Shim Adjustment (Engine)
311, noting the following.
Washer ICrankcase Clearance:
The needle thrust bearing is discontinued, and the
collar and washer are newly installed on this position in
replacement of the bearing. (See fig. N101 on p. 349.)
The washer/crankcase clearance adjustment procedures
are the same as those for the needle thrust bearing!
crankcase clearance adjustment. Refer to p.
Olnsert thinner shims on the washer side.
Final Gear Case
Final Gear Case Removal and Installation:
Refer to p. 151, noting the following.
The propeller shaft joint is changed.
properller shaft joint with 20 mL (16 grams) of high
Propeller Shaft Joint Lubrication
Ring Gear Disassembly and Assembly:
Refer to pp. 151
153, noting the following.
Use pinion joint holder 57001 ·1165 to secure the
pinion shaft in replacement of pinion joint holder
57001-1050, and loosen or tighten the ring nut
2. It is not necessary to snake the bearing holder mount-
and it is required to apply a non-
permanent locking agent to the screw
Pinion Gear Disassembly:
II the pinion gear assembty from the final gear case
with 6 mm dia. x 1 mm pitch jacking bolts and remove
. (See fig
G106 on p. 153.)
ePry open the staking of the pinion gear nut
a small chisel. Secure the pinion gear assembly in a
vise using pinion joint holder 57001-1165, and then
loosen the nut. (See
G1 08 on
eRemove the washer
pull out the pinion shaft joint
eRemove the grease seal
from the bearing
eRemove the inner race of the tapered roller bearing
eUsing the suitable puller, remove the outer races of the
tapered roller bearings
from the bearing
(See fig. G 109 on p. 154.)
eUsing pu Iler 57001-158, pull the inner race of the
tapered roller bearing
from the pinion gear
fig. G11 0 on p. 154.)
Pinion Gear Assembly
1. Pinion Gear Nut
10. Grease Seal
Tapered Roller Bearing
Pinion Shaft Joint
12. Tapered Roller Bearing
7. Bearing Housing