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F6137 97153

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COMPONENT MAINTENANCE MANUAL


WITH ILLUSTRATED PARTS LIST

Main Landing Gear Carbon Brake Assembly

PN: 2-1577-1OPT1 2-1577-1OPT2


2-1577-2 2-1577-3
2-1577-4 2-1577-5
2-1577-6 2-1577-7
2-1577-8 2-1577-9

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Copyright © 1996

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TO: HOLDERS OF COMPONENT MAINTENANCE MANUAL FOR MAIN LANDING GEAR CARBON
BRAKE ASSEMBLY ATA 32-41-81
Revision No. 5, dated Apr 26/11 is attached and covers all components held by every operator.

REASON FOR REVISION:

CAUTION: THIS MANUAL SUPERSEDES THE PREVIOUS ISSUE: ALL THE PAGES OF THE
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TITLE PAGE R Revised to reflect this revision

RECORD OF REVISIONS R Revised to reflect this revision

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REVISIONS

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pages into the manual opposite the pages changed by this revision. Write the revision number, the date at
which you put the revision into the manual and your initials. Do not remove the yellow pages until you get
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SERVICE BULLETIN LIST

The Service Letters (SL) are usually released to give general data. But some Service Letters can contain more
data on procedures or modifications given to the component operator.

SB No. REV No. MOD No. INCORP. TITLE


DATE

1701 Jul 31/96 EDL® Return Policy for heat sink Repair
(MESSIER-BFGoodrich S.A. FRANCE).

1685 Jul 31/96 EDL® Return Policy for heat sink Repair
(BFGoodrich-MESSIER INC. U.S.A.).

2-1577-32-1 Jul 31/96 Improved life brake (MOD 54640) 2-1577 is


changed into 2-1577-1

1685 Aug 30/03 EDL® Return Policy for heat sink Repair
(Goodrich-Messier INC.).

1779 Aug 30/03 To introduce new (additional) part numbers


for rotor assemblies and end plate
assemblies.

1795 Aug 30/03 To introduce changes to stators that possibly


crack or break in service.

1818 Aug 30/03 To inform operators that the brake


temperature sensors for the brakes of
specific aircraft models will dimensionally fit
into one another.

1847 Aug 30/03 To introduce SAE-AMS2518 antiseize


compound as a replacement of MIL-T-5544
antiseize compound.

1851 Aug 30/03 To tell operators that the insulator retaining


ring, can be used only one time.

1873 Aug 30/03 To inform users that some preformed


packings can possibly cause leakage.

1879 Aug 30/03 Applying disinfectants to aircraft to help


to prevent the spread of foot-and-mouth
disease. Effects of chemicals on wheels and
brake assemblies. Application and Removal
Procedures.

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1915 Aug 30/03 To replace paint, PYROSIL 7G888, supplied


by AKZO Dexter company, with a new paint,
P/N LFSH066, supplied by BOLLORE JIVAL
company.

2-1577-32-4 Aug 30/03 To improve lubrication between the piston


housing hub bushing and axle sleeve.

2-1577-32-6 Aug 30/03 To introduce an alternate double-detent pin


for the cable bracket assembly.

2-1577-32-7 Sep 04/06 To introduce a visual and magnetic particle


inspection of the torque pins at each heat
sink change.

1975 Sep 04/06 To inform operators that some piston


preformed packings can possibly cause
leakage and to give procedures for inspection
and replacement of these packings.

2036 Sep 04/06 To introduce an optional scraper ring


assembly.

2-1577-32-8 Jul 16/07 To inform operators that some torque pins


can possibly have a crack in the flange
radius or some torque pins can possibly have
grinding burns and to give procedures to
identify such torque pins and replacement
of these torque pins.

2-1577-32-9 Jul 16/07 To introduce a new retainer clip.

2-1577-32-10 Jul 16/07 Conversion of current Brake Assemblies


P/N 2-1577-1 into P/N 2-1577-3 and P/N
2-1577-2 into P/N 2-1577-4.

2050 Sep 15/08 Introduction of a new paint primer.

2-1577-32-11 Sep 15/08 Introduction of the new backup rings.

2072 Sep 15/08 Introduction of the optional preformed


packing for the valve.

2-1577-32-12 1 Oct 12/09 Improvement of electrical bond between the


temperature sensor and the piston housing.

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2-1577-32-13 Oct 12/09 Conversion of current Brake Assemblies P/N


2-1577-4 and P/N 2-1577-5, to P/N 2-1577-6
configuration. This new configuration uses
two preformed packings, P/N 68-1360, and
no backup rings.

1821 Oct 12/09 Introduction of improved material for


preformed packings.

2091 1 Oct 12/09 Identification of catalyst oxidation of carbon


disks by visual inspection.

SL 0 Apr 26/11 Messier-Bugatti policy regarding preformed


F6137-32-3344 packings P/N NAS1611 and P/N NAS1612
procurement.

SL 0 Apr 26/11 Introduction of a new container for


F6137-32-3337 Messier-Goodrich, SA customer heat pack
exchanges.

SL 1 Apr 26/11 Replacement of preformed packings.


F6137-32-3341

2-1577-32-14 1 Apr 26/11 Introduction of Brake Assembly, P/N


2-1577-9, and conversion of Brake
Assemblies, P/Ns 2-1577-3 , 2-1577-4
and 2-1577-6, to Brake Assemblies , P/Ns
2-1577-7, 2-1577-8, and 2-1577-9.

SL 2130 0 Apr 26/11 Clarification of the conversion coating


(surface treatment) specifications:
MIL-C-5541, MIL-C-5541 Class 1A and
MIL-DTL-5541.

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PAGE
INTRODUCTION .................................................................................................................. INTRO 1
1. Introduction ................................................................................................................... INTRO 1
A. Layout .................................................................................................................... INTRO 1
B. General ................................................................................................................. INTRO 1
C. Publications ........................................................................................................... INTRO 3
D. Explanation of CAUTION and WARNING statements ........................................... INTRO 3
E. WARNING and DANGER statements that apply to specific parts of the manual .. INTRO 3
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION ....................................................................................... 1
1. Description and Operation ............................................................................................ 1
A. General ................................................................................................................. 1
B. Data ....................................................................................................................... 1
C. Description ............................................................................................................ 1
D. Operation .............................................................................................................. 13
TESTING AND FAULT ISOLATION ...................................................................................... 1001
1. Testing .......................................................................................................................... 1001
A. Reason for the job ................................................................................................. 1001
B. Job set-up information ........................................................................................... 1001
C. Job set-up ............................................................................................................. 1002
D. Procedure .............................................................................................................. 1002
(1) Initial steps .................................................................................................... 1002
(2) Measurement of the remaining length of the wear indicator pin (1-265) ....... 1003
(3) Flush and bleed procedures of the carbon brake .......................................... 1005
(4) Leakage test of the carbon brake .................................................................. 1005
(5) Low pressure leakage test of the carbon brake ............................................. 1006
(6) Operation tests of the carbon brake .............................................................. 1006
(7) Ground continuity test .................................................................................... 1009
(8) Last steps ...................................................................................................... 1009
2. Fault Isolation ................................................................................................................ 1010
A. Reason for the job ................................................................................................. 1010
B. Job set-up information ........................................................................................... 1010
C. Job set-up ............................................................................................................. 1010
D. Procedure .............................................................................................................. 1011
(1) Fault isolation of the carbon brake ................................................................. 1011

SCHEMATICS AND WIRING DIAGRAMS ........................................................................... NOT APPLICABLE


DISASSEMBLY ..................................................................................................................... 3001
1. Disassembly .................................................................................................................. 3001
A. Reason for the job ................................................................................................. 3001
B. Job set-up information ........................................................................................... 3001
C. Job set-up ............................................................................................................. 3002
D. Procedure .............................................................................................................. 3002
(1) Recommendation .......................................................................................... 3002
(2) Measurement of the remaining wear ............................................................. 3003
(3) Removal of the cable guide (1-275) .............................................................. 3004
(4) Removal of the temperature sensor assembly (1-250) .................................. 3005

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(5) Removal of the housing and adjuster piston assembly (1-010) from the
torque plate assembly (1-420) / heat sink (1-335) ......................................... 3006
(6) Removal of the heat sink ............................................................................... 3007
(7) Disassembly of the torque plate assembly .................................................... 3009
(8) Disassembly of the housing and adjuster piston assembly (1-010) .............. 3010
(9) Disassembly of the adjuster assembly (1-055) .............................................. 3012
CLEANING ........................................................................................................................... 4001
1. Cleaning ........................................................................................................................ 4001
A. Reason for the job ................................................................................................. 4001
B. Job set-up information ........................................................................................... 4001
C. Job set-up ............................................................................................................. 4002
D. Procedure .............................................................................................................. 4003
(1) Cleaning of the heat sink ............................................................................... 4003
(2) Cleaning of the temperature sensor .............................................................. 4006
(3) Cleaning of other parts .................................................................................. 4006
2. Paint removal from Piston Housing ............................................................................... 4007
A. Reason for the job ................................................................................................. 4007
B. Job set-up information ........................................................................................... 4007
C. Job set-up ............................................................................................................. 4007
D. Procedure .............................................................................................................. 4008
(1) Initial steps .................................................................................................... 4008
(2) Chemical procedure ...................................................................................... 4008
(3) Abrasive procedure ....................................................................................... 4009
3. Paint removal from the Torque Plate (1-425) ................................................................ 4010
A. Reason for the job ................................................................................................. 4010
B. Job set-up information ........................................................................................... 4010
C. Job set-up ............................................................................................................. 4010
D. Procedure .............................................................................................................. 4010
(1) Sand blast procedure .................................................................................... 4010
INSPECTION/CHECK .......................................................................................................... 5001
1. Inspection / Check ........................................................................................................ 5001
A. Reason for the job ................................................................................................. 5001
B. Job set-up information ........................................................................................... 5001
C. Job set-up ............................................................................................................. 5001
D. Procedure .............................................................................................................. 5002
(1) General .......................................................................................................... 5002
(2) Piston housing (1-020) .................................................................................. 5004
(3) Torque pin ...................................................................................................... 5008
(4) Torque plate assembly (1-420) ...................................................................... 5008
(5) Adjuster assembly (1-055) ............................................................................. 5011
(6) Bolts (1-465) .................................................................................................. 5014
(7) Heat shield assembly (1-415) ........................................................................ 5014
(8) Temperature sensor assembly (1-250) .......................................................... 5014
(9) Heat sink (1-335) ........................................................................................... 5015
(10) Cable guide (1-275) ....................................................................................... 5021
REPAIR ................................................................................................................................. 6001
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1. Repair - General ........................................................................................................... 6001


A. Reason for the job ................................................................................................. 6001
B. Job set-up information ........................................................................................... 6001
C. Job set-up ............................................................................................................. 6002
D. Procedure .............................................................................................................. 6002
(1) “Blend repair” procedure ............................................................................... 6002
(2) Corrosion removal from aluminium alloy parts .............................................. 6002
(3) Corrosion removal from steel parts ............................................................... 6003
(4) Temporary protection ..................................................................................... 6003
(5) Symbols on figures ........................................................................................ 6003
REPAIR 1 .............................................................................................................................. 6005
1. Repair 1 - Replacement of loose or damaged Bushings (1-030) and (1-025) in the 6005
Piston Housing (1-020) .................................................................................................
A. Reason for the job ................................................................................................. 6005
B. Job set-up information ........................................................................................... 6005
C. Job set-up ............................................................................................................. 6006
D. Procedure .............................................................................................................. 6006
(1) Removal of the torque arm bushings (1-030) ................................................ 6006
(2) Installation of the torque arm bushings (1-030) ............................................. 6007
(3) Removal of the hub bushings (1-025) ........................................................... 6011
(4) Installation of the hub bushings (1-025) ........................................................ 6012
REPAIR 2 .............................................................................................................................. 6017
1. Repair 2 - Replacement of the Bushing Assembly (1-428) in the Torque Plate 6017
(1-425) ..........................................................................................................................
A. Reason for the job ................................................................................................. 6017
B. Job set-up information ........................................................................................... 6017
C. Job set-up ............................................................................................................. 6018
D. Procedure .............................................................................................................. 6018
(1) Removal of the bushing assembly (1-428) .................................................... 6018
(2) Assembly of the bushing assembly (1-428) ................................................... 6018
(3) Installation of the bushing assembly (1-428) in the torque plate ................... 6018
REPAIR 3 .............................................................................................................................. 6021
1. Repair 3 - Repair of the Heat Shield assemblies (1-445) and (1-415) .......................... 6021
A. Reason for the job ................................................................................................. 6021
B. Job set-up information ........................................................................................... 6021
C. Job set-up ............................................................................................................. 6021
D. Procedure .............................................................................................................. 6022
(1) Repair of the heat shield assembly (1-445) ................................................... 6022
(2) Repair of the heat shield assembly (1-415) ................................................... 6024
REPAIR 4 .............................................................................................................................. 6025
1. Repair 4 - Repair of the Guide Sleeve (1-120) ............................................................. 6025
A. Reason for the job ................................................................................................. 6025
B. Job set-up information ........................................................................................... 6025
C. Job set-up ............................................................................................................. 6025
D. Procedure .............................................................................................................. 6025

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(1) Repair of the guide sleeve (1-120) ................................................................ 6025


REPAIR 5 .............................................................................................................................. 6027
1. Repair 5 - Repair of the Piston Housing (1-020) ........................................................... 6027
A. Reason for the job ................................................................................................. 6027
B. Job set-up information ........................................................................................... 6027
C. Job set-up ............................................................................................................. 6027
D. Procedure .............................................................................................................. 6028
(1) Repair of the piston housing (1-020) ............................................................. 6028
(2) Replacement of the Heli-Coil thread inserts (1-035) in the cable guide
(1-275) mounting holes ................................................................................. 6030
REPAIR 6 .............................................................................................................................. 6031
1. Repair 6 - Repair of the Torque Plate (1-425) ............................................................... 6031
A. Reason for the job ................................................................................................. 6031
B. Job set-up information ........................................................................................... 6031
C. Job set-up ............................................................................................................. 6032
D. Procedure .............................................................................................................. 6032
(1) Removal of corrosion or old paint residual on the torque tube ...................... 6032
(2) Repair of the torque plate (1-425) at the torque-button contact areas .......... 6032
(3) Repair the splines of the torque plate (1-425) ............................................... 6038
(4) Repair the splines with a maximum damage depth of 1,6 mm (0.063 in) by a
weld repair ..................................................................................................... 6038
(5) Repair of the threaded hole(s) in the torque plate (1-425) ............................ 6042
(6) Repair of the torque plate diameter at the bushing assembly (1-428)
location .......................................................................................................... 6044
REPAIR 7 .............................................................................................................................. 6047
1. Repair 7- Repair of the Cable Guide (1-275) ................................................................ 6047
A. Reason for the job ................................................................................................. 6047
B. Job set-up information ........................................................................................... 6047
C. Job set-up ............................................................................................................. 6047
D. Procedure .............................................................................................................. 6047
(1) Repair of the cable guide (1-275) broken at the location, where the loop is
welded together during manufacturing .......................................................... 6047
REPAIR 8 .............................................................................................................................. 6049
1. Repair 8 - Protection ..................................................................................................... 6049
A. Reason for the job ................................................................................................. 6049
B. Job set-up information ........................................................................................... 6049
C. Job set-up ............................................................................................................. 6049
D. Procedure .............................................................................................................. 6050
(1) Protection of the piston housing (1-020) ....................................................... 6050
(2) Protection of the torque plate (1-425) ............................................................ 6050
(3) Protection of the piston sleeve (1-060) .......................................................... 6051
(4) Protection of the pin retainer (1-105) ............................................................. 6052
(5) EDL® Return Policy for heat sink Repair ...................................................... 6055
ASSEMBLY ........................................................................................................................... 7001
1. Assembly ...................................................................................................................... 7001
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A. Reason for the job ................................................................................................. 7001


B. Job set-up information ........................................................................................... 7001
C. Job set-up ............................................................................................................. 7002
D. Procedure .............................................................................................................. 7002
(1) First steps ...................................................................................................... 7003
(2) Assembly of the piston (1-070) ...................................................................... 7004
(3) Assembly of the housing and adjuster piston assembly (1-010) ................... 7006
(4) Assembly of the torque plate assembly (1-420) ............................................ 7011
(5) Installation of the heat sink ............................................................................ 7012
(6) Assembly of the housing and adjuster piston assembly (1-010) with the
torque plate / heat sink assembly .................................................................. 7018
(7) Installation of the temperature sensor assembly (1-250) .............................. 7019
(8) Last steps ...................................................................................................... 7019
FITS AND CLEARANCES .................................................................................................... 8001
1. Fits and Clearances ...................................................................................................... 8001
A. General ................................................................................................................. 8001
B. Layout .................................................................................................................... 8001
C. Fits and clearances table ...................................................................................... 8002
2. Torque values ................................................................................................................ 8004
A. General ................................................................................................................. 8004
B. Torque values table ............................................................................................... 8004
SPECIAL TOOLS, FIXTURES, EQUIPMENT AND CONSUMABLES ................................. 9001
1. Special Tools, Fixtures and Equipment ......................................................................... 9001
A. General ................................................................................................................. 9001
B. Special tools and equipment table ........................................................................ 9001
2. Aqueous Cleaner Consumables ................................................................................... 9032
3. Other Consumables ...................................................................................................... 9035

SPECIAL PROCEDURES .................................................................................................... NOT APPLICABLE

REMOVAL ............................................................................................................................ NOT APPLICABLE

INSTALLATION ..................................................................................................................... NOT APPLICABLE

SERVICING .......................................................................................................................... NOT APPLICABLE


STORAGE AND TRANSPORTATION .................................................................................. 15001
1. Storage Instructions ...................................................................................................... 15001
A. Reason for the job ................................................................................................. 15001
B. Job set-up information ........................................................................................... 15001
C. Job set-up ............................................................................................................. 15001
D. Procedure .............................................................................................................. 15001
(1) Storage .......................................................................................................... 15001

REWORK (SERVICE BULLETIN ACCOMPLISHMENT PROCEDURES) ........................... NOT APPLICABLE


ILLUSTRATED PARTS LIST ................................................................................................ 10001

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1. Introduction to the Illustrated Parts List ........................................................................ 10001


A. Policy ..................................................................................................................... 10001
B. How to use the Illustrated Parts List ...................................................................... 10001
C. Revision ................................................................................................................ 10002
D. General ................................................................................................................. 10003
E. Words and Abbreviations used ............................................................................. 10004
VENDOR’S CODE LIST ............................................................................................... 10005
REFERENCE ALPHANUMERICAL INDEX .................................................................. 10007
DETAILED PARTS LIST ................................................................................................ 10015

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FIGURE TITLE PAGE

1 General view ............................................................................................................... 3


2 Hydraulic Connections according to Aircraft Wheel Positions .................................... 5
3 Assembly Cross Section Views .................................................................................. 7
4 Description of Heat Sink ............................................................................................. 9
5 New and Worn ”EDL®” Heat Sinks ............................................................................. 12
6 Operation .................................................................................................................... 14
7 Wear Indicator Pin ...................................................................................................... 16
1001 Measurement of the remaining length of the Wear Indicator Pin ................................ 1004
1002 Adjustment of the Wear Indicator Pins ........................................................................ 1008
3001 Marking of the Heat Sink ............................................................................................ 3008
4001 Cleaning of the Heat Sink ........................................................................................... 4005
5001 Hardness tests ............................................................................................................ 5006
5002 Check of the Piston Housing (1-020) .......................................................................... 5007
5003 Check of the Torque Plate Assembly (1-420) ............................................................. 5010
5004 Inspection of the Insulator Assembly .......................................................................... 5013
5005 Limits of edge and corner ships (Rotor assembly shown) .......................................... 5017
5006 Disk non-wear surfaces oxidation inspection method ................................................. 5018
5007 Disk non wear-surfaces oxidation inspection method ................................................. 5020
6001 Symbol legend ............................................................................................................ 6004
Replacement of the Torque arm Bushings (1-030) and repair of the Piston
Housing (1-020) (Sheet 1 of 2) ............................................................................... 6009
Replacement of the Torque arm Bushings (1-030) and repair of the Piston
Housing (1-020) (Sheet 2 of 2) ............................................................................... 6010
Replacement of the Hub Bushing (1-025) and repair of the Piston Housing (1-020)
(Sheet 1 of 2) .......................................................................................................... 6014
Replacement of the Hub Bushing (1-025) and repair of the Piston Housing (1-020)
(Sheet 2 of 2) .......................................................................................................... 6015
6004 Machining dimensions for Bushing Assembly (1-428) ................................................ 6020
6005 Repair of the Heat Shield (1-445) ............................................................................... 6023
6006 Repair of the Guide Sleeve (1-120) ............................................................................ 6026
6007 Blending of damaged area .......................................................................................... 6029
6008 Removal of corrosion or old paint residual on the torque tube (spline areas) ............. 6035
Repair of the Torque Plate (1-425) at the button contact area (Sheet 1 of 2) ......... 6036
Repair of the Torque Plate (1-425) at the button contact area (Sheet 2 of 2) ......... 6037
Splines repair of the Torque Plate (1-425) (Sheet 1 of 2) ....................................... 6040
Splines repair of the Torque Plate (1-425) (Sheet 2 of 2) ....................................... 6041
6011 Repair for the threaded holes in the Torque Plate (1-425) .......................................... 6043
6012 Machining dimensions for Torque Plate diameter at Bushing Assembly (1-428)
location ....................................................................................................................... 6045
6013 Protection of the Piston Housing (1-020) .................................................................... 6053
6014 Protection of the Torque Plate (1-425) ........................................................................ 6054
7001 Application of anti-seize compound ............................................................................ 7010
7002 Assembly of the Heat Sink (1-335A) and (1-335B) ..................................................... 7014
7003 Assembly of the Heat Sink (1-335C) and (1-335D) .................................................... 7015
7004 Assembly of the Heat Sink (1-335E), (1-335F), (1-335G) and (1-335H) .................... 7016
7005 Installation of Clips (1-410) ......................................................................................... 7017

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7006 Safetying ..................................................................................................................... 7020


8001 Location of Fits ........................................................................................................... 8003
9001 Heat sink protector assembly AC21910100 ................................................................ 9003
Drain AC21858200 (Sheet 1 of 2) .......................................................................... 9004
Drain AC21858200 (Sheet 2 of 2) .......................................................................... 9005
Removal/installation tool AC21866000 (Sheet 1 of 3) ............................................ 9006
Removal tool 114-1064 (Sheet 2 of 3) .................................................................... 9007
Removal tool 114-1065 (Sheet 3 of 3) .................................................................... 9008
Assembly tool AC21867000 (Sheet 1 of 2) ............................................................. 9009
Removal tool 114-1066 (Sheet 2 of 2) .................................................................... 9010
Installation tool AC21868010 (Sheet 1 of 6) ........................................................... 9011
Installation tool AC21868010 (Sheet 2 of 6) ........................................................... 9012
Installation tool 114-1069 (Sheet 3 of 6) ................................................................. 9013
Installation tool 114-1070 (Sheet 4 of 6) ................................................................. 9014
Installation tool 114-1071 (Sheet 5 of 6) ................................................................. 9015
Installation tool 114-1095 (Sheet 6 of 6) ................................................................. 9016
Installation tool AC21869000 (Sheet 1 of 2) ........................................................... 9017
Support tool F26619000 (Sheet 1 of 2) .................................................................. 9019
Compression tool Q46498 (Sheet 1 of 2) ............................................................... 9021
Compression tool 114-231 (Sheet 2 of 2) ............................................................... 9022
9009 Adapter Q47621 ......................................................................................................... 9023
Installation cone Q46500 (Sheet 1 of 2) ................................................................. 9024
Installation cone 114-245 (Sheet 2 of 2) ................................................................. 9025
Installation cone Q46676 (Sheet 1 of 2) ................................................................. 9026
Installation cone 114-1096 (Sheet 2 of 2) ............................................................... 9027
9012 Spatula 89901 ............................................................................................................. 9028
9013 Support for piston installation 114-552 ....................................................................... 9029
9014 Installation tool used to guide piston 114-1097 .......................................................... 9030
9015 Installation of the piston in the piston sleeve .............................................................. 9031

DETAILED PARTS LIST

01 Multiple Disk Brake ..................................................................................................... 10016

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TASK 32-41-81-871-801-A01
1. Introduction

A. Layout
(1) This manual gives the function of parts and gives maintenance information that is required
for full shop repair .

B. General
(1) The methods and procedures in this manual are intended to promote an effective
maintenance program. Deviations from the methods and procedures are acceptable if an
equally effective method is utilized, with full recognition of airworthiness requirements.
Maintenance practices must be consistent with standard shop procedures and shall not
jeopardize the performance of the brake assembly.

(2) Refer to the Table of Contents for the page location of sections or subsections.

(3) An explanation of the use of the Illustrated Parts List (IPL) section is provided in the
Introduction of that section.

(4) The Maintenance Task Oriented Support System (MTOSS) is used in this manual for task
and subtask identification. The maintenance tasks and other data have special MTOSS
numbers for the use of Electronic Data Processing (EDP). The user of the manual can
ignore the MTOSS numbers.

(5) The manual has been verified by simulation and will be revised as necessary to give current
data.

(6) Weights and measurements in the manual are in S.I. (International System of Units) metric
units that are followed by U.S. (English) units in parentheses. English units have a period for
the decimal point. Metric units have a comma for the decimal point. Large numbers with
five or more digits to the left of the decimal point have a space (not a comma) between the
"thousands" and "hundred" digits to prevent confusion with metric decimal points. Common
conversions and abbreviations are shown in the table that follows:

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S.I. UNITS ABBREVIATIONS U.S. STANDARD UNITS ABBREVIATIONS


Degrees Celsius °C Degrees Fahrenheit °F
(or centigrade)
Millimeter mm Inch in
Newton-meter N.m Pound force per foot or Pound lbf.ft or lbf.in
force per inch
Newton N Pound force lbf
Kilogram kg Pound (mass) lb
Gram g Ounce oz
Mega Pascal MPa Kilo square inch ksi
Bar bar Pound square inch psi
Square centimeter cm² Square inch in²
Cubic centimeter cm³ Cubic inch in³
Liter l Gallon US Gal

(7) Federal and MIL Specifications referred to in this manual can be ordered from:

DAPS
ASSIST
BLDG 4/D
700 ROBBINS AVENUE
PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA 19111
U.S.A.
TEL: +1 (215) 697-6257
INTERNET: http://assist.dla.mil/online/start/

(8) AMS specifications referred to in this manual can be ordered from:

SAE CUSTOMER SERVICE


400 COMMONWEALTH DRIVE
WARRENDALE, PENNSYLVANIA 15096-0001
U.S.A.
TEL: +1 (724) 776-4970
FAX: +1 (724) 776-0790
INTERNET: http://www.sae.org

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C. Publications
(1) This manual and its subsequent issues are available from the technical publication web
sites as follows:

– Messier-Goodrich S.A. customers use: http://www.messier-bugatti.com


– Goodrich-Messier Inc. customers use: http://gmwbtechpubs.goodrich.com

(2) This manual and its subsequent issues are shown in the Messier-Goodrich S.A. or
Goodrich-Messier Inc. INDEX OF PUBLICATIONS CR47449.

D. Explanation of CAUTION and WARNING statements


(1) Carefully read and obey all CAUTION and WARNING statements in this manual. Refer to the
descriptions of these statements that follow:

(a) A “CAUTION” statement is given to prevent damage to the component.


(b) A “WARNING” statement is given to prevent personal injury.

WARNING : THE USE OF REPLACEMENT PARTS THAT ARE NOT SPECIALLY APPROVED
BY MESSIER-GOODRICH S.A. OR GOODRICH-MESSIER INC., OR IGNORING
OF TORQUE LIMITS AND OTHER SPECIFIC VALUES GIVEN BY THIS
MANUAL, CAN CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY, OR
DEATH. USE ONLY MESSIER-GOODRICH S.A. OR GOODRICH-MESSIER INC.
APPROVED REPLACEMENT PARTS GIVEN IN THE ILLUSTRATED PARTS
LIST OF THIS MANUAL.

WARNING : THE CHEMICALS REFERRED TO IN THIS MANUAL ARE DANGEROUS TO


THE SKIN, EYES AND RESPIRATORY TRACT. BEFORE USE OF THESE
CHEMICALS, CAREFULLY READ AND OBEY INSTRUCTIONS ON EACH
CHEMICAL CONTAINER AND ON THE “MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET”
(USUALLY SUPPLIED WITH EACH CHEMICAL).

E. WARNING and DANGER statements that apply to specific parts of the manual
(1) Cadmium

(a) Obey the warnings below before you touch or do maintenance on parts that are cadmium
plated. Refer to the ILLUSTRATED PARTS LIST to identify the parts that can be
cadmium plated. The Occupational. Safety, and Health Administration (OSHA) sets
mandatory limits on exposure to cadmium dust (29 CFR 1910.1027).

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WARNING : DO NOT GET CADMIUM IN YOUR MOUTH. CADMIUM THAT IS


SWALLOWED CAN CAUSE KIDNEY OR REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM
DISEASE. AFTER YOU TOUCH CADMIUM PLATED PARTS, CLEAN
YOUR HANDS BEFORE YOU EAT OR SMOKE. GET SAFETY
INSTRUCTIONS FROM YOUR EMPLOYER. OBEY GOVERNMENT AND
OSHA REGULATIONS WHEN YOU DISCARD THE PARTS THAT CONTAIN
CADMIUM.

WARNING : DO NOT BREATHE CADMIUM PARTICLES, FUMES, OR DUST. THESE


PARTICLES, FUMES, OR DUST CAN CAUSE LUNG OR KIDNEY DISEASE.
IF MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES MAKE CADMIUM PARTICLES,
FUMES, OR DUST, TELL YOUR EMPLOYER TO SUPPLY RESPIRATORS,
VENTILATION, AND/OR PROCEDURES TO PREVENT EXPOSURE TO
PERSONNEL.

