THE SEAL THAT IS LOCATED ON THE ECCENTRIC WEIGHT SHAFT IS LEAKING [TIBU3699]
THE SEAL THAT IS LOCATED ON THE ECCENTRIC WEIGHT SHAFT IS LEAKING
TECHNICAL INFORMATION BULLETIN
September 25, 2002
Component Code 7558
SUBJECT: THE SEAL THAT IS LOAVSED ON THE ECCENTRIC WEIGHT SHAFT IS LEAKING.
The 184-9897 wear sleeve may contain excessive lead from the machining process. The excessive lead may cause the 184-9896 seal to leak.
Replace 198-9896 seals (1), 184-9897 wear sleeves (2), and the 188-8880 rings (3). Use the following procedure in order to remove the wear sleeves from the eccentric weight shafts.
- Use a puller in order to remove wear sleeve (2) from the short shaft of the eccentric weight assembly. If a puller cannot be used for removal of the wear sleeve from the long shaft of the eccentric weight assembly, refer to Steps 2 and 3.
- Use a die grinder with a cutting wheel in order to cut a small groove (4) across the length of wear sleeve (2). Cut groove (4) parallel to the shaft of the eccentric weight shaft. Do not cut through the wear sleeve with the cutting wheel.
- Use a blunt end chisel (5) and a hammer in order to split the wear sleeve.
- Remove the wear sleeve and return the wear sleeve to Larry Andersen at: AVSpare Paving Products Inc., 9401 85th Ave N., Brooklyn Park, MN. 55445.
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