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Disassembly and Assembly

D7G TRACTOR POWER TRAIN
Adjustment For The Final Drive Bearings
SMCS - 4059-11 ; 4059; 4075-12
Adjustment For The Final Drive Bearings

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Product: TRACK-TYPE TRACTOR
Model: D7G TRACK-TYPE TRACTOR 92V
Configuration: D7G TRACTOR / POWERSHIFT / 92V02127-11897
(MACHINE) POWERED BY 3306 ENGINE
Media Number -SENR7119-02 Publication Date -01/02/1983 Date Updated -14/10/2004

SENR71190014
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1. Loosen bolt (2) and open track adjuster access panel (1)
2. Loosen the track as follows:

a) Turn relief valve (3) one turn counterclockwise to permit grease to be released from the
vent hole below the relief valve. If the track does not loosen, go to Step b.
b) Turn fill valve (4) one turn counterclockwise to permit grease to be released from the vent
hole below the fill valve. If the track still does not loosen, start the machine and move it
forward and backward. If grease is still not released go to Step c.
c) Put a 3 in. diameter by 3.5 in. long (76.2 mm) diameter by (88.9 mm) long slug in position
on the sprocket teeth. The slug must be in a position where it will make contact with the track
bushing when the sprocket is turned in reverse. Move the machine to the rear. This will put
tension on the track and move the front idler and track adjuster to the rear against the force of
the recoil spring. This will push grease out of the vent holes.
The adjuster cylinder for the track is under high hydraulic pressure. Do
not visually inspect the relief valve to see if grease is released when it is
open. Look to see that the track has loosened. Use this warning any time
the tracks are loosened or tightened.
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Typical Example
3. Lift the machine so the track will clear the floor and install tooling (A) and (B) under the machine.
The sprocket assembly must turn while the adjustment to the final drive bearing is made.

4. Remove guard (5) from the track roller frame.
5. Remove cap (6) from the support.

6. Remove gasket (7).

7. Remove bolt (8) and the nut. Remove lock (9).
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NOTE: All the parts must be clean. The bearings must have final drive compartment oil on them.
The adjusting nut must turn freely on the threads and the bearing cage must move freely in the
holder.
8. Install tooling (C) as follows:


a) Install trunnion group (12) [use holes (Y)] on the track roller frame support assembly (10).
The trunnion arm with the identification "X" must be fastened to the first hole with threads
clockwise from grease fitting (11). See decal (13).

b) Install driver group (15) on the trunnion. Pin (14) must be in the retracted position as
shown.
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c) Push pin (14) down between two lugs on adjusting nut (16).

9. Install tooling (D). Start the machine and turn the sprocket slowly while adjusting nut (16) is
tightened with tooling (C) and (D) to a torque of 2500 ±300 lb.ft. (3380 ±410 N·m).

10. Tighten nut (16) in a counterclockwise direction. On the left side of the machine, the nut is
tightened in a counterclockwise direction also.
11. Remove the 9S7351 Torque Wrench and install a ratchet wrench. Turn adjusting nut (16)
clockwise (about six to ten lugs) to lower the torque to less than 350 ±10 lb.ft. (475 ±14 N·m).
NOTE: If it is not possible to get a torque below 350 ±10 lb.ft. (475 ±14 N·m) after the adjusting
nut is loosened, a separation of the tracks must be made to make the adjustment of the bearing.
12. Remove the 5P3508 Torque Multiplier and install tooling (E). Tighten adjusting nut (16) to a
torque of 350 ±10 lb.ft. (475 ±14 N·m).

13. Move the driver group out of the way and put a mark (18) on adjusting nut (16) and holder
assembly (17) in alignment with each other. Put a mark (19) on holder assembly (17)
counterclockwise from mark (18) [distance (Z)] that is 5.84 ±.06 in. (148.3 ±1.5 mm) from mark
(18).
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14. Install driver group (15) on the shaft of the trunnion group.
15. Install torque multiplier (20) [part of tooling (D)] and tighten the adjusting nut until marks (18)
and (19) are in alignment.

16. Install lock (9) and the bolt (8) and nut that holds it in place.
17. Remove tooling (C).

18. Install the gasket and cap (6).
19. Install guard (5).
NOTICE
If necessary, tighten adjusting nut (16) more to install lock (9) in one of
the notches of the adjusting nut. Do not loosen adjusting nut (16).
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Typical Example
20. Remove tooling (A) and (B) from under the machine.

21. Tighten relief valve (3) and fill valve (4) to a torque of 25 ±5 lb.ft. (35 ±7 N·m).
22. Make an adjustment of the track. See SPECIFICATIONS.

23. Close track adjuster access panel (1) and tighten bolt (2).

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