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CT2K

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  1. CT2K

    Brake stuck

    From what I noticed our A&Ps care for certified aircraft and are not queen on looking at ultralights. I will be more than glad if I can find one A&P who would be nice enough to check my pads. Will let you know. Thanks to all of you for your valuable contributions, Gentlemen. Kind Regards.
  2. CT2K

    Brake stuck

    If they have to be one on each side of the disk there would be a little problem given the disk is fixed to the rim with those four scews you see on the picture on the outside of the disk. Weird, hein?
  3. CT2K

    Sexier Pedals

    Thanks for the good catch. The match was definitely not on purpose. I was looking for something that could add stiffness and that prevents feet from slipping, but now that you pointed the match I like it even more !
  4. CT2K

    Brake stuck

    Sourds silly question (I am sure you will confirm): how many pads are there per wheel? Logic would say 2, but looking closer down I am less sure
  5. CT2K

    Brake stuck

    Abiding by the advice and not flying my machine any more since it got severly stuck. Still unable to know which screws to unscrew to get the pads out. Would someone be able to look at those pictures again and and circle the screws or highlight them in some way, please ?
  6. CT2K

    Brake stuck

    Thanks a lot for those interesting details. When you suggest to «unscrew the two screws that hold the pads in place», are these two screws visible on the pictures I uploaded? Today I was with another fellow pilot talking next my CT and I understood from him that all I need would be a screw driver to insert between the pad and the rotor and push the pad back until there is enough space for the new and thicker pads to get in, the old pads would drop by itself and I would be able to put the new pads in place and that would be it. Is this another correct approach?
  7. CT2K

    Brake stuck

    Still looking for a source to gent these pads. does the wheel have to come out in order to access the pads?
  8. CT2K

    Brake stuck

    Thanks again guys for your various contribution. Now I know the brakes are Marc. when I run a search on Marc+Brakes, I don't seem to find something that makes sense and that is linked to aircraft brakes. Should you know of a link that points to where I can purchase those pads, please feel free to share, and if you want to share your recommendations, the steps, dos and donts to replace the pads, that will be mostly welcome. Editing to say that I have come across this link:
  9. CT2K

    Brake stuck

    Does any one have experience with these brakes? There is nothing written on them
  10. CT2K

    Sexier Pedals

    I Know it’s been a long while since we exchanged a bit of humor on this topic,,, just wanted to update you on what I fitted on my pedals. Did that for both pilot and passenger sides. Not bad, hein? I like it.
  11. CT2K

    Brake stuck

    Can take some pics of the wheels next time I go to the airfield and post them here.
  12. CT2K

    Brake stuck

    Got prompt and valuable replies as ususal. Many thanks to all for your contributions. Looks like you hit the nail on its head. Last time I looked at the pads (almost a year ago) they seemed quite thin indeed. Unable to tell what brand are those pads for they came with the CT when I got it second hand two years ago. Wil it be a complex job to replace them? Does it need advanced equipment and tools? Any recommendations for a decent pair of pads?
  13. CT2K

    Brake stuck

    Hi All, This has been happening more and more often recently: when I release the brake, the left wheel remains stuck. Any thoughts?
  14. CT2K

    Forum upgrade coming

    Wouldn't have put it better than Runtoeat, although I am still way less knowledgeable about my CT than many friends on the forum. Thanks for the valuable forum and for the hard work .
  15. CT2K

    Desert Flying

    Thanks Gentlemen
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