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REMOVAL (cont) - TM-5-4210-220-12_622
TM 5-4210-220-12 4-26.  DRIVE LINES, POWER TRAIN - Continued REMOVAL NOTE Disconnect  rear  drive  shafts  and  differential  end  of  front  drive  shaft  with  the  universal  joint crosses attached to shaft.  Disconnect front drive shaft with U-joint cross to rear drive shaft remaining attached to rear shaft. a. Drive Shaft Removal. (1) If  the  drive  shaft  universal  joint  locking  screws  and  straps  are  corroded,  apply  penetrating  oil  (item  20, Appendix E) to ease disassembly. (2) Mark all yokes and slip joints before removal.  This will ensure alinement of components during installation. (3) Using a hammer and chisel bend down the ears on the two lockstraps (2) attached to the yoke opposite the drive shaft to be removed (e g (7) in illustration). (4) Remove capscrews (1) and lockstraps (2). CAUTION Do     not     use     jack     method     to disassemble U-joint between front and  rear  drive  as  this  may  cause damage    to    the    center    bearing. Unless special puller (Kent Moore J36138)   is   available,   disconnect front    and    rear    drive    shafts    at differentials    and    detach    center bearing from frame.  Disassemble drive shafts on floor where shafts, yokes,  and  center  bearing  can  be supported. (5) Turn  the  yoke  until  the  bearing  plates  (3) are  vertically  alined.    If  necessary,  raise the  front  or  rear  axle  as  detailed  in  para. 4-9. (6) Using  a  floor  jack  and  a  block  of  wood, jack the wooden block up until it contacts the drive shaft end yoke (4) as shown. (7) Continue   to   jack   the   block   up   until   it forces  the  upper  bearing  plate  (3)  out  of the yoke. (8) Once  the  upper  bearing  plate  has  been removed,   lower   the   jack   and   rotate   the shaft   a   half   turn.      Remove   the   second bearing plate similar to steps 5, 6, and 7. 4-503

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