Discard gaskets, o-rings, and seals each time power take-off is disassembled. Check the gear teeth for signs of
wear, damage or distortion. Replace any damaged gears.
Check bearing surfaces for scratches, scoring, or pitting; replace damaged bearings. Do not spin bearings that
have not been lubricated.
4-19.3.3 Assembly and Installation.
Install bearings (43) in the cluster gear. Holding gear spacer (42) in place next to the bearing, position the cluster
gear in the housing and insert idler shaft (41) in the housing and through the spacer (42), bearings (43), and
cluster gear (44). Install set screw (40).
Assemble sliding gear (38) onto output shaft (39) and attach lock rings (37). Install bearing cones (35, 36) on the
shaft and insert shaft into housing (48). Apply a light weight oil on the cups and oil seal; install bearing cup (34)
into bearing cap (33); press in oil seal (25) and install bearing cup (30) into pump flange (29).
Apply a light petroleum jelly on the gaskets (26, 27) and position them onto housing. Install closed end bearing
cap (33) onto housing and fasten with screws (31). With gaskets (26, 27) in place, install pump flange (29) onto
housing and fasten with socket head screws (24).
Assemble the wire shift cover assembly (10). Install spring (19), poppet (18), o-ring (17), post and plate
assembly (16), and indicator switch (15) onto cover (20). Install flat washer (14), shifter lever (13), and fasten
with screw (11) and lockwasher (12). Apply a light petroleum jelly on the gaskets (21) and position them and the
fiber spacer (22) onto housing. Position the shift cover assembly (10) and bracket (7) onto housing and fasten
with four screws (9).
Assemble the wire mount control (1). Install pivot pin (6) and set screw (5). Attach swivel bracket (3) and attach
it to bracket (7) using nut (4) and screw (2).
Apply a light petroleum jelly on the gaskets (49, 50) and position them onto housing. Position the filler block (51)
and gaskets, along with the power take-off assembly on the mounting studs (47) on the transmission. Fasten the
power takeoff using six nuts (45) and copper washers (46). Connect the wire control cable assembly (8).
Install the hydraulic pump on the power take-off and reconnect the hydraulic lines.
4-19.4 Winch Pump (Figure 4-47)
4-19.4.1 Removal and Disassembly.
Disconnect the hydraulic lines from the pump. Remove two mounting bolts and remove the pump from the
power take-off flange.
Remove the shaft key (1). Support the pump on blocks or clamp the body (23) in a vise with the shaft down.
Index mark the pump body and cover for assembly