Section I. OPERATOR'S TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT
Special Tools and Equipment
There are no special tools or equipment required to perform operator maintenance on the roll crusher.
Basic Issue Item Tools and Equipment
The basic issue item tools and equipment authorized for or initially supplied with the roll crusher are listed in
Section II. LUBRICATION
General Lubrication Information
This section contains general lubrication instructions and supplemental lubrication instructions
which are not specifically covered in the lubrication order.
Refer to LO 5-3820-205-12-1 for specific lubrication instructions.
Detailed Lubrication Information
Care of Lubricants. When storing or handling lubricants, ensure that the containers are clean
and securely covered to prevent dirt, dust, or other foreign matter from entering. Ensure that the lubricant is
clean before using it.
Cleaning. Clean all surfaces surrounding the point to be lubricated before applying the
lubricant. Use a clean cloth dampened in an approved cleaning solvent to clean the surface before lubricating.
Remove all excess lubricant after lubrication.
Points of Application. The points of application can be located by referring to LO 5-3820-205-
Caution: Over-lubrication may cause equipment failure or damage to working parts.
Special Lubrication Instructions for Unusual Conditions. Lubrication intervals will be more
frequent when operating the roll crusher during extremely high or low temperature, in dust or sand, or under any
condition which tends to destroy the protective quality or quantity of the lubricant.
Crankcase Breather. Service the crankcase breather (fig. 37).
Engine Oil. When using OEA oil in the crankcase, observe the following precautions:
(1) The crankcase oil level must be checked frequently as oil consumption may increase.
(2) The oil may require changing more frequently than usual because contamination by dilution
and sludge formation will increase under cold weather operating conditions
Figure 37. Crankcase breather service.