(12) It is important that every precaution be taken to protect the bronze face on the cover
(35) from damage. Never lay the cover down on the bronze face. Do not allow parts or tools to come in
contact with the bronze face. A nick or scratch resulting from a moment's carelessness can easily dam-
age a cover (35) beyond repair.
(13) Inspect cover roller bearing (41, fig. 3-60) for excessive wear, galling
damaged, remove bearing outer race from cover (35) with an arbor press and a 1-7/8 in. dia plug. If
roller bearing is removed, then the inner race must also be removed as they are serviced as a matched
set only. If no damage is evident, do not remove outer or inner race and proceed to the next step.
Remove capscrews (5) with motor resting on its side.
(14) Remove eight
capscrews (5) and lockwashers (6). (Refer to fig. 365.) Lift off housing
(28, fig. 3-66) from mounting flange assembly (8). Remove O-ring (10).
Figure 3-65. Removing Housing Capscrews.