NOTE: The various parts of the pump are a
matched assembly and c a n n o t b e
s e p a r a t e l y serviced If the pump has
become damaged, replace t h e whole
7-23. CLUSTER GEAR REMOVAL.
a. Remove the cork and drive out the cluster
gear shaft toward the large opening in the case
NOTE: The cluster gear shaft and idler gear
shaft are tapered and can, therefore, be
removed only toward the large opening
in the housing.
NOTE: Drive the cluster gear shaft out with a
67/16 x 3/4 inch (163.5x19.1 mm)
dummy shaft. This dummy will support
arranged in four sets, two sets at each
7-24. IDLER GEAR REMOVAL.
b. Remove the two thrust washers between
the bosses and the cluster gear (see figure
7-25. If removal of the idler gear is necessary,
f o l l o w the instructions given for the counter
gear removal. This gear can be removed
c. Raise the cluster gear assembly up high
without removing the clutch pack assembly.
enough so that the clutch pack assembly can
be removed. Hold the gear to the nearest side.
7-26. FORWARD CLUTCH PACK
d. Slide the whole clutch pack assembly out
a. Remove the snap ring from the front
clutch cylinder. Remove the input gear
e. Remove the cluster gear from the housing
b. Remove the pilot bearing and the thrust
NOTE: Keep track of the needle bearings.
There are 68 for the cluster gear, four
rows of 17 each.