(b) The Occupational, Safety, and Health Administration (OSHA) has an applicable DANGER
warning (29 CFR 1910.1027 (m)(3)(ii)) as follows:
DANGER: CONTAINS CADMIUM. CANCER HAZARD. AVOID CREATING DUST. CAN
CAUSE LUNG AND KIDNEY DISEASE.

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DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION

TASK 32-41-81-870-801-A01
1. Description and Operation

A. General
(1) The carbon brake is installed on the left or right axles of the landing gear.
(2) The ”NORMAL” or ”EMERGENCY” supply is connected to one of the two hydraulic fitting
assemblies on the piston housing.
(3) Friction between the stator disks (attached to the brake) and the rotor disks (which turn
with the wheel) causes the brake to operate.
(4) The input of hydraulic fluid pressure into a set of seven pistons compresses the stator disks
and the rotor disks together and thus causes the friction.
(5) The brake torque rod transfers braking torque from the torque pin to the landing gear.
(6) The temperature sensor installed through the piston housing and into a torque lug of
the torque plate, is the sensing element of the monitoring system for the carbon brake
temperature. The temperature sensor supplies an electrical resistance which changes
with the heat released on brake application.

B. Data
(1) Characteristics of the carbon brake
– Weight: 126,6 kg (279.1 lb).
– Fluid used: Hydraulic fluid as per NSA 307110 type IV.
– Maximum brake pressure: 175 bar (2540 psi).
– Running clearance: 1,5 mm (0.059 in) minimum.
– Number of pistons: fourteen.
– ”NORMAL” system: seven.
– ”EMERGENCY” system: seven.

– Maximum wear of the heat sink: 58 mm (2.28 in).

(2) Characteristics of the temperature sensor


(a) Refer to the CMM 32-41-54.

C. Description
(1) General
(Ref. Fig. 1)
(a) The carbon brake assembly is made of three primary parts:
– The piston housing assembly.
– The torque plate assembly.
– The heat sink.

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(b) Fourteen bolts and fourteen washers attach the complete piston housing to the torque
plate assembly with the heat sink.
(c) The carbon brake has a temperature sensor installed through the piston housing and into
a torque lug on the torque plate.

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General view
FIGURE 1/GRAPHIC32-41-81-991-001-A01

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(2) Piston housing assembly

(a) The piston housing assembly has fourteen adjuster assemblies, two hydraulic fitting
assemblies, two valves and two lubrication fittings (four lubrication fittings after
accomplishment of SB 2-1577-32-4). The lubrication fittings lubricate the bearing
surfaces of the axle and the torque pin.
(b) The piston housing assembly, made of aluminum alloy has two systems which operate
independently (“NORMAL” and “EMERGENCY” systems).
– Each system has a self-sealing hydraulic fitting assembly and a valve. ((Ref. Fig. 1
and , Ref. Fig. 2), Detail 1).
– Each system is connected to seven piston cavities.
– Each piston cavity contains an adjuster assembly.

(c) For each brake unit, the main hydraulic system used can be different. It depends on
the aircraft position of the wheel in which the brake unit is mounted. (Ref. Fig. 2 and
, Ref. Fig. 3):
– Main hydraulic circuit input for wheel positions: 1, 3, 5 and 7.
– Main hydraulic circuit input for wheel positions: 2, 4, 6 and 8.
– For assisting in service difficulty, the pistons are conventionally numbered ((Ref. Fig. 2)
Detail 2).

(d) The piston housing assembly also has a torque pin which prevents movement of the
brake assembly on the landing gear.
(e) Each adjuster assembly is made of ((Ref. Fig. 3), Detail A):
– A piston sleeve.
– A piston.
– A scraper ring.
– An insulator assembly which slows the transfer of heat from the heat sink to the piston
and piston housing assembly.
– A spring which is compressed between a spring guide and the bottom of the piston.
The spring holds the guide against the retaining ring installed in the piston.
– An adjuster tube which goes through the spring guide.
– An adjuster pin with an attached ball which holds this tube against the spring guide.
– A pin retainer which holds the adjuster pin at one end of the piston sleeve.
– Seals and back-up rings which provide internal and external sealing efficiency.

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Hydraulic Connections according to Aircraft Wheel Positions


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(3) Torque plate assembly

(a) The torque plate made up of steel is cylindrical and has a flange at one of its ends.
Eighteen splines, which are at an equal distance from one another, are machined on
its outer surface. These splines engage the pressure plate and middle stator disks
and prevents their rotation.
(b) One of these splines is wider than the others. This spline, which is longitudinally drilled
for the probe of the temperature sensor.
(c) A bush assembly, which is an interference fit in the internal flange of the torque plate, is
used as a guide for the brake on the wheel axle.
(d) A heat shield, attached by three bolts, three washers and three fillister rivnuts or by three
bolts, six washers and three nuts, is installed in the torque plate assembly.

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Assembly Cross Section Views


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(4) Heat sink


(Ref. Fig. 3, Ref. Fig. 4 and , Ref. Fig. 5)

(a) The carbon heat sink is made up of:


– One pressure plate assembly.
– Five rotor assemblies.
– Four stators assemblies.
– One end plate assembly.

(b) The rotor clips and clip retainers on the rotors prevent damage to carbon when the
torque bars in the wheel cause the rotor assemblies to turn.
(c) The clips which are installed on the pressure plate prevent damage to carbon caused by
the splines of the torque plate when the carbon brake is operated (after accomplishment
of SB 2-1577-32-10).
(d) The heat sink is of the (EDL®) type (Ref. Fig. 5). It has rotors that are a different
thickness than the stators. When the heat sink is worn out, only the set of six thin stators
(includes pressure plate and end plate) or five thin rotors have to be replaced. The disks
that remain again for a second life (after a machining procedure) have to be reused. For
the renovation process for a worn heat sink , Ref. Fig. 5).

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Description of Heat Sink (Sheet 1 of 3)


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Description of Heat Sink (Sheet 2 of 3)


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Description of Heat Sink (Sheet 3 of 3)


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New and Worn ”EDL®” Heat Sinks


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(5) Temperature sensor

(a) Refer to the CMM 32-41-54.

D. Operation
(Ref. Fig. 5)
(Ref. Fig. 6)

(1) Carbon brake not operated

(a) The carbon brake is not pressurized.


(b) The rotor assemblies can turn between the stator assemblies with a total clearance
between these parts that is the same as dimension “C” (CLEARANCE “C” is called
“running clearance” 1,5 mm (0.059 in).

(2) Carbon brake operation

(a) The hydraulic pressure supplied through one of the inlet ports (NORMAL or
EMERGENCY) of the piston housing operates the seven pistons at the same time.
(b) The pistons move and push the pressure plate, which compresses the stator and rotor
assemblies against the end plate.
(c) The friction between the stator and rotor assemblies causes braking.
(d) The piston moves and compresses the compression spring between the spring guide
and the piston. The adjuster pin, the ball, the self-locking nut and the adjuster tube do
not move and keep the spring guide in position.
(e) The piston touches the end of the spring guide when the clearance “C” is taken up.
Clearance ”C” can be called ”running clearance”.
(f) Wear “U” of the heat sink makes necessary an added movement of the piston, which
pushes the spring guide and the adjuster tube to a new position on the ball.
(g) The ball expands the adjuster tube which allows the added movement of the piston.

(3) Carbon brake release


(Ref. Fig. 6)

(a) When the pressure decreases, the return spring of each piston pushes the piston and
the spring guide to a position that maintains the total initial clearance “C”. This cancels
the force transmitted by the pressure plate and, as a result, releases the braking torque
in the heat sink.

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Operation
FIGURE 6/GRAPHIC32-41-81-991-006-A01

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(4) Wear indicator pin


(Ref. Fig. 7)

(a) When the wear of the heat sink is maximum, the end of the wear indicators are aligned
(“flush”) with the piston housing.

(5) Temperature Sensor


(Ref. Fig. 1)

(a) The heat released when the carbon brake is operated causes the temperature of the
probe to increase.
(b) The increase in temperature causes a potential voltage at the alumel-chromel junction.
This voltage that is caused across pins “A” and “C” of the connector is transmitted to
the monitoring system.

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Wear Indicator Pin


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TESTING AND FAULT ISOLATION

TASK 32-41-81-700-801-A01
1. Testing

A. Reason for the job


(1) A carbon brake is possibly sent to the repair shop for the two causes that follow:
(a) Full wear of the heat sink (1-335) (the wear indicator pins (1-265) are aligned (“flush”)
with the piston housing (1-020)).
(b) Deterioration / Failure caused by:
– Hydraulic leakage.
– Overheating caused by a rejected take-off (refer to the INSPECTION / CHECK section).
– Overheating caused by a dragging brake (refer to the INSPECTION / CHECK section).

B. Job set-up information


(1) Tools, fixtures and equipment
(a) The table below gives the tools, fixtures and equipment necessary to do the test of
the component.
NOTE: You can use alternatives for the listed items.

NOTE: Refer to the SPECIAL TOOLS, FIXTURES, EQUIPMENT AND


CONSUMABLES section for full details.

REFERENCE QTY NAME


Commercially available 1 Ground continuity tester
(Thomson double bridge with a range of 100
microhms to 11 ohms)
AC21858200 1 Drain hose
HTE711-218A 1 Hydraulic fitting
F26619000 1 Support tool

(2) Consumables
(a) The table below gives the consumables necessary to do the test of the component.
NOTE: You can use alternatives for the listed items.

NOTE: Refer to the SPECIAL TOOLS, FIXTURES, EQUIPMENT AND


CONSUMABLES section for full details.

REFERENCE NAME
Hydraulic fluid as per NSA 307110 type IV Hydraulic fluid

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(3) Referenced information

REFERENCE DESIGNATION
ILLUSTRATED PARTS LIST, Fig. IPL 01 Main Landing Gear Carbon Brake Assembly

C. Job set-up
(1) Test conditions

(a) Do all the tests in normal standard test laboratory ambient conditions:
– Ambient temperature: 25 ± 15 °C (77 ± 59 °F).
– Ambient barometric pressure: 840 to 1070 mbar (12.18 to 15.52 psi).
– Relative humidity: Less than 85 %.

(b) For each carbon brake sent to the repair shop, include the remaining length of the wear
indicator pin (1-265) with the carbon brake. This dimension is usually measured on the
aircraft with the park brake pressure. If this was not done, refer to the procedure that
follows: (Ref. SUBTASK 32-41-81-700-002-A01).

D. Procedure
(Ref. Fig. IPL 01)

WARNING : HYDRAULIC FLUID IS FLAMMABLE AND DANGEROUS TO THE EYES, SKIN


AND RESPIRATORY TRACT. YOU MUST USE SKIN AND EYES PROTECTION
EQUIPMENT. PREVENT REPEATED CONTACT OR CONTACT FOR A LONG
TIME WITH HYDRAULIC FLUID. GOOD GENERAL AIR FLOW IS USUALLY
SUFFICIENT.

CAUTION: DO THE TESTS IN NORMAL STANDARD TEST LABORATORY AMBIENT


CONDITIONS.

CAUTION: DO A CALIBRATION CHECK OF THE INSTRUMENTS BEFORE YOU USE THEM.

SUBTASK 32-41-81-700-001-A01
(1) Initial steps

(a) Remove the tool AC21910100 from the heat sink (1-335).

(b) Remove the protective cap (1-231) from each hydraulic fitting assembly (1-230).

(c) Connect the carbon brake to the tool HTE711-218A.

(d) Remove the protective cap (1-215) from each valve (1-200).

(e) Connect the one end of the tool AC21858200 to each valve (1-200) and place the other
end to the drip tray.

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SUBTASK 32-41-81-700-002-A01
(2) Measurement of the remaining length of the wear indicator pin (1-265)

CAUTION: MAKE SURE THAT NO HYDRAULIC FLUID FALLS ON THE HEAT SINK
(1-335). THROUGHOUT ALL THE TESTS, NO EXTERNAL SEEPAGE
THROUGH THE WALLS MUST BE OBSERVED.

CAUTION: DO NOT PRESSURIZE THE CARBON BRAKE THROUGH THE TWO


CIRCUITS AT THE SAME TIME.

NOTE: Do this test only if the remaining length of the wear indicator pins (1-265) was
not measured on the aircraft.

(a) Apply a pressure between 165 and 185 bar (2400 and 2685 psi) to one of the two circuits
of the carbon brake.

(b) Measure the length of the wear indicator pins (1-265) (Ref. Fig. 1001).

NOTE: If the end of the wear indicator pins (1-265) are aligned (“flush”) with the piston
housing assembly (1-015), the heat sink (1-335) is fully worn.

(c) Decrease the pressure to zero.

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Measurement of the remaining length of the Wear Indicator Pin


FIGURE 1001/GRAPHIC32-41-81-991-008-A01

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SUBTASK 32-41-81-710-001-A01
(3) Flush and bleed procedures of the carbon brake

CAUTION: MAKE SURE THAT NO HYDRAULIC FLUID FALLS ON THE HEAT SINK
(1-335). THROUGHOUT ALL THE TESTS, NO EXTERNAL SEEPAGE
THROUGH THE WALLS MUST BE OBSERVED.

CAUTION: INSTALL THE CARBON BRAKE IN THE SAME POSITION AS IT WOULD BE


ON THE AIRCRAFT.

(a) Flush procedure:


1 Loosen the body assembly (1-205) of each valve (1-200) (one or two turns).
2 Flush the carbon brake to remove contamination from the hydraulic lines with a
cycled pressure from 0 to 100 bar (0 to 1450 psi).
NOTE: The contamination class of the hydraulic fluid must be less than or equal to
7 as per NAS 1638 standard.

3 Decrease the pressure to zero.

(b) Bleed procedure:


1 Slowly supply a pressure and let out the hydraulic fluid and air through the valves
(1-200). Continue to supply a pressure until the air bubbles are fully removed.
2 Decrease the pressure to zero.
3 Torque the body assembly (1-205) of each valve (1-200) to a load of between 5,6
and 8,5 N.m (50 and 75 lbf.in).
4 Remove the tool AC21858200 from each valve (1-200).
5 Install a protective cap (1-215) on each valve (1-200).
6 Torque the protective cap (1-215) of each valve (1-200) to a load of between 0,8
and 1,1 N.m (7 and 10 lbf.in).

SUBTASK 32-41-81-790-001-A01
(4) Leakage test of the carbon brake

CAUTION: MAKE SURE THAT NO HYDRAULIC FLUID FALLS ON THE HEAT SINK
(1-335). THROUGHOUT ALL THE TESTS, NO EXTERNAL SEEPAGE
THROUGH THE WALLS MUST BE OBSERVED.

CAUTION: DO NOT PRESSURIZE THE CARBON BRAKE THROUGH THE TWO


CIRCUITS AT THE SAME TIME.

(a) Slowly apply a pressure of between 207 and 210 bar (3000 and 3045 psi) to one of
the two circuits of carbon brake.
(b) Hold this pressure for five minutes and make sure that there are no external leakage and
no pressure drop.

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(c) Decrease the pressure to zero.


(d) Do the same test on the other circuit.

SUBTASK 32-41-81-780-001-A01
(5) Low pressure leakage test of the carbon brake

CAUTION: MAKE SURE THAT NO HYDRAULIC FLUID FALLS ON THE HEAT SINK
(1-335). THROUGHOUT ALL THE TESTS, NO EXTERNAL SEEPAGE
THROUGH THE WALLS MUST BE OBSERVED.

(a) Apply a pressure of between 0,2 and 0,5 bar (3 and 7 psi) to the two circuits of the
carbon brake.
(b) Hold this pressure for five minutes and make sure that there are no external leakage and
no pressure drop.
(c) Decrease the pressure to zero.

SUBTASK 32-41-81-700-003-A01
(6) Operation tests of the carbon brake

CAUTION: MAKE SURE THAT NO HYDRAULIC FLUID FALLS ON THE HEAT SINK
(1-335). THROUGHOUT ALL THE TESTS, NO EXTERNAL SEEPAGE
THROUGH THE WALLS MUST BE OBSERVED.

CAUTION: DO NOT PRESSURIZE THE CARBON BRAKE THROUGH THE TWO


CIRCUITS AT THE SAME TIME.

NOTE: After the accomplishment of steps (a) and (b), do again all the tests on the other
circuit.

(a) Check of the running clearance:


1 Apply a pressure between 207 and 210 bar (3000 and 3045 psi) to one of the two
circuits of the carbon brake. Then decrease the pressure between 6 and 7 bar (87
and 100 psi).
2 Check that the running clearance between the pressure plate assembly (1-340) and
the piston (1-070) is 1,5 mm (0.06 in) minimum.
NOTE: For a partially worn heat sink, the minimum permitted clearance between
the pressure plate and the piston insulators is 1,0 mm (0.04 in).

(b) Operation tests:


1 Gradually apply a pressure between 207 and 210 bar (3000 and 3045 psi) to one
of the two circuits of the carbon brake.
2 Make sure that the seven pistons (1-070) of the circuit come out almost at the same
time.

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3 Decrease the pressure to between 17 and 18 bar (245 and 260 psi).
4 Rotor 1 must not be free to be turned by hand.
5 Decrease the pressure to between 10 and 12 bar (145 and 170 psi).
6 Rotor 1 must be free to be turned by hand.
7 Change the pressure from 0 to 69 bar (0 to 1000 psi) for five times to make sure that
the operation of piston/adjuster mechanism is satisfactory.
8 Decrease the pressure to zero.

(c) Adjustment of the wear indicators pin (new heat sink):


1 Apply a pressure of between 165 and 185 bar (2400 and 2685 psi) to the carbon
brake.
2 Push on the end of each wear indicator pin (1-265). This makes sure that the wear
indicator pins (1-265) touch the pressure plate assembly (1-340).
3 Hold the pressure, then cut the wear indicator pins (1-265) to get a remaining length of
between 56,4 and 58 mm (2.22 and 2.28 in) from the reference face (Ref. Fig. 1002).
4 Decrease the pressure to zero.

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Adjustment of the Wear Indicator Pins


FIGURE 1002/GRAPHIC32-41-81-991-009-A01

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SUBTASK 32-41-81-750-001-A01
(7) Ground continuity test

WARNING : DO NOT GET CADMIUM IN YOUR MOUTH. CADMIUM THAT IS


SWALLOWED CAN CAUSE KIDNEY OR REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM
DISEASE. AFTER YOU TOUCH CADMIUM PLATED PARTS, CLEAN
YOUR HANDS BEFORE YOU EAT OR SMOKE. GET SAFETY
INSTRUCTIONS FROM YOUR EMPLOYER. OBEY GOVERNMENT AND
OSHA REGULATIONS WHEN YOU DISCARD THE PARTS THAT CONTAIN
CADMIUM.

WARNING : DO NOT BREATHE CADMIUM PARTICLES, FUMES, OR DUST. THESE


PARTICLES, FUMES, OR DUST CAN CAUSE LUNG OR KIDNEY DISEASE.
IF MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES MAKE CADMIUM PARTICLES,
FUMES, OR DUST, TELL YOUR EMPLOYER TO SUPPLY RESPIRATORS,
VENTILATION, AND/OR PROCEDURES TO PREVENT EXPOSURE TO
PERSONNEL.

The Occupational, Safety, and Health Administration (OSHA) has an applicable DANGER
warning (29 CFR 1910.1027 (m)(3)(ii)) as follows:
DANGER: CONTAINS CADMIUM. CANCER HAZARD. AVOID CREATING DUST. CAN CAUSE
LUNG AND KIDNEY DISEASE.
NOTE: The following test is optional and is let to the shop convenience.

(a) Connect the ground continuity tester between the connector of the temperature sensor
assembly (1-250) and the torque arm bushing (1-030). The torque arm bushings (1-030)
can be cadmium plated.

1 Test locations are as follows:


– Temperature sensor assembly (1-250): any location on the temperature sensor
housing.
– Piston housing (1-020): any location that does not contain either paint or primer
(repaired area next to the temperature sensor assembly (1-250), hub bushing
(1-025) or torque arm bushing (1-030)). The hub bushing (1-025) and the torque
arm bushing (1-030) can be cadmium plated.

(b) Make sure that the resistance is not more than 20 milliohms.

SUBTASK 32-41-81-700-004-A01
(8) Last steps

(a) Disconnect the carbon brake from the tool HTE711-218A.

(b) Install the protective cap (1-231) on each hydraulic fitting assembly (1-230).

(c) Install the tool AC21910100 on the heat sink (1-335).

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TASK 32-41-81-800-001-A01
2. Fault Isolation

A. Reason for the job


Self-explanatory.

B. Job set-up information


(1) Tools, fixtures and equipment

Not applicable.

(2) Consumables

Not applicable.

(3) Referenced information

REFERENCE DESIGNATION
ILLUSTRATED PARTS LIST, Fig. IPL 01 Main Landing Gear Carbon Brake Assembly
SUBTASK 32-41-81-040-002-A01 Disassembly of the housing and adjuster piston
assembly (1-010)
SUBTASK 32-41-81-040-003-A01 Disassembly of adjuster assembly (1-055)
SUBTASK 32-41-81-200-005-A01 Adjuster assembly (1-055)
SUBTASK 32-41-81-440-002-A01 Assembly of the piston (1-070)
SUBTASK 32-41-81-440-003-A01 Assembly of the housing and adjuster piston
assembly (1-010)
SUBTASK 32-41-81-790-001-A01 Leakage test of the carbon brake

C. Job set-up
Not applicable.

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D. Procedure
(Ref. Fig. IPL 01)

SUBTASK 32-41-81-810-001-A01
(1) Fault isolation of the carbon brake

WARNING : DO NOT GET CADMIUM IN YOUR MOUTH. CADMIUM THAT IS


SWALLOWED CAN CAUSE KIDNEY OR REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM
DISEASE. AFTER YOU TOUCH CADMIUM PLATED PARTS, CLEAN
YOUR HANDS BEFORE YOU EAT OR SMOKE. GET SAFETY
INSTRUCTIONS FROM YOUR EMPLOYER. OBEY GOVERNMENT AND
OSHA REGULATIONS WHEN YOU DISCARD THE PARTS THAT CONTAIN
CADMIUM.

WARNING : DO NOT BREATHE CADMIUM PARTICLES, FUMES, OR DUST. THESE


PARTICLES, FUMES, OR DUST CAN CAUSE LUNG OR KIDNEY DISEASE.
IF MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES MAKE CADMIUM PARTICLES,
FUMES, OR DUST, TELL YOUR EMPLOYER TO SUPPLY RESPIRATORS,
VENTILATION, AND/OR PROCEDURES TO PREVENT EXPOSURE TO
PERSONNEL.

The Occupational, Safety, and Health Administration (OSHA) has an applicable DANGER
warning (29 CFR 1910.1027 (m)(3)(ii)) as follows:
DANGER: CONTAINS CADMIUM. CANCER HAZARD. AVOID CREATING DUST. CAN CAUSE
LUNG AND KIDNEY DISEASE.

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FAULT POSSIBLE CAUSES CORRECTION


Hydraulic leakage between Preformed packing (1-045) Replace the preformed
piston housing (1-020) and defective. packing (1-045) (Ref.
adjuster assembly (1-055). SUBTASK 32-41-81-040-
003-A01) and (Ref. SUBTASK
32-41-81-440-002-A01).
Do the leakage tests
again (Ref. SUBTASK
32-41-81-790-001-A01).
Hydraulic leakage between Preformed packing (1-080) Replace the preformed
piston sleeve (1-060) and defective. packing (1-080) (Ref.
piston (1-070). SUBTASK 32-41-81-040-
003-A01) and (Ref. SUBTASK
32-41-81-440-002-A01).
Do the leakage tests
again (Ref. SUBTASK
32-41-81-790-001-A01).
Hydraulic leakage between Preformed packing (1-090) Replace the preformed
piston (1-070) and adjuster pin defective. packing (1-090) (Ref.
(1-110). SUBTASK 32-41-81-040-
003-A01) and (Ref. SUBTASK
32-41-81-440-002-A01).
Do the leakage tests
again (Ref. SUBTASK
32-41-81-790-001-A01).
Hydraulic leak between piston Preformed packing (1-210B) Replace the preformed
housing (1-020) and valves defective. packing (1-210B)
(1-200). (Ref. SUBTASK
32-41-81-040-003-A01)
and (Ref. SUBTASK
32-41-81-440-002-A01).
Do the leakage tests
again (Ref. SUBTASK
32-41-81-790-001-A01).
Hydraulic leakage between Preformed packing (1-225) Replace preformed packing
piston housing (1-020) defective. (1-225) (Ref. SUBTASK
and hydraulic fitting 32-41-81-040-003-A01)
assembly(1-230). and (Ref. SUBTASK
32-41-81-440-002-A01).
Do the leakage tests
again (Ref. SUBTASK
32-41-81-790-001-A01).

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FAULT POSSIBLE CAUSES CORRECTION


Brake has less than minimum Weak retracting springs Check the spring
clearance (1 mm (0.04 in)) (1-125). load as shown in the
when 6 - 7 bar (87 - 100 psi) is INSPECTION/CHECK section
applied. and replace if load is less
than the limit (Ref. SUBTASK
32-41-81-200-005-A01).
Overheating brake or brake High back pressure. Test hydraulic system and
that does not fully release. correct cause of high back
pressure.
Weak retracting springs Check the spring
(1-125). load as shown in the
INSPECTION/CHECK section
and replace if load is less
than the limit (Ref. SUBTASK
32-41-81-200-005-A01).
Soft or split adjuster tubes Replace the adjuster tube
(1-140). (1-140) (Ref. SUBTASK
32-41-81-040-003-A01)
and (Ref. SUBTASK
32-41-81-440-002-A01).
Adjuster pin (1-110) broken Replace the adjuster pin
or self-locking nut (1-150) (1-110) or the self-locking
disengaged. The self nut (1-150) (Ref. SUBTASK
locking-nut (1-150) can 32-41-81-040-003-A01)
be cadmium plated. and (Ref. SUBTASK
32-41-81-440-002-A01).
The self locking-nut (1-150)
can be cadmium plated.
The ground resistance is more The mating surfaces are not Clean the mating surfaces
than 20 milliohms. clean or the temperature as written in the CLEANING
sensor assembly (1-250) is section and make sure that
not correctly installed. the temperature sensor
assembly (1-250) is correctly
installed (Ref. SUBTASK
32-41-81-410-005-A01).

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DISASSEMBLY

TASK 32-41-81-000-801-A01
1. Disassembly

A. Reason for the job


(1) Possible causes for which a carbon brake is disassembled
(a) Full wear of the heat sink assembly:
– The heat sink (1-335) is fully worn (the wear indicator pins (1-265) are aligned (“flush”)
with the piston housing (1-020)).

(b) Deterioration / failure:


– Type of defect found in operation or during the tests that will not make it necessary to
fully disassemble the carbon brake. Refer to the TESTING AND FAULT ISOLATION
section to find the necessary level of disassembly.

(2) Disassembly gives step-by-step instructions for a complete disassembly of the component in
a logical sequence and to access any faulty sub-assembly and parts.

B. Job set-up information


(1) Tools, fixtures and equipment
(a) The table below gives the tools, fixtures and equipment necessary to disassemble the
component.
NOTE: You can use alternatives for the listed items.

NOTE: Refer to the SPECIAL TOOLS, FIXTURES, EQUIPMENT AND


CONSUMABLES section for full details.

REFERENCE QTY NAME


AC21910100 1 Protective tool
F26619000 1 Support tool
Q47621 1 Adaptor
Q46498 1 Compression tool
Alt. 114-231
89901 1 Spatula

(2) Consumables
(a) The table below gives the consumables necessary to disassemble the component.
NOTE: You can use alternatives for the listed items.

NOTE: Refer to SPECIAL TOOLS, FIXTURES, EQUIPMENT AND CONSUMABLES


section for full details.

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REFERENCE NAME
Commercially available Adhesive tape

(3) Referenced information

REFERENCE DESIGNATION

ILLUSTRATED PARTS LIST, Fig. IPL 01 Main Landing Gear Carbon Brake Assembly
(Exploded view)
Component Maintenance Manual 32-41-54 Component Maintenance Manual of the
Temperature Sensor

C. Job set-up
Not applicable.

D. Procedure
(Ref. Fig. IPL 01)
SUBTASK 32-41-81-000-001-A01
(1) Recommendation

WARNING : DO NOT GET CADMIUM IN YOUR MOUTH. CADMIUM THAT IS


SWALLOWED CAN CAUSE KIDNEY OR REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM
DISEASE. AFTER YOU TOUCH CADMIUM PLATED PARTS, CLEAN
YOUR HANDS BEFORE YOU EAT OR SMOKE. GET SAFETY
INSTRUCTIONS FROM YOUR EMPLOYER. OBEY GOVERNMENT AND
OSHA REGULATIONS WHEN YOU DISCARD THE PARTS THAT CONTAIN
CADMIUM.

WARNING : DO NOT BREATHE CADMIUM PARTICLES, FUMES, OR DUST. THESE


PARTICLES, FUMES, OR DUST CAN CAUSE LUNG OR KIDNEY DISEASE.
IF MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES MAKE CADMIUM PARTICLES,
FUMES, OR DUST, TELL YOUR EMPLOYER TO SUPPLY RESPIRATORS,
VENTILATION, AND/OR PROCEDURES TO PREVENT EXPOSURE TO
PERSONNEL.

The Occupational, Safety, and Health Administration (OSHA) has an applicable DANGER
warning (29 CFR 1910.1027 (m)(3)(ii)) as follows:
DANGER: CONTAINS CADMIUM. CANCER HAZARD. AVOID CREATING DUST. CAN CAUSE
LUNG AND KIDNEY DISEASE.
(a) At each cycle (one cycle = full wear of the heat sink (1-335)), it is recommended to
discard:
– The self-locking nuts (1-150) (mandatory). The self locking-nut (1-150) can be
cadmium plated.
– The adjuster tubes (1-140) (mandatory).
– The retaining clips (1-270).

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– The wear indicator pins (1-265).


– The preformed packing (1-045) and (1-245).
– The cotter pin (1-195).
– The preformed packing (1-080).
– The preformed packing (1-090) and back-up rings (1-085).
– The clip (1-410).

