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Section X. Hydraulic Brake System
FIG. 1
TYPICAL PREFERRED BEARING ON BOTH SIDES OF TOOTH
WHILE UNDER A LIGHT LOAD
FIG. 2
TOE BEARING ON BOTH SIDES OF TOOTH - GEAR SET NOISY. TO MOVE
BEARING TOWARD HEEL INCREASE BACKLASH WITHIN LIMITS BY MOV-
ING GEAR AWAY FROM PINION.
FIG. 3
HEEL BEARING ON BOTH SIDES OF TOOTH-GEARSET NOISY AND
COULD RESULT IN EARLY GEAR FAILURE. TO MOVE BEARING TOWARD
TOE DECREASE BACKLASH WITHIN LIMITS BY MOVING GEAR TOWARD
PINION.
FIG. 4
LOW BEARING ON GEAR AND HIGH BEARING ON PINION. CORRECT
BY PULLING PINION AWAY FROM GEAR (INCREASE MOUNTING DIS-
TANCE.
FIG. 5
HIGH BEARING ON GEAR AND LOW BEARING ON PINION. CORRECT
BY MOVING PINION IN TOWARD GEAR (DECREASE MOUNTING DIS-
TANCE.
Figure 3-107. Correct tooth contact patterns.

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