Bush 50 Operator`s manual

BUSH HOG
®
SERIES 35, 50 & 70
Rear Mounted Blades
Operator’s Manual
Model 35-06
Model 70-06
Model 50-06
ASSEMBLY l OPERATION l MAINTENANCE
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CONGRATULATIONS!
You have invested in the best implement of its type on the market today.
The care you give your Bush Hog implement will greatly determine your satisfaction
with its performance and its service life. We urge a careful study of this manual to provide
you with a thorough understanding of your new implement before operating, as well as
suggestions for operation and maintenance.
If your manual should become lost or destroyed, Bush Hog will be glad to provide you with
a new copy. Order from Bush Hog, P. O. Box 1039, Selma, Alabama 36702-1039. Most of
our manuals can also be downloaded from our website at www.bushhog.com.
As an authorized Bush Hog dealer, we stock genuine Bush Hog parts which are
manufactured with the same precision and skill as our original equipment. Our trained
service personnel are well informed on methods required to service Bush Hog equipment,
and are ready and able to help you.
Should you require additional information or assistance, please contact us.
YOUR AUTHORIZED
BUSH HOG DEALER
BECAUSE BUSH HOG MAINTAINS AN ONGOING
PROGRAM OF PRODUCT IMPROVEMENT, WE
RESERVE THE RIGHT TO MAKE IMPROVEMENTS IN
DESIGN OR CHANGES IN SPECIFICATIONS WITHOUT INCURRING ANY OBLIGATION TO INSTALL
THEM ON UNITS PREVIOUSLY SOLD.
BECAUSE OF THE POSSIBILITY THAT SOME
PHOTOGRAPHS IN THIS MANUAL WERE TAKEN OF
PROTOTYPE MODELS, PRODUCTION MODELS MAY
VARY IN SOME DETAIL. IN ADDITION, SOME
PHOTOGRAPHS MAY SHOW SHIELDS REMOVED
FOR PURPOSES OF CLARITY. NEVER OPERATE
THIS IMPLEMENT WITHOUT ALL SHIELDS IN PLACE.
BUSH
HOG
SERIES 35, 50 & 70 REAR MOUNTED BLADES
Operator’s Manual
TABLE OF CONTENTS
SECTION
PAGE
Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2
Dealer Preparation Check List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3
Safety Precautions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4
Federal Laws and Regulations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5
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70 SERIES OPERATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
II
70 SERIES ASSEMBLY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7
III
MAINTENANCE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8
IV 50 SERIES OPERATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9
V
50 SERIES ASSEMBLY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10
VI 35 SERIES OPERATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10
V
35 SERIES ASSEMBLY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10
Safety Decals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12
Torque Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13
RETAIL CUSTOMER’S RESPONSIBILITY
UNDER THE BUSH HOG WARRANTY
It is the Retail Customer and/or Operator’s responsibility to read the Operator’s Manual, to
operate, lubricate, maintain and store the product in accordance with all instructions and
safety procedures. Failure of the operator to read the Operator’s Manual is a misuse of this
equipment.
It is the Retail Customer and/or Operator’s responsibility to inspect the product and to have
any part(s) repaired or replaced when continued operation would cause damage or excessive
wear to other parts or cause a safety hazard.
It is the Retail Customer’s responsibility to deliver the product to the authorized Bush Hog
Dealer, from whom he purchased it, for service or replacement of defective parts which are
covered by warranty. Repairs to be submitted for warranty consideration must be made within forty-five (45) days of failure.
It is the Retail Customer’s responsibility for any cost incurred by the Dealer for traveling to or
hauling of the product for the purpose of performing a warranty obligation or inspection.
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LIMITED WARRANTY
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Bush Hog warrants to the original purchaser of any new Bush Hog equipment, purchased from an
authorized Bush Hog dealer, that the equipment be free from defects in material and workmanship for a period
of one (1) year for non-commercial, state, and municipalities’ use and ninety (90) days for commercial use from
date of retail sale. The obligation of Bush Hog to the purchaser under this warranty is limited to the repair or
replacement of defective parts.
Replacement or repair parts installed in the equipment covered by this limited warranty are warranted
for ninety (90) days from the date of purchase of such part or to the expiration of the applicable new equipment warranty period, whichever occurs later. Warranted parts shall be provided at no cost to the user at an
authorized Bush Hog dealer during regular working hours. Bush Hog reserves the right to inspect any equipment or parts which are claimed to have been defective in material or workmanship.
