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REMOVAL - TM-5-4210-220-12_714
TM 5-4210-220-12 4-32.  FRONT AXLE - Continued ADJUSTMENT (1)    Block  the  rear  wheels  to  prevent  the  truck from   moving   while   working   on   the   front axle. (2)    Jack  affected  wheel  end  up  as  detailed  in para.  4-9.    Support  raised  wheel  end  on maintenance trestle. NOTE Brake  adjustment  may  be  carried out with front wheel either removed or installed. (3)    Connect  truck  batteries  and  start  engine. Run  engine  until  air  system  is  at  normal pressure. (4)        Stop    the    engine    and    disconnect    truck batteries. (5)    Push  locking  sleeve  (B)  on  slack  adjuster down and turn adjustment screw (A) clockwise until brake shoes are tight against brake drum. (6)  Back off screw (A) approximately two turns, 10-12 flats on the screw head, until there is no brake drag. (7)  Be sure locking sleeve (B) engages adjuster screw (A) when adjustment is completed. (8)  To be sure brakes are free and without drag, tap brake drum with a hammer and listen for a  clear  ringing  sound,  or  turn  the  wheel  in forward   and   reverse   direction   and   check that  brake  shoes  do  not  rub  against  brake drum. (9)  Apply the brakes using the brake pedal in the   cab.      Check   the   angle   between   air chamber  push  rod  (1)  and  slack  adjuster (2) as shown.  The angle should be 90 deg. (10)  To adjust position of clevis, loosen jam nut (3). (11)      Remove   cotter   pin   (4)   and   disconnect clevis  (5)  from  slack  adjuster  by  removing pin (6). (12)    Turn  clevis  (5)  as  required  to  increase  or decrease overall length of push rod. (13)  Connect clevis (5) to slack adjuster (2) and install  clevis  pin  (6).    Secure  clevis  pin using cotter pin (4). (14)  Tighten jam nut (3) against clevis. (15)  Recheck angle between slack adjuster and push rod as detailed in step 9 above. (16)    Repeat  steps  2  thru  15  on  second  front brake. 4-603

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