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Model 325L
Ingersoll-Rand
Part number 57474660
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Table of Contents
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Introduction to Undercarriages 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Maintenance Schedule 3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Maintenance Intervals 3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Final Drive Mounting Bolt Torque - Check 5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Final Drive Oil - Change 5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Final Drive Oil - Check 6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Track - Tightening and Loosening 7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Track Adjustment 8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Planetary Gearbox 9 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Table of Contents 10 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Preliminary Notes 11 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Product Description 13 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Handling / Storage 14 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Mounting 15 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Commissioning 16 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Maintenance 17 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Dismantling 18 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Disconnect Mechanism 19 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Lube Oil Recommendations 21 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Safety Regulations 23 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Installation Notes for Axial Piston Units 24 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Repair Gearbox 29 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
PARTS 37 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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57562977 ROLLER ARRANGEMENT 40 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
57457566 CARRIER ROLLER GROUP 42 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
57563140 GUARD GROUP-TRK GDE 44 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
57415929 FINAL DRIVE GROUP-U/C 46 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
57563348 TRACK ADJUSTMENT GROUP 50 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
57563397 SPRING GROUP RECOIL 52 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
57563413 IDLER,FRONT 54 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
57563470 TRACK GROUP 56 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
57563488 TRACK LINK ASSY 58 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Introduction to Undercarriages
Part Number Location Information
Track Systems
There are many different styles of track roller
frames to the Original Equipment Manufactur
er (OEM) industry. The arrangements include
oscillating undercarriages for blast-hole drill
machines, bolt-on carbody designs for for
estry equipment, and special-length frames
for underground mining product.
The wide diversity of frame arrangements
makes it difficult to produce and Owner's
Manual that is inclusive of all options. Howev
er, beyond the track roller frames, most exca
vator lowers utilize moving undercarriage
components -- i.e., rollers, idlers, track
groups, final drives with motors and sprockets
The Owner's Manual contains operation, mainte
nance, testing and adjusting, disassembly and
assembly, and parts information for the compo
nentry in your excavator lower. Please read and
understand the procedures before you begin to
work on the product. If you do not fully understand
the procedure, contact your dealer.
In the event that your excavator lower utilizes com
ponents from other manufacturers, refer to the
supplementary information provided for that com
ponentry.
Locationof Part Number InformationonExcavator Lowers
Carrier Roller Bracket
XXXXXX-XX X-XXXX-X
Part Number
Change No.
Plant ID
Sequential Number
Side Identification
Front Idler First Carrier Roller
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Maintenance Schedule
Maintenance Section
Maintenance Intervals
Maintenance Intervals
SMCS Code: 7000
Note: All safety information, warnings, and instructions
must be read and understood before you perform any
operation or any maintenance procedure.
Before each consecutive interval is performed, ask if
the maintenance requirements from the previous inter
val must also be performed.
When Required
Tracks - Check/adjust 7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Every 50 Service Hours or Weekly*
Final Drive Oil Level - Check 6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Initial 250 Service Hours*
Final Drive Oil - Change 5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Every 250 Service Hours or Monthly*
Mounting Bolt Torque - Check 5 . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Every 2000 Service Hours of 1 Year*
Final Drive Oil - Change 5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
*First Perform Previous Service Hours Items
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Maintenance Section
Final Drive -MountingBolt Torque Check
Final Drive Mounting Bolt
Torque - Check
SMCS Code: 1000, 7000
Check the torque of the final drive mounting
bolts with a torque wrench. The correct bolt
torque is 530 70 Nm (390 50 ft. lb.).
Final Drive Oil -Change
SMCS Code: 4050
Illustration 4
(1) Oil Drain Plug. (2) Oil Level Plug.
1. Position the final drive with oil drain plug (1)
at the bottom.
2. Remove drain plug (1) and oil level plug (2).
Allow the oil to drain into a container.
NOTE: Care must be taken to ensure that fluids
are contained during performance of inspec
tion, maintenance, testing, adjusting and repair
of the machine. Be prepared to collect the fluid
with suitable containers before opening any
compartment or disassembling any component
containing fluids. Dispose fluids according to lo
cal regulations and mandates.
3. Clean plugs, and inspect the O-ring seals.
Replace them if they are worn or damaged.
4. Install drain plug (1).
5. Fill the final drive to bottom of level plug (2)
opening. Refer to Lubricant Viscosities and
Refill Capacities," for the recommended
lubricants and refill capacities.
NOTICE
Overfilling the final drive may damage the
final drive components.
6. Install oil level plug (2).
7. Perform Steps 1-6 on the other final drive
using a different container for the oil so the
final drive oil samples will be separate.
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Maintenance Section
Final Drive - Oil Level Check
8. Completely remove oil spilled onto surfaces.
9. Start the engine and allowthe final drives to
run through several cycles.
10. Stop the engine. Check the oil level.
11. Check the drained oil for metal chips or
particles. If there are any, contact your
dealer.
12. Dispose drained material according tolocal
regulation.
Final Drive Oil - Check
SMCS Code: 4050
Check final drive and hydraulic motor for external
oil leaks.
Check the Final Drive Oil Level
Illustration5
(1) Oil Drain Plug. (2) Oil Level Plug
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1. Position one final drive with oil drain plug (1)
at the bottom.
2. Remove oil level plug (2).
NOTE: Care must be taken to ensure that fluids
are contained during performance of inspection,
maintenance, testing, adjusting and repair of ma
chine. Be prepared to collect the fluid with suit
able containers before opening any compart
ment or disassembling any component contain
ing fluids. Dispose fluids according to local regu
lations and mandates.
3. Oil should be to the bottom of the oil level
plug opening.
4. Add oil through the opening of the oil level
plug, if necessary.
NOTICE
Overfilling the final drive will cause the travel
motor seals to allow hydraulic oil or water to
enter and contaminate the drive which damage
the final drive components.
5. Clean oil plug (2). Inspect the seal. Replace
the seal if it is worn or damaged.
6. Install oil level plug (2).
7. Repeat procedure on the other final drive.
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Maintenance Section
Track - Tightening and Loosening
Track Tightening
SMCS Code: 4170
Illustration7 g00101754(g00101757)
(1) Valve Fitting
1. Add grease through fill valve fitting (1) until the
correct track tension is reached.
2. Operate the machine back and forth to
equalize the pressure.
3. Checkthe amount of tracksagagainand
adjust as necessary.
Track Loosening
SMCS Code: 4170
Illustration8
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(2) Relief Valve
1. Loosen relief valve (2) carefully (one turn
maximum) until the track begins to loosen.
2. Tighten relief valve (2) to 34 Nm (25 ft. lb.)
when the desired track tension is reached.
3. Operate the machine back and forth to
equalize the pressure.
4. Check the amount of track sag again and
adjust as necessary.
If the correct adjustment cannot be obtained,
consult your dealer.
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Track Adjustment
SMCS Code: 4170
Maintenance section
Track - Track Adjustment
Many OEM lowers have custom designed
track roller frames. These frames use slide
bars in lieu of carrier rollers. They may also
have raised and/or relocated carrier roller
brackets or extra long frames which makes the
previous track adjustment procedure inaccu
rate. The following procedure can be used for
those machines (in fact this procedure can be
used for all track lowers, standard and cus
tom).
1. Tracks need to be adjusted in its working
environment. Do not wash away or remove
any mud or other material that is
packing into the moving undercarriage
components.
2. At track adjuster (a), connect grease gun
fitting. Pump grease into adjuster until
idler is at max forward position. The relief
valve adjacent to the fill valve should
remain closed. NOTE: The track may not
appear straight after forward motion of
idler has ended. This is acceptable.
3. At front idler bearing mount on track roller
frame, measure (B) distance from the end
of the idler bearing block to the end of the
track roller frame.
4. For a properly adjusted track, the idler
needs to be retracted 0.5 inches (13mm).
5. To retract the idler, open relief valve (C).
Install two to three inch diameter pin in root
of sprocket near track links.
6. Move the machine in reverse until the idler
backs up 0.5 inches (13mm) or more. The
pin will be in approximately the twelve
o'clock position on the sprocket. Then
move the machine forward until the pin is
free of the sprocket. Remove the pin.
7. Close relief valve (C). Check dimension (B)
to see that it is 0.5 inches (13mm) greater
than measured in step 3. Extend track
adjuster if dimension is greater.
8. Tracks are now properly adjusted.
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Planetary Gearbox
HYDROTRAC GFT 60 T3 9139
Operating Instructions
Planetary Gearbox
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1. Preliminary Notes
1.1 Introduction
1.2 Notes on Safety
2. Product Description
2.1 Introduction
2.2 Description
2.3 Description of Brake
2.4 Scope of Supply
2.5 Technical Data
2.6 Operating Media
3. Handling/Storage
3.1 Introduction
3.2 Notes on Handling and Storing
3.3 Preservation
4. Mounting
4.1 Introduction
4.2 Mounting Work to be Performed
5. Commissioning
5.1 Introduction
5.2 Commissioning Activities
6. (does not form part of this manual)
7. Maintenance/Care
7.1 Introduction
7.2 Maintenance and Care Activities
7.3 Maintenance Schedule
7.4 Maintenance Schedule Brake
8. Dismantling
8.1 Introduction
8.2 Dismantling Work to be Performed
9. Disconnect Mechanism
9.1 Introduction
9.2 Description of Disconnect Mechanism
9.3 Disengaging Procedure
9.4 Engaging Procedure
Appendix
A. Lube Oils
B. Attachment Parts
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1.
