Pour some hydraulic oil over the gears to
provide initial lubrication during break-in.
Install the port end cover (12) assembly on the
gear housing (19) and tap it into position with a
NOTE: Be sure not to pinch the seal (18) when
installing the port end cover (12) on the gear
Install the two capscrews (9) with washers (11)
and the two support stud nuts, washers. Tighten
each alternately to a torque of 200 ft. lbs.
Rotate the drive shaft (6) with a six inch wrench
while protecting shaft splines with cloth.
If the drive shaft does not roate easily,
disassemble the motor and correct the problem.
Position the assembled motor so that the end of
the drive shaft (6) is up.
Adjust bearing preload as follows:
Tighten the retainer ring (1) until snug.
Scribe an index mark across the ring and
shaft end cover (7).
Loosen the retainer ring (1) until the
scribe marks are separated about 1/2 in.
(this will create about .005 in. bearing
Using a blunt tool, state the outer edge of
the retainer ring (1) into the slot provided
in the shaft end cover (7).
Motor shaft seal.
Port end cover.
Tapered roller bearing.
Shaft end cover.
Bronze shaft bushing.