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2. Remove the T-40 Torx head bolt securing the drive shaft bearing to the thrust plate. 3. Remove the four (4) T-40 Torx head bolts securing the thrust plate to the posts on the motor mounting plate. NOTE: The two (2) screws at the top of the bracket have ball ends. (Fig. 3-31) Figure 3-32 shows all the components of the thrust plate assembly.
Bolt with Ball End
Bolt without Ball End
With the thrust plate removed, the drive belt, pulley and brake assembly can be removed.
Removing the Brake Assembly/Nutate Shaft
1. Remove the spin basket. 2. Remove the drive belt from the large pulley. 3. Pull the large pulley from the nutate shaft. 4. Rotate the cam driver counter-clockwise while pulling the brake assembly out. (Fig. 3-33) 5. The brake assembly/spin tube and nutate shaft can now be removed.
Fig. 3-33 6. Pull the nutate shaft out of the brake assembly/spin tube.