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New Holland TD5050 Tractor brake problems

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Campin2nite
Join Date: Dec 2011
Posts: 4 mississippi
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2011-12-25          181751


has anyone had brake trouble with the brakes on the td5050? ours is 2009 model. when i put a foot on each of the brake pedals (steering the tractor with the brakes when the frontend is too light to steer) one of the pedals will go to the floor.

any help?

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New Holland TD5050 Tractor brake problems

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Art White
Join Date: Jan 2000
Posts: 6898 Waterville New York
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2011-12-26          181762



Is it always the same petal? ....

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New Holland TD5050 Tractor brake problems

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Campin2nite
Join Date: Dec 2011
Posts: 4 mississippi
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2011-12-26          181764


both sides will do it. say you put your foot on left brake first (and keep it pressed)then press other foot on other brake, the brake pressed FIRST always go to the floor when the second brake is applied, no matter which side you start with. ....

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