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VIBRATORY SOIL COMPACTORS

SD110CSERIES

INSTRUCTIONS AND PARTS MANUAL

APPLICABLE FROM SL. NO. 2002110002 ONWARDS

PART NUMBER: 70745732IBPL

Read this Instruction Manual before operating this unit

VIBRATORY SOIL COMPACTORS

SD110CSERIES

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Contents
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS .................................................................................................. 1.1.1
INTRODUCTION ...................................................................................................................................... 1.1.1
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS AND GUIDELINES ......................................................................................... 1.1.1
SPECIFICATIONS .................................................................................................................................... 1.1.1
OPERATING CONTROLS AND INSTRUMENTS .................................................................................... 1.1.1
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS ................................................................................................................. 1.1.1
FUEL AND LUBRICATION SPECIFICATIONS ......................................................................................... 1.1.1
HEALTH AND SAFETY INFORMATION .................................................................................................. 1.1.5
DATA SHEETS ......................................................................................................................................... 1.1.9
IR POWER COMPACT ............................................................................................................................ 1.1.9
DATA SHEET ......................................................................................................................................... 1.1.10
IR POWER COMPACT .......................................................................................................................... 1.1.10
IR POWER DRIVE ................................................................................................................................. 1.1.13
INITIAL BREAK-IN MAINTENANCE ........................................................................................................ 1.1.1
10 HOURS OR DAILY MAINTENANCE ................................................................................................... 1.1.1
50 HOURS OR WEEKLY ROUTINE MAINTENANCE ............................................................................. 1.1.1
100 HOURS OR MONTHLY ROUTINE MAINTENANCE ......................................................................... 1.1.1
300 HOURS OR QUARTERLY ROUTINE MAINTENANCE .................................................................... 1.1.1
500 HOURS OR SEMI-ANNUAL ROUTINE MAINTENANCE .................................................................. 1.1.2
1000 HOURS OR ANNUAL ROUTINE MAINTENANCE .......................................................................... 1.1.1
GENERAL MAINTENANCE ..................................................................................................................... 1.1.1
MISCELLANEOUS AND OPTIONAL EQUIPMENTS ............................................................................... 1.1.1
AXLE ASSEMBLY .................................................................................................................................... 4.1.2
MAIN FRAME ASSEMBLY ....................................................................................................................... 4.2.1
ENGINE ASSEMBLY ................................................................................................................................ 4.3.1
CONTROL CONSOLE ASSEMBLY ......................................................................................................... 4.4.1
DRUM ASSEMBLY ................................................................................................................................... 4.5.1
PIPING, HYDRAULIC .............................................................................................................................. 4.6.1
ELECTRICAL INSTALLATIONS ............................................................................................................... 4.7.1
SERVICE KITS ......................................................................................................................................... 4.8.2
RECOMMENDED LIST OF SPARES ....................................................................................................... 4.8.3
TOOL KIT ................................................................................................................................................. 4.8.5
TORQUE CHART ..................................................................................................................................... 4.8.6
PART NUMBER INDEX ............................................................................................................................ 4.9.1

TOC - 1

INTRODUCTION
CONGRATULATIONS! You have just acquired an Ingersoll-Rand Compactor... an application-designed product built with your needs in mind. The SD110 Series Compactor has various models available.
The SD110 Series may be equipped with either a smooth drum or a pad foot drum. The SD110 weighs approximately 10,740 Kgs. with ROPS attached. The SD110D weighs approximately 10,830 Kgs and SD110F weighs
11,740 Kgs. Vibration frequency is variable, independent of governed j~ engine speed, up to 1800 vibrations
per minute (VPM). The superior applied force of the SD110 series achieves excellent density in fewer passes
for unexcelled productivity in a machine of this size class.
The SD110D is a smooth drum-drive vibratory compactor that provides the extra traction necessary on steep
grades or deep lifts of loose granular soils. The SD110D provides drum drive operation and vibration for excellent performance.
The ISO-10OF is a padfoot drum vibratory compactor. This model delivers the necessary compaction force to
economically compact cohesive soils. The 120 rectangular manganese steel tamping feet compact and exit
soil with minimal loosening of the surface. Standard drum drive as well as axle drive provides maximum
traction and grade even under extreme site conditions. Both types of drive allow for maximum compaction
performance and productivity. Ingersoll-Rand strongly recommends a ROPS (Roll-Over Protection Structure)
equipped compactor for operator and equipment protection for use on other than level ground. Basically, a
ROPS used with a seat belt will protect the vehicle operator from injury if the vehicle undergoes a single rollover.
Safe operation depends on reliable equipment and the use of proper procedures. Performing the checks and
service described in this manual will help keep your compactor in good condition.
These recommended operation procedures would help you to avoid unsafe practices.
Safety notes have been included throughout this manual to help the operator avoid injury and prevent damage
to the equipment. These notes are not intended to cover all eventualities; it is impossible to anticipate and
evaluate all possible methods of operation. Therefore, the operator is the only person who can guarantee safe
operation and maintenance.
It is important that any procedure not specifically recommended in this manual be thoroughly evaluated from
the standpoint of safety before it is implemented.

! WARNING
Some photographs or illustrations in this manual show guards or cover panels removed for purpose of
clarity.
Always replace guards and cover panels before operating.

NOTE
Some photographs or illustrations in this manual may show machines with optional equipment installed.This
optional equipment may be purchased from your local Ingersoll-Rand Road Machinery Equipment Distributor.
Some photographs or illustrations in this manual may be taken of prototype models. Production machines may
vary in some detail.
Continued improvement and advancement of product design may cause changes to your machine, which may
not be included in this manual. Each manual is reviewed and revised regularly to include these changes.
Ingersoll-Rand reserves the right to modify or make changes within a specific model group without notice, and
without incurring any liability to retrofit machines previously shipped from the factory. Contact your IngersollRand Road Machinery Equipment Distributor for Non-routine maintenance that is not covered in this manual.
Record the machine serial number found on the vehicle Identification Plate located on the side of the machine
in the articulation area.

1.1.1

SAFETY PRECAUTIONS AND GUIDELINES

OVER VIEW
BEFORE YOU OPERATE, MAINTAIN OR IN ANY OTHER WAY USE THIS COMPACTOR, READ and STUDY
this manual. KNOW how to safely use the compactors controls and what you must do for safe maintenance.
ALWAYS wear or use the proper safety items required for your personal protection.
If you have ANY QUESTIONS about the safe or maintenance of this compactor, ASK YOUR SUPERVISOR
OR CONTACT ANY lNGERSOLL-RAND DISTRIBUTOR
NEVER GUESS - ALWAYS CHECK!

PRE-START INSPECTION
INSPECT your compactor daily. Ensure the routine maintenance and lubrication are being dutifully performed.
Have any malfunctioning, broken or missing parts corrected or replaced before use.
DO NOT operate a damaged or poorly maintained compactor. You risk lives when operating faulty equipment.
INCLUDING your own.
VERIFY that all instruction and safety labels are in place and readable. These are as important as any other
equipment on the compactor.
CLEAN any foreign material from the steps and operators platform, to reduce the danger of slipping.
NEVER fill the fuel tank, with the engine running, while near an open flame, or when smoking.
ALWAYS wipe up any spilled fuel.
CHECK for WARNING tags placed on the compactor. DO NOT operate the compactor until repairs have been
made and the WARNING tags are removed by authorised personnel.
KNOW the location of the Emergency Shut-Down control if the compactor is so equipped.
ALWAYS know the capability and limitations of your equipment - speed, gradability, steering and braking.
BE AWARE of the dimensions of your compactor - height and width, as well as your transporter dimensions
and weight.
WATCH for overhanging obstructions such as wires or tree limbs.
CHECK for any conditions that could be dangerous - holes, banks, underground culverts, manhole covers,
water meter pits, curb and/or street boxes.

STARTING
USE the hand rails and steps (if equipped) to get on and off the compactor. ALWAYS maintain a 3-point contact
when climbing onto or off the compactor.
READ and FOLLOW ALL instruction decals.
WHEN using a compactor with ROPS (roll-over protection structure), seat belts and other OSHA required
safety equipment must be worn.
BEFORE you start the compactor, ENSURE that the propulsion (travel) control is in Neutral.
BEFORE you start the compactor, ENSURE that the parking brake control is in the Applied position.
START the engine from the operators position only.
Jump starting the engine is NOT RECOMMENDED. If you do jump-start, use EXTREME CAUTION.
Prior to jump-starting ENSURE:
1. Propulsion (travel) control lever is in Neutral
2. A TRAINED OPERATOR is at the controls when the engine starts.
3. The parking brake is Applied.

1.2.1

SAFETY PRECAUTIONS AND GUIDELINES


OPERATING
ALWAYS make sure that no person or obstruction is in your line of travel BEFORE starting compactor in
motion.
NEVER climb onto, stand up, or climb off the compactor while it is in motion.
USE extreme caution and be observant when working in close quarters or congested areas.
OPERATE ONLY from the seated position, and NEVER carry passengers.
KNOW the area in which you are working. Familiarize yourself with work site obstructions and any other
potential hazards in the area.
KNOW and USE the hand signals required for particular jobs and know who has the responsibility for signaling.
DO NOT work in the vicinity of overhanging banks, or on grades that could cause the compactor to slide or roll
over.
ALWAYS keep the propulsion (travel) control in the slow position, close to Neutral, when descending a hill.
AVOID side-hill travel. Operate Lip and down a slope whenever possible. If it is absolutely necessary for sidehill travel, use extreme caution and slow speed. NEVER descend and incline in a gear higher or a speed
greater than that, which was used in ascending the incline. Ingersoll-Rand recommends the option certified
Roll-Over Protection (ROPS) equipped compactor with seat belt if side-hill or up and down travel is unavoidable.
NEVER allow anyone to stand within the compactors articulation area with the engine running.
ALWAYS look in all directions BEFORE changing your direction of travel.
DO NOT attempt to control compactor travel speed with the throttle control. When operating the compactor,
maintain the engine speed at full Operating RPM.
DO NOT tow or push the compactor, except as explained under TOWING in SECTION 2OPERATINGINSTRUCTIONS of this manual.
DO NOT run the engine in a closed building for an extended length of time. EXHAUST FUMES CAN KILL.

STOPPING
ALWAYS park the compactor off the asphalt and on solid, level ground. If this is not possible, always park the
compactor at a right angle to the slope and chock the wheels and/or drums.
AVOID leaving operators platform with the engine running. ALWAYS move the propulsion (travel) control to
Neutral, apply the parking brake, install the articulation lock/lock pin, position the throttle control to Idle RPM,
pull the fuel shut-off control (if so equipped), turn the ignition switch to OFF and lock all lockable compartments.
USE proper flags, barriers and warning devices especially when parking in areas of traffic.

MAINTENANCE
AVOID whenever possible, servicing, cleaning or examining the compactor with the engine running.
AVOID whenever possible, servicing, or providing maintenance to the compactor unless the wheels and/or
drums choked, and the articulation lock bar/lock pin is in place.
NEVER fill the fuel tank with the engine running, while near an open flame, or when smoking.
ALWAYS wipe up any spilled fuel.
AVOID removing the pressurized radiator cap until the engines cooling system has cooled.
DO NOT alter the engine governor settings from that indicated in the engine manual and the engine option
plate.
ALWAYS replace damaged or lost decals. Refer to the part number of all decals.
DISCONNECT the battery cables when working on the electrical system or when welding on the compactor.
1.2.2

SAFETY PRECAUTIONS AND GUIDELINES


BE SURE the battery area is well ventilated (clear of fumes) should it become necessary to connect a jump
battery or battery charger. Fumes from the battery can ignite by a spark and explode.
IF battery charging is required, be sure the battery charger is Off when making the connections.
BE SURE the correct battery polarity is observed negative (-) to negative (-) and positive (+) to positive (+)]
when connecting to a battery charger or jumper cable.

TRANSPORTING AND HAULING


DO NOT attempt to load the compactor on the transporter without knowledge and experience with the operation of the compactor.
ALWAYS use a ramp when loading the compactor on the transporter. Be sure ramps are of adequate strength,
low angle and proper height. USE proper chock blocks in front and r ear of the wheels of the transporter when
loading the compactor.
BE SURE to approach the transporter loading ramps squarely to make sure the compactor does not drop off
the side of the ramp.
KEEP the transporter deck clean of clay, oil, ice or frost or any other material, which can become slippery.
USE proper chock blocks in front and rear of the compactor wheels and/or drums.
SHUT the engine OFF, apply the parking brake, and lock all lockable compartments.
ALWAYS be sure the articulation lock bar/lock pin is secured in the locked position before transporting the
compactor.
ALWAYS know the overall height of the compactor and hauling vehicle. Observe height and weight regulations
and overhead objects to be sure you can safely pass beneath them.
When loading your compactor on a public access, obey all traffic regulations and be sure that the proper
clearance flags, lights and warning signs, including the Slow Moving Vehicle emblem, are properly displayed.
Know your approximate stopping distance at any given speed. Never turn corners at excessive speeds. Look
in all directions before reversing your direction of travel.
A loose machine may shift or fall while being transported.
Tie down the machine securely before moving the hauling vehicle or transporter.
1. Position the compactor on the transporter or hauling vehicle centered from side to side apply the parking
brake.
2. Ensure that the articulation lock bar/lock pin is in place.
3. With adequate chains or cables and blocks, secure the compactor to the deck of the hauling vehicle or
transporter to meet local regulations.

! DANGER
THE SPIN-ON TYPE CF FILTERS SHOULD BE INSTALLED HAND TIGHT ONLY. THE FILTERS DO NOT
EITHER REQUIRE A WRENCH FOR INSTALLATION OR FOR REMOVAL. USE OF A TOOL FOR THIS
PURPOSE COULD DAMAGE THE FILTER.

1.2.3

SPECIFICATIONS

SPECIFICATIONS

SD110

SD110D

SD110F

10,290

10,830

11,740

Static weight at drum (kgs.)

5755

5840

6750

Static weight at tyres (kgs.)

4,535

4,535

4,535

Length, overall (mm)

5,410

5,410

5,410

Width, overall (mm)

2,335

2,335

2,335

Height, top of steering wheel (mm)

2,335

2,335

2,335

Wheel base (mm)

3,275

3,275

3,275

Outside turning radius mm)

5,665

5,665

5,665

Drum diameter (mm)

1,500

1,500

1,500

Drum width (mm)

2,135

2,135

2,135

Drum shell thickness (mm)

25.4

25.4

25.4

1,700

0-30

0-30

0-30

Centrifugal force - high (kgs)

24,955

24,955

24,955

Centrifugal force - low (kgs)

16,787

16,787

16,787

Nominal amplitude - high (mm)

1.92

1.92

1.59

Nominal amplitude - low (mm)

1.29

1.29

1.06

KOEL DEUTZ
F6L912

KOEL DEUTZ
F6L912

KOEL DEUTZ
F6L912

106HP

106HP

106HP

12 V DC

12 V DC

12 V DC

WEIGHT WITH ROPS


Operationg weight ( kg.s)

DIMENTIONS

Drum diameter over pads (mm)


VIBRATION
Frequency (Hz)

ENGINE
Make and Model
Rated power @ 2300RPM
Electrical

1.3.1

SPECIFICATIONS

SPECIFICATIONS

SD110

SD110D

SD110M

Type of system

2 speed
hydrostatic with no
spin differential

2 speed hydrostatic
with no spin
differential

Tyre size (optional)

23.1*26*8PR R-3

2 speed
hydrostatic with
no spin
differential
23.1*26*8PR R-3

PROPULSION

Drum drive

23.1*26*8PR R-3

Low speed, high torque hydraulic motor

Speed (low gear)

0 - 6.1 km/hr

0 - 6.6 km/hr

0 - 6.9 km/hr

Speed (high gear)

0 -12.4 km/hr

0 - 10.6 km/hr

0 - 11.1 km/hr

Service

Dynamic,
hydrostatic thru'
propulsion system

Dynamic,
hydrostatic thru'
propulsion system

Dynamic,
hydrostatic thru'
propulsion system

Parking

Spring applied,
hydraulically
released

Spring applied,
hydraulically
released

Spring applied,
hydraulically
released

Articulation angle

40

40

40

Oscillation angle

17

17

17

Fuel capacity

257L

257L

257L

Hydraulic oil capacity

200 L

200 L

200 L

Gradeability (theoritical)

30%

30%

30%

BRAKES

MISCLLANEOUS

WEIGHT OF SUBASSEMBLIES
Approximate weights of some of the main subassemblies are furnished here under:

1.3.2

Drum (smooth) assembly

5000 kg

Drum (padfoot) assembly

6000 kg

Engine

725 kg

Main frame

1060 kg

Sunshade

143 kg

Wheel and tyre assembly

750 kg

Swivel frame

215 kg

Axle

900 kg

Control console assembly

75 kg

Torque hub

225 kg

Carrier and eccentric assembly

490 kg

Drum frame

1034 kg

Cabin

250 kg

Shock mount assembly (vibration side)

250 kg

Shock mount assembly (drive side)

400 kg

OPERATING CONTROLS AND


INSTRUMENTS

Figure 2.1

1.

Tachometer

13. Articulation lock pin

2.

Hourmeter

14. Propulsion control

3.

Engine oil pressure gauge

15. Vibration control

4.

Engine oil temperature gauge

16. Two-speed Toggle switch

5.

Ammeter

17. Throttle control

6.

V-Belt broken indicator

18. Engine stop control

7.

MCB

19. Front lights switch (optional)

8.

No-charge indicator

20. Rear light switch (optional)

9.

Ignition switch

21. Differential lock switch (optional)

10. Horn button

22. Fill leveling blade control (optional)

11. Parking brake control

23. Vibration reed tachometer (optional)

12. Parking brake ON indicator

24. Emergency Fuel shut off lever (optional)


Items 19, 20, 21, 22, 23 not shown in drawing

2.1.1

OPERATING CONTROLS AND


INSTRUMENTS
1. TACHOMETER
It is calibrated in RPM x 100 with range of 0 to 35, which displays the engine speed.
2. HOURMETER
The hourmeter displays the engine running time in hours, tenths and hundreds.
3. ENGINE OIL PRESSURE GAUGE
The gauge indicator the engine oil pressure on scale calibrated 0-10 bar
4. ENGINE OIL TEMPERATURE GAUGE
The gauge indicator the engine oil temperature on scale calibrated 0 - 200CC.
5. AMMETER
With the Ignition Switch in ON position ammeter indicator the battery condition on a scale calibrated -50 to
+50 Amps.
6. V-BELT BROKEN I LOW LUB OIL PRESSURE INDICATOR
It is a red indicator that lights if the engine blower V - belt is broken or if the engine oil pressure is low, during
operation. Shut down the engine immediately, otherwise the engine will over heat.
7. M.C.B.
The Main Circuit Breaker (MCB) operates as a Main Switch. It is a 30 Amp Circuit Breaker.
8. NO CHARGE INDICATOR
It is a red indicator that lights if the M.C.B. is put ON or a default in the charging circuit during operation.
NOTE:

The following controls and instruments are indexed to the figure titled Controls and Instruments (Figure 2.1).
9. IGNITION SWITCH
The Ignition Switch is a three position OFF/RUN/START switch. When the switch is straight up and down
(OFF), the electrical system is not energized. When the switch is turned clockwise to the first position (RUN),
the electrical system is energized. When turned past the RUN position to the second position (START), the
starter will engage. Once the engine starts, release the switch immediately, and the switch automatically
returns to the RUN position.

NOTICE
Starter may overheat if operated longer than 30 seconds.
If engine does not start, allow the starter to cool for 2 to 3 minutes before trying again.
10.

HORN BUTTON

Depressing the button energizes the horn circuit sounding the horn. This action allows the operator to alert
ground personnel to the approach of the compactor.
11.

PARKING BRAKE CONTROL

The Parking BRAKE Control is pulled outward PULL TO APPLY, hydraulic oil is bled from the brake system
causing the brakes to the applied. When the control is pushed inward to the released position, the valve
routes oil to the brakes. This provides the necessary hydraulic pressure to overcome the brake spring pressure
and release the brakes.
12. PARKING BRAKE ON INDICATOR
This red indicator lights when the parking brake is applied and the ignition switch is at the ON position.
13.

ARTICULATION LOCK PIN

The Articulation Lock Pin is stored in a special bracket welded/bolted to the right side of the console weldment.
The pin should be here when the machine is operating. It must be installed in the lock pin holes while the
machine is being transported or parked.
2.1.2

OPERATING CONTROLS AND


INSTRUMENTS
14.

PROPULSION (TRAVEL) CONTROL

The Propulsion (TRAVEL) Control is located at the right side of the operators seat. This control varies machine
direction and speed of travel. It also functions as the control for hydrostatic braking. The control has three
positions: Forward, Neutral (N), and Reverse with variable speed ranges in either direction. To propel the
machine forward, gradually move the control to the Forward position. To stop the travel of the machine, move
the control slowly back to the Neutral (N) position. This also provides hydrostatic braking. To propel the machine in reverse, gradually move the control backward to the Reverse position. To stop the travel of the machine, move the control slowly back to the Neutral (N) position. There is also an electrical interlock switch on
the control that allows the engine to be started only with the control in Neutral (N).
15.

VIBRATION (VPM) CONTROL

The Vibration (VPM) Control is located at the right side of the operators seat beside the Propulsion (Travel)
Control. The Vibration (VPM) Control varies the vibrations per minute of the drum.
16.

TWO SPEED AXLE CONTROL SWITCH

! DANGER
Runway machine may cause death, severe injury and property damage.
Shift only when on level ground and the machine is stopped.
Shifting on an incline may result in a runaway machine.
Never descend an incline in a gear higher on a speed greater than which was used in ascending the
incline. Make certain before releasing the parking brakes.
HIGH GEAR IS ONLYTO BE USED IN TRAVELLING TO AND FROM THE JOB SITE. ALL COMPACTING
MUST BE DONE IN LOW GEAR ONLY.
The Two-speed axle control switch (16) is a toggle switch located on the right hand side of the control panel.
Positioning the switch to either HIGH OR LOW selects the axle reduction ratio. Move the toggle switch upward
for LOW and downward for HIGH. All compaction must be done with the switch in the LOW position, while the
HIGH position is used for ROADING the machine. The control switch should be changed only when the
machine is stationary and on level ground with the parking brake in the applied position.
17.

THROTTLE CONTROL

The THROTTLE Control is located on the left side of the engine compartment behind the operators seat. It is
connected to the engine governor by a cable. Move the control upward to obtain engine Idle RPM and move
the control downward to obtain full engine Operating RPM.

Note: The throttle control lever has two positions.


1.

Idle position.

2.

Operating position.

When lever is shifted from Low Idle to operating position, the lever gets locked in the operating position. To
bring the lever to Low Idle from operation position, shift the lever sideways (perpendicular to its travel position) to release the lock and lever will come back to the idle position.
18.

ENGINE STOP CONTROL

It is a push pull cable that when pulled outward to the stop position shuts off the fuel to the engine. The cable
must be pushed back in before the engine can be started.
19.

FRONT LIGHTS SWITCH (Optional)

The FRONT LIGHTS Switch is located at the right bottom of the console panel. It is a two position ON/OFF
switch that when positioned to ON activates the front lights. When the switch is positioned to OFF, the front
lights are not lit.

2.1.3

OPERATING CONTROLS AND


INSTRUMENTS
20.

REAR LIGHTS SWITCH (Optional)

The REAR LIGHTS Switch located at the right bottom of the console panel. It is a two position ON/OFF switch
that when positioned to ON activates the rear lights. When the switch is positioned to OFF, to rear lights are not
lit.
22.

FILL LEVELING BLADE CONTROL (Optional)

The optional Fill Leveling Blade is located behind the Vibration and propulsion (Travel) Control. Moving the Fill
Leveling Blade Control backward towards the engine to the UP position, raises the blade. Moving the control
forward to the first detect (DOWN) positions the blade to the down position. Moving the control forward to the
last detent (FLOAT) allows the blade to float
23.

VIBRATING REED TACHOMETER (Optional)

The optional Vibrating Reed Tachometer is mounted to the lower left side of the operators console panel. The
tachometer indicates the machines drum vibration frequency at any given time.
24.

EMERGENCY SHUT OFF LEVER (Optional)

The optional emergency fuel shut off lever is mounted on the console weldment as shown. In case of any
emergency - depressing this lever will actuate the brakes and shutoff the engine.

