1. Using an appropriate size seal driver, install
the oil seal in the bearing cap cover. Coat the
outside diameter of the seal with a light coat
of grease before installing. Make sure the lip
of the seal faces inward. When properly
installed, you will be able to see the garter
spring of the seal (Figure 14).
The input shaft oil seal is a press fit. If the seal
seems too small, call the Field Service
Department of the R. H. Sheppard Co. at
2. Install a new O-ring on the bearing cap cover
and coat the O-ring with a light coat of grease
Before installing the bearing cap cover,
tape the input shaft splines to prevent
damage to the seal at installation.
3. Press the salt seal into the bearing cap cover
until it is flush with the cover. Make sure the
lip of the seal faces out. Pack the area
between the salt seal and the oil seal with
grease (Figure 16).