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Rear Wheel locked up ? Need some help.

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PostPosted: Wed Dec 26, 2018 11:38 am    Post subject: Rear Wheel locked up ? Need some help. Reply to specific post Reply with quote

CaseIH 504 Problems. Right rear wheel locks up. It's done it a few times and I don't know why? So here I am. It hasn't locked up while moving. My brakes are bad/weak, I've adjusted them both, but they seem to be out of adjustment again. I replaced one of the brake disk on the right side a few years back. I figure I have two issues, brakes and possibly something bouncing around inside the differential. I've been reading the forums and see that there are several things that can go wrong. My plan is to start with the brakes. Then move onto and into the rear differential next. One more thing: it seems to be shifting fine, although the last time the rear wheel locked up it was hard to shift. And yes, I did force the wheel to move and I hope to God that I didn't do any real damage. It would be nice to have some links to go to for help and advice would be great. Thank You
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