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#1 Randy56 OFFLINE  

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Posted February 13, 2013 - 11:05 AM

I am having trouble finding a brake band for my chief 1000. It has a 4" drum and a model no. 53038. Can anyone help me or at least point me in the right direction? Will eventually need some other parts but right now I have no brakes. Thx for all your help. Randy

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Posted February 13, 2013 - 11:45 AM

I know I have seen threads on getting the new band material and bonding back to your metal, just not sure where at the moment.

 

 

Found this:

http://www.northernt...uct_21294_21294


Edited by KennyP, February 13, 2013 - 11:57 AM.
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Posted February 13, 2013 - 12:11 PM

Nice work Kenny. I was thinking the same thing. Many of the parts for old GTs are generic. I also check the surplus sites.


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Posted February 13, 2013 - 06:05 PM

Oops...didn't copy & paste quite right....Here is the website..http://www.mcmaster....-lining/=lgrwz3
From McMaster Carr................ Brake and Clutch Lining
         
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Low Friction
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Medium Friction
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High Friction
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Metal-Free
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High Strength
 

Also known as friction materials, these sheets and strips can be riveted or bonded.

 
  Max. Rubbing Speed Max. Operating
Temperature Max. Operating
Pressure Max. Coefficient
of Friction Low-Friction Sheets 4,500 ft./min. @ 600 psi 600° F 600 psi 0.14 Medium-Friction Sheets 5,000 ft./min. @ 500 psi 550° F 500 psi 0.35 High-Friction Sheets 5,000 ft./min. @ 500 psi 550° F 500 psi 0.55 Metal-Free Strips 4,000 ft./min. @ 250 psi 500° F 250 psi 0.47 High-Strength Strips 5,000 ft./min. @ 200 psi 500° F 200 psi 0.51
 
 
Molded Sheets
 
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Low Friction
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Medium Friction
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High Friction
 

Use low-friction sheets for a smooth stop. High-friction sheets provide immediate engagement.

 
7 1/2" × 7 1/2"
15" × 15"
30" × 30"
Thick.   Each   Each   Each
Low Friction
1/8" 3976K31 $24.86 3976K11 $52.70 3976K21 $175.07 3/16" 3976K32 20.73 3976K12 43.94 3976K22 145.98 1/4" 3976K33 27.50 3976K13 58.29 3976K23 193.67 5/16" 3976K34 28.73 3976K14 60.90 3976K24 202.31 3/8" 3976K35 30.61 3976K15 64.88 3976K25 215.55 1/2" 3976K36 33.49 3976K16 70.98 3976K26 235.83 5/8" 3976K37 43.06 3976K17 91.28 3976K27 303.24 3/4" 3976K38 45.33 3976K18 96.08 3976K28 319.19
Medium Friction
1/8" 6090K21 22.89 6090K11 48.53 6090K36 161.22 3/16" 6090K22 23.29 6090K12 49.36 6090K37 164.00 1/4" 6090K23 24.97 6090K13 52.93 6090K38 175.84 5/16" 6090K24 25.72 6090K14 54.53 6090K39 181.15 3/8" 6090K25 27.68 6090K15 58.67 6090K41 194.93 1/2" 6090K26 30.88 6090K16 65.47 6090K43 217.50 5/8" 6090K27 36.16 6090K17 76.64 6090K44 254.62 3/4" 6090K28 39.00 6090K18 82.68 6090K45 274.68 1" 6090K29 59.07 6090K19 125.22 6090K87 416.00
High Friction
1/8" 60895K11 29.20 60895K21 61.90 60895K71 205.65 3/16" 60895K12 30.92 60895K22 65.55 60895K72 217.76 1/4" 60895K13 32.29 60895K23 68.45 60895K73 227.42 5/16" 60895K14 33.91 60895K24 71.88 60895K74 238.80 3/8" 60895K15 35.94 60895K25 76.19 60895K75 253.11 1/2" 60895K16 42.15 60895K26 89.35 60895K76 296.85 5/8" 60895K17 48.85 60895K27 103.54 60895K77 343.98 3/4" 60895K18 51.24 60895K28 108.62 60895K78 360.87
 
 
Strips
 
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Metal-Free
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High Strength
 

Metal-free strips are also known as nonmetallic molded strips.High-strength strips, also known as semimetallic woven strips, have a brass wire woven into the material to increase strength and improve heat dissipation.

To Order: Please specify length: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 10, or 15 ft. High-strength strips are also available in 20 and 25-ft. lengths.

