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HOSE AS. 2389485 - Caterpillar

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To prevent personal injury or even death from ejected parts or flying objects never remove the upper rigid guard or the lower flexible guard during operation of the portable track press. Never remove either guard when the tool is under pressure.
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Follow Steps 15.a through 15.f to install the guard.
Install Tooling (G) onto Tooling (F).Note: The Tooling (G) has two cutouts on one end. Fasten Tooling (G) to Tooling (F) on the end that is opposite the cutouts.
Install Tooling (G) and Tooling (F) over the hydraulic press.
Install Tooling (B) through the cutouts in Tooling (G).
Connect Tooling (B) to Tooling (A).
Complete the installation of Tooling (G) to Tooling (F).
Install track bolts (1) and nuts.
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Connect Tooling (B) to Tooling (L). Make sure that all connections are clean and tight.
Make sure that valves (4) are in the open position.
Turn on Tooling (L). The track link will be pulled onto the ends of the cartridge pins. Watch carefully to ensure that the track link is pulled evenly. When the track link is in place, Tooling (R) will contact the end of the cartridge pins. The gauge on the pump will indicate a sharp rise in pressure.Note: The track link must be pulled evenly onto the ends of the cartridge pins. Turn off the pump if one end of the track link is offset more than 6 mm (0.24 inch) from the other end of the track link. If one side of the track link has been installed farther, close the valve on the same side. Restart the pump. When the track link is straight, turn off the pump. Open both valves (4). Continue the process.Note: If the cylinders have been retracted during the installation process, inspect the main service tool. Verify that the main service tool is in proper alignment with the cartridge pins. If the main service tool is not in proper alignment, retract the hydraulic cylinders completely. Set up the main service tool properly. If necessary, install Tooling (D). Tighten Tooling (P). If the main service tool is allowed to get out of alignment with the cartridge pins, the hydraulic cylinders will not apply the force correctly. The track link may not be installed correctly. The tooling may become damaged during the misalignment.
Turn off the Tooling (L) when the track link is in place. Allow the oil to return to the reservoir. Springs will force the hydraulic cylinders of the main service tool to return to the start position.
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Remove bolts (1) and nuts.
Remove a portion of Tooling (G) from Tooling (F). Disconnect Tooling (B) from Tooling (A).
Remove Tooling (G) and Tooling (F) from the tooling.
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Push Tooling (A) so that the press is firmly seated on the track to reduce the load on Tooling (C). Reinstall Tooling (D) for added support.
Remove Tooling (P) and Tooling (M).
Remove Tooling (N) and Tooling (R).
Remove Tooling (C).
Remove Tooling (A). Remove Tooling (Q). Do not remove Tooling (E).
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Position Tooling (A) on track link (5). Use Tooling (D) to

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