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Mack
Bulletin
Service
 

Bearing

Housing,

Overhaul

(Housing

Removed)

This

information

covers

the

service

procedures

for

overhauling

and

setting

the

bearing

 

preload

for

a

Mack

T200

and

T300

long

compound

output

shaft

transmissions.

transmission.

In

order

for

tapered

roller

bearings

to

perform

at

maximum

efficiency,

it

is

imperative

they

operate

under

a

predetermined

preload

to

insure

rigid

mounting

for

the

gears

they

support.

Mack

transmission

output

shaft

bearing

preload

will

be

determined

by

a

single

hardened

 

steel

spacer.

The

spacers

are

available

in

increments

of

0.02

mm

(.001

in)

for

precise

bearing

cone

spacing

and

preload.

 
Bearing Housing, Overhaul (Housing Removed) This information covers the service procedures for overhauling and setting the
 
 

W4064988

   

Bearing

Housing

Assembly

 

Item

 

Quantity

Description

1

 

1

Rear

Output

Housing

2

 

1

Outer

Bearing

Cup

3

 

1

Gasket

4

 

1

Inner

Bearing

Cup

 
 

Note:

Information

is

subject

to

change

without

notice.

 

Illustrations

are

used

for

reference

only

and

may

differ

slightly

from

the

actual

vehicle

being

serviced.

However,

key

components

addressed

in

this

information

are

represented

as

accurately

as

possible.

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1

2

3

Bearing

Housing,

Overhaul

Housing

Removed

 

You

must

read

and

understand

the

precautions

and

guidelines

in

Service

Information,

group

4

“General

 

Safety

Practices,

Transmission”

before

performing

this

procedure.

If

you

are

not

properly

trained

and

certified

in

this

procedure,

ask

your

supervisor

for

training

before

you

perform

it.

 
   
DANGER

DANGER

Do

not

to attempt

repair

or

service

a

vehicle

without

having

sufficient

training,

the

correct

service

literature

and

the

proper

tools.

Failure

to

follow

this,

could

make

the

vehicle

unsafe,

which

may

lead

to

serious

personal

injury

or

death.

W4064989

W4064989

1

 

Drive

a

new

inner

bearing

cup

into

the

output

housing,

using

a

suitable

driver.

 
 

2

 

Drive

a

new

outer

bearing

cup

into

the

output

housing,

using

a

suitable

hydraulic

press.

 
W4064990

W4064990

3

Obtain

the

output

shaft.

Using

a

suitable

driver,

press

 

a

new

inner

bearing

cone

the onto

shaft

until

seated

against

the

shoulder

of

the

shaft.

Apply

force

to

the

inner

 

race

only.

 

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W4064991

W4064991

4

Lubricate

the

bearing

cup

and

cone

with

recommended

gear

oil.

Position

the

output

housing

over

the

output

shaft

until

the

inner

bearing

cup

is

seated

on

the

inner

bearing

cone.

5

5

5

Note:

The

following

procedure

is

for

setting

the

rear

 

output

housing

bearing

preload

which

may

more require

than

one

attempt

at

achieving

the

required

bearing

preload.

Install

a

new

hardened

steel

spacer

onto

the

output

shaft.

Note:

Start

with

a

typical

spacer

length

of

52.07

mm

 

(2.050

in).

Note:

Refer

to

MTPI

431–047PB

for

the

complete

list

of

available

hardened

steel

spacer

lengths.

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W4064993

W4064993

6

Lubricate

the

bearing

cup

and

cone

with

recommended

 

gear

oil.

Position

the

outer

bearing

cone

over

the

output

shaft

as

far

as

it

will

go

without

pressing.

 

7

 

7

 

Slowly

apply

1.8

tonnes

(2

tons)

of

load

to

the

inner

race

 

of

the

outer

bearing

cone

while

rotating

the

housing

to

 

seat

the

bearings.

The

housing

must

turn

freely

without

binding.

8

8
 

8

 

Use

a

dial

indicator

set-up

as

shown

in

Figure

to

measure

 

end

play

or

vertical

movement

of

the

output

housing.

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9989876

 

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9

 

9

Move

the

output

housing

up

and

down

measure

end

play

of

the

bearings.

Record

the

amount

of

end

play

measured

on

the

dial

indicator.

Note:

If

preload

has

negative

end

play,

it

cannot

be

measured

directly.

Determining

spacer

length

must

be

done

carefully

as

described

to

obtain

the

correct

preload

on

the

bearings.

10

 

10

Note:

If

the

end

play

measurement

is

zero

and

the

bearing

housing

spins

freely

after

the

completion

of

Step

10,

skip

to

Step

14.

To

obtain

the

correct

amount

of

preload

on

the

output

shaft

bearings,

the

measured

end

play

plus

the

additional

required

preload

0.03–0.10

mm

(0.001–0.004

in)

 

determines

a

smaller

hardened

steel

spacer

must

be

used.

 

Example:

0.04

mm

(0.037

in)

(measured

end

play)

 

0.03–0.10

mm

(0.001–0.004

in)

(required

preload)

0.04–1.04

mm

(0.038–0.041

in)

(end

play

plus

preload)

Select

a

spacer

that

is

0.96–1.04

mm

(.038–.041

in)

smaller

 

Note:

If

there

is

any

end

play

after

Step

10,

continue

on

to

Step

11.

11

11

11

Press

the

output

shaft

out

of

the

housing.

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12

Example:

 

Starting

with

a

typical

spacer

length

of

52.07

mm

(2.050

in)

:

52.07

mm

(2.050

in),

minus

measured

end

play

plus

preload,

equals

51.10–51.03

mm

(2.012–2.009

in)

of

 

desired

spacer

length.

Note:

Refer

to

the

MTPI

431–047PB

for

a

complete

list

of

available

spacers.

13

 

13

Install

calculated

spacer

(example:

2.012–2.009

in)

and

repeat

steps

6–9

to

ensure

there

is

no

end

play.

14

 

14

Finally,

use

the

spring

tension

scale

to

test

for

the

amount

of

bearing

preload

resistance

to

rotate

the

housing.

15

15
 

15

Wrap

several

turns

of

cord

around

the

pilot

area

of

the

output

housing

and

attach

spring

 

tension

scale

(J–8129)

or

suitable

to

the

cord

as

shown

in

figure.

W4064995

16

 

16

Maintain

a

steady

pull

on

the

housing

while

reading

the

scale.

The

correct

spacer

selection

should

produce

.068–2.28

kg

(1.5–5.0

lbs)

of

rolling

resistance

on

the

scale.

If

the

resistance

exceeds

 

2.28

kg

(5.0

lbs),

the

spacer

is

too

small.

Increase

the

spacer

size

by

.025

mm

(.001

in)

and

repeat

Steps

14–16

to

achieve

the

proper

bearing

preload.

17

 

17

After

the

correct

bearing

preload

is

established,

press

the

assembly

apart

and

set

aside

with

the

associated

synchronizer

components

for

assembly.