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HYDRAULIC SYSTEM COMPONENTS
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TM-55-4920-373-14-P Gasoline Engine Driven Hydrualic Systems Test Stand Type D5-B Manual
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Brake Drum and Hub.
TM 55-4920-373-14&P
a. Install new gasket.
c. Insure that each oil line is properly
connected to engine.
b. Support governor and mount with 4 bolts
to engine front plate.
9. Magneto. To replace and time the magne-
to (item 1, figure 4-2) proceed as follows:
c. Attach carburetor control linkage.
a. Remove screen over flywheel air in-
d. Connect engine oil line.
take to expose timing marks on flywheel (X) and
on shroud.
e.  Hook governor control spring in hole
number 9 on control lever.
b. Remove number 1 spark plug and turn
engine over with handcrank while holding finger
f. Adjust the governor by screwing the ball
over open spark plug hole.
joint stud on the control rod until there is about
1/16" clearance between the throttle lever and
c. When air blows out of hole, continue
the stop pin on the carburetor.
turning engine until the flywheel mark is lined up
with the air shroud mark.  Leave engine in this
5 . Carburetor.  To replace the carburetor
position.
(item 14, figure 4-2), proceed as follows:
d. Insert ignition wire into number 1 con-
a. Install new gasket on manifold.
nection on magneto. Hold other end of wire
about 1/8" away from magneto body.
b.
Position carburetor and secure with 2
bolts.
e. Turn magneto gear in clockwise direc-
tion to trip the impulse coupling until the number
c.
Connect fuel line.
1 terminal sparks.
d.
Connect choke and throttle control
f. Mount the magneto to the engine,
cables.
meshing the gears.
g. Tighten nut and capscrew securing
e. When engine is running, adjust carbure-
magneto to engine.
tor needle valve for best low speed operation.
h. Connect remaining ignition wires and
6. Fuel Pump. To replace the fuel pump
ground wire.
(item 7, figure 4-2), proceed as follows:
10. Spark Plugs.  To replace the spark plugs
(item 1, figure 4-4) proceed as follows:
a. Install new gasket to fuel pump adapter.
a. Insert spark plug into threaded opening
b. Hold fuel pump in place and attach with
on cylinder head.
2 mounting bolts.
b. Tighten spark plug 25 to 30 foot pounds
c. Connect fuel outlet line to carburetor.
c. Connect ignition wire to plug.
7. Fuel Strainer.  To replace the fuel strainer
4-22. MISCELLANEOUS. Proceed to:
(item 8, figure 4-2) proceed as follows:
1. Fuel Tank. To replace the fuel tank (item
a. Insert and tighten brass connector fitting
18, figure 4-4) proceed as follows:
into fuel pump.
NOTE
b. Install fuel strainer on brass connector
The fuel tank must be installed before
fitting.
installing the hydraulic pump, fluid
reservoir, or any other hydraulic
c. Connect fuel inlet line.
components.
a. Position fuel tank to frame and fasten
8. Oil Filter Assembly. To r lace the oil
with 4 bolts and nuts.
filter assembly (item 2, figure 4-2) proceed as
follows:
b. Connect fuel line.
c. Connect fuel indicator.
a. Supporting filter canister, mount to
shroud frame with 4 bolts and nuts.
2. Wheels/Tire/Tubing. To replace the
wheels, tire and tube refer to Chapter 3, Section
b. Connect 2 oil lines.
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