1. Bearing cup
2. Too1 W-100-44-60
Figure 19-5. Pinion Inner Bearing Cup Removal.
1. Puller DD-914-P
2. Adapter C-293-37
3. Holding ring DD-914-8
Figure 19-7. Removing Rear Bearing Cone.
Figure 19-6. Pinion Outer Bearing Cup Removal.
(20) Remove the rear bearing cone from the drive
pinion stem using tool DD-914-P, adapter ring DD-914-8,
(21) Place the differential case in a vise equipped with
soft jaws. Drive out the lockpin securing the differential
(22) Remove the differential pinion mate shaft, the
differential pinion mates, and the thrust washers (one in back
Figure 19-8. Removing Differential Pinion Shaft
of each pinion). Remove the differential side gears and
thrust washers (one in back of each gear).
(23) Remove the differential case from the vise. Using
wire at the center section, and withdraw it from the center
tool DD-914-P and DD-914-62 puller plates, remove the dif-
assembled view of the differential assembly.
bearing remover adapters are located where they won't pull
(2) All machined contact surfaces in the axle housing
on the bearing cage.
and differential bearing caps should be smooth and free of
(24) Remove the shims located behind each bearing
any raised edges. Front and rear pinion bearing cup bore
and record the thickness and the respective side to aid in
machine surfaces should be smooth. Remove the raised
positioning them during reassembly.
metal on the shoulders of the bores (incurred when
removing the cups) with a hand stone.
b. Cleaning and Inspecting the Differential.
(3) The differential bearings and
the front and rear
(1) Wash and clean all parts in a suitable cleaning
pinion bearing cone and cup assemblies should have a
solvent and, with the exception of the bearing cones, dry
smooth appearance with no broken or dented surfaces on
them with compressed air. To clean the axle housing tubes,
the rollers or the roller contact surfaces. The bearing roller
insert a stiff wire into the tube, attach a clean cloth to the
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