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PostSubject: separate brake/clutch   separate brake/clutch Icon_minitimeSun Mar 31, 2013 11:33 am

how would i run a separate brake instead of the brake u get when u use the clutch... i don't know need help.... i'm still working on my mower so i don't think i'm breaking the rules of not having brakes... lemme know watcha got (pics if possible) ty
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PostSubject: Re: separate brake/clutch   separate brake/clutch Icon_minitimeSun Mar 31, 2013 11:54 am

Dont worry, I havent had brakes for a while now.

I see you already removed your deck adjustment lever, so that pretty much leaves out handbrake. You can try making another foot pedal on the right, but that complicate things if you plan on using a gas pedal.

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PostSubject: Re: separate brake/clutch   separate brake/clutch Icon_minitimeSun Mar 31, 2013 12:03 pm

Im running a clutch on the left and a brake pedal on the right cause the brake caliper is on the right of my transaxle so I don't have problems, and as Doug said u really couldn't do that if u want a gas pedal
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PostSubject: Re: separate brake/clutch   separate brake/clutch Icon_minitimeSun Mar 31, 2013 12:25 pm

@Marines2621 wrote:
Im running a clutch on the left and a brake pedal on the right cause the brake caliper is on the right of my transaxle so I don't have problems, and as Doug said u really couldn't do that if u want a gas pedal

You could, but but would be tricky.

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PostSubject: Re: separate brake/clutch   separate brake/clutch Icon_minitimeSun Mar 31, 2013 1:29 pm

Well I actually still have the deck lower upper thing
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