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Fig. 33  Burnishing Upper and Lower Bushings Using Burnisher Tool
ENGINE DIVISION SERVICE MANUAL TM 5-4210-230-14&P-1 4. Lubricate outer diameter of new lower bushing with a light coat of grease and start bushing into distributor housing bore. 5. Position distributor housing in press.  Insert bushing installer (SE1955-7) into bushing (Figure 31). Fig. 31  Installing Lower Bushing using Installer SE-1955-7. 1.  Installer 3.  Lower Bushing 2.  Press Ram 6. Press    lower    bushing    into    housing    to    dimension shown in Figure 32. On  distributors  for  all  engines  except  V-537,  2.4  mm  (3/32 inch) below bottom end of distributor housing. On distributors for V-537 engines, flush with surface of oil seal counterbore. Fig. 32  Lower Bushing Location Dimensions. 1.  All distributors except for V-537 engine 2.  Distributor for V-537 engine 3.  Bushing 4.  Bushing flush with housing. 5.  2.4 mm (3/32 in.) After   bushings   have   been   installed,   check   fit   of   distributor shaft in bushings.  Size bushings if necessary to obtain .008 - .038 mm (.0003 - .0015 inch) running clearance. IMPORTANT The    oilite    bushings    should    not    be    reamed. Swelling   and   burrs   may   be   removed   with   a burnishing tool. For distributors without tachometer  drive,  use  burnisher  tool  SE-1955-2. For    distributors    with    tachometer    drive,    use burnisher tool SE-2779. 7. If  shaft  passes  through  upper  bushing  but  binds  in lower bushing, burnish lower bushing.  Burnish lower bushing only.  If shaft does not pass through or binds in   upper   bushing,   burnish   upper   bushing   first   and repeat    check    for    shaft    fit.        Then    burnish    lower bushing, if needed. To burnish bushings: a. Place  flat  end  of  burnisher  in  a  vise.    Coat burnisher with SAE-20 engine oil. b. Burnish   upper   bushing   by   carefully   placing distributor  housing  on  burnisher  and  rotating the   housing   clockwise   using   light   pressure until tool passes through bushing (Figure 33). c. Burnish   lower   bushing   per   step   "b"   above. CGES-145-U  Page 15 PRINTED IN UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

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