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TORQUE CHART - TM-5-4210-230-14P-1_419
TRUCK SERVICE MANUAL TM 5-4210-230-14&P-1 BRAKES-HYDRAULIC Before  installing  a  replacement  drum  wash the   drum   thoroughly   with   high   grade   denatured   alcohol   to remove  all  protective  grease,  oil  or  other  residue.   DO  NOT use gasoline, mineral spirits or oil. In   most   situations   replacement   drum,   whether   for previously speed nut retained type or swaged-on type, can be secured with the speed nuts (Fig.  20).  However, if swaging is desired, recommended procedure is as follows. 1. Obtain  appropriate  size  peen  punch  (SE-855-7  for 1/2" stud; SE-1103 for 9/16" stud). 2. Position new drum over studs in hub and temporarily fasten   it   against   hub   flange   by   placing   oversize washer  over  three  studs  and  tightening  wheel  nuts against them. 3. Using peen punch over stud, align stud and drum in press  with  stud  properly  supported.  Press  the  stud shoulder in place against drum. 4. Repeat pressing operation on next open stud. 5. Reposition   washers   and   repeat   pressing   operation until all studs have been swaged. 6. To  assure  hub  and  drum  concentricity,  take  a  light machining cut on drum in drum lathe. When  assemblying  hub  and  drum  together  on  medium  and heavy duty vehicles, pay special attention to the bolt heads so that they are ,aligned properly in the drum (Fig.  22). Fig.    22    Drum Bolt Alignment Refer  to  Torque  Chart  for  Bolt  Tightening  sequence and  proper  torque  values  of  hub  to  drum  mounting  bolts  as well as rim and wheel mountings. CTS-2779  Page 10 PRINTED IN UNITED STATES OF  AMERICA

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