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INSTALLATION - TM-5-4210-229-14P_413
TM5-4210-229-14&P 6-9.  CAMSHAFT AND GEAR MAINTENANCE (Continued). (2) Camshaft. (a) Take reading across A-C and across B-D. (b) Subtract B-D from A-C.  This will give the cam lobe lift.  Cam lobe lift shall be 0.2935 inch (7.455 mm). (c) Replace camshaft when cam lobe wear limit of 0.020 inch (0.51 mm) has been reached for any lobe. e.  Visually inspect thrust plate for wear, cracks and distortion.  Then, check for specified shaft end clearance of 0.005 to 0.013 inch (0.13 to 0.33 mm).  Replace thrust plate if clearance is excessive or if plate is worn or damaged. f.  Inspect camshaft drive gear for worn or damaged teeth.  If the bore of the gear is widened by repeating pressing so a tight fit is no longer possible, replace the gear with a new one. g.  Inspect bushings for wear.  If worn, remove them and replace with new bushings. (1) Remove the flywheel and flywheel housing (paragraph 6-13). (2) Using a Camshaft Bearing Service Set, with back-up nut and expanding collet, pull the bushings out of the crankcase. (a) Remove the front and rear bearings first. (b) Pull the two intermediate bearings out the front of the crankcase. (c) When bushings are removed, inspect bushing bores in crankcase for burrs or other roughness liable to damage bush- ings when installed. INSTALLATION CAUTION The bushing oil holes (1) and crankcase oil holes (2) must line up. 6-19

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