(b) Every four cycles, it is recommended to discard:


– The back-up rings (1-163) and (1-075).
– The scraper ring assembly (1-065).
– The preformed packings (1-225) and (1-210B).

SUBTASK 32-41-81-000-002-A01
(2) Measurement of the remaining wear

(a) Pressurize the brake between 165 and 185 bar (2400 and 2685 psi) through one of
the two circuits.

(b) Measure the length of the wear indicator pin. If the end of the wear indicator pin is
aligned (“flush”) with the piston housing, the heat sink is fully worn. Refer to SL 1685 for
Goodrich-Messier Inc. Customers and SL 1701 for Messier-Goodrich S.A. Customers for
heat sink return instructions, and fill the “Carbon Return Data Form” from SL.

(c) Reduce the pressure to zero.

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SUBTASK 32-41-81-010-001-A01
(3) Removal of the cable guide (1-275)

WARNING : DO NOT GET CADMIUM IN YOUR MOUTH. CADMIUM THAT IS


SWALLOWED CAN CAUSE KIDNEY OR REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM
DISEASE. AFTER YOU TOUCH CADMIUM PLATED PARTS, CLEAN
YOUR HANDS BEFORE YOU EAT OR SMOKE. GET SAFETY
INSTRUCTIONS FROM YOUR EMPLOYER. OBEY GOVERNMENT AND
OSHA REGULATIONS WHEN YOU DISCARD THE PARTS THAT CONTAIN
CADMIUM.

WARNING : DO NOT BREATHE CADMIUM PARTICLES, FUMES, OR DUST. THESE


PARTICLES, FUMES, OR DUST CAN CAUSE LUNG OR KIDNEY DISEASE.
IF MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES MAKE CADMIUM PARTICLES,
FUMES, OR DUST, TELL YOUR EMPLOYER TO SUPPLY RESPIRATORS,
VENTILATION, AND/OR PROCEDURES TO PREVENT EXPOSURE TO
PERSONNEL.

The Occupational, Safety, and Health Administration (OSHA) has an applicable DANGER
warning (29 CFR 1910.1027 (m)(3)(ii)) as follows:
DANGER: CONTAINS CADMIUM. CANCER HAZARD. AVOID CREATING DUST. CAN CAUSE
LUNG AND KIDNEY DISEASE.
(a) Cut the lockwire (1-330). Discard it.

(b) Loosen and remove the screw (1-285) and the washer (1-280). The washer (1-280)
can be cadmium plated.

(c) Remove the cable guide (1-275).

(d) Install the tool AC21910100 on the brake.

(e) Install the brake on the tool F26619000.

(f) Remove the tool AC21910100.

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SUBTASK 32-41-81-010-002-A01
(4) Removal of the temperature sensor assembly (1-250)

WARNING : DO NOT GET CADMIUM IN YOUR MOUTH. CADMIUM THAT IS


SWALLOWED CAN CAUSE KIDNEY OR REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM
DISEASE. AFTER YOU TOUCH CADMIUM PLATED PARTS, CLEAN
YOUR HANDS BEFORE YOU EAT OR SMOKE. GET SAFETY
INSTRUCTIONS FROM YOUR EMPLOYER. OBEY GOVERNMENT AND
OSHA REGULATIONS WHEN YOU DISCARD THE PARTS THAT CONTAIN
CADMIUM.

WARNING : DO NOT BREATHE CADMIUM PARTICLES, FUMES, OR DUST. THESE


PARTICLES, FUMES, OR DUST CAN CAUSE LUNG OR KIDNEY DISEASE.
IF MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES MAKE CADMIUM PARTICLES,
FUMES, OR DUST, TELL YOUR EMPLOYER TO SUPPLY RESPIRATORS,
VENTILATION, AND/OR PROCEDURES TO PREVENT EXPOSURE TO
PERSONNEL.

The Occupational, Safety, and Health Administration (OSHA) has an applicable DANGER
warning (29 CFR 1910.1027 (m)(3)(ii)) as follows:
DANGER: CONTAINS CADMIUM. CANCER HAZARD. AVOID CREATING DUST. CAN CAUSE
LUNG AND KIDNEY DISEASE.
(a) Install the protective cap.

(b) Cut the lockwire (1-240). Discard it.

(c) Loosen and remove the screw (1-260) and the washer (1-255). The washer (1-255)
can be cadmium plated.

(d) Remove the temperature sensor assembly (1-250).

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SUBTASK 32-41-81-010-003-A01
(5) Removal of the housing and adjuster piston assembly (1-010) from the torque plate assembly
(1-420) / heat sink (1-335)

WARNING : DO NOT GET CADMIUM IN YOUR MOUTH. CADMIUM THAT IS


SWALLOWED CAN CAUSE KIDNEY OR REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM
DISEASE. AFTER YOU TOUCH CADMIUM PLATED PARTS, CLEAN
YOUR HANDS BEFORE YOU EAT OR SMOKE. GET SAFETY
INSTRUCTIONS FROM YOUR EMPLOYER. OBEY GOVERNMENT AND
OSHA REGULATIONS WHEN YOU DISCARD THE PARTS THAT CONTAIN
CADMIUM.

WARNING : DO NOT BREATHE CADMIUM PARTICLES, FUMES, OR DUST. THESE


PARTICLES, FUMES, OR DUST CAN CAUSE LUNG OR KIDNEY DISEASE.
IF MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES MAKE CADMIUM PARTICLES,
FUMES, OR DUST, TELL YOUR EMPLOYER TO SUPPLY RESPIRATORS,
VENTILATION, AND/OR PROCEDURES TO PREVENT EXPOSURE TO
PERSONNEL.

The Occupational, Safety, and Health Administration (OSHA) has an applicable DANGER
warning (29 CFR 1910.1027 (m)(3)(ii)) as follows:
DANGER: CONTAINS CADMIUM. CANCER HAZARD. AVOID CREATING DUST. CAN CAUSE
LUNG AND KIDNEY DISEASE.

CAUTION: MAKE SURE THAT NO HYDRAULIC FLUID FALLS ON THE HEAT SINK
(1-335).

CAUTION: IF THE HEAT SINK (1-335) IS NOT FULLY WORN, DO NOT DISCARD THE
WEAR INDICATOR PINS(1-265). THEY WILL BE REUSED WITH THE SAME
HEAT SINK (1-335).

(a) Cut the lockwire (1-475). Discard it.

(b) Loosen and remove the bolts (1-465) in criss-cross sequence. Remove the washers
(1-470). The washers (1-470) can be cadmium plated.

(c) Remove the housing and adjuster piston assembly (1-010) from the torque plate
assembly (1-420).

(d) Remove the heat shield assembly (1-415).

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SUBTASK 32-41-81-010-004-A01
(6) Removal of the heat sink

CAUTION: THE CARBON DISKS ARE BREAKABLE. DO NOT LET THEM FALL OR HIT
HARD OBJECTS. IF THEY ARE DAMAGED, EXAMINE THEM AS WRITTEN
IN THE INSPECTION/CHECK SECTION.

CAUTION: WHEN YOU DISASSEMBLE THE HEAT SINK (1-335), DO NOT LET THE
CARBON DISKS TOUCH THE MATERIALS THAT FOLLOW:
– STRIPPERS.
– GREASE OR OIL.
– PAINTS (THERMOCOLOR, MARKING AND RED LEAD TYPES).
– CHALK.
– HYDRAULIC FLUID.

CAUTION: IF THE HEAT SINK (1-335) IS NOT FULLY WORN, YOU CAN USE IT
AGAIN AFTER INSPECTION (REFER TO THE INSPECTION/CHECK
SECTION). UNTIL IT IS FULLY WORN, MAKE SURE THAT YOU KEEP THE
CARBON DISKS (ROTORS AND STATORS) IN ORDER. TO DO THIS, IT
IS MANDATORY, DURING REMOVAL, TO PUT MARKS ON THE ROTOR
ASSEMBLIES AND ON STATOR ASSEMBLIES. THE MARKS ON THESE
PARTS GIVE THE CORRECT POSITION AND LOCATION OF THE CARBON
DISKS AND OF THEIR MATING FACES. USE AN ADHESIVE TAPE. (REF.
FIG. 3001).

(a) Remove the pressure plate assembly (1-340) together with its two wear indicator pins
(1-265).

CAUTION: REMOVE THE WEAR INDICATOR PINS (1-265) ONLY IF THEY ARE FLUSH
WITH THE PISTON HOUSING.

(b) Remove the retaining clips (1-270). Discard it.

(c) Remove the wear indicator pins (1-265). Discard it.

(d) Remove the rotor disk assemblies (1-360) and the stator disks (1-385) from the torque
plate assembly (1-420).

CAUTION: IF A BRAKE REMOVAL BEFORE THE USUAL TIME IS NECESSARY, DO


NOT REMOVE THE END PLATE DISK ASSEMBLY (1-390).

(e) Remove the four clips (1-410), then remove the end plate disk assembly (1-390). Discard
the clips (1-410).

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Marking of the Heat Sink


FIGURE 3001/GRAPHIC32-41-81-991-010-A01

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SUBTASK 32-41-81-040-001-A01
(7) Disassembly of the torque plate assembly

WARNING : DO NOT GET CADMIUM IN YOUR MOUTH. CADMIUM THAT IS


SWALLOWED CAN CAUSE KIDNEY OR REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM
DISEASE. AFTER YOU TOUCH CADMIUM PLATED PARTS, CLEAN
YOUR HANDS BEFORE YOU EAT OR SMOKE. GET SAFETY
INSTRUCTIONS FROM YOUR EMPLOYER. OBEY GOVERNMENT AND
OSHA REGULATIONS WHEN YOU DISCARD THE PARTS THAT CONTAIN
CADMIUM.

WARNING : DO NOT BREATHE CADMIUM PARTICLES, FUMES, OR DUST. THESE


PARTICLES, FUMES, OR DUST CAN CAUSE LUNG OR KIDNEY DISEASE.
IF MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES MAKE CADMIUM PARTICLES,
FUMES, OR DUST, TELL YOUR EMPLOYER TO SUPPLY RESPIRATORS,
VENTILATION, AND/OR PROCEDURES TO PREVENT EXPOSURE TO
PERSONNEL.

The Occupational, Safety, and Health Administration (OSHA) has an applicable DANGER
warning (29 CFR 1910.1027 (m)(3)(ii)) as follows:
DANGER: CONTAINS CADMIUM. CANCER HAZARD. AVOID CREATING DUST. CAN CAUSE
LUNG AND KIDNEY DISEASE.
(a) Remove the heat shield with one of the following methods:
Method 1:
1 Loosen and remove the bolts (1-455), the washers (1-450) and the heat shield
assembly (1-445). The bolts (1-455) and the washers (1-450) can be cadmium plated.
Method 2:
2 Loosen and remove the nuts (1-461). Remove the washers (1-462). The nuts
(1-461) can be cadmium plated.
3 Remove the bolts (1-455) and the washers (1-450). Remove the heat shield assembly
(1-445). The bolts (1-455) and the washers (1-450) can be cadmium plated.

(b) Remove the retaining ring (1-440) only if you remove the “bushing assembly” (bushings
(1-430) and (1-435)).

NOTE: Remove the “bushing assembly” only if you have found a defect (refer to the
INSPECTION / CHECK section).

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SUBTASK 32-41-81-040-002-A01
(8) Disassembly of the housing and adjuster piston assembly (1-010)

WARNING : HYDRAULIC FLUID IS FLAMMABLE AND DANGEROUS TO THE EYES,


SKIN AND RESPIRATORY TRACT. YOU MUST USE SKIN AND EYES
PROTECTION EQUIPMENT. PREVENT REPEATED CONTACT OR
CONTACT FOR A LONG TIME WITH HYDRAULIC FLUID. GOOD GENERAL
AIR FLOW IS USUALLY SUFFICIENT.

WARNING : DO NOT GET CADMIUM IN YOUR MOUTH. CADMIUM THAT IS


SWALLOWED CAN CAUSE KIDNEY OR REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM
DISEASE. AFTER YOU TOUCH CADMIUM PLATED PARTS, CLEAN
YOUR HANDS BEFORE YOU EAT OR SMOKE. GET SAFETY
INSTRUCTIONS FROM YOUR EMPLOYER. OBEY GOVERNMENT AND
OSHA REGULATIONS WHEN YOU DISCARD THE PARTS THAT CONTAIN
CADMIUM.

WARNING : DO NOT BREATHE CADMIUM PARTICLES, FUMES, OR DUST. THESE


PARTICLES, FUMES, OR DUST CAN CAUSE LUNG OR KIDNEY DISEASE.
IF MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES MAKE CADMIUM PARTICLES,
FUMES, OR DUST, TELL YOUR EMPLOYER TO SUPPLY RESPIRATORS,
VENTILATION, AND/OR PROCEDURES TO PREVENT EXPOSURE TO
PERSONNEL.

The Occupational, Safety, and Health Administration (OSHA) has an applicable DANGER
warning (29 CFR 1910.1027 (m)(3)(ii)) as follows:
DANGER: CONTAINS CADMIUM. CANCER HAZARD. AVOID CREATING DUST. CAN CAUSE
LUNG AND KIDNEY DISEASE.
(a) If necessary, drain hydraulic fluid from the piston housing assembly (1-015).

(b) Loosen and remove the valves (1-200).

(c) Remove the preformed packings (1-210B) from the valves (1-200).

NOTE: Remove and discard the preformed packings (1-210B) only if necessary, if you
find signs of damage or every four cycles.

(d) Loosen and remove the hydraulic fitting assembly (1-230).

(e) Remove the preformed packings (1-225) from the hydraulic fitting assembly (1-230).
Discard it.

NOTE: Remove and discard the preformed packings (1-225) only if necessary, if you
find signs of damage or every four cycles.

NOTE: Make sure that the protective cap (1-231) is installed.

(f) Record all the information shown on the identification plate (1-480) and the instruction
plate (1-485).

(g) Remove the identification plate (1-480) and the instruction plate (1-485).

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WARNING : REMOVAL OF THE PISTON (1-070) FROM THE PISTON SLEEVE (1-060)
CAN CAUSE A SPRAY OF HYDRAULIC FLUID. HYDRAULIC FLUID IS
FLAMMABLE AND DANGEROUS TO SKIN, EYES, AND RESPIRATORY
TRACT. SKIN AND EYE PROTECTION IS REQUIRED. PREVENT
REPEATED TOUCH OF THE FLUID, OR TOUCH FOR A LONG TIME. GOOD
GENERAL AIR FLOW IS USUALLY SUFFICIENT.

(h) Clean the exposed part of the pistons (1-070).

(i) Push back the pistons (1-070), then remove the adjuster assemblies (1-055) with the
tool Q47621.

(j) Loosen and remove the screws (1-325). Remove the washers (1-320) and the cable
bracket assembly (1-290). The washers (1-320) can be cadmium plated.

(k) Remove:
– Before SB 2-1577-32-4: the lubrication fittings (1-040).
– After SB 2-1577-32-4: the lubrication fittings (1-040) and (1-043).

(l) Remove the nut (1-190), the washers (1-180), the bolt (1-185), the collar (1-175) and the
torque pin (1-170). The nut (1-190), the washers (1-180), the bolt (1-185) and the collar
(1-175) can be cadmium plated.

(m) Remove the preformed packing (1-245) with the tool 89901. Discard it.

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SUBTASK 32-41-81-040-003-A01
(9) Disassembly of the adjuster assembly (1-055)

WARNING : DO NOT GET CADMIUM IN YOUR MOUTH. CADMIUM THAT IS


SWALLOWED CAN CAUSE KIDNEY OR REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM
DISEASE. AFTER YOU TOUCH CADMIUM PLATED PARTS, CLEAN
YOUR HANDS BEFORE YOU EAT OR SMOKE. GET SAFETY
INSTRUCTIONS FROM YOUR EMPLOYER. OBEY GOVERNMENT AND
OSHA REGULATIONS WHEN YOU DISCARD THE PARTS THAT CONTAIN
CADMIUM.

WARNING : DO NOT BREATHE CADMIUM PARTICLES, FUMES, OR DUST. THESE


PARTICLES, FUMES, OR DUST CAN CAUSE LUNG OR KIDNEY DISEASE.
IF MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES MAKE CADMIUM PARTICLES,
FUMES, OR DUST, TELL YOUR EMPLOYER TO SUPPLY RESPIRATORS,
VENTILATION, AND/OR PROCEDURES TO PREVENT EXPOSURE TO
PERSONNEL.

The Occupational, Safety, and Health Administration (OSHA) has an applicable DANGER
warning (29 CFR 1910.1027 (m)(3)(ii)) as follows:
DANGER: CONTAINS CADMIUM. CANCER HAZARD. AVOID CREATING DUST. CAN CAUSE
LUNG AND KIDNEY DISEASE.
(a) Pull out the insulator assembly (1-155).
(b) Remove the retaining ring (1-160). Discard it.
(c) Remove the instruction plate (1-135).
(d) Loosen and remove the self-locking nut (1-150) from the adjuster pin (1-110). Discard
the self-locking nut (1-150). The self locking-nut (1-150) can be cadmium plated.
(e) Remove the ball (1-145), together with the adjuster tube (1-140), from the piston (1-070).
(f) Remove the ball (1-145) from the adjuster tube (1-140). Discard the adjuster tube (1-140).
(g) Remove the adjuster pin (1-110) and the pin retainer (1-105). The pin retainer (1-105)
can be cadmium plated.
(h) Remove the piston (1-070), together with its components from the piston sleeve (1-060).
(i) Remove the scraper ring assembly (1-065) from the piston sleeve (1-060) with the tool
89901.
NOTE: Remove and discard the scraper ring assembly (1-065) only if necessary, if you
find signs of damage or every four cycles.

(j) Remove the preformed packing (1-045) from the piston sleeve (1-060) with the tool
89901. Discard the preformed packing (1-045).
(k) Remove the back-up rings (1-163) from the piston sleeve (1-060).
NOTE: Remove and discard the back-up rings (1-163) only if necessary, if you find
signs of damage or every four cycles.

(l) Remove the preformed packing (1-080) from the piston (1-070) with the tool 89901.

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(m) Discard the preformed packing (1-080).

(n) Remove the back-up rings (1-075) from the piston (1-070).

NOTE: Remove and discard the back-up ring (1-075) only if necessary, if you find
signs of damage or every four cycles.

(o) Remove the retaining ring (1-100) and the seal retainer (1-095) from the piston (1-070).

(p) Remove the preformed packing (1-090) from the piston (1-070) with the tool 89901.

(q) Discard the preformed packing (1-090).

(r) Remove the back-up rings (1-085) from the piston (1-070).

(s) Discard the back-up rings (1-085).

WARNING : WEAR EYE PROTECTION. THE PISTON (1-070) CONTAINS A SPRING


COMPRESSED TO 1859 - 2081 N (418 - 468 LBF). FAILURE TO
DISASSEMBLE WITHOUT CORRECT EQUIPMENT OR TO OBEY THE
INSTRUCTIONS BELOW CAN CAUSE SERIOUS INJURY TO PERSONNEL.

(t) Install the piston (1-070) together with its components under a press, then with the tool
Q46498 put on the spring guide (1-115), compress the spring (1-125) enough to access
the second groove of the piston (1-070).

(u) Remove the retaining ring (1-130) and slowly remove the force applied to the spring
(1-125).

(v) Remove the tool Q46498.

(w) Remove the spring guide (1-115) from the piston (1-070).

(x) Remove the spring (1-125) and the guide sleeve (1-120) from the piston (1-070).

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CLEANING

TASK 32-41-81-100-801-A01
1. Cleaning

A. Reason for the job


Self-explanatory.

B. Job set-up information


(1) Tools, fixtures and equipment
(a) The table below gives the tools, fixtures and equipment necessary to clean the parts.
NOTE: You can use alternatives for the listed items.

NOTE: Refer to the SPECIAL TOOLS, FIXTURES, EQUIPMENT AND


CONSUMABLES section for full details.

REFERENCE QTY NAME


Commercially available 1 Dry compressed air source with a pressure
reducing valve
Commercially available As Required Nylon brush
Commercially available 1 Vacuum cleaning machine

(2) Consumables
(a) The table below gives the consumables necessary to clean the parts.
NOTE: You can use alternatives for the listed items.

NOTE: Refer to SPECIAL TOOLS, FIXTURES, EQUIPMENT AND CONSUMABLES


section for full details.

REFERENCE NAME
Commercially available Clean and soft lint-free cloth
WHITE SPIRIT or cleaning product as per Cleaning product
MIL-PRF-680 Type II or III
PERCHLOROETHYLENE (MIL-T-81533) Cleaning product
APPLIED 4-204 CLEANER Aqueous cleaning product
AQUASPRAY 102 Aqueous cleaning product
ARDROX 6333 Aqueous cleaning product
ARMAKLEEN M-HP2 Aqueous cleaning product
BIG BLUE Aqueous cleaning product

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REFERENCE NAME
BRULIN 1990 GD Aqueous cleaning product
BRULIN 815 GD Aqueous cleaning product
CALGON 6215 Aqueous cleaning product
CEE-BEE A7X7 Aqueous cleaning product
CEE-BEE 280 Aqueous cleaning product
DUBOIS MULTI-TERJ 1012 Aqueous cleaning product
ELDORADO ED-306LF Aqueous cleaning product
MAGNUS HDL-330 Aqueous cleaning product
MAGNUS SOLUWAX Aqueous cleaning product
MAGNUS AERODET Aqueous cleaning product
MIRACHEM 500 Aqueous cleaning product
MIRACHEM 750LF Aqueous cleaning product
RAINBOW JET Aqueous cleaning product
RAM WASH H.D Aqueous cleaning product
SAG 710 (anti-foam) Aqueous cleaning product
SUPER BEE 300LF Aqueous cleaning product
SAG 710 Aqueous cleaning product
(anti-foam)
SUPERCLEAN RP 98 A Aqueous cleaning product
TURCO 3878 LF-NC Aqueous cleaning product
TURCO 6751-L Aqueous cleaning product
TURCO 6849 Aqueous cleaning product
TURCO AVIATION Aqueous cleaning product
TURCO SPRAYEZE NPLT Aqueous cleaning product
ZOK27 Aqueous cleaning product

(3) Referenced information

REFERENCE DESIGNATION
ILLUSTRATED PARTS LIST, Fig. IPL 01 Main Landing Gear Carbon Brake Assembly
CMM 32-41-54 Component Maintenance Manual of the
Temperature Sensor

C. Job set-up
Not applicable.

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D. Procedure
(Ref. Fig. IPL 01)

WARNING : USE SOLVENTS/CLEANING PRODUCTS ONLY IN AN AREA WITH A GOOD


SUPPLY OF AIR. OBEY LOCAL SAFETY AND HEALTH INSTRUCTIONS. OBEY
THE MANUFACTURER’S INSTRUCTIONS. PUT ON PROTECTIVE CLOTHING.
DO NOT DRINK SOLVENTS / CLEANING PRODUCTS. DO NOT SMOKE. DO
NOT BREATHE THE FUMES. SOLVENTS / CLEANING PRODUCTS ARE
POISONOUS AND FLAMMABLE. USE THE APPROVED HAND AND EYE
PROTECTION WHEN YOU APPLY CLEANING PRODUCT. IT IS A SKIN
IRRITANT.

WARNING : IF YOU GET SOLVENTS/CLEANING PRODUCTS ON YOUR SKIN OR IN YOUR


EYES:

– FLUSH IT AWAY WITH CLEAN WATER.


– GET MEDICAL AID.

SUBTASK 32-41-81-110-001-A01
(1) Cleaning of the heat sink

CAUTION: CLEAN THE HEAT SINK (1-335) ONLY IF IT IS CONTAMINATED.

CAUTION: USE ONLY APPROVED SOLVENTS/CLEANING PRODUCTS OR THEIR


EQUIVALENTS. THE SURFACE PROTECTION COULD BE DAMAGED IF
YOU USE UNSPECIFIED MATERIALS.

CAUTION: THE CARBON DISKS ARE BREAKABLE. DO NOT LET THEM FALL OR HIT
HARD OBJECTS. IF THEY ARE DAMAGED, EXAMINE THEM AS WRITTEN
IN THE INSPECTION/CHECK SECTION.

CAUTION: WHEN YOU CLEAN THE HEAT SINK (1-335), DO NOT LET THE CARBON
DISKS TOUCH THE MATERIALS THAT FOLLOW:
– STRIPPERS.
– GREASE OR OIL.
– PAINTS (THERMOCOLOR, MARKING AND RED LEAD TYPES).
– CHALK.
– HYDRAULIC FLUID (REF. FIG. 4001).

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(a) Removal of carbon dust (if necessary):

1 Clean the pressure plate assembly (1-340), stator disks (1-385), rotor disk assembly
(1-360) and end plate disk assembly (1-390) with a vacuum cleaning machine and
with a nylon bristle brush.

(b) Removal of grease stain (if necessary):

1 Remove unwanted materials with a nylon brush and a clean and soft lint-free cloth
made moist with PERCHLOROETHYLENE (MIL-T-81533) cleaning product.
2 Dry all the parts with compressed air.

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Cleaning of the Heat Sink


FIGURE 4001/GRAPHIC32-41-81-991-011-A01

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SUBTASK 32-41-81-100-001-A01
(2) Cleaning of the temperature sensor

(a) Refer to the CMM 32-41-54.

SUBTASK 32-41-81-110-002-A01
(3) Cleaning of other parts

WARNING : DO NOT GET CADMIUM IN YOUR MOUTH. CADMIUM THAT IS


SWALLOWED CAN CAUSE KIDNEY OR REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM
DISEASE. AFTER YOU TOUCH CADMIUM PLATED PARTS, CLEAN
YOUR HANDS BEFORE YOU EAT OR SMOKE. GET SAFETY
INSTRUCTIONS FROM YOUR EMPLOYER. OBEY GOVERNMENT AND
OSHA REGULATIONS WHEN YOU DISCARD THE PARTS THAT CONTAIN
CADMIUM.

WARNING : DO NOT BREATHE CADMIUM PARTICLES, FUMES, OR DUST. THESE


PARTICLES, FUMES, OR DUST CAN CAUSE LUNG OR KIDNEY DISEASE.
IF MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES MAKE CADMIUM PARTICLES,
FUMES, OR DUST, TELL YOUR EMPLOYER TO SUPPLY RESPIRATORS,
VENTILATION, AND/OR PROCEDURES TO PREVENT EXPOSURE TO
PERSONNEL.

The Occupational, Safety, and Health Administration (OSHA) has an applicable DANGER
warning (29 CFR 1910.1027 (m)(3)(ii)) as follows:
DANGER: CONTAINS CADMIUM. CANCER HAZARD. AVOID CREATING DUST. CAN CAUSE
LUNG AND KIDNEY DISEASE.

CAUTION: USE ONLY THE APPROVED SOLVENTS/CLEANING PRODUCTS OR


THEIR EQUIVALENTS. SOLVENTS/CLEANING PRODUCTS THAT ARE NOT
APPROVED CAN CAUSE DAMAGE TO THE SURFACE PROTECTION.

(a) Clean all the metal parts with WHITE SPIRIT or ISOPROPYL ALCOHOL or cleaning
product as per MIL-PRF-680 Type II or III.

(b) Dry all the parts with compressed air or with a clean and soft lint-free cloth.

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TASK 32-41-81-100-802-A01
2. Paint removal from Piston Housing

A. Reason for the job


Self-explanatory.

B. Job set-up information


(1) Tools, fixtures and equipment

(a) The table below gives the tools, fixtures and equipment necessary to clean the parts.
NOTE: You can use alternatives for the listed items.

NOTE: Refer to the SPECIAL TOOLS, FIXTURES, EQUIPMENT AND


CONSUMABLES for full details.

REFERENCE QTY NAME


Commercially available 1 Dry compressed air source with a pressure
reducing valve

(2) Consumables

Not applicable.

(3) Referenced information

REFERENCE DESIGNATION
Standard Practices Manual 32-09-01, section Sealing of mating parts with sealant
25
Standard Practices Manual 32-09-01, section Paint stripping by local application method
28
Standard Practices Manual 32-09-01, section Paint stripping by the bath method
29
Standard Practices Manual 32-09-01, section Paint stripping by the “seed” blasting method
30
Standard Practices Manual 32-09-01, section Paint removal by plastic media blasting method
70
ILLUSTRATED PARTS LIST, Fig. IPL 01 Main Landing Gear Carbon Brake Assembly

C. Job set-up
Not applicable.

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D. Procedure
(Ref. Fig. IPL 01)

SUBTASK 32-41-81-110-003-A01
(1) Initial steps

(a) Before paint removal, apply sealant to the mating surfaces and lee plugs of the piston
housing assembly (1-015), as written in the section 25 of the Standard Practices Manual
32-09-01.

SUBTASK 32-41-81-110-004-A01
(2) Chemical procedure

WARNING : PAINT REMOVER IS FLAMMABLE AND DANGEROUS TO EYES, SKIN AND


RESPIRATORY TRACT. YOU MUST USE SKIN AND EYES PROTECTION
EQUIPMENT. PREVENT REPEATED CONTACT OR CONTACT FOR A
LONG TIME WITH PAINT REMOVER. GOOD GENERAL AIR FLOW IS
USUALLY SUFFICIENT.

CAUTION: DO NOT USE A WIRE BRUSH TO REMOVE PAINT ON THE PISTON


HOUSING ASSEMBLY (1-015). THE ANODIZE LAYER COULD BE DAMAGED
IF YOU USE A WIRE BRUSH.

(a) Paint can be removed with one of the following products:

1 Paint remover as written in the section 29 of the Standard Practices Manual 32-09-01.
2 Paint remover as written in the section 28 of the Standard Practices Manual
32-09-01, for local repair of the paint.
3 Paint remover (SAE-AMS1375).

(b) After paint removal, wash the piston housing assembly (1-015) with cold water.

(c) Dry the piston housing assembly (1-015) with compressed air.

