Fig. 5 Removing Outboard Mounted Drum
Brake Groups with Backing Plate (Fig. 6)
Rockwell "T" Series Brake Group
The Rockwell T series brake group is disassembled it
the same manner as the Wagner brake group.
Wagner Broke Group
Remove shoe return spring or springs. This is
accomplished by either expanding spring with
pliers and unhooking spring between shoes, or
by using a pry bar or large screwdriver and
prying shoe off cam. Then remove roller from
cam end of shoe. Removing rollers first will
relieve most of the tension from return springs,
permitting them to be disconnected from shoes.
The roller retainers (if equipped) must be
disconnected prior to removing the rollers.
Remove "C" washer (retainers) from guide pins.
Then remove flat washers and bowed washers
from guide pins. Note position of washers for
Remove retainers from anchor pins. Then
remove washers, felt retainers and felts from
Fig. 6 Wagner Foundation Brake Group with Backing Plate
Anchor Pin Retainer
Brake Chamber Bracket
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