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WEBB Torque Specifications, for Pilot Mounted Disc Wheels. 8 10 Stud Hubs, Applies to M22 X 1 5 studs two piece flange nut. 10 8 NOTE All threads are right hand metric, 1 1 Tighten Flange Nuts to 50 ft lb using sequence. 5 3 4 4 2 Check Disc Wheel for proper positioning on pads. 8 and proper seating against flange, 2 3 Tighten Flange Nuts to recommended torque using. 8 Stud Hubs sequence shown, 10 Stud Hubs, Recommended Torque Dry 450 500 ft lbs.
Read and Understand the installation service and safety instructions manual. before installing or servicing the hub Failure to do so may result in personal. injury or death and may result in a compromise of your vehicle s safety. through loss or failure of a wheel or compromise the braking system. Use a torque wrench to assure proper torque failure to do so will compromise. your products service life and safety Under torque and over torque can cause. thread and or nut damage and may result in the loss of a wheel. Recheck torque after the first 50 to 100 miles of service Parts may seat natu. rally causing the torque to drop Proper torque is essential for the service life. and safety of this product, RTN SERIES TRAILER, OPERATION MANUAL. Serial Number Q27423 and Up, Etnyre Trailer Co warrants to the original Purchaser it s new product to be free from defects in. material and workmanship for a period of six 6 months after date of delivery to original Purchaser. The obligation of the Company is limited to repairing or replacing any defective part returned to the. Company and will not be responsible for consequential damages or any further loss by reason of such. The company excludes all implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular. purpose There are no warranties express or implied which extend beyond the description of. the goods contained in this contract, This warranty does not obligate the Company to bear the cost of machine transportation in connec. tion with the replacement or repair of defective parts nor does it guarantee repair or replacement of. any parts on which unauthorized repairs or alterations have been made or for components not manu. factured by the Company except to the extent of the warranty given by the original Manufacturer. This warranty does not apply to, 1 Normal start up services normal maintenance services or adjustments usually performed. by the selling dealer factory service representative or customer personnel. 2 Any product manufactured by Etnyre Trailer Co purchased or subjected to rental use. 3 Any product or part thereof which shows improper operation improper maintenance. abuse neglect damage or modification after shipment from factory. 4 Any product or part thereof damaged or lost in shipment Inspection for damage should be. made before acceptance or signing any delivery documents releasing responsibility of the. delivering carrier, This warranty and foregoing obligations are in lieu of all other obligations and liabilities including.
negligence and all warranties of merchantability or otherwise express or implied in fact or by law. ETNYRE TRAILER CO Oregon Illinois 61061 9778, 1333 South Daysville Road Phone 815 732 2116 Fax 815 732 7400. Table Of Contents, Warranty 1 Valve Replacement 26. Safety Precautions 4 Tires And Disc Wheels 26, Hazard Seriousness Level 4 Tire Inflation 26. Reporting Safety Defects 4 Tire Overinflation 26, General 4 Tire Underinflation 26. Unit Nameplate or Certification Label 5 Matching Dual Tires 27. Serial Number Data 5 Removing Tire and Disc Wheel Assembly 27. Trailer Capacity Data 5 Mounting and Demounting Tires on Disc Wheels 27. Tire and Rim Data 5 Mounting Tire and Hub Piloted Type Disc Wheels 27. System Specifications 5 Checking Tightness on Mounted Dual Disc Wheels 28. Operating Instructions 5 Hubs 28, Warning and Caution Information 5 Hub Removal 28.
Figure 3 Unit Nameplate and Decals 6 Inspection and Cleaning 28. Model RTN35T 7 Hub Installation 28, Model RTN55T 7 Air Systems and Brakes 28. Table 1 Torque Specifications For Standard Hardware 8 Air Systems and Brakes General 28. General 9 Air System Tests 28, Trailer to Tractor Connecting Procedures 9 Air Reservoir 29. Gooseneck Removal 10 Air Hoses and Tubing 29, Gooseneck Attachment 11 Brake Relay Emergency Valve 29. Multiple Ride Height Adjustment 11 Air Brake Chambers 29. High Lift Gooseneck Operation 11 Brake Air Supply System Description 29. Loading and Unloading Procedures 13 Relay Emergency Valve 30. General 13 Brake Chambers 31, Front Loading and Unloading Procedures 13 Brake Chamber Servicing 31. General Rear Loading and Unloading Procedures 13 Brake Chamber Removal 31. Ramps 14 Brake Chamber Disassembly 31, Shimming Instructions 16 Cleaning and Inspection of Parts 32.
