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IMPORTANT PRECAUTION
TRUCK SERVICE MANUAL TM 5-4210-230-14&P-1 the  inside  wheel  is  driven  at  ring  gear  speed  while  the outside  wheel  is  driven  by  the  ground  faster  than  ring gear    speed.        When    the    rearward    turn    is    nearing completion and the vehicle is slowing down because of application of the brakes, the outside wheel is driven by the   ground   at   ring   gear   speed,   as   its   driven   clutch member is fully engaged and acts to "brake" against the engine torque.  The inside wheel is driven by the ground through  the  smaller  arc  of  travel,  and  since  its  driven clutch  member  is  disengaged,  it  will  rotate  slower  than ring gear speed. Fig.    42  shows  the  operation  of  the  differential when  a  right-hand  turn  in  a  rearward  direction  is  being negotiated. DIFFERENTIAL REMOVAL The  procedure  for  removing  the  differential  is the    same    as    used    for    a    conventional    differential. IMPORTANT  PRECAUTION:  Before  disassembling  the differential  case,  insert  a  bolt  through  the  center  of  the NoSPIN unit (axle shaft openings) with a flat washer on each end against the side members, Fig.  43. Thread a nut on the bolt against the flat washer finger tight.  This will prevent possible injury caused by the  unit  flying  apart  due  to  the  spring  pressure  within itself during disassembly of the differential case. Fig.  43  Inserting Assembly Retaining Bolt DISASSEMBLY Remove the bolts from the differential case and lift  out  the  NoSPIN  unit.    Mount  unit  in  a  small  press, Fig.  44. Apply  enough  pressure  on  the  head  of  the  bolt to release the spring pressure against the nut.  Remove the nut and flat washer by reaching underneath  the  press.    Slowly  release  the  press  and allow   the   unit   to   disassemble   itself   until   the   spring pressure is fully released. Remove unit from press. Fig.  44  Release of Spring Pressure Remove side members, springs, spring retainers  and  driven  clutch  members.    The  center  cam may be removed from the spider by expanding the snap ring with small screwdrivers or wedges. NOTE: Be careful when removing and reinstalling   center   cam   snap   ring   to   avoid   possible injury. CLEANING, INSPECTION AND REPAIR Wash    all    parts    thoroughly    with    a    cleaning solvent.      Inspect   all   mating   surfaces   and   teeth   for possible wear or damage.  Replace all worn or damaged parts before reassembly. REASSEMBLY Reassembly     is     essentially     the     reverse     of disassembly.  Lubricate all parts with SAE-30 oil during reassembly.      Place   side   member   upright   and   install spring  on  same.    Place  spring  retainer  on  spring  with flange  end  toward  side  member.    Install  driven  clutch member   on   spring   retainer.      Place   spider   on   driven clutch   member,   indexing   teeth   of   same.   Install   other driven  clutch  member,  spring  retainer,  spring  and  side member on spider. Insert a bolt through the center of the NoSPIN unit with a flat washer against side CTS-2095S - Chapter II - Page 6 PRINTED IN UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

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