Table 2-1. Unit Level Preventive Maintenance Checks And Services for CUCV
Item To Be
UNDERSIDE OF TRUCK
DO NOT use a dry brush or com-
pressed air to clean brake shoes,
brake pads, or brake components.
There may be asbestos dust on
brake shoes, brake pads, and brake
components which can be danger-
ous to you if you breathe it. Brake
shoes, brake pads, and brake com-
ponents must be wet, and a soft
brush must be used. Failure to fol-
low this warning may result in seri-
ouS illness or death to personnel.
M1009 brake shoes are factory in-
stalled with bonded linings instead of
riveted linings. Lining should not be
less than 0.031 (0.80 mm) thick at any
a. Check brake shoes and brake pads
a. Worn or damaged
for damage or wear. Lining should not
drum or rotor.
be less than 0.031 (0.80 mm) between
rivets and lining.
b. Check brake drums and rotors for
damage or wear.
If your records show that your vehicie
has not accumulated 6,000 miles, the
wheel bearing service may be deferred
once until the next scheduled service,
12,000 miles is obtained, or until other
services are required (i.e. brake replace-
ment). No wheel bearing service will be
extended beyond 24 months/2 years.