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10 June, 08:18

During drum brake shoe installation, Technician A says the parking brake rear cable and conduit tension should be checked whenever the rear drum brakes are removed. Technician B says any grease will be suitable for lubricating the backing plate shoe pads. Who is correct?

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  1. 10 June, 08:25
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    Technician A

    Explanation:

    Technician A is absolutely correct because it's a safety or precautionary measure to take whenever the rear drum breaks are removed/changed to ensure it's fully functional.
  2. 10 June, 09:24
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    Answer: Technician A is correct.

    Explanation:

    It is very advisable to check the parking brake rear cable and conduit tension should be checked whenever the rear drum brakes are removed as a precautionary measure to detect any faults and check that they are in perfect working condition.

    Technician B is wrong because specific anti-seize grease must be used for lubricating the backing plate shoe pads and not just any grease.
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