Question about Vehicle Parts & Accessories
Grease the parts of the release lever and make sure it moves smoothly. This will insure the spring can put enough pressure on the locking pin and hold the brake securely. If greasing doesn't work then I'd replace the spring.
Posted on Jul 11, 2013
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