LO-10-3930-623-12

LO-10-3930-623-12
LUBRICATION ORDER
LO 10-3930-623-12
(Supersedes LO 10-3930-623-12-1, and -2, 2 OCTOBER 1970)
15 DECEMBER 83
TRUCK, FORK LIFT; 4,000 LB CAPACITY, 144-INCH
LIFT, GASOLINE ENGINE DRIVEN (BAKER MODEL
FJF-040, ARMY MODEL MHE-211)
(NSN 3930-00-935-7963)
Reference: TM 10-3930-623-12 and FEDERAL SUPPLY CATALOG C9100-IL.
Hard time intervals and the related man-hour times are
based on normal operation.
The man-hour time
specified is the time you need to do all the services
prescribed for a particular interval. Change the hard
time interval if your lubricants are contaminated or if you
are operating the equipment under adverse operating
conditions, including longer-than-usual operating hours.
The hard time interval may be extended during periods
of low activity.
If extended, adequate preservation
precautions must be taken.
Clean parts or fittings with dry cleaning solvent (SD),
Type II or equivalent. Dry before lubricating. Dotted
arrow shafts indicate lubrication on both sides of
equipment. A dotted circle indicates a drain below.
Relubricate all items found contaminated after fording or
washing.
The lowest level of maintenance authorized to lubricate
a point is indicated by one of the following symbols as
appropriate: Operator/Crew (C) ; and Organizational
Maintenance (O).
WARNING
Dry cleaning fluid is flammable. Do
not use near a flame or excessive
heat.
Use only with adequate
ventilation.
Avoid
prolonged
breathing of vapors and minimize
skin contact.
Reporting errors and recommending improvements.
You can help improve this manual. If you find any
mistakes or if you know of a way to improve the
procedures, please let us know. Mail your letter or DA
Form 2028 (Recommended Changes to Publications
and Blank Forms) direct to: Commander, US Army TankAutomotive Command, ATTN: DRSTA-MB, Warren, Ml
48090. A reply will be furnished to you.
*The time specified is the time required to perform all services at the particular interval.
*TOTAL MAN-HOURS
INTERVAL
MAN-HOURS
10
0.2
50
0.3
250
2.6
*TOTAL MAN-HOURS
INTERVAL
MAN-HOURS
500
0.6
1000
1.6
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-*KEYEXPECTED TEMPERATURES
LUBRICANTS
OE/ - Lubricating
HDO Oil, Internal
Combustion
Engine, Tactical Service
CAPACITY
Above + 15°° F
(Above - 9°° C)
+ 40°° to -15°°
(+ 4°° to - 26°° C)
OE/HDO 30
OE/HDO 10
+ 40°° to - 65°°
(+ 4°° to - 54°° C)
OEA
(See Note 1)
For Arctic operation refer to FM 9-207
OEA - Lubricating
Oil, Internal
Combustion,
Arctic
INTERVALS
- Oil Can
Points
(See Note 2)
- Engine
Crankcase
w/Oil Filter
- Hydraulic
Reservoir
- Transmission,
Torque Converter and
Drive Axle
Intervals
given are
in hours
of normal
operation.
BFS - Brake Fluid,
Silicone,
Automotive
- Brake Master
Cylinder
GAA - Grease,
Automotive
and Artillery
* See Note 10 for lubricant specification number.
ALL TEMPERATURES
NOTES:
1.
FOR OPERATION OF EQUIPMENT IN
PROTRACTED COLD TEMPERATURES BELOW 15°F (-26°C). Remove .ubricants prescribed in Key for
temperatures above -15°F (-26°C). Relubricate with
lubricants specified in Key for temperatures below -15°F
(-26°C).
If OEA lubricant is required to meet the
temperature ranges prescribed in the Key, OEA lubricant
is to be used in place of OE/HDO-10 lubricant for all
temperature ranges where OE/HDO-10 is specified in
the Key.
2. OIL CAN POINTS. Each 250 hours lubricate lift
chain, control levers, hand-brake levers, accelerator
pivots, brake cables and sheaves, linkages, and all
exposed adjusting threads with OE/HDO.
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3. HYDRAULIC RESERVOIR LEVEL. Each 50 hours
check level.
Maintain level to "FULL" mark with
OE/HDO.
Check oil level with forks lowered and
uprights tilted back.
4. HYDRAULIC RESERVOIR. Each 500 hours remove
breather cap, clean with approved dry cleaning solvent,
and re-oil. Each 1000 hours change oil and clean
strainer. After refill operate hydraulic system for 5
minutes, check for leaks, check oil level and bring to
"FULL" mark.
11. LUBRICANTS. The following is a list of lubricants
with military symbols and applicable specification
numbers.
OE/HDO
GAA
OEA
BFS
(SD), Type II
MIL-L-2104
MIL-G-10924
MIL-L-46167
MIL-B-46176
P-D-680
5. HYDRAULIC OIL FILTER. Each 500 hours, remove
element, clean filter shell and install new element. After
replacement, operate hydraulic system for 5 minutes,
check for leaks, check level and bring to "FULL" mark.
6. WHEEL BEARINGS. Each 1000 hours, remove dual
wheels, clean and inspect all parts, replace worn or
damaged parts, repack bearings, and assemble.
7. ENGINE OIL LEVEL HOT OR COLD CHECK. Cold
engine, oil level should be at high mark on dipstick. Hot
engine, oil level must be between high and low marks on
dipstick (allow to set 5 minutes before checking).
8. ENGINE CRANKCASE. Each 250 hours change
oil. Drain when oil is warm.
9. ENGINE OIL FILTER. Each 250 hours, remove filter
element, clean housing and install new filter element.
After installing new filter element, fill crankcase, operate
engine for 5 minutes, check housing for leaks, check
crankcase oil level and bring to "FULL" mark.
10.
TRANSMISSION, CONVERTER AND DRIVE
AXLE. Check oil level each 10 hours with engine
running at idle speed, oil at operating temperature and
transmission in neutral. Maintain oil level to "FULL"
mark. Each 1000 hours change oil. Fill transmission to
low mark. Run engine at idle speed to fill converter and
lines. Add oil to low mark. Operate for 5 minutes, check
for leaks, check level and bring to "FULL" mark.
Copy of this Lubrication Order will remain with the
equipment at all times, instructions contained herein are
mandatory.
By order of the Secretary of the Army:
JOHN A. WICKHAM, JR.
General, United States Army
Chief of Staff
OFFICIAL:
ROBERT M. JOYCE
Major General, United States Army
The Adjutant General
DISTRIBUTION:
To be distributed in accordance with DA Form 12-25A,
Operator
and
Organizational
maintenance
requirements for Fork Lift Trucks.
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¶ U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE: 1984 O-754-600
CARD 6 OF 6
PIN: 054541-000
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