FINAL DRIVE AND TRANSFER CASE
d. Remove the lower tapered roller bearing
and the roller bearing from the shaft end.
8-30. DISASSEMBLY OF DIFFERENTIAL.
a. Mark the differential case halves for
b. Cut lock wire and remove bolts from
c. Separate the halves.
NOTE: Remove ring gear only if necessary.
d. Mark gear and case and remove rivets as
e. If it is necessary to replace the differential
bearings, place the case in a press (see figure
8-29) and press the bearing from the journal.
a. Clean parts having ground and polished
with solvent type cleaners such as emulsion
c l e a n e r s or petroleum solvent excluding
gasoline. Do not clean these parts in a hot
s o l u t i o n tank or with water and alkaline
b. Rough parts such as differential carrier
casting may be cleaned in hot solution tanks
with mild alkali solutions, providing these
parts are not ground or polished.