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Fig. 142 Pressing Rear Oil Seal into Retaining Plate Using SE- 1905 Installer with 5-1/4" O.D.  Adapter
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Fig.  148  Installing  Engine  Front  Cover  Oil  Seal  with  Cover Assembled    to    Cylinder    Block    Using    SE-1949 Installer
ENGINE DIVISION SERVICE MANUAL TM 5-4210-230-14&P-1 ENGINE Fig. 145 Checking Camshaft and Crankshaft Gear Backlash 1.  Dial indicator 3.  Crankshaft gear 2.  Camshaft gear 12.   Turn the crankshaft so No.  1 crankpin is at the top of its stroke.      Coat   the   cylinder   bores,   crankshaft   journals, pistons,   piston   pins   and   piston   rings   with   engine   oil. Insert the piston into the ring compressor and install the piston  assembly  into  its  respective  cylinder  bore,  Figure 146.      Make   certain   the   odd   numbers   stamped   on   the connecting rods (1-3-5-7) are facing toward the right side of  the  cylinder  block,  while  even  numbers  (2-4-6-8)  are facing   the   left   side   of   the   cylinder   block.      Install   the connecting  rod  bearings  and  caps,  coating  each  bearing shell    surface    on    both    sides    with    engine    oil.        The numbered  side  of  the  cap  must  match  and  be  on  the numbered side of the rod. NOTE:  If  the  connecting  rods  and  bearing  caps  are properly  installed,  the  large  chamfer  side  of  the  rod and   cap   will   be   to   the   fillet   side   of   the   crankpin. Install new bearing cap bolts, washers and nuts and tighten  to  the  specified  tortue  as  shown  in  "Torque Chart." 13.   Follow    the    procedure    outlined    in    Step    12    for    the remaining connecting rods and pistons. 14.   Recheck connecting rod end play using a feeler gauge as outlined    under    "Fitting    Connecting    Rod    Bearings"    in CLEANING, INSPECTION AND RECONDITIONING. Fig. 146 Installation of Piston in Cylinder Block 1.  Hammer handle 3.  Ring Compressor 2.  Piston 15.   Press  new  oil  seal  in  engine  front  cover  using  SE-1949 installer  and  support  blocks,  Figure  147.    Install  oil  seal flush to .010" below front face of front cover. Fig. 147 Pressing New Seal in Engine Front Cover Using SE- 1949 Installer and Support Blocks 1.  Installer 3.  Support blocks 2.  Front cover 4.  Oil seal CGES-210  Page 59 PRINTED IN UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

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