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TM 10-3930-673-34
8-3. FRONT AXLE ASSEMBLY REPLACEMENT/REPAIR (CONT)
B
WARNING
12
8
Axle assembly weighs 1,650 lb (748
11
kg). Attach suitable lifting device
10
prior to removal or installation to
prevent possible injury to personnel.
A
(10)
Use a floor jack to support weight of
front axle assembly (8).
12
9
(11)
Remove axle pivot pin (11) from
TR00252
front axle assembly (8).
(a)
Remove locknut (9) and screw (10)
from axle pivot pin (11). Discard locknut.
NOTE
Note the location and quantity of washer spacers during disassembly. Keep washer
spacers together as a set. Do not mix washer spacer sets.
(b)
Remove axle pivot pin (11) and washer spacers (12) from front axle assembly (8).
(12)
Remove front axle assembly (8) from vehicle frame.
(a)
Place a steel bar (minimum 1 in. [25.4 mm] diameter and 6 ft [1.83 m] long) in the tilt cylinder
rod pivot pin mounting hole (A). The bar will prevent the front axle assembly (8) from rotating
when the axle is removed.
(b)
Lower floor jack and roll front axle assembly (8) to the front from under vehicle, using floor
jack and 6 ft (1.83 m) bar, to prevent axle assembly from rotating.
(c)
Raise axle assembly using floor jack. Support axle assembly (8) and wheels using suitable
stands.
b. Disassembly.
(1)
Remove steering cylinders (TM 10-3930-673-20).
(2)
Remove tie rods (Para 12-6).
(3)
Remove parking brake assembly (TM 10-3930-673-20).
(4)
Remove front planetary wheel ends (Para 8-6).
(5)
Remove front differential carrier assembly and front universal (cardan) steering joints
(6)
Remove front drive wheel spindle (Para 12-3).
8-6

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