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Repair manual

W50TC W60TC W70TC W80TC Repair manual

Print No. 87618246 English - Printed in Italy

W50TC W60TC W70TC W80TC

PROVEN PERFORMANCE


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TO PREVENT ACCIDENTS The majority of accidents and injuries which occur in industry, on the farm, at home or on the road, are caused by the failure of some individual to follow simple and fundamental safety rules or precautions. For this reason MOST ACCIDENTS CAN BE PREVENTED by recognizing the real cause and taking the necessary precautions, before the accident occurs. Regardless of the care used in design and construction of any type of equipment, there may be conditions that cannot be completely safeguarded against, without interfering with reasonable accessibility and efficient operation. A careful operator and / or technician is the best insurance against accidents. The complete observance of one simple rule would prevent many thousands of serious injuries each year. This rule is: Never attempt to clean, lubricate or adjust a machine while it is in motion.

Sď€ WARNING Before carrying out any maintenance operation, adjustment and or repair on machines equipped with attachments, controlled hydraulically or mechanically, make sure that the attachment is lowered and safely set on the ground. If it is necessary to have the equipment partially or fully raised to gain access to certain items, be sure the equipment is suitably supported by means other than


INDEX SECTION 00 - INTRODUCTION 1. SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS ............................................................................................................................ 1 2. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS................................................................................................................. 11

SECTION 10 - ENGINE 1. DIESEL ENGINE .......................................................................................................................................... 1 2. FUEL SYSTEM ............................................................................................................................................. 2

SECTION 25 - FRONT AXLES 1. REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION ................................................................................................................. 1 2. DIMENSIONS ............................................................................................................................................... 3 3. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS................................................................................................................... 4 4. OIL CHANGE AND GREASING ................................................................................................................... 7 5. DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY................................................................................................................ 8 5.1 BRAKE DISC ASSY............................................................................................................................... 8 5.2 BRAKE CALIPER ................................................................................................................................ 15 5.3 EPICYCLIC REDUCTION GEAR ASSY (W50TC) .............................................................................. 23 5.4 EPICYCLIC REDUCTION GEAR ASSY (W60TC, W70TC, W80TC).................................................. 27 5.5 WHEEL HUB ASSY (W50TC) ............................................................................................................. 31 5.6 WHEEL HUB ASSY (W60TC, W70TC, W80TC) ................................................................................. 40 5.7 WHEEL SHAFT ASSY (W60TC, W70TC, W80TC)............................................................................. 46 5.8 BRAKE AND WHEEL SHAFT ASSY (W60TC, W70TC, W80TC HIGH SPEED)................................ 50 5.9 DIFFERENTIAL SUPPORT ASSY ...................................................................................................... 58 5.10 DIFFERENTIAL ASSY....................................................................................................................... 66 5.11 PINION ASSY .................................................................................................................................... 73 6. TROUBLESHOOTING................................................................................................................................ 80 7. SPECIAL TOOLS........................................................................................................................................ 83

SECTION 27 - REAR AXLES 1. REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION ................................................................................................................. 1 2. DIMENSIONS ............................................................................................................................................... 3 3. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS................................................................................................................... 7 4. OIL CHANGE AND GREASING ................................................................................................................. 13 5. DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY.............................................................................................................. 14 5.1 HYDRAULIC MOTOR ASSY TB150.................................................................................................... 14 5.2 HYDRAULIC MOTOR ASSY TB138.5 HIGH SPEED ......................................................................... 17 5.3 TRANSMISSION BOX ASSY TB150................................................................................................... 21 5.4 TRANSMISSION BOX ASSY TB138.5 HIGH SPEED......................................................................... 30 5.5 EPICYCLIC REDUCTION GEAR ASSY (W50TC) .............................................................................. 51 5.6 EPICYCLIC REDUCTION GEAR ASSY (W60TC, W70TC, W80TC).................................................. 55 5.7 WHEEL HUB ASSY (W50TC) ............................................................................................................. 59 5.8 WHEEL HUB ASSY (W60TC, W70TC, W80TC) ................................................................................. 68


5.9 WHEEL SHAFT ASSY (W60TC, W70TC, W80TC) ............................................................................. 74 5.10 DIFFERENTIAL SUPPORT ASSY..................................................................................................... 78 5.11 DIFFERENTIAL ASSY ....................................................................................................................... 87 5.12 LIMITED SLIP DIFFERENTIAL ASSY ............................................................................................... 94 5.13 PINION ASSY .................................................................................................................................. 101 6. TROUBLESHOOTING .............................................................................................................................. 108 7. SPECIAL TOOLS...................................................................................................................................... 112

SECTION 33 - BRAKES SYSTEM 1. BRAKES SYSTEM DIAGRAM ...................................................................................................................... 1 2. OPERATION ................................................................................................................................................. 2 2.1 SERVICE BRAKE .................................................................................................................................. 4 2.2 PARKING BRAKE.................................................................................................................................. 6 3. BRAKE PEDAL VALVE................................................................................................................................. 7 3.1 ADJUSTMENTS................................................................................................................................... 10 3.2 TROUBLESHOOTING ......................................................................................................................... 13 4. ACCUMULATORS ...................................................................................................................................... 14 4.1 BRAKE ACCUMULATOR .................................................................................................................... 14 4.2 PUMP ACCUMULATOR ...................................................................................................................... 15 4.3 MAINTENANCE ................................................................................................................................... 16 5. TROUBLESHOOTING ................................................................................................................................ 18

SECTION 35 - HYDRAULIC SYSTEM 1. HYDRAULIC DIAGRAMS ............................................................................................................................. 1 1.1 W50TC HYDRAULIC DIAGRAM ........................................................................................................... 1 1.2 W50TC HYDRAULIC DIAGRAM WITH OPTIONAL OUTFITS.............................................................. 3 1.3 W60TC HYDRAULIC DIAGRAM ........................................................................................................... 5 1.4 W60TC HYDRAULIC DIAGRAM WITH OPTIONAL OUTFITS.............................................................. 7 1.5 W70TC BASIC MODEL HYDRAULIC DIAGRAM.................................................................................. 9 1.6 W70TC HYDRAULIC DIAGRAM WITH OPTIONAL OUTFITS............................................................ 11 1.7 W80TC HYDRAULIC DIAGRAM ......................................................................................................... 13 1.8 W80TC HYDRAULIC DIAGRAM WITH OPTIONAL OUTFITS............................................................ 15 2. TRANSMISSION HYDRAULIC SYSTEM ................................................................................................... 17 3. PISTON PUMP AT VARIABLE DISPLACEMENT ...................................................................................... 24 4. GEAR PUMP............................................................................................................................................... 60 5. PRIORITY VALVE....................................................................................................................................... 65 6. HYDRAULIC MOTOR ................................................................................................................................. 66 7. ONE-WAY DISTRIBUTOR VALVE ............................................................................................................. 85 8. HYDRAULIC OIL TANK .............................................................................................................................. 86 9. TROUBLESHOOTING ................................................................................................................................ 88

SECTION 39 - FRAME 1. ARTICULATED JOINT.................................................................................................................................. 1


