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I posted a topic about my brakes not working on my 226 and had some great responses on how to adjust them. However, I came home from work and took a look and I found the problem. I am completely missing the Brake pedal linkage rod, the brake rod adjusting clevis and the guide!

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I can make up these parts if some one can help me out with some dimensions on some of the parts and answer a few questions (pictures would also help)

Length x Width x Thickness of guide plate? Location of holes on guide? How does the guide stay on the welded pins?

Length of Brake Pedal Linkage Rod. Diameter of rod?

Thanks for any help!
 

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This is why we have a Tech Library on this forum. The CORRECT Parts Manual will show you exactly which parts you are missing. Get the serial and model number of your tractor and then go to the Parts Manual/Onan Powered tractors section and find the manual for your tractor. Study the brake linkage section and list all of the part numbers you need.

Then, you could place a Wanted to Buy ad on our Bulletin Board that lists those part numbers along with the description or you could watch e-bay because tractors get parted out all the time and these parts rarely bring much money. Trying to make all that stuff is just too much work, in my opinion.
 

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I did some research and found a few parts that might work if some people can chime in and help me out.

I can get a brake rod off of a '87 444 (part #C31993) I need for my '87 226 (part #C31992). What is the difference? I take it one is just longer than the other. If so which one is longer? I could order the longer one and just cut it down.

I can get a brake pivot plate off of a '82 224 (part #C23883) I need for my '87 224 (part #C31994). The parts look identical atleast on the parts manual. Is there a difference if so how much? I could always modify the one to make it fit.
 

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The brake rod 3/8 thread on one end about 2 inches other end 1 inch bend out with cotter hole this make finish rod 15 3/4 long I would start out with 3/8 x 17" rod. Thread end clevis fitted. Info off 1990 4016 and 1980 448 both rods go through right step. I don't have any ideal if work on 1987 224 if long frame I'd guess would. Put clevis on brake and see if 15 3/4 overall length looks right having clevis give threads NF or NC.

C31992 is for short frame so if have short frame total length rod would be 2 inches shorter 13 3/4 finish length.

C31993 long frame 15 3/4 length
 

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burrhoes said:
The part manual I need has no link to it? My luck its the only one that doesnt :mad:

226 PIN 14048500 and after
446 PIN 14041700 and after
448 PIN 14044240 and after
Manual 8-2753
We are still looking for a nice clean copy of that manual to scan but so far, no luck. However, Eastman has that manual.

http://www.eastmanind.com/LinkClick.asp ... &tabid=196

Just so you know, Case and Ingersoll changed up part numbers every time they sourced a part from a different supplier. In other words, just because the part number is different, the actual part may be the same. Brian Hildreth is able to advise on this, if you wish to contact him. I suggest that you consult the correct manual to make sure the part numbers you have are actually correct. The brake system did change a few times over the years.
 

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burrhoes said:
The part manual I need has no link to it? My luck its the only one that doesnt :mad:

226 PIN 14048500 and after
446 PIN 14041700 and after
448 PIN 14044240 and after
Manual 8-2753
Contact Joes Outdoor Power on Ebay. I would be willing to bet he has boxes of them in stock.
 
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