When The Part Number And Next Higher Assembly Is
When The Part Number Is Known:
Use the numerical Index to find the part number. Turn
to the page listed and locate the part as indicated by
USE: Determine the function and application of the
the reference number.
part required. Turn to the illustrated index page
immediately behind the front cover, and select the
The assembly breakdowns include part
most appropriate area.
numbers, description, quantities required, keys and
footnotes to help in selecting the correct parts.
Line up the black arrow containing the appropriate
reference number, with the black tab on the division
Keys are used to show effective serial numbers, two
index page with the same reference number. Use the
division index to determine the assembly which would
or more similar assemblies, RH and LH assembly
normally contain the part required. Proceed then to
parts, etc. Select the appropriate key, "A", "B", "C" or
"D" and the corresponding quantity column to find the
locate the part on the assembly breakdown page.
Indent numbers are used to indicate assemblies and
When The Part Number Is Not Known And Next Higher
sub-parts of assemblies. Number 1 Is the major
Assembly Is Known:
assembly. Part descriptions which are indented under
2, 3, or 4 are sub-parts of that major assembly shown
Determine the assembly the required part Is used on.
Turn to the alphabetical index immediately following
the Illustrated index.
Quantities shown are for one assembly. Note that
three assemblies are shown, but the quantities of the
Locate the assembly the required part is used on and
sub-parts are indicated as one and two This means
turn to the page indicated for that assembly. Proceed
one and two per assembly.
then to locate the part on the assembly breakdown
ORDERING PARTS: When ordering replacement parts, give the unit serial number, part
number, name of part and quantity required.
For any further information on parts, service, or ordering, consult your local Hyster dealer.