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TECHNICAL MANUAL
326D, 328D, 329D, 332D and 333D
Skid Steer Loader
Repair
(Manual Controls)
TM11431 15FEB13 (ENGLISH)

For complete service information also see:

326D, 328D and 332D Skid Steer Loader


Operation and Test (Manual Controls) .............. TM11430
329D and 333D Skid Steer Loader Operation
and Test (Manual Controls) ................................ TM11446
326D, 328D and 332D Skid Steer Loader
Operation and Test (EH Controls)...................... TM11438
329D and 333D Skid Steer Loader Operation
and Test (EH Controls)........................................ TM11454
326D, 328D, 329D, 332D and 333D Skid Steer
Loader Repair (EH Controls) .............................. TM11439
326D, 328D and 332D Skid Steer Loader
Operator's Manual ............................................... OMT253018
329D and 333D Skid Steer Loader Operator's
Manual .................................................................. OMT253017
PowerTech E™ 2.4L and 3.0L Diesel Engines
Component Technical Manual............................ CTM101019
120 Series Hydraulic Cylinders .......................... CTM114319
Specifications Manual......................................... SP458VOL2

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Introduction
Foreword
This manual is written for an experienced technician. Information is organized in groups for the various
Essential tools required in performing certain service work components requiring service instruction. At the
are identified in this manual and are recommended for use. beginning of each group are summary listings of all
Live with safety: Read the safety messages in the applicable essential tools, service equipment and tools,
introduction of this manual and the cautions presented other materials needed to do the job, service parts kits,
throughout the text of the manual. specifications, wear tolerances, and torque values.
Technical Manuals are concise guides for specific
This is the safety-alert symbol. When you see this machines. They are on-the-job guides containing only the
symbol on the machine or in this manual, be alert to the vital information needed for diagnosis, analysis, testing,
potential for personal injury. and repair.
Technical manuals are divided in two parts: repair and Fundamental service information is available from other
operation and tests. Repair sections tell how to repair sources covering basic theory of operation, fundamentals
the components. Operation and tests sections help you of troubleshooting, general maintenance, and basic type
identify the majority of routine failures quickly. of failures and their causes.
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Contents
Section 00—General Information Group 3140—Frame
Group 0001—Safety Group 3160—Hydraulic System
Group 0003—Torque Values
Section 99—Dealer Fabricated Tools
Section 01—Wheels or Tracks Group 9900—Dealer Fabricated Tools
Group 0110—Powered Wheels and Fastenings
Group 0130—Track System

Section 02—Axles and Suspension Systems


Group 0201—Drive Axle Housing and Support
Group 0250—Axle Shaft, Bearings, and Reduction
Gears

Section 03—Transmission
Group 0315—Controls Linkage
Group 0325—Flywheel Coupler
Group 0360—Hydraulic System

Section 04—Engine
Group 0400—Removal and Installation

Section 05—Engine Auxiliary System


Group 0510—Cooling Systems
Group 0520—Intake System
Group 0530—External Exhaust Systems
Group 0560—External Fuel Supply Systems

Section 17—Frame or Supporting Structure


Group 1740—Frame Installation

Section 18—Operator's Station


Group 1800—Removal and Installation
Group 1810—Operator Enclosure
Group 1821—Seat and Seat Belt
Group 1830—Heating and Air Conditioning

Section 19—Sheet Metal and Styling


Group 1910—Hood or Engine Enclosure

Section 20—Safety and Convenience


Group 2001—Radio

Section 21—Main Hydraulic System


Group 2160—Hydraulic System

Section 31—Loader
Group 3104—Attachment Coupler
Group 3115—Control Linkage

Original Instructions. All information, illustrations and specifications in this


manual are based on the latest information available at the time of publication.
The right is reserved to make changes at any time without notice.
COPYRIGHT © 2013
DEERE & COMPANY
Moline, Illinois
All rights reserved.
A John Deere ILLUSTRUCTION ® Manual
Previous Editions
Copyright © 2010, 2011, 2012

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Section 00
General Information
Contents

Page Page

Group 0001—Safety Service Recommendations for


Recognize Safety Information ................... 00-0001-1 37° Flare and 30° Cone Seat
Follow Safety Instructions.......................... 00-0001-1 Connectors ............................................ 00-0003-6
Operate Only If Qualified ........................... 00-0001-1 Service Recommendations For
Wear Protective Clothing........................... 00-0001-2 Flared Connections—Straight or
Avoid Unauthorized Machine Tapered Threads ................................... 00-0003-7
Modifications.......................................... 00-0001-2 Inch Series Four Bolt Flange Fitting
Inspect Machine ........................................ 00-0001-2 For High Pressure Service
Stay Clear of Moving Parts........................ 00-0001-2 Recommendations................................. 00-0003-8
Avoid High-Pressure Fluids ....................... 00-0001-3 Service Recommendations For
Avoid High-Pressure Oils .......................... 00-0001-3 Inch Series Four Bolt Flange
Work In Ventilated Area............................. 00-0001-4 Fittings ................................................... 00-0003-9
Prevent Fires ............................................. 00-0001-4 Service Recommendation
Prevent Battery Explosions ....................... 00-0001-5 O-Ring Face Seal Fittings with SAE Inch Hex Nut and
Handle Chemical Products Safely.............. 00-0001-5 Stud End for High Pressure.....................00-0003-10
Dispose of Waste Properly ........................ 00-0001-5 O-Ring Face Seal Fittings with Metric Hex Nut and
Prepare for Emergencies........................... 00-0001-6 Stud End for Standard Pressure..............00-0003-12
Clean Debris from Machine ....................... 00-0001-6 O-Ring Face Seal Fittings with Metric Hex Nut and
Use Steps and Handholds Stud End for High Pressure.....................00-0003-14
Correctly ................................................ 00-0001-6 Service Recommendations for
Start Only From Operator's Seat ............... 00-0001-6 Metric Series Four Bolt Flange
Use and Maintain Seat Belt ....................... 00-0001-7 Fitting................................................... 00-0003-16
Prevent Unintended Machine
Movement.............................................. 00-0001-7
Avoid Work Site Hazards........................... 00-0001-8
Keep Riders Off Machine .......................... 00-0001-8
Avoid Backover Accidents ......................... 00-0001-8
Avoid Machine Tip Over ............................ 00-0001-9
Operating On Slopes ................................. 00-0001-9
Operating Or Traveling On Public
Roads .................................................... 00-0001-9
Inspect and Maintain ROPS .................... 00-0001-10
Add and Operate Attachments
Safely................................................... 00-0001-10
Park and Prepare for Service
Safely................................................... 00-0001-10
Service Cooling System Safely ............... 00-0001-11
Remove Paint Before Welding or
Heating ................................................ 00-0001-11
Make Welding Repairs Safely ................. 00-0001-11
Drive Metal Pins Safely ........................... 00-0001-12
Service Tires Safely................................. 00-0001-12
Handle Cab Door Safely.......................... 00-0001-12

Group 0003—Torque Values


Unified Inch Bolt and Screw Torque
Values .................................................... 00-0003-1
Metric Bolt and Screw Torque
Values .................................................... 00-0003-2
Additional Metric Cap Screw
Torque Values ........................................ 00-0003-3
Check Oil Lines And Fittings ..................... 00-0003-4
Service Recommendations for
O-Ring Boss Fittings.............................. 00-0003-4

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Group 0001
Safety
Recognize Safety Information
This is the safety alert symbol. When this symbol is

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noticed on the machine or in this manual, be alert for
the potential of personal injury.
Follow the precautions and safe operating practices
highlighted by this symbol.
A signal word — DANGER, WARNING, or CAUTION —
is used with the safety alert symbol. DANGER identifies
the most serious hazards.
On the machine, DANGER signs are red in color,
WARNING signs are orange, and CAUTION signs are

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yellow. DANGER and WARNING signs are located near
specific hazards. General precautions are on CAUTION
labels.

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Follow Safety Instructions


Carefully read all safety messages in this manual and on
your machine safety signs. Keep safety signs in good
condition. Replace missing or damaged safety signs. Be
sure new equipment components and repair parts include
the current safety signs. Replacement safety signs are

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available from your John Deere dealer.
There can be additional safety information contained on
parts and components sourced from suppliers that is not
reproduced in this operator's manual.
Learn how to operate the machine and how to use controls
properly. Do not let anyone operate without instruction.
Keep your machine in proper working condition.
If you do not understand any part of this manual and need
Unauthorized modifications to the machine may impair the
assistance, contact your John Deere dealer.
function and/or safety and affect machine life.
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Operate Only If Qualified


Do not operate this machine unless the operator's manual machine functions with the machine in an open area
has been read carefully, and you have been qualified by before starting to work.
supervised training and instruction.
Know and observe all safety rules that may apply to every
Operator should be familiar with the job site and work situation and work site.
surroundings before operating. Try all controls and
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Safety

Wear Protective Clothing


Wear close fitting clothing and safety equipment
appropriate to the job.
Prolonged exposure to loud noise can cause impairment
or loss of hearing.

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Wear a suitable hearing protective device such as
earmuffs or earplugs to protect against objectionable or
uncomfortable loud noises.
Operating equipment safely requires the full attention of
the operator. Do not wear radio or music headphones
while operating machine.
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Avoid Unauthorized Machine Modifications


John Deere recommends using only genuine John Deere reliability, and may create a hazard for the operator or
replacement parts to ensure machine performance. others near the machine. The installer of any modification
Never substitute genuine John Deere parts with alternate which may affect the electronic controls of this machine is
parts not intended for the application as these can responsible for establishing that the modification does not
create hazardous situations or hazardous performance. adversely affect the machine or its performance.
Non-John Deere parts, or any damage or failures resulting
from their use are not covered by any John Deere warranty. Always contact an authorized dealer before making
machine modifications that change the intended use,
Modifications of this machine, or addition of unapproved weight or balance of the machine, or that alter machine
products or attachments, may affect machine stability or controls, performance or reliability.
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Inspect Machine
Inspect machine carefully each day by walking around it
before starting.
Keep all guards and shields in good condition and properly
installed. Fix damage and replace worn or broken parts

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immediately. Pay special attention to hydraulic hoses and
electrical wiring.

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Stay Clear of Moving Parts


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Entanglements in moving parts can cause serious injury.


Stop engine before examining, adjusting or maintaining
any part of machine with moving parts.
Keep guards and shields in place. Replace any guard
or shield that has been removed for access as soon as
service or repair is complete.
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Safety

Avoid High-Pressure Fluids


Inspect hydraulic hoses periodically – at least once
per year – for leakage, kinking, cuts, cracks, abrasion,
blisters, corrosion, exposed wire braid or any other signs
of wear or damage.

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Replace worn or damaged hose assemblies immediately
with John Deere approved replacement parts.
Escaping fluid under pressure can penetrate the skin
causing serious injury.
Avoid the hazard by relieving pressure before
disconnecting hydraulic or other lines. Tighten all
connections before applying pressure.
with this type of injury should reference a knowledgeable
Search for leaks with a piece of cardboard. Protect hands medical source. Such information is available in
and body from high-pressure fluids. English from Deere & Company Medical Department in
Moline, Illinois, U.S.A., by calling 1-800-822-8262 or +1
If an accident occurs, see a doctor immediately. Any fluid 309-748-5636.
injected into the skin must be surgically removed within
a few hours or gangrene may result. Doctors unfamiliar
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Avoid High-Pressure Oils


This machine uses a high-pressure hydraulic system.
Escaping oil under pressure can penetrate the skin
causing serious injury.
Never search for leaks with your hands. Protect hands.

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Use a piece of cardboard to find location of escaping oil.
Stop engine and relieve pressure before disconnecting
lines or working on hydraulic system.
If hydraulic oil penetrates your skin, see a doctor
immediately. Injected oil must be removed surgically
within hours or gangrene may result. Contact a
knowledgeable medical source or the Deere & Company
Medical Department in Moline, Illinois, U.S.A.

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Safety

Work In Ventilated Area


Engine exhaust fumes can cause sickness or death. If
it is necessary to run an engine in an enclosed area,
remove the exhaust fumes from the area with an exhaust
pipe extension.

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If you do not have an exhaust pipe extension, open the
doors and get outside air into the area.

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Prevent Fires

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Handle Fuel Safely: Store flammable fluids away from
fire hazards. Never refuel machine while smoking or when
near sparks or flame.
Clean Machine Regularly: Keep trash, debris, grease
and oil from accumulating in engine compartment, around
fuel lines, hydraulic lines, exhaust components, and
electrical wiring. Never store oily rags or flammable
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materials inside a machine compartment.
Maintain Hoses and Wiring: Replace hydraulic hoses
immediately if they begin to leak, and clean up any oil
spills. Examine electrical wiring and connectors frequently
for damage.
Keep A Fire Extinguisher Available: Always keep a
multipurpose fire extinguisher on or near the machine.
Know how to use extinguisher properly. T133554 —UN—07SEP00

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Safety

Prevent Battery Explosions


Keep sparks, lighted matches, and open flame away from
the top of battery. Battery gas can explode.
Never check battery charge by placing a metal object
across the posts. Use a volt-meter or hydrometer.

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Do not charge a frozen battery; it may explode. Warm
battery to 16°C (60°F).

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Handle Chemical Products Safely


Direct exposure to hazardous chemicals can cause
serious injury. Potentially hazardous chemicals used with
John Deere equipment include such items as lubricants,
coolants, paints, and adhesives.

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A Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) provides specific
details on chemical products: physical and health hazards,
safety procedures, and emergency response techniques.
Check the MSDS before you start any job using a
hazardous chemical. That way you will know exactly what
the risks are and how to do the job safely. Then follow
procedures and recommended equipment.
(See your John Deere dealer for MSDS’s on chemical
products used with John Deere equipment.)
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Dispose of Waste Properly


Improperly disposing of waste can threaten the
environment and ecology. Potentially harmful waste used
with John Deere equipment include such items as oil, fuel,
coolant, brake fluid, filters, and batteries.

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Use leakproof containers when draining fluids. Do not use
food or beverage containers that may mislead someone
into drinking from them.
Do not pour waste onto the ground, down a drain, or into
any water source.
Air conditioning refrigerants escaping into the air can
damage the Earth’s atmosphere. Government regulations
may require a certified air conditioning service center to
recover and recycle used air conditioning refrigerants.
Inquire on the proper way to recycle or dispose of waste
from your local environmental or recycling center, or from
your John Deere dealer.
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Prepare for Emergencies


Be prepared if an emergency occurs or a fire starts.
Keep a first aid kit and fire extinguisher handy.
Keep emergency numbers for doctors, ambulance service,
hospital, and fire department near your telephone.

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Clean Debris from Machine


Keep engine compartment, radiator, batteries, hydraulic
lines, exhaust components, fuel tank, and operator's
station clean and free of debris.
Clean any oil spills or fuel spills on machine surfaces.

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Temperature in engine compartment may go up
immediately after engine is stopped. BE ON GUARD
FOR FIRES DURING THIS PERIOD.
Open access door(s) to cool the engine faster, and clean
engine compartment.

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Use Steps and Handholds Correctly


Prevent falls by facing the machine when getting on and

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off. Maintain 3-point contact with steps and handrails.
Never use machine controls as handholds.
Use extra care when mud, snow, or moisture present
slippery conditions. Keep steps clean and free of grease
or oil. Never jump when exiting machine. Never mount or
dismount a moving machine.

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Start Only From Operator's Seat


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Avoid unexpected machine movement. Start engine only


while sitting in operator's seat. Ensure all controls and
working tools are in proper position for a parked machine.
Never attempt to start engine from the ground. Do not
attempt to start engine by shorting across the starter
solenoid terminals.

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Use and Maintain Seat Belt


Use seat belt when operating machine. Remember to

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fasten seat belt when loading and unloading from trucks
and during other uses.
Examine seat belt frequently. Be sure webbing is not
cut or torn. Replace seat belt immediately if any part is
damaged or does not function properly.
The complete seat belt assembly should be replaced
every 3 years, regardless of appearance.
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Prevent Unintended Machine Movement


Be careful not to accidentally actuate controls. Follow
these steps during work interruptions, before allowing
coworkers to approach the machine, before standing up,
leaving the operator's seat, or exiting the machine:

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• Lower equipment to the ground
• Press park brake switch (1) to position P to engage
park brake
• Stop the engine
• Raise interlocking seat bar
1— Park Brake Switch

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Avoid Work Site Hazards


Avoid contact with gas lines, buried cables, and water
lines. Call utility line location services to identify all

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underground utilities before starting work.
Prepare work site properly. Avoid operating near
structures or objects that could fall onto the machine. Clear
away debris that could move unexpectedly if run over.
Avoid boom or attachment contact with overhead
obstacles or overhead electrical lines. Never move
machine closer than 3 m (10 ft.) plus twice the line
insulator length to overhead wires.
Keep bystanders clear at all times. Keep bystanders
away from raised booms, attachments, and unsupported
loads. Avoid swinging or raising booms, attachments, or

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loads over or near personnel. Use barricades or a signal
person to keep vehicles and pedestrians away. Use a
signal person if moving machine in congested areas or
where visibility is restricted. Always keep signal person in
view. Coordinate hand signals before starting machine.
Operate only on solid footing with strength sufficient
to support machine. Be especially alert working near
embankments or excavations.
Avoid working under over-hanging embankments or hitting obstacles (rocks, uneven concrete, or manholes)
stockpiles that could collapse under or on machine. can cause a sudden stop. Always wear your seat belt. On
units equipped with shoulder belts always wear both the
Reduce machine speed when operating with tool on or seat and shoulder belt and do not lean forward while
near ground when obstacles may be hidden (e.g., during operating.
snow removal or clearing mud, dirt, etc.). At high speeds
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Keep Riders Off Machine


Only allow operator on machine.
Riders are subject to injury. They may fall from machine,

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be caught between machine parts, or be struck by foreign
objects.
Riders may obstruct operator’s view or impair his ability
to operate machine safely.

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Avoid Backover Accidents


Before moving machine, be sure all persons or
vehicles are clear of machine path. Turn around and
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look directly for best visibility. Keep windows clean.


Be certain reverse warning alarm is working properly
(if equipped).
Use a signal person when backing if view is obstructed
or when in close quarters. Keep signal person in view at
all times. Use prearranged hand signals to communicate.
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Avoid Machine Tip Over


Use seat belt at all times.

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Do not jump if the machine tips. You will be unlikely to
jump clear and the machine may crush you.
Load and unload from trucks or trailers carefully. Be
sure truck is wide enough and on a firm level surface. Use
loading ramps and attach them properly to truck bed.
Be careful on slopes. Avoid sharp turns. Balance loads
so weight is evenly distributed and load is stable. Carry
tools and loads close to the ground to aid visibility and
lower center of gravity. Use extra care on wet, soft, rocky,

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or frozen ground.
Know the capacity of the machine. Do not overload. Be
careful with heavy loads. Using oversize buckets or lifting
heavy objects reduces machine stability.
Ensure solid footing. Use extra care in soft ground
conditions or on structures that may not uniformly support
the wheels especially when raising the boom. Do not
operate close to banks or open excavations that may cave
in and cause machine to tip or fall.
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Operating On Slopes
Avoid side slope travel whenever possible. When working
on steep slopes, travel as straight up and down as
possible and keep the heavy end of the vehicle uphill to
prevent machine tip over.

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Carry the load as low as possible for maximum stability
and visibility.
Select low speed before starting down slope. The slope
on which you can operate safely will be limited by ground
condition and the load being handled.
Be alert to wind direction and velocity.
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Operating Or Traveling On Public Roads


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and markings to assure they are visible to other drivers.
Install additional lights, beacons, slow moving vehicle
(SMV) emblems, or other devices and use as required to
make the machine visible and identify it as a work machine.
Check state and local regulations to assure compliance.
Keep these devices clean and in working condition.

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Inspect and Maintain ROPS


A damaged roll-over protective structure (ROPS) should To maintain the ROPS:
be replaced, not reused.
The protection offered by ROPS will be impaired if ROPS
• Replace missing hardware using correct grade
hardware.
is subjected to structural damage, is involved in an
overturn incident, or is in any way altered by welding,
• Check hardware torque.
bending, drilling, or cutting.
• Check isolation mounts for damage, looseness or wear;
replace them if necessary.
If ROPS was loosened or removed for any reason, inspect • Check ROPS for cracks or physical damage.
it carefully before operating the machine again.
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Add and Operate Attachments Safely


Always verify compatibility of attachments by contacting is required or recommended. Verify that all connections
your authorized dealer. Adding unapproved attachments are secure and attachment responds properly to controls.
may affect machine stability or reliability, and may create
a hazard for others near the machine. Carefully read attachment manual and follow all
instructions and warnings. In an area free of bystanders
Ensure that a qualified person is involved in attachment and obstructions, carefully operate attachment to learn its
installation. Add guards to machine if operator protection characteristics and range of motion.
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Park and Prepare for Service Safely


Warn others of service work. Always park and prepare
machine for service or repair properly.
• Park machine on a level surface and lower equipment
to the ground.

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• Engage park brake.
• Stop engine and remove key.
• Attach a “DO NOT OPERATE” tag in an obvious place
in the operator's station.
Securely support machine or attachment before working
under it.
• Do not support machine with any hydraulically actuated
tools or attachments.
• Do not support machine with cinder blocks or wooden
pieces that may crumble or crush.
• Do not support machine with a single jack or other
devices that may slip out of place.
• Always install boom lock before working on or around
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this machine with the loader boom raised.


Understand service procedures before beginning repairs.
Keep service area clean and dry. Use two people
whenever the engine must be running for service work.

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Safety

Service Cooling System Safely


Explosive release of fluids from pressurized cooling
system can cause serious burns.
Shut off engine. Only remove filler cap when cool enough
to touch with bare hands. Slowly loosen cap to first stop

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to relieve pressure before removing completely.

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Remove Paint Before Welding or Heating


Avoid potentially toxic fumes and dust.
Hazardous fumes can be generated when paint is heated
by welding, soldering, or using a torch.
Remove paint before heating:

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• Remove paint a minimum of 100 mm (4 in.) from area
to be affected by heating. If paint cannot be removed,
wear an approved respirator before heating or welding.
• If you sand or grind paint, avoid breathing the dust.
Wear an approved respirator.
• If you use solvent or paint stripper, remove stripper with
soap and water before welding. Remove solvent or
paint stripper containers and other flammable material
from area. Allow fumes to disperse at least 15 minutes Do all work in an area that is well ventilated to carry toxic
before welding or heating. fumes and dust away.

Do not use a chlorinated solvent in areas where welding Dispose of paint and solvent properly.
will take place.
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Make Welding Repairs Safely


IMPORTANT: Disable electrical power before

T133547 —UN—31AUG00
welding. Turn off main battery switch
or disconnect positive battery cable.
Separate harness connectors to engine and
vehicle microprocessors.

Avoid welding or heating near pressurized fluid lines.


Flammable spray may result and cause severe burns if
pressurized lines fail as a result of heating. Do not let heat
go beyond work area to nearby pressurized lines.
Make sure there is good ventilation. Wear eye protection
Remove paint properly. Do not inhale paint dust or fumes. and protective equipment when welding.
Use a qualified welding technician for structural repairs.
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Safety

Drive Metal Pins Safely

T133738 —UN—14SEP00
Always wear protective goggles or safety glasses and
other protective equipment before striking hardened
parts. Hammering hardened metal parts such as pins and
bucket teeth may dislodge chips at high velocity.
Use a soft hammer or a brass bar between hammer and
object to prevent chipping.

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Service Tires Safely


Explosive separation of a tire and rim parts can cause
serious injury or death.
Do not attempt to mount a tire unless you have the proper
equipment and experience to perform the job.
Always maintain the correct tire pressure. Do not inflate
the tires above the recommended pressure. Never weld
or heat a wheel and tire assembly. The heat can cause
an increase in air pressure resulting in a tire explosion.
Welding can structurally weaken or deform the wheel.
When inflating tires, use a clip-on chuck and extension
hose long enough to allow you to stand to one side and
NOT in front of or over the tire assembly. Use a safety
cage if available.
Check wheels for low pressure, cuts, bubbles, damaged
rims or missing lug bolts and nuts.

TS211 —UN—23AUG88
DX,RIM -19-24AUG90-1/1

Handle Cab Door Safely


When servicing machine, be aware that cab door (1) is
breakable.
Keep door closed if cab needs to be raised for service.
TX1063683A —UN—08SEP09

Be aware of surroundings so that door does not come


in contact with any objects.
Use care if cab door needs to be removed. To prevent
damage to the door, handle with care and store in a
secure location.

1— Cab Door

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Torque Values
Unified Inch Bolt and Screw Torque Values
TS1671 —UN—01MAY03

Bolt or Screw SAE Grade 1 SAE Grade 2a SAE Grade 5, 5.1 or 5.2 SAE Grade 8 or 8.2
b c
Size Lubricated Dry Lubricatedb Dryc Lubricatedb Dryc Lubricatedb Dryc
N·m lb.-in. N·m lb.-in. N·m lb.-in. N·m lb.-in. N·m lb.-in. N·m lb.-in. N·m lb.-in. N·m lb.-in.
1/4 3.7 33 4.7 42 6 53 7.5 66 9.5 84 12 106 13.5 120 17 150
N·m lb.-ft. N·m lb.-ft.
5/16 7.7 68 9.8 86 12 106 15.5 137 19.5 172 25 221 28 20.5 35 26
N·m lb.-ft. N·m lb.-ft.
3/8 13.5 120 17.5 155 22 194 27 240 35 26 44 32.5 49 36 63 46
N·m lb.-ft. N·m lb.-ft. N·m lb.-ft.
7/16 22 194 28 20.5 35 26 44 32.5 56 41 70 52 80 59 100 74
N·m lb.-ft.
1/2 34 25 42 31 53 39 67 49 85 63 110 80 120 88 155 115
9/16 48 35.5 60 45 76 56 95 70 125 92 155 115 175 130 220 165
5/8 67 49 85 63 105 77 135 100 170 125 215 160 240 175 305 225
3/4 120 88 150 110 190 140 240 175 300 220 380 280 425 315 540 400
7/8 190 140 240 175 190 140 240 175 490 360 615 455 690 510 870 640
1 285 210 360 265 285 210 360 265 730 540 920 680 1030 760 1300 960
1-1/8 400 300 510 375 400 300 510 375 910 670 1150 850 1450 1075 1850 1350
1-1/4 570 420 725 535 570 420 725 535 1280 945 1630 1200 2050 1500 2600 1920
1-3/8 750 550 950 700 750 550 950 700 1700 1250 2140 1580 2700 2000 3400 2500
1-1/2 990 730 1250 930 990 730 1250 930 2250 1650 2850 2100 3600 2650 4550 3350
Torque values listed are for general use only, based on the strength of the bolt Replace fasteners with the same or higher grade. If higher
or screw. DO NOT use these values if a different torque value or tightening grade fasteners are used, tighten these to the strength of the
procedure is given for a specific application. For plastic insert or crimped steel original. Make sure fastener threads are clean and that you
type lock nuts, for stainless steel fasteners, or for nuts on U-bolts, see the properly start thread engagement. When possible, lubricate
tightening instructions for the specific application. Shear bolts are designed to fail plain or zinc plated fasteners other than lock nuts, wheel bolts
under predetermined loads. Always replace shear bolts with identical grade. or wheel nuts, unless different instructions are given for the
specific application.
a
Grade 2 applies for hex cap screws (not hex bolts) up to 6 in. (152 mm) long. Grade 1 applies for hex cap screws over 6
in. (152 mm) long, and for all other types of bolts and screws of any length.
b
“Lubricated” means coated with a lubricant such as engine oil, fasteners with phosphate and oil coatings, or 7/8 in.
and larger fasteners with JDM F13C, F13F or F13J zinc flake coating.
c
“Dry” means plain or zinc plated without any lubrication, or 1/4 to 3/4 in. fasteners with JDM F13B, F13E or F13H zinc flake coating.
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Metric Bolt and Screw Torque Values


TS1670 —UN—01MAY03

4.8 8.8 9.8 10.9 12.9 12.9

4.8 8.8 9.8 10.9 12.9 12.9

Bolt or Screw Class 4.8 Class 8.8 or 9.8 Class 10.9 Class 12.9
Size Lubricateda Dryb Lubricateda Dryb Lubricateda Dryb Lubricateda Dryb
N·m lb.-in. N·m lb.-in. N·m lb.-in. N·m lb.-in. N·m lb.-in. N·m lb.-in. N·m lb.-in. N·m lb.-in.
M6 4.7 42 6 53 8.9 79 11.3 100 13 115 16.5 146 15.5 137 19.5 172
N·m lb.-ft. N·m lb.-ft. N·m lb.-ft. N·m lb.-ft.
M8 11.5 102 14.5 128 22 194 27.5 243 32 23.5 40 29.5 37 27.5 47 35
N·m lb.-ft. N·m lb.-ft. N·m lb.-ft.
M10 23 204 29 21 43 32 55 40 63 46 80 59 75 55 95 70
N·m lb.-ft.
M12 40 29.5 50 37 75 55 95 70 110 80 140 105 130 95 165 120
M14 63 46 80 59 120 88 150 110 175 130 220 165 205 150 260 190
M16 100 74 125 92 190 140 240 175 275 200 350 255 320 235 400 300
M18 135 100 170 125 265 195 330 245 375 275 475 350 440 325 560 410
M20 190 140 245 180 375 275 475 350 530 390 675 500 625 460 790 580
M22 265 195 330 245 510 375 650 480 725 535 920 680 850 625 1080 800
M24 330 245 425 315 650 480 820 600 920 680 1150 850 1080 800 1350 1000
M27 490 360 625 460 950 700 1200 885 1350 1000 1700 1250 1580 1160 2000 1475
M30 660 490 850 625 1290 950 1630 1200 1850 1350 2300 1700 2140 1580 2700 2000
M33 900 665 1150 850 1750 1300 2200 1625 2500 1850 3150 2325 2900 2150 3700 2730
M36 1150 850 1450 1075 2250 1650 2850 2100 3200 2350 4050 3000 3750 2770 4750 3500
Torque values listed are for general use only, based on the strength of Shear bolts are designed to fail under predetermined loads. Always
the bolt or screw. DO NOT use these values if a different torque value or replace shear bolts with identical property class. Replace fasteners with
tightening procedure is given for a specific application. For stainless steel the same or higher property class. If higher property class fasteners are
fasteners or for nuts on U-bolts, see the tightening instructions for the used, tighten these to the strength of the original. Make sure fastener
specific application. Tighten plastic insert or crimped steel type lock nuts threads are clean and that you properly start thread engagement. When
by turning the nut to the dry torque shown in the chart, unless different possible, lubricate plain or zinc plated fasteners other than lock nuts,
instructions are given for the specific application. wheel bolts or wheel nuts, unless different instructions are given for the
specific application.
a
“Lubricated” means coated with a lubricant such as engine oil, fasteners with phosphate and oil coatings, or M20
and larger fasteners with JDM F13C, F13F or F13J zinc flake coating.
b
“Dry” means plain or zinc plated without any lubrication, or M6 to M18 fasteners with JDM F13B, F13E or F13H zinc flake coating.
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Additional Metric Cap Screw Torque Values

T6873AA —UN—18OCT88
CAUTION: Use only metric tools on metric
hardware. Other tools may not fit properly.
They may slip and cause injury.

