TM 5-3810-300-24 & P2
3. The valve body assembly can now be removed from
the housing. The housing contains a snap ring that
provides a stop for the valve body. It is not
necessary to remove this snap ring.
4. To disassemble the valve body and piston, hold it in
a vise. Place a punch in the oil passage hole in the
piston to keep it from turning and remove the nut
from the gland end of the piston with a 3/4" hex
Remove the washer. Hold the piston in the body and
remove the gland, the two reaction rings and the
spacer. Do not try to remove the gland and piston
together as the o-ring seals on the piston will be
damaged in doing so.