2.1.4

OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
! WARNING
Unexpected machine motion or moving parts can cut or crush.
Install the articulation lock bar/lock pin, apply the parking brake and shut down the engine before
working on the machine.

! CAUTION
Improper maintenance can be hazardous.
Read and understand SAFETY PRECAUTIONS AND GUIDELINES before you perform any maintenance,
service or repairs.

SAFETY CHECKS-PRESTARTING
Before starting each day, in addition to the 10-hour daily routine maintenance, check or inspect the following
items to ensure trouble free performance.
1.

Check fluid lines, hoses, and fittings, filter openings, drain plugs, pressure cap, tyres, muffler, and
engine, safety rail, safety shrouds and the area underneath the machine for signs of leakage. Correct
the damage before operating the machine.

2.

Use the machines Routine Maintenance sections of this manual along with a Lubrication Chart to
perform any required fluid checks and/or maintenance.

3.

Inspect the entire machine for damaged or missing parts and repair or replace them as needed.

! WARNING
Fuel is flammable. May cause injury and property damage.
Shut down the engine, extinguish all open flames and do not smoke while filling the tank.
Always wipe up any spilled fuel.
5.

Check the fuel level, if necessary, fill the diesel fuel tank with clean No. 2 diesel fuel per the specifications outlined in. SECTION 3. FUEL AND LUBRICATION SPECIFICATIONS of this manual.

6.

Check the hydraulic oil level, if necessary, fill the reservoir with afresh, clean, anti-wear hydraulic oil as
specified in SECTION 3, FUEL AND LUBRICATION SPECIFICATIONS of this manual.

7.

Check the water level in the tank for the drum spray system (optional). If low, add clean water to the
tank.

8.

Check the electrolyte level in the battery. If necessary, add only clean, distilled water as instructed in
SECTION 3. 10 HOUR OR DAILY ROUTINE MAINTENANCE of this manual.

9.

DO NOT operate faulty equipment.

10.

Be observant of people and obstruction within the work area.

11.

Mount the compactor maintaining a three-point contact and seat yourself in an operators seat. Adjust
the seat to the desired position.

12.

Know the job site requirements, such as the number of required passes to achieve the desired density.

2.2.1

OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
START UP PROCEDURE
IF YOU ARE IN DOUBT OF THE OPERATION OF THIS COMPACTOR AFTER READING THIS PROCEDURE - SEE YOUR SUPERVISOR.
1.

Position yourself in the operators seat and fasten the seat belt if so equipped.

2.

Make sure the propulsion (TRAVEL) Control is in the N or Neutral position.

3.

Position the THROTTLE Control to the Idle RPM Position.

4.

Make sure the parking BRAKE Control is pulled out to the Applied position.

5.

Make sure the water system switches are turned to the OFF position. (If provided)

6.

Ensure that the Fuel Shut Off (if provided) and the Engine STOP Control (if provided) is pushed in.

! CAUTION
Starting aids are extremely flammable and may explode.
Avoid over loading the engine air intake system with high volatile fluid, which could result in a minor
explosion.

NOTE:
For cold weather starting, use starting aids as necessary, however, refer to the engine operators manual
before doing so.

NOTICE
Starter may overheat if operated longer than 30 seconds.
If engine does not start, allow the starter to cool for 2 to 3 minutes before trying again.
7.

Turn the Ignition Switch key to the extreme right or START position, and immediately release when the
engine starts. The switch will automatically return to the ON position. The Propulsion (TRAVEL) Control must be in the N or Neutral position for the engine to start.

8.

Make sure the Parking BRAKE Indicator is lit.

NOTE:
To prevent damage to the hydraulic components, warm up the hydraulic system oil before operating.

NOTICE
Incorrect oil pressure or temperature can cause engine damage.
If gauges do not display the proper readings, shut down the engine and correct the malfunction before operation.
9.

Continually monitor all instruments for proper operation.

NOTICE
Idling the engine unnecessarily for long periods of time wastes the fuel and fouls the injector nozzles.
Unburned fuel causes carbon formation; oil dilution; formation of lacquer or gummy deposits on the valves,
pistons and rings; and rapid accumulation of sludge in the engine.
Do not idle unnecessarily for long periods of time.

2.2.2

OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
10.

Allow the engine to run at slow throttle for a few minutes before normal operation. Never race the
engine during the warm up period.

COMPACTOR OPERATION
NOTE:

The speed of travel of a vibratory roller has a tremendous effect on the compaction results. As opposed to a
static roller where speed of travel matters very little to the compaction process, a vibratory roller needs dwell
time for each vibration to develop its potential.
This means that travel speed is of the utmost importance if maximum consolidation is to be accomplished.
Travel speeds of more than 4.83 km/hour (3mph) usually do not develop the compaction needed, in proportion
to the increased travel speed. On the other hand it is very easy to achieve over-compaction with multiple
passes over the same plot due to the efficiency of Ingersoll-Rand Compactors. STATICS SHOW THAT OVERCOMPACTION MAY ACTUALLY REDUCE FINAL DENSITY DUE TO MACHINE BOUNCE WHICH TENDS
TO BREAK DOWN THE ALREADY ACHIEVED DENSITY OVER-COMPACTION CAN ALSO LEAD TO EXCESSIVE WEAR ON YOUR UNIT IF IN DOUBT ABOUT THE PROPER COMPACTION TECHNIQUE, CONSULT YOUR INGERSOLL-RAND DISTRIBUTOR.

! CAUTION
Observe and read all safety rules. Remain seated at all times and avoid any passengers or bystanders.
Always exercise extreme caution when on a hill or bank. Downhill travel should be at a slow travel
speed.
After the engine has started and warmed up, the compactor is ready for operation in accordance with the
following procedure:
1.

Check the travel and work area for people and obstructions.

2.

Remove and stow the Articulation Lock Pin in its stowed position.

3.

Position the THROTTLE Control to the full Operating RPM Position.

! WARNING
Moving the propulsion control (F.N.R.) quickly may cause loss of machine control lurching or serious
injury. Move the propulsion control (RN.R.) slowly. Do not try to change speed if the machine is moving.
The machine must be on solid, level ground with the parking brake engaged.
Failure to do so could result in transmission damage and/or machine runaway.
4.

Position the Two-Speed Axle Control Switch to LOW position. The compactor is to be on solid, level
ground and the Parking BRAKE is to be in the Applied position. The HIGH speed is to be used only for
roading the compactor.

5.

Push the Parking BRAKE control inward to the Release position.

6.

Move the Propulsion (TRAVEL) Control to achieve the desired direction and safe speed of travel as
determined by the conditions. The further the control is moved from the N or Neutral position, the
greater the speed in that direction. Return the control to N or Neutral for normal braking.

7.

Once the compactor is in motion, move the Vibration Control to the desired eccentric rotation direction
and amplitude. The closer the control is to the N or Neutral position, the lower the frequency.

NOTE:
When the eccentrics are engaged/disengaged, or the direction of rotation is changed, there is a noise clunk
that will be heard. This is a normal condition and is caused by the eccentric weights changing position.

2.2.3

OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
SHUT-DOWN PROCEDURE

NOTE:
Every attempt should be made to stop movement of the compactor on a solid, level surface.
1.

Return the Vibration Control to the N or Neutral Position.

2.

Stop movement of the compactor by returning the Propulsion (TRAVEL) Control to the N or Neutral
position.

3.

Lower the fill Leveling Blade if the machine is so equipped.

! WARNING
Severe cutting or crushing injury.
On some machines during engine shut down, the blade lowers automatically.
Operator must ensure that the area around the blade is clear of personnel and obstructions prior to
engine shut down.
4.

Apply the parking BRAKE Control (PULL TO APPLY) by pulling it outward to the Applied position.

5.

Ensure that the High/Low speed toggle switch in the LOW speed position.

6.

Install the Articulation Lock Pin in its locked position.

NOTICE
Idling the engine unnecessarily for long periods of time wastes fuel and fouls injector nozzles.
Unburned fuel causes carbon formation; oil dilution; formation of lacquer or gummy deposits on the valves,
pistons and rings; and rapid accumulation of sludge in the engine.
Do not idle unnecessarily for long periods of time.
7.

Position the THROTTLE Control to the Idle RPM position. Allow the engine to idle for a few minutes to
avoid high internal heat rise and allow for heat dissipation.

8.

Turn the Ignition Switch to the OFF position. Ensure that the Engine STOP Control (if provided) and
the Fuel Shut Off (if provided) is pushed in.

9.

Check the machine to prevent it from moving.

10.

Fill the diesel fuel tank with clean No. 2. Diesel Fuel to prevent condensation in the tank.

11.

Lock all lockable compartments and remove the ignition key.

TOWING
In the event of an engine problem or other malfunction, it may become necessary to tow your compactor. To
tow the compactor requires disengaging the propulsion system and releasing the spring-applied brakes.

! CAUTION
Never transport the compactor unless the articulation lock bar/lock pin is in the locked position.
Towing the compactor is limited to oft the job site, into the transporter, off the transporter and into the
shop.

2.2.4

OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
The following paragraphs describe towing procedures.
Use the following procedure to disengage the propulsion system, release the spring applied
hydraulic brakes, on machines equipped with a Hurth axle and Series 90 propulsion pump.
The propulsion pump is designed with a bypass function that consists of two multifunction valve
cartridges used for disengagement of the propulsion system. Use the next three steps to disengage the propulsion system:
1.

Ensure that the Parking BRAKE Control is in the Applied position and the wheels/drums are
chocked.

2.

Gain access to the hex adjustments on the cartridges. Using a 1.1/16 wrench on the middle size
hex and a 1.1/4 wrench on the large hex to prevent cartridge rotation, rotate the middle hex 3
revolutions counter clockwise to open the bypass valve. Do not rotate more than 3 revolutions,
as additional rotation will generate external leakage. Refer to Figure 2.2

Figure 2.2 - Propulsion Pump with Bypass


3.

Locate the Propulsion (Travel) Control to the full Forward or Reverse position.

To release the brake use the following steps:


The Hurth axle are provided with a manual release brake system. To tow the Compactorand re-engage the
propulsion system, Use the following steps:
Step 4

Step 5

Manual emergency release

Tighten screws (25) so as to fasten them


onto the pressure plate.

Losen nut (24) of screws (25) provided for


the manual release of the braking units.
Then move the nuts backwards by approx.
8mm

2.2.5

OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
Step 6

Using a wrench, tighten the screws (25) in an


alternate sequence by 1/4 turn at a time so as
to compress the beleville washers (11) and
disengage the braking discs.
IMPORTANT : Tighten max. by one turn

ADJUSTMENT AFTER MANUAL RELEASE


Remove screws (25) complete with nuts and seals (26).
Replase seals (26), apply silicone based Tecno lupe/101
grease to the screws (25) and install all parts into the arm.
With the propulsion system disengaged and the parking brake
control "Released the compactor may be towed for a short
distance only. Tow at a max. speed of 60 meters per min.
only (A low walking pace).

Step 7
To Re-engage the propulsion system, gain access to the hex. adjustments on the cartridges and use the
wrenches as mentioned in step 2 above. However the middle size hex. is now rotated approximately by
3 revolutions clockwise until it seats. The hex. adjustments should then be torqued to 4.2 kgm. (30 ft.lbs)
Step 8

Step 9

Adjust screws (25) to obtain a jut of 34+0.5 mm in


relation to the arm.

Lock into position with nuts (24).


CAUTION! Hold screws (25) into position while
locking the nuts (24); after locking, check the jut
of screws (25) once more.

CHECKING WEAR AND REPLACING THE BRAKING DISKS


Step 1

Step 2

1
T1

bar
CHECKING WEAR
CAUTION! Perform operations on both arms.
Remove the oil-level plug (1).

2.2.6

GB

Introduce tool T1 between the disks and check shim "S".


Minimum size of "S": 4.5 mm.

OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS

Step 4

Step 3

P
3

bar

GB

GB

Remove screw (2) and safety plate (3).

ADJUSTING THE BRAKES


Connect an external pump to the union piece "P" of the negative
brake and introduc e a pressure of 15 30 bar to eliminate the
pressure of the Belleville washers (11).

Step 5

F1241074

GB
Turn the brake clearance adjustment pinion (4) clockwise and as
far as the limit stop.
Release pressure and disconnect the tubes.
NOTE. Remove the lower plug (5) and drain the oil.

2.2.7

FUEL AND LUBRICATION SPECIFICATIONS

GENERAL INFORMATION
Lubrication is an essential part of preventive maintenance, affecting to a great extent the useful life of the unit.
Different lubricants are needed and some components in the unit require more frequent lubrication than others. Therefore, it is important that the instructions regarding types of lubricants and the frequency of the
application be explicitly followed.
Periodic lubrication of the moving parts reduces to a minimum the possibility of mechanical failures.
The lubrication chart shows those items requiring regular services and the interval in which they should be
performed. Details concerning fuel, oil and other lubricants follow the lubrication chart; A regular service program should be geared to the items listed under each interval. On the following pages each item is listed in the
sequence in which lubrication and maintenance is to be performed. These intervals are based on average
operating conditions. In the event of extremely severe, dusty or wet operating conditions, more frequent lubrication than specified may be necessary.
Specific recommendations of brand and grade of lubrication are not made here due to regional availability,
operating conditions, and the continual development of improved products. Where question arise, refer to the
component manufacturers manual and a reliable supplier.
All oil levels are to be checked with the machine parked on a level surface and while the oil is cool, unless
otherwise specified.
On plug type check points, the oil levels are to be at the bottom edge of the check port.
All grease fittings are SAE STANDARD unless otherwise indicated. Grease non-sealed fittings until grease is
seen extruding from the fitting. 28 grams (One ounce) of EP-MPG equals one pump on a standard 0.45-kg
(one pound) grease gun.
Over lubrication on non-sealed fittings will not harm the fittings or components, but under lubrication will definitely lead to a shorter lifetime.
Unless otherwise indicated, items not equipped with grease fittings, such as linkages, pins, levers, etc. should
be lubricated with oil once a week. Motor oil, applied sparingly, will provide the necessary lubrication and help
prevent the formation of rust. An anti-Seize compound may be used if rust has not formed; otherwise the
component must be cleaned first.
Grease fittings that are worn and will not hold the grease gun, or those that have a stuck check ball, must be
replaced.
All filters and filter elements for air, fuel, engine oil, and hydraulic fluid must be obtained through IngersollRand. Ordering the recommended filters and elements as listed in the Parts Catalog will ensure the proper size
and filtration for the machine. Use only genuine Ingersoll-Rand replacement parts.
To prevent minor irregularities from developing into serious conditions that might involve shutdown and major
repairs, several other services or checks are recommended for the same intervals as the periodic lubrication.
The purpose of these services or checks, which require only a few minutes, is to ensure the uninterrupted and
safe operation of the unit by revealing the need for adjustment caused by normal wear.
Thoroughly wash all fittings, caps, plugs, etc. with non-flammable, non-toxic cleaning solution before servicing, to prevent dirt from entering while performing the service.
Lubricants must be at operating temperature when draining.
Visually check the entire unit in regard to capscrews, nuts and pins being properly secured. Spot-check several capscrews and nuts for proper torque. If any are found loose, a more thorough investigation must be
made.
This symbol represents and area where lubrication is required.

3.1.1

FUEL AND LUBRICATION SPECIFICATIONS

FLUID CAPACITIES
FLUID OIL

APPROXIMATE CAPACITY

DIESEL FUEL

265 L

HYDRAULIC OIL

200 L

MOTOR OIL (SAE20W40)


F6L912 ENGINE

12.4 L

GEAR OIL (POWER DRIVE)


TORQUE HUB
ISD100

1.9 L

ISD100D

2.7 L

ISD100F

3.8 L

ECCENTRIC

7.5 L

AXLE HOUSING (WHEEL &


PLANETORY HUB) AND TRANSFER
CASE
CARRIER

15 L (1.5 L PER SIDE)


1L

HYDRAULIC OIL REQUIREMENTS AND SPECIFICATIONS


The quantity of the hydraulic oil is important to the satisfactory performance of any hydraulic system. The oil
serves as the power transmission medium, system coolant and lubricant. Selection of the proper oil is essential to ensure system performance and life.

RECOMMENDED HYDRAULIC OIL

POWER COMPACT

DURING OIL CHANGE, DRAIN THE SYSTEM COMPLETELY


BEFORE REFILLING WITH NEW OIL

3.1.2

FUEL AND LUBRICATION SPECIFICATIONS

LUBRICATION POINTS

! CAUTION
IMPROPER MAINTENANCE CAN BE HAZARDOUS! UNDERSTAND MAINTENANCE SAFETY PRIOR TO
WORKING. CONSULT MACHINE MANUAL OR INGERSOLL-RAND DISTRIBUTOR.

3.1.3

FUEL AND LUBRICATION SPECIFICATIONS


SERVICE FUNCTIONS
S-CHECK
CHANGE
D-DRAIN
F-FILL
SERVICE
INTERVAL

10 hours
or daily

50 hours

100 hours
or Monthly

300 hours
or Quarterly

500 hours
or Half yearly

1000 hours
or Annually

3.1.4

REF. NO.

A-ADD

G-GREASE
CL-CLEAN

DESCRIPTION

F-TORQUE

AR-AS REQUIRED

C-

FTLH- FILL TO LEVEL HOLE


SERVICE

REMARKS

QUANTITY

Engine oil

S. A.

SAE 20W40

Fill to dipstick full


mark

2
3
4
5

Air cleaner
Fuel filter
Fuel tank
Water separator

S. CL
D
S. A.
S. D.

COLLECTED WATER
DIESEL FUEL

285L

5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13

Battery
Torque hub oil
Swivel & Cyl. pins
Center swivel
Tyre pressure
Hydraulic oil
Wheel nuts
Eccentric oil
Scal boot grease

S. A.
S. A.
G
G
S. A.
S. A.
S. T.
S. A.

DISTILLED WATER
POWER DRIVE
MPG-EP2 GREASE
MPG-EP2 GREASE
COMPRESSED AIR
POWER COMPACT
SEE OPR. MANUAL
POWER DRIVE
MPG-EP2 GREASE

AR
FLTH
3 SHOTS EACH
5 SHOTS
16 PSI
FILL - DIPSTICK FULL
380 FTLB
FTLH
SEE OPR. MANUAL

Shift linkage
Engine oil
Engine oil filter
Axle housing oil
Wheel end oil

G
D. F.
C
S. A.
S. A.

ENGINE OIL
SAE 20W40
SEE OPR. MANUAL
POWER DRIVE
POWER DRIVE

2 DROPS EACH
12.4 L

14
15
16
17
18

20
21
22
23

Axle housing breather


Hyd. tank breather
Fuel filter
Hydraulic filter

C. L.
C
C
C

SEE OPR. MANUAL


SEE OPR. MANUAL
SEE OPR. MANUAL
SEE OPR. MANUAL

24
25
26
28
29
30
31
32

Artl. vert. nuts


Eccentric oil
Axle housing oil
Wheel end oil
Brake end oil
Axle mounting bolts
Horizontal swivel nuts
Torque hub oil

S. T.
D. F.
D. F.
D. F.
D. F.
S. T.
S. T.
D. F.

850 FT.LB
POWER DRIVE
POWER DRIVE
POWER DRIVE
SEE OPR. MANUAL
SEE OPR. MANUAL

33
34
35

Carrier housing
Hydraulic oil
Suction strainer

D. F.
D. F.
C. L.

POWER DRIVE
POWER COMPACT
SEE OPR. MANUAL

POWER DRIVE

AS REQUIRED
FLTH

2
1
1
2

15 L MAX.
12.5 L MAX
1.5 L BOTH SIDES
SEE OPR. MANUAL
SEE OPR. MANUAL
1500 FT.LB
SEE OPR. MANUAL

0.5 L
200 L

HEALTH AND SAFETY INFORMATION

INTRODUCTION
This is provided to draw attention to the safe use of the substances mentioned in the manual.
The information, which was correct at the time of publication is not intended to be comprehensive and
further details can be obtained from the product manufacturers.

DIESEL FUEL
Description
Straw coloured clear liquid (sometimes dyed red) with a flash point of 60 C and a boiling point of 180 C.
Not soluble in water.
Storage Precautions
Store in a cool area.

Avoid sparks, flame or the build-up of static electricity.


Handling Precautions
This product contains polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PCAs).
Under conditions of poor personal hygiene and prolonged, repeated contacts , some PCAs have been
suspected as a cause of skin cancer in humans.
Prolonged, repeated skin contact may defat the skin resulting in possible irritation and dermatitis, hence oil
impervious gloves should always be worn. Good personal hygiene practices should always be followed.
Handle in a well ventilated area to avoid respiratory irritation which may lead to dizziness, nausea and loss
of consciousness. Use explosion proof equipment.
First-Aid Procedures
In case of eye contact-flush with water.

In case of skid contact - wash contact areas with soap and water.
Inhalation - remove from further exposure. If unconsciousness occurs, obtain IMMEDIATE medical attention or call an ambulance.
If breathing has stopped, use mouth-to-mouth resuscitation.
Ingestion - DO NOT INDUCE VOMITING.
Administer vegetable oil.
Obtain medical attention or call an ambulance.
Note to Physician : Material, if aspirated into the lungs may cause chemical pneumonitis. Gastric lavage
should only be given after endotracheal intubation.
Treat appropriately.
Spillage procedures
Absorb on fire retardant treated sawdust, diatomaceous earth, etc.
Shovel up and dispose of at an appropriate licensed waste disposal site in accordance with current applicable laws and regulations and product characteristics at time of disposal.
Fire-Fighting Procedures
Flash point : 60 C
Extinguishing media : Foam, dry powder, CO2, Halon (BCF) and water fog.

3.1.5

HEALTH AND SAFETY INFORMATION

Special procedures : Use water to keep fire exposed containers cool.


If a leak or spill has not ignited, use water spray to disperse the vapours and to protect men attempting to
stop leak.
Water spray may be used to flush spills away from exposures.
For fires in enclosed areas, fire fighters MUST use self-contained breathing apparatus.
Prevent run-off from fire control or dilution from entering waterways or drinking water supply.
Waste Disposal
Product is suitable for burning in an enclosed controlled burner or disposal by supervised incineration. Such
burning may be limited by the controlling authority. Product can be disposed of at an appropriate licensed
waste disposal site. Use of these methods is subject to user compliance with applicable laws and regulations and consideration of product characteristics at the time of disposal.

GREASE
Description
Coloured lithium complex grease with an operating range from -20 C to 150 C. Not soluble in water.
Storage Precautions
Keep away from children
Do not store in open or unlabeled containers.
Handling Precautions
No special precautions are required beyond normal care and good hygiene practices.
First Aid procedures
In case of eye contact-flush with water for 15 minutes. If irritation persists, obtain medical attention. In case
of excessive skin contact- wash contact areas with soap and water.
Ingestion - DO NOT INDUCE VOMITING. If more than half litre (1 pint) is ingested, or if uncomfortable,
obtain medical attention.
Spillage Procedures
Scrape up and remove to chemical disposal area or incinerate.
Fire Fighting Procedures
Extinguishing media : Carbon Dioxide, dry chemical or foam.
Fire fighters should use self-contained breathing apparatus.

Waste Disposal
Product is suitable for burning in an enclosed controlled burner or disposal by supervised incineration. Such
burning may be limited by the controlling authority. Product can be disposed of at an appropriate licensed
waste disposal site. Use of these methods is subject to user compliance with applicable laws and regulations and consideration of product characteristics at the time of disposal.

3.1.6

HEALTH AND SAFETY INFORMATION

HYDRAULIC OIL, ENGINE AND GEAR OILS, COMPRESSOR OILS AND ROCK
DRILL OILS
Description
Blended from solvent refined mineral oils, viscosity index improvers, anti-wear agents, detergents and special friction modifiers.
Storage precautions
Keep away from children.
Do not store in open or unlabeled containers.
Handling Precautions
No special precautions are needed beyond normal care and good hygiene practices.
First Aid Procedures
In case of eye contact-flush with water for 15 minutes. If irritation persists, obtain medical attention. In case
of excessive skin contact- wash contact areas with soap and water. Ingestion - DO NOT INDUCE VOMITING. If more than half litre (1 pint) is ingested, or if uncomfortable, obtain medical attention.
Spillage Procedures
Absorb on sand or diatomaceous earth, etc. Shovel up and remove to chemical disposal area or incinerate.
Fire fighting Procedures
Extinguishing media : Carbon dioxide, dry chemical or foam.
Fire fighters should use self-contained breathing apparatus.
Waste Disposal
Product should be disposed of in accordance with the relevant regulations for the time being in force.

