10-3. DISC BRAKE ASSEMBLY REPLACEMENT/REPAIR (CONT)
Always use blocks, jackstands, or other rigid, stable supports when working beneath
raised equipment. Ensure that hoists or jacks are in good condition. Never use frayed,
twisted, or pinched cables. Never use bent or distorted hooks. Failure to follow this
precaution could result in severe personal injury or machine damage.
Wipe the area clean around all hydraulic connections to be opened during removal and
disassembly. Cap oil lines and plug holes after removing lines. Contamination of the
hydraulic system could result in premature failure.
Tag, mark, and disconnect brake (1)
from brake housing (2).
Remove four screws (3) and
washers (4) from brake housing (2)
and drive wheel spindle (5).
Remove disc brake caliper (6) from
drive wheel spindle (5).
Repeat Steps (1) through (3) for
other disc brakes calipers.
Remove two pistons (7) from brake
housing (2) side opposite the
Use C-clamp to hold a 1/2 in.
(12.7 mm) wood block against two
pistons (8) on mounting side of
brake housing (2).