Check tightness of cap screws periodically. Torque values


listed are for general use only. Do not use these values if
a different torque value or tightening procedure is listed
for a specific application.
Shear bolts are designed to fail under predetermined

T6873AB —UN—18OCT88
loads. Always replace shear bolts with identical grade.
Fasteners should be replaced with the same or higher
grade. If higher grade fasteners are used, these should
only be tightened to the strength of the original.
Make sure fastener threads are clean and you properly
start thread engagement. This will prevent them from
failing when tightening.

T6873AC —UN—18OCT88
Tighten cap screws having lock nuts to approximately 50
percent of amount shown in chart.
METRIC CAP SCREW TORQUE VALUESa
T-Bolt H-Bolt M-Bolt
Nomi-
nal Dia N·m lb-ft N·m lb-ft N·m lb-ft
8 29 21 20 15 10 7
10 63 46 45 33 20 15
12 108 80 88 65 34 25
14 176 130 137 101 54 40
16 265 195 206 152 78 58
18 392 289 294 217 118 87
20 539 398 392 289 167 125
22 735 542 539 398 216 159
24 931 687 686 506 274 202
27 1372 1012 1029 759 392 289
30 1911 1410 1421 1049 539 398
33 2548 1890 1911 1410 735 542
36 3136 2314 2401 1772 931 687
a
Torque tolerance is ±10%.
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Check Oil Lines And Fittings

CAUTION: Escaping fluid under pressure can


penetrate the skin causing serious injury.
Avoid the hazard by relieving pressure before
disconnecting hydraulic or other lines. Tighten

X9811 —UN—23AUG88
all connections before applying pressure. Search
for leaks with a piece of cardboard. Protect hands
and body from high pressure fluids.
If an accident occurs, see a doctor immediately.
Any fluid injected into the skin must be surgically
removed within a few hours or gangrene
may result. Doctors unfamiliar with this
type of injury may call the Deere & Company
Medical Department in Moline, Illinois, or other Tubing with dents may cause the oil to overheat. If you
knowledgeable medical source. find tubing with dents, install new tubing immediately.
IMPORTANT: Tighten fittings as specified in
Check all oil lines, hoses, and fittings regularly for leaks or torque chart.
damage. Make sure all clamps are in position and tight.
Make sure hoses are not twisted or touching moving When you tighten connections, use two wrenches to
machine parts. If abrasion or wear occurs, replace prevent bending or breaking tubing and fittings.
immediately.
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Service Recommendations for O-Ring Boss


Fittings
Straight Fitting
1. Inspect O-ring boss seat for dirt or defects.

T6243AE —UN—18OCT88
2. Lubricate O-ring with petroleum jelly. Place electrical
tape over threads to protect O-ring. Slide O-ring over
tape and into O-ring groove of fitting. Remove tape.
3. Tighten fitting to torque value shown on chart.

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Angle Fitting
1. Back-off lock nut (A) and back-up washer (B)
completely to head-end (C) of fitting.
2. Turn fitting into threaded boss until back-up washer
contacts face of boss.

T6520AB —UN—18OCT88
3. Turn fitting head-end counterclockwise to proper index
(maximum of one turn).
NOTE: Do not allow hoses to twist when tightening fittings.

4. Hold fitting head-end with a wrench and tighten locknut


and back-up washer to proper torque value.
STRAIGHT FITTING OR SPECIAL NUT TORQUE CHART
Thread Size N·m lb-ft
3/8-24 UNF 8 6
7/16-20 UNF 12 9
1/2-20 UNF 16 12
9/16-18 UNF 24 18
3/4-16 UNF 46 34
7/8-14 UNF 62 46
1-1/16-12 UN 102 75
1-3/16-12 UN 122 90
1-5/16-12 UN 142 105
1-5/8-12 UN 190 140
1-7/8-12 UN 217 160

NOTE: Torque tolerance is ± 10%.

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Service Recommendations for 37° Flare and


30° Cone Seat Connectors
1. Inspect flare and flare seat. They must be free of dirt
or obvious defects.
2. Defects in tube flare cannot be repaired.

T6234AC —UN—18OCT88
Overtightening a defective flared fitting will not stop
leaks.
3. Align tube with fitting before attempting to start nut.
4. Lubricate male threads with hydraulic fluid or
petroleum jelly.
5. Index angle fittings and tighten by hand.
STRAIGHT FITTING OR SPECIAL NUT TORQUE CHART
6. Tighten fitting or nut to torque value shown on torque Thread Size N·m lb-ft
chart. Do not allow hoses to twist when tightening
3/8 - 24 UNF 8 6
fittings.
7/16 - 20 UNF 12 9
1/2 - 20 UNF 16 12
9/16 - 18 UNF 24 18
3/4 - 16 UNF 46 34
7/8 - 14 UNF 62 46
1-1/16 - 12 UN 102 75
1-3/16 - 12 UN 122 90
1-5/16 - 12 UN 142 105
1-5/8 - 12 190 140
1-7/8 - 12 UN 217 160

NOTE: Torque tolerance is ± 10%.

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Service Recommendations For Flared


Connections—Straight or Tapered Threads
1. Inspect flare and flare seat. They must be free of dirt
or obvious defects.
2. Defects in the tube flare cannot be repaired.

T6873AE —UN—18OCT88
Overtightening a defective flared fitting will not stop
leaks.
3. Align the tube with the fitting before attempting to start
the nut.
4. Lubricate the male threads with hydraulic fluid or
petroleum jelly. Straight Thread

5. Index angle fittings and tighten by hand.


6. Tighten fitting or nut to torque value shown on the chart.
Do not allow hoses to twist when tightening fittings.
a
TORQUE CHART
b
Straight Thread Tapered Thread

T6873AD —UN—18OCT88
Thread Size N·m lb-ft N·m lb-ft
1/8 15 11
1/4 20 15 45 33
3/8 29 21 69 51
1/2 49 36 93 69
3/4 69 51 176 130
Tapered Thread
1 157 116 343 253
1-1/2 196 145 539 398
2 255 188 588 434
a
Torque tolerance is ±10%.
b
With seat face.

NOTE: If female thread is cast iron (control valves,


brake valves motors, etc.), torque must be
reduced approximately 10%.
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Inch Series Four Bolt Flange Fitting For High Pressure Service Recommendations

T6890BB —UN—01MAR90
A—Sealing Surface C—Pinched O-Ring
B—Split Flange D—Single Piece Flange

INCH SERIES FOUR BOLT FLANGE FITTING FOR 41 400 kPa (414 If imperfection cannot be polished out, replace
bar) (6000 psi) PRESSURE SERIES TORQUE VALUES—Tolerance component.
is ± 10% unless otherwise specified
Nominal Cap Screw Sizea Min—Max Torque 2. Install the O-ring (and backup ring, if used) into
Flange Size groove. Use petroleum jelly to hold it in place.
in. in. Nm (lb-ft)b
IMPORTANT: DO NOT use air wrenches. DO NOT
1/2 5/16-18 UNC 20—31 (15—23)
tighten one cap screw fully before tightening
3/4 3/8-16 UNC 34—54 (25—40) the others. DO NOT over tighten.
1 7/16-14 UNC 57—85 (42—63)
1-1/4 1/2-13 UNC 85—131 (63—97) 3. Split flange: Loosely assemble split flange (B) halves.
1-1/2 5/8-11 UNC 159—264 (117—195) Make sure split is centrally located and perpendicular
2 3/4-10 UNC 271—468 (200—345)
to port. Hand tighten cap screws to hold flange halves
a and line in place. Do not pinch O-ring (C).
JDM A17D, SAE Grade 5 or better cap screws with plated hardware.
Lock washers are permissible but not recommended. Single piece flange (D): Make sure flange is centrally
b
Minimum torques given are enough for the given size connection with located on port and line is centered in flange. Install
the recommended working pressure. Torques can be increased to the the cap screws. Hand tighten cap screws to hold
maximum shown for each cap screw size if desired. Increasing cap
screw torque beyond the maximum will result in flange and cap screw
flange and line in place. Do not pinch O-ring.
bending and connection failures.
4. Tighten one cap screw and then the diagonally
opposite cap screw. Tighten the two remaining cap
1. Clean sealing surfaces (A). Inspect. Scratches, screws. Tighten cap screws within the specified torque
nicks, and burrs cause leaks. Roughness causes values.
O-ring wear. Out-of-flat causes O-ring extrusion.
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Service Recommendations For Inch Series Four Bolt Flange Fittings

T6890BB —UN—01MAR90
A—Sealing Surface C—Pinched O-Ring
B—Split Flange D—Single Piece Flange

1. Clean sealing surfaces (A). Inspect. Scratches cause TORQUE CHART


leaks. Roughness causes seal wear. Out-of-flat N·m lb-ft
causes seal extrusion. If defects cannot be polished Nominal Cap Screw
out, replace component. Flange Size
Size Min Max Min Max
2. Install O-ring (and backup washer if required) into 1/2 5/16-18 UNC 20 31 15 23
groove using petroleum jelly to hold it in place.
3/4 3/8-16 UNC 28 54 21 40
3. Split flange: Loosely assemble split flange (B) halves. 1 3/8-16 UNC 37 54 27 40
Make sure split is centrally located and perpendicular 1-1/4 7/16-14 UNC 47 85 35 63
to port. Hand tighten cap screws to hold parts in place. 1-1/2 1/2-13 UNC 62 131 46 97
Do not pinch O-ring (C).
2 1/2-13 UNC 73 131 54 97
4. Single piece flange (D): Place hydraulic line in center 2-1/2 1/2-13 UNC 107 131 79 97
of flange and install cap screws. Flange must be 3 5/8-11 UNC 158 264 117 195
centrally located on port. Hand tighten cap screws to 3-1/2 5/8-11 UNC 158 264 117 195
hold flange in place. Do not pinch O-ring.
4 5/8-11 UNC 158 264 117 195
5. Tighten one cap screw, then tighten the diagonally 5 5/8-11 UNC 158 264 117 195
opposite cap screw. Tighten two remaining cap screws.
Tighten all cap screws as specified in the chart below.
DO NOT use air wrenches. DO NOT tighten one cap
screw fully before tightening the others. DO NOT over
tighten.
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O-Ring Face Seal Fittings With SAE Inch Hex


Nut And Stud End For High Pressure Service
Recommendations
O-RING FACE SEAL FITTINGS WITH SAE INCH HEX NUT AND STUD END FOR HIGH PRESSURE, ABOVE 27 600 kPa (276
bar) (4000 psi), TORQUE VALUES—Tolerance is +15 -20% unless otherwise specified

A B
C D

H70406 —UN—12DEC01
G

E
H F
F
E

A—90° Swivel Elbow and Tube C—Stud Straight and Tube Nut E—Stud End
Nut D—Bulkhead Union and Nut F— Tube Nut
B—90° Adjustable Stud Elbow G—Swivel Nut
H—Hex Nut
Nominal Tube OD or Hose ID O-Ring Face Seal Hose or Tube Swivel Nut Bulkhead Nut
Metric Tube OD Inch Tube OD or Hose ID Thread Size Hex Size Torque Hex Size Torque
mm Dash Size mm (in.) in. in. Nm (lb-ft) in. Nm (lb-ft)
5 -3 4.78 (0.188) — — — — —
6 -4 6.35 (0.250) 9/16-18 11/16 24 (18) 13/16 32 (24)
8 -5 7.92 (0.312) — — — — —
10 -6 9.53 (0.375) 11/16-16 13/16 37 (27) 1 42 (31)
12 -8 12.70 (0.500) 13/16-16 15/16 75 (55) 1-1/8 93 (69)
16 -10 15.88 (0.625) 1-14 1-1/8 103 (76) 1-5/16 118 (87)
20 -12 19.05 (0.750) 1-3/16-12 1-3/8 152 (112) 1-1/2 175 (129)
22 -14 22.23 (0.875) 1-3/16-12 — 152 (112) — 175 (129)
25 -16 25.40 (1.000) 1-7/16-12 1-5/8 214 (158) 1-3/4 247 (182)
32 -20 31.75 (1.250) 1-11/16-12 1-7/8 286 (211) 2 328 (242)
38 -24 38.10 (1.500) 2-12 2-1/4 326 (240) 2-3/8 374 (276)
O-RING STRAIGHT, ADJUSTABLE, AND EXTERNAL HEX PLUG WITH SAE INCH STUD END FOR HIGH PRESSURE, ABOVE 27
600 kPa (276 bar) (4000 psi), TORQUE VALUES—Tolerance is +15 -20% unless otherwise specified
Thread Size Straight Hex Sizea Adjustable Nut Hex Size Steel or Gray Iron Torque
in. in. in. Nm (lb-ft)
3/8-24 5/8 9/16 18 (13)
7/16-20 5/8 5/8 24 (18)
1/2-20 3/4 11/16 30 (22)
9/16-18 3/4 3/4 37 (27)
3/4-16 7/8 15/16 75 (55)
7/8-14 1-1/16 1-1/16 103 (76)
1-1/16-12 1-1/4 1-3/8 177 (131)
1-3/16-12 1-3/8 1-1/2 231 (170)
1-5/16-12 1-1/2 1-5/8 270 (199)
1-5/8-12 1-3/4 1-7/8 286 (211)
1-7/8-12 2-1/8 2-1/8 326 (240)
a
Straight hex size applies to fittings only and may not be the same as the corresponding plug of the same thread size.

1. Inspect fitting and connector sealing surfaces and the and burrs. O-ring must be free of dirt, cuts, cracks,
O-rings. They must be free of dirt, scratches, nicks, swelling or flatten condition.

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2. Back the stud end hex nut off as far as possible. Push 4. Turn fitting into the boss by hand until face of nut or
backup washer towards the nut to fully expose the turn washer squeezes the O-ring into the seat and contacts
down section. Washer must fit turned down section face of boss. Loosen adjustable fittings no more than
and not be too loose one turn for alignment.
3. Lubricate O-rings using a thin film of clean hydraulic oil Hold connections together while tightening nut to
or as needed, petroleum jelly to hold O-ring in place. ensure O-ring remains in place.
Install O-ring into groove making sure it is seated at 5. Tighten fitting or nut to torque value shown. Use a
the bottom. Excess petroleum jelly will prevent seating second wrench to hold the fitting in position or to keep
of O-ring and cause it to pop out. hose from twisting while tightening nut.
To protect an O-ring from threads, wrap electrical tape
over the threads. Slide O-ring over the tape into the
turned down section. Remove the tape.
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O-Ring Face Seal Fittings With Metric Hex


Nut And Stud End For Standard Pressure
Service Recommendations
O-RING FACE SEAL AND FITTINGS WITH METRIC HEX NUT AND STUD END FOR STANDARD PRESSURE, BELOW 27 600
kPa (275.8 bar) (4,000 psi), TORQUE VALUES—Tolerance is +15 -20% unless otherwise specified

1 2 3 4
10

T196337 —UN—18NOV03
7 9
11 8 11
6 6 5
10 11
10
8 8
T196337
1— 90° Swivel Elbow 4— Bulkhead Union and Nut 6— Tube Nut 11— Identification Groove
2— 90° Adjustable Stud Elbow 5— External Hex Stud End Plug 7— Swivel Nut
3— Stud Straight 8— Stud End
9— Hex Nut
10— O-Ring
Nominal Tube OD or Hose ID O-Ring Face Seal Hose or Tube Swivel Nut Bulkhead Nut
Metric Tube Inch Tube OD or Hose ID Thread Size Hex Size Torque Hex Size Torque
OD
mm Dash Size mm (in.) in. mm Nm (lb-ft) mm Nm (lb-ft)
4 -2 3.18 (0.125) — — — — —
5 -3 4.78 (0.188) — — — — —
6 -4 6.35 (0.250) 9/16-18 17 16 (12) 22 32 (24)
8 -5 7.92 (0.312) — — — — —
10 -6 9.53 (0.375) 11/16-16 22 24 (18) 27 42 (31)
12 -8 12.70 (0.500) 13/16-16 24 50 (37) 30 93 (69)
16 -10 15.88 (0.625 1-14 30 69 (51) 36 118 (87)
20 -12 19.05 (0.750) 1-3/16-12 36 102 (75) 41 175 (129)
22 -14 22.23 (0.875) 1-3/16-12 36 102 (75) 41 175 (129)
25 -16 25.40 (1.000) 1-7/16-12 41 142 (105) 46 247 (182)
28 — — — — — — —
32 -20 31.75 (1.250) 1-11/16-12 50 190 (140) 50 328 (242)
38 -24 38.10 (1.500) 2-12 60 217 (160) 60 374 (276)
50 -32 50.80 (2.000) — — — — —
O-RING STRAIGHT, ADJUSTABLE, AND EXTERNAL HEX PLUG WITH METRIC STUD END FOR STANDARD PRESSURE, BELOW
27 600 kPa (275.8 bar) (4,000 psi), TORQUE VALUES—Tolerance is +15 -20% unless otherwise specified
Thread Sizea Straight Hex Sizeb Adjustable Nut Hex Size Steel or Gray Iron Torque Aluminum or Brass Torque
mm. mm mm Nm (lb-ft) Nm (lb-ft)
M8 x 1 12 12 8 (6) 5 (4)
M10 x 1 14 14 15 (11) 10 (7)
M12 x 1.5 17 17 25 (18) 17 (12)
M14 x 1.5 19 19 40 (30) 27 (20)
M16 x 1.5 22 22 45 (33) 30 (22)
M18 x 1.5 24 24 50 (37) 33 (25)
M22 x 1.5 27 27 69 (51) 46 (34)
M27 x 2 32 32 100 (74) 67 (49)
M30 x 2 36 36 130 (96) 87 (64)
M33 x 2 41 41 160 (118) 107 (79)
M38 x 2 46 46 176 (130) 117 (87)
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O-RING STRAIGHT, ADJUSTABLE, AND EXTERNAL HEX PLUG WITH METRIC STUD END FOR STANDARD PRESSURE, BELOW
27 600 kPa (275.8 bar) (4,000 psi), TORQUE VALUES—Tolerance is +15 -20% unless otherwise specified
Thread Sizea Straight Hex Sizeb Adjustable Nut Hex Size Steel or Gray Iron Torque Aluminum or Brass Torque
mm. mm mm Nm (lb-ft) Nm (lb-ft)
M42 x 2 50 50 210 (155) 140 (103)
M48 x 2 55 55 260 (192) 173 (128)
M60 x 2 65 65 315 (232) 210 (155)
a
Stud end threads are identified as metric by an identification groove in the hex nut next to the O-ring.
b
Straight hex size applies to fittings only and may not be the same as the corresponding plug of the same thread size.

1. Inspect fitting and connector sealing surfaces and the To protect an O-ring from threads, wrap electrical tape
O-rings. They must be free of dirt, scratches, nicks, over the threads. Slide O-ring over the tape into the
and burrs. O-ring must be free of dirt, cuts, cracks, turned down section. Remove the tape.
swelling or flatten condition.
4. Turn fitting into the boss by hand until face of nut or
2. Back the stud end hex nut off as far as possible. Push washer squeezes the O-ring into the seat and contacts
backup washer towards the nut to fully expose the turn face of boss. Loosen adjustable fittings no more than
down section. Washer must fit turned down section one turn for alignment.
and not be too loose
Hold connections together while tightening nut to
3. Lubricate O-rings using a thin film of clean hydraulic oil ensure O-ring remains in place.
or as needed, petroleum jelly to hold O-ring in place.
5. Tighten fitting or nut to torque value shown. Use a
Install O-ring into groove making sure it is seated at second wrench to hold the fitting in position or to keep
the bottom. Excess petroleum jelly will prevent seating hose from twisting while tightening nut.
of O-ring and cause it to pop out.
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O-Ring Face Seal Fittings With Metric Hex


Nut And Stud End For High Pressure Service
Recommendations
O-RING FACE SEAL FITTINGS WITH METRIC HEX NUT AND STUD END FOR HIGH PRESSURE, ABOVE 27 600 kPa (275.8
bar) (4,000 psi), TORQUE VALUES—Tolerance is +15 -20% unless otherwise specified

1 2 3 4
10

T196337 —UN—18NOV03
7 9
11 8 11
6 6 5
10 11
10
8 8
T196337
1— 90° Swivel Elbow 4— Bulkhead Union and Nut 6— Tube Nut 11— Identification Groove
2— 90° Adjustable Stud Elbow 5— External Hex Stud End Plug 7— Swivel Nut
3— Stud Straight 8— Stud End
9— Hex Nut
10— O-Ring
Nominal Tube OD or Hose ID O-Ring Face Seal Hose or Tube Swivel Nut Bulkhead Nut
Metric Tube OD Inch Tube OD or Hose ID Thread Size Hex Size Torque Hex Size Torque
mm Dash Size mm (in.) in. mm Nm (lb-ft) mm Nm (lb-ft)
4 -2 3.18 (0.125) — — — — —
5 -3 4.78 (0.188) — — — — —
6 -4 6.35 (0.250) 9/16-18 17 24 (18) 22 32 (24)
8 -5 7.92 (0.312) — — — — —
10 -6 9.53 (0.375) 11/16-16 22 37 (27) 27 42 (31)
12 -8 12.70 (0.500) 13/16-16 24 75 (55) 30 93 (69)
16 -10 15.88 (0.625) 1-14 30 103 (76) 36 118 (87)
20 -12 19.05 (0.750) 1-3/16-12 36 152 (112) 41 175 (129)
22 -14 22.23 (0.875) 1-3/16-12 36 152 (112) 41 175 (129)
25 -16 25.40 (1.000) 1-7/16-12 41 214 (158) 46 247 (182)
28 — — — — — — —
32 -20 31.75 (1.250) 1-11/16-12 — 286 (211) 50 328 (242)
38 -24 38.10 (1.500) 2-12 — 326 (240) 60 374 (276)
O-RING STRAIGHT, ADJUSTABLE, AND EXTERNAL HEX PLUG WITH METRIC STUD END FOR HIGH PRESSURE, ABOVE 27 600
KPA (275.8 BAR) (4,000 PSI), TORQUE VALUES—Tolerance is +15 -20% unless otherwise specified
Thread Sizea Straight Hex Sizeb Adjustable Nut Hex Size Steel or Gray Iron Torque
mm. mm mm Nm (lb-ft)
M8 x 1 12 12 8 (6)
M10 x 1 14 14 15 (11)
M12 x 1.5 17 17 35 (26)
M14 x 1.5 19 19 45 (33)
M16 x 1.5 22 22 55 (41)
M18 x 1.5 24 24 70 (52)
M22 x 1.5 27 27 100 (74)
M27 x 2 32 32 170 (125)
M30 x 2 36 36 215 159)
M33 x 2 41 41 260 (192)
M38 x 2 46 46 320 (236)
M42 x 2 50 50 360 (266)

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O-RING STRAIGHT, ADJUSTABLE, AND EXTERNAL HEX PLUG WITH METRIC STUD END FOR HIGH PRESSURE, ABOVE 27 600
KPA (275.8 BAR) (4,000 PSI), TORQUE VALUES—Tolerance is +15 -20% unless otherwise specified
Thread Sizea Straight Hex Sizeb Adjustable Nut Hex Size Steel or Gray Iron Torque
mm. mm mm Nm (lb-ft)
M48 x 2 55 55 420 (310)
a
Stud end threads are identified as metric by an identification groove in the hex nut next to the O-ring.
b
Straight hex size applies to fittings only and may not be the same as the corresponding plug of the same thread size.

1. Inspect fitting and connector sealing surfaces and the To protect an O-ring from threads, wrap electrical tape
O-rings. They must be free of dirt, scratches, nicks, over the threads. Slide O-ring over the tape into the
and burrs. O-ring must be free of dirt, cuts, cracks, turned down section. Remove the tape.
swelling or flatten condition.
4. Turn fitting into the boss by hand until face of nut or
2. Back the stud end hex nut off as far as possible. Push washer squeezes the O-ring into the seat and contacts
backup washer towards the nut to fully expose the turn face of boss. Loosen adjustable fittings no more than
down section. Washer must fit turned down section one turn for alignment.
and not be too loose
Hold connections together while tightening nut to
3. Lubricate O-rings using a thin film of clean hydraulic oil ensure O-ring remains in place.
or as needed, petroleum jelly to hold O-ring in place.
5. Tighten fitting or nut to torque value shown. Use a
Install O-ring into groove making sure it is seated at second wrench to hold the fitting in position or to keep
the bottom. Excess petroleum jelly will prevent seating hose from twisting while tightening nut.
of O-ring and cause it to pop out.
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Service Recommendations for Metric Series Four Bolt Flange Fitting

T6890BB —UN—01MAR90
A—Sealing Surface C—Pinched O-Ring
B—Split Flange D—Single Piece Flange

1. Clean sealing surfaces (A). Inspect. Scratches cause


DO NOT use air wrenches. DO NOT tighten one cap
leaks. Roughness causes seal wear. Out-of-flat
screw fully before tightening the others. DO NOT over
causes seal extrusion. If defects cannot be polished
tighten.
out, replace component.
TORQUE CHARTa
2. Install the correct O-ring (and backup washer if Thread b
N·m lb-ft
required) into groove using petroleum jelly to hold it
M6 12 9
in place.
M8 30 22
3. Split flange: Loosely assemble split flange (B) halves. M10 57 42
Make sure split is centrally located and perpendicular M12 95 70
to the port. Hand tighten cap screws to hold parts in
M14 157 116
place. Do not pinch O-ring (C).
M16 217 160
4. Single piece flange (D): Place hydraulic line in center M18 334 246
of flange and install four cap screws. Flange must be M20 421 318
centrally located on port. Hand tighten cap screws to a
Tolerance ± 10%. The torques given are enough for the given size
hold flange in place. Do not pinch O-ring. connection with the recommended working pressure. Increasing
cap screw torque beyond these amounts will result in flange and
5. After components are properly positioned and cap cap screw bending and connection failures.
screws are hand tightened, tighten one cap screw, b
Metric standard thread.
then tighten the diagonally opposite cap screw.
Tighten two remaining cap screws. Tighten all cap
screws as specified in the chart below.
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Section 01
Wheels or Tracks
Contents

Page

Group 0110—Powered Wheels and Fastenings


Wheel Remove and Install......................... 01-0110-1
Tire Remove and Install............................. 01-0110-3

Group 0130—Track System


Measure Rubber Track Height .................. 01-0130-1
Track Remove and Install.......................... 01-0130-1
Track Roller Remove and Install ............... 01-0130-3
Track Roller Disassemble and
Assemble............................................... 01-0130-4
Test Track Roller for Leakage.................... 01-0130-6
Inspect Metal Face Seals .......................... 01-0130-7
Drive Sprocket Remove and
Install ..................................................... 01-0130-8
Front or Rear Idler Remove and
Install ..................................................... 01-0130-9
Front or Rear Idler Disassemble
and Assemble...................................... 01-0130-10
Test Front or Rear Idler for
Leakage............................................... 01-0130-11
Front Idler Yoke Assembly Remove
and Install (S.N. —192141) ................. 01-0130-12
Front Idler Yoke Assembly Remove
and Install (S.N. 192142— ) ................ 01-0130-13
Track Adjuster and Recoil Spring
Assembly Remove and Install ............. 01-0130-15
Track Adjuster Recoil Spring
Remove and Install.............................. 01-0130-16
Track Adjuster Cylinder
Disassemble and Assemble ................ 01-0130-19

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Group 0110
Powered Wheels and Fastenings
Wheel Remove and Install
SPECIFICATIONS
Nut Torque 237 N·m
175 lb.-ft.

332D Wheel Remove and Install


1. Park machine on flat level surface.
2. Raise and block machine. See Raising and Blocking
Machine. (Operator’s Manual.)
IMPORTANT: Avoid damage to wheel or wheel studs.
Size 17.5 x 10.5 wheels have countersunk
holes or non-countersunk holes. Wheels with

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countersunk holes use a spacer and wheels
with non-countersunk holes use a washer.

3. Remove nuts (1), washers (3) or spacers (5), and


wheel (2).
4. Clean mounting surface on wheel and axle flange.
5. Install wheel. Wheel

6. For wheels with non-countersunk holes, install


washers. Install nuts with flat side against washer.
For wheels with countersunk holes, install spacers
with taper towards wheel. Install nuts with flat side

TX1130562A —UN—14FEB13
against spacer.
7. Torque nuts to specification.
Specification
Nut—Torque................................................................................237 N·m
175 lb.-ft.

1— Nut (8 used) 4— Wheel Stud Wheel Hardware for Non-Countersunk Holes


2— Wheel 5— Spacer (8 used)
3— Washer (8 used)

TX1130561A —UN—14FEB13

Wheel Hardware for Countersunk Holes

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Powered Wheels and Fastenings

326D and 328D Wheel Remove and Install


1. Park machine on flat level surface.
2. Raise and block machine. See Raising and Blocking
Machine. (Operator’s Manual.)
3. Remove nuts (1) and wheel (2).
4. Clean mounting surface on wheel and axle flange.
IMPORTANT: Avoid damage to wheel or wheel studs.
Size 17.5 x 10.5 wheels have countersunk holes
or non-countersunk holes. Install nut with
tapered side against wheels with countersunk
holes. Install nut with flat side against wheels

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with non-countersunk holes.

5. Install wheel.
6. For wheels with non-countersunk holes, install nuts
with flat side towards wheel.
For wheels with countersunk holes, install nuts with
taper towards wheel. Wheel

7. Torque nuts to specification.


Specification
Nut—Torque................................................................................237 N·m
175 lb.-ft.

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1— Nut (8 used) 4— Wheel Stud
2— Wheel

Wheel Hardware for Non-Countersunk Holes

TX1128452A —UN—14FEB13

Wheel Hardware for Countersunk Holes

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Powered Wheels and Fastenings

Tire Remove and Install


CAUTION: Tire repair should only be performed
by a qualified tire repair service. Do not attempt
to mount or demount a tire unless you have the
proper equipment and experience to perform the
job safely. Failure to follow proper procedures

TS952 —UN—12APR90
when mounting or demounting a tire from a wheel
or rim can result in explosive separation of a tire
and rim parts, causing serious injury or death.

Always maintain the correct tire pressure. Do not inflate


the tires above the recommended pressure. Never weld or
heat a wheel and tire assembly, as heating can increase Explosive Single Piece Rim and Tire
air pressure and result in tire explosion. Welding can also
structurally weaken or deform the wheel.
For initial inflation, always use a clip-on chuck and
extension hose long enough to allow you to stand to one
side and NOT in front of, or over, the tire assembly. Inflate
in a safety cage if available. Use safety chains, cables, or
equivalent restraining devices during inflation.

CAUTION: Stand clear when using a cable or


chain sling. These devices can snap and lash
out, causing serious injury or death.

Check tire and wheel assemblies for low pressure, cuts,


bubbles, damaged rim components, or missing lug bolts
and nuts.
Check that the tire size exactly matches the rim size.
Improperly-sized tires may not perform as intended.
Wheels may contain multi-piece rim components. Inspect
all rim components and replace those that are cracked,
worn, damaged, or severely rusted. Use only rim

TS211 —UN—23AUG88
components designed to work with one another. Do not
combine rim components from different rim types or rim
manufacturers. Incorrectly assembled or mismatched rim
components can fly apart with explosive force.

Explosive Multi-Piece Rim and Tire

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Group 0130
Track System
Measure Rubber Track Height
1. Measure lug height (1) at location shown.
2. Replace rubber track (3) if measurement is less than
specification.

