Figure 5-9. Front drumshaft assembly, exploded view. (Sheet 2 of 2).
surfaces must be smooth or rapid and severe wear of oil
5-34. Inspection and Repair
seals will develop.
a. Clean all parts using a suitable solvent.
e. Repair of the front drum clutch is identical to that for
b. Replace all seals, gaskets, deformed shims and
the rear drum clutch. The only difference between the two
other expendable parts.
clutches is that the spider (26, fig. 5-8) is reversed in the
c. Inspect all parts for wear, scoring, cracks, or any
front drum due to opposite drumshaft rotation. Refer to
other visible signs of damage, and replace any parts not
paragraph 5-28fand repair front drumshaft clutch. 5-35.
in good condition. Inspect gear teeth for severe wear,
pitting, and for excessive tooth shortening. Pay particular
a. Place drum (18, fig. 5-9) on a suitable stand and
attention to the roots of -(ear teeth to be sure no cracks
block it so that it cannot move. Install shaft (34) in the drum,
making sure shaft is centered
d. Inspect and smooth all seal seating surfaces with
a fine oil stone or crocus cloth. The seal seating.