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Bwing96
Join Date: Jun 2009
Posts: 16 United States
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2009-06-30          163751


Is there any way to adjust the parking brake ? It holds a little but not real good. Gator is also kind of hard to push,I can hear a moaning type of squeak in the right rear wheel when trying to push it. Seems like the brake maybe dragging.

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gatoraider
Join Date: Nov 2008
Posts: 540 Maryland
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2009-07-01          163753


You need to get yourself a John Deere HPX Tech Manual. There is an adjustment on the emergency brake and it is a disc set up in the right rear. It has probably been on and has worn the pad out. ....

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Bwing96
Join Date: Jun 2009
Posts: 16 United States
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2009-07-01          163763


Yeah I do cause now I got a new belt and can't get it on either. The old one was so worn out I just lifted it off the pulley's. The parking brake pads are worn pretty good. ....

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