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OIL SEAL INSTALLATION (OIL SEAL WITH AXLE RING)
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INITIAL LUBRICATION OF WHEEL BEARINGS
TRUCK SERVICE MANUAL TM 5-4210-230-14&P-1 WHEELS, RIMS, TIRES Fig.  7 Unitized Seal Installation 1. If   wheel   is   being   changed   to   a   unitized   seal   from another   type   of   seal,   remove   wear   sleeve   backing plates  or  axle  rings  as  they  are  no  longer  required. Note the order of parts at disassembly to assure proper reassembly. 2. Thoroughly  clean  all  parts  and  remove  all  burrs  from spindle and hub bore.  Inspect and replace all parts as warranted. 3. To install unitized seal in wheel, seat outer face of seal in  the  recess  of  tool  adapter  SE-2524  (Fig.    8).  Insert centering plug of tool in bore of inner bearing cone (Fig. 9).  Using  the  centering  plug  prevents  cocking  of  the seal  in  wheel  bore.  Bore-tite  coating  on  seal  fills  in minor imperfections in the wheel bore. Fig.  8 Fig.  9 4. Hold tool handle firmly and strike until sound of impact changes when seal is seated (Fig.  10). NOTE:  Seal must be reseated any time wheel is removed. A good check of proper seal installation is to move the synthetic sealing member with your fingers after installation in wheel  hub.    There  should  be  a  slight  in  and  out  movement possible. Fig.  10 MOUNTING WHEEL ON SPINDLE INSTRUCTIONS (With Oil Lubricated Bearings) 1. To   insure   good   starting   lubrication   fill   wheel   cavity between the bearings with lubricant. Front  Axle:    Fill  wheel  cavity  with  engine  oil  or  rear axle   lubricant   (see   LUBRICATION,   Section   CTS- 2412). Rear Axle:    Fill  with  same  gear  lubricant  as  used  in the axle differential. CTS-2032N  Page 5 PRINTED IN UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

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