PUMP DRIVE AND PTO - Continued
Press the bearing caps (9) from the yoke
using the following procedures.
Position the slip joint yoke (1) between a
large socket and a small socket, and
between the vise jaws as shown.
(10) Close the vise. As the vise is closed, the
small socket will force the bearing cap (9)
into the cross (7) and in turn, the cross will
force the opposite bearing cap into the large
(11) The cross (7) travel is not enough to allow
bearing cap (9) to be completely removed.
Grasp the protruding bearing cap (9) in a
vise. Strike yoke as shown using a soft
faced hammer to completely remove bearing
(12) Remove opposite bearing cap similar to
steps 9 thru 11 preceding.
(13) Carefully maneuver the cross (7) from
between the yoke lugs.
(14) Remove the universal joint from between the
tight end yoke (2) and the flanged yoke (11)
following steps 8 thru 13 preceding. This
procedure will have to be carried out twice
for complete removal.
(15) Visually inspect exposed universal joint cross
(7) journals and needle bearings in bearing
caps (9). Look for defects caused by lack of
corrosion, pitting, unusual wear or missing
needle bearings is evident, the complete
universal joint kit must be replaced. If no
damage is evident, continue inspecting.
Stoddards solvent) is potentially dangerous.
Avoid repeated and prolonged breathing of vapors
and skin contact with the liquid. Do not use near
open flame, arcing equipment or other ignition
sources. Always wear eye protection and
protective clothing. The flash point of P-D-680 is
100 to 138 deg. F (30 to 59 deg. C).