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TM 9-2320-364-34-2      12-31 (7) Apply lubricating oil to preformed packing (9). (8) Install preformed packing (9) and bearing cup (8) in closed end cap (5). (9) Install gasket (7) and closed end cap (5) in housing (1) with four screws (6). NOTE When adjusting bearings, ensure the number of gaskets on each end does not differ by more than one. When making adjustments, install and remove screws in caps as necessary to get a proper adjustment. (10) Add and/or remove gaskets (7) from closed end cap (5) and open end cap (23) until output shaft (14) turns freely by hand. (11) Pack two cone bearings (20) with grease. (12) Position two bearing cups (21), cone bearings (20) in pinion housing (10). (13) Install pinion shaft (14) in pinion housing (10). Use care when installing retaining rings.  Retaining rings are under tension and can act as projectiles when released causing injury to personnel. (14) Install retaining ring (19) and oil seal (18) on pinion housing (19). (15) Install key (17) and bevel gear (16) on pinion shaft (14). (16) Install crimped pinion nut (15) on pinion shaft (14).  Back crimped pinion nut (15) off 1/4 turn and, using soft faced hammer, hit end of pinion shaft (14) sharply to seat bearings.

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