Support the splined output adapter (19) to avoid damaging the adapt-
er as it releases from the output housing assembly (26).
Ensure the press tooling does not contact the rotating flange (17) dur-
ing the removal process.
7.15 This operation must be accomplished while wearing synthetic rubber gloves. Connect bearing plates
(P/N 3210688-1, Figure 7), between the annular ball bearing (25) and seal plate assembly (23) with the
concave side of the bearing plate towards the bearing. Insure that the bearing plate is inserted fully between
the bearing and the splined output adapter to support the bearing inner race. With the annular ball bearing
(25) upward, carefully lower the splined output adapter (19) through the top of the holding fixture (P/N
296844-, Figure 2), until the bearing plate (P/N 3210688-1, Figure 7 ) rests on the holding fixture.
7.16 Put the press tool (P/N 298530-5) on top of the spline and using the arbor press, remove annular ball
bearing (25) from the splined output adapter (19).
7.17 Carefully remove seal plate assembly (23) with plain encased seal (22) from splined output adapter
(19), avoiding any sideward movement that could damage the rubber seal.
7.18 Install plastic cap over splined output adapter threads (19) and aluminum vent plug (14) to protect from
If possible, store bearings in a dry area cooled by air conditioning or
refrigeration. Do not store in areas cooled by evaporative coolers.
Do not store bearings near electrical motors or transport in electrical-
ly operated vehicles to preclude the possibility of magnetizing.