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OIL SEAL INSTALLATION (OIL SEAL WITH AXLE RING)
TRUCK SERVICE MANUAL TM 5-4210-230-14&P-1 WHEELS, RIMS, TIRES Fig.  4.  Medium Duty REAR WHEEL BEARINGS Full  Floating  axle  wheel  bearings  (Fig.    3  and  Fig.    4) are adjusted by an adjusting (inner) nut on end of axle. Install adjusting  nut  and  rotate  wheel  while  tightening  to  be  sure bearings are properly seated. NOTE:      68.0   N•m    (50    ft    lbs)    torque    on adjusting  nut  is  considered  sufficient  to  seat bearings. Back  off  adjusting  nut  1/4  turn  and  install  lockwasher and jam nut.  Tighten jam nut to 203 N•m (150 ft lbs) torque and  bend  over  lockwasher  tang  to  secure  nut.    Assemblies which  use  doweled  adjusting  nut  and  pierced  wheel  bearing nut lock require 271-407 N•m (200-300 ft lbs) torque on outer lock nut. OIL SEALS (OIL LUBRICATED WHEEL BEARINGS) Various  precautions  are  necessary  when  oil  seals  are installed  in  wheels  and  also  when  wheels  with  oil  seals  are installed on axles.  To insure satisfactory performance from oil seals,  the  following  information  has  been  prepared  to  guide and assist in proper installation. Due to the various types of front and rear axle hub seal installations, check axle ring and hub seal position at time of disassembly  to  assure  proper  reassembly  of  new  seal  and axle ring (wiper). OIL SEALS WITH AXLE RING (WIPER) Axle Ring (Wiper) Installation 1. Thoroughly    clean    all    parts:    axle    tube    or    spindle, bearings, nuts and inside of wheel hub. 2. Remove   burrs   from   axle   tube   or   spindle   shoulder. Shoulder must be smooth. 3. Apply a thin coat of Permatex No.  2 to inside perimeter of axle ring. 4. Place   axle   ring   on   axle   tube   or   spindle   using   an installing tool (Fig.  5). NOTE:  A suitable installing tool can be made locally  by  obtaining  a  piece  of  standard  8.9 cm (3-1/2") inside diameter tubing approximately 25.4 cm (10") long. Weld a used close fitting bearing cone or large washer to one end and similarly close opposite end with a plate. This will  enable  tool  to  pilot  squarely  onto  axle  tube  and  permit driving force to be centered over the complete ring.  The same type of tool can be used for both front and rear axles. The care with which the axle ring is installed cannot be over-emphasized. Damage to this ring will result in shortened seal life. 5. Tap   on   end   of   axle   tool   driving   axle   ring   firmly   on shoulder   until   axle   tool   contacts   shoulder.      Remove excess Permatex. 6. Check position of axle ring to make sure edge of ring is parallel with shoulder. CTS-2032N  Page 3 PRINTED IN UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

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