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SECTION XIV. BRAKE PROBLEMS - 5-TON TRUCKS
1.  You will waste money if you trash can the worn out brake shoes on your M39- or M809-series 5-ton trucks. The SMR
code shows the shoes as non-repairable, but that is not true. Direct Support can replace the linings and make them good
to go for a lot less than the cost of new brake shoes.
2.  Always replace the front SERVICE glad hand on a 5-ton truck with vented coupling, NSN 2530-00-740-9445. If you
use a regular dummy coupling, the brakes won't release after the driver applies them.
3.  That's because the service dummy coupling needs a breather vent to release air pressure. If you have the right
coupling and the brakes lock up, the vent hole may be plugged with dirt or paint.
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