Fig. 14 Remove Shoe Return Spring
Fig. 15 Rotate Lower Shoe Approximately 180°
Fig. 16 Removing Retainer Springs
Fig. 17 Removing Lower Shoe
Remove lock ring from end of camshaft.
Remove slack adjuster from camshaft.
Push or tap camshaft from spider and
CLEANING AND INSPECTION
Thoroughly clean all parts except drums and brake lining
material in cleaning fluid and wipe dry. Grease and
solvents which leave an oil residue will affect brake
Because studies have indicated that
asbestos dust may be a potential health
hazard, OSHA has set maximum limits
of levels of airborne asbestos dust to
which workers may be exposed. Since
normally contain a sizable amount of
asbestos, it is important that people who
handle brake linings be aware of the
problem and know the precautions to be
OSHA standards should be consulted with respect to
mandatory requirements as well as for suggested
procedures to minimize exposure.
Drum, Shoe and Lining
Refer to the service manual section pertaining to
reconditioning drums and shoes.
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