Conversion Kit - 4 Pages

2.0 MOTOR CYLINDER
Refer to Figure 1 for the following procedure:
2.1 Using a 9/64" hex wrench, remove the 6 screws and washers which secure the motor cylinder (217).
2.2 With the screws removed, all of the following components are loose. Remove the motor cylinder subassembly—consisting of components 10, 220, 440, 217 and 213. Remove the piston/plunger subassembly—consisting of components 60, 210 and 70. Remove the motor cylinder spring (80). Remove the washer (180) which sits in the upper recess of the bore cartridge.
2.3 Using a 1-1/8" socket wrench, remove the bore cartridge subassembly—consisting of components 130,170 and 160. There are several components in the conversion kit that look similar to the existing components, set aside all components EXCEPT for the spring (80) and the motor cylinder assembly—consisting of components 10,220,440,217 and 213.
2.4 The bore cartridge subassembly—consisting of components 130,170 and 160—is factory assembled. Apply O-ring lubricant (or supplied grease) to the outside surface of the O-ring (160).
2.5 Insert the bore cartridge subassembly into the Wilroy™ housing and tighten, using a 1-1/8" socket torque wrench, to 25 ft-lb.
2.6 It is CRITICAL that the pump is filled with oil at this step. Fill the pump with Mobil SHC-524, Mobile DTE 13M or an appropriate equivalent. The oil fill level is approximately 3/8" below the top of the oil fill hole.
2.7 Insert the washer (180) followed by the spring (80) into the recess of the bore cartridge.
2.8 The piston/plunger subassembly—consisting of components 60, 210 and 70—is factory assembled. Apply supplied grease (Williams G321M1) to the outside surface of the u-cup seal (60) and to the inside surface of the motor cylinder (217).
2.9 Insert the piston/plunger subassembly into the bore cartridge.
2.10 Slide the motor cylinder subassembly—consisting of components 10, 220,440, 217 and 213—over the piston/plunger subassembly and attach it to the Wilroy™ housing using the 6 screws and washers.
3.0 CHECK VALVE
Refer to Figure 1 for the following procedure:
3.1. Remove the suction check valve (500) and the reducer bushing (495), if applicable, from the pump. NOTE: The reducer bushing is not used on the Wilroy™ 5M. There are several components in the conversion kit that look similar to the existing components, set these components aside.
3.2. Install the reducer bushing (495), if applicable, and the suction check valve (500) from the conversion kit, being sure to apply thread sealing compound AND PTFE pipe thread tape to all connections. Make sure that the end of the check valve with the internal hex is screwed into the pump (or reducer bushing, if applicable).
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WILROY CONVERSION KIT INSTRUCTION SHEET • Revised 10-00
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