Weld one pass around cover (360 degree) inside
housing using same weld rod as above.
Remove all weld splatter and slag from inside of
housing and return housing to service.
Draining And Refilling Instructions
To drain axle lubricant from forward axle and power
divider, remove drain plugs from bottom of axle housing
and bottom of the power divider intermediate case.
To drain the rear rear axle, remove the drain plug
from the axle housing.
To fill the forward rear axle, make sure all drain
plugs are tight. Pour 0.5 liter (1 pint)of lubricant into the
power divider at plug on top of inter-axle diff cover. Fill
axle housing to the level of filler hole.
To fill rear rear axle, make sure all drain plugs are
tight. Fill to level of filler hole. On initial lubrication of
new or rebuilt axles, pour 0.5 liter (1 pint) of lubricant into
pinion bearing cage at filler plug provided in differential
assemblies, it is recommended that the axles be "run-in"
to distribute the lubricant. This is accomplished by
raising and securely blocking all rear wheels off the floor
approximately two to three minutes. After running in
axles, recheck lubricant level.
The propeller shaft slip joint splines must be free to
slip as required to compensate for articulation of the
axles. Keep slip joints lubricated. When operating under
dusty, wet or muddy conditions, more frequent lubrication
of the propeller shaft may be required. Inspect slip yoke
dust seals and replace worn or damaged seals to
prevent entry of dirt or moisture which might cause
binding or seizing of slip joint splines.
Pinion Gauge Discs
Remove and Installer Set
Torque Multiplier Wrench
Bearing Nut Wrench
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