Brake Panel and Drum
Brake Lining Wear Inspection
Refer to Brake Lining Wear Inspection in the Periodic Maintenance
Cam Lever Angle Adjustment
Refer to Cam Lever Angle Adjustment in the Periodic Maintenance
Brake Panel Removal
Remove the front or rear wheel (see Wheels/Tires chapter).
Separate the brake panel [A] from the wheel.
Brake Panel Installation
Installation is the reverse of removal.
Adjust the brake lever and pedal free play.
Brake Panel Disassembly
Do not depress the brake pedal deeply in order to separate the
brake rod from the brake cam lever joint, this may extend the
brake spring beyond its allowable spring extension.
Rotate the rear brake panel clockwise as far as it will go with
the brake rod inserted into the brake cam lever joint, then
depress the brake pedal lightly, the brake rod will be separated
from the brake cam lever joint.
Remove the wheel and separate the brake panel from the wheel.
Using a clean cloth around the linings to prevent grease or oil from
getting on them, remove and install the brake shoes [A] by pulling up
on the center of the linings.
Mark the position [A] of the cam lever before removal so that it can
be installed later in the same position.
Remove the brake cam lever.
Pull the brake camshaft out from the brake panel inside.