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Dr. Diesel’s Annual Letter, 2013

42. Dr. Diesel’s Annual Letter, 2013

42. Dr. Diesel’s Annual Letter, 2013

42. Dr. Diesel’s Annual Letter, 2013

Every year at this time our Dr. Diesel™ sits down to write his yearly letter. Usually it is a mentoring kind of letter aimed at younger people in the engine industry. See Dr. Diesel’s Six Secrets to Success in 2010 and Dr. Diesel’s How to Kill a Company in 6 Easy Steps  for examples of previous letters. However, this letter is different. It is written for most anyone in business or a profession in the USA.

Dr. Diesel’s Annual Letter, 2013

Face to Face Beats a Fax Machine Any Day

With the tremendous changes in technology most of us have never even seen or met our customers, clients, or patients. Instead, we rely on emails, faxes, and telephone calls. This is unfortunate and will limit the growth of your company or professional practice. Let me suggest a different idea, one that involves getting out of your comfort zone. I think that actually meeting face to face with your customers at their location will yield a lot of benefits. 

Now, I’m not saying that you should scrap your direct mail list or take down your web site and start cold calling. No, of course not. Rather, I think, since everyone now seems to be using technology to communicate, simply visiting with established customers (or well qualified prospects) would pay off big time. If no one else in your field is doing it, you would stand out.

I can hear it now. You’re too busy to do it and, in any case, it wouldn’t be profitable.  Come on, this is Dr. Diesel™ you are talking to. How busy are you really? You haven’t been exactly setting sales records these last few years. Of course, the internet hasn’t helped, what with all the sellers online claiming to have what you sell for half the price.

Sell the Difference

But you claim you’re different. You actually have an extensive inventory on hand, trained people, a demonstrable track record, and knowledge of what you sell. In other words, you stock it, price it right, and can same-day ship it. By getting out and seeing people at their location, you can show them face to face how you are different from the guy on eBay with a cell phone. Not only are you different but by getting out you can also build relationships; lasting ones. At the same time, you can see what your customers look like, how well run they are, etc. One look around the customer’s location and an experienced guy like you could a make better credit judgment than a 23 year old Dun and Bradstreet analyst who majored in Anthropology ever could.

Leaving the Comfort Zone

Now I’m not suggesting that you bolt out of your shop or office first thing on Monday morning to do sales calls. No, not at all. Rather, I’m suggesting that in 2014 you make it a goal to get out of your comfort zone. Maybe you make a point of stopping in to see someone on the way back from lunch. Going up to Maine to see your elderly parents this weekend? Leave a little early and stop in to see someone you’ve spoken with on the phone but have never met. Have a luncheon meeting with your CPA? On the way back stop in and see a customer who has drifted away and hasn’t done any business with you in a couple of years. Maybe you join your local Economic Club, Venture Capital Forum, or similar group and make it a point to get out and build your circle.

Trade Shows

OK, you’re on board with trying to meet more people in person in 2014 but you are really pushed for time. In our little corner of the world we find attending trade shows to be very helpful. We attend a bunch every year. Shows like the Northeast Forest Products Show, the Construction Equipment Expo, Maine’s Women in Construction Show, AAPEX, AERA, etc. Everyone likes a trade show. Especially the ones held outside where you can walk around, see friends, eat a hot dog, and check out equipment. Trade shows are better than golf. You meet people when they are most relaxed, yet still focused on business. The person who stays at home because he is “too busy” to go to a trade show misses out. Big time. In fact, if you can’t see measurable results from a trade show within a couple of weeks of getting home, you weren’t trying very hard.

We hope that this little letter has caught your eye. We wish you a healthy and prosperous 2014. Dr. Diesel™ welcomes your comments. You can email him at DrDiesel@FoleyEngines.com or call us at 800.233.6539.

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A Truck Driver’s Guide to Care and Maintenance of Diesel Particulate Filters (DPFs)

30. Guide to Care and Maintenance of Diesel Particulate Filters (DPFs)
Don’t Let Your Filter Get Out of Kilter!

Your truck is retrofitted with a Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF). The emissions performance of this retrofit has been verified by ARB through rigorous testing.
Keep in mind that a DPF is not a “fit and forget” device. Protect your investment by understanding the needs of your new system.
Improper care of your engine and DPF can lead to: Expensive repairs and replacement parts

Voided warranty
Engine malfunction or breakdown
Non-compliance with air pollution laws

Maintain engine in its original configuration.
Do not exchange filter parts unless allowed by the DPF manufacturer. 

Vehicle Maintenance is Critical
Top notch vehicle engine maintenance is required. Loss of lube oil control or over-fueling can damage or destroy your DPF leading to expensive repairs. A DPF captures soot from the engine and can mask engine problems that were formerly detectable by observing exhaust smoke characteristics. Be proactive. Reducing soot from your engine reduces filter plugging and cleaning.
Fuel injectors: Repair and replace at intervals required by the engine manufacturer’s maintenance schedule. Worn fuel injectors can lead to excessive fueling and more soot generation and accumulation in the filter. Fix worn hydraulic injectors to stop lube oil leaks into the fuel.
Air filters: Replace at intervals required by the engine manufacturer. Dirty air filters reduce air flow to the engine leading to more soot generation.Turbocharger: Check turbocharger for proper operation and excessive wear. Turbochargers that do not produce sufficient air or have leaking seals lead to more soot or the presence of lube oil in the exhaust.
Fuel filter: Replace at prescribed intervals. Look for the presence of lube oil in the fuel filter during regularly scheduled maintenance. A blackening of the filter may indicate that oil from the crank case is mixing with the fuel due to a leaky injector.
Fuel: Periodically inspect fuel in the on-board fuel tank for signs of lube oil contamination (black in color). Inspection should be done prior to refueling. A blackening of the fuel may indicate mixing of crankcase oil with the fuel.
Coolant: Monitor coolant consumption. Keep a log of the coolant added to the engine. Coolant leakage can poison the DPF catalyst and/or cause filter plugging.Lube oil: Change the lube oil at mileage intervals indicated by the engine manufacturer. Track usage.
FOR THE ENTIRE GUIDE, DOWNLOAD THE PDF BELOW.

