Loosen the two bolts (T18) in yoke (T17).
Slide yoke left or right on the cross shaft to expose woodruff keys (T15).
Remove woodruff keys (T15) from cross shaft (T14). Withdraw shaft (T14) from yoke (T17) and housing (T1).
Remove bearing retainer lock bolt (T12) and lock (T11).
Remove bearing retainer (T10). To remove rotate counter clockwise.
Remove the clutch shaft from the front of the housing. Tap the output end of the shaft if the bearing cup sticks in
The cup of the rear roller bearing will remain in the housing after the clutch shaft has been removed.
Turn the housing face down.
There are three holes provided at the rear of the housing for removal of the rear bearing cup. Insert a punch in
the holes and tap alternately at three points. Avoid cocking and cramping the bearing during removal.
On some housings these three holes may be plugged with screws. Remove screws and
proceed per above instructions.
Wash the bearings thoroughly with solvent. Blow dry with compressed air and examine for wear, corrosion or
rough spots. If it is determined that the bearings are unsatisfactory for further use, they must be removed from
the clutch shaft as follows:
Place a split type bearing remover between the two roller bearings.
Place clutch shaft and bearing remover on bench press and push bearing from the shaft.
Invert the shaft in the press and remove the other bearing in the same manner.
4-6.2.3 Cleaning, Inspection and Repair.
Wash all parts of the Power Take-Off EXCEPT the CLUTCH FACINGS in a good solvent, then, blow dry before
Examine bearing, cups, races, balls, and rollers for indications of corrosion or pitting. Apply light engine oil to the
bearings; then, while holding the inner race, revolve the bearing and outer race slowly to check for free rolling of
the balls or rollers on the races and cup. Rough or sticking spots of the bearings are cause to reject the bearings
from further use.