c. Install eight capscrews (25) and washers
c. Install bevel gear (12) on housing (4)
(26). Torque capscrews to 85-115 ft-lbs
immediately. If bevel gear does not fit
easily on housing, repeat step a.
6. INSTALL YOKE (27).
d. Align holes in bevel gear (12) with those in
e. Install twelve nuts (17), washers (16) and
capscrews (11). Insure screw heads are
Do not install tight fitting yoke (27)
on gear side of assembly and heads are
with a hammer or mallet. Otherwise
damage to the yoke could result.
f. Torque nuts (17) to 180-230 ft-lbs (239-
a. Install deflector (28), yoke (27), washer
(15) and nut (14). Yoke (27) must be
against outer bearing (20).
a. Using press and sleeve install bearings (3)
on housing (4) and case (7).
If yoke fit is tight, use three piece
yoke installation tool.
9. ASSEMBLY HOUSING (4) AND CASE (7).
7. ASSEMBLE BEVEL GEAR (12) TO HOUSING
a. Apply lubricant MIL-L-2105 to inside
surfaces of housing (4) and case (7), lugs
(8), spider (10), thrust washers (38) and
gears (9) and (39).
Wear protective clothing and gloves
b. Place housing (4) on bench with bevel
to protect you from hot bevel gear
gear (12) up.
Side gears (9) on some models have
Do not press cold bevel gear (12) to
hubs of differing lengths.
housing (4). A cold bevel gear will
damage the housing due to tight fit.
c. Install one lug (8) and insert length side
Metal particles trapped between the
gear (9) in housing (4).
parts will cause excessive gear
d. Install spider (10) with four pinion gears
(39) and thrust washers (38) into housing
a. Place bevel gear (12) in tank of hot water
(160 to 180F <71 to 81C>) for fifteen
e. Install second side gear (9) and lug (9)
over spider (10).
b. Safely lift bevel gear (12) from water using
f. Install case (7) over housing (4) and
gears. Rotate case as needed to align