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TM 10-3930-632-34
c.
through the hole in the housing and lever to secure the
Install right side tilt cylinder (TM 10-3930-632-
brake shoe and lever assembly.
12).
b.  When installing the sleeve (8) in the lever
d.  Connect and adjust the hand brake b-handle
sleeve hole, install the nut (7) to allow some free play of
assembly and linkage (TM 10-3930-632-12).
the sleeve.
Section VI. SERVICE BRAKES
b.
Wipe the exterior of the wheel cylinder with a
11-22.
Removal and Disassembly
cloth dampened with dry cleaning solvent P-D-680.
a.
Remove the brake assembly from the front
c.
Clean all metallic parts with dry cleaning
drive wheel (para 12-2).
solvent P-D680; dry thoroughly.
b.
Disassemble the brake assembly as shown in
d.
Inspect the brake shoes for wear, cracks, oil
figure 11-6.  Do not disassemble the brake assembly
saturation, signs of overheating, or other damage. If the
farther than is necessary to determine if the condition of
linings are damaged or worn to less than 1/16 inch
the parts warrants further disassembly,
thickness, replace the brake shoes.
c.
Use brake spring pliers to disengage the brake
e.
Inspect  the  wheel  cylinders  for  cracks,
return springs from the brake shoes.
deterioration of rubber parts, signs of leaking, or other
damage; replace damaged wheel cylinders.
WARNING
f.
Inspect the brake return springs for cracks,
worn or damaged end hooks, or elongation.  If the
Dry cleaning solvent P-D-80 is toxic and
springs are damaged or if they are elongated so that
flammable. Wear protective goggles and gloves
spaces exist between loops of the springs, replace the
and use only in a well ventilated Area.  Avoid
springs.
contact with skin, eyes, and clothes and don't
g.
Inspect the backing plate for cracks, distortion,
breathe vapors. Do not use near open flame or
excessive heat.  The flash point is 100F -
and other damage; replace the brake assembly if
damaged.
138F. (38C - 59C). If you become dizzy while
using cleaning solvent, get fresh air immediately
11-24.
Reassembly and Installation
and get medical aid, If contact with eyes is mild,
a.
Reassemble the brake assembly as shown in
wash your eyes with water and get medical aid
figure 11.6. Use a brake spring pliers to install the brake
immediately.
return springs between the brake shoes.
b.
Install the brake assembly (para 12-4).
11-33.
Cleaning and Inspection
c.
Connect the brake lines to the fittings on the
a.
Clean the brake shoes with a wire brush.
brake assemblies.  Bleed the brake system (TM 10-
Remove greasy or gummy deposits with a cloth
3930-632-12).
dampened with dry cleaning solvent P-D-680.
Change 1 11-7

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