Emergency brake picture

Discussion in '1947-1954' started by Flashlight, Oct 14, 2011.

  1. Flashlight

    Flashlight Member

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    Would anyone mind posting a pic of the Emergency brake set-up from the cabin side and the underside setup also. I only have a Shop Manual for a 47' and they still had Floor lever.:confused:

    My 53' has a 62' open shaft rearend. I have gotten everything restored up to the pedal from the rear. I must be missing some pieces because I can't figure out how to mate the two ends. I can see the pedal to floor mounts need some welding to fix rot-out.

    "Am I smarter then a 5 year old" Don't answer that Zig!!:p

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  2. Larrys 48

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    Drum or driveline?

    Flashlight - please clarify which type e-brake you have. The Shop Manual describes both.
     

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  3. Flashlight

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    Thanks Larry,

    I have the pedal type, looks like I need a clevis to the pedal. I am not sure how the spring, draft seal and a leather piece go together, in what sequence. Is the spring under the pedal release bar?

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  4. DeadZoneTruckin

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    In addition to the exploded view..... we are stocked up on all the parts pictured also.



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  5. Flashlight

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    Thanks Dead Zone!! A Picture is so explanitive.

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  7. Flashlight

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    Thanks, I have a 47 Shop manual, it helps with most everything....as you know the floor lever was changed to pedal type in 48'. The pics wouldn't come up. Appreciate your imput.

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