Re: WD brake band removal? in reply to Eric H, 08-14-2002 08:25:44
To remove the brake shoes, remove brake compartment covers. Disconnect and remove front and rear shoe return springs. From lower side of transmission housing, remove brake shoe anchor pin lock, and remove anchor pin. In the event that the brake anchor pin cannot be removed by prying, it may be necessary to drill and tap the anchor pin so that a suitable puller of the stud and sleeve type may be used. Remove adjusting nut from clevis. Front shoe should be removed first, through the compartment cover opening. Reinstall the front shoe, as an assemvly made up of the brake shoe, toggle lever, toggle pin and adjusting clevis and pin. The large brake shoe return spring is for the rear shoe. Copied from I&T Allis Chalmers AC-11 Shop Manual
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