(9) Scraper. The roll scraper. (10, fig. 2) and scraper shaft (9) are mounted on the steering yoke (8). The
scraper removes dirt, gravel, and imbedded foreign matter from the roll.
(10) Side doors. The hinged side doors (16, fig. 2) are located on the left and right sides of the roller. The doors
provide access to the inside components of the road roller.
(11) Cranking shaft. The cranking shaft (14, fig. 2) of the engine is located on the left rear side of the road roller.
If the starting motor should fail, the cranking shaft is used to start the engine.
(12) Gear cover. The gear cover (17, fig. 2) protects the driving gears from dirt, water, and damage.
(13) Grease pipe. The grease pipe (18, fig. 2) is located on the gear cover (17). It is used for the lubrication of
(14) Carbine rack. The carbine rack (6, fig. 2) is mounted in the front of the road roller. The rack is provided with
a zippered canvas cover.
b. Engine. The road roller is driven by a Continental Model F244-201 gasoline engine (figs. 3 and 4). The engine is
a 6-cylinder, 4-cycle, L-head, water-cooled, gasoline engine developing 48 hp at 1,500 rpm.
(1) Manifolds. The intake (19, fig. 3) and exhaust (1) manifolds are mounted on the right side of the engine.
The heat control valve (2) is mounted on the exhaust manifold.
(2) Carburetor. The carburetor (17, fig. 3) is the updraft type and is mounted on the right side of the engine.
The fuel filter (16) is mounted on the inlet elbow of the carburetor.
(3) Governor. The governor (13, fig. 3) is mounted on the right front side of the engine and is driven by the
(4) Magneto. The magneto (14, fig. 3) is mounted on the right side of the engine and is driven by the governor
(5) Fan drive pulley. The fan drive pulley (11, fig. 3) is mounted on the crankshaft and drives the fan (7), the
battery generator (18, fig. 4), and the hydraulic pump.
(6) Oil filter. The oil filter (3, fig. 4) is mounted on the left side of the engine.
(7) Hour meter. The hour meter (4, fig. 4) is mounted on the cylinder head (7) and is driven by the oil pump.
(8) Spark plugs and leads. The spark plugs (6, fig. 4) and spark-plug leads (5) are shielded to eliminate radio
(9) Starting motor. The starting motor (12, fig. 4) is mounted on the left side of the flywheel housing (10).