DISCLAIMER OF IMPLIED WARRANTIES & CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES
Bush Hog’s obligation under this limited warranty, to the extent allowed by law, is in lieu of all warranties, implied or expressed, INCLUDING IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS
FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE and any liability for incidental and consequential damages with respect to
the sale or use of the items warranted. Such incidental and consequential damages shall include but not be
limited to: transportation charges other than normal freight charges; cost of installation other than cost
approved by Bush Hog; duty; taxes; charges for normal service or adjustment; loss of crops or any other loss of
income; rental of substitute equipment, expenses due to loss, damage, detention or delay in the delivery of
equipment or parts resulting from acts beyond the control of Bush Hog.
THIS LIMITED WARRANTY SHALL NOT APPLY:
1. To vendor items which carry their own warranties, such as engines, tires, and tubes.
2. If the unit has been subjected to misapplication, abuse, misuse, negligence, fire or other accident.
3. If parts not made or supplied by Bush Hog have been used in connection with the unit, if, in the sole judgement of Bush Hog such use affects its performance, stability or reliability.
4. If the unit has been altered or repaired outside of an authorized Bush Hog dealership in a manner
which, in the sole judgement of Bush Hog, affects its performance, stability or reliability.
5. To normal maintenance service and normal replacement items such as gearbox lubricant, hydraulic fluid,
worn blades, or to normal deterioration of such things as belts and exterior finish due to use or
exposure.
6. To expendable or wear items such as teeth, chains, sprockets, belts, springs and any other items that in the
company’s sole judgement is a wear item.
NO EMPLOYEE OR REPRESENTATIVE OF BUSH HOG IS AUTHORIZED TO CHANGE THIS LIMITED WARRANTY IN ANY WAY OR GRANT ANY OTHER WARRANTY UNLESS SUCH CHANGE IS MADE
IN WRITING AND SIGNED BY BUSH HOG’S SERVICE MANAGER, POST OFFICE BOX 1039, SELMA,
ALABAMA 36702-1039.
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Record the model number, serial number and date
purchased. This information will be helpful to your
dealer if parts or service are required.
MODEL NUMBER
SERIAL NUMBER
MAKE CERTAIN THE WARRANTY REGISTRATION
CARD HAS BEEN FILED WITH BUSH HOG/
SELMA, ALABAMA
DATE OF RETAIL SALE
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DEALER PREPARATION CHECK LIST
35, 50 & 70 SERIES BLADES
BEFORE DELIVERING MACHINE — The following check list should be completed.
Use the Operator’s Manual as a guide.
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r
r
r
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1. Assembly completed.
2. All fittings lubricated.
3. All fasteners torqued to specifications given in Torque Chart
4. All decals in place and readable. (See decal page.)
5. Overall condition good (i.e. paint, welds)
6. Operators manual has been delivered to owner and he has been instructed
on the safe and proper use of the blade.
Dealer’s
Signature
Purchaser’s
Signature
THIS CHECKLIST TO REMAIN IN OWNER’S MANUAL
It is the responsibility of the dealer to complete the procedures listed
above before delivery of this implement to the customer.
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IMPORTANT SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
This symbol is used to call attention to safety precautions that should be followed by
the operator to avoid accidents. When you
see this symbol, carefully read the message
that follows and heed its advice. Failure to
comply with safety precautions could result
in serious bodily injury.
In addition to the design and configuration of equipment, hazard control and accident prevention are dependent upon the awareness, concern, prudence and proper training of personnel in the operation, transport,
maintenance and storage of equipment. Lack of attention to safety can result in accident, personal injury,
reduction of efficiency and worst of all—loss of life. Watch for safety hazards and correct deficiencies
promptly. Use the following safety precautions as a general guide to safe operations when using this
machine. Additional safety precautions are used throughout this manual for specific operating and mainte
nance procedures. Read this manual and review the safety precautions often until you know the limitations.
1.
Read the Operator’s Manual. Failure to read the Operator’s Manual is considered a misuse of this
equipment.
2.
Become familiar with all the machine’s controls and all the caution, warning and danger decals
affixed to the machine before attempting to start or operate.
3.
Before starting or operating the machine, make a walk around inspection and check for obvious
defects such as loose mounting bolts and damaged components. Correct any deficiency before
starting.
4.
