NOTES - CONTINUED:
clean and coat the governor and throttle linkage, door
hinges and latches, handbrake lever, linkage, batching
hopper gates bearings and linkage to metering valve,
and drive chains, with OE/HDO.
3. ENGINE OIL LEVEL HOT OR COLD CHECK. Cold
engine, oil level should be at high mark on dipstick. Hot
engine, oil level must be between high and low marks on
dipstick (allow to set 5 minutes before checking).
4. ENGINE. Oil is to be changed each 50 hours. Drain
when lubricant is warm.
5. ENGINE OIL FILTER. Filter is to be replaced each
second oil change.
Remove filter element, clean
housing and install new filter element.
replacement, fill crankcase, operate engine 5 minutes,
check for leaks, check crankcase oil level and bring to
full mark. Install new filter element each 100 hours.
6. AIR CLEANER. Refill oil reservoir to level mark.
Each 50 hours disassemble entire unit, clean, reoil and
7. GEAR BOX. Check level each 50 hours. Change
gear lubricant only when required by maintenance repair
Copy of this Lubrication Order will remain with the
equipment at all times, instructions contained herein are
After refill, operate for 5 minutes, check for leaks.
8. WHEEL BEARINGS. Each 1000 hours remove
By order of the Secretary of the Army:
wheels, clean and inspect all parts, replace worn or
damaged parts, repack bearings, and reassemble.
JOHN A. WICKHAM, JR.
General, United States Army
9. LUBRICANTS. The following is a list of lubricants
Chief of Staff
with military symbols and applicable specification
ROBERT M. JOYCE
Major General, United States Army
The Adjutant General
(SD), Type II
To be distributed in accordance with DA Form 12-25B,
Operator and Organizational maintenance requirements
U.S GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE : 1984-420-903/235
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