Posted by jm. on July 06, 2012 at 20:00:23 from (126.96.36.199):
In Reply to: T340 brakes posted by sven on July 06, 2012 at 17:27:48:
sven I have parted many of those things but been 20 years ago. I am almost certian you have to pull the fuel tank, top cover, and steering clutches, remove the flange or something there on a short pinion. I know one of the older guys that worked for me , will be in the morning but will call and get you some help if someone else does not chime in. I was really thinking the brakes could be removed just by pulling the top pinion and not removing the finals. The brakes are under the rear cover , I believe you remove a small cap put a boldt in and just pull the pinion then unboldt the brakes and lift out. Should not have to remove the finals or for that matter break the tracks if my memory serves me right.
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