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Parts Manual
823126

04/07/2011

8 Series

Rolling Impulse Clutch, Positive Clutch and Stall Screwdrivers

 


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For your safety and the safety of others, read and under-
stand the safety recommendations and operating instruc-
tions before operating a screwdriver.

Always wear protective equipment:

For additional information on eye protection and face
protection, refer to Federal OSHA Regulations, 29 Code
of Federal Regulations, Section 1910.133., Eye and Face
Protection, and American National Standards Institute,
ANSI Z87.1, Occupational and Educational Eye and Face
Protection. Z87.1 is available from the American National
Standards Institute, Inc., 11 West 42nd Street, New York,
N.Y. 10036.

Hearing protection is recommended in high noise areas
85 dBA or greater. The operation of other tools and
equipment in the area, reflective surfaces, process noises
and resonant structures can substantially contribute to,
and increase the noise level in the area. Excessive air
pressure above 90 PSIG or worn motor components can
also increase sound level emitted by tool. Proper hearing
conservation measures, including annual audiograms
and training in the use and fit of hearing protection devices
may be necessary. For additional information on hearing
protection, refer to Federal Regulations, Section 1910.95,
Occupational Noise Exposure, and American National
Standards Institute, ANSI S12.6, Hearing Protectors.

Cleco screwdrivers are designed to operate on 90 psig
(6.2 bar) maximum air pressure. If the tool is properly
sized and applied, higher air pressure is unnecessary.
Excessive air pressure increases the loads and stresses
on the tool parts, sockets, and fasteners and may result in
breakage. Installation of a filter-regulator-lubricator in the
air supply line ahead of the tool is recommended.

Safety Recommendations

Before the tool is connected to the air supply, check the
throttle for proper operation (i. e., throttle moves freely and
returns to closed position). Being careful not to endanger
adjacent personnel, clear the air hose of accumulated
dust and moisture. Before connecting a tool to the air hose,
removing a tool from service or changing bits, make sure
the air line is shut off and drained of air. This will prevent
the tool from operating if the throttle is accidently engaged.

Tools with clutches can stall if adjusted over maximum
power output of tool, or if there is a drop in air pressure.
Operator must then resist stall torque until throttle is
released.

Higher torque screwdrivers can be equipped with grip
sleeves and dead handles. Tool balance arms are avail-
able to absorb the torque reaction of the tool while balanc-
ing the weight of the tool for improved ergonomic applica-
tions.

Poor quality fasteners and bits can cause vibration during
run down. Use quality fasteners and bits.

Some individuals may be susceptible to disorders of the
hands and arms when performing tasks consisting of
highly repetitive motions and/or exposure to extended
vibration. Cumulative trauma disorders such as carpal
tunnel syndrome and tendonitis may be caused or aggra-
vated by repetitious, forceful exertions of the hands and
arms. Vibration may contribute to a condition called
Raynaud's Syndrome. These disorders develop gradually
over periods of weeks, months, and years. It is presently
unknown to what extent exposure to vibrations or repeti-
tive motions may contribute to the disorders. Hereditary
factors, vasculatory or circulatory problems, exposure to
cold and dampness, diet, smoking and work practices are
thought to contribute to the conditions.

WARNING

!

Impact resistant eye protection 
must be worn while operating 
or working near this tool.

CAUTION

!

Personal hearing protection is 
recommended when operating 
or working near this tool.

CAUTION

!

Repetitive work motions and/or vibration
may cause injury to hands and arms.

Use minimum hand grip force consistent
with proper control and safe operation.
Keep body and hands warm and dry.
Avoid anything that inhibits blood circulation.
Avoid continuous vibration exposure.
Keep wrists straight.

WARNING

!

Avoid repeated bending of wrists and hands.

 


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Safety Recommendations

Work gloves with vibration reducing liners and wrist sup-
ports are available from some manufacturers of industrial
work gloves. Tool wraps and grips are also available from
a number of different manufacturers. These gloves, wraps,
and wrist supports are designed to reduce and moderate
the effects of extended vibration exposure and repetitive
wrist trauma. Since they vary widely in design, material,
thickness, vibration reduction, and wrist support qualities,
it is recommended that the glove, tool wrap, or wrist support
manufacturer be consulted for items designed for your
specific application. WARNING! Proper fit of gloves is
important. Improperly fitted gloves may restrict blood
flow to the fingers and can substantially reduce grip
strength.