Do not allow children to operate the implement. Do not allow adults to operate it without proper
instruction.
5.
Do not carry passengers.
6.
Keep the area of operation clear of all persons, particularly small children and pets. The operator
should cease operation whenever anyone comes within the operating area.
7.
Use a piece of cardboard or wood rather than hands to search for hydraulic leaks. Escaping
hydraulic oil under pressure can penetrate skin. If fluid is injected into the skin, it must be surgically
removed within a few hours by a doctor familiar with this form of injury or gangrene may result.
8.
Lower implement to ground, stop tractor engine and apply parking brake before leaving the tractor.
9.
Keep hands and feet away from cutting edge.
10. Wear personal protective equipment such as, but not limited to, protection for eyes, ears, feet,
hands and head when operating or repairing the equipment. Do not wear loose clothing or jewelry
that may catch on equipment moving parts.
11. When performing adjustments or maintenance on the blade, first lower it to the ground or block it
securely at a workable height.
12. Never stand between tractor and implement while tractor is being backed to the hitch.
13. Reduce speed when transporting implement to avoid bouncing and momentary loss of steering.
14. Use tractor flashing warning lights, day or night, when transporting cutter on road or highways
unless prohibited by law.
15. It is recommended that tractor be equipped with Rollover Protective System (ROPS) and seat belt
be used in all implement operations.
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IMPORTANT FEDERAL LAWS AND REGULATIONS* CONCERNING
EMPLOYERS, EMPLOYEES AND OPERATIONS.
*(This section is intended to explain in broad terms the concept and effect of the following federal laws and
regulations. It is not intended as a legal interpretation of the laws and should not be considered as such).
U.S. Public Law 91-596 (The Williams-Steiger Occupational and Health Act of 1970) OSHA
This Act Seeks:
“...to assure so far as possible every working man and woman in the nation safe and healthful working
conditions and to preserve our human resources...”
DUTIES
Sec. 5 (a) Each employer—
(1) shall furnish to each of his employees employment and a place of employment
which are free from recognized hazards that are causing or are likely to cause
death or serious physical harm to his employees;
(2) shall comply with occupational safety and health standards promulgated under
this Act.
(b) Each employee shall comply with occupational safety and health standards
and all rules, regulations and orders issued pursuant to this Act which are
applicable to his own actions and conduct.
OSHA Regulations
Current OSHA regulations state in part: “At the time of initial assignment and at least annually thereafter, the
employer shall instruct every employee in the safe operation and servicing of all equipment with which the
employee is, or will be involved.” These will include (but are not limited to) instructions to:
Keep all guards in place when the machine is in operation;
Permit no riders on equipment;
Stop engine, disconnect the power source, and wait for all machine movement to stop before
servicing, adjusting, cleaning or unclogging the equipment, except where the machine must be
running to be properly serviced or maintained, in which case the employer shall instruct employees
as to all steps and procedures which are necessary to safely service or maintain the equipment.
Make sure everyone is clear of machinery before starting the engine, engaging power, or operating
the machine.
EMPLOYEE TRACTOR OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS:
1. Securely fasten your seat belt if the tractor has a
ROPS.
5. Watch where you are going, especially at row
ends, on roads, and around trees.
2. Where possible, avoid operating the tractor near
ditches, embankments, and holes.
6. Do not permit others to ride.
3. Reduce speed when turning, crossing slopes, and
on rough, slick, or muddy surfaces.
4. Stay off slopes too steep for safe operation.
7. Operate the tractor smoothly - no jerky turns,
starts, or stops.
8. Hitch only to the drawbar and hitch points recommended by tractor manufacturers.
9. When tractor is stopped, set brakes securely and
use park lock if available.
Child Labor Under 16 Years Old
Some regulations specify that no one under the age of 16 may operate power machinery. It is your
responsibility to know what these regulations are in your own area or situation. (Refer to U.S. Dept. of
Labor, Employment Standard Administration, Wage & Home Division, Child Labor Bulletin #102.)
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SECTION I
70 SERIES OPERATION
ATTACHING TO TRACTOR
S T A N D A R D E Q U IP M E N T
& S P E C IF IC A T IO N S
The blade should be placed on level ground.
