Baker FJF-050:
Needs a brake job.

Recently received a Baker/Otis FJF-050 forklift. Serial # L-1860-1043
Got it running. New hydraulic hoses are being fabricated as I type this. As per the subject, it needs a brake job.
Master cylinder was bone dry. Suspect the wheel cylinders to be the same.
I need advice on how to get the brake drums off. Any help would be appreciated. I understand I can remove the hub bolts (appx 12) and pull the hub and axles out. Pics or a really good explanation will be highly desirable. As an aside, does anyone have a shop/parts manual for this model?
Thanx
  • Posted 22 Nov 2019 08:06
  • Discussion started by Phantomphixer
  • Arizona, United States
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