IV. STEERABLE DRIVE END DISASSEMBLY
Lift the hub (or hub and drum assembly) off the
spindle (See fig. 17) using care to avoid damage
to the bearing surfaces and to the threads. Wipe
off any oil that may have reached the brake shoe
before it reaches the lining.
Do not remove the axle shaft studs unless
Remove the hub seal from the hub and discard.
Remove the inner wheel bearing cone and
protect it from dirt.
Cover the spindle with a clean shop rag to
protect it from damage.
replacement is necessary.
THIS IS THE LIMIT OF WHAT MAY BE
ALLOWS ACCESS TO THE
RELINING AND TO THE WHEEL BEARINGS
FOR REPACKING. DISASSEMBLY BEYOND
REPLACE DAMAGED OR BROKEN PARTS.
Brake and Wheel Spindle Disassembly
12-point capscrews retain the brake assembly
and the spindle to the spindle yoke (See fig. 1 8).
assembly in a place that will protect the brake
hose or disconnect the brake hose. Remove the
brake assembly after removing the capscrews.
Hold the spindle (See fig. 19), tap it with a soft
hammer and it should separate from the spindle
Remove outer drive yoke from spindle yoke.