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    Posted: 08 Feb 2019 at 7:10pm
Where or who makes hydraulic disc brakes for the 190xt    
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Why would you need them?
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We have always built our own. Buy some calipers and you can find disks made to fit the shaft.
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They help with grabbing and instantly going out of bounds next set I make will be big truck rotors mounted on backside of hubs with dual callipers
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If I didn't have to, I still prefer the braking to be done at the bull pinion shaft so as to not  load the OEM final drive any more than it already is. Grabbing and instantly going out of bounds sounds like too much braking power and I would think that could certainly be dealt with to soften it up a little.  There is a point when HP and wheel speed becomes more than the OEM brakes can deal with and you feel like Fred Flintstone dragging his feet on the track.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote 190xt llss Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 11 Feb 2019 at 10:27am
Coming up with pedals master cylinders and calipers is easy enough. I was wanting to know is there anybody that makes a brake disc to put on the bull pinion in place of the stock brakes/housing.
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Utilize the splined part of the brake drum and bolt a homemade rotor plate to it.
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Hydraulic disc brakes are easier to modulate than the OEM ball actuated disc brakes.  Redo your differential cross shafts with needle bearings and you won't be needing to use your brakes for steering nearly as much if everything on your tractor is not set up off center. 
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