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TM 5-4210-220-34 2-21. FRONT AXLE - Continued (1) For front axle, remove nut (45), washer (44) and yoke (43) from drive pinion; for rear axle, remove helical gear (46) as detailed in REPAIR procedure c.  following. (2) Remove capscrews (40) and lockwashers (39).  Remove bearing cage (38) Record number and sizes of shims (37). (3) Support bearing cage (38), and using a press and suitable arbor, press pinion (34) out of bearing cone (41). (4) Using a suitable tool, pry oil seal (42) free of bearing cage (38) and discard. (5) Remove bearing cone (41) from bearing cage. (6) Inspect bearings (33, 35, and 41) as detailed in para.  2-7.  If required, replace bearing cones and cups as detailed in steps 8 thru 12 following.  If bearings are reuseable, proceed to step 13. (7) Remove and retain spacer (36). (8) Remove bearing cone (35) and pilot bearing (33) from pinion (34) using a split- type puller. (9) Remove bearing cups (35 and 41) from bearing cage (38) using a suitable puller. (10)   Press new bearing cups (35 and 41) in cage (38). (11)   Check    space    (S)    using    a    feeler    gage. Bearing  cups  must  be  firmly  seated  with  a maximum clearance of 0.001 in.  (0.03 mm) between seat and race. (12)   Carry out preliminary pinion bearing preload adjustment  as  detailed  in  ADJUSTMENT procedure c. (13)   Press pilot bearing (33) on pinion (34) and stake it in place. (14)   Install bearing cone (35) on pinion (34) using a press.  Install spacer (28). (15)   Install bearing cage (28) on drive pinion (34). 2-295

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