SECTION 41 - STEERING SYSTEM 1. STEERING SYSTEM DIAGRAM .................................................................................................................. 1 2. OPERATION................................................................................................................................................. 2 3. ADJUSTMENTS ........................................................................................................................................... 3 4. POWER STEERING ..................................................................................................................................... 4 4.1 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS............................................................................................................ 5 4.2 HYDRAULIC DIAGRAM ........................................................................................................................ 5 4.3 COMPONENTS ..................................................................................................................................... 6 4.4 DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY......................................................................................................... 7 4.5 TROUBLESHOOTING......................................................................................................................... 24 4.6 SPECIAL TOOLS................................................................................................................................. 25 5. STEERING CYLINDER .............................................................................................................................. 26 5.1 REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION ........................................................................................................ 27 5.2 DISASSEMBLY.................................................................................................................................... 29 6. TROUBLESHOOTING................................................................................................................................ 34

SECTION 50 - HEATING AND AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEM 1. HEATING ...................................................................................................................................................... 1 2. AIR CONDITIONING .................................................................................................................................... 3 3. TROUBLESHOOTING................................................................................................................................ 30

SECTION 55 - ELECTRICAL SYSTEM 1. ELECTRICAL DIAGRAMS............................................................................................................................ 1 2. FUSES AND RELAYS ................................................................................................................................ 16 3. VOLTAGE AND CONTINUITY CHECK...................................................................................................... 18 4. BATTERY ................................................................................................................................................... 19 5. BULBS ........................................................................................................................................................ 22 6. TROUBLESHOOTING................................................................................................................................ 26

SECTION 82 - WORKING EQUIPMENT 1. HYDRAULIC DIAGRAM ............................................................................................................................... 2 2. OPERATION................................................................................................................................................. 3 3. REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION ................................................................................................................. 4 4. QUICK TOOL COUPLER ............................................................................................................................. 6 5. BUCKET ..................................................................................................................................................... 10 6. LIFTING FORKS......................................................................................................................................... 14 7. CYLINDERS ............................................................................................................................................... 18 8. CONTROL VALVE...................................................................................................................................... 26 9. LOAD HOLDING VALVE ............................................................................................................................ 29 10. TROUBLESHOOTING.............................................................................................................................. 30


SECTION 00 - INTRODUCTION 1. SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS ............................................................................................................................ 1 2. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS................................................................................................................. 11


SECTION 00 - INTRODUCTION

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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS

Carefully read the safety rules contained herein and follow advised precautions to avoid potential hazards and to safeguard your safety and personal integrity. In this manual you will find the following indications:

SWARNING This symbol warns about the possibility of potential damages to the machine that can involve the operator’s safety.

SDANGER With specific warnings about potential dangers for the operator’s or other persons integrity directly or indirectly involved. The non compliance with the warning preceded by the above mentioned key-words (WARNING and DANGER) can cause serious accidents or even the death of the persons involved. Moreover in the present Manual have been given some instructions with texts in italics, preceded by the words NOTE and CAUTION, with following meanings for machine protection: NOTES: it emphasizes and underlines to the operator the correct technique or correct procedure to follow.

SWARNING It warns the operator of a possible hazard of machine damage in case he does not follow a determined procedure. Your safety and that of people around you depends on you. It is essential that you understand this manual for the correct operation, inspection, lubrication and maintenance of this machine.

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SECTION 00 - INTRODUCTION GENERAL SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS

Carefully read this Manual before proceeding with maintenance, repairs, refuelling or other machine operations. Repairs have to be carried out only by authorized and instructed staff; specific precautions have to be taken when grinding, welding or when using mallets or heavy hammers. Not authorized persons are not allowed to repair or carry out maintenance on this machine. Do not carry out any work on the equipment without prior authorisation. Ask your employer about the safety instructions in force and safety equipment. Nobody is allowed to seat on the operator’s place during machine maintenance unless he is a qualified operator helping with the maintenance work. If it is necessary to move the equipment to carry out repairs or maintenance, do not lift or lower the equipment from any other position than the operator’s seat. Never carry out any operation on the machine when the engine is running, except when specifically indicated. Stop the engine and ensure that all pressure is relieved from hydraulic circuits before removing caps, covers, valves, etc. All repair and maintenance operations should be carried out with the greatest care and attention. Service stairs and platforms used in a workshop or in the field should be built in compliance with the safety rules in force. Any functional disorders, especially those affecting the safety of the machine, should therefore be rectified immediately.


SECTION 00 - INTRODUCTION 1.2

EMERGENCY

Be prepared for emergencies. Always keep at disposal on the machine a first aid kit and a fire extinguisher. Make sure that the fire extinguisher is serviced in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions.

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EQUIPMENT

Wear close fitting clothing and safety equipment appropriate for the job: Z safety helmet; Z safety shoes; Z heavy gloves; Z reflective clothing; Z wet weather clothing. If environment condition require it following personal safety equipment should be at hand: Z respirators (or dustproof masks); Z ear plugs or acoustic ears protections; Z goggles with lateral shield or masks for eyes protection. Do not wear rings, wristwatches, jewels, unbuttoned or flapping clothing such as ties, torn clothes, scarves, open jackets or shirts with open zips which could get caught into moving parts.

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WHEEL LOADER POSITION

Before carrying out any maintenance on this machine, proceed in the following manner: Z park the machine on a flat, hard ground; Z lower the wheel loader bucket until it rests on the ground; Z shut off the engine and remove the ignition key; Z apply the parking brake; Z block the wheels to prevent any machine movement.

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SECTION 00 - INTRODUCTION ENGINE - RADIATOR

Never leave the engine run in closed spaces without ventilation and not able to evacuate toxic exhaust gases. Keep the exhaust manifold and tube free from combustion materials. Do not keep the engine running during refuelling and pay particular attention if the engine is hot because of the risen hazard of fire in case of fuel spilling. Never attempt to check or adjust the fan belts when the engine is running. Never lubricate the machine with the engine running. Pay attention to rotary pieces and do not allow to anyone to approach to avoid becoming entangled. If hands, clothes or tools get caught in the fan blades or in the transmission belt, this can cause amputations, violent tears and generate condition of serious danger; for this reason avoid touching or to come close to all rotary or moving parts. A violent jet of the coolant from the radiator can cause damages and scalds. If you are to check the coolant level, you have to shut off the engine previously and to let cool down the radiator and its pipes. Slowly unscrew the cap to release the inside pressure. If necessary, remove the cap with hot engine, wear safety clothes and equipment, then loosen the cap slowly to relieve the pressure gradually. When checking the fuel, oil and coolant levels, use exclusively explosion proof classified lamps. If this kind of lamps are not used fires or explosions may occur.


SECTION 00 - INTRODUCTION 1.6

HYDRAULIC SYSTEMS

Splashes of fluids under pressure can penetrate the skin causing serious injuries. Avoid this kind of danger by releasing the pressure before disconnecting the hydraulic hoses or other lines. Release the residual pressure by moving the control levers several times. Tighten all connections before applying pressure. To protect eyes wear a facial shield or safety goggles. Look for possible leaks with a piece of cardboard. Protect your hands and body from possible splashes of fluids under pressure. In case of accident ask for appropriate medical help urgently. Any fluid penetrating the skin must be removed within few hours to avoid serious infections. Flammable splashes may originate because of the heat near pipes with fluids under pressure, with the result of serious scalds for the persons hit. Do not weld or use torches near pipes containing fluids or other flammable materials. Pipes under pressure can accidentally be pierced when the heat expands beyond the area immediately heated. Arrange for fire resistant temporary shields to protect hoses or other components during welding, etc.

