Check end bearing bushing (30) for signs of wear. If necessary, remove old bushing and press new bushing into
Check cover bushing (29) for signs of wear. Replace if necessary by removing old bushing and pressing new
bushing into place.
Slide thrust washer (67) over long end of shaft until washer rests against gear (12). h. Apply grease to end of
drum shaft, opposite gear. Apply grease to bushing in gear housing (15). Place greased end of shaft through
gear housing bushing. Push shaft through gear housing until gear hub and thrust washer rests against bushing.
Put gasket (50) onto gear housing cover (9). Apply grease to gear end of shaft and bushing in cover. Slide
cover onto shaft and align mounting holes so that oil level hole is at lowest position. Use eight capscrews (34)
and lockwashers (46) to secure cover.
Press bearing (28) onto worm (25). Be sure that thick shoulder of bearings outer race (side with manufacturer's
name and part number) is out, away from worm threads. Press bearing and worm into gear housing. Slip gasket
(51) and bearing cap (5) into place around worm gear shaft. Use six capscrews (35) and lockwashers (45) to
secure cap to gear housing. Insert key (19) into shaft keyway.
Press bearings (28) onto worm, and into gear housing. Insert key (18) into keyway. Place gasket (51) onto brake
housing (13) and attach brake housing to gear housing. Use six capscrews (42) to secure.
Reassemble brake parts into brake housing. (Refer to paragraph 6-7. 2, Reassembly and Checking The Brake.
Place springs (64), spacer (69), and brake disc (49) into place, in gear housing. Grease drum shaft and drum
bushing. Slide drum (10) onto shaft.
m. Slide clutch (6) over end of drum shaft. Align the clutch over the pilot bushing in drum. Install the eight
capscrews (37) and torque the capscrews to 75 ft. lbs. to securely seat the clutch to the drum.
Rotate the drum to align the clutch slots with the shaft keyways. Lightly grease four dowel pins, eight balls. Use
molybdenum disulfide or graphite bearing grease. Insert the four dowel pins (58) and eight balls (27). In the
engaged position the balls are nearly flush with the clutch.
Lightly grease the internal and external groove and bore in locking ring (7) and clutch (6).
Slide locking ring onto the clutch. When fully engaged, the locking ring touches the clutch flange and there is .
71 to . 73 inches between the end of the locking ring and the end of the clutch. Install the clutch spacer ring