bearings in sets. If one bearing is worn or damaged, replace both bearings.
Check the steel ball for pitting, etching, out of round, and cracks. Replace steel ball if it is defective.
Inspect the mounting screws, pipe nipple, and pipe cap for damaged, corroded, twisted, or stripped threads.
Replace all damaged or defective parts.
Use a new shaft pin when installing the yoke on the gear shifter shaft.
Replace all gaskets.
Inspect the lock spring for corrosion, twisting, breaks, and metal fatigue. Replace the lock spring if
(1) Install the yoke (7) on the gear shifter shaft (5) and make sure that the pin hole in the shaft and yoke are
(2) Install the shaft pin (6) securing the yoke (7) to the shaft (5).
(3) Press new bearings (3 and 10) into the bearing retainers.
(4) Install the gear shifter shaft (5), yoke (7), and gear shifting crank (8) in the transmission case.
(5) Aline the shaft (5) with the bearing mounting holes and install the bearings (3 and 10) and gaskets (4).
(6) Install and tighten the screws (1) and lockwashers (2).
(7) Install the pipe nipple (12) and steel ball (14).
(8) Install the lock spring (13) in the pipe nipple (12) and tighten the pipe cap (11).
(9) Operate the gear shifting crank (8) and see that the shaft engages the gears properly.
Forward and Reverse Clutch Shaft
Remove the thrust washers (22) and oil seals (21) from both ends of the clutch shaft (4).
Remove the screws (24) and lockwashers (25) attaching the bearing housings (14) to the transmission case
(6) Pull both bearing housings (14) off the shaft (4). The hubs, bevel gears, and spiders will remain in the