D6D TRACTOR POWER TRAIN – Final Drives (D6D Tractors, Serial Nos. 3X, 4X, 19X, 20X, 30X, 31X, 74W, 75W, 6HC)

NOTE: Rubber toric seals and all surfaces in contact with them must be clean and dry at assembly. Put a thin layer of oil on the surfaces of the metal seals that are in contact just before installation. Put lubricant on all other seals at assembly.

(1) Torque for bolts with 5P3931 Anti-Seize Compound on threads of bolts … 270 ± 25 N·m (200 ± 20 lb ft)

(2) Torque for nut on pinion flange … 950 ± 135 N·m (700 ± 100 lb ft)

Tighten nut to align hole in lock with hole in flange.

(3) Distance between face of flange and shoulder of pinion … 3.18 ± 0.76 mm (.125 ± .030 in)

After the flange and pinion have been pushed together with a force of … 265 to 310 kN (30 to 35 ton)

(4) See Adjustment For Final Drive Bearings.

(5) Torque for bolt that holds lock … 470 ± 45 N·m (350 ± 35 lb ft)

(6) Put 7M7260 Liquid Gasket on cage to case surface.

Torque for bolts that hold bearing cage to case … 135 ± 14 N·m (100 ± 10 lb ft)

(7) Distance between face of sprocket and the spline shoulder of the hub … 7.14 ± 1.52 mm (.281 ± .060 in)

After the sprocket has been pushed on the hub with a force of … 400 to 445 kN (45 to 50 ton)

(8) Torque for nut on sprocket shaft … 810 to 950 N·m (600 to 700 lb ft)

(9) Tighten nut to a torque of … 950 ± 70 N·m (700 ± 50 lb ft)

While the shaft is held with a force of … 180 to 265 kN (20 to 30 ton)

(10) Torque for bolts that hold final drive case to the steering clutch case … 135 ± 14 N·m (100 ± 10 lb ft)

(11) Distance for shaft installation (from the face of the steering clutch case to the face of the holder assembly) … 328.63 ± 1.57 mm (12.938 ± .062 in)

After the shaft has been pushed in the case by a force of … 180 to 265 kN (20 to 30 ton)

Maximum amount the sprocket shaft can be bent is 1.57 mm (.062 in). Measure with a square with the sprocket shaft installed in the case.

(12) Torque for the nuts that hold the sprocket segments to sprocket hub … 177 ± 40 N·m (130 ± 30 lb ft)

Then turn an additional … 120°

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