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SECTION 00 - INTRODUCTION

HOSES AND TUBES Always replace hoses and tubes if the cone end or the end connections on the hose are damaged. When installing a new hose, loosely connect each end and make sure the hose takes up the designed position before tightening the connections. Clamps should be tightened sufficiently to hold the hose without crushing and to prevent chafing. After hose replacement to a moving component, check that the hose does not foul by moving the component through the complete range of travel. Be sure any hose which has been installed is not kinked or twisted. Hose connections which are damaged, dented, crushed or leaking, restrict oil flow and the productivity of the components being served. Connectors which show signs of movement from the original position have failed and will ultimately separate completely. A hose with a frayed outer sheath will allow the water penetration. Concealed corrosion of the wire reinforcement will subsequently occur along the hose length with resultant hose failure. Swelling of the hose indicates an internal leakage due to structural failure. This condition rapidly deteriorates and total hose failure soon occurs. Kinked, crushed, stretched or deformed hoses generally suffer internal structural damage which can result in oil flow restriction, a speed reduction of operation and ultimate hose failure. Free-moving, unsupported hoses must never be allowed to touch each other or related working surfaces. This causes chafing which reduces hose life. O-RING Replace O-rings, seal rings and gaskets whenever they are disassembled. Never mix new and old O-rings or seal rings, regardless of condition. Always lubricate new seal rings and O-rings with hydraulic oil before installation to relevant seats. This will prevent the O-rings from rolling over and twisting during assembly which will jeopardize sealing.


SECTION 00 - INTRODUCTION 1.7

BATTERY

A spark or flame can cause the hydrogen in the battery to explode. To prevent any risk of explosion, observe the following instructions: Z when disconnecting the battery cables, always disconnect the negative (-) cable first; Z to reconnect the battery cables, always connect the negative (-) cable last; Z never short-circuit the battery clamps with metal objects; Z do not weld, grind or smoke near a battery. Battery electrolyte causes severe burns. The battery contains sulphuric acid. Avoid any contact with the skin, eyes or clothing. Antidote: Z EXTERNAL: rinse well with water, removing any soiled clothing. Z INTERNAL: avoid vomiting. Drink water to rinse your mouth. Consult a doctor. Z EYES: rinse abundantly with water for 15 minutes and consult a doctor. Z When the electrolyte of a battery is frozen, it can explode if you attempt to charge the battery or if you try to start the engine using a booster battery. Always keep the battery charged to prevent the electrolyte freezing. Batteries generate explosive gases. Keep all flames, sparks and cigarettes away. Provide good ventilation when changing a battery or using a battery in an enclosed space. Always protect your eyes when working near a battery.

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SECTION 00 - INTRODUCTION REFUELLING

Stay away from open flames during refilling of hydraulic oil or fuel. Fuel or oil splashes can cause slippings and therefore accidents; clean immediately and accurately the areas eventually smeared. Always tighten the safety plugs of fuel tank and hydraulic oil tank firmly. Never use fuel to clean the machine parts eventually smeared with oil or dust. Always perform fuel or oil refilling in well aired and ventilated areas. Do not smoke during these operations. During refuelling hold the pistol firmly and keep it always in contact with the filler neck until the end of the refuelling, to avoid sparkles due to static electricity. Do not overfill the tank but leave a space for fuel expansion.

1.9

TYRES

Before inflating the tyres, always check the condition of rims and the outer condition of tyres to find out the presence of dents, cuts, tears of reinforcement plies or other faults. Before inflating a tyre, make sure that there are no nearby persons, then position yourself at tread side. Make sure that the inflating pressure of tyres is the same prescribed by manufacturer and check periodically its integrity. Always check that the right tyre pressure corresponds to the pressure of the left tyre. The pressure check must be carried out with machine unloaded and cold. Never use reconditioned rims because possible welds, heat treatments or brazings not performed correctly can weaken the wheels and cause following damages or failures. Deflate the tyres before their disassembly. Before taking out possible jammed objects from the rims, it is necessary to deflate the tyres. Inflate tyres by means of a pistol complete with extension and pressure switch of control.


SECTION 00 - INTRODUCTION 1.10 CLEANING Clean the exterior of all components before carrying out any form of repair. Dirt and dust can reduce the efficient working life of a component and lead to costly replacement. Time spent on the preparation and cleanliness of working surfaces will pay dividends in making the job easier and safer and will result in overhauled components being more reliable and efficient in operation. Use cleaning fluids which are known to be safe. Certain types of fluids can damage the O-rings and cause skin irritation. Check that solvents are suitable for the cleaning of components and that they are no risky for personal safety of the user. Dirt from oil or grease and scattered tools or faulty pieces are dangerous for persons, because they can generate slipping or falls. For the machine cleaning, use a jet of warm water or steam under pressure and commercial detergents. Never use diesel fuel, petroleum or solvents, because the first ones leave an oily layer that favours the sticking of dust, while solvents (even if weak) damage the paint and favour the formation of rust. If a jet of water penetrates into the electric devices, beyond causing oxidation of contacts, it can also prevent the machine start or cause a sudden and abrupt start of the engine. For this reason, never use water jets or steam on sensors, connectors or other electric components. Avoid that the water jet penetrates inside of the cab.

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SECTION 00 - INTRODUCTION

1.11 WASTE DISPOSAL Improperly disposing of waste can threaten the environment. Each country has its own Regulations on this subject. It is therefore advisable to prepare suitable containers to collect and store momentarily all solid and fluid materials that must not be scattered in the environment to avoid pollution. At preset intervals these products will be delivered to disposal stations legally recognized and present in this Country. Hereunder are listed some products of the machine requiring disposal: Z lube oil; Z brakes system oil; Z coolant mixture, condensation rests and pure antifreeze; Z diesel oil; Z oil and diesel oil filter elements; Z engine and air conditioning air filter elements; Z battery. Also polluting rags, paper, sawdust and gloves must be disposed in compliance with the same procedures. Do not use food or beverage containers that may mislead someone into drinking from them. Do not pour waste onto the ground, down a drain, or into any water sources. Air conditioning coolants escaping into the air can damage the Earth’s atmosphere. Government regulations may require a certified air conditioning service centre to recover and recycle used air conditioning coolants. Obtain information on the proper way to recycle or dispose of waste from your local environmental or recycling centre, or from your Dealer.


SECTION 00 - INTRODUCTION

2.

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

2.1

MAIN COMPONENTS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Wheel loader bucket Dumping cylinder Lifting cylinder Fuel tank Cab Hydraulic oil tank Air filter Diesel engine

9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16.

