5V4311 Caterpillar Style Compactor Finger Shank, Caterpillar spare parts Finger Shanks, Caterpillar Style Aftermarket Cleaner Bar Finger 5V-4311 Fits CAT 815B earthmoving compactor equipment 5V4311 Caterpillar Style Compactor Finger Shank Features: Caterpillar style finger shank for a compactor; it is 1.75″ thick, 305″ wide and 21.5″long Weight 21.16 lb / 9.6 kg Compatible Models earthmoving […]
Esco24 Dredge Series Style 24DWN Ripper Nose, Eso Style Ripper Teeth and Noses, Single-Point Ripper Weld-on nose for an Esco 24 ripper shank, 24DWN Series Uni-Lok Ripper Nose
Esco24 Dredge Series Style 24DWN Ripper Nose Specifications:
Width 49 mm
Height 62 mm
Depth 95 mm
Machine type:Excavator / Dozer
Common names:Nose, Adapter, Gum
Color: Green / Yellow / OEM
Production Method: Casting
Material: Alloy steel
Chemical Component: Please contact with our sales to know details.
Hardness: HB 470-520
Impact: ≥15J (25ºC)
Tensile Strength: ≥1450Rm-N/mm²
Yield Strength: ≥1100Re-N/mm²
Eso Replacement Nose, E=s-c=o- 24 Rippers, 24 Weld-On Ripper Nose, Esco 25 Ripper Weld-On Nose
Eco 25 Ripper Style Teeth are common ripper teeth in Australia for excavators from 6 to 9 tonne. They are fitted with a round rubber lock inside the adapter and a round pin which is punched in horizontally from left to right. These will most likely be the teeth fitted If you have a mini excavator from 2 to 6 tonne with a Single-Point Ripper. These teeth are also interchangeable with manufactured rippers.
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Ripper Nomenclature Guide
The mining ripper point is held in place by a single Uni-. Before installing the point, clean the nose and pin hole thoroughly with a wire brush. Next install the point onto the nose and align the pin holes. Finally insert the pin into the pin hole on the point and drive the pin in until it is flush using a 2-4 lb. hammer.Construction rippers use a pin and a snap ring (RC style) or bushing (R style). For construction rippers, place the snap ring in the recess on the side of the nose (RC style) or insert the bushing in the nose pin hole (R style). To remove the point from the nose, drive the existing pin out of the nose using the removal tool and remove the point.Note: Pins ARe NOT designed to pull points or shrouds tight on shank.Shroud Installation
The shroud is held in place by two Uni-Lok pins. Install the shroud by driving in the lower pin first, using a 2-4 lb. hammer.Remove the pins with a pin removal tool and a 2-4 lb. hammer.Check for Nose Wear
Check the nose for wear periodically to help prevent point loss and breakage. The best way to do this, is to cut a window into the side of a new point as shown.Hold this cutaway point on the nose and check the flats at the end of the nose, as well as the ear recesses for wear. Also, check to see that the conical nose surfaces bear against the box section of the point. Make sure the point does not butt up against the rear shoulder of the nose.When wear on the flats are 3mm/0.13in. as measured between the new point and the worn nose or if the bearing is on the rear shoulder of the nose instead of the conical surfaces, the nose should be replaced.