BATTERIES
Description
Lead - Acid battery which has inorganic compound of lead electrolite (water and sulfuric acid as the primery
component.
Storage and handling precautions
Store batteries under roof in cool, dry, well ventilated areasseparated from incompatible materials and activities that may create flames, spark or heat. Keep away from metallic objects that could bridge the terminals of the battery and create dangerous short circuit. handle carefully and avoid tipping. There is a possible
risk of electric shock from charging equipment, whether or not being charged. Shut-off power to chargers
whenever not in use and before detachment of any circuit connections. Batteries being charged will generate and release flammable hydrogen gas. Charging space should be well ventilated. Keep battery vent caps
in position. Prohibit smoking and avoid creation of flames and sparks nearby. Wear face and eye protection
when near battries being charged.
EMERGENCY AND FIRST AID PROCEDURES
Inhalation:
Ingestion:

Electrolyte: Remove to fresh air immediately. If breathing is difficult, give oxygen.


Lead compounds: Remove from exposure, gargle, wash nose and lips; consult physician.
Electrolyte: Give large quantities of water; do not induce vomiting; consult physician.
Lead compounds: Consult physician immediately.

3.1.7

HEALTH AND SAFETY INFORMATION


Skin:

Eyes:

Electrolyte: Flush with large amounts of water for at least 15 minutes; remove contaminated
clothing completely, including shoes.
Lead compounds: Wash immediately with soap and water.
Electrolyte and Lead compounds: Flush immediately with large amounts of water for at least
15 minutes; consult physician immediately.

Spillage Procedures
Absorb on sand or earth, etc. Do not use combustible materials. If possible, carefully neutralize spilled
electrolite with soda ash, sodium bicarbonate, lime etc. Wear acid-resistant clothing, boots, gloves and face
shield. Do not allow discharge of un-neutralised acid to sewer. Neutralised acid must be managedin accordance with government procedures.
Fire fighting Procedures
Extinguishing media : Carbon dioxide, dry chemical or foam.
Fire fighters should use self-contained breathing apparatus. Beware of acid splatter and wear protecting
clothings. If batteries are on charge, shut off power to the charging equipment. Note that strings of series
connected batteries may still pose risk of electric shock even when charging equipment is shut down.
Waste Disposal
It is the responsibility of the consumer to ensure that used batteries are not disposed of in any manner other
than deposing with the dealer, manufacturer or manufacturer's authorised collection centers.

3.1.8

DATA SHEET
IR POWER COMPACT
1.

2.

Identification of the substance/preparation & of the Company/Undertaking


Product Name
Product Code
Application
Company
Address

:
:
:
:
:

Telephone

Composition/ Information on Ingredients


Composition
Hazardous Ingredients

3.

Castrol IR Power Compact


0884
Hydraulic System Lubricant
Castrol India Limited
3rd Floor, Vaswani Chambers,
264/265, Dr. Annie Besant Road,
Worli. Mumbai - 400025.
Ph:022-4622828
Fax:022-4622900

:
:

Highly refined mineral oil and anti wear additives


This product does not contain any ingredients
classified as Hazardous All constituents of this product
do not form part of the list of Hazardous Material as per
Government regulations.

Hazards Identification
This product is not classified as hazardous.

4.

5.

6.

First Aid Measures


Eyes

Skin

Inhalation
Ingestion

:
:

Irrigate immediately with copious quantities of water for


several minutes. Obtain medical attention in case irritation
Occurs.
Wash immediately with soap and water or with a suitable
skin Cleanser. Remove any contaminated clothing.
Obtain medical attention if irritation persists.
Remove from exposure
Obtain medical attention - wash out mouth with water

Fire Fighting Measures


Suitable Extinguishing Media

Special Exposure Hazards


Special Protective Equipment

:
:

Carbon Dioxide, powder, foam or water fog.


Do not use water jets.
None
None

Accidental Release Measures


Personal Precautions
Environmental Precautions
Decontamination Procedures

:
:
:

Spilled product presents a slip hazard


Prevent entry into drains, sewers and water courses
Soak up with inert absorbent or contain and remove by
best available means.

3.1.9

DATA SHEET
IR POWER COMPACT

7.

8.

9.

Handling & Storage


Handling

Storage

Exposure Controls/ Personal Protection


Occupational Exposure Limits
Substance
Mineral Oil (see oil mist)
Engineering Control Measures

Personal Protective Equipment

:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:

Liquid
Pale Yellow
mild
Not applicable
Above 200 deg C
Below Zero
Not determined
Below 1
Insoluble

:
:
:
:

Will not polymerize


Avoid moisture
Not determined
None

Stability & Reactivity


Stability
Conditions to avoid
Materials to avoid
Hazardous Decomposition Products

11.

8 hrs TWA
STEL
5 mg/m3
10 mg/m3
Mechanical measures to minimize
exposure must take precedence over personal protective
measures Local exhaust ventilation is recommended.
Safety glasses. Impervious gloves (e g PVC)
Plastic Apron. Change contaminated clothing immediately
and clean before reuse.

Physical & Chemical Properties


Physical State
Colour
Odour
pH
Flash Point, C
Pour Point, C
Auto Ignition
Relative Density at 29.5degC
Water Solubility

10.

Repeated or prolonged contact with lubricants and


industrial oils should be avoided in order to lessen the
possibility of skin disorders. It is essential that all who
come in contact with lubricants and industrial oils maintain
high standards of personal hygiene.
Store in a cool dry place. Not classified as a dangerous
good. No significant hazard.

Toxicological Information

The following toxicological information is based on knowledge of the toxicity of the products components.
Expected oral LD50, rat (g/kg) and expected dermal LD50, rabbit (g/kg) has not been determined Not classified
as an eye or skin irritant.

3.1.10

DATA SHEET
IR POWER COMPACT

12.

13.

Health Effects :
On Eyes
On skin
By Inhalation

:
:
:

By Ingestion
Chronic

:
:

May cause transient irritation.


Irritation
Mist and vapors may cause irritation to nose and
respiratory tract.
May cause nausea, vomiting and diarrhea
Repeated and prolonged skin contact may cause skin
disorders.

Ecological Information
Environmental Assessment

Mobility
Persistence and degradability
Bio accumulative potential
Eco toxicity

:
:
:
:

May cause ecological damage in aquatic systems And


must be used and disposed in accordance with The
recommendations made in this safety data sheet.
Mobile liquid. Not emulsifiable in water
Inherently non biodegradable.
Not determined
Not determined

Disposal Considerations
Disposal must be in accordance with local and national legislation.
Unused Product
:
Dispose off thorough an authorized waste contractor to
a licensed site.
Used/ Contaminated Product
:
Used product to be disposed off through an authorized
waste contractor.
For further information see Section 16.
Packaging
:
May be disposed off through an authorized waste
Contractor. Can be suitably cleaned and recycled.

14.

Transport Information
This product is not classified as dangerous for transport

15.

Regulatory Information
Hazard Label Data

16.

This product is not classified as dangerous for


supply in India.

Other Information
The data and the advice given apply when the product is sold for the stated application
or applications. The product is not sold as suitable for any other application. Use of the
product for applications other than as stated in this sheet may give rise to risks
mentioned in this sheet.
You should not use the product other than for the stated application or applications
without seeking advice from us

3.1.11

DATA SHEET
IR POWER COMPACT
If you have purchased the product for supply to a third party for use at work, it is your
duty to take all necessary steps to secure that any person handling or using this product
is provided with all the information in this sheet.
If you an employer, it is your duty to tell your employees and other who may be
affected of any hazard described in this sheet and of any precautions which should be
taken.

3.1.12

DATA SHEET
IR POWER DRIVE
1.

2.

Identification of the substance/preparation & of the Company/Undertaking


Product Name
Product Code
Application
Company
Address

:
:
:
:
:

Telephone

Composition/ Information on Ingredients


Composition
Hazardous Ingredients

3.

CASTROL IR POWER DRIVE


0889
Gear Oil
Castrol India Limited.
3rd Floor, Vaswani Chambers,
264/265, Dr. Annie Besant Road,
Worli. Mumbai - 400025.
Ph:022-4622828
Fax: 022-4622900

:
:

Highly refined base oil and additives.


None

Hazards Identification
This product is NOT classified as hazardous.

4.

5.

6.

First Aid Measures


Eyes

Skin

Inhalation
Ingestion

:
:

Irrigate immediately with copious


quantities of water for several minutes.
Wash thoroughly with soap and water or
with a suitable skin Cleanser as soon as
possible.
Remove from exposure
Obtain medical attention - Do not induce
vomiting

Fire Fighting Measures


Suitable Extinguishing Media

Special Exposure Hazards


Special Protective Equipment

:
:

Carbon Dioxide, powder, foam or water fog.


Do not use water jets.
None
None

Accidental Release Measures


Personal Precautions
Environmental Precautions
Decontamination Procedures

:
:
:

Spilled product presents a slip hazard


Prevent entry into drains, sewers and water courses.
Soak up with inert absorbent or contain
and remove by best available means.

3.1.13

DATA SHEET
IR POWER DRIVE

7.

8.

9.

Handling & Storage


Handling

Storage

Exposure Controls/ Personal Protection


Occupational Exposure Limits
Substance
Mineral Oil (see oil mist)

Engineering Control Measures


Personal Protective Equipment

:
:

None.
Avoid skin and eye contact. Safety glasses.
Impervious gloves (e. g. PVC). Plastic apron. Change
contaminated clothing and clean before reuse.

:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:

Liquid
Amber
Mild
Not applicable
17.2
Above 240
Below Zero
Not determined
Below 1
Insoluble
Not determined

:
:
:

Stable, Will not polymerize.


Strong oxidising agents
None

3.1.14

STEL
10 mg/m3.

Stability & Reactivity


Stability
Materials to avoid
Hazardous Decomposition Products

11.

8 hrs TWA
5 mg/m3

Physical & Chemical Properties


Physical State
Colour
Odour
pH
Kin Visc at 100C (cSt)
Flash Point, (COCC)
Pour Point, C
Auto ignition
Rel Density (at 29.5C)
Water Solubility
Fat Solubility

10.

To Avoid the possibility of skin disorders,repeated


or prolonged contact with products of this type must
be avoided. It is essential to maintain a high standard
of personal hygiene.
Never leave a container unsealed.

Toxicological Information Not determined


Health Effects
On Eyes
On skin

:
:
:

By Inhalation

By Ingestion

May cause transient irritation.


Irritant in case of prolonged exposure.
Unlikely to cause harm on brief or
occasional contact.
Low volatility makes inhalation unlikely at
ambient temperatures.
May cause nausea, vomiting and
diarrhoea

DATA SHEET
IR POWER DRIVE
Chronic

12.

13.

Repeated and prolonged skin contact may


cause skin disorders.

Environmental Assessment

Mobility
Persistence and degradability
Bioaccumulative potential
Ecotoxicity

:
:
:
:

The product must be disposed off in accordance with


the recommendations ofthe local statutory body.
Mobile liquid. Not soluble in water. Non volatile.
Not readily biodegradable.
Bioaccumulation is unlikely to be significant.
Not expected to be toxic to aquatic organisms Not
expected to inhibitory to sewage bacteria

Ecological Information

Disposal Considerations
Disposal must be in accordance with local and national legislation.
Unused Product
:
May be sent for reclamation.
Used/Contaminated Product
:
Used product to be disposed off through an
authorized waste contractor to a licensed site. May
be incinerated.
Packaging
:
May be disposed off through an authorised waste
Contractor. May be steam cleaned and recycled.

14.

Transport Information

This product is NOT classified as dangerous for transport in India.

15.

Regulatory Information
Hazard Label Data

16.

This product is not classified as dangerous


for supply in India.

Other Information
The data and the advice given apply when the product is sold for the stated application
or applications. The product is not sold as suitable for any other application. Use of the
product for applications other than as stated in this sheet may give rise to risks
mentioned in this sheet.
You should not use the product other than for the stated application or applications
without seeking advice from us.
If you have purchased the product for supply to a third party for use at work, it is your
duty to take all necessary steps to secure that any person handling or using this product
is provided with all the information in this sheet.
If you an employer, it is your duty to tell your employees and other who may be
affected of any hazard described in this sheet and of any precautions which should be
taken.

3.1.15

BATTERY MATERIAL DATA SHEET

MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET FOR BATTERY

Material Safety Data Sheet


Exide Industries Limited
59E Chowringhee Road
Calcutta-700 020.
MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET
DATE

Jan 2002 ISSUED BY

PRODUCT NAME

Phone#

Arun Mittal

91-33-2871005

LEAD-ACID BATTERIES

HAZARDOUS COMPONENT
COMPONENT

%WEIGHT

Lead(Pb, PbO2, PbSO4)

about 70%

Sulfuric Acid

about 20%

TLV

LD 50

LD 50

LD 50

ORAL

INHALATION

CONTACT

(500) mg/kg
(2,140)
mg/kg

1mg/m3

PHYSICAL DATA
COMPONENT

Lead

DENSITY

MELTING POINT

SOLUBILITY ORDER

(Boiling)

IN WATER
None

None

APPEARANCE

11.34

327.4 degrees C

Lead Sulfate

6.2

1070 degrees C

Lead Dioxide

9.4

290 degrees C

None

None

Brown Powder

Sulfuric Acid

about 1.3

about 114 degrees C

100%

Acidic

Clear Colorless
Liquid

40 mg/l (15
None
C)

Silver-Gray Metal
White Powder

FLAMMABILITY DATA
COMPONENT

FLASHPOINT

EXPLOSIVE LIMIT

Lead

None

None

Sulfuric Acid

None

None

Hydrogen

3.1.16

4% - 74.2%

COMMENTS

Sealed batteries can emit

BATTERY MATERIAL DATA SHEET

hydrogen only if over charged.


(float voltage > 2.40 VPC)

REACTIVITY DATA
COMPONENT

STABILITY

DECOMPOSITION PRODUCTS

Sulfuric Acid

Stable at all temperatures

Sulfuric dioxide, trioxide, hydrogen sulfide, hydrogen

INCOMPATIBILITY

POLYMERIZATION

Reactive metals, strong bases, most organic


compounds

Will not polymerize

CONDITIONS TO
AVOID:

Prohibit smoking, sparks, flames, etc. from battery charging area. Avoid mixing acid with
other chemicals.

HEALTH HAZARD DATA


LEAD
The toxic effects of lead are cumulative and slow to appear. It affects the kidneys, reproductive organs and
central nervous system. The symptoms of lead overexposure are anemia, vomiting, headaches, stomach
pains (lead colic), dizziness, loss of appetite, muscle and joint pain. Exposure to lead from a battery most
often occurs during lead reclamation operations through the breathing or ingestion of lead dust and/or fumes.
***This sheet must be passed to any scrap dealer or smelter when the battery is resold.
SULFURIC ACID
Sulfuric acid is highly corrosive. Contact can cause severe burns in the skin and eyes. Ingestion of sulfuric
acid will cause GI track burns. Exposure to sulfuric acid may occur if the battery case has been damaged or
the vents have been tampered with.

SPILL OR LEAK PROCEDURES


STEPS TO TAKE IN CASE OF LEAK OR SPILL
If sulfuric acid is spilled from a battery, neutralize the acid with sodium bicarbonate (baking soda), sodium
bicarbonate (soda ash), or calcium oxide (lime). Flush the area with water and it is acceptable to discard the
neutralized acid in the sewage system.
***Do not allow unneutralized acid in to the sewage system.
WASTE DISPOSAL METHOD
Neutralized acid may be discarded in the sewage system. Spent batteries must be treated as hazardous
waste and disposed of in accordance with Local, State, and Federal regulations.

3.1.17

BATTERY MATERIAL DATA SHEET

SAFETY DATA
ELECTRICAL
Due to the battery's low internal resistance and high power density, high levels of short circuit current can
develop across the battery terminals. Do not rest tools or cables on the battery. Use insulated tools only.
Follow all installation instructions and diagrams when installing or maintaining a battery system.
CONDITION TO AVOID
Prohibit smoking, sparks, flames, etc., from battery charging area. Avoid mixing acid with other chemicals.
PROTECTION
EXPOSURE SITE

PROTECTION

COMMENTS

Skin

Rubber gloves, Apron

Respiratory

Respirator (for lead)

Eyes

Safety goggles, Face shield

Protective equipment must be worn if the


battery is cracked or otherwise damaged. A
respirator should be worn during lead
reclamation operations if the TLV is
exceeded.

FIRST AID
SULFURIC ACID
SKIN CONTACT

Flush with water. See a physician if the contact area is large or if blister occur.

EYE CONTACT

Call a physician immediately. Flush with water until medical help arrives.

INGESTION

Call a physician immediately. If patient is conscious, flush mouth with water, have the
patient drink milk or sodium bicarbonate solution.

***Do not give anything to an unconscious person.

REGULATORY INFORMATION
SCHEDULE:

II

LIST: II

CLASS: 8

DESCRIPTION:

BATTERIES, Fluid Acid,

DOT
REGULATION:

Class 60

DESCRIPTION:

BATTERIES, NON-HAZARDOUS, NON-SPILLABLE

3.1.18

PACKING GROUP: III

INITIAL BREAK-IN MAINTENANCE

! WARNING
UNEXPECTED MACHINE MOTION OR MOVING PARTS CAN CUT OR CRUSH.
INSTALL THE ARTICULATION LOCK BAR/LOCK PIN, APPLY THE PARKING BRAKE
AND SHUT DOWN THE ENGINE BEFORE WORKING ON THE MACHINE.

! CAUTION
Read and understand SECTION 1 - SAFETY PRECAUTIONS AND GUIDELINES
before performing any maintenance, service or repairs.

GENERAL
Any new equipment requires an initial modification of the maintenance schedule to properly break in the
various systems and component units. Perform this one time initial break-in maintenance after 50 to 100 hours
of operation IN ADDITION TO the 10 hour, 50 to 100 hour maintenance tasks, which are described on the
following pages. After this initial phase, the regular intervals should be followed.
TORQUE HUB OIL
Change the oil. For the procedure, refer the SECTION 3-500 HOUR OR SEMI-ANNUAL ROUTINE MAINTENANCE.
ECCENTRIC OIL
Change the oil. For the procedure, refer the SECTION 3-500 HOUR OR SEMI-ANNUAL ROUTINE MAINTENANCE.
AXLE HOUSING OIL
Change the oil. For the procedure, refer the SECTION 3- 500 HOUR OR SEMI-ANNUAL ROUTINE MAINTENANCE.
ARTICULATION JOINT VERTCAL NUTS
Torque the two nuts to 118 Kgm (850 lb.-fl). For the procedure, refer to SECTION 3- 500
HOUR OR SEMI ANNUAL ROUTINE MAINTENANCE.
HORIZONTAL SWIVEL NUT
Torque the nut to 207 Kgm (1500 lb.-if). For the procedure, refer the SECTION 3 - 500 HOUR OR SEMIANNUAL ROUTINE MAINTENANCE
AXLE MOUNTING BOLTS
In Rockwell axle, torque nuts to 64 Kgm (460 lb.-fl). For the procedure, refer the SECTION 3- 500 HOUR OR
SEMI-ANNUAL ROUTINE MAINTENANCE.

3.2.1

10 HOURS OR DAILY MAINTENANCE


! WARNING
Unexpected machine motion or moving parts can cut or crush.
Install the articulation lock bar/lock pin, apply the parking brake and shut down the engine before
working on the machine.

! CAUTION
Improper maintenance can be hazardous.
Read and under stand SECTION 1 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS AND GUIDELINES before you perform any
maintenance, service or repairs.
ENGINE OIL
Check the engine oil level at the start of each day and maintain it to full mark on the dipstick.
Refer Figure 3.2, If low, fill the crankcase with SAE 20 W 40 CD (MIL-2104) weight oil for normal operating
conditions year round.

Figure 3.2 Engine oil Dipstick and Fill


AIR CLEANER
The air cleaner is the dry type with replaceable elements. Refer to Figure 6. It helps prolong the engines life by
preventing contaminants from being drawn into the intake manifold; it must be cleaned as often as dirt builds
up to prevent air restriction.
There is an air cleaner restriction indicator located on the air transfer tubing. The indicator will show a red
signal to indicate when the air cleaner is plugged and must be cleaned or replaced.
After servicing the element, be sure to reset the indicator by pushing the button on the bottom of the unit.
Dust passing the air cleaner, even through small holes, can cause rapid engine wear. Ensure all connections
between the air cleaner and the engine are tight and sealed. If these connections are well sealed, and there is
still evidence of dust leakage, check the following places for possible trouble.
NOTE
Dust that gets by the air cleaner system can often be detected by looking for dust streaks on the air transfer
tubing or just inside the intake manifold inlet.
1.

Inspect the air cleaner outlet tube for damage.

3.3.1

10 HOURS OR DAILY MAINTENANCE


2.

Make sure the element gasket washer is not damaged, and the washers rubber face seals against the
element.

3.

Inspect the element gasket for damage.

4.

Check for structural failures. Any damaged parts must be replaced.

Figure 3.3 Air Cleaner


AIR FILTER ELEMENT REPLACEMENT

! CAUTION
Engine damage. Raw, unfiltered air can cause engine damage.
Never service the air cleaner while the engine is running.
The following procedure should be used when replacing the air cleaner element.
1.

Clean exterior of the filters housing.

2.

Loosen the bolt on the clamp band and remove the clamp band and dust cup.

3.

Remove the thumbscrew and washer, then withdraw the main element.

4.

Use a damp cloth to wipe out all excess dust inside of air cleaner housing, similarly clean the dust cup.

5.

CLEAN THE ELEMENT WITH CLEAN DRY COMPRESSED AIR USING THE PROCEDURE GIVEN
BELOW (element cleaning). Replace the element after 300 hrs. or every 3 months whichever comes
first.

Direct a clean jet of compressed air at not more than 3.5 kg/cm2 (50 psi) at an angle of 45 deg. on the outside
element.

NOTE: EXCESSIVE AIR PRESSURE CAN DAMAGE THE ELEMENT


Move the air jet up and down along the pleats slowly rotating the element, until no more dust is being removed.
Do not rupture the element with nozzle or air jet.
6.

Inspect all parts of the intake system and air cleaner.

7.

Mark the No. of services to the main element on the end of the safety element. The safety element
should be replaced at least every three (3) replacement of the main element.

NOTE: Safety element should not be cleaned and reused.


8.

Install the cleaned or new element into the air cleaner body, securing it with the washer and thumbscrew.

9.

Install the dust cup on the air cleaner body, ensuring that the arrows are pointing upwards. Secure with
the clamp band and tighten with the clamp bolt.

3.3.2

10 HOURS OR DAILY MAINTENANCE


PRECLEANER
The precleaner should be cleaned, to remove the accumulated dust, after each days work, when the engine is
stopped. This cleaning can be done by removing the top cover of the precleaner.
INSPECTION
Element
After cleaning the element (Figure 10), inspect it for damage. Look for dust on the clean air side, the slightest
rupture, or damaged gaskets. A good method to use to detect ruptures in the element is to place a light inside
the element and look toward the light from the outside. Any size hole in the element will allow dust to pass to
the engine and cause unnecessary engine wear. Element replacement is recommended if holes are evident.
Air Cleaner Body
Before installing the air cleaner element, remove any foreign material (leaves, lint, or other foreign matter) that
may have collected inside the air cleaner body. Inspect the inside of the body for dents or other damage. Any
damage or foreign material may interfere with the airflow and the fins on the element. Repair any body dents
being careful not to damage the sealing surfaces.
Vacuator Valve.
The vacuator valve is designed to expel loose dust and dirt accumulation from the air cleaner body. Refer to
Figure 3.3. This helps to extend the service life of the air cleaner element. The valve lips must point straight
down to operate effectively, and must be kept free from debris. Periodically, mud and chaff can lodge in these
lips and hold them open during engine operation.
Check the condition of the valve and lips frequently and keep them clean. The valve lips should be open only
when the engine is shut down or running at low idle speed. If the valve is turned inside out, check for a clogged
air cleaner inlet. Malfunction of this valve does allow the element to get dirty faster reducing service life. If a
valve is lost or damaged, replace it with a new valve of the same part number.

Figure 3.4 Vacuator Valve


Duct work
The following steps should be used to inspect and check the status of the ductwork.
1.