Hydraulic pumps Battery Rear axle Transmission Steering cylinder Front axle Working equipment arm Quick tool coupler

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SECTION 00 - INTRODUCTION SIZES AND PERFORMANCES

MULTIFUNCTIONAL BUCKET A

Total length

B

Cab height

C

Bucket width

D

Wheels outer edges width

E

Dumping height

F

Dumping reach

G

Maximum height from bucket pin

H

Dumping depth

I

Wheelbase

J

Tread

K

Gap from ground to brake disc

Operating load (with additional counterweight)

mm ft mm ft mm ft mm ft mm ft mm ft mm ft mm ft mm ft mm ft mm ft kg lb

W50TC 5250 17.2 2680 8.5 1900 6.2 1850 6.1 2550 8.4 820 2.7 3250 10.7 80 0.26 2200 7.2 1480 4.8 330 1.1 4730 10427

W60TC 5250 17.2 2800 9.1 2050 6.7 1910 6.3 2600 8.5 780 2.6 3300 10.5 50 0.16 2250 7.4 1520 4.9 330 1.1 5045 11122

W70TC 5600 18.4 2800 9.1 2050 6.7 1910 6.3 2600 8.5 840 2.7 3400 11.4 85 0.29 2350 7.7 1520 4.9 330 1.1 5545 1224

W80TC 5750 18.9 2800 9.1 2100 6.9 1980 6.5 2650 8.7 890 2.9 3450 11.3 90 0.29 2350 7.7 1520 4.9 330 1.1 5894 12994


SECTION 00 - INTRODUCTION

PALLET FORKS Total length Width of the forks support Forks weight L

Height with maximum outreach

M

Maximum height

N

Outreach at ground

O

Maximum outreach

P

Outreach at maximum height

Payload on flat ground (80%) - articulated Payload on rough ground (60%) - articulated Operating load (with additional counterweight)

W50TC 1200 3.9 1450 4.8 370 819 1370 4.5 3040 10 850 2.8 1330 4.4 590 1.93 1640 2712 1230 2706 4780 10538

W60TC 1200 3.9 1450 4.7 370 816 1440 4.7 3100 10.1 750 2.5 1270 4.2 530 1.7 1780 2954 1340 2948 5045 11122

W70TC 1200 3.9 1450 4.7 370 816 1490 4.9 3180 10.4 750 2.5 1300 4.3 570 1.9 2120 3505 1590 3498 5545 12224

W80TC 1200 3.9 1450 4.7 370 816 1490 4.9 3260 10.7 820 2.7 1350 4.4 560 1.8 2220 3660 1660 3652 5845 12886

W50TC

W60TC

W70TC

W80TC

m3

0.7

0.8

0.9

1.1

ft3 daN lbf kg lb kg lb mm ft daN lbf

24.7

28.2

31.8

38.8

5400 12140 3350 7385 2950 6504 1900 6.2 4260 9577

5900 13264 3500 7716 3100 6834 2050 6.7 5050 11353

5800 13039 4270 9414 3650 8047 2050 6.7 5500 12364

7500 16861 4420 9744 3750 8267 2100 6.8 6050 13601 W80TC

kg (lb) kg (lb) 230 (507)

W60TC W70TC 250 (550) 318 (701)

kg (lb) 312 (688)

251 (553)

315 (694)

mm ft mm ft kg lb mm ft mm ft mm ft mm ft mm ft kg lb kg lb kg lb

MULTI-FUNCTIONAL BUCKET Standard bucket capacity (density 1.8) Tensile force Dumping load - ISO line Dumping load - joint at 40° ISO Bucket width Lifting capacity at ground (hydraulic) WEIGHTS Engine Front axle Rear axle (speed gearbox included) and hydraulic motor Cab Pump at variable displacement Hydraulic motor Lifting frame Lifting cylinder Cylinder for quick coupler Counterweight

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W50TC

kg (lb) kg (lb) kg (lb) kg (lb) 420 (926) kg (lb) kg (lb) kg (lb) 393 (866)

470 (1036) 30 (66) 35 (77) 600 (1322) 30 (66) 12 (26) 415 (915) 676 (1490) 786 (1733)


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SECTION 00 - INTRODUCTION NOISE W50TC

External noise level LWA

W60TC

98 dB(A)

W80TC

99 dB(A)

Internal noise level LpA

2.4

W70TC

77 dB(A)

DIESEL ENGINE W50TC

W60TC

W70TC

Deutz F4M 2011

Manufacturer and type Operation

Deutz BF4M 2011

4-stroke diesel engine

Combustion system

Naturally aspirated engine with direct injection

Cylinders number

Vertical, in line

Boring

mm (in)

94 (0.30)

Stroke

mm (in)

112 (0.37)

Displacement

cm3 (ft3)

3108 (0.109)

Power DIN 70 020 (at rated rpm)

kW/CV (hp)

Rated rpm (at full load)

1/min

Rpm at no load

1/min 1/min

40.4 / 55.0 (54.1)

44.0 / 59.9 (59)

45.0 / 61.2 (60.3)

56.0 / 76.2 (75)

2300

2400

2500

2300

2580+100

2390+100

900 ± 50 2390

+100

2530

+100

Ignition order

1,3,4,2

Rotation direction

leftwards in relation to flywheel position

Compression ratio

19 : 1

17,5 : 1

Oil pressure (at 900 rpm)

bar (psi)

1.4 (20.3)

Oil pressure (at 1800 rpm)

bar (psi)

2.2 (31.9)

Oil pressure (at 2800 rpm)

bar (psi)

3.0 (43.5)

Weight

Turbocharged engine at direct injection

4

Cylinders arrangement

Maximum rpm with no load

W80TC

kg (lb)

256 (564)

257 (565)


SECTION 00 - INTRODUCTION

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TIGHTENING TORQUES Position

Tightening Nm

lbf·ft

Head cover

8.5

6.3

Cylinder head cover

8.5

6.3

Rocker arm adjustment screw

21

15.5

Intake duct

8.5

6.3

Foot rigid suspension

45

33.2

Foot elastic suspension

106

78.2

Air intake duct

21

15.5

Exhaust manifold

22

16.2

Oil drain plug

55

40.6

Oil pan (sheet metal)

21

15.5

Oil pan (cast)

31

22.9

Ignition pipes fastening

30

22.1

Injection valves attachment

21

15.5

Element filter

27

19.9

Fittings

4

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SECTION 00 - INTRODUCTION BRAKES SYSTEM

