HOW TO USE THIS BOOK
Note that in the second example, a bolt is shown as being a
part of the shaft assembly. You will get this bolt automati-
Standard flat glass items are not considered to be replacement
cally when you order the assembly. However, the Iack of a
parts, due to the extreme difficulty involved in shipping such
pert number identifies the bolt as being common hardware,
parts without breakage. For that reason, all flat glass which can
which we recommend you purchase locally.
be obtained locally is illustrated, with full dimensions, in this
Also, a plate (item 3) has been added to the list. Since this
manual. This material should be obtained locally. Only curved
plate is not indented beneath the shaft assembly, you will
or special glass items will be listed in this manual as repair parts.
not receive the plate unless it is ordered as a separate item.
Note that example 2 lists two shaft assemblies, but only one
The machine is broken down into basic groups. For instance,
key. Quantities in this manual are shown as follows:
on a hydraulic truck crane, Group 1 will always be the attach-
1. For assemblies, the quantity is the number of assemblies
ment. Group 2 the upper works, Group 3 the lower and Group 4
the power plant. To find any part, determine which group it
is a part of, turn to the group, and find the page on which the
2. For piece parts, the quantity is the number of parts par
part is listed.
The following Editing Section A, B, C & D (21 pages), section E (5 pages),
section F (5 pages) each cover a different group of serial numbers. Before
ordering parts, refer to the upper left hand corner of each index to deter-
mine which one is applicable for your machine. Changes which occur
within a block of serial numbers are also specified in the upper left hand
corner. After you have determined which index is applicable, check to
see if your machine is affected by the interim changes. If it is, use the
assembly which is specified in the index as a change.