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Brake Drum Removable

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Harmon Moody

09-29-2003 18:16:23

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Does anyone have a way to remove the brake drum from pinion shaft on a WD.

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09-30-2003 17:08:44

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 Re: Brake Drum Removable in reply to Harmon Moody, 09-29-2003 18:16:23  
The manual says, "To remove brake drum, remove final drive from differential housing. Brake drim is a press fit to snap ring. Pull brake drum". That is you pull the final drive and axle housing. They are heavy, use a chain fall or at least two strong people. The brake drum is pressed on until it stops at a snap ring. Use a puller to remove it. I would think if it is stuck that a little heat would help to expand it, maybe a few hundred degrees.

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John Rogers

09-30-2003 18:13:24

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 Re: Re: Brake Drum Removable in reply to wdTom, 09-30-2003 17:08:44  
Hi Harmon , Tom is correct in telling you to remove axle and final drive as a unit. Usually it takes a really good puller to remove the brake drum.However if your drum is damaged and you are replacing it I would just take a big hammer and break the outside off, then using a sharp cold chisel split the hub directly over the key. We have found that is the fastest way if we are not trying to reuse the brake drum. To replace it heat it good and hot and it will slide on easily. Good luck. John in MO

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