scoring, and corrosion. Replace the pinion if its teeth are broken, chipped, damaged, or worn.
Inspect the bevel gear and hub for loose rivets, broken or chipped gear teeth, and worn or damaged teeth
surfaces. Replace the bevel gear and hub if it is worn or damaged, or if the contact surfaces of the teeth are
broken, chipped, or worn.
Check all bearings for wear, scoring, and damage. Check the bearing rollers for free rotation. Replace all
Inspect the bearing housing for cracks and breaks. Check all machined surfaces for pitting and etching.
Replace the bearing housing if it is broken or cracked, or if the mounting surfaces are excessively pitted.
Check the clutch driving spider for broken lugs, a damaged keyway, and broken or damaged teeth. Replace
the spider if it is worn, damaged, or cracked.
Replace oil seals. Do not use old oil seals during reassembly.
Check all spacers for wear, cracks, breaks, damage, and twisting. Replace all damaged, worn, or defective
Inspect all mounting screws for corroded, damaged, twisted, or stripped threads. Replace all defective
Check all gaskets and shims for damage, cracks, and torn edges. Replace all defective gaskets and shims.
Inspect all machined surfaces for pitting, corrosion, and etching. Remove all sludge and dirt from the
machined mounting surfaces. Dress down all pitted surfaces with a fine-cut file.
Install the pinion key (29) and press the double-speed pinion (3) on the clutch shaft (4):
Install the pinion spacers (5) on both sides of the double-speed pinion (3).
Install the bearing (9) and secure it with the retaining ring (8).
Install the bearing roller (12) on the hub (10).
Press the inner (3) and outer (17) bearing cones into the bearing housing (14).
Install the bearing roller (16) on the clutch driving spider (18).
Install the oil seal (15) in the bearing housing (14).
Install the key (26) on the hub (10) and press the bearing housing and driving spider (18) assemblies on the
(1) Install the clutch shaft (4) in the transmission case (1).