For more information on the safe use of portable air tools,
see the latest edition of ANSI B186.1, Safety Code for
Portable Air Tools, available from the American National
Standards Institute, Inc. 11 West 42nd Street, New York,
N.Y. 10036.

This information is a compilation of general safety practices
obtained from various sources available at the date of
production. However, our company does not represent that
every acceptable safety practice is offered herein, or that
abnormal or unusual circumstances may not warrant or
require additional procedures. Your work may require
additional specific safety procedures. Follow these proce-
dures as required by your company.

Warning Labels
The warning labels found on these tools are an essential
part of this product. Labels should not be removed. Labels
should be checked periodically for ligibility. Replace warn-
ing labels when missing or when the information can no
longer be read. Replacement labels can be ordered as any
spare part.

Any tool operator should be aware of the following warning
signs and symptoms so that a problem can be addressed
before it becomes a debilitating injury. Any user suffering
prolonged symptoms of tingling, numbness, blanching of
fingers, clumsiness or weakened grip, nocturnal pain in the
hand, or any other disorder of the shoulders, arms, wrists,
or fingers is advised to consult a physician. If it is deter-
mined that the symptoms are job related or aggravated by
movements and postures dictated by the job design, it may
be necessary for the employer to take steps to prevent
further occurrences. These steps might include, but are not
limited to, repositioning the workpiece or redesigning the
workstation, reassigning workers to other jobs, rotating
jobs, changing work pace, and/or changing the type of tool
used so as to minimize stress on the operator. Some tasks
may require more than one type of tool to obtain the
optimum operator/tool/task relationship.

The following suggestions will help reduce or moderate the
effects of repetitive work motions and/or extended vibration
exposure:
• Use a minimum hand grip force consistent with proper
   control and safe operation
• Keep body and hands warm and dry (cold weather is
   reported  to be a major factor contributing to Raynaud's
   Syndrome)
• Avoid anything that inhibits blood circulation

         —Smoking Tobacco (another contributing
             factor)
         —Cold Temperatures
         —Certain Drugs

• Tasks should be performed in such a manner that the
   wrists are maintained in a neutral position, which is not
   flexed, hyperextended, or turned side to side.
• Stressful postures should be avoided — select a tool
   appropriate for the job and work location
• Avoid highly repetitive movements of hands and wrists,
   and continuous vibration exposure (after each period of
   operation, exercise to increase blood circulation)
• Keep tool well maintained and replace worn parts

OVER

CAUTION

!

Personal hearing protection is 

recommended when operating

or working near this tool.

WARNING

!

Impact resistant eye protection 

must be worn while operating 

or working near this tool.

Read Operating Instructions carefully. Follow

the Safety Recommendations for your safety 

and the safety of others.

Hearing protection is recommended in high noise

areas (above 85 dBA). Close proximity of other

tools, reflective surfaces, process noises, and

resonant structures can substantially contribute 

to the sound level experienced by the user.

WARNING

!

Repetitive work motions and/or vibration

can cause injury to hands and arms.

Use minimum hand grip force consistent with

proper control and safe operation.

Keep body and hands warm and dry.

Avoid anything that inhibits blood circulation.

Avoid continuous vibration exposure.

Keep wrists straight.

Avoid repeated bending of wrists and hands.

Do not remove this tag until

the operator of this tool has

read these safety precautions.

203288

203185-4

READ

OPERATING

INSTRUCTIONS

203185

Extension

Neutral

Flexion

Radial Deviation

Neutral

Ulnar Deviation

Avoid

Avoid

Avoid

OK

Avoid

OK

 


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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS

ROLLING IMPULSE CLUTCH

Torque control in this clutch does not depend on air pres-
sure, but is achieved by presetting the clutch to the desired
torque.

CLUTCH ADJUSTMENT

Unscrew (left hand threads) the clutch housing from the
gear case. Tighten the adjustment nut (clockwise) to in-
crease torque and loosen (counterclockwise) to decrease
the torque output of the tool.

Note: If the clutch is adjusted over the maximum power
output of the tool, the clutch will not function and the tool will
operate like a stall-type tool. Also, if the tool is being
operated at its upper torque limits, a drop in air pressure
could cause the clutch not to function due to a loss of motor
power and the tool will function like a stall-type tool and
operator must be prepared to counteract stall torque.

