Copyright 2002 Case France
Printed in U.S.A.
1001SAFETY, GENERAL INFORMATION
Clean all metal parts except bearings, in a suitable
cleaning solvent or by steam cleaning. Do not use
caustic soda for steam cleaning. After cleaning, dry
and put oil on all parts. Clean oil passages with
compressed air. Clean bearings in a suitable cleaning
solvent. Dry the bearings completely and put oil on
Check all parts when the parts are disassembled.
Replace all parts that have wear or damage. Small
scoring or grooves can be removed with a hone or
crocus cloth. Complete a visual inspection for
indications of wear, pitting and the replacement of
parts necessary to prevent early failures.
Check bearings for easy action. If bearings have a
loose fit or rough action, replace the bearing. Wash
bearings with a suitable cleaning solvent and permit
to air dry. DO NOT DRY BEARINGS WITH
Before you press needle bearings in a bore always
remove any metal protrusions in the bore or edge of
the bore. Before you press bearings into position, put
petroleum jelly on the inside and outside diameter of
Check all gears for wear and damage. Replace gears
that have wear or damage.
Oil Seals, O-rings and Gaskets
Always install new oil seals, O-rings and gaskets. Put
petroleum jelly on seals and O-rings.
Check all shafts that have wear or damage. Check
the bearing and oil seal surfaces of the shafts for
Always install genuine Case service parts. When
ordering refer to the Parts Catalog for the correct part
number of the genuine Case replacement items.
Failures due to the use of other than genuine Case
replacement parts are not covered by warranty.
Only use the oils and lubricants specified in the
Operator’s or Service Manuals. Failures due to the
use of non-specified oils and lubricants are not
covered by warranty.