Complete workshop & service manual with electrical wiring diagrams for Case 9020B Excavator. It's the same service manual used by dealers that guaranteed to be fully functional and intact without any missing page.
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Park the machine on a hard level surface. Rotate the upper structure of the machine so that the cab is over the track to be removed.
Lower the bucket or tool to raise the machine until the track to be removed is one to two inches from the ground.
NOTE: If the machine does not have a bucket or tool installed, Install wood blocks under the arm and lower the arm onto the wood blocks. Then, lower the arm to raise the machine.
Master pin is identified by the hole in the center of the pin and retainer pin on opposite end.
Operate machine until master pin is near center of sprocket.
Operate machine to lower track to be removed to ground.
Rotate the upper structure of the machine so that the cab is facing the front. Stop the engine.
DO NOT remove the check valve. The grease in the track adjustment cylinder ls under high pressure. Loosen track as much as possible by slowly loosening the check valve to release grease pressure until the grease flows from the adjustment cylinder (approximately two turns). Grease will flow from a groove in the check valve.