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TM 10-3930-632-34
Section III. REAR (STEER) AXLE
the hole in the pin with the hole in the steering knuckle.
13-5.
Removal
Drive in the draw key (41 or 42) and stake it into place.
Remove the steering axle (para 2-10a ).
b.
Clean the bearings by placing them in a wire
basket and agitating them in cleaning solvent P-D-680.
13-6.
Disassembly
Dry thoroughly with compressed air, taking care that the
Refer to figure 13-1.1 and disassemble the steering
air pressure does not spin the dry bearings.
axle.
c.
Inspect all parts for cracks, breaks, distortion,
or other damage; replace damaged parts.
WARNING
d.
Inspect the bearings for scoring or wear;
replace damaged bearings.
Dry cleaning solvent P-D-680 is toxic and
e.
Inspect the knuckle pins (39, fig.  13-1) for
flammable. Wear protective goggles and gloves
wear, scoring, or distortion; replace damaged pins.
and use only in a well ventilated area.  Avoid
f.
Inspect the axle mounting blocks for cracks,
contact with skin, eyes, and clothes and don't
distortion, worn pivot shafts, and damaged threads;
breathe vapors. Do not use near open flame or
excessive heat.  The flash point is 100F -
replace damaged blocks.
g.
Clean the grease fittings with a fine wire to
138F. (38C - 59C). If you become dizzy while
dislodge any hardened grease accumulations.
using cleaning solvent, get fresh air immediately
and get medical aid.  If contact with eyes is
made, wash your eyes with water and get
c.
When installing the expansion plugs (48),
medical aid immediately.
position them in the bores with the convex side out and
tap the center of the plug to expand it. Stake the plugs
13-7.
Cleaning and Inspection
into place.
a.
Clean all metal parts of the steering axle
d.
Adjustment of the stop screw (45) is made
assembly, except the bearings, in solvent, Federal
after the axle is installed on the vehicle.
Specification P-D-680; dry thoroughly with compressed
air.
13-9.
Installation
Install and adjust the steering axle (pares 2-10b and
13-8.
Reassembly
c).
Refer to figure 13-1.1 and reassemble the steering
axle. Note the following:
a.
If the clearance between the steering knuckle
(47 or 50) and the bracket of the axle center assembly
exceeds 0.015 inch, add one shim (44) between the
parts.
b.
When installing the knuckle pins (39), align
1.
Tie rod
18.
Retaining ring
35.
Bearing cup
2.
Tie rod end
19.
Spider shim
36.
Bearing cone
3.
Nut
20.
Thrust washer
37.
Lubrication seal
4.
Dust cover
21.
Bearing seal
38.
Cotter pin
5.
Tie rod end
22.
Bearing
39.
Knuckle pin
6.
Nut
23.
Axle spider
40.
Pin bearing
7.
Tie rod
24.
Lubrication fitting
41.
Draw key
8.
Nut
25.
Tire
42.
Draw key
9.
Lubrication fitting
26.
Wheel bolt
43.
Pin bearing
10.
Cotter pin
27.
Rear wheel
44.
Knuckle shim
11.
Nut
28.
Hub cap
45.
Axle stop screw
12.
Capscrew
29.
Cotter pin
46.
Nut
13.
Lockwasher
30.
Nut
47.
RH steering knuckle
14.
Mounting block
31.
Flat washer
48.
Expansion plug
15.
Cotter pin
32.
Bearing cone
49.
Lubrication fitting
16.
Hex nut
33.
Bearing cup
50.
LH steering knuckle
17.
Ball stud
34.
Hub and cap
51.
Axle
Change 2 13-2

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