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January 2014 Delta Says No to Phone Calls During Flights The jury is still out on the Federal Communications Commission's decision to lift the ban on allowing passengers to make phone calls during flights. According to a poll conducted by CNET, 80 percent of the 2,051 individuals who responded say no to the question "Do you want in‐flight cell phone calls?" It seems as though Delta has paid attention to responses like this to the recent news of the possible lift of the ban. In an official memo to Delta employees, CEO Richard Anderson said "Delta will not allow cellular calls or internet‐based voice communications on‐board Delta or Delta Connection flights." Anderson also mentioned their customer research and direct feedback from frequent flyers tells them allowing voice calls during flights would ruin travelers' flight experiences. Delta is a company on the progressive front when it comes to bettering the flying experience for its passengers. This notion is backed up by the company's quick response to the FAA allowing electronic devices to be used during all phases of flights (from gate to gate). Delta was the first airline to file their plan with the FAA. Pre‐Check Application Process Launched by TSA and Customs and Border Protection agency announces Global Entry Program for International Travelers in the U.S. On Tuesday, December 3rd, 2013, The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) launched a public‐facing "Pre‐Check" airport screening program enrollment process. Since the Tuesday announcement, travelers in the Indianapolis area are able to apply and complete background interviews at the application center at Indianapolis International Airport (IND). The TSA plans to open additional application centers in the New York City, Washington, D.C., and Los Angeles areas. The overall plan for the application centers is for the TSA to open 300 across the United States.
Cardan (cross) type universal joint operation is typically designed to be in a range of 1 to 3°, figure 1. A cardan type joint can operate for short periods of time at angles up to approximately eight degrees. Angles that are not within the desired range will cause drive line vibration and significantly shorten the life of the universal joint. Vibration that is created by incorrect u-joint angles is usually most noticeable at low speeds, under 40 mph., under load or acceleration. If a problem with u-joint angle is suspected perform the following basic inspection procedures. 1. Rotate the drive shaft to check for binding, or misalignment of the cross or bearing cups. 2. Check that all surfaces are clean. 3. Check the condition of the motor and transmission mounts. Broken mounts are a frequent cause of drive shaft vibration and are often overlooked. If these conditions are satisfactory a preliminary check of angles can be made with an inclinometer. Before attempting to measure angles ensure that tire air pressure is correct, that the vehicle is at the correct trim (chassis) height, and the ground surface is level. 1. Measure the angle of the front slip yoke by placing the inclinometer on the bottom of the bearing cup, figure 2. Position the inclinometer on the clean flat surface of the bearing cup, level the bubble and note the reading. 2. Measure the drive shaft angle, as shown, and subtract the smaller number from the greater to determine the angle. 3. Repeat the same procedure on the rear u-joint and pinion input shaft.
Driveline Angle Analyzer (DAA) and Driveline Vibration Analyzer (DVA) • Effectively diagnose the most common truck vibration problems • Pinpoint engine, driveshaft, u-joint and wheel end vibration problems. New engine diagnostics for engine and cab mount effectiveness. • Helps eliminate expensive parts changing and misdiagnosis • Simple set up • Quick tests • Automatic evaluation and reporting • Portable data • Expert assistance • Roadranger® field support Product Selection DAA CD......................................................... $100 Driveline Angle Analyzer software predicts effect of driveline working angles and correct action DAA Kit.......................................................... $500 Driveline Angle Analyzer digital protractor, v-block, tape measure and software Basic MD300V............................................ $4,000 Reconditioned Driveline Vibration Analyzer Basic DVA 2.0 Plus..................................... $6,000 Updated Driveline Vibration Analyzer includes new engine vibration measurement Advanced Driveline Vibration Analyzer (DVA) 2.0 Plus........................................... $10,000 Automatically evaluates engine, cab mounts and all common vibration problems along with advanced reporting capabilities Driveline Vibration Analyzer New Service Offerings • “Rent to own” programs • Roadranger provided services...
