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NEWS | Sept. 26, 2019

966H Scoop Loader: Get'cher Quick-Couper Parts Here!

Dear Editor,

The 966H scoop loader’s TM 5-3805-291-23P (Jan 10) has no listing for the vehicle’s front quick-coupler hydraulic lines and couplers.

I’ve located a complete illustration from the Caterpillar website and all of the parts appear to be in the supply system. Can you pass this on to your readers?

Jason Wood
Ft Leonard Wood, MO
Editor's Note: You bet, Jason. And thanks for the heads up!

Mechanics, make a copy of this list of couplers and quick-coupler hydraulic lines until they're added to TM 5-3805-291-23P. 

 
Item # Item NSN PN
1 Coupling 4730-01-290-7933 6W-2888
2 Protective cap 5340-01-563-1070 6W-2890
3 Straight adapter
O-ring
Seal
4730-01-630-0361
5331-01-058-4030
5330-01-626-4043
150-5430
6V-9746
163-3343
4 Bracket 5340-01-641-6878 151-2184
5 Hose assembly 4720-01-641-1777 323-9293
6 Self-locking nut 5310-01-292-8365 2P-1293
7 O-ring 5331-00-948-4063 4J-0522
8 Machine bolt 5306-01-429-3174 8T-4194
9 Flat washer 5310-01-098-0624 8T-4223
10 Hex nut 5310-01-352-7374 8T-4244
 
 
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