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FRONT AXLE REPLACEMENT
TM5-4210-229-14&P Section XXIX. MAINTENANCE OF FRONT AXLE ASSEMBLY Para. Para. Front Axle Replacement.......................................... 4-200 Front Axle Shaft Replacement.................................4-201 General ...................................................................4-199 4-199. GENERAL This section contains information on the maintenance of the front axle assembly that are maintainable at the Organizational level. 4-200. FRONT AXLE REPLACEMENT. This task covers: a. Removal b. Installation INITIAL SET-UP Tools General Mechanics Tool Kit Jack Jack Stands Materials/Parts Front Axle Assembly (FA-64) Solvent (Appendix D, Item 54) Gear Oil (Appendix D, Item 36) Equipment Condition Para. Condition Description 4-154 Front Propeller Shaft Removed 4-173 System Bled 4-169 Brakes Disconnected 4-176 Drag Link Disconnected 4-9 Lubricant Drained 4-162 Tire Rim Assembly Removed General Safety Instructions Engine OFF. Transmission in (N) neutral. Parking brake set. Battery selector switch OFF. REMOVAL A jack should never be used alone to support vehicle while  under-chassis  service  is  being  performed.    The jack   may   lower   and   serious   personal   injury   could result.  Always support vehicle with floor stands. a. Jack  up  truck  until  load  is  removed  from  the springs   and   place   jack   stand   under   frame   to safely secure truck weight off axle assembly. b. Support  axle  on  jack  stands  and  remove  four U-bolt  nuts  (1)  and  two  spring  U-bolts  (2)  from axle assembly (3). 4-216

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