Meyer 7200 Specifications

OPERATORS AND PARTS MANUAL NO. 03-2-SI
INDUSTRIAL SERIES
TWIN EXPELLER SUPER SPREADER
MODEL 7200
PATENTED
U.S. PATENT NO.
5,368,236
5,501,404
DO NOT OPERATE EQUIPMENT UNTIL THIS MANUAL HAS BEEN READ AND UNDERSTOOD
MANUFACTURED BY
County Hwy. A West
P.O. Box 405
Dorchester, Wisconsin 54425-0405
Phone 715-654-5132 • FAX 715-654-5513
1-800-325-9103
www.meyermfg.com
E-mail: sales@meyermfg.com
12/03
TABLE OF CONTENTS
MANUFACTURER’S WARRANTY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
INTRODUCTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
SAFETY FIRST . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
SAFETY FIRST . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
PRE-OPERATION. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
TRANSPORTING · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 9
OPTIONAL TRUCK MOUNT SPREADERS · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 10
USE OF SAFETY CHAIN · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 10
FREEZING WEATHER OPERATION · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 10
OPERATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
LOADING · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 12
UNLOADING· · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 12
SHEAR SPROCKET INSTRUCTIONS · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 13
STORAGE AFTER USE · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 14
PTO DRIVELINE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
DRIVELINE ATTACHMENT · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 15
PTO SETUP · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 15
LUBRICATION· · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 16
LUBRICATION · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 16
PRIOR TO USE · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 16
ADJUSTMENTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
FRONT DRIVE ROLLER CHAINS· · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 17
SPINNER MATERIAL GUIDES · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 19
LUBRICATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
REPAIR PARTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
918-0208 PTO DRIVE SHAFT ASSEMBLY· · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 22
918-0210 PTO DRIVE SHAFT ASSEMBLY · · · · · · · ·
AUGER DRIVE THIRD REDUCTION · · · · · · · · · · · ·
FRONT SHIELD & SIDE SHAFT DRIVE · · · · · · · · · ·
AUGER DRIVE FIRST REDUCTION · · · · · · · · · · · ·
AUGER DRIVE SECOND REDUCTION · · · · · · · · · ·
RH AUGER DRIVE FINAL REDUCTION · · · · · · · · · ·
LH AUGER DRIVE FINAL REDUCTION · · · · · · · · · ·
BOX, AUGERS & SIDE SHAFT · · · · · · · · · · · · · · ·
UNLOADING GATE AND GATE INDICATOR· · · · · · · ·
SPINNERS & GEARBOX SHAFT DRIVE · · · · · · · · · ·
SPINNER GEAR REDUCER - LEFT HAND (1:1) #19-0029
SPINNER GEAR REDUCER - CENTER (1:1) #19-0030 · ·
CORNER GEAR REDUCER - RIGHT HAND · · · · · · · ·
HUBS, AXLE & TANDEM ASSEMBLY · · · · · · · · · · ·
LADDER, THIRD AUGER, GATE INDICATOR & LIGHTING
INSTRUCTIONS FOR AUTOMATIC CHAIN OILER · · · ·
MEYER INDUSTRIAL SPREADER “TROUBLE SHOOTING” . . .
MEYER INDUSTRIAL SPREADER “MAINTENANCE RECORD” .
MEYER EQUIPMENT WHEEL TORQUE . . . . . . . . . . . . .
MEYER INDUSTRIAL SPREADER “SPECIFICATIONS” . . . . .
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NEW MEYER INDUSTRIAL SPREADER
July 1, 2000
MANUFACTURER’S WARRANTY
I.
The “Product Registration & Inspection Certificate” along with the original billing invoice “Owners Registration Form”
must be completed in full and promptly returned to Meyer Mfg. Corp. for this warranty to become both valid and
effective. All warranties on New Meyer Super Spreaders shall apply only to the original retail customer from an
authorized Meyer Mfg. Corp. dealership.
II.
This warranty shall not apply to any Meyer Super Spreader which has been subjected to misuse, negligence,
alteration, accident, incorrect operating procedures, or which shall have been repaired with parts other than
those obtained through Meyer Mfg. Corp.
III.
Meyer Mfg. Corp. warrants New Meyer Super Spreaders to be free from defects in material and workmanship under
recommended use and maintenance service, as stated in the Operator’s and Parts Manual," as follows:
A.
Meyer Mfg. Corp. will repair or replace F.O.B. Dorchester, WI, as Meyer Mfg. Corp. elects, any part of a new
Meyer Super Spreader which is defective in material or workmanship:
1.
B.
Without charge for either parts or labor during the first (1) year from purchase date to the
original retail customer.
In addition to the above basic warranty, Meyer Mfg. Corp. will repair or replace F.O. B. Dorchester, WI as Meyer
Mfg. Corp. elects:
Ten (10) Years:
After a period of (1) year, the spreader tank body is warranted against rust-through for an
additional period of (9) years. (Pro-Rated Parts Only). Parts included, front and rear end
panels, side panels, and auger trough.
IV.
COMMERCIAL USE: Coverage as in paragraph III A1 ONLY, except warranty coverage is for (90) days for parts and
labor to the original commercial retail customer.
V.
Repairs eligible for labor warranty must be made by Meyer Mfg. Corp. or an authorized Meyer dealership. The
original retail customer is responsible for the transportation of the super spreader to the dealership for warranty
service or for any service call expenses.
VI.
Except as stated above, Meyer Mfg. Corp. shall not be liable for injuries or damages of any kind or nature, direct,
consequential, or contingent, to persons or property. This warranty does not extend to loss of crop or for any other
reasons.
VII.
No person is authorized to give any other warranties or to assume any other obligation on Meyer Mfg. Corp.’s. behalf
unless made or assumed in writing by Meyer Mfg. Corp. This warranty is the sole and exclusive warranty which is
applicable in connection with the manufacture and sale of this product and Meyer Mfg. Corp.’s responsibility is
limited accordingly.
VIII.
This warranty is effective on all sales of Meyer Super Spreaders made after January 1, 1992.
Model 7200
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INTRODUCTION
Congratulations on your purchase of a new Meyer farm
equipment product. Undoubtedly you have given much
consideration to your purchase and we’re proud that you
have selected Meyer. Pride in craftsmanship, engineering and customer service have made Meyer products
the finest in the farm equipment industry today.
This supersedes all previous published instructions.
IMPORTANT:
At the front of this manual is a Product Registration and
Inspection Certificate. Be sure your dealer has completed this certificate and promptly forwarded a copy to
Meyer Mfg. to validate the manufacturer’s warranty. The
product model and serial number are recorded on this
certificate and below for proper identification of your
Meyer Industrial Spreader by your dealer and the manufacturer when ordering repair parts. The serial number
plate is found on the upper left front corner of the
spreader tank or stamped in the left front frame channel.
There is no substitute for quality. That is why thousands
of people like you have purchased Meyer farm equipment. They felt it was the best equipment to serve their
farming needs, now and in years to come. We ask that
you follow our policy of “safety first,” and we strongly
suggest that you read through the owner’s manual before operating your Meyer farm equipment.
Meyer Manufacturing Corporation wants to thank you
for not compromising quality. We are determined to offer
excellence in customer service as well as provide you
with the very best value for your dollar.
_____________________________
Serial No.
_____________________________
Date of Purchase
REMEMBER:
______________________
At the back of this manual is the repair parts section. All
replacement parts are to be obtained from or ordered
through your Meyer dealership. When ordering repair
parts, refer to the parts section and give complete information including quantity, correct part number, detailed
description and even Model No. and Serial No. of the
Meyer Industrial Spreader which needs repair parts.
FARM EQUIPMENT BUYERS
TRUST THE NAME MEYER!
Sincerely,
All Employees of
MEYER MANUFACTURING CORPORATION
NOTE: All references to right hand (RH), left hand (LH),
front and rear apply to the product as viewed from the
rear of the spreader.
Meyer Mfg. Corp. reserves the right to make improvements in design, or changes in specifications at any
time, without incurring any obligation to owners of units
previously sold.
Model 7200
Model No.
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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
This symbol is used to call attention to instructions concerning personal safety. Be sure to observe
and follow these instructions. Take time to be careful!
WARNING: BEFORE ATTEMPTING TO OPERATE THIS SPREADER, READ AND STUDY THE
FOLLOWING SAFETY INFORMATION. IN ADDITION, MAKE SURE THAT EVERY INDIVIDUAL WHO
OPERATES OR WORKS WITH THE SPREADER, WHETHER FAMILY MEMBER OR EMPLOYEE, IS FAMILIAR
WITH THESE SAFETY PRECAUTIONS.
Require anyone who will operate this spreader to read and completely understand this Owner’s Manual. Give
necessary instructions!
DO NOT operate, service, inspect or otherwise handle this spreader until all operators have read this Owner’s
Manual and have been properly trained in the intended usage of the spreader.
Do not allow minors (children) or inexperienced persons to operate this spreader.
If the spreader becomes clogged, shut off the tractor engine and allow all mechanisms to stop. Disconnect PTO shaft
and hydraulic hoses (relieve hydraulic pressure). Then, clean or work on the spreader as required.
Always shut off power and disconnect PTO drive shaft and unhook hydraulic hoses (relieve hydraulic pressure) from
tractor to prevent accidental startup or unexpected movement before working on machine.
Do not clean, adjust, or lubricate while spreader is in motion.
Make sure all hydraulic fittings are tight and that all hoses are in good condition. Hydraulic fluid escaping under
pressure can have sufficient force to penetrate skin and cause serious injury. Never investigate for hydraulic leaks by
using a part of the body to feel for escaping fluid.
Inspect when first delivered and regularly thereafter; that all connections and bolts are tight and secure before operating.
Know how to stop the spreader before starting it!
Do not operate until all shields, covers, and guards are in place.
Make certain everyone is clear of the spreader before applying power.
Keep hands, feet and clothing away from moving parts. Loose or floppy clothing should not be worn by the operator.
Stay well clear of the spreader’s rear discharge spinners while operating.
Do not step up on any part of the spreader at any time. Do not use PTO guard as a step.
Do not step over the power take-off shaft. Stay clear of the PTO at all times.
Keep PTO shaft telescoping tube shields turning freely. Keep PTO master shield on tractor. Replace shields missing
or damaged.
Never operate PTO above normal 540 or 1000 RPM rating. Tractors PTO MUST match implement PTO.
Use only properly rated tires.
Do not tow at speeds in excess of 20 MPH when transporting this spreader. Never exceed a safe travel speed.
Observe all applicable traffic laws when transporting on public roadways (where legal to do so). Check local laws for
all highway lighting and marking requirements.
WHEN TOWING THE SPREADER ON PUBLIC ROADS A Safety Chain of sufficient strength to support, along the
line of travel, the gross weight (See Maximum Load Weight Chart / Transporting Section) of the spreader must be
used. A safety chain should be attached per diagram in Transporting Section.
Always install a SMV emblem on this spreader for transporting on roadways and keep the emblem clean and bright.
MEYER MFG. CORP. PROVIDES GUARDS FOR EXPOSED MOVING PARTS FOR THE OPERATOR’S
PROTECTION; HOWEVER, SOME AREAS CANNOT BE GUARDED OR SHIELDED IN ORDER TO ASSURE
PROPER OPERATION. THE OPERATOR’S MANUAL AND DECALS ON THE MACHINE ITSELF WARN YOU
OF DANGERS AND MUST BE READ AND OBSERVED CLOSELY.
