464-0265 Lifting Bracket Assembly{0374, 0599, 0629, 0632, 0700, 0708, 1353} Caterpillar


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COOLING SYSTEM
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Instructions for Use of Cat<SUP>&reg;</SUP> Coolant Conditioner for Modular Core Aluminum Radiators {1350, 1350, 1352, 1353, 1395} Instructions for Use of Cat® Coolant Conditioner for Modular Core Aluminum Radiators {1350, 1350, 1352, 1353, 1395}

464-0265 Lifting Bracket Assembly{0374, 0599, 0629, 0632, 0700, 0708, 1353} 464-0265 Lifting Bracket Assembly{0374, 0599, 0629, 0632, 0700, 0708, 1353}


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Introduction

Important Safety Information




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Improper operation, lubrication, maintenance, or repair of this product can be dangerous and could result in injury or death.

Do not operate or perform any lubrication, maintenance, or repair on this product until you have read and understood the Tool Operating Manual.

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Literature Information

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Safety Section

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Read and understand the basic precautions listed in the Safety section before operating or performing maintenance and repair on this service tool.

General Information Section

The General Information Section describes tooling functions and features. The section provides useful information on individual parts, additional tooling, and resources.

Operation Section

The Operation Section is a reference for the new operator and a refresher for the experienced operator.

Photographs and illustrations guide the operator through correct procedures for using the tool group.

Operating techniques outlined in this publication are basic. Skill and techniques develop as the operator gains knowledge of the service tool and the tools capabilities.

Maintenance Section

The Maintenance Section is a guide to tool inspection, cleaning, storage, and tool disposal.

Service Parts Section

The Service Parts Section is a reference for parts identification and available part numbers.

Safety Icon Nomenclature

Personal Protection/Important Information




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Safety Section

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DO NOT OPERATE OR WORK ON THIS MACHINE UNLESS YOU HAVE READ AND UNDERSTAND THE INSTRUCTIONS AND WARNINGS IN THE OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUALS. FAILURE TO FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS OR HEED THE WARNINGS COULD RESULT IN INJURY OR DEATH. CONTACT ANY CATERPILLAR DEALER FOR REPLACEMENT MANUALS. PROPER CARE IS YOUR RESPONSIBILITY.

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------ WARNING! ------

To avoid injury do not stand on or between implement and machine while operating lift control.

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Additional Contact Information

For additional product support questions concerning this tool, contact the Dealer Service Tools Hotline at:

USA: 1-800-542-8665, Option 1

International: 1-309-578-7372

General Information




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Introduction

The 464-0265 Lifting Bracket Assembly is designed to lift AMOC (Advanced Modular Cooling) and Aluminum Modular Radiators (AMR) style radiator cores for removal, service, and installation. It is used with a suitable overhead lifting device on any vehicle using AMOC / AMR radiator cores.

Note: Refer to the appropriate Disassembly and Assembly Manual for mounting and lifting hardware and correct location of the lifting point.

Specifications




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Table 1
464-0265 Lifting Bracket Assembly    
Item     Description     Specification    
A     Approximate Height     136 mm (5.3 in)    
B     Approximate Length     172 mm (6.7 in)    
C     Approximate Width     114 mm (4.5 in)    
--     Approximate Weight     1.3 kg (2.8 lbs)    
--     Working Load Limit     45.4 kg (100 lbs)    

Nomenclature




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Table 2
464-0265 Lifting Bracket Assembly    
Item     Description     Specification    
1     Lifting Bracket Assembly     1    
2     Base Plate     1    
3     Ball (handle)     1    
3a     Thumbscrew     2    
3b     Spring Pin     2    
4     Locking Plate     2    
4a     Spring     4    
5     Hinge Rod     2    
5a     Push Nut     4    

Operation Section

Operation

  1. Inspect 464-0265 Lifting Bracket Assembly (1) before each use. Do not use any tool that is damaged, altered, or in poor condition.