1.1 Introduction
The present operating instructions contain
information on installation, start-up, care and
maintenance.
Make sure the safety instructions in this
documentation are carefully observed.
S General notes on safety are listed in this
first chapter.
S Special instructions are given at the
beginning of the individual chapter.
S Safety instructions referring to actions are
given before the action itself is described.
1.2 Notes on Safety
The products have been designed and
manufactured so as to reflect the technologi
cal state of the art. Nevertheless, it cannot be
ruled out that danger may arise to:
S life and limb,
S the product and overall plant,
S other assets.
This symbol signifies danger to
and limb.
This symbol signifies danger to
product and the overall plant.
This symbol signifies danger to
other assets.
This symbol calls attention to
notes.
All persons responsible for the operation of the
plant or product must:
S have definitely read and understood the
chapter Notes on Safety",
S know these operating instructions or at
least be familiar with those parts where the
respective activity and associated dangers
are described,
S be familiar with shut-down procedures,
e.g., Emergency-OFF", relating to the
entire plant or plant items important to the
relevant activity,
S have adequate technical qualifications and
be authorized to perform the relevant
activity,
S know their specific duties and authority.
Moreover, it is mandatory that these persons:
S refrain from doing anything that might
cause bodily harm or constitute a danger
to health, the product or other assets,
S inform their superiors in charge or the
operator of any modifications made to the
product,
S inform their superiors in charge or the
operator of any changes detected in the
operational behavior of the product, e.g.,
unusual running noise.
Preliminary Notes
In particular, hazards may occur:
S if insufficiently trained personnel
manipulates the product,
S if the product is inexpertly installed,
operated and serviced,
S if the product is used for other than the
intended purposes.
The User shall undertake to:
S ensure that the product and its
surroundings are kept clean and in good
order,
S operate the product only when in perfect
condition,
S use the product exclusively for the
intended purpose,
S use the product only in the framework of
the technical characteristics listed under
2.5,
S safeguard rotating parts by means of
suitable protective systems,
S instruct the personnel to wear protective
clothing, to the extent deemed necessary,
S distribute these operating instructions
among the personnel in charge.
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Preliminary Notes 1.
Using the equipment for the intended purpose
as set out above also includes observing the
instructions given in this operating manual. In
addition to the procedures and instructions
outlined in this operating manual all generally
applicable statutory and other accident pre
vention rules and provisions must be ob
served.
The photos and figures shown in this manual
may slightly deviate from the actual design.
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2.
2.1 Introduction
This chapter contains a description of the
propel gear GFT 60 T3 9139. The description
is supplemented by information on the scope
of supply, a list of technical data and details of
operating media.
2.2 Description
The planetary gearbox HYDROTRAC GFT 60
T3 9139 is of 3-stage design complete with
an integrated, hydraulically released multi-
plate parking brake and a disconnect
mechanism. A REXROTH plug-in motor is
mounted directly to the gearbox.
To ensure an optimum balancing of loads,
each planetary stage comprises of planet
gears in sets. The externally toothed wheels
are case-hardened.
The gearbox runs in antifriction bearings
exclusively and has a splash lubrication
system. A special mechanical seal reliably
protects the tumbler bearing system against
the ingress of dirt and dust. The gearbox is
exclusively for use as a propel drive in an
undercarrier.
The User assumes liability for damage arising
as a result of the gearbox being used for
purposes other than originally intended. In
such a case, the risk lies solely with the User.
2.3 Description of Brake
The hydraulically released, wet running,
multi-plate brake, integrated in the gearbox,
is a parking brake. It is normally closed by
spring force and released when pressurized
by hydraulic oil.
2.4 Scope of Supply
The supply scope includes:
S Gearbox with integrated multiple disk
holding brake.
S REXROTH fixed displacement plug-in
motor
S Technical documentation.
Means of protection against accidental contact
with rotating parts as prescribed by statutory
provisions do not form part of the supply
scope.
Please check all equipment supplies for
completeness immediately upon receipt. Any
deviations and transit damage must be
reported to manufacturer right away. A written
conformation of such a report is also required.
2.5 Technical Data
Input speed 2616 rpm
Input torque 390 Nm
Transmission ratio 105,5
Output speed 28,8 rpm
Output torque 41100 Nm
Static brake torque 720 Nm
Release pressure (brake) 217,5 - 261 psi
Maximum release
pressure (brake) 725 psi
Operating temperature
(maximum) 90C
Weight (approximate) 315 kg
Gear lube oil volume
(approximate) 7 liters
Lube oil CLP 220 LS2
Preservation (inside) ARAL Degol
LS 30
Preservation (outside) TECTYL 502 C
2.6 Operating Media
The list of recommended lube oils given in
Appendix A shall be observed.
Product Description
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3.
3.1 Introduction
This chapter describes howthe handling and
storing of the products are safely prepared
and carried through.
3.2 Notes on Handling and Storing
When handling the equipment
make sure the carrying capacity
of the crane is adequate.
Use exclusively approved han
dling equipment.
Carefully attach the gearbox to
the crane hook, using the lifting
points provided.
When lifting the gearboxes make
sure that the handling elements
do not cause damage to attach
ment parts.
Store the gearboxes in dry and
moderately heated rooms only.
Store the gearboxes in their
intended mounting position.
Make sure that set down gear
boxes rest immovably.
3.3 Preservation
Replacement gearboxes are not filled with
oil. The interior of the gearboxes has been
protected with Aral Degol LS 30.
The surfaces of external flanges, ends of
shafts and flange attachment faces are pre
served with TECTYL 502 C.
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4.
4.1 Introduction
This chapter describes the installation of the
gearboxes. The hydraulic motor has been
mounted at the gearbox housing.
The preceding safety notes must
be carefully observed
4.2 Mounting Work to be Performed
Secure the gearbox safely before
removing the lifting straps or
ropes.
Avoid heavy blows when mount
ing the equipment.
Make sure that axial forces are
not exerted during mounting.
Make sure high compressive
forces do not act on the gearbox
housing.
During this work observe installa
tion drawing as well as pertinent
data.
Attach the gearbox to a crane.
Lift the gear into the bogie frame.
Tighten the screws using a torque wrench.
The relevant tightening torques shall be
taken from the frame drawing.
Remove the lifting straps or ropes.
Remove the plugs before connecting the
hydraulic oil lines.
Make sure that no dirt or foreign
bodies are allowed to enter the
hydraulic system.
Connect the hydraulic motor.
The preceding safety notes of
customer must be carefully
observed.
Connect the multi-plate parking
brake.
The multi-plate parking brake is a
safety device of the gearbox.
Connect the brake release line
after removing the plug.
Make sure that no dirt or foreign
bodies are allowed to enter the
brake release port.
Make sure that the brake release
port is properly sealed.
Back pressure is not allowed in
the brake release line.
Check once again for a tight fit of all joining
elements.
Mounting
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5.
5.1 Introduction
This chapter describes the course of action to
be followed when taking the gearbox into
service. The respective notes on safety shall be
duly observed.
5.2 Commissioning Activities
In case of emergency actuate
EMERGENCY-OFF.
Do not touch any rotating parts.
When filling the gearbox take care
that lubricants are not allowed to
pollute the environment.
Fill the gearbox with clean oil as specified
under the heading lubrication.
At first oil fill, actual oil volume and specified oil
volume may vary due to preservation oil
remains in the gearbox.
Ensure that no dirt or other
contaminants are allowed to enter
the gearbox.
A list of approved oils is given in
Appendix A.
Check the oil level before starting up the
gearbox. The correct oil level can be
ascertained through the opening in the
gearbox housing, when the gearbox is not
operating.
The maximum operating temperature is 90C.
When the operating temperature has been
reached, check the entire gearbox for
tightness.
This check can be performed while the
gearbox is running.
The following checks must only
be carried out when the gearbox is
at a standstill.
After 10 hours of full load operation check all
fastening screws and bolts for tightness.
Check whether all bolts of the gearbox are tight
as required.
The first oil change is to be made after
approximately 150 operating hours.
Further oil changes are to be made at intervals
as per the Maintenance Schedule given in
Chapter 7.3.
Commissioning
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7.
7.1 Introduction
This chapter indicates maintenance routines
and related safety measures.
Do not touch rotating components.
If you intend to perform
maintenance work shut down the
unit.
7.2 Maintenance and Care Activities
The service life of machinery and equipment
can be considerably increased by taking
appropriate maintenance and care steps.
Perform visual inspections on a daily basis. In
particular, check the tightness of the gear.
Check the equipment regularly for unusual
noise.
Make oil level checks at regular intervals (oil
level monitoring device, markers, oil level
plug).
Make oil changes as prescribed in the
Maintenance Schedule.
