UNIVERSAL JOINT REPLACEMENT (Sheet 6 of 7)
It may be necessary to use
crowbar to wedge universal joint
to prevent it from turning while
tightening screws (E).
11. Using 13/16 inch socket, tighten four screw
Using 13/16 inch socket and torque wrench,
tighten four screws (E) to 110-130 lb-ft (146-173
Using slip joint pliers, install new lockwire (G) (Item
59, Appendix D) to each two adjacent screws (E).
perform steps 14 and 15. After
splines are lined UP (in step 14).
person using crowbar (H) will have
to move handle of crowbar (H)
repeatedly, left and right, striking
flange (A) to engage final drive
flange (A) with final drive adapter
Position universal joint (B) so final drive flange
(A) splines match up with final drive adapter
assembly (J) splines. Manually turn universal
joint (B) left or right to match up splines.
15. Using rope (K) and crowbar (H), slide final
drive adapter assembly (J) away from final
drive to engage final drive flange (A).
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