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Figure 4-7. Hydraulic brakes ( used on front transporter assembly only )
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TM-55-1740-202-13-P Transporter Airmobilel Model D761 Part Number 46692-01 NSN
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Figure 4-8. Parking brake (used on front transporter assembly only)
TM 55-1740-202-13&P
Legend for fig. 4-7:
1.
Shoe return spring
13.
Equalizer lever
2.
Adjusting assembly spring
14.
Equalizer lever spring
3.
Pivot nut
15.
Wheel cylinder connecting
4.
Socket
link
5.
Adjusting screw
16.
Screw and lockwasher assembly
6.
Hold-down cup
17.
Wheel cylinder
7.
Hold-down spring
18.
Shoe guide plate
8.
Hold-down pin
19.
Dust cover
9.
Service replacement shoes
20.
Screw
and linings
21.
Lockwasher
10.
Retainer
22.
Hex head nut
11.
Anti-rattle spring washer
23.
Backing plate assembly
12.
Parking brake lever assembly
h. Parking Brake Assembly.
(1) If necessary, disconnect emergency brake cable (1, fig. 4-8) from brake rod crank (8) by removing cotter pin (2) and
clevis pin (3).
(2) Remove stop nut (5), lockwashers (6), and hex head cap screw (7) from brake rod cranks (8). Slide off brake rod
cranks from cross shaft (14).
(3) Remove screws (9) and slide off pillow block (12).
(4) Remove cotter pin (2) and clevis pin (3).
(5) Loosen setscrew and remove collar (13) and then remove remaining brake rod crank (8).
(6) Remove screws (17), washers (16), nuts (15), and brake handle (19).
i. Front Axle Assembly.
NOTE
If left-hand and right-hand wheel mount shock-absorbing spring assemblies (16 and 17, fig. 4-9)
are removed with the hydraulic brakes (fig. 4-7) in place, disconnect flexible hoses (2, fig. 4-11)
from wheel cylinders (17, fig. 4-7).
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