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Inspection of Drive Shafts - TM-5-4210-233-14P-1_699
TM 5-4210-233-14&P-1 5-7.  DRIVE SHAFTS, UNIVERSAL JOINTS AND YOKES This task covers: a. Removal of Drive Shafts e. Cleaning and Inspection b.   Inspection of Drive Shafts f. Installation of Universal Joints c.    Installation of Drive Shafts g. Follow-on Maintenance d.   Removal of Universal Joints TOOLS REQUIRED MATERIALS/PARTS REQUIRED Tool Kit, General Mechanics, Automotive Penetrating Oil (Item 8, Appendix E) (Appendix B, Section III, Item 1) High Temperature Grease (Item 15, Appendix E) Dry Cleaning Solvent (Item 3, Appendix E) Shop Equipment, Automotive Lint Free Cloth (Item 42, Appendix E) Maintenance and Repair (Appendix B, Section III, Item 4) EQUIPMENT CONDITION Main Engine Shutdown (see para 2-12.) APU Shutdown (see para 2-16.) Batteries Disconnected (see para 4-114.) a. Removal of Drive Shafts. (1)   If   the   drive   shaft   universal   joint   locking screws    and    straps    are    corroded,    apply penetrating oil (Item 8, Appendix E) to ease disassembly. (2)   Mark    all    yokes    and    slip    joints    before removal.      This   will   ensure   alignment   of components during installation. (3)   Using  a  hammer  and  chisel  bend  down  the ears  on  the  two  lockstraps  (2)  attached  to the   yoke   opposite   the   drive   shaft   to   be removed. (4)   Remove capscrews (1) and lockstraps (2). (5)   Turn the yoke until the bearing plates (3) are vertically  aligned.    If  necessary,  raise  the front or rear axle. (6)   Using a floor jack and a block of wood, jack the   wooden   block   up   until   it   contacts   the drive shaft end yoke (4) as shown. (7)   Continue  to  jack  the  block  up  until  it  forces the upper bearing plate (3) out of the yoke. (8)   Once   the   upper   bearing   plate   has   been removed, lower the jack and rotate the shaft a  half  turn.    Remove  the  second  bearing plate similar to steps 5, 6, and 7. 5-28

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