HOW TO USE THIS BOOK
if you choose to order such items from Harnischfeger, you
will be sold the minimum order quantity of the part. See
This parts book provides a cross-reference between the parts
the topic MINIMUM ORDER QUANTITIES below.
list and an illustration of the part. in that respect, it is not
very different from many other parts books. However, it is
MINIMUM ORDER QUANTITIES
unusual in some ways, since it contains much additional infor-
For items such as common hardware, the minimum order
mation not normally included in parts books. Some features
quantity is 50. For instance, any item identified in the parts
of this book are pointed out below.
list by description only is automatically a common hardware
item. The lack of a specific part number indicates that any
commercial grade of hardware is acceptable for use at that
This book is edited to match it to a specific machine. The
point on the machine. Such common hardware items will be
serial number of the machine appears on the EDITING PAGE
sold in quantities of 50 or in multiples of 50 only.
However, if a part number is assigned to a hardware item in
Editing is only necessary when the machine model offers an
this book, this will usually indicate that severe service condi-
EITHER/OR option, such as a GM or Cummins engine. In
tions require the use of the item listed.
such a case, a check mark will appear in the box adjacent to
the option selected. Applicable subassemblies will be listed
below on the basic option.
Certain items (primarily pumps, cylinders, valves, etc.) should
If you wish, you can remove those pages of the book which
normally be completely repacked when they are disassembled.
do not apply to your machine. The remainder of the pages
In these cases, we are listing gasket and seal kits rather then
will then constitute a fully edited manual, except that items
individual O-rings or seals. Experience has convinced us that
(such as boom inserts) which were not necessarily sold with
this is the least expensive method from the viewpoint of both
this machine will be listed in the manual, since it is quite con-
the dealer and the customer. It will prevent down time caused
ceivable that the user may wish to buy such an item at a later
by inadvertant damage to seals or gaskets during reassembly.
For these reasons, some items formerly listed separately are
available in kit form only.
THE LISTING OF A PART IN THIS MANUAL DOES NOT
IMPLY THAT IS WAS FURNISHED WITH YOUR MACHINE.
IT IS SIMPLY AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE, IF YOU SO
The indention of a part in the "Description" column indicates
the relationship of that part to the assembly of which it is a
DEALER STOCK PARTS
pert. For instance, the shaft assembly listed above can be
purchased in two ways - as a assembly, or the key alone. You
Items marked with an "X" in the "stock" column are recom-
mended for inclusion in dealer's stock. The recommended
can tell this at a glance, since parts indented beneath an assem-
stock quantity is indicated in the adjacent "QTY" column.
bly are a part of that assembly, and will be received automati-
The quantity shown is based on one machine in heavy duty
cally ii the assembly Is ordered.
service, and should be correspondingly increased if more than
EXAMPLE NO. 1
one machine of this type is in your area.
Common hardware is described by standard methods. For
EXAMPLE NO. 2
instance, a capscrew may be described as a 1/2-3UNC x 1-1/2
in. It will not be listed by pert number, because it is not econo-
mically sound to sell small quantities of common hardware. We
. BOLT, Hex hd 1/2-13UNC x 1 in.
recommend that you purchase such items locally, However,
Parts pages are intended for use in ordering parts. and therefore do
not always depict the correct way to assemble components.