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SPECIFICATIONS - TM-5-4210-230-14P-1_215
TM 5-4210-230-14&P-1 TRUCK SERVICE MANUAL 4. Check trunnion bearing adjustment by placing a torque wrench  on  trunnion  cap  or  steering  arm  retaining  nut and  swinging  trunnion  housing.    Torque  should  be  11 to  20  Newton  Meters  (8  to  15  ft.lbs.).    To  increase torque, remove shims, to decrease torque, add shims. See Fig.  20. 5. Install gasket, flange, steering ball felt, seal with spring, split  retainer  ring  and'  retaining  ring  halves  on  rear  of trunnion  housing.    See  Fig.    21  for  correct  order  or component installation. Fig.  21   Trunnion Housing Seals and Retainers Install retaining half (halves) lockwashers and mounting  bolts.    Torque  mounting  bolts  ,6  14  to  20 Newton Meters (10 to 15 ft lbs.). 6. Install  axle  shaft  and  universal  joint  assembly  in  axle housing  indexing  splined  end  of  axle  shaft  with  side gear of center unit (Fig.  22). When installing axle shaft and universal joint assembly care should be taken not to damage axle shaft oil seal. 7. Slide   spindle   over   universal   joint   shaft   and   on   to trunnion housing studs. 8. Fill axle housing end with lubricant through grease zerk located    behind    trunnion    housing    on    top    center    of exposed portion of steering ball. 9. Axle end assembly is now complete. Spindle is retained to trunnion housing by brake group retaining nuts upon brake group reassembly. Fig.  22  Axle Shaft and Universal Joint Assembly CTS-2658S  Page 19 PRINTED IN UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

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