4-26 CLUTCH ASSEMBLY MAIINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS - Continued
11. Place clutch housing again on the blocking (ref.
step 3), and gently tap on ball bearing (14) to re-
move from the clutch housing.
12. Discard the ball bearing (14) and brake
P-D-680, Type III, is moderately toxic to
the skin, eyes and respiratory tract;
avoid prolonged exposure. Skin and
eye protection is required. Good ventila-
tion is required. Do not use near open
flame or excessive heat. Flash point is
200° F (93.3° C).
1. Clean all parts in dry cleaning solvent and dry
3. Inspect screws (6) for stripped threads or dam-
aged drive slot.
4. Inspect springs (9) for uniformity between all four
springs. If one spring is stretched, all spring
must be replace as a set.
5. Replace any part found to be damaged.
1. Install the ball bearing (14) into clutch hous-
ing (4). Taping gently to seat the bearing fully in
2. Using snap ring piler, install the retaining
ring (13) in groove next to the ball bearing (14).
3. Install threaded plug (12) in the center shaft (3).
2. Check v-belt groove in clutch housing (4), for ac-
cumulation of rubber material from belt. Ensure
that all rubber is removed.
1. Inspect the groove of clutch housing (4) for exces-
sive wear from v-belt.
2. Inspect center shaft (3) for scored or other wise