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ONE
SAFE
SOURCE
PECP9067-05
© 2015 Caterpillar • All Rights Reserved • Printed in USA
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ONESAFESOURCE2015-2016
2015-2016 FAST MOVING PARTS CATALOG
INTRODUCTION
Total Support from One Source and Your Cat®
Dealer
Welcome to the newest edition of the One Safe Source catalog. Inside you’ll find part numbers,
descriptions, specifications and more for thousands of genuine Cat®
parts — all manufactured to
strict, original equipment specifications.
You can count on these reliable, durable Cat parts to deliver top performance and long life in your
applications — and you can count on us to provide the right parts and service solutions, when and
where you need them.
We carry most of the parts featured in this catalog for your immediate, off-the-shelf convenience.
And thanks to Caterpillar’s worldwide distribution system, we can deliver most other parts you need
within 24 hours. If you can’t find what you’re looking for, just ask. Our highly trained experts understand
the complete lineup of Cat parts, — original, Classic and Reman — can answer any questions, and
make recommendations for your needs.
This catalog contains only high-volume parts. If you are looking for something
different, we may have what you need in stock or can order it for you quickly.
Whether you’re maintaining one Cat machine or many, you can turn to us for the parts,
comprehensive service options and total support that will keep you up and running and maximizing
your equipment investments.
Part numbers and specifications are subject to change without notice. To ensure you receive the correct parts,
please provide the model and serial numbers of the machines or engines on which they will be used.
Some of the products listed in this catalog are not available in certain parts of the world. Please check with us
for more information.
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Table of Contents
Section Page
BBaatttteerriieess aanndd EElleeccttrriiccaall PPaarrttss..............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................33
Cat®
Battery Specifications.................................................................................................................................. 4
Assembly Numbers Cell and Terminal Layouts.........................................................................................................11
BCI Group Sizes and Overall Dimensions................................................................................................................12
Battery Safety...................................................................................................................................................16
Battery Care and Maintenance ............................................................................................................................19
Electrical Parts .................................................................................................................................................26
CCllaassssiicc .......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 3377
Classic™ Parts .................................................................................................................................................38
Classic Engine Parts ..........................................................................................................................................39
Classic Drive Train Parts.....................................................................................................................................50
Classic Hydraulic Parts.......................................................................................................................................61
Classic Miscellaneous Parts................................................................................................................................64
Classic Undercarriage Parts................................................................................................................................74
CCyylliinnddeerr SSeeaallss...................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 7777
Identification ....................................................................................................................................................78
Seal Selection for Other Than Cat Equipment..........................................................................................................92
Press-In Wiper Seals .........................................................................................................................................93
Snap-In Wiper Seals........................................................................................................................................ 100
U-Cup Rod Seals ............................................................................................................................................. 103
Buffer Seals ................................................................................................................................................... 110
Head Wear Rings ............................................................................................................................................ 115
Metal Bearing Head Wear Rings ........................................................................................................................ 118
Head Seals .................................................................................................................................................... 119
Piston Seals ................................................................................................................................................... 122
Piston Wear Rings........................................................................................................................................... 130
U-Cup Seal Assemblies / Chevron Packing Replacement......................................................................................... 140
Snubber Seals ................................................................................................................................................ 141
Troubleshooting .............................................................................................................................................. 142
Installation..................................................................................................................................................... 143
EEnnggiinnee PPaarrttss ........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................114477
Spark Plugs.................................................................................................................................................... 148
Exhaust ......................................................................................................................................................... 149
Belts............................................................................................................................................................. 160
EEqquuiippmmeenntt FFlluuiiddss ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................117755
Oils - Diesel Engine Oil ..................................................................................................................................... 176
Oils - Natural Gas Engine Oil.............................................................................................................................. 184
Oils - Hydraulic Oil........................................................................................................................................... 189
Oils - Transmission and Drive Train Oil................................................................................................................. 193
Oils - Final Drive and Axle Oil............................................................................................................................. 199
Oils - Gear Oil ................................................................................................................................................. 201
Oils - Special Application Oils ............................................................................................................................ 204
Oils - Additives ............................................................................................................................................... 207
Coolants ........................................................................................................................................................ 208
Greases......................................................................................................................................................... 218
FFiilltteerrss............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................222233
Filters Overview .............................................................................................................................................. 224
Engine Oil Filters ............................................................................................................................................. 226
Fuel Filters ..................................................................................................................................................... 228
Fuel Water Separators ..................................................................................................................................... 229
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Hydraulic Filters.............................................................................................................................................. 231
Air Filters....................................................................................................................................................... 233
Filter Efficiency Options .................................................................................................................................... 237
GGrroouunndd EEnnggaaggiinngg TToooollss ..........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................224411
Backhoe Loaders ............................................................................................................................................ 242
Bulldozers/Compactors..................................................................................................................................... 251
Rippers/Scarifiers - Ripper/Scarifier Tips ............................................................................................................. 282
Large Rippers ................................................................................................................................................. 282
Compact Construction Equipment ....................................................................................................................... 288
Excavators..................................................................................................................................................... 306
Loaders......................................................................................................................................................... 324
Motor Graders................................................................................................................................................ 379
Paving Products - Paving Product Bits, Tools and Holders....................................................................................... 391
Scrapers ....................................................................................................................................................... 393
HHaanndd TToooollss aanndd SShhoopp SSuupppplliieess......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................440055
The Tools and Supplies You Need For the Jobs You Do............................................................................................ 406
HHaarrddwwaarree..................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................440099
Bolts............................................................................................................................................................. 410
Nuts ............................................................................................................................................................. 440
Washers........................................................................................................................................................ 450
Screws ......................................................................................................................................................... 452
Link Brackets ................................................................................................................................................. 458
Rivets............................................................................................................................................................ 459
Pins.............................................................................................................................................................. 461
Rod Ends ....................................................................................................................................................... 464
Woodruff Keys................................................................................................................................................ 467
Snap Rings..................................................................................................................................................... 468
Hose Clamps .................................................................................................................................................. 472
Springs ......................................................................................................................................................... 475
Kits............................................................................................................................................................... 480
Check-a-Thread.............................................................................................................................................. 481
OOppeerraattoorr EEnnvviirroonnmmeenntt..............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................448833
Cat Work Lights, Signal Lights, Strobes and Bulbs.................................................................................................. 484
Cat Radio and Accessories ............................................................................................................................... 495
Radio Installation Kits....................................................................................................................................... 500
OO--RRiinnggss ......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................550055
Cat O-Rings.................................................................................................................................................... 506
O-Ring Seal Kits.............................................................................................................................................. 543
TTiirreess................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................555533
Cat Flexport™ Tires.......................................................................................................................................... 554
Cat Pneumatic Tires......................................................................................................................................... 563
LLiitteerraattuurree RReeffeerreennccee..................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................556677
Catalog Reference........................................................................................................................................... 569
Table of Contents
BATTERIESANDELECTRICALPARTS
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Cat Battery Specifications
General Information
Premium High Output - Maximum Vibration Resistance
– Vibration Resistance...five times the Industry Standard
– Exclusive “flat top” BCI group 4D & 8D batteries are Maintenance Free and have the industries highest cold crank-
ing amps (CCA)
– Popular BCI group 31 Maintenance Free battereis with industry leading cold cranking amps...up to 1000 (CCA), for
electric power, machine or on-highway truck and bus applications. Deep cycle models are available for truck, ma-
rine and recreational usage
Specifications for Cat Premium High Output Batteries-Available Worldwide
BCI
Group
Size Part No.
CCA
≈
RC
Mins
† Volts
Amp Hr.
Capacity
@ 20 Hrs.
Construction
Notes
Accessiblity
- Fluid Level
Check Hours
BCI Overall Dimensions Nominal Weight Nominal
Acid to
Fill Qt
(liter)
Length
In (mm)
Width
In (mm)
Height
In (mm)
Wet
Lb (kg)
Dry
Lb(kg)
8D 153-5720 1500 465 12 210 C/MFA A - 1000 20.5 (520) 10.8 (275) 9.8 (248) 132 (59.9) - -
8D 101-4000 1400 400 12 190 LAC+ A - 1000 20.8 (527) 11.0 (278) 9.8 (248) 132 (59.9) 86 (39.0) 18.0 (17.0)
4D 153-5710 1400 425 12 200 C/MFA A - 1000 20.5 (520) 8.6 (218) 9.8 (248) 119 (54.0) - -
4D 9X-9730 1300 400 12 190 LAC+ A - 1000 20.8 (527) 8.6 (218) 9.8 (248) 120 (54.0) 81 (36.8) 14.8 (14.0)
4D 153-5700 1125 305 12 145 C/MFA A - 1000 20.5 (520) 8.6 (218) 9.8 (248) 101 (45.8) - -
4D 9X-9720 1000 275 12 140 LAC+ A - 1000 20.8 (527) 8.6 (218) 9.8 (248) 102 (45.8) 59 (26.8) 15.9 (15.0)
31 175-4390 1000 180 12 90 C/MFA/S A - 1000 12.9 (329) 6.8 (172) 9.3 (236) 60 (27.2) - -
31 175-4370 825 190 12 100 C/MFA/S** A - 1000 12.9 (329) 6.8 (172) 9.3 (236) 61 (27.2) - -
31 175-4360 710 185 12 100 C/MFA/S*** A - 1000 12.9 (329) 6.8 (172) 9.3 (236) 62 (28.1) - -
31/30H 115-2422 1000 170 12 90 C/MFA A - 1000 12.9 (329) 6.8 (172) 9.5 (241) 63 (28.6) - -
31/30H 115-2421 950 170 12 90 C/MFA+ A - 1000 12.9 (329) 6.8 (172) 9.5 (241) 64 (29.1) 44 (20.0) 6.6 (6.2)
31/30H 9X-3404(1) 950 165 12 95/100 C/MF NA 13.0 (331) 6.8 (172) 9.5 (241) 58 (26.3) - -
31/30H 3T-5760 750 165 12 95/100 C/MF AV - 1000 13.0 (331) 6.8 (172) 9.5 (241) 56 (25.4) - -
65 230-6368 880 140 12 70 C/MF NA 11.9 (304) 7.5 (191) 7.5 (191) 46 (20.9) - -
24 153-5656 650 110 12 52 C/MF NA 11.0 (279) 6.9 (174) 9.0 (229) 39 (17.7) - -
Construction Notes:
Batteries use SAE taper post design and are shipped wet except as:
LAC = Low Maintenance - Hybrid Construction
C = Calcium Lead Alloy Grid Design
MF = Maintenance Free Non-Accessible
MFA = Maintenance Free Accessible
A = Accessible
NA = Non-Accessible
AV = Accessibily Varies - Accessiblity varies depending on supplier used. If it
has caps, it is accessible and fluid levels should be checked.
S = Stud Terminals
+ = Shipped Dry Only
* = Side Terminals Only
** = Starting and Deep Cycle Battery
*** = Deep Cycle and Starting Battery
≈ = Cold Cranking Amps for 30 seconds at 0° F (-18° C)
† = Reserve Capacity Minutes minimum of 25 amp output at 80° F (27° C)
SDT = Dual, Top mounted Terminals - Stud and SAE Post. Marine Deep Cycle/
Starting Battery
Rugged Design-Built Tough-Reliable Starting
– Positive and negative plates are anchored to container bottom and locked at the top of celnelement for maximum vibration resistance.
– Heavy-duty forged terminal post bushings provide maximum strength and resistance to acid seepage.
– Hefty full-frame grids, no sharp edges, optimum acid/paste combination provides better charge acceptance after deep discharge.
– Manifold vented cover with built-in Flame Arrestor...a safety feature that directs corrosive gases away from the battery and hold-downs.
– Thick, robust container resists rugged treatment typical of heavy-duty commercial use. Embossed part number & descriptors for easy serviceability.
1 not available in US
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Cat General Service Batteries - Available Worldwide (Except Brazil)
Quality Batteries for a Wide Range of Applications
Ideal for Automotive, Light Truck, Bus, Marine, Industrial, Agricultural, Stationary Power and Recreational Usage.
- Maintenance Free and low maintenance…accessible or sealed
- Deep Cycle and Valve Regulated (VRLA) Gelled or Absorbed Glass Mat (AGM) batteries
- Hefty full frame grids, no sharp edges. Optimum acid/paste combination provides better charge acceptance after
deep discharge
- Commericial batteries have Anchor Lock elements for vibration resistance
- Flame Arrestor Safety Vents to direct corrosive gases away from the batery and hold-downs
Wet Batteries
BCI Group
Size Part No. CCA ≈ RC Mins † Volts
Amp Hr.
Capacity @
20 Hrs.
Construction
Notes
BCI Overall Dimensions Nominal Weight
Length In (mm) Width In (mm) Height In (mm) Wet Lb (kg)
Truck/Agricultural/Industrial
1 8C-3617 640 130 6 100 C/MF 9.0 (229) 6.9 (175) 8.8 (222) 30 (13.6)
2 8C-3629 780 200 6 90 LA 10.4 (264) 6.9 (175) 8.8 (222) 36.5 (16.6)
3EE 8C-3620 400 95 12 54 LA 19.3 (489) 4.3 (108) 9.0 (229) 42 (19.1)
3EH 8C-3632 875 250 6 115 LA 19.3 (489) 4.3 (108) 10.0 (254) 47.5 (21.5)
4 8C-3633 975 250 6 125 C/MF 12.5 (318) 6.9 (175) 9.5 (241) 47 (21.3)
4DLT 8C-3622 850 240 12 100 LA 20.0 (508) 8.1 (206) 8.1 (206) 80 (36.3)
8D 8C-3624 1400 430 12 190 LA 20.8 (527) 11.0 (279) 10.0 (254) 130 (59.0)
24F 3T-5858 675 115 12 55 C/MF 10.8 (273) 6.8 (171) 9.0 (229) 40 (18.1)
27 8C-3601 710 120 12 65 C/MF 12.0 (305) 6.8 (171) 9.0 (229) 45.5 (20.6)
27F 8C-3602 710 120 12 65 C/MF 12.4 (314) 6.8 (171) 9.0 (229) 45.5 (20.6)
31 8C-3628 760 170 12 80 C/MF/S 13.0 (330) 6.8 (171) 9.5 (241) 54.5 (24.7)
31 430-5996 1000 190 12 100 C/MF 13.0 (330) 6.8 (171) 9.5 (241) 58 (26.3)
C11(DIN) 369-9955 270 43 12 30 C 7.36 (187) 5.04 (128) 6.50 (165) 17.86 (8.1)
T4 (DIN) 356-6211 380 66 12 44 C 8.27 (210) 6.89 (175) 6.89 (175) 16.09 (7.3)
Bus - Special Terminal
8D 250-0473 1400 430 12 190 C/MFA/TB 20.8 (527) 11.0 (279) 10.0 (254) 130 (59.0)
Automotive/Light Truck & SUV
22F 3T-5859 425 65 12 35 C/MF 9.4 (238) 6.8 (171) 8.3 (210) 29.5 (13.4)
24 3T-5857 675 115 12 55 C/MF 10.8 (273) 6.8 (171) 9.0 (229) 40 (18.1)
25 250-0488 625 95 12 45 C/MF 9.8 (248) 6.9 (175) 8.9 (225) 35.5 (16.1)
26 8C-3600 540 80 12 45 C/MF 8.8 (222) 6.8 (171) 8.0 (203) 29.5 (13.4)
26R 369-9958 540 80 12 45 C/MF 8.8 (222) 6.8 (171) 8.0 (203) 29.5 (13.4)
34/78 250-0486 690 110 12 60 C/MF/DT 10.8 (273) 6.8 (171) 8.0 (203) ! 36.5 (16.6)
35 250-0487 625 95 12 45 C/MF 9.8 (248) 6.9 (175) 8.9 (225) 35.5 (16.1)
41 8C-3605 650 100 12 64 C/MF 11.6 (293) 6.9 (175) 6.9 (175) 38 (17.2)
42 250-0490 475 70 12 40 C/MF 9.6 (242) 6.9 (175) 6.9 (175) 29 (13.2)
48 430-5993 730 120 12 65 C/MF 11.0 (278) 6.9 (175) 7.5 (190) 42 (19.1)
49 307-0751 900 185 12 100 C/MF 14.0 (354) 6.9 (175) 7.5 (190) 54.5 (24.7)
55/56/62 8C-3611 570 90 12 52 C/MF/DT 8.8 (222) 6.0 (152) 8.50 (216) 32 (14.5)
58 8C-3612 580 85 12 53 C/MF 10.0 (254) 7.3 (184) 7.0 (178) 31.5 (14.3)
65 250-0484 675 130 12 55 C/MF 12.0 (305) 7.4 (187) 7.7 (194) 41 (18.6)
75 7X-6100 690 90 12 60 C/MF * 9.8 (248) 7.0 (178) 7.3 (184) 34.5 (15.6)
75/86 250-0489 540 85 12 47 C/MF/DT 9.8 (248) 7.0 (178) 8.1 (206) ! 32 (14.5)
78 369-9957 690 110 12 58 C 10.8 (273) 6.9 (175) 7.3 (184) 36.5 (16.6)
Cat Battery Specifications
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Cat General Service Batteries - Available Worldwide (Except Brazil) (Cont'd.)
Wet Batteries (Cont'd.)
BCI Group
Size Part No. CCA ≈ RC Mins † Volts
Amp Hr.
Capacity @
20 Hrs.
Construction
Notes
BCI Overall Dimensions Nominal Weight
Length In (mm) Width In (mm) Height In (mm) Wet Lb (kg)
90 430-6000 600 90 12 40 C/MF 9.5 (242) 6.9 (175) 6.9 (175) 32.5 (14.7)
91 430-6001 700 100 12 50 C/MF 11.0 (278) 6.9 (175) 6.9 (175) 38.5 (17.5)
92 430-6002 650 130 12 70 C/MF 12.5 (317) 6.9 (175) 6.9 (175) 37 (16.8)
93 430-6003 800 130 12 80 C/MF 14.0 (354) 6.9 (175) 6.9 (175) 46.5 (21.1)
94R 430-6005 765 135 12 80 C/MF 12.4 (315) 6.9 (175) 7.5 (190) 47.5 (21.6)
95R 430-6006 850 190 12 100 C/MF 15.5 (394) 6.9 (175) 7.5 (190) 62.5 (28.4)
96R 430-6007 600 90 12 40 C/MF 9.6 (242) 6.9 (175) 6.9 (175) 32.5 (14.8)
97R 430-6008 600 95 12 60 C/MF 9.6 (242) 6.9 (175) 7.5 (190) 37.5 (17.0)
101 430-6009 650 110 12 - C/MF/ * 10.3 (260) 7.1 (179) 6.7 (170) 36 (16.3)
121R 430-6010 540 80 12 50 C/MF 8.3 (210) 7.0 (177) 8.1 (206) 30 (13.6)
124R 430-6011 670 100 12 60 C/MF 10.3 (260) 6.9 (175) 8.4 (212) 38 (17.2)
151R 430-6012 335 55 12 - C/MF 7.24 (184) 5.0 (125) 8.8 (222) 19 (8.6)
Marine-Deep Cycle Capability
24M 8C-3638 675 115 12 55 C/MF/DT/~# 10.8 (273) 6.8 (171) 9.4 (238) 40 (18.1)
24DC 430-5992 500 130 12 75 LA/DT/@ 10.8 (273) 6.8 (171) 9.4 (238) 45 (20.4)
24DP 430-5991 550 120 12 65 LAC/DT 10.8 (273) 6.8 (171) 9.4 (238) 42 (19.1)
27M 8C-3639 650 150 12 80 @/S/DT# 12.5 (318) 6.8 (171) 9.4 (238) 49 (22.2)
Lawn & Garden
U1 8C-3636 230 - 12 25 C/MF 7.8 (197) 5.2 (130) 7.3 (184 15.5 (7.0)
Golf Cart/Scissor & High Lifts
GC-2 8C-3641 132§ - 6 235 @ OP 10.3 (260) 7.2 (181) 10.9 (276) 68 (30.8)
Dual Terminal Batteries
34/78 127-0826 850 115 12 66 C/MF/DT 10.8 (273) 6.8 (175) 8.0 (203) ! 41 (18.6)
34/78 250-0486 690 110 12 60 ST/MF/DT 10.8 (273) 6.8 (175) 8.0 (203) ! 36.5 (16.6)
75/86 250-0489 540 85 12 47 C/MF/DT 9.8 (248) 7.0 (178) 8.1 (206) ! 32 (14.5)
Construction Notes:
Batteries use SAE taper post design and are shipped wet except as:
LA = Low Maintenance - Low Antimony Grids
LAC = Low Maintenance - Hybrid Construction
C = Calcium Lead Alloy Grid Design
ST = Silver (AG) Calcium allow grids- severe service-high temperature
MF = Maintenance Free Non-Accessible
MFA = Maintenance Free Accessible
S = Stud Terminals
DT = Dual Terminal
TB = Transit Bus one piece end terminal. Right end of battery. Positive Stud:
1/2"-13 steel, Negative Stud: 3/8" -16 steel
OP = Offset Post with Horizontal Hole Stainless Steel 5/16" Bolt & Hex Nut
* = Side Terminals
≈ = Cold Cranking Amps for 30 seconds at 0° F (-18° C)
† = Reserve Capacity Minutes minimum of 25 amp output at 80° F (27° C)
! = For height with removable adapter, add 7/8" (22mm)
@ = Deep Cycle - Antimony Grids
~ = Marine Starting
+ = Shipped Dry Only
§ = 75 amps @ 80° F
# = Wing nut for 8C-3638 & 8C-3639 is part number 3B-0723
Dry Batteries
BCI Group
Size Part No. CCA ≈
RC
Mins † Volts
Amp Hr.
Capacity @
20 Hrs.
Const.
Notes
BCI Overall Dimensions Nominal Weight
Nominal
Acid to Fill
Qt (liter)
Length
In (mm)
Width
In (mm)
Height
in (mm)
Wet
Lb (kg)
Dry
Lb (kg)
Marine / Recreational
8V 8C-3640 980 350 8 175 LA + 20.8 (527) 7.3 (184) 10.7 (270) 90.5 (41.1) 59.5 (27.0) 12 (10.9)
Cat Battery Specifications
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Cat General Service Batteries - Available Worldwide (Except Brazil) (Cont'd.)
Construction Notes:
Batteries use SAE taper post design and are shipped wet except as:
LA = Low Maintenance - Low Antimony Grids
LAC = Low Maintenance - Hybrid Construction
C = Calcium Lead Alloy Grid Design
MF = Maintenance Free Non-Accessible
MFA = Maintenance Free Accessible
S = Stud Terminals
DT = Dual Terminal
TB = Transit Bus one piece end terminal. Right end of battery. Positive Stud:
1/2"-13 steel, Negative Stud: 3/8" -16 steel
OP = Offset Post with Horizontal Hole Stainless Steel 5/16" Bolt & Hex Nut
* = Side Terminals
≈ = Cold Cranking Amps for 30 seconds at 0° F (-18° C)
† = Reserve Capacity Minutes minimum of 25 amp output at 80° F (27° C)
! = For height with removable adapter, add 7/8" (22mm)
@ = Deep Cycle - Antimony Grids
~ = Marine Starting
+ = Shipped Dry Only
§ = Rating to 5.25 volts at 75 amps @ 80° F
# = Wing nut for 8C-3638 & 8C-3639 is part number 3B-0723
Valve Regulated Lead Acid (VRLA) Batteries
BCI
Group
Size Part No. CCA ≈
RC Mins
† Volts
Amp Hr.
Capacity @
20 Hrs.
Construction
Notes
BCI Overall Dimensions
Nominal Weight
Wet Lb (kg)Length In (mm) Width In (mm) Height In (mm)
Gelled (GEL) Electrolyte, Marine/Recreational, Deep Cycle Capability
4D 152-8006 970 375 12 183 MF-G/VRLA 20.8 (527) 8.5 (216) 10.0 (254) 127 (57.6)
8D 152-7242 1150 475 12 225 MF-G/VRLA 20.8 (527) 11.0 (279) 10.0 (254) 157 (71.2)
Construction Notes:
MF-G/VRLA = Maintenance Free Non-Accessible -Gel Battery. Valve-Regulated Lead Acid (VRLA) battery with gelled electrolyte
≈ = Cold Cranking Amps for 30 seconds at 0° F (-18° C)
† = Reserve Capacity Minutes minimum of 25 amp output at 80° F (27° C)
Absorbed Glass Mat (AGM) Batteries
BCI
Group
Size Part No. CCA ≈
RC Mins
† Volts
Amp Hr.
Capacity @
20 Hrs. Construction Notes
BCI Overall Dimensions
Nominal Weight
Wet Lb (kg)
Length
In (mm)
Width
In (mm)
Height
In (mm)
Truck/Agricultural/Industrial
31 430-5994 800 200 12 105 MF-AGM/VRLA/S 13.0 (330) 6.8 (171) 9.5 (241) 69 (31.3)
31 430-5995 925 190 12 100 MF-AGM/VRLA/S 13.0 (330) 6.8 (171) 9.5 (241) 63 (28.6)
Automotive/Light Truck & SUV
34/78 430-5997 775 120 12 55 MF-AGM/VRLA/DT 10.8 (273) 6.9 (175) 8.0 (203) 42.5 (19.3)
34M 430-5999 775 120 12 55 MF-AGM/VRLA/DT 10.8 (273) 6.9 (175) 8.0 (203) 41.5 (18.9)
65 430-5998 775 150 12 75 MF-AGM/VRLA 12.0 (305) 7.4 (187) 7.7 (194) 46 (20.9)
94R 430-6004 800 140 12 80 MF-AGM/VRLA 12.4 (315) 6.9 (175) 7.5 (190) 51.5 (23.4)
Cat Battery Specifications
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Absorbed Glass Mat (AGM) Batteries (Cont'd.)
BCI
Group
Size Part No. A B Volts Const. Notes TERM.