BRAKE PEDAL VALVE Allowable service pressure .................................................................................................. 150 bar (2175 lbf·ft) Adjusted pressure .................................................................................................................... 55 bar (797 lbf·ft) Pressure of brake on disc ........................................................................................................55 bar (797 lbf·ft) Accumulator charging valve Infeed pressure .................................................................................................................... 100 bar (1450 lbf·ft) Shut-off pressure.................................................................................................................. 150 bar (2175 lbf·ft) Allowable pressure............................................................................................................... 150 bar (2175 lbf·ft) PRESSURE SWITCHES Brake light pressure switch Infeed pressure ......................................................................................................................... 3.5 bar (51 lbf·ft) Function ......................................................................................................................................... when closing Accumulator charge pressure switch Infeed pressure ...................................................................................................................... 80 bar (1160 lbf·ft) Function ........................................................................................................................................... bidirectional Gear change pressure switch (high speed only) Infeed pressure ........................................................................................................................ 40 bar (580 lbf·ft) Function ......................................................................................................................................... when closing ACCUMULATORS Brake accumulator Capacity .............................................................................................................................. 0.32 litres (0.10 gal) Allowable service overpressure ........................................................................................... 210 bar (3045 lbf·ft) Allowable service temperature .................................................................... -10 °C at + 80 °C (-22 °F at 176 °F) Filling gas .............................................................................................................................................. nitrogen Filling gas overpressure ............................................................................................... 20 ± 1 bar (362 ± 15 psi) Weight ............................................................................................................................................ 1.3 kg (3 lbs) Pump accumulator Capacity .............................................................................................................................. 0.16 litres (0.04 gal) Allowable service overpressure ........................................................................................... 210 bar (3045 lbf·ft) Allowable service temperature .................................................................... -30 °C at + 80 °C (-22 °F at 176 °F) Filling gas .............................................................................................................................................. nitrogen Filling gas overpressure ............................................................................................... 25 ± 1 bar (362 ± 15 psi) Weight ............................................................................................................................................ 0.8 kg (2 lbs)


SECTION 00 - INTRODUCTION 2.6

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STEERING SYSTEM

Primary safety pressure ......................................................................................................... 175 bar (2537 psi) Secondary safety pressure .................................................................................................... 240 bar (3480 psi) POWER STEERING W50TC - W60TC - W70TC

W80TC

OSPC200LS

OSPC315LS

Model Displacement

cm3/rev (in3/rev)

200 (12.2)

315 (19.2)

Rated oil flow

litre/min (gal/min)

20 (5.3)

32 (8.4)

kg (lb)

5.8 (13)

6.2 (14)

Relief valve adjusting

bar (psi)

170 (2465)

170 (2465)

Shock valve adjusting

bar (psi)

215 (3117)

225 (3262)

Weight

Tightening torques Tightening

Position

Nm

lbf·ft

Steering wheel nut

55

40

Power steering to steering column bracket

23

17

Power steering end cover

30

22

Power steering end pipe connection

45

33

Power steering pipe adaptors

55

40

Check valve

30

22

Shock valve

30

22

STEERING CYLINDER W50TC

W60TC

Quantity

W70TC

W80TC

1

Ø rod

mm (in)

32 (1.2)

32 (1.2)

32 (1.2)

40 (1.6)

Ø piston

mm (in)

70 (2.7)

70 (2.7)

70 (2.7)

80 (3.15)

Stroke

mm (in)

300 (0.9)

300 (0.9)

300 (0.9)

300 (0.9)


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SECTION 00 - INTRODUCTION HYDRAULIC SYSTEM

PRESSURES ADJUSTMENT Working equipment Primary safety pressure ......................................................................................................... 230 bar (3335 psi) Secondary safety pressure - side dumping cylinder bottom .................................................. 250 bar (3625 psi) Secondary safety pressure - side dumping cylinder rod ........................................................ 280 bar (4061 psi) Secondary safety pressure - side lifting cylinder bottom........................................................ 280 bar (4061 psi) Transmission W50TC

W60TC

W70TC

W80TC

25 (362)

27 (391)

27 (391)

27 (391)

Supply pressure (loading platform)

bar (psi)

Adjustment start

bar (psi)

50 (725)

Adjustment end

bar (psi)

400 (5801)

Pressure cut-off

bar (psi)

430 (6236)

Maximum pressure valve opening

bar (psi) 465 (6744)

467 (6773)

467 (6773)

467 (6773)

Hydraulic motor adjustment start

bar (psi) 255 (3698)

200 (2900)

200 (2900)

200 (2900)

PUMP AT VARIABLE DELIVERY W50TC System

W60TC

W70TC

W80TC

Pump with adjustment depending on engine speed AV4VG40DA1D2 A4VG56DA1D2 A4VG56DA1D2 A4VG71DA1D2 / 32R / 32R / 32R / 32R

Type Volumetric delivery

cm3/rev (in3/rev)

40 (2.44)

56.0 (3.41)

56.0 (3.41)

71.0 (4.33)

Power (useful)

kW (hp)

34.4 (46.1)

38.0 (51)

38.5 (51.6)

49.0 (65.7)

Transmission through Service revolutions (= engine rated speed)

diesel engine direct drive i = 1.0 1/min

2300

2400

2500

2300

Maximum oil delivery

bar (psi)

88.9 (1289)

131.3 (1904)

136.9 (1986)

159.3 (2310)

Supply pressure (rotation speed at full load)

bar (psi)

25 (362)

27 (391)

27 (391)

27 (391)

Adjustment start

bar (psi)

50 (725) (at 1100 rpm)

50 (725) (at 1100 rpm)

50 (725) (at 1100 rpm)

50 (725) (at 1150 rpm)

Adjustment end

bar (psi)

400 (5801) (at 1900 rpm)

400 (5801) (at 2100 rpm)

400 (5801) (at 2100 rpm)

400 (5801) (at 1800 rpm)

Pressure cut-off

bar (psi)

High pressure relief valves - opening -

bar (psi)

Hydraulic motor adjustment bar (psi) start Voltage

V

430 (6234) 465 (6744)

467 (6773)

467 (6773)

467 (6773)

255 (3698) (at 2100 rpm)

200 (2900) (at 2300 rpm)

200 (2900) (at 2300 rpm)

210 (3045) (at 2000 rpm)

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19

DOUBLE GEAR PUMP W50TC

W60TC

Working and steering equipment

Operation

W50TC

W60TC

Fan and service brake

Type Displacement

W70TC

W80TC

Working and steering equipment

W70TC

W80TC

Fan and service brake

Gear pump cm3/rev (in3/rev)

22.5 (1.37)

28 (1.7)

11 (0.67)

Transmission Service revolutions

28 (1.7)

32 (1.95)

11 (0.67)

14 (0.85)

2500

2300

primary until through-shaft, i = 1.0 1/min

Service pressure

bar (psi)

Oil supply

l/min (gal/ min)

2300

2400

2300

270 (3914) 50 (13.2)

2400

2500

150 (2175)

67 (17.7)

25 (6.6)

2300

270 (3914)

26 (6.9)

70 (18.5)

73 (19.3)

150 (2175) 27 (7.1)

32 (8.4)

HYDRAULIC CYLINDERS W50TC

W60TC

W70TC

W80TC

Lifting cylinder Quantity

1

Ø rod

mm (in)

50 (1.96)

55 (2.16)

55 (2.16)

60 (2.36)

Ø piston

mm (in)

90 (3.54)

100 (3.93)

100 (3.93)

110 (4.33)

Stroke

mm (in)

721 (28.38)

728 (28.66)

728 (28.66)

730 (28.74)

Dumping cylinder Quantity

1

Ø rod

mm (in)

50 (1.96)

55 (2.16)

55 (2.16)

60 (2.36)

Ø piston

mm (in)

90 (3.54)

100 (3.93)

100 (3.93)

110 (4.33)

Stroke

mm (in)

459 (18.07)

454 (17.87)

490 (19.29)

490 (19.29)

Quick tool coupler cylinder Quantity

1

Ø rod

mm (in)

25 (0.98)

