d. Remove the tank mounting capscrews
tank has a filler tube, an inlet and an outlet
connection and a sight gauge. Proper oil level
is maintained just at the top of the sight
e. Disconnect the inlet and outlet hoses,
catching the oil which remained in the hoses in
f. Cap the hoses and the connections on the
a. Remove the hydraulic hose between the
pump and the steering control unit. Hold the
end of the hose into a container and run the
g. Remove the tank through the ballast hole.
engine until the hydraulic tank is drained.
Reconnect the hose to the control unit.
b. If ballast is kept in the front compartment,
a. Place the tank through the front ballast
remove the ballast.
hole in its original position.
c. Remove the capscrews from the ballast
b. Replace the mounting capscrews and
c. Connect the inlet and outlet hoses.
Tighten ail connections sufficiently to prevent
pressure and vacuum leaks.
d. Fill the hydraulic tank to the top of the
sight gauge with new oil.
e. Run the engine to check for leaks and
observe if there is a loss of oil supply in the
tank. Add oil until it again covers the sight
9-63. CENTERPOINT HITCH.
9-65. The centerpoint hitch between the front