D4E, D5B & D6D TRACTORS OPERATOR’S STATION – Roll-Over Protective Structure

Remove Roll-Over Protective Structure

1. Remove four nuts (1), bolts and washers from each front pad assembly (2).

2. Remove four nuts (3), bolts and washers from each rear pad assembly (4).

3. Remove the ground wire from the left rear pad assembly. Disconnect two wires from back-up alarm (5).

4. Fasten a hoist to the Roll-Over Protective Structure and remove. The weight of the Roll-Over Protective Structure is 1150 lb. (518 kg).

Install Roll-Over Protective Structure

NOTE: If the rear Roll-Over Protective Structure support assemblies have been removed from a D5B or D6D for any reason, the following installation procedure must be followed:

a) Install the support assemblies (2) with three bolts (3) and lockwashers for each support assembly. Tighten the bolts to a torque of 420 ± 60 lb.ft. (570 ± 80 N·m).

b) Put fender brace (5) in position on the bevel gear case. Install but do not tighten the bolts (4) and lockwashers which fasten the brace to the case.

c) Install shims (6) until the gap between the fender brace and the fender is a maximum of .015 in. (0.38 mm).

d) Tighten bolts (3) to a torque of 550 ± 60 lb.ft. (750 ± 80 N·m).

e) Install two bolts (1) and lockwashers in each support assembly which fastens the support assembly, fender, shims, and fender brace together. Tighten the bolts to a torque of 350 ± 37 lb.ft. (475 ± 50 N·m).

f) Tighten the bolts (4) which fasten the fender brace to the bevel gear case to a torque of 200 ± 18 lb.ft. (270 ± 25 N·m).

1. Fasten a hoist to the Roll-Over Protective Structure and put the Roll-Over Protective Structure in position on the tractor. The weight of the Roll-Over Protective Structure is 1150 lb. (518 kg).

2. Connect two wires to the back-up alarm. Connect ground wire (7) to the left rear pad assembly.

3. Fasten each rear pad assembly (8) to the frame with four nuts, bolts and washers.

4. Fasten each front pad assembly (9) to the frame with four nuts, bolts and washers.

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