INSPECT AIR INLET CONNECTIONS for leaks or damaged
CHECK ANTI-FREEZE protection. Maintain readings well
tubing. If air by-passes the air filter and enters directly into
below anticipated temperatures, adding permanent type
the engine, serious damage may result.
anti-freeze with rust inhibitors as required. Do not use
anti-freeze with anti-leak additives.
Do not use
STEAM CLEAN RADIATOR every 50 hours or as
required to maintain optimum cooling efficiency. The
OIL AND FILTER CHANGE should be made after initial 50
importance of a clean radiator cannot be overstressed.
hours of operation, and there- after filter change every 200
Remove air-oil cooler leaving hoses connected. Clean
hours and oil and filter change every 400 hours.
carefully and inspect core for bent or damaged fins.
Transmission oil should be at operating temperature.
Remove sump screen, cleaning thoroughly and replace
using new gaskets. Access to the filter can be made by
removing rear floor plate' and seat mounting base, complete
with seat. Using a chain or belt filter wrench, remove
canister. Remove old element and check for foreign
material deposits. Install new element and O ring. Install
filter canister and torque to 20 to 25 ft-lbs (2,8 to 3,5 m-kg).
Refill transmission to FULL mark (refer to LUBRICANTS
SPECIFICATION CHART ). Idle engine to prime converter
and lines and recheck level, topping to FULL mark as
required. When oil temperature is at operating temperature
of 180 to 200°F (82 to 93°C) make final oil level check.
CHECK DIFFERENTIAL AND PLANETARY OIL LEVELS
after machine operation but allow 5 minutes for all the oil to
drain to its normal level. Planetary oil level is checked at
Hinged Air-Oil Cooler
filler plug on planetary end cap with filler hole at its lowest
position, and differential oil level is checked at filler plug on
INSPECT RADIATOR HOSES and connections for leaks
differential housing. Add lubricant as necessary (refer to
or damaged hoses.
LUBRI- CANTS SPECIFICATION CHART).
CHANGE OIL after initial 50 hours of operation with oil at
operating temperature. Subsequent changes are made
every 800 hours. Remove plug at bottom of axle housing
and allow lubricant to drain. Replace drain plugs and fill
with a light flushing oil. Operate axles for a short period of
time, then drain. Inspect the magnetic drain plug for foreign
particles indicative of wear or possible failure. Replace
Radiator Hose Connections