OPERATIONAL CHECK: Grip tool securely and be pre-
pared to counteract stall torque in case clutch is improperly
adjusted.

POSITIVE CLUTCH

Two clutch jaws with angled engaging edges are held apart
by a light spring. The amount of pressure exerted by the
operators, and consequently the amount of jaw engage-
ment, controls torque output of the tool.

STALL TYPE

Torque may be controlled by the use of a pressure regulator
to change the stall torque of the tool.

AIR SUPPLY

The tool is designed to operate at 90 psig air pressure. The
air pressure should be checked at the tool's air inlet while
the tool is running.

For maximum performance, use a 1/4" I.D. air hose up to
8' in length. If additional length is required, a 3/8" I.D. or
larger hose should be connected to the 1/4" I.D. hose. The
air hose should be cleared of accumulated dirt and mois-
ture.

LUBRICATION

An automatic in-line filter-lubricator is recommended as it
increases tool life and keeps the tool in sustained operation.
The in-line lubricator should be regularly checked and filled
with a good grade of 10W machine oil. Proper adjustment
of the in-line lubricator is performed by placing a sheet of
paper next to the exhaust ports and holding the throttle
open for approximately 30 seconds. The lubricator is prop-
erly set when a very light stain of oil collects on the paper.
Excessive amounts of oil should be avoided.

In the event that it becomes necessary to store the tool for
an extended period of time (overnight, weekend, etc.), it
should receive a generous amount of lubrication at that
time and again when returned to service. The tool should be
stored in a clean and dry environment.

Application of the tool should govern how frequently it is
greased. It is recommended that the idler gears receive a
generous amount of NLGI 2-EP grease after every 40
hours of operation. The clutch housing (left hand threads)
and clutch must be removed and the grease applied
through the hex in the spider.

READ SAFETY RECOMMENDATIONS ON PAGES 2 AND 3 BEFORE CONNECTING TOOL.

 


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If replacement of the idler gear pins is necessary, they
should be pressed out the rear of the spider See Fig. 1 for
replacement pin height.

Fig. 1 - SINGLE REDUCTION SPIDER

B. Double Reduction

Both spiders should be removed from the rear of the gear
case, No. 867907. Remove the retainer ring, No. 844364,
and press the bearing, No. 847147, out the front of the gear
case.

If replacement of the idler gear pins is necessary, they
should be pressed out the rear of the spider See Fig. 2 for
replacement pin height.

1st Reduction Spider            2nd Reduction Spider

Fig. 2 -- DOUBLE REDUCTION SPIDERS

MOTOR DISASSEMBLY

Slip the front bearing plate and bearing off the front of the
rotor and remove the cylinder and four (4) rotor blades, No.
863738. Set the rear bearing plate on the vise laws with the
rotor hanging down. Use a 7/32" punch to drive the rotor out
of the rear rotor bearing.

DISASSEMBLY — GENERAL
(ALL MODELS)

Clamp the backhead in a soft-jawed vise and unscrew (left
hand threads) the clutch housing and remove the clutch
assembly. Unscrew and remove the gear case assembly.
The trip rod and motor unit may now be removed from the
front of the backhead. See the following paragraphs for
complete disassembly instructions on the various sub-
assemblies.

QUICK CHANGE CHUCK
DISASSEMBLY

Remove retainer ring, No. 833688. This will release the
washer, No. 864249; spring, No. 202842; release sleeve,
No. 202833, and ball, No. 844265. Remove retainer ring,
No. 619524. This releases the remainder of the clutch.

ROLLING IMPULSE CLUTCH
DISASSEMBLY

Remove the retainer ring, No. 412055, and unscrew the
adjustment nut, No. 867875. This will allow the adjustment
lock plate, No. 867876; bearing race, No. 863455; thrust
bearing, No. 847104; bearing race, No. 863455; torque
spring, No. 867938, ball retainer, No. 867881, and six (6)
steel balls, No. 842162, to be removed from the clutch
spindle assembly. Wash the spindle assembly in kerosene.
Remove the ball retainer ring, No. 867923, and ball retainer
plug, No. 867908. Rotate the clutch spindle, No. 867867, to
allow the sixteen (16) steel balls, No. 844265, to drop out of
the ball loading hole located in the clutch face, No. 867869.