Check the intake pipe cap and screen for accumulation of leaves, trash, and other debris that could
restrict airflow. Repair the screen or replace the cap if any holes are found in the screen.

2.

Check all mounting hardware for security to eliminate possible vibration of intake piping. Such vibration leads to early failure of hoses, clamps, and mounting parts, and can cause hoses to slip off the
connecting pipes, allowing unfiltered air into the engine air intake.

3.

Check all hoses for cracks, chafing or deterioration, and replace at the first sign of probable failure.

3.3.3

10 HOURS OR DAILY MAINTENANCE


BATTERY

! WARNING
Batteries contain an acid and can cause injury.
Battery fumes can ignite and explode. Skin and eye contact with the battery fluid can cause injury.
Do not smoke when observing battery fluid level. Avoid skin and eye contact with the battery fluid. If
contact occurs, flush area immediately with water.
The battery is located under the seat and is accessible by tilting the seat forward on the seat mounting plate.

! WARNING
Batteries give off fumes, batteries can explode.
Be sure that the battery area is well ventilated (clear of fumes) should it become necessary to connect
a jump battery or charger.
Do not smoke or use an open flame near a battery.
Check that electrolyte level is to the full indicator and add clean, distilled water, if required.
Use a battery hydrometer to measure the specific gravity in each cell.
FUEL TANK
The diesel tank with cap is located on the right rear section of the compactor. The total usable fuel capacity is
264 liters (70 gallons). To prevent moisture condensation, fill the tank at the end of each working day. If the fuel
tank must be drained, use the drain plug on the bottom of the tank.
ENGINE BELTS
Check belts for wear, breaks, cracks, or other damage. Replace the belts if necessary. If the belt is loose on the
engine, refer to SECTION 3 - ROUTINE ADJUSTMENTS, and make adjustment.
HYDRAULIC OIL

NOTICE
Dirt in the hydraulic system will lead to premature component failure.
A clean, contaminant-free system is extremely important to the machines proper function.
Take extra care when working around or on the hydraulic system to ensure its complete cleanliness.
Since the reservoir supplies oil for the units hydraulic system, it is essential that the hydraulic oil level be
checked daily or every 10 hours. Maintain a full level of hydraulic oil in the reservoir at all times. Hydraulic oil
specifications are described SECTION 3- FUEL
AND LUBRICATION SPECIFICATIONS and proper oil change procedures are described in SECTION 3 FUEL AND LUBRICATION SPECIFICATIONS AND SECTION 3- 1000 HOUR OR ANNUAL ROUTINE MAINTENANCE of this manual.
The fill cap has a dipstick included. The fill cap is located on the top of the tank, which is on the right side of the
machine. A drain plug is provided on the bottom of the tank. Ensure that the tank is filled with clean hydraulic
oil from previously unopened containers, first filtering the oil through a 10-micron filter. Refer to Figure 15.
DRUM
Perform a daily visual examination to ensure that the face of the drum is free of any material.

3.3.4

10 HOURS OR DAILY MAINTENANCE


DRUM SCRAPER
Check the drum scraper to ensure it is not damaged and that it is properly adjusted.
ENGINE CLEANING
The engine should be cleaned daily with air pressure. Make sure that all dust or other contaminants are
removed from the engine cylinders, oil coolers and cooling fins. Refer to SECTION 3 - 100 HOUR OR MONTHLY
ROUTINE MAINTENANCE for the proper procedure.

3.3.5

50 HOURS OR WEEKLY
ROUTINE MAINTENANCE
! WARNING
UNEXPECTED MACHINE MOTION OR MOVING PARTS CAN CUT OR CRUSH.
INSTALL THE ARTICULATION LOCK BAR/LOCK PIN, APPLY THE PARKING BRAKE
AND SHUT DOWN THE ENGINE BEFORE WORKING ON THE MACHINE.

! CAUTION
Read and understand SECTION 1 - SAFETY PRECAUTIONS AND GUIDELINES
before performing any maintenance, service or repairs.

WHEEL NUTS
Check that the wheel nuts are torqued to the proper value. Machines with Rockwell axle installed, the wheel
nuts should be torqued to 49 kg-mt. If the wheel nuts have been recently installed, the wheel has to be checked
more often until they seat properly. Refer to figure 3.5.

Figure 3.5 Wheel Nuts


HORIZONTAL CENTER SWIVEL PIN
Lubricate through the one fitting using five (5) shots of MPG-EP2 grease. Refer to Figure 3.6.

Figure 3.6 Horizontal Center Swivel Pin.

3.4.1

50 HOURS OR WEEKLY
ROUTINE MAINTENANCE
ARTICULATION JOINT VERTICAL SWIVEL PINS
Lubricate through each of the two fittings with three (3) shots of MPG-EP2 grease. Refer to Figure 3.7.

Figure 3.7 Vertical Swivel Pins


STEER CYLINDER PINS
Lubricate through each of the four fittings with three (3) shots of MPG-EP2 grease. There is one fitting at the
rod end and one fitting at the base end of cylinder. Refer to Figure 3.8.

Figure 3.8 Steer Cylinder Pins


TORQUE HUB OIL
There are two plugs on the torque hub located 90 apart. To check the oil in the drum torque hub, follow the
steps as discussed below. For the locations of the plugs Refer to Figures 3.9 and 3.10

Figure 3.9 Torque Hub Oil

3.4.2

Figure 3.10 Torque Hub and Eccentric


Plug Locations

50 HOURS OR WEEKLY
ROUTINE MAINTENANCE
1.

Position the torque hub so that the plugs are in the 12 0' clock /3 0' clock or the 12 0' clock /9 0' clock
position.

2.

Remove both plugs arid if oil is required, add oil through the 12 0 clock port until oil flows from the
lower port. Refer to SECTION 3 - FUEL AND LUBRICATION SPECIFICATIONS for the proper oil
specification.

3.

Allow the oil to stop flowing from the lower port.

4.

Install and tighten the plugs.

5.

Operate the machine and check for any leaks.

ECCENTRIC OIL
The eccentric bearings are splash lubricated with oil, which is contained in the eccentric housings located on
both ends of the drum. Ensure that the unit is level prior to checking the oil. Use the following procedure, to
check the oil. Refer to Figures 3.10 and 3.11

Figure 3.11 Eccentric Oil Plugs


1.
Rotate the drum until the index, on the inside diameter of the drum shell, is at the 12 0' clock position.
At this point, the filler plug is uppermost and the oil level plug is opposite, slightly below center line. Ensure that
the machine is on level ground.
2.
Remove the plugs and if oil is required, add oil as per the specifications in SECTION 6 - FUEL AND
LUBRICATION SPECIFICATIONS of this manual. Fill through the upper port until oil flows from the lower port.
3.

Allow the oil to stop flowing from the lower port.

4.

Clean, install and tighten both plugs.

5.

Repeat steps 1 through 4 for the other eccentric.

6.

Operate the machine and check for any leaks.

TYRE PRESSURE
The tyre pressure should be checked in the morning or prior to operation when the tyres are cold. After checking the pressure, be sure that valve caps are in place to prevent dirt, moisture and foreign material from
damaging the valve core. Normal tyre inflation pressures are given in SECTION 6 - FUEL AND LUBRICATION
SPECIFICATIONS of this manual. Refer to Figure 3.12

Figure 3.12 Tyre Pressure Check

3.4.3

50 HOURS OR WEEKLY
ROUTINE MAINTENANCE
Improper tyre inflation contributes to tyre failure. Under inflation will cause damage to the cord body of the tyre.
The repeated excessive flexing of the side wall area may eventually cause a series of breaks and separation
in the cord fabric. Recommended tyre pressure should be 1.2 Kg/cm2 (16 psi), For 23.1 x 26 tyres and 1.5 kg/
cm2 (20 psi) for 18.4 x 26 tyres.
NOTE:

Be sure that the tyres are properly matched. Difference in make, model, size, and tyre rolling radius may lead
to shortened tyre life.
The recommended pressure is a cold pressure. If 24-hour operation does not permit checking inflation pressure on completely cold tyres, a correction factor can be determined by the following procedure.

NOTE:
After checking air pressure on tyres filled with calcium chloride solutions, BE SURE to washout the gauge with
clear water, and add a short burst of air into the tyre to clean the valve.
Check as many time as possible when cold and again after at least two hours of operation.
For information pertaining to adding liquid ballast to the tyres, refer to SECTION 1 - MISCELLANEOUS AND
OPTIONAL EQUIPMENT in this manual.

! WARNING
Ingersoll-Rand recommends that tyre mounting be done ONLY by a qualified person, equipped and
trained to perform this service.

When mounting a tyre:

BE SURE rim is clean and rust free.

Lubricate generously both tyre and rim with rubber lubricant.

NEVER inflate to OVER 2-4 kg/cm2 (35 psi) to seat beads. Excessive inflation pressure when seating
beads may cause lyre/rim assembly to burst with force sufficient to cause serious injury.

CHECK to ensure normal operating pressure.

HYDRAULIC OIL
For information on checking the hydraulic oil in the reservoir, refer the SECTION 3 - 10 HOUR OR DAILY
ROUTINE MAINTENANCE in this manual.
BATTERY
For information on battery maintenance, refer to SECTION 3 - 10 HOUR OR DAILY ROUTINE MAINTENANCE in this manual.
SEAL BOOT (LUBRICANT BOLT-TORQUE HUB MOTOR)
Four (4) mounting bolts are used to hold the torque hub motor cover plate in position. One of the bolts serves
as lubrication point for the torque hub Grease through the -bolt with a few shots of MPG-EP2 grease. Refer to
Figure 3.13.

Figure 3.13 Lubrication Bolt (Torque Hub Motor


3.4.4

100 HOURS OR MONTHLY


ROUTINE MAINTENANCE
! WARNING
UNEXPECTED MACHINE MOTION OR MOVING PARTS CAN CUT OR CRUSH.
INSTALL THE ARTICULATION LOCK BAR/LOCK PIN, APPLY THE PARKING BRAKE
AND SHUT DOWN THE ENGINE BEFORE WORKING ON THE MACHINE.

! WARNING
HOT OIL OR COMPONENTS CAN BURN.
OIL MUST BE AT NORMAL TEMPERATURE WHEN DRAINING. AVOID
CONTACT WITH HOT OIL OR COMPONENTS.

! CAUTION
Read and understand SECTION 1 - SAFETY PRECAUTIONS AND GUIDELINES
before performing any maintenance, service or repairs.

ENGINE OIL AND FILTER


The engine oil is to be drained and the engine filter element replaced at this time interval. For changing the filter
element first drain the lubricating oil filter by unscrewing the centre bolt at the bottom of the filter bowl. Clean
the bowl with clean diesel oil. Check the condition of sealing ring, if required change it. Apply slight oil on
sealing ring before pulling it in its place. Replace new filter element in place of old one and tighten the center
bolt along with bowl until sealing ring is squarely seated and give the assembly a final half turn.

Figure 3.14 Engine Oil Filter

Figure 3.15 Oil Drain Plug

Fill the engine crankcase with SAE 20W 4000 (MIL-L 2104) motor oil to the lull mark on the dipstick. Refer to
Figure 3.16.

3.5.1

100 HOURS OR MONTHLY


ROUTINE MAINTENANCE

Figure 3.16 Engine oil Fill/Dipstick


AXLE HOUSING OIL

! WARNING
Unexpected machine motion or moving parts can cut or crush.
Install the articulation lock bar/lock pin, apply the parking brake and shut down the engine before working on
the machine.
Check the axle housing oil level by removing the check/fill plug located in the face of the housing. Refer to
figure 3.17 . Be careful, hot oil or components can burn.
3 1

1 3

1 3
2

1
2
3

Oil filling plug

Oil draining plug

Check level plug

Figure 3.17. Axle Housing Plug (Clark Hurth)


Make sure the oil level is maintained to these check/fill ports in either housing, and if necessary add GL-5
SAE90 (MIL-L 2105C) gear oil.

Note:

The axle housing and the brake housing share common oil (IR POWER DRIVE)

! WARNING
UNEXPECTED MACHINE MOTION OR
MOVING PARTS CAN CUT OR CRUSH

3.5.2

100 HOURS OR MONTHLY


ROUTINE MAINTENANCE
Install the articulation lock bar/lock pin, apply the parking brake and shut down the engine before working on
the machine.
To check the oil level of the wheel end (planetary hub) on a Clark Hurth axle, position the hub so that the fill/
level plug is in the 3 Oclock or 9 0 clock position. Remove the till/level plug located on the outside of the
planetary hub and check the oil level. Refer to Figure 3.17. Be careful, hot oil or components can burn, make
sure the oil level is maintained to this fill/level port, and it low add GL-5 SAE90 (MIL-L-2105L) gear oil.
SHIFT LINKAGE
To maintain shifting ease, clean and lubricate the pivot points on the shifting linkage. Apply SAE 20W 40 CD
(MIL-L-2104) motor oil sparingly to provide the necessary lubrication and help prevent the formation of rust.
ENGINE CLEANING

! WARNING
Prior to cleaning the engine, ensure the compactor is parked
on a level surface with the engine shut down. Make sure any
water flow Is not directed at wiring, solenoids etc.

NOTE
Some engine panels and lines are shown removed for clarity.
To thoroughly clean the engine, use the foflowing procedure:
1.

Remove the engine blower cover and the hydraulic oil cover.

2.

Loosen the screws securing the cylinder fin covers and remove the covers. Refer to Figure 3.18.

Figure 3.18 Cylinder Fin Cover Removal

Figure 3.19 Cleaning Cylinder Fins


(Exhaust Side)

3.

Using the steam cleaner, direct the water flow into and between each of the fins on each of the cylinder
heads on the right side of the engine. Direct the flow of water in a direction opposite to that of the
normal airflow. Ensure that the area between each of the cylinders is also cleaned. Failure to clean
between each of the cylinder heads will definitely lead to heat build-up, oil leakage and the resulting
problems. Refer to Figure 3.19.

4.

Using the steam cleaner, direct the water flow into the fins of the hydraulic oil cooler in a direction
opposite that of the normal airflow. Ensure that all of the debris is removed by the water jet. Refer to
Figure 3.20.

5.

Direct the water flow into the blower housing, ensuring that all of the debris is removed from the
blower. Refer to Figure 3.21.

3.5.3

100 HOURS OR MONTHLY


ROUTINE MAINTENANCE

Figure 3.20 Cleaning the HOC

Figure 3.21 Cleaning the Air Blower


Housing

6.

Using the steam cleaner, direct the water flow into the fins of the engine oil cooler in a direction
opposite that of the normal air flow. Ensure that all of the debris is removed by the water jet. Refer to
Figure 3.22.

7.

After the hydraulic oil cooler has been cleaned from the exhaust side, the water flow should be directed in the normal airflow direction to ensure that the fins are completely cleaned. Refer to Figure
3.23.

Figure 3.22 Cleaning the Engine Oil Cooler

Figure 3.23 Cleaning the HOC (Intake Side)

8.

After engine oil cooler has been cleaned from the lower side, the water flow should be directed in the
direction of normal airflow to ensure the fins are completely cleaned. Refer to Figure 3.24

9.

Direct the water flow into each and every one of the cylinder head fins in the direction of normal airflow.
Ensure that the area between each of the cylinder heads is cleaned.

Figure 3.24 Cleaning the Engine Oil


Cooler (Form Top Side)
3.5.4

Figure 3.25 Cleaning the Cylinder Fins


(Intake Side)

100 HOURS OR MONTHLY


ROUTINE MAINTENANCE
Ensure that each of the fins is cleaned. Use a flashlight to check. Pay particular attention to the diagonal tins
that are angled back between the cylinder heads. The area between these fins will cause high engine temperatures and will cause oil leakage in the cylinders. Refer to Figure 3.25
10.

Direct the water flow to clean each and every one of the fins of the blower. Refer to Figure 3.26

Figure 3.26 Cleaning the Engine Blower Fins (From Inside)

3.5.5

300 HOURS OR QUARTERLY


ROUTINE MAINTENANCE
! WARNING
UNEXPECTED MACHINE MOTION OR MOVING PARTS CAN CUT OR CRUSH.
INSTALL THE ARTICULATION LOCK BAR/LOCK PIN, APPLY THE PARKING BRAKE
AND SHUT DOWN THE ENGINE BEFORE WORKING ON THE MACHINE.

! WARNING
HOT OIL BE AT NORMAL OPERATING TEMPERATURE
WHEN DRAINING. AVOID CONTACT WITH HOT OIL OR
COMPONENTS.

! CAUTION
Read and understand SECTION 1 - SAFETY PRECAUTIONS AND GUIDELINES
before performing any maintenance, service or repairs.

AXLE HOUSING BREATHER


There is a breather located on the top side Clark Hurtz axle housing. Clean the area around the breather
thoroughly and remove the breather. Cover the hole to ensure that nothing can get into axle. Clean the
breather in a non residue type solvent, inspect for damage, dry and install. After installation, move the breather
cap several times to ensure that the breather is clean and free to move. Refer to Figure 3.27.
LEFT SIDE

RIGHT SIDE

Figure 3.27 Axle Housing Breather

3.6.1

300 HOURS OR QUARTERLY


ROUTINE MAINTENANCE
FUEL FILTERS
There are two fuel filters in the fuel line. Filters are to be charged every 300 hours of operation. Refer to Figure
3.28. Using the following procedure to change the fuel filter elements.
Drain the filter bowls by loosening the drain plugs situated at the bottom of the bowls. Loosen the center bolts
and remove the bowls. Clean the bowls with clean diesel oil. Discard the used filter elements and replace with
new ones. Check the condition of sealing washers of the bowls, If required replace. Install with new filter
elements; fit the bowls in their respective positions.

NOTE:
Before starting the engine bleed the fuel system.

Figure 3.28 Fuel Filter

Figure 3.29 Hydraulic Tank Breather Location

HYDRAULIC TANK BREATHER


The hydraulic tank breather assembly is mounted to the hydraulic reservoir. It should be removed, washed
with a non-residue type solvent, assembled and installed back into the reservoir. Refer to Figures 3.29

HYDRAULIC FILTER (PROPULSION SYSTEM)


This filter is a 100m, spin-on type filter located in the left side of the engine compartment, behind the operator's
seat (refer figure 3.30.). The filter provides filtration for the propulsion system and should be changed every
300 hours.
Use the following procedure to remove and replace the filter element.

NOTE: Be careful! Hot oil or components - can burn!


1.

Throughly clean all debris and dirt from the filter (filter head and element).

2.

Unscrew the old filter element and discard it.

3.

Fill the new replacement filter element with clean hydraulic oil (filtered through a 10m filtering system)

4.

Lightly coat the seal gasket with clean oil and install the new filter element. Tighten the new filter
element till it makes contact with the seating area of the hydraulic filter head. Then tighten the filter
element one quarter (1/4) of a turn beyond the seal gasket contact.

5.

Start the engine and run on low idle. Check for air foaming in the hydraulic tank. If foaming exists, stop
the engine and check for proper seating of the element on the hydraulic filter head. Check for any
leakage.

NOTE: No foaming should exist in the hydraulic tank.


6.

Start the engine and check for proper operation.

7.

Check the machine for any leakage.

3.6.2

300 HOURS OR QUARTERLY


ROUTINE MAINTENANCE

Figure 3.30 Hydraulic Filter


(Propulsion System)

Figure 3.31 Hydraulic Filter


(Steering/Vibration System)

HYDRAULIC FILTER (STEERING / VIBRATION SYSTEM)


This filter is a 10m, spin-on type filter located in the right side of the engine compartment, behind the operator's
seat (refer figure 3.31). The filter provides filtration for the power steering return and vibration system, and
should be changed every 300 hours.
Use the following procedure to remove and replace the filter element.

NOTE: Be careful! Hot oil or components - can burn!


1.

Throughly clean all debris and dirt from the filter (filter head and element).

2.

Unscrew the old filter element and discard it.

3.

Fill the new replacement filter element with clean hydraulic oil (filtered through a 10m filtering system)

4.

Lightly coat the seal gasket with clean oil and install the new filter element. Tighten the new filter
element till it makes contact with the seating area of the hydraulic filter head. Then tighten the filter
element one quarter (1/4) of a turn beyond the seal gasket contact.

5.

Start the engine and run on low idle. Check for air foaming in the hydraulic tank. If foaming exists, stop
the engine and check for proper seating of the element on the hydraulic filter head. Check for any
leakage.

NOTE: No foaming should exist in the hydraulic tank.


6.

Start the engine and check for proper operation.

7.

Check the machine for any leakage.

3.6.3

500 HOURS OR SEMI-ANNUAL


ROUTINE MAINTENANCE
! WARNING
UNEXPECTED MACHINE MOTION OR MOVING PARTS CAN CUT OR CRUSH.
INSTALL THE ARTICULATION LOCK BAR/LOCK PIN, APPLY THE PARKING BRAKE
AND SHUT DOWN THE ENGINE BEFORE WORKING ON THE MACHINE.

! WARNING
HOT OIL OR COMPONENTS CAN BURN.
OIL MUST BE AT NORMAL OPERATING TEMPERATURE WHEN DRAINING.
AVOID CONTACT WITH HOT OIL OR COMPONENTS.

! CAUTION
IMPROPER MAINTENANCE CAN BE HAZARDOUS
Read and understand SECTION 1 - SAFETY PRECAUTIONS AND GUIDELINES before
performing any maintenance, service or repairs.

ARTICULATION JOINT VERTICAL NUTS

! WARNING
Unexpected machine motion or moving parts can cut or crush.
Install the articulation lock bar/lock pin, apply the parking brake and shut down the engine before
working on the machine.
The articulation joint vertical nuts are located in the articulation joint area. The nuts should be torqued to 118
Kgm (850lb-ft). Refer Figure 3.32.

Figure 3.32 Articulation Joing Vertical Nuts

3.7.1

500 HOURS OR SEMI-ANNUAL


ROUTINE MAINTENANCE
ECCENTRIC OIL
The eccentric bearings are splash lubricated with oil contained in the eccentric housings. The housings are
located on both ends of the drum. The eccentric oil is to be changed after the first 50 to 100 hours of operation
during the initial break-in period. Thereafter, the oil should be changed every 500 hours of semi-annually. Refer
Figures 3.33 and 3.34.

Figure 3.34 Eccentric Drain Position

Figure 3.33 Eccentric Oil Plugs

Use the following procedure to change eccentric oil.


1.

Park the compactor on level ground.

2.

Position the drum so, one of the two eccentric plugs is in the 6 Oclock position.

3.

Apply the parking brake, and make sure the drum and wheels are properly checked.

4.

Remove both plugs and allow the oil to drain from the housing.

NOTE
The eccentric housing on the left and right ends of the drum must be serviced independently.
5.

When the oil has completely drained, position the drum so the index bar is in 12 0clock position. This
positions the fill plug at the top while the check plug is opposite and slightly below the centerline.

6.

To refill the housing, add GL-5 SAE 90 (MIL-L2105C) gear oil through the upper port until oil flows
from the lower port.

7.

Allow the oil to stop flowing from the lower point.

8.

Clean, install and tighten both plugs.

9.

Repeat steps 1 through 8 above for the other eccentric.

10.

Operate the machine and check for any leaks.

! WARNING
Unexpected machine motion or moving parts can cut or crush.
Install the articulation lock bar/lock pin, apply the parking brake and shut down the engine before
working on the machine.
The axle housing oil is to be changed after the first 50 to 100 hours of operation during the initial break-in
period. Thereafter, change the oil every 500 hours or semi-annually.
Use the following procedure to change the axle housing oil. The oil is to be at operating temperature for
draining. Be careful, hot oil or components can burn.

3.7.2

500 HOURS OR SEMI-ANNUAL


ROUTINE MAINTENANCE
1.

Position the machine on level ground.

2.

To drain the oil, remove the drain plug from the bottom center of Rockwell axle housing.

3.

Allow all of the oil to drain from the housing.

4.

Clean the drain plug and install it back into the housing.

CARRIER OIL

! WARNING
Unexpected machine motion or moving parts can cut or crush.
Install the articulation lock bar/lock pin, apply the parking brake and shut down the engine before
working on the machine.
There is a common reservoir between the eccentric oil and the carrier oil. The carrier oil should be drained at
the same intervals as the eccentric oil. The oil is to be at the normal operating temperature for draining. Be
careful, hot oil or components can burn. To drain the carrier assembly, locate its fill/drain plug on the housing
at the 6 Oclock position. This fill/drain plug is not a check point for the oil level. To refill the carrier, align the fill/
drain plug at the 12 Oclock position and add one quart of GL-5 SAE 90 oil. It is also important to add oil
following any tear down and reassemblyof the carrier and eccentric.

