to be assembled immediately, coat all machined surfaces
definite step can be felt between the worn or unworn
with clean oil and cover.
surfaces when checked with fingernail.
b. Inspect all seals. Replace all seals that are cut,
e. Clean the inside of the gooseneck with solvent and
worn or otherwise have a doubtful remaining service life.
c. Inspect all bearings for cracks, nicks, galling,
brinelling, etc. Replace all parts that are defective or have
REASSEMBLY AND INSTALLATION OF YOKE
a doubtful remaining service life.
AND KING PIN ASSEMBLY.
d. Check bearing surfaces for evidence of bearings
a. Install bearing cups into gooseneck housing if
turning on the shaft. If bearing inner race is turning, check
concentricity of the shaft. Repair or replace if found to be
eccentric or badly worn. Slight imperfections of the shaft
may be removed with fine sandpaper. Check the roller
bearing surfaces of the shaft for nicks, galling and cracks.
Repair or replace shaft if and of these are found or if a
c. Install bearing cone and oil seal into gooseneck (see
d. Insert king pin into gooseneck and fill housing with
Hyster approved multipurpose grease.
e. Install upper bearing cone washer and slotted nut
Install bearing cups into yoke (see figure 9-1 24).
g. Insert oscillation pin into yoke and king pin. Install
two locking bolts into oscillation pin and torque to 200 ft.-
lbs. (27.7 kg-m). See figure 9-125.
h. Pack bearing cones with Hyster approved
multipurpose grease and install two (2) washer and slotted
nut on each end of the oscillation