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Definitions of symbols used in designation of type lubricants recommended in LUBRICATION INSTRUCTIONS - TM-5-4210-230-14P-1_930
TRUCK SERVICE MANUAL TM 5-4210-230-14&P-1 LUBRICATION LUBRICATION INSTRUCTIONS FOR LUBRICATION INTERVALS REFER TO OPERATORS MANUAL New   vehicles   are   lubricated   before   they   are delivered.      After   the   vehicle   is   placed   in   operation, regular    lubrication    intervals,    based    on    the    type    of service   and   road   conditions,   should   be   established. Thorough lubrication at definite intervals will add greatly to  the  service  life  of  the  vehicle  and  will  reduce  the overall operating expense. The   interval   between   lubrication   periods,   oil changes, etc., depends entirely upon operating conditions.  The loads carried, speed, road and weather conditions  all  contribute  to  the  frequency  of  lubrication periods.        In    some    types    of    operation,    and    where operating  conditions  are  extremely  severe,  the  vehicle may   require   lubrication   after   every   twenty-four   (24) hours of operation. In  some  operations,  such  as  in  deep  water,  mud,  or unusually dusty conditions, the interval of inspection and lubrication   should   be   more   frequent   than   twenty-four (24) hours. Only    lubricants    of    the    best    quality,    having proper   body   or   viscosity,   and   supplied   by   reputable manufacturers,  should  be  used.    The  use  of  inferior  or non-compatible products might reduce the service life of the vehicle or result in failure of its components. The    International    Harvester    Company    Truck Division   does   not   attempt   to   specify   any   particular manufacturer's  product.    High-grade  lubricants  can  be obtained from any reputable oil company. The  lubrication  specifications  refer  only  to  the viscosity  (SAE)  and  type  to  be  applied.    The  viscosity numbers     have     been     adopted     by     the     Society     of Automotive Engineers to classify lubricants according to "body"   or   "thickness"   and   do   not   cover   any   other properties. IMPORTANT When  adding  lubricant,  it  should  be  the same    weight    and    viscosity    which    is already being used. Definitions of symbols used in designation of type lubricants recommended in LUBRICATION INSTRUCTIONS. Symbol Type Lubricant A Light Weight Engine Oil B Cam and Ball Bearing Lubricant C IH 251 HEP Grease or equivalent NLGI #2 Multi-Purpose Grease D Stick Lubricant E SAE 85W-140 gear lubricant or SP type lubricant, SAE-90 viscosity year around, meeting MIL-L- 2105B specification (SP must not contain zinc).  For abnormally high temperature severe service (hot  climate  off  highway  operation  where  vehicle  is  in  low  speed  heavy  hauling  for  prolonged periods), use SAE-140.  For traclok rear axles, add 20CC (2/3 ounce) of IH-LS additive for each .47 liter (pint) of SP lubricant, at every 10,000 miles 16,000 kilometers of operation. F SPICER Engine Oil (SE, CC, DD). SAE-30Below -18 deg. C (O deg.  F) SAE-30, Above -18 deg.  C (O deg.  F) 40, 50 CTS-2412S  Page 1 2/79 PRINTED IN UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

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