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massey ferguson rear brakes sticking

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myers81877
Join Date: Jul 2014
Posts: 2 Mechanicsville, md
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2014-07-01          190609


What can I check without sliting the rear case on my 2000 massey ferguson 1233 when the rear brakes are sticking?
They are not sticking all the time just sometimes, when they are not stuck theres no brakes?

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kthompson
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2014-07-09          190671


I think your tractor has wet brakes, meaning the brakes are running in the hyd oil system. If so them sticking I would think would be the linkage outside the rear end. Begin by checking that linkage for heavy rust or bends or some foreign material such as a piece of limb even.
Check the hyd oil level. One other thing, does your brakes had a lever to lock them engaged? Look and be sure it is not getting locked. Could be issue with that also.


But you either have stuck brakes or no breaks? That seems rather odd to me. What kind of transmission do you have, manual or hydro-stat? If hydro-stat often you don't use brakes as much and might be easier to miss them going bad or how they really are working. Does this happen with both brakes or just one side? Are the brakes locked so both work together? Normally a flip lever on the pedals. kt

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