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Oliver 1800A right rear wheel will stick when engaging clutch
|John Montandon||I have a 1962 Oliver 1800A. if feels like the brake is sticking every now and then. it doesn't do it all the time. i will put it in a lower gear and it will come un-stuck. i don't understand how it can be a brake locking up when i am not using the brake. it happens when i am shifting between gears and not using the brakes. what else could it be?
|Roger||I once had a bearing go out on the differental shaft and had similer problems.It was the bearing locking up. The diff shaft is what the brakes mount on. Take the brake cover off and see if you have any play on the shaft. Hope this helps.
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