FlNAL DRIVE AND TRANSFER CASE
recommended torque value, using an alternate
h. Back off the locknut while the wheel hub
turns freely with no end play. Torque on
mended torque is 165 ft.-lbs. (22.86 kg-m).
locknut at this point should be less than 20
ft.-lbs. (2.76 kg-m).
d. Repeat the sequence, and tighten to 75%
of the recommended torque value.
i. Retorque to 25 ft.-lbs. (3.46 kg-m) and
lock in place at first alignment position which
NOTE: Observe that the heel of a properly
occurs at or above 25 ft.-lbs. (3.46 kg-m). Bend
installed wedge clamp does not nec-
over tab on the lockwasher.
essarily contact the hub. This is normal
and no attempt should be made to
8-43. AXLE SHAFT INSTALLATION.
cause this part of the clamp to contact
a. Install new o-ring into the face of the
e . Lower the frame. Fill differential to
specification and capacity. See HYSTER-CARE
CAUTION: Do not damage the o-ring when
removing or Installing axle shaft.
b. Install the axle shaft and Install the
f. Place unit in operation and recheck torque
after 8 hours of operation. If torque is less
Torque nuts to 30 ft.-lbs. (4.15 kg-m).
than recommended value, retighten to proper
8-44. RIM INSTALLATION.
8-45. CHECKING GEAR TEETH CONTACT
NOTE: Make sure that all parts, Including
rims, spacers, wheel studs, wedge
clamps and 28° mounting bevel on hub
8-46. Correct contact pattern can be determined
are free from damage, burrs, dirt and
a s follows after white lead was applied
sparingly to the gear teeth.
a. Place rims and spacers on the hub.
b. Secure the wedge clamps evenly in
To correct, move gear toward pinion. Then
c. Place the wheel in position and tighten
move pinion away from gear to again obtain
wheel lug bolts or nuts to 50% of the