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TM5-4210-229-14&P 6-15. TRANSMISSION REPAIR (Continued). (t)    Flatten  the  corners  of  lockstrips  (69)  and remove eight bolts (70) and four lockstrips from converter pump hub (67). (u)   Remove   hub   (67)   and   gasket   (71)   from pump (54). Remove sealring (72). (3)   Stator repair. NOTE Do not disassemble the stator assembly (60) unless replacement of stator thrust washer (73), rivets (74) or washer (75) is necessary.  If  stator  (76)  or  cam  (77)  is cracked or damaged, replace the complete stator assembly (60). A   hydraulic   press   having   a   minimum capacity    of    five    tons,    an    adjustable table, and a pressure gouge to assist in determining rivet staking load is required  to  repair  the  stator  assembly (60). (a)   Place  the  stator  assembly  (60)  in   a   drill press, formed rivet side up. (b)   Using  a  3/8  inch  drill,  align  and  drill  the rivet, removing the formed head. (c)   Place base plate under the stator assembly.  Be  sure  the  holes  in  the  base plate  are  under  the  rivet  heads.  Place  top plate on top of the stator assembly (60). (d)   Install the 5/8-11x3.25 inch bolt to hold the two  plates  together.  Torque  the  bolt  to  60 ft-lb (81 N.m). (e)   Place  fixture  stand  on  a  hydraulic  press. Install   rivet   remover   pin   into   the   fixture head.    Tighten    the    tool    retainer    thumb screw. (f)    Place  the  stator  assembly  (60)  with  base and   top   plates,   onto   the   fixture   stand, drilled rivet side up. (g)   Align the rivet remover pin with the drilled rivet   and   press   the   rivet   (74)   from   the stator   assembly   (60).   Repeat   the   above process for each rivet (74). (h)   Remove  the  retaining  bolt  and  top  plate. Separate   thrust   washer   (73),   side   plate washer  (75),  two  cam  washers  (78),  and cam (77) from stator (76). (i)    Inspect the stator and cam for cracks, rivet holes    or    burrs    or    swelling.    Deburr    as required.   If   cam   or   stator   is   cracked   or distorted, replace the stator assembly (60). (j)    Clean   the   stator   assembly   components. Assemble cam (77) and stator (76) with the roller  pocket.  Install  cam  washer  (78)  one on each side of the stator. Install side plate washer (75) and thrust washer (73). (k)   Align the six rivet holes and insert six new 1/4x1.94   inch   rivets   (74)   into   the   stator assembly  from  the  rear  to  the  front  of  the stator. (l)    Pace   the   stator   assembly   (60)   on   base plate.  Be  sure  the  rivet  heads  rest  on  the base     plate,     between     clearance     holes. Install  top  plate  and  the  5/8-11x3.25  inch retaining  bolt.  Strike  the  top  plate  with  a rubber  mallet  to  seat  components.  Torque retainer bolt to 60 ft-lb (81 N.m). 6-51

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