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Figure 83. Differential carrier assembly, exploded view.
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Figure 85. Hydraulic brake mater cylinder, exploded view.
(b) If contact area is confined to the inner
the pinion toward the gear to secure
backlash of 0.006 to 0.012 inch.
diameter or toe of the ring gear teeth,
f.
Installation.  Using new gaskets, reverse
move the ring gear away from the
pinion; then remove shims to move
procedures in a above.
Section IX. BRAKES (GROUP 12)
(3) Remove boots (2) from ends of cylinder
51. Hydraulic Brake Master Cylinder
body.
a. Removal. Refer to TM 10-3930-222-20.
(4) Remove pistons (8) from body.
b. Disassembly.
(5) Remove cups (4) from body.
(1) Unscrew and remove fillercaps (1 and 8,
(6) Remove spring (5) from body.
fig. 85) and gasket (2 and 4) from body (9).
b. Cleaning, Inspection, and Repair.
(2) Remove push rod (6) and boot (5) from
(1) Wash  all  metal  parts  thoroughly  in
body.
denatured alcohol and dry completely with
(3) Remove end plug (19) and retaining ring
compressed air.
(17) from body.
(2) Inspect cylinder bore and pistons for rough,
(4) Remove cheek valve seat (18), check
scratched, or pitted surface. Hone cylinder
valve and spring (16), secondary piston
bore as necessary.  Polish pistons with
(15), secondary cup (14), return spring (13),
crocus cloth or steel wool.
primary cup (12), and primary piston (11)
(3) Use wheel cylinder repair kit and replace
from body.
parts  as  necessary.
Replace  other
(5) Remove preformed packing (10) from
damaged items with serviceable ones
primary piston (11).
c.  Assembly and Installation  Reverse procedures
(6) Unscrew and remove relief valve assembly
in a above.
(29) and gasket (28) from body.
c.  Cleaning and Inspection
53. Service Brakeshoe Assemblies
(1) Clean cylinder and ports in denatured
a. Removal, Adjustment, and Installation. Refer to
alcohol or brake fluid.
TM 10-3930-222-20.
(2) Inspect cylinder bore for discoloration or
b. inspection
pressure marks
(3) Hone cylinder lightly as necessary.
(1) Inspect brake linings for wear.
d. Assembly. Reverse procedures in b above
(2) Inspect brakeshoes, levers, and links for
cracks, breaks, and other damages.
using master cylinder repair kit.
(3) Inspect wheel cylinder for leaks and other
e. Installation. Refer to TM 10-3930-222-20.
defects.
c.  Repair.
52. Wheel Cylinder
(1) Remove worn lining and install new lining,
a. Removal and Disassembly.
using bonded brake lining kit.
(1) Remove wheel cylinder (TM 10-3930-222 -
(2) Using wheel cylinder repair kit, repair
20).
defective wheel cylinder.
(2) Pull connecting links (1, fig. 86) from wheel
(3) Install  defective  levers  and  links  as
cylinder body (6).
authorized.
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