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Emergency brake cleaning
04/01/19 at 16:39:19
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Dear All,
I need to change the oil seal of the outgoing shaft on transfer box, as it's leaking into the emergency brake drum.
I have remove the 4 nuts but the rear shaft refuses to come off the drum's bolts. As I do not want to be hard on it, any recommendation to remove it. There's no rust at all.
Thanks in advance for your advise.
Patrick
  

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Re: Emergency brake cleaning
Reply #1 - 04/01/19 at 17:35:55
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Hi Patrick,
If you have removed the 4 bolts, give the drive shaft a few good hits with a dead-blow-hammer.  It will pop right off.  Don't be shy.  It can take this kind of abuse.

You might need a puller to get the companion flange to release from the drum/transfer case.
  

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Re: Emergency brake cleaning
Reply #2 - 04/02/19 at 14:25:27
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Hi,
Thanks for your answer. I'll be more persuasive then!
Cheers
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