[TR] 61 TR3A Question Brakes

Wbeech@flash.net wbeech at flash.net
Wed Nov 6 11:31:03 MST 2019

No harm at all, the restrictor’s job is to keep the pads close to the rotor and minimize the pedal travel required.  You may notice a bit more pedal travel but you won’t hurt anything during your testing period.   

What were you doing before the problem started?  You mentioned the master cylinder, I had a similar problem on my TR3B.  Turned out that I had the MC rod adjusted in/out too far so it was not releasing the pressure, re-adjusted and problem went away.   hope your issue is a simple one. 

Bill B

Cactus Jack drinks coffee black......BWS

> On Nov 6, 2019, at 12:19 PM, Jim Henningsen <trguy75 at gmail.com> wrote:

My front brakes feel like they are dragging and I heard that it can be
caused by faulty restrictor valve assembly (part number 116197 in Tr4 parts
manual).  I have same part on my 62 early Tr4.  The calipers have been
rebuilt, new seals, ss pistons, hoses and dot 5.  New master cylinder too.
Any harm in removing the spring and "screw" internals on the restrictor
valve so fluid flows freely.  Also heard that you don't really need
restrictor valve.  
Thanks in advance,
Jim Henningsen
61 TR3A
62 TR4
75 TR6
82 Jeep CJ8

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