Aline balance ring pins (14) with two holes in valve housing. Install balance ring (13) in valve housing (3). Insert
your finger through port of housing. Apply pressure to side of balance ring assembly. Hold ring in position until
valve housing is in place. Aline case drain hole in housing with case drain hole in valve plate (18). Install valve
housing against valve plate.
Install and finger tighten four bolts (1, 2). Torque to 750 inch pounds, tightening two opposing corners first, then
the other two opposing corners.
Install two check plug assemblies: steel balls (9), springs (8), plugs (6), and seal (7). Install case drain plug (4)
and seal (5).
4-19.3 Winch Power Take-Off (Figure 4-46).
4-19.3.1 Removal and Disassembly.
Disconnect the hydraulic pump lines and remove the pump. Disconnect the wire control cable assembly (8) from
the shifter bracket (7). Remove the power takeoff from the transmission by removing six nuts (45) and copper
gaskets (46). Remove the assembled power take-off, gaskets (49, 50), and the filler block (51).
Remove the screw (2), swivel bracket (3), and nut (4) from the bracket (7) to remove the wire control mount (1).
Remove set screw (5) and pivot pin (6) from bracket. Remove four screws (9) to remove the wire shift cover
assembly (10), gaskets (21), and fiber spacer (22).
Disassemble the cover assembly by removing screw (11), lockwasher (12), shifter lever (13), flat washer (14),
and indicator switch (15). Remove the post and plate assembly (16), o-ring (17), poppet (18), and spring (19).
Remove the woodruff key (23) from the output shaft (39). Remove four socket head screws (24) and remove the
pump flange assembly (28), bearing cap gaskets (26, 27), and bearing cup (30). Use a small screwdriver to
remove the oil seal (25) from the pump flange (29), being careful not to scratch the flange bore.
Working from the opposite end of the pump, remove four screws (31) to remove the bearing cap assembly (32)
and gaskets (26, 27). Disassemble the bearing cap by removing the bearing cup (34) from the closed end
bearing cap (33). Remove the assembled shaft from the housing; then remove bearings (35, 36) from both ends
of the shaft. Remove two lock rings (37) to remove the sliding gear (38) from the output shaft (39).
Remove set screw (40) and carefully remove the idler shaft (41) from the housing (48) while holding the cluster
gear (44) from falling. Remove gear spacer (42) and two input bearing cones (43) from the cluster gear (44).
4-19.3.2 Cleaning, Inspection and Repair.
Clean all parts with an approved cleaning solvent. Check all mating surfaces. Replace any parts that have
scratches or burrs that cannot be easily removed using crocus cloth or a fine grit sandpaper.