STUDY THE ABOVE SAFETY RULES
FAILURE TO HEED MAY RESULT IN SERIOUS PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
Model 7200
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SAFETY FIRST
when guards are removed.
A brief definition of signal words that may be used in this
manual is as follows:
CAUTION Indicates a potentially hazardous
situation which, if not avoided, MAY result in minor or
moderate injury. It is also used to alert against unsafe
practices.
DANGER Indicates an imminently hazardous situation which, if not avoided, WILL result in serious injury
or death.
WARNING Indicates a potentially hazardous
situation which, if not avoided, COULD result in death or
serious injury, and includes hazards that are exposed
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K
Located Under
Shield
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Located Under
Shield
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Located Under
Shields
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Located Under
Shields
CAUTION: READ ALL DECALS ON THE SPREADER AND IN THIS MANUAL. KEEP THESE DECALS CLEAN AND
REPLACE ANY LOST OR DESTROYED DECALS. BECOME FAMILIAR WITH ALL TRACTOR AND SPREADER CONTROLS.
Model 7200
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SAFETY FIRST
The Meyer Super Spreader is manufactured with operator safety in mind. Located on the manure spreader are various decals to aid in operation and warn of danger or caution areas. Pay close attention to all decals on the spreader.
DO NOT REMOVE ANY DECALS. IF DECALS ARE LOST, DAMAGED OR IF MANURE SPREADER
IS REPAINTED, REPLACE DECALS. REMEMBER: DECALS ARE FOR YOUR PROTECTION AND INFORMATION.
DECAL B. PART NO. 46-3600-9
DECAL C. PART NO. 46-0001-26
DECAL A. PART NO. 46-0001-5
DECAL E. PART NO. 46-0001-4
DECAL F. PART NO. 46-3600-6
DECAL D. PART NO. 46-0001-13
DECAL H. PART NO.
46-3600-8
DECAL I. PART NO. 46-3600-1
DECAL G. PART NO. 46-0004-2
DECAL K. PART NO. 46-0001-35
CAUTION
INDUSTRIAL SERIES GEAR BOXES
THE ONE -- RIGHT REAR, CORNER GEAR BOX USE:
#80-90 wt. GEAR LUBE OIL ONLY.
DECAL J. PART NO. 46-0001-22
THE TWO -- SPINNER/EXPELLER GEAR BOXES USE:
SEMI-FLUID, EP LITHIUM BASE, GEAR GREASE.
46-5570-3
DECAL L. PART NO. 46-5570-3
CAUTION: READ ALL DECALS ON THE SPREADER AND IN THIS MANUAL. KEEP THESE DECALS CLEAN AND
REPLACE ANY LOST OR DESTROYED DECALS. BECOME FAMILIAR WITH ALL TRACTOR AND SPREADER CONTROLS.
Model 7200
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PRE-OPERATION
WARNING: BEFORE OPERATING, READ THIS OWNERS MANUAL COMPLETELY. PAY
PARTICULAR ATTENTION TO THE “SAFETY PRECAUTION” AND “SAFETY FIRST” PAGES. READ ALL
SAFETY MESSAGES HIGHLIGHTED BY “SAFETY ALERT SYMBOLS” THROUGHOUT THE MANUAL.
Check for proper assembly and adjustment and make
sure that all bolts are tightened. Securely retighten after
a few hours of operation, as bolts can loosen up on new
machinery. Check wheel lug nuts upon delivery and periodically thereafter. Lug nuts should be tightened at
250-265 ft./lbs. of torque. Check the tires and inflate to
the recommended pressure. See chart on page 55.
Inspect all adjustments on the spreader to be sure they
are proper and to provide maximum performance. Lubricate the spreader completely if it is required and check
the level of oil in the right rear corner gear box, and the
gear grease in the expeller gear boxes.
This spreader can be operated with 540 or 1000 RPM
PTO. The hitch of the spreader is designed for a standard tractor drawbar. Adjust the drawbar at 13 to 20
inches above the ground. Extend or shorten the drawbar
so horizontal distance from end of tractor PTO shaft to
center of the hitch pin hole is 16 inches. Secure the
drawbar so that the hitch pin hole is located directly below the PTO drive line. See figure 1 for location of standard measurements.
An improperly located hitch point may cause damage to
the universal joints of the PTO drive shaft. Conforming
WARNING: DO NOT OPERATE WITHOUT
ALL SHIELDS, GUARDS AND COVERS INSTALLED.
FAILURE TO HEED MAY RESULT IN SERIOUS PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
Fasten the spreader hitch to the tractor drawbar with a
hitch pin that cannot bounce out. Use a 1-5/16” to 1-3/8”
diameter hitch pin to pull spreader.
Remove the weight from the jack (jack is not to be used
when spreader is loaded). Remove the jack from
square mount tube and move to the transport storage
tube on the left front side of the frame channel. Store in
a horizontal position.
FIGURE 1. TRACTOR DRAWBAR & PTO
SPECIFICATION
Before operation and after hitching the tractor to the
spreader, connect the PTO drive shaft to the tractor.
Slide spring loaded locking collar on PTO yoke rearward,
and slide yoke onto the tractor PTO shaft. Release spring
loaded collar. Be sure pins fall into groove of tractor PTO
shaft and collar snaps forward into locking position.
to the standard 16" drawbar & PTO relationship will ensure that the PTO drive shaft will not become over-extended.
DANGER: DO NOT OPERATE WITHOUT
PTO GUARD ON SPREADER AND ON TRACTOR.
MAINTAIN PTO DRIVE SHAFT GUARD TUBES IN
OPERATING CONDITION. REPLACE THEM IF DAMAGED AND NOT TURNING FREELY. FAILURE TO
HEED MAY RESULT IN SERIOUS PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
CAUTION: DO NOT USE A STEEL HAMMER
TO AID IN JOINING PTO PARTS.
Route hydraulic hoses through the hose support rod
which is mounted to the hitch frame, figure 2. Connect
the hydraulic hoses for the flow control rear gate to the
tractor’s double acting valve hydraulic system. Move the
tractor hydraulic controls to observe proper flow gate
operation. If the controls operate the gate in opposite directions to what you expect, reverse the hydraulic hose
connections at the tractor.
WARNING: INSPECT REGULARLY THAT
ALL CONNECTIONS AND BOLTS ARE TIGHT AND
SECURE BEFORE OPERATING. FAILURE TO HEED
MAY RESULT IN SERIOUS PERSONAL INJURY OR
DEATH.
Model 7200
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WARNING: HYDRAULIC FLUID ESCAPING
UNDER PRESSURE CAN HAVE SUFFICIENT
FORCE TO PENETRATE SKIN. KEEP ALL HOSES
AND CONNECTIONS IN GOOD SERVICEABLE CONDITION. FAILURE TO HEED MAY RESULT IN SERIOUS PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
HOSE
BRACKET
PTO
SHAFT
Before loading spreader, slowly engage the tractor PTO
and operate machine at idle speed for several minutes
to insure the spreader is lubricated and operating properly.
HITCH
TRANSPORTING
TRACTOR TOWING SIZE REQUIREMENTS
Use the following chart for calculating the minimum tractor weight.
MODEL
SPREADER EMPTY
WEIGHT + LOAD = GW
MINIMUM
TRACTOR
WEIGHT UP TO
20 MPH
SV2636
6,100 + _____ = _____
2/3 of spreader
gross weight
SV3245
7,640 + _____ = _____
2/3 of spreader
gross weight
SV3954
8,650 + _____ = _____
2/3 of spreader
gross weight
SI7200
11,445 + _____ = _____
2/3 of spreader
gross weight
SI8500
18,140 + _____ = _____
2/3 of spreader
gross weight
FIGURE 2. SPREADER HOOKUP
SOURCE: ASAE
NOTE: HEAPED LOADS HAVE SIGNIFICANTLY
HIGHER CAPACITIES
Check that the flow control rear gate is completely
closed. It is unlawful to allow slurry to splash or leak onto
public roads.
WARNING: DO NOT TOW AT SPEEDS
GREATER THAN 20 MPH. FAILURE TO HEED MAY
RESULT IN SERIOUS PERSONAL INJURY OR
DEATH.
MATERIAL ESTIMATED WEIGHT PER CUBIC FOOT
MATERIAL
LIME SLUDGE
DRY FEEDLOT MANURE
CHICKEN LITTER
CAKE SLUDGE
SEMI-SOLID MANURE
PEN PACKED MANURE
LIQUID MANURE
Operating speed is dictated by the terrain over which
you are traveling. Always use caution. Avoid traveling
on slopes or hills that are unsafe.
LBS / CU. FT.
110-115 LBS.
63-65 LBS.
63-65 LBS.
62-65 LBS.
58-60 LBS.
30-35 LBS.
63-65 LBS.
WARNING: OBSERVE ALL APPLICABLE
TRAFFIC LAWS WHEN TRANSPORTING ON PUBLIC ROADWAYS. CHECK LOCAL LAWS FOR ALL
HIGHWAY LIGHTING AND MARKING REQUIREMENTS.
MAXIMUM SPREADER LOAD WEIGHTS
Model
2636
3245T
Maximum Gross Weight (Pounds)
12,000 24,000
Total Net Weight (Pounds)
6,100
7,640
Cubic Foot Capacity**
181
227
Capacity in Gallons
1,355
1,694
**Struck capacity, heaped loads have significantly higher capacities
Model 7200
JACK
STORAGE
HUB
JACK
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3954T
32,000
8,650
272
2,033
7200T
43,445
11,445
466
3,492
8500T
56,140
18,140
562
4,200
USE OF SAFETY CHAIN
WARNING: INSTALL A SMV EMBLEM ON
REAR OF SPREADER FOR TRANSPORTING ON
ROADWAYS AND KEEP THIS EMBLEM CLEAN AND
BRIGHT. FAILURE TO HEED MAY RESULT IN SERIOUS PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
CAUTION: A SAFETY CHAIN MUST BE
INSTALLED TO RETAIN THE CONNECTION
BETWEEN TRACTOR (OR OTHER TOWING
VEHICLE) AND SPREADER WHENEVER
TRAVELING ON PUBLIC ROADS IN CASE THE
HITCH CONNECTION WOULD SEPARATE. A
SUGGESTED ATTACHMENT IS ILLUSTRATED ON
FIGURE 3.
If you will travel on public roads and it is legal to do so,
you must know all rules governing such operation. This
will include lighting and brake requirements in addition
to traffic rules. You may also be required to install a
safety chain device on the spreader.
The chain must be strong enough to hold the weight of
the loaded spreader (See table on page 9). If using a
grab hook at the end(s) of the chain to secure the chain
to itself, a hook latch must be installed.
Check for traffic constantly. Be sure you can see that no
one is attempting to pass you and that all traffic is sufficiently clear from you before making any turns.
The length of the safety chain is not to be any longer
than necessary to turn without interference. If any chain
links or attachment hardware are broken or stretched,
repair before using. Store chain so it does not corrode or
become damaged. Do not use this chain for other
implements because the strength and length of the
chain may not be adequate. Identify this chain for use on
this particular spreader. Do not use the intermediate
support as the attaching point.
OPTIONAL TRUCK MOUNT
SPREADERS
Depending on the make and model of the truck it may be
necessary to install a light converter (MEYER PART
#56-0028). Converter will allow signal lights and brake
lights to operate according to DOT lighting standard.
Call factory for more information.
FREEZING WEATHER OPERATION
Allow spreader to completely empty last of manure contents and disengage tractor PTO. Shut off tractor, remove the ignition key and allow all movement to stop
before attempting to clean the spreader.
