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    Default ot..innside clutch band on snapper mower drive wheel? do i glue it or what?

    the green band of brake material came with the hub. no instructions.nothing. what adhesive/none goes there ? looked
    it up on google...nope....

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    If it's a brake band I would normally expect it to connect to the actuating mechanism at one end and anchor at the other, with pins used to make the connection. The actuator would pull on the band to make contact with the drum. Unless what you describe as a band is actually a lining I would not expect it to be glued or riveted.

    Can you post a photo?

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    I've glued them before with 2 part epoxy like JB Weld. It works. What do you have to lose?

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    epoxy sounds good . .just wanted to be sure . i dont need any fuckups. thanks.


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