Determining the end clearance

Specification: 0.2...0.4 mm Note

Check the end clearance whenever the transmission has been reassembled and readjust if required, using adjusting washer No. 12 (refer to page 37 - 105).

1. Assembly transmission (complete with spur gear drive and front transmission cover).

2. Screw centering pins 9321 into transmission case and apply some grease (vaseline) to stick paper gasket to sealing surface.

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3. Using some grease (use vaseline), stick the removed adjusting washer to the rear transmission case and put housing carefully into position.

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A - Centering pins 9321

4. Tighten all mounting screws to 46 Nm (34 ftlb).

5. Mount measuring sleeve of Special Tool 9338 with three mounting screws on the stator shaft in such a manner that no play remains.

A - Centering pins 9321 B - Gasket

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Determining the end clearance

Printed in Germany - XXI, 1994

6. Slide measuring device of Special Tool 9338 over drive shaft teeth and tighten with clamping screw so that it cannot be tilted.

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7. Set measuring sleeve to zero with a certain preload.

8. Determine end clearance by pulling the handle. Repeat measurement several times.

Note

If a deviation is detected, remove rear transmission housing again and fit a thinner or thicker adjusting washer as required. Recheck end clearance afterwards.

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Printed in Germany - XXI, 1994

Sleeve Bearing Clearance Chart

No.

Designation

Removal

Installation

1

Circlip

1

2

O-ring

1

Replace

3

Bearing cap

1

4

Rotary shaft seal

1

Pack space between dust lip and sealing lip with grease (e.g. Shell 8420) and press in flush with sui table thrust piece

5

Ball bearing

1

Press off jointly with bearing cap

Press in until it bottoms with a suitable pressure piece

6

Protective ring

1

7

Joint flange

1

Disassembling and assembling the long joint flange

Printed in Germany - XV, 1992

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