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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Hilti TE-60 hammer drill
what I would do if you have a fax machine is call 1-800-879-8000 and request a schematic on this tool first. Some of their products are not that easy to disassemble. I never have worked on the TE-60 but have on some of their other products and they are all different. Hope this helps
Posted on Dec 19, 2008
Its not that hard. however I have been working with hiltis for 22 years. once you have removed the handl assembly, remove the 4 screws which hold the motor unit to the gearbox. you will lose oil but dont worry. this will expose the drive gears. the smaller one is the crank drive or the hammer action. the larger one is the clutch assembly for the drilling action. remove the smaller of the 2 gears from its shaft by removing the circlip. you should now be able to see the circlip which holds the crankshaft into the gear housing. remove the circlip and pull out th crankshaft, this will be a tight fit so you may have to hold the shaft in a vice and carefully fit the gear housing using a rubber mallet. now you have to remove the chuck. 1st remove the rubber cap by getting a large flat screwdrivver behind it. using circlip pliers, remove the c-clip (wear safety goggles) the rest of the chuck parts should them be able to be removed with easy. you should now be able to see a large circlip, remove it. you can now remove the oil seal. this will need replacing as it is hard to remove without damage. part number 206105. under the seal there is another circlip. once this is removed you will be able the remove the guts of the gear box. again you may have to put the chuck tube in a vice and tap the gearbox housing with a rubber mallet. again you will loose oil. to reassembly just reverse the prosess. remove the oil filler cap to ensure that the crank shaft locates on the con rod . once reassembled replace the oil. 40cc only. transmission oil is good and the closest match you will get to the origional. for more info send me an email.
ps before you start make sure that parts are still available for this machine asit is quit old (no offence).
The piston rings (17955) are but i dont know about the oil seal.
you car get the seal from any car parts shop. it is a double lipped seal 35mm x 62mm x 10mm.
I hope this has helped. please leave feed back.
email me if you want a diagram sent.
Posted on Dec 13, 2009
SOURCE: HILTI TE 72
It could be that your connecting rod is broken. You can check by taking your shift lever off of the top of the gear housing and then removing the snap ring to remove the shift boss. That will allow you to look at the crankshaft and connecting rod. If it is broken I would check with Hilti to see if they still carry parts for the TE 72.
Posted on Mar 13, 2010
SOURCE: te70 hilti hammer drill
The TE-70 is permantly lubricated. You would only add lubricant if you took the tool apart. You can add a small amount of grease to the end of your bit occasionally before putting in the chuck. This keeps the chuck parts lubed.
Posted on Jul 23, 2010
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