T213966 —UN—09SEP05
Specification
Rubber Track
Lug—Height (minimum).................................................................. 5 mm
0.2 in.

1— Lug Height 3— Rubber Track


2— Lug 4— Track Roller
Track Lug Measurement

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Track Remove and Install


1. Park machine on a flat level surface.
2. Raise and block machine.
3. Remove track adjuster cover plate on track frame.

CAUTION: Prevent personal injury from high


pressure grease in track adjuster cylinder.

T211663A —UN—25FEB10
DO NOT loosen track adjuster valve (2)
quickly or too much. Never loosen grease
fitting (1) to release grease.

4. Loosen track adjuster valve 1—2 turns to discharge


grease from track adjuster cylinder. Allow track to sag
completely.
Track Adjuster Valve
1— Grease Fitting 2— Track Adjuster Valve

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5. Lay three steel pipes (6), evenly spaced on track (4)


below track frame (5).

CAUTION: Prevent personal injury. Adjust engine


speed to slowest speed. Stand clear of steel
pipes while moving drive sprocket.

6. Rotate drive sprocket in reverse direction until track is


raised off of front idler (3) by steel pipes.

T212134A —UN—14JUN05
CAUTION: Prevent crushing injury from heavy
component. Use appropriate lifting device.

7. Pry and slide track away from front idler and track
frame to remove from machine.
Specification Track Removal
Individual Track—Weight
(approximate)................................................................................ 173 kg
380 lb. 3— Front Idler 5— Track Frame
4— Track 6— Steel Pipe (3 used)
8. Clean and inspect track components.
a. Inspect lugs and area between lugs for cracks that
exceed 3 mm (0.1 in.) in depth, reach steel core or IMPORTANT: Prevent track and machine damage.
exceed 30 mm (1.2 in.) in length. Ensure track is securely engaged on drive
sprocket, rear idler and front idler when finished.
b. Inspect for any signs of exposed steel core.
12. Rotate drive sprocket in reverse direction to guide
c. Inspect roller side of track for cracks that reach steel track completely onto front idler.
core. Inspect for separation of steel core anywhere
on track. 13. Pry and slide track so that center guide lugs on track
fit properly into front idler.
9. Repair or replace parts as necessary.
14. Adjust track tension. See Check and Adjust Track
10. Install track on drive sprocket teeth and rear idler. Slip Tension. (Group 9020-25.)
other end over front idler.
15. Install track adjuster cover plate to track frame.
11. Lay three steel pipes, evenly spaced on track below
track frame. 16. Raise machine and remove blocks.

CAUTION: Prevent personal injury. Adjust engine


speed to slowest speed. Stand clear of steel
pipes while moving drive sprocket.
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Track System

Track Roller Remove and Install


1. Park machine on a flat level surface.
2. Raise and block machine.

TX1069982A —UN—19JAN10
3. Remove track. See Track Remove and Install. (Group
0130.)

CAUTION: Avoid crushing injury from heavy


component. Use appropriate lifting device.

4. Support track roller, to prevent track roller from


dropping once cap screws are removed. Track Roller
Specification
Track Roller (S.N.
1— Track Roller 2— Cap Screw (2 used)
—192141)—Weight
(approximate)............................................................................... 26.3 kg
58 lb.
Track Roller (S.N. 8. Install track roller to track frame. Tighten cap screws
192142— )—Weight to specification.
(approximate).................................................................................. 29 kg
Specification
64 lb.
Track Roller-to-Track
5. Remove cap screws (2) and track roller (1) from track Frame Cap
frame. Screw—Torque............................................................................644 N·m
475 lb.-ft.
NOTE: Track rollers for machines (S.N. 192142— )
are serviced as complete units only. 9. Install track. See Track Remove and Install. (Group
0130.)
6. Clean and inspect parts. Repair or replace parts as 10. Raise machine and remove blocking.
necessary.
7. Apply PM37477 Thread Lock and Sealer (medium
strength) to threads of cap screws.
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Track System

Track Roller Disassemble and Assemble


This procedure is for track rollers on machines (S.N.
—192141). Track rollers for machines (S.N. 192142— )
are serviced as complete units only.

8
1
9
5 4
7

7
2
6
5

T210900 —UN—11AUG05
4
3
1

T210900
Track Roller
1— Snap Ring (2 used) 4— Metal Face Seal (2 used) 6— Axle Shaft 9— Collar (without plug hole)
2— Plug 5— O-Ring (2 used) 7— Bushing (2 used)
3— Collar (with plug hole) 8— Track Roller

CAUTION: Avoid crushing injury from heavy NOTE: Metal face seals can be reused if they are not worn
component. Use appropriate lifting device. or damaged. Used seals must be kept together as
a set because of wear patterns on seal ring face.
1. Remove track roller (8) from track frame. See Track
Roller Remove and Install. (Group 0130.) 7. Remove metal face seals (4) from track roller. Keep
seal rings together as a matched set with seal ring
Specification
faces together to protect surfaces.
Track Roller (S.N.
—192141)—Weight 8. Inspect metal face seals. See Inspect Metal Face
(approximate)............................................................................... 26.3 kg Seals. (Group 0130.)
58 lb.
9. Remove O-rings (5) from axle shaft.
2. Remove plug (2) and drain oil from track roller.
10. Install new O-rings on axle shaft.
3. Remove snap rings (1) from both ends of axle shaft (6).
11. Install snap ring on one end of axle shaft.
4. Press axle shaft from track roller (8).
12. Tap axle shaft into collar (9).
5. Press remaining collar (9) from axle shaft.
IMPORTANT: Prevent O-rings from slipping. Metal
NOTE: If bushings (7) are worn or damaged complete face seal O-rings and seat surfaces for O-rings
roller must be replaced. MUST be clean, dry and oil free so O-rings do
not slip when track roller is turning.
6. Inspect track roller bushings (7) and axle shaft.
Replace track roller if bushings or axle shaft are worn
or damaged.
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13. Thoroughly clean O-ring and seat surfaces using points on seal face. Seal must “pop” down into
volatile, non-petroleum based solvent and lint-free place so O-ring is tight against seal bore. A volatile,
tissues. non-petroleum based solvent or talcum powder may
be used as a lubricant.
14. Wipe finger prints and foreign material off seal ring
face with clean oil and lint-free tissues. 17. Tap axle shaft into roller.
15. Apply a thin film of oil to metal face seal. 18. Install collar (3) on axle shaft.
16. Install metal face seals in collars and track roller. Apply
equal pressure with fingers at four equally spaced
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19. Support axle shaft (6) and press on collar (3) to install
snap ring. Install snap ring to axle shaft.
20. Using graduated beaker or syringe, fill track roller with
SAE 80W-90 gear oil meeting API Service GL-5.
Specification

T213179A —UN—04AUG05
Track Roller Gear
Oil—Capacity (S.N.
—192141)..................................................................................... 225 mL
7.6 oz.

21. Clean threads of plug and apply cure primer.


22. Apply PM37397 Thread Sealant (high temperature)
to plug threads. Snap Ring Installation

23. Install plug to collar. Tighten plug to specification. 3— Collar (with plug hole) 6— Axle Shaft
Specification
Plug—Torque..............................................................................28.5 N·m
21 lb.-ft. Specification
Track Roller (S.N.
CAUTION: Avoid crushing injury from heavy —192141)—Weight
component. Use appropriate lifting device. (approximate)............................................................................... 26.3 kg
58 lb.
24. Install track roller to track frame. See Track Roller
Remove and Install. (Group 0130.)
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Test Track Roller for Leakage


This procedure is for track rollers on machines (S.N.
—192141). Track rollers for machines (S.N. 192142— )
are serviced as complete units only.

T213172A —UN—04AUG05
CAUTION: Avoid possible crushing injury from
heavy component. Use appropriate lifting device.
Specification
Track Roller—Weight
(approximate)............................................................................... 26.3 kg
58 lb.
Track Roller Leakage Test Components
1. Hold axle assembly and rotate track roller several
turns to seat metal face seals.
1— Air Pressure Regulator 3— Pressure Gauge
2. Remove plug from track roller. 2— Snubber (needle) Valve 4— Hose with Adapter Fittings
(used to connect test
3. Assemble parts (1—4) and install to track roller. components to track roller)

4. Slowly pressurize oil cavity with air.


Specification
7. Clean threads of plug and apply PM37509 Cure Primer.
Oil Cavity Air
Test—Pressure............................................................................ 160 kPa 8. Apply PM37397 Thread Sealant (high temperature)
1.6 bar to plug threads.
23 psi
9. Install plug to track roller. Tighten plug to specification.
5. Close valve and wait for a minimum of 30 seconds.
Specification
Check for oil leakage. Check gauge to see if air
Plug—Torque..............................................................................23.5 N·m
pressure has decreased.
208 lb.-in.
6. If there is leakage, disassemble track roller and
replace parts as necessary. See Track Roller
Disassemble and Assemble. (Group 0130.)
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Inspect Metal Face Seals


1. Inspect to see if seal ring (A) meets following
conditions:
• Narrow, highly polished sealing area (E) must be in
outer half of seal ring face (D).
• Sealing area must be uniform and concentric with ID
and OD of seal ring (A).
• Sealing area must not be chipped, nicked, or
scratched.

A—Seal Ring D—Outer Half of Seal Ring Face


B—Worn Area (shaded area) E—Sealing Area (dark line)
C—Seal Ring Face

T85079 —UN—24AUG93
Seal Ring

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2. Illustration shows examples of worn seal rings (A).


I—Sealing area (D) is in inner half of seal ring face (C).
II—Sealing area (D) is not concentric with ID and OD
of seal ring.

T85080 —UN—05DEC96
3. Clean reusable seals by removing all foreign material
from seal rings, except seal face, using a scraper or
a stiff bristled fiber brush.
4. Wash seal rings and O-rings using a volatile,
non-petroleum base solvent to remove all oil.
Thoroughly dry parts using a lint-free tissue.
Worn Seal Rings
5. Apply a thin film of oil to seal ring face. Put face of
seal rings together and hold with tape.
A—Seal Ring C—Inner Half of Seal Ring Face
B—Worn Area (shaded area) D—Sealing Area (dark line)

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Drive Sprocket Remove and Install


1. Park machine on a flat level surface.
2. Raise and block machine.
3. Remove track. See Track Remove and Install. (Group
0130.)
4. Remove cap screws (1).

CAUTION: Avoid possible crushing injury from


heavy component. Use appropriate lifting device.

T212201 —UN—23JUN05
5. Attach appropriate lifting device and remove drive
sprocket (2).
1 2
Specification
319D and 323D
Drive Sprocket (S.N.
—192141)—Weight Drive Sprocket (S.N. —192141)
(approximate).................................................................................. 18 kg
40 lb.
329D and 333D
Drive Sprocket (S.N.
—192141)—Weight 2
(approximate).................................................................................. 23 kg
51 lb.
319D, 323D, 329D
and 333D Drive
Sprocket (S.N.
192142— )—Weight

TX1081270 —UN—25AUG10
(approximate).................................................................................. 22 kg
48 lb.

6. Clean and inspect parts. Repair or replace parts as


necessary. 1
7. Install drive sprocket with existing cap screws. Tighten
cap screws to specification.
Drive Sprocket (S.N. 192142— )
Specification
Drive Sprocket Cap
Screw—Torque............................................................................300 N·m 1— Socket Head Cap Screw (10 2— Drive Sprocket
220 lb.-ft. used)

8. Install track. See Track Remove and Install. (Group


0130.)
10. Raise machine and remove blocking.
9. Adjust track tension. See Check and Adjust Track
Tension. (Group 9020-25.)
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Front or Rear Idler Remove and Install


1. Park machine on a flat level surface.
2. Raise and block machine.
3. Remove track. See Track Remove and Install. (Group
0130.)

T212588A —UN—01JUL05
CAUTION: Prevent possible crushing injury from
heavy component. Use appropriate lifting device.
Support idler before removing cap screws. Idler
will drop once cap screws have been removed.

4. Support idler (1) with appropriate lifting device.


Front Idler (S.N. —192141)
Specification
Idler (S.N.
—192141)—Weight
(approximate)............................................................................... 33.5 kg
74 lb.
Idler (S.N.

TX1081283A —UN—25AUG10
192142— )—Weight
(approximate).................................................................................. 32 kg
70 lb.

5. Remove cap screws (2) from idler and track frame (3).
6. Remove idler from track frame.
NOTE: Idlers for machines (S.N. 192142— ) are
serviced as complete units only. Front Idler (S.N. 192142— )

7. Clean and inspect parts. Repair or replace parts as


necessary.
8. Apply PM37477 Thread Lock and Sealer (medium
strength) to cap screws.
9. Install idler to track frame with existing cap screws.

T212249A —UN—15JUN05
Tighten cap screws to specification.
Specification
Idler Cap
Screw—Torque............................................................................644 N·m
475 lb.-ft.

10. Install track. See Track Remove and Install. (Group


0130.) Rear Idler
11. Adjust track tension. See Check and Adjust Track
Tension. (Group 9020-25.) 1— Idler 3— Track Frame
2— Cap Screw (2 used)
12. Raise machine and remove blocking.
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Front or Rear Idler Disassemble and Assemble


This procedure is for idlers on machines (S.N. —192141).
Idlers for machines (S.N. 192142— ) are serviced as
complete units only.

8
1
9
5 4
7

7
2
6
5

T210902 —UN—11AUG05
4
3
1

T210902
Idler
1— Snap Ring (2 used) 4— Metal Face Seal (2 used) 6— Axle Shaft
2— Plug 5— O-Ring (2 used) 7— Bushing (2 used)
3— Collar (with plug hole) 8— Idler
9— Collar (without plug hole)

CAUTION: Prevent possible crushing injury from NOTE: Metal face seals can be reused if they are not worn
heavy component. Use appropriate lifting device. or damaged. Used seals must be kept together as
a set because of wear patterns on seal ring face.
1. Remove idler (8) from track frame. See Front or Rear
Idler Remove and Install. (Group 0130.) 7. Remove metal face seals (4) from idler. Keep seal
rings together as a matched set with seal ring faces
Specification
together to protect surfaces.
Idler (S.N.
—192141)—Weight 8. Inspect metal face seals. See Inspect Metal Face
(approximate)............................................................................... 33.5 kg Seals. (Group 0130.)
74 lb.
9. Remove O-rings (5) from axle shaft.
2. Remove plug (2) and drain oil from idler.
10. Install new O-rings on axle shaft.
3. Remove snap rings (1) from both ends of axle shaft (6).
11. Install snap ring on one end of axle shaft.
4. Press axle shaft from idler.
12. Tap axle shaft into collar (9).
5. Press remaining collar (9) from axle shaft.
IMPORTANT: Prevent O-rings from slipping. Metal
NOTE: If bushings (7) are worn or damaged complete face seal O-rings and seat surfaces for O-rings
idler must be replaced. MUST be clean, dry and oil free so O-rings
do not slip when idler is turning.
6. Inspect idler bushings (7) and axle shaft. Replace track
roller if bushings or axle shaft are worn or damaged.
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13. Thoroughly clean O-ring and seat surfaces using


volatile, non-petroleum based solvent and lint free 20. Clean threads of plug and apply PM37509 Cure Primer.
tissues. 21. Apply PM37397 Thread Sealant (high temperature)
14. Wipe finger prints and foreign material off seal ring to plug threads.
face with clean oil and lint-free tissues. 22. Install plug to collar. Tighten plug to specification.
15. Apply a thin film of oil to metal face seal. Specification
Plug—Torque.................................................................................24 N·m
16. Install metal face seals in collars and idler. Apply equal 18 lb.-ft.
pressure with fingers at four equally spaced points on
seal face. Seal must “pop” down into place so O-ring is
tight against seal bore. A volatile non-petroleum based CAUTION: Prevent possible crushing injury from
solvent or talcum powder may be used as a lubricant. heavy component. Use appropriate lifting device.

17. Tap axle shaft into idler. 23. Install idler to track frame. See Front or Rear Idler
Remove and Install. (Group 0130.)
18. Support axle shaft and press on collar (3) to install
snap ring. Install snap ring to axle shaft. Specification
Idler (S.N.
19. Fill idler with SAE 80W90 gear oil meeting API Service —192141)—Weight
GL5. (approximate)............................................................................... 33.5 kg
Specification 74 lb.
Idler Gear Oil—Capacity
(S.N. —192141)........................................................................... 225 mL
7.6 oz.
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Test Front or Rear Idler for Leakage


This procedure is for idlers on machines (S.N. —192141).
Idlers for machines (S.N. 192142— ) are serviced as
complete units only.

T213175A —UN—04AUG05
CAUTION: Prevent possible crushing injury from
heavy component. Use appropriate lifting device.
Specification
Idler—Weight
(approximate)............................................................................... 33.5 kg
74 lb.
Idler Oil Leakage Test Components
1. Hold axle assembly and rotate idler several turns to
seat metal face seals.
1— Air Pressure Regulator 3— Pressure Gauge
2. Remove plug from idler. 2— Snubber (needle) Valve 4— Hose with Adapter Fittings
(used to connect test
3. Assemble parts (1—4) and install to idler. components to idler)

4. Slowly pressurize oil cavity with air.


Specification
7. Clean threads of plug and apply PM37509 Cure Primer.
Oil Cavity Air
Test—Pressure............................................................................ 160 kPa 8. Apply PM37397 Thread Sealant (high temperature)
1.6 bar to plug threads.
23 psi
9. Install plug to idler. Tighten plug to specification.
5. Close valve and wait for a minimum of 30 seconds.
Specification
Check for oil leakage. Check gauge to see if air
Plug—Torque..............................................................................23.5 N·m
pressure has decreased.
208 lb.-in.
6. If there is leakage, disassemble idler and replace parts
as necessary. See Front or Rear Idler Disassemble
and Assemble. (Group 0130.)
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Front Idler Yoke Assembly Remove and


Install (S.N. —192141)

CAUTION: Prevent possible injury from heavy


component. Front idler yoke assembly may
be under spring force from track adjuster and
can be pushed out from track frame. Ensure
area in front of idler is clear.

T212247A —UN—15JUN05
1. Park machine on a flat level surface.
2. Raise and block machine.
3. Remove track. See Track Remove and Install. (Group
0130.)

CAUTION: Prevent possible crushing injury from Front Idler Yoke Assembly Remove and Install
heavy component. Use appropriate lifting device.
Specification 1— Front Idler Yoke Assembly 2— Track Frame
Front Idler Yoke
Assembly—Weight
(approximate).................................................................................. 86 kg
190 lb. 8. Install front idler yoke assembly into track frame.
9. Install track. See Track Remove and Install. (Group
4. Attach hoist to front idler yoke assembly (1). 0130.)
5. Slide front idler yoke assembly forward and remove 10. Adjust track tension. See Check and Adjust Track
from track frame (2). Tension. (Group 9020-25.)
6. Clean and inspect parts. Repair or replace parts as 11. Raise machine and remove blocking.
necessary. See Front or Rear Idler Disassemble and
Assemble. (Group 0130.)
7. Clean and apply grease to sliding surfaces inside
track frame.
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Front Idler Yoke Assembly Remove and


Install (S.N. 192142— )

CAUTION: Prevent possible injury from heavy


component. Front idler yoke assembly and front

TX1081283A —UN—25AUG10
roller frame assembly may be under spring force
from track adjuster and can be pushed out from
track frame. Ensure area in front of idler is clear.

NOTE: On machines (S.N. 192142— ), the front idler


yoke assembly consists of two parts: The front idler
yoke assembly and the front roller frame assembly.
Front Idler Yoke Assembly Remove and Install
The front idler yoke assembly fits inside the front
roller frame assembly, which slides within the track
frame and contacts the track adjuster piston rod. 1— Front Idler Yoke Assembly 3— Track Frame
2— Front Roller Frame
1. Park machine on a flat, level surface. Assembly

2. Raise and block machine.


3. Remove track. See Track Remove and Install. (Group Specification
0130.) Front Idler Yoke
Assembly—Weight
(approximate).................................................................................. 50 kg
CAUTION: Prevent possible crushing injury from
110 lb.
heavy component. Use appropriate lifting device.
5. Slide front idler yoke assembly forward and remove
4. Attach lifting strap to front idler yoke assembly (1). from track frame (3).
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6. Remove rubber isolator (4) from front roller frame


assembly.

2— Front Roller Frame 4— Rubber Isolator


Assembly

TX1081288A —UN—25AUG10
Rubber Isolator Removal

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CAUTION: Prevent possible crushing injury from


heavy component. Use appropriate lifting device.

7. Place blocking (5) under front roller frame assembly,


as shown.
Specification
Front Roller Frame
Assembly—Weight

TX1081335A —UN—25AUG10
(approximate).................................................................................. 52 kg
115 lb.

8. Slide front roller frame assembly out of track frame


enough to attach lifting strap to front roller frame
assembly.
9. Slide front roller frame assembly forward and remove
from track frame. Front Roller Frame Assembly Remove and Install

10. Clean and inspect parts. Repair or replace parts as


necessary. 2— Front Roller Frame 5— Blocking
Assembly
11. Clean and apply grease to sliding surfaces inside track 3— Track Frame
frame and front roller frame assembly.
12. Install front roller frame assembly into track frame. 16. Adjust track tension. See Check and Adjust Track
13. Install rubber isolator into front roller frame assembly. Tension. (Group 9020-25.)

14. Install front idler yoke assembly into front roller frame 17. Raise machine and remove blocking.
assembly.
15. Install track. See Track Remove and Install. (Group
0130.)
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Track Adjuster and Recoil Spring Assembly


Remove and Install
1. Park machine on a flat level surface.
2. Raise and block machine. See Raising and Blocking

T212253A —UN—15JUN05
Machine. (Operator's Manual.)
3. Remove rubber track. See Track Remove and Install.
(Group 0130.)
4. Remove front idler yoke assembly. See Front Idler
Yoke Assembly Remove and Install (S.N. —192141)
or see Front Idler Yoke Assembly Remove and Install
(S.N. 192142— ). (Group 0130.) Track Adjuster and Recoil Spring Assembly

CAUTION: Prevent cylinder damage, spring or rod 1— Track Adjuster and Recoil 3— Track Adjuster Valve
may break if dropped while handling, transporting Spring Assembly 4— Access Hole
or disassembling. Nicks or weld craters in spring 2— Track Frame
and rod assembly can cause stress concentration
resulting in a weak spot. Weak spots may result
in immediate or eventual failure of spring or rod 7. Remove cap screws and cover from access hole (4)
creating a risk of personal injury. Put a heavy as needed.
protective covering around spring assembly
when handling, transporting or disassembling. 8. Slide track adjuster and recoil spring assembly into
track frame and push into place until track adjuster
A compression tool MUST be used for valve (3) is centered in access hole (4) in track frame.
disassembly and assembly because of
extreme preload on spring. 9. Install front idler yoke assembly. See Front Idler Yoke
Assembly Remove and Install (S.N. —192141) or see
Front Idler Yoke Assembly Remove and Install (S.N.
CAUTION: Prevent personal injury from heavy 192142— ). (Group 0130.)
component. Use appropriate lifting device.
10. Install rubber track. See Track Remove and Install.
Specification
(Group 0130.)
Track Adjuster and
Recoil Spring—Weight 11. Adjust track tension. See Check and Adjust Track
(approximate).................................................................................. 32 kg Tension. (Group 9020-25.)
70 lb.
12. Install access hole cover to track frame.
5. Remove track adjuster and recoil spring assembly (1) 13. Raise machine and remove blocking. See Raising and
from track frame (2). Blocking Machine. (Operator's Manual.)
6. Clean and inspect track adjuster and recoil spring
assembly. Repair or replace parts as necessary.
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Track Adjuster Recoil Spring Remove and


Install
1. Remove track adjuster and recoil spring assembly
from machine. See Track Adjuster and Recoil Spring
Assembly Remove and Install. (Group 0130.)

T213238A —UN—04AUG05
2. Mark position of spring pin hole on nut (2) and track
adjuster cylinder (5) to aid in assembly.
3. Remove spring pin (6) from nut on track adjuster and
recoil spring assembly.

1— Cylinder Shaft 4— Recoil Spring


2— Nut 5— Track Adjuster Cylinder Recoil Spring (left track adjuster cylinder shown)
3— Spring Retainer Plate 6— Spring Pin

RM58335,0000726 -19-26AUG10-1/4

CAUTION: Prevent cylinder damage, spring or rod


may break if dropped while handling, transporting
or disassembling. Nicks or weld craters in spring
and rod assembly can cause stress concentration
resulting in a weak spot. Weak spots may result
in immediate or eventual failure of spring or rod
creating a risk of personal injury. Put a heavy
protective covering around spring assembly
when handling, transporting or disassembling.
A compression tool MUST be used for
disassembly and assembly because of
extreme preload on spring.

NOTE: It is not necessary to remove recoil spring


to replace cylinder seals.

CAUTION: Prevent personal injury from heavy


component. Use appropriate lifting device.
Specification
ST4920 Track Recoil

T212514 —UN—04AUG05
Spring Tool—Weight
(approximate)................................................................................ 225 kg
496 lb.
Track Adjuster and
Recoil Spring—Weight
(approximate).................................................................................. 32 kg
70 lb.
Track Recoil Spring Tool

4. Place a 20 ton jack (8) on bottom of ST4920 Track


Recoil Spring Tool (7). See ST4920 Track Recoil 7— ST4920 Track Recoil Spring 9— Nut (4 used)
Spring Disassembly and Assembly Tool for instructions Tool 10— Top Plate
8— Jack
to make tool. (Group 9900.)
NOTE: It is not necessary to remove recoil spring to
replace seals on piston rod. See Track Adjuster 5. Remove nuts (9) and top plate (10) from ST4920
Cylinder Disassemble and Assemble. (Group 0130.) Track Recoil Spring Tool.
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6. Place track adjuster and recoil spring assembly into


ST4920 Track Recoil Spring Tool with cylinder end
on spacer (11).
7. Install DFT1087 Track Recoil Spring Disassembly
and Assembly Guard Tool (12) to ST4920 Track

T213239A —UN—04AUG05
Recoil Spring Tool. See DFT1087 Track Recoil Spring
Disassembly and Assembly Guard Tool for instructions
to make tool. (Group 9900.)

11— Spacer 12— DFT1087 Track Recoil


Spring Disassembly and
Assembly Guard Tool

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8. Install top plate (10) with smallest opening to allow


access to nut (2).
9. Hand tighten nuts (9) so top plate is tight against
spring retainer plate (3).
10. Raise upper half of DFT1087 Track Recoil Spring

T213238A —UN—04AUG05
Disassembly and Assembly Guard Tool (12) and
tighten T-handles.
11. Operate jack to compress recoil spring just enough so
nut (2) can be removed.
12. Lower jack ram to release spring force.
13. Remove nuts and top plate on ST4920 Track Recoil Recoil Spring (left track adjuster cylinder shown)
Spring Tool to remove track adjuster and recoil spring
assembly.
14. If disassembly of track adjuster cylinder is necessary,
see Track Adjuster Cylinder Disassemble and
Assemble. (Group 0130.)
15. Inspect and clean parts. Repair or replace parts as
necessary.
16. Place track adjuster cylinder in ST4920 Track Recoil
Spring Tool with cylinder end on spacer.
17. Install spring retainer plate on recoil spring.
18. Install DFT1087 Track Recoil Spring Disassembly and
Assembly Guard Tool to ST4920 Track Recoil Spring
Tool.
19. Install top plate and nuts to ST4920 Track Recoil
Spring Tool.
20. Hand tighten nuts so top plate is tight against spring
retainer plate.

T212515A —UN—04AUG05
21. Raise upper half of DFT1087 Track Recoil Spring
Disassembly and Assembly Guard Tool and tighten
T-handles.
22. Operate jack to compress spring.
23. Install nut to track adjuster cylinder shaft so holes for
spring pin are aligned in nut and cylinder shaft.
24. Install spring pin to nut on track adjuster cylinder shaft.
1— Cylinder Shaft 6— Spring Pin
25. Lower jack ram to relieve pressure. 2— Nut 9— Nut (4 used)
3— Spring Retainer Plate 10— Top Plate
26. Remove nuts and top plate from ST4920 Track Recoil 4— Recoil Spring 12— DFT1087 Track Recoil
Spring Tool. 5— Track Adjuster Cylinder Spring Disassembly and
Assembly Guard Tool
27. Remove track adjuster and recoil spring assembly
from ST4920 Track Recoil Spring Tool.
28. Install track adjuster and recoil spring assembly to
machine. See Track Adjuster and Recoil Spring
Assembly Remove and Install. (Group 0130.)
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Track System

Track Adjuster Cylinder Disassemble and


Assemble
CAUTION: Prevent cylinder damage, spring or rod
may break if dropped while handling, transporting
or disassembling. Nicks or weld craters in spring

T213214A —UN—04AUG05
and rod assembly can cause stress concentration
resulting in a weak spot. Weak spots may result
in immediate or eventual failure of spring or rod
creating a risk of personal injury. Put a heavy
protective covering around spring assembly
when handling, transporting or disassembling.
A compression tool MUST be used for Track Adjuster Cylinder
disassembly and assembly because of
extreme preload on spring. 1— Piston Rod 4— Inner Seal
2— Outer Seal 5— Cylinder
3— Seal Retaining Ring 6— Track Adjuster Valve
CAUTION: Prevent personal injury from heavy
component. Use appropriate lifting device.
Specification 2. Remove recoil spring (8), if necessary. See Track
Track Adjuster and Adjuster Recoil Spring Remove and Install. (Group
Recoil Spring—Weight 0130.)
(approximate).................................................................................. 32 kg
70 lb.
3. Tighten track adjuster valve (6).
4. Pump cylinder (5) with grease and remove piston rod
1. Remove track adjuster and recoil spring assembly (1) from cylinder.
from machine. See Track Adjuster and Recoil Spring
Assembly Remove and Install. (Group 0130.) 5. Clean out excess grease from cylinder to access seals
in end of cylinder.
NOTE: It is not necessary to remove recoil spring to
replace cylinder seals (12 and 13).
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6. Remove outer seal (2) from cylinder.


NOTE: For cylinders on machines (S.N. —192141),
remove seal retaining ring (3) from inner seal (4)
before removing seal from cylinder.

T213208A —UN—04AUG05
7. Remove seal retaining ring (3) and inner seal (4) from
cylinder.
8. Clean and inspect parts for damage. Repair or replace
parts as necessary.
NOTE: For cylinders on machines (S.N. —192141),
install inner seal in cylinder with retaining ring
groove facing outward. Install seal retaining Cylinder Seals (S.N. —192141)
ring into groove of inner seal.

9. Install inner seal and seal retaining ring in cylinder.


10. Install outer seal in cylinder.

TX1081382A —UN—26AUG10
11. Loosen track adjuster valve.
12. Apply grease to piston rod and install in cylinder.
13. Completely compress piston rod in cylinder.
14. Tighten track adjuster valve.
15. Install recoil spring, if necessary. See Track Adjuster
Recoil Spring Remove and Install. (Group 0130.)
Cylinder Seals (S.N. 192142— )
16. Install track adjuster and recoil spring assembly to
machine. See Track Adjuster and Recoil Spring 2— Inner Seal 4— Outer Seal
Assembly Remove and Install. (Group 0130.) 3— Seal Retaining Ring

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Section 02
Axles and Suspension Systems
Contents

Page

Group 0201—Drive Axle Housing and Support


Axle Housing Remove and Install.............. 02-0201-1
Axle Housing Disassemble and
Assemble............................................... 02-0201-2

Group 0250—Axle Shaft, Bearings, and


Reduction Gears
Chain Case Access Plate Remove
and Install .............................................. 02-0250-1
Drive Chain and Sprocket Remove
and Install .............................................. 02-0250-1

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Group 0201
Drive Axle Housing and Support
Axle Housing Remove and Install
1. Remove front attachment and park machine on flat
level surface.
2. Raise and block machine. See Raising and Blocking
Machine. (Group 1740.)
3. Remove wheel from axle being serviced. See Wheel
Remove and Install. (Group 0110.)

