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GENERAL ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS - Continued
Bearings and Shafts. During assembly of shafts and bearings in housings, first mount bearing on shaft. Then
install assembly by applying force to shaft. When mounting bearings on shafts, always apply force to inner
races of bearings.
Bearing Lubrication. Lubricate bearings before reassembly with type of lubricant normally used in related
housing or container. This will provide lubrication during first run-in until lubrication from system can reach
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GENERAL INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
Preparation. When unpacking items, remove all packing material, barrier paper, tape, plastic bags, protective
caps, and protective grease coatings. Handle and store removed components carefully.
Adhesive Sealants and Sealing Compounds. Use sealants and sealing compounds as required in each
Torquing.Screws and nuts must be tightened according to values given in, or to specific values given in
Identification Tags. Put hoses, tubes, lines, and electrical wiring in place by matching identification tags and
markings on equipment.
Hoses, Air Lines, and Wiring. After installing hoses, air lines, and wiring, ensure they do not contact moving
parts or component edges. Secure in place, out of way, with cable ties and cushion clips.
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GENERAL AIR TUBING ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
· Do not remove tube nuts and flared tube sleeves from air tubing unless there is leakage
or other damage to tubes, tube nuts, or flared tube sleeves that make them unserviceable.
· If flared tube sleeve is removed, inspect end of tube connected by tube nut for distortion
or other damage that would make it unserviceable. Do not reuse flared tube sleeves.
· All tube nuts and flared tube sleeves are replaced in same manner. Use following
procedure to replace all tube nuts and flared tube sleeves.
Inspect end of tube (Figure 1, Item 1) for distortion or other damage. If distortion or damage is noted, replace
tube (Figure 1, Item 1).