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SUBTASK 32-41-81-120-001-A01
(3) Abrasive procedure

CAUTION: THE ANODIZE LAYER ON ALUMINIUM PARTS WILL BE DAMAGED IF


PARTS ARE CLEANED WITH SAND OR GLASS BEAD IN THE ABRASIVE
BLAST PROCEDURE OR IF PARTS ARE CLEANED WITH A WIRE BRUSH.

NOTE: This procedure will not remove the anodize layer.

(a) Seal or mask threaded openings.

(b) Blast with PLASTIC MEDIA as per MIL-P-85891 (max hardness of 3.5 MOH) or as
written in the section 70 of the Standard Practices Manual 32-09-01, or with WALNUT
HULLS as per A-A-1722 type II grade 20 / 30 or as written in the section 30 of the
Standard Practices Manual 32-09-01.

(c) After paint removal, wash the piston housing assembly (1-015) with cold water.

(d) Dry the piston housing assembly (1-015) with compressed air or with a clean and soft
lint-free cloth.

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TASK 32-41-81-100-803-A01
3. Paint removal from the Torque Plate (1-425)

A. Reason for the job


Self-explanatory.

B. Job set-up information


(1) Tools, fixtures and equipment
(a) The table below gives the tools, fixtures and equipment necessary to clean the parts.
NOTE: You can use alternatives for the listed items.

NOTE: Refer to the SPECIAL TOOLS, FIXTURES, EQUIPMENT AND


CONSUMABLES for full details.

REFERENCE QTY NAME


Commercially available 1 Dry compressed air source with a pressure
reducing valve
Commercially available As Required Mask material

(2) Consumables
Not applicable.

(3) Referenced information

REFERENCE DESIGNATION
ILLUSTRATED PARTS LIST, Fig. IPL 01 Main Landing Gear Carbon Brake Assembly
Standard Practices Manual 32-09-01, section 325-mesh grit wet blasting
19

C. Job set-up
Not applicable.

D. Procedure
(Ref. Fig. IPL 01)
SUBTASK 32-41-81-120-002-A01
(1) Sand blast procedure

(a) Apply mask material the threaded holes of the torque plate (1-425).
(b) If not removed, apply mask material the bushings.
(c) Remove the paint by lightly sand blasting as written in the section 19 of the Standard
Practices Manual 32-09-01.
(d) After paint removal, wash the part with cold water.

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(e) Dry the torque plate (1-425) with compressed air or with a clean and soft lint-free cloth.

NOTE: If you do not repair the protection of the parts within two hours, apply a
temporary protection to them as written in the REPAIR 8 section.

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INSPECTION/CHECK

TASK 32-41-81-200-801-A01
1. Inspection / Check

A. Reason for the job


Self-explanatory.

B. Job set-up information


(1) Tools, fixtures and equipment

(a) The table below gives the tools, fixtures and equipment necessary to check the
component.
NOTE: You can use alternatives for the listed items.

NOTE: Refer to the SPECIAL TOOLS, FIXTURES, EQUIPMENT AND


CONSUMABLES section for full details.

REFERENCE QTY NAME


Commercially available 1 Hardness test equipment
Commercially available As Required Magnifiers (for visual inspections)
Commercially available 1 Testing machine for spring load

(2) Consumables

Not applicable.

(3) Referenced information

REFERENCE DESIGNATION
ILLUSTRATED PARTS LIST, Fig. IPL 01 Main Landing Gear Carbon Brake Assembly
CMM 32-41-54 Component Maintenance Manual of the
Temperature Sensor
Standard Practices Manual 32-09-01, section Detection of defects by fluorescent penetrant
38 inspection
Standard Practices Manual 32-09-01, section Eddy current crack detection
41
Standard Practices Manual 32-09-01, section Magnetic particle inspection
42

C. Job set-up
Not applicable.

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D. Procedure
(Ref. Fig. IPL 01)

CAUTION: DO THE VISUAL CHECK OF THE PARTS BEFORE YOU ASSEMBLE THE
COMPONENT.

SUBTASK 32-41-81-200-001-A01
(1) General

NOTE: A heat sink (1-335) is fully worn when the wear indicator pins (1-265) are aligned
(“flush”) with the piston housing assembly (1-015).

(a) Do an inspection for the causes that follow:

1 At every heat sink (1-335) replacement (full wear of the heat sink (1-335)).
– At each cycle (cycle = full wear of the heat sink (1-335)), refer to the table below.
– Every four cycles, refer to the table below.

2 Deterioration / Failures (removal before full wear of the heat sink (1-335)).
– Overheating caused by a rejected take-off, refer to the table below.
– Overheating caused by a dragging brake, refer to the table below.
– Leakage (refer to TESTING AND FAULT ISOLATION section).

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CYCLES
PART INSPECTION PROCEDURE *
1 2 3 4
Piston housing (1-020) Visual inspection X X X X X
Penetrant inspection X X
Dimensional check X X
Conductivity test (IACS) X
Hardness test X
Torque pin (1-170) Visual inspection X X X X X
Magnetic particle inspection X X X X X
Dimensional check X X
Torque plate assembly (1-420) Visual inspection X X X X X
Magnetic particle inspection X X
Dimensional check X X X X X
Hardness test X
Adjuster assembly (1-055)
- Piston sleeve (1-060) Visual inspection X X X X X
- Piston (1-070) Visual inspection X X X X X
- Insulator assembly (1-155) Visual inspection X X X X X
- Adjuster pin (1-110) Visual inspection X X X X X
Magnetic particle inspection X X
- Spring guide (1-115) Visual inspection X X X X X
- Guide sleeve(1-120) Visual inspection X X X X X
- Spring (1-125) Dimensional check X X
Bolts (1-465) Visual inspection X X X X X
Penetrant inspection X X
Heat shield assembly (1-415) Visual inspection X X X X X
Temperature sensor assembly Refer to the CMM 32-41-54 X
(1-250)
Heat sink (1-335) (not fully worn) Visual inspection X
Dimensional check X
Cable guide (1-275) Visual inspection X X X X X

Table legend:
– One cycle = full wear of the heat sink (1-335).
– * = signs of overheating (caused by a rejected take-off or a dragging brake) or after
a rejected take-off.

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SUBTASK 32-41-81-200-002-A01
(2) Piston housing (1-020)

WARNING : DO NOT GET CADMIUM IN YOUR MOUTH. CADMIUM THAT IS


SWALLOWED CAN CAUSE KIDNEY OR REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM
DISEASE. AFTER YOU TOUCH CADMIUM PLATED PARTS, CLEAN
YOUR HANDS BEFORE YOU EAT OR SMOKE. GET SAFETY
INSTRUCTIONS FROM YOUR EMPLOYER. OBEY GOVERNMENT AND
OSHA REGULATIONS WHEN YOU DISCARD THE PARTS THAT CONTAIN
CADMIUM.

WARNING : DO NOT BREATHE CADMIUM PARTICLES, FUMES, OR DUST. THESE


PARTICLES, FUMES, OR DUST CAN CAUSE LUNG OR KIDNEY DISEASE.
IF MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES MAKE CADMIUM PARTICLES,
FUMES, OR DUST, TELL YOUR EMPLOYER TO SUPPLY RESPIRATORS,
VENTILATION, AND/OR PROCEDURES TO PREVENT EXPOSURE TO
PERSONNEL.

The Occupational, Safety, and Health Administration (OSHA) has an applicable DANGER
warning (29 CFR 1910.1027 (m)(3)(ii)) as follows:
DANGER: CONTAINS CADMIUM. CANCER HAZARD. AVOID CREATING DUST. CAN CAUSE
LUNG AND KIDNEY DISEASE.
(a) Visual inspection
1 Make sure that there is no scratches in the piston cavities (sealing surface) for the
adjuster assemblies:
– If you find any scratches above the sealing surface, refer to the REPAIR 5 section.
– If you find any scratches at the sealing surface, discard the piston housing (1-020).

2 Examine all internal threads for satisfactory condition (no stripping of the metal). If
there is a defect, discard the piston housing (1-020).
3 Make sure that the bushings (1-025) and (1-030) are in the correct position (not
moved). The bushings that have moved can be replaced with the bushings (1-025B)
and (1-030B) which have a tighter press fit. Refer to the REPAIR 1 section. The
bushings (1-025) and (1-030) can be cadmium plated.
4 Make sure that there is no corrosion. if you find corrosion, refer to REPAIR GENERAL
section.
5 Make sure that there is no worn / damaged paint. If there is a defect, refer to the
REPAIR 8 section.

(b) Penetrant inspection


1 Do a penetrant inspection of the piston housing (1-020). Refer to the section 38 of
the Standard Practices Manual 32-09-01 or ASTM E1417.

(c) Dimensional check


(Ref. Fig. 5002)
1 Do a dimensional check of the piston housing (1-020).

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(d) Conductivity test (IACS)

1 If there was an overheat, do an eddy current conductivity test on the mating surfaces
between the piston housing (1-020) and the torque plate (1-425).
2 If the conductivity is more than 43% IACS, continue with the hardness test.

(e) Hardness test


(Ref. Fig. 5001) - Detail A

NOTE: Remove the surface treatment in the areas where the hardness test will be
performed.

1 If there was an overheat and that the value of the conductivity test is not in the limit
range, do a hardness test on the mating surfaces between the piston housing (1-020)
and the torque plate assembly (1-420). Refer to the instructions that follow:
NOTE: It is necessary to remove the paint in the areas where the hardness test
will be performed.

a Use a ball with a diameter of 10 mm (0.39 in) and a load of 10000 N (2248.1 lbf).
b Make sure that the minimum hardness is equal to 130 HB.
c If the hardness is not in the limit range, discard the piston housing (1-020).
d Repair the protection of the piston housing (1-020). Refer to the REPAIR 8
section.
e If you do not repair the protection of the part within two hours, apply a temporary
protection to it as written in the REPAIR GENERAL section.

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SUBTASK 32-41-81-200-003-A01
(3) Torque pin

(a) Visual inspection

1 Make sure that their is no tool marks, cracks and plating defects in the flange radius
of the torque pins (1-170).
2 If there is a defect, discard the torque pin (1-170).

(b) Magnetic particle inspection

1 Examine for cracks, tool marks, and plating defects in the torque pin (1-170) by a
magnetic particle inspection specially at the flange radius. Refer to section 42 of the
Standard Practices Manual 32-09-01 or to ASTM E1444.
NOTE: It is not necessary to remove the surface treatment before a magnetic
particle inspection.

2 If there is a defect, discard the torque pin (1-170).

(c) Dimensional check

1 Do a dimensional check of the torque pins (1-170) (refer to FITS AND CLEARANCES
section for the wear limits).

SUBTASK 32-41-81-200-004-A01
(4) Torque plate assembly (1-420)

(a) Visual inspection

1 Check the position and the internal diameter of the bushings (1-430) and (1-435).
Refer to the REPAIR section for the replacement of the bushing assembly.
NOTE: If the inner diameter of the bushing (1-430) is more than 166 mm (6.535
in), the bushing can continue to be used if it is machined to the correct
diameter (refer to the REPAIR 2 section). Before machining the bushing
(1-430) make sure that it is well seated in its housing.

NOTE: If the inner diameter of the bushing (1-430) is less than 166 mm (6.535
in), discard it.

2 Make sure that there is no excessive wear of the metal on the splines and on the
torque button contact areas (Ref. Fig. 5003). If there is a defect refer to REPAIR 6
section.
3 Make sure that there are no peening marks in the torque button bores and on the
mating faces. If there is a defect, refer to REPAIR 6 section (Ref. Fig. 5003).
4 Make sure that all internal threads are in satisfactory condition (no stripping of the
metal).
5 Inspect the torque plate assembly (1-420) for corrosion. If corrosion is found, refer to
the REPAIR 6 section.

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6 Inspect the torque plate heat shield assembly (1-445) for cracks or other signs
of damage. Make sure that cracks at the cooling holes are acceptable. If crack is
found at the attachment holes, refer to the REPAIR 3 section. Only cracks between
the cooling holes and the inner diameter of the heat shield are acceptable (Ref.
Fig. 6005).
NOTE: Cracks are not acceptable within the 12,7 mm (0.500 in) radius of the heat
shield mounting hole center.

(b) Magnetic particle inspection

1 Do a magnetic particle examination of the torque plate assembly (1-420). Refer to


the section 42 of the Standard Practices Manual 32-09-01 or to ASTM E1444.
NOTE: It is not necessary to remove the surface treatment before a magnetic
particle inspection.

2 If you find crack, discard the torque plate assembly (1-420).

(c) Dimensional check


(Ref. Fig. 5003)

1 Do a dimensional check of the torque plate assembly (1-420).

(d) Hardness check


((Ref. Fig. 5001) Detail B)

1 If there was an overheat, do a hardness test on the torque plate assembly (1-420).
Refer to the instructions that follow:
a Use a ball with a diameter of 10 mm (0.39 in) and a load of 10000 N (2248.1 lbf).
b Make sure that the minimum hardness is equal to 285 HB 30 HRC.
c If the hardness is not in the limit range, discard the torque plate assembly (1-420).
d Repair the protection of the torque plate assembly (1-420). Refer to the REPAIR
8 section.
e If you do not repair the protection of the part within two hours, apply a temporary
protection to it as written in the REPAIR GENERAL section.

2 After the hardness test, machine the areas in which you did the test. Then, apply a
temporary protection to them as written in the REPAIR 8 section.
NOTE: If you do not repair the protection of the part within two hours, apply a
temporary protection to it as written in the REPAIR GENERAL section.

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(5) Adjuster assembly (1-055)

(a) Piston sleeve (1-060)


1 Visual inspection
a Make sure that there is no stripped or crushed thread.
b Make sure that there are no scratches on the internal diameter (scratches that
you can find with a fingernail are not permitted).
c Make sure that there is no damage to the seal grooves (sides and bottoms).
d If there is a defect, discard the piston sleeve (1-060).

(b) Piston (1-070)


1 Visual inspection
a Make sure that there is no scratches, no nick or dent on the external diameter.
b Make sure that there is no damage to the seal grooves (sides and bottoms).
c Make sure that there is no damage to the retaining ring groove.
d If there is a defect, discard the piston (1-070).

(c) Insulator assembly (1-155)


(Ref. Fig. 5004)
1 Visual inspection
a Make sure that the groove of the insulator assembly is not damaged.
b Deformation is permitted till no cracks. If you find a crack, discard the insulator
assembly (1-155).

(d) Adjuster pin (1-110)


1 Visual inspection
a Make sure that there is no stripped or crushed thread. If there is a defect, discard
the adjuster pin (1-110).
b Make sure that there is no scratches or the flaking on the chrome plated diameter.
c If you find a scratches or flaking, discard the adjuster pin (1-110).

2 Magnetic particle inspection


a Do a magnetic particle inspection of the adjuster pin (1-110). Refer to the section
42 of the Standard Practices Manual 32-09-01.
b If there is a crack, discard the adjuster pin (1-110).

(e) Spring guide (1-115)


1 Visual inspection
a Make sure that there are no scratches or flaking on the external surface of the
spring guide (1-115).
b If you find scratches or flaking, discard the spring guide (1-115).

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(f) Guide sleeve (1-120)

1 Visual inspection
a Make sure that there are no scratches or detached parts on the guide sleeve
(1-120).
b If there is a defect, refer REPAIR 4 section.

(g) Spring (1-125)

1 Do a dimensional check of the spring (1-125)


a Do a check of the spring (1-125) properties:
– With the spring (1-125) compressed to a height of 62,20 mm (2.449 in), the
force must be between 1859 and 2081 N (418 and 468 lbf).
– With the spring (1-125) compressed to a height of 57,15 mm (2.250 in), the
force must be of between 2446 and 2669 N (550 and 600 lbf).

b If any values are not in these tolerances, discard the spring (1-125).

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SUBTASK 32-41-81-200-006-A01
(6) Bolts (1-465)

(a) Visual inspection

1 Make sure that their is no stripped or crushed threads.


2 If there is a defect, discard the bolt (1-465).

(b) Penetrant inspection

1 Do a penetrant inspection of the each bolt (1-465). Refer to the section 38 Standard
Practices Manual 32-09-01 or ASTM E1417.
2 If you find a crack, discard the defective bolt (1-465).

SUBTASK 32-41-81-200-007-A01
(7) Heat shield assembly (1-415)

(a) Visual inspection

1 Check for cracks, defective welding spot or other signs of damage on the heat shield
assembly (1-415).
2 If you find crack at the ventilation holes or on the tabs area, refer to REPAIR 3 section.

SUBTASK 32-41-81-200-008-A01
(8) Temperature sensor assembly (1-250)

(a) Refer to the CMM 32-41-54.

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SUBTASK 32-41-81-200-009-A01
(9) Heat sink (1-335)

CAUTION: BE CAREFUL NOT TO REMOVE OR TO LOSE THE POSITION MARKS OF


THE CARBON DISKS BONDED BEFORE DISASSEMBLY.

CAUTION: THE CARBON DISKS ARE BREAKABLE. DO NOT LET THEM FALL OR HIT
HARD OBJECTS. IF THEY ARE DAMAGED, EXAMINE THEM AS WRITTEN
IN THE INSPECTION/CHECK SECTION.

CAUTION: WHEN YOU EXAMINE THE HEAT SINK (1-335), DO NOT LET THE CARBON
DISKS TOUCH THE MATERIALS THAT FOLLOW:
– STRIPPERS.
– GREASE OR OIL.
– PAINTS (THERMOCOLOR, MARKING AND RED LEAD TYPES).
– CHALK.
– HYDRAULIC FLUID.

CAUTION: DO NOT RESET RIVETS OR TAP ON THEM TO TIGHTEN LOOSE CLIPS.

NOTE: Inspection of each carbon disk is required in order to reuse a heat sink not
completely worn. A worn out heat sink may be submitted to inspection but this
is not necessary.

NOTE: Heat sink that not comply with inspection criteria and worn out heat sinks have to
be replaced in the frame of the EDL®. Return Policy depending on the supplier
as follows:
– Airlines/brake repair stations which currently deal with Messier-Goodrich S.A.
(FRANCE): Refer to SL 1701.
– Airlines/brake repair stations which currently deal with Goodrich-Messier Inc.
(U.S.A.): Refer to SL 1685.

NOTE: It is recommended to clean the carbon disks before they are examined (refer to
the CLEANING section). The parts must be cleaned if the heat sink (1-335) will
return to service (not fully worn).

NOTE: Do not remove rotor hardware (clips, clip retainers, and rivets) and pressure plate
inserts or torque buttons from end plate.

(a) Visual inspection


1 Make sure that there is no cracks longer than 1,6 mm (0.063 in) and starts from
the O.D. or I.D., or starts from the drive slots or which goes through the full disk
thickness is not there.
2 Make sure that there are no cracks in the rivets of the end plate disk assembly
(1-390).
3 Make sure that there are no cracks on rotor clips, on clip retainers, on rivet heads. If
you found crack, discard the part.

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4 Non-wear surfaces
a Make sure that there is no damage deeper than 1,52 mm (0.060 inch) or more
than 4,84 cm² (0.750 in²).
b Make sure that the inserts on the pressure plate are not loose.

5 Tops of drive lugs


a Make sure that there are no damages that is deeper than 1,78 mm (0.070 in) or
more than 1,61 cm² (0.250 in²).

6 Drive Slot Edge or corner (Ref. Fig. 5005)


a Make sure that there are no chips that is deeper than 1,27 mm (0.050 in).

7 Edge or corner (not in a Drive Slot) (Ref. Fig. 5005)


a Make sure that there are no chips that is deeper than 2,54 mm (0.1 in) or longer
than 25,4 mm (1 in) is not permitted.

8 Oxidation:
a Scratch the non-wear surfaces by means of fingernail and check that carbon
material does not crumble when a finger nail is forced into the material (Ref. Fig.
5006). Refer to the SL 2091 for inspection of catalytic oxidation.

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(b) Dimensional check


(Ref. Fig. 5007)

1 Do a dimensional check of rotor clips drive slots, stator slots and pressure plate slots
for wear. Make sure that the dimensions are within limits.
NOTE: Do not try to resurface damaged clips.

2 Loose clip retainers are acceptable if a shim thickness 0,38 mm (0.015 in) maximum
will go between the retainer and the carbon disk.

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SUBTASK 32-41-81-200-010-A01
(10) Cable guide (1-275)

(a) Visual inspection

1 Check for cracks in the loops at the welding point and in the attachment area.
2 If you found crack, refer to REPAIR 7 section.

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TASK 32-41-81-300-801-A01
1. Repair - General

A. Reason for the job


Self-explanatory.

B. Job set-up information


(1) Tools, fixtures and equipment
(a) The table gives the tools, fixtures and equipment necessary to do the maintenance
of the component.
NOTE: You can use alternatives for the listed items.

NOTE: Refer to the SPECIAL TOOLS, FIXTURES, EQUIPMENT AND


CONSUMABLES section for full details.

REFERENCE QTY NAME


Commercially available As Required Magnifiers

(2) Consumables
(a) The table below gives the consumables necessary to do the maintenance of the
component.
NOTE: You can use alternatives for the listed items.

NOTE: Refer to the SPECIAL TOOLS, FIXTURES, EQUIPMENT AND


CONSUMABLES section for full details.

REFERENCE NAME
Commercially available Abrasive paper (#400 and #600 grit)
WD-40 or corrosion preventive oil as per Corrosion preventive oil
MIL-PRF-81309

(3) Referenced information

REFERENCE DESIGNATION
ILLUSTRATED PARTS LIST, Fig. IPL 01 Main Landing Gear Carbon Brake Assembly
(Exploded view)
Standard Practices Manual 32-09-01, section Corrosion removal and cold-phosphate
21A treatment of ferrous metals
Standard Practices Manual 32-09-01, section Corrosion removal from aluminium and its
22 alloys (passivating method)

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C. Job set-up
Not applicable.

D. Procedure
(Ref. Fig. IPL 01)

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT YOU OBEY ALL THE HEALTH AND SAFETY
PRECAUTIONS OF THE MANUFACTURERS OF THE MATERIALS.

CAUTION: MAKE SURE THAT ALL THE PARTS ARE CLEAN BEFORE REPAIR. REFER
TO THE CLEANING SECTION.

SUBTASK 32-41-81-320-001-A01
(1) “Blend repair” procedure

CAUTION: DO NOT MAKE A SUDDEN CHANGE IN THE CONTOUR IN REPAIRED


SURFACES. DO NOT MAKE A ROUGH SURFACE IN REPAIRED SURFACES.
A CRACK CAN START AT A DAMAGED SURFACE THAT YOU DO NOT
REPAIR OR THAT YOU DO NOT REPAIR CORRECTLY.

(a) A "blend repair" procedure gradually changes the contour from the repaired surface to
the adjacent initial surfaces. A "blend repair" procedure removes a minimum quantity
of metal and makes a smooth surface (without scratches). Use fine-grit abrasive paper
(#600) to remove scratches that are made by large-grit abrasive paper.

SUBTASK 32-41-81-320-002-A01
(2) Corrosion removal from aluminium alloy parts

NOTE: This procedure is applicable whatever the level of corrosion you possibly find on
aluminium alloy parts.

(a) To remove signs of corrosion, brush or rub the part with large-grit abrasive paper (#400).
Keep to the MINIMUM or MAXIMUM dimensions BEFORE PROTECTION (outside
diameter, inside diameter or thickness). Keep to the MINIMUM web thickness limits when
you locally brush or rub the contour of the part.

(b) Remove scratches that are made by large-grit abrasive paper (#400), with a "blend repair"
procedure. Refer to the procedure that follows: (Ref. SUBTASK 32-41-81-320-001-A01).

(c) Remove corrosion which stays after the above operation, by a chemical procedure, with a
corrosion remover as written in the section 22 of the Standard Practices Manual 32-09-01.

(d) Repair the protection of the part. Refer to the REPAIR 8 section.

NOTE: If you do not repair the protection of the part within two hours, apply a
temporary protection to it. Refer to the procedure that follows: (Ref. SUBTASK
32-41-81-350-001-A01).

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SUBTASK 32-41-81-320-003-A01
(3) Corrosion removal from steel parts

NOTE: This procedure is applicable whatever the level of corrosion you possibly find on
steel parts.

NOTE: No roughness measurement is necessary after corrosion removal.

(a) Brush the part to remove signs of corrosion. Keep to the MINIMUM or MAXIMUM
dimensions BEFORE PROTECTION (outside diameter, inside diameter or thickness).
Keep to the MINIMUM web thickness limits when you locally brush the contour of the part.

(b) If there are still signs of corrosion, rub the part with large-grit abrasive paper (#400) or
sand blast the part (Ref. SUBTASK 32-41-81-120-002-A01). Keep to the MINIMUM or
MAXIMUM dimensions BEFORE PROTECTION (outside diameter, inside diameter or
thickness). Keep to the MINIMUM web thickness limits when you locally rub or sand blast
the contour of the part.

NOTE: If there are still signs of corrosion on the torque plate (1-425), refer to the
REPAIR 6 section.

(c) Apply a cold-phosphate treatment to the areas where you have removed the corrosion.
Refer to the section 21A of the Standard Practices Manual 32-09-01.

(d) Repair the protection of the part. Refer to the REPAIR 8 section.

NOTE: If you do not repair the protection of the part within two hours, apply a
temporary protection to it. Refer to the procedure that follows: (Ref. SUBTASK
32-41-81-350-001-A01).

SUBTASK 32-41-81-350-001-A01
(4) Temporary protection

(a) Apply a corrosion preventive oil as a temporary protection to the parts which will get
permanent protection subsequently.

NOTE: You can easily remove the corrosion preventive oil with cleaning product. Refer
to the CLEANING section.

SUBTASK 32-41-81-300-001-A01
(5) Symbols on figures
(Ref. Fig. 6001)

(a) Symbols are shown on some figures to show surface finishes, position tolerances,
position, etc.

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Symbol legend
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REPAIR 1

TASK 32-41-81-300-802-A01
1. Repair 1 - Replacement of loose or damaged Bushings (1-030) and (1-025) in the Piston Housing (1-020)

A. Reason for the job


Self-explanatory.

B. Job set-up information


(1) Tools, fixtures and equipment

(a) The table gives the tools, fixtures and equipment necessary to do the maintenance
of the component.
NOTE: You can use alternatives for the listed items.

NOTE: Refer to the SPECIAL TOOLS, FIXTURES, EQUIPMENT AND


CONSUMABLES section for full details.

REFERENCE QTY NAME


Commercially available 1 Hammer and soft metal drift
Commercially available 1 Oven
Commercially available 1 Liquid nitrogen cooling unit

(2) Consumables

(a) The table below gives the consumables necessary to do the maintenance of the
component.
NOTE: You can use alternatives for the listed items.

NOTE: Refer to the SPECIAL TOOLS, FIXTURES, EQUIPMENT AND


CONSUMABLES section for full details.

REFERENCE NAME
Zinc Chromate Primer (TT-P-1757) Corrosion preventive post primer
MIL-PRF-680 Type II or WHITE SPIRIT Cleaning product

(3) Referenced information

REFERENCE DESIGNATION
ILLUSTRATED PARTS LIST, Fig. IPL 01 Main Landing Gear Carbon Brake Assembly
(Exploded view)

REPAIR No. 1
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REFERENCE DESIGNATION
Standard Practices Manual 32-09-01, section Local repair of the surface finish on aluminum
14 alloys by chemical oxidizing
SUBTASK 32-41-81-320-001-A01 Corrosion removal

C. Job set-up
Not applicable.

D. Procedure
(Ref. Fig. IPL 01)

SUBTASK 32-41-81-010-005-A01
(1) Removal of the torque arm bushings (1-030)

WARNING : DO NOT GET CADMIUM IN YOUR MOUTH. CADMIUM THAT IS


SWALLOWED CAN CAUSE KIDNEY OR REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM
DISEASE. AFTER YOU TOUCH CADMIUM PLATED PARTS, CLEAN
YOUR HANDS BEFORE YOU EAT OR SMOKE. GET SAFETY
INSTRUCTIONS FROM YOUR EMPLOYER. OBEY GOVERNMENT AND
OSHA REGULATIONS WHEN YOU DISCARD THE PARTS THAT CONTAIN
CADMIUM.

WARNING : DO NOT BREATHE CADMIUM PARTICLES, FUMES, OR DUST. THESE


PARTICLES, FUMES, OR DUST CAN CAUSE LUNG OR KIDNEY DISEASE.
IF MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES MAKE CADMIUM PARTICLES,
FUMES, OR DUST, TELL YOUR EMPLOYER TO SUPPLY RESPIRATORS,
VENTILATION, AND/OR PROCEDURES TO PREVENT EXPOSURE TO
PERSONNEL.

The Occupational, Safety, and Health Administration (OSHA) has an applicable DANGER
warning (29 CFR 1910.1027 (m)(3)(ii)) as follows:
DANGER: CONTAINS CADMIUM. CANCER HAZARD. AVOID CREATING DUST. CAN CAUSE
LUNG AND KIDNEY DISEASE.
(a) Use a hammer and a soft metal drift to remove the loose or damaged torque arm
bushings (1-030) from the piston housing (1-020). The torque arm bushings (1-030)
can be cadmium plated.

NOTE: Replace the two torque arm bushings (1-030) at the same time.

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SUBTASK 32-41-81-410-001-A01
(2) Installation of the torque arm bushings (1-030)

WARNING : DO NOT GET CADMIUM IN YOUR MOUTH. CADMIUM THAT IS


SWALLOWED CAN CAUSE KIDNEY OR REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM
DISEASE. AFTER YOU TOUCH CADMIUM PLATED PARTS, CLEAN
YOUR HANDS BEFORE YOU EAT OR SMOKE. GET SAFETY
INSTRUCTIONS FROM YOUR EMPLOYER. OBEY GOVERNMENT AND
OSHA REGULATIONS WHEN YOU DISCARD THE PARTS THAT CONTAIN
CADMIUM.