TOWING MACHINE
ATTACHING POINT
HOOK W/ HOOK
LATCH
INTERMEDIATE SUPPORT
SAFETY CHAIN LOOP.
FIGURE 3. SAFETY CHAIN INSTALLATION
Model 7200
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WARNING: DO NOT CLEAN, ADJUST OR
LUBRICATE WHILE SPREADER IS IN MOTION.
FAILURE TO HEED MAY RESULT IN SERIOUS PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
Scrape clean any remaining manure from inside the rear
of spreader. Clean all manure from ends of augers, flow
control rear gate and spinners.
WARNING: MAKE CERTAIN EVERYONE IS
CLEAR OF THE SPREADER BEFORE APPLYING
POWER. FAILURE TO HEED MAY RESULT IN SERIOUS PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
Slowly engage the PTO. Operate the spreader several
minutes to clean manure scrapings and to allow any remaining manure and the spreader to freeze dry. Hydraulically run the flow control rear gate up and down to
clean gate slide guides. Park spreader with flow control
rear gate approximately halfway open.
Before loading in freezing weather, make sure augers
and spinners are free to rotate, and the flow control rear
gate moves freely up and down.
DANGER: KEEP AWAY AND KEEP
OTHERS CLEAR OF ROTATING SPINNERS AT
REAR OF SPREADER. SERIOUS INJURY OR AMPUTATION COULD RESULT. FAILURE TO HEED
MAY RESULT IN PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
Model 7200
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LOADING
OPERATION
UNLOADING
CAUTION: TO PREVENT DAMAGE TO AUGERS, SPINNERS, AND DRIVE LINES, FOREIGN
OBJECTS (STONES, CONCRETE, TIMBER, METAL
OR LARGE FROZEN CHUNKS OF MANURE)
SHOULD NEVER BE LOADED INTO THE
SPREADER.
WARNING: MAKE CERTAIN EVERYONE IS
CLEAR OF SPREADER BEFORE APPLYING
POWER. FAILURE TO HEED MAY RESULT IN
SERIOUS PERSONAL INJURY OF DEATH.
DANGER: KEEP AWAY AND KEEP OTHERS
CLEAR OF ROTATING SPINNERS AT REAR OF
SPREADER. SERIOUS INJURY OR AMPUTATION
COULD RESULT. FAILURE TO HEED MAY RESULT
IN SERIOUS PERSONAL INJURY OF DEATH.
DANGER: NEVER ENTER THE SPREADER
BOX FOR ANY REASON WITHOUT FIRST DISCONNECTING PTO SHAFT FROM TRACTOR. DO NOT
ALLOW OTHERS IN THE BOX. ROTATING AUGERS
CAN CRUSH AND DISMEMBER. FAILURE TO HEED
MAY RESULT IN SERIOUS PERSONAL INJURY OR
DEATH.
When you are ready to begin spreading application on
the field, open the hydraulic flow control rear gate and
slowly engage the tractor PTO clutch. This can be done
while traveling forward to avoid a heavier application of
liquid manure at the edge of the field than desired.
CAUTION: DO NOT USE JACK EXCEPT
WHEN SPREADER IS EMPTY. JACK WILL NOT
SUPPORT ADDED WEIGHT. UNBALANCED
WEIGHT MAY RESULT IN UNEXPECTED “TIP UP”
OF SPREADER.
For liquid and semi-liquid manure, the application rate
can be controlled by the amount the flow control rear
gate is opened. The gate indicator on the front of the box
will provide a ready reference for the amount of opening.
For solid manure (dry, pen-packed or manure
containing long straw or hay) the flow control rear gate
MUST be completely open since this material is not free
flowing.
Before loading, especially in freezing weather, make
sure the augers and spinners are free to rotate and the
flow control rear gate moves freely up and down.
Check and be sure that the flow control rear gate is
completely closed before loading.
When the spreader is parked for loading, shift the tractor
to neutral or park and set the brakes. The moisture content of the manure will determine how full the spreader
can be loaded so that no manure spills out.
You will probably be able to load solid manure at least
level with the top of the box while semi-liquid and liquid
manure will have to be less than full in the spreader box.
It is unlawful to allow manure to splash or leak onto public roads.
FIGURE 4. FLOW CONTROL GATE
INDICATOR
A liquid manure kit is available for installation around the
top of the box on your spreader which will aid in the containment of liquids.
VERY IMPORTANT: THIS MACHINE IS NOT
INTENDED TO BE A BALE GRINDER, HAY
CHOPPER OR BEDDING MACHINE. LONG HAY OR
STRAW MUST CONTAIN MANURE IN ORDER TO BE
SPREAD. FAILURE TO COMPLY MAY DAMAGE THE
DRIVETRAIN AND VOID THE WARRANTY.
Model 7200
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The rear spinners have been designed and tested to
provide the best spread pattern for most liquids and
semi solid manure. However, the pattern will vary for
each specific condition. The factors that contribute most
to differing patterns will be moisture content and the
amount and length of bedding material. For most typical
conditions, the spread pattern should be uniform and
about 15 ft. wide. When this is the case, plan your
spreading patterns so you do not have to travel over previously spread manure which will be slippery, resulting
in poor traction. Traction on wet grass is also poor.
When the resulting pattern may require that you overlap during spreading, use precautions on slopes and
hills where you could experience a loss of traction by
traveling over ground with previously spread manure.
SHEAR SPROCKET INSTRUCTIONS
The Meyer Spreader you have received has been
equipped with a shear sprocket design on the main auger drive sprockets. The augers are being driven by two
allen head grade 8 bolts. The design is such that if the
bolts are sheared another set of holes to install new
shear bolts will always be accessible without turning
over the machine.
DANGER: AT NO TIME SHOULD INSTALLATION BE DONE WITH ANYONE ON THE TRACTOR.
SHUT THE TRACTOR OFF, REMOVE THE KEY AND
DISCONNECT THE DRIVE LINE BEFORE DOING
ANY SERVICE ON THIS MACHINE. SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH MAY OCCUR IF SAFETY IS NOT
FOLLOWED.
NOTE: Further control of the application rate is possible
by the relationship of tractor engine speed to ground
speed (transmission gear selection). For optimum, trouble-free performance it is recommended to operate at or
near engine PTO speed.
The plate sprocket is set up with the initial drive bolts
being 1/2” diameter. An extra set of holes for 7/16”, 9/16”
and 5/8” (dependent on age of sprocket) drive bolts are
located on the sprocket if needed. If the 1/2” bolts shear,
replace with the same 1/2” diameter bolts after
obstruction is removed. DO NOT JUMP UP TO THE
NEXT SIZE BOLT. Install the new bolts in the proper
way as to drive off of the head of the bolt, not the nut.
When the spreader is empty, idle the tractor and stop
the PTO. Close the flow control rear gate.
WARNING: NEVER OPERATE PTO ABOVE
ITS NORMAL 540 or 1000 RPM RATING. TRACTOR’S PTO MUST MATCH IMPLEMENT PTO.
If a second shear has happened without obstruction in
the auger, install the next larger size shear bolt. As the
shear bolt size is increased the protection on the machine is going to decrease. The potential for equipment
damage is greater. Order replacement bolts and nuts
from the chart below. Sizes vary depending on sprocket.
Match to holes in sprocket.
NOTE: Failure to idle the tractor before disengaging the
PTO will cause roller chain over-running and damage to
the chain tighteners.
NOTE: Maximum life of the PTO shaft universal joints
will result if you stop the PTO while making turns at the
end of the field.
CAUTION: DO NOT EXCEED THE MAXI-
MUM 80° TURNING ANGLE ON THE CONSTANT VELOCITY PTO DRIVELINE. EXCEEDING THE
TURNING ANGLE WILL DAMAGE THE CONSTANT
VELOCITY “CENTER HOUSING” AND WILL EXERT
EXCESSIVE PRESSURES ON THE PTO INPUT
CENTER SHAFT AND RELATED BEARINGS.
Model 7200
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Part #
831-4420-1.75
884-4420
831-5020-1.75
884-5020
831-5618-1.75
884-5618
831-6318-1.75
884-6318
Description
7/16-20x1-3/4” Allen Head Cap Bolt
7/16-20 Top Locknut Grade 8
½-20x1-3/4” Allen Head Cap Bolt
½-20 Top Locknut Grade 8
9/16-20x1-3/4” Allen Head Cap Bolt
9/16-20 Top Locknut Grade 8
5/8-18x1-3/4” Allen Head Cap Bolt
5/8-18 Top Locknut Grade 8
910-0100
140B35 Shear Sprocket Assembly
Complete
STORAGE AFTER USE
WARNING: DISCONNECT PTO DRIVE
SHAFT AND HYDRAULIC HOSES BEFORE
CLEANING, ADJUSTING, OR SERVICING THIS MACHINE. FAILURE TO HEED MAY RESULT IN SERIOUS PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
Before storing this spreader for an extended period of
time perform the following:
Allow the spreader to completely clean out the last load.
Thoroughly hose off all manure from the outside of the
spreader and the inside of the box, particularly getting
the flow control rear gate mechanism clean. The wash
water can be drained into your manure storage pit, or if
the gate is left closed, the water can be spread on the
field. After cleaning, completely lubricate the entire
spreader to exclude moisture from bearings and to prevent condensation from forming during storage. See
“Lubrication” pages 20 and 21.
Oil the roller chains by running the spreader at idle
speed while opening the rear gate to activate the automatic oiler system. It is also a good time to inspect all adjustments and check for parts that need repair or
replacement. Performing these tasks now will guarantee that the spreader is ready for use at the beginning of
the next season.
Model 7200
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PTO DRIVELINE
WARNING:
BEFORE ATTEMPTING TO
OPERATE THIS SPREADER, READ AND STUDY
ALL SAFETY INFORMATION. IN ADDITION, MAKE
SURE THAT EVERY INDIVIDUAL WHO OPERATES
OR WORKS WITH THE SPREADER, WHETHER
FAMILY MEMBER OR EMPLOYEE, IS FAMILIAR
WITH THESE SAFETY PRECAUTIONS.
DRIVELINE ATTACHMENT
The cutout clutch end of the PTO driveline must always
be attached to the implement. The PTO driveline is
equipped with a 1 3/8-6 spline on the implement half for
attaching to the spreader. Remove the M17-hexagon
bolt from the splined hub and slide the PTO onto the implement splined input shaft. Install the hexagon bolt
through the hub being sure the bolt is falling into the
groove on the splined shaft. Torque tight using a metric
size M17 6-point socket and torque down to 75 ft. lbs. A
M17 6-POINT METRIC SOCKET MUST BE USED AS
ROUNDING OF HEXAGON BOLT AND INACCURACY OF TORQUE SETTINGS COULD OCCUR.
WARNING: DISCONNECT PTO DRIVE SHAFT
AND HYDRAULIC HOSES (RELIEVE HYDRAULIC
PRESSURE) BEFORE CLEANING, ADJUSTING,
LUBRICATING OR SERVICING THIS SPREADER.
FAILURE TO HEED MAY RESULT IN SERIOUS
PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
If removal of the M-17 hexagon bolt is necessary, use
the same M-17 6-point socket and loosen bolt one turn.
Insert a ¼” drift punch in the hole on the opposite side of
the hexagon bolt and tap to loosen the seated portion of
the bolt from the splined hub. After bolt seat has been
released, remove the bolt. If bolt is not unseated, damage to the hexagon bolt will occur.
