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Old October 8th 04, 04:05 AM
Jeff
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I have a Cleveland parking brake line lock on my Dragonfly. The part number
is 60-5. It has developed a leak, the fluid is coming out of the body where
the actuator arm connects. I would assume there is an O-ring on either end
of the shaft that goes through the body, but I can not locate a parts
diagram for it. I do not want to take it apart until I am able to obtain
the new seals/O-rings/whatever to make the repair since it is a small leak
and it is not making a mess. Does anyone know where I can obtain the parts
to make the repair? A/S sells the 60-5, but does not list a parts diagram
like they do for the brakes and wheels. I looked for what seemed like hours
at www.parker.com, but that web site is a mess.

Thanks,
Jeff


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Old October 9th 04, 01:32 AM
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I have a Cleveland parking brake line lock on my Dragonfly. The part number
is 60-5. It has developed a leak, the fluid is coming out of the body where
the actuator arm connects.


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I do not want to take it apart until I am able to obtain
the new seals/O-rings/whatever to make the repair since it is a small leak
and it is not making a mess. Does anyone know where I can obtain the parts
to make the repair?


Cleveland gives away a parts book that covers most of its products. I have one
at the office but I won't be there again till Monday. Don't know if it is on
line.

John Dupre'
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Old October 11th 04, 10:38 PM
JDupre5762
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I have a Cleveland parking brake line lock on my Dragonfly. The part number
is 60-5. It has developed a leak, the fluid is coming out of the body where
the actuator arm connects.


You need three MS28775-010 orings for the shaft. There are two other orings
for fittings and poppet valves. Those are MS28775-006 and -012. The poppet
valves might fall down into the shaft cavity when the shaft is removed.

John Dupre'
 




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