Maintenance 18 Brake Chamber Assembly 32, General 18 Installation 32. Table 2 Maintenance Schedule 18 Air Brakes 32, Table 3 Electrodes for Weld Repairs 20 General 32. Maintenance Procedures 20 Operating Checks 32, Frame Inspection 20 Brake Assembly 32. Weld Repairs 20 Slack Adjuster 33, Wheel Bearings 20 Crewson Brunner Automatic Slack Adjuster 33. Undercarriage 21 Recommended Preventive Maintenance 33. Service Guide ridewell Suspensions 21 Every Three Months or 25 000 Miles 33. Basic Operation 21 Every Six Months or 50 000 Miles 33. Air Springs Height Control Valve 21 Testing Adjuster Function 33. Air Pressure Brake Protection Valve 22 Slack Adjuster Replacement 34. Operational Inspection 22 Trouble Analysis for Air Brakes 36. Preventive Maintenance 22 Electrical 39, Welding Guidelines 23 Lighting System 39.
Welding Methods Materials Personnel 23 Hydraulics 39. Weld Joint Preparation 23 General 39, Welding Procedure 23 Hydraulic Power Pack Filter 39. Repair Welding 24 Checking Hydraulic Reservoir Oil Level 39. Welding Precautions 24 Changing Hydraulic Oil 39, Alignment Of Axle For Tandem Axle Trailer 25 Hydraulic Power Pack Battery 39. Height Control Valve 25 Adjusting Relief Pressure 40. Set Up 25 Trouble Analysis for Hydraulic Systems 40. Adjustment 25, Table Of Contents, Figure 1 Etnyre RTN 4 Figure 17 Multiple Pass Recommended Method 23. Figure 2 Unit Nameplate or Certification Label 5 Figure 18 No Weld Zones 24. Figure 3 Unit Nameplate and Decals 6 Figure 19 Alignment of Axle 24. Figure 4 Standard Hardware 8 Figure 20 Height Control Valve Asm 25. Figure 5 Inspection of Kingpin for wear 9 Figure 21 Proper Tire Inflation 26. Figure 6 Identification of Controls 10 Figure 22 Removal of Tires and Hub Piloted Wheels 27. Figure 7 Compression Block Positions 11 Figure 23 Checking Oil Level in Hub 28. Figure 8 Gooseneck to Platform Connections 11 Figure 24 Brake Air Supply System 2 Axle Shown 29. Figure 9 Ride Height Adjustment 12 Figure 25 Relay Emergency Valve 30. Figure 10 Extension Brackets 13 Figure 26 Brake Chamber 31. Figure 11 Blocking Under Rear of Trailer 14 Figure 27 Brake Components 32. Figure 12 Maintenance Checkpoints 19 Figure 28 Slack Adjuster Lubrication Points 33. Figure 13 Check Oil Level of Oil Lubricated Bearings 21 Figure 29 Measuring Maximum Stroke 33. Figure 14 Tightening Sequence 21 Figure 30 Gooseneck Socket Connection 39. Figure 15 Eccentric Bolt Inspection 22 Figure 31 Hydraulic Oil Check 40. Figure 16 Root Weld Gap 23 Figure 32 Directional Control Valve Pressure Relief 40. Safety Precautions GENERAL, Hazard Seriousness Level This manual contains operation maintenance and. You will find safety information boxes throughout service instructions for the Etnyre RTN Series trailers. this manual These boxes contain information alerting see figure 1 The operating instructions must be read. you to situations or actions to avoid and understood before operating the unit The operator. must be responsible for maintaining the unit in good. Signal words DANGER WARNING and CAU working condition. TION are used to identify levels of hazard serious. ness Their selection is based on the likely conse To identify the maximum load capacity of your. quence of human interaction with a hazard Defini trailer examine the Etnyre model number It contains a. tions of hazard levels are as follows condensed description of the unit. This manual covers the standard features and op, tions of the Etnyre Blackhawk series trailers If your.
