How To Replace Brakes On A Dump Truck (HD). In this video, our mechanic demonstrates how to replace brakes on an International Tandem Dump Truck. This brake job was performed at our yard on Saturday, 14 July 2012. The temperature on that day was approximately 95 degrees Fahrenheit and humidity was high.

Watch as our skilled mechanic as he battles the impact wrench and high heat as he removes and handles the heavy truck tires, tools, and brake components. All four rear wheel sets were removed and new brakes installed. Total time required to complete this brake job was approximately three hours, including picking up the parts and supplies required to complete this project.

The dump truck in this video is a 1997 4900 Series International Tandem Dump Truck.

W.C. Black and Sons, Inc. is a state licensed general contractor in Charlotte, North Carolina, which specializes in residential and commercial Demolition, Excavating, Grading, Land Clearing, and Hauling services. If you require a competent site work contractor in the Charlotte area or within North or South Carolina, visit -- www.wcblackandsons.com for additional information about our company.


Cameras used during the filming of this video:

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Comments

    • Papersacs
      Papersacs

      Under that truck with no jack stand is not smart.

      about 2 months ago
    • Jake Walter
      Jake Walter

      F

      about 5 months ago
    • Anibal Babilonia
      Anibal Babilonia

      Great job! And great tutorial! Thanks for sharing this video 😎👍

      about 6 months ago
    • dj billbill#badDJ
      dj billbill#badDJ

      He should have blocked the dump bed. Heard of a couple people getting killed from the bed falling while working under it.

      about 1 year ago
    • maxxamillion maxx
      maxxamillion maxx

      nothing like good narration

      about 1 year ago
    • Charlie Harrison
      Charlie Harrison

      Thanks for the tip on how to do this at home.

      about 2 years ago
    • ماجد العراقي
      ماجد العراقي

      👍💖

      about 2 years ago
    • Emily Peters
      Emily Peters

      I would have tore the dust covers off put the rollers in then put the shoes on and used a Philips screw drive to put on the anchor pin Springs, but to each his own.

      about 2 years ago
    • John T
      John T

      I mean this as compliment to the mechanic as we say here in my part of Ireland anyway ( thats a great bloody man )

      about 2 years ago
    • hounkpati olivier
      hounkpati olivier

      ok thanks

      about 2 years ago
    • ReX 6
      ReX 6

      atleast tell us what youre doing

      about 2 years ago
    • Epicvoid
      Epicvoid

      so you're using a bottle jack on a dump truck, on grass and dirt?

      about 2 years ago
    • mr. JH
      mr. JH

      I used to work as a truck servicer. I changed many tires until one day, my luck ran out. I was underneath when the trailer collapsed on my arm, crashing it into three shredded pieces. I was stuck underneath for 2 hours, and I woke up in an operating room, in pain. the doctors were cutting my arm off and I saw my bones and veins. I passed out and the next time I woke up, I was in the recovering room. I didn't return back to my job for about 1 year. Finally, I decided to go back and the exact same thing happened again to me only on the other good arm. now I have to relearn everything by using my toes, such as typing this.

      about 2 years ago
    • Carmine Riganti
      Carmine Riganti In reply to mr. JH

      I guess you did not learn from the first time !!!!!!!!!!

      about 5 months ago
    • mr. JH
      mr. JH In reply to mr. JH

      +Phu Bui. Do u know me, son?

      about 2 years ago
    • Juice
      Juice In reply to mr. JH

      no, you're lying

      about 2 years ago
    • mr. JH
      mr. JH In reply to mr. JH

      +Charlie Abbot who me ?

      about 2 years ago
    • Charlie Abbot
      Charlie Abbot In reply to mr. JH

      You need some very serious professional help!! ha ha

      about 2 years ago
    • andrew cyktor
      andrew cyktor

      I don't understand why he made this as an educational video I'm guessing , But show's the longest way possible.

      about 2 years ago
    • GunModes
      GunModes

      good sir i now start to learn mechanic

      about 2 years ago
    • BreadAndGatorade
      BreadAndGatorade

      You a hard worker! Ever think of wearing ear protection? Those air tools can put out over 110 decibel, serious consideration for hearing loss if you working this hard every day. CHeers.

      about 2 years ago
    • Chris Turan
      Chris Turan

      doesn't clean rim and hub mounting surfaces

      about 3 years ago
    • Chris Turan
      Chris Turan In reply to Chris Turan

      We don't let cowboys fix trucks up here in Canada

      about 2 years ago
    • Chris Turan
      Chris Turan In reply to Chris Turan

      +Andrew Dillon you're ASE certified. doesn't mean as much as having a 310S or 310T licence.