WARNING : DO NOT BREATHE CADMIUM PARTICLES, FUMES, OR DUST. THESE


PARTICLES, FUMES, OR DUST CAN CAUSE LUNG OR KIDNEY DISEASE.
IF MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES MAKE CADMIUM PARTICLES,
FUMES, OR DUST, TELL YOUR EMPLOYER TO SUPPLY RESPIRATORS,
VENTILATION, AND/OR PROCEDURES TO PREVENT EXPOSURE TO
PERSONNEL.

The Occupational, Safety, and Health Administration (OSHA) has an applicable DANGER
warning (29 CFR 1910.1027 (m)(3)(ii)) as follows:
DANGER: CONTAINS CADMIUM. CANCER HAZARD. AVOID CREATING DUST. CAN CAUSE
LUNG AND KIDNEY DISEASE.
(a) Make sure that there are no scratches in the bushing hole.
– The diameter of the bushing hole must be 56,060 mm (2.2071 in) max.
– If it is smaller than 57,305 mm (2.2561 in):
– Use the two torque arm bushing (1-031) for repair only.
– Machine the bushing hole to the diameter (B) and the torque arm bushings (1-031)
to dimensions shown in (Ref. Fig. 6002).
– Apply chemical oxidizer to the machined surface of the bushing hole (refer to the
section 14 of Standard Practices Manual 32-09-01).

(b) Solvent degrease the bushing.


(c) Cool it to minimum of -18 °C (0 °F) in a dry ice chest.
(d) Make sure the bushing is cooled for a minimum of fifteen minutes. Then cool it in liquid
nitrogen or dry ice in methanol.

WARNING : MIL-PRF-680 TYPE II SOLVENT AND ZINC CHROMATE PRIMER TT-P-1757


ARE DANGEROUS TO SKIN, EYES, AND RESPIRATORY TRACT. SKIN
AND EYE PROTECTION IS NECESSARY. PREVENT REPEATED TOUCH
OF THE SOLVENT OR PRIMER, OR TOUCH FOR A LONG TIME. GOOD
GENERAL AIR FLOW IS USUALLY SUFFICIENT.

(e) Clean the hole to receive the torque arm bushing (1-030) with a cloth made moist with
MIL-PRF-680 Type II or WHITE SPIRIT solvent. The torque arm bushings (1-030) can
be cadmium plated.
(f) Apply a light layer of zinc chromate primer (TT-P-1757) as a spray to the hole.
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(g) Heat the piston housing to 135 °C (275 °F) maximum for not longer than ten minutes.

(h) Put the heated piston housing on the worktable with appropriate supports under the
piston housing.

(i) Put the cooled bushing in the hole and immediately press it fully into the hole.

(j) Make sure that the maximum clearance under the bushing flange is 0,05 mm (0.002 in).
If the clearance is more than this limit, press the bushing again until its flange is against
the piston housing. If the bushing cannot be installed correctly, remove it immediately
and repeat the tasks (Ref. SUBTASK 32-41-81-010-005-A01) and (Ref. SUBTASK
32-41-81-410-001-A01).

(k) Machine the torque arm bushings (1-030) to the dimensions shown in (Ref. Fig. 6002).
The torque arm bushings (1-030) can be cadmium plated.

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SUBTASK 32-41-81-010-006-A01
(3) Removal of the hub bushings (1-025)

WARNING : DO NOT GET CADMIUM IN YOUR MOUTH. CADMIUM THAT IS


SWALLOWED CAN CAUSE KIDNEY OR REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM
DISEASE. AFTER YOU TOUCH CADMIUM PLATED PARTS, CLEAN
YOUR HANDS BEFORE YOU EAT OR SMOKE. GET SAFETY
INSTRUCTIONS FROM YOUR EMPLOYER. OBEY GOVERNMENT AND
OSHA REGULATIONS WHEN YOU DISCARD THE PARTS THAT CONTAIN
CADMIUM.

WARNING : DO NOT BREATHE CADMIUM PARTICLES, FUMES, OR DUST. THESE


PARTICLES, FUMES, OR DUST CAN CAUSE LUNG OR KIDNEY DISEASE.
IF MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES MAKE CADMIUM PARTICLES,
FUMES, OR DUST, TELL YOUR EMPLOYER TO SUPPLY RESPIRATORS,
VENTILATION, AND/OR PROCEDURES TO PREVENT EXPOSURE TO
PERSONNEL.

The Occupational, Safety, and Health Administration (OSHA) has an applicable DANGER
warning (29 CFR 1910.1027 (m)(3)(ii)) as follows:
DANGER: CONTAINS CADMIUM. CANCER HAZARD. AVOID CREATING DUST. CAN CAUSE
LUNG AND KIDNEY DISEASE.
(a) Use a hammer and a soft metal drift to remove the loose or damaged hub bushing (1-025)
from the piston housing (1-020). The hub bushing (1-025) can be cadmium plated.

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SUBTASK 32-41-81-410-002-A01
(4) Installation of the hub bushings (1-025)

WARNING : DO NOT GET CADMIUM IN YOUR MOUTH. CADMIUM THAT IS


SWALLOWED CAN CAUSE KIDNEY OR REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM
DISEASE. AFTER YOU TOUCH CADMIUM PLATED PARTS, CLEAN
YOUR HANDS BEFORE YOU EAT OR SMOKE. GET SAFETY
INSTRUCTIONS FROM YOUR EMPLOYER. OBEY GOVERNMENT AND
OSHA REGULATIONS WHEN YOU DISCARD THE PARTS THAT CONTAIN
CADMIUM.

WARNING : DO NOT BREATHE CADMIUM PARTICLES, FUMES, OR DUST. THESE


PARTICLES, FUMES, OR DUST CAN CAUSE LUNG OR KIDNEY DISEASE.
IF MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES MAKE CADMIUM PARTICLES,
FUMES, OR DUST, TELL YOUR EMPLOYER TO SUPPLY RESPIRATORS,
VENTILATION, AND/OR PROCEDURES TO PREVENT EXPOSURE TO
PERSONNEL.

The Occupational, Safety, and Health Administration (OSHA) has an applicable DANGER
warning (29 CFR 1910.1027 (m)(3)(ii)) as follows:
DANGER: CONTAINS CADMIUM. CANCER HAZARD. AVOID CREATING DUST. CAN CAUSE
LUNG AND KIDNEY DISEASE.
(a) Make sure that there are no scratches in the bushing hole.
– The diameter of the bushing hole must be 172,365 mm (6.786 in) max.
– If necessary, machine the bushing hole to the diameter (B) and the hub bushing
(1-025) to dimensions shown in (Ref. Fig. 6003). The hub bushing (1-025) can be
cadmium plated.
– Apply chemical oxidizer to the machined surface of the bushing hole (refer to the
section 14 of the Standard Practices Manual 32-09-01).

(b) Solvent degrease the bushing.


(c) Cool it to minimum of -18 °C (0 °F) in a dry ice chest.
(d) Make sure that the bushing is cooled for a minimum of ten minutes. Then cool it in liquid
nitrogen or dry ice in methanol.

WARNING : MIL-PRF-680 TYPE II SOLVENT AND ZINC CHROMATE PRIMER TT-P-1757


ARE DANGEROUS TO SKIN, EYES, AND RESPIRATORY TRACT. SKIN
AND EYE PROTECTION IS NECESSARY. PREVENT REPEATED TOUCH
OF THE SOLVENT OR PRIMER, OR TOUCH FOR A LONG TIME. GOOD
GENERAL AIR FLOW IS USUALLY SUFFICIENT.

(e) Clean the hole to receive the hub bushing (1-025) with a cloth made moist with
MIL-PRF-680 Type II or WHITE SPIRIT solvent. The hub bushing (1-025) can be
cadmium plated.
(f) Apply a light layer of zinc chromate primer (TT-P-1757) as a spray to the hole.
(g) Heat the piston housing to 135 °C (275 °F) maximum for not longer than ten minutes.
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(h) Put the heated piston housing on the worktable with appropriate supports under the
piston housing.

(i) Put the cooled bushing in the hole and immediately press it fully into the hole.

(j) Make sure that the maximum clearance under the bushing flange is 0,05 mm (0.002 in).
If the clearance is more than this limit, press the bushing again until its flange is against
the piston housing. If the bushing cannot be installed correctly, remove it immediately
and repeat the tasks (Ref. SUBTASK 32-41-81-010-006-A01) and (Ref. SUBTASK
32-41-81-410-002-A01).

(k) Machine the hub bushings (1-025) to the dimensions shown in (Ref. Fig. 6003). The hub
bushings (1-025) can be cadmium plated.

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REPAIR 2

TASK 32-41-81-300-803-A01
1. Repair 2 - Replacement of the Bushing Assembly (1-428) in the Torque Plate (1-425)

A. Reason for the job


Self-explanatory.

B. Job set-up information


(1) Tools, fixtures and equipment

(a) The table gives the tools, fixtures and equipment necessary to do the maintenance
of the component.
NOTE: You can use alternatives for the listed items.

NOTE: Refer to the SPECIAL TOOLS, FIXTURES, EQUIPMENT AND


CONSUMABLES section for full details.

REFERENCE QTY NAME


AC21866000 1 Removal/installation tool
Alt. 114-1064
Alt. 114-1065
AC21867000 1 Installation tool
Alt. 114-1066
Commercially available 1 Oven
Commercially available 1 Liquid nitrogen cooling unit

(2) Consumables

(a) The table below gives the consumables necessary to do the maintenance of the
component.
NOTE: You can use alternatives for the listed items.

NOTE: Refer to the SPECIAL TOOLS, FIXTURES, EQUIPMENT AND


CONSUMABLES section for full details.

REFERENCE NAME
Zinc Chromate Primer (TT-P-1757) Corrosion inhibition compound
Base material 683-3-2 and catalyst X-310-A Colorless varnish
Base material G3005 and AWL-CAT#3 (H3002) Colorless varnish
MIL-PRF-680 Type II or WHITE SPIRIT Cleaning product

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(3) Referenced information

REFERENCE DESIGNATION
ILLUSTRATED PARTS LIST, Fig. IPL 01 Main Landing Gear Carbon Brake Assembly
(Exploded view)
SUBTASK 32-41-81-320-001-A01 Corrosion removal

C. Job set-up
Not applicable.

D. Procedure
(Ref. Fig. IPL 01)
SUBTASK 32-41-81-010-007-A01
(1) Removal of the bushing assembly (1-428)

(a) Use the tool AC21866000 to remove the bushing assembly (1-428) from the torque plate.
(b) Remove the bushing (1-435) from the bushing assembly (1-428).

SUBTASK 32-41-81-440-001-A01
(2) Assembly of the bushing assembly (1-428)

(a) Cool the bushing (1-430) to -18 °C (0 °F) minimum in a dry ice chest.
(b) Make sure the bushing is cooled for a minimum of fifteen minutes. Then cool it in liquid
nitrogen or in dry ice in methanol.

WARNING : MIL-PRF-680 TYPE II SOLVENT IS DANGEROUS TO SKIN, EYES, AND


RESPIRATORY TRACT. SKIN AND EYE PROTECTION IS NECESSARY.
PREVENT REPEATED TOUCH OF THE SOLVENT, OR TOUCH FOR A
LONG TIME. GOOD GENERAL AIR FLOW IS USUALLY SUFFICIENT.

(c) Clean the internal diameter of the bushing (1-435) with a cloth moist with MIL-PRF-680
Type II or WHITE SPIRIT solvent.
(d) Put the cooled bushing (1-430) in the bushing (1-435) and immediately press it fully into
the bushing (1-430) with tool AC21867000.
(e) Make sure that the maximum clearance under the bushing flange is 0,05 mm (0.002 in).
If the clearance is more than this limit, press the bushing (1-430) again until its flange
is against the bushing (1-435). If the bushing cannot be installed correctly, remove it
immediately and repeat the tasks (Ref. SUBTASK 32-41-81-010-007-A01) and (Ref.
SUBTASK 32-41-81-440-001-A01).

SUBTASK 32-41-81-410-003-A01
(3) Installation of the bushing assembly (1-428) in the torque plate

(a) Make sure that there are no scratches in the bushing assembly hole.
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– The diameter of the hole must be 191,290 mm (7.5311 in) max.

(b) Cool the bushing assembly (1-428) to -18 °C (0 °F) minimum in a dry ice chest.

(c) Make sure that the bushing is cooled for a minimum of fifteen minutes. Then cool it in
liquid nitrogen or in dry ice in methanol.

WARNING : MIL-PRF-680 TYPE II SOLVENT AND ZINC CHROMATE PRIMER TT-P-1757


ARE DANGEROUS TO SKIN, EYES, AND RESPIRATORY TRACT. SKIN
AND EYE PROTECTION IS NECESSARY. PREVENT REPEATED TOUCH
OF THE SOLVENT OF PRIMER, OR TOUCH FOR A LONG TIME. GOOD
GENERAL AIR FLOW IS USUALLY SUFFICIENT.

(d) Clean the hole to receive the bushing with a cloth made moist with MIL-PRF-680 Type II
or WHITE SPIRIT solvent.

(e) Apply a thin layer of zinc chromate primer (TT-P-1757) as a spray to the hole.

(f) Heat the torque plate to 246 °C (475 °F) maximum for not longer than ten minutes.

(g) Put the heated torque plate on the worktable with appropriate supports under the torque
plate.

(h) Put the cooled bushing in the hole and immediately press it fully into the hole with the
tool AC21866000.

(i) Machine the bushing to the dimensions shown in (Ref. Fig. 6004).

(j) Apply protective coating to the bushing assembly with colorless varnish.

1 Use base material 683-3-2 with catalyst X-310-A or base material G3005 with
catalyst AWL-CAT # 3 (H3002).
2 Mixing requirements:
a Mix one part of base 683-3-2 with one part of catalyst X-310-A. Drying time:
one week.
b Mix two parts of base G3005 with one part of catalyst AWL-CAT # 3 (H3002).
Drying time: 24 hours.
NOTE: Prepare only the quantity which is necessary. Pot life of the mixture:
eight hours at 20 °C (68 °F).

3 Application of the mixture


a Fill the clearances between the bushing assembly and the torque plate with one
of the two mixtures until there is a bead between the outside diameter of the
bushing and the torque plate.

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Machining dimensions for Bushing Assembly (1-428)


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REPAIR 3

TASK 32-41-81-300-804-A01
1. Repair 3 - Repair of the Heat Shield assemblies (1-445) and (1-415)

A. Reason for the job


Self-explanatory.

B. Job set-up information


(1) Tools, fixtures and equipment

(a) The table gives the tools, fixtures and equipment to do the maintenance of the
component.
NOTE: You can use alternatives for the listed items.

NOTE: Refer to SPECIAL TOOLS, FIXTURES, EQUIPMENT AND CONSUMABLES


section for full details.

REFERENCE QTY NAME


Commercially available 1 Drilling machine
Commercially available 1 Welding machine

(2) Consumables

(a) The table below gives the consumables necessary to do the maintenance of the
component.
NOTE: You can use alternatives for the listed items.

NOTE: Refer to the SPECIAL TOOLS, FIXTURES, EQUIPMENT AND


CONSUMABLES section for full details.

REFERENCE NAME
RTV 106 Sealant

(3) Referenced information

REFERENCE DESIGNATION
ILLUSTRATED PARTS LIST, Fig. IPL 01 Main Landing Gear Carbon Brake Assembly
(Exploded view)

C. Job set-up
Not applicable.
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D. Procedure
(Ref. Fig. IPL 01)

CAUTION: MAKE SURE THAT ALL THE PARTS ARE CLEAN BEFORE REPAIR. REFER
TO THE CLEANING SECTION.

SUBTASK 32-41-81-320-004-A01
(1) Repair of the heat shield assembly (1-445)

CAUTION: CRACKS ARE NOT ACCEPTABLE WITHIN 12,7 MM (0.500 IN) RADIUS OF
THE HEAT SHIELD MOUNTING HOLE CENTER.

CAUTION: CRACKS BETWEEN THE COOLING HOLES AND THE INNER DIAMETER
OF THE HEAT SHIELD ARE ACCEPTABLE.

CAUTION: ONLY ONE CRACK BETWEEN A COOLING HOLE AND THE OUTER
DIAMETER OF THE HEAT SHIELD IS ACCEPTABLE.

CAUTION: CRACKS AT THE ATTACHMENT HOLES MUST BE REPAIRED (REF. FIG.


6005).

(a) Make sure that the heat shield assembly (1-445) is clean (refer to the CLEANING
section).

(b) Apply high temperature RTV 106 in six equally-spaced locations ((Ref. Fig. 6005),
Detail 1).

NOTE: Follow the manufacturer’s recommendation for curing time of the RTV 106.

(c) Drill a 3 mm (0.12 in) diameter stop hole at each end of the crack.

(d) Spotweld a patch over the cracked area ((Ref. Fig. 6005), Detail 2).

NOTE: Use 304 CRES (or equivalent) to form the patch material with thickness of
1,11 to 1,91 mm (0.0437 to 0.0752 in).

(e) Drill a 5,1 mm (0.20 in) diameter hole through the patch in the same location as the
initial attachment hole in the heat shield.

(f) Weld the attachment brackets if they are found disengaged.

NOTE: Use TIG, MIG or spot welding with stainless steel (304 CRES) to form the
patch material.

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SUBTASK 32-41-81-320-005-A01
(2) Repair of the heat shield assembly (1-415)

(a) Make sure that the heat shield assembly (1-415) is clean (refer to the CLEANING
section).

(b) Drill a 3 mm (0.12 in) diameter stop hole at each end of the crack.

(c) Tackweld a patch over the cracked area on the tabs.

NOTE: Use 28 gauge stainless steel (304 CRES) to form the patch material.

(d) Tackweld a patch over the cracked area on the ventilation holes area.

NOTE: Use stainless steel (304 CRES or Z6CN 18.09) to form the patch material with
thickness of 0,2 to 0,3 mm (0.079 to 0.0112 in).

(e) Make sure that the heat shield is in its initial shape after the repair.

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REPAIR 4

TASK 32-41-81-300-805-A01
1. Repair 4 - Repair of the Guide Sleeve (1-120)

A. Reason for the job


Self-explanatory.

B. Job set-up information


(1) Tools, fixtures and equipment

Not applicable.

(2) Consumables

Not applicable.

(3) Referenced information

REFERENCE DESIGNATION
ILLUSTRATED PARTS LIST, Fig. IPL 01 Main Landing Gear Carbon Brake Assembly
(Exploded view)

C. Job set-up
Not applicable.

D. Procedure
(Ref. Fig. IPL 01)

SUBTASK 32-41-81-320-006-A01
(1) Repair of the guide sleeve (1-120)

(a) Remove the scratches or detached parts on external surface of the guide sleeve (1-120)
over a length of 5 mm (0.2 in).
– After removing the scratches or detached parts, the length must be to the dimension
shown in (Ref. Fig. 6006).

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FIGURE 6006/GRAPHIC32-41-81-991-024-A01

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REPAIR 5

TASK 32-41-81-300-806-A01
1. Repair 5 - Repair of the Piston Housing (1-020)

A. Reason for the job


Self-explanatory.

B. Job set-up information


(1) Tools, fixtures and equipment

Not applicable.

(2) Consumables

(a) The table below gives the consumables necessary to do the maintenance of the
component.
NOTE: You can use alternatives for the listed items.

NOTE: Refer to the SPECIAL TOOLS, FIXTURES, EQUIPMENT AND


CONSUMABLES section for full details.

REFERENCE NAME
WD-40 or corrosion preventive oil as per Corrosion preventive oil
MIL-PRF-81309

(3) Referenced information

REFERENCE DESIGNATION
ILLUSTRATED PARTS LIST, Fig. IPL 01 Main Landing Gear Carbon Brake Assembly
(Exploded view)
Standard Practices Manual 32-09-01 section Corrosion removal
19

C. Job set-up
Not applicable.

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D. Procedure
(Ref. Fig. IPL 01)

SUBTASK 32-41-81-320-007-A01
(1) Repair of the piston housing (1-020)

CAUTION: DO NOT APPLY THIS REPAIR PROCEDURE ON A HYDRAULIC SEALING


OR IN A PORT OR IN A PISTON CAVITY.

(a) Apply a thin layer of protective seal to the inserts, bushings and the Lee plugs.

(b) Mask the other openings and the surfaces that do not have corrosion.

(c) Remove corrosion to a maximum depth of 0,25 mm (0.01 in) by blast procedure. Refer to
the section 19 of the Standard Practices Manual 32-09-01. Blend the damaged area with
a “50-to-1” blend repair (Ref. Fig. 6007).

(d) Apply corrosion preventive oil to the areas where you have removed corrosion.

(e) Description of a “50-to-1” Blend Repair

NOTE: A “50-to-1” diameter for each blend repair is recommended for the flat areas
where a circular repair pattern is possible. A ”50-to-1” blend repair is not
possible for the areas that are not flat. Calculate a “50-to-1” as follows:

1 Measure the depth “d” of the damaged areas (Ref. Fig. 6007). If the depth is more
than the permitted limit, reject the piston housing.
2 Multiple “d” by 50 to get the recommended diameter “D” of a circular repair area.
NOTE: When a circular repair pattern is not possible, make the repair areas as
large as possible with the length and width not more than the diameter
“D”. Radius the sharp edges.

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Blending of damaged area


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SUBTASK 32-41-81-300-002-A01
(2) Replacement of the Heli-Coil thread inserts (1-035) in the cable guide (1-275) mounting holes

NOTE: Repair the cable guide bracket mounting holes using an oversize Heli-Coil insert
or a Heli-Coil twinsert.
If the piston housing (1-020) is not damaged, install a new Heli-Coil insert of the
same size.
If the piston housing (1-020) is damaged, install an oversize Heli-Coil insert. If the
damage is severe, install a new Heli-Coil twinsert.

(a) Removal/Installation of oversize Heli-Coil thread inserts

1 Remove the damaged thread inserts (1-035).


2 Cut new threads with a Heli-Coil oversize bottoming tap No. 56193-4-2 to minimum
tap depth of 13,72 mm (0.540 in).
3 Surface treat the bare aluminum in the repaired hole (refer to REPAIR 8 section).
4 Use the Heli-Coil insert tool 7552-4 and install an oversize Heli-Coil insert
(8191-4CN0500). Use the Heli-Coil tool 3695-4 and break off tang.

(b) Removal/Installation of Heli-Coil twinsert

1 Remove the damaged thread inserts (1-035).


2 Drill a 7,938 mm (0.3125 in) diameter hole to a maximum depth of 18,390 mm
(0.724 in).
3 Cut the new threads with a Heli-Coil bottoming tap No. 3983-4 to minimum tap depth
of 13,72 mm (0.540 in).
4 Surface treat the bare aluminum in the repaired hole (refer to REPAIR 8 section).
5 Use the Heli-Coil insert tool 2705-4 and install an outer insert (2391-4CN500).
6 Turn the coil an additional 0.75 - 1.25 turns after the top of the coil is even with the
top surface of the hole.
7 Use the Heli-Coil tool 4032-4 to break off tang of outer insert.
8 Use the Heli-Coil insert tool 7552-4 and install an inner insert (4491-4CN464).
9 When the top of the inner coil is even with the top of the outer coil, use the Heli-Coil
tool 3695-4 and break off tang of inner insert.

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REPAIR 6

TASK 32-41-81-300-807-A01
1. Repair 6 - Repair of the Torque Plate (1-425)

A. Reason for the job


Self-explanatory.

B. Job set-up information


(1) Tools, fixtures and equipment
(a) The table gives the tools, fixtures and equipment necessary to do the maintenance
of the component.
NOTE: You can use alternatives for the listed items.

NOTE: Refer to the SPECIAL TOOLS, FIXTURES, EQUIPMENT AND


CONSUMABLES section for full details.

REFERENCE QTY NAME


Commercially available 1 Oven
Commercially available 1 Welding machine
Commercially available 1 Abrasive paper (#100 to #240)

(2) Consumables
(a) The table below gives the consumables necessary to do the maintenance of the
component.
NOTE: You can use alternatives for the listed items.

NOTE: Refer to the SPECIAL TOOLS, FIXTURES, EQUIPMENT AND


CONSUMABLES section for full details.

REFERENCE NAME
WD-40 or corrosion preventive oil as per Corrosion preventive oil
MIL-PRF-81309

(3) Referenced information

REFERENCE DESIGNATION
ILLUSTRATED PARTS LIST, Fig. IPL 01 Main Landing Gear Carbon Brake Assembly
Standard Practices Manual 32-09-01, section Magnetic particle inspection
42 or ASTM E1444
Standard Practices Manual, section 38 Detection of defects by fluorescent penetrant
inspection
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C. Job set-up
Not applicable.

D. Procedure
(Ref. Fig. IPL 01)
SUBTASK 32-41-81-320-008-A01
(1) Removal of corrosion or old paint residual on the torque tube

NOTE: Do this procedure only if there are signs of corrosion or old paint residual which
stay after the procedure that follows: (Ref. SUBTASK 32-41-81-320-005-A01).

(a) All areas except splines


1 If not removed, apply mask material to the bushing assembly (1-428).
2 Rub the torque plate (1-425) with large-grit abrasive paper (#100 to #240) or
aluminium oxide blast the torque plate (1-425). The maximum depth removal is
0,51 mm (0.020 in).
NOTE: You can also use grinding stone or standard rotating device with drum
sander or metal wire brush.

3 Apply the protection as written in the REPAIR 8 section.

(b) Spline areas


(Ref. Fig. 6008)
1 If not removed, apply mask material to the bushing assembly (1-428).

CAUTION: MOVE CONTINUOUSLY ALONG THE SPLINE WHEN YOU REMOVE


SIGNS OF CORROSION OR OLD PAINT RESIDUAL.

2 Rub the splines of the torque plate (1-425) with a file or a standard rotating device
with drum sander.
3 Make sure that the dimensions of the splines are in the limits.
4 Apply the protection as written in the REPAIR 8 section.

SUBTASK 32-41-81-320-009-A01
(2) Repair of the torque plate (1-425) at the torque-button contact areas
(Ref. Fig. 6009)
NOTE: No repair of a torque-button contact area is necessary if the damage is not more
than 0,51 mm (0.020 in) deep.

CAUTION: DO NOT APPLY WELD METAL TO AREAS THAT ARE NOT WORN.

(a) Remove the paint (refer to the CLEANING section) and the corrosion or other
contamination to a minimum of 6,4 mm (0.252 in) from the area to be welded.
(b) Clean the torque plate (1-425) (refer to the CLEANING section).
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CAUTION: KEEP THE PART AT THE CORRECT TEMPERATURE DURING THE WELD
PROCEDURE. INCORRECT TEMPERATURE CAN CAUSE DAMAGE TO
THE PART OR CAUSE THE WELD TO BREAK.

(c) Pre-heat integral torque plate (1-425) at a temperature between 204 and 260 °C (400
and 500 °F).

NOTE: While the part is being welded, keep all areas of the part at a temperature
between 204 and 315 °C (400 and 600 °F).

NOTE: Do not weld into the hole for the torque buttons. Deposit sufficient filler metal to
make sure that the part can be machined to the correct dimensions.

(d) Built-up the material by argon welding with the following requirements:
– AC or DC 50A current.
– 1,6 mm (0.063 in) diameter tungsten electrode.
– Argon torch spray rate: 9 l/min (2.37 US gal/min).
– 1,6 or 2 mm (0.063 or 0.079 in) diameter BMS metal filler. The harness number of the
deposited BMS metal is equal to that of the torque plate.

CAUTION: OBEY STRICTLY “LOW HYDROGEN” WELDING PROCEDURES.


INCORRECT PROCEDURES CAN CAUSE HIDDEN INTERNAL CRACKS
IN THE WELD AREA.

(e) Weld with a shielded metal arc weld (stick electrode) or gas tungsten arc weld (TIG or
Heli-arc) or gas metal arc weld (MIG) procedure. Use a “low hydrogen” electrode or filler
metal that is 17-22A(S) alloy (AMS6458) or equivalent.

NOTE: Do not let dirt or moisture on the electrode or filler metal. Do not permit a long
arc, which can let atmospheric contamination of the weld metal. If possible, do
not weld into holes for the torque buttons. Deposit sufficient filler metal to make
sure that the part can be machined to the correct dimensions.

(f) Apply the built-up material one after the other to overlap on each side to prevent too
high or heat rise, while reworking.

CAUTION: YOU MUST NOT WELD THE TORQUE PLATE WITH OXY-ACETYLENE
TORCH. THIS WILL INCREASE THE TEMPERATURE, THAT CAN CHANGE
THE METALLURGICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF THE PART.

CAUTION: DO NOT STACK TORQUE PLATE OR PUT THEM IN AN INCORRECT


POSITION DURING HEAT TREATMENT, IT CAN CAUSE DAMAGE.

(g) Immediately after welding, place the torque plate in an oven at 500 °C (932 °F) for one
hour.

NOTE: Keep each part on its backleg end and do not stack parts.

(h) Stop heating and allow the torque plate to slowly cool inside oven.

(i) Machine the torque plate to the initial dimensions, (Ref. Fig. 6009).
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(j) Do a magnetic particle or penetrant inspection of the repaired areas for cracks. Refer to
the section 42 or the section 38 of the Standard Practices Manual 32-09-01. If there is
crack, grind it out, then weld and machine the cracked area again.

(k) Apply surface treatment to the torque plate (refer to REPAIR 8 section).

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SUBTASK 32-41-81-320-010-A01
(3) Repair the splines of the torque plate (1-425)
(Ref. Fig. 6010)
(a) Repair damaged splines by local blending. The minimum spline height must be 11,86
mm (0.460 in).

CAUTION: DO NOT REWORK THE LATERAL SIDES SURFACES AND KEEP THEM
PARALLEL WITH A MINIMUM WIDTH OF 6,79 MM (0.2673 IN) FOR
NARROW SPLINES AND 14,33 MM (0.5642 IN) FOR THE WIDE SPLINE.

1 Repair the damage on the top surface of the spline by local blending.
2 Do a magnetic particle inspection in accordance with section 42 of the Standard
Practices Manual 32-09-01 or to ASTM E1444.
3 Apply the protection (refer to REPAIR 8 section).

