4-7. REMOVE RIGHT END COVER ASSEMBLY
(SHEET 1 OF 7)
It is necessary to remove the right end cover assembly to perform the following maintenance:
Remove components from under the right end cover assembly.
Remove components from within the right end cover assembly.
Remove the bevel gear assembly.
The sump communication tube, lube tube, oil
transfer tube and scavenge tube must be removed before the bevel gear assembly can
be pulled from the transmission Access to these tubes is gained by removing the right
end cover assembly. (The left end cover must also be removed to allow removal of
other tubes that go into the bevel gear assembly.)
Remove the range pack (located under the left end cover) including the range input
shaft. When the shaft and bushing assembly are pulled out the left side of the
transmission with the range input shaft, the range output gear spacer and the governor
drive gear will lay loose in the right end of the transmission. Upon assembly, it will be
impossible to get this spacer and gear back on the shaft without removing the right
Remove Right End Cover Assembly
Remove Right End Tubes and Loose Components
TASK 1. REMOVE RIGHT END COVER ASSEMBLY
Extension, socket wrench 1/2 inch square drive, 10 inch
Hammer, hand, rubber
Handle, socket wrench, 1/2 inch square drive
Hoist, 200-pound minimum capacity
Socket, socket wrench 1/2 inch square drive, 1/2 inch
Socket, socket wrench, 1/2 inch square drive, 9/16 inch
Lifting Sling, three-legged (19207) 12268036
Bolt, 3/8-16 x 2 inch (2 required)
Rag, wiping (Item 15, Appendix C)
Washer, flat, 3/8 inch (2 required)
Transmission mounted on maintenance stand, right end turned up.
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Para. 4-7, Task 1