Figure not available at


the time of printing

Figure 3.35 Carrier Oil Plug


The hydraulic filters are 10 micron, spin on type filters in the engine compartment behind the operators seat.
The filters provide filtration for the propulsion and vibration system and should be changed every 300 hours.
Use the following procedure to remove and replace filters. Care should be taken to prevent dirt from entering
the hydraulic system and causing premature component failure and improper machine function. Also, be careful, hot oil or components can burn.
1.

Unscrew the old filter and discard.

2.

Fill the new replacement filter with clean hydraulic oil.

3.

Lightly coat the seal gasket with clean oil and install the new filter assembly. Tighten the filter one
quarter (1/4) of a turn beyond gasket contact.

4.

Start the engine and check for proper operation.

5.

Check the machine for any leaks.

3.7.3

1000 HOURS OR ANNUAL


ROUTINE MAINTENANCE
! WARNING
UNEXPECTED MACHINE MOTION OR MOVING PARTS CAN CUT OR CRUSH.
INSTALL THE ARTICULATION LOCK BAR/LOCK PIN, APPLY THE PARKING BRAKE
AND SHUT DOWN THE ENGINE BEFORE WORKING ON THE MACHINE.

! WARNING
HOT OIL OR COMPONENTS CAN BURN.
OIL MUST BE AT NORMAL OPERATING TEMPERATURE WHEN DRAINING.
AVOID CONTACT WITH HOT OIL OR COMPONENTS.

! CAUTION
IMPROPER MAINTENANCE CAN BE HAZARDOUS
Read and understand SECTION 1 - SAFETY PRECAUTIONS AND GUIDELINES before
performing any maintenance, service or repairs.

HYDRAUUC OIL AND SUCTION STRAINER

NOTICE
A partially plugged strainer will lead to contamination and sluggish operating machine.
Ensure that the strainer is cleaned or replaced.
The hydraulic oil and suction strainer is to be changed at this time interval. The suction strainer is located
inside the hydraulic reservoir, and is screwed into the tank side of the manifold.
Use the following procedure to change the oil and suction strainer. Be careful, hot oil or components can bum.
1.

Drain the hydraulic reservoir by removing the drain plug located on the bottom of the tank.

2.

Clean the drain plug.

3.

Remove the cover plate from the top of the tank.

4.

Unscrew the suction strainer from the manifold pipe on the inside of the tank.

5.

Clean the strainer in a solvent using a stiff figure brush to help remove embedded impurities.

6.

Air-blow the suction strainer dry from the inside out.

7.

Clean out all dirt and possible contaminants from inside of the tank.

8.

Install the drain plug back into the rank.

9.

Screw the suction strainer back into the manifold pipe inside the tank.

10.

Install the cover plate back onto the top of the tank.
3.8.1

1000 HOURS OR ANNUAL


ROUTINE MAINTENANCE
11.

Fill the tank with clean, hydraulic oil from unopened containers. When adding Oil, be sure to filter it
through a 10-micron filter. Use oil as specified in SECTION 3 - FUEL AND LUBRICATION SPECIFICATIONS in this manual.

12.

Check to make sure the oil is at the proper level, and that all fittings are tight and secure.

13.

Operate the machines and check for any leaks.

3.8.2

GENERAL MAINTENANCE
ROUTINE ADJUSTMENTS

! WARNING
UNEXPECTED MACHINE MOTION OR MOVING PARTS CAN CUT OR CRUSH.
INSTALL THE ARTICULATION LOCK BAR/LOCK PIN, APPLY THE PARKING BRAKE
AND SHUT DOWN THE ENGINE BEFORE WORKING ON THE MACHINE.

! CAUTION
IMPROPER MAINTENANCE CAN BE HAZARDOUS
Read and understand SECTION 1 - SAFETY PRECAUTIONS AND GUIDELINES before
performing any maintenance, service or repairs.
HORIZONTAL SWIVEL BEARING
After torquing the horizontal swivel nut, the clearance between the drum frame and the backing plate should be
parallel as viewed from the side. It they are not parallel, then the horizontal swivel hearing needs replaced or
adjusted. To be able to make adjustments to the bearing, shims must still exist between the drum frame and
backing plate. To make adjustments to the bearing, follow the safety notes and procedure that follows.

! DANGER
Machine could fall or slide unexpectedly.
Ensure any blocking or lifting devices are capable of supporting the weight of the machine without
allowing it to fall or slide.
Use the following procedure to adjust swivel bearing.
1.

Place a jack under the swivel frame and under both sides of the drum frame. Lift just enough to take
the weight off the articulation joint to prevent binding.

2.

Remove the bolts from the backing plate, and back off the horizontal swivel nut to allow the removal of
the shims.

3.

With the shims removed, torque the horizontal swivel nut to 207 Kgm (1500 lb.-It)

4.

Measure the clearance between the backing plate and the drum frame at the two points where the
shims were positioned. Refer to Figure 3.36

Figure 3.36 Horizontal Swivel Nut Clearance


3.9.1

GENERAL MAINTENANCE
5.

Loosen the horizontal swivel nut, and place the appropriate size shims as determined above between
the backing plate and the drum frame.

6.

Install the backing plate bolts and torque them to 30 Kgm (220 lb.-It).

7.

Torque the horizontal swivel nut to 207 Kgm (1500 lb.-It)

8.

Carefully remove the jacks and blocking material.

ENGINE V-BELTS
Check and observe the tension on the engine v-belts. On the engine, a firm push with the thumb between the
two pulleys should not depress the belt more than 9.5 mm (3/8") to 15.5 mm (5/8"). Adjust the tension of the
belt it beyond this range. Refer to the lower view of Figure 3.37.

Figure 3.37 Engine V-Belt Adjustment.


SCRAPER BAR
The scraper bar is an integral part of the drum frame and must be in place and securely fastened to ensure
safe and proper operation.
The scraper teeth on padfoot machines, and the scraper bar on smooth drum machines, should clear the drum
by 20 mm (3/4") to 25 mm (1"). The bolts that secure the scraper bars, should have Loctite 270 applied and be
torqued to 57 Kgm (410 lb.-ft). Should it be necessary to service or replace a scraper bar, it is essential to
properly shim any space between the bar and frame. This is done to eliminate any unnecessary side preload
on the drum components.
SHOCK MOUNTS
The vibrations generated by the rotation of the eccentric weights are absorbed by the rubber shock mounts.
Refer to Figure 3.38.

Figure not available at


the time of printing

Figure 3.38 Rubber Shock Mounts.


The mounts, which are located on each end of the drum, must be checked periodically for looseness. Tighten
the capscrews and nuts as necessary, and replace those mounts that have torn or excessively cracked rubber.

3.9.2

MISCELLANEOUS AND
OPTIONAL EQUIPMENTS
HYDRAULIC OIL TEMPERATURE GAUGE (Optional)
The hydraulic oil temperature gauge is located in the cover plate of the hydraulic oil tank. It is provided to allow
the operator to monitor the hydraulic oil temperature in the tank.
FUEL GAUGE (Optional)
The fuel gauge is located in the cover plate of the fuel tank. It is provided to allow the operator to monitor the
level of fuel in the tank.
ROPS AND EROPS
The roll-over protection structure (ROPS) or the enclosed roll-over protection structure (EROPS), are available
for SD110 Series compactors, and meet the requirements of all regulatory bodies requiring roll-over protection.

! DANGER
YOUR LIFE MAY BE ENDANGERED IF THE FOLLOWING IS NOT COMPLIED WITH
DO NOT operate this machine if the Roll-Over Protective Structure (ROPS) is structurally damaged,
shows cracks, is not properly secured as originally installed, or has been rolled.
DO NOT repair, modify or add attachments to ROPS unless authorized in writing by the manufacturer.
DO NOT add attachments to the machine that intrude into operators protective area, reduce visibility,
restrict emergency exists or add weight exceeding certification weight of ROPS.
DO NOT operate machine unless seat belt conforming to SAE and/or ASAE standards is fastened.
See Operators Manual or contact your dealer for complete inspection requirement and maintenance
instructions.

! WARNING
When using a ROPS equipped unit, seat belts and other OSHA required safety equipment must be
worn. Failure to use all safety equipment could result in serious injury.
Ingersoll-Rand strongly recommends the use of a ROPS or EROPS equipped compactor for operator and
equipment protection. A ROPS used with seat belts will protect the vehicle operator from injury if the vehicle
undergoes a single roller. The operator is assumed to occupy a specified critical zone. By using a ROPS, this
zone should be protected from intrusion by any part of the compactor, the ground, or the protective structure
during an accident.
SEAT BELT (Optional)
Before fastening the seat belt, always adjust the operators seat to the most comfortable position. For greater
safety and comfort, be sure the belt is snugly fitted around the hips (not waist) and is not twisted. To lengthen
the belt, tip the buckle end downward and pull the buckle until the belt ends can be joined. Join the ends of both
belts together. Release the belts by pulling up the top half of the buckle. Refer to Figure 3.40.

Figure 3.40 Seat Belt Usage


3.10.1

MISCELLANEOUS AND
OPTIONAL EQUIPMENTS
BACK-UP ALARM (Optional)
When the compactor is travelling in a reverse direction, this alarm sounds a warning alerting
personnel in the
path of the compactor. The back up alarm is standard equipments on the SD-100 Series Compactors.
FLOOD LIGHTS (Optional)
The optional flood lights are installed on the front and back of the compactor. The lights are controlled by front
and rear light switches on the front console panel.
FILL LEVELING BLADE (Optional)
The optional fill leveling blade is installed on the front of the machine and is to be used for spreading fill at the
job site only.

! WARNING
Severe cutting or crushing injury.
On some machines, during engine shut down, the blades lowers automatically.
Operator must ensure that the area around the blade is clear or personnel and obstructions prior to
engine shut down.
The following procedure is to be used to operate the blade:
1.

The throttle must be at the operating rpm for the blade to operate and function.

2.

To raise the blade, pull the controls handle towards the operators seat until the desired elevation is
reached.

3.

To lower the blade, push the control handle away from the operators seat until the desired elevation is
reached.

4.

If after raising or lowering the blade, you release the control handle, it will self-center itself in the
neutral position.

5.

To set the blade in the float position or a position that allows the handle to ride with the contour of the
land, push the control handle into the detent past the DOWN position. The control lever will lock itself
in this position.

NOTE
It is recommended that the float position be used only when the compactor is travelling forward.
6.

To disengage the blade from the float position, pull the control back toward the operator to the Neutral position.

7.

The blade can be tilted for maximum versatility in fill-spread operations. To tilt the top of the blade
away from the compactor, turn the turnbuckle handle counter clockwise. Both sides of the blade must
be adjusted. To tilt the top of the blade towards the compactor, turn the turnbuckle handles clockwise.

8.

With either side of the blade able to be adjusted separately, the operator can position the blade with
one side tilted towards the compactor and the opposite side tilted away. This permits the excess full to
run off the blade to the desired side of the compactor.

TEST PORT
Some machines have a high pressure manifold gauge block that aids in troubleshooting the propulsion and
vibration systems.
LIQUID BALLAST IN TYRES (Optional)
Placing water in the tyres is an economical means of adding weight to the wheels of a tractor. The addition of
calcium chloride is recommended to prevent the water from freezing. This solution, when added in the tyress
inner tube, will not damage the inner tube or tyre, if used in proper proportions. Use of this method of weighting
the tyres has the full approval of the tyre manufacturers. It tyre with ballast is replaced, the replacement tyre
must also contain ballast.
3.10.2

MISCELLANEOUS AND
OPTIONAL EQUIPMENTS
See your Ingersoll-Rand distributor for more information on filling tyres.
The following table provides data in the filling of tyres with calcium chloride solution, based on valve level or
approximately 75% till.

LIQUID BALLAST WEIGHT PER TYRE

TYRE SIZE

0.42 kg.CaCl2/liter

Water

0.60 kg.CaCl2/liter

Water

CaCl2

Total Wt.

Water

CaCl2

Total Wt.

Liter

Kg.

Liter

Kg

Kg

Liter

Kg

Kg

23.1 x 26 x 8 PR

484

484

413

173

586

390

234

624

18.4 x 26 x 6 PR

300

300

257

108

365

242

145

387

This table is based on the use of Type 2 (94%) calcium chloride flake.
Pure water freezes at 0C.(32F). The 1.5 kg (3.5 lb.) calcium chloride solution is slush free to -24C (-12F)
and will freeze solid at -24C (-53F). The 2.3 kg (5 lb.) calcium chloride solution is slush free to -47C (-52F).
and will freeze solid at -52C (-62F).
If the valve core is to he removed for any reason, it will be necessary to raise the machine and turn the wheel
until the valve stem is on top. Otherwise, the solution will be lost.

! CAUTION
Skin irritation or clothing damage.
Avoid direct contact with Calcium Chloride and water solution as supplied in tractor tyres.
If contact occurs, immediately flush the affected area with water.

PADFOOT SCRAPER (Optional)


A padfoot scraper is available and may be installed on the compactor to aid in keeping the drum clean.
HUB ODOMETER (Optional)
This device is located on the end of the axle arid registers the miles/Kilometers the compactor has travelled.

3.10.3

Axle Assembly
INSTALLATION, AXLE ............................................................................ 4.1.2
AXLE ASSEMBLY ................................................................................... 4.1.4
AXLE DRIVE MOTOR (FOR SD110) ..................................................... 4.1.12
AXLE DRIVE MOTOR (FOR SD110D/SD110F) .................................... 4.1.14
WHEEL AND TYRE ASSEMBLY ........................................................... 4.1.16

4.1.1

INSTALLATION, AXLE
70635412

Note:
1.

Torque item 12 to 450 lb-ft.

2.

Inside screws to be mounted from bottom to top.


Outside screws to be mounted from top to bottom.

4.1.2

INSTALLATION, AXLE
70625412
Sl.No.

Part No.

Qty.

Description

54444492

AXLE, RIGID, PLANETORY

13205984

MOTOR, AXLE DRIVE (FOR SD110)

54520523

MOTOR, AXLE DRIVE (FOR SD110D/SD110F)

97116537

WASHER, HARD

96715768

SCREW HEX. M14 X 35 LONG, CLASS 10.9

97140925

SCREW SOC. HD. CAP M12 X 90 LONG

59923003

ADAPTETR ELBOW

59923490

ADAPTER ELBOW

10

94037330

ADAPTER ST.

11

70508437

16

WASHER HARD, FLAT

12

96702733

BOLT HEX. M20 X 240 LONG, CLASS 10.9

13

96703665

NUT HEX. M20, CLASS 10

14

96702543

WASHER HARD FLAT

15

95988721

O RING

4.1.3

AXLE ASSEMBLY
54444492

4.1.4

AXLE ASSEMBLY
54444492
Sl.No.

Part No.

Qty.

Description

59218172

CYLINDER BOLT

13268362

GEAR

59218198

BALL BEARING

59793588

VENT

59218214

10

CYLINDER BOLT

13268370

GEAR

59218230

CYLINDER BOLT

59790600

10

RING

59218248

10

HEX BOLT

10

59078899

MAGNET PLUG

11

10486116

PLUG

12

59218255

CYLINDER BOLT

13

59218263

HEX BOLT

14

59243030

O-RING

15

13268388

SHEET

16

13228762

WASHER

17

13228770

ADAPTOR

18

13228788

ADAPTOR

4.1.5

AXLE ASSEMBLY
54444492

4.1.6

AXLE ASSEMBLY
54444492
Part No.

Qty.

19

58974155

O-RING

20

59078899

MAGNET PLUG

21

58916578

SNAP RING

22

59251009

PLUG

23

59793588

VENT

24

58916610

O-RING

25

58916545

PLUG

26

58916537

SEAL WASHER

27

13104161

12

NUT

28

59218313

20

BOLT

29

59218305

STUD

30

59218297

STUD

Sl.No.

Description

4.1.7

AXLE ASSEMBLY
54444492

4.1.8

AXLE ASSEMBLY
54444492
Part No.

Qty.

31

59218313

32

59218321

33

59791483

SHIM

59791491

SHIM

59790956

SHIM

58917527

SHIM

34

54632773

NUT

35

59218339

LOCKING PLATE

36

59793752

BOLT

37

58917295

HEX BOLT

38

58917303

NO-SPIN DIFFERENTIAL

39

59769356

16

SPRING WASHER

40

90502915

16

BOLT

41

59778332

BEARING

42

58917345

SPACER

43

54632898

SHIM

58917451

SHIM

59218347

SHIM

44

59218354

SPACER

59218362

SPACER

59218370

SPACER

59218388

SPACER

45

59218396

SEAL

46

59218404

BEVEL GEAR SET

Sl.No.

Description

BOLT
RING NUT

4.1.9

AXLE ASSEMBLY
54444492

4.1.10

AXLE ASSEMBLY
54444492
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48
49
50
51
52
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56
57
58
59
60
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62
63
64
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66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94

Part No.

58916685
58916693
54633185
58916727
59079772
59079772
59218438
58916750
58916768
58916776
58916784
59917682
58916818
58916826
58916834
59794115
58804337
58916842
58916859
13228713
59218446
59794123
58916891
58916909
58974155
58916925
58916933
13228705
59803635
59803635
58917055
58917063
59218453
90502816
59218461
58917014
59218487
59218495
59778266
59218503
59251074
58917113
58917105
58917097
58917147
58804337
59218511
59218529

Qty.

2
2
20
20
20
2
2
12
12
6
6
2
6
6
6
2
4
6
12
20
2
2
2
2
2
4
2
2
10
10
6
6
4
4
4
4
2
4
4
2
2
2
2
2
2
4
4
2

Description

SEAL
CENTERING SPRING
WHEEL STUD
WHEEL NUT
BOLT
BOLT
PLANET GEAR CARRIER
-SNAP RING
-FRICTION WASHER
-PIN
-O-RING
-SPACER
-DOWEL
-NEEDLE BEARING
-PLANET GEAR
PLUG
CYLINDER BOLT
LOCKING PLATE
HEX BOLT
REDUCTION BUSHING
RING GEAR SUPPORT
WASHER
SNAP RING
RING GEAR
O-RING
TAPERED ROLLER BEARING
SEAL
LOCKING PLATE
BRAKE DISC
BRAKE DISC
SPRING
STEERING ADJUSTING BOLT
PLUG
WASHER
SPRING
NUT
PISTON
O-RING
O-RING
INTERMEDIATE BRAKE DISC
RING
PINION
LOCKING PLATE
HEX BOLT
O-RING
CYLINDER BOLT
BOLT
SPACER

4.1.11

AXLE DRIVE MOTOR (FOR SD110)


13205984

NO INFORMATION AVAILABLE AT THE TIME OF PRINTING

4.1.12

AXLE DRIVE MOTOR (FOR SD110)


13205984
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Part No.

Qty.

Description

NO INFORMATION AVAILABLE AT THE TIME OF PRINTING

4.1.13

AXLE DRIVE MOTOR (FOR SD110D/SD110F)


54520523

4.1.14

AXLE DRIVE MOTOR (FOR SD110D/SD110F)


54520523
Sl.No.

Part No.

Qty.

Description

13263846

PLUG

58881863

13263850

SPRING

58799750

SPRING GUIDE

58799743

SHUTTLE SPOOL

59933622

PLUG

58881863

59359836

59888214

10

59949461

11

59986463

12

59146043

PLUG ASSEMBLY

13

59360610

O-RING

14

59121426

SHIM KIT

15

12363868

SPRING

16

59051656

CHARGE RELIEF POPPET

17

58785346

10

SCREW

18

59888271

COVER

19

59938373

SERVO GASKET

20

59336859

STOP

21

59336818

SPRING

22

59972877

PISTON O-RING KIT

23

59422907

RING

24

59949511

GASKET

25

59785303

BEARING

26

59336842

SHAFT

27

59785519

RING

28

95200648

BALL BEARING

29

59785493

RING

30

59941203

SEAL

31

59245209

WASHER

32

13263876

ORIFICE PLUG

35

59888271

COVER

-O-RING

-O-RING
PLUG
-O-RING
PLUG
-O-RING

4.1.15

WHEEL AND TYRE ASSEMBLY


70635305

Notes: Ballast tyre with 500 liters of water


Torque item (5) to 386 lb-ft.

Sl.No.

Part No.

Qty.

Description

70702956

TYRE (8 PLY)

59166595

WHEEL ASSY

59524447

VALVE AIR

59929711

VALVE CAP

59163758

20

WHEEL NUT

70166350

500L

WATER

4.1.16

Main Frame Assembly


MAIN FRAME ASSEMBLY ...................................................................... 4.2.2
STEERING CYLINDER ASSEMBLY ....................................................... 4.2.4
SWIVEL FRAME ASSEMBLY ................................................................. 4.2.6
OPERATORS PLATFORM INSTALLATION .......................................... 4.2.8
ASSEMBLY, OPERATORS PLATFORM .............................................. 4.2.10
ASSEMBLY, CANOPY & SUNSHADE .................................................. 4.2.12
DECAL INSTALLATION ........................................................................ 4.2.14

4.2.1

MAIN FRAME ASSEMBLY


70574553

4.2.2

MAIN FRAME ASSEMBLY


70574553
Sl.No.

Part No.

Qty.

Description

70566021

HYDRAULIC TANK

70566526

FUEL TANK

70564247

MAIN FRAME

81268211

ADAPTER, STRAIGHT

81270746

ADAPTER, STRAIGHT

94037298

ADAPTER, STRAIGHT

97116065

TEE

70606165

SUCTION FILTER

13

96704440

H.H.C.S. M20-2.5 X 45MM

14

96703665

HEX NUT M20-2.5

15

96701560

12

HARDENED FLATWASHER M20

17

96705645

WASHER

20

59179812

SHIM 1.0MM

21

96703178

H.H.C.S. M16-2 X 2.5MM

25

59186346

VALVE, THERMAL BYPASS

26

94038650

WASHER, SPRING

27

70166483

SCREW, HEX. HEAD

28

97126247

ADAPTER ST.

30

97113682

TEE

31

59179820

SHIM 2.0MM

34

94037488

NUT HEX

35

94036928

WASHER, FLAT

36

94253002

SCREW, HEX. HEAD

37

94037785

WASHER, SPRING

38

97137319

ADAPTER ST.

39

94039039

ADAPTER ELBOW

40

54445010

VALVE, SOLENOID, SPEED SHIFT

41

96703541

FLATWASHER M6

M16

4.2.3

STEERING CYLINDER ASSEMBLY


70059886

4.2.4

STEERING CYLINDER ASSEMBLY


70059886

Sl.No.

01

Part No.

70533245

Qty.

Description

CYLINDER STEERING

70533260

SEAL KIT

70576020

CYLINDER STEERING

70576038

SEAL KIT

70536065

CYLINDER STEERING

70536073

SEAL KIT

02

70058912

PIN - CYLINDER

03

50268127

BEARING

04

70010053

PIN ROLL

05

97140784

FITTING GREASE

06

70130034

ADAPTER ELBOW

07

97113740

ADAPTER STRAIGHT

4.2.5

SWIVEL FRAME ASSEMBLY


70146006

4.2.6

SWIVEL FRAME ASSEMBLY


70146006
Sl.No.

Part No.

Qty.

Description

01

70059696

SWIVEL FRAME

02

70058987

PIN

03

50268861

SEAL DUST

04

50268242

BEARING THRUST

05

50268879

SEAL DUST

06

70026943

WASHER FLAT

07

50268101

NUT - NYLOCK

08

70058979

PIN CONNECTING

09

59519298

SEAL

10

95922217

WASHER FLAT

11

70163464

NUT NYLOCK

12

97140784

GREASE NIPPLE

13

97140792

GREASE NIPPLE

14

70087747

AR

SHIM (0.5 MM)

15

70087754

AR

SHIM (1.6 MM)

16

70058912

PIVOT PIN

17

70010053

PIN LOCK

18

50268127

BEARING

19

70059795

BACK PLATE

20

70101183

HEX. HEAD SCREW

21

94037041

LOCK WASHER

22

70709506

DRUM FRAME WELD

23

50268259

BEARING THRUST

4.2.7

OPERATORS PLATFORM INSTALLATION


70574520

4.2.8

OPERATORS PLATFORM INSTALLATION


70574520
Sl.No.

Part No.