25 (0.98)

25 (0.98)

25 (0.98)

Ø piston

mm (in)

40 (1.57)

40 (1.57)

40 (1.57)

40 (1.57)

Stroke

mm (in)

60 (2.36)

60 (2.36)

60 (2.36)

60 (2.36)

W50TC

W60TC

W70TC

W80TC

Stroke times With bucket empty Lifting

sec

6.0 ± 0.5

5.7 ± 0.5

5.5 ± 0.5

6.3 ± 0.5

Lowering

sec

3.0 ± 0.5

3.0 ± 0.5

3.2 ± 0.5

3.2 ± 0.5

Lifting

sec

1.0 ± 0.5

1.0 ± 0.5

1.2 ± 0.5

1.2 ± 0.5


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HYDRAULIC MOTOR W50TC Type

W60TC

W70TC

W80TC A6VM107HA1U1 / 63W

A6VM80HA1U1 / 63W

Displacement Qmax / Qmin

cm3 (in3)

80 / 18.8 (4.88 / 1.15)

80 / 23.7 (4.88 / 1.44)

80 / 24.8 (4.88 / 1.51)

107 / 31.5 (6.53 / 1.92)

Maximum service revolutions

rpm

4362

5289

5292

4811

Delivery pressure

bar (psi)

25 (362)

25 (362)

25 (362)

25 (362)

Service pressure

bar (psi)

245 (3552)

190 (2755)

185 (2682)

200 (2900)

Pressure increasing spring

bar (psi)

20 (290)

10 (145)

10 (145)

10 (145)

Voltage

2.8

V

12

ELECTRICAL SYSTEM

Service voltage.............................................................................................................................................12 V Battery: Capacity (20 h)...........................................................................................................................................92 Ah Critical current ............................................................................................................................................900 A Alternator ....................................................................................................................................................55 A

2.9

BUCKETS W50TC

W60TC

W70TC

W80TC

SAE capacity

m3 (ft3)

Width

mm 1800 (ft) (5.9)

1900 (6.2)

1900 (6.2)

2050 (6.7)

2050 (6.7)

2050 2100 2100 (6.7) (6.900) (6.9)

2100 (6.9)

2100 (6.9)

Weight

kg (lb)

265 (584)

295 (650)

315 (694)

335 (738)

335 (738)

370 (816)

410 (904)

0.65 (23)

250 (551)

0.70 0.80 0.80 0.90 0.90 1.00 1.00 1.10 1.20 (24.7) (28.2) (28.2) (31.8) (31.8) (35.3) (35.3) (38.8) (42.4)

365 (805)

365 (805)


SECTION 00 - INTRODUCTION

21

2.10 AXLES FRONT AXLES

Model

W50TC

W60TC - W70TC - W80TC

28.16 (CA147195)

28.25 (CA150144)

Differential type Dry weight

limited slip 230 kg (507 lb)

318 kg (701 lb)

Bevel gear ratio

2.90 / 1

3.667 / 1

Epicyclical gear ratio

6.00 / 1

6.00 / 1

Total ratio

17.45 / 1

21.000 / 1

Input rotation

clockwise

Bevel gear set backlash

0.17 ÷ 0.24 mm (0.0066 ÷ 0.0094 in)

Pinion bearings preloading (measured on D = 34.5 mm (1.35 in) without seals)

P = 9.2 ÷ 13.7 daN (20.6 ÷ 30.8 lbf)

Pinion-ring gear bearings total preloading (measured on D = 34.5 mm (1.35 in) without seals)

T= (P+3.1)+(P+4.7) daN (T=(P+6.9)+(P+10.5) lbf)

Maximum service pressure

T= (P+2.5)+(P+3.8) daN (T=(P+5.6)+(P+8.5) lbf)

55 bar (797)

REAR AXLES W50TC

W60TC - W70TC - W80TC

Model

CA147194+CA150145 28.16 + TB150

CA147189+CA150146 28.20 + TB150

Differential type

CA147194: standard CA150145: limited slip

CA147189: standard CA150146: limited slip

255 kg (562 lb)

276 kg (608 lb)

Bevel gear ratio

2.91 / 1

3.66 / 1

Epicyclical gear ratio

6.00 / 1

6.00 / 1

Transmission box gear ratio

2.257 / 1

2.257 / 1

Total ratio

39.38 / 1

49.65 / 1

Dry weight

Input rotation Bevel gear set backlash Pinion bearings preloading (measured on D = 34.8 mm (1.37 in) without seals) Pinion-ring gear bearings total preloading (measured on D = 34.8 mm (1.37 in) without seals)

counterclockwise 0.18 ÷ 0.23 mm (0.0070 ÷ 0.0090 in)

0.17 ÷ 0.24 mm (0.0066 ÷ 0.0094 in)

P = 9.2 ÷ 13.7 daN (20.6 ÷ 30.8 lbf) T= (P+3.1)+(P+4.7) daN (T=(P+6.9)+(P+10.5) lbf)

T= (P+2.5)+(P+3.8) daN (T=(P+5.6)+(P+8.5) lbf)


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SECTION 00 - INTRODUCTION

REAR AXLE WITH SPEED GEARBOX (HIGH SPEED) W60TC - W70TC - W80TC CA147187 28.20 + TB138.5

Model Differential type

limited slip

Dry weight

/

Bevel gear ratio

3.66 /1

Epicyclic gear ratio

6.00 / 1

Transmission box gear ratio (1st)

2.75 / 1

Total ratio (1st)

60.5 / 1

Transmission gear ratio (2nd)

1.163 / 1

Total ratio (2nd)

25.28 / 1

Input rotation

counterclockwise

Bevel gear set backlash

0.17 ÷ 0.24 mm (0.0066 ÷ 0.0094 in)

Pinion bearings preloading (measured on D = 34.8 mm without seals)

P = 9.2 ÷ 13.7 daN (20.6 ÷ 30.8 lbf)

Pinion-ring gear bearings total preloading (measured on D = 34.8 mm without seals)

T= (P+2.5) ÷ (P+3.8) daN (T= (P+5.6) ÷ (P+8.5) daN)

TIGHTENING TORQUES Position

Tightening Nm

lbf·ft

Wheels nuts

550

406

Cardan joint

34

25

Front axle fastening

350

258

Front axle fastening (pin retainer)

79

58

Pump at variable delivery fastening

250

184

Speed change gearbox fastening

71

52

Counterweight

390

288

Engine supports

140

103


SECTION 00 - INTRODUCTION

23

2.11 REFILLING

Component to Refill

Suggested Product

Quantity (litres, gal) New Holland International Viscosity Standard Standard W50TC W60TC W70TC W80TC

Screen washer tank

Water and alcohol

-

-

-

Fuel tank

Decanted and filtered diesel fuel

-

-

-

Fuel system

Engine (with filter) and cooling system

Brakes System

Hydraulic system

Oil AMBRA SUPER GOLD or oil AMBRA MASTERGOLD HSP

NH 330 G

API CF-4 MIL-L-2104 F LEVEL

2.2 (0.60) 90 (23.77) 100 (26.40)

SAE 15W40

15 (3.90)