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Auto Clutch Industrial Spring Loaded PTO Owner’s Manual

Table of Contents

General Information
Clutch Operation
Clutch Adjustment
Clutch Adjustment (HD1300xt)
Lubrication
Service Parts HD1300 PTO Assy. 1 ¾” Shaft
Service Parts HD1300 Lever Ass. And Linkage (HD1300 1 ¾”Shaft)
Service Parts HD1300 Clutch And Housing
Service Parts HD1300 PTO Assy. 2 ¼ “ Shaft
Service Parts HD1300 Lever Assy. And Linkage (HD1300 PTO Assy. 2 1/”4 Shaft)
Service Parts HD1300 Clutch And Housing Assy. (HD1300 PTO Assy. 2 ¼” Shaft)
Service Parts HD130xt PTO Assy. 2 ¼” Shaft
Service Parts HD1300xt Lever Assy. And Linkage
Service Parts HD1300xt Clutch And Housing
Warranty Statement


General Information
The AUTO Mfg. Inc. clutch and PTO is a spring-loaded automotive style clutch assembly capable of providing full engine horsepower from the PTO output shaft. Designed for use on both gasoline and diesel engines, the main components for each engine are the same.
Two models of the clutch and PTO are available:
HD1300
The HD1300 provides a 1 ¾” output shaft for use on gasoline and diesel engines. This assembly incorporates 3 heavy-duty ball bearings (1 at the front and 2 at the rear of the housing), 1 3/¬8” splined shaft, with hardened spline and bearing journals.
The 13” clutch disc with 1 3/¬8” splined hub and ceramic metallic pads is designed for medium to heavy-duty industrial applications up to 120hp.
The industrial style pressure plate incorporates 12 springs providing a clamping force of 1860 lbs.
HD1300XT
The HD1300XT provides a 2 ¼” output shaft with hardened spline and journals for use on diesel engines up to 150hp. The assembly utilizes 2 heavy-duty roller bearings 1 each at the front and rear of the PTO housing.
The 13” clutch disc with 1 ½” splined hub and ceramic metallic pads is designed for heavy-duty industrial applications up to 150 hp.
The Industrial style pressure plate incorporates 16 springs providing a clamping force of 2425 lbs.
The PTO output shaft in both models is centered into a pilot bearing located in the engine flywheel.
The PTO and clutch assemblies are designed for use on either in-line or belt driven applications. A drive shaft utilizing universal joints must be used with in-line installations to compensate for engine and driven unit mal-alignment.

Clutch Operation

WARNING:
ROTATING SHAFTS, PULLEYS, AND MOVING BELTS CAN CAUSE SEVERE INJURY OR CAN BE FATAL.
THE ENGINE AND DRIVEN UNIT MUST BE COMPLETELY STOPPED BEFORE ANY ADJUSTMENTS OR WORK IS ATTEMPTED TO THE ENGINE, DRIVEN UNIT, OR THE PTO CLUTCH ITSELF.

Operation of the AUTO Clutch is very simple.
FIG. 1
The AUTO clutch is disengaged with the handle in the ‘down’ or ‘horizontal’ position. It is recommended that the engine be started with the clutch disengaged.
If the engine is being started for the first time during the workday, allow the engine to WARM UP for a few minutes before engaging the clutch.
FIG. 2
For mechanical throttle actuated engines, increase the engine rpm to approximately 1000 to 1200 rpm. Engage the clutch by moving the clutch handle to the ‘up’ or ‘vertical’ position slowly enough to prevent stalling the engine
For electronic throttle controlled engines, engage the clutch with the throttle control in the slow idle position. Use caution when engaging the clutch, not to allow excessive slippage of the disc prior to full engagement.

CAUTION:
Excessive slippage during engagement will cause premature failure of the clutch disc. This type of failure is not covered under the clutch warranty.

When the driven equipment is running at the same rpm as the engine allow the clutch to engage fully.
With the clutch handle in the vertical position and the clutch fully engaged, you can now move the engine throttle to the preferred engine operating position. The PTO output shaft is now rotating at engine rpm.

CAUTION:
Engaging the clutch at maximum engine RPM will cause the disc and pressure plate to overheat and result in premature failure of the disc pads (disintegration) and pressure plate. This type of failure is not covered under the clutch warranty.


Clutch Adjustment
A properly adjusted clutch will provide many hours of service life. Therefore it is important that the adjustment of the clutch linkage be checked after the first 15 hours of operation and every 250 hours thereafter.
An improperly adjusted clutch can result in premature wear to the clutch disc, pressure plate, throw-out bearing, and engine flywheel.
1. With the clutch handle in the engaged position, adjust the nut against the ‘rocker ball’ until a 1/8” gap is obtained between the nut and the ‘rocker ball’.
2. Use the 1/8” gauge tool (41500103) to slip between the nut and the rocker ball with a slight amount of pressure.
3. Tighten the lock nut to the adjusting nut.
4. Place the handle in the disengaged position (horizontal). Check to make sure that the PTO output shaft turns freely.

Clutch Adjustment (HD1300xt)
1. With the clutch handle in the engaged position, adjust the nut against the ‘rocker ball’ until a 1/8” gap is obtained between the nut and the ‘rocker ball’
2. Use the 1/8” gauge tool (41500103) to slip between the nut and the rocker ball with a slight amount of pressure.
3. Tighten the lock nut to the adjusting nut.
4. Place the handle in the disengaged position (horizontal). Check to make sure that the PTO output shaft turns freely.

Lubrication
The PTO assembly on both the HD 1300 and HD1300XT are equipped with sealed for life bearings. No greasing of the PTO assembly is required.
The clutch lever crossover shaft should be lubricated with a high temperature lithium base #2 lubricant at 250-hour intervals.
The bore of the throw-out bearing must be lubricated with a moly-based grease if disassembled for service reasons.

