PUMP DRIVE AND PTO - Continued
Reducer Gear to Pump Drive Shaft.
This task covers
Shop Equipment, Automotive
10, Appendix B Dry Cleaning Solvent
Maintenance and Repair,
16, Appendix B Grease
Reducer Gear to Pump Drive Shaft Removed (see
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.
Mark slip joint (1) position before separating to
ensure alinement of components during
Unscrew dust cap (3) from slip joint (1) and
separate slip joint (1) from tight end (2).
Remove the cork washer (5), steel washer (4),
and dust cap (3) from the tight end (2).
Wipe excess grease from tight end (2), and
slip joint (1), and inspect splines for damage
such as wear, pitting, rolling, peening and
Evidence of damage of any kind is cause for
rejection. Replace complete drive shaft
assembly. If no damage is found, continue
with step 6.
Remove grease fittings (6) from cross (7).
Remove two snap rings (8) from tight end (1).
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.