SUBTASK 32-41-81-320-011-A01
(4) Repair the splines with a maximum damage depth of 1,6 mm (0.063 in) by a weld repair
(Ref. Fig. 6010)
(a) Prepare damaged areas for build-up.
– Machine areas to be built-up following the instruction of (Ref. Fig. 6010).
– Deburr areas prepared for built-up.
– Make sure that there is no sharp edge on the cuts-out.
– The depth of the cuts-out must not be more than 1,6 mm (0.063 in).
– The length of the cuts-out must not be more than 25,4 mm (1.00 in).
NOTE: The number of cuts-out per spline is not restricted.

(b) Clean the torque plate (1-425) (refer to the CLEANING section).

CAUTION: KEEP THE PART AT THE CORRECT TEMPERATURE DURING THE WELD
PROCEDURE. INCORRECT TEMPERATURE CAN CAUSE DAMAGE TO
THE PART OR CAUSE THE WELD TO BREAK.

(c) Pre-heat integral torque plate (1-425) at a temperature between 204 and 260 °C (400
and 500 °F).
NOTE: Keep the temperature of the part between 204 and 315 °C (400 and 600 °F)
during welding.

NOTE: Deposit sufficient filler metal to make sure that the part can be machined to
the correct dimensions.

(d) Built-up the material by argon welding with the below requirements:
– AC or DC 50A current.
– 1,6 mm (0.063 in) diameter tungsten electrode.
– Argon torch spray rate: 9 l/min (2.37 US.gal/min).
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– 1,6 or 2 mm (0.063 or 0.079 in) diameter BMS metal filler. The harness number of the
deposited BMS metal is equal to that of the torque plate.

CAUTION: OBEY “LOW HYDROGEN” WELDING PROCEDURES. INCORRECT


PROCEDURES CAN CAUSE HIDDEN INTERNAL CRACKS IN THE WELD
AREA.

(e) Weld with a shielded metal arc weld (stick electrode) or gas tungsten arc weld (TIG or
Heli-arc) or gas metal arc weld (MIG) procedure. Use a “low hydrogen” electrode or filler
metal that is 17-22A(S) alloy (AMS6458) or equivalent.

NOTE: Do not let dirt or moisture on the electrode or filler metal. Do not allow a
long arc which can let atmospheric contamination of the weld metal. Deposit
sufficient filler metal to make sure that the part can be machined to the correct
dimensions.

(f) Apply the built-up material consecutive runs overlapping on each side to prevent too
high or heat rise, while reworking.

CAUTION: YOU MUST NOT WELD WITH OXY-ACETYLENE TORCH ON TORQUE


PLATE. THIS INCREASES THE TEMPERATURE CAN CHANGE THE
METALLURGICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF THE PART.

CAUTION: DO NOT STACK TORQUE PLATE OR PUT THEM IN AN INCORRECT


POSITION DURING HEAT TREATMENT, IT CAN CAUSE DAMAGE.

(g) Immediately after welding place the torque plate in an oven at 500 °C (932 °F) for one
hour.

NOTE: Keep each part on its back leg end and do not stack parts.

(h) Stop heating and allow the torque plate to slowly cool inside oven.

(i) Machine the torque plate splines to the initial dimensions, (Ref. Fig. 6010).

(j) If the deposit is on the temperature sensor spline hole, restore the hole by drilling the
deposit: Ø 8,0 mm (0.315 in) hole at the same location (Ref. Fig. 6010).

(k) Deburr edges 0,2 to 0,4 mm (0.0079 to 0.0157 in).

(l) Do a magnetic particle inspection. Refer to the section 42 of the Standard Practices
Manual 32-09-01 or to ASTM E1444.

(m) Check roundness of the torque plate, a maximum of 0,25 mm (0.0098 in) is permitted
in the plane of replaced areas.

(n) Apply the protection (refer to REPAIR 8 section).

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SUBTASK 32-41-81-320-012-A01
(5) Repair of the threaded hole(s) in the torque plate (1-425)

(a) Repair the damaged areas of threads with a standard Heli-Coil insert as follows:

1 Make a bushing as shown in (Ref. Fig. 6011).


NOTE: Break all the sharp edges.

2 Drill the threaded hole to 16,27 mm (0.641 in) diameter thru and perpendicular to the
end surface of the torque plate to a limit of 0.5° or less.
3 Counter bore the hole between 19,00 to 19,05 mm (0.748 to 0.750 in) diameter and
5,71 to 6,22 mm (0.2248 to 0.2449 in) depth.
4 Cut new threads to the full length of the hole with a Heli-Coil tap (18193-10). Tap the
hole perpendicular to the end surface of the torque plate to a limit of 0.5° or less.
5 Install a new Heli-Coil insert (1191-10CN 0625) with a Heli-Coil insert tool (535-10)
until the top coil is 0.5 - 1 turn below the surface. Break off the drive tang of the
Heli-Coil insert.
6 Press the bushing into the counterbore until the bushing is flush with the surface or
below the surface of the torque plate flange.
7 Impression stamp an “O” adjacent to the repaired hole. Remove metal that is raised
by the impression stamp.

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Repair for the threaded holes in the Torque Plate (1-425)


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SUBTASK 32-41-81-320-013-A010
(6) Repair of the torque plate diameter at the bushing assembly (1-428) location

(a) Machine the torque plate diameter at the bushing assembly (1-428) location to initial
manufacturing dimensions shown in (Ref. Fig. 6012).

(b) Make sure that the thickness “T” after the repair is not less than 3 mm (0.118 in).

(c) Restore the protection (refer to REPAIR 8 section).

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Machining dimensions for Torque Plate diameter at Bushing Assembly (1-428) location
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REPAIR 7

TASK 32-41-81-300-808-A01
1. Repair 7- Repair of the Cable Guide (1-275)

A. Reason for the job


Self-explanatory.

B. Job set-up information


(1) Tools, fixtures and equipment
(a) The table gives the tools, fixtures and equipment necessary to do the maintenance
of the component.
NOTE: You can use alternatives for the listed items.

NOTE: Refer to the SPECIAL TOOLS, FIXTURES, EQUIPMENT AND


CONSUMABLES section for full details.

REFERENCE QTY NAME


Commercially available 1 Welding machine

(2) Consumables
Not applicable.

(3) Referenced information

REFERENCE DESIGNATION
ILLUSTRATED PARTS LIST, Fig. IPL 01 Main Landing Gear Carbon Brake Assembly
(Exploded view)

C. Job set-up
Not applicable.

D. Procedure
(Ref. Fig. IPL 01)
SUBTASK 32-41-81-320-014-A01
(1) Repair of the cable guide (1-275) broken at the location, where the loop is welded together
during manufacturing

(a) Repair the damaged cable guide by TIG welding.


NOTE: Use the AMS5680 filler rod for welding.

1 The cable guide is made from 304 stainless steel.

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REPAIR 8

TASK 32-41-81-300-809-A01
1. Repair 8 - Protection

A. Reason for the job


Self-explanatory.

B. Job set-up information


(1) Tools, fixtures and equipment

Not applicable.

(2) Consumables

Not applicable.

(3) Referenced information

REFERENCE DESIGNATION
ILLUSTRATED PARTS LIST, Fig. IPL 01 Main Landing Gear Carbon Brake Assembly
(Exploded view)

Standard Practices Manual 32-09-01, section Local repair of the surface finish on aluminium
14 alloys by chemical oxidizing
Standard Practices Manual 32-09-01, sections Painting
36C and 61A
Standard Practices Manual 32-09-01, section Sulphuric acid anodizing
11
Standard Practices Manual 32-09-01, sections Cadmium plating
3 and 15
SUBTASK 32-41-81-750-001-A01 Ground continuity test

C. Job set-up
Not applicable.

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D. Procedure
(Ref. Fig. IPL 01)

WARNING : MAKE SURE YOU OBEY ALL THE HEALTH AND SAFETY PRECAUTIONS OF
THE MANUFACTURERS OF MATERIALS.

SUBTASK 32-41-81-380-001-A01
(1) Protection of the piston housing (1-020)

(a) Touch-up:

1 If necessary, remove the temporary protection (refer to the CLEANING section).


2 Sulphuric acid anodizing (refer to the section 11 of the Standard Practices Manual
32-09-01) or chemical oxidizer to locally repair the protection of the piston housing
(1-020) (refer to the section 14 of the Standard Practices Manual 32-09-01).

(b) To apply the modifications introduced by SB 2-1577-32-12, refer to the steps that follow:

1 Mask around the area where the temperature sensor assembly (1-250) touches the
piston housing (1-020) (Ref. Fig. 6013).
2 Remove the paint and primer from the area where the temperature sensor assembly
(1-250) touches the piston housing (1-020). Refer to the CLEANING section (Ref.
Fig. 6013).
3 Remove the anodize film from the area where the temperature sensor touches the
piston housing with #320 grit abrasive cloth. Use #400 grit (or finer) to smooth the
surface
4 Apply chemical oxidizer to locally repair the protection of the piston housing (1-020)
(refer to the section 14 of the Standard Practices Manual 32-09-01).
5 Do a ground continuity test (Ref. SUBTASK 32-41-81-750-001-A01).

(c) Complete surface treatment

1 Apply the full paint scheme as shown (Ref. Fig. 6013). Refer to the section 36C of
the Standard Practices Manual 32-09-01.

SUBTASK 32-41-81-380-002-A01
(2) Protection of the torque plate (1-425)

(a) Touch-up:

1 If necessary, remove the temporary protection (refer to CLEANING section).


2 Touch-up the area with high temperature-resistant water reducible paint. Refer to the
section 61A of the Standard Practices Manual 32-09-01 or Sermetel 750.
3 Sermetel 750 application instructions:
– Make sure that the areas to be touched up are clean and without contamination.
– Lightly abrade area to ensure maximum adhesion.
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– Apply coating, use brush or spray techniques. A dry thickness of 0,012 to 0,025
mm (0.00047 to 0.00098 in) is recommended.
– The coating will air dry to allow handling in 30 minutes. Complete cure at ambient
temperature requires ten days. To accelerate curing insert into 120 °C (250 °F) air
circulating oven for four hours.
– Suppliers:
SERMATECH INTERNATIONAL INC.
155 South LIMERICK Road
LIMERICK PA 19468
U.S.A.
http://www.sermatech.com
or
SERMATECH INTERNATIONAL INC.
Weilenburgstrasse 49
42579 Heiligenhaus
GERMANY
http://www.sermatech.com

(b) Complete surface treatment

1 If necessary, remove the temporary protection (refer to the CLEANING section).

2 Apply the full paint scheme as shown (Ref. Fig. 6013). Refer to the section 61A of
the Standard Practices Manual 32-09-01 or Sermetel 2F-1 or contact SermaTech
International for instructions to return the torque plate for surface treatment
application.

SUBTASK 32-41-81-380-003-A01
(3) Protection of the piston sleeve (1-060)

(a) Touch-up:

1 If necessary, remove the temporary protection (refer to the CLEANING section).


2 Apply chemical oxidizer to locally repair the protection of the piston sleeve (1-060).
Refer to the section 14 of the Standard Practices Manual 32-09-01.
NOTE: Protection of the piston sleeve (for information only): PTFE impregnated
hard anodizing.

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SUBTASK 32-41-81-380-004-A01
(4) Protection of the pin retainer (1-105)

WARNING : DO NOT GET CADMIUM IN YOUR MOUTH. CADMIUM THAT IS


SWALLOWED CAN CAUSE KIDNEY OR REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM
DISEASE. AFTER YOU TOUCH CADMIUM PLATED PARTS, CLEAN
YOUR HANDS BEFORE YOU EAT OR SMOKE. GET SAFETY
INSTRUCTIONS FROM YOUR EMPLOYER. OBEY GOVERNMENT AND
OSHA REGULATIONS WHEN YOU DISCARD THE PARTS THAT CONTAIN
CADMIUM.

WARNING : DO NOT BREATHE CADMIUM PARTICLES, FUMES, OR DUST. THESE


PARTICLES, FUMES, OR DUST CAN CAUSE LUNG OR KIDNEY DISEASE.
IF MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES MAKE CADMIUM PARTICLES,
FUMES, OR DUST, TELL YOUR EMPLOYER TO SUPPLY RESPIRATORS,
VENTILATION, AND/OR PROCEDURES TO PREVENT EXPOSURE TO
PERSONNEL.

The Occupational, Safety, and Health Administration (OSHA) has an applicable DANGER
warning (29 CFR 1910.1027 (m)(3)(ii)) as follows:
DANGER: CONTAINS CADMIUM. CANCER HAZARD. AVOID CREATING DUST. CAN CAUSE
LUNG AND KIDNEY DISEASE.
(a) Touch-up:

1 If necessary, remove the temporary protection (refer to the CLEANING section). The
pin retainer (1-105) can be cadmium plated.
2 Apply cadmium plating. Refer to the section 3 of the Standard Practices Manual
32-09-01.

(b) Complete surface treatment

1 If necessary, remove the temporary protection (refer to the CLEANING section).


2 Refer to the section 15 of the Standard Practices Manual 32-09-01 and restore the
complete surface treatment.

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Protection of the Piston Housing (1-020)


FIGURE 6013/GRAPHIC32-41-81-991-031-A01

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Protection of the Torque Plate (1-425)


FIGURE 6014/GRAPHIC32-41-81-991-032-A01

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SUBTASK 32-41-81-380-005-A01
(5) EDL® Return Policy for heat sink Repair

– Refer to SL 1701 for Airline/brake repair Station which currently deal with Messier-Goodrich
S.A. (FRANCE).
– Refer to SL 1685 for Airline/brake repair Station which currently deal with Goodrich-Messier
Inc. (U.S.A.).

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ASSEMBLY

TASK 32-41-81-400-801-A01
1. Assembly

A. Reason for the job


Self-explanatory.

B. Job set-up information


(1) Tools, fixtures and equipment
(a) The table below gives the tools, fixtures and equipment necessary to assemble the
component.
NOTE: You can use alternatives for the listed items.

NOTE: Refer to the SPECIAL TOOLS, FIXTURES, EQUIPMENT AND


CONSUMABLES section for full details.

REFERENCE QTY NAME


Commercially available 1 Dry compressed air source with a pressure
reducing valve
AC21869000 1 Installation tool
AC21868010 1 Installation tool
Alt. 114-1069
Alt. 114-1070
Alt. 114-1071
Alt. 114-1095
Q46498 1 Compression tool
Alt. 114-231
AC21867000 1 Installation tool
Alt. 114-1066
AC21866000 1 Removal/installation tool
Alt. 114-1064
Alt. 114-1065
Q46500 1 Installation cone
Alt. 114-245
Q46676 1 Installation cone
Alt. 114-1096
114-552 1 Support for piston installation
114-1097 1 Installation tool used to guide piston
89901 1 Spatula

(2) Consumables

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(a) The table below gives the consumables necessary to assemble the component.
NOTE: You can use alternatives for the listed items.

NOTE: Refer to the SPECIAL TOOLS, FIXTURES, EQUIPMENT AND


CONSUMABLES section for full details.

REFERENCE NAME
Commercially available Clean and soft lint-free cloth

Base material 683-3-2 and catalyst X-310-A Colorless varnish


SAE-AMS-2518 or MIL-T-5544 Anti-seize compound
MIL-PRF-83483 Anti-seize compound
Hydraulic fluid as per NSA 307110 type IV Hydraulic fluid

WHITE SPIRIT or ISOPROPYL ALCOHOL or Cleaning product


cleaning product as per MIL-PRF-680 Type II
or III

(3) Referenced information

REFERENCE DESIGNATION
ILLUSTRATED PARTS LIST, Fig. IPL 01 Main Landing Gear Carbon Brake Assembly
(Exploded view)
Standard Practices Manual 32-09-01, section Bonding of mating parts with ARALDITE
27

C. Job set-up
Not applicable.

D. Procedure
(Ref. Fig. IPL 01)

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WARNING : HYDRAULIC FLUID IS FLAMMABLE AND DANGEROUS TO THE EYES, SKIN


AND RESPIRATORY TRACT. YOU MUST USE SKIN AND EYES PROTECTION
EQUIPMENT. PREVENT REPEATED CONTACT OR CONTACT FOR A LONG
TIME WITH HYDRAULIC FLUID. GOOD GENERAL AIR FLOW IS USUALLY
SUFFICIENT.

WARNING : USE SOLVENTS/CLEANING PRODUCTS ONLY IN AN AREA WITH A GOOD


SUPPLY OF AIR. OBEY LOCAL SAFETY AND HEALTH INSTRUCTIONS. OBEY
THE MANUFACTURER’S INSTRUCTIONS. PUT ON PROTECTIVE CLOTHING.
DO NOT DRINK SOLVENTS / CLEANING PRODUCTS. DO NOT SMOKE. DO
NOT BREATHE THE FUMES. SOLVENTS / CLEANING PRODUCTS ARE
POISONOUS AND FLAMMABLE. USE THE APPROVED HAND AND EYE
PROTECTION WHEN YOU APPLY SOLVENTS/CLEANING PRODUCT. IT IS A
SKIN IRRITANT.

WARNING : IF YOU GET SOLVENTS/CLEANING PRODUCTS ON YOUR SKIN OR IN YOUR


EYES:

– FLUSH IT AWAY WITH CLEAN WATER.


– GET MEDICAL AID.

CAUTION: DO THE ASSEMBLY ON A CLEAN WORKBENCH WHERE THERE ARE NO


DUST AND NO MOISTURE. PROTECT THE PARTS FROM IMPACT DAMAGE.

CAUTION: MAKE SURE THAT ALL THE PARTS ARE CLEAN BEFORE ASSEMBLY.

SUBTASK 32-41-81-400-001-A01
(1) First steps

(a) General instructions:


1 Before you assemble the component, make sure that the parts are clean. If
necessary, remove the temporary protection (refer to the CLEANING section).

(b) Special instructions:

CAUTION: DISCARD A PREFORMED PACKING OR A BACK-UP RING WHICH


SHOWS CONTAMINATION WITH GREASE OR OIL, OR DISTORTION
OF THE PROFILE.

1 Before installation of the preformed packings:


– Carefully clean the threads, tools, and all surfaces that can touch the preformed
packings during the assembly (refer to the CLEANING section).
– Carefully examine the surfaces on which you will install them. Replace the parts
that show non-repaired damage.

2 Installation of the preformed packings:


– The groove and the preformed packing can be fully dry or lubricated with hydraulic
fluid.

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– Use the tool 89901 to install the preformed packings.

3 After installation of the preformed packings:


– Rub the preformed packing with the hand to make the stress equal around the
entire preformed packing.
NOTE: Some procedures for the installation of the Teflon back-up rings always
cause distortion of the back-up rings. This makes it necessary to use
special tools.

SUBTASK 32-41-81-440-002-A01
(2) Assembly of the piston (1-070)

WARNING : DO NOT GET CADMIUM IN YOUR MOUTH. CADMIUM THAT IS


SWALLOWED CAN CAUSE KIDNEY OR REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM
DISEASE. AFTER YOU TOUCH CADMIUM PLATED PARTS, CLEAN
YOUR HANDS BEFORE YOU EAT OR SMOKE. GET SAFETY
INSTRUCTIONS FROM YOUR EMPLOYER. OBEY GOVERNMENT AND
OSHA REGULATIONS WHEN YOU DISCARD THE PARTS THAT CONTAIN
CADMIUM.

WARNING : DO NOT BREATHE CADMIUM PARTICLES, FUMES, OR DUST. THESE


PARTICLES, FUMES, OR DUST CAN CAUSE LUNG OR KIDNEY DISEASE.
IF MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES MAKE CADMIUM PARTICLES,
FUMES, OR DUST, TELL YOUR EMPLOYER TO SUPPLY RESPIRATORS,
VENTILATION, AND/OR PROCEDURES TO PREVENT EXPOSURE TO
PERSONNEL.

The Occupational, Safety, and Health Administration (OSHA) has an applicable DANGER
warning (29 CFR 1910.1027 (m)(3)(ii)) as follows:
DANGER: CONTAINS CADMIUM. CANCER HAZARD. AVOID CREATING DUST. CAN CAUSE
LUNG AND KIDNEY DISEASE.
(a) Installation of the preformed packings on the piston (1-070):
1 Install the back-up rings (1-075) on the piston (1-070) with the cone and the plunger
for the tool AC21869000.
2 Install the half-washers of the tool AC21869000 on the piston (1-070).
3 Install the resizing ring of the tool AC21869000 (on the side of the larger chamfer) and
hold the half-washers in position. Leave the resizing ring in position for two hours.
NOTE: When installed properly, the resizing ring will rotate freely on the piston
(1-070).

4 Remove the resizing ring and the half-washers of the tool AC21869000 from the
piston (1-070).
5 Put the back-up rings (1-075) in position against the shoulders on the piston.
6 Install the preformed packing (1-080) on the piston (1-070) with the tool 89901.

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(b) Installation of the preformed packings and the scraper ring assembly (1-065) on the
piston sleeve (1-060):
1 Before SB 2-1577-32-13:
a Install the back-up rings (1-163) on the piston sleeve (1-060) with the cone and
the plunger of the tool AC21868010.
b Install the half-washers of the tool AC21868010 on the piston sleeve (1-060).
c Install the resizing ring of the tool AC21868010 (on side of the larger chamfer) and
hold the half-washers in position. Leave the resizing ring in position for two hours.
NOTE: When installed properly, the resizing ring will rotate freely on the piston
sleeve (1-060).

d Remove the resizing ring and the half-washers of the tool AC21868010 from the
piston sleeve (1-060).
e Put the back-up rings (1-163) in position against the shoulders on the piston
sleeve (1-060).
f Install one preformed packing (1-045) on the piston sleeve (1-060) with the cone
of the tool AC21868010.

2 After SB 2-1577-32-13:
a Install two preformed packings (1-045) on the piston sleeve (1-060) with the
cone of the tool AC21868010.

3 Install the scraper ring assembly (1-065) in the piston sleeve (1-060) with the tool
89901.
NOTE: Bend the scraper ring assembly (1-065) without damage to the part to
ease its installation. The scraper ring assembly (1-065) can be heated
to be softer for installation.

WARNING : DURING THE INSTALLATION OF THE SPRING (1-125) IN THE PISTON


(1-070), THE COMPRESSION VALUE IS MORE THAN 2081 N (468 LBF). IF
YOU INSTALL THE SPRING (1-125) WITHOUT A CORRECT EQUIPMENT
OR IF YOU DO NOT OBEY THE INSTRUCTIONS, THIS CAN CAUSE
SERIOUS INJURY TO THE PERSONNEL.

(c) Install the spring (1-125), the guide sleeve (1-120) and the spring guide (1-115) in the
piston (1-070).
NOTE: Make sure that the spring (1-125) is fully against the bottom of the piston
(1-070) and that its position is correct.

CAUTION: IF THE RETAINING RING (1-130) HAS ONE OF ITS OUTER EDGES LIGHTLY
ROUNDED, INSTALL IT IN SUCH A POSITION THAT THIS ROUNDED EDGE
DOES NOT HOLD THE LOAD.

(d) Compress the spring (1-125) with the tool Q46498 enough to access the second groove
of the piston (1-070).
(e) Install the retaining ring (1-130) into this groove.

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(f) Slowly release the force applied to the spring (1-125). Remove the tool Q46498.

(g) Install the back-up rings (1-085) and the preformed packing (1-090) on the piston (1-070).

(h) Install the seal retainer (1-095) on to the piston (1-070).

(i) Install the retaining ring (1-100) in its groove on the piston.

(j) Install the pin retainer (1-105) on the adjuster pin (1-110). The pin retainer (1-105) can
be cadmium plated. Install the tool Q46500 on the adjuster pin (1-110).

(k) Apply hydraulic fluid on the adjuster pin (1-110) and on the tool Q46500.

(l) Install the adjuster pin (1-110) in the piston (1-070) with the tool Q46500, so as not to
cause damage to the back-up rings (1-085) and preformed packing (1-090).

(m) Remove the tool Q46500.

(n) Install the tool Q46676 on the piston (1-070).

(o) Apply hydraulic fluid on the external diameter of the piston (1-070), on the preformed
packing (1-080) and on the tool Q46676.

(p) Install the piston (1-070), together with its components, into the piston sleeve (1-060).
Use the tool 114-552 and 114-1097 (optional) (Ref. Fig. 9014). Remove the tool Q46676.

NOTE: Make sure that:


– The scraper ring assembly (1-065) is not extruded.
– The piston (1-070) is fully against the pin retainer (1-105). The pin retainer
(1-105) can be cadmium plated.
– The tabs of the piston sleeve (1-060) correctly engage the slots in the pin retainer
(1-105). The pin retainer (1-105) can be cadmium plated.

(q) Install the new adjuster tube (1-140) on the adjuster pin (1-110).

(r) Install the ball (1-145) and the self locking-nut (1-150), with the self-locking nut (1-150)
against the flat side of the ball (1-145). The self locking-nut (1-150) can be cadmium
plated.

(s) Torque the self-locking nut (1-150) to a load of between 7,3 and 8,5 N.m (65 and 75
lbf.in). The self locking-nut (1-150) can be cadmium plated.

(t) Install the instruction plate (1-135) in the piston (1-070) (lettering up) against the retaining
ring (1-130).

(u) Install the new retaining ring (1-160) in the piston (1-070).

(v) Install the insulator assembly (1-155) in the piston (1-070). Push the insulator assembly
(1-155) until the retaining ring (1-160) is in its insulator groove.

SUBTASK 32-41-81-440-003-A01
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WARNING : DO NOT GET CADMIUM IN YOUR MOUTH. CADMIUM THAT IS


SWALLOWED CAN CAUSE KIDNEY OR REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM
DISEASE. AFTER YOU TOUCH CADMIUM PLATED PARTS, CLEAN
YOUR HANDS BEFORE YOU EAT OR SMOKE. GET SAFETY
INSTRUCTIONS FROM YOUR EMPLOYER. OBEY GOVERNMENT AND
OSHA REGULATIONS WHEN YOU DISCARD THE PARTS THAT CONTAIN
CADMIUM.

WARNING : DO NOT BREATHE CADMIUM PARTICLES, FUMES, OR DUST. THESE


PARTICLES, FUMES, OR DUST CAN CAUSE LUNG OR KIDNEY DISEASE.
IF MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES MAKE CADMIUM PARTICLES,
FUMES, OR DUST, TELL YOUR EMPLOYER TO SUPPLY RESPIRATORS,
VENTILATION, AND/OR PROCEDURES TO PREVENT EXPOSURE TO
PERSONNEL.

The Occupational, Safety, and Health Administration (OSHA) has an applicable DANGER
warning (29 CFR 1910.1027 (m)(3)(ii)) as follows:
DANGER: CONTAINS CADMIUM. CANCER HAZARD. AVOID CREATING DUST. CAN CAUSE
LUNG AND KIDNEY DISEASE.
(a) Install a preformed packing (1-210B) on each valve (1-200) with the tool 89901.

(b) Apply hydraulic fluid to the threads of the bleeder valves (1-200) and on the preformed
packings (1-210B).

(c) Install the valves (1-200) on the housing and adjuster piston assembly (1-010).

(d) Torque the valves (1-200) to a load of between 13 and 15 N.m (9.6 and 11.06 lbf.ft).

(e) Torque the body assembly (1-205) of each valve (1-200) to a load of between 5,65
and 8,47 N.m (50 and 75 lbf.in).

(f) Install a protective cap (1-215) on each valve (1-200).

(g) Torque the protective cap (1-215) of each valve (1-200) to a load of between 0,8 and
1,1 N.m (7 and 10 lbf.in).

(h) Install:
– Before SB 2-1577-32-4: the lubrication fittings (1-040) and torque it to a load of
between 2,8 and 5,1 N.m (25 and 45 lbf.in).
– After SB 2-1577-32-4: the lubrication fittings (1-040) and (1-043) and torque it to a
load of between of 2,8 and 5,1 N.m (25 and 45 lbf.in).

(i) Install a preformed packing (1-225) on the each hydraulic fitting assembly (1-230) with
the tool 89901.

(j) Apply hydraulic fluid to the threads of the hydraulic fitting assemblies (1-230) and on
the preformed packings (1-225).

(k) Install the hydraulic fitting assemblies (1-230) on the housing and adjuster piston
assembly (1-010).

(l) Torque the hydraulic fitting assemblies (1-230) to a load of between 17 and 19 N.m
(12.5 and 14.01 lbf.ft)

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(m) Install a protective cap (1-231) on each hydraulic fitting assembly (1-230).
NOTE: Put the cable bracket assembly (1-290) and the cable guide (1-275) in their
correct position on the brake, during installation on the aircraft. You will then
torque and lock the screws (1-285) and (1-325) during this procedure.

(n) Install the cable bracket assembly (1-290) with washers (1-320) and screw (1-325). The
washers (1-320) can be cadmium plated.
(o) Torque the screw (1-325) to a load of between 4,5 and 5,1 N.m (40 and 45 lbf.in).
(p) Install the cable guide (1-275) with the washers (1-280) and the screws (1-285). The
washer (1-280) can be cadmium plated.
(q) Torque the screw (1-285) to a load of between 4,5 and 5,1 N.m (40 and 45 lbf.in).
(r) Apply antiseize compound AMS-2518 or MIL-T-5544 to the load-bearing areas and
threads of the bolt (1-185), the washer (1-180) and the nut (1-190) (Ref. Fig. 7001). The
bolt (1-185), the washer (1-180) and the nut (1-190) can be cadmium plated.
(s) Install the torque pin (1-170) and the collar (1-175). The collar (1-175) can be cadmium
plated.
(t) Install the bolt (1-185), the washer (1-180) and the nut (1-190). Do not tighten this the
nut. The bolt (1-185), the washer (1-180) and the nut (1-190) can be cadmium plated.
NOTE: You will tighten and lock the nut on installation on aircraft. Torque the nut to a
load of between 12 and 13 N.m (8.85 and 9.6 lbf.ft). If the castelled nut does
not align with the hole in the bolt, move the nut to the next slot.