Service Parts HD1300, 1 ¾” Shaft PTO Assembly

Ref. No.
Part Number
Qty.
Description

1
45000030
8
Bolt, 5/16-18×1”, Grade 5

2
41500057
1
Cover. Bearing Retainer

3
41500190
1
Key

4
41500195
1
Shaft, PTO

5
41500125
3
Bearing, PTO

6
45000177
2
Bolt, 9/16-12×1¾”, Grade 5

7
45000103
4
Lock Washer, 9×16”

8
41500188
1
Housing, PTO

10
41500154
1
Ring, Snap 1 11/16”

11
41500198
1
Housing, Support Throw-out Bearing

41500194
1
Assembly, PTO Shaft & Housing (Includes 1,2,3,4,5,8,10 & 11)


Service Parts HD1300 Lever Ass. And Linkage (HD1300 1 ¾”Shaft)

Ref. No.
Part Number
Qty.
Description

1
41500063
1
Fork

Not Shown
41500174
1
Retainer, Clutch Fork

2
41500089
1
Linkage, Lever (Diesel)

41500018
1
Linkage, Lever (GM)

3
41500166
1
Bracket, Linkage (Diesel)

41500015
1
Bracket, Linkage (GM)

4
41500067
1
Rod, Linkage (Diesel)

41500065
1
Rod, Linkage (GM)

5
41500066
1
Rod, Linkage (Diesel)

41500100
1
Rod, linkage (GM)

6
41500019
3
Rod End

7
41500101
1
Shaft, Lever

8
41500042
41500111
1
Housing, Shaft (GM)
Housing, Shaft (Diesel)

9
41500043
1
Zerk, Grease

10
41500044
1
Handle

11
41500045
2
Bushing, Shaft

12
41500046
2
Collar

13
41500030
1
Ball, Rocker

14
45000050
8
Nut, 3/8-24

15
41500001
1
Ball, Pivot (Diesel)

41500064
1
Ball, Pivot (GM)

16
45000177
1
Bolt, 3/8-16×1” Grade 5

17
45000063
4
Lock Washer, 3/8”

18
45000064
1
Flat Washer, 3/8”

19
45000012
1
Bolt, ¼-28×2”

20
45000015
1
Lock Nut, ¼-28

21
45000051
1
Lock nut, 3/8-16

22
41500175
1
Boot

23
41500040
1
Tool, Alignment

24
41500103
1
Tool, Adjustment


Service Parts HD1300 Clutch And Housing

Ref. No.
Part Number
Qty.
Description

1
41500059
(41500218)
1
Pilot Bearing (Perkins, Cummins)

41500007
(41500217)
1
Pilot Bearing (John Deere)

2
41500149
1
Disc, Clutch

3
41500060
1
Plate, Clutch Pressure

4
41500003
1
Bearing, Throw Out

5
41500172
1
Housing, Adapter

6
45000224
8
Bolt, 3/8”-24×1” Grade 5 (Perkins, Cummins)

45000054
8
Bolt, 3/8”-16×1” Grade 5 (John Deere)

7
45000063
8
Lock Washer, 3/8”

8
45000043
10
Bolt, M10-1.5x30mm

45000003
2
Bolt, M10-1.5x45mm (John Deere)

45000226
2
Bolt, M10-1.5x35mm (Perkins)

9
45000046
12
Lock Waster, M10

10
41500009
1
Decal, Diesel Clutch


Service Parts HD1300 PTO Assy. 2 ¼ “ Shaft

Ref. No.
Part Number
Qty.
Description

1
45000030
8
Bolt, 5/16-18×1”, Grade 5

2
41500123
1
Cover, Bearing

3
41500197
1
Shaft, PTO

4
41500126
1
Key

5
41500125
3
Bearing, PTO

6
45000105
2
Bolt, 9/16-12×3, Grade 5

7
45000177
2
Bolt, 9/16-12×1¾”, Grade 5

8
45000103
4
Lock Washer, 9/16”

9
41500188
1
Housing, PTO

10
41500154
1
Ring, Snap 1 11/16

11
41500198
1
Housing, Support, Throw-out Bearing

41500196
1
Assembly, PTO Shaft & Housing (Includes 1,2,3,4,5,9,10,11)


Service Parts HD1300 Lever Assy. And Linkage (HD1300 PTO Assy. 2 1/”4 Shaft)

Ref. No.
Part Number
Qty.
Description

1
41500063
1
Fork

Not Shown
41500174
1
Retainer, Clutch Fork

2
41500089
1
Linkage, Lever (Diesel)

41500018
1
Linkage, Lever (GM)

3
41500166
1
Bracket, Linkage (Diesel)

41500015
1
Bracket, Linkage (GM)

4
41500067
1
Rod, Linkage (Diesel)

41500065
1
Rod, Linkage (GM)

5
41500066
1
Rod, Linkage (Diesel)

41500100
1
Rod, Linkage (GM)

6
41500019
3
Rod End

7
41500101
1
Shaft, Lever

8
41500042
41500111
1
1
Housing, Shaft (GM)
Housing, Shaft (Diesel)

9
41500043
1
Zerk, Grease

10
41500044
1
Handle

11
41500045
2
Bushing, Shaft

12
41500046
2
Collar

13
41500030
1
Ball, Rocker

14
45000050
8
Nut, 3/8-24

15
41500001
1
Ball, Pivot (Diesel)

41500064
1
Ball, Pivot (GM)

16
45000177
1
Bolt, 3/8-16×1” Grade 5

17
45000063
4
Lock Washer, 3/8”

18
45000064
1
Flat Washer, 3/8”

19
45000012
1
Bolt, ¼-28

20
45000015
1
Lock Nut, ¼-28

21
45000051
1
Lock Nut, 3/8-16

22
41500175
1
Boot

23
41500040
1
Tool, Alignment

24
41500103
1
Tool, Adjustment


Service Parts HD1300 Clutch And Housing Assy. (HD1300 PTO Assy. 2 ¼” Shaft)

Ref. No.
Part Number
Qty.
Description

1
41500059
(41500218)
1
Pilot Bearing (Perkins, Cummins)

41500007
(41500217)
1
Pilot Bearing (John Deere)

2
41500149
1
Disc, Clutch

3
41500060
1
Plate, Clutch Pressure

4
41500003
1
Bearing, Throw Out

5
41500172
1
Housing, Adapter

6
45000224
8
Bolt, 3/8” – 24×1” Grade 5 (Perkins, Cummins)

45000054
8
Bolt, 3/8” – 16×1” Grade 5 (John Deere)

7
45000063
8
Lock Washer, 3/8”

8
45000043
10
Bolt, M10-1.5x30mm

45000003
2
Bolt, M10-1.5x45mm (John Deere)

45000226
2
Bolt, M10-1.5x35mm (Perkins)