Qty.

Description

70615141

PLATFORM

97116537

FLAT WASHER M12

94034188

WASHER SPRING B12

12

70080742

PIN HOLDER

13

70066493

LOCK PIN

16

96704564

CAPSCREW, HEX HEAD M6 X 20 LONG

17

96704234

NUT M6

18

96701958

CAPSCREW HEX. HEAD M6 X 16 LONG

19

96738562

FLAT WASHER M6

4.2.9

ASSEMBLY, OPERATORS PLATFORM


70574546

4.2.10

ASSEMBLY, OPERATORS PLATFORM


70574546
Sl.No.

Part No.

Qty.

Description

70535349

STEERING VALVE

59824862

ADAPTER

70535356

STEERING COLUMN

70080734

STEERING WHEEL

70108741

STEERING CAP

10

59108969

FRONT COVEWR PLATE

11

94034345

ELBOW

13

95919239

CAPSCREW HEX. HEAD 3/8"UNC X 1.1/4" LONG

14

59731380

WASHER

15

70098983

HORN ASSEMBLY

16

96702261

CAPSCREW M8 X 35 LONG

17

96702279

CAPSCREW HEX. HEAD M10 X 20 LONG

20

96704655

FLAT WASHER

21

59177220

HORN SPACER

22

96704671

FLAT WASHER M8

23

59939538

VALVE, SELECTOR

24

94077344

ADAPTER

25

97113906

TEE

26

94061645

ADAPTER

27

59070326

SWITCH PRESSURE

28

70155056

STUD BREAK VALVE

29

94049657

BALL LEVER

4.2.11

ASSEMBLY, CANOPY & SUNSHADE


70146188

4.2.12

ASSEMBLY, CANOPY & SUNSHADE


70146188
Sl.No.

Part No.

Qty.

Description

70146469

ASSEMBLY, SUNSHADE

70081500

ROPS (OPTIONAL

70081526

AR

SHIM

70081534

AR

SHIM

70081542

AR

SHIM

70105424

BOLT HEX. HEAD

94037645

WASHER SPRING

70139621

NUT HEX.

59609008

SEAT BELT (OPTIONAL)

**

WASHER LOCK

10

**

NUT

11

**

EYE BOLT

NOTE:
AR

AS REQUIRED

**

ITEMS INCLUDED WITH ITEM 8

4.2.13

DECAL INSTALLATION
70146154

4.2.14

DECAL INSTALLATION
70146154
Sl.No.

Part No.

Qty.

Description

58786377

DECAL, CHECK LIST

58778796

DECAL, MIS-OPERATION

59820837

DECAL, THROTTLE

59945931

DECAL, ROLL-OVER DANGER

70149430

IR MONOGRAM

10

59605873

DECAL - USE OIL E90

11

59322818

DECAL, GEAR SELECTOR

12

70128616

NAME PLATE, HYD OIL

13

70129010

NAME PLATE, DIESEL FUEL

14

59615328

DECAL, LUBE ECCENTRIC

15

59605915

DECAL, GREASE

16

59667287

DECAL, SIT ON RAIL

17

59985663

DECAL, DANGER - CRUSHING HAZARD

18

94102100

NAME PLATE, MACHINE SERIAL NUMBER

21

59615336

DECAL, TORQUE HUB

22

70151345

DECAL, LUB CHART

23

94037504

WASHER SPRING

24

94327913

SCREW, HEX. HEAD

25

70097126

FLOOR MAT RHS

26

70097134

FLOOR MAT CENTER

27

70097118

FLOOR MAT LHS

4.2.15

Engine Installation
ENGINE COWLING ASSEMBLY ............................................................. 4.3.2
ENGINE INSTALLATION ......................................................................... 4.3.4
HYDRAULIC PUMP ASSEMBLY ............................................................ 4.3.6
PROPULSION PUMP (SD110) ................................................................ 4.3.8
PROPULSION PUMP (SD110D & F) ..................................................... 4.3.12
VIBRATION PUMP ................................................................................ 4.3.24
STEERING PUMP.................................................................................. 4.3.34
EXHAUST ASSEMBLY .......................................................................... 4.3.36
THROTTLE ASSEMBLY ........................................................................ 4.3.38
AIR CLEANER INSTALLATION ............................................................ 4.3.40
BATTERY INSTALLATION .................................................................... 4.3.42

4.3.1

ENGINE COWLING ASSEMBLY


70574579

4.3.2

ENGINE COWLING ASSEMBLY


70574579
Sl.No.

Part No.

Qty.

Description

70613104

COWLING HOOD

94037447

24

SCREW, HEX. HEAD

94042744

28

FLAT WASHER

94036928

28

LOCK WASHER

94037488

NUT HEX.

11

70065255

GRILL MOUNTING ANGLE WELD

12

70076609

GRILL WELD

13

70075320

AIR DUST WELD

16

70568373

COWLING WRAPPER WELD

17

94031994

SCREW HEX. HEAD

18

97116537

WASHER PLAIN

19

94034188

WASHER SPRING

20

94034162

NUT HEX.

21

70613153

HOOD SUPPORT

22

70567896

WELDMENT, FENDER RH

23

70567904

WELDMENT, FENDER LH

24

94036886

10

SCREW HEX. HEAD

25

97116537

10

SPACER

26

94034188

10

WASHER SPRING

27

94034162

10

NUT HEX.

4.3.3

ENGINE INSTALLATION
70574538

16

15

4.3.4

ENGINE INSTALLATION
70574538

Sl.No.

Part No.

Qty.

Description

01

70579487

ENGINE COMPLETE

02

70076955

THROTTLE CABLE MTG. BKT.

03

94036811

HEX. HEAD SCREW

04

94036928

WASHER LOCK

05

59546812

MOUNT SHOCK

06

70072723

BKT. MTG. ENGINE REAR

07

94070398

HEX. HEAD SCREW

08

94034188

WASHER LOCK

09

70154612

BOLT HEX. HEAD

10

94071909

WASHER PLATE

11

94036654

WASHER SPRING

12

94056553

NUT HEX. NYLOCK

13

70138615

BRACKET, ENGINE FRONT MOUNTING

14

70075718

OIL COOLER

15

94038636

WASHER PLAIN A18

16

94130200

BOLT HEX. HEAD M16 X 120 LONG

4.3.5

HYDRAULIC PUMP ASSEMBLY


70635404

4.3.6

HYDRAULIC PUMP ASSEMBLY


70635404
Sl.No.

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1A
1B
1C
1A
1B
1C
2
3
4
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48

Part No.

70098215
70509518
70509526
70092721
70068135
70509518
70509534
70092721
70067327
97141063
94034170
59313205
59396499
70101704
94037397
97116537
70098272
70067343
70098223
70067350
94053733
94042744
94036928
70095674
94053683
94037504
94037512
94327905
70084496
94037124
94253010
70067335
94056496
70081484
54520622
70067384
70071469
94037587
70081476
58858820
70635354
94031622
94037587
70084496
94056496
94037124
94253010
94037066
94034170
94038650

Qty.

1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
12
12
1
1
4
4
4
1
1
1
1
3
3
3
2
8
8
8
8
1
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
1
1
1
8
8
8

Description

COUPLING (SD110) CONSISTING OF:


OUTER PLATE
BUSHING, INNER
ELEMENT, RUBBER
COUPLING (SD110D/SD110F) CONSISTS OF:
OUTER PLATE
BUSHING, INNER
ELEMENT, RUBBER
PUMP MOUNTING PLATE
SCREW HEX. HEAD
WASHER LOCK
PUMP, PROPULSION (SD110)
PUMP, PROPULSION (SD110 D & F)
SCREW HEX. HEAD
WASHER SPRING
SPACER
BRACKET, CABLE MOUNTING (SD110)
BRACKET, CABLE MOUNTING (SD110D/SD110F)
SPACER (SD110)
SPACER (SD110D/SD110F)
SCREW HEX. HEAD
WASHER PLAIN
WASHER LOCK
CLAMP
SCREW HEX. HEAD
WASHER LOCK
NUT HEX.
WASHER PLAIN
CLEVIS
SCREW HEX. HEAD
NUT NYLOCK
LEVER, PROP. CONTROL
NUT
'O' RING
PUMP, VIBRATION
LEVER, VIB. PUMP CONTROL
SCREW HEX. HEAD
WASHER, LOCK
'O' RING
PUMP, STEERING
BRACKET, VIB. CABLE MOUNTING
SCREW HEX. HEAD
WASHER, LOCK
CLEVIS
NUT, JAM
SCREW HEX. HEAD
NUT, NYLOCK
SCREW HEX. HEAD
WASHER LOCK
WASHER, PLAIN

4.3.7

PROPULSION PUMP (SD110)


59313205

4.3.8

PROPULSION PUMP (SD110)


59313205

4.3.9

PROPULSION PUMP (SD110)


59313205
Sl.No.

Part No.

Qty.

Description

58795766

FILTER SCREEN

22

59218677

SIDE COVER

23

58891938

LEVELER ASSEMBLY

24

58891946

SPRING SEAT

25

58763475

SHIM

26

59218685

GUIDE POST

27

59360115

NUT

28

59360552

O-RING

29

59034447

SCREW

30

59067520

SIDE COVER ASSEMBLY

34

59368886

JOURNAL BEARING

39

58891979

END CAP GASKET

42

59399162

CHARGE PUMP SET

43

59384784

PIN

44

58772617

CHARGE PUMP SHAFT

45

59360487

KEY

46

59360495

RETAINING PLATE

49

59044966

COUPLING (13 TOOTH)

50

59386201

CHARGE PUMP COVER ASSEMBLY - RH

51

59360354

BUSHING

52

59360552

O-RING

56

59218693

O-RING

57

59899021

FLANGE COVER

58

59360594

SCREW

59

59446138

CHARGE RELIEF VALVE KIT

61

59155176

65

58892019

SHAFT (23 TOOTH SPLINE)

66

59067538

ROLLER BEARING

67

59785519

RETAINING RING

68

59155192

SHAFT SEAL ASSY

69

59368837

-LIP SEAL

70

59368845

-O-RING

73

59034462

74

59395996

79

59034470

4.3.10

-O-RING

CONTROL VALVE KIT


-CONTROL GASKET
SPECIAL PLUG

PROPULSION PUMP (SD110)


59313205
Sl.No.

Part No.

Qty.

Description

80

59395970

HELICAL COMPRESSION SPRING

81

58921495

MULTI-FUNCTION VALVE KIT

82

95210258

-O-RING

83

59360735

-O-RING

86

59029637

87

58891953

-O-RING

88

59384669

-O-RING

105

59360776

SERVO CYLINDER KIT

CONTROL ORIFICE KIT (.032)

4.3.11

PROPULSION PUMP (SD110D & F)


59068874

4.3.12

PROPULSION PUMP (SD110D & F)


59068874
Sl.No.

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
43
44
45

Part No.

58921495
95210258
59360735
59360610
59399295
58795766
59343251
59343236
59343244
59343228
58815564

Qty.

1
1
1
1
1
3
1
1
1
1
1

Description

MULTI-FUNCTION VALVE KIT (INCLUDES ITEMS 2 & 3)


-O-RING
-O-RING
O-RING
CHARGE RELIEF POPPET
CONTROL FILTER SCREEN
O-RING
LIP SEAL
SEAL CARRIER
RETAINING PLATE
SCREW

4.3.13

PROPULSION PUMP (SD110D & F)


59068874

4.3.14

PROPULSION PUMP (SD110D & F)


59068874
Sl.No.

9
10

Part No.

59360651
59095075

Qty.

1
1

Description

MDC KIT (INCLUDES ITEM 10)


-CONTROL GASKET

4.3.15

PROPULSION PUMP (SD110D & F)


59068874

4.3.16

PROPULSION PUMP (SD110D & F)


59068874
Sl.No.

Part No.

Qty.

Description

11

59360545

O-RING

12

59360552

O-RING

13

58918590

CHARGE PUMP COVER ASSEMBLY, RH


(INCLUDES ITEM 14)

14

593603541

-BUSHING

15

589185581

CHARGE PUMP SET

16

593604611

PIN

17

589185661

CHARGE PUMP SHAFT

18

593604871

KEY

46

593605111

COUPLING

47

593604951

RETAINING PLATE

48

598990211

FLANGE COVER

49

593605942

SCREW

4.3.17

PROPULSION PUMP (SD110D & F)


59068874

4.3.18

PROPULSION PUMP (SD110D & F)


59068874
Sl.No.

Part No.

Qty.

Description

Repair of this assembly is recommended only to the level of component parts listed. If your unit requires
further repair, an Ingersoll-Rand Authorized Rebuilt Component (ARC) may be available and is listed below.
**

59140657

PUMP (ARC)

4.3.19

PROPULSION PUMP (SD110D & F)


59068874

4.3.20

PROPULSION PUMP (SD110D & F)


59068874
Sl.No.

Part No.

Qty.

Description

28

59360115

Nut

29

59034447

Screw

30

59095059

Side Cover Insert Assembly

31

59360305

O-ring

32

59360313

O-ring

33

59360123

O-ring

37

59384347

23-tooth Spline Shaft

38

59095067

Roller Bearing

39

59343269

Retaining Ring

50

59231217

Guide Post

51

59360099

Leveler Assembly

52

59142083

Seat Spring

53

59360156

Helical Compression Spring

54

59231225

Shim

55

59360198

Servo Cylinder Kit

56

59231233

Side Cover

4.3.21

PROPULSION PUMP (SD110D & F)


59068874

4.3.22

PROPULSION PUMP (SD110D & F)


59068874
Sl.No.

Part No.

Qty.

Description

40

59360354

BUSHING

41

59360347

JOURNAL BEARING

42

58891441

END CAP GASKET

4.3.23

VIBRATION PUMP
54520622

4.3.24

VIBRATION PUMP
54520622
Sl.No.

Part No.

Qty.

Description

13263678

SHAFT ASSEMBLY

13263686

-SHAFT

59145896

-RETAINING RING

59145904

-ROLLER BEARING

59145888

O-RING

59145870

SHAFT SEAL CARRIER

59145862

RING

4.3.25

VIBRATION PUMP
54520622

4.3.26

VIBRATION PUMP
54520622
Sl.No.

Part No.

Qty.

Description

13263694

BYPASS VALVE ASSEMBLY

59360610

-O-RING

10

59986448

-BACK UP RING

11

59051680

-O-RING

12

13263702

SPRING

13

13066329

SCR VALVE

14

59360669

WASHER

15

59194035

HANDLE,CONTROL

16

59360677

NUT

17

59051474

CONTROL ASSEMBLY

18

58950734

PLUG

19

59986455

20

13263827

SPRING

21

59034348

CHARGE VALVE SPRING

22

59051466

SEAL NUT

23

13263710

ADJUST SCREW

50

59051524

CONTROL GASKET

-O-RING

4.3.27

VIBRATION PUMP
54520622

4.3.28

VIBRATION PUMP
54520622
Sl.No.

18
19
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31

Part No.

58950734
59986455
59110775
13263728
59051573
59949487
59360941
59387605
59933622
58881863

Qty.

2
2
1
1
1
2
2
1
3
3

Description

PLUG
-O-RING
CONTROL SLEEVE
PLUG
-O-RING
PLUG
-O-RING
NEEDLE BEARING
PLUG
-O-RING

4.3.29

VIBRATION PUMP
54520622

4.3.30

VIBRATION PUMP
54520622
Sl.No.

Part No.

Qty.

Description

32

59051466

SEAL

33

13263736

SERVO PISTON RING KIT

34

59145904

-ROLLER BEARING

35

59330936

-O-RING

36

59194043

RETAINING RING

37

54492608

O-RING

38

59399303

NUT

39

59249300

CHARGE RELIEF ADJUSTER

40

59155176

O-RING

41

58891896

SPRING

42

59399295

POPPET

43

13263744

CHARGE PUMP GASKET

4.3.31

VIBRATION PUMP
54520622

4.3.32

VIBRATION PUMP
54520622
Part No.

Qty.

30

59933622

31

58881863

44

59146035

NUT

45

13263751

SET SCREW

46

59194027

10

SCREW

47

13263769

SERVO COVER

48

13263777

49

13263785

Sl.No.

Description

PLUG
-O-RING

1SERVO COVER GASKET


1

SERVO COVER

4.3.33

STEERING PUMP
58858820

4.3.34

STEERING PUMP
58858820

Sl.No.

Part No.

Qty.

Description

58898669

BEARING

NSS

HOUSING

58904376

FLANGE

58898685

REAR COVER

58904343

DRIVE GEAR

58904335

IDLER GEAR

58904384

ANTI-EXTRUSION RING

58904392

PRESSURE SEAL

58904327

SCREW

10

58904277

SNAP RING

11

58904285

DOWEL PIN

12

58904400

O RING

13

58904418

SHAFT SEAL

58898677

SEAL KIT (INCLUDES ITEMS 7,8,12 & 13)

4.3.35

EXHAUST ASSEMBLY
70611405

4.3.36

EXHAUST ASSEMBLY
70611405

Sl.No.

Part No.

Qty.

Description

70577234

PLATE, COVER - HOT AIR

94037207

10

SCREW HEX. M12 X 35 LONG

94034188

10

WASHER, SPRING B12

70647672

STACK, EXHAUST

70000807

CLAMP, SILENCER MOUNTING

94141063

SCREW HEX. M10 X 45 LONG

94034170

WASHER SPRING B10

94034154

NUT HEX. M10

70607734

ADAPTER, EXHAUST SILENCER

10

70605647

ADAPTER, EXHAUST SILENCER

11

70126628

EXHAUST, SILENCER

4.3.37

THROTTLE ASSEMBLY
70146105

4.3.38

THROTTLE ASSEMBLY
70146105

Sl.No.

Part No.

Qty.

Description

70577614

THROTTLE CONTROL

70633755

BRACKET CABLE MTG

97140560

WASHER PLAIN

SCREW HOST HD

70186572

CABLE THROTTLE

70541016

CLEVIS

94039070

SCREW HEX HD

10

70036470

NUT HEX NYLOCK

* PART OF ENGINE

4.3.39

AIR CLEANER INSTALLATION


70146113

4.3.40

AIR CLEANER INSTALLATION


70146113
Sl.No.

Part No.

70079553

Qty.

Description

PRECLEANER

CLAMP (PART OF CLEANER)

70079546

AIR CLEANER

70079561

CLAMP, AIR CLEANER

94037066

SCREW, HEX. HEAD

94056629

NUT, NYLOCK

70079512

HUMP HOSE

70099601

CLAMP

70099593

CLAMP

10

70079520

SERVICE INDICATOR

11

70077060

PIPE INLET

12

70079504

ELBOW

13

94157419

CLAMP, SUPPORT

14

70079579

PIPE, CONNECTING

15

70079496

ELBOW

16

70082144

ELEMENT, PRIMARY - AIR CLEANER

17

70082151

ELEMENT, SECONDARY - AIR CLEANER

4.3.41

BATTERY INSTALLATION

This assembly is part of Electrical Installation 70146139

Sl.No.

Part No.

Qty.

97119713

BATTERY

94026762

BATTERY (FOR COLD STARTING AID)

94114378

FRAME, BATTERY

94114774

STUD

94042744

WASHER, PLAIN

94036928

WASHER, SPRING

94037488

NUT

70086699

BATTERY CABLE, +VE

70086707

BATTERY CABLE, -VE

4.3.42

Description

Console Assembly
CONTROL CONSOLE ASSEMBLY ........................................................ 4.4.2
SEAT INSTALLATION ............................................................................. 4.4.6
CONTROL LEVER INTERNAL BREAKDOWN ...................................... 4.4.8

4.4.1

CONTROL CONSOLE ASSEMBLY


70146063

4.4.2

CONTROL CONSOLE ASSEMBLY


70146063
Sl.No.

Part No.

Qty.

Description

70080734

STEERING WHEEL

70134622

PANEL, CONTROL

70066485

REAR CONSOLE COVER

94037124

SCREW, HEX. HEAD

94037785

WASHER SPRING

97140594

WASHER FLAT

58858481

VALVE, STEERING (UPTO M/C SL. NO. 170)

70535349

VALVE, STEERING (EFFECTIVE FROM SL. NO. 171)

59972760

SEAL KIT, STEERING VALVE

95919239

SCREW HEX. HEAD

94037587

WASHER SPRING

10

94038791

SCREW HEX. HEAD

11

94037124

SCREW, HEX HEAD

12

94037785

WASHER SPRING

13

97140594

WASHER FLAT

14

94037678

NUT

15

59939538

BRAKE SELECTOR VALVE

16

94053717

SCREW HEX. HEAD

17

94037785

WASHER SPRING

18

97140594

WASHER FLAT

19

94037678

NUT

20

70086806

PUSH BUTTON, HORN

21

70098603

IGNITION SWITCH

22

94131488

SWITCH, MCB

23

SCREW, PAN HEAD

24

NUT HEX.

25

70086814

GAUGE, ENGINE OIL TEMPERATURE

26

70086822

GAUGE, ENGINE OIL PRESSURE

27

70086830

GAUGE, ENGINE RPM

28

70086848

GAUGE, AMMETER

29

50248855

PUSH PULL CABLE

30

70563408

INDICATOR LIGHT, NO CHARGE

31

70563408

INDICATOR LIGHT, BRAKE

32

70066493

ARTICULATION LOCK PIN

33

94037066

SCREW HEX. HEAD

34

94038650

WASHER FLAT
4.4.3

CONTROL CONSOLE ASSEMBLY


70146063

4.4.4

CONTROL CONSOLE ASSEMBLY


70146063
Sl.No.

Part No.

Qty.

Description

35

94034170

WASHER SPRING

36

94034154

NUT

37

70080742

LOCK PIN HOLDER

38

94036811

SCREW HEX. HEAD

39

94036928

WASHER SPRING

40

94042744

WASHER PLAIN

41

70139852

CONSOLE WELDMENT

42

94037538

SCREW HEX. HEAD

43

94037553

12

WASHER PLAIN

44

94034188

12

WASHER SPRING

45

94246758

SCREW HEX. HEAD

46

94034162

NUT

47

94159282

HOUR METER

48

70091947

BRACKET, HOUR METER

49

94036811

SCREW, HEX. HEAD

50

94042744

WASHER PLAIN

51

94036928

WASHER SPRING

52

94037488

NUT

53

70563408

INDICATOR LIGHT, V BELT

54

70066451

VANDAL COVER WELD

55

94039070

SCREW HEX. HEAD

56

94037785

WASHER LOCK

57

97140594

WASHER FLAT

58

94037678

NUT HEX.

59

70098983

ELECTRIC HORN

60

70140058

TOGGLE SWITCH

61

70535356

COLUMN - COMP.

62

95919239

SCREW HEX. HEAD

63

94037587

WASHER SPRING

64

97126080

'O' RING

65

70149240

STUD

66

50135888

KNOB

4.4.5

SEAT INSTALLATION
70574561

4.4.6

SEAT INSTALLATION
70574561
Sl.No.

Part No.

Qty.

Description

70866683

CONTROL BOX

70066741

COVER PLATE

70553649

SEAT

96704531

LOCKBOLT M6 X 16 LONG

94034212

LOCKBOLT M10 X 20 LONG

70577622

CONTROL ASSEMBLY

70186880

- PROPULSION AND VIBRATION CABLE

96704531

LOCKBOLT M6 X 16 LONG

12

94036837

LOCKBOLT M10 X 25 LONG

4.4.7

CONTROL LEVER INTERNAL BREAKDOWN


59815449

Note:

4.4.8

This assembly is part of Seat Installation

CONTROL LEVER INTERNAL BREAKDOWN


59815449
Sl.No.

Part No.

Qty.

