Figure 30. Crane engine crankshaft assembly, removal and installation.
Section XX. CRANE ENGINE BLOCK
The crane engine block is a solid, one-piece, iron-
alloy casting. It houses the crankshaft, camshaft,
connecting rods, pistons and valves. The block has full
length water jacket around the cylinders and has water
passages around the valves for cooling. Drilled oil
passages carry oil under pressure to all bearings and
moving parts requiring lubrication.
(7) Remove the engine block.
127. Crane Engine Block Removal and Disassembly
b. Disassembly. Disassemble 'the crane engine
(1) Remove the carburetor, distributor,
Crane Engine Block Cleaning and Inspection
regulator, water pump, and spark plugs
a. Soak the engine block in a strong caustic