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Fiat Allison 65B Brakes

Discussion in 'Motor Graders' started by Bubba, Jul 7, 2017.

  1. Bubba

    Bubba Well-Known Member

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    Can anyone share some information on repairing Brakes on a 65B Fiat Allison. Just purchased with no brakes. Pedal goes to floor. Added Brake Fluid with no results. Where to get parts. Somebody said New Holland services Fiat Allison now. Thanks
     
  2. dirthog

    dirthog Senior Member

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    Yes Fiat Allis is now part of New Holland and the New Holland construction dealer should be able to get you parts. They are a simple system though master cylinder and wheel cylinders. Might even be able to tear it apart and match the cups at a good auto parts store.
     
  3. warpspeed

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    Find part numbers here http://partstore.construction.newholland.com/us/parts-search.html

    Order from any cnh dealer. Or search here https://www.machinerytrader.com/list/partssearch.aspx?partnum=

    Do a saved search on ebay if you cant find anything. .. it might pop up. Get good with google.... enter "part number cross" there is sites that have part # cross reference banks.

    A service manual and parts book and mechanical knowledge will be a big asset because cnh won't hardly give you the time of day and you will pay independents to learn on your machine to the tune of $120/hr

    It's not that bad really, just need to be savvy with the internet instead of calling $12 HR Parts counter that has never heard of FA

    Good luck
     
  4. Delmer

    Delmer Senior Member

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    Did you bleed the brakes? or where did the fluid go? That will help you decide which parts you need, if any.
     
  5. Bubba

    Bubba Well-Known Member

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    Thanks everybody for the good info. I will get some books.