(3) Inspect the bearings for wear, corrosion, damage, and scoring. Check the bearing rollers for free rotation.
Inspect the roller faces for scoring, pitting, and cracking. Replace all defective bearings and bearing cups.
(4) Replace the lock wires.
(5) Inspect the dust guards for twisting, warpage, wear, and damaged or scored sealing surfaces. Replace the
dust guards if they are worn, cracked, pitted or warped.
(6) Check the adjusting collars for wear, damage, out-of-round, corrosion, pitting, and etching. Check the bolt
holes for wear and cracking or splitting edges. Replace worn or defective adjusting collars.
(7) Inspect the collar bolts for wear, corrosion, and damaged threads. Replace defective collar bolts, nuts, and
(8) Check the adjusting and mounting bolts and nuts for damaged, corroded, twisted, or stripped threads.
Replace all defective adjusting and mounting bolts, nuts, and lockwashers.
(1) Press the bearing cups (9) into the compression roll hub.
(2) If the spur gear has been removed, install it on the compression roll and secure it with screws and lockwire.
(3) Press the bearing (8) and dust guard (7) on the axle shaft (10). Pack the bearing with grease.
(4) Install the axle shaft (10) in the compression roll and press the bearing (8) and dust guard (7) on the
opposite end of the axle shaft.
(5) Install the adjusting collars (6) and make sure that the boll holes in the collars and axle shaft are properly
(6) Install the mounting brackets (4) on both ends of the axle shaft (10). Aline the bolt holes in the mounting
brackets (4), adjusting collars (6) and axle shaft (10).
(7) Install and tighten the mounting bracket bolts (5), lockwashers (17), and nuts (16).
(8) Install the adjusting plates (3) and adjusting bolts (2). Do not tighten the adjusting bolts (2).
(1) Lift up the compression roll assembly over the road roller frame (16) and make sure that the holes in the
mounting brackets (19) and frame are properly alined.
(2) Lower the compression roll (1) and install the mounting bracket bolts, lockwashers, and nuts (20). Tighten
the mounting bolts securely.