SHIFTING FORWARD OUTBOARD ROD REPLACEMENT (Sheet 3 of 4)
When adjusting rod end, make certain
that threads on control rods extend past
the gage opening in the rod end to ensure
a positive grip.
Using two 9/16 inch wrenches and steel tape, adjust rod end bearing (A) to obtain same
center-to-center distance between holes in rod end bearing (A) and clevis (B) as measured
and recorded in steps 3 and 4, REMOVAL.
Using torque wrench and crowfoot adapter, tighten nut (C) against rod end bearing (A) to
16-18 lb-ft (23-24 N·m).
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