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DESCRIPTION - TM-5-4210-230-14P-1_198
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CLEANING, INSPECTION AND REPAIR - TM-5-4210-230-14P-1_200
TRUCK SERVICE MANUAL TM 5-4210-230-14&P-1 9. Remove  self-locking  nuts  from  differential  case  bolts and separate the case halves. 10. Remove   differential   spider,   spider   gears,   side   gears and thrust washers from differential case halves. 11. If   necessary   to   remove   drive   gear,   carefully   center punch each rivet head on drive gear side and drill through the rivet head with a drill .79 mm (1/32") smaller than rivet body (Fig.  3).  Use a punch to press out remaining portion of rivet. Never  use  chisel  to  cut  off  rivet  heads  or  damage  to  case might result. Fig.  3  Drive Gear Rivet Removal 12. Take   out   pinion   cage   bolts   which   hold   the   cage   to differential carrier. 13. Obtain  a  brass  drift  and  hammer  and  strike  against rear face of pinion shaft (Fig.  4) to start pinion and cage out of carrier. Fig.  4  Loosening Pinion and Cage from Carrier 14. Remove the pinion and cage assembly from the carrier (Fig,   5).      Because   of   the   weight   of   the   pinion   and   cage assembly   make   sure   that   parts   are   secured   safely   while removing.    Pinion  and  cage  might  be  damaged  if  allowed  to fall. Fig.  5  Removing Pinion and Cage Assembly Fig.  6  Removing Pinion End Nut 15. Mount the pinion and cage assembly in a heavy duty vise and remove the pinion end nut as shown in Fig.  6. CTS-2658  Page 4 PRINTED IN UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

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