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How to install a brake cable on a 466

Last Updated: Feb 25, 2015 11:06AM EST

466 Brake Cable Installation




1.     Remove the axle nut and bolt to remove the rear wheel.







2.  Find the bolt holding the brake shoe to the body of the brake assembly.






3.     Using an Allen wrench remove this bolt and remove the brake shoe from the brake assembly.






4.     Pry the brake assembly out.






5.  Squeeze the brake assembly together.



6.  Move the cable collar over the lip on the brake assembly.







7.  Slide the top of the brake assembly and the spring off the lower part of the brake assembly.  Remove the cable from the lower part of the brake assembly.  Pull the cable through the rear leg tube of the rollator.







8.  Thread the new cable through the rear leg tube of the rollator.







9.  Install the cable through the lower part of the brake assembly.  Install the spring and the upper part of the brake assembly on the lower part of the brake body.







10.  Squeeze the brake assembly together.


11.  Move the cable collar over the lip on the upper brake assembly.







13.  Install the complete brake assembly into the rear leg tube.






14.  Install the brake shoe on to the brake assembly.






15.  Loosen the cable collar with screwdriver.


16.  Pull the cable with a pair of pliers until the brake pad start to move and tighten the cable collar.






17.  Install the rear wheel.

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