inch, with maximum wear limit of 0.017
(3) Inspect the hub for scored, pitted or worn
condition. Replace hub if found defective.
f. Reassembly. Lubricate the idler gear and sleeve
bearing with engine oil and press the bearing in the id-
ler gear. If a new bearing is used it must not protrude
beyond the gear face on either side.
(1) Position the inner thrust washer (7, fig. 3-126)
on forward end of the hub (5), with the flat in the inner
diameter of the thrust washer over the flat on the end
of the hub and with the oil grooves in the thrust wash-
er facing the idler gear.
(2) Place the small protruding end of the gear hub
through the end plate and into the counterbore in the
(3) Temporarily install two 3/8-16NC X 1-1/4-inch
pilot capscrews in the gear hub and cylinder block to
aline the holes in the hub and cylinder block when the
flywheel housing is installed as shown in figure 3-127.