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Re: WD Brakes

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Dave K

12-14-2002 14:10:04




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I do not think you can get enough room to get in there without removing the bottom pin and no, you can not get the shoes out without taking the pin out. The lower part of the shoes rotate on the pin itself. I am not sure what you mean about removing the assembly without the shoes. You can try and it is not difficult to remove the keepers and top pin. If you are lucky (very) the bottom pins may come out easily. You have access both from the top and the bottom of the axle housing.

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Tom

12-15-2002 17:21:18




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 Re: Re: WD Brakes in reply to Dave K, 12-14-2002 14:10:04  
I don't think the part you need to get out will come out without taking out the shoes too. You are looking at the piece that levers the shoes, that the linkage rod screws into at the bottom. If you have trouble with the pins look back in the archives, I have described how to do it a couple of times I think, basically drill and tap. But the pins are case hardened so you have to grind off a little of the end of the pin. If you need to e mail me and I will detail describe it. Just put something about WD brakes in message heading so I won't delete it with the rest of the junk mail I get.

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Big Ed

12-15-2002 17:29:29




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 Re: Re: Re: WD Brakes in reply to Tom, 12-15-2002 17:21:18  
Drilling and tapping the pin is a good way. You can also weld a nut on the pin and rig up a puller that way.



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