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TM 5-4210-220-12 4-32.  FRONT AXLE - Continued NOTE If  axle  shaft  assembly  is  removed  for  any  reason other  than  replacement,  it  should  be  thoroughly inspected before reuse. (5)    Check  shaft  splines  for  damage,  cracks,  or  wear. Check    shaft    journal    for    scoring    or    excessive grooving.      Check   that   yoke   trunnions   are   not excessively   loose   in   cage   rings.      Replace   axle shaft assembly if faulty or damaged. (6)    To  measure  exact  clearance  between  axle  yoke trunnions  and  cage  ring  holes,  the  axle  shaft  may be  disassembled  and  the  components  checked  as detailed in steps 7 thru 10 following. (7)  Punch mark trunnions and cage rings as shown.  To ensure    correct    operation    of    axle    shaft,    the trunnions must be replaced in the original cage ring holes. (8)    Measure  yoke  trunnions  and  cage  ring  holes  as shown.    If  the  clearance  between  corresponding ring  holes  and  yoke  trunnions  exceeds  0.050  in. (1.25 mm) replace axle shaft assembly. (9)      If   axle   shaft   assembly   is   reuseable,   lubricate journals  with  grease  (item  16,  Appendix  E)  and reassemble components in exactly same positions as before disassembly. (10)    Rotate  the  shaft  and  be  sure  the  trunnions  move freely  during  a  full  revolution  with  the  axle  shafts forming an angle of 30 deg. (11)  Be sure ball socket (4) is in straight ahead position and grease axle shaft bushing.  Pack inner walls of axle ball with 3/4 in. (75 mm)! layer of grease (Item 16, Appendix E). (12)    Inspect  axle  shaft  (5)  and  remove  any  nicks  and burrs to prevent damaging oil seal inside axle ball when installing shaft assembly in housing. (13)  Carefully install axle shaft assembly.  Be sure cage rings  are  completely  coated  with  grease  when  the shaft is inserted in housing. (14)   Install   brake   spider   (3)   and   spindle   (2)   using capscrews (1).  Tighten capscrews to 220 ft lb (300 Nm). 4-601

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