   
Metal-Free
High Strength
Thick. Wd.   Per Ft.   Per Ft. 3/16" 1" 6175K811 $3.20 6224K341 $3.90 3/16" 1 1/4" 6175K812 3.91 6224K342 4.19 3/16" 1 1/2" 6175K813 4.70 6224K343 5.39 3/16" 1 3/4" 6175K814 5.37 6224K344 5.68 3/16" 2" 6175K815 5.21 6224K345 6.51 3/16" 2 1/4" 6175K816 6.20 ______ __ 3/16" 2 1/2" 6175K817 6.20 6224K346 7.64 3/16" 2 3/4" 6175K818 7.37 ______ __ 3/16" 3" 6175K819 7.89 6224K347 9.36 3/16" 4" 6175K821 10.14 ______ __ 3/16" 5" 6175K822 12.46 ______ __ 3/16" 6" 6175K823 14.71 ______ __ 1/4" 1" 6175K824 3.97 6224K348 4.06 1/4" 1 1/4" 6175K825 4.66 6224K349 5.09 1/4" 1 1/2" 6175K826 5.37 6224K351 6.18 1/4" 1 3/4" 6175K827 6.17 6224K352 6.80 1/4" 2" 6175K828 6.89 6224K353 7.66 1/4" 2 1/4" 6175K829 7.54 6224K354 8.66 1/4" 2 1/2" 6175K831 8.29 6224K355 9.88 1/4" 2 3/4" ______ __ 6224K356 10.32 1/4" 3" 6175K832 9.74 6224K357 11.08 1/4" 3 1/2" 6175K833 11.17 6224K358 12.76 1/4" 4" 6175K834 12.57 6224K359 14.87 1/4" 5" 6175K835 15.54 6224K361 18.52 1/4" 6" 6175K836 18.37 ______ __ 5/16" 2" 6175K837 8.86 6224K362 9.36 5/16" 2 1/2" 6175K838 10.57 ______ __ 5/16" 3" 6175K839 12.29 6224K363 13.34 5/16" 4" 6175K841 15.80 ______ __ 3/8" 2" 6175K842 9.70 6224K364 11.22 3/8" 2 1/2" 6175K843 11.68 ______ __ 3/8" 3" 6175K844 13.61 6224K365 16.29 3/8" 3 1/2" 6175K845 15.53 6224K366 19.01 3/8" 4" 6175K846 17.42 6224K367 20.57 3/8" 4 1/2" 6175K847 19.39 ______ __ 3/8" 5" 6175K848 21.34 ______ __ 3/8" 5 1/2" ______ __ 6224K368 29.37 3/8" 6" 6175K849 24.67 ______ __ 3/8" 7" 6175K851 29.00 ______ __ 3/8" 8" 6175K852 32.89 ______ __ 1/2" 2 1/2" ______ __ 6224K369 19.76 1/2" 3" ______ __ 6224K371 23.74 1/2" 4" ______ __ 6224K372 28.16 1/2" 5" ______ __ 6224K373 34.94 1/2" 6" ______ __ 6224K374 40.25 1/2" 8" ______ __ 6224K375 55.95
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Brake and Clutch Lining
Molded Sheets
 
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Low Friction
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Medium Friction
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High Friction
 
7 1/2" × 7 1/2"
15" × 15"
30" × 30"
Thick. Each Each Each
Low Friction
Medium Friction
High Friction
Strips
 
6175k552p1s.png?ver=17742502
Metal-Free
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High Strength
 
Metal-Free
High Strength
Thick.Wd. Per Ft. Per Ft.

Edited by KC9KAS, February 13, 2013 - 06:06 PM.

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Posted February 13, 2013 - 06:51 PM

Randy,

 

I made my own from metal strapping material from a shipping crate. I had the loops left so I used some small machine screws to attach.  The lining was from McMaster-carr.  I got the high strength (above).  It came 1" wide and the strapping was 3/4".  The material cut well on the band saw to match width. Then I attached the lining using flat head screws.  The lining material drilled well and I used a counter sink so the heads would not get into the break wheel.  I had to make my own wheel also which is a caster from McMaster i bored and broached. 

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Posted February 13, 2013 - 08:50 PM

I still have a perfectly good band, just no lining. I do not know how thick the pad should be. Am also working on having the lining replaced or maybe locating one. Down the line I would like to find some other parts for this unit. Can anyone tell me how to identify my jake snowblower. It is a 36" but I do not know how to tell if it is a 2 stage or single.

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Posted February 13, 2013 - 09:33 PM

Single stage blowers have paddles in the center of the auger to throw the snow up.

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Two stage blowers have a paddle behind the auger which throws the snow up the chute.

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Posted February 14, 2013 - 11:23 AM

Thx for the info on blowers. Have to check mine when I get home this weekend.




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