4-13. ACCESSORIES REPLACEMENT. - continued
Hose reel frame has a threaded hole to hold crank mounting screw.
If screw (6) is damaged, remove it from frame (5)
Remove cap (7) and pull gage (8) from tube (9).
Disassemble liquid measure gage (8).
Drill out pop rivet (10) using drill bit slightly smaller than rivet body Discard pop rivet.
Remove any remaining pop rivet (10) material from cap (7).
Cut cable (11) and remove from gage (8) Discard cable
Remove four nuts (12), flat washers (13), two hook bolts (14), tube (9), and pad (15).
Remove two nuts (16), lock washers (17), U-bolt (18), and installation tool (19). Discard lock washers.
Crank can be found on both the trailer hose reel assembly and the auxiliary cart. The level
gage and the installation tool can be found on the hose reel assembly
Install installation tool (19) and secure using U-bolt (18), two new lock washers (17), and nuts (16).
Install tube (9) and secure using two hook bolts (14), four flat washers (13), and nuts (12) Before tightening
four nuts, install pad (15) under tube to prevent cap (7) from binding
Assemble liquid measure gage (8).
Push new cable (11) through new cable sleeve (20) and then loop through hole In gage (8) Push
cable end back into cable sleeve. Secure by crimping sleeve.
Push loose cable (11) end through another new cable sleeve (20). Push cable end back into cable
sleeve to form a loop just large enough to fit pop rivet (10) body through Secure by crimping sleeve
Secure loose cable (11) end loop to inside of cap (7) using pop rivet (10).
Insert gage (8) into tube (9) and install cap (7) onto tube
Install screw (6) into frame (5)
Install pad (4).
Coat mating surfaces of frame (5) and pad (4) with adhesive. Let both surfaces air dry until adhesive
is tacky but will not stick to fingers.
Carefully attach pad (4) to frame (5). Press into firm contact all over (7) Install crank (3), flat washer
(2), and wing nut (1) onto screw (6).