Replace the steering yoke if it is broken or cracked more than halfway through. Inspect the swivel pin for breaks, cracks,
wear, pitting, corrosion and etching. Check the bolt groove in the swivel pin for wear, broken or chipped edges, cracks,
and breaks. If the swivel pin is defective, replace it. Inspect all mounting bolts and screws for worn, damaged, twisted,
corroded, or stripped threads. Replace all worn or damaged bolts and screws.
(1) Position the steering yoke (7) under the kingpin (5), making sure that the mounting surfaces are properly
(2) Lift up the steering yoke until the swivel pin hole in the steering yoke is properly alined with the kingpin hole.
(3) Drive the swivel pin (18) through the steering yoke (7) and kingpin (5) with a wood block and a sledge
hammer. Pound the swivel pin from the front of the steering yoke.
(4) Drive the swivel pin into the kingpin until the swivel pill bolt hole is in proper alinement with the bolt slot on
the swivel pin.
(5) Install and tighten the swivel pin bolt (19), lockwasher, and nut.
(6) Position the steering roll assembly under the steering yoke (7) so that the axle (17) and axle pins (15) are
properly alined with the grooves in the bottom part of the steering yoke.
(7) Remove all blocking from under the road roller. Lower the road roller until the steering yoke (7) rests with its
full weight on the steering roll axle (17).
(8) Install the axle clamps (13) on both sides of the steering roll (8).
(9) Install and tighten the axle clamp screws (14) and lockwashers.
(10) Tighten the axle screws (11) on both sides of the axle (17) until all side play is eliminated from the axle
bearings. Make sure that the bearings do not bind. Secure the axle screws (11) with lock wires (12).
(11) Install the steering roll sprinkler mat assembly (par. 167g).
(12) Install the steering roll scraper assembly (par. 163e).
(13) Fill the steering roll with water if necessary.
(2) Disconnect the steering cylinder from the kingpin steering arm (par. 152b).