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TM 10-3930-632-34
15.
Stop bolt
2.
Lockwasher
16.
Spring pin
3.
Cotter pin
17.
Pivot shaft
4.
Clevis pin
18.
Lubrication fitting
5.
Clevis rod end
19.
Inching brake pedal
6.
Jam nut
20.
Pedal pad
7.
Service master cylinder
21.
Needle bearing
8.
Nut
22.
Return spring
9.
Bolt
23.
Service brake pedal
10.
Inching master cylinder
24.
Stop bolt
11.
Clevis pin
25.
Return spring
12.
Clevis rod end
13.
Jam nut
Figure 11-1. Brake Pedal and Linkage. Exploded View.
c.
Inspect the brake pedals (23 and 19) for
WARNING
cracks or evidence of bending or stress.
d.
Check pivot bushings and shafts carefully for
Dry cleaning solvent, P.D480, used to clean
wear or damage.
parts is potentially dangerous to personnel and
e.
Inspect springs (25 and 22) for broken or
property.  Avoid repeated and prolonged skin
cracked coils and signs of fatigue.
contact.
Do not use near open flame or
excessive heat. Flash point of solvent is 100 F.
- 138 F. (39 F. - 90 C.).
11-5.
Reassembly and Installation
Reassembly and installation is essentially the
11-4.
Cleaning and Inspection
reverse of removal and disassembly and may be
a.
Clean all metal parts with a cloth dampened in
accomplished by reversing the order of indexing depicted
solvent, Federal Specification P.D.680.
b.
Wipe all grease or oil deposits from brake
pedal pads with a dry cloth.
11-2

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