These instructions only apply to this particular version center support bearing and may not be correct for other versions. TOOLS NEEDED: • Ratchet • 12mm serrated wrench (triple square bit) – NAPA # SER2306 • 13mm socket • 18mm socket • 6 inch extension • 18mm open end wrench • Rubber mallet or dead blow hammer. . Expanding flat nosed snap ring pliers . Various other common hand tools INSTRUCTIONS: Read these entirely and understand them BEFORE you attempt this procedure. 1. Apply parking brake and wheel chocks to prevent vehicle from rolling. A lift is recommended for this repair. IMPORTANT: Carefully mark driveshaft orientation on both ends of shaft sections. (Transmission and differential ends, as well as splined ends where the two drive shafts come apart to allow removal of center support) The sections MUST be reassembled EXACTLY as they came apart for the removal of the old center support bearing, and the driveshaft needs to be reinstalled EXACTLY the same way, in the exact same orientation. Failure to do so can result in imbalance, vibration, and potential damage to vehicle. Otherwise a professional drive shaft shop must be employed to re-balance entire assembly. 2. Remove 6 10mm bolts at joint at rear of back driveshaft. Use the M12 triple square (12point) tool. (NAPA part number SER2306). 3. Remove 3 18mm wrench size (12mm bolt size) bolts from front of driveshaft. 4. Remove 3 18mm wrench size (12mm bolt size) bolts on flex disc. 5. Remove 13mm wrench size (8mm bolt size) bolts on plate covering center support. 6. On some models (Turbos), it may be necessary to loosen various exhaust system clamps, hangers and components to ease access to driveshaft. 7. Pull driveshaft toward front of vehicle to separate it from differential.
The automotive marketplace has seen a steady increase in customer demands for quiet and more comfortable vehicles. A customer’s expectations for NVH refinement often contradicts the constraints for lightweight vehicle designs and the need for a powertrain with increased fuel efficiency. The driveline of a vehicle can be a substantial cause of NVH issues. Variants in the driveline architecture (front wheel, rear wheel and four-wheel/all-wheel drive, automatic-, manual-, automatic-shifted manual transmission, etc.) combined with an overall increase in the complexity of the modern driveline systems can make the task of integrating them very challenging. Development of a well refined vehicle requires the understanding and control of several driveline-related noise and vibration problems within different frequency ranges, due to the multitude of driveline components and their potential excitation sources.. A key aspect of the driveline integration process is the realization that a design modification can have an impact on numerous NVH phenomena.
HW93776-1 Cummins Engine Stand Adapter For Cummins engines: all NH, NTC, & NTE 855 Series in-line 6 cyl., 378 Series V6, 504, 555 & 903 Series V8, KT 1150 Series in-line 6 Cyl. L10 HW93776 • • • • Complete clearance during 360° rotation Long handle provides easy engine rotation with 95 to 1 gear Floor lock keeps stand from moving during repairs Universal adapter included for use with a wide variety of optional adapters HW93776-3 Mack Diesel Engine Stand Adapter HW93776-2 Detroit Engine Stand Adapter HW93776-4 International Diesel Engine Stand Adapter For Mack engines: 672, 673, 675 & 711. Series in-line 6 cyl. For Detroit engines: 53 Series in-line 6 Cyl., 6V & 8V also 71 series in-line 6 cyl., 6V, 8V & 12V also 92 series 6V & 8V also 8.2 liter V8. For International Harvester engines: DT-466 in-line 6 cyl. DV-550, MV-404, MV-446, V304, V435, V392, 4-152, 4-194, 4-196, 9.0 liter V8, 6.9L (Ford). HW93776-5 Caterpillar Engine Stand Adapter HW93776-6 Allison Transmission Adapter HW93776-7 Small Vehicle Adapter For Caterpillar engines: 1673, 1674, 1693, 3306 & 3406 in-line 6 cyl. also 1100 & 3208 V8 and 3408 V8. All Allison transmissions: AT 500, MT 600, MT 6 speed, VH, VS and V730 Small size vehicle and light truck engine 2,000 Lbs. capacity. Model Capacity HW93776 3 Ton 1-888-332-6419 Overall Dimensions Wheel Diameters Height Width Length Front Rear Rotational clearance from MTG. Head to Ground G.W. 45-3/4″ 46″ 52″ 8″ 5-3/4″ 37-1/2″ to 43-1/4″ 602 Lbs. www.heinwerner-automotive.com
