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9803-9420 - JCB Wheeled Loading Shovel (WLS) 434S Service Manual.pdf
Wheeled Loading Shovel - 434S
Section 1 - General Information
Section 2 - Care and Safety
Section 3 - Routine Maintenance
Section A - Attachments
Section B - Body and Framework
Section C - Electrics
Section E - Hydraulics
Section F - Transmission
Section G - Brakes
Section H - Hydraulic Steering
Section K - Engine
Dismantle and Assembly
K Fig 66. ( T E-100). The numerical sequence shown on the illustration is intended as a guide to dismantling.
1 Place ram assembly on a locally manufactured strip/ rebuild bench. K Fig 65. ( T E-99).
2 Use the correct size spanner to release end cap 66-1 and remove the piston rod assembly 66-9 from the cylinder.
If air or hydraulic pressure is used to force out the piston assembly, ensure that the end cap is securely fitted. Severe injury can be caused by a suddenly released piston rod.
3 Position piston rod assembly on bench in place of ram cylinder. Remove seals 66-5, 66-6 and wear ring 66-4, 66-7 from piston head 66-3.
4 Extract dowel 66-2 from the piston head using the appropriate sized screw threaded into the extractorhole.
5 Use the correct size spanner, remove piston head 66- 3 from rod 66-9 and remove ‘O’ ring 66-8.
6 Remove gland bearing and end cap 66-1 from piston rod and remove the ‘O’ ring 66-10, wiper seal 66-12 and rod seal 66-11. Check end cap bearing for damage, scores or nicks. If damaged, the bearing must be replaced as part of the end cap assembly.
7 Ensure that metal components are free from scoring, nicks and burrs. A damaged piston rod will impair the life of the gland seals. Check the bore of the ram cylinder for damage.