QUICK CHANGE CHUCK GEAR CASE
DISASSEMBLY

For double reduction gear cases the first reduction spider
should be removed from rear of gear case. Remove re-
tainer ring, No. 833688. This will release the washer, No.
864249; spring, No. 202842; release sleeve, No. 202833,
and ball, No. 844265. Remove retainer ring, No. 619524.
This will allow you to remove washer, No. 864249. Unscrew
(left hand threads) bearing retainer, No. 202031. Press
spindle out of bearings.

GEAR CASE DlSASSEMBLY

A. Single Reduction

The spider should be pressed out the rear of the gear case,
No. 867871. Remove the retainer ring, No. 844364, and
press the bearing, No. 847147, out the front of the gear
case.

SERVICE INSTRUCTIONS

.240
.255

Front

Rear

.360
.375

Front

Rear

.240
.255

Front

Rear

 


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BACKHEAD DISASSEMBLY
Lever

For inspecion or replaement of the throttle valve seal, No.
847426, unscrew and remove the throttle valve cap, No.
832207.

Unscrew the air inlet bushing, No. 867882, for inspection
and cleaning of the air inlet screen, No. 833300, and the
muffler, No. 869510. If either the screen or muffler is
clogged or torn, it should be replaced .

On reversible tools, the reversing valve, No. 869253, may
be removed by unscrewing the reversing valve retainer
screw, No. 867878.

Offset

For inspection or replacement of the throttle valve, No.
867055, unscrew the air inlet bushing, No. 867916. The air
inlet screen, No. 412775, should also be inspected at this
time. Replace the screen if clogged or torn.

The muffler, No. 869200, may be removed for cleaning and
inspection by removing the muffler screen retainer, No.
847033.

The reversing valve, No. 869253, may be removed by
unscrewing the reversing valve retainer screw, No. 867878.

Pistol Grip

For inspection or replacement of the throttle valve, No.
202828, and throttle valve seal No. 202782, unscrew the air
inlet bushing, No. 867929. The air inlet screen, No. 412775,
should also be inspected at this time. Replace the screen
if clogged or torn.

The muffler, No. 867933, may be removed for cleaning and
inspection by removing the muffler screen retainer, No
847033.

The reversing valve, No 867898, can be removed by
unscrewing the reversing knob screw, No. 613749.

Remove the air inlet bushing, No. 867929, for inspection of
the throttle valve, No. 202828, seal, No. 202782, and air
inlet screen, No. 412775. The screen should be washed in
a solvent and blown out in the reverse of normal air flow.
Replace the screen if clogged or torn.

SERVICE INSTRUCTIONS

REASSEMBLY - GENERAL

Reassembly of all of the various sub-assemblies is in the
reverse order of disassembly; however, the following para-
graphs list some of the more important reassembly proce-
dures.

All parts should be washed in a solvent and inspected for
damage or wear. Particular attention should be given to all
bearings, gears, gear pins, and rotor blades as failure of
these parts could cause damage to more expensive parts.
Rotor blades should be replaced at every repair cycle or if
they measure less than 3/16" (4.7mm) on either end.

Inspect and replace any "O" rings or seals that show signs
of wear or deterioration. All gears, gear pins, and open
bearings should receive a generous amount of NLGI 2-EP
grease during reassembly. When assembling the gear
case to the backhead, the gear case should be torqued to
300/325 in. lbs. (33.9/36.7 Nm). Reassembly of all of the
various subassemblies is in the reverse order of disassem-
bly; however, the following paragraphs list some of the
more important reassembly procedures.

CLUTCH REASSEMBLY

During reassembly of the clutch, all parts should receive a
thin coating of a mixture of 10W machine oil and NLGI 2-EP
grease.  All parts installed into the clutch spindle and clutch
cam should be checked for smooth operation before com-
plete assembly of the clutch.

MOTOR REASSEMBLY

Install the rear rotor bearing, No. 847609, into the rear
bearing plate. Press the bearing plate assembly (press on
the bearing's inner race) onto the rear rotor shaft until there
is approximately .0015" clearance between the rear bear-
ing plate and rotor. Install the cylinder with the slotted end
toward the front bearing plate.

Must be replaced if less than 
3/16" (4.7mm) on either end.

