FINAL DRIVE AND TRANSFER CASE
The nut should be tightened to 100 ft.-lbs.
e. Install the shims (as calculated in step a)
(13.82 kg-m) minimum.
and forward bearing retainer. Tighten the
retainer capscrews to 30 ft.-lbs. (4.15 kg-m).
d. Secure the cotter pin into the nut.
1. Install the cup-for the rear bearing.
e. Assemble the brake drum onto the hub.
Tighten the place bolts to 30 ft.-lbs. (4.15
NOTE: Skip step g if new bearings or pinion
are NOT installed.
REASSEMBLY OF OUTPUT SHAFT.
g. Assemble the rear bearing retainer to the
case. By using a feeler gauge between the
a. Press the gear onto its shaft.
retainer and the housing, approximate shim
thickness can be determined. Remove the
b. Press the inboard bearing onto the shaft.
c. Assemble both bearing cups into the
h. Assemble the rear retainer with the shims
onto the case. Tighten the capscrews to 30
f t . - l b s . (4.15 kg-m). The preload on the
bearings should be 5-15 in.-lbs. (.058-.173
d. Install gear-shaft assembly into bearing
retainer and press the outboard bearing on.
i. insert the seal into the retainer.
e. Insert the oil seal.
f. Insert the oil seal into the retainer.
8-18. REASSEMBLY OF PARKING BRAKE.
g. Assemble drive shaft yoke, washer with
two o-rings, and stake nut. When the stake nut
NOTE: See PARKING BRAKE In the BRAKE
is tight, the preload on the bearing is 10-20
a. Install the backing plate onto the bearing
8-20. ADJUSTMENT OF BACKLASH OF
retainer. Tighten the place bolts to 30 ft.-lbs.
BEVEL GEAR SET.
a. As a starting point, put a .030 in. (.782
b. Assemble the spacer and brake drum hub
mm) shim behind the gear bearing retainer.
onto the shaft.
b. Adjust shim thickness so that backlash is
c. Assemble the washer and nut onto shaft