l. Wheel, Tire, and Tube Assembly.
(1) If removed, install tube (3, fig. 4-1) and tire (2) on- to wheel (7).
(2) Install wheel (7) to wheel hub with cone nuts (1).
4-11. LUBRICATION. With the exception of the bearing assemblies in the wheels and in the banjo suspension spring
assemblies, which were lubricated during assembly, lubricate the transporter assembly as specified in paragraph 3-5,
4-12. ALIGNMENT. Align the transporter assembly as follows:
a. Hydraulic Brakes.
Be sure parking brake is not set at this time.
(1) Block the rear wheels and jack up transporter assembly so that front wheels are clear of ground.
(2) Turn each adjusting screw (5, fig. 4-7) until each lining is firmly against the brake drum.
(3) If necessary, pump the master cylinder and bleed hydraulic lines at the wheel cylinders.
(4) Back off each adjusting screw (5, fig. 4-7) until the wheel spins without interference.
b. Parking Brake Assembly.
(1) Block the rear wheels and. jack up the transporter assembly so that front wheels are clear of ground.
(2) Rotate the takeup adjustment on brake handle (19, fig. 4-8) for minimum takeup. Then set the brake
handle to the off position.
(3) Disconnect each clevis (4) from associated brake rod crank (8). Adjust each clevis to take out all slack
from emergency cables (1). Then connect the clevis to the cranks (8).
(4) Check that both wheels turn freely.
(5) Set brake handle (19) to the fully on position and check that both wheels are locked. If necessary, rotate
the takeup adjustment on the brake handle for additional brake adjustment.
(1) Place the transporter assembly on a flat surface, with the front wheels and towbar facing straight ahead.
(2) Adjust each tie rod assembly to provide 23-1/8 inches between the centers of tie rod ends (4 and 6, fig. 4-
(3) Check the distance between the backs of the front wheels and the fronts of the front wheels. The front