Use care when removing snap and
retaining rings. Snap and retaining
rings are under spring tension and
can act as projectiles when released
and could cause severe eye injury.
Remove snap ring (88) from shaft
(m) Use a gear puller to remove weld
gear (89) and two bearings (90) as an
assembly from shaft assembly (77).
Springs are under tension. Always
wear safety glasses when working
on compressed springs. Carefully
handle spring in compressed form.
Failure to follow this precaution
could cause personal injury.
Place shaft assembly (77) in a press.
Install a clutch spring compressor
Press down on spring compressor
tool and retainer (91) just enough to
relieve pressure on retainer
ring (92). Remove retainer ring.
Slowly remove clutch spring
Remove retainer (91), four springs (93), and thrust washer (94).
Do not exceed 15 psi (103.43 kPa) nozzle pressure when using compressed air. Do not
direct compressed air against skin. Failure to follow this precaution could cause personal
Insert air nozzle at pressure ports (A) located between three seal ring grooves on shaft
assembly (77). Use compressed air to remove piston (95).