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    Default Johndeere 2012 6630 brake problem

    Johndeere 2012 6630 brake problem

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    Default Re: Johndeere 2012 6630 brake problem

    What's the brake problem and isn't tractor still covered by warranty??

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    Oh yes forget about that

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    Lol at this thread

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    Default Re: Johndeere 2012 6630 brake problem

    I have a 6330 and also has a brake problem. they feel like the brakes need bled. dealer says that's normal. I don't buy it. same problem as you are having?

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    Default Re: Johndeere 2012 6630 brake problem

    Quote Originally Posted by dodger1 View Post
    I have a 6330 and also has a brake problem. they feel like the brakes need bled. dealer says that's normal. I don't buy it. same problem as you are having?
    Actually if you have a 6330 and not a 6330 Premium, the brakes do feel spongy in comparison. It is normal for the pedals to travel 1/2 - 3/4 of the way to the floor before brakes activate. We have had some complaints from customers that are used to deere's full power brakes in earlier models. The non-premium 30 series does not have power brakes. They are manual brakes. They still work well, but definitely have a different feel than power brakes. It is possible that they need bleeding though. I usually try bleeding the brakes as normal setup procedure. Sometimes there is air in them from the factory.

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    My 6330 brakes took some getting used to. They aren't as sensitive as other 6000 series I've owned but they work fine, just take a little more pressure.
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