9
45000046
12
Lock Washer, M10

10
41500009
1
Decal, Diesel Clutch


Service Parts HD130xt PTO Assy. 2 ¼” Shaft

Ref. No.
Part Number
Qty.
Description

1
45000212
12
Bolt, 5/16-18×1 ¼” Grade 5

2
41500205
1
Cover, Rear

3
41500206
1
Bearing, Rear

4
41500126
1
Key

5
41500203
1
Shaft, PTO

6
45000104
2
Bolt, 9/16-12×1 ½”

7
45000105
2
Bolt, 9/16-12×3”

8
45000103
4
Washer, Lock 9/16”

9
41500204
1
Housing, PTO

10
41500202
1
Housing, Support

11
41500207
1
Bearing, Front

41500200
1
Assembly, PTO Shaft & Housing (Includes 1,2,3,4,5,9,10,11)


Service Parts HD1300xt Lever Assy. And Linkage

Ref. No.
Part Number
Qty.
Description

1
41500063
1
Fork

Not Shown
41500174
1
Retainer, Clutch Fork

2
41500095
1
Linkage, Lever (Diesel)

3
41500166
1
Bracket, Linkage (Diesel)

4
41500065
1
Rod, Linkage

5
41500066
1
Rod, Linkage (Diesel)

6
41500019
3
Rod End

7,8,11,12
41500096
1
Shaft, Lever & Housing, Assy

9
41500043
1
Zerk, Grease

10
415500044
1
Handle

13
41500030
1
Ball, Rocker

14
45000050
7
Nut, 3/8-16×1” Grade 5

15
41500001
1
Ball, Pivot (Diesel)

16
45000177
1
Bolt, 3/8-16×1” Grade 5

17
45000063
6
Lock Washer, 3/8”

18
45000064
1
Flat Washer, 3/8”

19
45000012
1
Bolt, ¼-28×2” Grade 5

20
45000015
1
Lock Nut, ¼-28

21
45000051
1
Lock Nut, 3/8-16

22
41500175
1
Boot

23
41500164
1
Tool, Alignment

24
41500103
1
Tool, Adjustment


Service Parts HD1300xt Clutch And Housing

Ref. No.
Part Number
Qty.
Description

1
41500059
(41500218)
1
Pilot Bearing (Perkins, Cummins)

41500007
(41500217)
1
Pilot Bearing (John Deere)

2
41500208
1
Disc, Clutch

3
41500209
1
Plate, Clutch Pressure

4
41500003
1
Bearing, throw Out

5
41500172
1
Housing, Adapter

6
45000224
8
Bolt, 3/8”-24×1” Grade 5 (Perkins, Cummins)

45000054
8
Bolt, 3/8”-16×1” Grade 5 (John Deere)

7
45000063
8
Lock Washer, 3/8”

8
45000043
10
Bolt, M10-1.5x30mm

45000003
2
Bolt, M10-1.5x45mm (John Deere)

45000226
2
Bolt, M10-1.5x35mm (Perkins)

9
45000046
12
Lock Washer, M10

10
41500009
1
Decal, Diesel Clutch


Auto Clutch PTO
Two-Year Warranty Statement
AUTO Mfg. Inc. warranties the PTO assembly of which it controls the design and fabrication of to be free from defects in materials and workmanship for a period of two years from the date of sale to the original retail purchaser. This warranty is valid provided AUTO Mfg. Inc. is notified of the alleged defect within 10 days of its discovery.
If proven to our satisfaction that the product is defective as to material and workmanship, the necessary parts will be replaced and/or repaired by AUTO Mfg. Inc. Before starting repair on the PTO assembly, the owner or the service dealer must discuss the repair with AUTO Mfg. Inc. Once it is determined that a possible warranty failure has occurred, the Product Support Manager and the owner or servicing dealer must discuss the method and cost of repair. Replacement components will require the owner or the servicing dealer to purchase replacement parts from AUTO Mfg. Inc. The component or part in question must be returned to AUTO Mfg. Inc. via freight prepaid to be considered for warranty credit. AUTO Mfg. Inc. obligation under this warranty is limited to repair or replacement of AUTO Clutch products or parts only and does not obligate AUTO Mfg. Inc. to bear any other cost including economic loss, consequential, incidental or punitive damages. The sole and exclusive remedy under this warranty shall be the cost of repair or in the discretion of AUTO Mfg. Inc., the replacement of the defective item or items. Maximum allowable labor is 4 hours at $50.00 per hour. No travel time will be considered.
Items manufactured by other suppliers and used by AUTO Mfg. Inc. to complete the packaged product are warranted, if at all only by the respective manufacturer. These items typically include, but are not limited to, pressure plate, clutch disc, throw out bearing, etc. If the owner or servicing dealer is of the opinion that a component should be considered for warranty, AUTO Mfg. Inc. Product Support will assist in presenting a warranty claim to the responsible manufacturer. Replacement of any of these components will require the owner or the servicing dealer to purchase the replacement part from AUTO Mfg. Inc. The component in question must then be returned to AUTO Mfg. Inc. via freight prepaid. The suspect component will then be reviewed by AUTO Mfg. Inc. with the responsible supplier for possible warranty credit. If credit is obtained, a cash credit for the part only will be issued to an owner or a credit memo will be issued to a servicing dealer. The sole and exclusive remedy under this warranty will be the cost of the replacement part only. No labor or travel time will be considered.
Clutch disc, clutch pressure plate, and engine flywheel will not be considered for warranty when failure is due in the judgment of AUTO Mfg. Inc. to premature wear out or damage caused by slippage or operator abuse or mis-adjustment.
THIS WARRANTY WILL APPLY ONLY IF THE FAILURE IS DETERMINED TO BE A MANUFACTURING DEFECT, AND NOT CAUSED BY MIS-USE, MIS-ADJUSTMENT, SLIPPAGE, OR OPERATOR ABUSE.
UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES WILL auto Mfg. Inc. or any servicing dealer be liable for incidental or consequential damages or injuries including, but not limited to, loss of profits, rental of substitute equipment, or other commercial loss, damage of equipment in which the clutch is installed or for damages suffered by a purchaser as a result of fundamental breaches of contract or breaches of fundamental terms. The remedies set forth in this warranty are the purchaser’s exclusive remedies in connection with the performance of, or any breach of guaranty, condition, or warranty in respect of AUTO Mfg. Inc. clutches.
AUTO Mfg. Inc. reserves the right to improve the product through changes in design or materials without being obligated to incorporate such changes in products of prior manufacturer. The customer will not use any such changes as evidence of insufficiency or inadequacy of prior designs or materials.
THE WARRANTY IN THIS STATEMENT BY AUTO MFG. INC. IS EXPRESSLY IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED.
AUTOCLUTCHWARRANTY01312005