Collect spent oil in suitable
containers and dispose of the oil in
line with respective regulations.
Make first oil change after 150 operating hours.
Change the oil every 1500 operating hours or
after 12 months whichever is earlier.
Check the tightness of all screws and bolts at
least once a month.
7.3 Maintenance Schedule Gearbox
After 150 operating
hours
S First oil change
Weekly: S Inspect visually
S Check for unusu
al noise
S Check oil level
Monthly: S Check the tight
ness of all screws
and bolts*
Semi-annually: S Check oil quality
Annually: (or af
ter1500 operating
hours, whichever is
earlier)
S Change oil
Observe the tightening torques indicated
in the installation drawing.
*
7.4 Maintenance Schedule Brake
The brake is maintenance-free.
In case of malfunction, excessive
thermal stress and all repair works
on the multi-plate parking brake,
make sure to always replace:
- disks
- springs
- seals.
Maintenance
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8.
8.1 Introduction
In this chapter the procedure of dismantling
the gearbox is described. It is mandatory to
observe the safety notes. A gearbox
mounting description is given in Chapter 4.
The plant has been taken out of
service.
Make sure reliable measures are
taken to prevent the plant from
being activated inadvertently.
Make sure the crane carrying
capacity is adequate for gearbox
lifting.
Safeguard the gearbox against
uncontrolled movements, e.g.
sliding.
Avoid heavy blows when
dismantling the equipment.
Make sure that axial forces are not
exerted.
8.2 Dismantling Work to be Per
formed
Drain the oil from the gearbox.
For this purpose use suitable containers.
Any oil spillage bust be collected
in suitable containers
For gearbox handling make sure
that the carrying capacity of the
crane is sufficient.
Use approved handling elements
only.
Attach the gearbox carefully to the
lifting hook.
Tighten the lifting straps or ropes without lifting
up the gearbox.
Make sure the gearbox is not canted.
Disconnect the hydraulic motor fromthe supply
system.
Close off the hydraulic lines by means of plugs.
Make sure that no dirt or foreign
bodies are allowed to enter the
hydraulic system.
Disconnect the brake release line.
Close off the brake release port by means of a
plug.
Make sure that no dirt or foreign
bodies are allowed to enter the brake
release port.
Remove the fastening screws of the gearbox
flange.
The gearbox is nowsuspended fromthe crane.
Move the gearbox carefully out of the bogie
frame and lay it down.
Dismantling
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9.
9.1 Introduction
This chapter contains a description of the
disconnect that is integrated into the gear
drive and the proper engaging and
disengaging procedure. Please observe the
related Notes on Safety".
9.2 Description of Disconnect
Mechanism
The disconnect of the GFT 60 T3 9139 allows
the machine to be towed. The gear drive and
hydraulic motor are disconnected when the
mechanism is activated.
The integral parking brake in the
gear drive is nonfunctional when the
gear drive is in the disengaged
position.
9.3 Disengaging Procedure
Prior to operating the disconnect
the machine has to be on level
ground and completely secured
from any movement, i.e. via towbar
to pulling vehicle. The machine
should not be moved unless it is
secured to the towing vehicle to
prevent runaway.
Ensure that the disconnect
mechanism is only operated with
the machine at a standstill.
The gear drive temperature should
be checked prior to any work being
done. This is important if the gear
drive has been recently operated
since it may be hot and causeinjury.
Ensure that the area surrounding
the disconnect is cleaned prior to
operation.
Observe that dirt or other contaminants
do not enter the gear drive.
Remove the 2 hex head bolts M8 X 30.
Remove the 2 hex head bolts M8 X 8
and store.
Hex head bolts will be required again after en
gaging process has been completed.
Item 103
Item 109
Install the 2 hex bolts M8
X 30 (Item 109) into the
threaded holes in the
shift sleeve (Item 103)
that previously contained
the hex head bolts M8 X 8
(Item 110). Tighten the
bolts (Item109) until they
are flush with locating
sleeve (Item 103).
The input shaft and sun gear are now
disconnected and the machine is ready to
be towed.
The max. gear drive towing speed of
50 rpm must not be exceeded.
During the towing the max. gear drive
temperature shall not exceed 90C.
(Check with temperature gauge.)
Before the machine is separated from
the towing vehicle, either the gear
drive has to be reengaged (see para
graph 9.4) or suitable measures must
be taken to secure the machine from
movement.
Disconnect Mechanism
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Disconnect Mechanism 9.
9.4 Engaging Procedure
Prior to operating the disconnect the
machine has to be on level ground
and completely secured from any
movement, i.e. via tow bar to pulling
vehicle. The machine should not be
moved unless it is secured to the tow
ing vehicle to prevent runaway.
Ensure that the disconnect mecha
nism is only operated with the ma
chine at a standstill.
The gear drive temperature should
be checked prior to any work being
done. This is important if the gear
drive has been recently operated
since it may be hot and cause injury.
Ensure that the area surrounding the
disconnect is cleaned prior to opera
tion.
Observe that dirt or other contami
nants do not enter the gear drive.
Remove the 2 hex head bolts M8 X 30.
Press in locating sleeve manually un
til it makes contact with the surface of
the cover.
The gear drive might require minor
repositioning to allow for proper
spline alignment on the input shaft
and sun gear to engage.
Do not operate the hydraulic motor to
obtain engagement.
Install the 2 hex head bolts M8 X 30
(Item 109) into the through holes and
into the cover threads. Tighten the
bolts until they are flush with the shift
sleeve (Item 103).
Install the 2 hex head bolts M8 X 8 into
the threaded holes in the shift sleeve
that previously contained the hex head
bolts M8 X 30 (Item 109).
Check the shift sleeve to ensure it is flush
against the end cover and that all
components are returned to their original posi
tion.
The gear drive should now be
reengaged and the machine can be
disconnected from the towing vehicle.
Item 109
Item 103
Engaged Condition
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Appendix A
Lube Oil Recommendations
CLP Oils:
Mineral oils with additives improving corrosion protection and ageing resistance as well as additives
reducing wear in the mixed friction field. Polyalphaolefin oils (oils on the basis of synthetic hydrocar
bons) as well as bio-oils (on the basis of synthetic ester) which satisfy the demands specified for in
dustrial type gear oils according to DIN 51517, part 3, are also permitted.
Designation to DIN 51517, part 3 : CLP 220
ISO viscosity to DIN 51519 : ISO - VG 220
Kinematic viscosity at 40C : min. 198 mm@ /s (cSt) max.242 mm@ /s (cSt)
FZG test A /8,3/90 to DIN 51354,p.2 : min. breakdown load stage 12
Oil Company Oil Brand
Pourp.
in C *
LS1 LS2 LS3 LS4
Groups**
Agip BLASIA -20 X X
Aral Degol BG 220 -21 X X
Degol BAB 220 -39 X
Degol PAS 220 -50 X
AVIA AVIA GEAR RSX 220 -21 X X
BP Energol GR-XP 220 -21 X
Energol HTX 220 -51 X X X
Castrol Alphasyn T 220 -45 X X X
Alphasyn EP 220 -42 X X
Alpha SP 220 -18 X
Alpha ZN 220 -15 X
Alpha MW 220 -18 X
Chevron GEAR CAOMPOUND 220 -21 X
SYUN> GEAR LUB> TEGRA 220 -51 X
DEA Falcon CLP 220 -18 X
Trion EP 220 -15 X X
Intor HCLP 220 -36 X X X
Ergon ELP 220 -27 X X
ELF REDUCTELF SP220 -18 X X
ELF EPONA Z 220 -21 X X
REDUCTELF SYNTHES 220 -45 x X
ESSO SPARTAN EP 220 -21 X
SPARTAN SYNTH. EP 220 -39 X
FINA GIRAN L 220 -15 X X
GIRAN 220 -15
Fuchs RENOLIN AWD 220 -18 X
RENOLIN CLP 220 -21 X
RENOLIN UNISYN CLP 220 -42 X
PLANTOGEAR 220 S -36 X X
Klber Lamora 220 -17 X
Klberoil GEM 1-220 -10
Klbersynth GEM 4-220 -40 X X
KUWAIT Q8 GOYA 220 -21 X
Q8 SL GEAR LUBR. 220 -21
Q8 SCHUMANN 220 -39 X
Q8 EL GRECO 220 -27 X
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Mobil Mobilgear 630 -21 X X
Mobilgear SHC 220 -51 X X X
OEST Gearol C-LP 220 -24 X
Bio-Getriebel 220 Synth -30 X X
Optimol OPTIGEAR BM 220 -23 X
OPTIGEAR SYNTH 220 -36 X X
PANOLIN EP GEAR SYNTH 220 -41 X X X
REINER COMPOUND 106 -21 X
GERALYN FLUID HT 220 -36 X X
Shell OMALA 1 220 -24 X
Texaco Meropa 220 -21 X
Syngear 220 -40 X X X
TOTAL CARTER EP 220 -21 X X
CARTER EP/HT 220 -36 X X
Tribol Tribol 1100 / 220 -25 X
Tribol 1510 / 220 -41 X X
Tribol 1115 -15 X
Tribol 1810 / 220 -10
Wintershall Ersolan 220 -18
Appendix A
Lube Oil Recommendations, continued
Oil Company Oil Brand
Pourp.
in C *
LS1 LS2 LS3 LS4
Groups**
(*) The pour point must not be confused with the lowest temperature of the application range !
