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Keep extra shoe in service: M2/M3-series Bradleys....

A broken track shoe in the field can bring your Bradley to a screeching halt--unless you have an extra shoe with you.

You're supposed to keep an extra shoe mounted just above the engine deck on the front of your Bradley. Mount it wrong, though, and the shoe gets hit and damaged by the engine deck hinge whenever the deck is raised.

Turn the shoe so the narrow end faces up. Screw in the mounting bolts through the lower portion of the shoe. That provides enough clearance to ensure the shoe will be available if and when you need it.
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Publication:PS, the Preventive Maintenance Monthly
Date:Oct 1, 2003
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