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250B17F SERIES OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE

Bearing Guide Installed on Spur Adapter Gearshaft


Figure 202
(2) Lubricate (engine oil) bearing guide (23006778) and install it on the spur adapter gearshaft.
(See Figure 202)
(3) Sparingly lubricate the rollers of the No. 21/2 bearing with petrolatum to hold the rollers out
against the bearing outer race.
WARNING: FAILURE TO PROPERLY SHIM THE COMPRESSOR AT INSTALLATION CAN
CAUSE THE SPUR ADAPTER GEARSHAFT TO FAIL RESULTING IN SUDDEN
ENGINE STOPPAGE.
CAUTION: BE SURE THE SPUR ADAPTER GEARSHAFT IS IN MESH WITH THE GEARBOX
MATING GEAR BEFORE TIGHTENING COMPRESSOR RETAINING BOLTS.
(4) Determine the number of shims required for compressor installation.
(a) When replacing a compressor, the total thickness of shims required at each attaching
point has been determined during compressor buildup (overhaul) and marked on the
appropriate bolt hole on the rear diffuser.
(b) When reinstalling a compressor, install with the total thickness of shims marked on the
rear diffuser. If the shim markings are not legible, not present, or in doubt, compute the
total shim thickness requirements in accordance with para 1.C., this section.
(5) Place the compressor on the gearbox with the required quantity of shims in place at the bolt
pads.
(6) If interference is encountered between the compressor and one of the cast bosses on the
gearbox, lightly dress the boss by filing. Remove only sufficient material to provide a positive
clearance.
(a) Dichromate the machined area per AMS 2475.
(b) Apply engine gray enamel (AMS 2510).
(7) Use the same configuration of bolts, nuts and washers at each of the five compressor pads as
was previously used. (If the gearbox is changed, different bolts or nuts may be required.)
(8) Use 6799790 engine turning adapter to turn the gear train until it meshes with the spur adapter
gearshaft.

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