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Fig.  8  Tapered Dowels
TRUCK SERVICE MANUAL Fig.  5  Trunnion Cap Retaining Nuts 6. Remove  lower  trunnion  cap  and  shim  pack  (Fig.    6). Retain and mark shim pack for reassembly. Fig.  6   Trunnion Cap and Shim Pack The lower trunnion bearing will lay loose on bottom of trunnion housing when lower trunnion cap is removed. Remove   lower   trunnion   bearing   by   pulling   trunnion housing  away  from  axle  housing  to  provide  access  to bearing as shown in Figure 7. Fig.  7  Removing Trunnion Housing 7. Remove  trunnion  housing  from  axle  housing  by  tilting bottom   of   trunnion   housing   out   and   pulling   housing upward (Fig.  7). The  upper  trunnion  housing  bearing  will  lay  loose  on upper bearing race of axle housing end when trunnion housing is removed.  Remove upper trunnion bearing. 8. Place   trunnion   housing   on   workbench   and   remove upper trunnion cap retaining nuts (previously loosened), lockwashers, trunnion cap and shim pack. On   trunnion   housings   equipped   with   steering   arms, remove  steering  arm  retaining  nuts  exposing  tapered dowels  shown  in  Figure  8.    Tapered  dowels  will  be used with steering arms only. 9. To remove tapered dowels, work the steering arm back and  forth  until  enough  of  the  dowels  are  exposed  to allow   dowels   to   be   gripped   with   a   pliers   or   other suitable tool. 10. With tapered dowels removed, pull steering arm off of mounting studs and upper trunnion pin (Fig.  9). Remove   upper   trunnion   cap   shim   pack.   Retain   and mark shim pack for reassembly. CTS-2658S  Page 14 PRINTED IN UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

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