A-Hub cap 8710725
B-Wheel bearing jamnut 7979263
C-Wheel bearing adjusting nut 7979308
D--in. cap nut 537810
E-1 1/8-in. wheel nut 537806
F-1eft drum w/hub assy 8710721
G-Inner cone and roller bearing assy 712286
H-Oil sead 7979349
J-Left brake assy 8710719
K-Right brake assy 8710720
L-9/16 x 1 1/4 cap screw 123936
M-Right drum w/hub assy 8710722
N-Outer cone and roller bearing assy 705155
P-Nut locking key washer 5139123
Q-Hub cap gasket 8710726
R-5/16 x cap screw 120834
S-5/16-in. lockwasher 120214
T-Axle (welded) 8710737
U-Oil seal wiper 7979266
V-9/16-in. safety nut 503327
Install brake drum on hub (par. 53e and g).
84. Spring Seat Bearings
Remove spring seat (par. 55a).
Note. The key letters shown in parentheses are in figure 53.
b. Cleaning. Wash spring seat (K) and bearings thoroughly
with mineral spirits paint thinner or dry-cleaning solvent. Al-
Refer to TM 37-265 for care and main-
low bearings to dry.
tnance of bearings.
c. Inspection and Repair. Inspect spring seat (K) for cracks
bearing cups (J) for cracks, chipped spots, or wear caused by
seat. If cups are damaged or worn, replace (par. 53h and i).
Oil cone and roller assemblies (H and W) lightly and rotate
by hand to test tightness.
Replace if there is evidence of
scoring, pitting, or wear. Inspect oil seal (Q) make sure con-
material is intact and pliable. Inspect threads on spindle
If damaged to the extent that nuts may not hold
bearings securely, replace tube with bracket assembly (par. 89).
Slight irregularities in threads can be corrected with fine file.
d. Lubrication. Refer to lubrication order (fig. 32).
e. Assembly. Refer to paragraph 55e.