1. Capscrew (3)
2. Lockwasher (3)
5. Cotter pin
6. Slotted nut
Figure 4-48. Diagram of wheel bearing grease packing.
recommended in lubrication order. For recommended
Figure 4-47. Rear wheel bearing, hub and spindle,
(2) Install front wheel bearings and adjust in
(3) Install rear wheel bearings and adjust as
(2) Clean hub and spindle with a clean cloth
dampened in an approved cleaning solvent.
(3) Inspect bearings for pitting, scoring, wear,
new seal (11) in hub (9).
or other damage, and for rough or binding operation.
(b) Position hub on spindle (12) and in-
(4) Inspect spindle for scoring, damaged
stall outer bearing (8), spacer (7) and nut (6). Tighten nut
threads, cracks, or other damage.
and back off 1/4 to 1/2 turn, and lock in place with cotter
(5) Inspect hubs for damaged threads, cracks,
or other damage.
(c) Position gasket (4) and cap (3) on hub
(6) Replace damaged parts.
and secure with capscrews (1) and lock- washers (2).
c. Packing, Installation, and Adjustment.
(1) Pack the wheel bearings with lubricant
Section XVI. BRAKE MAINTENANCE
connected by a mechanical linkage to the handbrake
The service brakes are mounted between the front
wheels inside the axle adapters on either side of
4-65. Parkingbrake Control Linkage
differential housing. The brakedrum rotates with the
drive axles, and the shoe assemblies are secured to the
These brakes are hydraulically
(1) Place lever body assembly (3, fig 4-49) in
operated by the brake master cylinder, which is
mechanically linked to the service brake pedal. The
(2) Remove cotter pin (4), flat washer (5) and
parking brake drum rotates on the transmission output
pin (2). Remove link from clevis (6).
shaft, and the brakeshoes backing plate assembly is
(3) Remove clevis (6) and nut (7) from rod (8).
secured to the transmission housing. The brakeshoe is