B. Remove outer bearing from cage.
C. Remove spacer or spacer combination
from pinion shaft.
B. Insert puller through yoke and remove.
C. Remove pinion bearing cover and oil seal
D. Remove rear thrust bearing and radial
bearing with bearing puller if necessary to
E. Remove oil seal assembly from bearing
DIFFERENTIAL BEARING CUPS, WIRE
THE SELECTIVE SPACERS WHICH
D. Remove pinion and cage assembly using
ARE BEHIND THE CUPS TO THEIR
puller screws in holes provided.
RESPECTIVE AXLE HALVES.
Driving pinion from inner end with a drift
will damage the bearing lock ring groove.
DISASSEMBLE PINION AND
A. Tap shaft from cage with soft mallet or
press shaft from cage.
PREPARE FOR REASSEMBLY
Do NOT clean these parts in a hot solution tank or
Parts having ground and polished surfaces such as
with water and alkaline solutions such as sodium
gears, bearings, shafts and collars, should be cleaned in
hydroxide, orthosilicates or phosphates.
a suitable solvent such as SD-2 kerosene or diesel fuel
We do NOT recommend steam cleaning assembled
drive units after they have been removed from the
GASOLINE SHOULD BE AVOIDED.
housing. When this method of cleaning
Potentially dangerous. Do not use
near open flame or heat.