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4. Drain chain case oil. See Change Chain Case Oil.
(Operator's Manual.)
5. Clean area around axle housing to prevent debris from
entering chain case.

CAUTION: Prevent possible crushing injury from


Axle Housing
heavy component. Use appropriate lifting device.

6. Support axle housing (1) using appropriate lifting 1— Axle Housing 2— Nut (8 used)
device. Remove axle housing.
Specification
Axle Housing—Weight 7. Clean and inspect parts. Repair or replace parts
(approximate).................................................................................. 33 kg as necessary. See Axle Housing Disassemble and
72 lb. Assemble. (Group 0201.)
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8. Install new O-ring (3) in groove on axle housing.


9. Fill axle housing with oil.
Specification
Axle Housing—Capacity............................................................... 237 mL
8 oz.

3— O-Ring

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Axle Housing O-Ring

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10. Position chain sprocket hub (4) to be visible through


hole in chain case.
11. Install UP marking in axle housing, facing up.
12. Install axle shaft into chain sprocket hub and slide axle
housing over mounting studs. Loosely install nuts.
13. Slide axle housing to tighten drive chain. See Drive
Chain Tension Check and Adjustment. (Group
9020-25.)
14. Fill chain case with oil. See Change Chain Case Oil.
(Operator's Manual.)
15. Install wheel. See Wheel Remove and Install. (Group
0110.)

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16. Remove blocking. See Raising and Blocking Machine.
(Group 1740.)

4— Chain Sprocket Hub

Chain Sprocket Position

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Axle Housing Disassemble and Assemble


1
2

4
5
6 7

8
9
10
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11

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Axle Housing Assembly
1— Snap Ring 4— Washer 7— Axle Housing 10— Seal
2— Washer 5— Inner Bearing 8— Outer Bearing Cup 11— Axle Shaft
3— Shim (as required) 6— Inner Bearing Cup 9— Outer Bearing
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1. Place axle housing in a press. Remove snap ring (1),


washer and shims.

1— Snap Ring

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Axle Housing

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2. Place axle housing in a press with support under


housing flange. Press axle shaft (11) down until axle
shaft drops free of inner bearing (5).
3. Remove inner bearing and cup.
4. Remove seal.
IMPORTANT: Outer axle bearing will be destroyed
when removed. Remove bearing only
if replacement is necessary. Replace
bearing and cup as a set.

5. Remove outer axle bearing and cup only if necessary.


Do not reuse bearing and cup.

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6. Inspect axle shaft for wear or damage. Repair or
replace as necessary.
7. If removed, install new outer bearing with taper facing
up. Press bearing onto shoulder of axle shaft.
8. If removed, install outer bearing cup.
9. Install seal. Axle Shaft
10. Install axle housing over axle shaft.
5— Inner Bearing 11— Axle Shaft
11. Install inner bearing over axle shaft.
NOTE: Rotate axle housing while installing bearing.
13. Install washer and snap ring. Push snap ring to top of
12. Press bearing onto axle housing until resistance is felt. groove. Do not install shims at this time.
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14. Install a temporary cap screw and nut in one hole of


the mounting flange and tighten.
15. Place torque wrench on temporary cap screw at a
right angle to the centerline. Check rolling drag torque.
Apply pressure until rolling drag torque is reached.
Specification
Axle Bearing—Rolling
Drag Torque................................................................... 4.52—13.56 N·m
40—120 lb-in.

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Rolling Drag Torque

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16. While maintaining pressure, measure distance


between washer and snap ring. Add 0.025 mm (0.001
in.) to the measured value to determine the number of
shims required for bearing pre-load.
17. Remove snap ring and washer. Install required shims

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and washer.
18. Install snap ring.
19. Apply force to axle shaft to seat bearing and shims
against snap ring.
Specification
Axle Shaft—Force......................................................................44 482 N
Bearing Pre-Load Measurement
10 000 lb-force

20. Check rolling drag torque. Repeat procedure until


specification is reached.
Specification
Axle Bearing—Rolling
Drag Torque................................................................... 4.52—13.56 N·m
40—120 lb-in.
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Group 0250
Axle Shaft, Bearings, and Reduction Gears
Chain Case Access Plate Remove and Install
1. Remove front attachment and park machine on flat
level surface.
2. Drain chain case oil. See Change Chain Case Oil.
(Operator's Manual.)

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3. Remove access plate (2).
4. Clean and inspect parts.
5. Install access plate with gasket.
Specification
Chain Case Access Plate Chain Case Access Plate
Nut—Torque..................................................................................45 N·m
33 lb-ft
1— Nut (12 used) 2— Access Plate
6. Fill chain case with oil.See Change Chain Case Oil.
(Operator's Manual.)
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Drive Chain and Sprocket Remove and Install


1. Remove front attachment and park machine on flat
level surface.
2. Raise and block machine. See Raising and Blocking

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Machine. (Group 1740.)
3. Drain chain case oil. See Change Chain Case Oil.
(Operator's Manual.)
4. Remove chain case access plate. See Chain Case
Access Plate Remove and Install. (Group 0250.)
5. Remove axle housing for each drive chain being
Chain Case
serviced. See Axle Housing Remove and Install.
(Group 0201.)
1— Drive Sprocket 3— Rear Drive Chain
NOTE: Remove rear axle housing and rear drive 2— Front Drive Chain
chain from drive sprocket before removing
front drive chain.

6. Slide rear axle sprocket forward. Remove rear drive 10. Clean and inspect parts. Repair or replace parts as
chain (3) from drive sprocket (1) and rear axle sprocket. necessary.

NOTE: To remove rear axle sprocket, lift sprocket to 11. If removed, install front axle sprocket.
top of chain case and pull bottom of sprocket 12. Install front drive chain.
out over lip of chain case.
13. Install rear axle sprocket and rear drive chain.
7. Remove rear axle sprocket.
14. Install axle housing. See Axle Housing Remove and
8. Slide front axle sprocket rearward. Remove front drive Install. (Group 0201.)
chain (2) from drive sprocket and front axle sprocket.
15. Install chain case access plate. See Chain Case
NOTE: If removal of front axle sprocket is necessary, Access Plate Remove and Install. (Group 0250.)
hydrostatic motor must be removed. See
16. Fill chain case with oil. See Change Chain Case Oil.
Hydrostatic Motor and Park Brake Remove
(Operator's Manual.)
and Install. (Group 0360.)
17. Lower machine to ground.
9. Remove front axle sprocket.
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Section 03
Transmission
Contents

Page Page

Group 0315—Controls Linkage Hydrostatic Motor, Park Brake


Steering Dampener Remove and and Gearbox Assemble (S.N.
Install ..................................................... 03-0315-1 192142— )........................................... 03-0360-64
Steering Dampener Inspection .................. 03-0315-1 Gearbox Leakage Test (S.N.
Control Lever Remove and Install.............. 03-0315-2 192142— )........................................... 03-0360-75
Control Lever Disassemble and Hydrostatic Pump Remove and
Assemble............................................... 03-0315-3 Install ................................................... 03-0360-76
Steering Cross Shaft Assembly Hydrostatic Pump Disassemble
Remove and Install................................ 03-0315-5 and Assemble—326D, 328D ............... 03-0360-78
Steering Cross Shaft Disassemble Hydrostatic Pump Disassem-
and Assemble........................................ 03-0315-6 ble—329D, 332D, 333D ...................... 03-0360-85
Control Lever Handle Remove and Hydrostatic Pump Inspec-
Install ..................................................... 03-0315-7 tion—329D, 332D, 333D ..................... 03-0360-89
Hydrostatic Pump Assem-
Group 0325—Flywheel Coupler ble—329D, 332D, 333D ...................... 03-0360-93
Hub Coupler Remove and Install............... 03-0325-1 Charge Pump Remove and Install.......... 03-0360-101
Hydrostatic Control Valve Remove
Group 0360—Hydraulic System and Install .......................................... 03-0360-102
Hydrostatic and Hydraulic Start-Up
Procedure .............................................. 03-0360-1
Hydrostatic Motor and Park Brake
Remove and Install................................ 03-0360-3
Hydrostatic Motor and Park Brake
Disassemble and Assemble .................. 03-0360-5
Hydrostatic Motor and Park
Brake Disassemble and
Assemble—Two Speed ....................... 03-0360-15
Hydrostatic Motor, Park Brake and
Gearbox Repair ................................... 03-0360-24
Hydrostatic Motor, Park Brake and
Gearbox Remove and Install
(S.N. —192141)................................... 03-0360-25
Hydrostatic Motor, Park Brake and
Gearbox Disassemble (S.N.
—192141)............................................ 03-0360-27
Hydrostatic Motor, Park Brake
and Gearbox Assemble (S.N.
—192141)............................................ 03-0360-32
Hydrostatic Motor, Park Brake and
Gearbox Disassemble—Two
Speed (S.N. —192141) ....................... 03-0360-37
Hydrostatic Motor, Park Brake and
Gearbox Assemble—Two Speed
(S.N. —192141)................................... 03-0360-42
Hydrostatic Motor, Park Brake and
Gearbox Remove and Install
(S.N. 192142— ).................................. 03-0360-47
Hydrostatic Motor, Park Brake and
Gearbox Disassemble (S.N.
192142— )........................................... 03-0360-50
Hydrostatic Motor, Park Brake
and Gearbox Inspection (S.N.
192142— )........................................... 03-0360-60

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Group 0315
Controls Linkage
Steering Dampener Remove and Install
1. Remove front attachment and park machine on flat
level surface.
2. Raise operator's station. See Raising Operator's
Station. (Group 1810.)

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3. Remove mounting hardware (1) from top of steering
dampener (2).
4. Remove cap screw (4) from bottom of steering
dampener. Lift steering dampener out of machine.
5. Inspect steering dampener. See Steering Dampener
Steering Dampener
Inspection. (Group 0315.)
6. Lower steering dampener into machine. Install cap 1— Mounting Hardware 3— Cross Shaft Bell Crank
screw (4) in bottom of steering dampener. 2— Steering Dampener 4— Cap Screw

7. Install mounting hardware to top of steering dampener.


8. Make sure the steering lever contacts the stop Specification
screws in both forward and reverse positions before Dampener Mounting
dampener reaches its travel limit. Install or remove Hardware—Torque........................................................................40 N·m
shim washer(s) on rod end as required. 30 lb-ft
9. Tighten dampener mounting cap screws to 10. Lower operator's station. See Raising Operator's
specification. Station. (Group 1810.)
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Steering Dampener Inspection • With steering dampener fully extended, apply 9 kg


1. Move steering dampener rod through its full range of (20 lb) of force to rod end. It must take 1—5 seconds
motion. Steering dampener should operate smoothly for dampener to fully retract.
with some resistance to movement. If no resistance • With steering dampener fully retracted, apply 9 kg
is noted, or if steering dampener is leaking, replace (20 lb) of pull to rod end. It must take 1—5 seconds
steering dampener. for dampener to fully extend.

2. Test steering dampener as follows: 3. Replace steering dampener if test results are not
within specification.
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Control Lever Remove and Install


4
NOTE: Removal and installation for left and right
control levers are similar. 3 3
1. Remove front attachment and park machine on flat
level surface.
2. Raise operator's station. See Raising Operator's
Station. (Group 1810.)
3. Remove footwell. See Footwell Remove and Install.
(Group 1910.)
2
4. Remove cap screw (1) from control lever link rod (2).
X24

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5. Disconnect left control lever 8-pin connector (X24),
if equipped.
6. Remove cap screws (3) from pivot bearing block (4).
7. Remove control lever assembly.
1
8. For hands only control lever, remove handle as
necessary. See Control Lever Handle Remove and
Control Lever (left side shown)
Install. (Group 0315.)
9. Repair or replace parts as necessary. See Control 1— Cap Screw 4— Pivot Bearing Block
Lever Disassemble and Assemble. (Group 0315.) 2— Control Lever Link Rod X24— Left Control Lever 8-Pin
3— Cap Screw (2 used) Connector (if equipped)
10. Install control lever assembly.
11. Install cap screws in pivot bearing block.
Specification Specification
Pivot Bearing Block Cap Control Lever Link Rod
Screws—Torque............................................................................35 N·m Cap Screw—Torque......................................................................73 N·m
25 lb-ft 55 lb-ft

12. Connect left control lever 8-pin connector (X24), if 14. Install footwell. See Footwell Remove and Install.
equipped. (Group 1910.)

13. Install cap screw in control lever link rod. 15. Lower operator's station. See Raising Operator's
Station. (Group 1810.)
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Controls Linkage

Control Lever Disassemble and Assemble


1. Remove control lever. See Control Lever Remove and
Install. (Group 0315.)

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Control Lever Assembly (right side shown)


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Controls Linkage

1— Snap Ring (2 used) 4— Pivot Bearing Block Bushing 7— Steering Arm 10— Hands Only Control Lever
2— Pivot Bearing Block (2 used) 8— Steering Arm Bushing (2 Assembly
3— Yoke with Shaft Assembly 5— Torsion Spring used)
6— Control Lever 9— Hand and Foot Control Lever
Assembly

2. Remove snap rings (1), pivot bearing block (2) from 7. Inspect steering arm bushings (8) for wear and
yoke and shaft assembly (3). damage. Replace as needed.
3. Inspect pivot bearing block bushings (4) for wear and 8. Install steering arm on yoke and shaft assembly.
damage. Replace as needed.
9. Install control lever on steering arm.
NOTE: Note torsion spring position for assembly purposes.
10. Install torsion spring on yoke and shaft assembly.
4. Remove torsion spring (5), inspect and replace as
needed. 11. Install pivot bearing block on yoke and shaft assembly.

5. Inspect control lever (6) for damage. Replace as 12. Install control lever. See Control Lever Remove and
needed. Install. (Group 0315.)

6. Remove steering arm (7) from yoke and shaft


assembly.
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Controls Linkage

Steering Cross Shaft Assembly Remove and 3. Remove footwell. See Footwell Remove and Install.
Install (Group 1910.)
1. Remove front attachment and park machine on flat
level surface.
2. Raise operator's station. See Raising Operator's
Station. (Group 1810.)

2 2
3
5

3
5

1
4 1

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Steering Cross Shaft
1— Steering Dampener (2 used) 3— Control Rod (3 used) 5— U-bolt (2 used)
2— Link Rod (2 used) 4— Cross Shaft Assembly 6— Cap Screw Location

4. Disconnect dampeners (1), link rods (2), and control


9. Check and adjust link rods. See Steering Lever
rods (3) from cross shaft assembly (4).
Adjustment—Centering. (Group 9026-25.)
5. Remove U-bolts (5) and lift out cross shaft assembly.
10. Check and adjust steering lever stops. See Tracking
6. Inspect bell crank, bushings and drive shaft for damage Adjustment. (Group 9026-25.)
or wear. See Steering Cross Shaft Disassemble and
11. Install footwell. See Footwell Remove and Install.
Assemble. (Group 0315.) (Group 1910.)
7. Install cross shaft assembly with U-bolts. 12. Lower operator's station. See Raising Operator's
8. Connect dampeners, link rods, and control rods. Station. (Group 1810.)
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Steering Cross Shaft Disassemble and


Assemble

7 1
2
3

6
1
2 3
3
7 2
1

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4 5
1
3

2
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Cross Shaft Assembly
1— Snap Ring (4 used) 3— Cross Shaft Bushing (4 used) 5— Shaft
2— Washer (4 used) 4— Right Bellcrank 6— Left Bellcrank
7— Lubrication Fitting (2 used)

1. Remove steering cross shaft assembly. See Steering 6. Inspect bell crank lubrication fitting (7) for damage.
Cross Shaft Assembly Remove and Install. (Group Replace as necessary.
0315.)
7. Install bushings in right and left bellcrank.
2. Remove snap rings (1) and washers (2).
8. Install right and left bellcrank on shaft with washers
3. Remove right and left bellcrank (4 and 6) from shaft (5). and snap rings.
4. Clean and inspect shaft for wear or damage. Replace 9. Install steering cross shaft assembly in machine. See
as necessary. Steering Cross Shaft Assembly Remove and Install.
5. Inspect cross shaft bushings (3) for wear or damage. (Group 0315.)
Replace as necessary.
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Control Lever Handle Remove and Install


1. Remove front attachment and park machine on flat
level surface.
6
2. Raise operator's station. See Raising Operator's
Station. (Group 1810.)
3. Remove footwell. See Footwell Remove and Install.
(Group 1910.)
NOTE: This procedure is for hands only machines.

4. Remove control cable bracket (2) on control lever (3).


5. Remove spring pin (6) from handle. Remove control
5

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cable (1) from handle.
NOTE: If equipped with buttons in handle, a wire 2
harness near the bottom of the control lever 4
will need to be disconnected.
3 1
6. Remove handle lock nut (4) and set screw (5) to
remove handle from control lever.
Control Lever Handle
7. Install handle on control lever.
Specification 1— Control Cable 4— Handle Lock Nut
Handle Set 2— Control Cable Bracket 5— Set Screw
Screw—Torque................................................................................9 N·m 3— Control Lever 6— Spring Pin
80 lb-in.

Specification
Set Screw Lock 9. Lower operator's station. See Raising Operator's
Nut—Torque..................................................................................25 N·m Station. (Group 1810.)
220 lb-in.
10. Install footwell. See Footwell Remove and Install.
8. Install control cable. (Group 1910.)
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Group 0325
Flywheel Coupler
Hub Coupler Remove and Install
1. Remove front attachment and park machine on flat
level surface. 4

2. Raise operator's station. See Raising Operator's


Station. (Group 1810.) 2
3. Remove footwell. See Footwell Remove and Install.
(Group 1910.) 1
4. Remove hydrostatic pumps. See Hydrostatic Pump 3
Remove and Install. (Group 0360.)
5. Measure or mark position of hub coupler on hydrostatic
pump input shaft to aid in assembly.

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6. Loosen set screws (1) and slide hub coupler (2) from
hydrostatic pump input shaft (3).
7. Inspect hub coupler for wear or damage, repair or
replace parts as necessary.
8. Install hub coupler flush with hydrostatic input shaft.
9. Apply PM37418 Thread Lock and Sealer (medium Hub Coupler
strength) to hub coupler set screws. Tighten set
screws to specification. 1— Set Screw (2 used) 3— Hydrostatic Pump Input
2— Hub Coupler Shaft
Specification
4— Hydrostatic Pump
Hub Coupler Set
Screws—Torque............................................................................35 N·m
25 lb-ft
12. Lower operator's station. See Raising Operator's
10. Install hydrostatic pumps. See Hydrostatic Pump Station. (Group 1810.)
Remove and Install. (Group 0360.)
11. Install footwell. See Footwell Remove and Install.
(Group 1910.)
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Group 0360
Hydraulic System
Hydrostatic and Hydraulic Start-Up
Procedure
SPECIFICATIONS
326D, 328D
Charge Pressure Relief Valve 1900 kPa

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Pressure (minimum) 19 bar
275 psi
329D, 332D and 333D
Charge Pressure Relief Valve 2200 kPa
Pressure (minimum) 22 bar
319 psi

SERVICE EQUIPMENT AND TOOLS


Charge Pressure Relief Test Location
JT02161 3 400 kPa (35 bar) (500 psi) Transducer
JT02156A Digital Pressure/Temperature Analyzer
1— Charge Circuit Test Port 3— Hydraulic Oil Filter Manifold
2— Charge Circuit Test Port
1. Remove front attachment and park machine on flat Dust Plug
level surface.
2. Raise and block machine. See Raising and Blocking
Machine. (Group 1740.) • For wheeled machines, See JT02156A Digital
Pressure/Temperature Analyzer Installation. (Group
3. Raise operator's station. See Raising Operator's 9025-25.)
Station. (Group 1810.)
• For tracked machines, See JT02156A Digital
4. Install remote start box. Pressure/Temperature Analyzer Installation. (Group
9025-25.)
• For wheeled machines, see Remote Start Box
Installation. (Group 9025-25.) 11. Put control levers in neutral position.
• For tracked machines, see Remote Start Box IMPORTANT: If charge pressure remains below
Installation. (Group 9025-25.) 350 kPa (3.5 bar) (50 psi) for more than 10
5. Check hydraulic oil tank level. seconds, stop engine and check for cause of
low pressure. Failure to stop engine when
• For wheeled machines, see Check Hydraulic charge pressure is low may cause severe
Reservoir Oil Level. (Operator's Manual.) damage to pumps and motors.
• For tracked machines, see Check Hydraulic
Reservoir Oil Level. (Operator's Manual.) 12. Start engine using remote start box and operate at
slow idle. Charge pressure should reach specification
6. Disconnect injector 6-pin connector (X11).
within 5 to 10 seconds.
• For wheeled machines, see Main Harness (W3) 326D, 328D—Specification
Component Location. (Group 9015-10.) Charge Pressure
• For tracked machines, see Main Harness (W3) Relief Valve—Pressure
Component Location. (Group 9015-10.) (minimum)................................................................................. 1900 kPa
7. Turn remote start box key to START and crank engine 19 bar
for 10 seconds. 275 psi
329D, 332D and 333D—Specification
8. Connect injector 6-pin connector (X11).
Charge Pressure
• For wheeled machines, see Main Harness (W3) Relief Valve—Pressure
Component Location. (Group 9015-10.) (minimum)................................................................................. 2200 kPa
• For tracked machines, see Main Harness (W3) 22 bar
Component Location. (Group 9015-10.) 319 psi

9. Remove charge circuit test port dust plug (2) from 13. Stop engine after charge pressure reaches
the charge circuit test port (1) on hydraulic oil filter specification.
manifold (3).
CAUTION: To avoid injury from escaping fluid
10. Install JT02161 3 400 kPa (35 bar) (500 psi) Transducer
under pressure, stop engine and relieve the
with JT02156A Digital Pressure/Temperature Analyzer,
pressure in the system before disconnecting or
or equivalent on charge circuit test port (1).
connecting hydraulic or other lines. Tighten all
connections before applying pressure.

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14. Relieve hydraulic system pressure.


• For wheeled machines, see Check Hydraulic
• For wheeled machines, see Hydraulic System Reservoir Oil Level. (Operator's Manual.)
Pressure Release. (Group 9025-25.) • For tracked machines, see Check Hydraulic
• For tracked machines, see Hydraulic System Reservoir Oil Level. (Operator's Manual.)
Pressure Release. (Group 9025-25.) 22. Check all hydraulic line connections. Tighten as
15. Remove test equipment. necessary.

16. Remove remote start box. 23. Adjust control levers.

• For wheeled machines, see Remote Start Box For wheeled machines:
Installation. (Group 9025-25.) • see Steering Lever Adjustment—Centering. (Group
• For tracked machines, see Remote Start Box 9026-25.)
Installation. (Group 9025-25.) • see Tracking Adjustment. (Group 9026-25.)
17. Lower operator's station. See Raising Operator's For tracked machines:
Station. (Group 1810.) • see Steering Lever Adjustment—Centering. (Group
9026-25.)
18. Start and run engine at half idle for 20 minutes. • see Tracking Adjustment. (Group 9026-25.)
19. Stop engine. Check hydraulic oil tank level. 24. Operate engine for an additional 30 minutes to
circulate hydraulic oil through the hydraulic oil filter.
• For wheeled machines, see Check Hydraulic
Reservoir Oil Level. (Operator's Manual.) 25. Stop engine. Replace hydraulic oil filter.
• For tracked machines, see Check Hydraulic
Reservoir Oil Level. (Operator's Manual.) • For wheeled machines, see Replace Hydraulic Oil
Filter. (Operator's Manual.)
20. Start engine and operate at low idle. Operate steering, • For tracked machines, see Replace Hydraulic Oil
boom and arm functions for 3 minutes to remove air Filter. (Operator's Manual.)
from the hydraulic system.
21. Stop engine. Check hydraulic oil tank level.
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Hydrostatic Motor and Park Brake Remove


and Install
4
This procedure is used for wheeled machines.
1. Remove front attachment and park machine on flat
level surface.
5
2. Raise and block machine. See Raising and Blocking
Machine. (Group 1740.)
3. Raise operator's station. See Raising Operator's

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Station. (Group 1810.)
4. Remove footwell. See Footwell Remove and Install.
(Group 1910.) 3
5. Remove only the upper steering dampener mounting 2
hardware. See Steering Dampener Remove and
Install. (Group 0315.) 1
Hydrostatic Motor Lines (single speed motor shown)
6. Remove link rods and control rods from control
levers and hydrostatic pumps. Allow ends to remain
on steering cross shaft. See Steering Cross Shaft 1— Forward Hydrostatic Line 4— Park Brake Release Line
Assembly Remove and Install. (Group 0315.) 2— Reverse Hydrostatic Line 5— Hydrostatic Motor
3— Case Drain Line
7. Remove steering cross shaft assembly.
8. Remove control lever from side being serviced. See
Control Lever Remove and Install. (Group 0315.) 11. Drain chain case. See Change Chain Case Oil.
(Operator's Manual.)
NOTE: The procedure to remove a two speed
motor is similar. 12. Remove chain case access plate. See Chain Case
Access Plate Remove and Install. (Group 0250.)
9. Tag and disconnect lines (1—4) from hydrostatic motor 13. Remove front and rear axle housing. See Axle
(5). Cap or plug all openings. Housing Remove and Install. (Group 0201.)
10. Remove wheels from side being serviced. See Wheel
Remove and Install. Group 0110.)
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14. Slide wheel sprockets (10) toward brake sprocket (8).


15. Remove drive chains (7) from brake sprocket. 7 7
16. Remove brake sprocket cap screw (9) and remove
brake sprocket from drive shaft. 10

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8
CAUTION: Prevent possible crushing injury from
heavy component. Use appropriate lifting device.

17. Support hydrostatic motor using appropriate lifting


device and remove hydrostatic motor mounting cap
9
screws from inside chain case.
Specification Chain and Brake Sprocket
Hydrostatic
Motor—Weight
7— Drive Chain (2 used) 9— Brake Sprocket Cap Screw
(approximate).................................................................................. 48 kg 8— Brake Sprocket 10— Wheel Sprocket (2 used)
105 lbs

18. Remove hydrostatic motor.


19. Repair or replace components as necessary. See 22. Install drive chains on brake sprocket.
Hydrostatic Motor and Park Brake Disassemble and 23. Install front and rear axle housings. See Axle Housing
Assemble. (Group 0360.) Remove and Install. (Group 0201.)

CAUTION: Prevent possible crushing injury from 24. Install chain case access plate. See Chain Case
heavy component. Use appropriate lifting device. Access Plate Remove and Install. (Group 0250.)
25. Fill chain case with correct fluid. See Change Chain
20. Using appropriate lifting device and install hydrostatic Case Oil. (Operator's Manual.)
motor. Tighten to specification.
26. Install front and rear wheels. See Wheel Remove and
Specification
Install. Group 0110.)
Hydrostatic
Motor—Weight 27. Connect lines to hydrostatic motor.
(approximate).................................................................................. 48 kg
105 lbs 28. Install control lever. See Control Lever Remove and
Install. (Group 0315.)
Specification
Hydrostatic Motor 29. Install steering cross shaft. See Steering Cross Shaft
Mounting Cap Assembly Remove and Install. (Group 0315.)
Screw—Torque............................................................................130 N·m
30. Install footwell. See Footwell Remove and Install.
95 lb-ft
(Group 1910.)
21. Install brake sprocket on hydrostatic motor drive shaft.
31. Lower operator's station. See Raising Operator's
Tighten to specification.
Station. (Group 1810.)
Specification
Brake Sprocket Cap 32. Raise machine and remove blocking. See Raising and
Screw—Torque............................................................................130 N·m Blocking Machine. (Group 1740.)
95 lb-ft
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Hydrostatic Motor and Park Brake 1


Disassemble and Assemble
This procedure is used for wheeled machines. 3

1. Clean exterior of hydrostatic motor and park brake 2


before disassembling.

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2. Separate park brake housing (1) from hydrostatic
motor (2) by removing motor flange-to-brake housing
cap screws (3).

1— Park Brake Housing 3— Cap Screw (8 used) 3


2— Hydrostatic Motor
Wheel Motor Assembly

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3. Scribe two lines (1) on hydrostatic motor (2)


approximately 25 mm (1 in.) apart, to aid in assembly.
4. Remove drive shaft from motor and set motor on
mounting flange standing upright.
5. Remove cap screws. Carefully lift off end cap.

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Balance plate and spacer are not firmly attached.

1— Scribed Line 2— Hydrostatic Motor

Hydrostatic Motor

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6. Use a screwdriver (4) through port (5) to aid in


separating balance plate (6) from end cap (7).
7. Remove backup rings and O-rings from balance plate
and discard.
8. Remove spacer.

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4— Screwdriver 6— Balance Plate
5— Port 7— End Cap

Separating Balance Plate and End Cap

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9. Remove and inspect springs (8).


10. Check that roll pin (9) is not worn or loose in bore.

8— Spring (6 used) 9— Roll Pin

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Spring and Roll Pin Inspection

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11. Remove guide pins (10), disk valve (11), retainer (12),
and disk valve driver (13).
12. Remove and discard O-ring (14).
13. Remove channel plate (15).

10— Guide Pin (3 used) 13— Disk Valve Driver


11— Disk Valve 14— O-Ring
12— Retainer 15— Channel Plate

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Guide Pin Location

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14. Remove and discard O-rings (16) from both sides of


rim (17).
15. Carefully lift rim from mounting adapter (18) so rotor
(19) and rollers (20) do not slip out.

16— O-Ring (3 used) 19— Rotor


17— Rim 20— Roller (9 used)
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18— Mounting Adapter

Removing O-Rings From Rim

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16. Remove plug (22) on end cap (21) for shuttle valve.

21— End Cap 22— Plug

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End Cap Shuttle Valve Plug

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17. Remove springs (24) and spool (25) from end cap.
18. Remove and discard O-ring from plug (22).
IMPORTANT: Avoid damage to hydrostatic system.
Clean all parts in a suitable solvent and dry

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with compressed air. Do not wipe parts
with paper towels or rags. Lint in hydraulic
system causes damage.

19. Clean and inspect all parts for wear or scoring. Repair
or replace parts as necessary.

22— Plug 25— Spool


24— Spring (2 used) Shuttle Valve Spool

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IMPORTANT: Due to extremely tight tolerances and


surface finish of hydrostatic motor internal
surfaces, it is very important to maintain
absolute cleanliness during assembly of
the hydrostatic motor.

