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Remove Pinion and Cage from Differential Housing
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CLEANING - TM-5-4210-230-14P-1_251
TRUCK SERVICE MANUAL TM 5-4210-230-14&P-1 3. Retain    shim    pack    as    an    aid    to    adjustment    on reassembly.  Do not damage shims. 4. If difficulty is encountered in lifting the cage from the carrier, place a brass drift on the inner end of pinion and tap pinion and cage out of differential housing. NOTE Do not allow pinion and cage assembly to fall or damage may result. When tapped holes for puller screws are provided, removal of the pinion and cage is as follows: 1. Hold   the   companion   flange   or   yoke   and   remove pinion shaft nut and washer. 2. Remove flange with a suitable puller. 3. Remove pinion cage stud nuts or capscrews. 4. Remove bearing cover and oil seal assembly. 5. Insert  puller  screws  in  the  cage  flange  and  remove pinion and cage assembly. NOTE Using a drift to drive on inner end of pinion of this  type  axle  will  damage  the  bearing  lock ring groove. 6. Retain    shim    pack    as    an    aid    to    adjustment    on reassembly. Disassemble Pinion and Cage Assembly 1. If  the  companion  flange  or  yoke  has  not  previously been   removed   from   pinion,   mount   the   pinion   and cage assembly in a vise.  Remove the cotter pin and take off pinion and nut as shown in Fig. 17. Fig.  17  Pinion and Cage Disassembly 2. Tap or drive the pinion assembly from flange and out of cage using a soft hammer. 3. Remove outer bearing from cage. 4. Remove  spacer  or  spacer  combination  from  pinion shaft, Fig. 18. 5. If it is necessary to remove the rear thrust bearing on the  radial  bearing,  Fig.  18,  remove  these  bearings with a suitable puller Fig.  18  Removing Pinion Bearing Spacer 6. Remove  cork  seal  from  pinion  cage,  Fig.  19.    (This seal should be replaced at every disassembly.) If the pinion  cage  assembly  is  the  type  which  is  removed from  the  carrier  by  means  of  puller  screws,  remove the oil seal from bearing cover. Fig.  19  Removing Pinion Cage Seal CTS-2095S-CHAPTER I-Page 8 PRINTED IN UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

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