where can i get new brake parts for 26 tt.
What do you need? I have used shoes, new linings w/rivets, new springs, new pins to put all together with, and the pcs that let the brake shoes pivot firstname.lastname@example.org
not sure have to take apart an clean and go from there.is it easy to take apart.
TT emergency brake is probably the easiest brake in the world to work on. I'd put a drip pan or something under it and then use a can of carb cleaner (or whatever) and clean off the bulk of the crud. Once you can see things you should be able to take it apart without difficulty.
ok going to try and taking apart.thanks..
I know you didn't ask this, but from what I can see it appears that your axle seals have failed. There are three seals on each side. There are 2 at the outer end of the axle, one inboard of the wheel roller bearing and one outboard of the wheel roller bearing. These serve to contain the bearing grease. Near the other end of the axle shaft just outboard of the inner ball bearing is another seal, which serves to contain the rear end oil.
From the look of your brakes, I'd guess all of the seals have failed, causing the crud buildup shown. The two seals at the outer end of the axle at the wheel roller bearing are not such a big deal to replace, but the inner rear end oil seal is a bear because you must take the rear end apart to get to it. In my limited experience the inner bearing is the most important because when it leaks the rear end oil travels to the outer roller bearings and washes away the grease, thereby eventually causing damage to the roller bearing and/or the axle shaft itself.
I don't mean to be discouraging, but if you're gonna fix the brakes, it makes sense to also repair the cause of the problem.
is there a drawing of how and what order and kind of bearings and seals i need .
I can't get the gall darn thing to resize for posting here, so I'll send it to you via private email.