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REAR AXLE ASSEMBLY REPLACEMENT
TM5-4210-229-14&P SECTION XXVIII.  MAINTENANCE OF REAR AXLE ASSEMBLY Para. Para. Differential Side Gear and Pinion Rear Axle Assembly Replacement 4-197 Replacement  ................................................. 4-196 Rear Wheel Bearing Replacement  .............  4-195 General  ...............................................................  4-193 Hub and Drum Assembly Replacement  ...............  4-198 4-193.  GENERAL This section contains information on the maintenance of the rear axle assembly that are maintainable at the Organizational level. 4-194.  REAR AXLE ASSEMBLY REPLACEMENT. This task covers: a.  Removal b. Installation INITIAL SET-UP Tools General Mechanics Tool Kit Jack Hoist Materials/Parts Rear Axle Assembly (RA-42) Gear Oil (Appendix D, Item 36) Equipment Condition Para. Condition Description 4-152 Propellor Shaft Removed 4-162 Tire Rim Assembly Removed 4-171  Air Brake Lines Removed 4-173 Air System Bled 4-198  Hub and Drum Assembly Removed General Safety Instructions Engine OFF. Transmission in (N) neutral. Parking brake set. REMOVAL a. Drain lubricant from axle housing (1). When  lifting  an  object,  make  sure  the  hoist  and  sling are  fastened  securely.  Be  sure  the  item  being  lifted does not exceed the capacity of the lifting device. b. Support the axle with a suitable lifting device. 4-210

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