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On a ferguson ted20 tractor which is the primary brake shoe and are they the same on both hubs? that is top on both sides

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  • j_g_moran_54 Aug 24, 2010

    I am in process of rebuilding the brakes on my ferguson 20 tractor but I don't know which brake shoe is the primary brake shoe because my instructions are to fit the blue spring to the primary shoe and the red spring to the secondary shoe and both shoes are similar, and is the primary shoe in the same position on both hubs
    Regards John

  • j_g_moran_54 Aug 24, 2010

    I am trying to find out which brake shoe is the primary shoe and which is the secondary shoe so as to determine which spring goes where,

  • j_g_moran_54 Aug 26, 2010

    It was helpful but the shoes are mounted on the top and the bottom of the hub unlike a car where there are mounted at the front & rear of the hub, so I can take from your solution that the bottom shoe is the primary shoe.
    Regards & thank's
    John

  • robert black Dec 18, 2012

    the short spring goes toward the front of the tractor leaving the long spring to the adjuster

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The primary shoe is always the one that when activated its action is enhanced by the friction generated by the turning wheel - the one on the front of the tractor side. The secondary is the one in which the movement of the wheel tends to minimize its effects - the one to the back of the tractor.

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Yes they are the same,are you having any oil leakage from you axle,if you do you will have 2 seal, just replace the inner seal it cheap

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Yes, they are the same on both hubs and sold in a set of four. Click on the link below to view:

http://www.fixthatferguson.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=2_6&products_id=20

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SECTION 206-02: Drum Brake 1999 Cougar Workshop Manual REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION Procedure revision date: 09/14/2001 Brake Shoes Removal
  1. Loosen the wheel nuts.
  1. Raise and support the vehicle. For additional information, refer to Section 100-02.
  1. Remove the wheel.
  1. Release the brake shoe automatic adjuster.
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  1. Remove the brake drum.
    1. Remove the retainers (if equipped).
    1. Remove the drum.
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  1. Make sure that the hub flange is in the correct position as shown.
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  1. Remove the hold down springs.
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  1. Disconnect the parking brake cable.
    1. Lever the secondary shoe outwards.
    1. Disconnect the cable from the secondary shoe.
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  1. Disconnect the shoes from the anchor block.
    1. Disconnect the shoes from the anchor block.
    1. Remove the lower return spring.
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  1. Remove the primary shoe from the strut and brake shoe adjuster.
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    1. Remove the primary shoe.
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  1. ani_caut.gif CAUTION: Take care as the strut support spring is under tension.
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  1. Remove the parking brake return spring.
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  1. Install the parking brake return spring.
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  1. Install the secondary shoe to the strut and brake shoe adjuster.
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  1. Install the primary shoe to the strut and brake shoe adjuster.
    1. Install the primary shoe.
    1. Rotate the adjuster fully clockwise.
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  1. Install the upper return spring.
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  1. Remove the rubber band holding the wheel cylinder pistons in place.
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  1. Position the shoes to the anchor block.
    1. Install the lower return spring.
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  1. Install the hold down springs.
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  1. Install the parking brake cable.
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Tools:
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2. Floor Jack
3. Jack Stand Set
4. Mallet Hammer
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6. Flat Head Screwdriver
7. Needle Nose Pliers
8. Tire Iron
9. Brake Resetting Gauge

Supplies:
1. Brake Cleaner

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Step 1 * Secure your vehicle on a level surface, making sure your car will not roll or lean when jacked up.
o Tip: Safety Tip:Always wear safety glasses when working on your vehicle. Wear other personal protective equipment (PPE) when necessary, for example latex gloves or safety shoes.

Step 2 * Break the lug nuts loose but do not remove. Lift up your vehicle using a floor jack.
o Tip: Using an aftermarket floor jack, instead of the original equipment (OE) jack, can make the job easier and safer. Verify the condition of the floor jack before use.

o Tip: Lug nuts fasten the wheel to the hub and may be on very tight. To gain more leverage, use a breaker bar to loosen the nuts.

Step 3 * Secure the vehicle with jack stands on both sides for safety before starting any work. Do not rely on the jack to hold the vehicle up while working.

Step 4 * Remove the lug nuts. Remove the wheels.
o Tip: Make sure the parking brake is released before removing the brake drum.

Step 5 * Remove the brake drum. If necessary, back off the star wheel adjuster.
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Step 6 * Clean the brake assembly using a“wet wipe method”. This method uses a spray bottle with water and detergent. Do not use compressed air to clean the brakes. Inspect the brake shoes for wear or damage.
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Step 7 * Remove the primary and secondary brake shoe return springs from the anchor pin and brake shoes.
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Step 8 * Remove the adjuster cable and spring assembly. Remove the star adjusting screw and thread the adjuster all the way in.

Step 9 * Remove the front brake shoe retainer. Remove the front brake shoe and parking brake link.

Step 10 * Remove the parking brake lever from the rear brake shoe. Remove the rear brake shoe retainer and remove the rear brake shoe.
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