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25. Foley Environmental
Thank you for inquiring about our Foley Exhaust Purifiers and Scrubbers.
Foley Environmental is a division of Foley Industrial Engines, the oldest engine distributor in North America. Our 95 years in the engine business has given us extensive knowledge of fuel injection and exhaust systems. This makes us the ideal supplier for your company’s needs. Foley Environmental serves both the public and private sectors, with a customer base that includes Boston’s Big Dig, California public works projects, Brown University, Bucknell University, Hyster Forklift Co., Narragansett Electric Co, IBM, as well as various other public works projects and companies. Many OEMs, such as NACCO, the parent company of both Yale and Hyster Forklift Co, now include our Foley Environmental purifiers as standard equipment on new machines. These companies are a testimony to our effective solutions to exhaust emission problems, as well as to our quick shipping. As the only U.S. based exhaust purifier specialist, we pride ourselves on shipping within 24 to 48 hours of the receipt of an order.
Two Styles of Purifiers / Scrubbers
Our exhaust scrubbers allow you to work indoors close to a diesel or a gas engine without any health risk. These air purifiers install easily and come in different styles, depending on the application. Here in the East, purifiers really came into their own on Boston’s Big Dig. This was the largest public works project since the Tennessee Valley Authority, and we supplied most of the purifiers used. This project wouldn’t have broken ground without some way to run diesel equipment underground. Because of the experience gained during the Big Dig, Foley Engines is now an OEM supplier to Hyster and Yale for their forklift purifiers.
Clip-On Style. The easiest to install is simply a clip-on style purifier that installs at the end of the tail pipe. We supply the purifier with the appropriate sized muffler clamp and it installs easily. Depending on the horsepower of the engine, the scrubber is typically the size of a large coffee can, although these scrubbers are larger for a high horsepower engine such as a 1000 HP engine in a generator. When the purifier is no longer needed, such as in a rental application, it can be removed and stored.
Combination Muffler/Purifier. The other style purifier or scrubber is a direct fit combination exhaust purifier/muffler. This style is most appropriate where there is not any room at the end of the tail pipe for a clip on purifier. These applications include skid steer loaders, and zero tail swing mini-excavators. These combination muffler purifiers are exactly the same dimensions as the OEM muffler and the installation time is similar to changing out a muffler. Typically, once installed these are not removed. Because they are closer to the exhaust manifold, these muffler/purifiers do work better than the clip-on style, but usually cost up to twice as much because they are both a muffler as well as a purifier, and, as noted, are more difficult to install.
To keep you up and running, we stock here in the US over 400 scrubbers, both the clip on style and the combination muffler/scrubber version. Since we are the only U.S. based exhaust purifier specialist, we are able to ship these units quickly, often the same day as the order is placed, and without any customs delays.
We have diesel scrubbers for all industrial engines, including Perkins, Deutz, Deere, Cummins, and Caterpillar.
We also have scrubbers for gas-fueled engines, such as Honda and Wisconsin. The scrubbers for the Honda’s are combination muffler/purifiers that are identical to the OEM Honda muffler in size and shape. For Wisconsin engines, we supply a clip-on purifier. Because Wisconsin engines are inherently “dirty,” we recommend that you change the carburetor jet size and install new spark plugs and Accell plug wires. See Tech Tip #56, “Spark Plug 101,” for more info on Wisconsin spark plugs and Tech Tip #26, “Foley Engines Clean Air Tip,” for more info on exhaust scrubbers for gasoline fueled engines.
What They Do & How They Do It
Simply put, exhaust purifiers allow you to work indoors close to a diesel or gas fueled engine without any health risks by using catalytic exhaust technology to make the exhaust emissions safe to breathe. Each purifier houses a catalytic core, which eliminates harmful emissions by collecting diesel particles and burning off dangerous pollutants such as Carbon Monoxide (CO) and Hydrocarbons (HC). The harmful emissions of diesel engines are converted into water (H2O) and Carbon Dioxide (CO2), which makes it safe to work in close proximity with your machine.
Attached, you will find 5 diesel exhaust gas emission reduction curves, and 1 exhaust emission reduction table. Emission reduction curves #1-3 (for CO, HC, and SOF) are optimized reduction curves, which were obtained through in-house testing. Emission reduction curves #4 and #5 are part of an underground mining approval test. Emission reduction table #6 represents mining approval test data. In a typical diesel exhaust gas purifier application, the following average exhaust gas emission reductions can be expected:

Carbon Monoxide (CO) = 80%-90%+
Hydrocarbons (HC) = 65%-80%
Diesel Odor (HCHO) = 70%-85%
Soluble Organics (SOF) = 70%-85%
Diesel Particulate (DPM) = 20%-39%

These average exhaust gas emission reductions depend upon using a well-maintained diesel engine operating with a moderate to heavy load while burning a low sulfur content diesel fuel. Whenever possible the purifier/scrubber should be mounted as close (within 12”-24”) to the engine’s exhaust manifold or turbocharger.
Emission reduction curves #4 and #5 most accurately reflect the actual exhaust gas emission reductions, which can be expected in field tests. In curves #4 and # 5 average carbon monoxide (CO) reductions were in the range of 93% to 97%, while average hydrocarbon (HC) reductions were in the range of 65% to 78%.
Please review the sample drawings and the listings found in these sections.
To better clarify curves #4 and #5, the following symbols are defined as:

COpd = Carbon Monoxide before purifier
COzd = Carbon Monoxide after purifier
CHpd = Hydrocarbon before purifier
CHzd = Hydrocarbon after purifier
Td = Exhaust gas temperature (in °C) before purifier

In emission reduction table #6 (which is an 8 mode steady state test) maximum CO reductions was 95%, maximum HC reductions was 62%, and maximum DPM reduction was 39%.
We have detailed directions on how to install both styles of diesel exhaust purifiers in our Forms Section. See Exhaust Purifier Installation Procedures. For the clip-on style, simply call us toll free at 1-800-233-6539.
If you have any questions, please call us toll free at 1-800-233-6539, or simply email your inquiry to info@foleyengines.com.
Foley Environmental is different: we’re a three-generation, 95 year old family firm that wants to help!
Sincerely,
The Foley Engine Team
P.S. After you’ve got the exhaust fumes taken care of, you should think of the noise. Most diesel noise is from the air intake. We supply a combination air filter/noise reducer. This innovative device is called a Walker Airsep and it is ideal for noisy generators and other equipment.
Please call us toll free at 800-233-6539 with any questions. We can fax you detailed information. Or, email Dr. Diesel™ directly at DrDiesel@FoleyEngines.com.
P.P.S. In a rush? We have an optional special rush service, which guarantees shipment within 24 hours.

