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(4)
If replacement of bevel pinion (12)
32
and ring gear (13) set is necessary,
28
adjust thickness of shim pack for
new bevel pinion and ring gear set.
NOTE
If a new bevel pinion and ring gear
set is installed, or if the depth of the
3
bevel pinion has to be adjusted,
calculate the needed thickness of
the shim pack using the following
procedure:
(a)
Use a micrometer to measure
thickness of old shim pack (32)
removed from under bearing
cage (28). Record measurement.
(b)
Read variation number on spigot
end of old bevel pinion (12). Record
number.
NOTE
Bevel pinion spigot end number can
be in l,000ths of an inch or 100ths of
a millimeter. Example: +3 = 0.003
in., +0.03 = 0.03 mm. Be sure to
convert millimeters to inches by
multiplying by 0.039 before
performing the following
calculations:
(c)
Subtract number from spigot
bearing end of old bevel pinion (12)
from shim pack (32) thickness
TR00263
measured in Step (a) if old number
is a plus (+) value. If old bevel
pinion spigot number is a minus () value, add number from spigot end of old bevel pinion to
shim pack thickness. This is the thickness of the standard shim pack, without a variation.
(d)
Read number on spigot end of new bevel pinion (12). Record number
(e)
Add number from spigot end of new bevel pinion (12) to standard shim pack (32) thickness
calculated in Step (c), if number on spigot end of new bevel pinion is a plus (+). If new pinion
cone number is a minus (), subtract new pinion cone number from standard shim pack
thickness calculated in Step (c). This is the thickness of the new shim pack.
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