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Roger H MI

11-16-2012 07:17:39

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I have a twenty ton jack on the axle shaft hooked around a chain bolted to the housing. But haven't put the full force on yet. I don't know how much pressure the break drum and the flange can stand. I might go find a press I can use. It is surprising how stubborn they can be.

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Dick L

11-17-2012 07:09:46

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 Re: break drum removal in reply to Roger H MI, 11-16-2012 07:17:39  
While you have the pressure on the pinion shaft put some heat on the drum thru the top opening. It shouldn't take a lot of heat to expand the drum enough to release its hold. I use a 50 ton press by the way and don't worry a bunch about braking anything. The way I figure it if it breaks it most likely needed replaced anyway. I have never broke a B or C brake drum with the 50 ton press. I did break a drum on a G that was stubborn.

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Dick L

11-17-2012 07:17:44

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 Re: break drum removal in reply to Dick L, 11-17-2012 07:09:46  

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Roger H MI

11-17-2012 09:45:10

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 Re: break drum removal in reply to Dick L, 11-17-2012 07:17:44  
I'm going to put a little heat on it today. Hope this will break loose. all I have is a tee puller and 20 ton jack. I can see the advantage of a H press. Working on a Allis they could come in handy, my arbor press just wont cut the big jobs.I will try and post some pictures if this puller is successful and I don't break anything.

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Zachary Hoyt

11-16-2012 13:04:02

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 Re: break drum removal in reply to Roger H MI, 11-16-2012 07:17:39  
Sometimes a whack will loosen things that pressure alone will not seem to budge, in my experience.

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