-It is a complete pain to work on,Lol. If you have no one to bleed it, just get a hose loosen the bleeder on the brake cylinder push the hose over it, and put the other end into a jar of brake fluid (so air won't go back in just pull a little oil back). and just pump a lot keep refilling the master cylinder. But, if it has no fluid you probably have a leak somewhere. If i remember there is a plate that bolts from the cab floor, that gives enough room to see how ridiculous it is to work on. The mat has to come off.
-Also if it sucks a lot of air, you can convert the oil the ATF. i do it on a lot of older farm equipment. It doesn't hurt the seals but is a thicker viscosity to help keep air out. You shouldn't be traveling at a 100 mph to warrant brake fluid heating.
-You can use a pry bar on the brake arms to see how much travel it has. It is just a simple nut to tighten up the travell.
-Hope that helps, i rebuild mine and bled it all by myself, so it is possible.
-If you look at the link i gave you you can see the plate in the parts diagram, to see how much mat you are going to have to scrape off.
Last edited by Combine Pilot; 08-28-2019 at 11:21 PM.