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1. INSTALL TWO OIL SEAL RINGS AND ONE-WAY CLUTCH ASSEMBLY ON SUN GEAR

2. INSTALL THREE OIL SEAL RINGS ON CENTER SUPPORT

Spread the rings apart and slip them into the groove. Hook both ends by hand.

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3. INSTALL NEW O-RINGS ON PISTON

4. INSTALL NO. 1 BRAKE PISTON IN CENTER SUPPORT

Press the No. 1 brake piston into the center support with the cup side up, being careful not to damage the O-rings.

5. INSTALL TWELVE PISTON RETURN SPRINGS AND SET RETAINER WITH SNAP RING IN PLACE

6. COMPRESS RETURN SPRINGS AND INSTALL SNAP RING IN GROOVE

(a) Place SST on the spring retainer, and compress the springs on a shop press.

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(b) Install the snap ring using a screwdriver.

7. INSTALL NEW O-RINGS ON PISTON AND CENTER SUPPORT

8. TURN CENTER SUPPORT OVER AND INSTALL NO. 2 BRAKE PISTON

Press the No. 2 brake piston into the center support with the cup side up. being careful not to damage the O-rings.

9. INSTALL TWENTY PISTON RETURN SPRINGS AND SET RETAINER WITH SNAP RING IN PLACE

10. COMPRESS RETURN SPRINGS AND INSTALL SNAP RING IN GROOVE

(a) Place SST on the spring retainer, and compress the springs on a shop press.

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(b) Install the snap ring with a screwdriver.

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11. TURN CENTER SUPPORT OVER AND INSTALL NO. 1 BRAKE PISTON PLATE, DISC AND FLANGE

Using the low-pressure compressed air, blow all excess ATF from the disc.

CAUTION: High-pressure air will damage the disc.

Install in order: Plate-disc-plate-plate-disc-flange (rounded edge down)

12. INSTALL SNAP RING IN CENTER SUPPORT

Check that snap ring ends are not aligned with one of the cutouts.

13. CHECK PISTON STROKE OF NO. 1 BRAKE

With a dial indicator, measure the stroke applying and releasing the compressed air (4 — 8 kg/cm2, 57—114 psi or 392 - 785 kPa) as shown.

Standard piston stroke: 0.80 — 1.73 mm

If the stroke exceeds the limit, the clutch pack is probably worn. If the stroke is less than the limit, parts may be mis-assembled or there may be excess ATF on the discs.

14. TURN CENTER SUPPORT OVER AND INSTALL NO. 2 BRAKE PLATES, DISCS AND FLANGE

Using the low-pressure compressed air, blow all excess ATF from the discs.

CAUTION: High-pressure air will damage the disc.

Install in order: Plate-disc-plate-disc-plate-disc-flange (flat side down)

15. INSTALL SNAP RING IN CENTER SUPPORT

Check that the snap ring ends are not aligned with one of the cutouts.

16. CHECK PISTON STROKE OF NO. 2 BRAKE

With a dial indicator, measure the stroke applying and releasing the compressed air (4 — 8 kg/cm2, 57 — 114 psi or 392 — 785 kPa) as shown.

Standard piston stroke: 1.01 — 2.25 mm

If the stroke exceeds the limit, the clutch pack is probably worn. If the stroke is less than the limit, parts may be mis-assembled or there may be excess ATF on the discs.

17. ASSEMBLE CENTER SUPPORT AND SUN GEAR SHAFT

(a) Align the brake No. 2 disc flukes.

(b) Mesh the brake hub with the discs, twisting and jiggling the hub as required.

18. INSTALL SNAP RING ON END OF SUN GEAR SHAFT

Apply Tube

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Output Shaft

Rear Planetary Gear

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Ring Gear

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