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'38 AC -B, Brake band removal

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njs

09-24-2003 05:07:42




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Well, I've looked for the retaining clips that hold the 2 pins in place that the band is hooked to---all I see is 2 pins that look rusted in place. What means was used to hold these pins that go thru the casting, thru the band and into the other side of the casting? The connection of this hand brake clip has broken away from the band, which is why I am trying to remove it.
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Jeff

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D13

09-24-2003 17:07:12




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 Re: '38 AC -B, Brake band removal in reply to njs, 09-24-2003 05:07:42  
The pins drive from the outside (wheel side) of the casting, thru the band loop or swivel, then into the inside of the casting. There are wire clips that go into a groove on the pin, inside the housing, on the wheel side. These keep the pin from backing out towards the wheel. It cannot go thru the trans side as there is not enough clearance to the trans mounting flange of the housing. There is a good chance yours are rusted away. look for the groove in the pin to be sure. Lots of lube, heat, a steel drift, and a hammer will help.

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Dick L

09-24-2003 12:34:55




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 Re: '38 AC -B, Brake band removal in reply to njs, 09-24-2003 05:07:42  
Attached you will find a brake assembly drawing. If you ckick on the public thing at the top you should be able to find where I have pictures on how to remove the pins. I am in a bit of a hurry at this moment and don't have time to hunt thru them. If you can't find what you want I will look in the next day or two and post a link.

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