Fig. 7. Door and Hinge Details
Integral Door 2. Hinge Pillar Check in
An integral door check (Fig. 7) is included in the upper
hinge used with this door. If door is removed, upper and
lower hinges should not be interchanged. There is no
disassembly of hinges since they are serviced as a
complete unit. It should also be noted that hinge
mounting holes are elongated to provide adjustment for
positioning cab door in door opening.
Fig. 8. Removing Door From Cab
Access to Hinge Mounting
Remove door hardware and trim as covered
Using a rope sling (or padded chain) through
window opening, attach sling to overhead lift and
Remove four button plugs for access to hinge
Remove the four flange head hinge bolts and lift
door assembly from hinges (Fig. 8).
Place door on saw horses or similar support.
Protect paint from scratches.
To simplify door adjustment on reassembly,
mark hinge position on hinge pillar with scratch
awl before loosening hinges. Remove the three
flange head bolts and detach door hinge from
hinge pillar (Fig. 9).
Flange head bolt inside pillar can best
be removed with a flex socket. Also be
careful when extracting bolt so as to
avoid its loss inside pillar.
Fig. 9. Removing Cab Door Hinge From Hinge Pillar
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