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TD7E Brake Job

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dcornettjr    0

I have the Tank pulled and the rear main cover cleaned off. Any helpful hints on doing a brake job (I know it can not be any think like my tuck :) )

TD7E - 4410020 U010270

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dcornettjr    0

post-42653-0-84151600-1331263119_thumb.jI finialy got to the brake pads. When I got to the case the pad actualy came off the brake.

(see the picture)

Couple of questions:

1) What can I use to clean the case out with (some "stuff" has fallen inside the caseing) ?

2) I did not find all of the pad. Could this casue an issue ? where could it have gone ?

3) Where can I get a tranmission pump for my TD7E (serial number above) ?

I have a feeling that the pump is now shot. I will be taking it off this week end

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Iron&Dirt    0

Dont know if you have the strainer under your right but that is were your brake pads are. Might not need a pump. Newer models have the pads bolted on.

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Rawleigh99    0

I find that a shopvac is great for getting out the small stuff that falls behind other parts. Stick a smaller hose that fits your needs into the big hose and used a wadded up rag wrapped around the end of the big hose as a "throttle" to control how much and when suction is applied to the smaller hose.

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dcornettjr    0

These lines are from under the floor plates

Steering hoses (sorry not the official names). As you can see a bit dirty (and I did not have a pressure cleaner (yet)

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dcornettjr    0

Cleaned the hoses and cover the best I could. Taking the cover off was a challenge. The bolts to the front were a bear to get to. And with out the pressure sprayer, neeedless to say, that is where the stuff kept falling down inside teh casing.

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J Cook    0

Where are you geting your pads and shoes from? Was your disk's damaged? Thanks Jon

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Struckzb    0

Looks good DennisC. How many threads were exposed on the adjuster? Mine has 4 or so still so I'm hoping I can put it off till the end of summer.

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ldarsow    0

Dennis, thanks for the pictures. Do you have any pictures of the inside area? Any will help me in the future. I am also wondering how many threads were showing on your adjuster bolts. Thanks again.

Red Wannabe

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dcornettjr    0

I had originally cleaned the suction strainer last year. I will do so again when I finish (thanks for reminding me Dirt&Iron

I got my replacements form Broken Tractor.

Threads is what got it I think. Read on the forum that Rocko suggested to ont got past 2 or 3 threads, after I had already gotten the dozer (lession learned).

Left side 1 to 3 threads, Right side 5 or so (can't realy tell, but it is more then 3). Pads look as if they are barley worn.

Wonder if I can get them relined...

1st - How the pad looked when I took the cover off

2nd - What is this big gear called ?

3rd - Alinement points

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dcornettjr    0

Next I have to clean the inside, still want to check the pump.

I pulled the real pan, had to use the ATV to pull it out, once I empted out, i could easly turn it over. Going to pull the front pan next. it is packed around the oil pan. Then it will get a good pressure bath before I put it back together.

Running out of time, spring is coming fast here in Ohio

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dcornettjr    0

The manual said I should beable to roll he pump easly, after the rebuild. I can, but I have to grab it with a pair of plyers. Hope that sounds right. Going to clean the case on Wed and then start putting the, brakes back in and then button it up. I sure there will be more pictures to follow. :)

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ldarsow    0

Dennis, what pieces did you replace in the pump?

Red Wannabe

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