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ALLARD SERVICE MANUAL

ADJUSTMENT OF REAR BRAKES ON PHASE I

The hand lever and foot brake pedal operate the same pair of shoes in each rear drum by hydraulic

acting upon the shoes by moving a Pull rod which has two Roller pull Rod extends beyond the hydraulic cylinder of the bisector unit and is connected to the hand brake

Each bisector unit is attached to the brake plate by two bolts during adjustment it is free to slide vertically to centralise necessary as there is only one shoe adjuster attached to one ta

The shoe adjuster is situated inside the brake drum and is reac

ntil the hole is in line with the ovement in either direction will position the hole so that the teeth of the shoe adjuster screw may be reached with a narrow screwdrive

It is most important that there should not be any pull on the handbrake cable when adjusting the adjusting pin connecting the cable to the

The adjuster should be turned until the shoes are hard against

should be slackened off just enough to allow the wheel to rotat adjuster being screwed up again until the

If any difficulty is experienced in adjusting the shoes it should be ascertained that the bisector unit can m should be removed and (brakes being off) an attempt should be made to move the complete bisector unit up and down to an exten vement is possible rect tension is obtained by tightening the essed and then slackening off the nut

d to be only finger tight they

The shoe adjustment should be made in both rear drums and if the handbrake cable was disconnected

without any pull on the bisecto

gh to enable the pins to be inserted an be made in the length of the pull rod

but any big discrepancy must be met by extending the length of means of a threaded rod and wing nut on the base of the hand le increase the effective length of the cable by allowing the love

The Pedal Travel is adjusted by the Stop Screw Bearing on the B account should adjustment he carried out on the master Cylinder

The 'Fly off' Type Handbrake on earlier Models fitted with 'Pha later models fitted with 'Pha

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