 


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SERVICE INSTRUCTIONS

PISTOL GRIP AND OFFSET HANDLE

When installing the throttle link pin, No. 867939, the notched
end should be installed into the backhead in a vertical
position to engage the throttle valve stem.

TRIP ROD SIZING

Old Trip Rod

The tool should be reassembled complete less the trip rod,
clutch, and clutch housing. With the air on, install the trip rod
and clutch into the tool and measure the distance between
the rear face of the ball retainer, No. 867881, and the front
face of the gear case. Turn the air off and depress the clutch
assembly and measure clutch travel. Clutch travel must be
at least 3/16". If not, the trip rod should be replaced.

New Trip Rod

Assemble the tool completely, less the clutch housing, and
connect the tool to the air supply. Screw (left hand threads)
the clutch housing onto the gear case until air exhausts
from the backhead. Measure the gap between the clutch
housing and gear case. Grind this amount plus 5/64" off the
trip rod.

.0015" (.038mm) 
Clearance

SAFETY CHECK

After repair or replacement of parts, tools equipped with an
automatic shut-off device should be tested at low torque
and 90 p.s.i.g. to verify that the device is functioning
properly.

 


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202819
202820
202823
202833
202839
202842
412055
619524
833688
841284
842162
842320
844247
844265

Quick Change Clutch Housing*
Spindle Bushing
Spindle
Release Sleeve
Adjustment Cover*
Spring
Retainer Ring
Retainer Ring
Retainer Ring
Finder Retainer*
Steel Ball (1/4")
Pin
Spring
Steel Ball (1/8")

847104
847114
863455
864249
867867
867869
867870
867875
867876
867881
867908
867923
867938
869952

Thrust Bearing
Bit Ball Retainer
Thrust Race
Washer
Clutch Spindle
Clutch Face
Clutch Driver (incl. 842320)
Adjustment Nut
Adjustment Lock Plate
Ball Retainer
Ball Retainer Plug
Ball Retainer Ring
Torque Spring (Green)
Finder Clutch Housing (incl. 202839 & 841284)*

FINDER ROLLING IMPULSE CLUTCH

QUICK-CHANGE ROLLING IMPULSE

CLUTCH

867867 

867869

867870

842320

844247

867881

867923

842162

844265

847104

863455

863455

867938

867875

867876

867908

844265

847114

412055

869952

202839

841284

            FINDER SPRING
PART NO.   FORCE     WIRE DIA.
865728        LIGHT          .020"
844000        MEDIUM      .033" 

867869

867870

842320

844247

867881

867923

842162

844265

847104

863455

863455

867938

867875

867876

867908

202823 

844265

202820

202833

619524

833688

864249

202842

202819

202839

PART NO.

NAME OF PART

QTY.

PART NO.

NAME OF PART

QTY.

1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
6
1
1

17

1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

The complete clutches can be purchased as subassemblies using part numbers 861574 for Finder Type and 201226 for Quick Change. * Not included in subassem-
blies.

202820
202826
202825
202833
202839
202842
619524
833688

Spindle Bushing
Spindle
Positive Quick Change Clutch Housing 

(incl. 202839)

*

Release Sleeve
Adjustment Cover*
Spring
Retainer Ring
Retainer Ring

841284
844265
847114
864249
865191
867917
867918
869970

Finder Retainer*
Steel Ball (1/8")
Bit Ball Retainer
Washer
Pin
Finder Type Clutch Spindle
Clutch Driver
Finder Clutch Housing (incl. 202839)*

FINDER POSITIVE CLUTCH

QUICK-CHANGE POSITIVE CLUTCH

867917

867918

865191

843252

869970

202839

844265

847114

202826

867918

865191

843252

844265

202820

202833

619524

833688

864249

202842

202825

PART NO.

NAME OF PART

QTY.

PART NO.

NAME OF PART

QTY.

1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

The complete clutches can be purchased as subassemblies using part numbers 861591 for Finder Type and 201227 for Quick Change. * Not included in subassem-
blies.

 


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PARTS LIST — - 20, - 30, & - 40 GEAR TRAINS

PART NO.

         NAME OF PART                        QTY.

