Inspect anchor pin bushings (14) for gouges, scoring, and defects. If required, drive two anchor pin bushings (14)
from axle assembly (5).
If necessary, remove three plugs (15) from dust shields (3 and 4).
Inspect dust shields for cracks, deformation, missing hardware, and damaged or missing plugs. Replace dust
shields if defects are found.
Cleaning compound solvent is used to clean parts and is potentially dangerous to
personnel. Extinguish all smoking materials and do not allow sparks or open
flame near the work area. Use skin and eye protection and work in a well-
Clean all parts removed in degreaser tank with cleaning compound solvent. Remove any burrs and scoring from
polished surfaces using crocus cloth. Inspect brake shoe linings for uneven wear, improper lining grind, bent
shoes, scratches, breaks, or cracks. If any defects exist, replace brake shoe assembly.
Measure overall shoe lining thickness. If shoe linings are less than 0.46 inch (0.76 cm) thick, replace brake shoe
If removed, install three dust plugs (15) into dust shields (3 and 4).
If removed, install two anchor pin bushings (14) into axle assembly (5).
Install two rollers (13) onto brake shoes (7) and insert two headless grooved pins (12) through two rollers (13) to
hold in place.
Using retaining ring pliers, install four retaining rings (11) onto two headless grooved pins (12) to secure rollers
(13) in place.
Aline and install two return spring pins (10) into brake shoes (6).
Install helical extension spring (9) between both brake shoes (6) on to return spring pins (10).
Aline and install two brake shoes (6) so that each roller (13) seats on s-cam on axle assembly (5).
Using brake repair pliers, install two helical extension springs (8) on brake shoes (6).
Lift or lower each brake shoe (6) until headless shoulder pins can be installed and install two headless shoulder
pins (7) into anchor pin bushings (14).
Aline and install both upper and lower dust shields (3 and 4) onto axle assembly (5) and secure with four