SCOOP HYDRAULIC CYLINDER AND HOSES MAINTENANCE (Contd)
Ensure hydrojet scoop reverse deflectors are supported during
removal and installation. Failure to comply may result in damage
Cap and plug all hoses, connections, and openings immediately
after disconnection to prevent contamination. Remove caps or plugs
prior to installation. Failure to comply may result in damage to
Both scoop hydraulic cylinders and hoses are replaced the same
way. This procedure covers replacement of one scoop hydraulic
cylinder and two hoses.
Tag hoses during removal to assist with installation.
Loosen jam nut (1) on scoop hydraulic cylinder rod (2).
Remove locknut (9), two washers (6), two fiber washers (7), and screw (5) from hydrojet scoop reverse
deflector (8) and cylinder rod clevis (4). Discard locknut (9).
Remove clevis (4) and two fiber washers (3) from scoop deflector (8).
Note position of clevis on cylinder rod to assist with installation.
Remove clevis (4) from cylinder rod (2).
Remove locknut (20), washer (19), screw (17), and hydraulic cylinder (15) from control link (18).
Discard locknut (20).
Have container ready to catch hydraulic oil.
Remove four hose tube elbows (16) from adapters (14) and (21).
Remove two locknuts (25) and washers (26) from studs (22). Discard locknuts (25).
Remove hydraulic cylinder (15), mounting plate (13), and swivel bearing set (12) with two
O-rings (11) from mounting flange (23).
Remove O-rings (11) and swivel bearing set (12) from swivel ball (24). Discard O-rings (11).
Remove two adapters (14) and mounting plate (13) from hydraulic cylinder (15).