The Meyer 7200 Industrial Series Spreader is equipped
with a cutout type clutch on the implement half of the
PTO driveline. The clutch is designed to limit the
amount of torque transferred to the machine through the
driveline. If excessive torque is developed the clutch will
disengage. A loud ratcheting sound will be heard and
the transfer of power to the machine will be disrupted.
To reengage the machine simply shut down the PTO
and allow the driveline to come to a stop. The PTO can
then be reengaged to restart the spreader. The cutout
clutch will either reengage upon shut down of the PTO
or just before it comes to a complete stop.
Attach the shield safety chain to a suitable area on the
spreader, preferably to the implement PTO steel shield.
The cutout clutch will disengage if start up is done in an
abrupt or reckless manner. It also will disengage from
foreign materials entering the spinner area of the
spreader. It may also be possible to disengage the
clutch by overloading or flooding the spinners with free
flowing or liquid manure. If PTO clutch fails to reengage
it will be necessary to remove the foreign object from the
spreader before restarting. THERE IS NO FIELD
ADJUSTMENT ON THE CUTOUT CLUTCH.
FIGURE 5. PTO DRIVELINE
PTO SETUP
DANGER: NEVER ENTER THE SPREADER
BOX FOR ANY REASON WITHOUT FIRST
STOPPING THE TRACTOR, SHUTTING THE
TRACTOR OFF AND REMOVING THE KEY,
SETTING
THE
PARKING
BRAKE
AND
DISCONNECTING THE PTO DRIVELINE FROM THE
TRACTOR. DO NOT ALLOW OTHERS IN THE BOX.
ROTATING
AUGERS
CAN
CRUSH
AND
DISMEMBER. FAILURE TO HEED MAY RESULT IN
SERIOUS PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
Model 7200
DANGER: NEVER ATTEMPT TO PERFORM
ANY WORK ON THIS MACHINE FOR ANY REASON
WITHOUT FIRST STOPPING THE TRACTOR,
SHUTTING THE TRACTOR OFF AND REMOVING
THE KEY, SETTING THE PARKING BRAKE AND
DISCONNECTING THE PTO DRIVELINE FROM THE
TRACTOR AND DISCONNECTING THE HYDRAULIC
HOSES AND RELIEVING HYDRAULIC PRESSURE.
FAILURE TO HEED MAY RESULT IN SERIOUS PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
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Adjust the drawbar at 16-20” above the ground. Extend
or shorten the drawbar so horizontal distance from end
of tractor PTO shaft to center of hitch pin hole is 16” for
1000 RPM 1-3/8-21 spline, (14” for 540 RPM 1-3/8-6
spline) (20” for 1000 RPM 1-3/4-20 spline). Secure the
drawbar so the hitch pin hole is located directly below
the PTO driveline. PTO adapters are not recommended
as damage to the driveline may occur. A hitch pin with a
minimum diameter of 1-5/16” and bottom retaining pin is
recommended.
3. Telescoping members (Key #3)-Add
grease until it adequately covers the
sliding members. Take apart
occasionally to make sure adequate
lubrication is being added.
4. Shield bearings (Key #4)-Add 2-3 pumps.
FAILURE TO FREQUENTLY GREASE THE CV
CENTER HOUSING AND TELESCOPING MEMBERS
WILL REDUCE THE LIFE OF THE CV.
AN IMPROPERLY LOCATED HITCH POINT MAY
CAUSE DAMAGE TO THE UNIVERSAL JOINTS OF
THE PTO DRIVE SHAFT. CONFORMING TO THE
STANDARD 16” DRAWBAR (1000 RPM) AND PTO
RELATIONSHIP WILL ENSURE THAT THE PTO
DRIVESHAFT WILL NOT BECOME OVER EXTENDED. WITH INITIAL HOOK-UP TO YOUR NEW
MEYER SPREADER TEST PTO TRAVEL BY
TURNING EQUIPMENT IN BOTH DIRECTIONS OBSERVING THE MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM TRAVEL
DIMENSIONS AS SHOWN PER DRAWING ON FIGURE 6.
FIGURE 6. PTO DRIVELINE
LUBRICATION
MAINTENANCE INFORMATION
It is extremely important to follow the maintenance
guidelines. If telescoping members become hard to
slide during normal operation, it is recommended the
shaft be taken apart, cleaned with solvent and recoated
with grease before re-assembling. As a minimum it is
important this be done after each season of use.
LUBRICATION
A high quality Lithium Base Grease should be used
PRIOR TO USE
A. Using the CV Zerk (Key #2) place 20 pumps of
grease into the CV center housing. This should
be done with the driveline / CV as straight as
possible.
B. Slowly articulate the double joint through its
maximum joint angle several times.
C. Return the CV joint to its straight position and
insert additional grease into the CV Zerk (Key
#2) until grease is evident around the housing
and center sliding disk.
NORMAL OPERATION
A. Lubricate the following items after every eight
(8) hours of operation. If short rows and
frequent turning or other demanding conditions
exist, lubricate at four (4) hour intervals.
1. Cross and bearings (Key #1)-Add grease
until it is purged around the seals
2. CV center housing (Key #2)-Add grease
until it is evident around the center sliding
disk.
Model 7200
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ADJUSTMENTS
WARNING: DISCONNECT PTO DRIVE SHAFT AND HYDRAULIC HOSES (RELIEVE HYDRAULIC
PRESSURE) BEFORE CLEANING, ADJUSTING, LUBRICATING OR SERVICING THIS SPREADER. FAILURE
TO HEED MAY RESULT IN SERIOUS PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
FRONT DRIVE ROLLER CHAINS
There are six roller chain drives located at the front of the spreader. Regularly check that all tensioning springs are in
serviceable condition for automatic roller chain tightening. Manually adjust spring tensioners (as needed) by turning
double locknuts on all tensioning bolt/idler assemblies. Proper roller chain tension is when 1/4" to ½" deflection
occurs on the slack side of the chain. Regularly re-check all roller chain tensions. Keep all roller chains tight at all
times! For clarity purposes, the following illustrations detail each roller chain reduction separately.
NOTE: The side bars of the roller chains will wear into the idler nylon rollers up to the rollers of the roller chain forming
grooves. These grooves will serve as a guide when the roller chain loosens due to normal use. From this point on,
after tightening, the idler nylon rollers should run for hundreds of hours without any noticeable wear.
RH TOP
SPROCKET
IDLER NYLON
PTO
INPUT
The first chain drive (PTO input shaft to the large RH top
sprocket, figure 7) is automatically tensioned by a spring
loaded idler nylon roller. The extension spring should
extend 2” from its neutral 5” total length.
ROLLER
CHAIN
Manual adjustment for the automatic tensioning idler,
nylon roller assembly is located at the left rear of the
spreader’s front bearing mounting plate.
SPRING LOADED
ADJUSTER
FIGURE 7. FIRST CHAIN DRIVE
LH TOP SPROCKET
The second chain drive (large RH top sprocket to the
large LH top sprocket, figure 8) is automatically
tensioned by a spring loaded idler nylon roller. The
extension spring should extend 2“ from its neutral 5"
total length.
ROLLER CHAIN
IDLER NYLON
ROLLER
Manual adjustment for the automatic tensioning idler,
nylon roller assembly is located at the left rear of the
spreader’s front bearing mounting plate.
SPRING LOADED
ADJUSTER
FIGURE 8. SECOND CHAIN DRIVE
Model 7200
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IDLER NYLON
ROLLER
ROLLER CHAIN
The third chain drive is automatically tensioned by a
spring-loaded nylon idler roller. The extension spring
should extend 3/4” from its neutral 4” total length. See
figure 9.
Manual adjustment for the automatic tensioning idler,
nylon roller assembly is located on the extended arm of
the mount channel assembly.
TENSIONER
ARM
FIGURE 9 . THIRD CHAIN DRIVE
IDLER NYLON
ROLLER
The RH auger chain drive, figure 10, is automatically
tensioned by a spring loaded idler nylon roller. The
extension spring should extend 3/4" from its neutral 4"
total length.
SPRING LOADED
ADJUSTER
Manual adjustment for the automatic tensioning idler,
nylon roller assembly is located at the right front lower
corner of the spreader tank.
ROLLER
CHAIN
RH AUGER
SPROCKET
FIGURE 10. RH AUGER CHAIN DRIVE
IDLER SPROCKET
ADJUSTER BOLT
THIRDAUGERDRIVE
SPROCKET
ROLLER
CHAIN
The LH and third auger chain drive is automatically
tensioned by a spring loaded heavy compression
spring and sliding idler sprocket assembly, figure 11.
The heavy compression spring should be compressed
to 3-1/2" to 4" in length.
COMPRESSION
SPRING
IDLER
SPROCKET
Manual adjuster bolt for the automatic tensioning idler
assembly is located at the right front upper corner of the
spreader tank.
LH AUGER
SPROCKET
FIGURE 11. LH & THIRD AUGER CHAIN
DRIVE
Model 7200
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The side shaft chain drive (PTO input shaft to the side
line shaft drive sprocket, figure 12) is automatically
tensioned by a spring loaded idler nylon roller. The
extension spring should extend 2" from its neutral 5"
total length.
Manual adjustment for the automatic tensioning idler,
nylon roller assembly is located at the right rear of the
spreader’s front bearing mounting plate.
1/4”-1/2”
SIDE LINE SHAFT
DRIVE SPROCKET
IDLER NYLON
ROLLER
SPRING LOADED
ADJUSTER
FIGURE 13. MATERIAL GUIDE
CLEARANCE
which the spreader would turn to check clearance. Do
not turn in the opposite direction as front chain tightener
damage could occur.
SHEAR ARM MATERIAL GUIDE
ADJUSTMENT
PTO INPUT
Adjustment for the1/4-1/2” clearance of each material
guide to spinner tooth is made by loosening the jam nut
on the linkage arm and turning the linkage arm to either
move the guide in closer or out farther from the spinner
teeth. After adjustment has been made for the 1/4-1/2”
clearance retighten the jam nut to hold the material
guide in place. Once recommended clearance is obtained turn spinners over by hand in the direction by
which the spreader would turn to check clearance. Do
not turn in the opposite direction as front chain tightener
damage could occur. If foreign objects enter the spinner
area the front pivot bolt on the shear arm is designed to
shear. The extension spring will pull the material guide
away from the spinner until the shear bolt is replaced.
The ½-13x3” grade 5 replacement machine bolts are
stored on the left side plate for the gearbox mount
channel. For replacement install with ½” flat washer on
top of shear eye and on bottom of block and tighten nylon locknut firmly.
FIGURE 12. SIDE SHAFT CHAIN DRIVE
SPINNER MATERIAL GUIDES
Regularly inspect and adjust two spinner material
guides located at both the left rear and right rear of the
spreader. Create a 1/4-1/2” clearance between material
guides and spinner teeth, figure 13. Maintain the recommended clearances for maximum spreading pattern.
Adjust to prevent excessive manure build-up on material guide inner surfaces. Adjust to prevent manure
chunks or foreign object lodging between material
guides and spinner teeth.
NOTE: Excessive lodging can cause premature spinner
tooth wear, “bent-over” or even breakage.