BCI Overall Dimensions
Nominal
Weight Wet
Lb (kg)
Length
In (mm)
Width
In (mm)
Terminal
Height In (mm)
Container
Height In (mm)
High-rate Uninteruptilbe Power Supplies (UPS) or Standy Applications
4D 250-0483 624 318 12 MF-AGM/VRLA TA/2/ρ 21.8 (552) 8.3 (210) 9.4 (237) 8.8 (222) 130 (59.0)
24 250-0476 253 127 12 MF-AGM/VRLA TA/1/ρ 10.2 (259) 6.8 (173) 9.2 (232) 8.2 (206) 53 (24.0)
27 250-0477 314 156 12 MF-AGM/VRLA TA/1/ρ 12.8 (323) 6.8 (173) 8.7 (220) 8.2 (206) 64 (29.0)
31 250-0478 377 192 12 MF-AGM/VRLA TA/1/ρ 13.0 (329) 6.7 (171) 8.8 (222) 8.6 (218) 68.5 (31.1)
31 250-0479 475 238 12 MF-AGM/VRLA TA/1/ρ 13.5 (342) 6.8 (172) 11.3 (286) 11.1 (281) 99 (44.9)
31 369-9959 (2) 550 271 12 MF-AGM/VRLA TA/1/ρ 13.5 (342) 6.8 (172) 11.2 (285) 11.1 (281) 107 (48.5)
45 250-0475 168 85.4 12 MF-AGM/VRLA TA/1/ρ 8.9 (225) 5.3 (135) 8.7 (221) 8.2 (207) 40 (18.1)
U1 250-0474 119 60 12 MF-AGM/VRLA TA/1/α 7.8 (196) 5.2 (132) 7.2 (182) 6.2 (157) 24 (10.9)
∞ 369-9960 (2) 370 187 12 MF-AGM/VRLA FA/3/ρ 19.5 (494) 4.4 (110) 8.9 (227) 9.1 (231) 80 (36.3)
∞ 369-9961 (2) 550 274 12 MF-AGM/VRLA FA/3/ρ 21.9 (555) 5.0 (127) 11.2 (283) 11.7 (297) 120 (54.4)
∞ 369-9962 (2) 750 367 12 MF-AGM/VRLA FA/3/ρ 24.0 (610) 4.9 (125) 12.3 (311) 12.8 (324) 150 (68.1)
Construction Notes:
A = Power Watts per Cell for 15 minutes to 1.67 Volts Per Cell @ 77° F (25° C)
B = Discharge Rating in Amperes for 15 minutes to end voltage of 1.75 V.P.C.
@ 77ºF (25ºC)
MF-AGM/VRLA = Maintenance Free Non-Accessible - Absorbed Glass Mat
(AGM) Battery.
∞ = Unique container size. Does not use a standard BCI grouping
≈ = Cold Cranking Amps for 30 seconds at 0° F (-18° C)
† = Reserve Capacity Minutes minimum of 25 amp output at 80° F (27° C)
S = Stud Terminals
DT = Dual Terminal
TA - Top Access
FA - Front Access
α = In line lead terminal with brass female inserts .490" diameter head with a
1/4-20unc x .700 deep thread
ρ = In line lead terminal with brass female inserts .625" diameter head with a
1/4-20unc x .750 deep thread
AGM batteries have a longer production lead time than regular lead-acid type batteries
Important: Alternator and charger instructions: for 12-volt AGM Batteries charge to 14.4 volts but no more than
14.6 volts at 68° F (20° C)
Valve Regulated AGM Batteries-Terminal Locations
Location Type - 1 Location Type - 2 Location Type - 3
VRLA batteries are a UL Recognized Component and are I.C.C.O.,
I.M.D.E., I.A.T.A., and D.O.T. Air Transportable Approved
2 Available in the United States and South America (Except Brazil).
Cat Battery Specifications
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Cat General Service Batteries - Limited Availability
Europe, Africa, Middle East, Asia
DIN
Group
Size Part No.
Amp Hr
Capacity @
20 Hrs
RC
Mins
†
BCI
CCA
≈
DIN
CCA
^
EN
CCA
± Volts
Const.
Notes
BCI Overall Dimensions
Nominal Weight
Wet Lb (kg)
Length
In (mm)
Width
In (mm)
Height
In (mm)
78 369-9957 58 110 690 - - 12 - 10.75 (273) 6.89 (175) 7.24 (184) 36.51 (16.6)
C11 369-9955 30 43 270 150 250 12 C 7.36 (187) 5.04 (128) 6.50 (165) 17.86 (8.1)
T4 369-9956 44 66 400 225 - 12 C 8.27 (210) 6.89 (175) 6.89 (175) 16.09 (7.3)
T4 356-6211 44 66 380 250 350 12 C 8.27 (210) 6.89 (175) 6.89 (175) 16.09 (7.3)
T5 356-6212 55 85 450 290 420 12 C 9.49 (241) 6.89 (175) 6.89 (175) 18.52 (8.4)
T6 356-6213 66 105 550 315 520 12 C 10.94 (278) 6.89 (175) 6.89 (175) 21.83 (9.9)
T7 356-6214 80 133 625 420 570 12 C 12.40 (315) 6.89 (175) 6.89 (175) 26.68 (12.1)
T8 356-6215 88 150 770 420 715 12 C 13.58 (345) 6.89 (175) 6.89 (175) 30.20 (13.7)
Construction Notes:
Batteries have taper post design and are shipped wet except as:
≈ = Cold Cranking Amps at 0° F (-18° C), discharge rate of 30 seconds, meeting 7.2V or above cut-off
^ = Cold Cranking Amps at 0° F (-18° C), discharge rate of 30 seconds, meeting 9V or above cut-off
± = Cold Cranking Amps at 0° F (-18° C), discharge rate of 90 seconds, meeting 6V or above cut-off
† = Reserve Capacity Minutes minimum of 25 amp output at 80° F (27° C)
C = Calcium Lead Alloy Grid Design
Brazil Only
DIN
Group
Size Part No.
Amp Hr
Capacity
@ 20 Hrs
RC
Mins
†
BCI
CCA
≈
DIN
CCA
^
EN
CCA
± Volts
Const.
Notes
BCI Overall Dimensions
Nominal Weight
Wet
Lb (kg)
Length
In (mm)
Width
In (mm)
Height
In (mm)
4D 102-0400 150 270 950 535 - 12 SC 20.08 (510) 8.39 (213) 9.06 (230) 95.68 (43.4)
4D 242-0824 135 240 750 420 - 12 C 20.08 (510) 8.39 (213) 9.06 (230) 87.74 (39.8)
4D 242-0825 170 330 1000 560 - 12 C 20.08 (510) 8.39 (213) 9.06 (230) 101.85 (46.2)
4D 242-0829 330 170 700 395 - 12 C 20.08 (510) 8.39 (213) 9.06 (230) 101.41 (46)
31 242-0831 165 100 600 335 - 12 C 12.99 (330) 6.77 (172) 9.41 (239) 60.19 (27.3)
H7 242-0828 170 90 725 380 - 12 C 12.32 (313) 6.89 (175) 6.89 (175) 51.93 (23.1)
T5 242-0827 55 90 425 250 - 12 C 9.53 (242) 6.89 (175) 6.89 (175) 30.64 (13.9)
T5 242-0826 55 90 425 250 - 12 C 9.53 (242) 6.89 (175) 6.89 (175) 30.64 (13.9)
T6 112-9564 65 110 620 345 - 12 SC 10.94 (278) 6.89 (175) 6.89 (175) 39.24 (17.8)
Construction Notes:
Batteries have taper post design and are shipped wet except as:
≈ = Cold Cranking Amps for 30 seconds at 0° F (-18° C)
^ = Cold Cranking Amps at 0° F (-18° C), discharge rate of 30 seconds, meeting 9V or above cut-off
† = Reserve Capacity Minutes minimum of 25 amp output at 80° F (27° C)
C = Calcium Lead Alloy Grid Design
SC = Silver (Ag) Calcium Alloy Grids for resistance to high under hood temperatures.
Terminals:
1. Lead terminal. L Shaped. Terminals have square holes.
2. Lead terminal and brass inserts. 1/4 - 20 x .25 Deep Female Thread.
3. Lead terminal with brass inserts. 1/4 - 20 x .25 Deep Female Thread
4. Lead terminal with brass inserts. 1/4 - 20 x Female Thread.
• Ratings conform to IEEE-485 Standards.
1 - BCI
Group U1
2 - BCI
Groups
45, 24, 27
3 -BCI
Group 31
4 - BCI
Group 4D
Cat Battery Specifications
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Cat General Service Batteries - Limited Availability (Cont'd.)
Terminal layout for 250-0473 8D Transit Bus Battery (3)
One piece end terminal. Right end of Battery.
1/2”- 13 Steel Positive Stud
3/8” - 16 Steel Negative Stud
Battery Accessories:
• Group 31 – Charging Posts for Stud Terminals - Part # 4C-5637
• Screw-in Charging Posts for Side Terminals - Part # 4C-5638
• Wing Nut for Part # 175-4390/175-4370/175-4360/8C-3628 - Part #2B-9498
• Wing Nut for Part #8C-3638 & 8C-3639 Marine Batteries - Part #3B-0723
• Battery Voltmeter - Part # 4C-6600
• Battery Load Tester - Part # 4C-4911
• Booster Cable 12’ (3.66 m) - Part # 4C-4933
• Booster Cable 20’ (6.00 m) - Part # 4C-4937
NOTE
Ratings and Part Numbers are subject to change without notice.
3 Terminal strip not available for sale.
Cat Battery Specifications
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Assembly Numbers Cell and Terminal Layouts
Cat Battery Specifications
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BCI Group Sizes and Overall Dimensions
BCI
GRP.
NO.
BCI
FIG.
NO. Volts
Maximum Overall Dimensions
Inches and (mm)
L W H
1 2 6 9 1/8 (232) 7 1/8 (181) 9 3/8 (238)
2 2 6 10 3/8 (264) 7 1/8 (181) 9 3/8 (238)
2E 5 6 19 3/8 (492) 4 1/8 (105) 9 1/8 (232)
2N 1 6 10 (254) 5 9/16 (141) 8 15/16 (227)
3 2 6 11 3/4 (298) 7 1/8 (181) 9 3/8 (238)
3D 2 6 20 3/8 (518) 8 3/4 (222) 10 (254)
3EE 9 12 19 5/16 (491) 4 3/8 (111) 8 7/8 (225)
3EH 5 6 19 5/16 (491) 4 3/8 (111) 9 13/16 (249)
3ET 9 12 19 5/16 (491) 4 3/8 (111) 9 13/16 (249)
4 2 6 13 1/8 (334) 7 1/8 (181) 9 3/8 (238)
4B 8 12 21 1/4 (540) 11 1/8 (283) 10 7/8 (276)
4D 8 12 20 3/4 (527) 8 3/4 (222) 9 13/16 (249)
4DLT 16L 12 20 (508) 8 3/16 (208) 7 15/16 (202)
4EH 5 6 19 5/16 (491) 5 (127) 9 13/16 (249)
5D 2 6 13 3/4 (349) 7 1/8 (181) 9 3/8 (238)
6D 8 12 20 3/4 (527) 10 (254) 10 1/4 (260)
7D 2 6 16 1/4 (413) 7 1/8 (181) 9 3/8 (238)
8D 8 12 20 3/4 (527) 11 1/8 (283) 9 13/16 (249)
12T 10 12 7 1/16 (179) 6 15/16 (177) 7 15/16 (202)
16TF 10F 12 16 9/16 (421) 7 1/8 (181) 11 1/8 (283)
17HF 2B 6 7 3/8 (187) 6 7/8 (175) 9 (229)
17TF 11L 12 17 1/16 (433) 6 15/16 (177) 7 15/16 (202)
19L 2 6 8 1/2 (216) 7 (178) 7 1/2 (191)
21 10 12 8 3/16 (208) 6 13/16 (173) 8 3/4 (222)
21R 11 12 8 3/16 (208) 6 13/16 (173) 8 3/4 (222)
22F 11F 12 9 1/2 (241) 6 7/8 (175) 8 5/16 (211)
22HF 11F 12 9 1/2 (241) 6 7/8 (175) 9 (229)
22NF 11F 12 9 7/16 (240) 5 1/2 (140) 8 15/16 (227)
22R 11 12 9 (229) 6 7/8 (175) 8 5/16 (211)
24 10 12 10 1/4 (260) 6 13/16 (173) 8 7/8 (225)
24F 11F 12 10 3/4 (273) 6 13/16 (173) 9 (229)
24H 10 12 10 1/4 (260) 6 13/16 (173) 9 3/8 (238)
24R 11 12 10 1/4 (260) 6 13/16 (173) 9 3/8 (238)
24T 10 12 10 1/4 (260) 6 13/16 (173) 9 3/4 (248)
25 10 12 9 1/16 (230) 6 7/8 (175) 8 7/8 (225)
26 10 12 8 3/16 (208) 6 13/16 (173) 7 3/4 (197)
26R 11 12 8 3/16 (208) 6 13/16 (173) 7 3/4 (197)
27 10 12 12 1/16 (306) 6 13/16 (173) 8 7/8 (225)
27F 11F 12 12 1/2 (318) 6 13/16 (173) 8 15/16 (227)
27H 10 12 11 3/4 (298) 6 13/16 (173) 9 1/4 (235)
27R 11 12 12 1/16 (306) 6 13/16 (173) 8 7/8 (225)
28 18 12 10 1/4 (260) 6 13/16 (173) 9 7/16 (240)
29H 10 12 13 1/8 (334) 6 11/16 (170) 9 1/8 (232)
BCI
GRP.
NO.
BCI
FIG.
NO. Volts
Maximum Overall Dimensions
Inches and (mm)
L W H
29NF 11F 12 13 (330) 5 1/2 (140) 8 15/16 (227)
30H 10 12 13 1/2 (343) 6 13/16 (173) 9 1/4 (235)
31 18 12 13 (330) 6 13/16 (173) 9 7/18 (240)
33 11F 12 13 5/16 (338) 6 13/16 (173) 9 3/8 (238)
34 10 12 10 1/4 (260) 6 13/16 (173) 7 7/8 (200)
34R 11 12 10 1/4 (260) 6 13/16 (173) 7 7/8 (200)
35 11 12 9 1/16 (230) 6 7/8 (175) 8 7/8 (225)
36R 19 12 10 3/8 (263) 7 3/16 (183) 8 1/8 (206)
39 15 12 8 1/8 (206) 6 7/8 (175) 7 (178)
40R 15 12 10 15/16 (278) 6 7/8 (175) 6 7/8 (175)
41 15 12 11 9/16 (293) 6 7/8 (175) 6 7/8 (175)
42 15 12 9 1/2 (241) 6 7/8 (175) 6 7/8 (175)
43 15 12 13 1/8 (334) 6 7/8 (175) 8 1/16 (205)
45 10F 12 9 7/16 (240) 5 1/2 (140) 8 15/16 (227)
46 40F 12 10 3/4 (273) 6 13/16 (173) 9 (229)
47 24 12 9 1/2 (242) 6 7/8 (175) 7 1/2 (190)
48 24 12 10 15/16 (278) 6 7/8 (175) 7 1/2 (190)
49 24 12 13 7/8 (353) 6 7/8 (175) 7 1/2 (190)
50 10 12 13 1/2 (343) 5 (127) 10 (254)
51 10 12 9 3/8 (238) 5 1/16 (129) 8 3/4 (223)
51R 11 12 9 3/8 (238) 5 1/16 (129) 8 3/4 (223)
52 10 12 7 5/16 (186) 5 13/16 (147) 8 1/4 (210)
53 14 12 13 (330) 4 11/16 (119) 8 1/4 (210)
54 19 12 7 5/16 (186) 6 1/16 (154) 8 3/8 (212)
55 19 12 8 9/16 (218) 6 1/16 (154) 8 3/8 (212)
56 19 12 10 (254) 6 1/16 (154) 8 3/8 (212)
57 22 12 8 1/16 (205) 7 3/16 (183) 6 15/16 (177)
58 26 12 10 1/16 (255) 7 3/16 (183) 6 15/16 (177)
58R 19 12 10 1/16 (255) 7 3/16 (183) 6 15/16 (177)
59 21 12 10 1/16 (255) 7 11/16 (195) 7 3/4 (196)
60 12 12 13 1/16 (332) 6 5/16 (160) 8 7/8 (225)
61 20 12 7 9/16 (192) 6 3/8 (162) 8 7/8 (225)
62 20 12 8 7/8 (225) 6 3/8 (162) 8 7/8 (225)
63 20 12 10 3/16 (258) 6 3/8 (162) 8 7/8 (225)
64 20 12 11 5/8 (296) 6 3/8 (162) 8 7/8 (225)
65 21 12 12 1/16 (306) 7 9/16 (192) 7 9/16 (192)
66 13 12 12 1/16 (306) 7 9/16 (192) 7 5/8 (194)
67R 39 12 9 1/8 (231) 6 15/16 (175) 6 15/16 (175)
70 17 12 8 3/16 (208) 7 1/16 (180) 7 11/16 (196)(4)
71 17 12 8 3/16 (208) 7 1/16 (179) 8 1/2 (216)
72 17 12 9 1/16 (230) 7 1/16 (179) 8 1/4 (210)
73 17 12 9 1/16 (230) 7 1/16 (179) 8 1/2 (216)
74 17 12 10 1/4 (260) 7 1/4 (184) 8 3/4 (222)
4 Maximum height dimensions shown includes batteries with raised quarter cover design. Flat-top design model height (minus quarter
covers) reduced approximately 3/8 inch (10 mm).
Cat Battery Specifications
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BCI Group Sizes and Overall Dimensions (Cont'd.)
BCI
GRP.
NO.
BCI
FIG.
NO. Volts
Maximum Overall Dimensions
Inches and (mm)
L W H
75 17 12 9 1/16 (230) 7 1/16 (180) 7 11/16 (196)(5)
76 17 12 13 1/8 (334) 7 1/16 (180) 8 1/2 (216)(5)
78 17 12 10 1/4 (260) 7 1/16 (180) 7 11/16 (196)(5)
79 35 12 12 1/16 (307) 7 1/16 (180) 7 3/8 (188)
85 11 12 9 1/16 (230) 6 13/16 (173) 8 (203)
86 10 12 9 1/16 (230) 6 13/16 (173) 8 (203)
90 24 12 9 1/2 (242) 6 7/8 (175) 6 7/8 (175)
91 24 12 10 15/18 (278) 6 7/8 (175) 6 7/8 (175)
92 24 12 12 3/8 (315) 6 7/8 (175) 6 7/8 (175)
93 24 12 13 7/8 (353) 6 7/9 (175) 6 7/8 (175)
94R 24 12 12 3/8 (315) 6 7/8 (175) 7 1/2 (190)
95R 24 12 15 1/2 (394) 6 7/8 (175) 7 1/2 (190)
96R 15 12 9 1/2 (242) 6 13/16 (252) 6 7/8 (175)
BCI
GRP.
NO.
BCI
FIG.
NO. Volts
Maximum Overall Dimensions
Inches and (mm)
L W H
97R 15 12 9 15/18 (252) 6 7/8 (175) 7 1/2 (190)
98R 15 12 11 1/8 (283) 6 7/8 (175) 7 1/2 (190)
99R 24 12 8 5/16 (210) 6 7/8 (175) 6 7/8 (175)
100 35 12 10 1/4 (260) 7 1/16 (179) 7 3/8 (188)
101 17 12 10 1/4 (260) 7 1/16 (179) 6 11/16 (170)
121R 11H 12 8 1/4 (222) 7 (178) 8 1/2 (216)
124R 11H 12 10 3/4 (274) 7 (178) 8 5/8 (194)
151R 28 12 7 7/16 (188) 4 15/16 (125) 8 7/8 (225)
GC2 2 6 10 3/8 (264) 7 3/16 (183) 10 5/8 (270)(6)
U1 10 12 7 3/4 (197) 5 3/16 (132) 7 5/16 (186)
U1R 11 12 7 3/4 (197) 5 3/16 (132) 7 5/16 (186)
U2 10 12 6 5/16 (160) 5 3/16 (160) 7 1/8 (181)
BCI / JIS Reference Chart
BEST FIT ESTIMATE – BCI GROUP SIZE
BCI
Group
No.
BCI
Assembly
Figure
Maximum JIS
Dimensions (mm) JIS Reference Size Number Information
Length Width Height JIS Type Description Conventional
21 10 202 173 225 50D20R N50S
21R 11 202 173 225 50D20L N50SL
24 10 260 173 225 48D26R, 55D26R, 65D26R, 75D26R, 80D26R N50, N50Z, NS70
24R 11 260 173 225 48D26L, 55D26L, 65D26L, 75D26L, 80D26L N50L, N50ZL, NS70L
25 10 232 173 225 55D23R, 65D23R, 70D23L, 75D23R
27 10 306 173 225 65D31R, 75D31R, 95D23R N70, N70B, NX120
27R 11 306 173 225 65D31L, 75D31L, 95D31L N70L, N70ZL, NX120-7L
29H(7) 10 410 176 234 95E41R, 105E41R, 115E41R, 130E41R, 95E41L,
105E41L, 115E4IL, 130E41L
N100
35 11 232 173 225 55D23L, 65D23L, 70D23L, 75D23L
51(8) 10 238 135 227 46B24R, 50B24R, 55B24R, 32C24R N40, NS60
51R(8) 11 238 129 227 46B24L, 50B24L, 55B24L, 32C24L N40L, NS60L
151R 28 188 125 225 44B19L (S)
4D 8 505
508
182
222
257
257
15F51,(9)145F51,(9)150F51,(9)170F51,(9)14G51,
165G51, 180G51, 195G51
N120,(9)NS150,(9)
8D 8 521 278 270 180H52, 245H52 N200
N/A(8) 11 194 126 224 S34B20L – Toyota Prius: Remote Venting
N/A 10 165 124 218 S34B24R – Honda Insight
N/A 11 248 127 190 46A24L – Mazda Miata: Remote Venting
N/A — 167 127 227 28B17L, 34B17L, 28B17R, 34B17R
N/A — 187 127 227 34B19L, 34B19R
5 Maximum height dimensions shown includes batteries with raised quarter cover design. Flat-top design model height (minus quarter
covers) reduced approximately 3/8 inch (10 mm).
6 Height may vary with different terminal types.
7 BCI GRoup 29H is 76 mm shorter in length than JIS designated part.
8 OEM post may be small diameter
9 BCI designated Group 4D is 38 mm wider than JIS part. 4D will fit most JIS applications.
Cat Battery Specifications
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BCI / JIS Reference Chart (Cont'd.)
BEST FIT ESTIMATE – BCI GROUP SIZE (Cont'd.)
BCI
Group
No.
BCI
Assembly
Figure
Maximum JIS
Dimensions (mm) JIS Reference Size Number Information
Length Width Height JIS Type Description Conventional
N/A — 197 129 227 38B20L, 38B20R
N/A — 187 127 184 26A19L, 26A19R
N/A — 187 127 187 26A19L, 26A19R, 28A19R, 32A19R
N/A — 167 127 227 26B17L, 26B17R
N/A — 187 127 227 28B19L, 28B19R
N/A — 197 129 227 36B20L, 36B20R
JIS Number Interpretation:
Example – 55D23R
• 55 – Performance
• D – Classification by battery width x container height
• 23 – Approximate battery length in mm when multiplied by 10.
• R – Last letter designated polarity: R = standard (LHF), L= Reversed (RHF)- Left Hand Positive Termination
The information contained in this chart is deemed accurate and appropriate at the time of its publication. It represents out “best fit estimate” of the BCI group
size to the JIS dimensional reference size. BCI provides this information as a service to the subscribers of the Data Book. While BCI strives for accuracy, it
makes no promises or warranties regarding the accuracy or usefulness of this information and expressly disclaim any liability related to the use or reliability
of the information contained in this chart. BCI, its officer, directors, employees, agents and its member affiliates cannot be held liable for the accuracy or use
this data.
BCI / DIN / EN Reference Chart
EUROPEAN REFERENCE INFORMATION
BCI
Group
Number
BCI
Assembly
Figure
Maximum Dimensions (mm)
Holddown
Lifting
Ledge
Positive
Terminal
Location DIN Code
EN
CodesLength Width Height
40R 15 278 175 175 B1 No Right T6 LB3 66LB
41 15 293 175 175 B4 No Right T65 N/A 54LB
42 15 242 175 175 B4 No Right T5 LB2 45LB
47 24 242 175 190 B3 Yes Right H5 L2 55L2
48 24 278 175 190 B3 Yes Right H6 L3 66L3
49 24 354 175 190 B3 Yes Right H8 L5 99L5
90 24 242 175 175 B3 Yes Right T5 LB2 45LB
91 24 278 175 175 B3 Yes Right T6 LB3 66LB
92 24 315 175 175 B3 Yes Right T7 LB4 77LB
93 24 354 175 175 B3 Yes Right T8 LB5 88LB
94R 24 315 175 190 B3 Yes Right H7 L$ 77L4
95R 24 394 175 190 B3 Yes Right H9 L6
97R 15 252 175 190 B4 No Right H5 L2 55L2
98R 15 283 175 190 B4 No Right H6 L3 66L3
99 34 207 175 175 B1 Yes Left T4 LB1 36LB
99R 24 210 175 175 B3 Yes Right T4 LB1 36LR
N/A N/A 175 175 190 B3 Yes Right H3 Lo 32LO
N/A N/A 207 175 190 B3 Yes Right H4 L1 45L1
CAUTION
These are common holddown types but others may be used.
Holddown descriptions:
B1 = 10.5 mm high with 3 or 5 notches.
B3 = 10.5 mm high on sides with 3 or 4 notches on sides and 3 notches on side only.
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BCI / DIN / EN Reference Chart (Cont'd.)
B1
Base holddown 10.5 mm
(on long sides)
B3
Base holddown 10.5 mm
(on long and short sides)
B4
Base holddown 19 mm
(on long sides)
This chart is provided for reference purposes only and is deemed accurate as of the printing of the Data book. BCI, its members, officers, directors agents
and employees expressly deny any responsibility for the accuracy of the information provided. BCI disclaims any warranty, expressed or implied, for its accu-
racy. BCI also denies any liability for damages as a consequence of using this information.
