(7) Remove and count the gaskets (2) or shims located under each housing (14). The same number of gaskets
or shims must be used during installation.
(8) Pull the clutch shaft (4) away from the first countershaft bearing tube and remove it from the transmission
case (1). The gears, bearing cones, and spacers will remain on the shaft.
Bend the ears of the lockwashers (19) away from the locknut (20). Remove the locknut and lockwasher.
Remove the outer bearing (9). Spread the retaining ring (8) and remove the inner bearing (9).
Press the hub (10) out of the bearing housing (14) and remove the key (26).
Remove the oil seal (15) from the bearing housing (14).
Remove the bearing roller (16) from the clutch driving spider (18).
Remove the bearing roller (12) from the hub (10).
Press out the inner (13) and outer (17) bearing cones from the bearing housing (14).
Remove the shaft keys (28) from the clutch shaft (4).
Remove the shaft bearing spacer (6) and pinion spacer (5) from the clutch shaft (4).
Press the double-speed pinion (3) off the clutch shaft (4) and remove the key (29).
Do not remove the bevel gear (7) from the hub (10). If the gear is damaged, broken, or worn, replace the
bevel gear and hub as an assembly.
c. Cleaning. Wash all parts with cleaning solvent and dry them with clean compressed air. Remove all sludge, dirt,
and foreign matter from the keyways. Use a stiff brush dipped in cleaning solvent to clean the outer and inner walls of the
bearing housings. Make sure that al2l machined surfaces and bearing seats are free from sludge, dirt, corrosion, and old
d. Inspection and Repair.
(1) Inspect the clutch shaft for breaks, cracks, and twisting. Check the keyway edges for broken, chipping, or
pitted metal. Smooth down pitted or chipped edges with a fine-cut file. Inspect the shaft bearing journals for
scoring, burrs, and wear. Replace the clutch shaft if it is cracked, broken, or twisted.
(2) Check the double-speed pinion for broken, chipped, damaged, or worn teeth. Inspect the keyway for
cracks, burrs, and chipping edges. Check the mounting surface for cracks,