SPRING LOADED MATERIAL GUIDE
ADJUSTMENT
Adjustments for the 1/4-1/2” clearance of each material
guide to spinner tooth is made by tightening or loosening the 1” nut on the material guide spring linkage shaft
assembly. Tighten nut to increase clearance and loosen
nut to decrease clearance between the material guides
and spinner teeth. Once recommended clearance is obtained turn spinners over by hand in the direction by
Model 7200
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LUBRICATION
WARNING: DISCONNECT PTO DRIVE SHAFT AND HYDRAULIC HOSES (RELIEVE HYDRAULIC
PRESSURE) BEFORE CLEANING, ADJUSTING, LUBRICATING OR SERVICING THIS SPREADER. FAILURE TO
HEED MAY RESULT IN SERIOUS PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
DAILY LUBRICATION (every 8-12 loads)
WEEKLY LUBRICATION (every 25-30 loads)
L6
L1
Grease (3) PTO input shaft bearings. These
bearings are grease line fitted to the RF frame channel
and the front bearing channel of the spreader.
Grease (2) rear spinner lower bearings. These
bearings are grease line fitted to the LR frame channel
of the spreader.
L7
L2
Grease (5) bearings on the RH side line shaft. The
front bearing is zerk accessible through the RF steel
shielding. The remaining rear bearings are located
along the RH side of the spreader tank, zerks accessible
through the steel shielding.
Oil (6) roller chain drives with automatic oiler at the
front of spreader with clean 30 weight oil. The roller
chains are accessible by opening the front steel shielding cover.
L3
Grease PTO Drive line (9) places with Lithium
grease every 8 hours.
L4
L8
Grease (6) tandem wing pivots. Effectively grease
by jacking up the spreader to relieve pressure points on
the pivot shaft and tandem wing collar. Over greasing is
not possible.
Grease (7) bearings supporting the three large
IMPORTANT: GREASE 2 FITTINGS DAILY
L9
Grease (1) flow control arm pivot point.
L10 Grease (2) flow control rear gate slide guides. With
the flow control rear gate opened, grease the slide
guides from top side. Allow grease to lubricate flow
control rear gate ends and slide guide surfaces. In
freezing weather dump used motor oil down each slide
guide once a week or more often if needed. Over
greasing is not possible.
jack shaft reduction sprocket weldments, and the third
auger drive shaft on the front drive. The zerks are accessible by the right front side grease bank and through the
access holes in front plate. Be careful not to over
grease.
L11 Grease (1) integral overrunning clutch at rear of
the PTO drive line. The zerk is on the yoke of the cut out
clutch. Use Shell Super Duty or an equivalent lithium
grease.
L5
Grease (2) auger shaft bearings. These bearings
are grease line fitted to the LF and RF frame channels of
the spreader. Over greasing is not possible.
IMPORTANT: Check regularly for any observable lubricant leakage of the (3) gearboxes at the rear of the
spreader. See L12 & L14 under Monthly Lubrication
Model 7200
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MONTHLY LUBRICATION
L12 Maintain oil level in the corner gearbox at the
centerline of the input shafts. Check regularly for any
observable oil leakage. If oil leakage is excessive,
replace required input/output shaft oil seals. Use
ONLY EP #80-90 wt. gear lube oil or an equivalent in
corner box, only Lighter weight gear lube oil may be
used in temperatures lower than 20°F. Change oil in
the gearboxes after the first season of use and
regularly thereafter.
ON CORNER OF
FRAME
L13 Grease (1) brass bushing supporting the rear
shaft of the 3rd auger assembly. This zerk is located
on the left rear corner of the tank above the inner
cross brace.
L14 Maintain
the lube level in the (2) spinner
gearboxes at 3/4 full. Check regularly for any
observable leakage. If leakage is excessive, replace
required input/output shaft seals. Lubricate with
Semi-Fluid, EP Lithium Base, Gear Grease.
L15 Clean
and repack the wheel hubs with axle
grease annually. Grease hub through zerk in hub
monthly. Be careful not to over grease and force seal
out of back side of hub.
L16 Oil slides on front idler tightener assembly.
L17 Grease (4) material guide pin sleeves.
located on each side of the spreader.
ON CORNER
OF FRAME
(2)
L18 Grease (2) T-post hold down sleeve zerks lo-
cated above the cross channel on the underside of
the spreader. A zerk is located on the front and one
on the rear of the sleeve.
(SHIELDS REMOVED FOR ILLUSTRATIVE
PURPOSES ONLY.)
Model 7200
-21-
REPAIR PARTS
918-0208 PTO DRIVE SHAFT ASSEMBLY
1000 RPM-21 SPLINE / 1-3/8” YOKE WWE2480 (80 DEGREE C.V.)
Model 7200
-22-
918-0208 PTO DRIVE SHAFT ASSEMBLY
1000 RPM-21 SPLINE / 1-3/8” YOKE WWE2480 (80 DEGREE C.V.)
KEY
1
MEYER PART
NO.
918-0208-1-1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
918-0208-1-2
918-0208-1-3
918-0208-1-4
918-0208-1-5
918-0208-1-6
918-0208-2-1
918-0208-1-14
918-0208-2-2
10
918-0208-2-3-1
11
12
13
14
15
16
918-0208-2-3
918-0208-2-4
918-0208-2-5
918-0208-1-7
918-0208-1-8
918-0208-1-9
KEY
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
NS
MEYER PART
NO.
918-0208-2-3-2
918-0208-2-3-3
918-0208-2-3-4
918-0208-2-3-5
918-0208-2-3-6
918-0208-2-3-7
918-0208-2-3-1
918-0208-2-3-8
918-0208-2-3-9
Model 7200
DESCRIPTION
KEY
Yoke 1-3/8"-21 Splined Assembly
Grease Zerk in item 3
Double Yoke
Inboard Yoke
Cross and Bearing Kit
Spring Pin 10 x 80
Cross and Bearing Kit
Profile and Sleeve Wa
Overrunning Clutch &
1bGA Profile Assy.
Clamping Cone Bolt (Included in Item 11)
Cut Out Clutch
Bearing Ring SC25
Outer Shield Tube OVL
Inner shield Tube Round
CV Cone & Bearing Assy.
Shield Cone 3 Rib
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
MEYER PART
NO.
918-0208-2-6
918-0208-2-7
918-0208-2-8
918-0208-1-10
918-0208-2-9
918-0208-1-11
918-0208-1-12
918-0208-1-13
918-0208-2-10
918-0208-1
27
918-0208-2
28
918-0208-1-1-1
DESCRIPTION
Housing
Hub
Spring Pack
Washer
Retaining Ring
Sealing Ring
Clamp Cone Assembly
Cam
Bushing - In Item #2
-23-
DESCRIPTION
Shield Cone 8 Rib
Safety Chain
Decal Out-In Item 13
Decal In-In Item 8
Screw-In Item 15,16 & 17
Support Bearing
Zerk-In Item 8
Cross and Bearing Kit
Decal-K64
1-3/8-21 Spline Tractor
Half Assembly
1000 RPM Cutout Clutch
Implement Half Assembly
AS-Lock Kit For Item 1
(Inc. Ring, Collar & Balls)
918-0210 PTO DRIVE SHAFT ASSEMBLY
1000 RPM-20 SPLINE / 1-3/4” YOKE WWE2480 (80 DEGREE C.V.)
Model 7200
-24-
918-0210 PTO DRIVE SHAFT ASSEMBLY
1000 RPM-20 SPLINE / 1-3/4” YOKE WWE2480 (80 DEGREE C.V.)
KEY
1
PART NO.
918-0210-1-1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
918-0208-1-2
918-0208-1-3
918-0208-1-4
918-0208-1-5
918-0208-1-6
918-0208-2-1
918-0208-1-14
918-0208-2-2
10
918-0208-2-3-1
11
12
13
14
15
16
918-0208-2-3
918-0208-2-4
918-0208-2-5
918-0208-1-7
918-0208-1-8
918-0208-1-9
KEY
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
NS
PART NO.
918-0208-2-3-2
918-0208-2-3-3
918-0208-2-3-4
918-0208-2-3-5
918-0208-2-3-6
918-0208-2-3-7
918-0208-2-3-1
918-0208-2-3-8
918-0208-2-3-9
Model 7200
DESCRIPTION
Yoke 1-3/4"-20 Splined
Assembly
Grease Zerk in item 3
Double Yoke
Inboard Yoke
Cross and Bearing Kit
Spring Pin 10 x 80
Cross and Bearing Kit
Profile and Sleeve Wa
Overrunning Clutch &
1bGA Profile Assy.
Clamping Cone Bolt (Included in Item 11)
Cut Out Clutch
Bearing Ring SC25
Outer Shield Tube OVL
Inner shield Tube Round
CV Cone & Bearing Assy.
Shield Cone 3 Rib
KEY
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
PART NO.
918-0208-2-6
918-0208-2-7
918-0208-2-8
918-0208-1-10
918-0208-2-9
918-0208-1-11
918-0208-1-12
918-0208-1-13
918-0208-2-10
918-0210-1
27
918-0208-2
28
918-0210-1-1-1
DESCRIPTION
Housing
Hub
Spring Pack
Washer
Retaining Ring
Sealing Ring
Clamp Cone Assembly
Cam
Bushing - In Item #2
-25-
DESCRIPTION
Shield Cone 8 Rib
Safety Chain
Decal Out-In Item 13
Decal In-In Item 8
Screw-In Item 15,16 & 17
Support Bearing
Zerk-In Item 8
Cross and Bearing Kit
Decal-K64
1-3/4-20 Spline Tractor Half
Assembly
1000 RPM Cutout Clutch Implement Half Assembly
AS-Lock Kit For Item 1 (Inc.
Ring, Collar & Balls)
AUGER DRIVE THIRD REDUCTION
KEY
1
2
3
PART NO.
925-3703
914-3808
910-0080
4
5
6
7
7A
7B
8
851-7510-3Z
911-0063
805-0075-Z
912-0013
912-0013-1
912-0013-2
925-3895-1
9
925-3894-1
Model 7200
DESCRIPTION
Front Bearing Plate Assy.
2-1/4" Bearing 4-Bolt
Sprocket Weldment 2-1/2"
Shaft, #80/120
3/4-10 x 3" Machine Bolt
#120-43 Pitch Chain
3/4" Flat Washer Zinc
2" Nylon Roller Complete
2" Nylon Roller Only
Inner Sleeve
#120 Chain Tightener
Weldment
#120 Chain Tightener
Mount Weldment
-26-
KEY
10
11
12
13
14
15
PART NO.
925-3822-6
952-0001-3
952-0001-4
952-0001-6
952-0001-1-25
910-0081
16
933-3804
17
18
929-3601
14-0031
DESCRIPTION
2-Chain Link For Tightener
Oil Brush Holder
Oil Brush Holder
Oil Brush Holder
Oiler Brush Assembly
Sprocket Weldment 2-1/2",
#120/140
Eyebolt, 5/16 x 5" / 4"
Thread Length
Extension Spring
2"-4 Bolt Bearing
This Page Intentionally Blank
Model 7200
-27-
FRONT SHIELD & SIDE SHAFT DRIVE
Model 7200
-28-
FRONT SHIELD & SIDE SHAFT DRIVE
KEY
1
1A
1B
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
10A
11
12
13
14
15
15A
15B
16
17
18
19
20
21
PART NO.
925-3703
DESCRIPTION
Front Bearing Plate Assembly
32-0018-1
Heavy Duty Latch
32-0018-2
Keeper Latch
925-3706
Right Hand Front Support
924-3701
Right Front Shield Assembly
924-3702
Front Top Cover W/Hinges
& Latches
952-0001-3
Oil Brush Holder
925-3841
Outer Spring Tightener
Guide
29-0009
Compression Spring
925-3719
#140 Tightener Bracket Assembly
808-.75-1.25-14 3/4"ID x 1-1/4"OD Machine
Bushing 14 Ga.
