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DISASSEMBLY - TM-5-4210-230-14P-1_248
TRUCK SERVICE MANUAL TM 5-4210-230-14&P-1 4. Disconnect   propeller   shaft   at   rear   axle   companion flange. 5. Support differential on portable floor jack and take off U-bolts. 6. Roll out axle from under truck. Axle Shaft The axle shafts can be removed without taking off the wheels. To remove the shafts, first remove the axle shaft nuts from the studs in the wheel hub.  Next install puller screws in the two tapped   holes   provided   in   the   axle   shaft   flange.      As   puller screws are turned in, flange of shaft will be forced away from wheel hub and out from axle housing. Another  type  of  axle  shaft  removal  procedure  is  required  on full-floating axles where the tapered dowel is used in addition to  the  studs  and  nuts  for  securing  axle  shaft  flange  to  wheel hub.  This procedure will be similar to the following: 1. Remove flange nuts from studs of wheel hub. 2. Using a heavy hammer, strike sharply on the center of the flange of the axle shaft, Fig. 6, This will unseat and loosen the tapered dowels in each stud hole. Fig.  6  Loosening Dowels in Axle Shaft 3.  Remove the tapered dowels, Fig.  7. NOTE: When  dowels  are  installed,  there  must  be  a slight  clearance  between  the  lockwasher  and axle  shaft  driving  flange.    See  inset,  Fig.    7. Lack   of   clearance   at   this   point   will   cause excessive wear on studs, dowels or holes. Fig.  7  Details of Taper Dowels 4.     After all dowels have been removed, push the axle shaft flange back into position against the wheel hub and again strike a sharp blow in the center of the flange as shown in Fig.  6.  This will cause the axle shaft to spring away from the wheel hub and allow removal of the axle shaft without resorting  to  the  use  of  a  pry  bar  or  screwdriver.    Any prying   between   axle   shaft   flange   and   wheel   hub   may damage  the  seal  assembly  or  machined  surfaces  of  the wheel hub or axle shaft flange. Fig.  8  Puller Screw Installation (Locknut is used if puller screw is to be kept with axle at all times.) Differential To remove the differential on some axles, it may be necessary to  use  the  two  extra  tapped  holes  found  in  the  differential housing.    These  are  for  installing  puller  screws,  Fig.    8.    To CTS-2095S-CHAPTER I-Page 5 PRINTED IN UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

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