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ESTABLISH NOMINAL DIMENSION
TRUCK SERVICE MANUAL TM 5-4210-230-14&P-1 must be seated against the face of the bearing cone as shown in Fig.  21.  After the pinion bearing load is established, good practice  would  be  to  check  the  ends  of  the  bearing  rollers  to see  whether  they  are  in  contact  with  the  face  of  the  bearing cone.      Use   a   feeler   gauge   ribbon.      There   must   be   no clearance at the ends of the rollers. Fig.  20  Wrench Torque Chart and Diagram Fig.  21  Roller Bearing When Correct Adjustment is Obtained. (The rollers of the bearing must bear against the face of the cone as shown.  Rotation of the bearing during adjustment is necessary to obtain this condition.) To  measure  the  preload,  wrap  a  strong  cord  or  soft wire about the pinion cage and attach end to the spring scale as in Fig.  22.  Read scale only while pinion cage is turning. Compare this scale reading or pinion bearing preload with the figure found in the rear axle specifications. Fig.  22  Measuring Pinion Bearing Preload When    preload    reading    does    not    agree    with    the specifications, the bearing load may be increased by installing a   thinner   spacer   or   decreased   by   using   a   thicker   spacer. Determine spacer thickness with a micrometer, Fig.  23, and make a new selection accordingly.  Closer adjustment can be made by working spacer to the desired thickness using emery cloth on a flat surface.  Wash spacer clean of emery cuttings before installing on pinion Fig.  23  Measuring Spacer Thickness CTS-2095S-CHAPTER I-Page 10 PRINTED IN UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

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