Removal, Repair and Replacement See figure 3-5.
This procedure assumes a complete removal, repair and replacement of the assembly. A partial disassembly repair and
replacement is possible. Follow the procedure to the point of removing only those components requiring repair or
Removal and Disassembly
Close the valve on the oil line.
Remove the four bolts and nuts holding the chain oil reservoir to the drive guard Remove the fastener holding the
oil line to the guard
Lift the complete tank assembly and line from the drive guard.
The brush is removed from the line turning It out.
Remove the breather cap by turning.
Inspection, Repair or Replacement
Inspect the breather cap to determine if it is plugged or requires cleaning. Clean as necessary or replace if
Clean out the tank if a build up is found inside.
Replace the brush if the bristles are worn or it is damaged.
Replace or repair the oil line as required.
Install the brush onto the oil line.
Install the breather cap onto the reservoir.
Place the assembly onto the drive guard and install the fasteners
Add oil to the tank and check to see that upon opening the valve, oil reaches the brush.
Adjust the brush so that approximately 1/16" of its bristles come in contact with the chain.
Adjust the valve so that a small amount of oil reaches the brush.