A p p ro x . W e ig h t: . . . . . . . . . . . .5 1 0 lb s . (6 ’)
5 3 8 lb s . (7 ’)
5 7 2 lb s . (8 ’)
M a x im u m T ra c to r H P . . . . . . . .7 0 H P
H itc h : . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 P o in t C a te g o ry I & II
M o ld b o a rd W id th : . . . . . . . . . . .6 ’, 7 ’, a n d 8 ’
H e ig h t & T h ic k n e s s : 1 8 ” x 5 /1 6 ”
C u ttin g E d g e : . . . . .1 /2 ” x 6 ” R e v e rsib le
K in g P in D ia m e te r: . . . . . . . . . .1 -1 /4 ” (G ra d e 8 )
A d ju s tm e n ts :
T ilt: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4 p o s itio n u p to 3 0 °
R ig h t o r L e ft
O ffs e t: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .u p to 4 5 ° R ig h t o r L e ft
A n g le: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5 Fw d positions up to 45°
5 R ev. positions up to 45°
M o ld b o a rd R o ta tio n . . . . .3 6 0 °
Place the tractor rockshaft control in “position control” (non-floating) for attaching and detaching the
rear mounted blade. “Draft control” or “position control” can be used while operating.
Back the tractor until the ends of the lift arms can be
attached to the lift points on the implement. Secure
the lift arms to the mast with pins and presto pins
provided.
Attach the center link to the top of the mast and
adjust so that the blade will be level in the operating
position
DETACHING FROM TRACTOR
Lower the blade to the ground with rockshaft control
in position control. Remove top link from mast, discon6
nect hitch arms from bottom pins and pull tractor
away from blade.
The pitch of the blade may be adjusted by lengthening or shortening the top link on the tractor 3-point lift.
CAUTION
OPERATION - Care should be exercised during use
of the blade to prevent hanging the ends on immovable objects or otherwise use the implement under
conditions beyond its designed capacity. Back fills
may be made by reversing the moldboard and pushing instead of pulling.
USE OPTIONAL JACKSATND, OR OTHER
SUITABLE MATERIAL TO SUPPORT AND
PREVENT MAST BOOM END FROM FALLING
WHEN DETACHING BLADE. KEEP BODY,
HANDS AND FEET CLEAR OF IMPLEMENT.
FIELD ADJUSTMENTS
CAUTION
ANGLING - The design of these blades permits the
cutting edge to be angled for both forward and backward operation. To change the angle remove the
angle index pin from the frame. Blade can then be
rotated to the desired position and the index pin
replaced.
WHEN EQUIPMENT IS TRANSPORTED, USE
NECESSARY DEVICES REQUIRED BY
LOCAL REGULATIONS FOR ADEQUATE
WARNING TO OPERATORS OF OTHER
VEHICLES.
OFFSET - Offsetting the blade can be accomplished
by the use of a pin jack which has adjustment holes
for different potitions, or a ratchet jack, which gives
infinite adjustment, or a hydraulic cylinder. Lugs are
provided on both sides of the boom so that it may be
positioned to either the right or left side.
CAUTION
ADDITIONAL TRACTOR FRONT BALLAST
MAY BE NEEDED FOR STABLE OPERATION AND TRANSPORT OF IMPLEMENT.
SEE TRACTOR OPERATOR’S MANUAL
FOR RECOMMENDED WEIGHTS. IT IS RECOMMENDED
THAT
TRACTOR
BE
EQUIPPED WITH ROLLOVER PROTECTIVE
SYSTEM (ROPS).
TILT - The blade may be tilted left or right by removing the tilt index pin and moving the blade to the
desired position. Replace the pin in appropriate hole.
WARNING
DURING BLADE ADJUSTMENT
l KEEP BODY, HANDS AND FEET CLEAR
OF BLADE.
l KEEP FINGERS CLEAR OF HOLES.
SECTION II
ASSEMBLY
Category I or II Hitch
Tilt Index Pin
Hex Nut,
Tab Washer
and Jam Nut
Ratchet Jack
For Offsetting
Angle Index Pin
Parking Stand
Moldboard
Reverseable Cutting Edge
Serial Number
Plate Location
7
nect hitch arms from bottom pins and pull tractor
away from blade.
The pitch of the blade may be adjusted by lengthening or shortening the top link on the tractor 3-point lift.
CAUTION
OPERATION - Care should be exercised during use
of the blade to prevent hanging the ends on immovable objects or otherwise use the implement under
conditions beyond its designed capacity. Back fills
may be made by reversing the moldboard and pushing instead of pulling.