Conversion Chart
SAE EN IEC DIN JIS SAE JIS SAE
155 145 100 90 26A17 225 55D26 348
200 180 130 110 26A19 201 65D26 413
250 230 160 140 28A19 248 75D26 490
300 280 195 170 32A19 294 80D26 582
350 330 225 200 26B17 225 65D31 389
400 360 260 225 28B17 246 75D31 447
450 420 290 255 34B17 279 95D31 622
500 480 325 280 28B19 247 95E41 512
550 520 355 310 34B19 272 105E41 577
600 540 390 335 36B20 274 115E41 651
650 600 420 365 38B20 332 130E41 799
700 640 450 395 46B24 325 115F51 638
750 680 485 420 50B24 390 145F51 780
800 760 515 450 55B24 433 150F51 916
850 790 550 480 32C24 238 170F51 1045
900 860 580 505 50D20 306 145G51 754
950 900 615 535 55D23 356 165G51 933
1000 940 645 560 65D23 420 180G51 1090
1050 1000 680 590 70D23 490 195G51 1146
1100 1040 710 620 75D23 520 190H52 624
1150 1080 745 645 48D26 278 245H52 1532
1200 1150 775 675
1250 1170 810 700
1300 1220 840 730
1350 1270 870 760
1400 1320 905 790
1450 1360 935 815
1500 1410 975 820
1540 1450 1000 870
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Battery Safety
Cigarettes, flames or sparks could cause battery
to explode. Always shield eyes and face from
battery. Do not charge or use booster cables or
adjust post connections without proper instruc-
tion and training.
KEEP VENT CAPS TIGHT AND LEVEL.
Contains sulfuric acid. Avoid contact with skin,
eyes or clothing. In event of accident flush with
water and call a physician immediately.
KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN.
CALIFORNIA PROPOSITION 65 WARNING
Batteries, battery posts, terminals and related accessories contain lead and lead compounds, and other chemicals
known to the state of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm.
Wash hands after handling.
DO NOT INHALE SULFURIC ACID MIST
DANGER OF EXPLODING BATTERIES
Batteries contain sulfuric acid and produce explosive mixtures of hydrogen and oxygen. Because self-discharge ac-
tion generates hydrogen gas even when the battery is not in operation, make sure batteries are stored and worked
on in a well-ventilated area. ALWAYS wear safety glasses and a face shield when working on or near batteries.
When working with batteries:
• Always wear proper eye, face and hand protection.
• Keep all sparks, flames and cigarettes away from the battery.
• Do not attempt to open a flush cover battery.
• Never lean over battery while boosting, testing or charging.
• Cover vent caps with a damp cloth and hand protection
to minimize gas seepage.
• Make sure work area is well ventilated.
• Do not remove or damage vent caps
• Do not breathe acid mist.
SAFE BATTERY INSTALLATION
To assure safe installation and proper operation, follow these installation procedures:
• Always wear proper eye, face and hand protection.
• Disconnect ground cable first (this is usually the negative cable; however, older vehicles may have a positive
ground).
• Remove old battery – note position of positive (+) terminal and negative (–) terminal.
Mark the cables for correct connection to new battery.
• Clean terminals and cable connections with a wire brush.
Broken connections or frayed or cut cables should be replaced.
• Install the new battery in the same position as the old one.
Be sure to secure it with the hold-down assembly.
• Make sure the terminals do not touch any metal mounting, engine or body parts.
• Connect cables tightly. Connect ground cable last to avoid sparks and explosion.
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Battery Safety (Cont'd.)
SAFE CHARGING
Before beginning the charging operation, read and follow the instructions that come with the charger. Never attempt
to charge a battery without first reviewing the instructions for the charger being used. In addition to the charger
manufacturer’s instructions, these general precautions should be followed:
• Always charge batteries in a well-ventilated area and wear proper eye protection.
• Turn the charger and timer “OFF” before connecting the leads to the battery to avoid dangerous sparks.
• To avoid an explosion, never try to charge a visibly damaged or frozen battery.
• Connect the charger leads to the battery; red positive (+) lead to the positive (+) terminal and black negative (–)
lead to the negative (–) terminal. If the battery is still in the vehicle, connect the negative lead to the engine block,
away from the battery, to serve as a ground. (If the vehicle is positive grounded, connect the positive lead to the
engine block.)
• Make sure that the leads to the connections are tight
• Set the timer, turn the charger on and slowly increase the charging rate until the desired ampere value is
reached.
• If the battery becomes hot or if violent gassing or spewing of electrolyte occurs, reduce the charging rate or tem-
porarily halt the charger.
• Always turn the charger “OFF” before removing charger leads from the battery to avoid dangerous sparks.
HANDLING BATTERY ACID
Battery acid, or electrolyte, is a solution of sulfuric acid and water that can destroy clothing and burn the skin. Use
extreme caution when handling electrolyte and keep an acid neutralizing solution - such as baking soda or house-
hold ammonia mixed with water - readily available. When handling batteries:
• Always wear proper eye, face and hand protection.
• If the electrolyte is splashed into an eye, immediately force the eye open and flood it with clean, cool water for at
least 15 minutes. Get prompt medical attention.
• If electrolyte is taken internally, drink large quantities of water or milk.DO NOT induce vomiting. Call a physician
immediately.
• Neutralize with baking soda any electrolyte that spills on a vehicle or in the work area. After neutralizing, rinse
contaminated area clean with water.
Mixing acid can be very dangerous! Do not attempt without proper training. To prepare electrolyte of a specific grav-
ity, always pour the concentrated acid slowly into the water; DO NOT pour water into the acid. Always stir the water
while adding small amounts of acid. If noticeable heat develops, allow the solution to cool before continuing to add
acid.
SAFE BOOSTER CABLE OPERATION
When jump starting, always wear proper eye protection and never lean over battery. Do not jump start a damaged
battery, inspect both batteries before connecting booster cable. Be sure vent caps are tight and level, place a damp
cloth over the vent caps of both batteries. Make certain that the vehicles and cable ends are not touching and both
ignition switches are turned to the “OFF” position:
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Battery Safety (Cont'd.)
Jump Starting Diagram
PROTECT YOUR EYES!
IMPORTANT! Connect to a ground,
away from the battery...away from
moving fan and gas lines.
1. Connect positive (+) booster cable to positive (+) terminal of discharged battery.
2. Connect other end of positive (+) cable to positive (+) terminal of assisting battery.
3. Connect negative (–) cable to negative ( –) terminal of assisting battery.
4. MAKE FINAL CONNECTION OF NEGATIVE (–) CABLE TO ENGINE BLOCK OF STALLED VEHICLE, AWAY FROM
BATTERY.
5. Start vehicle and remove cables in REVERSE order of connections.
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Battery Care and Maintenance
Always Wear Eye Protection When Working Around Batteries!
Basic Rules for Battery Care & Maintenance
Safety Precautions
California Proposition 65 Warning: Batteries, battery posts, terminals and related accessories contain lead and lead
compounds, and other chemicals known to the state of California to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproduc-
tive harm. Wash hands after handling!
Warning: Follow all safety instructions when handling batteries! Always wear safety glasses and a face shield when
working on or near batteries.
All batteries generate explosive hydrogen gas. Keep sparks, flames and cigarettes away from batteries at all times.
Do not connect or disconnect “live” circuits. To avoid creating sparks, always turn charging and testing equipment
off before attaching or removing clamps.
ALWAYS DISCONNECT GROUNDED CABLE FIRST AND CONNECT IT LAST TO PREVENT DANGEROUS SPARKS.
Perform all work in a well ventilated area. Never lean directly over a battery while boosting, testing or charging it.
PROTECT YOUR EYES!
Batteries contain corrosive sulfuric acid that can destroy clothing and burn the skin. Neutralize acid spills with a
paste made of baking soda and water or large quantities of water. BE CAREFUL!
In-Vehicle Service and Testing
Follow safety precautions:
Wear Proper Eye Protection!
Prior to any testing, visually inspect the battery. Look for:
• Cracked or broken case or cover
• Loose cable connections
• Leaking case-to-cover seal
• Corrosion
• Damaged or leaking terminals
Neutralize any corrosion with a baking soda/water paste or battery cleaner spray. Scrape or brush off the residue
and wash the area with clean water. Following your visual inspection, check the battery’s state of charge with a
voltmeter.
You must boost charge a weak battery before load testing. (See charging chart under “Charging Tips” section.) If
fully charged, perform a load test. PROTECT YOUR EYES!
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Battery Care and Maintenance
(Cont'd.)
Dry Charge Activation
Important…WEAR PROPER EYE PROTECTION!
1. Fill each cell to proper level with battery-grade sulfuric acid of 1.265 specific gravity. Battery and acid must be
at a temperature of 60°F to 100°F (16°C to 38°C) at time of filling.
2. Boost charge 12V batteries at 15 amps until specific gravity is 1.250 or higher and the electrolyte temperature is
at least 60°F (15.5°C). BOTH CONDITIONS MUST BE MET. (Boost charge 6V and 12V heavy-duty batteries at 30
amps.) If violent gassing or spewing occurs, reduce charge rate.
3. After charging, check electrolyte levels. If required, add additional electrolyte to bring all levels to the bottom of
the vent wells. DO NOT OVERFILL. If the battery requires top-off while in service, add distilled water…DO NOT
ADD ACID.
Safe Installation
Follow safety precautions:
Wear Proper Eye Protection!
1. Before removing old battery, mark the positive (+) and negative (–) cables for proper connection to the new
battery.
2. Always disconnect the ground cable first [usually negative (–)] to avoid any sparking around battery. Then dis-
connect the positive (+) cable and carefully remove the old battery.
3. Clean and inspect. If necessary, repaint or replace the tray, hold-down and/or battery cables. Cable ends must
be clean and corrosion free. Cable must not be frayed or bare.
4. Put corrosion protection washers on battery terminals. Install new battery in same position as old one and tight-
en hold-down. Be sure terminals will clear hood, fender, box lid, etc. to avoid vehicle damage and/or explosion.
5. Connect positive (+) cable first. Connect ground cable last. If side terminal connection, use a special side termi-
nal torque tool to tighten side terminal cables to avoid damage. Never overtighten or hammer cables onto
terminals.
6. Coat terminals and cable connection with a corrosion protection spray.
Check the Charging System
The voltage regulator should be checked every 10,000 miles or every time you change oil. It should be checked im-
mediately if the battery is hot to the touch, if electrolyte is bubbling or spewing from the vents, if your hydrometer
reading is below 1.225 or above 1.300, or if the open circuit voltage is below 12.4 volts or above 12.9 volts. Overcharg-
ing is evident by excessive water consumption and/or spewing or bubbling of electrolyte out of the vents. Under-
charging is evident by slow cranking or lights dimming at idle.
Load Testing
Follow safety precautions:
Wear Proper Eye Protection!
First perform an open circuit voltage test, then an adjustable load test. A load test is the best way to determine if the
battery is delivering adequate electrical performance. Make sure your variable load tester is working properly.
1. You can't load test a discharged battery. If the voltage is below 12.4, be sure to completely charge it before con-
tinuing. Refer to the charging chart under “Charging Tips” section for important information.
2. To avoid sparking and explosive gasses, be sure load tester is OFF and battery is disconnected before hook-up.
Use computer memory saver to retain the vehicle’s electronic memory while the battery is disconnected.
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Battery Care and Maintenance
(Cont'd.)
3. Connect the positive (+) tester clamp to the positive (+) battery terminal. Then connect the negative (–) tester
clamp to the negative (–) battery terminal. Always protect your eyes.
4. Set the tester for one-half the battery‘s 0°F cold crank rating and apply the load for 15 seconds. (If the CCA rat-
ing is unknown, use 1/2 of the minimum O.E. battery CCA requirement of the vehicle.)
5. Estimate the internal temperature of the battery to the nearest 10°F. Apply the load for 15 seconds. Note the volt-
age at 15 seconds with the load on and immediately shut the load off. A reading at least equal to the value from
the chart below indicates a good battery.
6. If the battery did not meet the required voltage and if it was not charged in Step 1, completely recharge the bat-
tery and repeat the test. If it still fails to meet requirements, replace the battery.
Battery
Temperature
12-Volt
Battery
6-Volt
Battery
70°F (21°C) or above 9.60 4.80
60°F (16°C) 9.50 4.75
50°F (10°C) 9.40 4.70
40°F (4°C) 9.30 4.65
30°F (1°C) 9.10 4.55
20°F (6°C) 8.90 4.45
10°F (12°C) 8.70 4.35
0°F (18°C) 8.50 4.25
Conductance Testing
Follow safety precautions:
Wear Proper Eye Protection!
Conductance uses the battery’s response to a very small signal in an attempt to predict the effects of a much larger
current. Conductance testing is ineffective on a discharged battery. If the battery is known to be discharged or if the
tester tells the operator to charge before testing again, the battery must be completely recharged.
1. It may not be required to turn a conductance tester off or on. If off, you must turn on immediately when con-
nected to a battery. Most will turn off automatically if ignored long enough. Some have no battery of their own
and get all their power from the battery being tested.
2. Connect the positive (+) tester clamp to the positive (+) battery terminal. Then connect the negative (–) tester
clamp to the negative (–) battery terminal. If the battery has more than one pair of terminals (e.g. top posts and
side terminals) always perform the testing on the terminals that are used in the vehicle. Use the proper charging
adapters for stud or side terminal batteries. Never connect tester to a bolt or stud.
3. Turn on if needed. Enter the requested information. Be sure to distinguish between a CCA rating and a CA or
MCA rating. If no rating is available, use the minimum O.E. battery CCA requirement of the vehicle.
4. If the tester says to replace a battery that was tested in the vehicle, repeat the testing after removing the cables
and cleaning the posts.
Check the State of Charge
There are two styles of battery…non-accessible maintenance-free types and accessible maintainable types with
removable vent caps.
Before adding water to a maintainable battery, take an open circuit voltage reading and/or hydrometer reading of
one cell. Use a different cell each time. If the readings are below 75%, charge the battery. If the electrolyte level is
too low to read with a hydrometer, add water and take the hydrometer reading the following day, after the vehicle
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Battery Care and Maintenance
(Cont'd.)
has been driven and the water has had an opportunity to mix. Check electrolyte levels in all cells. If necessary, add
only clear, odorless drinking water to bring the liquid level to the level indicator or to 1/2” (13 mm) above the top of
the separators. Distilled water is preferred, especially if the water in your area has high iron. Do not overfill any
cells. Excess electrolyte may be forced from an overfilled cell and cause corrosion on adjacent metal parts, reduce
performance, and shorten life. In cold weather, do not fill cells with water and let stand without running engine or
driving the vehicle long enough to allow water to mix with acid. Otherwise, freezing might occur and the battery may
crack or explode.
Maintenance-free, non-accessible batteries are designed to eliminate the need to add water. Yet the volume of elec-
trolyte above plates may eventually become depleted due to abnormal conditions such as high heat or improper reg-
ulator setting. Use a voltmeter to check the state of charge. See chart under “CHARGING TIPS” to determine if
charging is necessary. DO NOT OPEN FLUSH COVER BATTERIES! If opened, serious personal injury can result and
warranty will be voided.
Charging Tips
Follow safety precautions:
Wear Proper Eye Protection!
• To avoid a battery explosion, never attempt to charge a frozen battery. Allow it to warm up to room temperature
before placing on charge.
• Warning: Gel and AGM (Absorbed Glass Mat) batteries require a voltage-limited charger. Charging a Gel or AGM
battery on a typical shop charger – even one time– may greatly shorten its life.
• Important: Never overcharge batteries. Excessive charging will shorten battery life.
• Prior to charging, read the manufacturer’s instructions for proper charger hook-up and use.
• Turn charger off prior to hook-up to avoid dangerous sparks. PROTECT YOUR EYES!
• Warning: If the electrolyte is accessible, verify that plates are covered before beginning to charge. At the end of
charge, add distilled water as needed to bring levels to the proper height. If water is added, charge for an addi-
tional 30 minutes to mix. If electrolyte levels are low, but battery is not accessible, remove battery from service.
• The maximum charge rate in amperes should be no more than 1/3 of the battery’s reserve capacity minute rating.
If the terminal voltage exceeds 16.0 volts while charging, reduce the charge rate.
• Continue charging and reduce the rate as needed until a two-hour period results in no increase in voltage or de-
crease in current.
• If violent gassing or spewing of electrolyte occurs, or the battery case feels hot to the touch, temporarily reduce
or halt charging.
Voltage
State
of
Charge
Approx. Battery Charging Time (1) to Full Charge at 80°F / 27°C
Standard Battery Maximum Rate At
6 V 12 V 50 Amps 30 Amps 20 Amps 10 Amps
6.3 12.6 100% — Full Charge —
6.2 12.4 75% 20 min. 35 min. 48 min. 90 min.
6.1 12.2 50% 45 min. 75 min. 95 min. 180 min.
6.0 12.0 25% 65 min. 115 min. 145 min. 280 min.
5.9 11.8 0% 85 min. 150 min. 195 min. 370 min.
1 Charging time depends upon battery capacity, condition, age, temperature and efficiency of charger.
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Battery Care and Maintenance
(Cont'd.)
Side Terminal Charging Posts
Side Terminal Charging Posts should be used to ensure the best testing and charging results for side terminal bat-
teries. The charging posts will provide a flush lead-to-lead contact. Be sure to tighten the charging post until it is
snug and secure. This will allow a strong current to pass from the charging post to the battery terminal.
DO NOT USE Battery Bolt Extenders or Battery Bolts for testing or charging batteries. They do not provide the neces-
sary lead-to-lead contact, and can reduce your cold cranking amperage (CCA) and state of charge readings. Bat-
teries should be boost charged if the open circuit volt-age (voltmeter) reading is below 12.4 volts. See charging
chart below.
Rotate Battery Stock
Use oldest batteries first. Batteries require periodic stock rotation and routine charging. Always rotate stock using
the FIFO (First In, First Out) method…NOT FISH (First In, Still Here).
Shipping Date Code
Month Year
A – January 2 – 2012
B – February 3 – 2013
C – March 4 – 2014
D – April 5 – 2015
E – May 6 – 2016
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Battery Care and Maintenance
(Cont'd.)
Shipping Date Code
Month Year
F – June 7 – 2017
G – July 8 – 2018
H – August 9 – 2019
J – September 0 – 2020
K – October 1 – 2021
L – November 2 – 2022
M – December 3 – 2023
Example: L0 – Battery shipped November 2010
Always use oldest batteries first.
REMEMBER…WET OR DRY, ALWAYS ROTATE YOUR STOCK!
Battery Storage Tips
Batteries should be stored in a cool, dry area in an upright position. Never stack batteries directly on top of each
other unless they’re in cartons. Do not stack more than 3 high (2 high if battery type is heavy commercial).
Test wet batteries every 4–6 months and recharge if necessary. Always test and charge if necessary before
installation.
(See “Charging Tips” sections.)
Sell Plenty of Power
Sell cranking amps…Not months of warranty!
Always sell your customers a battery that has enough cranking power and
reserve capacity to get the job done. Consider the vehicle manufacturer’s
recommended capacity to be a minimum-capacity guideline. A vehicle that
has a lot of electrical accessories such as on-board computers, air condi-
tioning, two way radios, etc. will need a more powerful battery for optimum
performance.
80°
32°
0°-18°
0°
27°
Along with electrical accessories, temperature also has an effect on battery
performance. Vehicles operated in extremely cold climates will need a bat-
tery rated well above the O.E. recommendation. Likewise, vehicles operated
in hot climates will not need extremely high CCA ratings.
Point these facts out to your customers and sell up to the higher grade levels
if necessary.
Remember, you can’t sell a battery with too much power in colder
climates!
Temperature has a dramatic effect on a battery’s ability to crank an engine. Not only does cold rob batteries of
power, it also stiffens motor oil making engines harder to start. And heat can damage batteries by causing internal
components to wear out quickly while also making engines difficult to start.
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Battery Care and Maintenance
(Cont'd.)
Jump Starting
Refer to owner‘s manual for manufacturer‘s recommended procedure.
Shield eyes and face at all times…Never lean directly over battery when testing, jump starting or performing other
maintenance.
Be sure vent caps are tight and level. Place a damp rag over the vent caps of both batteries. Be sure vehicles do not
touch each other.
1. Connect one end of positive (+) booster cable to positive (+) terminal of discharged battery, wired to starter or
solenoid.
2. Connect other end of positive (+) booster cable to positive (+) terminal of booster battery.
3. Connect one end of negative (–) booster cable to negative (–) terminal of booster battery, wired to ground.
4. Complete hook-up by connecting other end of negative (–) booster cable to engine block of stalled vehicle — as
far away from battery as possible...AWAY FROM MOVING FAN AND GAS LINES.
5. Start both vehicles and remove cables in reverse order of connection. Discard the rags.
See diagram below for proper hookup.
Jump Starting Diagram
PROTECT YOUR EYES!
IMPORTANT! Connect to a ground, away from battery...away from moving fan and gas lines.
* Source: Battery Council International
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Electrical Parts
Battery Accessories
Note: Ratings and Part Numbers are subject to change without notice
Part Number Description
295-2618 Pocket Multimeter
Wing Nuts
Part Number Description Where Used
2B-9498 Wing Nut For use with 175-4390, 175-4370, 175-4360, and 8C-3628
3B-0723 Wing Nut For use with 8C-3638, 8C-3639 and Marine Batteries
177-2330 Digital Battery Analyzer
SMCS Code: 1401-081, 0785
Model: All
Warranty: One Year
• Replaces 127-8078 Battery Analyzer
• Used to quickly and accurately test condition of 6 and 12 volt batteries (even discharged to as low as 4 volt
• Check for full state charge, condition of battery, and battery voltage in 20 seconds
• Test batteries in machine or vehicle without disconnecting battery cables
• Battery does not have to be fully charged at time of testing
• Saves time and money by allowing dealers to test condition of a battery while customer is present (works great
for warranty claims)
• Eliminates need to charge and discharge a battery to test its condition
• Compensates for cold temperatures when testing batteries in extreme conditions
• Power-down feature prolongs battery life in analyzer
• Analyzer has reverse polarity and is protected to 17 volts maximum
References
NEHS0764, Tool Operating Manual, Using the 177-2330 Battery Analyzer
Battery rating range:
Cold cranking amps (CCA) 50 - 4000
Cranking amps (CA) 65 - 5000
Ampere hours (A h) 6 - 500
DC voltmeter range 1.0 - 14 V
Voltmeter accuracy ±0.1 V
Power source 9 V battery or test battery
Test time 20 seconds
Analyzer cable length 815 mm (32 in)
Overall size 210 x 140 x 38 mm (8.25 x 5.5 x 1.5 in)
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Electrical Parts
177-2330 Digital Battery Analyzer (Cont'd.)
Battery rating range:
Weight 0.68 kg (1.5 lb)
Operating temperature range 0° to 50° C (32° to 120° F)
Storage temperature range -20° to 70° C (0° to 160° F)
Over voltage protection Up to 18 V
Part Number Description
177-2330 Digital Battery Analyzer
4C-4911 Battery Load Tester
SMCS Code: 1401-081, 0785
Model: All Models
Warranty: One Year
• Used to test 6, 8 and 12 volt heavy equipment and automotive batteries
• Has built-in LCD digital voltmeter and ammeter
• Load adjustment knob for current drawn from battery to be adjusted up to maxi-
mum of 1000 amperes
• Cooled by internal fan automatically activated when load applied to prevent car-
bon pile overheating
• Large, 15 mm (0.59 in) high display digits are easier to read
Reference
SEHS9249, Special Instruction
Load test 6, 8 and 12 V batteries
Load current 0 - 1000 A (carbon pile)
Duty cycle Continuous, limited only by cable and
clamp heating
Operating temperature 0° - 50° C (32° ± 122° F)
Voltmeter accuracy 0.1% of full scale ± 1 digit
Ammeter accuracy ±3% of reading ± 1 digit
Size 33 x 33 x 30 cm (13 x 13 x 12 in)
Weight 12.428 kg (27.375 lb)
Part Number Description
4C-4911 Battery Load Tester
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Electrical Parts
271-8590 24-Volt Analyzer Group
Model: All
Warranty: Manufacturer’s
European Union compliant, CE marked
• Used to perform battery, electrical system, and diode tests
• Used with 225-8266 Amp Probe and 271-8585 Printer
• Used on 12 and 24 volt electrical systems (digital circuitry accurately controls testing — requires minimal
interaction)
• Hand-held
• Large, backlit display requires less scrolling, provides more information
• Long 4.6 m (15.0 ft) cables allow operator to perform tests from cab of machine
• Step-by-step instructions quickly and easily guide technician through tests
• Tests flooded lead acid and absorbed glass mat (AGM) batteries with 50 to 4000 Cold Cranking Amp (CCA),
Cranking Amp (CA), Amp Hours (A-HR), Japanese Industrial Standard (JIS), or German-Deutsche Industry Norm
(DIN) capacity ratings
• Tests battery pack configurations, through algorithm design: - single battery, 6- or 12-volt - 2 batteries in series,
24-volt - 2, 3, or 4 batteries in parallel, 12-volt - 2 banks in parallel, each bank with batteries in series, 24-volt
• Internal resistance loads are applied for all configurations
• Amp clamp connections allow use of optional amp clamp cables for current drain and starting/charging tests
• Features infrared communications compatibility for optional wireless printer with user defined header and foot-
er for custom printouts
• PC interface port allows unit updates as new software is released — download software for new battery types,
system updates, and features
• Ergonomically designed over-molded surround with soft-touch keys for easy operation while wearing gloves
during cold weather
• Security cable connection tethers tool in order to prevent drops or for security purposes
• Includes 24-volt analyzer, test cables, battery terminal adapters, manual, and case with foam insert
Repair Information
The unit is warrantied by the manufacturer for 3 years from the date of receipt. Cables are warrantied for 90 days
from the date of receipt. If the unit needs servicing, contact the manufacturer’s repair facility.
SPX Service Repair
755 Eisenhower Drive
Owatonna, MN 55060
Attn: Repair Department
Phone: 800-344-4013
Visit the SPX Repair Track web link to complete and submit the form for proper authorization: https://repairtrack.
spx.com
Reference
NEHS0973, Tool Operating Manual, 271-8590 Analyzer Group (24 Volt)
Item Description
Battery tests Flooded lead acid (FLA) absorbed glass mat (AGM)
Cold cranking amp range 50 - 4000 CCA / 24 V
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Electrical Parts
271-8590 24-Volt Analyzer Group (Cont'd.)
