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GUARD AS 3905211 - Caterpillar



3905211 GUARD AS Caterpillar parts D9T GUARD
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12
Alternative (cross code) number:
CA3905211
390-5211
3905211
Caterpillar 3905211 GUARD AS
Weight: 8 pounds 3 kg.

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TRACK-TYPE TRACTOR  D9T   Caterpillar
Number on catalog scheme: 5
 
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Illustration 1 g00742320
Planetary Lubrication (1) Passage. (2) Bearing. (3) Bearing. (4) Passage. (5) Bearing. (6) Manifold. (7) Passage. (8) Output shaft. (9) Bearing. (10) Bearing. (11) Bearing. (12) Bearing. (13) No. 1 Clutch carrier. (14) Oil chamber. (15) No. 1 Clutch housing. (16) Planetary shafts. (17) Coupling. (18) Ring. (19) Ring gear for No. 2 Clutch. (20) Planetary shafts. (21) Ring gear No. 3 Clutch. (22) Planetary shafts. (23) Ring gear for No. 4 Clutch. (24) Carrier. (25) No. 5 Clutch. (26) Passage. (27) Oil inlet port. (28) Passage. (29) Oil chamber. (30) Ring gear for No. 6 Clutch. (31) Planetary shafts. (32) Oil passage.All outlet from the torque converter oil cooler flows through an external line to oil inlet port (27) on manifold (6). The oil flows through passage (28) in manifold (6) to oil chamber (29). The oil flow divides at oil chamber (29). Part of the oil flows through passage (32) in the manifold in order to lubricate the components of No. 6 clutch. The oil also cools the components of No. 6 clutch. The remainder of the oil flows through passage (26). Passage (26) is a series of passages in the different clutch housings.The oil from passage (32) flows through the holes in ring gear (30) in order to lubricate the discs and plates of No. 6 clutch. The oil also cools the components of No. 6 clutch. The oil also flows to passages in No. 6 planetary shafts (31). Planetary shafts (31) have drilled passages in order to allow the oil to flow to the planetary shaft bearings. The remainder of the oil from passage (32) flows to bearing (11) .The oil that flows through passage (26) flows to chamber (14). Most of the oil from chamber (14) flows to No. 1 planetary shafts (16). Some of the oil from chamber (14) flows through passage (1) to a space between the torque converter and housing (15). This oil lubricates bearing (9) .No. 1 planetary shafts (16) have drilled passages in order to allow the oil to flow to the planetary shaft bearings. The oil flows around the planetary shaft bearings. Then, the oil flows to bearings (2) and (12). The oil also flows through holes in ring gear (18) and coupling (17) in order to lubricate the discs and plates of No. 1 clutch. This oil also helps to cool the components of No. 1 clutch.Oil flows out of the holes in the ends of shafts (16). The oil then flows to No. 2 and No. 3 planetary shafts (20). No. 2 and No. 3 planetary shafts (20) have drilled passages in order to allow the oil to flow to the planetary shaft bearings. The oil flows around the planetary shaft bearings. Then, the oil flows to bearing (3). The oil also flows through holes in ring gears (19) and (21) in order to lubricate the discs and plates of the No. 2 and No. 3 clutches. This oil also helps to cool the

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