912-0008
#140 Reverse Idler Assembly W/Bearings
910-0006-1
Bearing 3/4" ID x 2" OD
(2-Required)
925-3719-4
3/4-10 x 3-1/2" Machine
Bolt Lathed
925-3718
Side Shaft Tightener Arm
924-3702-3
Gas Shock Spacer/Hinge
Sleeve
933-3621
3/4-10 Jam Nut
912-0013
2" Nylon Roller Complete
912-0013-1
2" Nylon Roller Only
912-0013-2
Inner Sleeve
910-0015
80B18 Sprocket 1-1/2"
Bore, 3/8" Keyway
925-3705
Right Hand Top Side Support
851-7510-3.5Z 3/4-10 x 3-1/2" Machine
Bolt Zinc
805-0075-Z
3/4" Flat Washer Zinc
911-0039
#80-107 Pitch Chain
923-3705
1-1/2" Front Side Shaft
Model 7200
KEY
22
PART NO.
35-0010
23
925-3732
24
925-3731
25
808-150-300-10
26
910-0036
27
901-3701-36
28
29
952-0001-1-25
925-3704
30
31
929-0003
925-3822-6
32
933-3804
33
34
813-3118-Z
952-0001-1-18
35
955-3703
36
925-3734
37
851-2520-2Z
38
815-2520-Z
39
33-0042
-29-
DESCRIPTION
3/8 x 3/8 x 1-1/2" Square
Key
#140 Chain Tightener Bolt
Assembly
#140 Chain Tightener Adjustment Angle
10 Ga. X 1.5 I.D. x 3 O.D.
Machine Bushing
80B24 Sprocket 1-1/2"
Bore, 3/8" Keyway
#140 Chain Tightener Slide
Weldment
Oiler Brush Assembly
Left Hand Side Support
Plate
Extension Spring
2-Chain Link for Tightener
(Prior To SN SI067200252)
Eyebolt, 5/16 x 5” / 4”
Thread Length
5/16” Regular Nut
Oil Reservoir Two Quart
Tank
Front Cover Gas Lift Assist
Spring
Cover Spring Mount
Bracket
1/4-20 x 2” Grade 5 Shear
Bolt
1/4-20 Nylon Insert
Locknut
Manual Holder w/ Caps
AUGER DRIVE FIRST REDUCTION
UNITS WITH SHEAR SPROCKET ASSEMBLY.
SEE FOLLOWING PAGE FOR SN’S.
Model 7200
-30-
AUGER DRIVE FIRST REDUCTION
KEY
1
2
PART NO.
14-0031
851-2520-2Z
3
910-0058
4
815-2520-Z
5
910-0054
910-0066
5A
913-3602-2
6
808-2-3-14
7
8
933-3702
925-3717-3
9
808-.75-1.25-14
10
912-0012
10A
10B
11
912-0012-1
912-0012-2
925-3717
925-3739
12
13
38-0013
911-0060
911-0061
14
15
929-0003
925-3822-6
16
933-3804
17
18
813-3118-Z
914-3602
Model 7200
KEY
19
DESCRIPTION
2" Bearing 4-Bolt
1/4-20 x 2" Grade 5
Shear Bolt
2" Shear Sprocket
Weldment
1/4-20 Nylon Insert
Locknut
Shear Sprocket Assembly
(1000 RPM)
Shear Sprocket Assembly
(540 RPM)
2" I.D. x 2-1/4" O.D. x 2"
Bronze Bushing
2" I.D. x 3" O.D. x 14 Ga.
Machine Bushing
2" Retaining Ring
3/4-10 x 2" Machine Bolt Special
3/4" I.D. x 1-1/4" O.D. x
14 Ga. Machine Bushing
1-3/8" Nylon Roller Complete
1-3/8" Nylon Roller Only
Inner Sleeve
Tightener Arm Assembly
(1000 RPM)
Tightener Arm Assembly
(540 RPM)
5/16 x 1-3/4" Roll Pin
#80-93 Pitch Chain (1000
RPM)
#80-79 Pitch Chain (540
RPM)
Extension Spring
2-Chain Link For Tightener(Prior To SN
SI067200252)
Eyebolt, 5/16 x 5" / 4"
Thread Length
5/16" Regular Nut
1-1/2" Bearing, 4-Bolt
PART NO.
910-0039
910-0015
910-0077
910-0036
20
21
925-3601
931-3810
22
901-3750-71
23
933-3625
24
933-3627
25
923-3711
26
35-0010
27
933-3634
28
901-3750-72
29
30-0006
30
31
32
30-0009
30-0016
910-0090
910-0091
-31-
DESCRIPTION
80B22 Sprocket 1-1/2"
Bore, 3/8" Keyway-10
RPM Auger Speed
80B18 Sprocket 1-1/2"
Bore, 3/8" Keyway-8 RPM
Auger Speed
80B28 Sprocket 1-1/2"
Bore, 3/8" Keyway-13
RPM Auger Speed (Standard)
80B24 Sprocket 1-1/2"
Bore, 3/8" Keyway-11
RPM Auger Speed
Front Bearing Plate
CV/OR PTO Shield Assembly
Rear Bearing Back Mount
Plate
Copper Tube Grease Line
55" (Includes zerks, fittings)
Copper Tube Grease Line
12" (Includes zerks, fittings)
1-1/2" Input Drive Shaft /
Splined
3/8 x 3/8 x 1-1/2"" Square
Key
Copper Tube Grease Line
38" (Includes zerks, fittings)
Rear Bearing End Plate
Assembly
1/8" NPT x 90 Degree
Zerk
1/8" NPT Coupler
1/8" NPT Close Nipple
Reduction Sprocket
Weldment-Nonshear For
1000 RPM
(Serial #SI067200201 &
Later)
Reduction Sprocket
Weldment-Nonshear For
540 RPM
(Serial #SI067200201 &
Later)
AUGER DRIVE SECOND REDUCTION
UNITS WITH SHEAR SPROCKET ASSEMBLY.
SEE FOLLOWING PAGE FOR SN’S.
Model 7200
-32-
AUGER DRIVE SECOND REDUCTION
KEY
1
2
3
4
5
5A
6
7
8
9
10
11
11A
11B
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
PART NO.
14-0031
851-2520-2Z
910-0058
815-2520-Z
910-0054
910-0066
913-3602-2
808-2-3-14
933-3702
851-7510-3Z
808-.75-1.25-14
911-0041
912-0013
912-0013-1
912-0013-2
925-3720
929-0003
925-3822-6
813-3118-Z
933-3804
910-0080
30-0009
30-0016
30-0006
933-3643
933-3632
933-3640
910-0090
910-0091
Model 7200
DESCRIPTION
2" Bearing 4-Bolt
1/4-20 x 2" Grade 5 Shear Bolt
2" Shear Sprocket Weldment
1/4-20 Nylon Insert Locknut
Shear Sprocket Assembly (1000 RPM)
Shear Sprocket Assembly (540 RPM)
2" I.D. x 2-1/4" O.D. x 2" Bronze Bushing
2" I.D. x 3" O.D. x 14 Ga. Machine Bushing
2" Retaining Ring
3/4-10 x 3" Machine Bolt Zinc
3/4"ID x 1-1/4"OD Machine Bushing 14 Ga.
#80-91 Pitch Chain
2" Nylon Roller Complete
2" Nylon Roller Only
Inner Sleeve
Second Reduction Tightener Arm Assembly
Extension Spring
2-Chain Link For Tightener (Prior To SN SI067200252)
5/16" Regular Nut
Eyebolt, 5/16 x 5" / 4" Thread Length
Second Reduction Sprocket Weldment 80/120
1/8" NPT Coupler
1/8" NPT Close Nipple
1/8" NPT x 90 Degree Zerk
Copper Tube Grease Line 53" (Includes zerks, fittings)
Copper Tube Grease Line 36" (Includes zerks, fittings)
Copper Tube Grease Line 21" (Includes zerks, fittings)
Reduction Sprocket Weldment-Nonshear For 1000 RPM
(Serial #SI067200201 & Later)
Reduction Sprocket Weldment-Nonshear For 540 RPM
(Serial #SI067200201 & Later)
-33-
RH AUGER DRIVE FINAL REDUCTION
Model 7200
-34-
RH AUGER DRIVE FINAL REDUCTION
KEY
PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
1
933-3701
3" Retaining Ring
2
910-0081
2-1/2" Auger Drive Sprocket Weldment
3
910-0071-1
140B35 3" 23 Spline Auger Sprocket (Prior to Serial # SI067200201)
910-0100
140B35 Shear Sprocket Assembly (Serial #SI067200201 & Later)
3A
831-5020-1.75
1/2-20 x 1-3/4" Allen Head Cap Screw Grade 8
3B
884-5020
1/2-20 Top Locknut Grade 8
3C
831-5618-1.75
9/16-20x1 ¾” Allen Head Cap Screw Grade 8
3D
884-5618
9/16-20 Top Locknut Grade 8
4
813-3118-Z
5/16" Regular Nut
5
933-3804
Eyebolt, 5/16 x 5" / 4" Thread Length
6
925-3766
Right/Left Auger Bushing Holder Assembly
7
913-3701
Nylon Bushing 3"ID x 4"OD x 3-3/8" Long
8
14-0031
2" Bearing 4-Bolt
9
808-.75-1.25-14
3/4"ID x 1-1/4"OD Machine Bushing 14 Ga.
10
912-0015
1-3/8" Nylon Roller Complete
10A
912-0015-1
1-3/8" Nylon Roller Only
10B
912-0015-2
Inner Sleeve
11
925-3716
#140 Right Auger Chain Tightener Bracket
12
929-3601
Extension Spring
13
911-0059
#140-46 Pitch Chain
14
851-7510-2Z
3/4-10 x 2" Machine Bolt Zinc
15
914-3807A
2-1/2" Round 4-Bolt Bearing
16
38-0013
5/16" x 1-3/4" Roll Pin
17
925-3822-6
2-Chain Link For Tightener
18
933-3710
Auger Sprocket Spacer 3.031ID x 3.5OD x 1"
19
925-3711
#140 Right Auger Chain Tightener Channel Assy.
20
30-0009
1/8" NPT Coupler
21
30-0016
1/8" NPT Close Nipple
22
30-0006
1/8" x 90 Degree Zerk
23
933-3704
Front Auger Washer Steel
24
933-3633
Copper Tube Grease Line 11" (Includes zerks, fittings)
25
933-3711
Shaft Spacer 14 GA x 3.062 x 3.500 Washer
Model 7200
-35-
LH AUGER DRIVE FINAL REDUCTION
KEY
PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
1
925-3766
Right/Left Auger
Holder Assembly
2
913-3701
Nylon Bushing 3"ID x 4"OD x
3-3/8" Long
3
910-0071-1
140B35 3" 23 Spline Auger
Sprocket (Prior to Serial #
SI067200201)
910-0100
Bushing
140B35 Shear Sprocket Assembly (Serial #SI067200201
& Later)
KEY
PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
7
925-3719-4
3/4-10 x 3-1/2" Machine Bolt
8
912-0008
#140 Reverse Idler Assembly
W/Bearings
8A
910-0006-1
Bearing 3/4" ID x 2" OD
(2-Required)
9
911-0058
#140-74 Pitch Chain
10
910-0061
140B16 Sprocket 2" Bore, ½"
Keyway
11
933-3704
Front Auger Washer Steel
3A
831-5020-1.75
1/2-20 x 1-3/4" Allen Head
Cap Screw Grade 8
12
35-0024
½ x ½ x 2-1/2" Square Key
13
914-3807A
2-1/2" Round 4-Bolt Bearing
3B
884-5020
1/2-20 Top Locknut Grade 8
14
933-3633
3C
831-5618-1.75
9/16-20x1 ¾” Allen Head Cap
Screw Grade 8
Copper Tube Grease Line 11"
(Includes zerks, fittings)
3D
884-5618
9/16-20 Top Locknut Grade 8
4
933-3701
3" Retaining Ring
5
910-0081
2-1/2" Auger Drive Sprocket
Weldment
6
14-0031
2" Bearing 4-Bolt
Model 7200
-36-
This Page Intentionally Blank
Model 7200
-37-
BOX, AUGERS & SIDE SHAFT
Model 7200
-38-
BOX, AUGERS & SIDE SHAFT
KEY
1
2
PART NO.
