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Brake

BRAKE HOUSING PLATE

A-2211-AR rear brake housing plate assembly has been obsoleted. This plate was used on the early Model A cars on which the emergency brake was located at the left side of the car. If, after present stocks are exhausted, you receive calls for this part, supply A-2211-CR rear brake housing plate assembly. In replacing the …

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RELEASING EMERGENCY BRAKE LEVER

Sometimes owners experience difficulty in releasing the emergency brake lever after the emergency brake has been tightly applied. This is caused by failure to first pull the lever back slightly before pressing down on the release button.

REAR BRAKE HOUSING PLATE

For some time all trucks have been equipped with a new design rear brake housing plate. The new housing plate is provided with a protective shield that lessens any possibility of water or dirt getting into the brakes. The new housing plate and brake shield assembly AA-2211-B can be installed on all trucks having the …

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New Solid Brake Cross Shaft

New Solid Brake Cross Shaft A new service brake cross shaft assembly has been designed and is now standard on all cars and trucks. The new shaft replaces the old style cross shaft and equalizer assembly, as the old assembly is obsolete and will not be carried for service. The new shaft is unusually efficient, …

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Brake Pedal to Cross Shaft Rod

((582)) Should a squeak develop due to the brake equalizer beam levers coming in contact with the stops in the rear face of the center cross member, it can be easily overcome by installing the present-design brake pedal to cross shaft rod. This rod being slightly longer than the old-style rod prevents the brake equalizer …

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Nonadjustable Type Brake Rods

((523)) Brake rods have been redesigned making them into a solid nonadjustable type. The rods now have a single eye forged on each end in- stead of having an adjustable clevis at one end. This arrangement assures a fixed length rod and simplifies brake adjustments. It also eliminates the use of stops in the back …

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Emergency Brake

((529)) The new emergency brake provides a separate and distinct emergency or parking brake system. It consists of two internal expanding brakes on the rear wheels operated by a hand lever and entirely independent of the four wheel service brakes. (See Fig. 529.) To accommodate two sets of internal brakes on the rear wheels a …

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