Foley Environmental is a division of Foley Industrial Engines, the oldest engine distributor in North America. Our 95 years in the engine business has given us extensive knowledge of fuel injection and exhaust systems. This makes us the ideal supplier for your company’s needs. Foley Environmental serves both the public and private sectors, with a customer base that includes Boston’s Big Dig, California public works projects, Brown University, Bucknell University, Hyster Forklift Co., Narragansett Electric Co, IBM, as well as various other public works projects and companies. Many OEMs, such as NACCO, the parent company of both Yale and Hyster Forklift Co, now include our Foley Environmental purifiers as standard equipment on new machines. These companies are a testimony to our effective solutions to exhaust emission problems, as well as to our quick shipping. As the only U.S. based exhaust purifier specialist, we pride ourselves on shipping within 24 to 48 hours of the receipt of an order.

Foley Environmental is a division of Foley Industrial Engines, the oldest engine distributor in North America. Our 95 years in the engine business has given us extensive knowledge of fuel injection and exhaust systems. This makes us the ideal supplier for your company’s needs. Foley Environmental serves both the public and private sectors, with a customer base that includes Boston’s Big Dig, California public works projects, Brown University, Bucknell University, Hyster Forklift Co., Narragansett Electric Co, IBM, as well as various other public works projects and companies. Many OEMs, such as NACCO, the parent company of both Yale and Hyster Forklift Co, now include our Foley Environmental purifiers as standard equipment on new machines. These companies are a testimony to our effective solutions to exhaust emission problems, as well as to our quick shipping. As the only U.S. based exhaust purifier specialist, we pride ourselves on shipping within 24 to 48 hours of the receipt of an order.

Foley Environmental is a division of Foley Industrial Engines, the oldest engine distributor in North America. Our 95 years in the engine business has given us extensive knowledge of fuel injection and exhaust systems. This makes us the ideal supplier for your company’s needs. Foley Environmental serves both the public and private sectors, with a customer base that includes Boston’s Big Dig, California public works projects, Brown University, Bucknell University, Hyster Forklift Co., Narragansett Electric Co, IBM, as well as various other public works projects and companies. Many OEMs, such as NACCO, the parent company of both Yale and Hyster Forklift Co, now include our Foley Environmental purifiers as standard equipment on new machines. These companies are a testimony to our effective solutions to exhaust emission problems, as well as to our quick shipping. As the only U.S. based exhaust purifier specialist, we pride ourselves on shipping within 24 to 48 hours of the receipt of an order.

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Exhaust Purifiers

13. Exhaust Purifiers
“Thank you for inquiring about our Foley Exhaust Purifiers.
If you have any questions please call us toll free at 800.233.6539 or 508.753.2979 or simply email us at Info@FoleyEngines.com.
Foley is different: we’re a three-generation, 98 year old family firm that wants to help.
Sincerely, Dr. Diesel” 
Foley Engines, founded 98 years ago in 1916, specializes in fuel management systems. These include fuel injection systems, carburetors for gas and liquid propane engines, Walker air seps, as well as exhaust scrubbers and purifiers. We have had a great deal of experience with our exhaust purifiers/scrubbers and have sold many units for use in building demolition projects, Boston’s Big Dig, California public works projects, building renovations at Brown University, etc. Both private sector companies such as the Hyster Forklift Co. (we are an OEM supplier to them), IBM (for their Armonk headquarters campus) and the Pfizer Corp. as well as such public sector organizations such as the Narragansett Electric Co, Pennsylvania Department of Transportation and the Los Angeles Water Resources Board use our exhaust scrubbers and purifiers. Many OEMs such as Hyster are now including our purifiers as standard equipment on new machines. All of the above companies and institutions like our cost effective solutions to their exhaust emission problems as well as our quick shipping from our US based company. We pride ourselves on shipping within 24 to 48 hours of the receipt of an order.
Below you will find 5 diesel exhaust gas emission reduction curves available for download. Emission reduction curves #1 to #3 (for CO, HC, and SOF) are optimized reduction curves, which were obtained, in in-house testing. Emission reduction curves #4 and #5 are part of an underground mining approval test. Emission reduction data table #6 represents mining approval test data. In a typical diesel exhaust gas purifier application the following average exhaust gas emission reductions can be expected:

Carbon Monoxide (CO)
=
80% – 90%+

Hydrocarbons (HC)
=
65% – 80%

Diesel Odor (HCHO)
=
70% – 85%

Soluble Organics (SOF)
=
70% – 85%

Diesel Particulate (DPM)
=
20% – 39%

                                                TABLE #6
These average exhaust gas emission reductions depend upon using a well maintained diesel engine operating with a moderate to heavy load while burning a low sulphur content diesel fuel. Whenever possible the purifier/scrubber should be mounted as close (within 12″ – 24″) to the engine’s exhaust manifold (or turbocharger) as possible.
Emission reduction curves #4 and #5 most accurately reflect the actual exhaust gas emission reductions, which can be expected in field tests. In curves #4 and #5 average carbon monoxide (CO) reductions were in the order of 93% to 97% while average hydrocarbon (HC) reductions were in the order of 65% to 78%.
Custom Purifiers/Mufflers
Custom made combination purifier/mufflers are designed to replace the stock OEM exhaust muffler. In other words, they install in place of the existing muffler. This allows the exhaust purifier to be situated in an ideal location in the exhaust system. This also allows the exhaust purifier to receive the maximum amount of exhaust heat energy in order to operate at the highest efficiency rating (80 to 90%). In the case of diesel powered equipment, the availability of exhaust heat energy is critical as low exhaust temperatures will cause the exhaust gas purifier to not function correctly.
In addition the installation time requirement of custom purifier/mufflers is minimal and comparable to installing a stock muffler. Custom purifier/mufflers are available in the following two basic forms:

A) Catalytic Muffler
– A catalytic muffler is very similar in appearance to the stock OEM muffler with the exception that the muffler body is made of stainless steel and a catalytic purifier core is added. The stock OEM muffler is removed and the catalytic muffler is installed in its place. Currently we offer catalytic mufflers for Melroe Bobcat, Case, New Holland, Gehl, Genie, CAT, Kubota, Komatsu, Wisconsin, Honda, John Deere, Ingersol Rand, Wagner, Jarvis Clark and a variety of other construction, mining and tunneling equipment.