USE OPTIONAL JACKSATND, OR OTHER
SUITABLE MATERIAL TO SUPPORT AND
PREVENT MAST BOOM END FROM FALLING
WHEN DETACHING BLADE. KEEP BODY,
HANDS AND FEET CLEAR OF IMPLEMENT.
FIELD ADJUSTMENTS
CAUTION
ANGLING - The design of these blades permits the
cutting edge to be angled for both forward and backward operation. To change the angle remove the
angle index pin from the frame. Blade can then be
rotated to the desired position and the index pin
replaced.
WHEN EQUIPMENT IS TRANSPORTED, USE
NECESSARY DEVICES REQUIRED BY
LOCAL REGULATIONS FOR ADEQUATE
WARNING TO OPERATORS OF OTHER
VEHICLES.
OFFSET - Offsetting the blade can be accomplished
by the use of a pin jack which has adjustment holes
for different potitions, or a ratchet jack, which gives
infinite adjustment, or a hydraulic cylinder. Lugs are
provided on both sides of the boom so that it may be
positioned to either the right or left side.
CAUTION
ADDITIONAL TRACTOR FRONT BALLAST
MAY BE NEEDED FOR STABLE OPERATION AND TRANSPORT OF IMPLEMENT.
SEE TRACTOR OPERATOR’S MANUAL
FOR RECOMMENDED WEIGHTS. IT IS RECOMMENDED
THAT
TRACTOR
BE
EQUIPPED WITH ROLLOVER PROTECTIVE
SYSTEM (ROPS).
TILT - The blade may be tilted left or right by removing the tilt index pin and moving the blade to the
desired position. Replace the pin in appropriate hole.
WARNING
DURING BLADE ADJUSTMENT
l KEEP BODY, HANDS AND FEET CLEAR
OF BLADE.
l KEEP FINGERS CLEAR OF HOLES.
SECTION II
ASSEMBLY
Category I or II Hitch
Tilt Index Pin
Hex Nut,
Tab Washer
and Jam Nut
Ratchet Jack
For Offsetting
Angle Index Pin
Parking Stand
Moldboard
Reverseable Cutting Edge
Serial Number
Plate Location
7
SECTION III
MAINTENANCE
CAUTION
INSURE THAT MOLDBOARD IS SECURELY
SUPPORTED DURING ASSEMBLY TO PREVENT IT FROM FALLING ONTO FEET,
HANDS OR BODY.
Keep all nuts and bolts tight. Refer to Torque Chart
for correct torque.
Support moldboard in operating position.
Store the blade out of the weather when it is not in
use. This prevents rusting of the moldboard and
other components.
Attach the frame to tractor 3-point hitch and assemble the offsetting link (pin jack, ratchet jack or
hydraulic cylinder) between the mast and the main
beam
Inspect your blade periodically and replace any worn
or broken parts in order to have your implement
ready for use when needed.
Inspect hydraulic lines and fittings for wear or leaks.
Repair or replace if needed.
Insert the main beam extension through the moldboard mount frame. Place cover plate over threaded
extension and against rear of mount. Install 1-1/4”
hex nut onto threaded extension and tighten securely.
Place tab washer over threaded extension followed
by the 1-1/4” jam nut.
LUBRICATION - Lubricate the two grease fittings on
the ratchet jack every 50 hours with a multipurpose
grease. Lubricate the pivot pin at the front of the
boom through its exposed grease fitting at the same
intervals.
While holding the inner nut, securely tighten the jam
nut against the tab washer. Bend one side of the
washer over the inner nut and the opposite side of
the washer over the outer nut. This will secure the
assembly during operation.
Remove and apply a liberal coat of multipurpose
grease to all other pins before operating and every
150 hours thereafter.
Place index pins in desired positions and fasten with
presto pins.
Pin Jack
Ratchet Jack
Grease Fittings
Offset Adjustment
Lever
Offset Adjustment Pin
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SECTION IV
50 SERIES OPERATION
Offsetting
Adjusting Pin
S T A N D A R D E Q U IP M E N T
& S P E C IF IC A T IO N S
Angle
Adjusting Pin
A p p ro x . W e ig h t: . . . . . . . . . . . .4 0 3 lb s . (6 ’)
4 3 0 lb s . (7 ’)
M a x im u m T ra c to r H P . . . . . . . .5 0 H P
H itc h : . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 P o in t C a te g o ry I
M o ld b o a rd W id th : . . . . . . . . . . . 6 ’ a n d 7 ’
H e ig h t & T h ic k n e s s : 1 5 -7 /8 ” x 1 /4 ”
C u ttin g E d g e : . . . . .1 /2 ” x 6 ” R e v e rsib le
K in g P in D ia m e te r: . . . . . . . . . .1 -1 /4 ” (G ra d e 8 )
A d ju s tm e n ts :
T ilt: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 5 ° U p o r D o w n
O ffs e t: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0°, 15°, 30°, 45° Lft. or
R t.
