of oil has been delivered. When you use the suction
gun for draining purposes, it is operated by inserting
the nozzle into the drain hole of the housing. Pull out
the suction gun handle as far as it will go, and a gun
full of fluid can be removed. To empty, you must
remove the nozzle from the drain hole and push in the
handle as far as it will go.
d. Pump Feed Oiler. Operate the pump feed oiler
(6, fig. 2-10) by squeezing the trigger. You can use it
for applying small quantities of oil to friction points.
a. General. Use the air-operated oil spray gun (4,
to obtain oil spray
at high pressures. The
gun consists of an oil spray container and a head
with an air valve. Separate controls and adjust both
the input quantity of air and the quantity of air ejec-
ted. An adjustable nozzle permits either a steady
stream, or spray type oil ejection.
b. Operation. Fill the container with the desired
grade of oil. Screw the container into the head. At-
tach the air line coupler of the spray gun to the air
hose quick-disconnect coupler (5, fig. 2-4) on the
lubricating unit. Turn the adjustable nozzle to the
closed position. Press the air valve button and open
the nozzle until desired amount of oil ejection is ob-
The pneumatic gun (1, fig. 2-8) may be attached to
b. Hand Lever Grease Gun. Use the high-pressure
the air hose quick-disconnect coupler (5, fig. 2-4) on
hand lever gun (1, fig. 2-10) for dispensing lubricants
the lubricating unit to permit cleaning with air
in small quantities, or for dispensing special
lubricants. When you operate the hand lever gun, you
will get best results by taking full strokes with the
lever handle. If you are using a heavy lubricant, it
a. Air Chuck and Gage. An air chuck and gage
n-say be necessary to prime the lever gun occasionally.
with quick-operating air line coupling nipple, used
Special couplers and adapters provide adaption to all
for inflating tires, is located in the upper drawer
types of fittings. To fill the lever gun, proceed as
b. Hacksaw Frame and Blade.The hacksaw frame
(1) Unscrew head and lever from cylinder.
and blade, for use in cutting hose when replacing
(2) Engage follower and push into a full stop.
reusable hose and fittings, are located in the lower
(3) Place open end of the cylinder into lubricant
approximately 2 inches.
C. Padlock. Two padlocks, with two keys per lock,
(4) If barrel is not completely full, pack tightly
are used for locking the tool box and both repair
by hand to eliminate air pockets.
(5) Replace head and lever assembly.
d. Quick-Disconnect Air Line Couplings. One
c. Suction Gun. You can use the suction gun (2, fig.
female and three male quick-disconnect air line
2-10) to empty or fill transmissions, differentials, or
couplings, to replace coupling when necessary, are
any part of a vehicle that requires emptying, other
located in the accessory drawer.
than by draining through a bottom outlet. Fill the
e. High Pressure Hose End Fittings. Six female
suction gun by inserting the nozzle into the oil or
swivel and six male lube hose repair couplings are
fluid. Pull out the handle as far as it will go. When
located in the upper accessory drawer compartment.
you use the suction gun for filling purposes, it is
f. Air Hose End Fittings. Three each male and
operated by inserting the nozzle into the oil hole.
female reusable hose end fittings of 1/4-inch inside
Push the handle forward until a sufficient quantity