Description

59899641

KNOB

59652057

LEVER

50849744

DETENT, LEVER

50849751

PIN, SPRING

95571576

CAPSCREW, HEX. HEAD

59652099

SPRING, TORSION, RH

59652081

SPRING, TORSION LH

59652107

SHAFT, SPRING

50849801

RIVET

10

50849827

PLATE, ACTUATOR

11

50849819

ACTUATOR

12

59648394

KNOB

13

59652065

LEVER

14

50849769

SLUG, SPRING RETAINER

15

50849777

SPRING

16

50849785

BALL

17

58059601

KNOB SPRING TENSION

18

58059619

SPRING, COMPRESSION

19

58059627

BRAKE SHOE ASSEMBLY

20

59686709

PLATE, GATE

21

50849678

HOUSING

22

50849579

CAP, ACCESS

23

50849686

WASHER, LOCK

24

59686691

CAPSCREW, HEX. HEAD

25

59666271

WASHER, LOCK

26

59666289

CAPSCREW, HEX. HEAD

27

50849637

SHAFT

28

50849645

SPACER

29

50849652

RING, RETAINING

30

50849660

SPACER

31

50849603

SPACER, EXTRUDED

32

59648543

NEUTRAL SAFETY SWITCH KIT

33

59686691

CAPSCREW, HEX. HEAD

34

58059635

TERMINAL, CABLE

35

95337978

PIN, COTTER

36

50849835

PIN, CLEVIS

37

50849918

HANGER, CABLE

38

95592234

SCREW, FILLISTER HEAD

39

58059650

CLAMP, CABLE

40

59686741

NUT, SELF LOCKING

41

50849876

HANGER, CABLE
4.4.9

Drum Assembly
DRUM ASSEMBLY .................................................................................. 4.5.2
BOLT-ON PAD-FOOT SHELL - SD110F ................................................. 4.5.6
DRUM DRIVE MOTOR ............................................................................ 4.5.8
CARRIER ASSEMBLY .......................................................................... 4.5.10
ECCENTRIC SHAFT ASSEMBLY ......................................................... 4.5.12
ASSEMBLY, DRUM DRIVE - SD110 ..................................................... 4.5.14
DRUM DRIVE ASSEMBLY - SD110D & SD110F ................................. 4.5.16
DRUM DRIVE MOTOR - SD110D & SD110F ........................................ 4.5.18
TORQUE HUB - SD110 ......................................................................... 4.5.20

4.5.1

DRUM ASSEMBLY
PART OF DRUM INSTALLATION -

4.5.2

70633524

DRUM ASSEMBLY
PART OF DRUM INSTALLATION - 70633524
Sl.No.

Part No.

Qty.

Description

70059662

SCRAPPER (SD110 & SD110D)

70115498

SCRAPPER (SD110F)

70101720

SCREW HEX. HEAD

94038601

WASHER FLAT

94037041

WASHER SPRING

70101209

NUT

70081682

AR

SHIM

70172523

HOSE SUPPORT BRACKET (SD110)

70172523

HOSE SUPPORT BRACKET (SD110D)

70172531

HOSE SUPPORT PLATE (SD110)

70172531

HOSE SUPPORT PLATE (SD110D)

70094172

HOSE CLAMP (SD110)

70094172

HOSE CLAMP (SD110D)

70171293

HOSE CLAMP (SD110)

70171293

HOSE CLAMP (SD110D)

94053774

SCREW, HEX. HEAD (SD110)

94053774

18

SCREW HEX. HEAD (SD110D)

94042744

15

WASHER, PLAIN (SD110)

94042744

36

WASHER PLAIN (SD110D)

94036928

15

WASHER SPRING (SD110)

94036928

36

WASHER SPRING (SD110D)

94037488

15

NUT (SD110)

94037488

36

NUT (SD110D)

70094164

SCREW HEX. HEAD (SD110)

70094164

18

SCREW HEX. HEAD (SD110D)

94055894

SCREW HEX. HEAD (SD110)

94055894

SCREW HEX. HEAD (SD110D)

94036837

SCREW HEX. HEAD (SD110)

94036837

SCREW HEX. HEAD (SD110D)

94038650

WASHER FLAT (SD110)

94038650

12

WASHER FLAT (SD110D

94034170

WASHER SPRING (SD110)

94034170

12

WASHER SPRING (SD110D)

94034154

NUT (SD110)

94034154

NUT (SD110D)

23

94113909

REFLECTOR

24

94038866

SCREW, HEX. HEAD

25

94037504

WASHER, SPRING

10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22

4.5.3

DRUM ASSEMBLY

DRUM ASSEMBLY - SD110

70635370

DRUM ASSEMBLY - SD110D & F

70633417

4.5.4

DRUM ASSEMBLY

Sl.No.

Part No.

Qty.

13237441

70635826

Description

DRUM, MACHINING (SD110 & SD110D)


DRUM, MACHINING (SD110F)

13183512

BEARING HOUSING DRIVE

13217955

BEARING HOUSING SPINDLE

59277251

SPACER

59257857

ECCENTRIC SHAFT ASSEMBLY

58951690

BEARING, SPHERICAL

96711031

CLIP RING

96701552

32

WASHER

95643383

O RING

10

96739990

32

BOLT HEX. HEAD

11

59258319

COVER

12

96741038

WASHER, FLAT

13

96702824

BOLT HEX. HEAD

14

59277756

WEAR SLEEVE

15

50269984

BEARING, BALL

16

59297218

SHOCK MOUNT

17

13167390

V RING SEAL

18

96711510

RING, RETAINING

19

96711478

RING, RETAINING

20

95603163

O RING

21

59144428

PLUG, MAGNETIC

22

59277772

SIGHT GAUGE

23

13160640

ASSEMBLY, CARRIER

24

59613612

COUPLING, SPLINE

25

96736822

ROLL PIN

26

13183215

SHAFT, SPLINED

27

13197447

MOTOR, FIXED PISTON

28

95988739

O RING

29

96739990

32

BOLT, HEX. HEAD

30

96702329

12

BOLT, HEX. HEAD

31

95303350

ADAPTER, ELBOW

32

59922336

ADAPTER

33

70635388

ASSEMBLY, DRUM DRIVE SD110

13160650

ASSEMBLY, DRUM DRIVE, SD110D & SD110F

34

96716345

FLAT WASHER

35

96711882

NUT HEX.

36

96712237

FLAT WASHER

37

96702444

BOLT HEX. HEAD

4.5.5

BOLT-ON PAD-FOOT SHELL - SD110F

4.5.6

BOLT-ON PAD-FOOT SHELL - SD110F

Sl.No.

Part No.

Qty.

Description

58858844

BOLT-ON PAD-FOOT DRUM SHELL

94204245

CAPSCREW, HEX. HEAD

70155692

16

WASHER, FLAT

94037454

NUT HEX.

4.5.7

DRUM DRIVE MOTOR


13197447

4.5.8

DRUM DRIVE MOTOR


13197447
Sl.No.

Part No.

Qty.

Description

59360966

LIFTING BRACKET

58891540

SOCKET HEAD PLUG

50278019

O-RING

59387605

NEEDLE BEARING

59387498

END CAP GASKET

56998610

SOCKET HEAD PLUG

50278019

O-RING

58891540

SOCKET HEAD PLUG

50278019

O-RING

10

58891540

SOCKET HEAD PLUG

11

50278019

O-RING

12

13228200

SHAFT

13

59785519

RETAINING RING

14

95200648

BALL BEARING

15

59785519

RETAINING RING

16

59861872

RETAINING RING

17

59941203

LIP SEAL

18

59245209

RETAINING RING

19

59861872

RETAINING RING

4.5.9

CARRIER ASSEMBLY
13160643

4.5.10

CARRIER ASSEMBLY
13160643
Sl.No.

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12

Part No.

13185137
59600593
94037017
54584776
59277764
59297218
96738596
70166525
70139589
13232558
96716345
96711882

Qty.

1
1
1
1
1
4
2
2
2
1
4
4

Description

CARRIER PLATE, MACHINING


PLUG, PIPE
GREASE NIPPLE
BREATHER
OIL SEAL
SHOCK MOUNT
WASHER, FLAT
BOLT, HEX. HEAD
NUT, HEX.
SHOCK MOUNT PLATE
FLAT WASHER
HEX. NUT

4.5.11

ECCENTRIC SHAFT ASSEMBLY


59257857

4.5.12

ECCENTRIC SHAFT ASSEMBLY


59257857
Sl.No.

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

Part No.

59298323
13218052
59298042
13217922
59296632
59277723
96741046
96719265
96702428

Qty.

1
1
1
1
2
1
32
24
8

Description

JOURNAL, DRIVE SIDE


ECCENTRIC SHAFT
ECCENTRIC SHAFT
JOURNAL, NONDRIVE SIDE
BEARING
COUPLING, SPLINE
FLAT WASHER
CAPSCREW HEX. HEAD
CAPSCREW HEX. HEAD

4.5.13

ASSEMBLY, DRUM DRIVE - SD110


70635388

4.5.14

ASSEMBLY, DRUM DRIVE - SD110


70635388
Sl.No.

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13

Part No.

13207261
13206164
59762609
94041662
70139597
70148929
94038601
70573993
95378667
70096854
94074465
70098298
95922399

Qty.

1
1
1
10
10
16
20
1
3
1
2
1
4

Description

DRIVE PLATE - MACHINING


MOTOR MOUNTING BRACKET
TORQUE HUB
WASHER
NUT
SCREW HEX. HEAD
WASHER PLAIN
PLATE, COVER
BOLT HEX HEAD
GASKET
SET SCREW
BOLT, LUBRICATION
WASHER

4.5.15

DRUM DRIVE ASSEMBLY - SD110D & SD110F


13160650

4.5.16

DRUM DRIVE ASSEMBLY - SD110D & SD110F


13160650
Sl.No.

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
9
10
11
12

Part No.

13160676
13237383
59258681
94038601
94076916
96703665
70148929
70160304
94025699
94052701
94037587

Qty.

1
1
1
36
10
10
16
4
2
8
8

Description

MOTOR, DRUM DRIVE


DRIVE PLATE, MACHINING
BRACKET, DRIVE MOTOR MOUNTING
WASHER, PLAIN
BOLT HEX. HEAD
NUT HEX.
SCREW HEX. HEAD
FLANGE, SPLIT
O RING
BOLT HEX. HEAD
WASHER, SPRING

4.5.17

DRUM DRIVE MOTOR - SD110D & SD110F


13160676

4.5.18

DRUM DRIVE MOTOR, SD110D & SD110F


13160676
Sl.No.

Part No.

Qty.

Description

13262498

13263165

13264460

59902684

-O-RING

13263421

-SEAL KIT

13262639

-SPLIT PIN

59902668

-SEAL

59902676

-BLEED SCREW

10

13264478

CYLINDER BLOCK

11

59193847

-REPAIR KIT

12

13264486

13

59241505

14

59193839

BEARING SUPPORT

15

13263215

-THRUST RING

16

59241539

-O-RING

17

59241521

-O-RING

18

13264494

-SPLIT PIN

19

13263223

-RING

20

58804592

-O-RING

21

54563408

-SEAL

22

59902841

PLATE AND SCREWS

13262670

SEAL KIT

HOLDER
-WASHER
COMPLETE VALVING COVER

CAM
-O-RING

4.5.19

TORQUE HUB - SD110


59762609

4.5.20

TORQUE HUB - SD110


59762609
Sl.No.

Part No.

Qty.

Description

50912666

SEAL KIT (INCLUDES ITEMS 3 AND 7)

59944199

HUB SPINDLE SUBASSEMBLY (INCLUDES 2 TO 14)

59728972

SPINDLE

50876135

SEAL

95758686

CUP, BEARING

95758678

CONE, BEARING

50876176

SPACER

59566307

RING, RETAINING.

59674382

HUB

50876184

PLUG, PIPE

10

59566414

PLUG, MAGNETIC

11

59597765

12

STUD.

12

59674465

BOOT

13

95465266

CUP, BEARING

14

95465274

CONE, BEARING

15

59674473

COVER (ATTACHING HARDWARE)

16

59888602

16

BOLT

4.5.21

Hydraulic Piping
PIPING, HYDRAULIC - SD110 ................................................................ 4.6.2
HYDRAULIC FILTER INSTALLATION .................................................... 4.6.5

4.6.1

PIPING, HYDRAULIC - SD110


70635438

4.6.2

PIPING, HYDRAULIC - SD110


70635438
Sl.No.

1
2
3
4
5
9
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26
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30
31
32
33
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41
42
44
45
48
51
52
53
54
55
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
81
82

Part No.

81270746
81268211
94037298
94026614
97116065
95357604
95376133
97126114
97126122
94037298
97114144
94052594
97126080
70577432
94024320
70074380
59984559
97116289
94227485
70098819
94038916
97116065
97114250
95376133
70710173
59984559
97126114
97126122
97126247
97126247
97137103
97114144
97114144
94201621
97116099
97116081
59923003
59993881
97116073
97116099
94037330
97114250
97116289
94061553
94034170
94055886
94034154
70541024
59922336
97114144
94034352
95303335
94034352
94034345

Qty.

1
1
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
2
1
1
6
4
8
8
1
1
2
1
1
2
1
1
1
2
2
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
1
2
1
4
8
8
8
8
1
2
2
1
1
4
2

Description

ADAPTER ST.
ADAPTER ST.
ADAPTER ST.
ADAPTER ST
TEE, RUN
ADAPTER ELBOW
ADAPTER ELBOW
O RING
ADAPTER ST.
ADAPTER ST.
O RING
ADAPTER ST.
O RING
ADAPTER ST.
BONDED SEAL
ADAPTER ST.
FILTER, SUCTION
O RING
FLANGE, SPLIT
BOLT HEX.
WASHER SPRING
TEE, RUN
TEE, BRANCH
ADAPTER ELBOW
CROSS
FILTER, SUCTION
O RING
ADAPTER ST.
ADAPTER ST
ADAPTER ST.
ADAPTER ELBOW
O RING
O RING
ADPTER ST.
O RING
ADAPTER ST.
ADAPTER ELBOW
O RING
ADAPTER ST.
O RING
ADAPTER ST.
TEE, BRANCH
O RING
FLANGE, SPLIT
WASHER SPRING
BOLT HEX. HEAD
NUT HEX.
MOUNTING BLOCK, SAE FLAGE
ADAPTER
O RING
O RING
ADAPTER ELBOW
O RING
ADAPTER ELBOW
4.6.3

PIPING, HYDRAULIC - SD110


70635438
Sl.No.

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114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
131
132
133
139
140
141
145
146
147

4.6.4

Part No.

59824862
97122402
97113740
70130034
94077344
97113880
94061645
70074257
94373339
97113500
97114573
70610852
70635289
70068556
70068564
97114557
70638556
70158506
70605233
70071204
70633508
70633516
70122171
81268120
94146933
94146925
97126189
97114524
70122171
97135008
70186150
97114557
97113484
70605233
97137319
94039039
94034337
94080850
94052594
97126080
97126247
97116065
97126114

Qty.

2
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
3
1
4
1
1
2
3
1
3

Description

ADAPTER
TEE
ADAPTER ST.
ADAPTER ELBOW
ADAPTER ST.
TEE, SWIVEL
ADAPTER ELBOW
HOSE, HYDRAULIC
HOSE, HYDRAULIC
HOSE, HYDRAULIC
HOSE, HYDRAULIC
HOSE, HYDRAULIC
HOSE, HYDRAULIC
HOSE, HYDRAULIC
HOSE, HYDRAULIC
HOSE, HYDRAULIC
HOSE, HYDRAULIC
HOSE, HYDRAULIC
HOSE, HYDRAULIC
HOSE, HYDRAULIC
HOSE, HYDRAULIC
HOSE, HYDRAULIC
HOSE, HYDRAULIC
HOSE, HYDRAULIC
HOSE, HYDRAULIC
HOSE, HYDRAULIC
HOSE, HYDRAULIC
HOSE, HYDRAULIC
HOSE, HYDRAULIC
HOSE, HYDRAULIC
HOSE, HYDRAULIC
HOSE, HYDRAULIC
HOSE, HYDRAULIC
HOSE, HYDRAULIC
ADAPTER ST.
ADAPTER ELBOW
O RING
ADAPTER ELBOW
ADAPTER ST.
O RING
ADAPTER ST.
TEE, RUN
O RING

HYDRAULIC FILTER
INSTALLATION

94053352

Screw, hex head (4 numbers)

94056728

Washer flat (4 numbers)

59984559

Filter, hydraulic (2 numbers)

59309203 or 59587196 Filter element

4.6.5

Electricals
WORKING LIGHTS INSTALLATION....................................................... 4.7.2
WORKING LIGHTS AND FOG LAMP ..................................................... 4.7.4
TAIL LIGHTS INSTALLATION................................................................. 4.7.6

4.7.1

WORKING LIGHTS INSTALLATION


70146204

Front Rail

4.7.2

WORKING LIGHTS INSTALLATION


70146204
Sl.No.

Part No.

Qty.

Description

70106414

HEAD LAMP

94037520

HEX. HEAD SCREW

94037504

WASHER SPRING

94037512

NUT HEX.

94327905

WASHER PLAIN

70105895

HAND RAIL LIGHT BRACKET

94031184

WASHER PLAIN

97140214

NUT HEX.

10

94037090

HEX. HEAD SCREW

11

70105887

LIGHT BRACKET

12

94036837

HEX. HEAD SCREW

13

94038650

WASHER PLAIN

14

94034170

WASHER SPRING

15

94034154

NUT HEX.

16

70106422

RELAY

17

94038676

HEX. HEAD SCREW

18

94037785

WASHER SPRING

19

97140594

WASHER PLAIN

20

94037678

NUT HEX.

21

70106406

LIGHT CONTROL BOX

22

70106398

CONTROL PLATE

23

94036928

WASHER SPRING

24

94113909

REFLECTOR

25

94036688

HEX. HEAD SCREW

26

94037785

WASHER SPRING

4.7.3

WORKING LIGHTS AND FOG LAMP


70146212

4.7.4

WORKING LIGHTS AND FOG LAMP


70146212

Sl.No.

Part No.

Qty.

Description

70106414

HEAD LAMP

94037520

SCREW, HEX. HEAD

94037504

WASHER, SPRING

94037512

NUT, HEX.

94327905

WASHER, PLAIN

70127105

HAND RAIL LIGHT BRACKET

94062056

U CLAMP

94031184

WASHER, PLAIN

97140214

NUT, HEX.

10

94037090

SCREW, HEX. HEAD

11

70105887

BRACKET, LIGHT

12

94036837

SCREW, HEX. HEAD

13

94038650

WASHER, PLAIN

14

94034170

WASHER, SPRING

15

94034154

NUT, HEX

16

70106422

RELAY

17

94038676

SCREW, HEX. HEAD

18

94037785

WASHER, SPRING

19

97140594

WASHER, PLAIN

20

94037678

NUT, HEX.

21

70127113

CONTROL BOX, LIGHT

22

70127121

PLATE, CONTROL BOX

23

94036928

WASHER, SPRING

24

70124946

FOG LAMP

25

94113909

REFLECTOR

26

94036688

SCREW, HEX. HEAD

27

94037785

WASHER, SPRING

4.7.5

TAIL LIGHTS INSTALLATION


70114822

Sl.No.

Part No.

Qty.

Description

70114814

TAIL LAMP

94037504

WASHER, SPRING

94037512

NUT, HEX.

4.7.6

Kits and Recommended Spares


SERVICE KITS ........................................................................................ 4.8.2
RECOMMENDED LIST OF SPARES ...................................................... 4.8.3
TOOL KIT................................................................................................. 4.8.5
TORQUE CHART .................................................................................... 4.8.6

4.8.1

SERVICE KITS

Sl.No.

Part No.

Qty.

Description

Assy. CPN

59999003

SEAL KIT, AXLE DRIVE MOTOR

59359224

50277649

SEAL KIT, DRUM DRIVE MOTOR

59583906

59553016

SEAL KIT, VIBRATION MOTOR

59539692

59360834

SEAL KIT, PROPULSION PUMP, SD110

59807628

59399253

SEAL KIT, PROPULSION PUMP, SD110

59933861

GASKET KIT, VIBRATION PUMP

59807628

59933853

CYLINDER BLOCK KIT, VIBRATION PUMP

59807628

59424176

SEAL KIT, STEERING PUMP

59372813

70082128

SEAL KIT, STEERING CYLINDER

70059886

7082144

PRIMERY ELEMENT, AIR CLEANER

70079546

70082151

SECONDARY ELEMENT, AIR CLEANER

70079546

59309203

ELEMENT, HYDRAULIC FILTER

59984559

OR
59587196

ELEMENT, HYDRAULIC FILTER

10

70074398

SUCTION STRAINER

11

70149125

ENGINE OIL FILTER

12

70082177

FUEL FILTER, PRIMARY

13

70082185

FUEL FILTER, SECONDARY

14

70069034

KIT, TOOLS

15

70156237

O RING KIT

16

70156245

SEAL AND GASKET KIT

4.8.2

RECOMMENDED LIST OF SPARES

Sl.No.

Part No.

70149125

Qty.

Description

OIL FILTER - ENGINE LUBRIC. OIL

70082177

FUEL FITTER PRIMARY

70082185

FUEL FILTER SECONDARY

70086699

BATTERY CABLE

POSITIVE

70086707

BATTERY CABLE

NEGATIVE

70082144

ELEMENT, AIR CLEANER - PRIMARY

70082151

ELEMENT, AIR CLEANER - SECONDARY

70092721

ELEMENT, COUPLING

CONTROL CONSOLE ASSY.


1

50248855

ENGINE SHUT-DOWN CABLE

70068127

THROTTLE CABLE

70080262

PROPULSION AND VIBRATION CABLE

94316868

GAS SPRING

94131488

M.C.B.

70098603

IGNITION SWITCH

94159365

INDICATOR LAMP

94159282

HOUR METER - ENGINE

70086814

ENGINE OIL TEMPERATURE GAUGE

10

70086822

ENGINE OIL PRESSURE GAUGE

11

70086848

AMMETER

12

70086830

ENGINE RPM GAUGE

13

70087705

LUB. CHART DECAL

14

58786377

CHECK LIST DECAL

15

70003462

PRESSURE SWITCH

16

70098983

ELECTRIC HORN

DRUM ASSEMBLY
1

50277649

SEAL KIT - DRUM DRIVE MOTOR

59553016

SEAL KT - ECCENTRIC DRIVE MOTOR

70081492

O RING - MOTOR MOUNTING

59600205

16

SHOCK MOUNT

94041448

C RING

59539262

OIL SEAL

95041422

O RING

95396743

BEARING CUP

95396735

BEARING CONE

10

59538769

ADAPTER SPLINE

4.8.3

RECOMMENDED LIST OF SPARES


Sl.No.

Part No.

Qty.

Description

11

50272459

BEARING CUP

CARRIER

12

50272459

BEARING CONE

CARRIER

13

59584698

WEAR SLEEVE

14

95391306

OIL SEAL

15

70058920

ECCENTRIC SHAFT COUPLING

16

70058938

ECCENTRIC SHAFT SLEEVE

17

94052545

SPIRAL PIN

18

70011424

SPIRAL PIN

PUMP/MOTORS
1

59360834

SEAL KIT - PROPULSION PUMP

59933861

OVERHAUL GASKET KT

70081484

O' RING-MTG. VIBRATION PUMP

59424176

SEAL KT - STEERING PUMP

70081476

O RING-MTG. STEERING PUMP

59999003

SEAL KIT AXLE MOTOR

HYDRAULIC SYSTEMS
1

70074398

SUCTION STRAINER

94314218

BREATHER

59309203

10

ELEMENT, FILTER HYD. OR

59587196

10

ELEMENT, FILTER HYD.

70082128

SEAL KIT

4.8.4

STEERING CYLINDER.

TOOL KIT
70069034

Sl.No.

Part No.

Qty.