    Note: For more information on specific AMOC/AMR Radiator Core disassembly and assembly, refer to the appropriate manual for the vehicle being serviced.




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  1. If necessary, disassemble cooling system components such as cover, top tank, core support brackets, and/or hoses, to expose the top of AMOC/AMR Radiator Core (7) .


    NOTICE

    Care must be taken to ensure that fluids are contained during radiator core service. Be prepared to collect coolant in a suitable container. Store and dispose of all fluids according to local, State, and Federal regulations and mandates.





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  1. On lifting bracket assembly (1), loosen (turn counterclockwise) thumbscrews (3a) and push down on bail (3) to allow locking plates (4) to spring outward at the bottom.

  1. Attach the lifting bracket assembly to the radiator core.



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    1. Position lifting bracket assembly (1) on top of radiator core (7) with base plate (2) center hole over core protrusion and locking plates (4) extending down the front and rear of the radiator core.

    1. Pull up on bail (3) to push the curved lip on the bottom of each locking plate (4) inward, under edge of radiator core (7) top plate.



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    1. Tighten (turn clockwise) thumbscrews (3a) just enough to secure locking plates (4) against radiator core (7).


    NOTICE

    To avoid damage to tooling and/or radiator cores, only tighten thumbscrews enough to secure lock plate to radiator core.





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  1. Attach a suitable overhead lifting device (8) to bail (3) and raise tooling with radiator core (7) attached.

    Note: For more information on removing or installing AMOC / AMR radiator cores, refer to the appropriate disassembly and assembly manual.




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  1. Remove the AMOC / AMR radiator core. Follow all appropriate disassembly and assembly manual procedures for service of the radiator core.

  1. Remove the lifting bracket assembly from the radiator core.

      Note: Make sure that the radiator core is stable (positioned in a fixture, blocked on a work surface, or installed in a machine) before removing the lifting bracket assembly.




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    1. Lower overhead lifting device (8) to remove all load on bail (3).

    1. Remove overhead lifting device (8).



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    1. Loosen (turn counterclockwise) thumbscrews (3a) and push down on bail (3) to allow locking plates (4) to spring outward at the bottom.



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    1. Carefully raise lifting bracket assembly (1) up and off of AMOC / AMR radiator core (7).

Inspection and Maintenance Section

Inspection

Inspect prior to each use for nicks, burrs, dents, cracks, bends, or worn parts. If damage is found, discontinue use until inspected and released for use by an approved inspector at the dealership.

  1. Have tools inspected annually by an approved dealership inspector. Maintain a written record of all inspections.



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  1. Make sure thumbscrews (3a) operate freely. Lightly lubricate threads with Cat 222-3123 Light Penetrating and Lubricating Oil.

  1. Make sure bail spring pins (3b) are not broken, bent, or damaged. Replace as required.

  1. Make sure locking plates (4) pivot freely. Lightly lubricate pivot points with Cat 222-3123 Light Penetrating and Lubricating Oil..

  1. Make sure locking plate springs (4a) are not broken, bent, or damaged. Replace as required.

  1. Make sure push nuts (5a) are not damaged or missing. Replace as required.



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  1. Do not use unless all load identification markings are legible.

Service Parts




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Table 3
464-0265 Lifting Bracket Assembly Service Parts    
Item     Part No.     Description     Qty.    
3a     90128A947*     Thumbscrew     2    
3b     4H-3119     Spring Pin     2    
4a     9271K585*     Spring     4    
5a     94803A030*     Push Nut     4    

(*) Available from McMaster-Carr

Cleaning

Clean the tooling after each use, using a non-solvent based cleaner.

Storage

  1. Store the tooling in a clean, dry location to prevent rust or corrosion. Tooling can be damaged by moisture or high humidity.

  1. The tool should be stored in the most stable position.

Tool Disposal

At the end of the operational life of the tool, destroy the tool and dispose of as scrap.

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