How do you remove melex golf cart brake drum It has a keyway on axle?
The studs are attached to the drum, rather than the drum having holes for same to poke through. A puller of the "spider" type with 3 arms that can be secured to the studs with the wheelnuts, and a central screw that bears on the axle, will do the job. Often, an incompetent will leave burrs on the axle or drum, and pound the drum into place, making it almost impossible to remove. Also, you…
How to remove. 1988-1995 Kawasaki Klf Bayou 220 rear brake drum. 1. Remove the rear wheel 2. Pull the cover off the grove in the end of the brake drum. 3. Remove and discard the axle nut cotter pin. 4. Loosen and remove the axle nut and washer. 5. Slide the brake drum off the rear axle and remove it. Note: The brake drum should slide off the rear axle with little or no effort…
If you are removing a rear wheel from a riding mower with a square keyway, there is no need to remove the keyway. The tire and rim will slide off with it in place. The rim is slotted all the way through. After removing the wheel you can simply grab it with pliers if you need to remove it for some reason.
remove wheel remove brake drum remove brakes disconnect brake fluid line remove parking brake cable from backing plate remove four bolts attaching backing plate to axle housing remove wheel remove brake drum remove brakes disconnect brake fluid line remove parking brake cable from backing plate remove four bolts attaching backing plate to axle housing
To remove the axle shaft, first remove the wheel, and brake drum/rotor. Second, remove the differental cover. Third, remove the bolt holding the spider gear shaft, and remove that shaft. Fourth push inward on the axle shaft to remove the horseshoe clip on the inside. The axle shaft will now pull out.
Remove wheel, Remove drum or disc brake rotor,remove rear differental cover. Remove shaft between the spider gears that is held in by a lock bolt. Shove the axle from the outside toward the differential and remove the "C" clips that hold the axle in inside the diff. and then the axle can be removed.
remove front wheel, remove complete brake assembly (2 15 mm bolts) remove brake disk, remove old wheel bearing bolts, 3 13mm bolts from rear side, disconnect antilock brake wire, remove center axle nut, 33mm, tap end of axle to loosen axle from bearing, remove bearing. install new bearing with center axle nut torque 120 lb, 13 mm bolts with 85 lb torque, install brake disk and wheel.
Raise car securely, remove wheel, brake calipher and brake rotor. Remove the bolts on the inner part of the axle where is bolts to the transaxle. Place jack under lower control arm and then separate lower arm from spindle by removing the nut on the lower ball joint. Remove the axle nut and pull the spindle out from the axle while pushing the axle thru it. Reverse procedure. I hope this helps you. Mark
Remove the wheel and the brake caliper. Remove the two 18mm bolts that hold the brake caliper bracket, and remove it and the rotor. Remove the small bolt that holds the antilock brake sensor and remove the sensor. Remove the 32mm axle nut. The nut may be hard to remove but it is right hand thread. You can remove the two 18mm bolts from the bottom of the strut and swing the whole wheel bearing…
Jack up the rear of the quad (put a milk crate under it). Remove both wheels. Remove the chain. Apply the rear brake and loosen the nuts on the axle (right side). Remove the brake caliper & bracket. Remove the circlip, nuts and rotor. Slide the axle through the bearing carrier, from right to left (towards the chain and sprocket side