20. Set hydrostatic motor mounting plate (18) on a flat


surface.
21. During assembly of hydrostatic motor, make sure that

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the scribe marks on each section are aligned.
22. Install new O-ring (16) on mounting plate.
23. Install rim (17), rotor (19), and rollers (20) onto
mounting plate. Splines on rotor (19) must face up.
24. Install new O-ring (16) on rim.
Hydrostatic Motor Assembly
25. Install a spacer 19 mm (3/4 in.) diameter x 76 mm (3
in.) long into ID of rotor. This spacer will not allow disk
16— O-Ring 20— Roller (9 used)
valve driver to slide down in rotor during assembly. 17— Rim 26— Wheel Valley
18— Mounting Plate 27— Spline Tip
IMPORTANT: The rotor, rollers, disk valve, and 19— Rotor
disk valve driver must be properly timed
during assembly.

26. Rotate rotor so a roller rests in wheel valley (26). Align


spline tip (27) with wheel valley.
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27. Make a mark (28) on disk valve driver (29) in line with
a spline groove (30) between two teeth.
28. Install disk valve driver (29) into splines on rotor (19).
Align mark on driver with spline tip (27) that is directly
in line with roller in wheel valley.

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19— Rotor 29— Disk Valve Driver
27— Spline Tip 30— Spline Groove
28— Mark

Disk Valve Driver Alignment

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29. Install channel plate (15) onto rim, lining up scribe


marks.
IMPORTANT: Disk valve driver retainer must be
installed with convex side up. If installed
incorrectly, disk valve driver can slip out of

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disk valve and change disk valve timing.

30. Install disk valve driver retainer (31) into channel plate
with convex side facing up.
31. Install new O-ring (16).

15— Channel Plate 31— Disk Valve Driver Retainer


16— O-Ring Disk Valve Driver Retainer

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32. Install disk valve (11) onto driver. When correctly


installed, an oil port (32) is just to the right of the mark
(28) on disk valve driver.
33. Install guide pins in holes (33), through channel plate
(15) and into rim.

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34. Install new O-ring on channel plate.

11— Disk Valve 32— Oil Port


15— Channel Plate 33— Guide Pin Hole (3 used)
28— Mark

Timing Disk Valve Driver

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35. Apply petroleum jelly to springs (8) and spacer (34).


Install springs and spacer into end cap.
36. Install new backup rings and O-rings onto balance
plate.
37. Apply petroleum jelly to balance plate. Install into end

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cap (7) making sure that roll pin (9) fits into cutout in
balance plate.

7— End Cap 9— Roll Pin


8— Spring (6 used) 34— Spacer

End Cap Assembly

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38. Install springs (24) and spool (25) into end cap.
39. Install new O-ring on plug (22) and install into end cap.
Specification
Shuttle Valve

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Plug—Torque.................................................................................13 N·m
115 lb-in

40. Install end cap. Tighten cap screws in a cross pattern


and to specification in two stages.
Specification
End Cap Screw—Initial
Torque...........................................................................................55 N·m
41 lb-ft Shuttle Valve Spool

Specification
End Cap Screw—Final 22— Plug 25— Spool
24— Spring (2 used)
Torque......................................................................................... 110 N·m
81 lb-ft

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41. Remove brake spring (1) and O-ring (2).

1— Brake Spring 2— O-Ring

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Brake Spring and O-Ring Removal

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42. Install M6 cap screws (3) in brake piston (4) and


remove brake piston using two pry bars.

3— M6 Cap Screw (2 used) 4— Brake Piston


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Brake Piston Remove

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43. Remove screws (5), seal retainer (6), piston seal (7),
and O-ring (8).

5— Screw (4 used) 7— Piston Seal


6— Seal Retainer 8— O-Ring

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Brake Piston Seal Retainer

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44. Remove seven brake disks and six spacer plates (9).

9— Spacer Plate (6 used)

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Brake Disks and Spacer Plates

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45. Remove screws (10) and shaft retainer (11).

10— Screw (8 used) 11— Shaft Retainer

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Shaft Retainer

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NOTE: Drive shaft and bearings are an assembly. If


shaft or bearings are found to be worn or damaged,
they must be replaced as an assembly.

46. Remove shaft and bearing assembly (12) using a


press.

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47. Remove shaft seal (13).

12— Shaft and Bearing 13— Shaft Seal


Assembly

Shaft and Bearing Removal

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48. Remove screen (14) from input end of shaft.


NOTE: Do not clean brake disks with solvent. Use
clean brake system oil only.

49. Clean and inspect all parts for wear or damage.

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14— Screen

Screen

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50. Measure brake disks (1) and spacer plates (2)


for thickness and flatness. Check brake disks for
discoloration. If not to specification, replace with new.
Specification
Brake Disk—Thickness

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(minimum).................................................................................. 1.60 mm
0.063 in.
Flatness (maximum) .................................................................. 0.20 mm
0.008 in.
Spacer Plate—Thickness
(minimum).................................................................................. 1.50 mm
0.059 in.
Flatness (maximum) .................................................................. 0.20 mm
Measure Brake Disk
0.008 in.

51. Apply petroleum jelly to seal lip. Install shaft seal into
brake housing with lip facing brake pack.

1— Brake Disk 2— Spacer Plate

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Measure Spacer Plate

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IMPORTANT: Press outer race of bearing assembly


only. Pressing inner race of bearing or shaft
damages bearing assembly.

52. Install drive shaft and bearing assembly (1) using a


press.

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1— Drive Shaft and Bearing
Assembly

Install Drive Shaft Assembly

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53. Install shaft retainer (2). Groove (3) on top of retainer


must line up with notch in housing. Tighten screws
to specification.
Specification
Shaft Retainer

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Screw—Torque................................................................................8 N·m
70 lb-in.

54. Install screen (4). Tighten to specification.


Specification
Screen—Torque............................................................................30 N·m
22 lb-ft
Install Shaft Retainer
2— Shaft Retainer 4— Screen
3— Groove

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55. Starting with a brake disk (5), install brake pack by


alternating brake disks and spacer plates.

5— Brake Disk (7 used)

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Install Brake Disks and Spacers

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NOTE: Install brake piston seal with lip facing brake pack.

56. Apply petroleum jelly to brake piston seal (6) lip. Install
brake piston seal using a press.
57. Install seal retainer (7). Tighten screws (9) to
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specification.
Specification
Seal Retainer
Screw—Torque..............................................................................30 N·m
22 lb-ft

58. Apply petroleum jelly to brake piston O-ring (8). Install


brake piston O-ring. Assemble Brake Piston
59. Install brake piston into housing using a press.
6— Brake Piston Seal 8— O-Ring
7— Seal Retainer 9— Screw (4 used)

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60. Install brake spring (10) with outer edge of spring


against piston.
61. Apply petroleum jelly to housing O-ring (11) and install
in housing.
62. Install park brake to hydrostatic motor using eight cap

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screws. Tighten to specification.
Specification
Motor Flange-To-Brake
Housing Cap
Screws—Torque............................................................................70 N·m
52 lb-ft
Install Brake Spring
10— Brake Spring 11— Housing O-Ring

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Hydrostatic Motor and Park Brake


Disassemble and Assemble—Two Speed
1. Clean exterior of hydrostatic motor and park brake
before disassembling.
2. Drain oil from housing.
3. Place hydrostatic motor and park brake on a bench
with the sprocket facing downward.
4. Scribe a line across hydrostatic motor and park brake
housings to aid in assembly.

CAUTION: Prevent possible injury from release


of spring pressure. Cover plate is the retainer

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for the disk spring. Remove cap screws
slowly in a crossing pattern.

NOTE: Record position of disk spring before removing.

5. Remove cap screws (1). Remove cover plate (2) and


disk spring.
Hydrostatic Motor and Park Brake

1— Cap Screw (12 used) 2— Cover Plate

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CAUTION: Prevent possible injury from flying


object. Use care when removing brake piston.
Place hand over brake piston to control the rate
at which it is removed from the housing.

6. Remove brake piston (3) by applying air to the brake

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pressure port.

3— Brake Piston

Hydrostatic Motor and Park Brake

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7. Remove seal (4) from brake piston.

4— Seal

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Brake Piston

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8. Remove cap screws (5).


9. Separate brake housing from distributor housing using
a soft faced hammer.

5— Cap Screw (5 used)

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Brake Housing

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10. Remove spring clip (6) and seal (7) from brake
housing (8).

6— Spring Clip 8— Brake Housing


7— Seal

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Brake Housing Components

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NOTE: Record position of plates, brake disks and


shims before removing.

11. Remove plate, brake disk, and shim (9).


12. Remove O-rings (10 and 11).
13. Remove speed shift spool (12).
14. Remove plugs and spool assemblies (13 and 14).

9— Plate, Brake Disk and Shim 12— Speed Shift Spool


10— O-Ring 13— Plug, Shuttle Valve,
11— O-Ring Washer and Spring (2
used)
14— Plug, Spring, Washer and
Poppet

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Distributor Housing

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15. Remove cap screws (15 and 16). Remove distributor


housing and O-ring.

15— Cap Screw (2 used) 16— Cap Screw (10 used)


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Distributor Housing

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NOTE: Do not damage distributor timing face


or locating pin.
Distributor has springs located around top end. Do
not lose springs when removing distributor.

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16. Tap locating pin (26) to remove distributor from
housing.

26— Locating Pin

Distributor Removal

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17. Remove seals (17—21) from distributor.

17— Seal 20— Seal


18— Seal 21— Seal
19— Seal (2 used)

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Distributor

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18. Remove cam ring and cylinder block assembly.


19. Remove snap rings, retaining rings, rollers and pistons
(22—24) from cylinder block assembly.

22— Snap Ring (2 used) 24— Roller and Piston (8 used)

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23— Retaining Ring (2 used)

Cylinder Block Assembly

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20. Remove ring (25) from shaft assembly.


21. Clean and inspect parts. Repair or replace parts as
necessary.
22. Install ring (25) on shaft assembly.

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25— Ring

Shaft Assembly

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NOTE: Apply hydraulic oil to parts to aid in assembly.

23. Assemble rollers and pistons (24), retaining rings (23)


and snap rings (22) in cylinder block.
24. Install cylinder block assembly with timing face facing

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up.
25. Install cam ring.

22— Snap Ring (2 used) 24— Roller and Piston (8 used)


23— Retaining Ring (2 used)

Cylinder Block Assembly

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26. Install seals (17—21).

17— Seal 20— Seal


18— Seal 21— Seal
19— Seal (2 used)

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Distributor

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27. Align pin in top of distributor with locating hole (26) in


distributor housing. Install distributor.

26— Locating Hole

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Distributor Installation

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28. Install O-ring on distributor housing. Install distributor


housing.
29. Apply PM37477 Thread Lock and Sealer (medium
strength) to cap screws (15 and 16). Tighten cap
screws to specification.

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Distributor Housing—Specification
Cap Screw
(15)—Torque.................................................................................35 N·m
25 lb-ft
Cap Screw
(16)—Torque...............................................................................215 N·m
160 lb-ft
Distributor Housing
30. Check that drive shaft rotates freely.
15— Cap Screw (2 used) 16— Cap Screw (10 used)

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NOTE: Apply hydraulic oil to parts to aid in assembly.

31. Apply one drop of PM37477 Thread Lock and Sealer


(medium strength) to plug (14) threads.
32. Install parts (27—30) with plug (14). Tighten plug to
specification.
Specification
Flushing Valve
Plug—Torque.................................................................................30 N·m
22 lb-ft

9— Plate, Brake Disk and Shim 14— Plug


(as required) 27— O-Ring
10— O-Ring 28— Spring

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11— O-Ring 29— Shim
12— Speed Shift Spool 30— Poppet
13— Plug

Distributor Housing

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Flushing Spool Assembly

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NOTE: Apply hydraulic oil to parts to aid in assembly.

33. Install parts (31—35) with plug (13). Tighten plug to


specification.
Specification
Shuttle Valve
Plug—Torque.................................................................................25 N·m
220 lb-in.

34. Install O-rings (10 and 11) speed shift spool (12).
NOTE: To obtain disk pack specification height, assemble
and measure parts on bench prior to installation.

35. Assemble plates, brake disks and shims (9). Begin

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with plate (external spline), then alternate with brake
disk (internal spline). A plate must be placed at each
end of the disk pack. An additional plate and shim can
be used to meet specification. Install park brake disk
pack placing shims against distributor housing.
Specification
Park Brake Disk
Distributor Housing
Pack—Height...................................................................30.4—30.6 mm
1.197—1.205 in.

9— Plate, Brake Disk and Shim 31— O-Ring


(as required) 32— Spring
10— O-Ring 33— Washer
11— O-Ring 34— Spool

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12— Speed Shift Spool 35— Spring
13— Plug
14— Plug

Shuttle Valve Assembly

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36. Install seal (7) and spring clip (6) in brake housing (8).

6— Spring Clip 8— Brake Housing


7— Seal
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Brake Housing Components

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37. Install brake housing. Apply PM37477 Thread Lock


and Sealer (medium strength) to cap screws (5).
Tighten cap screws to specification.
Specification
Brake Housing Cap
Screw—Torque............................................................................120 N·m
90 lb-ft

5— Cap Screw (5 used)

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Brake Housing

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38. Install seal (4) on brake piston. Install brake piston.

4— Seal

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Brake Piston

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39. Apply grease to contact surface of brake piston and


disk spring. Install disk spring with convex side facing
brake piston.
40. Install cover plate (2). Tighten cap screws (1) to
specification.
Specification
Cover Plate Cap
Screw—Torque..............................................................................15 N·m
130 lb-in.

1— Cap Screw (12 used) 2— Cover Plate

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Hydrostatic Motor and Park Brake

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Hydrostatic Motor, Park Brake and Gearbox • See Hydrostatic Motor, Park Brake and Gearbox
Repair Assemble—Two Speed (S.N. —192141). (Group 0360.)

For tracked machines (S.N. —192141): For tracked machines (S.N. 192142— ):

• See Hydrostatic Motor, Park Brake and Gearbox • See Hydrostatic Motor, Park Brake and Gearbox
Remove and Install (S.N. —192141). (Group 0360.) Remove and Install (S.N. 192142— ). (Group 0360.)
• See Hydrostatic Motor, Park Brake and Gearbox • See Hydrostatic Motor, Park Brake and Gearbox
Disassemble (S.N. —192141). (Group 0360.) Disassemble (S.N. 192142— ). (Group 0360.)
• See Hydrostatic Motor, Park Brake and Gearbox • See Hydrostatic Motor, Park Brake and Gearbox
Assemble (S.N. —192141). (Group 0360.) Inspection (S.N. 192142— ). (Group 0360.)
• See Hydrostatic Motor, Park Brake and Gearbox • See Hydrostatic Motor, Park Brake and Gearbox
Disassemble—Two Speed (S.N. —192141). (Group Assemble (S.N. 192142— ). (Group 0360.)
0360.)
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Hydrostatic Motor, Park Brake and Gearbox


Remove and Install (S.N. —192141)
SPECIFICATIONS
Hydrostatic Motor, Park Brake 68 kg 2 1
and Gearbox Assembly Weight 150 lb.
(approximate) 3
Hydrostatic Motor Cap Screw 220 N·m 3
Torque 160 lb.-ft.
-12 ORFS Hydraulic Line Torque 150 N·m 3
111 lb.-ft.

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-8 ORFS Hydraulic Line Torque 63 N·m
46 lb.-ft.
-6 ORFS Hydraulic Line Torque 37 N·m 3
27 lb.-ft.

This procedure is used for tracked machines.


1. Remove front attachment and park machine on flat
level surface. Track Cover Plates

2. Raise and block machine. See Raising and Blocking


Machine. (Group 1740.) 1— Front Cover Plate 3— Cap Screw (7 used)
2— Rear Cover Plate
3. Raise boom and engage boom lock.
4. Remove track. See Track Remove and Install. (Group
0130.) 6. Remove front and rear track cover plates (1 and 2).

5. Remove drive sprocket. See Drive Sprocket Remove 7. Clean dirt and debris away from line connections on
and Install. (Group 0130.) hydrostatic motor.
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8. Tag and disconnect lines (4—8) on hydrostatic motor


(9). Cap or plug all openings. 10

CAUTION: Prevent possible crushing injury from 4


heavy component. Use appropriate lifting device.

9. Attach an appropriate lifting device to hydrostatic


motor (9). 9
Specification
Hydrostatic Motor, Park

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Brake and Gearbox 5
Assembly—Weight
(approximate).................................................................................. 68 kg
150 lb.

10. Remove cap screws and washers (10) mounting 8


hydrostatic motor to track frame. 6
7
11. Repair or replace parts as necessary. Hydrostatic Motor and Lines (right side, two speed motor shown)

• See Hydrostatic Motor, Park Brake and Gearbox


Disassemble (S.N. —192141). (Group 0360.) 4— Park Brake Line (-8 ORFS) 8— Two Speed Line (if
• See Hydrostatic Motor, Park Brake and Gearbox 5— Reverse Hydrostatic Line
(-12 ORFS)
equipped) (-6 ORFS)
9— Hydrostatic Motor
Assemble (S.N. —192141) 6— Case Drain Line (-8 ORFS) 10— Cap Screw and Washer
• See Hydrostatic Motor, Park Brake and Gearbox 7— Forward Hydrostatic Line (12 used)
Disassemble—Two Speed (S.N. —192141). (Group (-12 ORFS)
0360.)
• See Hydrostatic Motor, Park Brake and Gearbox
Assemble—Two Speed (S.N. —192141)
15. Install front and rear track cover plates.
12. Clean motor mounting area on track frame and drive
sprocket mounting area on hydrostatic motor. 16. Install drive sprocket. See Drive Sprocket Remove
and Install. (Group 0130.)
13. Install hydrostatic motor in track frame using
cap screws and washers. Tighten cap screws to 17. Install track. See Track Remove and Install. (Group
specification. 0130.)

Specification 18. Adjust track tension. See Check and Adjust Track
Hydrostatic Motor Cap Tension. (Group 9020-25.)
Screw—Torque............................................................................220 N·m
19. Raise machine and remove blocks. See Raising and
160 lb.-ft.
Blocking Machine. (Group 1740.)
14. Install lines to hydrostatic motor. Tighten all hydraulic 20. Check hydraulic oil level. For wheeled machines,
lines to specifications. see Check Hydraulic Reservoir Oil Level, for tracked
Specification machines, see Check Hydraulic Reservoir Oil Level.
-12 ORFS Hydraulic (Operator's Manual.)
Line—Torque...............................................................................150 N·m
111 lb.-ft.
21. Perform hydrostatic start-up procedure. See
-8 ORFS Hydraulic
Hydrostatic and Hydraulic Start-Up Procedure. (Group
Line—Torque.................................................................................63 N·m
0360.)
46 lb.-ft.
-6 ORFS Hydraulic
Line—Torque.................................................................................37 N·m
27 lb.-ft.
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Hydrostatic Motor, Park Brake and Gearbox


Disassemble (S.N. —192141)
This procedure is used for tracked machines.
NOTE: Internal components of the gearbox are

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not serviced individually.

1. Remove hydrostatic motor, park brake and gearbox


from machine. See Hydrostatic Motor, Park Brake
and Gearbox Remove and Install (S.N. —192141).
(Group 0360.)
2. Clean exterior of hydrostatic motor, park brake and
gearbox housing before disassembling. Gearbox End Cover

3. Remove plugs (1) from gearbox end cover (3) and


1— Plug (3 used) 3— End Cover
drain oil. 2— Snap Ring
4. Remove snap ring (2) and remove end cover.
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5. Remove sun gear (4) from drive shaft (5).


6. Place hydrostatic motor, park brake and gearbox on
bench with gearbox housing facing downward.
7. Scribe or mark a line across hydrostatic motor and
park brake housings to aid in assembly.

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4— Sun Gear 5— Drive Shaft

Gearbox

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8. Remove motor end cover cap screws (4). Remove


end cover (6).

4— Cap Screw (8 used) 6— End Cover

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Hydrostatic Motor End Cover

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9. Remove and discard O-ring (9).


10. Drain remaining oil from motor housing.
11. Remove shuttle valve plug (12).

9— O-Ring 13— Flushing Valve Plug

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12— Shuttle Valve Plug

Distributor Housing

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12. Remove shuttle valve assembly (14—18). Remove


spring (18) using a magnet.

12— Shuttle Valve Plug 16— Washer


14— O-Ring 17— Spool
15— Spring 18— Spring

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Shuttle Valve Assembly

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13. Remove flushing valve plug (13).


14. Remove flushing valve assembly (19—22). Remove
poppet (22) and shim (21) using a magnet.

13— Flushing Valve Plug 21— Shim

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19— O-Ring 22— Poppet
20— Spring

Flushing Valve Assembly

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15. Remove cap screws (23 and 24). Remove distributor


housing.
16. Mark position of distributor in housing using a marking
pen.
IMPORTANT: Do not damage distributor timing

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face or locating pin.
Distributor has springs located around top end.
Do not lose springs when removing distributor.

17. Gently tap locating pin (25) with soft steel drift to
remove distributor from housing.
Distributor Housing
18. Remove cap screw (26) attaching cam ring to
distributor housing and remove cam ring.
23— Cap Screw (2 used) 25— Distributor Locating Pin
24— Cap Screw (8 used) 26— Cap Screw

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19. Remove seals (27 and 28) from distributor.

27— Seal (2 used) 28— Seal

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Distributor

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20. Remove seal (31) and O-rings (32 and 33) from
distributor housing.

31— Seal 33— O-Ring


32— O-Ring

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Distributor Housing

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21. Remove cylinder block (34).


22. Remove O-rings (32 and 33) from park brake housing.
23. Remove cylinder block spacer from bearing.

32— O-Ring 34— Cylinder Block

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33— O-Ring

Cylinder Block

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IMPORTANT: Apply only 2—4 tons of pressure


to remove snap ring (35). Applying more
pressure can damage bearing (36).

24. Using a press, remove large snap ring from park brake
housing. Support drive shaft (5) from below and press

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bearing.
25. Gently tap drive shaft out of park brake housing.
26. Remove bearing retainer snap ring from drive shaft.
27. Press bearing off of drive shaft.
28. Remove brake piston needle bearing from drive shaft.
Snap Ring Removal

5— Drive Shaft (supported) 36— Bearing


35— Snap Ring

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29. Remove bearing support ring (37) from park brake


housing.
30. Remove disc spring (38). Note position of disc spring
before removing.
31. Remove brake piston assembly (39).
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32. Remove brake disc stack (40). Keep discs in correct


order for assembly.

37— Bearing Support Ring 39— Brake Piston Assembly


38— Disc Spring 40— Brake Disc Stack

Park Brake Housing

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33. Separate seal ring (41) from brake piston (42).


34. Remove seal (44) from seal ring.
35. Remove seals (45 and 46) from brake piston.

41— Seal Ring 44— Seal

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42— Brake Piston 45— Seal
43— Brake Pin (6 used) 46— Seal

Brake Piston Assembly

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36. Remove brake piston pins (43) from brake piston (42)
and remove O-rings (47 and 48).

42— Brake Piston 47— O-Ring (6 used)


43— Brake Piston Pin (6 used) 48— O-Ring (6 used)

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Brake Piston

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37. Remove shaft seal (49) from inside of housing.

49— Shaft Seal

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Shaft Seal

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Hydrostatic Motor, Park Brake and Gearbox


Assemble (S.N. —192141)
This procedure is used for tracked machines.
1. Clean and inspect parts. Repair or replace parts as

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necessary.
NOTE: Apply clean hydraulic oil to parts for
aid in assembly.

2. Install shaft seal (49) in housing.

49— Shaft Seal


Shaft Seal

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3. Install O-rings (47 and 48) on brake pins (43) and


install pins in brake piston (42).

42— Brake Piston 47— O-Ring (6 used)


43— Brake Pin (6 used) 48— O-Ring (6 used)

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Brake Piston

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4. Install seals (45 and 46) on brake piston (42).


5. Install seal (44) on seal ring (41).
6. Assemble seal ring and brake piston together.

41— Seal Ring 44— Seal

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42— Brake Piston 45— Seal
43— Brake Pin (6 used) 46— Seal

Brake Piston Assembly

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7. Press needle bearing in brake piston assembly.


Compare needle bearing depth (50) to specification.
Specification
Needle Bearing—Depth............................................................... 3.5 mm
0.14 in.

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50— Needle Bearing Depth

Needle Bearing Depth

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8. Install brake disc stack (40) into park brake housing.


IMPORTANT: Align brake disc splines with park brake
drive shaft and sun gear with planet gears
to prevent misalignment during assembly.
Do not damage shaft seal when installing

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park brake drive shaft. Splines on shaft can
damage seal during installation.

9. Install drive shaft (5) and align brake disc splines.


10. Install sun gear on drive shaft to align sun gear with
planet gears.
11. Install brake piston assembly (39) in park brake Park Brake and Drive Shaft Components
housing.
12. Install disc spring (38) concave side up.
13. Install bearing support ring (37). Gently tap in place
with rubber hammer.

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14. Install bearing (36) on drive shaft.
IMPORTANT: Apply only 2—4 tons of pressure to
install snap ring. Applying more pressure
can damage bearing.

15. Using a press, seat bearing and install snap ring


(35). Press on bearing with appropriate press disc
to compress park brake assembly for snap ring Snap Ring Installation
installation.
16. Install bearing retainer snap ring (51) on drive shaft.

CAUTION: Avoid possible crushing or pinching


injury. Support gearbox housing to prevent

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hydrostatic motor, park brake and gearbox
from tipping over when filling with lubricant
and installing gearbox end cover.

17. Set motor, park brake and gearbox on bench with


gearbox up.
18. Fill gearbox with appropriate oil. See Hydrostatic
Cylinder Block
Planetary Gearbox Oil. (Operator's Manual.)
19. Install gearbox end cover, snap ring and plugs. 5— Drive Shaft 37— Bearing Support Ring
32— O-Ring 38— Disc Spring
20. Turn motor, park brake and gearbox back over (with 33— O-Ring 39— Brake Piston Assembly
gearbox end cover facing downward). 34— Cylinder Block 40— Brake Disc Stack
35— Snap Ring 51— Snap Ring
21. Install O-rings (32 and 33) in park brake housing. 36— Bearing 52— Cylinder Block Spacer

22. Install cylinder block spacer (52) on bearing.


23. Install cylinder block (34) on drive shaft with timing
face up.
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24. Install seals (27 and 28) in distributor.

27— Seal (2 used) 28— Seal

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Distributor

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25. Install seal (31) in distributor housing.


IMPORTANT: Allow seals to relax for a minimum of
20 minutes after installation before assembling
distributor in distributor housing. This delay will
prevent damage resulting from stretched seals.

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26. Align pin in top of distributor with locating hole in
distributor housing. Install distributor.
IMPORTANT: Do not damage distributor timing face
or locating pin during assembly.

27. Carefully press distributor into housing.


Distributor Housing
28. Install O-rings (32 and 33) in distributor housing.
31— Seal 33— O-Ring
32— O-Ring

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29. Install cam ring to distributor housing.


30. Apply PM37418 Thread Lock and Sealer (medium
strength) to cap screw (26). Tighten cap screw to
specification.
Specification

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Cam Ring Cap
Screw—Torque..............................................................................15 N·m
135 lb-in.

31. Install cam ring and distributor housing assembly.


32. Apply PM37418 Thread Lock and Sealer (medium
strength) to cap screws (23 and 24). Tighten cap
screws evenly to specification. Distributor Housing

Distributor Housing—Specification
23— Cap Screw (2 used) 25— Distributor Locating Pin
Cap Screw
24— Cap Screw (8 used) 26— Cap Screw
(23)—Torque............................................................................152.5 N·m
112 lb-ft
Cap Screw
(24)—Torque.................................................................................90 N·m
65 lb-ft

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33. Apply one drop of PM37418 Thread Lock and Sealer


(medium strength) to plug (13) threads. Install flushing
valve assembly (19—22) and plug (13). Tighten plug
to specification.
Specification

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Flushing Valve
Plug—Torque.................................................................................30 N·m
20 lb-ft

13— Flushing Valve Plug 21— Shim


19— O-Ring 22— Poppet
20— Spring

Flushing Valve Assembly

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34. Install shuttle valve assembly (14—18) and plug (12).


Tighten plug to specification.
Specification
Shuttle Valve
Plug—Torque.................................................................................40 N·m
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30 lb-ft

35. Install motor end cover O-ring.

12— Shuttle Valve Plug 16— Washer


14— O-Ring 17— Spool
15— Spring 18— Spring

Shuttle Valve Assembly

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36. Install motor end cover (6).


37. Apply PM37418 Thread Lock and Sealer (medium
strength) to cap screws (4). Tighten cap screws evenly
to specification.
Specification

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Motor End Cover Cap
Screw—Torque...........................................................................42.5 N·m
31 lb-ft

38. Install hydrostatic motor, park brake and gearbox. See


Hydrostatic Motor, Park Brake and Gearbox Remove
and Install (S.N. —192141). (Group 0360.)
Hydrostatic Motor End Cover
4— Motor End Cover Cap 6— Motor End Cover
Screw (8 used)

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Hydrostatic Motor, Park Brake and Gearbox


Disassemble—Two Speed (S.N. —192141)
This procedure is used for tracked machines.
NOTE: Internal components of the gearbox are

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not serviced individually.

1. Remove hydrostatic motor, park brake and gearbox


from machine. See Hydrostatic Motor, Park Brake
and Gearbox Remove and Install (S.N. —192141).
(Group 0360.)
2. Clean exterior of hydrostatic motor, park brake and
gearbox housing before disassembling. Gearbox End Cover

3. Remove plugs (1) from gearbox end cover (3) and


1— Plug (3 used) 3— Gearbox End Cover
drain oil. 2— Snap Ring
4. Remove snap ring (2) and remove end cover.
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5. Remove sun gear (4) from drive shaft (5).


6. Place hydrostatic motor, park brake and gearbox on
bench with gearbox housing facing downward.
7. Scribe or mark a line across hydrostatic motor and
park brake housing to aid in assembly.
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4— Sun Gear 5— Drive Shaft

Gearbox

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8. Remove motor end cover cap screws (6 and 7).


Remove end cover (8).

6— Cap Screw (8 used) 8— End Cover


7— Cap Screw

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Hydrostatic Motor End Cover

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9. Remove and discard O-rings (9 and 10).


10. Remove speed shift spool (11).
11. Drain remaining oil from motor housing.
12. Remove shuttle valve plug (12).

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9— O-Ring 12— Shuttle Valve Plug
10— O-Ring 13— Flushing Valve Plug
11— Speed Shift Spool

Distributor Housing

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13. Remove shuttle valve components (14—18). Remove


spring (18) using a magnet.

12— Shuttle Valve Plug 16— Washer


14— O-Ring 17— Spool
15— Spring 18— Spring

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Shuttle Valve Assembly

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14. Remove flushing valve plug (13).


15. Remove flushing valve components (19—22).
Remove shim (21) and poppet (22) using a magnet.

13— Flushing Valve Plug 21— Shim

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19— O-Ring 22— Poppet
20— Spring

Flushing Valve Assembly

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16. Remove cap screws (23 and 24). Remove distributor


housing.
17. Mark position of distributor in housing using a marking
pen.
IMPORTANT: Do not damage distributor timing

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face or locating pin.
Distributor has springs located around top end.
Do not lose springs when removing distributor.

18. Gently tap distributor locating pin (25) with a soft steel
drift to remove distributor from housing.
Distributor Housing
19. Remove cap screw (26) attaching cam ring to
distributor housing and remove cam ring.
23— Cap Screw (2 used) 25— Distributor Locating Pin
24— Cap Screw (8 used) 26— Cap Screw

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20. Remove seals (27 and 28) from distributor.

