Install and tighten the hex head screws (2), lockwashers (3), and nuts (4) attaching the operator's platform
(5) to the top cover (1).
Connect the sprinkler linkage with the sprinkler shaft arms.
Install the sprinkler pedal pads.
Install the brake pedal pads and tighten the mounting bolts, lockwashers, and nuts.
162. Steering Roll Top Cover
a. General. The steering roll top cover (1) is bolted to the frame and operator's platform of the road roller. It is
necessary to disconnect all linkages on the bottom part of the top cover assembly before attempting to remove the cover.
Loosen the hose clamp and disconnect the hydraulic oil tank filler hose from the filler pipe (par. 154).
Remove the radiator cap.
Unscrew the mounting nuts on the operating control shafts and remove the shafts.
Disconnect all linkages on the bottom part of the top cover (1) assembly.
Remove the hex head screws (2), lockwashers (3), and nuts (4) attaching the top cover (1) to the road
roller frame and operator's platform (5).
Lift up and remove the top cover (1).
c. Cleaning. Wash the top cover in cleaning solvent and blow it dry with clean compressed air. Remove all dirt
and imbedded foreign matter from all welded flanges and brackets. Clean the mounting screws with cleaning solvent and
a stiff wire brush.
d. Inspection and Repair.
Inspect the top cover for breaks, cracks, twisting, warpage, and splitting or elongated mounting holes.
Weld all cracks and breaks. Replace the top cover if badly warped or cracked.
Check all mounting screws and nuts for worn, corroded, damaged, and stripped threads. Replace all
defective mounting screws and nuts.
Position the top cover (1) in its proper mounting place and see that the mounting holes in the cover, road
roller frame, and operator's platform are properly alined.
Install and tighten the top cover mounting screws (2), lockwashers (3), and nuts (4).