TM 5-4210-224-14 & P
4-233. WHEEL HUB/ROTOR REPLACEMENT. (Continued)
d. Put a small quantity of grease inboard of each wheel
bearing cup, inside the rotor/hub (8).
Do not damage the hub/rotor
during the race installations.
a. Install races (4 and 9) into the rotor/hub (8).
Use the driver handle and bearing race installer
(outer) for installation of the outer bearing outer
race (6). Use the driver handle and bearing
race installer (inner) for installation of the inner
bearing inner race (9).
Specification P-D-680, is both toxic
and flammable. Keep off skin.
Use only in a well-ventilated area
and avoid prolonged breathing of
vapors. Keep away from open
b. Clean the grease from the rotor/ hub (8), spindle
(12), and wheel bearings (5 and 10) using
cleaning solvent (Appendix D, Item 44) and a
e. Fill the wheel bearing (cone and roller assemblies)
small brush with no loose bristles.
full of grease (Appendix D, Item 15)
Do not spin the wheel bearings
Failure to completely pack the
with compressed air to dry them as
wheel bearings (cones, rollers and
the wheel bearings may be
cage) with grease will result in
Be certain to use an
premature wheel bearing damage
approved high temperature front
wheel bearing grease (Appendix D,
Use a cone-type grease packer
that forces grease into the bearing.
Do not mix greases as mixing may
If a cone-type grease packer is not
change the grease's properties
available, pack the bearings by
resulting in poor performance.
If packing the wheel
bearings by hand, work the grease
c. Apply a thin film of grease (Appendix D, Item 15) to
into the bearings between the
the spindle (12) at the outer wheel bearing seat and at
rollers, cones and the cage.
the inner wheel bearing seat and at the shoulder and
f. Install the inner wheel bearing (10) into the