A n g le : . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5 Fw d. positions up to 30°
3 R ev. positions up to
Tilt Adjusting Pin
(Ditching)
OFFSET - Offsetting the blade can be accomplished by removing the adjusting pin and pivoting
the mainframe boom to the desired position.
Replace index pin and secure with hair pin.
ATTACHING TO TRACTOR
The blade should be placed on level ground.
Place the tractor rockshaft control in “position control” (non-floating) for attaching and detaching the
rear mounted blade. “Draft control” or “position control” can be used while operating.
TILT - The blade may be tilted left or right by
removing the tilt index pin and moving the blade to
the desired position. Replace the pin in appropriate
hole.
Back the tractor until the ends of the lift arms can be
attached to the lift points on the implement. Secure
the lift arms to the mast with pins and presto pins
provided.
The pitch of the blade may be adjusted by lengthening or shortening the top link on the tractor 3-point lift.
Care should be exercised during use of the blade to
prevent hanging the ends on immovable objects or
otherwise use the implement under conditions
beyond its designed capacity. Back fills may be
made by reversing the moldboard and pushing
instead of pulling.
Attach the center link to the top of the mast and
adjust so that the blade will be level in the operating
position
DETACHING FROM TRACTOR
Lower the blade to the ground with rockshaft control
in position control. Remove top link from mast,
disconnect hitch arms from bottom pins and pull tractor away from blade.
WARNING
DURING BLADE ADJUSTMENT
l KEEP BODY, HANDS AND FEET CLEAR
OF BLADE.
l KEEP FINGERS CLEAR OF HOLES.
FIELD ADJUSTMENTS
ANGLING - The design of these blades permits the
cutting edge to be angled for both forward and backward operation. To change the angle remove the
angle index pin from the frame. Blade can then be
rotated to the desired position and the index pin
replaced.
CAUTION
WHEN EQUIPMENT IS TRANSPORTED,
USE NECESSARY DEVICES REQUIRED BY
LOCAL REGULATIONS FOR ADEQUATE
WARNING TO OPERATORS OF OTHER
VEHICLES.
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CAUTION
Offsetting
Adjusting Pin
ADDITIONAL TRACTOR FRONT BALLAST
MAY BE NEEDED FOR STABLE OPERATION
AND TRANSPORT OF IMPLEMENT. SEE
TRACTOR OPERATOR’S MANUAL FOR
RECOMMENDED WEIGHTS. IT IS RECOMMENDED THAT TRACTOR BE EQUIPPED
WITH ROLLOVER PROTECTIVE SYSTEM
(ROPS).
Angle
Adjusting Pin
King Pin With
1-1/2” Locknut
Support
Mount
Moldboard
SECTION V
50 SERIES ASSEMBLY
Fasten the moldboard assembly to the mainframe
boom by sliding the king pin up through the holes in
the boom and fastening with a 1-1/4” lock nut. Do
not over-tighten so as to prevent the moldboard from
pivoting.
Category I
3-Point Hitch
5/8” Plow Bolts
Lock the moldboard into the desired position with the
angle adjusting pin. Insert hair pin through bottom of
the adjusting pin.