Battery voltage Single, series, or parallel to 24 V
Electrical system tests 12 and 24 V, starting/charging/diode test
Scales CCA, CA, AHR, MCA, JIS, DIN
PC interface For field software updates
IR compatible For optional infrared wireless printer
Amp clamp ports For optional amp clamp connections
Display Backlit 4 x 20 character display
Part Number Description
271-8590 24-Volt Analyzer Group
Replacement Parts
271-8587 Test cables, 4.6 m (15 ft)
271-8589 Analyzer Only
281-1947 Rechargeable Battery
281-1950 Carrying Case with Foam Insert
Optional Accessories
184-7679 Paper - Roll
225-8266 Clamp On Ammeter (400, 1200 A ranges)
271-8585 Optional Printer Group
281-1948 Printer Serial Cable
245-5829 Battery and Coolant Refractometer
• Used to measure freezing point of coolants plus battery charge condition.
• Refractometer uses a prism and lens with simple focus adjustment to provide ac-
curate and repeatable measurements on easy to read scales.
• Easy to operate.
• Automatic temperature compensation (ATC).
• Requires only 2 to 3 drops of solution.
• Carrying case and calibration screwdriver included.
• Reads degrees Centigrade and Fahrenheit.
Range Resolution
-60 to 32°F propylene glycol freeze point 10°F
-50 to 0°C ethylene glycol freeze point 5°C
1.15 to 1.30 specific gravity of battery acid 0.01
Product Part Number
Battery and Coolant Refractometer 245-5829
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Electrical Parts
Battery Post Set
Part Number Description
4C-5637 10 mm (3/8 in) Female for Stud Type Batteries
4C-5638 10 mm (3/8 in) Male for Side Terminal Batteries
Booster Cables
• Professional quality
• Ensure quick and efficient connections
• Designed for convenience and safety
• Replacement clamps available
Part Number Length Gauge
Gauge
(circular mil) Jacket
Clamp
Rating
Side
Terminal
Adapters
Approx.
Individual Weight
Heavy Duty and Super Heavy Duty Cables
4C-4934 (1) 4 m (12 ft) 5 AWG 32,900 T-94 (2) 500 A Yes 3.6 kg (7.94 lb)
4C-4938 5 m (15 ft) 1/0 AWG 106,400 T-94 (2) 800 A No 7.3 kg (16.09 lb)
Booster Cables
300-5899 6 m (20 ft) 2 AWG 62,450 T-94 (2) 600P No 6.4 kg (14.11 lb)
4C-4933 4 m (12 ft) 4 AWG 37,360 T-94 (2) 500E No 2.7 kg (5.95 lb)
4C-4935 5 m (16 ft) 4 AWG 37,360 T-94 (2) 500E No 3.6 kg (7.94 lb)
4C-4936 6 m (20 ft) 4 AWG 37,360 T-94 (2) 500E No 4.1 kg (9.04 lb)
1 Equipped with stop/go light — red L.E.D.s warn operator if polarity is reversed
2 T-94: fl exible to 4° C (-40° F)
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Electrical Parts
Portable Chargers
Warranty: Manufacturer, Mixed (3)
4C-4924
• Chargers all standard and maintenance free 6/12 Volt Batteries with 4 charging
positions
• Fully portable
• Fan cooling mechanism prevents overheating enhancing unit’s life span
significantly
• Certified for outdoor use in any weather
• Cautions against incorrect polarity with patented “stop-go-light” technology
• 500 Amp clamps are covered with vinyl insulation; will not arc or spark
200-6319
• Analyzes battery condition and automatically selects proper charging technique
• Voltage controlled charging
• Suitable for flooded batteries including GEL and AGM
• Utilizes three color LEDS to monitor charging status
• Program for deep discharge recovery of flooded batteries
• Capable of charging both small and large batteries
• Switch for selecting battery type
• Maintains battery charge, can be left connected to battery
Part
Number
Battery
Voltage AC Input
Continuous
Rating
Amps
Boost
Rating
Cranking
Assist
Rating Timer Weight AC Cord DC Leads
Clamp
Rating
Shipping
Dimen-
sions (H x
W x D)
4C-4924 Specifications
4C-4924
(3)
6/12 Volt 120VAC,
12.9A,
60Hz
70/60 Amp 420 Amp 230 Amp 90 min
Auto
17 kg
(38 lb)
(6 1/2 ft)
2 m
7 ft 4/AWG 500 Amp –
200-6319 Specifications
200-6319
(3)
12 Volt 120VAC,
2.2A, 60Hz
10 Amp – – – 5 kg
(11 lb)
(6 ft)
1.8 m
6 ft 16/
AWG
50 Amp 10 in x 9 in
x 9 in
Battery Post Brush
Warranty: Caterpillar Standard Warranty, 6 Months
• Stiff wire bristles thoroughly clean posts
Part Number Description
1U-9921 Battery Post Brush
3 Part number 200-6319: One Year; Part number 4C-4924: One Year on parts/labor, five years on transformer/rectifier
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140-9944 Terminal Kit
SMCS Code: 1400-023, 0700
Model: All Cat Engines
Warranty: Six Months
• Replaces discontinued 1P-2305 Terminal Kit
• Used to repair wiring harness terminal ends which have become damaged or
unserviceable
• Hand crimping tool has built-in dies for crimping insulated and non-insulated ter-
minals, cutting edges for cutting wire, notches for stripping 10 to 22 gauge wire,
shears for cutting up to 4.7 mm (0.18 in) diameter bolts, 2-thread chasers for
screws with 24 and 32 threads-per-inch screws, and a scale for measuring screw
length
• Splice connectors have hot-melt adhesive and shrink ends that when heated will
provide an environmental seal around wire
Qty. Shipped Part No. Description Replacement Qty.
1 140-9944 Terminal Kit 1
Terminal and Wire Splice Service/Repair Parts
1 9S-9150 Terminal Crimp Tool 1
10 2L-8058 Terminal (8 Gauge 1/4 in Stud) 10
10 2L-8066 Terminal (12 - 10 Gauge No. 10 Stud) 10
10 2L-8067 Terminal (12 - 10 Gauge 1/4 in Stud) 10
10 2L-8069 Terminal (12 - 10 Gauge 3/8 in Stud) 10
10 2L-8071 Terminal (12 - 10 Gauge 1/2 in Stud) 10
10 4S-1988 Terminal (Blade, Crimp Type) 50
15 136-4876 Wire Splice (12 - 10 Gauge) 1
15 136-4877 Wire Splice (16 - 14 Gauge) 1
15 136-4878 Wire Splice (22 - 18 Gauge) 1
15 2L-8077 Terminal (16 - 14 Gauge 1/4 in Stud) 15
15 2L-8079 Terminal (16 - 14 Gauge 3/8 in Stud) 15
20 2L-8075 Terminal (16 - 14 Gauge No. 8 Stud) 20
20 2L-8076 Terminal (16 - 14 Gauge No. 10 Stud) 20
30 5P-4571 Terminal (16 - 14 Gauge) 20
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175-3700 DT Connector Service Kit, 147-6456 Wedge Removal Tool
SMCS Code: 1408-023
Model: All Models with Electronic Controls
Warranty: One Year
• Used to maintain and repair Deutsch "DT" style connectors on electronic engine
control harnesses
• 175-3700 DT Connector Service Kit — connector/contact assortment for owners
of discontinued 4C-3406 Connector Service Kits which have 1U-5804 Crimp Tool
• 147-6456 Wedge Removal Tool included in kits — also available separately
Reference
SEHS9615, Special Instruction — A black plug and connector body has been re-
leased to improve sealing. Please refer to SEHS9615 for a more detailed explanation
of interchangeability.
NOTE:
1U-5804 Crimp Tool is not included but can be ordered separately.
Item Part Number Description
1 175-3700 Connector Service Kit (less crimp tool)
2 147-6456 Wedge Removal Tool (included in kit)
3 152-7997 Utility Box
9U-7560 Field Soldering Iron Group, 9U-7561 Field Soldering Iron
SMCS Code: 0709
Model: All Models
Warranty: One Year
• Used to solder electrical connections in the field — light-weight and easy to use
• Used with 4C-9024 Battery Pack Group
• Tip is temperature regulated (provides better control for outdoor usage)
• In-line fuse prevents damage and/or overload
• Plugs into any 12V vehicle cigarette lighter plug
• Optional 4C-9024 Portable Battery Pack will power 9U-7561 for 3 hours continuously
Reference
NEHS0601, Tool Operating Manual
Voltage requirement 12 VDC
Wattage 42 Watts
Tip temperature 370° C (700° F)
Length 190 mm (7.5 in)
Cord length 3.5 m (11.50 ft)
NEEG2588 Soldering Iron Label
NEEG2587 Case Label
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9U-7560 Field Soldering Iron Group, 9U-7561 Field Soldering Iron (Cont'd.)
Item Part Number Description
1 9U-7561 Soldering Iron
2 9U-7562 Solder, 0.5 kg (1 lb) Spool
3 6V-3073 Case - Plastic
— 9U-7560 Field Soldering Iron Group
Service/Repair Parts (Sold Separately)
— 2S-6024 Fuse or 333672 Fuse, 5 amp
— 6V-6024 Foam Block
— 9U-7563 Tip, Soldering Iron Replacement
5P-7277 Voltage Tester
SMCS Code: 1400-038, 1400-081, 1450-081, 1700-081, 1800-081, 3168-035, 5050-081,
7300-081, 7400-081, 7451-038
Model: 215, 428, 621E, 627E, 768C, 769C, 793 All models
Warranty: One Year
• Used to make quick checks for presence of voltage
• Indispensable for checking out circuits, relays, bulbs, wires, and switches
• Designed for voltage range from 12 to 36 volts
• Bulb lights brightly when connected to 36 volts and gets progressively dimmer
with lower voltages
• Encased in rugged, high-impact plastic housing which is grease and chemical
resistant
• Standard 8D-1429 Bulb required for replacement
Part Number Description
5P-7277 Voltage Tester
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8T-0500 Continuity Testing Light
SMCS Code: 1000-017, 1000-025, 1250-025, 1250-036, 1355-081, 1400-038, 3071-017,
3100-017, 3156-010, 3156-012, 3200-038, 3224-025, 4208-010, 5050-038, 7400-036, 7451-
038, 7401-045
Model: All Models
Warranty: One Year
• Used to test non-energized circuits; lamp comes on brightly when connected
across low resistance circuit; no light appears if resistance of circuit exceeds 10
ohms
• Designed for rugged field use
• Comes with light bulb and 2 "N" size batteries (1.5 volts) and instruction decals
Reference
NEHS0543, Special Instruction, Checking Diodes
Part Number Description
8T-0500 Light - Continuity Testing
Service/Repair Parts
4C-8363 Battery, Size N, 1.5 V
6V-3061 Bulb
CLASSICPARTS
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Classic™ Parts
Cat Classic Parts: The right durability at the right price for your mid-late lifecycle, lower usage, lighter application,
machines. Cat products have long, productive lives. As the utilization of the equipment changes, maintenance costs
often need to be re-evaluated, taking the remaining market value into consideration. Cat Classic Parts are lower-
cost, genuine Cat parts that provide acceptable service life for Cat equipment in light-duty applications. Not all Cat
premium parts have a Classic option. The Classic Parts line generally contains parts that have a greater impact on
the overall repair costs. Together with Cat premium and remanufactured parts, Cat Classic Parts help Caterpillar of-
fer value-priced repair alternatives over the entire product life cycle.
Benefits
• Lower owning and operating costs for Cat equipment in light duty applications
• Standard Cat parts warranty
• One stop shopping for all parts needs
• Quality controlled parts: Cat Classic parts approved by Caterpillar engineers, en-
suring the part will meet form, fit, or function. Quality control procedures in place
at parts locations to ensure highest quality parts are delivered
• Parts provided from the name you can trust - Cat
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Premium
Part
Number Part Name
Classic
Part
Number
100-2930 Gasket Kit - F 393-1026
100-2937 Kit - Gasket (OCL) 436-8417
100-2941 Gasket Kit 393-1020
100-2951 Gasket Kit SCH 447-8649
100-2953 Gasket Kit SCH 393-1025
100-4594 Muffler As 360-7862
100-5953 Gasket Kit - F 437-4573
100-6298 Camshaft As 398-2958
100-6920 Adapter-Nozzle 380-1552
100-7408 Camshaft As 378-4000
100-7860 Valve-Inlet 270-4360
101-0155 Pipe As-Exhaust 399-4427
101-1530 Bearing-Main 419-6382
101-1816 Bridge As-Intake 374-4689
101-1817 Bridge As-Exh 374-4690
101-1818 Bridge As-Exh 374-4691
101-3125 Gasket 420-8567
101-3374 Gear-Camshaft Dr 376-9069
101-7354 Manifold-Exhaust 386-3060
101-8644 Kit - Gasket (OCL) 436-8416
101-8740 Muffler As 360-7878
101-9640 Gear-Air Compr 398-2966
102-1561 Lifter As-Valve 311-9402
102-3927 Muffler As 420-6219
102-8501 Manifold-Exhaust 377-5853
102-8503 Manifold-Exhaust 392-4513
102-8608 Manifold-Exhaust 376-9062
103-0887 Pulley-Idler 449-9546
104-1706 Valve-Regulating 432-8281
104-3014 Gasket Kit 388-0656
104-5283 Manifold-Exhaust 394-9831
104-9635 Kit - Gasket-SCH 436-8415
105-1738 Manifold-Exhaust 374-4692
105-8651 Core As-OCLR 434-9521
106-2822 Gasket Kit 436-8376
106-8711 Elbow-Exhaust 383-3709
107-0621 Kit - Gasket-SCH 436-8414
107-7473 Muffler As. 385-7223
107-7708 Bearing-Main 419-6381
107-7750 Pulley 382-6896
107-8106 Manifold-Exh 374-7487
107-8107 Manifold-Exh 398-2926
107-8108 Manifold-Exh 385-6141
107-8109 Manifold-Exh 374-7488
107-8112 Manifold-Exh 376-9063
108-2102 Bonnet-Valve 455-3274
108-5603 Screw-Adj Arm 379-0166
108-5680 Gage-Oil Level 378-4001
108-6630 Pump Gp-F Inj - B 432-8276
108-6631 Plunger & BBL As 419-4744
108-6633 Pump Gp-Fuel Inj 420-6215
109-4848 Pulley-C Shaft 416-5507
Premium
Part
Number Part Name
Classic
Part
Number
109-6928 Gasket Kit 436-8413
109-9323 Muffler As 369-9491
109-9463 Muffler As 360-7864
110-1337 Ring Kit-PSTN 377-5834
110-5096 Head As-Cyl 394-0915
111-1757 Gasket Kit - SCH 436-8395
111-2645 Valve-Pump Byp 441-1561
111-8015 Gasket As-Head 279-4977
112-1665 Muffler As. 435-4847
112-3249 Muffler As 247-2661
112-5088 Muffler As. 396-9943
112-5089 Muffler As-NA 390-0982
112-5538 Kit - Gasket-SCH 436-8412
112-7750 Manifold-Exhaust 390-0919
112-7751 Manifold-Exhaust 390-0917
112-7993 Gasket Kit 437-3231
113-4610 Gasket Kit 436-8410
113-6200 Gasket 438-2020
114-0915 Shield As 394-0887
114-1398 Gauge-Oil Level 394-9815
114-4787 Kit - Gasket (OCL) 388-0657
115-2367 Valve-Exhaust 384-8700
115-2368 Valve-Inlet 384-8704
115-2989 Manifold-Exhaust 434-9635
115-3657 Kit - Gasket-OCL 437-4572
115-4204 Pulley As-Idler 301-5219
115-4237 Pulley-Idler 374-4693
115-4517 Core As-OCLR 421-7281
115-9398 Arm-Valve Rocker 433-0448
115-9399 Arm-Valve Rocker 433-0447
115-9400 Arm As-UI Rocker 433-0446
115-9403 Shaft As 434-7259
116-1102 Sleeve-Injector 451-9024
116-7885 Pan-Oil (Front) 379-0173
117-0456 Crankshaft As 394-2587
117-5200 Spider As-Fan 428-8686
117-7899 Gasket Kit - SCH 436-8409
117-7901 Kit - Gasket (F) 436-8397
117-9712 Shaft - Dr Idler 425-7754
118-2089 Pulley 434-2449
118-8458 Spider As-Fan 395-1306
118-9906 Muffler As 360-7865
119-2940 Gasket 378-4002
119-6772 Valve-Exhaust 384-8699
120-0300 Fan As-Radiator 419-4648
121-5455 Tube As-Exhaust 449-4735
121-5457 Tube As-Exhaust 419-4670
121-5459 Tube As.-Exhaust 420-6397
121-5461 Tube As-Exhaust 419-4666
121-7746 Pre-Cleaner As 360-2311
122-0321 Valve-Exhaust 384-8698
122-0322 Valve-Inlet 384-8703
Premium
Part
Number Part Name
Classic
Part
Number
122-8900 Kit - Gasket(F) 437-3230
123-6592 Gasket Kit 437-4571
123-6597 Gasket Kit 436-8421
124-3012 Gasket Kit 437-3229
124-3237 Pre-Cleaner As 432-4220
124-3684 Gasket Kit-SCH 437-8646
124-7566 Kit - Gasket-ACL 437-4570
124-7569 Gasket Kit 393-1041
124-7570 Kit - Gasket-ACL 437-4569
124-7609 Gear-Pump Idler 428-8504
125-2728 Core As 395-1302
125-2950 Gear As 301-4762
126-0734 Muffler As 397-5052
126-5056 Shield As-Man LH 369-9492
126-5057 Shield As-Man LH 369-9493
126-5875 Flywheel As. 374-4694
126-7134 Pipe As-Exhaust 451-9032
126-8557 Pulley 433-2027
127-1517 Gasket Kit - F 437-4568
127-1518 Gasket Kit - F 437-4567
127-2194 Gasket Kit-SCH 437-8645
127-3467 Manifold-Exhaust 394-9827
127-4525 Gage As 386-3043
127-4953 Gasket Kit-SCH 437-8676
127-5022 Gasket Kit-SCH 437-8643
127-5537 Core As-OCLR 325-6045
127-6356 Cover As.-Pump 420-8566
127-6974 Gasket Kit 393-3638
127-8592 Muffler As 347-0463
127-8594 Muffler As-Turbo 390-0981
128-1009 Muffler As 435-6047
128-2922 Kit - Gasket (WP) 386-3814
128-3132 Gasket Kit 437-4566
129-3068 Rebuild Kit-Pump 363-7455
129-3069 Rebuild Kit-Pump 363-7456
129-9907 Impeller-Pump 383-1589
130-1455 Gasket Kit 437-4604
130-1521 Gasket Kit - SCH 393-1030
130-6856 Pre-Cleaner As 361-1717
131-8674 Gear As-Drive 394-0911
132-7923 Gasket Kit-SCH 437-8642
133-3359 Manifold-Exhaust 419-4730
133-3545 Tightener-Belt 434-1407
133-3565 Tube As-Exhaust 374-4695
133-3566 Tube As-Exhaust 378-4003
133-3919 Gasket Kit-SCH 393-1031
133-4995 Gasket-Cyl Head 434-2445
133-6597 Pipe- Extension 420-6220
133-8991 Line As-Fuel Inj 378-4004
133-8992 Line As-Fuel Inj 378-4005
133-8993 Line As-Fuel Inj 378-4006
133-8994 Line As-Fuel Inj 378-4007
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Premium
Part
Number Part Name
Classic
Part
Number
133-8995 Line As-Fuel Inj 378-4008
133-8996 Line As-Fuel Inj 378-4009
133-9016 Pulley 421-7191
134-3036 Gasket Kit 393-3629
134-3038 Gasket Kit 437-3228
134-3068 Kit - Gasket(F) 393-3636
134-4200 Manifold-Exhaust 443-2060
134-9807 Gasket Kit 437-3214
135-0239 Gasket Kit 437-4606
135-2151 Tensioner 419-4735
135-2376 Gasket Kit-LOWER 393-3634
135-2707 Kit - Gasket (BSC) 392-4506
135-3225 Shaft As 399-8582
135-4928 Shaft-Water Pump 386-3813
135-7989 Gasket Kit 393-3633
135-8167 Pipe-Extension 395-1305
136-0819 Valve-Exhaust 384-8697
137-1339 Pump Gp-Water -B 434-6112
137-1970 Impeller-Pump 380-1553
137-4097 Muffler As. 360-7866
137-6500 Rotocoil As. 397-5053
137-6995 Muffler As 360-7868
138-1987 Gasket Kit - F 437-3238
138-4037 Kit - Gasket (ACL) 438-1797
138-4039 Kit - Gasket (F) 437-3224
138-4338 Kit - Gasket - T 393-1032
138-6743 Gasket Kit 437-3223
138-6744 Rebuild Kit-Pump 363-7457
138-7025 Kit - Gasket (F) 437-3222
138-9381 Plate-Spacer 424-7052
139-4750 Kit - Gasket - F 437-3221
139-4758 Gasket Kit 436-8405
139-8963 Kit - Gasket - MCH 436-8404
140-1093 Gasket Kit - SCH 436-8394
140-2246 Gasket Kit 383-3710
140-2731 Kit - Gasket (CL) 436-8403
140-2739 Kit - Gasket - ACL 437-3220
140-2746 Kit - Gasket - MCH 437-3219
140-2749 Gasket Kit 393-1033
140-2859 Kit - Gasket - MCH 437-3218
140-9631 Kit - Gasket (F) 437-3217
140-9898 Gasket Kit 437-3216
140-9902 Gasket Kit 393-0916
141-0338 Kit - Gasket (ACL) 437-3215
141-0340 Kit - Gasket (F) 436-8402
141-0345 Gasket Kit 437-3227
141-0348 Gasket Kit 437-4579
141-1021 Gasket Kit 437-4615
141-1028 Kit - Gasket(SCH) 435-2576
141-1936 Kit - Gasket(F) 437-4614
141-1939 Gasket Kit 437-4613
141-1942 Gasket Kit 437-4612
Premium
Part
Number Part Name
Classic
Part
Number
141-4109 Core As-OCLR 416-5518
141-4617 Kit - Gasket(ACL) 393-0917
141-4974 Gasket Kit 388-0658
141-5787 Kit - Gasket(OCL) 437-4611
141-7274 Gasket Kit 418-1951
141-7277 Kit - Gasket-FS 437-4610
141-7955 Gasket Kit 437-4609
141-9792 Gasket Kit - OCL 393-3632
142-0226 Kit - Gasket-FS 393-1034
142-0227 Gasket Kit 437-4608
142-0228 Gasket Kit - SCH 393-1035
142-0404 Kit - Gasket-FS 437-4607
142-1662 Kit - Gasket(F) 392-4511
142-1699 Gasket Kit 392-4507
142-2221 Gasket Kit - SCH 437-8127
142-2535 Gasket Kit 437-4593
142-3035 Kit - Gasket (WLG) 393-0926
142-5093 Gasket Kit 437-4605
142-7526 Gasket Kit 393-0918
142-8811 Muffler As 360-2297
142-8845 Muffler As 360-9619
143-0905 Gasket Kit 437-4617
143-1314 Kit - Gasket-T 437-4603
143-2605 Kit - Gasket-MCH 393-0915
143-5428 Gasket Kit 437-8115
143-5430 Gasket Kit 437-4602
143-5447 Gasket Kit - F 393-1036
144-0482 Gasket 420-8547
144-0502 Ring Kit-Piston 395-1312
144-0503 Piston & Ring Kt 380-1554
144-0744 Compressor Gp -B 435-6046
145-0162 Bearing-Main 419-6380
145-0163 Bearing-Main 419-6336
145-0164 Bearing-Main 419-6376
145-0165 Bearing-Main 419-6388
145-2867 Kit - Gasket (WP) 449-9830
145-4585 Muffler As 360-9627
145-6726 Gasket Kit 437-4600
145-8503 Shaft As-Idler 426-0035
146-4229 Gasket Kit - SCH 437-4599
146-9733 Muffler As 435-6045
147-3781 Kit - Gasket (WP) 422-2484
147-6170 Gasket Kit 437-4598
147-9670 Fan As-REV 435-9912
148-2125 Liner-Cylinder 458-0154
148-7455 Valve - Exhaust 270-4361
148-8269 Gasket Kit - CL 437-4597
148-8861 Gasket Kit 437-4596
148-9810 Gasket Kit 393-3631
149-0625 Kit - Gasket(F) 437-4595
149-0629 Gasket Kit - SCH 437-4594
149-2752 Muffler 360-9628
Premium
Part
Number Part Name
Classic
Part
Number
149-4912 Gasket Kit - SCH 437-4616
150-1914 Manifold-Exh 434-6111
150-1916 Manifold-Exh 395-1322
150-3416 Muffler 360-9620
150-4637 Pan-Oil 377-5843
150-8459 Kit - Gasket(F) 438-1798
150-8685 Gasket Kit 392-4503
151-5911 Manifold As.-Exh 441-5604
152-3952 Impeller-Pump 374-4696
152-5705 Gasket 447-0830
153-7023 Valve-Inlet 391-1106
153-7024 Valve-Exhaust 391-1107
154-1642 Gasket Kit - SCL 437-8117
154-8030 Gasket 394-0894
155-1378 Gasket Kit - SCH 437-8152
155-1379 Gasket Kit - SCH 386-3815
155-2819 Ejector As-Exh 325-6078
155-5619 Gasket 382-5054
155-6637 Gear-Oil Drive 425-9189
156-6237 Elbow As 396-1567
157-2828 Muffler As 360-9621
159-3021 Gasket 377-5845
159-3263 Muffler As 430-7623
159-9742 Kit - Gasket(F) 437-1996
160-8178 Rod As-Conn 379-8869
160-9874 Kit - Gasket-SCL 386-3048
161-3411 Gasket 394-0896
161-4111 Pump Gp-XX 1 GR 374-7502
161-7128 Spring As. 419-4726
162-3904 Pump As-F Prm 391-1102
162-4012 Gasket Kit - F 437-8126
163-1387 Gear-Flywheel 374-4697
163-3103 Manifold-Exh 430-8992
163-4063 Core As-Rdtr 391-9826
163-4109 Manifold-Exhaust 433-9857
163-5316 Kit - Gasket(F) 437-2018
163-5636 Kit - Gasket(OCL) 437-2017
163-5723 Gasket Kit - SCH 437-8641
164-2138 Gasket Kit - SCH 437-2016
164-6574 Kit - Gasket-ACL 437-2015
165-4262 Body As-Piston 270-4351
165-4262 Body As-Piston 270-4353
165-7573 Kit - Gasket (FS) 438-0141
165-9864 Gasket Kit-SCH 388-0659
166-9142 Gasket 420-8546
167-8123 Damper As 299-2006
167-8126 Damper As 382-8019
170-0556 Kit-Rebuild-Pump 383-3712
170-0558 Kit-Rebuild-Pump 390-1001
170-0560 Rebuild Kit-Pump 363-7458
170-0564 Rebuild Kit-Pump 380-7576
170-0566 Kit-Rebuild-Pump 377-5835
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  • 1. ONE SAFE SOURCE PECP9067-05 © 2015 Caterpillar • All Rights Reserved • Printed in USA CAT, CATERPILLAR, BUILT FOR IT, their respective logos, “Caterpillar Yellow,” the “Power Edge”trade dress as well as corporate and product identity used herein, are trademarks of Caterpillar and may not be used without permission. ONESAFESOURCE2015-2016 2015-2016 FAST MOVING PARTS CATALOG
  • 2.
