REMOVE HYDRAULIC MOTOR
WARNING: Release the pressure from the
hydraulic system before any work is done.
Disconnect and cap the oil supply line (1) and oil
return line (2) on the hydraulic motor (3).
Remove the four nuts (4) that secure the motor
to the studs on the bearing bracket and shaft
Remove the two capscrews (6) that secure the
motor mount (7) to the rear end frame.
Slide the motor from the bearing bracket and
Remove the two nuts (8) that secure the motor
support studs to the motor mount.
INSTALL HYDRAULIC MOTOR
Secure the motor mount (1) to the two motor
support studs (2).
Insert the motor drive shaft into the bracket
bearing coupling and slide the motor (3) onto
the bracket studs (4).
Install the four bracket bearing stud nuts (5).
Secure the motor mount to the rear end frame
with the two capscrews (6).
NOTE: Before connecting motor hoses, fill supply
and return ports with clean hydraulic oil to provide
Uncap and connect the oil supply hose (7) and
oil return hose (8).
NOTE: Operate a new or rebuilt motor at zero
pressure and lowest possible engine speed for
initial break-in (at least two minutes). During this
time, the unit should run freely and not develop
excessive heat. If the unit operates properly, speed
and pressure can then be increased to normal