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Old 10-13-2015, 03:09 PM   #1
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Parking Brake Clevis Pin

Looking at the chassis lubrication information and item 14 is the "Parking Brake Clevis Pin" (applies to hydraulic brakes only). I have the J22 setup and am no sure I have this piece. Unfortunately, many of the lubrication items in the manual state the chassis application however this particular item has not chassis identification leading one to think it is on all chassis'. Can anyone provide any information?
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Sorry, meant to post this in the Workhorse forum, can the moderators move this?
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On the workhorse chassis I believe they use a drive shaft parking brake.. Look at the transmission end of the drive shaft.. If there is a brake drum on the transmission end then you should see a lever on that brake drum possibly with a cable or some such going to it.

That's device that connects the cable (or rod) to the arm is the clevis

If you got it, you got it,, Very easy to see.. I might be able to snap a photo tomorrow if you need (Will check back in about noon) since it's easy to spot and I've been there and done that.
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Thanks. I have the J22, which I believe is fully hydraulic, I.e., no cables. However, the manual doesn't seem to differentiate.
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