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TM10-3930-242-12
Figure 4-45. Counterweight and pintle hook, removal and installation.
Section XVIII. MAINTENANCE OF HYDRAULIC LIFT, PUMP, AND TUBING
CAUTION
1-72. Tilt Cylinder
When removing any hydraulic hoses and
Inspect the cylinder piston end for wear. Inspect
lines, cap all openings to prevent foreign
cylinder for cracks or leaks. If defective, report to
material from entering system, causing
direct support maintenance.
serious damage to the system.
4-73. Fork Carriage
NOTE
a. Removal. Refer to figure 4-46 and remove the
Late model rough terrain forklift trucks
fork carriage.
are equipped with a filter contaminator
indicator. This indicator is mounted on
b. Cleaning and Inspection.
the top of the reservoir. Its purpose is to
(1) Clean the carriage with drycleaning solvent
signal when the main hydraulic oil filter is
(item 1, App F).
in "by-pass" and is no longer serviceable.
(2) Inspect the fork carriage for breaks or
cracks in the welding. Inspect pins for wear. Replace
4-71. Hydraulic Oscillator Cylinder
all defective mounting hardware.
a. Cleaning. Clean the cylinder with drycleaning
c. Installation. Refer to figure 446 and install
solvent (item 1, App F).
the fork carriage.
b. Inspection. Inspect for cracks, breaks, ex-
cessive wear, or loose or missing hardware. Inspect
the hoses for deterioration and cuts. Replace all
defective parts.

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