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Thanks for the tip. Someone else had posted that same tip elsewhere on the site. I plan to throw them in my on-board tool box.I suggest keeping your caging bolts in the cab, clean and ready to use if you need them. After awhile, the corrosion from aluminium & steel render them useless and crack the pot if left in their holder.
Thanks for your support. It's been a lot of work, but will all be worth it.You certainly demonstrate more than just backyard wrenching experience. Very nice work brother! So this mod will not work for a M939 with 14R20 singles as the hubs are flipped?
I do not know the brand of grease off hand, but I ordered it from McMaster-Carr. I can get the brand name later today after work. Here's a link if you want to order some...You mind sharing the brand of clay based grease you used. When I do my front seals I'll be lubing the brakes too. Do you use this same grease on the wedges?
While the TMs do a good job of explaining disassembly and maintanence of the brakes, they can't compare to a thread like this. I've really come to appreciate this thread since it'll be my first time going into the fronts. Great job!
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