Remove keys (9) from winch shaft.
Disassembly. (Figure 5-7)
Remove plug (1) and drain gear oil.
Remove the screws (2), washers (3), brake housing (4) and gasket (5). The o-ring (6), gasket (7), nut
(8), spring assembly (9), pressure plate (16) and disc (17) will come off with housing (4).
Remove parts from housing (4). Do not disassemble the spring assembly (9) unless parts are to be
Slide the rotor assembly (18) off the shaft.
The rotor assembly (18) is difficult to assemble and should not be disassembled unless
necessary. Follow steps e. and f. to disassemble the rotor assembly.
Remove snap rings (19) and rings (20).
The rollers (22) are spring loaded and will fly in all directions unless precautions are taken. Hold
the rotor in a box when disassembling.
Slowly slide the driver (25) out of the race (21). Rollers (22), plungers (23) and springs (24) will fall from
driver (25) as it is removed.
Remove the bearing container (26) and gaskets (27). The friction disc (28) is glued to the container and
should not be removed unless replacement is required.
Remove keys (29) from drum shaft (30) and slide the spacer (31) off the shaft.
If keys (29) are tight, clamp a vise grip on the key and pry against the vise grip with a
Remove screws (32), washers (33) and screws (34). Slide cover (35), gaskets (36) and 0-rings (37) off
the shaft (30). Remove thrust ring (38).
The gaskets (36) may be stuck together and prevent the cover (35) from being easily removed.
Wrap the shaft in a rag to protect hands and give it a sharp tug. The cover should break free.