27— Seal 28— Seal

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Distributor

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21. Remove seals (29—31) and O-rings (32 and 33) from
distributor housing.

29— Seal (2 used) 32— O-Ring


30— Seal 33— O-Ring
31— Seal

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Distributor Housing

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22. Remove cylinder block (34).


23. Remove O-rings (32 and 33) from park brake housing.

32— O-Ring 34— Cylinder Block


33— O-Ring

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Cylinder Block

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IMPORTANT: Apply only 2—4 tons of pressure to


remove snap ring. Applying more pressure
can damage bearing.

24. Using a press, remove large snap ring (35) from park
brake housing. Support drive shaft (5) from below and

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press bearing.
25. Gently tap drive shaft out of park brake housing.
26. Remove bearing retainer snap ring from drive shaft.
27. Press bearing (36) off drive shaft.
28. Remove brake piston needle bearing from drive shaft.
Snap Ring Removal

5— Drive Shaft (supported) 36— Bearing


35— Snap Ring

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29. Remove bearing support ring (37) from park brake


housing.
30. Remove disk spring (38). Note position of disk spring
before removing.
31. Remove brake piston assembly (39).

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32. Remove brake disk stack (40). Keep disks in correct
order for assembly.

37— Bearing Support Ring 39— Brake Piston Assembly


38— Disc Spring 40— Brake Disk Stack

Park Brake Housing

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33. Separate seal ring (41) from brake piston (42).


34. Remove seal (44) from seal ring.
35. Remove seals (45 and 46) from brake piston.

41— Seal Ring 44— Seal

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42— Brake Piston 45— Seal
43— Brake Pin (6 used) 46— Seal

Brake Piston Assembly

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36. Remove brake piston pins (43) from brake piston (42)
and remove O-rings (47 and 48).

42— Brake Piston 47— O-Ring (6 used)


43— Brake Piston Pin (6 used) 48— O-Ring (6 used)

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Brake Piston

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37. Remove shaft seal (49) from inside of housing.

49— Shaft Seal

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Shaft Seal

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Hydrostatic Motor, Park Brake and Gearbox


Assemble—Two Speed (S.N. —192141)
This procedure is used for tracked machines.
1. Clean and inspect parts. Repair or replace parts as

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necessary.
NOTE: Apply clean hydraulic oil to parts for
aid in assembly.

2. Install shaft seal (49) in housing.

49— Shaft Seal


Shaft Seal

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3. Install O-rings (47 and 48) on brake pins (43) and


install pins in brake piston (42).

42— Brake Piston 47— O-Ring (6 used)


43— Brake Pin (6 used) 48— O-Ring (6 used)

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Brake Piston

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4. Install seals (45 and 46) on brake piston (42).


5. Install seal (44) on seal ring (41).
6. Assemble seal ring and brake piston together.

41— Seal Ring 44— Seal

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42— Brake Piston 45— Seal
43— Brake Pin (6 used) 46— Seal

Brake Piston Assembly

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7. Press needle bearing in brake piston assembly.


Compare needle bearing depth (50) to specification.
Specification
Needle Bearing—Depth............................................................... 3.5 mm
0.14 in.

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50— Needle Bearing Depth

Needle Bearing Depth

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8. Install brake disk stack (40) into park brake housing.


IMPORTANT: Align brake disk splines with park brake
drive shaft and sun gear with planet gears
to prevent misalignment during assembly.
Do not damage shaft seal when installing

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park brake drive shaft. Splines on shaft can
damage seal during installation.

9. Install drive shaft (5) and align brake disk splines.


10. Install sun gear on drive shaft to align gear with planet
gears.
11. Install brake piston assembly (39) in park brake Park Brake and Drive Shaft Components
housing.
12. Install disk spring (38) concave side up.
13. Install bearing support ring (37). Gently tap in place
with rubber hammer.

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14. Install bearing (36) on drive shaft.
IMPORTANT: Apply only 2—4 tons of pressure to
install snap ring. Applying more pressure
can damage bearing.

15. Using a press, seat bearing and install snap ring


(35). Press on bearing with appropriate press disk
to compress park brake assembly for snap ring Snap Ring Installation
installation.
5— Drive Shaft 38— Disc Spring
16. Install bearing retainer snap ring (51) on drive shaft. 35— Snap Ring 39— Brake Piston Assembly
36— Bearing 40— Brake Disk Stack
CAUTION: Avoid possible crushing or pinching 37— Bearing Support Ring 51— Snap Ring
injury. Support gearbox housing to prevent
hydrostatic motor, park brake and gearbox
from tipping over when filling with lubricant 18. Fill gearbox with appropriate oil. See Hydrostatic
and installing gearbox end cover. Planetary Gearbox Oil. (Operator's Manual.)

17. Set motor, park brake and gearbox on bench with 19. Install gearbox end cover, snap ring and plugs.
gearbox up. 20. Turn motor, park brake and gearbox back over (with
gearbox end cover facing downward).
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21. Install O-rings (32 and 33) in park brake housing.


22. Install cylinder block (34) on drive shaft with timing
face up.

32— O-Ring 34— Cylinder Block


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33— O-Ring

Cylinder Block

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23. Install seals (27 and 28) in distributor.

27— Seal 28— Seal

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Distributor

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24. Install seals (29—31) in distributor housing.


IMPORTANT: Allow seals to relax for a minimum of
20 minutes after installation before assembling
distributor in distributor housing. This delay will
prevent damage resulting from stretched seals.

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25. Align pin in top of distributor with locating hole in
distributor housing. Install distributor.
IMPORTANT: Do not damage distributor timing face
or locating pin during assembly.

26. Carefully press distributor into housing.


Distributor Housing
27. Install O-rings (32 and 33) in distributor housing.
29— Seal (2 used) 32— O-Ring
30— Seal 33— O-Ring
31— Seal

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28. Install cam ring to distributor housing.


29. Apply PM37418 Thread Lock and Sealer (medium
strength) to cap screw (26). Tighten to specification.
Cam—Specification
Cap Screw—Torque......................................................................15 N·m
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130 lb-in.

30. Install cam ring and distributor housing assembly.


31. Apply PM37418 Thread Lock and Sealer (medium
strength) to cap screws (23 and 24). Tighten to
specification.
Distributor Housing—Specification Distributor Housing
Cap Screw
(23)—Torque............................................................................152.5 N·m
23— Cap Screw (2 used) 25— Distributor Locating Pin
112 lb-ft
24— Cap Screw (8 used) 26— Cap Screw
Cap Screw
(24)—Torque.................................................................................90 N·m
65 lb-ft
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32. Apply one drop of PM37418 Thread Lock and Sealer


(medium strength) to flushing valve plug (13) threads.
33. Install flushing valve components (19—22) and
flushing valve plug. Tighten to specification.
Specification

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Flushing Valve
Plug—Torque.................................................................................30 N·m
22 lb-ft

13— Flushing Valve Plug 21— Shim


19— O-Ring 22— Poppet
20— Spring
Flushing Valve Assembly

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34. Install shuttle valve components (14—18) and shuttle


valve plug (12). Tighten to specification.
Specification
Shuttle Valve
Plug—Torque.................................................................................40 N·m

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30 lb-ft

12— Shuttle Valve Plug 16— Washer


14— O-Ring 17— Spool
15— Spring 18— Spring

Shuttle Valve Assembly

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35. Install speed shift spool (11).


36. Install end cover O-rings (9 and 10).

9— O-Ring 12— Shuttle Valve Plug


10— O-Ring 13— Flushing Valve Plug
11— Speed Shift Spool

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Distributor Housing

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37. Install motor end cover (8).


38. Apply PM37418 Thread Lock and Sealer (medium
strength) to cap screws (6 and 7) and tighten to
specification.
Motor End Cover—Specification

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Cap Screw (6)—Torque..............................................................73.5 N·m
55 lb-ft
Cap Screw (7)—Torque..............................................................37.5 N·m
28 lb-ft

39. Install hydrostatic motor, park brake and gearbox in


machine. See Hydrostatic Motor, Park Brake and
Gearbox Remove and Install (S.N. —192141). (Group Motor End Cover
0360.)
6— Cap Screw (8 used) 8— Motor End Cover
7— Cap Screw

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Hydrostatic Motor, Park Brake and Gearbox


Remove and Install (S.N. 192142— )
SPECIFICATIONS
Hydrostatic Motor, Park Brake 98 kg
and Gearbox Assembly Weight 215 lb.
(approximate)
Hydrostatic Motor Cap Screw 220 N·m
Torque 160 lb.-ft.

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-12 ORFS Hydraulic Line Torque 150 N·m
111 lb.-ft.
-8 ORFS Hydraulic Line Torque 63 N·m
46 lb.-ft.
-6 ORFS Hydraulic Line Torque 37 N·m
27 lb.-ft.

This procedure is used for tracked machines.


Track Cover Plates
1. Remove front attachment and park machine on flat,
level surface.
1— Front Cover Plate 3— Cap Screw (6 used)
2. Raise and block machine. See Raising and Blocking 2— Rear Cover Plate
Machine. (Group 1740.)
3. Raise boom and engage boom lock.
6. Remove front and rear track cover plates (1 and 2).
4. Remove rubber track. See Track Remove and Install.
(Group 0130.) 7. Clean dirt and debris away from line connections on
hydrostatic motor.
5. Remove drive sprocket. See Drive Sprocket Remove
and Install. (Group 0130.)
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8. Loosen and remove line clamps (4 and 5) to allow


motor lines to be removed.
9. Tag and disconnect hydraulic lines (6—10) from
hydrostatic motor.
For single speed motors, remove hydraulic line (13)
from motor. Plug all line openings.
10. For EH control machines, remove motor speed sensor
(11) from hydrostatic motor.

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Cover sensor and secure out of the way.

4— Line Clamp 9— Case Drain Line (-8 ORFS)


5— Line Clamp 10— Two Speed Line (-6 ORFS)
6— Line from Hydrostatic 11— Motor Speed Sensor
Pump (-12 ORFS) 13— Single Speed Line (-6
7— Line from Hydrostatic ORFS)
Pump (-12 ORFS)
8— Park Brake Line (-8 ORFS)
Hydrostatic Motor and Lines (right side, EH controls ma-
chine, two speed motor shown)

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Hydrostatic Motor and Lines (right side, EH controls ma-
chine, two speed motor shown)

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Hydrostatic Motor and Lines (right side, manual controls


machine, single speed motor shown)

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NOTE: Fitting removal is necessary to provide clearance


when removing hydrostatic motor from track frame.

11. Remove fittings from hydrostatic motor. Plug all motor


openings.

CAUTION: Prevent possible crushing injury from

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heavy component. Use appropriate lifting device.

12. Attach an appropriate lifting device to hydrostatic


motor.
Specification
Hydrostatic Motor, Park
Brake and Gearbox
Assembly—Weight Hydrostatic Motor and Fittings (right side shown)
(approximate).................................................................................. 98 kg
215 lb. 12— Cap Screw and Washer
(12 used)
NOTE: If necessary, tap on hydrostatic motor housing to
separate motor mounting flange from track frame.
-8 ORFS Hydraulic
13. Remove cap screws and washers (12) mounting Line—Torque.................................................................................63 N·m
hydrostatic motor to track frame. 46 lb.-ft.
-6 ORFS Hydraulic
14. Repair or replace parts as necessary.
Line—Torque.................................................................................37 N·m
• See Hydrostatic Motor, Park Brake and Gearbox 27 lb.-ft.
Disassemble (S.N. 192142— ). (Group 0360.)
19. Install and tighten line clamps.
• See Hydrostatic Motor, Park Brake and Gearbox
Assemble (S.N. 192142— ). (Group 0360.) 20. Install front and rear track cover plates.
15. Clean motor mounting area on track frame and drive 21. Install drive sprocket. See Drive Sprocket Remove
sprocket mounting area on hydrostatic motor. and Install. (Group 0130.)
16. Install hydrostatic motor in track frame and secure with 22. Install rubber track. See Track Remove and Install.
cap screws and washers. (Group 0130.)
Specification
23. Adjust track tension. See Check and Adjust Track
Hydrostatic Motor Cap
Tension. (Group 9020-25.)
Screw—Torque............................................................................220 N·m
160 lb.-ft. 24. Raise machine and remove blocks.
17. For EH control machines, install motor speed sensor. 25. Check hydraulic oil level. See Check Hydraulic
Reservoir Oil Level. (Operator's Manual.)
18. Install hydraulic lines to hydrostatic motor. Tighten all
hydraulic lines to specifications. 26. Release boom lock and lower boom.
Specification
-12 ORFS Hydraulic
Line—Torque...............................................................................150 N·m
111 lb.-ft.
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Hydrostatic Motor, Park Brake and Gearbox and Gearbox Remove and Install (S.N. 192142— ).
Disassemble (S.N. 192142— ) (Group 0360.)

This procedure is used for tracked machines. Specification


Hydrostatic Motor, Park
Gearbox Disassemble Brake and Gearbox
Assembly—Weight
CAUTION: Prevent possible crushing injury from (approximate).................................................................................. 98 kg
heavy component. Use appropriate lifting device. 215 lb

1. Remove hydrostatic motor, park brake and gearbox


from machine. See Hydrostatic Motor, Park Brake

26 1
12
1
3

9
8
7 6
27
5 4
13

1 28

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2

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Gearbox Components
1— Plug (3 used) 6— Input Carrier Assembly 9— Lock Nut 27— O-Ring
2— Snap Ring 7— Thrust Washer 12— Seal Ring (2 used) 28— Thrust Washer
3— Gearbox Housing 8— Output Carrier Assembly 13— O-Ring (2 used)
4— End Cover 26— Motor Spindle Assembly
5— Input Shaft

2. Clean exterior of hydrostatic motor, park brake and


gearbox housing before disassembling.
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3. Remove plugs (1) from gearbox housing (3) and drain


oil.
4. Perform leak test on gearbox to determine leakage
points, as needed. See Gearbox Leakage Test (S.N.
192142— ). (Group 0360.)

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5. Place hydrostatic motor, park brake and gearbox
housing on workbench with gearbox housing up.
Secure to bench.
NOTE: To remove snap ring, first pry open end of
snap ring out of the groove in gearbox housing.
Then hold loose end with pliers and pull snap
ring completely out of the groove. Gearbox Disassemble

6. Remove snap ring (2) and remove end cover (4). 1— Plug (3 used) 3— Gearbox Housing
2— Snap Ring 4— End Cover

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7. Remove input shaft (5).

5— Input Shaft 6— Input Carrier Assembly

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Gearbox Disassemble

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8. Rotate gearbox components using DFT1334 Gearbox


Turning Tool (64). See DFT1334 Gearbox Turning
Tool for instructions on making this tool. (Group 9900.)
Rotate gearbox in both directions. Gearbox
components must rotate at a consistent speed without
binding. If gearbox binds while rotating, inspect
gearbox components during disassembly for cause of
binding.
9. Lift out input carrier assembly (6).

64— DFT1334 Gearbox Turning


Tool

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Rotate Gearbox

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10. Remove thrust washer (7) from output carrier


subassembly (8).
11. Lift out output carrier assembly.

7— Thrust Washer 8— Output Carrier Assembly

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Gearbox Disassemble

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12. Cover input shaft hole (11) inside gearbox to prevent


contamination of hydrostatic motor.
13. Remove lock nut (9) using DFT1333 Lock Nut Wrench
(10). See DFT1333 Lock Nut Wrench for instructions
on making this tool. (Group 9900.)

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CAUTION: Prevent possible crushing injury from
heavy component. Use appropriate lifting device.

14. Remove gearbox housing from motor spindle


assembly (26).
Specification
Gearbox Disassemble
Gearbox
Housing—Weight
(approximate).................................................................................. 27 kg
60 lb

9— Lock Nut 11— Input Shaft Hole

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10— DFT1333 Lock Nut Wrench

Lock Nut Removal

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NOTE: Metal face seals are matching sets with each side
consisting of a seal ring (12) and O-ring (13).
Metal face seals can be reused if they are not worn
or damaged. Used seals must be kept together as
a set because of wear patterns on seal ring faces.

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15. Remove metal face seals from gearbox housing and
motor spindle assembly. Keep seal rings together as
a matched set with seal ring faces together to protect
surfaces.
16. Inspect metal face seals. See Inspect Metal Face
Seals. (Group 0130.)
Gearbox Disassemble
17. Inspect gearbox components, inner and outer
bearings, and motor spindle for wear or damage. 12— Seal Ring 13— O-Ring
Replace as necessary.
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Park Brake Disassemble


1. Remove gearbox housing and components as detailed
in previous procedure.
2. Install DFT1335 Park Brake Spring Compressor (14)
to motor spindle assembly. See DFT1335 Park Brake
Spring Compressor for instructions on making this
tool. (Group 9900.)

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3. Tighten nuts on DFT1335 to compress park brake
springs enough to remove snap ring (15).

14— DFT1335 Park Brake 15— Snap Ring


Spring Compressor

Park Brake Disassemble

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4. Loosen nuts on DFT1335 and release spring tension,


but do not remove tool from motor spindle assembly.
5. Remove plug from park brake port XB (16) on
hydrostatic motor. Apply approximately 30 kPa (3 bar)
(40 psi) air pressure to park brake port to remove
spring retainer (17).

16— Park Brake Port XB 17— Spring Retainer

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Park Brake Disassemble

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Park Brake Components
15— Snap Ring 19— Bottom Spring Retainer 22— Spacer Plate (10 used) 24— Coupling
17— Spring Retainer 20— Disk Spacer 23— Brake Disks (9 used)
18— Disk Spring (3 used) 21— Washer

6. Remove DFT1335 from motor spindle assembly.


Remove spring retainer.
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7. Note orientation of three disk springs (18), and remove


disk springs from park brake housing (25).

18— Disk Spring (3 used) 25— Park Brake Housing

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Park Brake Disassemble

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NOTE: A 90° pick can be used to remove disk spacer


(20) from park brake housing.

8. Remove bottom spring retainer (19) and disk spacer


(20).

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19— Bottom Spring Retainer 20— Disk Spacer

Park Brake Disassemble

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Park Brake Disassemble

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9. Remove washer (21), spacer plates (22), and brake


disks (23).
10. Remove coupling (24).
11. Inspect park brake components for wear or damage.

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Replace as necessary.

21— Washer 23— Brake Disks (9 used)


22— Spacer Plate (10 used) 24— Coupling

Park Brake Disassemble

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Hydrostatic Motor Disassemble


1. Position motor spindle assembly on work bench with
motor end cover (30) facing up.
NOTE: Depending on motor position on machine (right

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or left), either port X1 or X2 will have line fitting
and other port will have plug (32).

2. Remove plugs (31 and 32) from motor end cover.


Remove and discard O-rings.

30— Motor End Cover 33— Plug (with O-ring) (2 used)


31— Plug (with O-ring) (2 used) 37— Plug (with O-ring)
32— Plug (with O-ring) Hydrostatic Motor Disassemble

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3. Remove plugs (33) for closed-loop shuttle spool.


Remove springs (34), washers (35), and shuttle spool
(36). Remove and discard O-rings.

33— Plug (with O-ring) (2 used) 35— Washer (2 used)

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34— Spring (2 used) 36— Shuttle Spool

Closed-Loop Shuttle Spool Components

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4. Remove plug (37) for motor relief valve. Remove


spring (38) and valve (39). Remove and discard O-ring.
NOTE: Motor end cover is under spring pressure.
Alternately loosen cap screws when removing cover.

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5. Remove seven end cap screws securing motor end
cover.
6. Remove cover. Remove and discard gasket.

37— Plug (with O-ring) 39— Valve


38— Spring

Motor Relief Valve Components

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7. Lay motor spindle assembly on its side with access


to both ends of assembly.
8. Install DFT1336 Bias Spring Compressor (40). See
DFT1336 Bias Spring Compressor for instructions on
making this tool. (Group 9900.)
NOTE: The swash plate needs to be moved in order to

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remove rotating group assembly and motor shaft.

9. Tighten nuts on DFT1336 to compress bias piston (42)


and bias spring (41) to rotate swash plate. Compress
bias spring approximately 8 mm (0.32 in.), or enough
to allow removal of rotating group and swash plate.

40— DFT1336 Bias Spring 43— Rotating Group Assembly Hydrostatic Motor Disassemble
Compressor 46— Shaft
41— Bias Spring
42— Bias Piston

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10. Remove rotating group assembly (43) from motor


housing. Make sure all parts of rotating group
assembly are removed from motor housing.

50— Cylinder Block Assembly 53— Thrust Washer

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51— Pin Retainer 54— Retainer Guide
52— Pin (4 used, 319D and 55— Piston and Retainer
323D machines; 3 used, Assembly
329D and 333D machines)

Rotating Group Assembly—319D and 323D Machines

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Rotating Group Assembly—329D and 333D Machines

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11. On park brake housing (25) side of motor spindle


assembly, remove snap ring (47).
12. Remove shaft (46) from motor spindle assembly.

25— Park Brake Housing 47— Snap Ring

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46— Shaft

Hydrostatic Motor Disassemble

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13. Remove swash plate (44) from bias piston.


14. Loosen nuts on DFT1336 to release tension on bias
spring. Remove DFT and remove bias piston and bias
spring from motor.
15. Remove swash plate, thrust plate (48) and swash
plate bearings (45).

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16. Inspect hydrostatic motor components for wear or
damage. Replace as necessary. See Hydrostatic
Motor, Park Brake and Gearbox Inspection (S.N.
192142— ). (Group 0360.)

44— Swash Plate 48— Thrust Plate


45— Swash Plate Bearing (2
used) Hydrostatic Motor Disassemble

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Swash Plate Components

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Hydrostatic Motor, Park Brake and Gearbox


Inspection (S.N. 192142— )
General Information
After disassembly, clean all parts (including motor end

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cover and motor and spindle assembly) with clean solvent
and allow to air dry.
Blow out oil passages in the motor and spindle assembly
and motor end cover with compressed air.
Inspect parts in a clean area and keep all parts free from
contamination.
Piston and Slipper
Clean and dry parts again after any rework or resurfacing.
Pistons and Slippers 56— Slipper

NOTE: Piston and slippers are not serviced separately,


but as part of the rotating group assembly. Slipper Foot—Thickness
Replace assembly if any components are damaged (minimum)................................................................................ 3.734 mm
or not within specification. 0.147 in.

Inspect the pistons for damage and discoloration. Piston 329D and 333D—Specification
discoloration may indicate excessive heat; do not reuse. Slipper—End Play.................................................................... 0.152 mm
0.006 in.
Inspect the running surface of the slippers. Replace Slipper Foot—Thickness
if piston assemblies are scored or have excessively (minimum).................................................................................. 3.66 mm
rounded slipper edges. Replace if slippers are worn or if 0.144 in.
pistons have excessive end play.
319D and 323D—Specification
Slipper—End Play.................................................................... 0.152 mm
0.006 in.
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Retainer Guide and Piston Retainer


NOTE: Retainer guide and piston retainer are not
serviced separately, but as part of the rotating group
assembly. Replace assembly if any components
are damaged or not within specification.

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Inspect retainer guide (54) for nicks, scratches, or scoring.
Examine for discoloration that would indicate excessive
heat or lack of lubrication.
The piston retainer (57) should be flat and slippers should
fit in retainer with minimal side play.
Rotating Group Assembly
54— Retainer Guide 57— Piston Retainer

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Cylinder Block
NOTE: Cylinder block is not serviced separately, but
as part of the rotating group assembly. Replace
assembly if any components are damaged
or not within specification.

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Inspect cylinder block-to-valve plate contact surface.
Surface should be smooth and free of scratches or
grooves. Measure cylinder block thickness and diameter
of piston bores.
319D and 323D—Specification
Cylinder Block—Thick-
ness (minimum)........................................................................ 54.74 mm Cylinder Block Valve Plate Surface
2.155 in.
Piston Bore—Diameter Piston Bore—Diameter
(maximum)........................................................................... 17.9782 mm (maximum)........................................................................... 17.9782 mm
0.7078 in. 0.7078 in.

329D and 333D—Specification


Cylinder Block—Thick-
ness (minimum)........................................................................ 60.62 mm
2.387 in.
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Shaft and Bearing


NOTE: Bearing is not serviced separately, but as part
of shaft and bearing assembly.

Inspect shaft splines for wear or damage.

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Inspect the step in shaft where the cylinder block splines
contact the cylinder block spring washer. Inspect shaft
surface that contacts shaft seal. Replace shaft if seal
contact surface is grooved. Clean the seal contact surface
with a nonabrasive material, as needed.
Lubricate bearing with hydraulic fluid. Inspect for wear
or pitting. Rotate bearing to check for smooth operation. Shaft and Bearing
Replace the bearing if damage is evident.
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Needle Bearings
NOTE: Needle bearings are not serviced separately,
but as part of motor end cover assembly or
park brake assembly.

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Inspect needle bearings for wear or pitting. Rotate
bearings. Replace if bearings do not rotate smoothly.

58— Motor End Cover Needle 59— Spring Retainer Needle


Bearing Bearing

Motor End Cover

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Spring Retainer

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Thrust Plate
Inspect the thrust plate slipper contact surface for flatness
and brass transfer. Replace thrust plate if scratches or
wear are found.

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Thrust Plate

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Valve Plate
Inspect the valve plate for scratches and grooves. Inspect
the valve plate for evidence of cavitation along both faces
of the plate. If pitting from cavitation is found, replace the
valve plate.

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Check for excess wear on the brass running face. If brass
running face has any discoloration or burn marks, replace
the valve plate.
Run a fingernail or pencil across the sealing land surfaces
(60). No deep or outstanding grooves are allowed.
Lapping is acceptable to restore the surface condition Valve Plate
as long as the valve plate remains within thickness
specification. Replace valve plate if lapping will not
restore it to usable condition. 60— Sealing Land Surface (2
used)
319D and 323D—Specification
Valve Plate—Thickness
(minimum).................................................................................. 4.95 mm
0.195 in.
Make sure that valve plate flatness meets specification.
Inspect valve plate for cracks (such as using magnetic
329D and 333D—Specification particle inspection). Replace valve plate if there are any
Valve Plate—Thickness cracks or excessive wear.
(minimum).................................................................................. 4.96 mm
319D and 323D—Specification
0.195 in.
Valve Plate—Out-of-Flat
Make sure that valve plate parallelism meets specification. (maximum)............................................................................. 0.0076 mm
Appearance of valve plate should be flat and smooth on 0.00030 in.
both running face and bottom surface. 329D and 333D—Specification
319D and 323D—Specification Valve Plate—Out-of-Flat
Valve Plate—Parallelism (maximum)............................................................................. 0.0076 mm
(maximum)............................................................................... 0.025 mm 0.00030 in.
0.00098 in.

329D and 333D—Specification


Valve Plate—Parallelism
(maximum)............................................................................... 0.025 mm
0.00098 in.
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Motor End Cover


Inspect motor end cover, checking machined surfaces
for scratches, pits or wear. Replace if end cover is worn
or damaged.
Swash Plate, Swash Plate Bearings, and Housing TX1082203A —UN—23SEP10

NOTE: Swash plate, swash plate bearings, and motor


housing are not serviced separately.

Inspect machined surfaces of swash plate for wear.


Make sure swash plate surfaces are smooth, and without
excessive brass transfer from slippers. Check bearing
sockets for scratches. Motor End Cover

Inspect swash plate bearings for damage or excessive bearing sockets and motor end cover mounting surface
wear. Feel for scratches or roughness. for excessive wear.
Inspect motor housing to make sure it is clean and Inspect condition of park brake housing spline and threads.
free of contamination and debris. Inspect swash plate
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Hydraulic System

Hydrostatic Motor, Park Brake and Gearbox


Assemble (S.N. 192142— )
This procedure is used for tracked machines.
Hydrostatic Motor Assemble

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1. Coat all parts with clean hydraulic oil prior to assembly.
2. Install new seal (61) and backup ring (62) on bias
piston (42).
3. Lay motor spindle assembly on its side with access
to both ends of assembly.
Bias Piston and Bias Spring
41— Bias Spring 61— Seal
42— Bias Piston 62— Backup Ring

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4. Install bias piston (42) and bias spring (41) in motor


housing.
5. Install DFT1336 Bias Spring Compressor (40). See
DFT1336 Bias Spring Compressor for instructions on
making this tool. (Group 9900.)

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6. Tighten nuts on DFT1336 to compress bias piston and
bias spring. Compress bias spring approximately 8
mm (0.32 in.), or enough to allow installation of swash
plate.

40— DFT1336 Bias Spring 42— Bias Piston


Compressor
41— Bias Spring Hydrostatic Motor Assemble

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Hydraulic System

7. Install swash plate bearings (45), swash plate (44),


and thrust plate (48) in motor housing.

44— Swash Plate 48— Thrust Plate


45— Swash Plate Bearing (2
used)

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Swash Plate Components

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Hydrostatic Motor Assemble

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8. On park brake housing (25) side of motor spindle


assembly, install shaft (46).
9. Install snap ring (47) in motor spindle assembly.

25— Park Brake Housing 47— Snap Ring

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46— Shaft

Hydrostatic Motor Assemble

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10. Assemble rotating group. Align splines of cylinder


block assembly (50), retainer guide (54), and thrust
washer (53) (319D and 323D machines only).

50— Cylinder Block Assembly 53— Thrust Washer

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51— Pin Retainer 54— Retainer Guide
52— Pin (4 used, 319D and 55— Piston and Retainer
323D machines; 3 used, Assembly
329D and 333D machines)

Rotating Group Assembly—319D and 323D Machines

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Rotating Group Assembly—329D and 333D Machines

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NOTE: Tilt motor housing slightly downward when


installing rotating group to make sure that pistons
do not slide forward and prevent rotating group from
fully contacting thrust plate on swash plate.

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11. Install rotating group on shaft, making sure that
rotating group slides completely on to shaft.
12. Loosen nuts on DFT1336 to release tension on bias
spring. Remove DFT.
13. Position motor spindle assembly on work bench with
motor housing facing up.
14. Grease and install valve plate to end cover. Rotating Group Installation

15. Install new gasket to motor housing and install motor


end cover. 329D and 333D—Specification
Motor End Cover Cap
NOTE: Motor end cover is under spring pressure.
Screws (10 mm internal
Alternately tighten cap screws when installing cover.
hex wrench)—Torque.................................................................. 111 N·m
82 lb.-ft.
16. Tighten motor end cover cap screws to specification.
319D and 323D—Specification
Motor End Cover Cap
Screws (8 mm internal
hex wrench)—Torque....................................................................64 N·m
47 lb.-ft.
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17. Install new O-ring on plug (37) for motor relief valve.
Install valve (39) and spring (38). Install plug and
tighten to specification.
Specification
Motor Relief Valve Plug

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(37)—Torque.................................................................................38 N·m
28 lb.-ft.

37— Plug (with O-ring) 39— Valve


38— Spring

Motor Relief Valve Components

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18. Install new O-rings on plugs (33) for closed-loop shuttle


spool. Install shuttle spool (36), washers (35), and
springs (34). Install plugs and tighten to specification.
Specification
Closed-Loop

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Shuttle Spool Plug
(33)—Torque.................................................................................45 N·m
33 lb.-ft.

