Figure 3-22. Disassembly of mechanical transmission and main hydraulic pump assembly into subassemblies
(Sheet 2 of 2).
c. Cleaning. Wash parts, except seals and gaskets, in drycleaning solvent or mineral spirits paint thinner. Blow parts dry
with moisture-free compressed air; then immerse parts in clean OE-10 oil, to prevent rusting.
d. Inspection and Repair.
(1) Inspect all screws, nuts and fittings for damaged threads, and hex or socket heads for rounded corners.
(2) Inspect all tapped holes for damaged threads. Repair damaged threads with a thread chaser.
(3) Inspect all components for cracks.
e. Adjustments. There are no further adjustments of the pump and transmission as an assembly except for shimming of
the pump and transmission during assembly (fig. 3-22).
Assembly of Mechanical Transmission and Main Hydraulic Pump Assembly from Subassemblies
Assemble the mechanical transmission and main hydraulic pump assembly in reverse order of disassembly (figs. 3-21