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REPAIR (cont) - TM-5-4210-220-12_614
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Front Axle to Center Bearing Drive Shaft Yoke
TM 5-4210-220-12 4-25 STEERING SYSTEM - Continued. 4-25.7 Miter Box This task covers a. Replacement TOOLS Tool Kit, General Mechanic, Automotive, NSN 5180-00-177-7033 EQUIPMENT CONDITION Main Engine Shutdown (see para. 2-10) APU Engine Shutdown (see para. 2-12) Battery Switch OFF MATERIALS/PARTS 7524553 Miter Box MS51922-17 Locknut NOTE The miter box cannot be repaired.  Replace if damaged. REPLACEMENT (1) Remove steering shaft cover. (2) Remove  screws  and  nuts  (1  and  2)  and pull   steering   shaft   yokes   (3   and   4)   off miter box shafts. (3) From     underneath     the     truck,     remove screws    (5)    and    washers    (6)    attaching miter box (7) to cab.  Remove miter box. (4) Inspect    new    miter    box.        Check    that backlash  in  gears  are  barely  noticeable when attempting to turn shafts counter to each other. (5) Install   miter   box   using   screws   (5)   and washers (6).  Tighten screws securely. (6) Be  sure  steering  shafts  are  phased  as  shown  and  slide  yokes  (3)  and  (4)  onto  miter  box  shaft  splines. Secure using screws, washers and nuts (1, 8, and 2). (7) Check that steering wheel is centered when the front wheels are positioned straight ahead and pitman arm is square to steering gear axis. (8) Change position of yoke on steering gear shaft, if necessary, to accurately center steering wheel. (9) Tighten nuts (2) to 40 ft lb (55 Nm). 4-496/(4-497 Blank)

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