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  1. #21
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    Default running this 933F

    hey guys

    the loader is running great i been working it some clearing some woods for a fence line

    it has alot of grease fittings i gave greased them all except the ring of 6 or so in the floorplate

    also the right side brake is not working very well unless under load the left side works good but the brake pedal is almost on the floor

    i was wondering if there is any adjustment and where is it ?

    thanks for any help

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    Quote Originally Posted by CHARLESCAT933F View Post
    hey guys

    the loader is running great i been working it some clearing some woods for a fence line

    it has alot of grease fittings i gave greased them all except the ring of 6 or so in the floorplate

    also the right side brake is not working very well unless under load the left side works good but the brake pedal is almost on the floor

    i was wondering if there is any adjustment and where is it ?

    thanks for any help
    Hey Chas,

    My guess is going to be you have band brakes. Open the rear compartment and see if you have two squarish lookin' covers to the right and left. If so, pull the cap screws and take the covers off. You'll see the bands, linkage and a big adjuster nut at the top. Sometimes the plates at the bottom rear that hold the ends of the bands work loose. If you're lucky, you can just tighten the bolts to make them fast again.

    The bands can be relined if there's no meat left. To do so, you'll need to remove the larger plates the little square one is bolted to. Just be careful not to drop parts down the clutch well if you don't want to go fishin'.

    Chip
    Last edited by Chip S; 05-15-2014 at 11:06 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chip S View Post
    Hey Chas,

    My guess is going to be you have band brakes. Open the rear compartment and see if you have two squarish lookin' covers to the right and left. If so, pull the cap screws and take the covers off. You'll see the bands, linkage and a big adjuster nut at the top. Sometimes the plates at the bottom rear that hold the ends of the bands work loose. If you're lucky, you can just tighten the bolts to make them fast again.

    The bands can be relined if there's no meat left. To do so, you'll need to remove the larger plates the little square one is bolted to. Just be careful not to drop parts down the clutch well if you don't want to go fishin'.

    Chip
    hey thx Chip
    ill check them asap
    yes i think they are band brakes i dont have a manual yet and have been looking for one, i think ill need a service manual as the age of this machine
    ill be doing some work to it .in the future

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    Default brake bands adjustment

    ok guys

    im going to try to adjust the brakes on this machine
    will i need to pull the floor plates
    or can i just go in from the back and remove the cover plats from under there

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    Here is the brake adjustment procedure....

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    If memory serves me correctly youll have to remove the floor plates and your adjusters are under two covers in front of the seat hopefully they just need adjusted because they are not the funest machine to remove and install brake bands on. Jason

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    Quote Originally Posted by Old Magnet View Post
    Here is the brake adjustment procedure....
    thank you! thats just what i needed
    im slightly covered up its hay season here in the south
    ill try to get on it this week and make it happen
    thanks for your help oldmagnet

  8. #28
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    well nothing to report so far but the weekend is coming up fast
    i have all the floor plates out
    also found alot of grease fitting under there
    i have the linkage off and cleaned up but also threaded it about an inch and a half
    since it was completely out of adjustment
    i dont know if thats all ill need to do yet ,once i have the cover off ill see whats going on
    with the band adjustment
    im hoping its just streched some since thats the side the e brake lock is on .
    The other side has about a half an inch on the linkage for adjustment
    ill have some more in a few days

    im also in the market for a ROPS if any one has an extra or plans/print to build one lots of trees in my woods lol
    Last edited by CHARLESCAT933F; 05-29-2014 at 06:57 PM.

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    You haven't got to the brake band adjustment yet. It's under the covers. Your just changing the pedal linkage up top.

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    Default hey

    yeah i know im kinda worried about it ,i been working some crazy hours this week and last week
    ill have some time off this weekend ,got some bush hoggin to do friday morning
    and some other tractor work
    hopefully ill be able to get to it Saturday ,there is only one lock nut there inside the cover to tighten the band correct?
    i have been reading every brake adjustment thread i can find .
    i seen one where a guy had the same machine as i have ,he ordered new bands took the old ones off and measured them
    there was only a 1/32 difference between original and new bands thickness .im hoping in my case that it goes like that
    i dont mind adjusting things to make it work the way it should
    thoes cover plates are way down there i might have to end up removing the belly pan
    im not really wanting to .

    also it looks like they had a factory canopy or ROPS on this machine at one time there are holes in the fuel tank top on both sides that are threaded
    to bolt a plate down .thats all i see tho .i could fab one up ill need some pipe what do u thing wall thickness on that should be ?

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