Cloth, Cleaning (Item 31, Appendix C)
Grease, High Temperature
(Item 44, Appendix C)
Solvent, Drycleaning (Item 87, Appendix C)
Tags, Identification (Item 88, Appendix C)
Wire, Safety (Item 100, Appendix C)
This task covers:
f. Follow-On Maintenance
Engine OFF, (TM 9-2320-364-10)
Wheels chocked, (TM 9-2320-364-10)
Brake drum removed, (Para 13-3)
Air chamber removed, (Axles No. 1 and 2),
Air chamber removed, (Axles No. 3, 4 and 5),
Tools and Special Tools
Tool Kit, General Mechanics: Automotive
(Item 74, Appendix G)
Gloves, Chemical Oil Protective
(Item 28, Appendix G)
Goggles, Industrial (Item 30, Appendix G)
Respirator, Air Filter (Item 57, Appendix G)
Wrench, Torque (0 to 60 N.m)
(Item 98, Appendix G)
Tool, Removal, Brake Return Spring (Appendix D)
12-2. BRAKE SHOE/SELF ADJUSTER REPAIR.
Materials/Parts - Continued
Guide Assy, Pawl (Item 73, Appendix F)
Guide Assy, Pawl (Item 74, Appendix F)
Seal, Ring (2) (Item 332, Appendix F)
Seal, Ring (2) (Item 333, Appendix F)
Brake shoes may be covered with dust. Breathing this dust may be harmful to your health.
Do not use compressed air to clean brake shoes. Wear a filter mask approved for use
against brake dust. Failure to comply may result in injury or death to personnel.
Use care when removing brake spring. Spring is under tension and can act as a projectile
when released and could cause injury to personnel.
When one brake shoe needs to be replaced, all brake shoes for that axle must be replaced.
Damage to equipment could result.