33— Plug (with O-ring) (2 used) 35— Washer (2 used)


34— Spring (2 used) 36— Shuttle Spool

Closed-Loop Shuttle Spool Components

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NOTE: Depending on motor position on machine (right


or left), either port X1 or X2 will have line fitting
and other port will have plug (32).

19. Install new O-rings on plugs (31 and 32). Install plugs

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in motor end cover and tighten to specifications.
Specification
Plug (31)—Torque.........................................................................21 N·m
186 lb.-in.
Plug (32)—Torque.........................................................................43 N·m
32 lb.-ft.

30— Motor End Cover 33— Plug (with O-ring) (2 used)


Hydrostatic Motor Assemble
31— Plug (with O-ring) (2 used) 37— Plug (with O-ring)
32— Plug (with O-ring)

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Park Brake Assemble

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Park Brake Components
15— Snap Ring 19— Bottom Spring Retainer 22— Spacer Plate (10 used) 24— Coupling
17— Spring Retainer 20— Disk Spacer 23— Brake Disks (9 used)
18— Disk Spring (3 used) 21— Washer

1. Position motor spindle assembly on work bench with 2. Coat all parts with clean hydraulic oil prior to assembly.
motor housing facing down (park brake housing up).
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3. Install bottom spacer plate (22) in park brake housing.

22— Spacer Plate 25— Park Brake Housing

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Park Brake Assemble

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4. Install coupling (24) in park brake housing with snap


ring down.
5. Install remaining spacer plates (22), brake disks (23),
and washer (21).

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21— Washer 23— Brake Disks (9 used)
22— Spacer Plate (10 used) 24— Coupling

Park Brake Assemble

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6. Install disk spacer (20) and bottom spring retainer (19).

19— Bottom Spring Retainer 20— Disk Spacer

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Park Brake Assemble

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Park Brake Assemble

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PN=149
Hydraulic System

7. Install three disk springs (18) in original orientation in


park brake housing (25).

18— Disk Spring (3 used) 25— Park Brake Housing

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Park Brake Assemble

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8. Lay spring retainer (17) and snap ring (15) on top of


park brake housing.
9. Install DFT1335 Park Brake Spring Compressor (14)
to motor spindle assembly. See DFT1335 Park Brake
Spring Compressor for instructions on making this
tool. (Group 9900.)

TX1082894A —UN—11OCT10
IMPORTANT: Avoid damage to spring retainer seal.
Alternately tighten nuts on DFT1335 to prevent
spring retainer from tilting during installation.

10. Alternately tighten nuts on DFT1335 to compress park


brake springs enough to install snap ring (15).
11. Remove DFT1335 from motor spindle assembly.
Park Brake Assemble

14— DFT1335 Park Brake 17— Spring Retainer


Spring Compressor
15— Snap Ring

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Gearbox Assemble

26 1
12
1
3

9
8
7 6
27
5 4
13

1 28

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2

TX1082027
Gearbox Components
1— Plug (3 used) 6— Input Carrier Assembly 9— Lock Nut 27— O-Ring
2— Snap Ring 7— Thrust Washer 12— Seal Ring (2 used) 28— Thrust Washer
3— Gearbox Housing 8— Output Carrier Assembly 13— O-Ring (2 used)
4— End Cover 26— Motor Spindle Assembly
5— Input Shaft

1. Position motor spindle assembly on work bench with 3. Thoroughly clean O-rings (13) and seal bore surfaces
motor housing (26) facing down (park brake housing in gearbox housing (3) and motor spindle assembly
up). Secure to bench. using volatile, non-petroleum base solvent and lint-free
cloth.
2. Cover input shaft hole inside gearbox to prevent
contamination of hydrostatic motor. 4. Wipe finger prints and foreign material off seal ring
(12) faces using clean oil and lint-free tissues. Using a
IMPORTANT: Metal face seal O-rings and seat foam brush or lint-free cloth, apply a thin film of SAE
surfaces for O-rings must be clean, dry, and oil 80W90 gear oil to each seal ring face.
free so O-rings do not slip when roller is turning.
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5. Install metal face seals in gearbox housing and motor


spindle assembly. Apply equal pressure with fingers
at four equally spaced points on seal ring face. Seal
must pop down into place so O-ring is tight against
seal bore. A volatile, non-petroleum base solvent may

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be used as a lubricant.
6. Visually inspect all seal surfaces to make sure that
metal face seals are seated properly and seal ring
faces are free of finger prints and any foreign material.

CAUTION: Prevent possible crushing injury from


heavy component. Use appropriate lifting device.
Gearbox Assemble
7. Install gearbox housing on motor spindle assembly.
Specification 12— Seal Ring 13— O-Ring
Gearbox
Housing—Weight
(approximate).................................................................................. 27 kg
60 lb
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8. If necessary, gently tap bearing cone (63) down to


expose threads on park brake housing (25).
9. Install lock nut (9) with ground side toward bearing
cone.

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25— Park Brake Housing 63— Bearing Cone

Gearbox Assemble

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10. Torque lock nut to specification using DFT1333 Lock


Nut Wrench (10). See DFT1333 Lock Nut Wrench for
instructions on making this tool. (Group 9900.)
Specification
Lock Nut—Initial Torque................................................................15 N·m
TX1081832A —UN—14SEP10

132 lb.-in.

10— DFT1333 Lock Nut Wrench

Lock Nut Install

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Hydraulic System

11. Check and record rolling drag torque of gearbox


housing. Rolling drag torque should be within
specification.
Specification
Gearbox Housing—Initial
Rolling Drag Torque............................................................ 10—13.5 N·m
90—120 lb.-in.

12. Torque lock nut to specification. Rotate gearbox


housing to seat bearings.
Specification
Lock Nut—Torque........................................................................203 N·m
150 lb.-ft.

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13. Re-torque lock nut to specification. If lock nut moves,
rotate gearbox housing again and re-torque to
specification. Repeat step until there is no additional
movement of lock nut.
Specification
Lock Nut—Torque........................................................................203 N·m
150 lb.-ft.
Rolling Drag Torque Check
14. Check and record rolling drag torque of gearbox
housing. Rolling drag torque should be within
specification. Specification
Specification Gearbox
Gearbox Housing—Rolling Drag
Housing—Rolling Drag Torque (maximum)........................................................................26 N·m
Torque........................................................................ 4.5—9 N·m Higher 230 lb.-in.
than Initial Rolling Drag Torque 15. Spray inside of gearbox housing with a rust inhibiting
40—80 lb.-in. Higher than Initial Rolling oil.
Drag Torque
NOTE: Cover was installed earlier in assembly
Rolling drag torque should not exceed maximum procedure to prevent contamination from
specification. If rolling drag torque is more than entering hydrostatic motor.
maximum specification, remove lock nut and check
bearings and metal face seals. 16. Remove cover from input shaft hole.
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17. Install output carrier assembly (8), making sure that


lugs on output carrier assembly fit in slots on lock nut.
18. Coat thrust washer (7) with a light coat of grease and
install on output carrier assembly.
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19. Install input carrier assembly (6).

7— Thrust Washer 8— Output Carrier Assembly

Gearbox Assemble

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PN=153
Hydraulic System

20. Rotate gearbox components using DFT1334 Gearbox


Turning Tool (64). See DFT1334 Gearbox Turning
Tool for instructions on making this tool. (Group 9900.)
Rotate gearbox in both directions. Gearbox
components must rotate at a consistent speed without
binding.

64— DFT1334 Gearbox Turning


Tool

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Rotate Gearbox

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21. Lubricate shaft seal (65) in spring retainer in park


brake housing.
IMPORTANT: Avoid damage to seal. Use care when
installing input shaft in gearbox so shaft
splines do not damage seal.

TX1082988A —UN—12OCT10
22. Carefully install input shaft (5) in gearbox, making sure
to not damage shaft seal.
23. Apply grease to thrust washer (28) and install on end
cover (4).
24. Install new O-ring (27) to end cover.
Lubricate Shaft Seal
NOTE: Make sure at least one plug (1) is removed from
gearbox housing to allow end cover to be installed.
Otherwise, trapped air pressure in gearbox housing 65— Shaft Seal
will prevent end cover from being installed.

25. Install end cover in gearbox housing. Install snap ring Specification
(2). Gearbox
Housing—Capacity......................................................................... 0.79 L
26. Pressure test the gearbox housing to test for seal 27.0 oz.
leakage. See Gearbox Leakage Test (S.N. 192142—
). (Group 0360.) 28. Install hydrostatic motor, park brake and gearbox in
machine. See Hydrostatic Motor, Park Brake and
27. Fill gearbox housing with correct type and amount Gearbox Remove and Install (S.N. 192142— ). (Group
of oil. See Hydrostatic Planetary Gear Case Oil. 0360.)
(Operator's Manual.)
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Hydraulic System

Gearbox Leakage Test (S.N. 192142— )


SPECIFICATIONS
Gearbox Leakage Test Pressure 70 kPa
0.7 bar
10 psi

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Gearbox Pressure Change 7 kPa
(maximum) 0.07 bar
1 psi

SERVICE EQUIPMENT AND TOOLS


Adapter Fitting
100 kPa (1 bar) (15 psi) Gauge
Shutoff Valve
Gearbox Leakage Test
Air Pressure Regulator

The purpose of this test is to determine if the gearbox is 1— Adapter Fitting 3— Shutoff Valve
2— 100 kPa (1 bar) (15 psi) 4— Air Pressure Regulator
sealed correctly. Gauge
1. Drain oil from gearbox, as needed.
2. Remove one of the oil fill and check plugs from the
gearbox housing. 7. Close shutoff valve. Wait 20 minutes and check
pressure gauge.
3. Install adapter fitting (1) into plug hole in gearbox Specification
housing. Gearbox—Pressure
4. Assemble 100 kPa (1 bar) (15 psi) gauge (2), shutoff Change (maximum)......................................................................... 7 kPa
valve (3), and air pressure regulator (4) as shown and 0.07 bar
install to adapter fitting. 1 psi

5. Make sure shutoff valve is closed before connecting 8. If pressure change is less than 7 kPa (0.07 bar) (1 psi)
air supply. in 20 minutes, gearbox is considered sealed.

6. Connect air supply, slowly open shutoff valve, and If pressure change is more than 7 kPa (0.07 bar) (1
adjust regulator until pressure gauge reads 70 kPa psi) in 20 minutes, determine location of air leakage.
(0.7 bar) (10 psi). This can be done by brushing a soap and water
mixture around the sealing areas or dipping unit in a
Specification solvent tank and checking for air bubbles. If a leak is
Gearbox Leakage detected in a seal, gasket, or O-ring, the part must be
Test—Pressure.............................................................................. 70 kPa replaced and the gearbox retested.
0.7 bar
10 psi
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Hydrostatic Pump Remove and Install 3


1. Remove front attachment and park machine on flat
level surface.
2. Raise operator's station. See Raising Operator's
Station. (Group 1810.)
3. Remove footwell. See Footwell Remove and Install. 5
(Group 1910.)
4. Remove steering cross shaft assembly. See Steering 4

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Cross Shaft Assembly Remove and Install. (Group
0315.)
5. Drain hydraulic oil tank.
• For wheeled machines, see Change Hydraulic
Reservoir Oil. (Operator's Manual.) 2
• For tracked machines, see Change Hydraulic 1
Reservoir Oil. (Operator's Manual.) Hydrostatic Pump Mounting Hardware—326D, 328D
NOTE: Mark or tag all hydrostatic pump lines to aid in 5
assembly. For port identification, see Hydrostatic 3
Pump Operation—326D, 328D or Hydrostatic Pump
Operation—332D. (Group 9026-05.)

6. Tag and disconnect lines from hydrostatic pump


assembly. Cap or plug all openings.
7. Remove hydrostatic pump mounting bracket cap
screws (1).

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CAUTION: Prevent possible crushing injury from
heavy component. Use appropriate lifting device.
4
8. Attach appropriate lifting device to hydrostatic pump
(5).
Specification
Hydrostatic Pump
Hydrostatic Pump Mounting Hardware—332D
Assembly—Weight.......................................................................... 54 kg
120 lb
1— Hydrostatic Pump 4— Hydrostatic Pump
9. Remove hydrostatic mounting cap screws (4) and lift Mounting Bracket Cap Mounting Cap Screw (326D,
hydrostatic pump out of machine. Screw (2 used) 328D, 3 used; 332D, 4 used)
2— Hydrostatic Pump 5— Hydrostatic Pump
10. Place hydrostatic pump on a suitable work station for Mounting Bracket
disassembly. 3— Flywheel Adapter Plate

11. Remove hub coupler. See Hub Coupler Remove and


Install. (Group 0325.)
12. Clean and inspect parts. Repair or replace parts as CAUTION: Prevent possible crushing injury from
necessary. heavy component. Use appropriate lifting device.

• See Hydrostatic Pump Disassemble and 14. Attach appropriate lifting device to hydrostatic pump
Assemble—326D, 328D. (Group 0360.) and lift into place on machine.
• See Hydrostatic Pump Disassemble—332D. (Group
Specification
0360.)
Hydrostatic Pump
• See Hydrostatic Pump Inspection—332D. (Group
Assembly—Weight
0360.)
(approximate).................................................................................. 97 kg
• See Hydrostatic Pump Assemble—332D. (Group
214 lb
0360.)
13. Install hub coupler.

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15. Install hydrostatic mounting cap screws and torque 18. Fill hydraulic oil tank.
to specification.
• For wheeled machines, see Change Hydraulic
Specification Reservoir Oil. (Operator's Manual.)
Hydrostatic Pump • For tracked machines, see Change Hydraulic
Mounting Cap Reservoir Oil. (Operator's Manual.)
Screw—Torque............................................................................130 N·m
95 lb-ft
19. Install steering cross shaft assembly. See Steering
Cross Shaft Assembly Remove and Install. (Group
16. Install hydrostatic pump mounting bracket cap screws 0315.)
and torque to specification.
20. Install footwell. See Footwell Remove and Install.
Specification (Group 1910.)
Hydrostatic Pump
Mounting Bracket Cap 21. Lower operator's station. See Raising Operator's
Screw—Torque..............................................................................73 N·m Station. (Group 1810.)
55 lb-ft

17. Connect lines to hydrostatic pump assembly.


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Hydrostatic Pump Disassemble and Assemble—326D, 328D

65
1

63
64

61
60

41
10
8 5
4 34
24
9 2
18 22

15 43

23
22

3
4
5

8
28 10
29 26 11 12
30
29 9
28
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31
32 13 14
33

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1— Control Lever Assembly 10— Nut (2 used) 28— Snap Ring (2 used) 60— Gasket
2— Gasket (2 used) 11— Set Screw 29— Thrust Washer (2 used) 61— Orifice (2 used)
3— Cover 12— Sealing Washer 30— Thrust Bearing 63— Cap Screw (6 used)
4— Washer (8 used) 13— Washer 31— Washer 64— Manual Servo Control
5— Cap Screw (8 used) 14— Nut 32— Seal Assembly
6— Servo Control Piston 15— Cover 33— Snap Ring 65— Control Lever
8— Sealing Washer (2 used) 18— Set Screw 34— Rotating Assembly
9— Washer (2 used) 22— Seal Kit (2 used) 41— Valve Plate
23— Swash Plate 43— Pin (2 used)
24— Follower
26— Drive Shaft
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46
45
46
45
45
46

43
44
45
46

43

46
43
45
46

45

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46
45

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Hydrostatic Pump Manifold
43— Dowel Pin (4 used) 44— Gasket (2 used) 46— Cap Screw (8 used)
45— Washer (8 used)
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52
51
48
49
50
49 27
48
14 13 10
9
8
5
4
12 3
11
2
59
58
1
7
57
65
22

53 59
58

62 60
25
22
61

4
5

63 2
15 18

23
8
35 9
10
42
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Left Hydrostatic Pump

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1— Control Lever Assembly 10— Nut (2 used) 35— Rotating Assembly 59— Cap Screw (4 used)
2— Gasket (2 used) 11— Set Screw 42— Valve Plate 60— Gasket
3— Cover 12— Sealing Washer 48— Snap Ring (2 used) 61— Orifice (2 used)
4— Washer (8 used) 13— Washer 49— Thrust Washer (2 used) 62— Manual Servo Control
5— Cap Screw (8 used) 14— Nut 50— Thrust Bearing Assembly
7— Servo Control Piston 15— Cover 51— Seal 63— Cap Screw (6 used)
8— Sealing Washer (2 used) 18— Set Screw 52— Snap Ring 65— Control Lever
9— Washer (2 used) 22— Seal Kit (2 used) 53— O-Ring
23— Swash Plate 57— End Plate
25— Follower 58— Washer (4 used)
27— Drive Shaft

SPECIFICATIONS
10. Remove servo control piston.
Servo Control Piston Cover Cap 5 N·m
Screw Torque 45 lb.-in. 11. Remove seals (22).
Servo Control Piston Neutral 17 N·m
Adjustment Nut Torque 150 lb.-in. 12. For left hydrostatic pump, remove snap ring (52) from
Manual Servo Control Assembly 5 N·m shaft. Press shaft assembly from pump housing.
Cap Screw Torque 45 lb.-in. Remove parts (48—51) from shaft.
Hydrostatic Pump Manifold Cap 55 N·m For right hydrostatic pump, remove snap ring (33)
Screw Torque 40 lb.-ft.
from shaft. Press shaft assembly from pump housing.
Charge Pressure Relief Valve (39) 40 N·m Remove parts (28—32) from shaft.
Torque 30 lb.-ft.
Pressure Relief Valve (37) Torque 140 N·m 13. Clean and inspect parts. Repair or replace parts as
100 lb.-ft. necessary.
OTHER MATERIAL 14. For left hydrostatic pump, install parts (48—51) on
242 LOCTITE® Thread Lock and Sealer (Medium Strength) shaft. Install shaft assembly into pump housing. Install
snap ring (52) on shaft.
NOTE: The left and right hydrostatic pumps are connected
For right hydrostatic pump, install parts (28—32) on
by a manifold. The configuration for each pump
shaft. Install shaft assembly into pump housing. Install
is similar. This procedure applies to an individual
snap ring (33) on shaft.
pump once it has been separated from the manifold.
15. Install seal kits (22).
1. Remove hub coupler. See Hub Coupler Remove and
Install. (Group 0325.) 16. Install servo control piston (6 and 7).

2. Remove charge and hydraulic pumps. See Hydraulic 17. Install gaskets (2).
Pump Remove and Install. (Group 2160.) 18. Screw cover plate (3) on servo control piston. Install
3. For left hydrostatic pump, remove end plate (57) and cover plate (15). Install cap screws and washers (5
O-ring (53). and 4) Tighten cap screws to specification.
Specification
4. Remove cap screws (46) and gaskets (44) to separate
Servo Control
left and right hydrostatic pumps from hydrostatic pump
Piston Cover Cap
manifold.
Screw—Torque................................................................................5 N·m
5. Remove cap screws (63). Remove manual servo 45 lb.-in.
control assembly (62 and 64), orifices (61) and gasket
(60). 19. Install nut, washer, and sealing washer (8—10) on
servo control piston. Tighten nut to specification.
IMPORTANT: Valve plates (41 and 42) are not Specification
interchangeable. Note position of valve Servo Control Piston
plates before removing. Neutral Adjustment
Nut—Torque..................................................................................17 N·m
6. Remove valve plate (41 and 42), rotating assembly (34 150 lb.-in.
and 35), swash plate (23) and follower (24 and 25).
20. Install follower (24 and 25) on pin located on swash
7. Remove cap screws and washers (5 and 4) from cover plate (23). Install swash plate in pump housing
plates (3 and 15). Remove cover plate (15). aligning follower with groove in servo control piston.
8. Remove nut, washer, and sealing washer (8—10) from 21. Install rotating assembly (34 and 35).
servo control piston (6 and 7). Unscrew cover plate (3)
from servo control piston. 22. Install orifices (61) and gasket (60).
9. Remove gaskets (2).

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Hydraulic System

23. Position feedback link perpendicular to manual 26. Install gaskets (44). Connect left and right hydrostatic
servo control assembly. Install manual servo control pumps to hydrostatic pump manifold using cap screws
assembly with feedback link in small groove in servo (46). Apply PM37418 Thread Lock and Sealer
control piston. Install cap screws (63). Tighten cap (medium strength) to threads of cap screws. Install
screws to specification. cap screws and tighten to specification.
Specification Specification
Manual Servo Control Hydrostatic Pump
Assembly Cap Manifold Cap
Screw—Torque................................................................................5 N·m Screw—Torque..............................................................................55 N·m
45 lb.-in. 40 lb.-ft.
24. If disassembly of hydrostatic pump manifold is 27. For left hydrostatic pump, install O-ring (53) and end
required, see Hydrostatic Pump Manifold Disassembly plate (57).
and Assembly at the end of this procedure.
28. Install charge and hydraulic pumps.
25. Apply petroleum jelly to steel side of valve plate. Install
valve plate with steel side toward hydrostatic pump 29. Install hub coupler.
manifold.
LOCTITE is a trademark of Henkel Corporation
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Hydraulic System

Hydrostatic Pump Manifold Disassemble


and Assemble

37

38 37

38

73

38
38

37
37

39

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TX1127585
Hydrostatic Pump Manifold
37— Pressure Relief Valve (4 38— O-Ring (4 used) 73— Plug
used) 39— Charge Pressure Relief
Valve

1. Remove pressure relief valves (37) and O-rings (38). 4. Install charge pressure relief valve (39). Tighten to
2. Remove charge pressure relief valve (39). specification.
Specification
3. Clean and inspect parts. Repair or replace parts as
Charge Pressure Relief
necessary.
Valve (39)—Torque........................................................................40 N·m
30 lb.-ft.

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Hydraulic System

5. Install O-rings and pressure relief valves. Tighten to Specification


specification. Pressure Relief Valve
(37)—Torque...............................................................................140 N·m
100 lb.-ft.
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Hydrostatic Pump Disassemble—329D,


332D, 333D
IMPORTANT: Thoroughly clean hydrostatic and
gear pump cases and before separating and
disassembling pumps to prevent contamination
of hydraulic system.

NOTE: Although tandem pump is encased in a single


housing, it is essentially two separate pumps. All
procedures are the same for both pumps and can
be performed on one or both pumps.

1. Remove hub coupler. See Hub Coupler Remove and


Install. (Group 0325.)
2. Remove charge and hydraulic pumps. See Hydraulic
Pump Remove and Install. (Group 2160.)

CAUTION: Prevent possible crushing injury from


heavy component. Use appropriate lifting device.

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3. Mount tandem pump on D01006AA Bench Mounted
Holding Fixture (1). Mount on charge and hydraulic
pump end using mounting cap screws (2).
Specification
Tandem Pump
Assembly—Weight
(approximate).................................................................................. 92 kg Bench-Mounting Fixture
203 lb

1— D01006AA Bench Mounted 2— Mounting Cap Screw (2


Holding Fixture used)

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4. Remove spiral retaining ring (4) from input shaft (3)end


of tandem pump. Remove input shaft, seal carrier (5)
and bearing from pump.

3— Input Shaft 5— Seal Carrier


4— Spiral Retaining Ring
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Input Bearing Retaining Ring

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PN=165
Hydraulic System

NOTE: Swash plate covers have notches to be used


as prying locations. Leave two cap screws
installed but loose to prevent cover from falling
while prying from housing.

5. Remove swash plate cover mounting hardware and

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remove swash plate cover (6). Pry down on swash
plate (8) with a pry bar (7) to relieve spring pressure
from rotating assembly while removing swash plate
cover (6) from housing.

6— Swash Plate Cover 8— Swash Plate


7— Pry Bar
Swash Plate Cover

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6. Lift swash plate (8) slightly and remove rotating


assembly (9) from housing.
7. Remove swash plate (8).

8— Swash Plate 9— Rotating Assembly

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Rotating Group Removal

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NOTE: Valve plates are not interchangeable. Note


location of each valve plate and identify using
a permanent marker.

8. Remove valve plate (12).

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9. Remove valve plate locating pin (11) and cover
alignment pin (10) from housing.
10. Turn pump over and repeat procedure for opposite
end of tandem pump.
11. Remove pump from fixture and place on clean bench.

10— Alignment Pin 12— Valve Plate Valve Plate


11— Locating Pin

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Hydraulic System

14 14

14 15
13 13

15

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T200700
Inspection Plug
13— Cover (2 used) 14— Inspection Plug (4 used) 15— Spool Plug

12. Loosen inspection plugs (14) in each cover (13) for 14. Remove cover retaining hardware and remove covers.
ease of removal later.
13. Remove spool plugs (15) and springs from spool bores.
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NOTE: Note orientation of components before


disassembling neutral linkage.

15. Rotate summing link (16) and remove from feedback


link (17). Remove adjust link anchor pin (18).

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16— Summing Link 18— Anchor Pin
17— Feedback Link

Neutral Linkage

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Hydraulic System

16. Pull neutral adjust link (19) off of neutral adjust screw
(20). Pull feedback link (17) out of servo piston (21).
17. Repeat procedure for other valve linkage.

17— Feedback Link 20— Neutral Adjust Screw

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19— Neutral Adjust Link 21— Servo Piston

Neutral Adjust Link

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18. Remove spools from housing.


19. Remove servo cover mounting hardware on unit
without neutral adjust tie bolt in center of cover.
20. Remove opposite cover with servo piston as an
assembly.

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21. Repeat procedure for other servo piston.

Spool

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22. Remove hydrostatic system pressure relief valves (26)


from each side of tandem pump housing.

22— Relief Valve Location 25— Seat


23— Spool Plug 26— System Pressure Relief
24— Poppet Valve (2 used)

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27— Spring

Relief Valve Location

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Hydraulic System

Hydrostatic Pump Inspection—329D, 332D,


333D
1. Inspect large swash plate needle bearings (1) in
pump housing (2) and swash plate cover (3). These
bearings are not available separately. Replace pump
housing or swash plate cover if needles do not remain
in bearing cage, are discolored, broken, pitted, or are
not free to move.
2. Inspect swash plate cam follower needle bearings (4).
Inspect the outside diamete (OD) of cam follower (5)

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for even wear and no pitting. Replace cam follower if
needles do not remain in bearing cage, are discolored,
broken, pitted, are not free to move, or if OD shows
abnormal wear.
NOTE: Some light discoloration of bearing and running
face surfaces is normal.
Swash Plate Needle Bearing
3. Inspect swash plate bearing surfaces. No wear or
pitting is allowed. 1— Swash Plate Needle 6— Swash Plate (2 used)
Bearing (4 used) 7— Forward Shaft Needle
4. Inspect running face of swash plates. Surface should 2— Pump Housing Bearing
be smooth and free of deep scratches. Running face 3— Swash Plate Cover (2 used) 8— Input Shaft Needle Bearing
flatness should be within specification. 4— Cam Follower Needle 9— Coupling
Bearing (2 used)
Specification 5— Cam Follower (2 used)
Swash Plate—Flatness.......................................................... 0.0254 mm
0.001 in.
so the lettered side of the bearing will be visible after
5. Inspect forward and input shaft needle bearings (7 installation. Install bearings to specification, protruding
and 8) in pump housing. Replace needle bearing above pump housing.
if needles do not remain in the bearing cage, are
discolored, broken, pitted, or are not free to move. Specification
Shaft Needle
NOTE: Install coupling (9) in pump housing before Bearing—Protrusion.........................................................2.35—2.85 mm
installing the shaft needle bearings. 0.092—0.112 in.

6. Install forward and input shaft needle bearings in pump 7. Inspect all components of the four hydrostatic system
housing using an appropriate bearing driver. Install pressure relief valves.
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8. Inspect bronze side of valve plate for wear. Run a


fingernail or pencil across the sealing land surfaces
(10). No deep or outstanding grooves are allowed.
Lapping is acceptable to restore the surface condition
as long as the plate remains within specification.
Replace valve plate if lapping will not restore it to
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usable condition.
Specification
Valve Plate
Minimum—Thickness................................................................. 3.86 mm
0.152 in.
Specification
Valve Plate—Out-of-Flat......................................................... 0.0038 mm Valve Plate
0.00015 in.
10— Sealing Land Surface (2
each)

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Hydraulic System

NOTE: Rotating assembly is not serviceable. Replace


assembly if any components are damaged
or not within specification.

9. Check piston movement in cylinder block (11) bore. If


any pistons (12) do not move freely, examine piston

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and bore for scoring or contamination.
10. Lift piston retainer (13) and pistons (12) from cylinder
block. Remove individual pistons from piston retainer.
11. Examine outside diameter of pistons for finish
condition. Pistons should not show wear or scratches.
Piston discoloration indicates excessive operating
temperature and requires replacement. Rotating Group

12. Check the face of the slippers (14) for a flat, smooth 11— Cylinder Block 13— Piston Retainer
surface. Measure slipper end play on ball end of 12— Piston (9 used) 14— Slipper (9 used)
pistons. Measure slipper foot thickness.
Specification
Slipper—End Play.................................................................... 0.152 mm Specification
0.006 in. Slipper Foot—Thick-
ness............................................................................................ 3.68 mm
0.145 in.

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13. Remove retainer guide (15) and pins (16).

11— Cylinder Block 16— Pins (3 used)


15— Retainer Guide

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Retainer Guide

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14. Inspect cylinder block-to-valve plate contact surface


(17). Surface should be smooth and free of scratches
or grooves. Measure cylinder block thickness.
Specification
Cylinder Block
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Minimum—Thickness............................................................... 55.88 mm
2.200 in.

17— Contact Surface

Cylinder Block Valve Plate Surface

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Hydraulic System

NOTE: New piston rings might catch in the inner


bore of the housing if installed incorrectly. Be
sure to follow the procedure exactly in the
assembly portion of this section.

15. Inspect servo piston (18) for wear or damage. Inspect


piston rings (19) for nicks or distortion. Replace piston
rings during installation, if necessary.
16. Inspect orifices (20) to be sure they are open.

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18— Servo Piston 20— Orifice (2 used)
19— Piston Ring (2 used)

Servo Piston Rings

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17. Measure servo piston spring preload by holding servo


piston (18) while measuring torque required to rotate
neutral adjustment tie bolt (22) after brake-away.
Adjust if measurement is out of specification.
Specification

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Neutral Adjustment Tie
Bolt Minimum—Torque
Turn............................................................................................0.68 N·m
6 lb-in.

NOTE: The purpose of adjusting the servo piston spring


preload is to remove all lost motion of the neutral
adjustment tie bold. An adjustment that is too loose
will result in movement of the tie bolt within the piston. Servo Piston Tie Bolt Adjustment
Too tight of an adjustment will result in movement
of the spring and washers inside the piston. 18— Servo Piston 23— Lock Nut
21— Washer 24— Adjustment Nut
18. If out of specification, adjust as follows: 22— Neutral Tie Bolt

• Loosen the lock nut (23) and adjustment nut (24)


until the neutral tie bolt (22) spins freely. • Check torque turn described in previous procedure.
• Hold the neutral tie bolt (22) and turn adjustment nut • Repeat adjustment as necessary.
(24) until finger tight against the washer.
• Hold the adjustment nut (24) and tighten the lock
nut (22) to specification.
Specification
Lock Nut—Torque..........................................................................25 N·m
220 lb-in.
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Hydraulic System

19. Inspect control spools (25) and bores for damage and
wear. Note that discoloration in the center area is
normal as a result of heat treating.