B) Catalytic Purifier Kit
– A catalytic purifier kit is similar in appearance to a stock OEM exhaust flex-pipe or exhaust pipe located in the exhaust system before the exhaust muffler. The kit incorporates a catalytic purifier core in the exhaust pipe configuration. The kit is a direct replacement for the stock OEM exhaust component. The stock OEM exhaust component is removed and the kit is installed in its place. Currently we offer kits for Melroe Bobcat, Mustang, Thomas Skid Steers, Case, and a variety of other construction, mining and tunneling equipment.

To better clarify curves #4 and #5, the following symbols are defined as:

COpd

=

Carbon Monoxide before purifier

COzd

=

Carbon Monoxide after purifier

CHpd

=

Hydrocarbon before purifier

CHzd

=

Hydrocarbon after purifier

Td

=

Exhaust gas temperature (in C) before purifier.

In emission reduction table #6 (which is a 8 mode steady state test) maximum CO reduction was 95%, maximum HC reduction was 62% and maximum DPM reduction was 39%.

Foley Engines, founded 98 years ago in 1916, specializes in fuel management systems. These include fuel injection systems, carburetors for gas and liquid propane engines, Walker air seps, as well as exhaust scrubbers and purifiers. We have had a great deal of experience with our exhaust purifiers/scrubbers and have sold many units for use in building demolition projects, Boston’s Big Dig, California public works projects, building renovations at Brown University, etc. Both private sector companies such as the Hyster Forklift Co. (we are an OEM supplier to them), IBM (for their Armonk headquarters campus) and the Pfizer Corp. as well as such public sector organizations such as the Narragansett Electric Co, Pennsylvania Department of Transportation and the Los Angeles Water Resources Board use our exhaust scrubbers and purifiers. Many OEMs such as Hyster are now including our purifiers as standard equipment on new machines. All of the above companies and institutions like our cost effective solutions to their exhaust emission problems as well as our quick shipping from our US based company. We pride ourselves on shipping within 24 to 48 hours of the receipt of an order.

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Corporate Policies

7. Corporate Policies
Corporate Policies of Foley Industrial Engines, Inc.

Corporate Policies of Foley Industrial Engines, Inc.

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Dr. Diesel’s How to Kill a Company in 6 Easy Steps

1. Dr. Diesel’s How to Kill a Company in 6 Easy Steps

1. Dr. Diesel’s How to Kill a Company in 6 Easy Steps

1. Dr. Diesel’s How to Kill a Company in 6 Easy Steps
Every year at this time, our Dr. Diesel™ gets into the eggnog. Sometimes way too much. As a result he turns philosophical and writes another segment of his How to Series. For an earlier installment, Six Dr. Diesel’s Steps to Success click here .
Maybe at this point you’re thinking, why is an engine parts guy writing a series of How To’s for emerging business leaders? What does this have to do with supplying Deutz, Perkins and Deere engine parts? Twin Disc® and Rockford PTOs for wood chippers? Exhaust scrubbers for diesel engines? Well, our Dr Diesel believes strongly in passing on to younger people hard earned lessons. He also knows that if he can help develop a stronger industry it will be better for everyone. In other words, stronger, better companies, both customers and vendors, is a win/win for everybody.
But this year’s installment is different. Rather than some tips on how to succeed in life or build a business, this is called How To Kill A Company in 6 Easy Steps. Because Dr. Diesel™ works in the engine industry, most of his examples will come from his experience. As you read these, reflect on how many of these 6 Ways to Kill a Company, involve inflated egos and bad judgments.
1) Excessive Debt
Every year Forbes Magazine publishes a list of the world’s wealthiest people. You would think that once you’re on the Forbes list that staying on it would be easy. It’s not. The reason: excessive debt. Leaving deaths aside, only 15% of the people on the original Forbes 400 were still on it 21 years later. Many people borrow heavily. Debt is a two edged sword. When things are going well, it is great. But in times of high volatility such as now, it can be punishing. Just ask Donald Trump. You can easily kill a successful business with excessive borrowing. Just ask Donald Trump. All it takes is one bad quarter. Then you cut your prices to keep the volume up and your people busy. As a result profits drop, payables increase, suppliers get nervous, investment in inventory slows, customers drift away, the banks call in the loans, and the business is closed. Smart people know this and are fiendishly concerned with excessive borrowing. They want to control their destiny.
2) Excessive Receivables
In their haste to grow their business, people often manage credit poorly. They often don’t relate it to their business model. You can sell only on two of the following three variables: price, availability and quality. If you truly think you have a unique value proposition, you shouldn’t be hesitant about asking for prompt payment. If you don’t think you have much to offer because your product or service is a commodity item, just like everyone else, then maybe you need to change your model or close the business.