Reverseable Cutting Edge
SECTION VI
35 SERIES OPERATION
S T A N D A R D E Q U IP M E N T
& S P E C IF IC A T IO N S
Angle Adjusting Pin
A p p ro x . W e ig h t: . . . . . . . . . . . .2 6 0 lb s . (4 ’)
2 8 0 lb s . (5 ’)
3 1 0 lb s . (6 ’)
3 4 0 lb s , (7 ’)
M a x im u m T ra c to r H P . . . . . . . .3 5 H P
H itc h : . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 P o in t C a te g o ry I
M o ld b o a rd W id th : . . . . . . . . . . .4 ’, 5 ’, 6 ’, a n d 7 ’
H e ig h t & T h ic k n e s s : 1 4 -1 /2 ” x 1 /4 ”
C u ttin g E d g e : . . . . .1 /2 ” x 6 ” R e v e rsib le
K in g P in D ia m e te r: . . . . . . . . . .1 -1 /4 ” (G ra d e 8 )
A d ju s tm e n ts :
T ilt: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 5 ° U p o r D o w n
O ffs e t: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 2 ” L e ft o r R ig h t
A ngle: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5 Fw d positions up to
30°
3 Rev. positions up to 15°
M o ld b o a rd R o ta tio n . . . . .3 6 0 °
Support Mount In
Centered Position
Tilt Adjusting Pin
(Ditching)
ATTACHING TO TRACTOR
Back the tractor until the ends of the lift arms can be
attached to the lift points on the implement. Secure
the lift arms to the mast with pins and presto pins
provided.
The blade should be placed on level ground.
Place the tractor rockshaft control in “position control” (non-floating) for attaching and detaching the
rear mounted blade. “Draft control” or “position control” can be used while operating.
Attach the center link to the top of the mast and
adjust so that the blade will be level in the operating
position
10
DETACHING FROM TRACTOR
CAUTION
WHEN EQUIPMENT IS TRANSPORTED, USE
NECESSARY DEVICES REQUIRED BY
LOCAL REGULATIONS FOR ADEQUATE
WARNING TO OPERATORS OF OTHER
VEHICLES.
Lower the blade to the ground with rockshaft control
in position control. Remove top link from mast,
disconnect hitch arms from bottom pins and pull
tractor away from blade.
CAUTION
CAUTION
USE SUITABLE MATERIAL TO SUPPORT AND
PREVENT MAST BOOM END FROM FALLING
WHEN DETACHING BLADE. KEEP BODY,
HANDS AND FEET CLEAR OF IMPLEMENT.
ADDITIONAL TRACTOR FRONT BALLAST
MAY BE NEEDED FOR STABLE OPERATION
AND TRANSPORT OF IMPLEMENT. SEE
TRACTOR OPERATOR’S MANUAL FOR
RECOMMENDED WEIGHTS. IT IS RECOMMENDED THAT TRACTOR BE EQUIPPED
WITH ROLLOVER PROTECTIVE SYSTEM
(ROPS).
FIELD ADJUSTMENTS
The ditching angle of the blade can adjusted by
removing the index pin from the rear of the mount
assembly. Adjust blade to desired angle and replace
index pin.
SECTION VII
35 SERIES ASSEMBLY
The blade can be offset 12” to either side by altering
the position where the blade is bolted to the support
mount.
Fasten the 3-point hitch frame to the moldboard
assembly by sliding the king pin up through the
holes in the boom and fastening with a 1-1/4” lock
nut. Do not over-tighten so as to prevent the moldboard from pivoting.
To change the operation angle, remove the index pin
from the mast assembly and pivot the blade to the
desired position, either forward or reversed. Replace
index pin and secure with hair pin.
Care should be exercised during use of the blade to
prevent hanging the ends on immovable objects or
otherwise use the implement under conditions
beyond its designed capacity.
Lock the moldboard into the desired position with the
angle adjusting pin. Insert hair pin through bottom of
the adjusting pin.
WARNING
DURING BLADE ADJUSTMENT
l KEEP BODY, HANDS AND FEET CLEAR
OF BLADE.
l KEEP FINGERS CLEAR OF HOLES.
Angle Adjusting Pin
King Pin With 1-1/4” Locknut
Category I
3-Point Hitch Mast
Support Mount
Moldboard
Reverseable Cutting Edge
5/8” Carriage Bolts
5/8” Plow Bolts
11
SAFETY DECALS
To promote safe operation, Bush Hog supplies safety decals on all products manufactured. Because damages
can occur to safety decals either through shipment, use or reconditioning, Bush Hog will, upon request, provide
safety decals for any of our products in the field at no charge. Contact your authorized Bush Hog dealer for
more information.
12
TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS
Proper toque for American fasteners used on Bush Hog equipment.
