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TM5-4210-229-14&P 6-15. TRANSMISSION REPAIR (Continued). e.     Forward clutch and turbine shaft repair. (1)   Disassembly. (a)   Remove  sealrings  (195)  from  the  housing and shaft assembly (196). (b)   The PTO gear is removed by compressing the  snapring,  located  within  the  gear,  and sliding    the    gear    from    the    housing.    To compress   the   snapring   (197),   insert   ten pieces  of  steel  shim  stock,  3/32x3x0.020 inch    thick    (2.38x76.2x0.508    mm    thick) between  the  snapring  (197)  and  the  PTO gear  (198).  To  accomplish  this,  locate  the snapring gap, and at the cutout nearest the gap, press  the  snapring  into  the  groove  in  the housing.    Slip    a    piece    of    shim    stock between the snapring and the inner ends of the  splines  of  the  PTO  gear.  Repeat  the operation at the other side of the snapring gap. (c)   Then,   working   at   each   opening   (missing spline) to compress the snapring, insert the remaining pieces of shim stock at approximately 3 inch (7.22 mm) increments.     Slide     the     gear     from     the housing. Remove the snapring (197). If the gear does not slip easily, check for a break in  the  light  that  can  be  seen  between  the gear   and   housing;   work   to   depress   the snapring in that area. 6-66

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