Spring (1) is under pressure. When retaining ring (2)
is taken off, let go of reverse shift rod (3) slowly to
keep it from flying out and causing injury to personnel.
1. Put reverse shift rod housing (4) into vise.
Place wood block over end of reverse shift rod (3). Press down
on rod until spring (1) is compressed below retaining ring (2).
Tell soldier B when spring is compressed.
When soldier A has spring (1) compressed, using retaining ring
pliers, take off retaining ring (2). Tell soldier A when retaining
ring is off.
When retaining ring (2) is off, slowly ease up on wood block until
pressure is off; then take wood block away.
Spring (1) is under pressure. Hold spring compressed in
vise when taking off locknut (6) to keep personnel from
5. Pull out reverse shift rod (3), spring (1), two flat washers (5),
and locknut (6) from reverse shift rod housing (4). Take housing
from vise and put spring into vise.
Using 3/8-inch wrench, hold reverse shift rod (3).
Using 9/16-inch wrench, unscrew and take off locknut (6). Take
off spring (1) and two flat washers (5).
END OF TASK