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TRUCK SERVICE MANUAL TM 5-4210-230-14&P-1 4.   Tighten  bearing  cap  capscrews  or  stud  nuts  to specified torque. 5.   Recheck gear lash to make certain that the lash setting    has    not    been    changed    during    the preloading operation. 6.   Install adjusting nut locks. CHECK GEAR TOOTH CONTACT The     following     instructions     cover     the     paint impression  method  of  checking  tooth  contact  and  are especially for the benefit of those not equipped with an SE-1065  pinion  setting  gauge.    The  instructions  may also be used as a check on the adjustment obtained with the  gauge.    By  this  method  the  mechanic  temporarily bolts  up  the  pinion  and  cage  to  the  differential  carrier and coats the drive gear teeth with oiled red lead, as in Fig.    32.    When  the  pinion  is  rotated,  the  red  lead  is squeezed away by the contact of the teeth, leaving bare areas    the    exact    size,    shape,    and    location    of    the contacts.    If  these  contacts  are  not  acceptable,  shims must  be  added  to  or  taken  from  the  shim  pack  located between  the  pinion  cage  flange  and  differential  carrier housing.    In  this  manner,  a  satisfactory  adjustment  is accomplished.    Bear  in  mind  that  the  accuracy  of  the adjustment obtained with the paint impression method is dependent    upon    the    skill    and    experience    of    the mechanic.  It may be necessary to make several trials at the  right  selection  of  shims  to  obtain  the  correct  tooth contact. Fig.  32  Painting Gear Teeth for Obtaining Tooth Contact Impressions Sharper    tooth    contact    impressions    may    be obtained by applying a small amount of resistance to the gear  with  a  flat  steel  bar  and  using  a  wrench  to  rotate the pinion.  When making adjustments, check the drive side of the ring gear teeth.  Coast side contact should be automatically correct when drive side contact is correct. As  a  rule,  coating  about  twelve  teeth  is  sufficient  for checking purposes. Fig.  33  Location, Size and Shape of Correct Tooth Contacts With adjustments properly made, a correct tooth contact similar to that shown in Fig.  33 will be secured. The area of contact starts near the toe of the gear and extends about 62-1/2 percent of the tooth length.  This adjustment results in a quiet running gear and pinion CTS-2095S - Chapter I - Page 14 PRINTED IN UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

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