(**) If for thegearboxlubricant tobeusedthereisnoindicationastoaspecificgroup, anyof theoil brandsspecifiedabove
may be used.
Attention:
The LS2 entry in this class of viscosity is only valid for gearboxes with multiple-disk parking brakes!
Groups for CLP Oils:
LS1: Tightened FZG Testing:
Even under tightened FZG testing conditions A/16,6/90 these oils have attained breakdown load stage w12.
LS2: CLP Oils Compatible with Multiple Disks:
When using these oils the friction coefficients are not fallen below under the conditions listed hereunder.
Frictioncoeffecients : m stat. = 0,12 m dyn. = 0,08
Frictional pair : Steel / sintered lining (wet running)
Sinter material qualit (5021-40 acc. to Ortlinghaus)
Friction surface pressure : p = 0.6 - 1.6 N / mm@
Oil sump temperature : 60 - 80 C
LS3: Polyalphaolefins:
Polyalphaolefinsshowatendencytowardsfoamingwhenmixingwithpreservationoil remnants. Therefore, theunit
is to be flushed with a suitable purge oil, or mineral oil is to be used for running-in.
LS4 Environmentally Benign Oils (synthetic ester):
These oils are quickly biodegradable and satisfy the minimumrequirements applicable to CLP oils to DIN51517,
part 3. They meet the following environmental protection needs:
SBiodegradablility acc. to CEC-L-33-A 93:
Minimum degradability of 90 % after 21 days (CEC=Coordinating European Council)
SWater hazard class WGK = 0 or 1 (not or just slightly harmful to water)
SSafe with respect to ecological toxicity
Note: Oil changing intervals as prescribed by the operating instructions !!!
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Appendix B
Safety Regulations
General advice
S Make yourself familiar with the equipment
of the machine.
S Only operate the machine if you are
completely familiar with the operating and
control elements as well as the functioning
of the machine.
S Use your safety equipment like helmet,
safety shoes and hearing protection.
S Make yourself familiar with your working
field.
S Only operate the machine for its intended
purpose.
Please observe the guidelines of the
Professional Association and the machine
manufacturer.
Before starting
S Observe the operating instructions before
starting.
S Check the machine for remarkable faults.
S Do not operate the machine with defective
instruments, warning lights or control
elements.
S All safety devices must be in a secure
position.
S Do not carry with you movable objects or
secure them to the machine.
S Keep oily and inflammable material away
from the machine.
S Before entering the driver's cabin, check
if persons or obstacles are beside or
beneath the machine.
S Be careful when entering the driver's
cabin, use stairs and handles.
S Adjust your seat before starting.
S Only start the machine from the
driver'sseat.
S Check the indicating instruments after start
to assure that all functions are in order.
S Do not leave the machine unobserved
when the motor is running.
S When starting with battery connection
cables connect plus with plus and minus
with minus. Always connect mass cable
(minus) at last and cut off at first.
Attention
S Exhaust gas is dangerous. Assure
sufficient fresh air when starting in closed
rooms!
Hydraulic equipment
1. Hydraulic equipment is standing under
high pressure.
High pressure fluids (fuel, hydraulic oil)
which escape under high pressure can
penetrate the skin and cause injuries.
Therefore immediately consult a doctor
as otherwise heavy infections can be
caused.
2. When searching leakages use appropriate
auxillary devices because of the danger of
accidents.
3. Before working at the hydraulic equipment,
lower pressure to zero and lower working
arms of the machine.
4. When working at the hydraulic equipment,
absolutely stop motor and secure tractor
against rolling away (parking brake, shim)!
5. When connecting hydraulic cylinders and
motor pay attention to correct connection
of hydraulic flexible hoses.
6. In case of exchanging the ports, the
functions are vice versa (for example
lift-up / lower) - danger of accidents!
7. Check hydraulic flexible hoses regularly
and replace them in case of damage or
wear! The new hose pipes must comply
with the technical requirements of the
machine manufacturer!
Start
S When starting all operating levers must be
in neutral position".
Orderly disposal or recycling of oil, fuel and
filters
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Appendix B
Installation Notes for Axial Piston
Units
General
These installation specifications are intended
for use with axial piston units fromHydromatik.
Adherence to these recommendations has a
decisive effect on the service life of the units.
These specifications refer to standard units
and standard internal elements.
A basic requirement is that the housing of the
unit is completely filled with oil on commission
ing or re-commissioning and that it remains
full when operating.
Commissioning or re-recommissioning
without filling the housing or with too little fluid
in the housing will lead to damage to or
immediate and complete destruction of the
rotary group.
For each type, the ideal filling orientation is
specified. Only in this position can complete
filling be ensured. On commissioning or
re-commissioning, this position should be
maintained.
In the following text, we will differentiate
between installation position (pump / motor to
tank) and installation orientation (pump / motor
shaft vertical, horizontal etc.)
Installation Position
The following installation positions are
possible, see figure 1.
a Pump / motor above the tank (above the
minimum oil level).
b Pump / motor alongside or under the
tank (below the minimum oil level) or
where the upper point on the unit
housing is level with the minimum oil
level.
c Pump / motor in the tank (below the
minimum oil level). When installing the
unit inside the tank, (a) applies if the unit
is above the minimum oil level.
Fig. 1
Installation Orientation
The following installation orientations are pos
sible, see figure 2.
1. Horizontal: Drive shaft horizontal.
2. Vertical: Drive shaft up.
3. Vertical: Drive shaft down.
4. At side: Drive shaft horizontal.
Intermediate installation orientations require
additional measures or are not permitted.
Please discuss any other requirments with us at
the project stage.
Piping
The installation position and installation orien
tation determine the layout of the suction, leak
age (case drain) and bleed lines. For all installa
tion positions and installation orientation it
should be noted, that the highest T" port is
connected. Furthermore, the end of the ddrain
line may not finish above immersion depth 'E'"
below minimum oil level in the tank.
Special Points
Suction and drain lines should be as short and
straight as possible. When the unit is stopped,
vertical lines will empty themselves over a peri
od of time due to gravity.
In this respect, the varying densities of the
fluids must be observed, as denser fluids are
more difficult to suck" and fall more quickly.
Limiting speeds of units for denser fluids are
laid down in RE90223.
In mobile applications, the arrangement of the
tank is particularly important. Centrifugal
forces when driving around bends, and inertia
effects when accelerating or braking influence
the inclination of the surface of the fluid. As the
level of fluid in the tank falls, these effects must
be taken into consideration. The adverse ef
fects of these forces can be avoided by correct
layout of the tank, see RE 90300.
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Appendix B
In general, and for all installation positions and
installation orientations, a minimumpressure at
the suction port S" is specified:
minimumsuction pressure w0,8 bar absolute
Absolute
pressure
gauge
Standard
pressure
gauge
If the pressure falls below this specified value,
damage can occur or the unit destroyed. The
maximum suction pressure is determined by
the maximum casing pressure.
In variable units, the actual installation position
and installation orientation may also have an
effect on the control fitted to vary the displace
ment of the unit. The operating curves can be
slightly offset, and variations to control times
can occur due to inertia forces and the weight
of the internal parts. Please note these points.
During project and design work, theconditions
are laid down in RE 90220, E 90221 and RE
90301.
If further questions arise, please consult us.
Filling the Unit
Separate Suction and Drain Chambers
All installation orientations (and also for inter
mediate orientations not shown) are to be ar
rived at after the optimum filling orientation.
The housing is to be filled from the highest
drain port. At this point in time, all other ports
must be plugged. Ports which will be required
later must be closed by means of pipe bends
or non return valves. This prevents air entering
the unit when turning it into its installation ori
entation. When installing the unit inside the
tank (belowthe minimumoil tank), it should be
noted, that the ports are then only opened after
the tank has been filled andwhen the unit is be
low oil level. The sequence of operations is
shown in figure 3.
Suction and Drain Chambers Connected
Internaly
Filling of the housing in these units is not pos
sible. The unit is filled when the tank is filled as
the oil flows in via the S" port.The units are bled
via the highest T" port in housing.
Installation
Installation Position a
Pump / motor above the tank (above the mini
mum oil level).
In this position, the highest drain port T" must
be connected to tank via a non return valve. The
height difference between the unit and the tank
can be negated in this way and the weight of the
oil column in the drain line causing a negative
pressure at the case drain port dows then not
need to be considered (a height of 1 metre
above oil level causes [0,1 bar negative pres
sure). When selecting the cracking pressure of
the valve, the maximum housing pressure must
be observed. See the relevant data sheet.
oil
plugged
filling
plugged
(preventing run-out)
turning
mounting
(installation orientation)
max. valve cracking pressure np v 0,5 bar
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Appendix B
The higher the cracking pressure the higher the
the resulting casing pressure. This leads to a
reduction in the shaft seal life (see shaft seal
diagrams in the individual data sheets).
