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FRONT DIFFERENTIAL CARRIER ASSEMBLY REPLACEMENT/REPAIR/ADJUSTMENT - continued - TM-10-3930-673-340418
TM 10-3930-673-34
(a)
Use a press or suitable sleeve and driver to install inner bearing cup (36) and outer bearing
cup (37) into bearing cage (28). Be sure bearing cups are flat against bottom of cage bore.
(b)
Use a press or suitable sleeve and driver to install inner bearing cone (34) on bevel
pinion (12).
(c)
Use a press or suitable sleeve and driver to install bearing (39) onto spigot end of bevel
pinion (12).
WARNING
Use care when installing 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.
(d)
Use an expanding snap ring pliers to install snap ring (38) into groove in end of bevel
pinion (12).
(e)
Apply a thin film of gear lubricant to inner and outer bearing cups (36 and 37) and bearing
cones (34 and 33).
(f)
Install bevel pinion (12) into bearing cage assembly (28).
(g)
Install bearing spacer (35) on bevel pinion (12) against inner bearing cone (34).
(h)
Use a press or suitable sleeve and driver to install outer bearing cone (33) on bevel pinion
against bearing spacer (35).
(2)
Install bevel pinion bearing oil
3
seal (29).
32
(a)
Apply a thin film of gear lubricant to
28
inner surface of bevel pinion bearing
oil seal (29).
30
(b)
Apply a thin film of gear lubricant to
seal bore in pinion bearing cage
assembly (28).
12
(c)
Use a press or suitable sleeve and
mallet to install bevel pinion
bearing oil seal (29) into pinion
29
bearing cage assembly (28).
5
35
6
(d)
Use a feeler gauge to check gap
4
between pinion bearing oil seal (29)
flange and pinion bearing cage
assembly (28) at several points
around the pinion bearing oil seal. Gap must be within 0.015 - 0.030 in. (0.381 - 0.762 mm).
The difference between the largest and smallest gap measurements must not exceed 0.010 in.
(0.254 mm).
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