A f t e r 100 hours on new brushes, or brushes in
period, remove the end frame covers and inspect the
brushes, commutator and collector rings. If there is no
a p p r e c i a b l e wear on t h e brushes, the inspection
interval may be extended until the most practicable
period has been established (not to exceed six months).
To prevent damage to the commutator or the collector
rings, do not permit the brushes to become shorter
than 3/4 inch.
Keep the generator clean inside and out. Before
removing the end frame covers, wipe off the loose dirt.
The loose dirt and dust may be blown out with low
pressure air (25 psi or 172 kPa maximum). Remove all
greasy dirt with a cloth.
Lubricate all of the power take-off bearings with an
all purpose grease such as Shell Alvania No. 2, or
equivalent. Lubricate sparingly to avoid getting grease
on the clutch facings.
Lubricate the clutch release bearing and the disconnect
mechanical rear drive shaft shielded bearing every 8
hours. The clutch release bearing in the 18" diameter
clutch is pre-lubricated and is not provided with a
T h e following greases, or their equivalents, are
grease fitting, since no further lubrication is required.
Lubricate the power take-off main bearing, also the
Keystone Lubrication Co.
outboard bearing if the unit is so equipped, every 50
Socony Vacuum Oil Co.
hours. Frequency of lubrication will depend on the
NY and NJ Lubricant Co.
NY and NJ926 or F927
working conditions of the bearing, shaft speeds and
bearing loads. It may be necessary to lubricate this
bearing more often than every 50 hours. Lubricate the
front power take-off clutch pilot ball bearing through
the fitting in the outer end of the drive shaft every 50
hours. One or two strokes with a grease gun should be
Remove the inspection hole cover and lubricate the
clutch release levers and link pins sparingly every 500
hours. Lubricate the clutch release shaft through the
Hydraulic Transmission Fluid, Type C-2.
Hydraulic Transmission Fluid. Typo C-2. Aux-
iliary preheat required to raise temperature
in the rump to o tempemture above -10°F.