  • 3. INTRODUCTION Total Support from One Source and Your Cat® Dealer Welcome to the newest edition of the One Safe Source catalog. Inside you’ll find part numbers, descriptions, specifications and more for thousands of genuine Cat® parts — all manufactured to strict, original equipment specifications. You can count on these reliable, durable Cat parts to deliver top performance and long life in your applications — and you can count on us to provide the right parts and service solutions, when and where you need them. We carry most of the parts featured in this catalog for your immediate, off-the-shelf convenience. And thanks to Caterpillar’s worldwide distribution system, we can deliver most other parts you need within 24 hours. If you can’t find what you’re looking for, just ask. Our highly trained experts understand the complete lineup of Cat parts, — original, Classic and Reman — can answer any questions, and make recommendations for your needs. This catalog contains only high-volume parts. If you are looking for something different, we may have what you need in stock or can order it for you quickly. Whether you’re maintaining one Cat machine or many, you can turn to us for the parts, comprehensive service options and total support that will keep you up and running and maximizing your equipment investments. Part numbers and specifications are subject to change without notice. To ensure you receive the correct parts, please provide the model and serial numbers of the machines or engines on which they will be used. Some of the products listed in this catalog are not available in certain parts of the world. Please check with us for more information.
  • 4.
  • 5. 1 Table of Contents Section Page BBaatttteerriieess aanndd EElleeccttrriiccaall PPaarrttss..............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................33 Cat® Battery Specifications.................................................................................................................................. 4 Assembly Numbers Cell and Terminal Layouts.........................................................................................................11 BCI Group Sizes and Overall Dimensions................................................................................................................12 Battery Safety...................................................................................................................................................16 Battery Care and Maintenance ............................................................................................................................19 Electrical Parts .................................................................................................................................................26 CCllaassssiicc .......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 3377 Classic™ Parts .................................................................................................................................................38 Classic Engine Parts ..........................................................................................................................................39 Classic Drive Train Parts.....................................................................................................................................50 Classic Hydraulic Parts.......................................................................................................................................61 Classic Miscellaneous Parts................................................................................................................................64 Classic Undercarriage Parts................................................................................................................................74 CCyylliinnddeerr SSeeaallss...................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 7777 Identification ....................................................................................................................................................78 Seal Selection for Other Than Cat Equipment..........................................................................................................92 Press-In Wiper Seals .........................................................................................................................................93 Snap-In Wiper Seals........................................................................................................................................ 100 U-Cup Rod Seals ............................................................................................................................................. 103 Buffer Seals ................................................................................................................................................... 110 Head Wear Rings ............................................................................................................................................ 115 Metal Bearing Head Wear Rings ........................................................................................................................ 118 Head Seals .................................................................................................................................................... 119 Piston Seals ................................................................................................................................................... 122 Piston Wear Rings........................................................................................................................................... 130 U-Cup Seal Assemblies / Chevron Packing Replacement......................................................................................... 140 Snubber Seals ................................................................................................................................................ 141 Troubleshooting .............................................................................................................................................. 142 Installation..................................................................................................................................................... 143 EEnnggiinnee PPaarrttss ........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................114477 Spark Plugs.................................................................................................................................................... 148 Exhaust ......................................................................................................................................................... 149 Belts............................................................................................................................................................. 160 EEqquuiippmmeenntt FFlluuiiddss ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................117755 Oils - Diesel Engine Oil ..................................................................................................................................... 176 Oils - Natural Gas Engine Oil.............................................................................................................................. 184 Oils - Hydraulic Oil........................................................................................................................................... 189 Oils - Transmission and Drive Train Oil................................................................................................................. 193 Oils - Final Drive and Axle Oil............................................................................................................................. 199 Oils - Gear Oil ................................................................................................................................................. 201 Oils - Special Application Oils ............................................................................................................................ 204 Oils - Additives ............................................................................................................................................... 207 Coolants ........................................................................................................................................................ 208 Greases......................................................................................................................................................... 218 FFiilltteerrss............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................222233 Filters Overview .............................................................................................................................................. 224 Engine Oil Filters ............................................................................................................................................. 226 Fuel Filters ..................................................................................................................................................... 228 Fuel Water Separators ..................................................................................................................................... 229
  • 6. 2 Hydraulic Filters.............................................................................................................................................. 231 Air Filters....................................................................................................................................................... 233 Filter Efficiency Options .................................................................................................................................... 237 GGrroouunndd EEnnggaaggiinngg TToooollss ..........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................224411 Backhoe Loaders ............................................................................................................................................ 242 Bulldozers/Compactors..................................................................................................................................... 251 Rippers/Scarifiers - Ripper/Scarifier Tips ............................................................................................................. 282 Large Rippers ................................................................................................................................................. 282 Compact Construction Equipment ....................................................................................................................... 288 Excavators..................................................................................................................................................... 306 Loaders......................................................................................................................................................... 324 Motor Graders................................................................................................................................................ 379 Paving Products - Paving Product Bits, Tools and Holders....................................................................................... 391 Scrapers ....................................................................................................................................................... 393 HHaanndd TToooollss aanndd SShhoopp SSuupppplliieess......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................440055 The Tools and Supplies You Need For the Jobs You Do............................................................................................ 406 HHaarrddwwaarree..................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................440099 Bolts............................................................................................................................................................. 410 Nuts ............................................................................................................................................................. 440 Washers........................................................................................................................................................ 450 Screws ......................................................................................................................................................... 452 Link Brackets ................................................................................................................................................. 458 Rivets............................................................................................................................................................ 459 Pins.............................................................................................................................................................. 461 Rod Ends ....................................................................................................................................................... 464 Woodruff Keys................................................................................................................................................ 467 Snap Rings..................................................................................................................................................... 468 Hose Clamps .................................................................................................................................................. 472 Springs ......................................................................................................................................................... 475 Kits............................................................................................................................................................... 480 Check-a-Thread.............................................................................................................................................. 481 OOppeerraattoorr EEnnvviirroonnmmeenntt..............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................448833 Cat Work Lights, Signal Lights, Strobes and Bulbs.................................................................................................. 484 Cat Radio and Accessories ............................................................................................................................... 495 Radio Installation Kits....................................................................................................................................... 500 OO--RRiinnggss ......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................550055 Cat O-Rings.................................................................................................................................................... 506 O-Ring Seal Kits.............................................................................................................................................. 543 TTiirreess................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................555533 Cat Flexport™ Tires.......................................................................................................................................... 554 Cat Pneumatic Tires......................................................................................................................................... 563 LLiitteerraattuurree 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  • 8. 4 Cat Battery Specifications General Information Premium High Output - Maximum Vibration Resistance – Vibration Resistance...five times the Industry Standard – Exclusive “flat top” BCI group 4D & 8D batteries are Maintenance Free and have the industries highest cold crank- ing amps (CCA) – Popular BCI group 31 Maintenance Free battereis with industry leading cold cranking amps...up to 1000 (CCA), for electric power, machine or on-highway truck and bus applications. Deep cycle models are available for truck, ma- rine and recreational usage Specifications for Cat Premium High Output Batteries-Available Worldwide BCI Group Size Part No. CCA ≈ RC Mins † Volts Amp Hr. Capacity @ 20 Hrs. Construction Notes Accessiblity - Fluid Level Check Hours BCI Overall Dimensions Nominal Weight Nominal Acid to Fill Qt (liter) Length In (mm) Width In (mm) Height In (mm) Wet Lb (kg) Dry Lb(kg) 8D 153-5720 1500 465 12 210 C/MFA A - 1000 20.5 (520) 10.8 (275) 9.8 (248) 132 (59.9) - - 8D 101-4000 1400 400 12 190 LAC+ A - 1000 20.8 (527) 11.0 (278) 9.8 (248) 132 (59.9) 86 (39.0) 18.0 (17.0) 4D 153-5710 1400 425 12 200 C/MFA A - 1000 20.5 (520) 8.6 (218) 9.8 (248) 119 (54.0) - - 4D 9X-9730 1300 400 12 190 LAC+ A - 1000 20.8 (527) 8.6 (218) 9.8 (248) 120 (54.0) 81 (36.8) 14.8 (14.0) 4D 153-5700 1125 305 12 145 C/MFA A - 1000 20.5 (520) 8.6 (218) 9.8 (248) 101 (45.8) - - 4D 9X-9720 1000 275 12 140 LAC+ A - 1000 20.8 (527) 8.6 (218) 9.8 (248) 102 (45.8) 59 (26.8) 15.9 (15.0) 31 175-4390 1000 180 12 90 C/MFA/S A - 1000 12.9 (329) 6.8 (172) 9.3 (236) 60 (27.2) - - 31 175-4370 825 190 12 100 C/MFA/S** A - 1000 12.9 (329) 6.8 (172) 9.3 (236) 61 (27.2) - - 31 175-4360 710 185 12 100 C/MFA/S*** A - 1000 12.9 (329) 6.8 (172) 9.3 (236) 62 (28.1) - - 31/30H 115-2422 1000 170 12 90 C/MFA A - 1000 12.9 (329) 6.8 (172) 9.5 (241) 63 (28.6) - - 31/30H 115-2421 950 170 12 90 C/MFA+ A - 1000 12.9 (329) 6.8 (172) 9.5 (241) 64 (29.1) 44 (20.0) 6.6 (6.2) 31/30H 9X-3404(1) 950 165 12 95/100 C/MF NA 13.0 (331) 6.8 (172) 9.5 (241) 58 (26.3) - - 31/30H 3T-5760 750 165 12 95/100 C/MF AV - 1000 13.0 (331) 6.8 (172) 9.5 (241) 56 (25.4) - - 65 230-6368 880 140 12 70 C/MF NA 11.9 (304) 7.5 (191) 7.5 (191) 46 (20.9) - - 24 153-5656 650 110 12 52 C/MF NA 11.0 (279) 6.9 (174) 9.0 (229) 39 (17.7) - - Construction Notes: Batteries use SAE taper post design and are shipped wet except as: LAC = Low Maintenance - Hybrid Construction C = Calcium Lead Alloy Grid Design MF = Maintenance Free Non-Accessible MFA = Maintenance Free Accessible A = Accessible NA = Non-Accessible AV = Accessibily Varies - Accessiblity varies depending on supplier used. If it has caps, it is accessible and fluid levels should be checked. S = Stud Terminals + = Shipped Dry Only * = Side Terminals Only ** = Starting and Deep Cycle Battery *** = Deep Cycle and Starting Battery ≈ = Cold Cranking Amps for 30 seconds at 0° F (-18° C) † = Reserve Capacity Minutes minimum of 25 amp output at 80° F (27° C) SDT = Dual, Top mounted Terminals - Stud and SAE Post. Marine Deep Cycle/ Starting Battery Rugged Design-Built Tough-Reliable Starting – Positive and negative plates are anchored to container bottom and locked at the top of celnelement for maximum vibration resistance. – Heavy-duty forged terminal post bushings provide maximum strength and resistance to acid seepage. – Hefty full-frame grids, no sharp edges, optimum acid/paste combination provides better charge acceptance after deep discharge. – Manifold vented cover with built-in Flame Arrestor...a safety feature that directs corrosive gases away from the battery and hold-downs. – Thick, robust container resists rugged treatment typical of heavy-duty commercial use. Embossed part number & descriptors for easy serviceability. 1 not available in US
  • 9. 5 Cat General Service Batteries - Available Worldwide (Except Brazil) Quality Batteries for a Wide Range of Applications Ideal for Automotive, Light Truck, Bus, Marine, Industrial, Agricultural, Stationary Power and Recreational Usage. - Maintenance Free and low maintenance…accessible or sealed - Deep Cycle and Valve Regulated (VRLA) Gelled or Absorbed Glass Mat (AGM) batteries - Hefty full frame grids, no sharp edges. Optimum acid/paste combination provides better charge acceptance after deep discharge - Commericial batteries have Anchor Lock elements for vibration resistance - Flame Arrestor Safety Vents to direct corrosive gases away from the batery and hold-downs Wet Batteries BCI Group Size Part No. CCA ≈ RC Mins † Volts Amp Hr. Capacity @ 20 Hrs. Construction Notes BCI Overall Dimensions Nominal Weight Length In (mm) Width In (mm) Height In (mm) Wet Lb (kg) Truck/Agricultural/Industrial 1 8C-3617 640 130 6 100 C/MF 9.0 (229) 6.9 (175) 8.8 (222) 30 (13.6) 2 8C-3629 780 200 6 90 LA 10.4 (264) 6.9 (175) 8.8 (222) 36.5 (16.6) 3EE 8C-3620 400 95 12 54 LA 19.3 (489) 4.3 (108) 9.0 (229) 42 (19.1) 3EH 8C-3632 875 250 6 115 LA 19.3 (489) 4.3 (108) 10.0 (254) 47.5 (21.5) 4 8C-3633 975 250 6 125 C/MF 12.5 (318) 6.9 (175) 9.5 (241) 47 (21.3) 4DLT 8C-3622 850 240 12 100 LA 20.0 (508) 8.1 (206) 8.1 (206) 80 (36.3) 8D 8C-3624 1400 430 12 190 LA 20.8 (527) 11.0 (279) 10.0 (254) 130 (59.0) 24F 3T-5858 675 115 12 55 C/MF 10.8 (273) 6.8 (171) 9.0 (229) 40 (18.1) 27 8C-3601 710 120 12 65 C/MF 12.0 (305) 6.8 (171) 9.0 (229) 45.5 (20.6) 27F 8C-3602 710 120 12 65 C/MF 12.4 (314) 6.8 (171) 9.0 (229) 45.5 (20.6) 31 8C-3628 760 170 12 80 C/MF/S 13.0 (330) 6.8 (171) 9.5 (241) 54.5 (24.7) 31 430-5996 1000 190 12 100 C/MF 13.0 (330) 6.8 (171) 9.5 (241) 58 (26.3) C11(DIN) 369-9955 270 43 12 30 C 7.36 (187) 5.04 (128) 6.50 (165) 17.86 (8.1) T4 (DIN) 356-6211 380 66 12 44 C 8.27 (210) 6.89 (175) 6.89 (175) 16.09 (7.3) Bus - Special Terminal 8D 250-0473 1400 430 12 190 C/MFA/TB 20.8 (527) 11.0 (279) 10.0 (254) 130 (59.0) Automotive/Light Truck & SUV 22F 3T-5859 425 65 12 35 C/MF 9.4 (238) 6.8 (171) 8.3 (210) 29.5 (13.4) 24 3T-5857 675 115 12 55 C/MF 10.8 (273) 6.8 (171) 9.0 (229) 40 (18.1) 25 250-0488 625 95 12 45 C/MF 9.8 (248) 6.9 (175) 8.9 (225) 35.5 (16.1) 26 8C-3600 540 80 12 45 C/MF 8.8 (222) 6.8 (171) 8.0 (203) 29.5 (13.4) 26R 369-9958 540 80 12 45 C/MF 8.8 (222) 6.8 (171) 8.0 (203) 29.5 (13.4) 34/78 250-0486 690 110 12 60 C/MF/DT 10.8 (273) 6.8 (171) 8.0 (203) ! 36.5 (16.6) 35 250-0487 625 95 12 45 C/MF 9.8 (248) 6.9 (175) 8.9 (225) 35.5 (16.1) 41 8C-3605 650 100 12 64 C/MF 11.6 (293) 6.9 (175) 6.9 (175) 38 (17.2) 42 250-0490 475 70 12 40 C/MF 9.6 (242) 6.9 (175) 6.9 (175) 29 (13.2) 48 430-5993 730 120 12 65 C/MF 11.0 (278) 6.9 (175) 7.5 (190) 42 (19.1) 49 307-0751 900 185 12 100 C/MF 14.0 (354) 6.9 (175) 7.5 (190) 54.5 (24.7) 55/56/62 8C-3611 570 90 12 52 C/MF/DT 8.8 (222) 6.0 (152) 8.50 (216) 32 (14.5) 58 8C-3612 580 85 12 53 C/MF 10.0 (254) 7.3 (184) 7.0 (178) 31.5 (14.3) 65 250-0484 675 130 12 55 C/MF 12.0 (305) 7.4 (187) 7.7 (194) 41 (18.6) 75 7X-6100 690 90 12 60 C/MF * 9.8 (248) 7.0 (178) 7.3 (184) 34.5 (15.6) 75/86 250-0489 540 85 12 47 C/MF/DT 9.8 (248) 7.0 (178) 8.1 (206) ! 32 (14.5) 78 369-9957 690 110 12 58 C 10.8 (273) 6.9 (175) 7.3 (184) 36.5 (16.6) Cat Battery Specifications