With long stationary periods, the fact that the unit
may slowly empty itself due to internal leakage
through the service line must also be taken into
account.
Fitting leak free valves in the service lines can
overcome this problem.
These measures do not mean that regular
checking of the oil level inside the housing can
be overlooked. This check can be made at the
highest drain port or bleed port.
If the oil level has fallen, the unit should be
re-commissioned if required.
Installation Position b
Pump / motor alongside or below the tank
(below the minimum oil level).
The maximum height difference between the
tank and the unit is dependent upon the
maximum casing pressure (a height of 1 metre
below oil level [ 0,1 bar pressure).
With units in which the suction and drain
chambers are connected internally, complete
bleeding of the unit must be carried out, as it is
not possible to fill the housing. Bleeding must
take place via the highest bleed or drain port.
Installation Position c
Pump / motor inside the tank (below the
minimum oil level).
With units in which the suction and drain
chambers are connected internally, complete
bleeding of the unit must be carried out, as it is
not possible to fill the housing. In units with
separate suction and drain chambers, the unit
must be filled before installation. The
connections may then only be opened when
they are below oil level in order to avoid the entry
of air and loss of fluid.
Suction
Minimum Immersion Level E
For installation positions a and b , the
prescribed minimum immersion level E must
be maintained. This dimension applies to
suction, drain and bleed lines, see figure 4.
Minimum dimension E w200 mm
E
Fig. 4:
Minimum distances TU and SU.
Dimension TU for the highest drain port T,
and dimension SU for suction port S must be
maintained. The bleed port U is not used in this
case. In mobile installations, the tank layout must
be carefully designed in order to prevent air
being sucked in, see figure 5.
A7VO, A7FO
Dimension TU w 50mm w 100mm
Dimension SU w200mm w 200mm
Fig. 5
S
U
S
U
T
U
T
U
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Appendix B
NOTE
The optimum filling positions and the
permissible installation positions and
installation orientations for our pumps and
motors are shown on the following pages.
These pages are subdivided into three
colums:
Installation positions a , b and c
and also into five horizontal blocks:
1.) installation orientation 1
2.) installation orientation 1
(turned 180 about its longer axis)
3.) installation orientation 2
4.) installation orientation 3
5.) installation orientation 4
This sequence applies to each of the relevant
pages. If a column or rowis blank, this installa
tion position or installation orientation is not
permitted by Hydromatik, or requires further
steps to be taken to ensure correct installation.
Please enquire for further information.
The piping shown should only be taken as
a starting point. It has only been shown in
order to indicate the principles involved.
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Plug-in motor, fixed displacement A2FE, Series 6
Optimum filling orientation:
Coil
T plugged
(2nd drain port not standard)
T plugged
T plugged
T plugged
T plugged
Installationposition aI Installation position b
Installation position b
T plugged
T plugged
T plugged
T plugged
T open
T open
T open
T open
T open
T open
T open
T open
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Repair Gearbox
FINAL DRIVE REPAIR L+S GFT 060T3.9139 with Disconnect
THEORY OF OPERATION
The final drive has an integral piston motor and a hydraulically released multiple disk brake. It is installed
as a complete unit into the machine frame. The gear drive and hydraulic motor have independent reservoirs.
Although the motor is integrated, servicing or replacing the motor can be done without removal of the gear
drive.
The final drive consist of three planetary stages. Each stage incorporates a set of matched planetary gears,
which provide an equal load distribution. All torque transmitting components are made of forged, quenched
and tempered high-alloy steels. External gears are carburized. Precision roller bearings are used exclu
sively. Two large, tapered roller bearings support the sprocket or wheel loads. A metal face seal protects
the unit against contamination.
The spring applied, hydraulically released, multiple disk brake is used as a safety brake. the brake is re
leased when pressurized by hydraulic oil. The inner disk (30) are splined to the input coupler (3). The outer
disk (29) are splined to the spindle (1). When the brake is not pressurized, both the inner and outer disks
are compressed by a spring applied piston (25). When the brake is pressurized, the springs (31 and 32)
are compressed between the piston (25) and the back-up plate (26), this frees the multiple disks, which
in turn, releases and opens the brake.
DISASSEMBLY
1. Position drive so that one of the fill holes is at the bottom of the end cover and drain oil.
2. Remove bolts holding motor (23).
3. Remove motor from drive
4. Compress the brake back-up plate (26) using a simple fixture (see diagram provided) or other suitable
device.
5. Remove snap ring (28) and release pressure on back-up plate until loose.
6. Remove tool and back-up plate (26).
7. The springs (31 & 32) should be removed from brake piston (25) and kept together.
8. Remove the brake piston (25).
9. Remove the brake disk stack (29 & 30). The coupler (3) may also be removed with the disk stack. Inspect
the disk stack for wear or burned surfaces. Replace complete brake disk kit and seal kit if any damage is
indicated.
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DISASSEMBLY - continued
10. Remove the twelve bolts (67) and the ring gear end cover (51).
11. Remove the first stage sun gear (88) and the input shaft (102).
12. Remove the first stage planetary assembly (89).
13. Remove the second stage planetary assembly (53).
14. Remove the five socket head bolts (24), third stage planetary assembly (4) and snap ring (8).
15. Thoroughly clean the planetary carriers as complete units, and the inside of the drive. Be sure to flush
all old oil and contamination from the drive and tapered roller bearings.
16. If the face seal (21) on the drive assembly is not leaking, the preload on the tapered roller bearings (20)
has to be checked to determine whether further disassembly is required.
17. Rotate the ring gear (49) of the drive assembly by hand. Listen carefully for sounds of roughness in the
bearings and feel for any tight or loose spots while rotating. The drive should be stiff and have a uniform
resistance to rotating. If the bearings do not feel loose or rough, L+Sdoes not recommend going any farther
with disassembly.
18. If the face seal is leaking, the bearings have rough spots, or the ring gear rotates very easily, the tapered
roller bearings must be replaced.
19. If the face seal was leaking, both the bearings and the face seal should be replaced.
NOTE: L+S strongly recommends replacement of the seal face (21) any time the tapered roller bearings
are adjusted or replaced. The reason for this is to prevent possible leaks that would require the drive to be
disassembled again. Under no circumstances should a new seal part be mated with an old one.
20. Inspect the planetary stage assemblies as complete units. Thoroughly clean and check both the
gearing and the bearings for damage and apply new oil. If the gears or bearings need replacing they must
be replaced as complete sets.
21. The first stage planetary bearings (91) must be replaced in sets of three pieces.
22. The first stage planetary gears (90) must be changed as a complete of three and L+S recommends
changing the sun gear (88) along with this set of planets.
23. The second stage planetary bearings (55) must be replaced in sets of three pieces.
24. The second stage planetary gears (54) must be changed as a complete set of three pieces and L+S
recommends changing the sun gear (52) along with this set of planets.
25. To remove the sun gear (52) from the first stage planetary carrier, remove the snap ring (64).
26. The third stage planetary bearings (12) must be replaced in sets of five pieces.
27. The third stage planetary gears (11) must be changed as a complete of five pieces and L+S
recommends changing the sun gear (17) along with this set of planets.
28. To remove the sun gear (17) from the second stage planetary carrier, remove the snap ring (18).
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INSTALLING TAPERED BEARINGS & FACE SEAL
Before any assembly of the final drive can take place, the newshaft nut (19) must be lappedonto the threads
of the spindle (1). To do this:
a. Apply a valve lapping compound to the thread of the spindle (1).
b. The newshaft nut should be worked onto and off of the threads until the nut can be easily
screwed on and off by hand. This procedure insures that the best torque setting can be
reached when setting preload.
c. Thoroughly wash the spindle and nut to remove all traces of the grinding compound.
d. Thoroughly clean all parts of the final drive before proceeding with the assembly.
1. Install the cup portion of bearings (20) in the ring gear and output flange (49). Mark the parts of both
bearings so that the cup and cone can be matched. Be sure to drive the cups fully against the shoulders.
Use a soft brass punch to protect the bearing cups. It is recommended that the cup be cooled with dry ice
or liquid nitrogen to help during installation.
2. Install the cone of the inner tapered bearing (20) onto the spindle (1).
3. Install one half of the face seal (21) in the ring gear output flange (49) and the other half in the spindle
(1).
NOTE: Be careful not to damage the metal face of the seal or cut the o-rings during installation. Wipe the
face of the seal with a lint free cloth to remove any contaminants. Do not use oil on the O-rings of the
seal during installation.
4. Lower the ring gear output flange (49) onto the spindle (1). Take care not to damage the seal.
5. Install the cone of the outer tapered bearing (20) and new shaft nut (19), shaft nut should be installed
with the groove facing out and coat the shaft nut (19) thread with loctite #270.
6. While continuously rotating the ring gear output flange in one direction only, tighten the shaft nut (19)
to 2,950 ft-lb. (4,000 Nm). This is required to correctly preload the tapered roller bearings. Also, install dow
el pins (15) into shaft nut (19) flush.
