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INSTALLATION - TM-5-4210-230-14P-1_206
TM 5-4210-230-14&P-1 TRUCK SERVICE MANUAL checking backlash, the amount measured is in excess of the amount shown on the ring gear, the lash may be reduced only in the amount that will avoid overlap of the worn tooth section (Fig, 17).  A slight overlap at the worn section will cause gear operation to be noisy and rough. Fig.   17   Correct  and  Incorrect  Lash  Adjustment  where  worn Gears are Reinstalled Differential Bearing Preload 35. To set the bearing preload, mount dial indicator at side of ring gear (Fig.  18). With the bearing capscrews loosened to   permit   bearing   movement,   loosen   adjusting   nuts   only enough to notice end play on indicator. 36. While gear is held in .000" end play and before loading bearings,  check  gear  for  runout  by  revolving  ring  gear.    If runout exceeds 20 mm (.008"), remove differential and check for  cause.  37.    Tighten  both  adjusting  nuts  from  .000"  end play to preload the differential bearings (see "SPECIFICATIONS"). 38. Tighten    bearing    cap,    capscrews    or    stud    nuts    to specified torque (see "TORQUE CHART"). 39. Recheck gear lash to make certain that the lash setting has not been changed. Fig.  18  Adjusting Bearing Preload 40. Install adjusting rings locks and cotter pins. Gear Tooth Contact 41. Apply  oiled  red  lead  lightly  to  the  hypoid  gear  teeth (Fig.  19). Fig.    19    Painting  Gear  Teeth  for  Obtaining  Tooth  Contact Impressions 42. When  the  pinion  is  rotated,  the  red  lead  is  squeezed away by the contact of the teeth, leaving bare areas the exact size, shape and location of the contacts (Fig.  20). 43. Sharper  impressions  may  be  obtained  by  applying  a small  amount  of  resistance  to  the  gear  with  a  flat  steel  bar and   using   a   wrench   to   rotate   the   pinion.      When   making adjustments, check the drive side of the gear teeth. Coast side should   be   correct   when   drive   side   is   correct.      Generally, coating approximately CTS-2658S  Page 10 PRINTED IN UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

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