  • 10. 6 Cat General Service Batteries - Available Worldwide (Except Brazil) (Cont'd.) Wet Batteries (Cont'd.) BCI Group Size Part No. CCA ≈ RC Mins † Volts Amp Hr. Capacity @ 20 Hrs. Construction Notes BCI Overall Dimensions Nominal Weight Length In (mm) Width In (mm) Height In (mm) Wet Lb (kg) 90 430-6000 600 90 12 40 C/MF 9.5 (242) 6.9 (175) 6.9 (175) 32.5 (14.7) 91 430-6001 700 100 12 50 C/MF 11.0 (278) 6.9 (175) 6.9 (175) 38.5 (17.5) 92 430-6002 650 130 12 70 C/MF 12.5 (317) 6.9 (175) 6.9 (175) 37 (16.8) 93 430-6003 800 130 12 80 C/MF 14.0 (354) 6.9 (175) 6.9 (175) 46.5 (21.1) 94R 430-6005 765 135 12 80 C/MF 12.4 (315) 6.9 (175) 7.5 (190) 47.5 (21.6) 95R 430-6006 850 190 12 100 C/MF 15.5 (394) 6.9 (175) 7.5 (190) 62.5 (28.4) 96R 430-6007 600 90 12 40 C/MF 9.6 (242) 6.9 (175) 6.9 (175) 32.5 (14.8) 97R 430-6008 600 95 12 60 C/MF 9.6 (242) 6.9 (175) 7.5 (190) 37.5 (17.0) 101 430-6009 650 110 12 - C/MF/ * 10.3 (260) 7.1 (179) 6.7 (170) 36 (16.3) 121R 430-6010 540 80 12 50 C/MF 8.3 (210) 7.0 (177) 8.1 (206) 30 (13.6) 124R 430-6011 670 100 12 60 C/MF 10.3 (260) 6.9 (175) 8.4 (212) 38 (17.2) 151R 430-6012 335 55 12 - C/MF 7.24 (184) 5.0 (125) 8.8 (222) 19 (8.6) Marine-Deep Cycle Capability 24M 8C-3638 675 115 12 55 C/MF/DT/~# 10.8 (273) 6.8 (171) 9.4 (238) 40 (18.1) 24DC 430-5992 500 130 12 75 LA/DT/@ 10.8 (273) 6.8 (171) 9.4 (238) 45 (20.4) 24DP 430-5991 550 120 12 65 LAC/DT 10.8 (273) 6.8 (171) 9.4 (238) 42 (19.1) 27M 8C-3639 650 150 12 80 @/S/DT# 12.5 (318) 6.8 (171) 9.4 (238) 49 (22.2) Lawn & Garden U1 8C-3636 230 - 12 25 C/MF 7.8 (197) 5.2 (130) 7.3 (184 15.5 (7.0) Golf Cart/Scissor & High Lifts GC-2 8C-3641 132§ - 6 235 @ OP 10.3 (260) 7.2 (181) 10.9 (276) 68 (30.8) Dual Terminal Batteries 34/78 127-0826 850 115 12 66 C/MF/DT 10.8 (273) 6.8 (175) 8.0 (203) ! 41 (18.6) 34/78 250-0486 690 110 12 60 ST/MF/DT 10.8 (273) 6.8 (175) 8.0 (203) ! 36.5 (16.6) 75/86 250-0489 540 85 12 47 C/MF/DT 9.8 (248) 7.0 (178) 8.1 (206) ! 32 (14.5) Construction Notes: Batteries use SAE taper post design and are shipped wet except as: LA = Low Maintenance - Low Antimony Grids LAC = Low Maintenance - Hybrid Construction C = Calcium Lead Alloy Grid Design ST = Silver (AG) Calcium allow grids- severe service-high temperature MF = Maintenance Free Non-Accessible MFA = Maintenance Free Accessible S = Stud Terminals DT = Dual Terminal TB = Transit Bus one piece end terminal. Right end of battery. Positive Stud: 1/2"-13 steel, Negative Stud: 3/8" -16 steel OP = Offset Post with Horizontal Hole Stainless Steel 5/16" Bolt & Hex Nut * = Side Terminals ≈ = Cold Cranking Amps for 30 seconds at 0° F (-18° C) † = Reserve Capacity Minutes minimum of 25 amp output at 80° F (27° C) ! = For height with removable adapter, add 7/8" (22mm) @ = Deep Cycle - Antimony Grids ~ = Marine Starting + = Shipped Dry Only § = 75 amps @ 80° F # = Wing nut for 8C-3638 & 8C-3639 is part number 3B-0723 Dry Batteries BCI Group Size Part No. CCA ≈ RC Mins † Volts Amp Hr. Capacity @ 20 Hrs. Const. Notes BCI Overall Dimensions Nominal Weight Nominal Acid to Fill Qt (liter) Length In (mm) Width In (mm) Height in (mm) Wet Lb (kg) Dry Lb (kg) Marine / Recreational 8V 8C-3640 980 350 8 175 LA + 20.8 (527) 7.3 (184) 10.7 (270) 90.5 (41.1) 59.5 (27.0) 12 (10.9) Cat Battery Specifications
  • 11. 7 Cat General Service Batteries - Available Worldwide (Except Brazil) (Cont'd.) Construction Notes: Batteries use SAE taper post design and are shipped wet except as: LA = Low Maintenance - Low Antimony Grids LAC = Low Maintenance - Hybrid Construction C = Calcium Lead Alloy Grid Design MF = Maintenance Free Non-Accessible MFA = Maintenance Free Accessible S = Stud Terminals DT = Dual Terminal TB = Transit Bus one piece end terminal. Right end of battery. Positive Stud: 1/2"-13 steel, Negative Stud: 3/8" -16 steel OP = Offset Post with Horizontal Hole Stainless Steel 5/16" Bolt & Hex Nut * = Side Terminals ≈ = Cold Cranking Amps for 30 seconds at 0° F (-18° C) † = Reserve Capacity Minutes minimum of 25 amp output at 80° F (27° C) ! = For height with removable adapter, add 7/8" (22mm) @ = Deep Cycle - Antimony Grids ~ = Marine Starting + = Shipped Dry Only § = Rating to 5.25 volts at 75 amps @ 80° F # = Wing nut for 8C-3638 & 8C-3639 is part number 3B-0723 Valve Regulated Lead Acid (VRLA) Batteries BCI Group Size Part No. CCA ≈ RC Mins † Volts Amp Hr. Capacity @ 20 Hrs. Construction Notes BCI Overall Dimensions Nominal Weight Wet Lb (kg)Length In (mm) Width In (mm) Height In (mm) Gelled (GEL) Electrolyte, Marine/Recreational, Deep Cycle Capability 4D 152-8006 970 375 12 183 MF-G/VRLA 20.8 (527) 8.5 (216) 10.0 (254) 127 (57.6) 8D 152-7242 1150 475 12 225 MF-G/VRLA 20.8 (527) 11.0 (279) 10.0 (254) 157 (71.2) Construction Notes: MF-G/VRLA = Maintenance Free Non-Accessible -Gel Battery. Valve-Regulated Lead Acid (VRLA) battery with gelled electrolyte ≈ = Cold Cranking Amps for 30 seconds at 0° F (-18° C) † = Reserve Capacity Minutes minimum of 25 amp output at 80° F (27° C) Absorbed Glass Mat (AGM) Batteries BCI Group Size Part No. CCA ≈ RC Mins † Volts Amp Hr. Capacity @ 20 Hrs. Construction Notes BCI Overall Dimensions Nominal Weight Wet Lb (kg) Length In (mm) Width In (mm) Height In (mm) Truck/Agricultural/Industrial 31 430-5994 800 200 12 105 MF-AGM/VRLA/S 13.0 (330) 6.8 (171) 9.5 (241) 69 (31.3) 31 430-5995 925 190 12 100 MF-AGM/VRLA/S 13.0 (330) 6.8 (171) 9.5 (241) 63 (28.6) Automotive/Light Truck & SUV 34/78 430-5997 775 120 12 55 MF-AGM/VRLA/DT 10.8 (273) 6.9 (175) 8.0 (203) 42.5 (19.3) 34M 430-5999 775 120 12 55 MF-AGM/VRLA/DT 10.8 (273) 6.9 (175) 8.0 (203) 41.5 (18.9) 65 430-5998 775 150 12 75 MF-AGM/VRLA 12.0 (305) 7.4 (187) 7.7 (194) 46 (20.9) 94R 430-6004 800 140 12 80 MF-AGM/VRLA 12.4 (315) 6.9 (175) 7.5 (190) 51.5 (23.4) Cat Battery Specifications
  • 12. 8 Absorbed Glass Mat (AGM) Batteries (Cont'd.) BCI Group Size Part No. A B Volts Const. Notes TERM. BCI Overall Dimensions Nominal Weight Wet Lb (kg) Length In (mm) Width In (mm) Terminal Height In (mm) Container Height In (mm) High-rate Uninteruptilbe Power Supplies (UPS) or Standy Applications 4D 250-0483 624 318 12 MF-AGM/VRLA TA/2/ρ 21.8 (552) 8.3 (210) 9.4 (237) 8.8 (222) 130 (59.0) 24 250-0476 253 127 12 MF-AGM/VRLA TA/1/ρ 10.2 (259) 6.8 (173) 9.2 (232) 8.2 (206) 53 (24.0) 27 250-0477 314 156 12 MF-AGM/VRLA TA/1/ρ 12.8 (323) 6.8 (173) 8.7 (220) 8.2 (206) 64 (29.0) 31 250-0478 377 192 12 MF-AGM/VRLA TA/1/ρ 13.0 (329) 6.7 (171) 8.8 (222) 8.6 (218) 68.5 (31.1) 31 250-0479 475 238 12 MF-AGM/VRLA TA/1/ρ 13.5 (342) 6.8 (172) 11.3 (286) 11.1 (281) 99 (44.9) 31 369-9959 (2) 550 271 12 MF-AGM/VRLA TA/1/ρ 13.5 (342) 6.8 (172) 11.2 (285) 11.1 (281) 107 (48.5) 45 250-0475 168 85.4 12 MF-AGM/VRLA TA/1/ρ 8.9 (225) 5.3 (135) 8.7 (221) 8.2 (207) 40 (18.1) U1 250-0474 119 60 12 MF-AGM/VRLA TA/1/α 7.8 (196) 5.2 (132) 7.2 (182) 6.2 (157) 24 (10.9) ∞ 369-9960 (2) 370 187 12 MF-AGM/VRLA FA/3/ρ 19.5 (494) 4.4 (110) 8.9 (227) 9.1 (231) 80 (36.3) ∞ 369-9961 (2) 550 274 12 MF-AGM/VRLA FA/3/ρ 21.9 (555) 5.0 (127) 11.2 (283) 11.7 (297) 120 (54.4) ∞ 369-9962 (2) 750 367 12 MF-AGM/VRLA FA/3/ρ 24.0 (610) 4.9 (125) 12.3 (311) 12.8 (324) 150 (68.1) Construction Notes: A = Power Watts per Cell for 15 minutes to 1.67 Volts Per Cell @ 77° F (25° C) B = Discharge Rating in Amperes for 15 minutes to end voltage of 1.75 V.P.C. @ 77ºF (25ºC) MF-AGM/VRLA = Maintenance Free Non-Accessible - Absorbed Glass Mat (AGM) Battery. ∞ = Unique container size. Does not use a standard BCI grouping ≈ = Cold Cranking Amps for 30 seconds at 0° F (-18° C) † = Reserve Capacity Minutes minimum of 25 amp output at 80° F (27° C) S = Stud Terminals DT = Dual Terminal TA - Top Access FA - Front Access α = In line lead terminal with brass female inserts .490" diameter head with a 1/4-20unc x .700 deep thread ρ = In line lead terminal with brass female inserts .625" diameter head with a 1/4-20unc x .750 deep thread AGM batteries have a longer production lead time than regular lead-acid type batteries Important: Alternator and charger instructions: for 12-volt AGM Batteries charge to 14.4 volts but no more than 14.6 volts at 68° F (20° C) Valve Regulated AGM Batteries-Terminal Locations Location Type - 1 Location Type - 2 Location Type - 3 VRLA batteries are a UL Recognized Component and are I.C.C.O., I.M.D.E., I.A.T.A., and D.O.T. Air Transportable Approved 2 Available in the United States and South America (Except Brazil). Cat Battery Specifications
  • 13. 9 Cat General Service Batteries - Limited Availability Europe, Africa, Middle East, Asia DIN Group Size Part No. Amp Hr Capacity @ 20 Hrs RC Mins † BCI CCA ≈ DIN CCA ^ EN CCA ± Volts Const. Notes BCI Overall Dimensions Nominal Weight Wet Lb (kg) Length In (mm) Width In (mm) Height In (mm) 78 369-9957 58 110 690 - - 12 - 10.75 (273) 6.89 (175) 7.24 (184) 36.51 (16.6) C11 369-9955 30 43 270 150 250 12 C 7.36 (187) 5.04 (128) 6.50 (165) 17.86 (8.1) T4 369-9956 44 66 400 225 - 12 C 8.27 (210) 6.89 (175) 6.89 (175) 16.09 (7.3) T4 356-6211 44 66 380 250 350 12 C 8.27 (210) 6.89 (175) 6.89 (175) 16.09 (7.3) T5 356-6212 55 85 450 290 420 12 C 9.49 (241) 6.89 (175) 6.89 (175) 18.52 (8.4) T6 356-6213 66 105 550 315 520 12 C 10.94 (278) 6.89 (175) 6.89 (175) 21.83 (9.9) T7 356-6214 80 133 625 420 570 12 C 12.40 (315) 6.89 (175) 6.89 (175) 26.68 (12.1) T8 356-6215 88 150 770 420 715 12 C 13.58 (345) 6.89 (175) 6.89 (175) 30.20 (13.7) Construction Notes: Batteries have taper post design and are shipped wet except as: ≈ = Cold Cranking Amps at 0° F (-18° C), discharge rate of 30 seconds, meeting 7.2V or above cut-off ^ = Cold Cranking Amps at 0° F (-18° C), discharge rate of 30 seconds, meeting 9V or above cut-off ± = Cold Cranking Amps at 0° F (-18° C), discharge rate of 90 seconds, meeting 6V or above cut-off † = Reserve Capacity Minutes minimum of 25 amp output at 80° F (27° C) C = Calcium Lead Alloy Grid Design Brazil Only DIN Group Size Part No. Amp Hr Capacity @ 20 Hrs RC Mins † BCI CCA ≈ DIN CCA ^ EN CCA ± Volts Const. Notes BCI Overall Dimensions Nominal Weight Wet Lb (kg) Length In (mm) Width In (mm) Height In (mm) 4D 102-0400 150 270 950 535 - 12 SC 20.08 (510) 8.39 (213) 9.06 (230) 95.68 (43.4) 4D 242-0824 135 240 750 420 - 12 C 20.08 (510) 8.39 (213) 9.06 (230) 87.74 (39.8) 4D 242-0825 170 330 1000 560 - 12 C 20.08 (510) 8.39 (213) 9.06 (230) 101.85 (46.2) 4D 242-0829 330 170 700 395 - 12 C 20.08 (510) 8.39 (213) 9.06 (230) 101.41 (46) 31 242-0831 165 100 600 335 - 12 C 12.99 (330) 6.77 (172) 9.41 (239) 60.19 (27.3) H7 242-0828 170 90 725 380 - 12 C 12.32 (313) 6.89 (175) 6.89 (175) 51.93 (23.1) T5 242-0827 55 90 425 250 - 12 C 9.53 (242) 6.89 (175) 6.89 (175) 30.64 (13.9) T5 242-0826 55 90 425 250 - 12 C 9.53 (242) 6.89 (175) 6.89 (175) 30.64 (13.9) T6 112-9564 65 110 620 345 - 12 SC 10.94 (278) 6.89 (175) 6.89 (175) 39.24 (17.8) Construction Notes: Batteries have taper post design and are shipped wet except as: ≈ = Cold Cranking Amps for 30 seconds at 0° F (-18° C) ^ = Cold Cranking Amps at 0° F (-18° C), discharge rate of 30 seconds, meeting 9V or above cut-off † = Reserve Capacity Minutes minimum of 25 amp output at 80° F (27° C) C = Calcium Lead Alloy Grid Design SC = Silver (Ag) Calcium Alloy Grids for resistance to high under hood temperatures. Terminals: 1. Lead terminal. L Shaped. Terminals have square holes. 2. Lead terminal and brass inserts. 1/4 - 20 x .25 Deep Female Thread. 3. Lead terminal with brass inserts. 1/4 - 20 x .25 Deep Female Thread 4. Lead terminal with brass inserts. 1/4 - 20 x Female Thread. • Ratings conform to IEEE-485 Standards. 1 - BCI Group U1 2 - BCI Groups 45, 24, 27 3 -BCI Group 31 4 - BCI Group 4D Cat Battery Specifications
  • 14. 10 Cat General Service Batteries - Limited Availability (Cont'd.) Terminal layout for 250-0473 8D Transit Bus Battery (3) One piece end terminal. Right end of Battery. 1/2”- 13 Steel Positive Stud 3/8” - 16 Steel Negative Stud Battery Accessories: • Group 31 – Charging Posts for Stud Terminals - Part # 4C-5637 • Screw-in Charging Posts for Side Terminals - Part # 4C-5638 • Wing Nut for Part # 175-4390/175-4370/175-4360/8C-3628 - Part #2B-9498 • Wing Nut for Part #8C-3638 & 8C-3639 Marine Batteries - Part #3B-0723 • Battery Voltmeter - Part # 4C-6600 • Battery Load Tester - Part # 4C-4911 • Booster Cable 12’ (3.66 m) - Part # 4C-4933 • Booster Cable 20’ (6.00 m) - Part # 4C-4937 NOTE Ratings and Part Numbers are subject to change without notice. 3 Terminal strip not available for sale. Cat Battery Specifications
  • 15. 11 Assembly Numbers Cell and Terminal Layouts Cat Battery Specifications
  • 16. 12 BCI Group Sizes and Overall Dimensions BCI GRP. NO. BCI FIG. NO. Volts Maximum Overall Dimensions Inches and (mm) L W H 1 2 6 9 1/8 (232) 7 1/8 (181) 9 3/8 (238) 2 2 6 10 3/8 (264) 7 1/8 (181) 9 3/8 (238) 2E 5 6 19 3/8 (492) 4 1/8 (105) 9 1/8 (232) 2N 1 6 10 (254) 5 9/16 (141) 8 15/16 (227) 3 2 6 11 3/4 (298) 7 1/8 (181) 9 3/8 (238) 3D 2 6 20 3/8 (518) 8 3/4 (222) 10 (254) 3EE 9 12 19 5/16 (491) 4 3/8 (111) 8 7/8 (225) 3EH 5 6 19 5/16 (491) 4 3/8 (111) 9 13/16 (249) 3ET 9 12 19 5/16 (491) 4 3/8 (111) 9 13/16 (249) 4 2 6 13 1/8 (334) 7 1/8 (181) 9 3/8 (238) 4B 8 12 21 1/4 (540) 11 1/8 (283) 10 7/8 (276) 4D 8 12 20 3/4 (527) 8 3/4 (222) 9 13/16 (249) 4DLT 16L 12 20 (508) 8 3/16 (208) 7 15/16 (202) 4EH 5 6 19 5/16 (491) 5 (127) 9 13/16 (249) 5D 2 6 13 3/4 (349) 7 1/8 (181) 9 3/8 (238) 6D 8 12 20 3/4 (527) 10 (254) 10 1/4 (260) 7D 2 6 16 1/4 (413) 7 1/8 (181) 9 3/8 (238) 8D 8 12 20 3/4 (527) 11 1/8 (283) 9 13/16 (249) 12T 10 12 7 1/16 (179) 6 15/16 (177) 7 15/16 (202) 16TF 10F 12 16 9/16 (421) 7 1/8 (181) 11 1/8 (283) 17HF 2B 6 7 3/8 (187) 6 7/8 (175) 9 (229) 17TF 11L 12 17 1/16 (433) 6 15/16 (177) 7 15/16 (202) 19L 2 6 8 1/2 (216) 7 (178) 7 1/2 (191) 21 10 12 8 3/16 (208) 6 13/16 (173) 8 3/4 (222) 21R 11 12 8 3/16 (208) 6 13/16 (173) 8 3/4 (222) 22F 11F 12 9 1/2 (241) 6 7/8 (175) 8 5/16 (211) 22HF 11F 12 9 1/2 (241) 6 7/8 (175) 9 (229) 22NF 11F 12 9 7/16 (240) 5 1/2 (140) 8 15/16 (227) 22R 11 12 9 (229) 6 7/8 (175) 8 5/16 (211) 24 10 12 10 1/4 (260) 6 13/16 (173) 8 7/8 (225) 24F 11F 12 10 3/4 (273) 6 13/16 (173) 9 (229) 24H 10 12 10 1/4 (260) 6 13/16 (173) 9 3/8 (238) 24R 11 12 10 1/4 (260) 6 13/16 (173) 9 3/8 (238) 24T 10 12 10 1/4 (260) 6 13/16 (173) 9 3/4 (248) 25 10 12 9 1/16 (230) 6 7/8 (175) 8 7/8 (225) 26 10 12 8 3/16 (208) 6 13/16 (173) 7 3/4 (197) 26R 11 12 8 3/16 (208) 6 13/16 (173) 7 3/4 (197) 27 10 12 12 1/16 (306) 6 13/16 (173) 8 7/8 (225) 27F 11F 12 12 1/2 (318) 6 13/16 (173) 8 15/16 (227) 27H 10 12 11 3/4 (298) 6 13/16 (173) 9 1/4 (235) 27R 11 12 12 1/16 (306) 6 13/16 (173) 8 7/8 (225) 28 18 12 10 1/4 (260) 6 13/16 (173) 9 7/16 (240) 29H 10 12 13 1/8 (334) 6 11/16 (170) 9 1/8 (232) BCI GRP. NO. BCI FIG. NO. Volts Maximum Overall Dimensions Inches and (mm) L W H 29NF 11F 12 13 (330) 5 1/2 (140) 8 15/16 (227) 30H 10 12 13 1/2 (343) 6 13/16 (173) 9 1/4 (235) 31 18 12 13 (330) 6 13/16 (173) 9 7/18 (240) 33 11F 12 13 5/16 (338) 6 13/16 (173) 9 3/8 (238) 34 10 12 10 1/4 (260) 6 13/16 (173) 7 7/8 (200) 34R 11 12 10 1/4 (260) 6 13/16 (173) 7 7/8 (200) 35 11 12 9 1/16 (230) 6 7/8 (175) 8 7/8 (225) 36R 19 12 10 3/8 (263) 7 3/16 (183) 8 1/8 (206) 39 15 12 8 1/8 (206) 6 7/8 (175) 7 (178) 40R 15 12 10 15/16 (278) 6 7/8 (175) 6 7/8 (175) 41 15 12 11 9/16 (293) 6 7/8 (175) 6 7/8 (175) 42 15 12 9 1/2 (241) 6 7/8 (175) 6 7/8 (175) 43 15 12 13 1/8 (334) 6 7/8 (175) 8 1/16 (205) 45 10F 12 9 7/16 (240) 5 1/2 (140) 8 15/16 (227) 46 40F 12 10 3/4 (273) 6 13/16 (173) 9 (229) 47 24 12 9 1/2 (242) 6 7/8 (175) 7 1/2 (190) 48 24 12 10 15/16 (278) 6 7/8 (175) 7 1/2 (190) 49 24 12 13 7/8 (353) 6 7/8 (175) 7 1/2 (190) 50 10 12 13 1/2 (343) 5 (127) 10 (254) 51 10 12 9 3/8 (238) 5 1/16 (129) 8 3/4 (223) 51R 11 12 9 3/8 (238) 5 1/16 (129) 8 3/4 (223) 52 10 12 7 5/16 (186) 5 13/16 (147) 8 1/4 (210) 53 14 12 13 (330) 4 11/16 (119) 8 1/4 (210) 54 19 12 7 5/16 (186) 6 1/16 (154) 8 3/8 (212) 55 19 12 8 9/16 (218) 6 1/16 (154) 8 3/8 (212) 56 19 12 10 (254) 6 1/16 (154) 8 3/8 (212) 57 22 12 8 1/16 (205) 7 3/16 (183) 6 15/16 (177) 58 26 12 10 1/16 (255) 7 3/16 (183) 6 15/16 (177) 58R 19 12 10 1/16 (255) 7 3/16 (183) 6 15/16 (177) 59 21 12 10 1/16 (255) 7 11/16 (195) 7 3/4 (196) 60 12 12 13 1/16 (332) 6 5/16 (160) 8 7/8 (225) 61 20 12 7 9/16 (192) 6 3/8 (162) 8 7/8 (225) 62 20 12 8 7/8 (225) 6 3/8 (162) 8 7/8 (225) 63 20 12 10 3/16 (258) 6 3/8 (162) 8 7/8 (225) 64 20 12 11 5/8 (296) 6 3/8 (162) 8 7/8 (225) 65 21 12 12 1/16 (306) 7 9/16 (192) 7 9/16 (192) 66 13 12 12 1/16 (306) 7 9/16 (192) 7 5/8 (194) 67R 39 12 9 1/8 (231) 6 15/16 (175) 6 15/16 (175) 70 17 12 8 3/16 (208) 7 1/16 (180) 7 11/16 (196)(4) 71 17 12 8 3/16 (208) 7 1/16 (179) 8 1/2 (216) 72 17 12 9 1/16 (230) 7 1/16 (179) 8 1/4 (210) 73 17 12 9 1/16 (230) 7 1/16 (179) 8 1/2 (216) 74 17 12 10 1/4 (260) 7 1/4 (184) 8 3/4 (222) 4 Maximum height dimensions shown includes batteries with raised quarter cover design. Flat-top design model height (minus quarter covers) reduced approximately 3/8 inch (10 mm). Cat Battery Specifications
  • 17. 13 BCI Group Sizes and Overall Dimensions (Cont'd.) BCI GRP. NO. BCI FIG. NO. Volts Maximum Overall Dimensions Inches and (mm) L W H 75 17 12 9 1/16 (230) 7 1/16 (180) 7 11/16 (196)(5) 76 17 12 13 1/8 (334) 7 1/16 (180) 8 1/2 (216)(5) 78 17 12 10 1/4 (260) 7 1/16 (180) 7 11/16 (196)(5) 79 35 12 12 1/16 (307) 7 1/16 (180) 7 3/8 (188) 85 11 12 9 1/16 (230) 6 13/16 (173) 8 (203) 86 10 12 9 1/16 (230) 6 13/16 (173) 8 (203) 90 24 12 9 1/2 (242) 6 7/8 (175) 6 7/8 (175) 91 24 12 10 15/18 (278) 6 7/8 (175) 6 7/8 (175) 92 24 12 12 3/8 (315) 6 7/8 (175) 6 7/8 (175) 93 24 12 13 7/8 (353) 6 7/9 (175) 6 7/8 (175) 94R 24 12 12 3/8 (315) 6 7/8 (175) 7 1/2 (190) 95R 24 12 15 1/2 (394) 6 7/8 (175) 7 1/2 (190) 96R 15 12 9 1/2 (242) 6 13/16 (252) 6 7/8 (175) BCI GRP. NO. BCI FIG. NO. Volts Maximum Overall Dimensions Inches and (mm) L W H 97R 15 12 9 15/18 (252) 6 7/8 (175) 7 1/2 (190) 98R 15 12 11 1/8 (283) 6 7/8 (175) 7 1/2 (190) 99R 24 12 8 5/16 (210) 6 7/8 (175) 6 7/8 (175) 100 35 12 10 1/4 (260) 7 1/16 (179) 7 3/8 (188) 101 17 12 10 1/4 (260) 7 1/16 (179) 6 11/16 (170) 121R 11H 12 8 1/4 (222) 7 (178) 8 1/2 (216) 124R 11H 12 10 3/4 (274) 7 (178) 8 5/8 (194) 151R 28 12 7 7/16 (188) 4 15/16 (125) 8 7/8 (225) GC2 2 6 10 3/8 (264) 7 3/16 (183) 10 5/8 (270)(6) U1 10 12 7 3/4 (197) 5 3/16 (132) 7 5/16 (186) U1R 11 12 7 3/4 (197) 5 3/16 (132) 7 5/16 (186) U2 10 12 6 5/16 (160) 5 3/16 (160) 7 1/8 (181) BCI / JIS Reference Chart BEST FIT ESTIMATE – BCI GROUP SIZE BCI Group No. BCI Assembly Figure Maximum JIS Dimensions (mm) JIS Reference Size Number Information Length Width Height JIS Type Description Conventional 21 10 202 173 225 50D20R N50S 21R 11 202 173 225 50D20L N50SL 24 10 260 173 225 48D26R, 55D26R, 65D26R, 75D26R, 80D26R N50, N50Z, NS70 24R 11 260 173 225 48D26L, 55D26L, 65D26L, 75D26L, 80D26L N50L, N50ZL, NS70L 25 10 232 173 225 55D23R, 65D23R, 70D23L, 75D23R 27 10 306 173 225 65D31R, 75D31R, 95D23R N70, N70B, NX120 27R 11 306 173 225 65D31L, 75D31L, 95D31L N70L, N70ZL, NX120-7L 29H(7) 10 410 176 234 95E41R, 105E41R, 115E41R, 130E41R, 95E41L, 105E41L, 115E4IL, 130E41L N100 35 11 232 173 225 55D23L, 65D23L, 70D23L, 75D23L 51(8) 10 238 135 227 46B24R, 50B24R, 55B24R, 32C24R N40, NS60 51R(8) 11 238 129 227 46B24L, 50B24L, 55B24L, 32C24L N40L, NS60L 151R 28 188 125 225 44B19L (S) 4D 8 505 508 182 222 257 257 15F51,(9)145F51,(9)150F51,(9)170F51,(9)14G51, 165G51, 180G51, 195G51 N120,(9)NS150,(9) 8D 8 521 278 270 180H52, 245H52 N200 N/A(8) 11 194 126 224 S34B20L – Toyota Prius: Remote Venting N/A 10 165 124 218 S34B24R – Honda Insight N/A 11 248 127 190 46A24L – Mazda Miata: Remote Venting N/A — 167 127 227 28B17L, 34B17L, 28B17R, 34B17R N/A — 187 127 227 34B19L, 34B19R 5 Maximum height dimensions shown includes batteries with raised quarter cover design. Flat-top design model height (minus quarter covers) reduced approximately 3/8 inch (10 mm). 6 Height may vary with different terminal types. 7 BCI GRoup 29H is 76 mm shorter in length than JIS designated part. 8 OEM post may be small diameter 9 BCI designated Group 4D is 38 mm wider than JIS part. 4D will fit most JIS applications. Cat Battery Specifications
  • 18. 14 BCI / JIS Reference Chart (Cont'd.) BEST FIT ESTIMATE – BCI GROUP SIZE (Cont'd.) BCI Group No. BCI Assembly Figure Maximum JIS Dimensions (mm) JIS Reference Size Number Information Length Width Height JIS Type Description Conventional N/A — 197 129 227 38B20L, 38B20R N/A — 187 127 184 26A19L, 26A19R N/A — 187 127 187 26A19L, 26A19R, 28A19R, 32A19R N/A — 167 127 227 26B17L, 26B17R N/A — 187 127 227 28B19L, 28B19R N/A — 197 129 227 36B20L, 36B20R JIS Number Interpretation: Example – 55D23R • 55 – Performance • D – Classification by battery width x container height • 23 – Approximate battery length in mm when multiplied by 10. • R – Last letter designated polarity: R = standard (LHF), L= Reversed (RHF)- Left Hand Positive Termination The information contained in this chart is deemed accurate and appropriate at the time of its publication. It represents out “best fit estimate” of the BCI group size to the JIS dimensional reference size. BCI provides this information as a service to the subscribers of the Data Book. While BCI strives for accuracy, it makes no promises or warranties regarding the accuracy or usefulness of this information and expressly disclaim any liability related to the use or reliability of the information contained in this chart. BCI, its officer, directors, employees, agents and its member affiliates cannot be held liable for the accuracy or use this data. BCI / DIN / EN Reference Chart EUROPEAN REFERENCE INFORMATION BCI Group Number BCI Assembly Figure Maximum Dimensions (mm) Holddown Lifting Ledge Positive Terminal Location DIN Code EN CodesLength Width Height 40R 15 278 175 175 B1 No Right T6 LB3 66LB 41 15 293 175 175 B4 No Right T65 N/A 54LB 42 15 242 175 175 B4 No Right T5 LB2 45LB 47 24 242 175 190 B3 Yes Right H5 L2 55L2 48 24 278 175 190 B3 Yes Right H6 L3 66L3 49 24 354 175 190 B3 Yes Right H8 L5 99L5 90 24 242 175 175 B3 Yes Right T5 LB2 45LB 91 24 278 175 175 B3 Yes Right T6 LB3 66LB 92 24 315 175 175 B3 Yes Right T7 LB4 77LB 93 24 354 175 175 B3 Yes Right T8 LB5 88LB 94R 24 315 175 190 B3 Yes Right H7 L$ 77L4 95R 24 394 175 190 B3 Yes Right H9 L6 97R 15 252 175 190 B4 No Right H5 L2 55L2 98R 15 283 175 190 B4 No Right H6 L3 66L3 99 34 207 175 175 B1 Yes Left T4 LB1 36LB 99R 24 210 175 175 B3 Yes Right T4 LB1 36LR N/A N/A 175 175 190 B3 Yes Right H3 Lo 32LO N/A N/A 207 175 190 B3 Yes Right H4 L1 45L1 CAUTION These are common holddown types but others may be used. Holddown descriptions: B1 = 10.5 mm high with 3 or 5 notches. B3 = 10.5 mm high on sides with 3 or 4 notches on sides and 3 notches on side only. Cat Battery Specifications
