DISASSEMBLY - FRONT SECTION
3. Turn out the capscrew and remove the front bearing retainer plate from each countershaft.
5. From the rear of case, use a soft bar and maul to drive each countershaft forward to unseat the front bearings from case bores and expose the bearing snap rings.
4. Use a soft bar and maul to drive each counter- shaft to the rear as far as possible. This will par- tially unseat the front bearings. NOTE: The soft bar used should have a flattened end that is large enough so as not to damage holes for roll pin and capscrew.
6. Use a bearing puller or pry bars to remove the countershaft front bearings. N O T E : The bearing inner race of models equipped with roller-type front bearings will re- main pressed on countershaft.