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Replacing A Motor

NB This is a guide, for more clarity, photos & so on, please reach out to us.


Again, during replacement of the motor cleanliness is vital. We recommend that prior to removing the Motor a power washer is used to thoroughly wash around the entire drive system.


Important: "Lock Out" the host machine as per the instructions in the host machine's operation manual. This will ensure that the host machine cannot be moved while this procedure is being carried out.

Warning: A motor may weigh as much as 30kg therefore care should be taken to avoid crushed or nipped fingers or toes.


6.17 REMOVING THE MOTOR


i) Remove the cover plate from the inside of the track.


ii) Ensure that the pressure from the host machine's hydraulic system has been relieved.


iii) Remove the main supply hoses and fit caps on the hoses and in the motor Ports.


iv) Disconnect the drain hose from the side of the motor. Fit a cap on this hose to prevent contamination.


v) To remove the motor unscrew the two mounting bolts. Then slide the motor out.


Note: There is a splined shaft on the motor which inserts into the gearbox. There is also a seal between the motor and the gearbox.


vi) Cover the gearbox hub with a clean cloth to prevent contamination.


6.18 FITTING THE MOTOR


i) Remove any packaging from the motor and ensure that the mating faces of the motor and the gearbox hub are completely clean.


ii) Align the mounting holes taking care to properly locate the shaft of the motor and avoid damaging the seal. Always fit a new seal when replacing the motor.


iii) Insert the two mounting bolts.


iv) Connect a male-male adapter and dowty seal into the drain port on the side of the motor. Then connect the drain hose.


v) Re-connect the main supply hoses correctly.


vi) Replace the cover plate on the inside of the track frame.


vii) After moving the machine a few metres check for leaks.




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