In their desire to grow the company, people often chase sales volume by chasing new customers. Did you ever wonder where the new customer came from? Why they decided to buy from you? It may not be your good looks and abundant charm but rather your very loose credit policy. Maybe you like the status of selling to a Fortune 500 company open account. Somehow you think that it elevates you.Be careful. Poor credit controls can kill a company.
Look at the Purchase Orders issued by large companies such as General Electric. In their POs they dictate to you your terms. GE says that they don’t intend to pay anyone, except attorneys, sooner than 90 days. Who needs this attitude? Here’s a tip: ask Fortune 500 companies to use a credit card. Dr. Diesel™ assures you that Jeff Immelt is not going to take you off his Christmas card list if you refuse to wait 90 days for them to pay you. Maybe a large manufacturer of green tractors wants to buy from you? No problem. Just ask them to run the paperwork through their third party expediter. You’ll get paid as you ship. US airlines should also pay you when the service is performed. Every time an airline goes into bankruptcy and many have made that trip twice or more, a lot of people get hurt. So much so, that they never recover. Research indicates that when an invoice is over 90 days old and unpaid, the chances of being paid in full decrease dramatically. Remember, as Dr. Diesel™ says, “engines run better when they are paid for.”
3) High Fixed Costs
A few years ago the-then Hyster forklift dealer in Boston moved his company into an 80,000 square foot building in the suburbs. The building was impressive. So wasn’t the rent. But let’s run the numbers. Let’s assume a $10 a foot annual triple net lease agreement. You wouldn’t have much change left from a million dollars after you paid the rent, heat, lights, taxes, and upkeep. This might be OK if it added something to the value proposition. But it didn’t. No one is going to pay more for a forklift because it comes out of a lavish building. Sad to say, this two generation family firm is now gone, done in by high fixed costs caused by an ego driven decision.
On a related note, a lot of people laugh when an owner walks around the building turning off unnecessary lights and air compressor motors. But he knows that John Maynard Keynes was right. There really is no such thing as a fixed cost. In the end everything is a variable cost and they can be a killer if not controlled.
4) Poor Marketing
The amount of money blown on poor marketing is staggering. Before you agree to sponsor a golf tournament, exhibit at a trade show, or even buy a display ad in a glossy trade publication, ask yourself what the cost per exposure to a current or prospective customer will be. Please don’t kid yourself with the old reliable “Oh, well, it will at least get our name out there.” That’s a cop-out. Ask yourself if your customers even play golf, go to trade shows, or read glossy trade magazines at home after work. Most people don’t. Ask yourself if the marketing spend decision is ego driven on your part.
Poor marketing is even worse than no marketing. If you don’t spend any money on marketing you know it and are not kidding yourself that you are marketing. Moreover, should you decide to start a marketing program you will have the funds to do so. As an idea, rather than waste money on sponsorships, trade shows and the like, consider a real marketing program that differentiates you from everyone else and establishes your brand. Maybe a marketing program that starts with weekly thank you notes to your customers. Now, that would be different!
5) Excessive Cash Distributions
This one is hard to avoid and it happens all the time. After the early lean years, a company begins to grow and does well. So well that there is pressure to take money out of the firm. The principals want to live as well as their friends who are salaried employees in large companies, medical practices or law firms. The difference is that these people are building careers not equity.
As long as you can get a profitable return on your investment you should reinvest in the company and grow it. After all, the name of the game isn’t to have a high W-2 income but to eventually build up the company and cash in. This means reinvesting the profits. Grow the company now and cash in big later. Forgo the golf condo in Florida. Leave the 100K dream kitchen rehab project to the doctors and dentists in your neighborhood. Put the money back into the company and watch it grow.
6) Growing Too Fast
This one happens more often than you think. Here are two examples.
A guy gets out of the army and has $6000 saved from his combat pay. He picks up a used Kwik Way boring bar and a Van Norman crankshaft grinder and goes to work in his family’s garage. Twenty five years of hard work later, he is a production engine rebuilder living the good life in Southern California. He has 125 people cranking out passenger car engines for resale. Everyone loves him. His major customer is a national retail chain (think Sears or K-Mart). They operate automotive service centers. They’re 75% of his business. Suddenly, there is a parting of the ways. The national chain no longer is going to install rebuilt engines. Not only does he lose his best customer but they owe him a significant amount of money they’ve been holding back. Money he didn’t dare push them to pay because after all they were his best customer and so what if they were running 90 to 120 days. The situation results in acrimony. They have more lawyers than he does and so they sue him in a court 1000 miles away. They tie him up in court. His cash flow slows to a halt. The bank comes in to repossess the equipment he broke his back to buy. End of the company.
Second example, a guy sits down with a friend and drafts a business plan to revolutionize the automotive starter and alternator business. Using R L Polk vehicle registration data they decide to lease a fleet of compact pickup trucks stocked with the 20 fastest moving part numbers in starters and alternators in their metro area. The trucks are equipped with off-the-shelf Garmin GPS systems so that they know at all times where the drivers are and can guarantee deliveries within 20 minutes to local garages. They even have four large straight trucks prepositioned in shopping center parking lots in each quadrant of the beltway around the metro area. These mobile warehouses act like mother-ships. They have inventory deeper than the top 20 numbers and can resupply the compact pickups during the day. To avoid turnover in drivers and to keep their insurance costs down, they hire retired guys with good references. Good guys (retired school teachers, mailmen, cops and the like).
Business is booming. Life is good. Inc. Magazine names them to their annual list of fast growing companies. The business grows so much that they run out of retired guys and now have to hire young men as drivers. Not all are US citizens. They pay them under the table as “contractors”. One has a bad accident and kills someone. The under the table employee isn’t covered by the company’s automobile insurance because of his age and “contractor” status. The relatives of the deceased sue. They attach the company assets. Can you hear the doors to the company close?
We hope that this has stimulated some thought. Dr. Diesel™ takes mentoring seriously. He would welcome your comments at DrDiesel@FoleyEngines.com or call him at 800.233.6539. For a look at our Dr. Diesel™ Tech Tips, click here.
Best wishes for the New Year!
 
Manufacturers names, symbols and numbers are for reference purposes only and do not imply manufacturing origin.

How to Kill a Company in 6 Easy Steps: Every year at this time, our Dr. Diesel™ gets into the eggnog. Sometimes way too much. As a result he turns philosophical and writes another segment of his How to Series. For an earlier installment, Six Dr. Diesel’s Steps to Success click here .

How to Kill a Company in 6 Easy Steps: Every year at this time, our Dr. Diesel™ gets into the eggnog. Sometimes way too much. As a result he turns philosophical and writes another segment of his How to Series. For an earlier installment, Six Dr. Diesel’s Steps to Success click here .

How to Kill a Company in 6 Easy Steps: Every year at this time, our Dr. Diesel™ gets into the eggnog. Sometimes way too much. As a result he turns philosophical and writes another segment of his How to Series. For an earlier installment, Six Dr. Diesel’s Steps to Success click here .

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