25— Control Spool

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Control Spool (2 used)

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20. Inspect seal surface (26) and needle bearing surface


(27) for wear or damage.
21. Inspect shaft splines (28) for wear or damage.
22. Lubricate roller bearing (29) with a couple of drops of
hydraulic fluid. Rotate bearing to check for smooth

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operation. Replace the bearing if damage is evident.

26— Seal Surface 28— Shaft Spline (3 areas)


27— Needle Bearing Surface 29— Roller Bearing

Input Shaft

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23. Inspect needle bearing surface (31) for wear or


damage.
24. Inspect shaft splines (30) for wear or damage.
25. Lubricate ball bearing (32) with a couple drops of
hydraulic fluid. Rotate bearing to check for smooth

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operation. Replace the bearing if damage is evident.
NOTE: Press only against inner race of bearing
when installing bearing.

26. Replace input shaft bearing by removing snap ring and


pressing bearing from input shaft. Press new bearing
on shaft with lettered side facing snap ring. Press until Forward Shaft
seated against shoulder and install snap ring.
NOTE: Press only against inner race of bearing 30— Shaft Splines 32— Ball Bearing
31— Needle Bearing Surface
when installing bearing.

27. Replace forward shaft ball bearing by pressing bearing


from forward shaft. Press new bearing on forward
shaft by pressing new bearing on shaft with lettered
side facing away from shoulder until seated.
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Hydrostatic Pump Assemble—329D, 332D,


333D
Input Shaft Seal Install
1. Clean all parts in a suitable solvent and dry using

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compressed air or a lint-free rag. Do not wipe parts
with a paper towel. Lint in hydraulic system will cause
damage.
NOTE: Due to tight tolerances and surface finish
of pump internal surfaces, it is very important
to maintain absolute cleanliness during the
assembly of the pump.
Input Shaft Seal Carrier
Apply clean hydraulic oil to all internal surfaces
during pump assembly. 1— Input Shaft Seal Carrier 2— Input Shaft Seal

NOTE: The tandem pump is encased in a single


housing, it is two separate pumps. All procedures
are the same for both pumps and can be 3. Coat outside diameter of new input shaft seal with
performed on one or both pumps. PM37397 Pipe Sealant or equivalent.
4. With spring facing up, press input shaft seal until
2. Press input shaft seal (2) from input shaft seal carrier bottomed in bore of input shaft seal carrier.
(1).
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5. Install pressure relief valves (3). Tighten relief valve


seats (4) to specification.
Specification
Hydrostatic System
Pressure Relief Valve

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Seat—Torque................................................................................70 N·m
50 lb-ft

3— Pressure Relief Valve (4 4— Relief Valve Seat (4 used)


used)

System Pressure Relief Valve

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Servo Piston Ring Install


1. Remove lock nut and spin cover off from neutral adjust
tie bolt (3). Remove both piston rings (2) and O-rings
(1) from servo piston.
2. Install new O-ring (1) and piston ring (2) on neutral
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adjust tie bolt end of servo piston only. Allow a few


minutes for the piston ring to “relax” before installing
servo piston.

1— O-Ring (2 used) 3— Neutral Adjust Tie Bolt


2— Piston Ring (2 used) 4— Servo Piston

Servo Piston Rings

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IMPORTANT: Expose piston just far enough to install


piston ring. If piston is moved too far, sharp
edges on interior bore of housing will likely
damage opposite piston ring and require
another new ring to be installed.

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NOTE: Be sure to install servo pistons from correct
side of housing and that cavities are positioned
correctly. Install servo piston with small orifices
facing up. Lubricate piston and piston bore
with clean hydraulic oil.

3. Install servo piston (4) into housing (5). Push piston


through bore just far enough to expose ring groove Servo Piston Ring Install
(6) on other side.
4. Install O-ring and piston ring. Turn piston so that cam 4— Servo Piston 6— Ring Groove
5— Housing
follower bore is aligned correctly.
NOTE: Piston rings will be stretched slightly during
installation. Allow a few minutes for ring to “relax” 5. Allow a few minutes for the piston ring to “relax”.
before pushing piston into bore.
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IMPORTANT: If piston is moved too far, piston rings


will come out of machined portion of bore
and sharp edges on interior bore of housing
will damage opposite piston ring and require
another new ring to be installed.

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NOTE: Use a straight edge to help align piston
with end of bore.

6. Carefully push piston back through housing (5) until it


is even with end of bore (8).
7. Place a new gasket on tie bolt end and spin cover (7)
onto tie bolt until distance between end of bore and Setting Servo Piston
cover is to specification.
Specification 5— Housing 8— End of Bore
Servo Piston 7— Cover
Cover—Distance from
Cover to Housing.......................................................................... 9.9 mm
0.39 in. Specification
8. Align cover and gasket, install mounting hardware. Servo Piston
Install lock nut but do not tighten at this time. Cover Mounting
Hardware—Torque........................................................................15 N·m
9. Install gasket and cover on opposite end and tighten 135 lb-in.
mounting hardware to specification.
10. Repeat procedure to install the other servo piston.
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11. Assemble feedback link (9) to neutral adjust link (10).


Insert feedback link into recess on servo piston (4),
then slide back to engage neutral adjust screw (11).
Install pivot pin and tighten to specification.
Specification

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Feedback Link Pivot
Pin—Torque...................................................................................10 N·m
90 lb-in.

4— Servo Piston 10— Neutral Adjust Link


9— Feedback Link 11— Neutral Adjust Screw

Feedback Link Assembly

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12. Install control spool (12), small end first, and push to
bottom of control spool bore (13). Rotate so flats will
align with summing link. Do not install spring and plug
at this time.
13. Install summing link (14) on pin of feedback link (15)

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and rotate to engage control spool. Check for free
movement of summing link (14) and control spool.

12— Control Spool (2 used) 15— Feedback Link


13— Control Spool Bore 16— Anchor Pin
14— Summing Link

Installing Control Spool

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Setting Summing Link

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14. Align pin of summing link (14) to approximate center


of feedback link (15).
15. Reach through shaft bores and rotate servo pistons
toward center of pump to correctly seat feedback link
into servo piston.

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16. Install reverse alarm switch in control cover and
tighten to specification.
Specification
Backup Alarm
Switch—Torque.............................................................................30 N·m
25 lb-ft.
Aligning Summing Link
17. Remove inspection plug from control cover inspection
hole.
12— Control Spool 15— Feedback Link
14— Summing Link

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NOTE: Be sure to engage embossed holes of


gasket with cover.

18. Install control cover (22) and gasket (17) on pump,


while engaging summing link pin (21) with slots in shift
cam (20). Install mounting hardware but do not tighten

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at this time.

17— Gasket 20— Cam


18— Embossed Holes of 21— Summing Link Pin
Gasket 22— Control Cover
19— Inspection Hole

Control Cover

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19. Install spring adapter (23), spring (24) and plug (25) in
control spool (12) bore. Tighten plug to specification.
Specification
Control Spool
Plug—Torque.................................................................................70 N·m
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50 lb-ft

12— Control Spool 24— Spring


23— Spring Adapter 25— Plug

Control Spool Assembly

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20. Locate approximate location of summing link pin (21)


by creating an imaginary circle (22). Adjust location
of cover while looking through inspection hole until
summing link pin has a point of contact (23) with cam
(20) within imaginary circle. Tighten control cover
mounting hardware to specification.

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Specification
Control Cover Mounting
Hardware—Torque........................................................................15 N·m
135 lb-in.

20— Cam 22— Imaginary Circle


21— Summing Link Pin 23— Point of Contact
Summing Link Pin Alignment Inspection Hole

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Summing Link Pin Alignment Without Tool

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CAUTION: Prevent possible crushing injury from


heavy component. Use appropriate lifting device.

21. Mount tandem pump on D01006AA Bench Mounted


Holding Fixture (24). Mount on charge and hydraulic
pump end using mounting hardware (25).
Specification
Tandem Pump
Assembly—Weight.......................................................................... 92 kg
203 lb

24— D01006AA Bench 25— Mounting Hardware (2


Mounting Fixture used)

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Bench Mounting Fixture

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NOTE: Valve plates are not interchangeable. Pump


rotation should always turn into the small metering
slots. Refer also to the rotation identifier slots.

22. Install one valve plate locating pin (27). Install one
valve plate (26) with bronze side facing up, being

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careful to align notch with pin.

26— Valve Plate (2 used) 28— Cover Alignment Pin (2


27— Valve Plate Locating Pin used)
(2 used)

Valve Plate Orientation

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Valve Plate Metering Slots

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Valve Plate Locating Pin

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23. Install cam follower (29) into servo piston with lettered
side of bearing (30) visible.

29— Cam Follower 30— Lettered Side of Bearing


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24. Pull retaining ring (31) about half way up splines.


Install pins (33) into splined area of rotating assembly
using petroleum jelly to retain. Place retainer guide
(32) on pins.

31— Retaining Ring 33— Pin (3 used)

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32— Retainer Guide

Rotating Group Pins

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25. Install pistons (34) and piston retainer (35) into


cylinder block (36).

34— Piston (9 used) 36— Cylinder Block


35— Piston Retainer

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Assemble Rotating Group

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26. Install swash plate (37) into cam follower bearing.


Hold in place and lift while installing rotating assembly
(38). Install rotating assembly with slippers (39) facing
swash plate (37).
27. Temporarily install shaft to align splines in rotating

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assembly.
28. Place a new gasket on the swash plate cover.

37— Swash Plate 39— Slipper (9 used)


38— Rotating Assembly

Installing Rotating Assembly

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29. Press down on swash plate (37) while installing


cover (40). Tighten cover mounting hardware to
specification.
Specification
Swash Plate

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Cover Mounting
Hardware—Torque........................................................................40 N·m
30 lb-ft

37— Swash Plate 40— Swash Plate Cover

Installing Swash Plate Cover

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NOTE: It is easiest to align the mid-pump coupling


while one cavity of tandem pump is empty.
Reach into the empty cavity, through shaft needle
bearing, and hold coupling with a finger while
installing shaft into other side.

30. Install shaft, first aligning splines in rotating assembly


and finally into mid-pump coupling.
31. Once all splines are engaged, push on shaft to seat
bearing into bore.
NOTE: Use either a seal protector or wrap tape around
splines of shaft to keep from damaging seal.

32. If installing input shaft, place a new O-ring on seal


carrier and install.
33. Install spiral retaining ring.
34. Repeat procedure for the other portion of the tandem
pump.

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CAUTION: Prevent possible crushing injury from
heavy component. Use appropriate lifting device.

35. Remove pump assembly from holding fixture.


Specification
Tandem Pump
Assembly—Weight.......................................................................... 92 kg Install Mid-Pump Coupling
203 lb

36. Install charge and hydraulic pumps. See Hydraulic 37. Install hub coupler. See Hub Coupler Remove and
Pump Remove and Install. (Group 2160.) Install. (Group 0325.)
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Charge Pump Remove and Install


The charge pump and hydraulic pump are serviced as
one assembly. See Hydraulic Pump Remove and Install.
(Group 3160.)
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Hydrostatic Control Valve Remove and Install


6 Y5
1. Remove front attachment and park machine on flat
level surface. 8
2. Raise operator's station. See Raising Operator's 7
1
Station. (Group 1810.)
3. Remove footwell. See Footwell Remove and Install.
(Group 1910.) 7 4
5
NOTE: The removal and installation for 329D, 332D and 2
333D hydrostatic control valve is similar.

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Y6
4. Disconnect solenoids (Y5 and Y6).
5. Tag and disconnect lines (1—6). Cap or plug all
openings. 3

6. Remove cap screws (7) and remove hydrostatic


control valve (8). 326D, 328D Hydrostatic Control Valve—Two Speed Shown
7. Clean and inspect parts. Repair or replace parts as
necessary. 1— Charge Pressure Line 6— Park Brake Release Line
2— Return Line 7— Cap Screw (2 used)
8. Install hydrostatic control valve. 3— Accumulator Line 8— Hydrostatic Control Valve
4— Two Speed Line—If Y5— Park Brake Solenoid
9. Connect lines. Equipped (2 used)Park Y6— Two Speed Solenoid—If
Brake Release Line Equipped
10. Connect solenoids. 5— Hydrostatic Pump Charge
Pressure Line
11. Install footwell. See Footwell Remove and Install.
(Group 1910.)
12. Lower operator's station. See Raising Operator's
Station. (Group 1810.)
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Section 04
Engine
Contents

Page

Group 0400—Removal and Installation


PowerTech E 2.4L and 3.0L Diesel
Engines.................................................. 04-0400-1
Engine Remove and Install........................ 04-0400-1

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Group 0400
Removal and Installation
PowerTech E 2.4L and 3.0L Diesel Engines
• See PowerTech E 2.4L and 3.0L Diesel Engines.
For more information on John Deere PowerTech engines (CTM101019.)
and components, see the following component technical
manual.
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Engine Remove and Install


1. Remove front attachment and park machine on flat
level surface.
2. Raise boom and engage boom lock.

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3. Raise and lock operator's station. See Raising
Operator's Station. (Group 1810.)
4. Disconnect negative (-) battery cable.
5. Remove condenser. See Condenser Remove and
Install. (Group 1830.)
6. Remove cooling package. See Cooling Package Air Conditioner Compressor
Remove and Install. (Group 0510.)
7. Remove air conditioner and heater. See Air 4— Cap Screw and Clamp Y13— Air Conditioner
Compressor Clutch
Conditioner and Heater Remove and Install. (Group Solenoid
1830.)
8. Remove muffler. See Muffler Remove and Install.
(Group 0530.) 11. Remove harness from water-in-fuel sensor and fuel
NOTE: Fuel filter does not need to be disconnected heater temperature switch, if equipped.
from engine. 12. If equipped with high flow hydraulic pump, drain
hydraulic oil reservoir.
9. Remove engine compartment bracket. Secure fuel
filter to engine. • For wheeled machines, see Change Hydraulic
Reservoir Oil. (Operator's Manual.)
10. Remove harness from fuel level sensor and air • For tracked machines, see Change Hydraulic
conditioner compressor clutch solenoid (Y13). Reservoir Oil. (Operator's Manual.)
Remove cap screw and clamp (4).
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CAUTION: To avoid injury from escaping fluid


under pressure, stop engine and relieve the
pressure in the system before disconnecting or
connecting hydraulic or other lines. Tighten all
connections before applying pressure. TX1069098A —UN—05JAN10

13. Remove hydraulic lines (2 and 3) from high flow


hydraulic pump (1), if equipped. Cap and plug all
openings.
14. Disconnect and plug fuel lines to engine.

1— High Flow Hydraulic 3— High Flow Hydraulic Pump


Pump—If Equipped High Pressure Line High Flow Hydraulic Pump (if equipped)
2— High Flow Hydraulic Pump
Suction Line

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15. Disconnect harness from manifold air temperature


(MAT) sensor (B25) and main harness-to-engine
harness 8-pin connector (X3). Remove cap screw
and clamp (6).

6— Cap Screw and Clamp X3— Main Harness-to-Engine


B25— Manifold Air Harness 8-Pin Connector
Temperature (MAT)
Sensor

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Top of Engine
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16. Disconnect harness from glow plug electrical


connector (R5) and injector 6-pin connector (X11).
Remove cap screws and clamps (5).
17. Disconnect harness from alternator, starter and engine
oil pressure switch.

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18. Disconnect harness from engine block heater, if
equipped.
19. Attach suitable support device to hydrostatic pump
assembly to support assembly after it is disconnected
from engine.
20. Disconnect hydrostatic pump assembly from engine
Front of Engine (manual controls machine shown)
flywheel housing.

5— Cap Screw and Clamp (5 X11— Injector 6-Pin Connector


used)
R5—Glow Plug Connector

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21. Disconnect remote engine oil drain (7) line from


machine frame.

7— Remote Engine Oil Drain

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Remote Engine Oil Drain
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22. Attach DFT1323 engine lifting bracket (8) to front of


engine using M8 x 30 mm cap screws. See DFT1323
Engine Lifting Bracket. (Group 9900.)

CAUTION: Prevent possible crushing injury from


heavy component. Use appropriate lifting device.
Specification
Engine—Weight
(approximate)................................................................................ 322 kg
710 lb.

23. Attach suitable lifting device to engine lifting clamps


(8 and 9).
24. Remove engine mount cap screws.
25. Lift and remove engine.
26. Repair or replace parts as necessary. See PowerTech
E 2.4L and 3.0L Diesel Engines. (CTM101019.)

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27. Lower engine into place and align coupler on engine
to hydrostatic pump.
28. Install hydrostatic pump assembly to engine flywheel
housing.
29. Remove support device from hydrostatic pump
assembly.
DFT1323 Engine Lifting Bracket
30. Install high flow pump suction line and high pressure
line to high flow pump, if equipped.
31. Install and torque engine mount cap screws.
Specification
Engine Mount Cap
Screw—Torque............................................................................320 N·m
235 lb-ft

32. Install engine oil remote drain line to frame.

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33. Connect harness to alternator, starter and engine oil
pressure switch.
34. Connect harness to engine block heater, if equipped.
35. Connect harness to glow plug electrical connector
and injector 6-pin connector. Install cap screws and
clamps.
36. Connect harness to manifold air temperature (MAT) Rear Lifting Bracket
sensor and main harness-to-engine harness 8-pin
connector. Install cap screw and clamps.
8— DFT1323 Engine Lifting 9— Rear Lifting Bracket
37. Connect fuel lines to engine. Bracket

38. Connect harness to water-in-fuel sensor and fuel


heater temperature switch, if equipped. 42. Install cooling package. See Cooling Package
39. Connect harness to fuel level sensor and air Remove and Install. (Group 0510.)
conditioning compressor clutch solenoid. Install cap 43. Install air conditioner and heater. See Air Conditioner
screw and clamp. and Heater Remove and Install. (Group 1830.)
40. Install muffler. See Muffler Remove and Install. (Group 44. Install condenser. See Condenser Remove and
0530.) Install. (Group 1830.)
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45. Connect negative (-) battery cable. 48. Release boom lock and lower boom to ground.
46. If equipped with high flow hydraulic pump, fill hydraulic 49. Using Service ADVISOR™ update the engine control
oil reservoir. unit (ECU) with the latest software version.
• For wheeled machines, see Change Hydraulic 50. Bleed fuel system by turning key switch to the ON
Reservoir Oil. (Operator's Manual.) position and waiting 60 seconds before starting engine.
• For tracked machines, see Change Hydraulic
51. Operate machine and verify functions.
Reservoir Oil. (Operator's Manual.)
47. Lower operator's station. See Raising Operator's
Station. (Group 1810.)
Service ADVISOR is a trademark of Deere & Company
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Section 05
Engine Auxiliary System
Contents

Page

Group 0510—Cooling Systems


Fan Remove and Install............................. 05-0510-1
Charge Air Cooler Remove and
Install ..................................................... 05-0510-1
Radiator Remove and Install ..................... 05-0510-2
Cooling Package Remove and
Install ..................................................... 05-0510-3
Thermostat and Diffuser/Flow
Divider Remove and Install.................... 05-0510-6

Group 0520—Intake System


Air Cleaner Remove and Install................. 05-0520-1

Group 0530—External Exhaust Systems


Muffler Remove and Install........................ 05-0530-1

Group 0560—External Fuel Supply Systems


Fuel Tank Remove and Install ................... 05-0560-1

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Group 0510
Cooling Systems
Fan Remove and Install
1. Remove front attachment and park machine on flat
level surface.
2. Raise boom and engage boom lock.

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3. Raise engine cover and remove side panels. See Side
Panel Remove and Install. (Group 1910.)
4. Remove fan guard.
5. Remove cap screws (1) and remove fan (2).
6. Repair or replace as necessary.
Cooling Fan
7. Install fan and cap screws.
8. Install fan guard and engine side panels. See Side 1— Cap Screw (4 used) 2— Fan
Panel Remove and Install (Group 1910.). Lower
engine cover.
9. Release boom lock and lower boom to ground.
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Charge Air Cooler Remove and Install


1. Remove front attachment and park machine on flat
level surface.
2. Raise boom and engage boom lock.
3. Remove side panels and engine cover. See Side
Panel Remove and Install and see Engine Cover
Remove and Install. (Group 1910.)
4. Disconnect charge air pipes (1 and 2) from charge
air cooler (3).
5. Remove cap screws (4) and remove charge air cooler
by sliding up through engine compartment bracket.
6. Repair or replace as necessary.
7. Install charge air cooler and cap screws.
8. Connect charge air pipes.

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9. Install engine cover and side panels. See Engine
Cover Remove and Install and see Side Panel
Remove and Install. (Group 1910.)
10. Release boom lock and lower boom to ground.

1— Turbocharger-to-Charge 3— Charge Air Cooler


Air Cooler Pipe 4— Cap Screw (4 used)
2— Charge Air Cooler-to-Intake Charge Air Cooler
Manifold Pipe

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Cooling Systems

Radiator Remove and Install


1. Remove front attachment and park machine on flat
level surface. 17
2. Raise boom and engage boom lock.
3. Raise engine cover and remove side panels. See Side
Panel Remove and Install. (Group 1910.) 17
NOTE: Air conditioning system does NOT need to 6
be recovered. Condenser can be moved aside
without disconnecting refrigerant lines.

4. Remove condenser cap screws and pin. See


Condenser Remove and Install. (Group 1830.) Secure
condenser out of the way.
5. Drain engine coolant.
3
• For wheeled machines, see Drain Cooling System.
(Operator's Manual.)

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• For tracked machines, see Drain Cooling System. 8
(Operator's Manual.)
6. Remove upper (6) and lower (8) radiator hoses.
Disconnect overflow hose.

3— Radiator 8— Lower Radiator Hose


6— Upper Radiator Hose 17— Cap Screw (2 used)
Radiator

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7. Remove carriage bolts (20) from engine compartment


bracket (21).
8. Remove cap screws (17) from radiator mounting
bracket.

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9. Remove radiator (3).
10. Repair or replace parts as necessary.
11. Install radiator and mounting bracket cap screws.
12. Install engine compartment bracket carriage bolts.
13. Install upper and lower radiator and overflow hoses.
Engine Compartment Bracket
14. Fill cooling system.
• For wheeled machines, see Fill Cooling System. 20— Carriage Bolt (2 used) 21— Engine Compartment
(Operator's Manual.) Bracket
• For tracked machines, see Fill Cooling System.
(Operator's Manual.)
15. Install condenser. See Condenser Remove and 17. Release boom lock and lower boom to ground.
Install. (Group 1830.)
16. Install side panels. See Side Panel Remove and
Install. (Group 1910.) Lower engine cover.
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Cooling Package Remove and Install


1. Remove front attachment and park machine on flat
level surface.
2. Raise boom and engage boom lock.
3. Remove side panels and engine cover. See Side
Panel Remove and Install and see Engine Cover
Remove and Install. (Group 1910.)
4. Drain engine coolant.
• For wheeled machines, see Drain Cooling System.
(Operator's Manual.)
• For tracked machines, see Drain Cooling System.
(Operator's Manual.)
NOTE: Air conditioning system does NOT need to
be recovered. Condenser can be moved aside
without disconnecting refrigerant lines.

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5. Remove condenser cap screws (5) and remove pin
(6) from fuel tank bracket (8). Secure condenser out
of the way.
6. Remove cap screws (7) and remove fuel tank bracket.

1— Compressor-to-Condenser 5— Cap Screw (2 used)


High Pressure Line 6— Pin Air Conditioner Condenser Right Side View
2— Condenser 7— Cap Screw (2 used)
3— Condenser-to-Receiver- 8— Fuel Tank Bracket
Dryer High Pressure Line
4— Cap Screw and Clamp (2
used)

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7. Disconnect upper (10) and lower (11) radiator hoses.


Close all openings using caps and plugs.
8. Disconnect hydraulic oil filter mounting bracket and
secure out of the way. 10

9— Radiator 11— Lower Radiator Hose


10— Upper Radiator Hose

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11

Radiator

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9. Disconnect charge air pipes (13 and 14) from charge


air cooler (12). Close all openings using caps and
plugs.

CAUTION: To avoid injury from escaping fluid


under pressure, stop engine and relieve the
pressure in the system before disconnecting or
connecting hydraulic or other lines. Tighten all
connections before applying pressure.

NOTE: Install vacuum pump on hydraulic oil tank


to minimize oil loss when removing hydraulic
oil cooler (15) lines.

10. Disconnect hydraulic oil cooler lines (16 and 17).


Close all openings using caps and plugs.
11. Remove fan. See Fan Remove and Install. (Group
0510.)
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12. Disconnect fan drive motor hydraulic lines. Close all


openings using caps and plugs. See Fan Drive Motor
Remove and Install. (Group 2160.)

12— Charge Air Cooler 15— Hydraulic Oil Cooler


13— Charge Air Cooler-to- 16— Pump-to-Oil Cooler
Intake Manifold Pipe Hydraulic Line
14— Turbocharger-to-Charge 17— Oil Cooler-to-Control
Air Cooler Pipe Valve Hydraulic Line Charge Air Cooler and Standard Hydraulic Oil Cooler Shown

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13. Remove electrical harness clips (18) from lower


hydraulic oil cooler (15) mounting brackets.

18— Electrical Harness Clip (2


used)

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Standard Hydraulic Oil Cooler Lower Mounting Cap Screws Shown

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14. Remove carriage bolts (20) from engine compartment


bracket (21).

CAUTION: Prevent possible crushing injury from


heavy component. Use appropriate lifting device.

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15. Attach appropriate lifting device to cooling package.
Specification
Cooling Pack-
age—Weight (approx-
imate).............................................................................................. 73 kg
160 lb.
Engine Compartment Bracket
20— Carriage Bolt (2 used) 21— Engine Compartment
Bracket

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16. Remove cap screws (19).

CAUTION: Prevent possible crushing injury from


heavy component. Use appropriate lifting device.

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17. Remove cooling package.
18. Repair or replace as necessary.
19. Install cooling package.
20. Install and torque cooling package cap screws.
Specification
Cooling Package Cap Cooling Package
Screw—Torque............................................................................320 N·m
236 lb-ft
19— Cap Screw (3 used)
21. Install engine compartment bracket cap screws.
22. Install electrical harness clips.
• For tracked machines, see Fill Cooling System.
23. Install fan drive motor hydraulic lines. See Fan Drive (Operator's Manual.)
Motor Remove and Install. (Group 2160.) 30. Check hydraulic oil level.
24. Install fan. See Fan Remove and Install. (Group 0510.)
• For wheeled machines, see Check Hydraulic
25. Connect hydraulic oil cooler lines. Reservoir Oil Level. (Operator's Manual.)
• For tracked machines, see Check Hydraulic
26. Connect charge air pipes. Reservoir Oil Level. (Operator's Manual.)
27. Connect radiator upper and lower hoses. 31. Install engine cover and side panels. See Engine
Cover Remove and Install and see Side Panel
28. Install condenser and fuel tank bracket.
Remove and Install. (Group 1910.)
29. Fill cooling system.
32. Release boom lock and lower boom to ground.
• For wheeled machines, see Fill Cooling System.
(Operator's Manual.)
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Thermostat and Diffuser/Flow Divider


Remove and Install
CAUTION: Explosive release of fluids from
pressurized cooling system can cause serious
burns. DO NOT drain coolant until it has TS281 —UN—23AUG88
cooled below operating temperature. Always
loosen radiator pressure cap or drain valve
slowly to relieve pressure.

1. Remove radiator pressure cap and partially drain


cooling system. See Drain Cooling System.
(Operator's Manual.)
High Pressure Fluids

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2. Remove coolant hose (shown removed) from


thermostat housing (2).
NOTE: The diffuser/flow divider can be reused if there 1 2
is no damage noted on inspection.

3. Remove diffuser/flow divider (1) from thermostat


housing (2).
4. Remove thermostat. See Thermostat — Removal.
(CTM10109.)
5. Inspect parts and replace if needed.
6. Install thermostat. See Thermostat — Installation.
(CTM10109.)

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7. Install diffuser/flow divider in thermostat housing.
8. Install coolant hose to thermostat housing. Tighten
clamp.
9. Fill cooling system and check for leaks. See Fill
Cooling System. (Operator's Manual.)
Remove Diffuser/Flow Divider
1— Diffuser/Flow Divider 2— Thermostat Housing

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Group 0520
Intake System
Air Cleaner Remove and Install
1. Remove front attachment and park machine on flat
level surface.
2. Raise boom and engage boom lock.

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3. Raise engine cover and remove side panels. See Side
Panel Remove and Install. (Group 1910.)
4. Disconnect electrical connectors from air filter
restriction switch (B1) and ambient air temperature
sensor (B24).
5. Unscrew and remove air filter restriction switch (B1).
Air Cleaner Electrical Connectors
6. Loosen hose clamp (1).
7. Remove flange nuts from underside of air cleaner. 1— Hose Clamp B24— Ambient Air
B1—Air Filter Restriction Temperature Sensor
8. Remove air cleaner. Switch

9. Repair or replace as necessary.


10. Install air cleaner. 15. Install side panels. See Side Panel Remove and
Install. (Group 1910.) Lower engine cover.
11. Install flange nuts.
16. Release boom lock and lower boom to ground.
12. Tighten hose clamp.
13. Install air filter restriction switch.
14. Connect air filter restriction switch electrical connector
and ambient air temperature sensor electrical
connector.
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Group 0530
External Exhaust Systems
Muffler Remove and Install
1. Remove front attachment and park machine on flat
level surface.
2. Raise boom and engage boom lock.

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3. Raise and lock operator's station. See Raising
Operator's Station. (Group 1810.)
4. Raise engine cover and remove right side panel. See
Side Panel Remove and Install. (Group 1910.)
NOTE: Muffler does not need to be removed to
remove flex pipe.
Front of Muffler
5. Remove exhaust clamp (1).
1— Exhaust Clamp

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6. Remove exhaust clamp (2) and remove flex pipe (5).


7. Repair or replace flex pipe as necessary.

2— Exhaust Clamp 5— Flex Pipe

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Lower Exhaust Clamp

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8. Remove cap screws (3) and remove muffler (4).


9. Repair or replace muffler as necessary.
10. Install muffler.
IMPORTANT: Flex pipe failure will result if kinked

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or bent. Flex pipe alignment must be straight
before tightening exhaust clamps.

11. Install flex pipe and exhaust clamps.


12. Install right side panel. See Side Panel Remove and
Install. (Group 1910.) Lower engine cover.
13. Lower operator's station. See Raising Operator's Muffler Mounting Bracket
Station. (Group 1810.)
3— Cap Screw (4 used) 4— Muffler
14. Release boom lock and lower boom to ground.
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Group 0560
External Fuel Supply Systems
Fuel Tank Remove and Install 4 2 3
1. Remove front attachment and park machine on flat 4
level surface.
2. Raise boom and engage boom lock.
3
3. Raise and lock operator's station. See Raising
Operator's Station. (Group 1810.) 1

IMPORTANT: When draining fuel, use clean container


to prevent fuel contamination.

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4. Drain fuel.
• For 326D and 328D fuel tank capacity, see 326D
and 328D Drain and Refill Capacities. (Operator's
Manual.) 4
• For 329D and 333D, see 329D and 333D Drain and 3
Refill Capacities. (Operator's Manual.)
• For 332D, see 332D Drain and Refill Capacities. Fuel Tank and Hydraulic Reservoir
(Operator's Manual.)
5. Remove engine. See Engine Remove and Install. 1— Fuel Tank 3—