Remove screws (11) and lockwashers (12). Remove plate (13), with seal (14) and bearing cup (15), and shim
Remove shaft (17), with bearings and ring gear assembled, from case (45).
Remove screws (18), lockwashers (19), plate (20), with seal (21), and shim (22). Bearing cup (23) should remain
in case unless replacement is necessary.
Use a bearing puller to remove bearing (24) from shaft (17). Remove ring gear assembly (25) and key (26).
Use a bearing puller to remove bearing (27) from shaft (17).
Remove cotter pin (23), nut (29), flange (2) and key (30).
Remove screws (31), lockwashers (32) and cup (33) with seal (34). Remove seal (34).
Install screws in puller holes of cage (35) and pull cage, with pinion assembled, from case (45). Remove shim
Remove nut (37), washer (38), nut (39), washer (40) and bearing (41).
Remove the pinion (42), with remaining bearings (43, 44) installed, from cage (35). Remove bearings (43, 44)
from pinion (42).
The bearing cups (46) and spacer (47) in cage (35) should remain installed unless replacement is necessary.
4-9.1.2 Cleaning, Inspection and Repair.
Clean all metal parts with an approved solvent and dry with low pressure filtered compressed air.
Inspect bearings for signs of scoring, pitting, loose rollers or overheating. Discard any bearing showing damage
and closely inspect its mating bearing cup. If the cup is damaged it shall be replaced.
Discard all seals and use new seals at assembly.
The ring gear (25) should not be separated from the ring gear hub (48) unless the ring gear, hub or pinion (42)
are being replaced. The ring gear and pinion must be replaced as an assembly if either is damaged.
Inspect all parts and replace as necessary.
Install any bearing cups (15, 23, or 46) that were removed. If separated, assemble ring gear (25) to hub (48) and
secure with rivets (49).
Install bearings (44 and 43) on pinion (42).