Install the cotter pin (1-195) which will be bent over after installation on aircraft.
(u) Installation of the adjuster assemblies (1-055)
1 Before SB 2-1577-32-13:
a Apply hydraulic fluid only to the preformed packing (1-045) and to the threads
of the piston sleeve (1-060).
b Install the adjuster assemblies (1-055A) with the tool Q47621.
c Torque the adjuster assemblies (1-055A) to a load of between 55 and 60 N.m
(40.6 and 44.2 lbf.ft).

2 After SB 2-1577-32-13:
a Apply hydraulic fluid to the two preformed packings (1-045) and to the threads
of the piston sleeve (1-060).
b Install the adjuster assemblies (1-055B) with the tool Q47621.
NOTE: Make sure that each preformed packing is not pinched and damaged
as it enters the piston housing.

c Torque the adjuster assemblies (1-055B) to a load of between 55 and 60 N.m


(40.6 and 44 2 lbf.ft).

(v) Install the preformed packing (1-245).


NOTE: For transportation, the preformed packing (1-245) must be in an individual
plastic bag attached to the brake.

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(w) Installation of the identification plate (1-480) and the instruction plate (1-485):

1 Write on the new plates (1-480) and (1-485) all the data shown on the old plates.
If necessary, add the new identification and amendment data to agree with the
overhaul of the component.
2 Make rough the painted surface on the piston housing where you will install the
plates. Do not remove the paint layer.
3 Clean the areas on the housing and adjuster piston assembly (1-010) where you will
install the plates (1-480) and (1-485) with cleaning product.
NOTE: Refer to figures in the Illustrated Parts List (IPL) to know the locations of
the identification plate (1-480) and the instruction plate (1-485).

4 Dry the areas with compressed air.

CAUTION: CONTAMINATION OF THE ADHESIVE ON THE REAR FACE OF THE


PLATES (1-480) AND (1-485) CAN CAUSE IT TO COME OFF THE
HOUSING AND ADJUSTER PISTON ASSEMBLY (1-010). DO NOT
TOUCH THE ADHESIVE WITH YOUR FINGERS.

5 Bond the identification plate (1-480) and the instruction plate (1-485) on the housing
and adjuster piston assembly (1-010) with adhesive compound. Refer to the section
27 of the Standard Practices Manual 32-09-01.

(x) Painting of the assembly:

1 Repair the polyurethane paint layer. Refer to the REPAIR 8 section.

(y) Protection of the identification plate (1-480) and of the instruction plate (1-485):

1 Refer to the section 59 of the Standard Practices Manual 32-09-01.

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Application of anti-seize compound


FIGURE 7001/GRAPHIC32-41-81-991-033-A01

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SUBTASK 32-41-81-440-004-A01
(4) Assembly of the torque plate assembly (1-420)

WARNING : DO NOT GET CADMIUM IN YOUR MOUTH. CADMIUM THAT IS


SWALLOWED CAN CAUSE KIDNEY OR REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM
DISEASE. AFTER YOU TOUCH CADMIUM PLATED PARTS, CLEAN
YOUR HANDS BEFORE YOU EAT OR SMOKE. GET SAFETY
INSTRUCTIONS FROM YOUR EMPLOYER. OBEY GOVERNMENT AND
OSHA REGULATIONS WHEN YOU DISCARD THE PARTS THAT CONTAIN
CADMIUM.

WARNING : DO NOT BREATHE CADMIUM PARTICLES, FUMES, OR DUST. THESE


PARTICLES, FUMES, OR DUST CAN CAUSE LUNG OR KIDNEY DISEASE.
IF MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES MAKE CADMIUM PARTICLES,
FUMES, OR DUST, TELL YOUR EMPLOYER TO SUPPLY RESPIRATORS,
VENTILATION, AND/OR PROCEDURES TO PREVENT EXPOSURE TO
PERSONNEL.

The Occupational, Safety, and Health Administration (OSHA) has an applicable DANGER
warning (29 CFR 1910.1027 (m)(3)(ii)) as follows:
DANGER: CONTAINS CADMIUM. CANCER HAZARD. AVOID CREATING DUST. CAN CAUSE
LUNG AND KIDNEY DISEASE.
(a) Assemble the bushings (1-430) and (1-435) with the tool AC21867000.

(b) Install the bushing assembly (1-428) on to the torque plate (1-425) with tool AC21866000.

(c) Install the retaining ring (1-440).

(d) Put the heat shield assembly (1-445) in position at the rear of the torque plate (1-425).

(e) Attach the heat shield assembly (1-445) with one of the following methods.

Method 1:
1 Install the bolts (1-455) and the washers (1-450). The bolts (1-455) and the washers
(1-450) can be cadmium plated.

Method 2:
2 Install the bolts (1-455), the washers (1-450) and (1-462) and the nuts (1-461). The
bolts (1-455), the washers (1-450) and the nuts (1-461) can be cadmium plated.

(f) Torque the bolts (1-455) or the nuts (1-461) to a load of between 4,5 and 5,1 N.m (40 and
45 lbf.in). The bolts (1-455) and the nuts (1-461) can be cadmium plated.

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SUBTASK 32-41-81-410-004-A01
(5) Installation of the heat sink
(Ref. Fig. 7002)
(Ref. Fig. 7003)
(Ref. Fig. 7004)
(Ref. Fig. 7005)

WARNING : CONTAMINATION OF THE CARBON DISKS WITH SOLVENTS/CLEANING


PRODUCTS, HYDRAULIC FLUID, OIL, GREASE OR OTHER UNWANTED
MATERIALS MUST BE REMOVED (REFER TO THE CLEANING SECTION).
THIS CONTAMINATION CAN CAUSE DAMAGES TO THE CARBON DISKS
OR COULD BE ABSORBED AND CAUSE A FIRE.

CAUTION: THE CARBON DISKS ARE BREAKABLE. DO NOT LET THEM FALL OR HIT
HARD OBJECTS. IF THEY ARE DAMAGED, EXAMINE THEM AS WRITTEN
IN THE CHECK SECTION.

CAUTION: WHEN YOU INSTALL THE HEAT SINK, DO NOT LET THE CARBON DISKS
TOUCH THE MATERIALS THAT FOLLOW:
– STRIPPERS.
– GREASE OR OIL.
– PAINTS (THERMOCOLOR, MARKING OR RED LEAD TYPES).
– CHALK.
– HYDRAULIC FLUID.

CAUTION: ON THE ASSEMBLY OF A HEAT SINK NOT FULLY WORN, ALL PARTS
MUST BE ASSEMBLED REFERRING TO THE MARKS MADE DURING
DISASSEMBLY (REFER TO THE DISASSEMBLY SECTION).

CAUTION: AN EDL® REPAIRED HEAT SINK IS MADE OF DISKS MATCHED IN


THICKNESS. DO NOT PERMIT TO MIX WITH OTHER HEAT SINKS.

NOTE: When you install a heat sink, you must (Ref. Fig. 7002, Ref. Fig. 7003 and ,
Ref. Fig. 7004) which give approved configuration for new heat sinks as well as
overhauled ones.

NOTE: Heat sink (new or overhauled) total thickness is given in (Ref. Fig. 7002, Ref.
Fig. 7003 and , Ref. Fig. 7004) .

NOTE: Heat sink acceptable criteria as shown in INSPECTION/CHECK section are


applicable to overhauled disks too.

NOTE: For the multiple disk brakes (1-001A) and (1-001B) the use of overhauled
”Second-run” disks at overhaul causes the brake assembly P/N to change from
OPT2 to OPT1 or from OPT1 to OPT2, but without the need to identify the
assembly again each time.

(a) Assembly of the end plate disk assembly (1-390) and the torque plate assembly (1-420)

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1 Install the end plate disk assembly (1-390) on the torque plate assembly (1-420). Put
the torque buttons (1-400) fully home in the torque plate.
2 Install the four clips (1-410) in such a position that they are aligned with the four
slots in the torque plate assembly (1-420).
3 Bend the end of the clips (1-410) as shown on (Ref. Fig. 7005).

(b) Install the rotor disk assembly (1-360) and the stator disks (1-385) one after the other on
the torque plate assembly (1-420) (Ref. Fig. 7002, Ref. Fig. 7003 and , Ref. Fig. 7004) .

NOTE: The stator disk (1-385) and the pressure plate assembly (1-340) have one
larger drive slot which engages the wide lug of the torque plate assembly
(1-420).

(c) Install the pressure plate assembly (1-340) so that inserts face up.

(d) Install the two wear indicator pins (1-265) and the retaining clips (1-270) in the inserts on
the pressure plate assembly (1-340) ((Ref. Fig. 7006), Detail C).

(e) Install the heat shield assembly (1-415) so that the two external tabs will engage vent
slots in the torque plate.

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Assembly of the Heat Sink (1-335A) and (1-335B)


FIGURE 7002/GRAPHIC32-41-81-991-034-A01

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Assembly of the Heat Sink (1-335C) and (1-335D)


FIGURE 7003/GRAPHIC32-41-81-991-035-A01

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Installation of Clips (1-410)


FIGURE 7005/GRAPHIC32-41-81-991-037-A01

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SUBTASK 32-41-81-440-005-A02
(6) Assembly of the housing and adjuster piston assembly (1-010) with the torque plate / heat
sink assembly

WARNING : DO NOT GET CADMIUM IN YOUR MOUTH. CADMIUM THAT IS


SWALLOWED CAN CAUSE KIDNEY OR REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM
DISEASE. AFTER YOU TOUCH CADMIUM PLATED PARTS, CLEAN
YOUR HANDS BEFORE YOU EAT OR SMOKE. GET SAFETY
INSTRUCTIONS FROM YOUR EMPLOYER. OBEY GOVERNMENT AND
OSHA REGULATIONS WHEN YOU DISCARD THE PARTS THAT CONTAIN
CADMIUM.

WARNING : DO NOT BREATHE CADMIUM PARTICLES, FUMES, OR DUST. THESE


PARTICLES, FUMES, OR DUST CAN CAUSE LUNG OR KIDNEY DISEASE.
IF MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES MAKE CADMIUM PARTICLES,
FUMES, OR DUST, TELL YOUR EMPLOYER TO SUPPLY RESPIRATORS,
VENTILATION, AND/OR PROCEDURES TO PREVENT EXPOSURE TO
PERSONNEL.

The Occupational, Safety, and Health Administration (OSHA) has an applicable DANGER
warning (29 CFR 1910.1027 (m)(3)(ii)) as follows:
DANGER: CONTAINS CADMIUM. CANCER HAZARD. AVOID CREATING DUST. CAN CAUSE
LUNG AND KIDNEY DISEASE.
(a) Put the housing and adjuster piston assembly (1-010) in position on the torque plate
assembly (1-420).

(b) Align the hole for the temperature sensor assembly (1-250) with the hole in the wide
spline of the torque plate.

(c) Guide the wear indicator pins (1-265) through holes in the piston housing.

(d) Apply antiseize compound SAE-AMS2518 or MIL-T-5544 or MIL-PRF-83483 on the


washers (1-470) and the bolts (1-465) (Ref. Fig. 7001). The washers (1-470) can be
cadmium plated.

(e) Install the washers (1-470) and the bolts (1-465) (Tighten the bolts in criss-cross
sequence). The washers (1-470) can be cadmium plated. Torque the bolts:
– To a load of between 198 and 209 N.m (146 and 154 lbf.ft) when SAE-AMS2518 or
MIL-T-5544 anti-seize compound applied.
or
– To a load of 175 N.m (129.1 lbf.ft) when MIL-PRF-83483 antiseize compound applied.
NOTE: It is recommended to do a check of the torque load in a circular sequence
to correct any possible omission.

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SUBTASK 32-41-81-410-005-A01
(7) Installation of the temperature sensor assembly (1-250)

WARNING : DO NOT GET CADMIUM IN YOUR MOUTH. CADMIUM THAT IS


SWALLOWED CAN CAUSE KIDNEY OR REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM
DISEASE. AFTER YOU TOUCH CADMIUM PLATED PARTS, CLEAN
YOUR HANDS BEFORE YOU EAT OR SMOKE. GET SAFETY
INSTRUCTIONS FROM YOUR EMPLOYER. OBEY GOVERNMENT AND
OSHA REGULATIONS WHEN YOU DISCARD THE PARTS THAT CONTAIN
CADMIUM.

WARNING : DO NOT BREATHE CADMIUM PARTICLES, FUMES, OR DUST. THESE


PARTICLES, FUMES, OR DUST CAN CAUSE LUNG OR KIDNEY DISEASE.
IF MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES MAKE CADMIUM PARTICLES,
FUMES, OR DUST, TELL YOUR EMPLOYER TO SUPPLY RESPIRATORS,
VENTILATION, AND/OR PROCEDURES TO PREVENT EXPOSURE TO
PERSONNEL.

The Occupational, Safety, and Health Administration (OSHA) has an applicable DANGER
warning (29 CFR 1910.1027 (m)(3)(ii)) as follows:
DANGER: CONTAINS CADMIUM. CANCER HAZARD. AVOID CREATING DUST. CAN CAUSE
LUNG AND KIDNEY DISEASE.
(a) Put the temperature sensor assembly (1-250) in position, with the protective cap installed
on it.

(b) Install the washer (1-255) and the screw (1-260). Torque the screw (1-260) to a load of
between 4,5 and 5,1 N.m (40 and 45 lbf.in). The washer (1-255) can be cadmium plated.

SUBTASK 32-41-81-400-002-A01
(8) Last steps
(Ref. Fig. 7006)

(a) Do the tests as written in the TESTING AND FAULT ISOLATION section.

(b) If necessary, repair the protection as written in the REPAIR 8 section.

(c) Safetying:

1 Safety the valves (1-200) with the lockwire (1-220).


2 Safety the bolts (1-465) with the lockwire (1-475). ((Ref. Fig. 7006), Detail B).
3 Safety the hydraulic fitting assemblies (1-230) with the lockwire (1-240).
4 Safety the adjuster assemblies (1-055) with the lockwire (1-165).
5 Safety the temperature sensor assembly(1-250) with the lockwire (1-240). ((Ref.
Fig. 7006), Detail A).

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FITS AND CLEARANCES

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1. Fits and Clearances

A. General
(1) For all the parts of a selective fit assembly or parts to which time can cause damage or
wear, the table below gives:

(a) The manufacturing tolerances for the parts which are new.
(b) The maximum wear and the limits to send the component back to service, for the parts
which are not new.

(2) It is highly recommended to give the parts their initial condition (as new) during the major
overhaul. To do this, repair the parts as written in the REPAIR section or replace them
as necessary.

(3) The worn dimensions or the fits may be revised as experience is gained during the ageing
analysis or the performance of the parts.

B. Layout
(1) First column:

Gives the location on the figure(s) of the clearance, fit, or dimension that you must measure.

(2) Second column:

Gives the figure and item numbers shown in the Illustrated Parts List (IPL).
ID: INSIDE DIAMETER.
OD: OUTSIDE DIAMETER.

(3) Third and fourth columns:

Gives the manufacturing dimensions with tolerances.

(4) Fifth and sixth columns:

Gives the clearance (letter J) or interference fit (letter S), which is the result of the manufacturing
tolerances.

(5) Seventh and eighth columns:

Give the permitted dimension limits to send the component back to service as it is.

(6) Ninth column:

Gives the permitted wear limit to send the component back to service as it is.

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C. Fits and clearances table


(Ref. Fig. IPL 01)

MFR LIMITS IN-SERVICE WEAR LIMITS


IPL
FIG ASSEMBLY DIMENSIONS ALLOWABLE
FIG DIMENSIONS
AND CLEARANCE LIMITS millimeters CLEARANCE
REF millimeters (inches)
ITEM millimeters (inches) (inches) mm (inches)
NO
MIN MAX MIN MAX MIN MAX MAX
ID 166,067 166,141
1 166,231
(1-025) (6.5381) (6.5410)
(6.5445)
ASSEMBLED WITH THE AXLE SLEEVE
ID 166,060 166,120
2 166 166,210
(1-430) (6.5378) (6.5401)
(6.535) (6.5437)
ASSEMBLED WITH THE AXLE SLEEVE
ASSEMBLED WITH THE BRAKE
TORQUE ROD
OD 49,957 49,974 49,933
3
(1-170) (1.9668) (1.9675) (1.9658)
ID 47,470
4
(1-060) (1.8689)
OD 37,920
5
(1-070) (1.4929)
ID(1- 69,720
6 020) (2.7449)
OD 60,170
7 (1-060) (2.3689)
ID
(1-020) S 0,08 S 0,15
8
OD(1- (0.003) (0.006)
030B)
ID
(1-425) S 0,05 S 0,20
9
OD (0.0019) (0.0078)
(1-435)
ID
(1-020) S 0,28 S 0,43
10
OD (0.011) (0.017)
(1-025B)
ID 50,000 50,058 50,10
(1-030) (1.9685) (1.9708) 0,026 (0 0,101 (0 (1.9724)
11
OD 49,957 49,974 0.0010) 0.0040) 49,933
(1-170) (1.9668) (1.9675) (1.9659)

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2. Torque values

A. General
(1) This section gives the values for the torque values as applicable.

B. Torque values table


(Ref. Fig. IPL 01)

CAUTION: APPLY THE PRODUCT AND THE TORQUE AS WRITTEN IN THE ASSEMBLY
SECTION. IF NOT, THIS CAN CAUSE DAMAGE TO THE PARTS.

IPL FIG-ITEM
NAME TORQUE VALUE PRODUCT REQUIRED
NO.
(1-040) Lubrication fitting 2,8 to 5,1 N.m (25 to 45 lbf.in) Not applicable
(1-043) Lubrication fitting 2,8 to 5,1 N.m (25 to 45 lbf.in) Not applicable
(1-055) Adjuster assembly 55 to 60 N.m (40.6 to 44.2 lbf.ft) Not applicable
(1-150) Self-locking nut 7,3 to 8,5 N.m (65 to 75 lbf.in) Not applicable
(1-190) Nut (For information 12 to 13 N.m (8.85 to 9.6 lbf.ft)
SAE-AMS2518 or
only: tightened on
MIL-T-5544
aircraft)
(1-200) Valve 13 to 15 N.m (9.6 to 11.1 lbf.ft) Not applicable
(1-205) Body assembly 5,6 to 8,5 N.m (50 to 75 lbf.in) Not applicable
(1-215) Protective cap 0,8 to 1,1 N.m (7 to 10 lbf.in) Not applicable
(1-230) Hydraulic fitting 17 to 19 N.m (12.5 to 14.01 lbf.ft)
Not applicable
assembly
(1-260) Screw 4,5 to 5,1 N.m (40 to 45 lbf.in) Not applicable
(1-285), Screw (For information 4,5 to 5,1 N.m (40 to 45 lbf.in)
(1-325) only: tightened on Not applicable
aircraft)
(1-455) Bolt 4,5 to 5,1 N.m (40 to 45 lbf.in) Not applicable
(1-465) Bolt 198 to 209 N.m (146 to 154 lbf.ft) SAE-AMS-2518 OR
MIL-T-5544
175 N.m (129 lbf.ft) MIL-PRF- 83483

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SPECIAL TOOLS, FIXTURES, EQUIPMENT AND CONSUMABLES

TASK 32-41-81-940-801-A01
1. Special Tools, Fixtures and Equipment

A. General
NOTE: Standard tools and equipment, usually available at overhaul, can be used to service
the carbon brake, but not for the special tools and fixtures listed below. You can use
alternatives for the listed items.

(1) Special tools and fixtures are available from Messier-Services (CAGE FAJX6). Inquire at the
following address for the price and delivery time:

Messier-Services
Attn.: Turn Key Services Dept.
36, avenue de l’Europe
78147 VELIZY Cedex
France
Telephone: 33 (0) 1 30 67 45 28
Fax: 33 (0) 1 30 67 45 95
NOTE: These special tools are not available from Goodrich Corporation. Alternate
drawings (114-part numbers) are given in this section to locally make special
tools.

B. Special tools and equipment table


(1) Use code:

(a) Optional (1).


(b) Necessary (2).

PART NUMBER DESCRIPTION USE CODE PAGE BLOCK WHERE


USED
AC21910100 Protective tool (1) 3000 and 1000
AC21858200 Drain hose (1) 1000
HTE711-218A Hydraulic fitting (1) 1000
AC21866000 Tool for removal/installation of torque 6000 and 7000
Alt. 114-1064 plate bushing assembly (2)
Alt. 114-1065
AC21867000 6000 and 7000
Installation tool (2)
Alt. 114-1066

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USED
AC21868010 7000
Alt. 114-1069
Alt. 114-1070 Installation tool (2)
Alt. 114-1071
Alt. 114-1095
AC21869000 Installation tool (1) 7000
Support tool (piston housing and 3000
F26619000 adjuster assembly for work on brake (1)
placed on workbench)
Q46498 (2) 3000 and 7000
Compression tool
Alt. 114-231
Q47621 Adapter (1) 3000 and 7000
Q46500 (2) 7000
Installation cone
Alt. 114-245
Q46676 (2) 7000
Installation cone
Alt. 114-1096
89901 Spatula (1) 3000 and 7000
114-552 Support for piston installation (1) 7000
114-1097 Installation tool used to guide piston (1) 7000

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Heat sink protector assembly AC21910100


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FIGURE 9015/GRAPHIC32-41-81-991-054-A01

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2. Aqueous Cleaner Consumables

REFERENCE RECOMMENDED SUPPLIERS CODE OR NAME PAGE BLOCK


CONCENTRATION AND ADDRESS WHERE USED
AND TEMPERA-
TURE
APPLIED 4-204 CLEANER 30% at 49 °C (120 °F) Applied Chemical 4000
Technologies, Inc.
1045 Georgetown Road
Bldg. C-4
Lexington, Kentucky 40511
U.S.A.
AQUASPRAY 102 5% at 54 °C (130 °F) Hubbard-Hall, Inc. 4000
1101 Compton Bridge road
Inman, South Carolina 29349
U.S.A.
ARDROX 6333 20% at 66 °C (150 °F) Chemetall Oakite, Inc. 4000
50 Valley Road
Berkeley Heights,
New Jersey 07922
U.S.A.
ARMAKLEEN M-HP2 3% at 54 °C (130 °F) Church and Dwight Co., Inc. 4000
or 469 North Harrison Street
10% at 71 °C (160 °F) Hialeah, Florida 33010
U.S.A.
BIG BLUE 2 oz./gal B&B Tritech, Inc. 4000
at 875 West 20th Street
66 °C (150 °F) Hialeah, Indiana 46206
U.S.A.
BRULIN 1990 GD 3% at 54 °C (130 °F) Brulin & Co., Inc. 4000
or P.O Box 270
10% at 66 °C (150 °F) Indianapolis, Indiana 46206
U.S.A.
BRULIN 815 GD 5% at 54 °C (130 °F)
or
10% at 71 °C (160 °F)
or
s20% at 82 °C
(180 °F)
CALGON 6215 3% at 54 °C (130 °F) Calgon corporation 4000
& at 71 °C (160 °F) P.O. Box 1346
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15024
U.S.A.

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CONCENTRATION AND ADDRESS WHERE USED
AND TEMPERA-
TURE
CEE-BEE A7X7 10% at 54 °C (130 °F) McGean-Rhoco, Inc. 4000
The Republic Bldg., Suite 1100
CEE-BEE 280 10% at 54 °C (130 °F)
25 West Prospect Avenue
Cleveland, Ohio 44115-1000
U.S.A.
DUBOIS MULTI-TERJ 1% at 43 °C (110 °F) Dubois Chemicals 4000
1012 3630 East Kemper Road
Cincinnati, Ohio 45241
U.S.A.
ELDORADO ED-306LF 3% at 54 °C (130 °F) Eldorado Chemical Company 4000
& at 82 °C (180 °F) P.O. Box 34837
San Antonio, Texas 78265
U.S.A.
MAGNUS HDL-330 10% at 66 °C (150 °F) Mag-Chem, Inc. 4000
190 Boul. Industries
MAGNUS SOLUWAX 10% at 54 °C (130 °F)
Boucherville, Quebec
MAGNUS AERODET 10% at 54 °C (130 °F) Canada J4B 2X3
MIRACHEM 500 15% at 43 °C (110 °F) Mirachem Corporation 4000
1045 S. Edward Road
MIRACHEM 750LF 25% at 63 °C (145 °F)
Tempe, Arizona 85281
U.S.A.
RAINBOW JET 5% and 9% at 60 ADN Chemicals 4000
°C (140 °F) 2720 Reynolds Roas
Winston Salem,
North Carolina 27106
U.S.A.
RAM WASH H.D 17% at 71°C (160 °F) Ram Environmental Tech. 4000
Birmingham, Alabama
U.S.A.
SAG 710 (anti-foam) 0.8 oz./gal. at 60 Witco Corporation 4000
°C (140 °F)
SUPER BEE 300LF 10 % at 70 °C (158 °F) McGEAN-RHOCO, INC. The 4000
Republic Bldg., Suite 110025
West Prospect Avenue Cleveland,
Ohio 44115-1000 U.S.A.
SAG 710 0.8 oz./gal. at 60 Witco Corporation 4000
(anti-foam) °C (140 °F) One American Lane
Greenwich, Connecticut 06831
U.S.A.

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CONCENTRATION AND ADDRESS WHERE USED
AND TEMPERA-
TURE
SUPERCLEAN RP 98 A 12 oz./gal. at ambient Lubrichem Environmental 4000
(room) temperature 2108 Plantside Drive
Louisville, Kentucky 40299
U.S.A.
TURCO 3878 LF-NC 20% at 60 °C (140 °F) LA CIE Deane and Co. 190 4000
Oneida Drive
TURCO 6751-L 2% at 60 °C (140 °F)
Pointe-Claire, Quebec
TURCO 6849 4% at 63 °C (145 °F) Canada H9R 1AB
or 20% at 60 - 71 °C
(140 - 160 °F)
TURCO AVIATION 2 oz./gal. at 66 °C
(151 °F)
TURCO SPRAYEZE NPLT 3% at 54 °C (130
°F) or 10% at 71
°C (160 °F)
ZOK27 20% at 71 °C (160 °F) Zokman Products 4000
1220 East Gump Road
Fort Wayne, Indiana 46845
U.S.A.
Tel: 800-727-6027
Fax: 800-844-3227

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3. Other Consumables

REFERENCE DESIGNATION AND SUPPLIERS CODE OR NAME PAGE BLOCK


SPECIFICATION AND ADDRESS WHERE USED
Hydraulic fluid as per NSA Hydraulic fluid Approved vendor 1000 and 7000
307110 type IV
Paint remover as per Paint remover Approved vendor 4000
SAE-AMS-1375
PERCHLOROETHYLENE Cleaning product Commercially available 4000
(MIL-T-81533)
WHITE SPIRIT or Cleaning product Commercially available 4000 and 7000
ISOPROPYL ALCOHOL
or cleaning product as per
MIL-PRF-680 Type II or III
Anti-seize compound Grease Approved vendor 5000 and 7000
SAE-AMS2518 or
MIL-T-5544
WD-40 or corrosion Corrosion preventive WD-40 COMPANY 6000
preventive oil as per oil 1061 Cudahy Place
MIL-PRF-81309 San Diego California 92110-3929
U.S.A.
Base material G3005 and Colorless varnish US PAINT CORPORATION 6000
AWL-CAT#3 (H3002) 831 S. 21st Street
St Louis
Missouri 63103-3092
U.S.A.
TT-P-1757 Zinc chromate Corrosion inhibition US PAINT CORPORATION 6000
compound 831 S. 21st Street
St Louis
Missouri 63103-3092
U.S.A.

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REFERENCE DESIGNATION AND SUPPLIERS CODE OR NAME PAGE BLOCK


SPECIFICATION AND ADDRESS WHERE USED
Base material 683-3-2 and Colorless varnish DEXTER CROWN METRO 6000 and 7000
X-310-A AEROSPACE
TC Specialties
3911-C East La Palma
Anaheim 92807
California
U.S.A.

RTV 106 Sealant MOMENTIVE PERFORMANCE 6000 and 7000


MATERIALS INC
187 Danbury Rd
Wilton 06897-4122
Connecticut
U.S.A.

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STORAGE AND TRANSPORTATION

TASK 32-41-81-550-801-A01
1. Storage Instructions

A. Reason for the job


Self-explanatory.

B. Job set-up information


(1) Tools, fixtures and equipment

Not applicable.

(2) Consumables

Not applicable.

(3) Referenced information

REFERENCE DESIGNATION
Standard Practices Manual 32-09-01, section Storage
72

C. Job set-up
Not applicable.

D. Procedure
SUBTASK 32-41-81-550-001-A01
(1) Storage

(a) Refer to section 72 of the Standard Practices Manual 32-09-01.

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ILLUSTRATED PARTS LIST

TASK 32-41-81-871-802-A01
1. Introduction to the Illustrated Parts List

A. Policy
(1) This section is the list of all the parts of the component which are given in this manual, and
makes it possible to identify these parts. It contains, as indexes, Illustrated Parts List, etc., all
the data necessary to get of all the parts.

B. How to use the Illustrated Parts List


(1) Each part is identified as follows:
(a) By the manufacturer’s Part Number. The alphanumerical index of the manufacturers’
Part Numbers gives, for each component, on the same line as the Part Number:
1 The figure on which the component is shown.
2 The item number on this figure.
3 The total quantity necessary for each CSN.
4 The equivalent Part Number, if applicable, given by the airlines.

(b) By the function of the part


1 The Illustrated Parts List makes it possible to find the location of each part on the
figures and in the different groups of parts for which there was a breakdown of the
component.

(c) By the illustration of the part


1 To identify a part by its illustration, use the figure on which this part is shown. This
figure gives the item number which will make it possible to refer to the Parts List and
get all the data about this part.
2 The Item Numbers have a numerical base. For each figure, the Item Numbers begin
at "1A" and are given in numerical sequence with regular increments of tens.
3 They do not change during the total life of the item. A variant letter is added to the
Item Number as a result of all the modifications included.
4 Usually, variant letters are not shown in the figures.
NOTE: When the Illustrated Parts List includes handed assemblies, the Item
Number with numerical base 2 refers to a RH assembly and its variants.
The Item Number with numerical base 1 refers to the LH assembly and
its variants.
The numerical sequence 1, 2, 3, .... 9 is used for the identification of some
assemblies included in a common Illustrated Parts List. Because there is
no direct relation between these assemblies, these are not variants; but
they include a high percentage of common parts.
For "SELECT FROM" and "OVERSIZE, UNDERSIZE" parts, the "ten"
increments are changed to "five" increments.

