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x595 brake issues
|Chris||i have a neighbors x595 diesel utility tractor the problem is the brakes dont hold at all if you park on a hill they dont hold and even on flat land the wont hold.i work at a jd dealership but have not came accross this issue out there.any help on what it could be my guess would be the brake pads but im not sure.
|TIM||I have the same problem. The Brake is an internal function of the Transmission. There is a "Kit" to rebuild it. My JD Dealer wants about $500 for the "Brake Job".
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