Description

70551445

SQUARE PLUG KEY 1/2"

70551437

ALLEN KEY 9/16"A/F

70551270

RING SPANNER 9/16" X 1/2"

70551361

SPANNER, DOUBLE END 9/16" X 1/2"

70551296

RING SPANNER 7/16" X 3/8"

70551312

SPANNER DOUBLE END 7/16" X 3/8"

70551320

SPANNER, DOUBLE END 3/4" X 7/8"

70551411

SPANNER, DOUBLE END 1.1/16"X 1.1/8"

70551346

SCREW DRIVER 12"

10

94127743

TOOL BAG

11

70551262

ALLEN KEY, 3/8"

12

70558002

SPANNER, DOUBLE END 16/17 MM

13

70576715

ALLEN KEY, 12 MM

14

70568308

GAUGE, TYRE AIR PRESSURE

4.8.5

TORQUE CHART

4.8.6

TORQUE CHART

4.8.7

PART NUMBER INDEX


10486116
12363868
13066329
13104161
13160640
13160643
13160650
13160676
13167390
13183215
13183512
13185137
13197447
13205984
13206164
13207261
13217922
13217955
13218052
13228200
13228705
13228713
13228762
13228770
13228788
13232558
13237383
13237441
13262498
13262639
13262670
13263165
13263215
13263223
13263421
13263678
13263686
13263694
13263702
13263710
13263728
13263736
13263744
13263751
13263769
13263777
13263785
13263846
13263850
13263876
13264460
13264478
13264486
13264494
13268362
13268370
13268388
50135888

4.1.5
4.1.15
4.3.27
4.1.7
4.5.5
4.5.10
4.5.5
4.5.17, 4.5.18
4.5.5
4.5.5
4.5.5
4.5.11
4.5.5
4.1.12
4.5.15
4.5.15
4.5.13
4.5.5
4.5.13
4.5.9
4.1.11
4.1.11
4.1.5
4.1.5
4.1.5
4.5.11
4.5.17
4.5.5
4.5.19
4.5.19
4.5.19
4.5.19
4.5.19
4.5.19
4.5.19
4.3.25
4.3.25
4.3.27
4.3.27
4.3.27
4.3.29
4.3.31
4.3.31
4.3.33
4.3.33
4.3.33
4.3.33
4.1.15
4.1.15
4.1.15
4.5.19
4.5.19
4.5.19
4.5.19
4.1.5
4.1.5
4.1.5
4.4.5

50248855
50268101
50268127
50268242
50268259
50268861
50268879
50269984
50272459
50277649
50278019
50849579
50849603
50849637
50849645
50849652
50849660
50849678
50849686
50849744
50849751
50849769
50849777
50849785
50849801
50849819
50849827
50849835
50849876
50849918
50876135
50876176
50876184
50912666
54444492
54492608
54563408
54584776
54632773
54632898
54633185
56998610
58059601
58059619
58059627
58059635
58059650
58778796
58785346
58786377
58795766
58799743
58799750
58804337
58804592
58815564
58855099
58855131

4.3.39, 4.4.3, 4.8.3


4.2.7
4.2.5, 4.2.7
4.2.7
4.2.7
4.2.7
4.2.7
4.5.5
4.8.4
4.8.2, 4.8.3
4.3.10, 4.5.9
4.4.9
4.4.9
4.4.9
4.4.9
4.4.9
4.4.9
4.4.9
4.4.9
4.4.9
4.4.9
4.4.9
4.4.9
4.4.9
4.4.9
4.4.9
4.4.9
4.4.9
4.4.9
4.4.9
4.5.21
4.5.21
4.5.21
4.5.21
4.1.4
4.3.31
4.5.19
4.5.11
4.1.9
4.1.9
4.1.11
4.5.9
4.4.9
4.4.9
4.4.9
4.4.9
4.4.9
4.2.15
4.1.15
4.2.15, 4.8.3
4.3.10, 4.3.13
4.1.15
4.1.15
4.1.11
4.5.19
4.3.13
4.2.3
4.2.3

58858481
58858820
58858844
58881863
58891441
58891540
58891896
58895855
58898669
58898677
58898685
58904277
58904285
58904327
58904335
58904343
58904376
58904384
58904392
58904400
58904418
58916537
58916545
58916578
58916610
58916685
58916693
58916727
58916750
58916768
58916776
58916784
58916818
58916826
58916834
58916842
58916859
58916891
58916909
58916925
58916933
58917014
58917055
58917063
58917097
58917105
58917113
58917147
58917295
58917303
58917345
58917451
58917527
58918558
58918566
58918590
58921495
58947490

4.4.3
4.3.7, 4.3.34
4.5.7
4.1.15, 4.3.29, 4.3.33
4.3.10, 4.3.23
4.5.9
4.3.31
4.2.3
4.3.35
4.3.35
4.3.35
4.3.35
4.3.35
4.3.35
4.3.35
4.3.35
4.3.35
4.3.35
4.3.35
4.3.35
4.3.35
4.1.7
4.1.7
4.1.7
4.1.7
4.1.11
4.1.11
4.1.11
4.1.11
4.1.11
4.1.11
4.1.11
4.1.11
4.1.11
4.1.11
4.1.11
4.1.11
4.1.11
4.1.11
4.1.11
4.1.11
4.1.11
4.1.11
4.1.11
4.1.11
4.1.11
4.1.11
4.1.11
4.1.9
4.1.9
4.1.9
4.1.9
4.1.9
4.3.10, 4.3.17
4.3.10, 4.3.17
4.3.10, 4.3.17
4.3.11, 4.3.13
4.2.3
4.9.1

PART NUMBER INDEX


58950734 4.3.27, 4.3.29
58951690 4.5.5
58974155 4.1.7, 4.1.11
59008268 4.2.3
59012104 4.1.3
59025882 4.2.3
59034348 4.3.27
59034439 4.3.10
59034447 4.3.10, 4.3.21
59034462 4.3.10
59051466 4.3.27, 4.3.31
59051474 4.3.27
59051524 4.3.27
59051573 4.3.29
59051656 4.1.15
59051680 4.3.27
59054650 4.5.12
59070326 4.2.11
59078899 4.1.5, 4.1.7
59079772 4.1.11
59090605 4.3.7, 4.3.24, 4.3.26,
4.3.28, 4.3.30, 4.3.32
59095059 4.3.21
59095067 4.3.21
59095075 4.3.15
59108969 4.2.11
59110775 4.3.29
59121426 4.1.15
59140657 4.3.19
59142083 4.3.21
59144428 4.5.5
59145862 4.3.25
59145870 4.3.25
59145888 4.3.25
59145896 4.3.25
59145904 4.3.25, 4.3.31
59146035 4.3.33
59146043 4.1.15
59155176 4.3.31
59163758 4.1.16
59166595 4.1.16
59177220 4.2.11
59179010 4.1.3
59193839 4.5.19
59193847 4.5.19
59194027 4.3.33
59194035 4.3.27
59194043 4.3.31
59218172 4.1.5
59218198 4.1.5
59218214 4.1.5
59218230 4.1.5
59218248 4.1.5
59218255 4.1.5
59218263 4.1.5
59218297 4.1.7
59218305 4.1.7
59218313 4.1.7, 4.1.9
4.9.2

59218321 4.1.9
59218339 4.1.9
59218347 4.1.9
59218354 4.1.9
59218362 4.1.9
59218370 4.1.9
59218388 4.1.9
59218396 4.1.9
59218404 4.1.9
59218438 4.1.11
59218446 4.1.11
59218453 4.1.11
59218461 4.1.11
59218487 4.1.11
59218495 4.1.11
59218503 4.1.11
59218511 4.1.11
59218529 4.1.11
59231217 4.3.21
59231225 4.3.21
59231233 4.3.21
59241505 4.5.19
59241521 4.5.19
59241539 4.5.19
59243030 4.1.5
59245209 4.1.15, 4.5.9
59249300 4.3.31
59251009 4.1.7
59251074 4.1.11
59257857 4.5.5
59258319 4.5.5
59258681 4.5.17
59277251 4.5.5
59277723 4.5.13
59277756 4.5.5
59277764 4.5.11
59277772 4.5.5
59296632 4.5.13
59297218 4.5.5, 4.5.11
59298042 4.5.13
59298323 4.5.13
59309203 4.6.5, 4.8.2, 4.8.4
59313205
4.3.7, 4.3.8, 4.3.10, 4.3.12,
4.3.14, 4.3.16, 4.3.18, 4.3.20, 4.3.22
59322818 4.2.15
59330936 4.3.31
59336818 4.1.15
59336842 4.1.15
59336859 4.1.15
59343228 4.3.13
59343236 4.3.10, 4.3.13
59343244 4.3.10, 4.3.13
59343251 4.3.10, 4.3.13
59343269 4.3.10, 4.3.21
59343277 4.3.10
59359836 4.1.15
59360099 4.3.10, 4.3.21

59360107
59360115
59360123
59360156
59360198
59360305
59360313
59360347
59360354
59360461
59360487
59360495
59360511
59360545
59360552
59360594
59360610
59360651
59360669
59360677
59360735
59360776
59360834
59360941
59360966
59369512
59384347
59387498
59387605
59396499
59399253
59399295
59399303
59422907
59424176
59446138
59476846
59476853
59519298
59524447
59538769
59539262
59539692
59546812
59553016
59566307
59566414
59584698
59587196
59597765
59600205
59600593
59605873
59605915
59609008
59613612
59615328
59615336

4.3.10
4.3.10, 4.3.21
4.3.10, 4.3.21
4.3.11, 4.3.21
4.3.11, 4.3.21
4.3.11, 4.3.21
4.3.11, 4.3.21
4.3.23
4.3.10, 4.3.17, 4.3.23
4.3.10, 4.3.17
4.3.10, 4.3.17
4.3.10, 4.3.17
4.3.10, 4.3.17
4.3.10, 4.3.17
4.3.10, 4.3.17
4.3.10, 4.3.17
4.1.15, 4.3.13, 4.3.27
4.3.15
4.3.27
4.3.27
4.3.11, 4.3.13
4.3.11
4.8.2, 4.8.4
4.3.29
4.5.9
4.3.10
4.3.10, 4.3.21
4.5.9
4.3.29, 4.5.9
4.3.7
4.8.2
4.3.13, 4.3.31
4.3.31
4.1.15
4.8.2, 4.8.4
4.3.10
4.3.10
4.3.10
4.2.7
4.1.16
4.8.3
4.8.3
4.5.8
4.3.5
4.8.2, 4.8.3
4.5.21
4.5.21
4.8.4
4.6.5, 4.8.2, 4.8.4
4.5.21
4.8.3
4.5.11
4.2.15
4.2.15
4.2.13
4.5.5
4.2.15
4.2.15

PART NUMBER INDEX


59648394
59648543
59652057
59652065
59652081
59652099
59652107
59666271
59666289
59667287
59673137
59674382
59674465
59674473
59686691
59686709
59686741
59728972
59731380
59762609
59769356
59778266
59778332
59785303
59785493
59785519
59790600
59790956
59791483
59791491
59793588
59793752
59794115
59794123
59803635
59815449
59820837
59824862
59861872
59888214
59888271
59888602
59899021
59899641
59902668
59902676
59902684
59902841
59917682
59922336
59923003
59923490
59929711
59933622
59933853
59933861
59938373
59939538

4.4.9
4.4.9
4.4.9
4.4.9
4.4.9
4.4.9
4.4.9
4.4.9
4.4.9
4.2.15
4.1.3
4.5.21
4.5.21
4.5.21
4.4.9
4.4.9
4.4.9
4.5.21
4.2.11
4.5.15, 4.5.20
4.1.9
4.1.11
4.1.9
4.1.15
4.1.15
4.1.15, 4.5.9
4.1.5
4.1.9
4.1.9
4.1.9
4.1.5, 4.1.7
4.1.9
4.1.11
4.1.11
4.1.11
4.4.8
4.2.15
4.2.11, 4.6.4
4.5.9
4.1.15
4.1.15
4.5.21
4.3.10, 4.3.17
4.4.9
4.5.19
4.5.19
4.5.19
4.5.19
4.1.11
4.5.5, 4.6.3
4.1.3, 4.6.3
4.1.3
4.1.16
4.1.15, 4.3.29, 4.3.33
4.8.2
4.8.2, 4.8.4
4.1.15
4.2.11, 4.4.3

59941203
59944199
59945931
59949461
59949487
59949511
59972760
59972877
59984559
59985663
59986448
59986455
59986463
59993881
59999003
70000807
70003462
70010053
70011424
70026943
70036470
70037494
70058912
70058920
70058938
70058979
70058987
70059456
70059662
70059696
70059795
70059886
70065255
70066451
70066485
70066493
70066741
70067327
70067335
70067343
70067350
70067384
70067418
70068127
70068135
70068556
70068564
70069034
70071204
70071469
70072723
70074257
70074380
70074398
70075320
70075718
70076609
70076955

4.1.15, 4.5.9
4.5.21
4.2.15
4.1.15
4.3.29
4.1.15
4.4.3
4.1.15
4.6.3, 4.6.5
4.2.15
4.3.27
4.3.27, 4.3.29
4.1.15
4.6.3
4.8.2, 4.8.4
4.3.37
4.8.3
4.2.5, 4.2.7
4.8.4
4.2.7
4.3.39
4.3.39
4.2.5, 4.2.7
4.8.4
4.8.4
4.2.7
4.2.7
4.2.7
4.5.3
4.2.7
4.2.7
4.2.4
4.3.3
4.4.5
4.4.3
4.2.9, 4.4.3
4.4.7
4.3.7
4.3.7
4.3.7
4.3.7
4.3.7
4.3.7
4.8.3
4.3.7
4.6.4
4.6.4
4.8.2, 4.8.5
4.6.4
4.3.7
4.3.5
4.6.4
4.6.3
4.8.2, 4.8.4
4.3.3
4.3.5
4.3.3
4.3.5

70077060
70079496
70079504
70079512
70079520
70079546
70079553
70079561
70079579
70080262
70080734
70080742
70081302
70081476
70081484
70081492
70081500
70081526
70081534
70081542
70081682
70082128
70082144
70082151
70082177
70082185
70084496
70086699
70086707
70086806
70086814
70086822
70086830
70086848
70087705
70087747
70087754
70091947
70092721
70094164
70094172
70095674
70096854
70097118
70097126
70097134
70098215
70098223
70098272
70098298
70098603
70098819
70098983
70099593
70099601
70101183
70101209
70101704

4.3.41
4.3.41
4.3.41
4.3.41
4.3.41
4.3.41
4.3.41
4.3.41
4.3.41
4.8.3
4.2.11, 4.4.3
4.2.9, 4.4.5
4.3.39
4.3.7, 4.8.4
4.3.7, 4.8.4
4.8.3
4.2.13
4.2.13
4.2.13
4.2.13
4.5.3
4.8.2, 4.8.4
4.3.41, 4.8.3
4.3.41, 4.8.2, 4.8.3
4.8.2, 4.8.3
4.8.2, 4.8.3
4.3.7
4.3.42, 4.8.3
4.3.42, 4.8.3
4.4.3
4.4.3, 4.8.3
4.4.3, 4.8.3
4.4.3, 4.8.3
4.4.3, 4.8.3
4.8.3
4.2.7
4.2.7
4.4.5
4.3.7, 4.8.3
4.5.3
4.5.3
4.3.7
4.5.15
4.2.15
4.2.15
4.2.15
4.3.7
4.3.7
4.3.7
4.5.15
4.4.3, 4.8.3
4.6.3
4.2.11, 4.4.5, 4.8.3
4.3.41
4.3.41
4.2.7
4.5.3
4.3.7
4.9.3

PART NUMBER INDEX


70101720
70105424
70105887
70105895
70106398
70106406
70106414
70106422
70108741
70114814
70114822
70115498
70122171
70124946
70126628
70127105
70127113
70127121
70128616
70129010
70130034
70134622
70138615
70139589
70139597
70139621
70139852
70140058
70146006
70146022
70146063
70146105
70146113
70146139
70146154
70146204
70146212
70146246
70146253
70146261
70146469
70148929
70149125
70149240
70149430
70151246
70151253
70151345
70154612
70155056
70155692
70156237
70156245
70160304
70163464
70166350
70166525
70171293
4.9.4

4.5.3
4.2.13
4.7.3, 4.7.5
4.7.3
4.7.3
4.7.3
4.7.3, 4.7.5
4.7.3, 4.7.5
4.2.11
4.7.6
4.7.6
4.5.3
4.6.4
4.7.5
4.3.37
4.7.5
4.7.5
4.7.5
4.2.15
4.2.15
4.2.5, 4.6.4
4.4.3
4.3.5
4.5.11
4.5.15
4.2.13
4.4.5
4.4.5
4.2.6
4.5.4
4.4.2
4.3.38
4.3.40
4.3.42
4.2.14
4.7.2
4.7.4
4.5.2
4.5.4
4.5.14, 4.5.16
4.2.13
4.5.15, 4.5.17
4.8.2, 4.8.3
4.4.5
4.2.15
4.5.7
4.5.7
4.2.15
4.3.5
4.2.11
4.5.7
4.8.2
4.8.2
4.5.17
4.2.7
4.1.16
4.5.11
4.5.3

70172523
70172531
70186150
70186572
70186880
70508437
70509518
70509526
70509534
70533245
70533260
70535349
70535356
70536065
70536073
70541024
70551262
70551270
70551296
70551312
70551320
70551346
70551361
70551411
70551437
70551445
70553649
70558002
70563408
70566526
70567896
70567904
70568308
70568373
70570692
70573993
70574520
70574538
70574546
70574553
70574561
70574579
70576020
70576038
70576715
70577044
70577234
70577432
70577614
70577622
70579487
70605233
70605647
70607734
70610852
70611405
70613104
70613153

4.5.3
4.5.3
4.6.4
4.3.39
4.4.7
4.1.3
4.3.7
4.3.7
4.3.7
4.2.5
4.2.5
4.2.11, 4.4.3
4.2.11, 4.4.5
4.2.5
4.2.5
4.6.3
4.8.5
4.8.5
4.8.5
4.8.5
4.8.5
4.8.5
4.8.5
4.8.5
4.8.5
4.8.5
4.4.7
4.8.5
4.4.3, 4.4.5
4.2.3
4.3.3
4.3.3
4.8.5
4.3.3
4.1.2
4.5.15
4.2.8
4.3.4
4.2.10
4.2.2
4.4.6
4.3.2
4.2.5
4.2.5
4.8.5
4.2.12
4.3.37
4.6.3
4.3.39
4.4.7
4.3.5
4.6.4
4.3.37
4.3.37
4.6.4
4.3.36
4.3.3
4.3.3

70615141 4.2.9
70633508 4.6.4
70633516 4.6.4
70635289 4.6.4
70635305 4.1.16
70635388 4.5.5
70635404 4.3.6
70635438 4.6.2
70635826 4.5.5
70638556 4.6.4
70647672 4.3.37
70702956 4.1.16
70710173 4.6.3
7082144 4.8.2
70866683 4.4.7
81268120 4.6.4
81268211 4.6.3
81270746 4.2.3, 4.6.3
90502816 4.1.11
90502915 4.1.9
94024320 4.6.3
94025699 4.5.17
94026614 4.6.3
94026762 4.3.42
94031184 4.7.3, 4.7.5
94031622 4.3.7
94031994 4.3.3
94034154 4.3.37, 4.4.5, 4.5.3,
4.6.3, 4.7.3, 4.7.5
94034162 4.3.3, 4.4.5
94034170 4.3.7, 4.3.37, 4.4.5,
4.5.3, 4.6.3, 4.7.3, 4.7.5
94034188
4.2.9, 4.3.3, 4.3.5, 4.3.37, 4.4.5
94034212 4.4.7
94034337 4.6.4
94034345 4.2.11, 4.6.3
94034352 4.6.3
94036654 4.3.5
94036688 4.7.3, 4.7.5
94036811 4.3.5, 4.4.5
94036837
4.4.7, 4.5.3, 4.7.3, 4.7.5
94036886 4.3.3
94036928
4.3.3, 4.3.5, 4.3.7, 4.3.42,
4.4.5, 4.5.3, 4.7.3, 4.7.5
94037017 4.5.11
94037041 4.2.7, 4.5.3
94037066 4.3.7, 4.3.41, 4.4.3
94037090 4.7.3, 4.7.5
94037124 4.3.7, 4.3.39, 4.4.3
94037207 4.3.37
94037298 4.6.3
94037330 4.1.3, 4.6.3
94037397 4.3.7
94037447 4.3.3
94037488

PART NUMBER INDEX


4.3.3, 4.3.42, 4.4.5, 4.5.3
94037504
4.2.15, 4.3.7, 4.5.3, 4.7.3,
4.7.5, 4.7.6
94037512
4.3.7, 4.3.39, 4.7.3, 4.7.5, 4.7.6
94037520 4.7.3, 4.7.5
94037538 4.4.5
94037553 4.4.5
94037587
4.3.7, 4.4.3, 4.4.5, 4.5.17
94037645 4.2.13
94037678
4.3.39, 4.4.3, 4.4.5, 4.7.3, 4.7.5
94037785
4.3.39, 4.4.3, 4.4.5, 4.7.3, 4.7.5
94038601 4.5.3, 4.5.15, 4.5.17
94038636 4.3.5
94038650
4.3.7, 4.4.3, 4.5.3, 4.7.3, 4.7.5
94038676 4.3.39, 4.7.3, 4.7.5
94038791 4.4.3
94038866 4.5.3
94038916 4.6.3
94039039 4.6.4
94039070 4.4.5
94041448 4.8.3
94041662 4.5.15
94042744
4.3.3, 4.3.7, 4.3.42, 4.4.5, 4.5.3
94049657 4.2.11
94052545 4.8.4
94052594 4.6.3, 4.6.4
94052701 4.5.17
94053352 4.6.5
94053683 4.3.7
94053717 4.4.3
94053733 4.3.7
94053774 4.5.3
94055886 4.6.3
94055894 4.5.3
94056496 4.3.7
94056553 4.3.5
94056629 4.3.41
94056728 4.6.5
94061553 4.6.3
94061645 4.2.11, 4.6.4
94062056 4.7.5
94070398 4.3.5
94071909 4.3.5
94074465 4.5.15
94076916 4.5.17
94077344 4.2.11, 4.6.4
94080850 4.6.4
94102100 4.2.15
94113909 4.5.3, 4.7.3, 4.7.5
94114378 4.3.42
94114774 4.3.42

94127743
94130200
94131488
94141063
94146925
94146933
94157419
94159282
94159365
94201621
94227485
94246758
94253010
94314218
94316868
94327905
94327913
94373339
95041422
95200648
95210258
95219770
95303335
95303350
95337978
95356960
95357604
95376133
95378667
95391306
95396735
95396743
95465266
95465274
95571576
95592234
95603163
95643383
95758678
95758686
95829263
95919239
95922217
95922399
95988721
95988739
96701552
96701560
96701958
96702261
96702279
96702329
96702428
96702444
96702543
96702733
96702824
96703541

4.8.5
4.3.5
4.4.3, 4.8.3
4.3.37
4.6.4
4.6.4
4.3.41
4.4.5, 4.8.3
4.8.3
4.6.3
4.6.3
4.4.5
4.3.7
4.8.4
4.8.3
4.3.7, 4.7.3, 4.7.5
4.2.15
4.6.4
4.8.3
4.1.15, 4.5.9
4.3.11, 4.3.13
4.2.3
4.6.3
4.5.5
4.4.9
4.2.3
4.6.3
4.6.3
4.5.15
4.8.4
4.8.3
4.8.3
4.5.21
4.5.21
4.4.9
4.4.9
4.5.5
4.5.5
4.5.21
4.5.21
4.2.3
4.2.11, 4.4.3, 4.4.5
4.2.7
4.5.15
4.1.3
4.5.5
4.5.5
4.2.3
4.2.9
4.2.11
4.2.11
4.5.5
4.5.13
4.5.5
4.1.3
4.1.3
4.5.5
4.2.3

96703665 4.1.3, 4.2.3, 4.5.17


96704234 4.2.9
96704440 4.2.3
96704531 4.4.7
96704564 4.2.9
96704655 4.2.11
96704671 4.2.11
96704747 4.2.3
96705157 4.2.3
96711031 4.5.5
96711478 4.5.5
96711510 4.5.5
96711882 4.5.5, 4.5.11
96712237 4.5.5
96715768 4.1.3
96716345 4.5.5, 4.5.11
96719265 4.5.13
96736822 4.5.5
96738562 4.2.9
96738596 4.5.11
96739990 4.5.5
96741038 4.5.5
96741046 4.5.13
97111348 4.2.3
97113484 4.6.4
97113500 4.6.4
97113740 4.2.5, 4.6.4
97113880 4.6.4
97113906 4.2.11
97114144 4.6.3
97114250 4.6.3
97114524 4.6.4
97114557 4.6.4
97114573 4.6.4
97116065 4.6.3, 4.6.4
97116073 4.6.3
97116081 4.6.3
97116099 4.6.3
97116289 4.6.3
97116537 4.2.9, 4.3.3, 4.3.7
97119713 4.3.42
97122402 4.6.4
97126080 4.4.5, 4.6.3, 4.6.4
97126114 4.6.3, 4.6.4
97126122 4.6.3
97126189 4.6.4
97126247 4.6.3, 4.6.4
97135008 4.6.4
97137103 4.6.3
97137319 4.6.4
97140214 4.7.3, 4.7.5
97140594
4.3.39, 4.4.3, 4.4.5, 4.7.3, 4.7.5
97140784 4.2.5, 4.2.7
97140792 4.2.7
97140925 4.1.3
97141063 4.3.7

4.9.5

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