844364

     Bearing Retainer Ring

1

847147

     Spider Bearing

1

865862

     Pinion 40 Model Only (12T)

1

867866

     20 Idler Gear (18T) (incl. 867921)

3

867871

     Gear Case

1

867872

     20 Spider (incl. 867922)

1

867921

     20 & 30 Idler Gear Bearing

3

867922

     Idler Gear Pin

3

869181

     30 Idler Gear (16T) (incl. 867921)

3

869182

     30 Spider (incl. 867922)

1

869554

     40 Idler Gear (15T)

3

869584

     Pinion Spacer 0 Model Only

1

869945

     40 Spider (incl. 867922)

1

869949

     Thrust Washer 40 Model Only

1

The complete gear cases can be purchased as a subassembly
using Part No. 20 - 861573, 30 - 861680, 40 - 861928.

-20, -30, & -40 GEAR TRAINS

PART NO.

832128
844364
847147
867902
867903
867904
867905
867906
867907
867921

PART NO.

867922
867925
869258
869259
869584
884125

QTY.

3
1
1
1
3
3
1
1
1
3

QTY.

3
3
3
1
1
3

NAME OF PART

7 & 10 2nd Red. Gear Pin
Retainer Ring
Spider Bearing
10 Rotor Pinion (15T)
10 1st Red.Gear (l5T) - incl. 867925
7 & 10 2nd Red. Gear (15T)
10 1st Red. Spider - incl. 884125
7 & 10 2nd Red. Spider - incl. 832128
Gear Case (45T)
7 1st Red. Gear Bearing

NAME OF PART

7 1st Red. Gear Pin
10 1st Red. Gear Bushing
7 1st Red. Gear (17T) - incl. 867921
7 1st Red. Spider - incl. 867922
10 Pinion Spacer
10 1st Red. Gear Pin

The complete gear cases can be purchased as a subassembly using Part No. 7 - 861719, 10 - 861578.

PARTS LIST — - 7, & - 10 GEAR TRAINS

- 7, & - 10 GEAR TRAINS

847147

844364

867907

867906

832128

867904

203062

-7 & -10 GEAR TRAINS

  -7 869259
-10 867905

867902

-10 ONLY

869584

  -7 867922
-10 884125

  -7 869258
-10 867903

  -7 867921
-10 867925

847147

844364

867922

- 20  867866
- 30  869181
- 40  869554

865862

- 40 MODEL ONLY

869584

- 40 MODEL ONLY

867871

869949

- 40 MODEL ONLY

- 20  867921
- 30  867921

   - 40       NONE

- 20  867872
- 30  869182
- 40  869945

 


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QUICK-CHANGE CHUCK

STALL TYPE SCREWDRIVER

GEAR TRAINS

QTY.

1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
2
1
1
3
1
1
3
1

QTY.

1
3
3
1
1
3
3
3
3
3
1
1
3
1
3
3
1
1
3

PART NO.

202031
202032
202312
202827
202833
202835
202836
202837
202842
202959
619524
832128
833688
843635
844265
846177
864249
865862
867866
867871

PART NO.

867902
867903
867904
867905
867907
867921
867922
867925
869181
869258
869259
869553
869554
869584
869637
869640
869643
869645
884125

NAME OF PART

10 Pinion (15T)
10 Idler Gear (15T) (incl. 867925)
7 & 10 Idler Gear (15T)
10 1st Red. Spider (15T) -Incl. 884125
7 & 10 Gear Case (45T)
Gear Bearing
Gear Pin
10 Gear Bushing
30 Idler Gear (16T) - Incl. 867921
7 Idler Gear (17T) - Incl. 867921
7 Spider (15T) - Incl. 867922
40 Pinion Spacer
40 Idler Gear (15T)
10 Pinion Spacer
50 Idler Gear (15T) - Incl. 846177
Gear Pin
50 Gear Case (48T)
50 Pinion (18T)
10 Gear Pin

NAME OF PART

Bearing Retainer
Spindle Bearing (Front)
Bearing Spacer
7, 10 Spindle
Release Collar
20 Spindle
30 Spindle
40 Spindle
Spring
50 Spindle
Retainer Ring
Gear Pin
Retainer Ring
Spindle Bearing (Rear)
Ball (1/8")
Gear Bushing
Washer
40 Pinion (12T)
20 Idler Gear (18T) - Incl. 867921
20, 30, & 40 Gear Case (42T)

PARTS LIST

The complete gear train can be purchased as a subassembly using part numbers below.

