Replace the #37 universal onto the #47 fork rod with the 2 #43 universal screws. When replacing the screws,
make certain that you screw them in evenly so the #37 universal is centered in the "fork". Spin the #37 universal
assembly. Note the ease in which it spins. Then, tighten the 2 #43 universal screws evenly in very small
increments, spinning the #37 universal after each tightening. Proper adjustment is had as soon as you encounter
a slight drag when spinning the #37 Universal. Lock the #43 universal screws in place with 2 #42 lock nuts.
Replace the #47 fork rod on the #36 crankshaft, making certain that tapped holes in the #37 universal are facing
outside of the machine.
Place the #58 bearing on the #36 crankshaft. Drive the bearing onto the shaft with a block of wood and a
hammer. Replace the #40 oil throw, #41 washer and #5 crankshaft adjusting screw. Tighten the #5 crankshaft
adjusting screw until it appears that you have a snug fit. Grasp the upper and lower portions "fork" and rock it. If
you feel any movement whatsoever, tighten the #5 crankshaft adjusting screw 1/2 turn and recheck for play
between the bearings. Repeat this procedure until all play has been removed. Do not overtighten as this will
Replace the #60 hub and can clamp assembly. Adjust the clutch as per IV Servicing, Section E, Can Clamp
Assembly, paragraph 8.
Insert a 5 gallon container between the jaws and lock in place. Squirt some oil on the #58 bearings and #37
Universal assembly. Operate the machine for 5-10 seconds and check for knocking. If knocking occurs, tighten
the #5 crankshaft adjusting screw 1/8 turn. Repeat procedure until knocking stops.
#36 CRANKSHAFT REPLACEMENT
including 5; however, do not remove #43 universal screws and #42 lock nuts.
Remove the #9 belt guard right, 2 #21A "V" belts, #5 crankshaft adjusting screw, #4 washer, #2 crankshaft pulley,
#3 woodruff key and #13 oil retainer.
Remove the #36 crankshaft assembly by pressing it out of position from right to left (to determine right or left,
stand in front of machine, facing machine). The outside #16 bearing will come off. After the crankshaft has been
taken out of the machine, remove remaining #58 and #16 bearings from the shaft. Since it is difficult to remove
these bearings without damage to them, we recommend purchase of new #58 & #16 bearings. Make certain that
both bearings have been pressed firmly against the stops on the new shaft, otherwise, you will run into
considerable difficulties when attempting further adjustments.
Press the crankshaft into place, from left to right. Replace the outside #16 crankshaft bearing. We suggest that
you order a new #13 oil retainer as there is that good possibility that the old one will be damaged when removed.
Place some shellac on the outside metal surface of the #13 oil retainer and tap it into place. Insert the #3 woodruff
key into position and replace the