      about 2 years ago
    • Andrew Dillon
      Andrew Dillon In reply to Chris Turan

      +Chris Turan I'm in the states and I'm certified. ypu don't have to clean any of that...

      about 2 years ago
    • Chris Turan
      Chris Turan In reply to Chris Turan

      +Andrew Dillon well I don't think he knows all the procedures for doing a brake job properly after all he is in the states and they don't have a proper licencing system for mechanics.

      about 2 years ago
    • Andrew Dillon
      Andrew Dillon In reply to Chris Turan

      Lol your such a dumbass

      about 2 years ago
    • Chris Turan
      Chris Turan

      over torquing wheel nuts no torque wrench shown

      about 3 years ago
    • Chris Turan
      Chris Turan In reply to Chris Turan

      +chris s you have no regard for safety is that it?

      about 2 years ago
    • Chris Turan
      Chris Turan

      no jack stands??

      about 3 years ago
    • t tooner
      t tooner

      Not talking shit like I see in the other comments.. its a lot easier to put the big spring on, then snap the shoes in place, then take a pair of vise grips on the orange springs than it is to fight that big ass spring. I did it that way for years until someone showed me the other way and I won't go back. They also have a tool now on the snap on truck just for those orange springs which makes it even easier.

      about 3 years ago
    • t tooner
      t tooner In reply to t tooner

      He kinda went the long way around it as I leave the anchor pins in.

      about 2 years ago
    • t tooner
      t tooner In reply to t tooner

      On eaton shoes, yes, there is no other way to install them as I have an 855 cummins pushrod I cut off, beat flat and cut a notch in to pry on the big spring. On rockwell q plus, there is no need to fight the big spring and just put the shoes on with the big spring and then hook the little orange ones up. I am a Freightliner tech, so I deal with this more than I like to admit some weeks.

      about 2 years ago
    • Jeremiah Turnberg
      Jeremiah Turnberg In reply to t tooner

      tommy tooner I just bought a tool from Cornwell that's made for putting the shoes on this way in the video it's got a fork on one side and a hook on the other

      about 2 years ago
    • GimmeSomeOno
      GimmeSomeOno In reply to t tooner

      Dude that tool is a life saver.

      about 2 years ago
    • Travis W
      Travis W

      you guys have a good mechanic. doesn't screw around, works efficiently

      about 3 years ago
    • Sightseeing tour guide
      Sightseeing tour guide

      Florida?

      about 3 years ago
    • Mad Max
      Mad Max

      How much torque are you suppose to apply on these lug nuts? Will the power of an Ingersoll Rand W7150 with 780ft/lbs max forward torque and 1100 ft/lb. nut busting torque be strong enough?

      about 3 years ago
    • t tooner
      t tooner In reply to Mad Max

      +Mad Max 450 to 500 ft lbs is spec on budds and hub piloted lugs.

      about 3 years ago
    • Thomas Brown
      Thomas Brown

      you guys are so fucking smart you go do it been there done that  you arm chair mechanics are fuckin idiots  he was doing what he was told

      about 3 years ago
    • Shawn Mackinnon
      Shawn Mackinnon

      the drum is closer to 100 pounds.. i recycle them

      about 3 years ago
    • Shawn Mackinnon
      Shawn Mackinnon

      u put the big spring on first, t han pop the lil springs on with a screw driver

      about 3 years ago
    • Shawn Mackinnon
      Shawn Mackinnon

      i could of do ne all 4 wheels in the time he done one...
      i hope u wern't ge tting paid for this

      about 3 years ago
    • bababooey7576
      bababooey7576 In reply to Shawn Mackinnon

      I hope you didnt pay for your english grammar/ language education.

      about 3 years ago
    • austinhydroax
      austinhydroax

      Thanks for posting this. Gives me a insight on the steps I have to do without the sweat. Your mechanic rocks but you should get him a helper. Makes my back hurt watching him go at it solo. That's a good mechanic!

      about 3 years ago
    • primalfury2011
      primalfury2011

      hope hes not putin those greasssssy hands on the linings!!!

      about 3 years ago
    • fudogchomp
      fudogchomp

      man, how heavy is that fucking drum?

      about 3 years ago
    • Jesse Romero
      Jesse Romero In reply to fudogchomp

      +Sean McNeal fuck yes them motherfuckers are heavy 😂😂

      about 2 years ago
    • Sean McNeal
      Sean McNeal In reply to fudogchomp

      +James Franco bullshit, try 110lbs

      about 2 years ago
    • James Franco
      James Franco In reply to fudogchomp

      about 45 pounds

      about 3 years ago