7. Install the third stage planetary assembly (8) onto the spindle spline (1).
8. Install the third stage snap ring (4) onto the spindle spline (1).
9. Rotate the locking ring until the bolt holes line up with the bolt holes in the third stage planetary assembly.
10. Bolt the planetary assembly to the locating ring using the five socket head bolts (24). Apply loctite 270
to the bolts and torque to 31 ft. lbs. (42 Nm).
11. Install the second stage planetary assembly (53) into the drive.
12. Install the first stage planetary assembly (89) and sun gear (88) into the drive.
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13. Install the ring gear end cover (51), new O-ring (66) and secure with the twelve hex head bolts (67).
Torque bolts to 31 ft. lbs (42.5 Nm).
14. Install the input shaft (102) from the motor side of the drive making sure to engage the splines with the
sun gear (88).
15. Install new back-up rings (35) and piston seal (36) into the spindle (1). Install new back-up rings (38)
and piston seal (37) onto the piston (25). Install the back-up rings first then install the piston seals between
the back-up rings. Apply a thin coat of gear lube to the piston seals before installation.
16. Install the input coupler (3) onto the input shaft.
17. Assemble the brake disk stack (parts 29 (6 pieces) & 30 (5 pieces)) as shown in drawing.
18. Install the piston (25) into the drive making sure to fully seat it against the disk stack.
19. Insert the springs (31 & 32) into the back of the piston.
20. Place the back-up plate (26) into position on top of the springs.
21. Put the snap ring (28) in the motor pilot and install the brake spring compression tool.
22. Compress the back-up plate and brake springs sufficiently to install the snap ring (28) into the groove
of the spindle. Install snap ring and remove tool.
23. Before installation of the motor CHECK THAT THERE IS 1-2 mm OF CLEARANCE BETWEEN THE
MOTOR SHAFT AND THE COUPLER (3).
24. Install motor and reconnect hydraulic lines.
25. Roll motor so that one fill plug is at 12o'clock position and the other is at 3 o'clock. Fill hub to bottom
of 3 o'clock plug with gear oil. Reinstall plugs.
26. After four hours of operation, recheck oil level.
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INITIAL START-UP AND AFTER REPAIRS
Before operating the machine, make sure that the drive is filled with clean oil, approximately 1.85 US gallons
(7 L). Accurate oil level is determined by the oil level plug, which should be removed before oil fill.
Hydraulic oil is needed to release the brakes, the minimum brake release pressure is 220-260 PSI (15-20
bar). The maximum release pressure must never exceed 725 PSI (50 bar). Since the brake is designed for
static use only, 350 PSI (24 bar) must be maintained in the brake release port during any working mode
of the machine.
With the motor and gear case filled to their proper levels, start the machine and allowsufficient time for run-
in at moderate pressure and speed before running at full speed. After a short period of operation, recheck
the oil level in the gear drive, since the system oil should now be evenly distributed.
MAINTENANCE
Daily - Check For Oil Leakage
Weekly - Check Oil Level
Monthly - Check Mounting Bolt Torque
OIL CHANGE INTERVAL-GEAR DRIVE
1. Perform the oil change after approximately 150 hours.
2. Subsequent changes, every 1500 hours or annually, whichever occurs first.
NOTE: Flush the gear drive before filling with new oil.
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GFT BRAKE REPAIR INSTRUCTIONS
Remove the two motor bolts and the motor.
Secure a fixture *, as shown in the picture, to the drive. The bottom plate of the adjustable center screw
compresses the brake back-up plate, until the snap ring is axially unloaded.
Free the snap ring, remove the fixture and disassemble brake.
The piston releases easily by applying air pressure to the brake release port.
Follow reverse procedure for brake assembly.
*A simpler fixture would be the same crossbar with two additional tapped holes above the exposed area
of the back-up plate. Secure the bar to the drive and use two bolts with sufficient length to compress the
back-up plate evenly.
Lubricate the piston seals, back-up rings and thier contact
areas with gear oil.
Assemble back-up rings prior to piston seals.
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STANDARD BOLT TIGHTENING TORQUES FOR UNLUBRICATED
STANDARDTHREADS (=0.13 TO =0.17)
8.8 8.8 10.9 10.9
TRQ IMP TRQ IMP TRQ IMP TRQ IMP
BOLT
SIZE
TORQUE
Nm
TORQUE
Nm
TORQUE
ft. lbs.
TORQUE
ft. lbs.
TORQUE
Nm
TORQUE
Nm
TORQUE
ft. lbs.
TORQUE
ft. lbs.
M8 21.1 19.6 15.6 14.5 30.4 28 22.4 20.7
M10 42.2 39.2 31.1 28.9 60.8 55.9 44.8 41.2
M12 73.6 67.7 54.3 50 104 97.1 76.7 71.6
M14 114.8 107.9 84.7 79.6 166.8 155 123 114.3
M16 176.6 166.8 130.2 123 255.1 235.4 188.1 173.6
M20 358 334 264 246.3 510 471 376.1 347.4
M24 618 569 455.8 419.6 873 814 643.8 600.3
M27 903 844 667 622.5 1285 1197 947.7 882.8
M30 1216 1138 896.8 839.3 1736 1619 1280.3 1194
M33 1687 1540 1244 1136 2364 2197 1743 1620
M36 2129 1972 1570 1454 3021 2815 2228 2076
M39 2757 2570 2033 1895 3924 2659 2894 1961
M42 3394 3149 2503 2322 4836 4493 3566 3313
M48 5150 4787 3798 3530 7328 6818 5404 5028
TRQ = Torque Wrench
IMP = Impact Wrench
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PARTS
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57474660 UNDERCARRIAGE,325L W/Y&A
TRACK
GROUP
ROLLER
GROUP
FRONT
IDLER
GROUP
SPROCKET
GROUP
FINAL
DRIVE
ROLLER
GROUP
1
4
3
5
8
2
TRACK
MOTOR
GUARD
GROUP
6
TRACK
GUIDE
GUARD
GROUP
7
1
FRAME
ASSY
9
Figure 37 :UNDERCARRIAGE,325L W/Y&A
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57474660 UNDERCARRIAGE,325L W/Y&A
REF. PART NO. QTY. UNIT DESCRIPTION
001 57562977 1 EA ROLLER ARRANGEMENT (See figure 38)
002 57563124 1 EA GUARD GROUP-TCK MOT
57357097 12 EA D WASHER
57457772 12 EA D BOLT
57563132 2 EA D COVER
003 57563140 1 EA GUARD GROUP-TRK GDE (See figure 40)
004 57516601 1 EA FRAME ASSY,RH
005 57563272 1 EA FRAME ASSY-LH
006 57354946 2 EA SPROCKET GROUP
57355018 1 EA D SPROCKET, TRACK
57355026 18 EA D BOLT
007 58025800 2 EA FINAL DRIVE
58025818 1 EA D DRIVE GROUP
57415044 1 EA D MOTOR, HYD. TRACK/DR
57415929 1 EA D FINAL DRIVE GROUP-U/C(See figure 41)
57355075 40 EA D WASHER-PLATED
57356461 40 EA D BOLT
008 57354961 1 EA FRONT IDLER GROUP
57356479 4 EA D BOLT
57563348 1 EA D TRACK ADJUSTMENT GROUP(See figure 42)
57356503 2 EA D FRONT IDLER GROUP
57563397 1 EA D SPRING GROUP RECOIL(See figure 43)
57355026 4 EA D BOLT
57563413 1 EA D IDLER,FRONT (See figure 44)
009 57563470 2 EA TRACK GROUP (See figure 45)
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57562977 ROLLER ARRANGEMENT
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6
Figure 38 :ROLLER ARRANGEMENT
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57562977 ROLLER ARRANGEMENT
REF. PART NO. QTY. UNIT DESCRIPTION
