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Assembly (cont) - TM-5-4210-233-14P-1_897
TM 5-4210-233-14&P-1 5-39.  STEERING GEAR-Continued NOTE Bearing  BR-970  requires  41  rolls,  and  Bearing  BR-970-1 requires 42 rolls. The bearing assembly (16) may be of caging (retained) roll type therefore not requiring reassembly of the rolls. (3)   Install the new rack piston backup O-ring (53) and the new Teflon rack piston seal ring (47) into the rack piston (46) ring groove.  Do not over stretch the rings as you install them.  Coat with a liberal amount of grease. WARNING During  step  (4),  you  should  wear  eye  protection,  as  the  spring loaded poppets could eject, and cause eye injury. (4)   If the poppets were removed, position rack piston (46) in a soft jawed vise and install one poppet seat (57).  From the other end of the rack piston install one poppet (58), the spring (60), the nylon spacer rod (59), the other poppet (58), and the other poppet seat (57).  Torque both poppet seats to 20-25 ft.  lbs.  (27-34 Nm).  Install both retaining rings (56). (5)   When the 10 minute compression time has elapsed, remove the compression tool from the worm shaft/input shaft assembly (1).  Grease the worm shaft seal ring and the sealing surface inside the rack piston (46).  Install the worm shaft/input shaft assembly into the rack piston end that will position the worm seal ring in the rack bore and the worm ball track grooves to accept the set of balls through the rack piston ball guide holes. NOTE If  your  ball  return  guides  do  not  have  a  hole  in  the  top  for loading balls, then proceed to step (8).  If your ball return guides do have a hole in the top, then follow steps (6 & 7). WARNING Do  not  seat  guides  with  a  hammer.    Damage  to  guides  can result  in  subsequent  lock-up  or  loss  of  steering,  which  could cause an accident. (6)   Assemble the ball return guides (51) into the rack piston (46).  Make sure that the ball return guides are seated. WARNING Make  sure  the  ball  return  guides  stay  down  in  place  while  you assemble the balls.  Failure to hold the guides down may result in a ball being trapped outside the closed loop.  A trapped ball can result in a steering lockup, which could cause an accident. 5-226

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