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INSPECTION AND CLEANING
TM9-6115-667-13&P REPLACEMENT Note:    Be  sure  all  machined  surfaces  are  clean,  free  of burrs and damage. 1. Turn  the  capscrew  (22)  about  halfway  into  the Hyrevz    motor    (31)    drive    shaft;    then    slip    the    rotor assembly (24) onto the Hyrevz motor drive shaft. 2. Install  the  "C"  washer  (23)  onto  the  capscrew (22) between the bolt head and the hydraulic motor drive shaft.  Tighten the capscrew with a thinwall 1/ 2-inch end wrench. 3. Position the stator (13) so that stickers (11 & 12) are positioned as shown on page 3 of this manual.  Slip the stator (13) over the rotor assembly (24) and onto the inboard motor end adapter (26) pilot.  Seat into place by lightly tapping with a soft-faced mallet. 4. The    webs    of    the    outboard    bearing    bracket assembly   (7)   resemble   the   letter   ’Y".        Position    the outboard  bearing  bracket  assembly  (7)  so  the  vertical portion of the ’Y’ is at the bottom of the bracket. 5. Align the outboard bearing bracket assembly (7) stub shaft with the rotor assembly (24) bearing inner race bore and the bearing bracket pilot with the stator (13). 6. Carefully and lightly tap on the outboard bearing bracket assembly (7), center only, until the bracket seats on the stator (13). 7. Secure the stator between the outboard bearing bracket  assembly  (7)  and  receptacle   box   (5)   and   the inboard engine end adapter (26) using the four 1/4-20 x 9-1/2 inch/32 cm long stator bolts (4) and nuts (29). Note:      The   stator   bolt   holes   must   line   up   on   both surfaces. 8.  Perform steps 1 and 2 of the RECEPTACLE PANEL REPLACEMENT procedure to complete the reassembly. HYREVZ™ MOTOR REMOVAL, DISASSEMBLY, INSPECTION, CLEANING, Obtain Seal Kit, part number 07388, to replace all seals exposed  during  disassembly.    Note  orientation  of  seals before  removing  them.    Install  new  seals  in  the  same way. REMOVAL 1. Perform    steps    1    through    7    of    the    ROTOR REMOVAL procedures and lay the removed assemblies aside. 2. Remove  the  four  3/8-16  x  2  inch/51  mm  long capscrews (25) securing the inboard engine end adapter (26) to the motor adapter plate (30). 3. Lift  the  Hyrevz  motor  (31)  and  attached  motor adapter plate (30) up and away from the inboard engine end adapter (26). 4. Place  the  Hyrevz  motor  (31)  in  a  vise  (with  soft jaws or V-blocks) with the motor adapter (30) up. 5. Remove the two 5/16-18 x 3/4 inch/19 mm long capscrews (28) securing the motor adapter plate (30) to the Hyrevz motor (31). DISASSEMBLY 1. Place  the  Hyrevz  motor  (31)  in  the  vise  so  the soft jaws or V-blocks are around the bearing housing (9) end with the drive shaft down. 2. Remove  the   eight   1/4-20   x   2-1/4   inch/57   mm long  capscrews  (5,  figure  3)  securing  the  gear  housing assembly (1) and bearing housing (9). 3. Using   a   flat-blade   screwdriver   or   similar   tool, gently pry the gear housing assembly (1) away from the bearing housing (9).  Lift the gear housing assembly (1) straight up. Do Not tilt the housing or pry on the flat surface inside of the surrounding groove.  For prying, only use the groove provided    at    the    split    between    the    parts    to    prevent scratches on the inner mating’ surfaces. 9

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