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TM 5-4210-220-34 2-12. PUMP DRIVE AND PTO - Continued 2-12.3 Reducer Gear to Pump Drive Shaft. This task covers Repair TOOLS MATERIALS/PARTS Shop Equipment, Automotive 10, Appendix B Dry Cleaning Solvent Maintenance and Repair, 16, Appendix B Grease NSN 4910-00-754-0705 EQUIPMENT CONDITION Reducer Gear to Pump Drive Shaft Removed (see TM 5-4210-220-12) REPAIR NOTE Reducer gear to pump drive shaft repair is limited to replacement of universal joints. If drive shaft slip joint or tight end are damaged in any way, replace the complete drive shaft assembly including the universal joints. (1) Mark slip joint (1) position before separating to ensure     alinement     of     components     during assembly. (2) Unscrew  dust  cap  (3)  from  slip  joint  (1)  and separate slip joint (1) from tight end (2). (3) Remove the cork washer (5), steel washer (4), and dust cap (3) from the tight end (2). (4) Wipe  excess  grease  from  tight  end  (2),  and slip  joint  (1),  and  inspect  splines  for  damage such   as   wear,   pitting,   rolling,   peening   and fatigue cracks. (5) Evidence  of  damage  of  any  kind  is  cause  for rejection.        Replace    complete    drive    shaft assembly.    If  no  damage  is  found,  continue with step 6. (6) Remove grease fittings (6) from cross (7). (7) Remove two snap rings (8) from tight end (1). NOTE Universal joint removal procedure will be similar for both the slip joint yoke (1) or the tight end yoke (2) except the tight end yoke also has a flanged yoke.  This means that for tight end universal joint removal the following procedure will be carried out twice. 2-82

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