Recommended Torque in Foot Pounds (Newton Meters).*
AMERICAN
Bolt Head Markings
W RENCH
S IZ E (IN .) “ A ”
B O L T D IA M E T E R
(IN .) “ B ” A N D
T H R E A D S IZ E
SAE
GRADE 2
SAE
GRADE 5
SAE
GRADE 8
1/4 - 2O UNC
6 (7)
8 (11)
12 (16)
7/16
SAE Grade 2
(No Dashes)
SAE Grade 5
(3 Dashes)
lt
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Bo er “B
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Dia
Wrench
Size “A”
SAE Grade 8
(6 Dashes)
METRIC
7/16
1/4 - 28 UNF
6 (8)
10 (13)
14 (18)
1/2
5/16 - 18 UNC
11 (15)
17 (23)
25 (33)
1/2
5/16 - 24 UNF
13 (17)
19 (26)
27 (37)
9/16
3/8 - 16 UNC
20 (27)
31 (42)
44 (60)
9/16
3/8 - 24 UNF
23 (31)
35 (47)
49 (66)
5/8
7/16 - 14 UNC
32 (43)
49 (66)
70 (95)
5/8
7/16 - 20 UNF
36 (49)
55 (75)
78 (106)
3/4
1/2 - 13 UNC
49 (66)
76 (103)
106 (144)
3/4
1/2 - 20 UNF
55 (75)
85 (115)
120 (163)
7/8
9/16 - 12 UNC
70 (95)
109 (148)
153 (207)
7/8
9/16 - 18 UNF
79 (107)
122 (165)
172 (233)
15/16
5/8 - 11 UNC
97 (131)
150 (203)
212 (287)
15/16
5/8 - 18 UNF
110 (149)
170 (230)
240 (325)
1-1/8
3/4 - 10 UNC
144 (195)
266 (360)
376 (509)
1-1/8
3/4 - 16 UNF
192 (260)
297 (402)
420 (569)
606 (821)
1-5/16
7/8 - 9 UNC
166 (225)
430 (583)
1-5/16
7/8 - 14 UNF
184 (249)
474 (642)
668 (905)
1-1/2
1 - 8 UNC
250 (339)
644 (873)
909 (1232)
1-1/2
1 - 12 UNF
274 (371)
705 (955)
995 (1348)
1-1/2
1 - 14 UNF
280 (379)
721 (977)
1019 (1381)
1-11/16
1-1/8 - 7 UNC
354 (480)
795 (1077)
1288(1745)
1-11/16
1-1/8 - 12 UNF
397 (538)
890 (1206)
1444 (1957)
1-7/8
1-1/4 - 7 UNC
500 (678)
1120 (1518)
1817 (2462)
1-7/8
1-1/4 - 12 UNF
553 (749)
1241 (1682)
2013 (2728)
2-1/16
1-3/8 - 6 UNC
655 (887)
1470 (1992)
2382 (3228)
2-1/16
1-3/8 - 12 UNF
746 (1011)
1672 (2266)
2712 (3675)
2-1/4
1-1/2 - 6 UNC
870 (1179)
1950 (2642)
3161 (4283)
2-1/4
1-1/2 - 12 UNF
979 (1327)
2194 (2973)
3557 (4820)
”
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Bo er “B
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D
Wrench
Size “A”
8.8
Numbers appearing on bolt heads
indicate ASTM class.
*U se 7 5 % o f th e sp e cifie d to rq u e va lu e fo r
p la te d fa ste n e rs. U se 8 5 % o f th e sp e cifie d to rq u e va lu e s fo r lu b rica te d fa ste n e rs.
Proper torque for metric fasteners used on Bush Hog equipment.
Recommended torque in foot pounds (newton Meters).*
—WRENCH
SIZE
(mm) “A”
BOLT
DIA.
(mm) “B”
ASTM
4.6
8
5
1.8 (2.4)
5.1 (6.9)
6.5 (8.8)
10
6
3 (4)
8.7 (12)
11.1 (15)
27 (37)
ASTM
8.8
ASTM
9.8
ASTM
10.9
13
8
7.3 (10)
21.1 (29)
16
10
14.5 (20)
42 (57)
53 (72)
18
12
25 (34)
74 (100)
73 (99)
93 (126)
21
14
40 (54)
118 (160)
116 (157)
148 (201)
24
16
62 (84)
167 (226)
181 (245)
30
20
122 (165)
325 (440)
443 (600)
611 (828)
211 (286)
563 (763)
778 (1054)
821 (1112)
1138 (1542)
418 (566)
1119 (1516)
1547 (2096)
33
22
36
24
41
27
46
30
13
230 (312)
449 (608)
P.O. Box 1039 l Selma, AL 36702-1039
Telephone (334) 874-2700 l www.bushhog.com