  • 19. 15 BCI / DIN / EN Reference Chart (Cont'd.) B1 Base holddown 10.5 mm (on long sides) B3 Base holddown 10.5 mm (on long and short sides) B4 Base holddown 19 mm (on long sides) This chart is provided for reference purposes only and is deemed accurate as of the printing of the Data book. BCI, its members, officers, directors agents and employees expressly deny any responsibility for the accuracy of the information provided. BCI disclaims any warranty, expressed or implied, for its accu- racy. BCI also denies any liability for damages as a consequence of using this information. Conversion Chart SAE EN IEC DIN JIS SAE JIS SAE 155 145 100 90 26A17 225 55D26 348 200 180 130 110 26A19 201 65D26 413 250 230 160 140 28A19 248 75D26 490 300 280 195 170 32A19 294 80D26 582 350 330 225 200 26B17 225 65D31 389 400 360 260 225 28B17 246 75D31 447 450 420 290 255 34B17 279 95D31 622 500 480 325 280 28B19 247 95E41 512 550 520 355 310 34B19 272 105E41 577 600 540 390 335 36B20 274 115E41 651 650 600 420 365 38B20 332 130E41 799 700 640 450 395 46B24 325 115F51 638 750 680 485 420 50B24 390 145F51 780 800 760 515 450 55B24 433 150F51 916 850 790 550 480 32C24 238 170F51 1045 900 860 580 505 50D20 306 145G51 754 950 900 615 535 55D23 356 165G51 933 1000 940 645 560 65D23 420 180G51 1090 1050 1000 680 590 70D23 490 195G51 1146 1100 1040 710 620 75D23 520 190H52 624 1150 1080 745 645 48D26 278 245H52 1532 1200 1150 775 675 1250 1170 810 700 1300 1220 840 730 1350 1270 870 760 1400 1320 905 790 1450 1360 935 815 1500 1410 975 820 1540 1450 1000 870 Cat Battery Specifications
  • 20. 16 Battery Safety Cigarettes, flames or sparks could cause battery to explode. Always shield eyes and face from battery. Do not charge or use booster cables or adjust post connections without proper instruc- tion and training. KEEP VENT CAPS TIGHT AND LEVEL. Contains sulfuric acid. Avoid contact with skin, eyes or clothing. In event of accident flush with water and call a physician immediately. KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN. CALIFORNIA PROPOSITION 65 WARNING Batteries, battery posts, terminals and related accessories contain lead and lead compounds, and other chemicals known to the state of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. Wash hands after handling. DO NOT INHALE SULFURIC ACID MIST DANGER OF EXPLODING BATTERIES Batteries contain sulfuric acid and produce explosive mixtures of hydrogen and oxygen. Because self-discharge ac- tion generates hydrogen gas even when the battery is not in operation, make sure batteries are stored and worked on in a well-ventilated area. ALWAYS wear safety glasses and a face shield when working on or near batteries. When working with batteries: • Always wear proper eye, face and hand protection. • Keep all sparks, flames and cigarettes away from the battery. • Do not attempt to open a flush cover battery. • Never lean over battery while boosting, testing or charging. • Cover vent caps with a damp cloth and hand protection to minimize gas seepage. • Make sure work area is well ventilated. • Do not remove or damage vent caps • Do not breathe acid mist. SAFE BATTERY INSTALLATION To assure safe installation and proper operation, follow these installation procedures: • Always wear proper eye, face and hand protection. • Disconnect ground cable first (this is usually the negative cable; however, older vehicles may have a positive ground). • Remove old battery – note position of positive (+) terminal and negative (–) terminal. Mark the cables for correct connection to new battery. • Clean terminals and cable connections with a wire brush. Broken connections or frayed or cut cables should be replaced. • Install the new battery in the same position as the old one. Be sure to secure it with the hold-down assembly. • Make sure the terminals do not touch any metal mounting, engine or body parts. • Connect cables tightly. Connect ground cable last to avoid sparks and explosion. Cat Battery Specifications
  • 21. 17 Battery Safety (Cont'd.) SAFE CHARGING Before beginning the charging operation, read and follow the instructions that come with the charger. Never attempt to charge a battery without first reviewing the instructions for the charger being used. In addition to the charger manufacturer’s instructions, these general precautions should be followed: • Always charge batteries in a well-ventilated area and wear proper eye protection. • Turn the charger and timer “OFF” before connecting the leads to the battery to avoid dangerous sparks. • To avoid an explosion, never try to charge a visibly damaged or frozen battery. • Connect the charger leads to the battery; red positive (+) lead to the positive (+) terminal and black negative (–) lead to the negative (–) terminal. If the battery is still in the vehicle, connect the negative lead to the engine block, away from the battery, to serve as a ground. (If the vehicle is positive grounded, connect the positive lead to the engine block.) • Make sure that the leads to the connections are tight • Set the timer, turn the charger on and slowly increase the charging rate until the desired ampere value is reached. • If the battery becomes hot or if violent gassing or spewing of electrolyte occurs, reduce the charging rate or tem- porarily halt the charger. • Always turn the charger “OFF” before removing charger leads from the battery to avoid dangerous sparks. HANDLING BATTERY ACID Battery acid, or electrolyte, is a solution of sulfuric acid and water that can destroy clothing and burn the skin. Use extreme caution when handling electrolyte and keep an acid neutralizing solution - such as baking soda or house- hold ammonia mixed with water - readily available. When handling batteries: • Always wear proper eye, face and hand protection. • If the electrolyte is splashed into an eye, immediately force the eye open and flood it with clean, cool water for at least 15 minutes. Get prompt medical attention. • If electrolyte is taken internally, drink large quantities of water or milk.DO NOT induce vomiting. Call a physician immediately. • Neutralize with baking soda any electrolyte that spills on a vehicle or in the work area. After neutralizing, rinse contaminated area clean with water. Mixing acid can be very dangerous! Do not attempt without proper training. To prepare electrolyte of a specific grav- ity, always pour the concentrated acid slowly into the water; DO NOT pour water into the acid. Always stir the water while adding small amounts of acid. If noticeable heat develops, allow the solution to cool before continuing to add acid. SAFE BOOSTER CABLE OPERATION When jump starting, always wear proper eye protection and never lean over battery. Do not jump start a damaged battery, inspect both batteries before connecting booster cable. Be sure vent caps are tight and level, place a damp cloth over the vent caps of both batteries. Make certain that the vehicles and cable ends are not touching and both ignition switches are turned to the “OFF” position: Cat Battery Specifications
  • 22. 18 Battery Safety (Cont'd.) Jump Starting Diagram PROTECT YOUR EYES! IMPORTANT! Connect to a ground, away from the battery...away from moving fan and gas lines. 1. Connect positive (+) booster cable to positive (+) terminal of discharged battery. 2. Connect other end of positive (+) cable to positive (+) terminal of assisting battery. 3. Connect negative (–) cable to negative ( –) terminal of assisting battery. 4. MAKE FINAL CONNECTION OF NEGATIVE (–) CABLE TO ENGINE BLOCK OF STALLED VEHICLE, AWAY FROM BATTERY. 5. Start vehicle and remove cables in REVERSE order of connections. Cat Battery Specifications
  • 23. 19 Battery Care and Maintenance Always Wear Eye Protection When Working Around Batteries! Basic Rules for Battery Care & Maintenance Safety Precautions California Proposition 65 Warning: Batteries, battery posts, terminals and related accessories contain lead and lead compounds, and other chemicals known to the state of California to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproduc- tive harm. Wash hands after handling! Warning: Follow all safety instructions when handling batteries! Always wear safety glasses and a face shield when working on or near batteries. All batteries generate explosive hydrogen gas. Keep sparks, flames and cigarettes away from batteries at all times. Do not connect or disconnect “live” circuits. To avoid creating sparks, always turn charging and testing equipment off before attaching or removing clamps. ALWAYS DISCONNECT GROUNDED CABLE FIRST AND CONNECT IT LAST TO PREVENT DANGEROUS SPARKS. Perform all work in a well ventilated area. Never lean directly over a battery while boosting, testing or charging it. PROTECT YOUR EYES! Batteries contain corrosive sulfuric acid that can destroy clothing and burn the skin. Neutralize acid spills with a paste made of baking soda and water or large quantities of water. BE CAREFUL! In-Vehicle Service and Testing Follow safety precautions: Wear Proper Eye Protection! Prior to any testing, visually inspect the battery. Look for: • Cracked or broken case or cover • Loose cable connections • Leaking case-to-cover seal • Corrosion • Damaged or leaking terminals Neutralize any corrosion with a baking soda/water paste or battery cleaner spray. Scrape or brush off the residue and wash the area with clean water. Following your visual inspection, check the battery’s state of charge with a voltmeter. You must boost charge a weak battery before load testing. (See charging chart under “Charging Tips” section.) If fully charged, perform a load test. PROTECT YOUR EYES!
  • 24. 20 Battery Care and Maintenance (Cont'd.) Dry Charge Activation Important…WEAR PROPER EYE PROTECTION! 1. Fill each cell to proper level with battery-grade sulfuric acid of 1.265 specific gravity. Battery and acid must be at a temperature of 60°F to 100°F (16°C to 38°C) at time of filling. 2. Boost charge 12V batteries at 15 amps until specific gravity is 1.250 or higher and the electrolyte temperature is at least 60°F (15.5°C). BOTH CONDITIONS MUST BE MET. (Boost charge 6V and 12V heavy-duty batteries at 30 amps.) If violent gassing or spewing occurs, reduce charge rate. 3. After charging, check electrolyte levels. If required, add additional electrolyte to bring all levels to the bottom of the vent wells. DO NOT OVERFILL. If the battery requires top-off while in service, add distilled water…DO NOT ADD ACID. Safe Installation Follow safety precautions: Wear Proper Eye Protection! 1. Before removing old battery, mark the positive (+) and negative (–) cables for proper connection to the new battery. 2. Always disconnect the ground cable first [usually negative (–)] to avoid any sparking around battery. Then dis- connect the positive (+) cable and carefully remove the old battery. 3. Clean and inspect. If necessary, repaint or replace the tray, hold-down and/or battery cables. Cable ends must be clean and corrosion free. Cable must not be frayed or bare. 4. Put corrosion protection washers on battery terminals. Install new battery in same position as old one and tight- en hold-down. Be sure terminals will clear hood, fender, box lid, etc. to avoid vehicle damage and/or explosion. 5. Connect positive (+) cable first. Connect ground cable last. If side terminal connection, use a special side termi- nal torque tool to tighten side terminal cables to avoid damage. Never overtighten or hammer cables onto terminals. 6. Coat terminals and cable connection with a corrosion protection spray. Check the Charging System The voltage regulator should be checked every 10,000 miles or every time you change oil. It should be checked im- mediately if the battery is hot to the touch, if electrolyte is bubbling or spewing from the vents, if your hydrometer reading is below 1.225 or above 1.300, or if the open circuit voltage is below 12.4 volts or above 12.9 volts. Overcharg- ing is evident by excessive water consumption and/or spewing or bubbling of electrolyte out of the vents. Under- charging is evident by slow cranking or lights dimming at idle. Load Testing Follow safety precautions: Wear Proper Eye Protection! First perform an open circuit voltage test, then an adjustable load test. A load test is the best way to determine if the battery is delivering adequate electrical performance. Make sure your variable load tester is working properly. 1. You can't load test a discharged battery. If the voltage is below 12.4, be sure to completely charge it before con- tinuing. Refer to the charging chart under “Charging Tips” section for important information. 2. To avoid sparking and explosive gasses, be sure load tester is OFF and battery is disconnected before hook-up. Use computer memory saver to retain the vehicle’s electronic memory while the battery is disconnected.
  • 25. 21 Battery Care and Maintenance (Cont'd.) 3. Connect the positive (+) tester clamp to the positive (+) battery terminal. Then connect the negative (–) tester clamp to the negative (–) battery terminal. Always protect your eyes. 4. Set the tester for one-half the battery‘s 0°F cold crank rating and apply the load for 15 seconds. (If the CCA rat- ing is unknown, use 1/2 of the minimum O.E. battery CCA requirement of the vehicle.) 5. Estimate the internal temperature of the battery to the nearest 10°F. Apply the load for 15 seconds. Note the volt- age at 15 seconds with the load on and immediately shut the load off. A reading at least equal to the value from the chart below indicates a good battery. 6. If the battery did not meet the required voltage and if it was not charged in Step 1, completely recharge the bat- tery and repeat the test. If it still fails to meet requirements, replace the battery. Battery Temperature 12-Volt Battery 6-Volt Battery 70°F (21°C) or above 9.60 4.80 60°F (16°C) 9.50 4.75 50°F (10°C) 9.40 4.70 40°F (4°C) 9.30 4.65 30°F (1°C) 9.10 4.55 20°F (6°C) 8.90 4.45 10°F (12°C) 8.70 4.35 0°F (18°C) 8.50 4.25 Conductance Testing Follow safety precautions: Wear Proper Eye Protection! Conductance uses the battery’s response to a very small signal in an attempt to predict the effects of a much larger current. Conductance testing is ineffective on a discharged battery. If the battery is known to be discharged or if the tester tells the operator to charge before testing again, the battery must be completely recharged. 1. It may not be required to turn a conductance tester off or on. If off, you must turn on immediately when con- nected to a battery. Most will turn off automatically if ignored long enough. Some have no battery of their own and get all their power from the battery being tested. 2. Connect the positive (+) tester clamp to the positive (+) battery terminal. Then connect the negative (–) tester clamp to the negative (–) battery terminal. If the battery has more than one pair of terminals (e.g. top posts and side terminals) always perform the testing on the terminals that are used in the vehicle. Use the proper charging adapters for stud or side terminal batteries. Never connect tester to a bolt or stud. 3. Turn on if needed. Enter the requested information. Be sure to distinguish between a CCA rating and a CA or MCA rating. If no rating is available, use the minimum O.E. battery CCA requirement of the vehicle. 4. If the tester says to replace a battery that was tested in the vehicle, repeat the testing after removing the cables and cleaning the posts. Check the State of Charge There are two styles of battery…non-accessible maintenance-free types and accessible maintainable types with removable vent caps. Before adding water to a maintainable battery, take an open circuit voltage reading and/or hydrometer reading of one cell. Use a different cell each time. If the readings are below 75%, charge the battery. If the electrolyte level is too low to read with a hydrometer, add water and take the hydrometer reading the following day, after the vehicle
  • 26. 22 Battery Care and Maintenance (Cont'd.) has been driven and the water has had an opportunity to mix. Check electrolyte levels in all cells. If necessary, add only clear, odorless drinking water to bring the liquid level to the level indicator or to 1/2” (13 mm) above the top of the separators. Distilled water is preferred, especially if the water in your area has high iron. Do not overfill any cells. Excess electrolyte may be forced from an overfilled cell and cause corrosion on adjacent metal parts, reduce performance, and shorten life. In cold weather, do not fill cells with water and let stand without running engine or driving the vehicle long enough to allow water to mix with acid. Otherwise, freezing might occur and the battery may crack or explode. Maintenance-free, non-accessible batteries are designed to eliminate the need to add water. Yet the volume of elec- trolyte above plates may eventually become depleted due to abnormal conditions such as high heat or improper reg- ulator setting. Use a voltmeter to check the state of charge. See chart under “CHARGING TIPS” to determine if charging is necessary. DO NOT OPEN FLUSH COVER BATTERIES! If opened, serious personal injury can result and warranty will be voided. Charging Tips Follow safety precautions: Wear Proper Eye Protection! • To avoid a battery explosion, never attempt to charge a frozen battery. Allow it to warm up to room temperature before placing on charge. • Warning: Gel and AGM (Absorbed Glass Mat) batteries require a voltage-limited charger. Charging a Gel or AGM battery on a typical shop charger – even one time– may greatly shorten its life. • Important: Never overcharge batteries. Excessive charging will shorten battery life. • Prior to charging, read the manufacturer’s instructions for proper charger hook-up and use. • Turn charger off prior to hook-up to avoid dangerous sparks. PROTECT YOUR EYES! • Warning: If the electrolyte is accessible, verify that plates are covered before beginning to charge. At the end of charge, add distilled water as needed to bring levels to the proper height. If water is added, charge for an addi- tional 30 minutes to mix. If electrolyte levels are low, but battery is not accessible, remove battery from service. • The maximum charge rate in amperes should be no more than 1/3 of the battery’s reserve capacity minute rating. If the terminal voltage exceeds 16.0 volts while charging, reduce the charge rate. • Continue charging and reduce the rate as needed until a two-hour period results in no increase in voltage or de- crease in current. • If violent gassing or spewing of electrolyte occurs, or the battery case feels hot to the touch, temporarily reduce or halt charging. Voltage State of Charge Approx. Battery Charging Time (1) to Full Charge at 80°F / 27°C Standard Battery Maximum Rate At 6 V 12 V 50 Amps 30 Amps 20 Amps 10 Amps 6.3 12.6 100% — Full Charge — 6.2 12.4 75% 20 min. 35 min. 48 min. 90 min. 6.1 12.2 50% 45 min. 75 min. 95 min. 180 min. 6.0 12.0 25% 65 min. 115 min. 145 min. 280 min. 5.9 11.8 0% 85 min. 150 min. 195 min. 370 min. 1 Charging time depends upon battery capacity, condition, age, temperature and efficiency of charger.
  • 27. 23 Battery Care and Maintenance (Cont'd.) Side Terminal Charging Posts Side Terminal Charging Posts should be used to ensure the best testing and charging results for side terminal bat- teries. The charging posts will provide a flush lead-to-lead contact. Be sure to tighten the charging post until it is snug and secure. This will allow a strong current to pass from the charging post to the battery terminal. DO NOT USE Battery Bolt Extenders or Battery Bolts for testing or charging batteries. They do not provide the neces- sary lead-to-lead contact, and can reduce your cold cranking amperage (CCA) and state of charge readings. Bat- teries should be boost charged if the open circuit volt-age (voltmeter) reading is below 12.4 volts. See charging chart below. Rotate Battery Stock Use oldest batteries first. Batteries require periodic stock rotation and routine charging. Always rotate stock using the FIFO (First In, First Out) method…NOT FISH (First In, Still Here). Shipping Date Code Month Year A – January 2 – 2012 B – February 3 – 2013 C – March 4 – 2014 D – April 5 – 2015 E – May 6 – 2016
  • 28. 24 Battery Care and Maintenance (Cont'd.) Shipping Date Code Month Year F – June 7 – 2017 G – July 8 – 2018 H – August 9 – 2019 J – September 0 – 2020 K – October 1 – 2021 L – November 2 – 2022 M – December 3 – 2023 Example: L0 – Battery shipped November 2010 Always use oldest batteries first. REMEMBER…WET OR DRY, ALWAYS ROTATE YOUR STOCK! Battery Storage Tips Batteries should be stored in a cool, dry area in an upright position. Never stack batteries directly on top of each other unless they’re in cartons. Do not stack more than 3 high (2 high if battery type is heavy commercial). Test wet batteries every 4–6 months and recharge if necessary. Always test and charge if necessary before installation. (See “Charging Tips” sections.) Sell Plenty of Power Sell cranking amps…Not months of warranty! Always sell your customers a battery that has enough cranking power and reserve capacity to get the job done. Consider the vehicle manufacturer’s recommended capacity to be a minimum-capacity guideline. A vehicle that has a lot of electrical accessories such as on-board computers, air condi- tioning, two way radios, etc. will need a more powerful battery for optimum performance. 80° 32° 0°-18° 0° 27° Along with electrical accessories, temperature also has an effect on battery performance. Vehicles operated in extremely cold climates will need a bat- tery rated well above the O.E. recommendation. Likewise, vehicles operated in hot climates will not need extremely high CCA ratings. Point these facts out to your customers and sell up to the higher grade levels if necessary. Remember, you can’t sell a battery with too much power in colder climates! Temperature has a dramatic effect on a battery’s ability to crank an engine. Not only does cold rob batteries of power, it also stiffens motor oil making engines harder to start. And heat can damage batteries by causing internal components to wear out quickly while also making engines difficult to start.
