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PostSubject: Bandbrake Repair - Re-line   Bandbrake Repair - Re-line Icon_minitimeTue May 02, 2023 10:02 pm

#bandbrake

Brake material I have used on the now 4 times with 100% success:

McMaster-Carr (6175K811)
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Metal-Free Brake and Clutch Lining

I believe 1 foot is good, should give an inch or two extra to be cut off.

I used JBWeld with the red label, not the yellow.  It's supposed to be stronger and just basically glued it on while clamping it overnight.  The first one I did was nearly 6 years ago and is still holding like the day I put it on, stops great too!  The other 2 are just the same.  Heck, I did it with the brake shoes on my peerless 2300 and it works great too. 


Sears Suburban

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Craftsman GT6000/ Craftsman GT18 I did, pretty much the same as well:

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As I mentioned, I did some brake shoes with the same stuff with just as good results.

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PostSubject: Re: Bandbrake Repair - Re-line   Bandbrake Repair - Re-line Icon_minitimeWed May 03, 2023 5:37 pm

I should try and reline the pads on the 633 in the GT6k with this stuff. If ever I put that trans back together.

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PostSubject: Re: Bandbrake Repair - Re-line   Bandbrake Repair - Re-line Icon_minitimeSat May 13, 2023 5:37 pm

Good info.

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