1 TON FOLDING ENGINE STAND Model 47304 ASSEMBLY AND OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS ® 3491 Mission Oaks Blvd., Camarillo, CA 93011 Visit our Web site at http://www.harborfreight.com Copyright © 2002 by Harbor Freight Tools®. All rights reserved. No portion of this manual or any artwork contained herein may be reproduced in any shape or form without the express written consent of Harbor Freight Tools . For technical questions and replacement parts, please call 1-800-444-3353 Specifications Engine Stand Capacity Assembled Dimensions Folded Dimensions Engine Turn Capacity Main Post Height 1 Ton (2000 Lbs.) 42” L x 36” W x 34” H 17” L x 22-1/2” W x 40” H 360 Degrees 32-1/2” Save This Manual You will need the manual for the safety warnings and precautions, assembly instructions, operating and maintenance procedures, parts list and diagram. Keep your invoice with this manual. Write the invoice number on the inside of the front cover. Keep the manual and invoice in a safe and dry place for future reference. Safety Warnings and Precautions WARNING: When using product, basic safety precautions should always be followed to reduce the risk of personal injury and damage to equipment. Read all instructions before using this product! 1. Avoid working alone. If an accident happens, an assistant can bring help. 2. Keep work area clean. Cluttered areas invite injuries. 3. Observe work area conditions. Don’t expose to rain. Keep work area well lighted. 4. Keep children away. Children must never be allowed in the work area. Do not let them near the Stand. 5. Store idle equipment. When not in use, the Stand must be stored in a dry location to inhibit rust. Always lock up tools and keep out of reach of children. 6. Dress properly. Do not wear loose clothing or jewelry as they can be caught in moving parts. Protective, electrically nonconductive clothes and nonskid footwear are recommended when working. Wear restrictive hair covering to contain long hair. 7. Use eye and ear protection. Always wear ANSI approved impact safety goggles. 8. Do not overreach. Keep proper footing and balance at all times. Do not reach over or across electrical cables or frames. 9. Maintain Stand with care. Inspect Stand, and if damaged, have it repaired by an authorized technician. SKU 47304
655 Eisenhower Drive Owatonna, MN 55060-0995 USA Telephone: (507) 455-7000 Tech. Serv.: (800) 533-6127 Fax: (800) 955-8329 Order Entry: (800) 533-6127 Fax: (800) 283-8665 International Sales: (507) 455-7223 Fax: (507) 455-7063 Form No. 102302 Assembly & Operating Instructions for: 1750 1750a D05223ST Original Instructions Heavy-Duty Engine Repair Stand Maximum Capacity: 2722 kg (6000 lbs.) Engine Stand Weight: 260 kg (573 lbs.) Description: Designed for mounting engines, transmissions, or other components by using the universal mounting plate or a mounting plate designed specifically for the application. The component may be rotated 360 degrees by using the crank handle; the component may be raised by using the lifting jack to increase swing radius for clearance when rotating the component. Two front wheels and two rear casters provide mobility. Tool Box Grease Fittings Tilting