#2 crankshaft pulley. Place the #4 washer on the #5 crankshaft adjusting screw and tighten the screw.
The next adjustment is important. While you are tightening the #5 crankshaft adjusting screw, slowly rotate the #2
crankshaft pulley. When the #2 crankshaft pulley begins to bind, loosen the #5 crankshaft adjusting screw a
fraction of a turn (no more than 1/8 turn) and strike it with a hammer. Rotate the #2 crankshaft pulley and further
check for binding. If no other binding, you have the proper adjustment. If still binding, repeat procedure. If this
adjustment is too tight, binding will overheat and score the bearings and place an overload on the motor. If too
loose, knocking will occur and result in premature wear of the bearings and possible crankshaft breakage.
paragraph 6 through and including number 10. Replace the
#9 belt guard right.
If knocking occurs at a later date, check the following. There is a slight possibility that you may not have had the
bearings on either side of the crankshaft seated properly when you made your initial adjustment. These bearings
may reset after the machine has been in operation for a period of time and leave you with too much clearance.
Remove the #9 right belt guard. Rotate the #2 crankshaft adjusting screw 1/8 turn. Rotate the #2 crankshaft
pulley and check for binding. If it feels the same as it felt prior to tightening the #5 crankshaft adjusting screw,
tighten another 1/8 turn. Rotate the #2 crankshaft pulley and check for binding. If it feels the same as it felt prior
to tightening the #5 crankshaft adjusting screw, tighten another 1/8 turn and again rotate the pulley and check the
"feel". Repeat procedure until you feel it turn and strike it (screw) with a hammer. Operate the machine to see if
knocking has stopped. If not, further adjustments may be necessary on the other side of the crankshaft(#37
universal side). Remove #15 housing (drain) plug and drain the oil. Replace the plug. Remove the #45 hand hole
#7. After proper adjustment
is had, replace the #45 hand hole cover and add oil
in III, Lubrication and
check the line etched on the oil level window which is located in the #45 hand hole cover.
CAN CLAMP ASS'Y (Container in Holder)
Install #60 hub on shaft #47, making sure key #48 is in place.
Install washers #64 #65 respectively and tighten #60 hub securely to #47 shaft with nut #66. Install clamp bar #57
to hub #60 with 5/8" bolts, #56. Install #55 clamp screw into center threaded hole of #57 clamp bar must not
protrude thru other side of #57.
install the complete container holder assy and hub flange #79 to hub #60 with one #56 bolt. Rotate the can clamp
assembly slowly and tighten #56 bolt until assembly starts to bind, then loosen bolt just enough to allow the clamp
assembly to rotate with a very slight drag. Repeat this procedure