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|Sandy||I am looking for the schematics for my LT100 mower. I am replacing brake parts and I need to know I am doing this properly. Usually I can noodle through simple mechanical problems with minimal parts left over. Since brakes are a little bit important, I want to make sure these are done correctly.
|george||Brakes on a craftsman are really quite
simple. There is only one on the rear
right or left side of the transmission.
There is a little rotor and a set of small
brake pads that will rub against it.
Btakes are mostly only used for parking. If you are