HUB ASSEMBLY REPLACEMENT (Sheet 6 of 7)
14. When nut (P) is tight and parts seem to be seated, back off nut (P) and, using torque
wrench, tighten nut (P) to 50-70 lb-ft (68-95 N·m).
15. Back off round nut (P) 1/4 turn.
16. Install lock (Q) so that hole of lock (Q) fits over nut (P) dowel.
If Iock hole does not line up to dowel of nut, turn
Iock over and try other side.
17. Position new bearing nut lock (R) to one hole in lock (Q).
18. Screw nut (S) onto arm assembly spindle (G). Tighten nut (S) up against bearing unit.
19. Using 2-1/2 inch socket, tighten nut (S).
20. Using hammer and drift punch, bend one end of bearing nut lock (R) back over nut (S).
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