Turbocharger HX40W 2839309 2881753 Cummins Industrial QSL

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Newry Turbocharger HX40W 2839309 2881753 For Cummins Industrial Engine with QSL Engine

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Turbocharger HX40W 2839309 2881753 Cummins Industrial QSL

• Guaranteed Exact Fit For Easy Installation
• 100% BRAND NEW Replacement Turbo, Premium ISO/TS 16949 Quality - Tested To Meet Or Exceed OEM Specifications
• Engineered For High Efficiency, Superior Durability, Low Defect
• Sample Order:1-3 Days After Receipt Of Payment.
• Stock Order:3-7 Days After Receipt Of Payment.
• OEM Order:15-30 Days After Receipt Of Down Payment.

Package Included:
• 1 X Turbocharger Kit
• 1 X Balancing Test Certificate

Part Number 2839309
Previous Version 2840569, 2840571
OE Number 2881753
Year 38473
Description Industrial Engine
Manufacturer Part Number 2839310, 2839311, 2839312, 2839313, 2840569, 2840571
Turbo Model HX40W
CHRA 3769819  
Engine QSL
Repair Kit 4032051 
Engine Manufacturer Cummins


2005-05 Cummins Industrial Engine with QSL Engine

Related Informations

Once these bolts are removed, the turbocharger can be lifted out. Set the assembly on the bench and be sure to remove the actual oil drain pad if there is one on the underneath side of the bearing housing. The next step is to index the relative positions of the turbine housing and compressor cover relative to the bearing housing. This can be done with a simple punch or small chisel to mark the locations. Next, mount the turbo in a heavy vice by the turbine foot. The housings will be connected to the bearing housing by either bolts or a V-band connection. If it is a V-band connection, you’re lucky. Simply place a bit of penetrating oil on the V-band threads and you should be easily able to remove the V-band on the turbine side first. If there are bolts, remember the penetrating oil and setting-up vibration trick to help loosen the bolts more easily. Once the bolts and/or V-band connection is released, there may be some difficulty in freeing the turbine housing from its centering pilot on the bearing housing. More penetrating oil and some gentle persuasion with the aid of a brass hammer may be helpful.

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