inside the gearbox??? It is an 86' mfwd, let me know if you have any ideas. Thanks






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 07-27-2000, 21:35 Post: 18310
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Matt, check the brakes! I had the same problem with my Ford 1700. The cam that spreds the brakes shoes was rusted and when I applied the right brake real hard it had stuck, however the brake pedal returned all the way back up but the brake rewmained locked, removed the cover,which the brakes shoes are attached to. cleaned the cam and very lightly oiled it. Solved the problem






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