OPERATOR AND CREW MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
Section I. SPECIAL TOOLS AND LUBRICANTS
34. Tools and Equipment
d. Lubrication Instruct for Unusual Conditions. The
intervals will be more frequent when operating the crane
No special tools or equipment is needed by the operator
during extremely high temperatures, in dust or sand, or
for the maintenance of this crane.
under any conditions which tends to destroy the
protective quality of the lubricant.
35. General Lubrication Information
checked frequently as oil consumption may increase.
This section contains the lubrication
This oil may require changing more frequently than
formation will increase under cold-weather conditions.
36. Detailed Lubrication Information
f. Carrier Engine Oil Filter Service. Service the
lubricants, make certain the containers are clean and
g. Crane Engine Oil Filter Service. Service the
securely covered to prevent dirt, dust, or foreign matter
crane engine oil filter as instructed in figure 18.
from entering. Be sure the lubricant is clean before
h. Carrier Engine Crankcase Breather Service.
Service the carrier engine crankcase breather as
b. Cleaning. Clean all surfaces surrounding the
point to be lubricated before applying the lubricant. Use
i. Carrier Engine Air Cleaner Service. Service the
a clean cloth dampened in an approved cleaning solvent
carrier engine air cleaner as instructed in figure 20.
to clean the surface before lubricating. Remove all
j. Crane Engine Crankcase Breather Service.
excess lubricant after lubricating.
Service the crane engine crankcase breather as
c. Points of Application. The points of application
can be located by referring to the Lubrication Order (fig.
k. Crane Engine Air Cleaner Service. Service the
to the detailed illustrations
of the lubrication
crane engine air cleaner as instructed in figure 20.
points. Follow the instructions and apply the lubricant
equipment failure or damage to
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