 

  7 — 201228

30 — 201231

10*— 201229

40 — 201232

*Does not include pinion spacer

20 — 201230

50 — 201251

O

F

F

619524

864249

202842

202833

833688

864249

202031

202032

202312

843635

844265

867904

832128

869259      -7
867905      -10

869553

(-40 Only)

O

F

F

619524

864249

202842

202833

833688

864249

202031

202032

202312

843635

844265

833688

202827     -7, -10
   

202835     -20
202836     -30
202837     -40
202959     -50     

867907

867922      -7
884125      -10

867921      -7
867925      -10

869258      -7
867903      -10

867902

(-10 Only)

869584

(-10 Only)

867922     -20
867922     -30
867922     -40
869640     -50     

867921     -20
867921     -30
846177     -40
846177     -50     

867866     -20
869181     -30
869554     -40
869637     -50     

867871     -20
867871     -30
867871     -40
869643     -50     

None        -20
None        -30
865862     -40
869645     -50     

833688

 


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11

REAR BEARING PLATE
Non-Rev.   867854
Rev.

  867937

     REAR CYLINDER PIN
Non-Rev. Lever

833718

Rev. Lever

812167

Rev. Offset

812167

Rev. Pistol

844234

847609

      CYLINDER
Type           Part No.
Non-Rev.   867853
Rev.           867936

863738

844234

847603
Pistol Models 
Only

       SPACER
Model

 Part No.

  -7

869180

-30
-10

867873

-20
-40

867873

-50

 FRONT BEARING
 Model

Part No.

  -7

847095

-30
-10  

847609

-20
-40
-50

          ROTOR
Model

Part No.

  -7

 869183

-30
-10

 867880

-20
-40
-50

   FRONT BEARING PLATE
Model       Lever

Pistol        Offset

  -7           869179    869179    869179
-10           867855    867935    867855
-20           867855    867935    867855
-30           869179    869179    869179
-40           867855    867855    867935
-50                           867855    867935

MOTORS

NAME OF PART

Spacer
Rotor (6T)
Bearing Plate
Cylinder
Bearing Plate
Rotor (9T)
Bearing Plate
Spacer
Rotor (9T)

PART NO.

812167
833718
844234
847095
847603
847609
863738
867853
867854
867855

NAME OF PART

Cylinder Pin
Cyiinder Pin
Cylinder Pin (Rev. Pistol requires two (2))
Rotor Bearing
Alignment Pin
Rotor Bearing (7 & 30 require one (1 ) only)
Rotor Blade
Cylinder
Bearing Plate
Bearing Plate

QTY.

1
1
1
1
1
2
4
1
1
1

PART NO.

867873
867880
867935
867936
867937
869178
869179
869180
869183

QTY.

1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

PARTS LIST — MOTORS

COMPLETE MOTOR SUBASSEMBLIES

HANDLE STYLE

MODEL

LEVER

OFFSET

PISTOL GRIP

7

10
20

30

40

50

Non-Rev.

Rev.

Rev.

Rev.

861684

861588

861684

861588

-

861686

861572

861686

861572

-

861686

861572

861686

861572

861572

861685

861595

861685

861595

861595

 


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ROLLING IMPULSE AND STALL

LEVER HANDLE FOR RSCL AND SCL

Valve Block
Exhaust Deflector
Throttle Lever
Inlet Bushing (incl. 833300)
Reversing Valve Retainer Screw
Throttle Valve
Backhead
Reversible Backhead
Reversing Valve (Opt.)
Muffler

PART NO.

202410
202674
412603
832207
832636
833300
844060
847426
863454
865728
865770

NAME OF PART

Throttle Lever Pin
Reversing Valve (Non-locking Std.)
Bail
Throttle Valve Cap
Throttle Valve Cap Gasket
Inlet Screen
Throttle Valve Spring (incl. 847426)
Throttle Valve Seal
"O"-Ring 9/16" x 11/16"
Inlet Screen Spring
Reversing Valve Spring

QTY.

1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

QTY.

1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

PARTS LIST — ROLLING IMPULSE AND STALL LEVER HANDLE

PART NO.

NAME OF PART

 867857*

867874
867877
867882
867878
869036
869044
869045
869253
869510

The complete handles can be purchased as a subassembly using Part No. Non-Reversible - 861628, Reversible - 861629.
*Parts not included in sub-assembly.

