11-28 FINAL DRIVE
Front Bevel Gears
Driven Gear Disassembly
Holding the driven gear joint with the driven gear holder
[A] in a vise, unscrew the driven gear bolt [B].
Special Tool - Driven Gear Holder: 57001–1027
Remove the driven gear joint [A] with the O-ring [B].
Remove the driven gear from the bearing housing.
Remove the oil seal from the housing with a hook, and
pull the tapered roller bearing out of the housing.
Remove the tapered roller bearing which is pressed onto
the driven gear shaft with the bearing puller and adapter.
Special Tools - Bearing Puller: 57001–158
Driven Gear Assembly
Replace the driven gear bolt with a new one.
The drive and driven gears are lapped as a set at the fac-
tory to get the best tooth contact. They must be replaced
as a set.
Be sure to check and adjust the bearing preload, the bevel
gear backlash, and tooth contact (see Front Bevel Gear
Drive the tapered roller bearing inner race [B] onto the
driven gear shaft [C] using the bearing driver [A].
Special Tool - Bearing Driver: 57001–382
After completing the bearing preload adjustment, re-
assemble the driven gear assy.
Using the bearing driver set, press the oil seal in until the
face of the seal is level with the end of the bearing housing
Special Tool - Bearing Driver Set: 57001–1129
Apply molybdenum disulfide oil to the threads and the
seating surface of the driven gear bolt.
Tighten the driven gear bolt to the specified torque.
Torque - Driven Gear Bolt: 120 N·m (12 kgf·m, 89 ft·lb)
Stake [A] the driven gear bolt to prevent it from loosening.
When staking the bolt, be careful not to apply shock
to the driven gear and their bearings. Such a shock
could damage the driven gear and/or bearings.