001 57457566 4 EA CARRIER ROLLER GROUP (See figure 39)
002 57356800 8 EA BOLT
003 57456790 72 EA BOLT
004 57355075 80 EA WASHER-PLATED
005 57356776 4 EA BOLT
006 57563041 20 EA ROLLER GROUP-SFLG
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57457566 CARRIER ROLLER GROUP
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2
SHAFT
COLLAR
BEARING BEARING
6
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8
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7
Figure 39 :CARRIER ROLLER GROUP
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57457566 CARRIER ROLLER GROUP
REF. PART NO. QTY. UNIT DESCRIPTION
001 57457590 1 EA SHAFT ASSY
57562985 1 EA D SHAFT,TCK ROLLER
57562993 1 EA D COLLAR-RLR END
002 57563009 1 EA SEAL GROUP
003 57457608 1 EA ROLLER & BEARING ASSY
57563017 1 EA D RIM AS-CARR RLR
57563033 1 EA D BEARING-CARR RLR
57563025 1 EA D BEARING-CARR RLR
004 57356859 1 EA RETAINER
005 57356867 1 EA WASHER-THRUST
006 50727429 1 EA SEAL
007 57356875 5 EA BOLT-SOCKETHEAD
008 57356834 1 EA COVER-CARRIER ROLLER
009 57356768 1 EA PLUG-PIPE
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57563140 GUARD GROUP-TRK GDE
1 2
3
4
5 6
7
8 9
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Figure 40 :GUARD GROUP-TRK GDE
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57563140 GUARD GROUP-TRK GDE
REF. PART NO. QTY. UNIT DESCRIPTION
001 57563157 2 EA GUARD ASSY
002 57563165 2 EA GUARD ASSY
003 57357683 36 EA BOLT
004 57355075 72 EA WASHER-PLATED
005 57563173 18 EA BOLT
006 57357691 18 EA NUT
007 57563181 18 EA PIPE
008 57563199 2 EA GUARD ASSEMBLY
009 57563207 2 EA GUARD ASSEMBLY
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57415929 FINAL DRIVE GROUP-U/C
21
1
112
39
111
22
29
25
23
28
26
35 49 24 5 6 3 102 66
52 69
70
100
88
105
107
109
104
101
108
103
109
59
90
91
92
89
18
106
20 19
42 8 42
4 11 12 16 17
53 54 55
67
58
51
110
Figure 41 :FINAL DRIVE GROUP-U/C
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57415929 FINAL DRIVE GROUP-U/C
REF. PART NO. QTY. UNIT DESCRIPTION
001 57552408 1 EA SPINDLE
003 57552416 1 EA COUPLER
004 57552424 1 EA CARRIER, PLANET
005 57552432 1 EA PLATE, BACK-UP
006 57552440 1 EA RING, SNAP
008 57552457 1 EA RING, LOCATING
011 57552465 5 EA PLANET GEAR
012 57552473 5 EA PLANET BEARING
016 57552481 5 EA RING, SNAP
017 57552499 1 EA SHAFT, SUN GEAR
018 57552507 1 EA RING, SNAP
019 57552515 1 EA NUT, SHAFT
020 57552523 2 EA BEARING, TAP ROLLER
021 57552531 1 EA SEAL, FACE
022 57552549 1 EA RING, O
023 57552556 2 EA BOLT, HEX HEAD
024 57552564 5 EA BOLT, SOCKET HEAD
025 57552572 1 EA PISTON
026 57552580 1 EA PLATE, BACK UP
028 57552598 1 EA RING, SNAP
029 57457293 1 EA KIT-DISC(BRAKE)
035 57457301 5 EA KIT-SEAL(BRAKE)
039 57552622 1 EA PLUG, CAP
042 57552630 2 EA PLUG, EXPANDING
049 57552648 1 EA GEAR, RING
051 57552655 1 EA COVER, RING GEAR
052 57552663 1 EA SHAFT, SUN GEAR
053 57552671 1 EA CARRIER, PLANET
054 57552689 3 EA PLANET GEAR
055 57552697 3 EA PLANET BEARING
058 57552705 3 EA RING, SNAP
059 57552713 1 EA RING, SNAP
066 57552721 1 EA O-RING
067 57552739 12 EA BOLT, HEX HEAD
069 57552747 2 EA PLUG, SCREW
070 57552754 2 EA RING, SEAL
088 57552762 1 EA GEAR, SUN
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57415929 FINAL DRIVE GROUP-U/C
REF. PART NO. QTY. UNIT DESCRIPTION
089 57552770 1 EA CARRIER, PLANET
090 57552788 3 EA PLANET GEAR
091 57552796 3 EA PLANET BEARING
092 57552804 3 EA RING, SNAP
100 57552812 1 EA COVER
101 57552820 1 EA SLEEVE, LOCATING
102 57552838 1 EA SHAFT, INPUT
103 57552846 1 EA SLEEVE, SHIFT
104 57552853 1 EA BOLT, SOCKET HEAD
105 57552861 1 EA WASHER, THRUST
106 57552879 12 EA BOLT, HEX HEAD
107 57552887 1 EA O-RING
108 57552895 1 EA PLUG, SCREW
109 57552903 2 EA BOLT, HEX HEAD
110 57552911 2 EA BOLT, HEX HEAD
111 57552929 1 EA ADAPTER
112 57552937 1 EA RING, SEAL
113 57552754 1 EA RING, SEAL
114 57552952 1 EA ADAPTER
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57563348 TRACK ADJUSTMENT GROUP
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Figure 42 :TRACK ADJUSTMENT GROUP
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57563348 TRACK ADJUSTMENT GROUP
REF. PART NO. QTY. UNIT DESCRIPTION
001 57356511 2 EA BOLT
002 57563355 1 EA PLATE ASSY,RH,WARNING
003 57563363 1 EA PLATE ASSY,LH,WARNING
005 57563371 1 EA CYLINDER
006 57356552 1 EA SEAL-LIP TYPE
007 57356560 1 EA PISTON
008 57356578 2 EA RING
009 57356586 2 EA RING
010 57356594 2 EA O RING-SEAL
011 57563389 1 EA VALVE,FILL
012 50416551 1 EA VALVE
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57563397 SPRING GROUP RECOIL
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Figure 43 :SPRING GROUP RECOIL
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57563397 SPRING GROUP RECOIL
REF. PART NO. QTY. UNIT DESCRIPTION
001 57356636 1 EA SUPPORT ASSY
002 57356644 1 EA SPRING
003 57563405 1 EA ROD
004 57356669 1 EA WASHER-HARD
005 57356677 1 EA NUT
006 57356685 1 EA SUPPORT
007 57356693 1 EA STRIP
008 57356701 2 EA BOLT-SOCKETHEAD
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57563413 IDLER,FRONT
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Figure 44 :IDLER,FRONT
C57563413 REV 000
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57563413 IDLER,FRONT
REF. PART NO. QTY. UNIT DESCRIPTION
001 57563421 1 EA IDLER & BEARING ASSY
57563439 1 EA D IDLER ASSEMBLY
57563447 2 EA D BEARING-IDLER
003 57563454 2 EA SEAL GROUP-METAL FACE
004 57027310 2 EA SEAL
005 57356735 2 EA PIN
006 57563462 1 EA SHAFT-IDLER
007 57356750 2 EA BEARING-FRAME IDLER
008 57356768 1 EA PLUG-PIPE
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57563470 TRACK GROUP
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Figure 45 :TRACK GROUP
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57563470 TRACK GROUP
REF. PART NO. QTY. UNIT DESCRIPTION
001 57563488 1 EA TRACK LINK ASSY (See figure 46)
002 57356974 180 EA BOLT-TRACK
003 57563496 45 EA SHOE,TRACK
004 57356990 180 EA NUT-TRACK
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57563488 TRACK LINK ASSY
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Figure 46 :TRACK LINK ASSY
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57563488 TRACK LINK ASSY
REF. PART NO. QTY. UNIT DESCRIPTION
001 57357006 192 EA WASHER
002 57357014 47 EA BUSHING-TRACK
003 57357022 47 EA PIN-TRACK
004 57357030 48 EA LINK-LH TRACK
005 57357048 1 EA PIN-TRACK
006 57357055 1 EA BUSHING-MASTER
007 57357063 2 EA SPACER
008 57357071 48 EA LINK-RH TRACK
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A
ADAPTER
57552929, 48
57552952, 48
B
BEARING, TAP ROLLER, 57552523, 47
BEARING-CARR RLR
57563025, 43
57563033, 43
BEARING-FRAME IDLER, 57356750, 55
BEARING-IDLER, 57563447, 55
BOLT
57355026, 39
57356461, 39
57356479, 39
57356511, 51
57356776, 41
57356800, 41
57357683, 45
57456790, 41
57457772, 39
57563173, 45
HEX HEAD
57552556, 47
57552739, 47
57552879, 48
57552903, 48
57552911, 48
SOCKET HEAD
57552564, 47
57552853, 48
BOLT-SOCKETHEAD
