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Mustang 940 Skid Steer Loader Master Illustrated Parts List Manual (with Yanmar Engine 4TN82E)


This is the complete master illustrated parts list manual for the Mustang model 940 Skid Steer Loader. Including complete engine parts list for the Yanmar 4TN82E engine. It contains original detailed parts explosions, and exploded views, breakdowns of all part numbers for all aspects of these skid steer loaders. 160-Total Pages, 8-Sections (part number index included) This manual rich in quality and clarity, pages are very clear & clean, all pages are rich with detail, alot of information in a very hard to find parts manual. For do it yourself parts lookup, parts manuals are key to viewing how everything goes together. Illustrated parts list exploded views will assist you in assembly, servicing, rebuilding, teardowns, repairs, and adjustments. Easy to read exploded views to make easy part number identification, accurate parts ordering, and ultimately correct repairs. This manual contains all the original parts information you need to properly lookup correct part numbers for the entire machine including internal engine parts like pistons, rings, injectors, etc. This is exactly like the original manual made for these model 940 skid steer loaders; the only difference is this one is not paper, and doesnt need to be shipped. You get it right away! Zoom it, print it, save it, close it. Print a few pages at a time, as you need; no need to lug those bulky binders around anymore. No need to worry about torn, stained or missing pages. Once you buy the manual, you will immediately get a link in your email, then just go view it, print it, and save it to your computer for many more uses later on. No wasted time waiting for a parts book to arrive in the mail. All sections are indexed for fast and easy navigation. Most parts lists have a number index in the back, as well as a quick reference section in the front. Viewed in the most popular Adobe Acrobat viewer which most computers have already; to download the free viewer, go to www(dot)adobe(dot)com MODEL 940 TABLE OF CONTENTS FRAME AND LIFT ARM COMPONENTS — Main Frame — Rear & Top Door — Lift Arm & Fast-A-Tach — R.O.P.S. – F.O.P.S. — Seat & Seatbelt Lockout DRIVE SYSTEM — Axle Drive — Brakes — Steering Controls — T-Stick — Neutral Centering Device — Double Gear Pump — Hydrostatic Unit — Hydraulic Motors — Hydrostatic Plumbing — Charge, Cooler & Return Plumbing LIFT ARM HYDRAUILC SYSTEM — Hydraulic Controls — Auxiliary Circuit Plumbing — Tilt Circuit Plumbing — Lift Circuit Plumbing — Hydraulic Valve — Control Valve Assembly — Main Relief Assembly — Valve Section Lift — Valve Section Tilt — Valve Section Auxiliary — Self Leveling Valve — Self Level Valve Plumbing — Lift Cylinder — Tilt Cylinder ELECTRICAL SYSTEM — Instrument Panel — Wiring Diagram ENGINE COMPONENT PARTS — Fuel System — Engine Mount & Oil Cooler — Muffler, Air Cleaner & Sound Barrier — Engine & Engine Controls ENGINE (YANMAR) — Cylinder Block — Gear Housing — Flywheel Housing — Lub . Oil Sump — Bonnet (Valve Cover) — Cylinder Head — Manifold — Camshaft & Idle Gear — Crankshaft & Flywheel — Piston & Connecting Rod — Lub. Oil System — Cooling Water System — Thermostat — Cooling Water Line — Fuel Injection Pump — Fuel Injection Line — Fuel Line — Governor — Starting Motor (Component Parts) — Generator (Component Parts) — Gasket Set DECALS — Safety, Operational and Styling Decals ATTACHMENTS — Tires — Flasher Lights — Buckets — Pallet Fork — Utility Fork & Grapple — Cylinder For Utility Fork Grapple — Cylinder For Grapple Bucket — Grapple Bucket — Grapple Bucket with Cylinder Guards — Adapter Plate — 3-Point Hitch Adapter — Scarifier — Rear Hitch — Single Point Lift — Cab Door and Side Windows — Windshield Wiper Motor and Washer — Cab Heater. — Axle Seal Protector NUMERICAL PARTS LISTING About Mustang Mustang Manufacturing Company dates back to 1865 and with a history of product innovation, market expertise and growth, Mustang continues to expand its product line. Currently Mustang offers Skid Steer Loaders, Compact Mini Excavators, Telescopic Handlers, Track Loaders and All Wheel Steer Loaders. Mustang also offers a wide range of compact construction equipment. Mustang also distributes products in North America and worldwide to more than 39 countries. In 1965 their first 25 