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Correct torque application is extremely important to assure long transmission life and dependable performance. Over-tightening or under-tightening can result in a loose installation and, in many instance, eventually cause damage to transmission gears, shafts, and/or bearings. Use a torque wrench whenever possible to attain recommended lbs./ft. ratings. Tighten clutch housing fasteners in a cross-pattern to help insure even clamp distribution.

(1) MAIN DRIVE GEAR BEARING NUT, 250-300 Lbs.Ft., ApplyLoctite Grade 277 Sealant and Stake to Input Shaft.

(6) FRONT BEARING COVER CAPSCREWS, 35-45 Lbs./Ft., 3/8-16 Threads. Apply Loctite 242 to Threads.

(6) CLUTCH HOUSING NUTS. 35Lbs./Ft. (47 N.m) +90° CW rotation or 175 Lbs./ft. (237 N.m)

(4) SLAVE AIR VALVE CAPSCREWS, 8-12 Lbs./ft., 1/4-20 Threads. Apply Loctite 242 to Threads.

        • (6)

          SMALL P.T.O Cover Capscrews, 20-25 Lbs./Ft., 3/8-16 Threads. Apply Loctite 242 to Threads.

      • (8)

        LARGE P.T.O COVER CAPSCREWS, 50-65 Lbs./Ft., 7/16-14 Threads. Apply Loctite 242 to Threads.

    • (4)

      HAND HOLE COVER CAPSCREWS, 20-25 Lbs./Ft., 5/16-18 Threads.

  • (2)

    COUNTERSHAFT FRONT BEARING RETAINER

CAPSCREWS, 90-120 LBS./Ft., 5/8-18 Threads. (4 or 6) CLUTCH HOUSING CAPSCREWS, 115 Lbs./Ft. (156 N.m)

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