Category: Brake Pedal Extension

Hand Operated Brake Assembly For The International 186 Hydro.

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--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: Brake assembly designed for tractor operators who require a hand operated system. Custom modification for an International 186 Hydro. A frame designed to straddle the brake pedals made of steel plate is mounted to the tractor floor. Two hand levers run from console height down to the frame, where they are welded to a pipe which pivots around a bar supported in the frame. Two short plates or "ears" are welded to the pipe at about a 45 degree angle to the levers. Each ear in then connected to the respective pedal by a pair of steel plates which sandwich both the ear and the mounting plate bolted to the pedal. Free floating pins are used at each connection point. Brake pedals are depressed as levers are pressed back. The editor notes that provisions should be made to allow brake pedals to lock together, and also warns that this design will interfere with operating brakes by foot. SKILLS REQUIRED:Metalworking. Assembly. Welding. AUTHOR:Field, W.E. TITLE:Agricultural Tools, Machinery & Buildings for Farmers and Ranchers with Physical Handicaps, Volume 2. REF:Book: Breaking New Ground Resource Center, Purdue University, Dept. of Agricultural Engineering, West Lafayette, IN 47907; p B.2.9 1991.


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