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Wet brakes
I have in my shop a daewoo lift, it has from whet I've found doosan wet brakes. It had almost no stopping power when it came into the shop. I pulled everything apart and it had what looked to be grease packed around everything, I believe it to be the gear oil that has never been changed and has started to gum up horribly. I have no manuals for this lift with exception of the ones I've found online. My question is I know i can put it all back together the way it came apart but does anyone has a steps list or break down of how its supposed to go together with what correct oils to use. From what I can tell the axle lube also lubes the disc's and is constantly circulated through the pump that's on the trans. I'm in the process of cleaning the diff but i want to make sure i put it all back together correctly.
  • Posted 30 Apr 2016 03:56 AM
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