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TM 10-3930-673-34
8-5. FRONT DIFFERENTIAL CARRIER ASSEMBLY REPLACEMENT/REPAIR/
ADJUSTMENT (CONT)
(5)
Disassemble bevel pinion (12) and
38
bearing cage (28).
39
(a)
Place bevel pinion (12) and bearing
12
cage (28) in suitable press with
34
splined end at top of assembly.
36
35
(b)
Support bearing cage (28) under
flange area with metal or wood
37
blocks.
33
(c)
Use suitable press or leather mallet
28
and driver to remove bevel
pinion (12) from bearing cage (28).
(d)
Remove outer bearing (33) from
bearing cage (28).
(e)
Use suitable puller to remove inner
bearing cone (34) and bearing spacer (35) from bevel pinion (12).
(f)
Use suitable puller to remove inner bearing cup (36) and outer bearing cup (37) from bearing
cage (28).
(g)
Place bevel pinion (12) in vise with soft jaws.
WARNING
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.
(h)
Use expanding snap ring pliers to remove snap ring (38) from end of bevel pinion (12).
(i)
Use a suitable puller to remove bearing (39) from spigot end of bevel pinion (12).
c. Cleaning. See Cleaning Instructions (Para 2-12).
d. Inspection. See Inspection Instructions (Para 2-14).
e. Assembly.
NOTE
Pinion and ring gears are a matched set. If replacement of ring gear or pinion gear is
necessary, replace both gears as a set.
(1)
Assemble bevel pinion (12), bearings (33, 34, 36, and 37), and bearing cage (28).
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