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    Spindle Pulley Brake Pads

    I just noticed that my blades don't stop spinning right away when I disengage the blades on my d105 42" deck. I've found the parts but not sure what needs to come apart in what order to install the pads.

    I haven't found any guidance searching YouTube or the forum, does anyone know what steps need to be taken to replace the pads? Or is there some resource out there that someone can direct me to?

    Thanks...

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    This guy JUST posted a video on how to repair that exact problem.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RmoKoC7ArlQ
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    Here is the part... Note, the brake pad is different depending on serial number.
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    2012 2720 -- 200CX Loader -- 54" Quick Attach Snow Blower -- Frontier LR5060 Rake -- Land Pride RB1660 Blade (Hydraulic Angle) -- Artillian 42" Forks -- Ken's Bolt on Grab Hooks -- Fit Rite Hydraulic top-link -- 2013 X500 for mowing duties

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    Quote Originally Posted by jgayman View Post
    This guy JUST posted a video on how to repair that exact problem.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RmoKoC7ArlQ
    I saw that, love his channel. But he doesn't actually show how to replace them.

    Yeah, I got the part number and the local JD dealer has them in stock. Just need to find some instructions before tearing into that and creating a boondogle...
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    Quote Originally Posted by ghutch View Post
    I saw that, love his channel. But he doesn't actually show how to replace them.

    Yeah, I got the part number and the local JD dealer has them in stock. Just need to find some instructions before tearing into that and creating a boondogle...
    The brake shoe bracket appears to be held in place by a single bolt (#16).

    I've never seen one myself but it seems like you would remove nut #18. Unhook spring #14. Remove bolt #16, washer #15, washer #10, spring #14. Remove brake bracket #17. Reassemble in reverse order.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jgayman View Post
    The brake shoe bracket appears to be held in place by a single bolt (#16).

    I've never seen one myself but it seems like you would remove nut #18. Unhook spring #14. Remove bolt #16, washer #15, washer #10, spring #14. Remove brake bracket #17. Reassemble in reverse order.
    I may end up just trying it this way. Thanks jgayman...
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