901-3701
929-3801
3
3A
4
5
6
956-3803
956-3803-12
955-3701
955-3609
955-3702
7
933-3602
8
9
55-0013
926-3701-1
10
926-3705
11
926-3704
11A
926-3801-8
12
925-3742
12A
925-3771-9
13
14
901-3816-65-8
901-3816-65-3
15
901-3816-65-6
16
901-3816-65-7
17
851-5013-1.25Z
18
19
20
21
810-5013-Z
901-3816-30
901-3830-5
901-3830-1
22
937-0004
23
24
25
923-3705
923-3704
914-3804
26
27
55-0091
35-0022
28
75-0074
Model 7200
DESCRIPTION
5570 Main Welded Body
Hydraulic Hose Holder
Spring
Square Tube Jack
Jack Mount Tube
Hydraulic Hose 11' Long
Coupler 3/8" NPT
Side Hydraulic Pipe (2-Required)
Side Hydraulic Pipe
Bracket Clamp
Pioneer Coupler Male Tip
Splined Auger Shaft, 23T,
3" Diameter
Right Side Auger Front
Bearing Style
Left Side Auger Front
Bearing Style
Rear Auger Flighting Support Gusset
T-Post Auger Hold Down
Assembly w/Nylon
Nylon Bearing (2-Per Auger)
9" Extension Filler Piece
Push Off Extension End
Cap Filler
Right Front / Left Rear
Push Off Extension
Left Front / Right Rear
Push Off Extension
½"-13 x 1-1/4" Machine
Bolt
½" Flange Lock Nut
Extension End rail
Rear Splash Guard
Flat Front Splash Guard,
Optional
1-1/2" Shaft Coupler
W/4-Set Screws
1-1/2" Front Side Shaft
1-1/2" Rear Side shaft
1-1/2" Pillow Block Bearing
3/8 X 82" Hydraulic Hose
3/8 x 3/8 x 4-1/2" Square
Key
Adjustable Hitch Plate
Welded Assembly
KEY
29
PART NO.
924-3710
30
31
924-3711
955-3803
32
901-3830-8
33
34
933-3701
914-3813
35
36
37
914-3812
921-0005
881-1008-5Z
39
40
884-1008
901-3801-40
41
803-2520-.75Z
42
43
44
955-3754
901-3801-59
901-3711
-39-
DESCRIPTION
Front Side Shaft Shield Assembly
Rear Side Shaft Shield
Black Male Pipe Tee 3/8 x
3/8 x 3/8"
45 Degree Splash Guards,
Optional On Rear
3" Retaining Ring
Front Auger Thrust Bearing
Seal
Front Auger Thrust Bearing
1-1/2" Locking Set Collar
1-08 X 5" Grade 8 Machine
Bolt
1-08 Grade 8 Top Lock Nut
Hydraulic Hose / Scraper
Holder Ring
1/4-20 x 3/4" Socket Flat
Cap Screw
3/4" Hose Tube Clamp
Center Shaft Shield
Cross Support Pipe W/Tabs
UNLOADING GATE AND GATE INDICATOR
Model 7200
-40-
UNLOADING GATE AND GATE INDICATOR
KEY
1
PART NO.
955-0010
2
55-0092
3
4
5
6
955-0010-1
955-3605
955-3802-2
925-3754
7
901-3713-2
8
925-3755
925-3764
9
901-3713-3
10
11
925-3758-1
925-3757
12
13
14
15
16
17
949-3702
925-3729
925-3853
955-3754
949-3701
901-3706-9
18
925-13701-1
19
925-13701-2
20
21
22
925-3727
925-3707
901-3701-20
23
24
25
901-3701-13
901-3706-4
925-3702
26
901-3853
27
28
925-3743-1
925-3743-2
29
29-0009
Model 7200
DESCRIPTION
Hydraulic Cylinder-Center
Lift
Street Elbow ½" M x 3/8"
Female
3/8 x 28" Hydraulic Pipe
3/8 x 90 Degree Elbow
½ x 3/8" Steel Hex Bushing
Hydraulic Pipe Holder
Weldment
Gate Indicator Pivot Assembly
Back Gate Assy.-Center Lift
(Prior to Serial
#SI057200201)
Back Gate Assy.-Center Lift
w/Pin (Serial
#SI057200201 & Later)
Indicator Linkage Arm
w/sleeve
Front Cylinder Mount Plate
Rear Cylinder Lift Plate
Weldment
Poly Gate Seal
Arm Pivot Shaft Assembly
Pivot Arm Support
3/4" Hose Tube Clamp
Back Gate Slide Poly Slick
Upper Back Gate Guide
Plate
R. Cupped Material Guide
(Serial #SI067200308 &
Later)
L. Cupped Material Guide
(Serial #SI067200308 &
Later)
Rear Shield Mount Plate
Gearbox Mount Strap
Spinner Bearing Mount
Channel
Gearbox Mounting Channel
Outer Gate Guide Plate
Corner Gearbox Mount
Plate
Gearbox Mount Plate Gusset
Left Mount Plate Assembly
Left Material Guide Assembly (Prior to serial
#SI067200308)
Spring, Adjustment (Prior to
serial #SI067200308)
KEY
30
PART NO.
925-3768-2
31
925-3768-3
32
925-3768-4
33
815-1008-Z
34
805-0010-Z
35
823-.18-1.25Z
36
37
925-3744-1
925-3744-2
38
808-1.5-2.2510
39
901-3720-4
40
901-3720-3
41
75-0413-1A
42
925-13803
43
44
75-0304-1
75-0305-2
45
827-2528-.38
46
75-0305-1
47
925-13804-1
48
805-0050-Z
49
851-5013-3Z
50
884-1014-Z
51
929-0003
52
815-5013-Z
-41-
DESCRIPTION
Spring Pivot Pin Assembly
(Prior to serial #SI067200308)
Spring Shaft Assembly (Prior
to serial #SI067200308)
Spring Pivot Sleeve Assembly
(Prior to serial #SI067200308)
1-8 Nylon Insert Locknut (Prior
to serial #SI067200308)
1" Flat Washer Zinc (Prior to
serial #SI067200308)
3/16 x 1-1/4" Cotter Pin (Prior
to serial #SI067200308)
Right Mount Plate Assembly
Right Material Guide Assembly
(Prior to serial #SI067200308)
1-1/2 ID X 2-1/4 OD X 10 Ga.
M.B. (Prior to serial
#SI067200308)
R.H. Adj. Material Guide (Prior
to Serial #SI057200212)
L.H. Adj. Material Guide (Prior
to Serial #SI057200212)
Machine Bolt, Gr. 5, 1-14x4"
(Serial #SI067200308 & Later)
Material Guide Linkage Arm
(Serial #SI067200308 & Later)
LH Tie Rod Eye
Jam Nut, 1-14, RH (Serial
#SI067200308 & Later)
Set Screw, 1/4-28x3/8" (Serial
#SI067200308 & Later)
RH Tie Rod Eye (Serial
#SI067200308 & Later)
Shear Sleeve (Serial
#SI067200308 & Later)
Flat Washer, 1/2" (Serial
#SI067200308 & Later)
Machine Bolt, 1/2x3" Gr. 5
(Serial #SI067200308 & Later)
Top Locknut, 1-14 (Serial
#SI067200308 & Later)
Extension Spring (Serial
#SI067200308 & Later)
Nylon Locknut, 1/2-13 (Serial
#SI067200308 & Later)
SPINNERS & GEARBOX SHAFT DRIVE
Model 7200
-42-
SPINNERS & GEARBOX SHAFT DRIVE
KEY
1
PART NO.
901-3834-1
901-3834-1-AR
Optional AR400
2
901-3835-1
901-3835-1-AR
Optional AR400
3
4
5
19-0029
35-0004
937-0005
6
7
19-0030
19-0036
19-0035
8
901-3704
901-3715
8A
901-3704-6
9
901-3703
901-3714
10
11
914-3602
937-0005K
12
924-3703
13
924-3704
14
15
33-1002
808-1.75-2.5-14
16
17
933-3709
851-5013-1.5Z
18
19
815-5013-Z
901-3704-1
Model 7200
DESCRIPTION
RH, 4-Point Paddle 3/8"
4/6-Per RH Spinner
(Lower) 2-Per LH (Upper)
RH, 4-Point Paddle 3/8"
4/6-Per RH Spinner
(Lower) 2-Per LH (Upper)
(Optional)
LH, 4-Point Paddle 3/8"
4/6-Per LH Spinner
(Lower) 2-Per RH (Upper)
LH, 4-Point Paddle 3/8"
4/6-Per LH Spinner
(Lower) 2-Per RH (Upper)
(Optional)
Left Spinner Gearbox
3/8 x 3/8 x 2" Square Key
Shaft Coupler 1-3/4" Bore,
(4-Required)
Right Spinner Gearbox
Corner Gearbox, (1000
RPM) Standard
Corner Gearbox, (540
RPM) Optional
R.H. Spinner Assembly
Less Paddles (Prior to Serial #SI067200308)
R.H. Spinner Assembly
Less Paddles (Serial
#SI067200308 & Later)
Bottom Spinner Shaft Only
(Welded In)
L.H. Spinner Assembly
Less Paddles (Prior to Serial #SI067200308)
L.H. Spinner Assembly
Less Paddles (Serial
#SI067200308 & Later)
1-1/2" 4-Bolt Bearing
1-3/4" Coupler Assy. Kit
W/Bolts & Keys
Rear Main Shield Assembly
Right Rear Gearbox
Shield Assembly
SMV Sign Bracket
1-3/4I.D. x 2-1/2O.D. x 14
Ga. M.B.
Gearbox Spinner Spacer
½-13 x 1-1/2" Grade 5 Machine Bolt
½-13 Nylon Insert Locknut
1-3/4" Bore x 3" Long
Splined Hub
KEY
20
21
22
23
PART NO.
32-0021
32-0022
32-0023
851-3824-1.5Z
24
815-3824-Z
25
933-3632
26
933-3625
27
901-3834-2
28
901-3835-2
29
901-3704-8
30
31
32
33
34
937-0009-2
937-0010-1
937-0009-1
937-0009
901-3720-2
901-3720-5
35
901-3720-1
901-3720-6
-43-
36
37
937-0010
901-13702-2
38
901-13702-1
DESCRIPTION
2" Hair Pin Clip
6" Lanyard
3/8 x 3/4" Clevis Pin
3/8-24 x 1-1/2" Fine
Thread Grade 5 Bolt
3/8-24 Nylon Insert
Locknut
Copper Tube Grease Line
36" (Includes zerks, fittings)
Copper Tube Grease Line
55" (Includes zerks, fittings)
Left Hand Paddle Mount
Brackets
Right Hand Paddle Mount
Brackets
Paddle Reinforcing
Bracket (6 or 8-Per Spinner)
Coupler Chain
1-3/4” Chain Coupler Half
1-1/2" Chain Coupler Half
1-1/2" Chain Coupler Kit
Left Spinner Paddle Riser
(Serial #SI047200228 &
Earlier)
Left Spinner Paddle Riser
(Serial
#SI047200229-SI0672003
07)
Right Spinner Paddle
Riser (Serial
#SI047200228 & Earlier)
Right Spinner Paddle
Riser (Serial
#SI047200229-SI0672003
07)
1-3/4” Chain Coupler Kit
Left Cupped Lower Paddle
(Serial #SI067200308 &
Later)
Right Cupped Lower Paddle (Serial #SI067200308
& Later)
SPINNER GEAR REDUCER - LEFT HAND (1:1) #19-0029
USE FLUID GEAR GREASE ONLY.