Mustang skid steer loaders were built; these first units were designated as the Owatonna Mustang Series 1000 because at the time the company was called Owatonna Manufacturing Company, or OMC, of Owatonna Minnesota. These skid steer loaders were among the first ever manufactured in the United States at the time. In fact, the Mustang machine was built long before the term — skid steer — was coined. The original 25 Mustang units were sold as a — self propelled four wheel drive unit — and were recognized by their lime green and red color scheme. Since then, Mustang has developed more than 40 different models of skid steer loaders, and sold throughout the world. Some of Mustang Skid Steer Loader models include 940, 940E, 960, 2022, 2032, 2040, 2042, 2044, 2050, 2054, 2060, 2066, 2070, 2074, 2076, 2086, 2095, 2099, 2105 and 2109. In 1997 Mustang Manufacturing Company was acquired by Gehl Company. About Gehl Gehl is a manufacturer of compact equipment used worldwide in the construction and agricultural industries. Founded in 1859, the Company is headquartered in West Bend, Wisconsin. The Company markets its products under the Gehl and Mustang brands. Gehl was technically founded in 1859, when Louis Lucas opened an iron foundry Wisconsin. Lucas established his business in order to manufacture plows and cultivators, and to repair worn out farm implements. As farming grew in the Midwest, locals came to rely heavily on the services provided by Lucas and his company. By 1880, Lucas was joined by M. Silberzahn, a German immigrant and blacksmith. The two partners came up with one of the most important innovations in agricultural machinery during the late 19th century called the Hexelbank; this unit was a feed cutter that replaced the need to chop livestock feed by hand. The popularity of the hand cranked Hexelbank grew quickly and was soon used not only for sugar beet crops but for other root dwelling crops as well. John W. Gehl acquired part interest in the firm of Lucas and Silberzahn in 1902. One year later Gehl, who had been raised on a homestead in Wisconsin, invited brothers Mike, Henry, and Nick to join him. Together, they purchased all the assets of Lucas and Silberzahn. By 1904, the Gehl Brothers Manufacturing Company was producing a wide range of basic farm tools along with the extremely profitable Hexelbank. Over the next two years, they prospered and the band of brothers began to take on manufacturing of more innovative farm equipment. Finally In 1970, Gehl decided to enter the construction equipment industry and developed its very own skid steer loader. This skid steer loader had unique controls that enabled the operator to run all the necessary functions with their hands; this feature became very popular within the construction industry. By 1973, the company made the decision to sell its skid loaders in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa, thus completing their worldwide expansion. Gehl has manufactured equipment lines toward two principal markets worldwide: agricultural and light industrial construction applications. Gehl has been producing agricultural implements for over 149 years. Gehl is known as the leading non-tractor manufacturer of agricultural equipment in North America, creating implements for the farm equipment industry. In 1986, Gehl got into the light construction equipment business by establishing a construction sales division. Gehl now caters to small contractors, sub-contractors and owner-operators with equipment for handling dirt, heavy lifting and paving. In 1991 Gehl focused its efforts through Gehl International, a division they formed specifically to capitalize on the growing worldwide equipment business. Today, Gehl continues to expand in markets for both agricultural and construction equipment. Their area of compact construction equipment includes skid steer loaders, compact track loaders, all wheel steer loaders, compact mini excavators, telescopic material handlers, and asphalt paving equipment. In September 2008, Gehl announced an agreement to be acquired by Manitou BF S.A., its largest shareholder. Manitou is a manufacturer and distributor of material handling equipment based in France. This acquisition marks the next step in the evolution of Gehl toward their goal of becoming a player in the global compact equipment marketplace. 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