Remove locknut (8), bolt (9), and plate (10) from bracket (5).
Using hammer and dowel, drive two roller shafts (11) from bracket (5) and remove two rollers (12).
Remove two bearings (13) from roller (6).
Remove four bearings (14) from two rollers (12).
Cleaning compound solvent is used to clean parts and is potentially dangerous to
personnel. Extinguish all smoking materials and do not allow sparks or open
flame near the work area. Use skin and eye protection and work in a well-
Clean all parts removed in degreaser tank with cleaning compound solvent and wire brush as necessary. Remove
corrosion using wire brush and crocus cloth.
Inspect rollers and roller shafts for surface deterioration, scratches, scoring, pitting, burrs, or gouging that could
interfere with mounting or mating components or bearings.
Inspect bracket weldments for broken welds, cracks, and evidence of warping.
Check sleeve bearings for surface defects, indications that bearing may be rotating about the shaft, evidence of
overheating, and signs of improper lubrication.
Check condition of plate clamps and all attaching hardware. Replace any defective or missing components and
When bearing is seated correctly, approximately 0.25 inch (6.4 mm) of bearing will
be exposed from end of roller.
Install four bearings (14) into two rollers (12).
Install two bearings (13) into roller (6).