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Lellwyn Griffin

2007 Kawasaki Prairie 360 Brake issue

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I think my rear brakes are stuck.  Is these parts in the right position?  Any idea how I repair?  I have to give it more gas to go and I can't push it when it's in neutral.  

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You should start by removing the cable and see if it's seized - that's the most likely culprit.

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You can see in the pic the lower cable is slightly pulled.  I'd loosen both off and make sure the brake arm moves freely.  If it moves freely, then look at the cable.  I'm assuming the lower one is a hard line that goes to the foot brake?  Is it slightly depressed?  Maybe some lube and everything that moves and it'll come back to life.  either that or the rear shoes are so worn that the cam is stuck between the shoes.

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Looks like it could be a wet brake system, ie. no brake shoes & the system is enclosed in the rear diff.

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You may be right sir. Didn't catch that there seems to be no drum. 

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It is a wet brake system (I should have mentioned that). Thanks for the tips. I will revisit tonight.


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