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INSTALLATION - TM-5-4210-230-14P-1_956
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UNIVERSAL JOINT PHASING (See Fig.  37)
TRUCK SERVICE MANUAL TM 5-4210-230-14&P-1 PROPELLER SHAFT INSTALLATION Lubricate    the    splines    thoroughly    (refer    to    page    9)    and assemble on the shaft.  BE SURE that the arrows or marks on the shaft and slip joint are in line, since the sleeve yoke lugs must  be  in  the  same  plane  as  the  stud  ball  yoke  lugs  to prevent excessive vibration (Fig.  37). The cork washer should be replaced is necessary before assembling with the dust cap and steel washer on the sleeve yoke. INSTALLING PROPELLER SHAFT 1. Propeller  Shaft  Assembly  Place  in  a  pair  of  centers and check the shaft for run-out if not previously done during assembly.  The run-out on the tube should not be  more  than  .38  mm  (.015")  indicator  reading,  and on the neck of the slip stub shaft the run-out should not  be  more  than  .12  mm  (.005")  indicator  reading. Mark the high and low points on the shaft with chalk and straighten if necessary.  Install with the slip joint nearest the source of power.  Tighten the flange bolts evenly  after  the  nuts  and  NEW  lockwashers  are  in place. Fig.  38 Fig. 39 TWO-JOINT PROPELLER SHAFT It is of primary importance that universal joints of sufficient capacity be used.  When assembling the slip joint on the shaft, care must be taken to place the sleeve yoke lugs (12) in the same plane as the shaft yoke lugs (13). Arrows will be found stamped on the sleeve and shaft for this purpose. Install transmission so that the transmission main shaft and axle pinion shaft are parallel or nearly so, in order to keep the angles (X) on both joints as nearly equal as possible. See Fig.  40.  If this method results in angles (X) of more than 12 deg., use the method shown in Fig.  41, where the axle pinion shaft is tilted upward to enable the centerlines to intersect at a point midway between the joint centers, thus giving equal angles (Y). CTS-2730  Page 20 PRINTED IN UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

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