57356701, 53
57356875, 43
BOLT-TRACK, 57356974, 57
BUSHING-MASTER, 57357055, 59
BUSHING-TRACK, 57357014, 59
C
CARRIER, PLANET
57552424, 47
57552671, 47
57552770, 48
CARRIER ROLLER GROUP, 57457566, 41
COLLAR-RLR END, 57562993, 43
COUPLER, 57552416, 47
COVER
57552812, 48
57563132, 39
RING GEAR, 57552655, 47
COVER-CARRIER ROLLER, 57356834, 43
CYLINDER, 57563371, 51
D
DRIVE GROUP, 58025818, 39
F
FINAL DRIVE, 58025800, 39
FINAL DRIVE GROUP-U/C, 57415929, 39
FRAME ASSY, RH, 57516601, 39
FRAME ASSY-LH, 57563272, 39
FRONT IDLER GROUP
57354961, 39
57356503, 39
G
GEAR
RING, 57552648, 47
SUN, 57552762, 47
GUARD ASSEMBLY
57563199, 45
57563207, 45
GUARD ASSY
57563157, 45
57563165, 45
GUARD GROUP-TCK MOT, 57563124, 39
GUARD GROUP-TRK GDE, 57563140, 39
I
IDLER, FRONT, 57563413, 39
IDLER & BEARING ASSY, 57563421, 55
IDLER ASSEMBLY, 57563439, 55
K
KIT-DISC(BRAKE), 57457293, 47
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KIT-SEAL(BRAKE), 57457301, 47
L
LINK-LH TRACK, 57357030, 59
LINK-RH TRACK, 57357071, 59
M
MOTOR, HYD. TRACK/DR, 57415044, 39
N
NUT
57356677, 53
57357691, 45
SHAFT, 57552515, 47
NUT-TRACK, 57356990, 57
O
O RING-SEAL, 57356594, 51
O-RING
57552721, 47
57552887, 48
P
PIN, 57356735, 55
PIN-TRACK
57357022, 59
57357048, 59
PIPE, 57563181, 45
PISTON
57356560, 51
57552572, 47
PLANET BEARING
57552473, 47
57552697, 47
57552796, 48
PLANET GEAR
57552465, 47
57552689, 47
57552788, 48
PLATE
BACK UP, 57552580, 47
BACK-UP, 57552432, 47
PLATE ASSY
LH, WARNING, 57563363, 51
RH, WARNING, 57563355, 51
PLUG
CAP, 57552622, 47
EXPANDING, 57552630, 47
SCREW
57552747, 47
57552895, 48
PLUG-PIPE, 57356768, 43, 55
R
RETAINER, 57356859, 43
RIM AS-CARR RLR, 57563017, 43
RING
57356578, 51
57356586, 51
LOCATING, 57552457, 47
O, 57552549, 47
SEAL
57552754, 47, 48
57552937, 48
SNAP
57552440, 47
57552481, 47
57552507, 47
57552598, 47
57552705, 47
57552713, 47
57552804, 48
ROD, 57563405, 53
ROLLER & BEARING ASSY, 57457608, 43
ROLLER ARRANGEMENT, 57562977, 39
ROLLER GROUP-SFLG, 57563041, 41
S
SEAL
50727429, 43
57027310, 55
FACE, 57552531, 47
SEAL GROUP, 57563009, 43
SEAL GROUP-METAL FACE, 57563454, 55
SEAL-LIP TYPE, 57356552, 51
SHAFT
INPUT, 57552838, 48
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SUN GEAR
57552499, 47
57552663, 47
TCK ROLLER, 57562985, 43
SHAFT ASSY, 57457590, 43
SHAFT-IDLER, 57563462, 55
SHOE, TRACK, 57563496, 57
SLEEVE
LOCATING, 57552820, 48
SHIFT, 57552846, 48
SPACER, 57357063, 59
SPINDLE, 57552408, 47
SPRING, 57356644, 53
SPRING GROUP RECOIL, 57563397, 39
SPROCKET, TRACK, 57355018, 39
SPROCKET GROUP, 57354946, 39
STRIP, 57356693, 53
SUPPORT, 57356685, 53
SUPPORT ASSY, 57356636, 53
T
TRACK ADJUSTMENT GROUP, 57563348, 39
TRACK GROUP, 57563470, 39
TRACK LINK ASSY, 57563488, 57
V
VALVE
50416551, 51
FILL, 57563389, 51
W
WASHER
57357006, 59
57357097, 39
THRUST, 57552861, 48
WASHER-HARD, 57356669, 53
WASHER-PLATED, 57355075, 39, 41, 45
WASHER-THRUST, 57356867, 43
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Numbers
50416551, VALVE, 51
50727429, SEAL, 43
57027310, SEAL, 55
57354946, SPROCKET GROUP, 39
57354961, FRONT IDLER GROUP, 39
57355018, SPROCKET, TRACK, 39
57355026, BOLT, 39
57355075, WASHER-PLATED, 39, 41, 45
57356461, BOLT, 39
57356479, BOLT, 39
57356503, FRONT IDLER GROUP, 39
57356511, BOLT, 51
57356552, SEAL-LIP TYPE, 51
57356560, PISTON, 51
57356578, RING, 51
57356586, RING, 51
57356594, O RING-SEAL, 51
57356636, SUPPORT ASSY, 53
57356644, SPRING, 53
57356669, WASHER-HARD, 53
57356677, NUT, 53
57356685, SUPPORT, 53
57356693, STRIP, 53
57356701, BOLT-SOCKETHEAD, 53
57356735, PIN, 55
57356750, BEARING-FRAME IDLER, 55
57356768, PLUG-PIPE, 43, 55
57356776, BOLT, 41
57356800, BOLT, 41
57356834, COVER-CARRIER ROLLER, 43
57356859, RETAINER, 43
57356867, WASHER-THRUST, 43
57356875, BOLT-SOCKETHEAD, 43
57356974, BOLT-TRACK, 57
57356990, NUT-TRACK, 57
57357006, WASHER, 59
57357014, BUSHING-TRACK, 59
57357022, PIN-TRACK, 59
57357030, LINK-LH TRACK, 59
57357048, PIN-TRACK, 59
57357055, BUSHING-MASTER, 59
57357063, SPACER, 59
57357071, LINK-RH TRACK, 59
57357097, WASHER, 39
57357683, BOLT, 45
57357691, NUT, 45
57415044, MOTOR, HYD. TRACK/DR, 39
57415929, FINAL DRIVE GROUP-U/C, 39
57456790, BOLT, 41
57457293, KIT-DISC(BRAKE), 47
57457301, KIT-SEAL(BRAKE), 47
57457566, CARRIER ROLLER GROUP, 41
57457590, SHAFT ASSY, 43
57457608, ROLLER & BEARING ASSY, 43
57457772, BOLT, 39
57516601, FRAME ASSY, RH, 39
57552408, SPINDLE, 47
57552416, COUPLER, 47
57552424, CARRIER, PLANET, 47
57552432, PLATE, BACK-UP, 47
57552440, RING, SNAP, 47
57552457, RING, LOCATING, 47
57552465, PLANET GEAR, 47
57552473, PLANET BEARING, 47
57552481, RING, SNAP, 47
57552499, SHAFT, SUN GEAR, 47
57552507, RING, SNAP, 47
57552515, NUT, SHAFT, 47
57552523, BEARING, TAP ROLLER, 47
57552531, SEAL, FACE, 47
57552549, RING, O, 47
57552556, BOLT, HEX HEAD, 47
57552564, BOLT, SOCKET HEAD, 47
57552572, PISTON, 47
57552580, PLATE, BACK UP, 47
57552598, RING, SNAP, 47
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57552622, PLUG, CAP, 47
57552630, PLUG, EXPANDING, 47
57552648, GEAR, RING, 47
57552655, COVER, RING GEAR, 47
57552663, SHAFT, SUN GEAR, 47
57552671, CARRIER, PLANET, 47
57552689, PLANET GEAR, 47
57552697, PLANET BEARING, 47
57552705, RING, SNAP, 47
57552713, RING, SNAP, 47
57552721, O-RING, 47
57552739, BOLT, HEX HEAD, 47
57552747, PLUG, SCREW, 47
57552754, RING, SEAL, 47, 48
57552762, GEAR, SUN, 47
57552770, CARRIER, PLANET, 48
57552788, PLANET GEAR, 48
57552796, PLANET BEARING, 48
57552804, RING, SNAP, 48
57552812, COVER, 48
57552820, SLEEVE, LOCATING, 48
57552838, SHAFT, INPUT, 48
57552846, SLEEVE, SHIFT, 48
57552853, BOLT, SOCKET HEAD, 48
57552861, WASHER, THRUST, 48
57552879, BOLT, HEX HEAD, 48
57552887, O-RING, 48
57552895, PLUG, SCREW, 48
57552903, BOLT, HEX HEAD, 48
57552911, BOLT, HEX HEAD, 48
57552929, ADAPTER, 48
57552937, RING, SEAL, 48
57552952, ADAPTER, 48
57562977, ROLLER ARRANGEMENT, 39
57562985, SHAFT, TCK ROLLER, 43
57562993, COLLAR-RLR END, 43
57563009, SEAL GROUP, 43
57563017, RIM AS-CARR RLR, 43
57563025, BEARING-CARR RLR, 43
57563033, BEARING-CARR RLR, 43
57563041, ROLLER GROUP-SFLG, 41
57563124, GUARD GROUP-TCK MOT, 39
57563132, COVER, 39
57563140, GUARD GROUP-TRK GDE, 39
57563157, GUARD ASSY, 45
57563165, GUARD ASSY, 45
57563173, BOLT, 45
57563181, PIPE, 45
57563199, GUARD ASSEMBLY, 45
57563207, GUARD ASSEMBLY, 45
57563272, FRAME ASSY-LH, 39
57563348, TRACK ADJUSTMENT GROUP, 39
57563355, PLATE ASSY, RH, WARNING, 51
57563363, PLATE ASSY, LH, WARNING, 51
57563371, CYLINDER, 51
57563389, VALVE, FILL, 51
57563397, SPRING GROUP RECOIL, 39
57563405, ROD, 53
57563413, IDLER, FRONT, 39
57563421, IDLER & BEARING ASSY, 55
57563439, IDLER ASSEMBLY, 55
57563447, BEARING-IDLER, 55
57563454, SEAL GROUP-METAL FACE, 55
57563462, SHAFT-IDLER, 55
57563470, TRACK GROUP, 39
57563488, TRACK LINK ASSY, 57
57563496, SHOE, TRACK, 57
58025800, FINAL DRIVE, 39
58025818, DRIVE GROUP, 39
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