Figure 3-95. Jackshaft clutch shoes, removal and installation.
shoe with low pressure compressed air, or wipe with dry
swing (jackshaft) clutch shoes.
(2) Visually inspect clutch shoe lining for
wear, mounting hardware for burs or stripped threads,
3-122. Main Hoist Shaft Clutch Shoes
and test the strength of springs.
a. Removal and Installation.
(3) Repair by replacing weak or damaged
(1) Remove auxiliary clutch hydraulic brake
springs or defective mounting hardware. Replace,
clutch shoe when lining is worn to within 50 percent of
hoist shaft clutch shoes.
(3) Remove remaining clutch shoes in a
Note. Clutch shoes may be itched,
placing the "dead" shoe in "live"
(4) Install in reverse order.
position, since dead shoe receives
b. Cleaning, Inspection, and Repair. Clean,
very little wear.
inspect and repair clutch shoes in manner described in