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Fig.  9 Staking Pinion Straddle Bearing
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TRUCK SERVICE MANUAL TM 5-4210-230-14&P-1 12. Wash  spacer  clean  of  emery  cuttings  before  installing on pinion. Fig.  12   Measuring Spacer Thickness 13. After    pinion    bearing    preload    is    established    good practice would be to check bearing roller ends to see whether they   are   in   contact   with   bearing   cone   face.      Use   a   feeler gauge ribbon.  There must be no clearance at ends of rollers (Fig.  11). Check   pinion   end   nut   for   correct   torque   and   install cotter pin. Pinion Nominal Dimension To   establish   pinion   nominal   dimension   which   is   the distance from the face or finished end of the installed pinion to the   centerline   of   the   ring   gear   or   cross   shaft,   proceed   as follows. Fig.  13   Locating Step Plate Clamp 14. Install pinion, cage and bearing assembly in differential carrier.      Obtain   step   plate   clamp   assembly   from   SE-1065 Pinion  Setting  Gauge  set  and  attach  it  to  differential  carrier flange,  locating  step  plate  clamp  screw  over  center  of  pinion (Fig.  13). 15. Install step plate under clamp screw and tighten screw to hold step plate securely in position (Fig.  14). Fig.  14  Installing Step Plate 16. The  step  plate  is  necessary  to  project  the  face  of  the pinion where it can be measured by the gauge which is on the centerline of the drive gear. Be certain lugs on step plate straddle the bearing staking indentations on end of pinion. 17. Mount  assembled  SE-1065  gauge  in  bearing  bores  of carrier  (Fig.    15).    See  "SPECIFICATIONS"  for  correct  disc size. Fig.  15  Assembled Gauge in Position 18. Make  certain  that  bearing  bores  are  clean  and  free  of nicks and burrs.  Adjust micrometer so it is directly over end at a 90 degree angle to step plate. CTS-2658S  Page 8 PRINTED IN UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

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