DANGER Immediate hazards which trailer incorporates custom features some of the infor. will result in severe personal injury or death mation contained in this manual may not apply If you. have any questions regarding this manual or your trailer. contact your dealer or the E D Etnyre Service Depart. ment at 1 800 995 2116, WARNING Hazards or unsafe prac. A typical model number such as RTN35TD3 T1, tices which could result in severe personal. would describe the following trailer, injury or death. RTN 35 TD3 T1, CAUTION Hazards or unsafe prac A The first group describes trailer type RTN. tices which could result in minor personal model removable gooseneck. injury or product or property damage B The second group indicates trailer capacity 35. thirty five U S tons, C The third group describes trailer undercarriage.
Reporting Safety Defects and platform TD3 triple axle undercarriage with. a drop deck TD only indicates a tandem axle un, dercarriage with a drop deck. If you believe that your vehicle has a defect which. D The fourth group describes additional informa, could cause a crash or could cause injury or death you. tion T1 constructed using T1 steel, should immediately inform the National Highway Traf. fic Safety Administration NHTSA in addition to no, tifying E D ETNYRE CO. If NHTSA receives similar complaints it may open, an investigation and if it finds that a safety defect ex R.
INSTRUCTION, ists in a group of vehicles it may order a recall and. remedy campaign However NHTSA cannot become, involved in individual problems between you your. E D ETNYRE CO, To contact NHTSA you may either call the Auto. Safety Hotline toll free at 1 800 424 9393 or 366 0123. in Washington D C area or write to NHTSA U S, Department of Transportation Washington D C R. 20696 You can also obtain other information about R. motor vehicle safety from the hotline, Figure 1 Etnyre RTN.
Unit Nameplate or Certification Label System Specifications. The unit serial number plate or certification label is Unit specifications are listed in the General Section. located on the left hand gooseneck beam web The, nameplate or certification label must remain perma. nently affixed to the unit See figure 2, Serial Number Data. The unit serial number on the certification label is. also stamped into the gooseneck beam web plate near. the nameplate and on the outside frame member at the. left hand forward corner of the frame See figure 2. NOTE The complete serial number must be iden, tified when ordering parts or communicating ser. vice information to Etnyre, Trailer Capacity Data, Figure 2 Unit Nameplate or Certification Label. Trailers manufactured in the United States list the. maximum Gross Vehicle Weight Rating GVWR and, the maximum Gross Axle Weight Rating GAWR Operating Instructions.
on the certification label Operating instructions are contained in the Opera. The Gross Vehicle Weight Rating is the sum of the tion Section. trailer weight and the trailer capacity This is the maxi. mum structural capacity of the trailer, The Gross Axle Weight Rating is the maximum load. any axle can carry The operator must understand the operating. The certification label shows GVWR and GAWR instructions completely before operating the. at reduced speeds at the bottom of the label The unit Personal injury and or damage to the unit. GVWR may be reached under certain circumstances may occur if the operating instructions are not. before the GAWR or vice versa followed, WARNING Warning and Caution Information. Warning and caution information is given through, Do not exceed the GVWR or GAWR at the out this manual Particular care must be given to warn. specified speed These weight limitations are ing and caution information contained in the Operation. independent of road weight limitations imposed Section Operating Instructions and where noted with. by law proper service procedures in other sections. NOTE Warning and caution decals are affixed, Tire and Rim Data to all units at the factory These decals contain warn. The certification label lists the correct rim size tire ing and caution information which must be followed. size and tire inflation pressures for the trailer by all persons operating or servicing an Etnyre. trailer Any warning or caution decal which is lost. or difficult to read must be replaced at once Replace. WARNING ment decals may be obtained from any Etnyre trailer. Do not use undersize rims or tires Do not underin, flate or overinflate the tires.
Refer to Figure 3 for the location of the nameplate schedules and recommended procedures must be fol. and decals on the Etnyre trailer lowed to maximize service life. Care and maintenance information for your Etnyre, trailer is given in the Maintenance section Maintenance. REF PART NO QTY DESCRIPTION REF PART NO QTY DESCRIPTION. 1 Q506064 1 Plate Serial No Plate Trailer 10 Q471243 2 Decal Warning Sideload. 2 Q514337 1 Decal Operating Instruct RTN 11 2790527 60 Tape Conspicuity 2 In Red White. 3 Q512850 1 Decal Gooseneck Supt Pltf Ht 12 Q451436 1 Decal Return. tions of the Etnyre Blackhawk series trailers If your trailer incorporates custom features some of the infor mation contained in this manual may not apply If you have any questions regarding this manual or your trailer contact your dealer or the E D Etnyre Service Depart ment at 1 800 995 2116 A typical model number such as RTN35TD3 T1

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