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5 The EFFECTIVITY CODE column shows the Item Number of the next higher
assembly or sub-assembly. For items used in the full range of the primary component,
the EFFECTIVITY CODE column is kept blank. This column is also kept blank for
assemblies located on a line which is not indented (line 1).
6 The "UNITS PER ASSY" column shows the quantity per assembly which is
necessary for the next higher assembly. In the indexes, the quantity shown refers to
the quantity broken down for a given CSN.

C. Revision
(1) When a line is new, modified or deleted, there is a letter "R" or a vertical black line at the end
of the line (the date of issue is changed).

(2) After each modification of a given item, the numerical Item Number itself does not change.
But the variant letter changes from "A" to "B", then to "C" thru "Z" (do not use letters "I"
and "O").

(3) When it is necessary to add a new part, its name must be on the line which agrees with
the correct position of this part in the breakdown of the assembly. Select its Item Number
from open sequences.

(4) Addition of new figures (figure variants):

(a) When the layout of the basic figure does not make it possible to show new parts or the
new shape of modified parts, a new figure (called "figure variant") is then added.
(b) This figure variant will have the same number as that of the basic figure, followed by a
letter given in alphabetical sequence (do not use "I" and "O").

(5) Deletion of item

(a) Before deleting of items from the Illustrated Parts List:


1 Make sure, first, that the modification is applied to all the applicable assemblies.
2 Make sure, for items kept in store, that they are changed or removed from store.

(b) If these two conditions are satisfied, identify the deleted items, in the nomenclature
column, by the word: "DELETED".
(c) The Part Number of the deleted part is then kept in the indexes with the word "DELETED".

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D. General
(1) There is a breakdown of assemblies and each part is shown in the assembly sequence.

(2) The vertical lines of the indention are shown as dotted lines as follows:

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 (Indention number)
Assembly
. Part of the assembly
. Sub-assembly
. . Part of the sub-assembly
. . . Detail part

(3) This sequence is, in fact, changed by the nomenclature of the attaching parts and storage
parts. The attaching parts are shown immediately below the assembly or sub-assembly they
attach, and above the detail parts.

(4) The storage parts are shown immediately below the parts on which they are installed for
protection.

(5) The attaching parts and storage parts are:

(a) Indented in line with the assembly, sub-assembly or part to which they are related.
(b) Identified by the words "ATTACHING PARTS" or "STORAGE PARTS" shown on the
line above.
(c) Followed by three stars shown on the line below.

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E. Words and Abbreviations used


(1) The most frequently used words and abbreviations are:

RF For reference
SB Service Bulletin
SEL FROM "Select from" parts
OVERSIZE - UNDERSIZE "Oversize/undersize" parts
OPT Optional
ALT Alternate
SUPSD BY Superseded by
SUPSDS Supersedes
NHA Next Higher Assembly
DET Detail
LH and RH Left Hand and Right Hand
AR As required
NP Non procurable
ORDER OVERLGTH MPN Full P/N of the manufacturer
REPLACED BY Replaced by
REPLACES Replaces

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VENDOR’S CODE LIST

VENDOR CODE NAME AND ADDRESS

VF0826 SCHRADER SA 48 RUE DE SALINS 25300 PONTARLIER FRANCE

VF4492 AVDEL FRANCE SAS 33 R DES ARDENNES 75019 PARIS 19 FRANCE

VF6137 MESSIER-BUGATTI ZONE AERONAUTIQUE LOUIS BREGUET 78140 VELIZY


VILLACOUBLAY FRANCE

VF8266 PATTONAIR SAS BD HENRI NAVIER 95150 TAVERNY FRANCE

VF9023 GREENE TWEED & CO FRANCE SAS 19 RUE DES BEAUX SOLEILS 95520 OSNY
FRANCE

VK2523 EATON AEROSPACE LTD ABBEY PARK, SOUTHAMPTON ROAD TITCHFIELD PO14
4QA FAREHAM-HAMPSHIRE UNITED KINGDOM

V01556 EMHART TEKNOLOGIES LLC DBA EMHART FASTENING TEKNOLOGIES SHELTER


ROCK LN 06810-8159 DANBURY CT U.S.A.

V09257 TRELLEBORG SEALING SOLUTIONS US INC. DBA TRELLEBORG SEALING


SOLUTIONS FORT WAYNE 2531 BREMER RD 46803-3014 FORT WAYNE IN U.S.A.

V51814 SMALLEY STEEL RING CO. 555 OAKWOOD RD 60047-1558 LAKE ZURICH IL U.S.A.

V56878 SPS TECHNOLOGIES LLC DBA AEROSPACE DIVISION DIV AEROSPACE PRODUCTS
301 HIGHLAND AVE 19046-2630 JENKINTOWN PA U.S.A.

V79136 TRUARC COMPANY LLC DBA WALDES TRUARC 125 BRONICO WY 08865-2778
PHILLIPSBURG NJ U.S.A.

V84256 AVIBANK MFG INC 11500 SHERMAN WAY 91605-5827 NORTH HOLLYWOOD CA U.S.A.

V97153 GOODRICH CORPORATION DBA GOODRICH AEROSPACE DIV AIRCRAFT WHEELS


AND BRAKES 101 WACO ST 45373-3872 TROY OH U.S.A.

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Part Number Airline Figure Item Total


Part Number Number Required
Number

A36369EB 01 031A 2

A36369EB *** DELETED 01 030C -

AC21910100 01 005A 1

AN3C5A 01 455A 3

AS15001-1C 01 040C 2
043C 2

AS15001-1P 01 040B 2
043B 2

BLS4R03N 01 310C 1

FN12M02 01 150A 14

GA56999-1 01 205A 2

HTE1001B7 01 234A 2

HTE711-218B 01 230A 2

HTE717B 01 231A 2

HTE717B *** DELETED 01 235A -

HTE7300E3-014 01 237A 2

HTE7300E3-018 01 233A 2

HTE760B3 01 232A 2

HTE761B8 01 236A 2

HTE762-135B8 01 238A 2

MS15001-1 01 040A 2
043A 2

MS16625-3125 01 100B 14

MS16625-4150 01 130B 14

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Part Number Number Required
Number

MS17826-8 01 190A 1

MS20002C10 01 470A 14

MS20995C32 01 165A AR
220A AR
240A AR
330A AR
475A AR

MS21042-3 01 461A AR

MS21206C3 01 450A 3

MS24665-304 01 195A 1

MS51844-61 01 305A 2

N5000-125 01 100A 14

N5000-150H 01 130A 14

NAS1149C0363B 01 462A AR

NAS1149F0463P 01 255A 1
280A 4
320A 4

NAS1149F0863P 01 180A 1

NAS1351C4H10 01 260A 1
285A 4
325A 4

NAS1611-015 01 210B 2

NAS1611-015A 01 210C 2

NAS1612-6 01 210A 2
225A 2

NAS1612-6A 01 225B 2

NM10-2525TL 01 460A 3

S33865-19H10 01 065A 14

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Number

VS675S02 01 440A 1

107-382-7 01 055A 14

107-382-8 01 055B 14

113-150-1 01 115A 14

113-189 01 275A 1

1191-4CN0500 01 035A 9

1191-4CN500 01 035B 9

130-27 01 145A 14

133-1159-1 *** DELETED 01 365A -

133-1159-2 *** DELETED 01 365B -

133-1160-1 *** DELETED 01 345A -

133-1160-2 *** DELETED 01 345B -

133-1161-1 01 385A 4

133-1161-2 01 385B 4

133-1162-1 *** DELETED 01 405A -

133-1162-2 *** DELETED 01 405B -

133-1658-1 01 385C 4
385E 1

133-1658-2 01 385D 4
385F 1

134-429-1 01 340A 1

134-429-2 01 340B 1

134-430-1 01 360A 5

134-430-2 01 360B 5

134-431-1 01 390A 1

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134-431-2 01 390B 1

134-768-1 01 385G 3

134-768-2 01 385H 3

134-806-1 01 340C 1

134-806-2 01 340D 1

134-866-1 01 360C 5

134-866-2 01 360D 5

134-867-1 01 390C 1

134-867-2 01 390D 1

148-552 01 295A 1

170-255 *** DELETED 01 350A -

184-895-1 01 425A 1

184-895-2 01 425B 1

2-1577-1 01 001E RF
001F RF

2-1577-1OPT1 01 001A RF

2-1577-1OPT2 01 001B RF

2-1577-2 01 001G RF

2-1577-2OPT1 01 001C RF

2-1577-2OPT2 01 001D RF

2-1577-3 01 001H RF

2-1577-4 01 001J RF

2-1577-5 01 001K RF

2-1577-6 01 001L RF

2-1577-7 01 001M RF

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Part Number Number Required
Number

2-1577-8 01 001N RF

2-1577-9 01 001P RF

20-629 01 110A 14

20-630 01 265A 2

20-678 01 170A 1

230-19 01 065D 14

23320CA080 01 165B AR
220B AR
240B AR
330B AR
475B AR

24-38 01 300A AR

25-147 01 175A 1

26-383-1 01 025A 1

26-384-1 01 030A 2

26-391 01 430A 1

26-392 01 435A 1

26-397 01 030B 2

26-400 01 025B 1

260-888 01 020A 1

260-888-1 01 020B 1

266-267 01 015A 1

266-267-2 01 015B 1

3201-04-03 01 310A 1

322-124 01 400A 12

322-124-1 01 400B 12

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Part Number Number Required
Number

378-47-3 01 445A 1

378-48-1 01 415A 1

4-357 01 420A 1

40-666 01 125A 14

4186A19E0190 01 065C 14

43-1395 01 185A 1

43-1396 01 465A 14

437-50 01 155A 14

444-52 01 290A 1

45-231-1 01 140A 14

466-8 01 250A 1

50-598 01 135A 14

50-639 01 480A 1

50-640 01 485A 1

53-287 *** DELETED 01 370A -

53-288 01 270A 2

53-321 01 160A 14

53-345 01 410A 4

53-411 01 160B 14

537-122-1 01 335E 1

537-122-2 01 335F 1

537-122-3 01 335G 1

537-122-4 01 335H 1

537-154-1 01 335C 1

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Part Number Number Required
Number

537-154-2 01 335D 1

537-33-1 01 335A 1

537-33-2 01 335B 1

538-5 01 428A 1

54-471-1 01 060A 14

54-492-1 01 120A 14

544-13-1 01 010A 1

544-13-3 01 010B 1

544-13-4 01 010C 1

548-1 01 315A 1

549-70 01 163B 2

549-70 *** DELETED 01 050B -

549-71 01 075B 28

549-72 01 085B 28

56-923 *** DELETED 01 375A -

56-924 01 105A 14

56-951 01 095A 14

57539-1 01 310B 1

68-1357 01 080A 14

68-1358 01 075A 28

68-1359 01 163A 2

68-1359 *** DELETED 01 050A -

68-1360 01 045A 14
045B 28

68-1363 01 245A 1

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Part Number Number Required
Number

68-1364 01 090A 14

68-1365 01 085A 28

68-1610 01 045C 14

74-861-3 01 070A 14

74-861-5 01 070B 14

7612 01 215A 2

78-287 *** DELETED 01 380A -

78-291 01 395A 12

78-296 *** DELETED 01 355A -

798A 01 200A 2

86978 01 065B 14

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FIGURE 01/GRAPHIC32-41-81-991-901-A01

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FIG. ITEM PART NUMBER AIRLINE NOMENCLATURE EFFECT UNITS


STOCK 1234567 CODE PER
NUMBER ASSY

01
–001A 2-1577-1OPT1 BRAKE, MULTIPLE DISK RF
REPLACED BY ITEM -001E
(NP)
–001B 2-1577-1OPT2 BRAKE, MULTIPLE DISK RF
REPLACED BY ITEM -001F
(NP)
–001C 2-1577-2OPT1 BRAKE, MULTIPLE DISK RF
REPLACED BY ITEM -001G
(NP)
POST SB 2-1577-32-4
–001D 2-1577-2OPT2 BRAKE, MULTIPLE DISK RF
REPLACED BY ITEM -001G
(NP)
POST SB 2-1577-32-4
–001E 2-1577-1 BRAKE, MULTIPLE DISK RF
(TRUE P/N 2-1577-1OPT1) REPLACES
ITEM -001A
(NP)
–001F 2-1577-1 BRAKE, MULTIPLE DISK RF
(TRUE P/N 2-1577-1OPT2) REPLACES
ITEM -001B
(NP)
–001G 2-1577-2 BRAKE, MULTIPLE DISK RF
REPLACES ITEMS -001C AND -001D
(NP)
POST SB 2-1577-32-4
–001H 2-1577-3 BRAKE, MULTIPLE DISK RF
(NP)
POST SB 2-1577-32-10
–001J 2-1577-4 BRAKE, MULTIPLE DISK RF
(NP)
POST SB 2-1577-32-10
–001K 2-1577-5 BRAKE, MULTIPLE DISK RF
(NP)
POST SB 2-1577-32-13
–001L 2-1577-6 BRAKE, MULTIPLE DISK RF
(NP)
POST SB 2-1577-32-13
–001M 2-1577-7 BRAKE, MULTIPLE DISK RF
(NP)
POST SB 2-1577-32-14

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FIG. ITEM PART NUMBER AIRLINE NOMENCLATURE EFFECT UNITS


STOCK 1234567 CODE PER
NUMBER ASSY

01
–001N 2-1577-8 BRAKE, MULTIPLE DISK RF
(NP)
POST SB 2-1577-32-14
–001P 2-1577-9 BRAKE, MULTIPLE DISK RF
POST SB 2-1577-32-14
005A AC21910100 . PROTECTOR 1
(FOR PRESERVATION ONLY)
–010A 544-13-1 . PISTON ASSEMBLY, HOUSING AND 1ABEF 1
ADJUSTER HM
(NP)
–010B 544-13-3 . PISTON ASSEMBLY, HOUSING AND 1CDGJ 1
ADJUSTER KN
(NP)
POST SB 2-1577-32-4
–010C 544-13-4 . PISTON ASSEMBLY, HOUSING AND 1LP 1
ADJUSTER
(NP)
POST SB 2-1577-32-13
–015A 266-267 . . HOUSING ASSEMBLY, PISTON 10A 1
(NP)
–015B 266-267-2 . . HOUSING ASSEMBLY, PISTON 10BC 1
POST SB 2-1577-32-4
–020A 260-888 . . . HOUSING, PISTON 15A 1
(NP)
020B 260-888-1 . . . HOUSING, PISTON 15B 1
(NP)
POST SB 2-1577-32-4
–025A 26-383-1 . . . BUSHING, HUB 1
PART CAN BE CADMIUM PLATED
(NP)
OPT TO 26-400 (VF6137)
025B 26-400 . . . BUSHING, HUB 1
PART CAN BE CADMIUM PLATED
OPT TO 26-383-1 (VF6137)
–030A 26-384-1 . . . BUSHING, TORQUE ARM 2
PART CAN BE CADMIUM PLATED
(NP)
OPT TO 26-397 (VF6137)
030B 26-397 . . . BUSHING, TORQUE ARM 2
PART CAN BE CADMIUM PLATED
OPT TO 26-384-1 (VF6137)
030C A36369EB . . . DELETED

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FIG. ITEM PART NUMBER AIRLINE NOMENCLATURE EFFECT UNITS


STOCK 1234567 CODE PER
NUMBER ASSY

01
–031A A36369EB . . . BUSHING, TORQUE ARM 2
REPAIR ONLY
–035A 1191-4CN0500 . . . INSERT, THREAD (V01556) 15A 9
(NP)
–035B 1191-4CN500 . . . INSERT, THREAD (V01556) 15B 9
040A MS15001-1 . . . FITTING, LUBRICATION 2
040B AS15001-1P . . . FITTING, LUBRICATION 15B 2
040C AS15001-1C . . . FITTING, LUBRICATION 15B 2
PART CAN BE CADMIUM PLATED
(NP)
043A MS15001-1 . . . FITTING, LUBRICATION 15B 2
POST SB 2-1577-32-4
043B AS15001-1P . . . FITTING, LUBRICATION 2
043C AS15001-1C . . . FITTING, LUBRICATION 2
PART CAN BE CADMIUM PLATED
(NP)
045A 68-1360 . . PACKING, PREFORMED 10AB 14
PRE SB 2-1577-32-13
045B 68-1360 . . PACKING, PREFORMED 10C 28
POST SB 2-1577-32-13
045C 68-1610 . . PACKING, PREFORMED 10B 14
(NP)
POST SB 2-1577-32-13
050A 68-1359 . . DELETED
050B 549-70 . . DELETED
POST SB 2-1577-32-11
055A 107-382-7 . . ADJUSTER ASSEMBLY 10AB 14
(NP)
055B 107-382-8 . . ADJUSTER ASSEMBLY 10C 14
POST SB 2-1577-32-13
060A 54-471-1 . . . SLEEVE, PISTON 1
065A S33865-19H10 . . . RING ASSEMBLY, SCRAPER 1
(V09257)
(NP)
OPT TO 86978 (VF9023)
OPT TO 230-19 (VF6137)
OPT TO 4186A19E0190 (VF9023)

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NUMBER ASSY

01
065B 86978 . . . RING ASSEMBLY, SCRAPER 1
(VF9023)
OPT TO S33865-19H10 (V09257)
OPT TO 230-19 (VF6137)
OPT TO 4186A19E0190 (VF9023)
065C 4186A19E0190 . . . RING ASSEMBLY, SCRAPER 1
(VF9023)
OPT TO S33865-19H10 (V09257)
OPT TO 230-19 (VF6137)
OPT TO 86978 (VF9023)
065D 230-19 . . . RING ASSEMBLY, SCRAPER 1
(NP)
OPT TO S33865-19H10 (V09257)
OPT TO 4186A19E0190 (VF9023)
OPT TO 86978 (VF9023)
070A 74-861-3 . . . PISTON 1
(NP)
070B 74-861-5 . . . PISTON 1
–075A 68-1358 . . . RING, BACK-UP 2
(NP)
075B 549-71 . . . RING, BACK-UP 2
POST SB 2-1577-32-11
080A 68-1357 . . . PACKING, PREFORMED 1
–085A 68-1365 . . . RING, BACK-UP 2
(NP)
085B 549-72 . . . RING, BACK-UP 2
POST SB 2-1577-32-11
090A 68-1364 . . . PACKING, PREFORMED 1
095A 56-951 . . . RETAINER, SEAL 1
–100A N5000-125 . . . RING, RETAINING (V79136) 1
100B MS16625-3125 . . . RING, RETAINING 1
105A 56-924 . . . RETAINER, PIN 1
PART CAN BE CADMIUM PLATED
110A 20-629 . . . PIN, ADJUSTER 1
115A 113-150-1 . . . GUIDE, SPRING 1
120A 54-492-1 . . . SLEEVE, GUIDE 1
125A 40-666 . . . SPRING 1
–130A N5000-150H . . . RING, RETAINING (V79136) 1
130B MS16625-4150 . . . RING, RETAINING 1
135A 50-598 . . . PLATE, INSTRUCTION 1

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NUMBER ASSY

01
140A 45-231-1 . . . TUBE, ADJUSTER 1
145A 130-27 . . . BALL 1
150A FN12M02 . . . NUT, SELF-LOCKING (V56878) 1
PART CAN BE CADMIUM PLATED
155A 437-50 . . . INSULATOR ASSEMBLY 1
–160A 53-321 . . . RING, RETAINING 1
160B 53-411 . . . RING, RETAINING 1
POST SB 2-1577-32-9
163A 68-1359 . . . RING, BACK-UP 55A 2
(NP)
163B 549-70 . . . RING, BACK-UP 55A 2
POST SB 2-1577-32-11
165A MS20995C32 . . LOCKWIRE AR
165B 23320CA080 . . LOCKWIRE AR
170A 20-678 . . PIN, TORQUE 1
175A 25-147 . . COLLAR 1
PART CAN BE CADMIUM PLATED
180A NAS1149F0863P . . WASHER 1
PART CAN BE CADMIUM PLATED
185A 43-1395 . . BOLT 1
PART CAN BE CADMIUM PLATED
190A MS17826-8 . . NUT 1
PART CAN BE CADMIUM PLATED
195A MS24665-304 . . PIN, COTTER 1
200A 798A . . VALVE (VF0826) 2
–205A GA56999-1 . . . BODY ASSEMBLY 1
(NP)
–210A NAS1612-6 . . . PACKING, PREFORMED 1
210B NAS1611-015 . . . PACKING, PREFORMED 1
POST SL 2072
–210C NAS1611-015A . . . PACKING, PREFORMED 1
POST SL F6137-32-3344
215A 7612 . . . CAP, PROTECTIVE (VF0826) 1
220A MS20995C32 . . LOCKWIRE AR
220B 23320CA080 . . LOCKWIRE AR
225A NAS1612-6 . . PACKING, PREFORMED 2
225B NAS1612-6A . . PACKING, PREFORMED 2
POST SL F6137-32-3344

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STOCK 1234567 CODE PER
NUMBER ASSY

01
230A HTE711-218B . . FITTING ASSEMBLY, HYDRAULIC 2
(VK2523)
STORAGE PARTS
231A HTE717B . . CAP, PROTECTIVE (VK2523) 2
***
232A HTE760B3 . . . NIPPLE (VK2523) 1
(NP)
233A HTE7300E3-018 . . . PACKING, PREFORMED (VK2523) 1
(NP)
234A HTE1001B7 . . . SPRING (VK2523) 1
(NP)
235A HTE717B . . . DELETED
236A HTE761B8 . . . VALVE, NIPPLE (VK2523) 1
(NP)
237A HTE7300E3-014 . . . PACKING, PREFORMED (VK2523) 1
(NP)
238A HTE762-135B8 . . . NIPPLE, END (VK2523) 1
(NP)
240A MS20995C32 . . LOCKWIRE AR
240B 23320CA080 . . LOCKWIRE AR
245A 68-1363 . PACKING, PREFORMED 1
250A 466-8 . SENSOR ASSEMBLY, 1
TEMPERATURE
SEE 32-41-54 FOR DET

ATTACHING PARTS
255A NAS1149F0463P . WASHER 1
PART CAN BE CADMIUM PLATED
260A NAS1351C4H10 . SCREW 1
***

265A 20-630 . PIN, WEAR INDICATOR 2


270A 53-288 . CLIP, RETAINING 2
275A 113-189 . GUIDE, CABLE 1
280A NAS1149F0463P . WASHER 4
PART CAN BE CADMIUM PLATED
285A NAS1351C4H10 . SCREW 4
–290A 444-52 . BRACKET ASSEMBLY, CABLE 1
295A 148-552 . . BRACKET, COLLAR 1
300A 24-38 . . WIRE, BRAIDED AR

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NUMBER ASSY

01
305A MS51844-61 . . SLEEVE, SWAGING WIRE 2
–310A 3201-04-03 . . PIN, DOUBLE DETENT (VF4492) 1
PART CAN BE CADMIUM PLATED
OPT TO 57539-1 (V84256)
OPT TO BLS4R03N (V84256)
310B 57539-1 . . PIN, DOUBLE DETENT (V84256) 1
PART CAN BE CADMIUM PLATED
(NP)
OPT TO BLS4R03N (V84256)
OPT TO 3201-04-03 (VF4492)
POST SB 2-1577-32-6
–310C BLS4R03N . . PIN, DOUBLE DETENT (V84256) 1
PART CAN BE CADMIUM PLATED
(NP)
OPT TO 3201-04-03 (VF4492)
OPT TO 57539-1 (V84256)
315A 548-1 . . COLLAR ASSEMBLY 1
320A NAS1149F0463P . WASHER 4
PART CAN BE CADMIUM PLATED
325A NAS1351C4H10 . SCREW 4
330A MS20995C32 . LOCKWIRE AR
330B 23320CA080 . LOCKWIRE AR
–335A 537-33-1 . SINK, HEAT 1ACEG 1
(NP)
–335B 537-33-2 . SINK, HEAT 1BDFG 1
(NP)
–335C 537-154-1 . SINK, HEAT 1HJKL 1
(NP)
POST SB 2-1577-32-10
–335D 537-154-2 . SINK, HEAT 1HJKL 1
(NP)
POST SB 2-1577-32-10
–335E 537-122-1 . SINK, HEAT 1P 1
(NP)
–335F 537-122-2 . SINK, HEAT 1P 1
(NP)
–335G 537-122-3 . SINK, HEAT 1MNP 1
POST SB 2-1577-32-14
–335H 537-122-4 . SINK, HEAT 1MNP 1
POST SB 2-1577-32-14

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NUMBER ASSY

01
–340A 134-429-1 . . PLATE ASSEMBLY, PRESSURE 335A 1
(NP)
OPT TO 134-429-2 OVERHAULED
(VF6137)
–340B 134-429-2 . . PLATE ASSEMBLY, PRESSURE 335B 1
(NP)
–340C 134-806-1 . . PLATE ASSEMBLY, PRESSURE 335CDE 1
(NP) FGH
340D 134-806-2 . . PLATE ASSEMBLY, PRESSURE 335CDE 1
(NP) FGH
345A 133-1160-1 . . . DELETED
345B 133-1160-2 . . . DELETED
350A 170-255 . . . DELETED
355A 78-296 . . . DELETED
–360A 134-430-1 . . DISK ASSEMBLY, ROTOR 335A 5
(NP)
OPT TO 134-596-1 (VF6137)
–360B 134-430-2 . . DISK ASSEMBLY, ROTOR 335B 5
(NP)
OPT TO 134-430-1 OVERHAULED
(VF6137)
OPT TO 134-596-1 OVERHAULED
(VF6137)
OPT TO 134-596-2 (VF6137)
–360C 134-866-1 . . DISK ASSEMBLY, ROTOR 335CDE 5
(NP) FGH
OPT TO 134-790-1 (VF6137)
360D 134-866-2 . . DISK ASSEMBLY, ROTOR 335CDE 5
(NP) FGH
OPT TO 134-790-2 (VF6137)
365A 133-1159-1 . . . DELETED
365B 133-1159-2 . . . DELETED
370A 53-287 . . . DELETED
375A 56-923 . . . DELETED
380A 78-287 . . . DELETED
385A 133-1161-1 . . DISK, STATOR 335A 4
(NP)
OPT TO 133-1161-2 OVERHAULED
(VF6137)
385B 133-1161-2 . . DISK, STATOR 335B 4
(NP)

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NUMBER ASSY

01
385C 133-1658-1 . . DISK, STATOR 335CD 4
(NP)
385D 133-1658-2 . . DISK, STATOR 335CD 4
(NP)
385E 133-1658-1 . . DISK, STATOR 335EF 1
(NP) GH
385F 133-1658-2 . . DISK, STATOR 335EF 1
(NP) GH
385G 134-768-1 . . DISK ASSEMBLY, STATOR 335EF 3
(NP) GH
385H 134-768-2 . . DISK ASSEMBLY, STATOR 335EF 3
(NP) GH
–390A 134-431-1 . . DISK ASSEMBLY, END PLATE 335A 1
(NP)
OPT TO 134-431-2 OVERHAULED
(VF6137)
OPT TO 134-597-1 (VF6137)
OPT TO 134-597-2 OVERHAULED
(VF6137)
–390B 134-431-2 . . DISK ASSEMBLY, END PLATE 335B 1
(NP)
OPT TO 134-597-2 (VF6137)
–390C 134-867-1 . . DISK ASSEMBLY, END PLATE 335CDE 1
(NP) FGH
OPT TO 134-791-1 (VF6137)
390D 134-867-2 . . DISK ASSEMBLY, END PLATE 335CDE 1
(NP) FGH
OPT TO 134-791-2 (VF6137)
–395A 78-291 . . . RIVET 12
(NP)
–400A 322-124 . . . BUTTON, TORQUE 390AB 12
(NP)
–400B 322-124-1 . . . BUTTON, TORQUE 390CD 12
(NP)
405A 133-1162-1 . . . DELETED
405B 133-1162-2 . . . DELETED
410A 53-345 . CLIP 4
415A 378-48-1 . SHIELD ASSEMBLY, HEAT 1
–420A 4-357 . PLATE ASSEMBLY, TORQUE 1

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01
–425A 184-895-1 . . PLATE, TORQUE (V97153) 1
(NP)
OPT TO 184-895-2 (VF6137)
425B 184-895-2 . . PLATE, TORQUE 1
(NP)
OPT TO 184-895-1 (V97153)
–428A 538-5 . . BUSHING ASSEMBLY 1
430A 26-391 . . . BUSHING 1
(NP)
435A 26-392 . . . BUSHING 1
(NP)
440A VS675S02 . . RING, RETAINING (V51814) 1
445A 378-47-3 . . SHIELD ASSEMBLY, HEAT 1
450A MS21206C3 . . WASHER 3
PART CAN BE CADMIUM PLATED
455A AN3C5A . . BOLT 3
PART CAN BE CADMIUM PLATED
–460A NM10-2525TL . . RIVET (V70127) 3
PART CAN BE CADMIUM PLATED
461A MS21042-3 . . NUT AR
PART CAN BE CADMIUM PLATED
REPAIR ONLY
OPT TO NM10-2525TL (VF8266)
462A NAS1149C0363B . . WASHER AR
FIO: USED ONLY WITH P/N
MS21042-3
REPAIR ONLY
465A 43-1396 . BOLT 14
470A MS20002C10 . WASHER 14
PART CAN BE CADMIUM PLATED
475A MS20995C32 . LOCKWIRE AR
475B 23320CA080 . LOCKWIRE AR
480A 50-639 . PLATE, IDENTIFICATION 1
485A 50-640 . PLATE, INSTRUCTION 1

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