AXLE ASSEMBLY (CONT)
a. On inner race (38) clean two grooves which are closest to suspension cylinder.
b. Install two side bars (39) on two side plates (31) using three bolts (40) and nuts (41) each.
c. Reinstall axle puller parts with upper and lower tie bars (32 and 30) inverted, flipped over 180 degrees, engaging
two cleaned grooves and repeat steps 17 thru 47 as required to remove inner race (38) from spindle (20).
Dry cleaning solvent (PD-680, Type III) is used to clean parts and is potentially
dangerous to personnel and property. Extinguish all smoking materials, and do
not allow sparks or open flames near the work area. Use skin and eye protection
and work in a well-ventilated area. Flash point of dry cleaning solvent is 200F
Inspect axle and parking/service brake chamber bracket for broken welds, broken casting, bends, or excessive
corrosion. Clean corrosion with dry cleaning solvent and rags. Replace defective parts as required.
Inspect lower suspension arm spindle and ultra bushing bore for nicks, burrs, scratches, scoring, and corrosion.
Clean with dry cleaning solvent and rags. If defects are found, use a fine grade of crocus cloth to polish spindle.
Check ultra bushing bore for grooves, scratches, corrosion, cracks, or unusual wear. Hone, if necessary, to
restore interior finish.
Install trunnion fitting (42) onto spindle (20) using two socket head bolts (21).
Check that spindle (20) is parallel to the ground. Make any required adjustments to hydraulic floor jack. Apply
antiseize compound to entire surface of lower suspension arm spindle.
Using two people, roll axle assembly in place over spindle (20).
Aline spindle (20) with ultra bushing (43) until end of spindle starts into end of ultra bushing.