Shaft Assembly Crank Handle Engine Mounting Adapter Assembly (Universal Mounting Adapter Shown) Head Assembly Oil Fill Plug Oil Fill Plug Jack Release Valve Jack Handle (in storage position) Figure 1 Lifting Jack Floor Locks Explanation of Safety Signal Words The safety signal word designates the degree or level of hazard seriousness. danger: Indicates an imminently hazardous situation which, if not avoided, will result in death or serious injury. Warning: Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in death or serious injury. Caution: Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, may result in minor or moderate injury. Caution: Used without the safety alert symbol indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, may result in property damage. © 2010 SPX
Engine Stand. INDEX. NO. DESCRIPTION. PART NO. REQ'D. NO. 1 Upright Assembly. 478255. 1. 2 Forward Leg Assembly. 478260. 1. 3 Rear Leg Assembly ... DESCRIPTION Upright Assembly Forward Leg Assembly Rear Leg Assembly Mounting Head Assembly Engine Adapter Arm Handle Wheel End Cap 1/2" Dia. x 2-1/2" Long Bolt, GR5 1/2" Dia. x 1" Long Bolt, GR5 1/2" Dia. x 3-3/4" Long Bolt, GR5 3/8" x 2-1/2" Long Bolt, GR5 3/8" Nylon Lock Nut 1/2" Hex. Nut 1/2" Flat Washer DESCRIPTION Engine Stand PART NO. REQ'D NO 478255 478260 478265 478270 478275 478280 478278 479248 11127 11104 11124 11123 1073 1007 2074 1 1 1 1 4 1 2 2 4 2 1 2 2 4 4 ®
4.00x4.50x1/4" steel caster mounts - 3/8" holes on 2.75x3.25 centers 2x2x.083 steel square tubing 2.000 Engine Stand, Main Frame 60.000 1" square tubing 7.750 4.000 30.000 30.000 truncate corner approx .5" .625 .500 Dia (2 pl) 7.200 4.563 .438 Dia * 8.250 7.625 1.688 .250 *Center hole is shown as corrected (original was 3/16 up and 3/16 left) Install CarQuest MOU 31-3097 motor mounts with studs towards center (78-79 Buick/Olds, 79 Chev, 75-76 Pontiac Transmission Mount) .875 See Mountbar.dc for main bar dims Mtl: 1.5 x 2.5 x .187 steel 1.500 Mount is to place crankshaft 10" above main frame 1.000 14.750 2.500 12.750 7.313 3.750 .438 Dia Small Block Ford Front Engine Mount Bar (mountbarSBFfront.dc) 2.000 4.750 .000, .000 2.875, -0.500 Matl: 1x1 tubing 3.375, -1.000 .500, -0.500 Generic Engine Mount Bar (mountbar.dc) .000, .000 28.500, -1.000 .438 Dia (typical) 2.875, -1.000 .500, -1.000 Matl: 2x2, .120 wall, square tubing 30.875, -1.000 CL = 15.687 31.375, -2.000 MountBarFordRear.dc Supports GM T-10, T5 and Tremec .500 R .000, .000 10.120, -1.000 1.880, -1.000 Matl: .375 al plate 1.750, -1.067 10.250, -1.067 6.000, -3.000 1.990, -1.530 9.910, -1.530 .500 Dia (9 pl) 1.120, -5.810 10.250, -5.810 1.000 .377 10.250, -7.377 1.750, -7.377 tap thru 3/8-16 (3 pl) .800 .500, -8.000 6.000, -8.000 2.440, -7.800 8.760, -7.800 11.500, -8.000 1.000 1.623 12.000, -9.000 .438 Dia Matl: 2x2x.125 angle 2.000 1.250 3.000 9.000 12.000 1.000 .438 Dia 10.813 14.563 16.813 20.563 Install CarQuest MOU 31-3097 motor mounts (78-79 Buick/Olds, 79 Chev, 75-76 Pontiac Transmission Mount) See Mountbar.dc for main bar dims Mount is to place crankshaft 10" above main frame .000, .000 1.000 2.000, -.500 .201 Dia (6 pl) 9.020, -1.860 1.625, -1.860 23.000, -.500 12.500, -.500 22.375, -1.750 12.000, -3.688 2.125, -2.235 .500 Dia 2.187, -2.297 Corners for .125 end mill 8.438, -5.438 23.250, -2.500 16.250, -2.500 16.250, -5.500 19.250, -2.500 21.500, -2.500 19.250, -5.500 8.500, -5.500 1.000 .156 Dia (4 pl) 9.020, -5.500 1.625, -5.500 21.500, -6.400 3.375 Dia .125 Dia (4 pl) 2.062 Dia (4 pl) 2.000, -7.375 .750 23.000, -7.375 12.500, -7.375 25.000, -7.750 MountBarDashPanel 23.250, -6.400 2x2x.083 steel square tubing. 4.00x4.50x1/4" steel caster mounts - 3/8" holes on 2.75x3.25 centers. 4.000. 7.750. 1" square tubing. Engine Stand, Main Frame ...