B-5/16in. lockwasher 120214
C-Seat cap 7979306
D-Cap gasket 7979274
E-Bearing Jamnut 7979263
F-Key washer 7535270
G-Bearing adjusting nut 7979308
H-outer cone and roller bearing assy 703155
J- Bearing cup 706691
K-Spring seat 7979305
L-Spring saddle 7979316
N-1-in. lockwasher 131050
P-1 x 5 5/8 hex-hd bolt 7979325
Q-Oil seal 7979349
R-Oil seal wiper 7979266
S-Felt seal retainer 7979246
T-Felt seal 7979267
U-Seal retaining washer 7979265
V-Tube plug 7979268
W-Inner cone and roller beaving assy 712286
X-Pipe plug 103883
Y-l-in. lockwasher 131144
Z-1-in. hex nut 7979366
Figure 5 3 - C o n t i n u e d .
axles and wheel retaining parts with mineral spirits paint thinner
or dry-cleaning solvent.
e. Inspection and Repair. Inspect for broken or cracked spring
bearing plates, spring guide brackets, torque rod brackets, and
torque rod bracket mounting brackets. Replace broken or cracked
parts. Check bearing seats and oil seal wiper (U, fig. 51) for
File or grind smooth, high spots, burs,
roughness or damage.
Check threads of spindles of axles for wear,
crossed threads, or damage. Using fine file, file off burs or hand
chase threads if necessary. Check spindles of axles for bend.
Indications of a bent axle spindle are binding bearings, which
cannot be adjusted properly, and extremely uneven wear of
brake linings. Axle spindles which are bent but not cracked,
can be straightened. Use puller to remove oil seal wiper (fig.
54) if damaged.
Use replacer 7950136 (fig. 55) to install
new Oil seal wiper.
Check for damaged paint and repaint
(1) S e m i t r a i l e r
hydraulic lines tee (fig. 41) over centrally
tapped hole in axle. Secure tee with one
5/8 x 3/4 cap screw and 5/8-inch lockwasher.
(2) S e m i t r a i l e r s