-

NH 330 H

API CF-4/CH-4 ACEA E7/E5

see Hydraulic system

-

-

-

HYDROSYSTEM 68 (-10 to +50 째C) (14 to +122 째F)

NH 668

ISO VG 68 DIN 51524

-

56 (14.8)

67 (17.7)

67 (17.7)

74 (19.5)

HYDROSYSTEM 46 HV (-20 to +40 째C) (-4 to +104 째F)

NH 646 H

ISO VG 46 DIN 51524

-

56 (14.8)

67 (17.7)

67 (17.7)

74 (19.5)

NH 646 BS

ISO VG 46 DIN 51524

-

56 (14.8)

67 (17.7)

67 (17.7)

74 (19.5)

7.5 (1.98)

8 (2.11)

8 (2.11)

8 (2.11)

HYDROSYSTEM 46 BIO-S Biodegradable Oil (special equipment)

Front axle: - differential

- side reduction gears Rear axle: - differential

2x0.7 2x0.6 2x0.6 2x0.6 (2x0.18) (2x0.16) (2x0.16) (2x0.16) AMBRA HYPOIDE 90 LS Oil

NH 520 B

API GL5

SAE 80W-90

- side reduction gears

Greasing of grease nipples

8 (2.11)

8 (2.11)

8 (2.11)

2x0.7 2x0.7 2x0.7 2x0.7 (2x0.18) (2x0.18) (2x0.18) (2x0.18)

- gear box Air Conditioning System: - coolant - oil (compressor)

7.5 (1.98)

0.75 (0.20)

0.75 (0.20)

0.75 (0.20)

R 134a PAG SP 20

-

-

-

1.1 (0.29) -

AMBRA GR9 Multi purpose grease

NH 710 A

NLGI2

-

-

0.75 (0.20)


SECTION 10 - ENGINE 1. DIESEL ENGINE .......................................................................................................................................... 1 2. FUEL SYSTEM ............................................................................................................................................. 2


2

2.

SECTION 10 - ENGINE

FUEL SYSTEM

The fuel system consists simply of a tank (3) ensuring fuel supply to diesel engine (1) by means of pipes (2).


SECTION 10 - ENGINE 2.1

FUEL TANK

Tank capacity: 90 litres (24 gal) System capacity: 100 litres (26 gal)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Fuel tank Screw Washer Washer Nut Washer Nut Washer Screw

10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18.

Plate Ring Sleeve Plug Gauge Washer Screw Dipstick Dipstick

3


4 2.2

SECTION 10 - ENGINE FUEL

Use commercially available diesel fuel with less than 0.5% sulphur content. If the sulphur content is higher, oil change intervals should be reduced. The following fuel specifications / standards are approved: Z DIN EN 590 Z BS 2869 Z ASTM D 975-96; 1-D and 2-D Z NATO Code F-54 / F-34 / F-44 and XF 63 Exhaust emission values which may be determined in the case of type approval tests always refer to the fuels prescribed by the authorities for the type approval test. WINTER-GRADE FUEL Waxing may occur at low temperatures, clogging the fuel system and reducing engine efficiency. If the ambient temperature is less than 0 °C (32 °F) use winter-grade fuel, suitable down to -15 °C (5 °F) should be used; this fuel is available at the filling stations well in advance of the cold season. Diesel fuel containing additives (Super diesel) is often available, for use down to -20 °C (-4 °F) approximately. Z At temperatures below -15 °C or -20 °C (5 °F or -4° F), add petroleum to diesel fuel. The relevant percentages are given in the adjacent diagram. If summer-grade diesel fuel must be used at temperatures below 0 °C (32 °F), up to 60% petroleum can be added (see diagram). In most cases, adequate resistance to cold can also be obtained by adding a fluidizing additive for winter operation. Legend: I Summer-grade diesel fuel II

Winter-grade diesel fuel

A

Outer temperature

B

Percentage of petroleum

SCAUTION Diesel fuels must never be mixed with gasoline (Normal and Super grades).


SECTION 25 - FRONT AXLES 1. REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION ................................................................................................................ 1 2. DIMENSIONS ............................................................................................................................................... 3 3. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS................................................................................................................... 4 4. OIL CHANGE AND GREASING ................................................................................................................... 7 5. DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY................................................................................................................ 8 5.1 BRAKE DISC ASSY............................................................................................................................... 8 5.2 BRAKE CALIPER ................................................................................................................................ 15 5.3 EPICYCLIC REDUCTION GEAR ASSY (W50TC) .............................................................................. 23 5.4 EPICYCLIC REDUCTION GEAR ASSY (W60TC, W70TC, W80TC).................................................. 27 5.5 WHEEL HUB ASSY (W50TC) ............................................................................................................. 31 5.6 WHEEL HUB ASSY (W60TC, W70TC, W80TC) ................................................................................. 40 5.7 WHEEL SHAFT ASSY (W60TC, W70TC, W80TC)............................................................................. 46 5.8 BRAKE AND WHEEL SHAFT ASSY (W60TC, W70TC, W80TC HIGH SPEED)................................ 50 5.9 DIFFERENTIAL SUPPORT ASSY ...................................................................................................... 58 5.10 DIFFERENTIAL ASSY....................................................................................................................... 66 5.11 PINION ASSY .................................................................................................................................... 73 6. TROUBLESHOOTING................................................................................................................................ 80 7. SPECIAL TOOLS........................................................................................................................................ 83


SECTION 25 - FRONT AXLES

1

The wheel loaders can be equipped with different types of front axles:

1.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

W50TC

W60TC

W70TC

W80TC

CA147194

Z

/

/

/

CA147189

/

Z

Z

Z

REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION

Front axle Plate Screw Nut Locknut

6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Brake tie-rod Nut Cup Wheel Cardan joint


2

SECTION 25 - FRONT AXLES

REMOVAL Z Park the machine on a level surface. Z Lift the loader and support it safely. Z Shut off the engine. Z Activate the parking brake. Z Release the pressure from the hydraulic system. Z Remove the cups (8) and unscrew nuts (7) from both sides. Z Remove the two wheels (9). Z Disconnect the cardan joint (10). Z Position the fork-lift truck laterally with the forks under front axle (1), lift the front axle and support it. Z Release the tie-rod (6) from the brake disc. Z Disconnect the pipes of disc brake (W50TC) and of multi-plate brake (W60TC, W70TC, W80TC). Z Unscrew and remove the nuts (4) and (5). Z Remove the screws (3) and the plates (2). Z Lower the forks and remove the front axle (1). INSTALLATION Z The assembly of the front axle is to be carried out in the reverse order. Z Tighten the nuts (4) and (5) to the prescribed torque 350 Nm (258 lbf·ft) and the wheel nuts (7) to the prescribed torque 500 Nm (369 lbf·ft). Z Fill oil in the hubs and in the axle reduction gears (see Operator’s manual). Z Bleed air from the multi-plate brake (W60TC, W70TC, W80TC). Z Adjust the parking brake.


SECTION 25 - FRONT AXLES

2.

DIMENSIONS

CA147195 (W50TC)

CA150144 (W60TC, W70TC, W80TC)

3


4

3.