  • 29. 25 Battery Care and Maintenance (Cont'd.) Jump Starting Refer to owner‘s manual for manufacturer‘s recommended procedure. Shield eyes and face at all times…Never lean directly over battery when testing, jump starting or performing other maintenance. Be sure vent caps are tight and level. Place a damp rag over the vent caps of both batteries. Be sure vehicles do not touch each other. 1. Connect one end of positive (+) booster cable to positive (+) terminal of discharged battery, wired to starter or solenoid. 2. Connect other end of positive (+) booster cable to positive (+) terminal of booster battery. 3. Connect one end of negative (–) booster cable to negative (–) terminal of booster battery, wired to ground. 4. Complete hook-up by connecting other end of negative (–) booster cable to engine block of stalled vehicle — as far away from battery as possible...AWAY FROM MOVING FAN AND GAS LINES. 5. Start both vehicles and remove cables in reverse order of connection. Discard the rags. See diagram below for proper hookup. Jump Starting Diagram PROTECT YOUR EYES! IMPORTANT! Connect to a ground, away from battery...away from moving fan and gas lines. * Source: Battery Council International
  • 30. 26 Electrical Parts Battery Accessories Note: Ratings and Part Numbers are subject to change without notice Part Number Description 295-2618 Pocket Multimeter Wing Nuts Part Number Description Where Used 2B-9498 Wing Nut For use with 175-4390, 175-4370, 175-4360, and 8C-3628 3B-0723 Wing Nut For use with 8C-3638, 8C-3639 and Marine Batteries 177-2330 Digital Battery Analyzer SMCS Code: 1401-081, 0785 Model: All Warranty: One Year • Replaces 127-8078 Battery Analyzer • Used to quickly and accurately test condition of 6 and 12 volt batteries (even discharged to as low as 4 volt • Check for full state charge, condition of battery, and battery voltage in 20 seconds • Test batteries in machine or vehicle without disconnecting battery cables • Battery does not have to be fully charged at time of testing • Saves time and money by allowing dealers to test condition of a battery while customer is present (works great for warranty claims) • Eliminates need to charge and discharge a battery to test its condition • Compensates for cold temperatures when testing batteries in extreme conditions • Power-down feature prolongs battery life in analyzer • Analyzer has reverse polarity and is protected to 17 volts maximum References NEHS0764, Tool Operating Manual, Using the 177-2330 Battery Analyzer Battery rating range: Cold cranking amps (CCA) 50 - 4000 Cranking amps (CA) 65 - 5000 Ampere hours (A h) 6 - 500 DC voltmeter range 1.0 - 14 V Voltmeter accuracy ±0.1 V Power source 9 V battery or test battery Test time 20 seconds Analyzer cable length 815 mm (32 in) Overall size 210 x 140 x 38 mm (8.25 x 5.5 x 1.5 in)
  • 31. 27 Electrical Parts 177-2330 Digital Battery Analyzer (Cont'd.) Battery rating range: Weight 0.68 kg (1.5 lb) Operating temperature range 0° to 50° C (32° to 120° F) Storage temperature range -20° to 70° C (0° to 160° F) Over voltage protection Up to 18 V Part Number Description 177-2330 Digital Battery Analyzer 4C-4911 Battery Load Tester SMCS Code: 1401-081, 0785 Model: All Models Warranty: One Year • Used to test 6, 8 and 12 volt heavy equipment and automotive batteries • Has built-in LCD digital voltmeter and ammeter • Load adjustment knob for current drawn from battery to be adjusted up to maxi- mum of 1000 amperes • Cooled by internal fan automatically activated when load applied to prevent car- bon pile overheating • Large, 15 mm (0.59 in) high display digits are easier to read Reference SEHS9249, Special Instruction Load test 6, 8 and 12 V batteries Load current 0 - 1000 A (carbon pile) Duty cycle Continuous, limited only by cable and clamp heating Operating temperature 0° - 50° C (32° ± 122° F) Voltmeter accuracy 0.1% of full scale ± 1 digit Ammeter accuracy ±3% of reading ± 1 digit Size 33 x 33 x 30 cm (13 x 13 x 12 in) Weight 12.428 kg (27.375 lb) Part Number Description 4C-4911 Battery Load Tester
  • 32. 28 Electrical Parts 271-8590 24-Volt Analyzer Group Model: All Warranty: Manufacturer’s European Union compliant, CE marked • Used to perform battery, electrical system, and diode tests • Used with 225-8266 Amp Probe and 271-8585 Printer • Used on 12 and 24 volt electrical systems (digital circuitry accurately controls testing — requires minimal interaction) • Hand-held • Large, backlit display requires less scrolling, provides more information • Long 4.6 m (15.0 ft) cables allow operator to perform tests from cab of machine • Step-by-step instructions quickly and easily guide technician through tests • Tests flooded lead acid and absorbed glass mat (AGM) batteries with 50 to 4000 Cold Cranking Amp (CCA), Cranking Amp (CA), Amp Hours (A-HR), Japanese Industrial Standard (JIS), or German-Deutsche Industry Norm (DIN) capacity ratings • Tests battery pack configurations, through algorithm design: - single battery, 6- or 12-volt - 2 batteries in series, 24-volt - 2, 3, or 4 batteries in parallel, 12-volt - 2 banks in parallel, each bank with batteries in series, 24-volt • Internal resistance loads are applied for all configurations • Amp clamp connections allow use of optional amp clamp cables for current drain and starting/charging tests • Features infrared communications compatibility for optional wireless printer with user defined header and foot- er for custom printouts • PC interface port allows unit updates as new software is released — download software for new battery types, system updates, and features • Ergonomically designed over-molded surround with soft-touch keys for easy operation while wearing gloves during cold weather • Security cable connection tethers tool in order to prevent drops or for security purposes • Includes 24-volt analyzer, test cables, battery terminal adapters, manual, and case with foam insert Repair Information The unit is warrantied by the manufacturer for 3 years from the date of receipt. Cables are warrantied for 90 days from the date of receipt. If the unit needs servicing, contact the manufacturer’s repair facility. SPX Service Repair 755 Eisenhower Drive Owatonna, MN 55060 Attn: Repair Department Phone: 800-344-4013 Visit the SPX Repair Track web link to complete and submit the form for proper authorization: https://repairtrack. spx.com Reference NEHS0973, Tool Operating Manual, 271-8590 Analyzer Group (24 Volt) Item Description Battery tests Flooded lead acid (FLA) absorbed glass mat (AGM) Cold cranking amp range 50 - 4000 CCA / 24 V
  • 33. 29 Electrical Parts 271-8590 24-Volt Analyzer Group (Cont'd.) Battery voltage Single, series, or parallel to 24 V Electrical system tests 12 and 24 V, starting/charging/diode test Scales CCA, CA, AHR, MCA, JIS, DIN PC interface For field software updates IR compatible For optional infrared wireless printer Amp clamp ports For optional amp clamp connections Display Backlit 4 x 20 character display Part Number Description 271-8590 24-Volt Analyzer Group Replacement Parts 271-8587 Test cables, 4.6 m (15 ft) 271-8589 Analyzer Only 281-1947 Rechargeable Battery 281-1950 Carrying Case with Foam Insert Optional Accessories 184-7679 Paper - Roll 225-8266 Clamp On Ammeter (400, 1200 A ranges) 271-8585 Optional Printer Group 281-1948 Printer Serial Cable 245-5829 Battery and Coolant Refractometer • Used to measure freezing point of coolants plus battery charge condition. • Refractometer uses a prism and lens with simple focus adjustment to provide ac- curate and repeatable measurements on easy to read scales. • Easy to operate. • Automatic temperature compensation (ATC). • Requires only 2 to 3 drops of solution. • Carrying case and calibration screwdriver included. • Reads degrees Centigrade and Fahrenheit. Range Resolution -60 to 32°F propylene glycol freeze point 10°F -50 to 0°C ethylene glycol freeze point 5°C 1.15 to 1.30 specific gravity of battery acid 0.01 Product Part Number Battery and Coolant Refractometer 245-5829
  • 34. 30 Electrical Parts Battery Post Set Part Number Description 4C-5637 10 mm (3/8 in) Female for Stud Type Batteries 4C-5638 10 mm (3/8 in) Male for Side Terminal Batteries Booster Cables • Professional quality • Ensure quick and efficient connections • Designed for convenience and safety • Replacement clamps available Part Number Length Gauge Gauge (circular mil) Jacket Clamp Rating Side Terminal Adapters Approx. Individual Weight Heavy Duty and Super Heavy Duty Cables 4C-4934 (1) 4 m (12 ft) 5 AWG 32,900 T-94 (2) 500 A Yes 3.6 kg (7.94 lb) 4C-4938 5 m (15 ft) 1/0 AWG 106,400 T-94 (2) 800 A No 7.3 kg (16.09 lb) Booster Cables 300-5899 6 m (20 ft) 2 AWG 62,450 T-94 (2) 600P No 6.4 kg (14.11 lb) 4C-4933 4 m (12 ft) 4 AWG 37,360 T-94 (2) 500E No 2.7 kg (5.95 lb) 4C-4935 5 m (16 ft) 4 AWG 37,360 T-94 (2) 500E No 3.6 kg (7.94 lb) 4C-4936 6 m (20 ft) 4 AWG 37,360 T-94 (2) 500E No 4.1 kg (9.04 lb) 1 Equipped with stop/go light — red L.E.D.s warn operator if polarity is reversed 2 T-94: fl exible to 4° C (-40° F)
  • 35. 31 Electrical Parts Portable Chargers Warranty: Manufacturer, Mixed (3) 4C-4924 • Chargers all standard and maintenance free 6/12 Volt Batteries with 4 charging positions • Fully portable • Fan cooling mechanism prevents overheating enhancing unit’s life span significantly • Certified for outdoor use in any weather • Cautions against incorrect polarity with patented “stop-go-light” technology • 500 Amp clamps are covered with vinyl insulation; will not arc or spark 200-6319 • Analyzes battery condition and automatically selects proper charging technique • Voltage controlled charging • Suitable for flooded batteries including GEL and AGM • Utilizes three color LEDS to monitor charging status • Program for deep discharge recovery of flooded batteries • Capable of charging both small and large batteries • Switch for selecting battery type • Maintains battery charge, can be left connected to battery Part Number Battery Voltage AC Input Continuous Rating Amps Boost Rating Cranking Assist Rating Timer Weight AC Cord DC Leads Clamp Rating Shipping Dimen- sions (H x W x D) 4C-4924 Specifications 4C-4924 (3) 6/12 Volt 120VAC, 12.9A, 60Hz 70/60 Amp 420 Amp 230 Amp 90 min Auto 17 kg (38 lb) (6 1/2 ft) 2 m 7 ft 4/AWG 500 Amp – 200-6319 Specifications 200-6319 (3) 12 Volt 120VAC, 2.2A, 60Hz 10 Amp – – – 5 kg (11 lb) (6 ft) 1.8 m 6 ft 16/ AWG 50 Amp 10 in x 9 in x 9 in Battery Post Brush Warranty: Caterpillar Standard Warranty, 6 Months • Stiff wire bristles thoroughly clean posts Part Number Description 1U-9921 Battery Post Brush 3 Part number 200-6319: One Year; Part number 4C-4924: One Year on parts/labor, five years on transformer/rectifier
  • 36. 32 Electrical Parts 140-9944 Terminal Kit SMCS Code: 1400-023, 0700 Model: All Cat Engines Warranty: Six Months • Replaces discontinued 1P-2305 Terminal Kit • Used to repair wiring harness terminal ends which have become damaged or unserviceable • Hand crimping tool has built-in dies for crimping insulated and non-insulated ter- minals, cutting edges for cutting wire, notches for stripping 10 to 22 gauge wire, shears for cutting up to 4.7 mm (0.18 in) diameter bolts, 2-thread chasers for screws with 24 and 32 threads-per-inch screws, and a scale for measuring screw length • Splice connectors have hot-melt adhesive and shrink ends that when heated will provide an environmental seal around wire Qty. Shipped Part No. Description Replacement Qty. 1 140-9944 Terminal Kit 1 Terminal and Wire Splice Service/Repair Parts 1 9S-9150 Terminal Crimp Tool 1 10 2L-8058 Terminal (8 Gauge 1/4 in Stud) 10 10 2L-8066 Terminal (12 - 10 Gauge No. 10 Stud) 10 10 2L-8067 Terminal (12 - 10 Gauge 1/4 in Stud) 10 10 2L-8069 Terminal (12 - 10 Gauge 3/8 in Stud) 10 10 2L-8071 Terminal (12 - 10 Gauge 1/2 in Stud) 10 10 4S-1988 Terminal (Blade, Crimp Type) 50 15 136-4876 Wire Splice (12 - 10 Gauge) 1 15 136-4877 Wire Splice (16 - 14 Gauge) 1 15 136-4878 Wire Splice (22 - 18 Gauge) 1 15 2L-8077 Terminal (16 - 14 Gauge 1/4 in Stud) 15 15 2L-8079 Terminal (16 - 14 Gauge 3/8 in Stud) 15 20 2L-8075 Terminal (16 - 14 Gauge No. 8 Stud) 20 20 2L-8076 Terminal (16 - 14 Gauge No. 10 Stud) 20 30 5P-4571 Terminal (16 - 14 Gauge) 20
  • 37. 33 Electrical Parts 175-3700 DT Connector Service Kit, 147-6456 Wedge Removal Tool SMCS Code: 1408-023 Model: All Models with Electronic Controls Warranty: One Year • Used to maintain and repair Deutsch "DT" style connectors on electronic engine control harnesses • 175-3700 DT Connector Service Kit — connector/contact assortment for owners of discontinued 4C-3406 Connector Service Kits which have 1U-5804 Crimp Tool • 147-6456 Wedge Removal Tool included in kits — also available separately Reference SEHS9615, Special Instruction — A black plug and connector body has been re- leased to improve sealing. Please refer to SEHS9615 for a more detailed explanation of interchangeability. NOTE: 1U-5804 Crimp Tool is not included but can be ordered separately. Item Part Number Description 1 175-3700 Connector Service Kit (less crimp tool) 2 147-6456 Wedge Removal Tool (included in kit) 3 152-7997 Utility Box 9U-7560 Field Soldering Iron Group, 9U-7561 Field Soldering Iron SMCS Code: 0709 Model: All Models Warranty: One Year • Used to solder electrical connections in the field — light-weight and easy to use • Used with 4C-9024 Battery Pack Group • Tip is temperature regulated (provides better control for outdoor usage) • In-line fuse prevents damage and/or overload • Plugs into any 12V vehicle cigarette lighter plug • Optional 4C-9024 Portable Battery Pack will power 9U-7561 for 3 hours continuously Reference NEHS0601, Tool Operating Manual Voltage requirement 12 VDC Wattage 42 Watts Tip temperature 370° C (700° F) Length 190 mm (7.5 in) Cord length 3.5 m (11.50 ft) NEEG2588 Soldering Iron Label NEEG2587 Case Label
  • 38. 34 Electrical Parts 9U-7560 Field Soldering Iron Group, 9U-7561 Field Soldering Iron (Cont'd.) Item Part Number Description 1 9U-7561 Soldering Iron 2 9U-7562 Solder, 0.5 kg (1 lb) Spool 3 6V-3073 Case - Plastic — 9U-7560 Field Soldering Iron Group Service/Repair Parts (Sold Separately) — 2S-6024 Fuse or 333672 Fuse, 5 amp — 6V-6024 Foam Block — 9U-7563 Tip, Soldering Iron Replacement 5P-7277 Voltage Tester SMCS Code: 1400-038, 1400-081, 1450-081, 1700-081, 1800-081, 3168-035, 5050-081, 7300-081, 7400-081, 7451-038 Model: 215, 428, 621E, 627E, 768C, 769C, 793 All models Warranty: One Year • Used to make quick checks for presence of voltage • Indispensable for checking out circuits, relays, bulbs, wires, and switches • Designed for voltage range from 12 to 36 volts • Bulb lights brightly when connected to 36 volts and gets progressively dimmer with lower voltages • Encased in rugged, high-impact plastic housing which is grease and chemical resistant • Standard 8D-1429 Bulb required for replacement Part Number Description 5P-7277 Voltage Tester
  • 39. 35 Electrical Parts 8T-0500 Continuity Testing Light SMCS Code: 1000-017, 1000-025, 1250-025, 1250-036, 1355-081, 1400-038, 3071-017, 3100-017, 3156-010, 3156-012, 3200-038, 3224-025, 4208-010, 5050-038, 7400-036, 7451- 038, 7401-045 Model: All Models Warranty: One Year • Used to test non-energized circuits; lamp comes on brightly when connected across low resistance circuit; no light appears if resistance of circuit exceeds 10 ohms • Designed for rugged field use • Comes with light bulb and 2 "N" size batteries (1.5 volts) and instruction decals Reference NEHS0543, Special Instruction, Checking Diodes Part Number Description 8T-0500 Light - Continuity Testing Service/Repair Parts 4C-8363 Battery, Size N, 1.5 V 6V-3061 Bulb
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  • 42. 38 Classic™ Parts Cat Classic Parts: The right durability at the right price for your mid-late lifecycle, lower usage, lighter application, machines. Cat products have long, productive lives. As the utilization of the equipment changes, maintenance costs often need to be re-evaluated, taking the remaining market value into consideration. Cat Classic Parts are lower- cost, genuine Cat parts that provide acceptable service life for Cat equipment in light-duty applications. Not all Cat premium parts have a Classic option. The Classic Parts line generally contains parts that have a greater impact on the overall repair costs. Together with Cat premium and remanufactured parts, Cat Classic Parts help Caterpillar of- fer value-priced repair alternatives over the entire product life cycle. Benefits • Lower owning and operating costs for Cat equipment in light duty applications • Standard Cat parts warranty • One stop shopping for all parts needs • Quality controlled parts: Cat Classic parts approved by Caterpillar engineers, en- suring the part will meet form, fit, or function. Quality control procedures in place at parts locations to ensure highest quality parts are delivered • Parts provided from the name you can trust - Cat
  • 43. 39 Classic Engine Parts Premium Part Number Part Name Classic Part Number 100-2930 Gasket Kit - F 393-1026 100-2937 Kit - Gasket (OCL) 436-8417 100-2941 Gasket Kit 393-1020 100-2951 Gasket Kit SCH 447-8649 100-2953 Gasket Kit SCH 393-1025 100-4594 Muffler As 360-7862 100-5953 Gasket Kit - F 437-4573 100-6298 Camshaft As 398-2958 100-6920 Adapter-Nozzle 380-1552 100-7408 Camshaft As 378-4000 100-7860 Valve-Inlet 270-4360 101-0155 Pipe As-Exhaust 399-4427 101-1530 Bearing-Main 419-6382 101-1816 Bridge As-Intake 374-4689 101-1817 Bridge As-Exh 374-4690 101-1818 Bridge As-Exh 374-4691 101-3125 Gasket 420-8567 101-3374 Gear-Camshaft Dr 376-9069 101-7354 Manifold-Exhaust 386-3060 101-8644 Kit - Gasket (OCL) 436-8416 101-8740 Muffler As 360-7878 101-9640 Gear-Air Compr 398-2966 102-1561 Lifter As-Valve 311-9402 102-3927 Muffler As 420-6219 102-8501 Manifold-Exhaust 377-5853 102-8503 Manifold-Exhaust 392-4513 102-8608 Manifold-Exhaust 376-9062 103-0887 Pulley-Idler 449-9546 104-1706 Valve-Regulating 432-8281 104-3014 Gasket Kit 388-0656 104-5283 Manifold-Exhaust 394-9831 104-9635 Kit - Gasket-SCH 436-8415 105-1738 Manifold-Exhaust 374-4692 105-8651 Core As-OCLR 434-9521 106-2822 Gasket Kit 436-8376 106-8711 Elbow-Exhaust 383-3709 107-0621 Kit - Gasket-SCH 436-8414 107-7473 Muffler As. 385-7223 107-7708 Bearing-Main 419-6381 107-7750 Pulley 382-6896 107-8106 Manifold-Exh 374-7487 107-8107 Manifold-Exh 398-2926 107-8108 Manifold-Exh 385-6141 107-8109 Manifold-Exh 374-7488 107-8112 Manifold-Exh 376-9063 108-2102 Bonnet-Valve 455-3274 108-5603 Screw-Adj Arm 379-0166 108-5680 Gage-Oil Level 378-4001 108-6630 Pump Gp-F Inj - B 432-8276 108-6631 Plunger & BBL As 419-4744 108-6633 Pump Gp-Fuel Inj 420-6215 109-4848 Pulley-C Shaft 416-5507 Premium Part Number Part Name Classic Part Number 109-6928 Gasket Kit 436-8413 109-9323 Muffler As 369-9491 109-9463 Muffler As 360-7864 110-1337 Ring Kit-PSTN 377-5834 110-5096 Head As-Cyl 394-0915 111-1757 Gasket Kit - SCH 436-8395 111-2645 Valve-Pump Byp 441-1561 111-8015 Gasket As-Head 279-4977 112-1665 Muffler As. 435-4847 112-3249 Muffler As 247-2661 112-5088 Muffler As. 396-9943 112-5089 Muffler As-NA 390-0982 112-5538 Kit - Gasket-SCH 436-8412 112-7750 Manifold-Exhaust 390-0919 112-7751 Manifold-Exhaust 390-0917 112-7993 Gasket Kit 437-3231 113-4610 Gasket Kit 436-8410 113-6200 Gasket 438-2020 114-0915 Shield As 394-0887 114-1398 Gauge-Oil Level 394-9815 114-4787 Kit - Gasket (OCL) 388-0657 115-2367 Valve-Exhaust 384-8700 115-2368 Valve-Inlet 384-8704 115-2989 Manifold-Exhaust 434-9635 115-3657 Kit - Gasket-OCL 437-4572 115-4204 Pulley As-Idler 301-5219 115-4237 Pulley-Idler 374-4693 115-4517 Core As-OCLR 421-7281 115-9398 Arm-Valve Rocker 433-0448 115-9399 Arm-Valve Rocker 433-0447 115-9400 Arm As-UI Rocker 433-0446 115-9403 Shaft As 434-7259 116-1102 Sleeve-Injector 451-9024 116-7885 Pan-Oil (Front) 379-0173 117-0456 Crankshaft As 394-2587 117-5200 Spider As-Fan 428-8686 117-7899 Gasket Kit - SCH 436-8409 117-7901 Kit - Gasket (F) 436-8397 117-9712 Shaft - Dr Idler 425-7754 118-2089 Pulley 434-2449 118-8458 Spider As-Fan 395-1306 118-9906 Muffler As 360-7865 119-2940 Gasket 378-4002 119-6772 Valve-Exhaust 384-8699 120-0300 Fan As-Radiator 419-4648 121-5455 Tube As-Exhaust 449-4735 121-5457 Tube As-Exhaust 419-4670 121-5459 Tube As.-Exhaust 420-6397 121-5461 Tube As-Exhaust 419-4666 121-7746 Pre-Cleaner As 360-2311 122-0321 Valve-Exhaust 384-8698 122-0322 Valve-Inlet 384-8703 Premium Part Number Part Name Classic Part Number 122-8900 Kit - Gasket(F) 437-3230 123-6592 Gasket Kit 437-4571 123-6597 Gasket Kit 436-8421 124-3012 Gasket Kit 437-3229 124-3237 Pre-Cleaner As 432-4220 124-3684 Gasket Kit-SCH 437-8646 124-7566 Kit - Gasket-ACL 437-4570 124-7569 Gasket Kit 393-1041 124-7570 Kit - Gasket-ACL 437-4569 124-7609 Gear-Pump Idler 428-8504 125-2728 Core As 395-1302 125-2950 Gear As 301-4762 126-0734 Muffler As 397-5052 126-5056 Shield As-Man LH 369-9492 126-5057 Shield As-Man LH 369-9493 126-5875 Flywheel As. 374-4694 126-7134 Pipe As-Exhaust 451-9032 126-8557 Pulley 433-2027 127-1517 Gasket Kit - F 437-4568 127-1518 Gasket Kit - F 437-4567 127-2194 Gasket Kit-SCH 437-8645 127-3467 Manifold-Exhaust 394-9827 127-4525 Gage As 386-3043 127-4953 Gasket Kit-SCH 437-8676 127-5022 Gasket Kit-SCH 437-8643 127-5537 Core As-OCLR 325-6045 127-6356 Cover As.-Pump 420-8566 127-6974 Gasket Kit 393-3638 127-8592 Muffler As 347-0463 127-8594 Muffler As-Turbo 390-0981 128-1009 Muffler As 435-6047 128-2922 Kit - Gasket (WP) 386-3814 128-3132 Gasket Kit 437-4566 129-3068 Rebuild Kit-Pump 363-7455 129-3069 Rebuild Kit-Pump 363-7456 129-9907 Impeller-Pump 383-1589 130-1455 Gasket Kit 437-4604 130-1521 Gasket Kit - SCH 393-1030 130-6856 Pre-Cleaner As 361-1717 131-8674 Gear As-Drive 394-0911 132-7923 Gasket Kit-SCH 437-8642 133-3359 Manifold-Exhaust 419-4730 133-3545 Tightener-Belt 434-1407 133-3565 Tube As-Exhaust 374-4695 133-3566 Tube As-Exhaust 378-4003 133-3919 Gasket Kit-SCH 393-1031 133-4995 Gasket-Cyl Head 434-2445 133-6597 Pipe- Extension 420-6220 133-8991 Line As-Fuel Inj 378-4004 133-8992 Line As-Fuel Inj 378-4005 133-8993 Line As-Fuel Inj 378-4006 133-8994 Line As-Fuel Inj 378-4007
  • 44. 40 Classic Engine Parts Premium Part Number Part Name Classic Part Number 133-8995 Line As-Fuel Inj 378-4008 133-8996 Line As-Fuel Inj 378-4009 133-9016 Pulley 421-7191 134-3036 Gasket Kit 393-3629 134-3038 Gasket Kit 437-3228 134-3068 Kit - Gasket(F) 393-3636 134-4200 Manifold-Exhaust 443-2060 134-9807 Gasket Kit 437-3214 135-0239 Gasket Kit 437-4606 135-2151 Tensioner 419-4735 135-2376 Gasket Kit-LOWER 393-3634 135-2707 Kit - Gasket (BSC) 392-4506 135-3225 Shaft As 399-8582 135-4928 Shaft-Water Pump 386-3813 135-7989 Gasket Kit 393-3633 135-8167 Pipe-Extension 395-1305 136-0819 Valve-Exhaust 384-8697 137-1339 Pump Gp-Water -B 434-6112 137-1970 Impeller-Pump 380-1553 137-4097 Muffler As. 360-7866 137-6500 Rotocoil As. 397-5053 137-6995 Muffler As 360-7868 138-1987 Gasket Kit - F 437-3238 138-4037 Kit - Gasket (ACL) 438-1797 138-4039 Kit - Gasket (F) 437-3224 138-4338 Kit - Gasket - T 393-1032 138-6743 Gasket Kit 437-3223 138-6744 Rebuild Kit-Pump 363-7457 138-7025 Kit - Gasket (F) 437-3222 138-9381 Plate-Spacer 424-7052 139-4750 Kit - Gasket - F 437-3221 139-4758 Gasket Kit 436-8405 139-8963 Kit - Gasket - MCH 436-8404 140-1093 Gasket Kit - SCH 436-8394 140-2246 Gasket Kit 383-3710 140-2731 Kit - Gasket (CL) 436-8403 140-2739 Kit - Gasket - ACL 437-3220 140-2746 Kit - Gasket - MCH 437-3219 140-2749 Gasket Kit 393-1033 140-2859 Kit - Gasket - MCH 437-3218 140-9631 Kit - Gasket (F) 437-3217 140-9898 Gasket Kit 437-3216 140-9902 Gasket Kit 393-0916 141-0338 Kit - Gasket (ACL) 437-3215 141-0340 Kit - Gasket (F) 436-8402 141-0345 Gasket Kit 437-3227 141-0348 Gasket Kit 437-4579 141-1021 Gasket Kit 437-4615 141-1028 Kit - Gasket(SCH) 435-2576 141-1936 Kit - Gasket(F) 437-4614 141-1939 Gasket Kit 437-4613 141-1942 Gasket Kit 437-4612 Premium Part Number Part Name Classic Part Number 141-4109 Core As-OCLR 416-5518 141-4617 Kit - Gasket(ACL) 393-0917 141-4974 Gasket Kit 388-0658 141-5787 Kit - Gasket(OCL) 437-4611 141-7274 Gasket Kit 418-1951 141-7277 Kit - Gasket-FS 437-4610 141-7955 Gasket Kit 437-4609 141-9792 Gasket Kit - OCL 393-3632 142-0226 Kit - Gasket-FS 393-1034 142-0227 Gasket Kit 437-4608 142-0228 Gasket Kit - SCH 393-1035 142-0404 Kit - Gasket-FS 437-4607 142-1662 Kit - Gasket(F) 392-4511 142-1699 Gasket Kit 392-4507 142-2221 Gasket Kit - SCH 437-8127 142-2535 Gasket Kit 437-4593 142-3035 Kit - Gasket (WLG) 393-0926 142-5093 Gasket Kit 437-4605 142-7526 Gasket Kit 393-0918 142-8811 Muffler As 360-2297 142-8845 Muffler As 360-9619 143-0905 Gasket Kit 437-4617 143-1314 Kit - Gasket-T 437-4603 143-2605 Kit - Gasket-MCH 393-0915 143-5428 Gasket Kit 437-8115 143-5430 Gasket Kit 437-4602 143-5447 Gasket Kit - F 393-1036 144-0482 Gasket 420-8547 144-0502 Ring Kit-Piston 395-1312 144-0503 Piston & Ring Kt 380-1554 144-0744 Compressor Gp -B 435-6046 145-0162 Bearing-Main 419-6380 145-0163 Bearing-Main 419-6336 145-0164 Bearing-Main 419-6376 145-0165 Bearing-Main 419-6388 145-2867 Kit - Gasket (WP) 449-9830 145-4585 Muffler As 360-9627 145-6726 Gasket Kit 437-4600 145-8503 Shaft As-Idler 426-0035 146-4229 Gasket Kit - SCH 437-4599 146-9733 Muffler As 435-6045 147-3781 Kit - Gasket (WP) 422-2484 147-6170 Gasket Kit 437-4598 147-9670 Fan As-REV 435-9912 148-2125 Liner-Cylinder 458-0154 148-7455 Valve - Exhaust 270-4361 148-8269 Gasket Kit - CL 437-4597 148-8861 Gasket Kit 437-4596 148-9810 Gasket Kit 393-3631 149-0625 Kit - Gasket(F) 437-4595 149-0629 Gasket Kit - SCH 437-4594 149-2752 Muffler 360-9628 Premium Part Number Part Name Classic Part Number 149-4912 Gasket Kit - SCH 437-4616 150-1914 Manifold-Exh 434-6111 150-1916 Manifold-Exh 395-1322 150-3416 Muffler 360-9620 150-4637 Pan-Oil 377-5843 150-8459 Kit - Gasket(F) 438-1798 150-8685 Gasket Kit 392-4503 151-5911 Manifold As.-Exh 441-5604 152-3952 Impeller-Pump 374-4696 152-5705 Gasket 447-0830 153-7023 Valve-Inlet 391-1106 153-7024 Valve-Exhaust 391-1107 154-1642 Gasket Kit - SCL 437-8117 154-8030 Gasket 394-0894 155-1378 Gasket Kit - SCH 437-8152 155-1379 Gasket Kit - SCH 386-3815 155-2819 Ejector As-Exh 325-6078 155-5619 Gasket 382-5054 155-6637 Gear-Oil Drive 425-9189 156-6237 Elbow As 396-1567 157-2828 Muffler As 360-9621 159-3021 Gasket 377-5845 159-3263 Muffler As 430-7623 159-9742 Kit - Gasket(F) 437-1996 160-8178 Rod As-Conn 379-8869 160-9874 Kit - Gasket-SCL 386-3048 161-3411 Gasket 394-0896 161-4111 Pump Gp-XX 1 GR 374-7502 161-7128 Spring As. 419-4726 162-3904 Pump As-F Prm 391-1102 162-4012 Gasket Kit - F 437-8126 163-1387 Gear-Flywheel 374-4697 163-3103 Manifold-Exh 430-8992 163-4063 Core As-Rdtr 391-9826 163-4109 Manifold-Exhaust 433-9857 163-5316 Kit - Gasket(F) 437-2018 163-5636 Kit - Gasket(OCL) 437-2017 163-5723 Gasket Kit - SCH 437-8641 164-2138 Gasket Kit - SCH 437-2016 164-6574 Kit - Gasket-ACL 437-2015 165-4262 Body As-Piston 270-4351 165-4262 Body As-Piston 270-4353 165-7573 Kit - Gasket (FS) 438-0141 165-9864 Gasket Kit-SCH 388-0659 166-9142 Gasket 420-8546 167-8123 Damper As 299-2006 167-8126 Damper As 382-8019 170-0556 Kit-Rebuild-Pump 383-3712 170-0558 Kit-Rebuild-Pump 390-1001 170-0560 Rebuild Kit-Pump 363-7458 170-0564 Rebuild Kit-Pump 380-7576 170-0566 Kit-Rebuild-Pump 377-5835