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TM-1-4920-446-13P Hydraulic System Test Stand Type D-8A P/N 7459 Manual
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Brake assembly - Adjust (Contd)
TM 1-4920-446-13 & P 3-39. Brake assembly - Adjust 3-39 This task covers: Adjustment INITIAL SETUP Personnel Required: MOS 67 ADJUSTMENT 1. Adjust both brakes simultaneously by rotating the knurled knob on the brake operating handle.  If this adjustment is insufficient, proceed to step No.  2. 2. Loosen lock nuts on either end of long connecting rod. 3. Make sure the operating lever is in the off position. 4. Remove cotter pin and clevis pin from rear clevis on the long connecting rod. 5. Shorten or lengthen rod as necessary by turning rod or clevis. 6. Reinstall clevis pin and cotter pin in rear clevis. 7. Check  holding  ability of brake.    If further  adjustment  is necessary,  repeat steps 4, 5 and 6. 8. If braking action on the rear wheels is uneven, individual brake action may be adjusted by lengthening or shortening the short connecting rod between the cross shaft and the brake lever at each rear wheel. 9. Loosen lock nuts on either end of the short connecting rod. 10. Make sure the operating handle is in the off position. 11. Remove  cotter pin and  clevis pin from rear clevis on the short connecting rod. 12. Shorten or lengthen rod as necessary by turning rod or clevis. 13. Reinstall clevis pin and cotter pin in rear clevis. GO TO NEXT PAGE 3-45

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