2-88. SERVICE BRAKE REPAIR (MODELS WPES-10 AND H-9518-1) - continued.
Inspect brakeshoe pads for excessive or uneven wear. Measure distance between brake
pad mounting rivets and outer surfaces of brake pads as illustrated.
Inspect brake pads for presence of oil or grease.
Inspect for weak, deformed or damaged springs.
Inspect all other parts for obvious damage, stripped threads and deformity.
Always replace brakeshoes as a set.
Replace brake shoes if measurement in Inspection procedure above is less then 1/8 inch or pads are
contaminated with oil and grease.
Replace damaged or excessively worn components.
If removed, install two anchor pins (13) with lockwashers (12) and nuts (11).
Install one return spring retainer (10) on each brake shoe (5 and 6).
Position roller (9) on each brake shoe (5 and 6) and secure with roller pins (8).
Position anchor pin link (7) and brake shoes (5 and 6) on anchor pins (13).
Install return spring (14), connecting ends to return spring pin (10) on each brakeshoe (5 and 6).
Install hub and drum assembly (Paragraph 2-87).
Install tire and wheel assembly (TM 10-4610-241-10).
If one set of brake shoes was replaced, brake shoes on other three wheels must be
As required, replace brake shoes on other wheels.
Adjust brakes in accordance with Adjust procedure of this Paragraph.
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