SECTION 25 - FRONT AXLES

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

FRONT AXLE CA147195 (W50TC) Model Differential type Dry weight

28.16 limited slip 230 kg (506 lb)

Bevel gear ratio

2.90 / 1

Epicyclic gear ratio

6.00 / 1

Total ratio

17.45 / 1

Input rotation

clockwise

Bevel gear set backlash

0.17 ÷ 0.24 mm (0.0066 ÷ 0.0094 in)

Pinion bearings preloading (measured on D = 34.5 mm (1.35 in) without seals)

P = 9.2 ÷ 13.7 daN (20.6 ÷ 30.8 lbf)

Pinion-ring gear bearings total preloading (measured on D = 34.5 mm (1.35 in) without seals)

T = (P + 3.1) ÷ (P + 4.7) daN (T=(P+6.9)+(P+10.5) lbf)

Maximum service pressure

55 bar (797 psi)

Differential oil capacity

7.5 litres (2 gal)

Epicyclic reduction gear oil capacity each side Oil specification

0.7 litres (0.20 gal) AMBRA HYPOIDE 90LS Oil

FRONT AXLE CA150144 (W60TC, W70TC, W80TC) Model Differential type Dry weight

28.25 limited slip 318 kg (700 lb)

Bevel gear ratio

3.667 / 1

Epicyclic gear ratio

6.00 / 1

Total ratio

22.00 / 1

Input rotation

clockwise

Bevel gear set backlash

0.17 ÷ 0.24 mm (0.0066 ÷ 0.0094 in)

Pinion bearings preloading (measured on D = 34.5 mm (1.35 in) without seals)

P = 9.2 ÷ 13.7 daN (20.6 ÷ 30.8 lbf)

Pinion-ring gear bearings total preloading (measured on D = 34.5 mm (1.35 in) without seals)

T = (P + 2.5) ÷ (P + 3.8) daN (T=(P+5.6)+(P+8.5) lbf)

Maximum service pressure

55 bar (797 psi)

Differential oil capacity

8 litres (2.10 gal)

Epicyclic reduction gear oil capacity each side Oil specification

0.6 litres (0.20 gal) AMBRA HYPOIDE 90LS Oil


SECTION 25 - FRONT AXLES TIGHTENING TORQUES

5


6

SECTION 25 - FRONT AXLES

BRAKE DISCS THICKNESS

New counterdisc thickness = 11.7 ± 0.05 mm (0.5 ± 0.002 in) Disc ref. CA125584 - q.ty 1

New friction disc thickness = 10 ± 0.1 mm (0.4 ± 0.004 in) Worn disc minimum thickness = 8.8 mm (0.3 in) Disc ref. CA119682 - q.ty 1

LIMITED SLIP DIFFERENTIAL DISCS THICKNESS

New counterdisc thickness = 1.5 ± 0.03 mm (0.05 ± 0.001 in) Worn counterdisc minimum thickness = 1.4 mm (0.055 in) Disc ref. CA110643 - q.ty 10

New friction disc thickness = 1.6 ± 0.03 mm (0.06 ± 0.001 in) Worn disc minimum thickness = 1.45 mm (0.057) Disc ref. CA110644 - q.ty 8

Disc ref. CA110642 - q.ty 2 New friction disc thickness = 2.8 ± 0.03 mm (0.11 ± 0.001 in) Worn disc minimum thickness = 2.7 mm (0.10 in)


SECTION 25 - FRONT AXLES

4.

7

OIL CHANGE AND GREASING

Oil filling and level plug

1

Oil drain plug

2

Air breather

3

Oil filling, level and drain plug of epicyclic reduction gear

4

Brake oil bleeding

5


8

SECTION 25 - FRONT AXLES

5.

DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY

5.1

BRAKE DISC ASSY

DISASSEMBLY Some of the following pictures could not show exactly the axle, but the procedure is the same. Remove the breather (1). Loosen the screw (14). Remove the connector (13) and the breather pipe (3) from the brake caliper (5).


SECTION 25 - FRONT AXLES

Unscrew the screws (4).

Remove the brake caliper (5) from the support (10) and from the brake disc (7).

Remove the snap ring (6).

Remove the brake disc (7).

9


10

SECTION 25 - FRONT AXLES

Remove the snap ring (8).

Unscrew the screws (9).

Remove the brake caliper support (10).

Only if necessary remove the dowel pin (11).


SECTION 25 - FRONT AXLES

Remove the seal ring (12). NOTE: destructive operation for the seal ring.

ASSEMBLY Some of the following pictures could not show exactly the axle, but the procedure is the same.

Assemble the seal ring (12) into the brake caliper support (10) with the driver 380002225.

Before matching worked surfaces, make sure they are perfectly clean. Degrease and clean with appropriate detergents. Spread a film of prescribed sealant on the contact surface of the brake caliper support and the differential support (2). NOTE: check that the dowel pin (11) is in its seat.

11


12

SECTION 25 - FRONT AXLES

Assemble the brake caliper support (10) with the screws (9). Tighten the screws (9) to the prescribed torque 50 Nm (37 lbf¡ft).

Insert the snap ring (8) on the pinion end.

Install the brake disc (7).

Install the snap ring (6).


SECTION 25 - FRONT AXLES

Assemble the brake caliper (5) on the support and on the brake disc (7).

Apply sealant on the fastening screws (4) thread.

Tighten the fastening screws (4) to the prescribed torque 169 Nm (125 lbf·ft).

Apply sealant on the connector thread (13) and tighten it to the prescribed torque 12 Nm (8.8 lbf·ft).

13


14

SECTION 25 - FRONT AXLES

Loosen the screw (14). Assemble the breather pipe (3), the connector (13) and the breather (1).

Tighten the screw (14) to the prescribed torque 50 Nm (37 lbf¡ft).

Check the brake caliper correct operation by blowing air at 5 bar (73 psi) pressure into the proper port (a1).

Sď€ WARNING Never activate the parking brake lever (a2) during brake caliper assembly.


SECTION 25 - FRONT AXLES 5.2

BRAKE CALIPER

OPERATION When the brakes are active, the hydraulic pressure acts on the brake piston (10) moving it in the direction indicated by arrow “D” and causing the pads to be applied on the disc (8). While increased pressure ensures harder braking. Above a predetermined threshold, in the actuation of the auto-adjust mechanism as follows: when washer (11) bears on thrust bearing (12), it causes adjusting nut (13), mounted on tie-rod (14), to rotate, while rod rotation is prevented by pusher (15) and lever (6). At the same time, coil spring (24), attached to the brake piston (10) is unwound a little, allowing the adjusting nut to rotate. The mechanical brake (parking brake), actuated through lever (6), is thus automatically adjusted each time the brake pedal is actuated.

Differential position (Auto-adjust compensation of parking brake) Purpose: Keep the adjustment of parking brake levers constant, increasing distance “d” to compensate the pad wear. Beyond a given pressure, the hydraulic forces acting on the differential piston surface (16) get out-ofbalance and shift the piston. As the transversal section of S2 surface is wider than S1 surface, the piston moves towards arrow “F”. Piston (16) compresses the thrust washers (17), releasing a force that pushes on the adjustment nut (13), thus avoiding any risk of over-adjustment, due to deflection of pad material caused by the caliper.

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