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2004 y2000 6 speed manual, and the brakes are

2004 y2000 CRAFTSMAN LAWN TRACTOR 6 speed manual, and the brakes are failing, is there an adjustment? or how do I get these back?

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Look on the side of trans you will see a small
disc that is your brake there should be a 10mm or 3/8 nut there tighten this nut your brakes should come back.

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