AT REASSEMBLY OR OVERHAUL
29. Starting Motor: Lubricate
frame bushing and bushing to drive housing of all
cranking motors with a few drops of engine oil every 500
Cab Door Check (not shown on diagram): Lubricate
hours if oil cups or plugs are provided. DO NOT over-
cab door check with IH 251H EP grease or equivalent
lubricate. Most cranking motors are semi-permanently
NLGI #2 multi-purpose grease.
lubricated and require lubrication only at time of engine
shown on diagram): Twice each year or every 24,000 to
32,000 km (15,000 to 20,000 miles), place 1 or 2 drops
of 3-in-1 oil or its equivalent in the oil wick cup at rear of
periodic lubrication required. At reassembly or overhaul,
fill bearing reservoir one-quarter full with ball bearing
26. Parking Brake Cylinder:
Every 3 months or
32,000 km (20,000 miles) add 59 cc (2 ounces) of light
31. Brake Shoe Anchor Pins and Cams: Do not
engine oil to the brake cylinder through the air inlet.
Coat with IH 2511 EP grease or
equivalent NLGI #2 multi-purpose lithium grease at
80,000 km (50,000 miles)
27. Rear Axle:
Drain at 80,000 km (50,000
32. Water Pump and Fan Hub: At engine overhaul,
miles) or twice a year. Use SP type lubricant (SAE-90
disassemble, clean and pack water pump and fan hub
bearings 1/2 to 2/3 full of grease. Use a multi-purpose
specification and supplied by a reputable refiner. (SP
industrial grease. If equipped with fittings or plugs
must not contain zinc.) For abnormally high temperature,
lubricate with a "shot" (tablespoonful) of grease every
severe service (hot climate, off highway operation where
20,000 to 25,000 miles.
vehicle is in low speed, heavy hauling for prolonged
periods) use SAE-140. NOTE: Traction equalizer axles
add 20 cc (2/3 ounce) of IH-LS additive for each .47 liter
(1 pint) of SP lubricant used.
240,000 km (150,000 Miles)
Or As Required
28. Air Cleaner: Daily inspection of air cleaner dust
cup should be made if dust conditions warrant. Do not
allow dust deposits to build up past a 2" level in cup.
For servicing under 240,000 km (150,000 miles)
observe the following:
Air Pressure Cleaning: Compressed air can be used
to blow out the element from the clean air side out.
Washing Procedure: Filter element can be washed
with any good non-sudsing, household detergent. Use
warm water 49 degrees 60 degrees C (120 degrees 140
degrees F). Flush filter with gentle stream until drain
water is clean. Air dry element before using. ALSO
INSPECT after every cleaning for damage or rupture.
Wipe all internal parts clean before reassembling.
Replace gasket regularly.