Clean engine and transmission assemblies and related components in accordance with paragraph 1-24.
Inspect engine and transmission assemblies and related components in accordance with paragraph 1-24.
Inspect flywheel mounting face and nose pilot bore for burrs. Remove all burrs and clean drive plate surface
using cleaning solvent.
Measure and record engine crankshaft end play.
Inspect front and rear drive shafts for damaged, dented, or bent tubing. Inspect for missing balance weights.
Ensure drive shafts are free of foreign material, such as undercoat or concrete. If found, foreign material shall be
removed carefully to avoid damaging shaft.
Ensure drive shaft splines slide freely with slight drag from slip shaft seal.
Check that drive shaft cross journals flex without excessive binding.
Inspect drive shaft mounting flanges and ears for burrs, paint, or foreign material.
To avoid personal injury, use a hoist and get help when lifting the engine and transmission. Be sure all
chains, hooks, etc. are in good condition and are of correct capacity. Be sure hooks are positioned
correctly. Always use a spreader bar when necessary. Do not side load lifting hooks. Transmission
must be held in place until all attaching screws are tightened.
Before installing transmission, ensure that all thread lock residue has been removed from drive plate nuts.
Attach lifting chain to sides of transmission (100) as follows:
If installed, remove bottom screw (102) from right transmission mount and left screw (103) from left
Install 1/2 inch washers (104) onto two 12mm x 3.0 bolts (105). Insert bolts through chain links of lifting
Install bolts (105) into holes on transmission mounts where screws (102, 103) were removed. Thread bolts a
minimum of one inch.
Attach lifting chain to hoist using shackles.