863454

833300

865728

867882

867857

Non-Rev. Tools Only

Reversible Tools Only

Non-Rev. 869044
Rev.

     869045

412603

869510

867874

202410

867877

844060

832636

832207

869036

847426

869253    Locking (Opt.)
202674    Non-locking (Std.)

865770

867878

 


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REVERSIBLE OFFSET HANDLE

FOR RNO, RSO AND RSCO

201905
202020
202339
202674
412775
833303
847033
847411
847767

844787
865770
867878
867911
867915
867916
869200
869253
869350

Trigger Assembly
Drive Screw
3 Caution Label
Non-Locking Reversing Valve
Air Inlet Screen
Muffler Screen
Muffler Screen Retainer
O-Ring 11/16" X 13/16"
Throttle Valve Spring

Trigger Pin
Reversing Valve Spring
Reversing Valve Retainer Screw
Throttle Link Pin
Reversible Handle
Air Inlet Bushing
Muffler
Locking Reversing Valve
Throttle Valve

1
4
1
1
1
1
1
1

1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

Part No.

Name of Part

Qty.

Part No.

Name of Part

Qty.

The complete Offset handle can be purchased as a subassembly using part no. 861581.
The handle includes non-locking reversing valve 202674.

844787

867911

847033

833303

869200

869350

412775

847767

847272

847411

867916

867915

202339

202020

869253    Locking 
202674    Non-locking

865770

867878

201905

 


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PART NO.

201905
202773
202782
202828
202951
412775
613749
833303
843572
844787
847033
847272
847411

QTY.

1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1

QTY.

1
1
1
1
1
1
1

PART NO.

867898
867899
867926
867929
867933
867939
869852

NAME OF PART

Reversing Valve
Motor Block
"O"-Ring 1/16" x 1/16"
Air Inlet Bushing
Muffler
Throttle Link Pin
Reversing Knob

The complete handle can be purchased as a subassembly using Part No. 861582.

NAME OF PART

Trigger Assembly
Backhead Reversible
Valve Seal
Throttle Valve
Throttle Valve Spring
Air Inlet Screen
Reversing Knob Screw
Muffler Screen
Plug
Trigger Pin
Retainer Ring
"O"-Ring 5/8" x 3/4"
"O"-Ring 11/16" x 13/16"

R

867898

867926

617290

613749

869852

844787

867939

847033

833303

867933

202782

202828

412775

202951

847272

847411

867929

202760

847272

843572

202773

201905

PARTS LIST — PISTOL HANDLE WITH TRIGGER

PISTOL HANDLE WITH

TRIGGER FOR RSCP,

RSP AND RNP

 


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15

NOTES

 


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Sales & Service Centers

Note:

 All locations may not service all products. Please contact the nearest Sales & Service Center for 

the appropriate facility to handle your service requirements.

Dallas, TX 

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Apex Tool Group 

Apex Tool Group

Sales & Service Center 

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Sales & Service Center 

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Tel:  800-845-5629

Tel:  972-641-9563 

Tel:   248-391-3700 

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Fax: 972-641-9674 

Fax: 248-391-7824 

Tel:   713-849-2364 

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York, PA 

Canada

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Apex Tool Group

Sales & Service Center 

Sales & Service Center 

Sales & Service Center 

Sales & Service Center

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2865 152nd Avenue N.E. 

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Tel:   562-623-4457 

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Tel:  905-501-4785

 

 

 

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Germany 

England 

France 

China

Cooper Power Tools

 

Cooper Power Tools

 

Cooper Power Tools SAS

 

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GmbH & Co. OHG

 

GmbH & Co. OHG

 

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a company of 

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Apex Tool Group, LLC 

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Apex Tool Group, LLC 

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955 Sheng Li Road,

Industriestraße 1 

C/O Spline Gauges 

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Tel: +44 1827 8741 28 

 

 

 

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Mexico 

Brazil 

Hungary 

Cooper Tools

 

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de México S.A. de C.V. 

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SP Brazil 

Hungary 

Mexico 

Tel:  +55 15 2383929 

Tel: +36 96 66 1383

Tel:  +52 (442) 211-3800 

Fax: +55 15 2383260 

Fax: +36 96 66 1135

Fax: +52 (442) 103-0443 

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