Figure 5J-7. Removing Sleeve Bearing
Figure 5J-9. Sleeve O-Ring Location
Figure 5J-8. Removing Sleeve and Sprag Clutch
highly finished surfaces is cause for replacement of the part.
Any visible signs of wear, scoring, or damage is cause to
replace the clutch assembly, which should be replaced as a
unit, consisting of the hub, the sleeve, or the Sprag clutch.
Figure 5J-10. Motor End Drum Bearing and Seals
This sleeve O-ring is one probable cause if hydraulic oil is
found in the winch drum, Always replace this O-ring if the
winch is disassembled enough to permit replacement.
DISASSEMBLY OF FINAL DRIVE. Disassemble the final
drive as follows:
1. Refer to Figure 5J-11. Drain approximately 1/2 gallon
(1.9 I) of SAE 90 transmission oil from the drain plug.
the brake disc, and shows the sleeve before it was
14. At this time, the motor and of the winch will appear as
Disassembly of the final drive unit is only necessary
shown in Figure 5J-10. The two seals and bearing shown
when some internal failure is believed to have
can be removed and replaced. Note that the large outer seal
lip points toward the winch drum, while the small seal lip
2. Remove the cover mounting capscrews and install three
points outward, away from the drum.