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AXLE END DISASSEMBLY
TM 5-4210-230-14&P-1 TRUCK SERVICE MANUAL twelve teeth is sufficient for checking purposes 44. With    adjustments    properly    made,    a    correct    tooth contact similar to that shown in Fig.  20, will be secured.  The area  of  contact  starts  near  the  toe  of  the  gear  and  extends about  62  1/2  per  cent  of  the  tooth  length.    This  adjustment results in a quiet running gear and pinion set which, because the  load  is  distributed  over  the  teeth  within  the  proper  area, will deliver all the long service built into it. 45. When  checking  paint  impressions  on  gear  teeth  of  an axle  under  heavy  load,  the  impressions  usually  spread  out somewhat  longer  than  the  patterns  obtained  from  a  bench test.  This  can  be  considered  as  normal.    Ring  gears  when mounted should show a bearing toward the toe or small end of  the  tooth,  but  never  at  the  heel  or  large  end.    The  reason being that it is practically impossible to make gears and gear mounting so rigid that no deflection will occur when full torque is applied.  This deflection causes the bearing to approach the heel   of   the   tooth.      When   gears   are   adjusted   so   that   the bearing   is   toward   the   heel   of   the   tooth,   it   results   in   a concentration   of   load   on   the   top   corner   of   the   heel   and breakage will follow. INSTALLATION Differential Carrier 46. Using chain sling and overhead hoist, move differential carrier assembly from rebuild stand to roller type floor jack. 47. Place    a    new    carrier    to    housing    gasket    (19)    on differential carrier (20) and roll carrier into position on the axle housing. Install the housing bolts and lockwashers and tighten to specified torque (See "TORQUE CHART"). Fig.  20  Tooth Contact Impressions CTS-2658S  Page 11 TM 5-4210-228-14&P-5

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