Quantcast REMOVAL (cont) - TM-10-3930-664-24_521
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TM 10-3930-664-24 24.   Remove cover frame assembly (77) from forklift chassis (78) by removing three screws (79), three nuts (80), screw (81), washers (82), and nut (83).   Ground cable is detached when screw (81) on left side of frame is removed. WARNING To avoid personal injury, use a hoist and get help when lifting the engine and transmission.   Be-sure all chains,  hooks,  etc.      are  in  good  condition  and  are  of  correct  capacity.      Be  sure  hooks  are  positioned correctly.   Always use a spreader bar when necessary.   Do not side load lifting hooks. WARNING Rear lifting hook on engine must not be used to lift the assembly engine and transmission.   Use of the rear lifting hook can result in injury to personnel and damage to the engine or transmission. NOTE The  center  holes  on  each  side  of  the  engine  flywheel  housing  are  filled  with  silicone  sealant.      Sealant must be removed those holes which will be used during lifting of the engine and transmission. 25. Attach lifting chain to each side of engine flywheel housing (88) as follows: a. Install 1/2 inch washers (89) onto two 12mm x 3.0 bolts (90).   Insert bolts through chain links of lifting chain. b. Install one bolt (90) into hole nearest transmission on each side of flywheel housing (88), as shown in figure. Thread bolts a minimum of one inch. c. Attach lifting chain to hoist using shackles. 26. Locate front lifting bracket (91) on engine.   Ensure bracket is securely fastened. 27. Connect lifting chain to front lifting bracket (91).   Attach chain to hoist using shackle. 28. Adjust length of lifting chains so that transmission and engine mounts break free from chassis (78) at the same time.   Transmission and engine assembly must remain level while lifting. 29. Raise hoist to take up slack in chains.   Readjust chains as required. 30. Release  assembled  engine  and  transmission  (92)  from  forklift  chassis  (78)  by  removing  screws  (93),  washers (94), washers (95), washers (96), and nuts (97).   Remove rubber mount (98) only if replacement is required. 31. Lift assembled engine and transmission (92) up off forklift chassis (78) and move to an appropriate work area for further disassembly. 32. Support  the  assembled  engine  and  transmission  (92)  during  disassembly  by  placing  jack  stands  under  engine mounts  (99)  and  mounting  pads  on  flywheel  housing  (88).      Adjust  height  of  jack  stands  to  keep  engine  level. Remove chains. 3-16

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