DO NOT USE OIL FOR LUBRICANT.
KEY
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
Model 7200
PART NO.
19-0029-2
19-0029-1
19-0029-3
19-0029-4
19-0029-5
19-0029-6
19-0029-7
19-0029-8
19-0029-9
19-0029-10
19-0029-11
19-0016-11
19-0016-5
19-0029-14
55-0107
19-0029-16
DESCRIPTION
Casting, Machined (Thru Holes)
Casting, Machined (Tapped Holes)
Assy, Pinion Shaft/Gear
Assy, Cross Shaft/Gear
Bearing Cone
Bearing Cup
Bearing Cone
Bearing Cup
Seal 1-3/4"
End Plug, Rubber Cover
Retaining Ring, 1.750
Bolt, 3/8-16 x 2.250 SHCS
Plug, ½ NPT
Bushing, 1/4 NPT to 1/8 NPT
Plug, Breather
Bearing Cone
-44-
SPINNER GEAR REDUCER - CENTER (1:1) #19-0030
USE FLUID GEAR GREASE ONLY.
DO NOT USE OIL FOR LUBRICANT.
KEY
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
11
12
13
14
15
16
Model 7200
PART NO.
19-0029-2
19-0029-1
19-0029-3
19-0030-1
19-0029-5
19-0029-6
19-0029-7
19-0029-8
19-0029-9
19-0029-11
19-0016-11
19-0016-5
19-0029-14
55-0107
19-0029-16
DESCRIPTION
Casting, Machined (Thru Holes)
Casting, Machined (Tapped Holes)
Assy, Pinion Shaft/Gear
Assy, Cross Shaft/Gear
Bearing Cone
Bearing Cup
Bearing Cone
Bearing Cup
Seal 1-3/4"
Retaining Ring, 1.750
Bolt, 3/8-16 x 2.250 SHCS
Plug, ½ NPT
Bushing, 1/4 NPT to 1/8 NPT
Plug,Breather
Bearing Cone
-45-
CORNER GEAR REDUCER - RIGHT HAND
OUTPUT
INPUT
IMPORTANT!
USE #80-90 WT. GEAR LUBE OIL ONLY.
DO NOT USE GREASE FOR LUBRICANT.
KEY
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
1000 RPM DRIVE PART NO.
19-0036
19-0031-1
19-0031-2
19-0036-1
19-0031-4
19-0029-5
19-0029-6
19-0029-7
19-0029-8
19-0029-9
19-0029-10
19-0029-11
19-0016-11
19-0016-5
19-0023-2
19-0002-17
19-0031-5
19-0029-16
Model 7200
540 RPM DRIVE PART NO.
19-0035
19-0031-1
19-0031-2
19-0035-1
19-0035-2
19-0029-5
19-0029-6
19-0029-7
19-0029-8
19-0029-9
19-0029-10
19-0029-11
19-0016-11
19-0016-5
19-0023-2
19-0002-17
19-0031-5
19-0029-16
-46-
DESCRIPTION
Complete Gearbox
Casting, Machined (Tapped Holes)
Casting, Machined (Thru Holes)
Assy, Cross Shaft/Gear
Assy, Pinion Shaft/Gear
Bearing Cone
Bearing Cup
Bearing Cone
Bearing Cup
Seal 1-3/4"
End Plug, Rubber Cover
Retaining Ring, 1.750
Bolt, 3/8-16 x 2.250 SHCS
Plug, ½ NPT
Bushing, ½ NPT to 1/8 NPT
Plug, Pressure Relief, 5 PSI
Dip Stick
Bearing Cone
HUBS, AXLE & TANDEM ASSEMBLY
KEY
1
PART NO.
75-0211
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
75-0211-2
75-0211-3
75-0211-4
75-0208-5
75-0208-6
75-0208-7
75-0208-8
75-0208-9
75-0208-10
75-0208-11
75-0208-12
75-0211-1
75-0208-13
75-0208-14
30-0006
901-3867-2
881-5013-6.5
814-5013-Z
901-3873-3
901-3873
Model 7200
DESCRIPTION
Hub Assembly Complete
15,000#
Seal
Bearing Cone
Bearing Cup
Bearing Cup
Bearing Cone
Washer
Nut
Cotter Pin
Hub Cap
Lug Nut - Flanged
Stud Bolt
Hub Only w/Races & Studs
Hub Cap Bolt
Hub Cap Gasket
Zerk 1/8" NPT x 90 Degrees
Tandem Locking Collar
HHCS, ½-13 x 6-1/2" Gr. 8
½-13 Center Locknut
Left O-Beam w/o Hubs
Left O-Beam Complete
w/Hubs
KEY
21
PART NO.
901-3874-3
901-3874
22
23
901-3864-2
901-3872
24
75-0269
75-0270
-47-
25
26
27
30-0002
75-0111
933-3626
28
29
30-0009
30-0008
DESCRIPTION
Right O-Beam w/o Hubs
Right O-Beam Complete
w/Hubs
Pivot Shaft Nylon Bushing
Tandem Axle Assembly
Only (Less O-Beams)
Wheel Rim 12.25 x 22.5 x
10 Hole For Used
425/65/R22.5 Tire
Wheel Rim SW18C x 16.1 x
10 Hole For 21.5 x 16.1 Tire
1/8" NPT Straight Zerk
3-1/2" Spindle Assembly
Copper Tube Grease Line
31" (Includes zerks, fittings)
1/8" NPT Coupler
1/8" NPT Nipple
LADDER, THIRD AUGER, GATE INDICATOR & LIGHTING
25
Model 7200
-48-
LADDER, THIRD AUGER, GATE INDICATOR & LIGHTING
KEY
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
16A
PART NO.
924-3712-1
924-3712-1-TR
924-3762-2
901-3713-1
925-3762
46-7000-1
901-3707
901-3701-38
926-3703
933-3606
913-3602-2
925-3865
933-3632
901-3810-8
901-3832-2
901-3711
56-0001
56-0030
56-0021
56-0030-TR
17
17A
56-0002
56-0031
56-0022
56-0031-TR
18
19
20
20A
20B
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
Model 7200
56-0003
56-0032
56-0004
56-0005
56-0012
56-0005-1
56-0008
56-0009
65-0006-5
925-3893
46-0001-62
56-0001-3
56-0001-1
56-0001-2
56-0001-4
56-0028
DESCRIPTION
Lower Front Dust Cover
Truck Mount Front Dust Cover
Front Dust Cover Hinge
Gate Indicator Pipe
Gate Position Indicator Pointer Assembly
Gate Indicator Decal
Ladder
Ladder Hanger Side Brackets
3rd Auger Complete
Bronze Washers
Bronze Bushing
3rd Auger Bushing Assembly (Inc. #13)
Copper Tube Grease Line 36" (Includes zerks, fittings)
3rd Auger Spacer Channel
Support Pipe Strap
3rd Auger Cross Support Pipe
Dual Light LH w/Tri Plug (Prior to Serial #SI067200331)
Dual Light LH w/4-Plug (Serial #SI067200331 & Later)
Truck Mount Dual Light LH w/Tri Plug (Prior to Serial
#SI067200331)
Truck Mount Dual Light LH w/4-Plug (Serial #SI067200331 &
Later)
Dual Light RH w/Tri Plug (Prior to Serial #SI067200331)
Dual Light RH w/4-Plug (Serial #SI067200331 & Later)
Truck Mount Dual Light RH w/Tri Plug (Prior to Serial
#SI067200331)
Truck Mount Dual Light RH w/4-Plug (Serial #SI067200331 &
Later)
Ag Light Harness w/Tri Plugs (Prior to Serial #SI067200331)
Ag Light Harness W/Module (Serial #SI067200331 & Later)
#1232 4-Way Socket 4-Pin
Coil Cable Assembly
7-Contact Plug End Only
4-Hole Plug End Only
Harness Frame Clip
Stor-a-way Plug Holder
Nylon Tie Straps
Right / Left Light Mount Bracket
Caution Tail Light Decal
Bezel Blank, Black
Amber Lens
Red Lens
#1157 Bulb
Tail Light Converter (Truck Mt. Only)
-49-
OIL-KIT
35
See Page 52 For Oiler Instructions
Model 7200
-50-
OIL-KIT
KEY
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
22A
24
25
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
36
37
PART NO.
952-0001-1-1
952-0001-1-2
952-0001-1-3
952-0001-1-4
952-0001-1-5
952-0001-1-6
952-0001-1-7
952-0001-1-8
952-0001-1-9
952-0001-1-10
952-0001-1-11
952-0001-1-12
952-0001-1-33
952-0001-1-14
952-0001-1-15
952-0001-1-16
952-0001-1-17
952-0001-1-18
952-0001-1-19
952-0001-1-20
952-0001-1-21
952-0001-1-25
813-5020-Z
952-0001-1-27
952-0001-1-28
952-0001-1-30
952-0001-1-31
952-0001-1-32
952-0001-2
952-0001-3
952-0001-4
952-0001-5
952-0001-6
955-3803
08-0050
Model 7200
OEM PART NO.
1001-6-B
1518-B
4511
1033
1004
1006
5011
1008
1012
1019
3520
1017
4515
2511
6002
6010
2016
2550
M-4555
7010
7012
4514
DESCRIPTION
Oiler Body 6 Port Black
Adj End Cap Oil Black
Plunger, Brass Adj End Cap
Piston, 2 Groove Alum, Short
Spring, Oiler
Washer, Rubber Lube Minder
O Ring, Adj End Cap Plunger
O Ring, Oiler Piston 2-022 90 Dur
One Way Valve (Schrader Valve)
Screen Flat Oiler .906 Dia
Bearing, 7/16" Stainless
Decal, Lube Minder Body
Holder, Manifold Valve Assembly
5/32 Push In Insert (Nycoil)
90° Degree 1/8" St Elbow
½-20 Jam Nut
Bracket Oiler Mtg Pump
Reservoir Two Quart Tank
Hydraulic Hose Assembly Meyer Mfg.
Tubing 5/8" ID Clear Polybraid
Tubing 5/32" Nylon (Feet)
Brush Assembly No 5/32 Insert
½ 20 Plated Nut
Sleeve Nut Brass
5/32 Brass Ferrule
1" Hose Clamp
U-Bolt Assembly #13
1/8" Hex Head Pipe Plug
#80 Brush Holder
Left #120 Auger Chain Brush Holder
Right #120 Auger Chain Brush Holder
Oiler Tank Mount Plate
#80 Center Shaft Chain Brush Holder
BM Pipe Tee 3/8 x 3/8 x 3/8
5/16” Loom Clamp
576895
576894
4517
219P-2
-51-
INSTRUCTIONS FOR AUTOMATIC CHAIN OILER
WARNING: DISCONNECT PTO DRIVE SHAFT AND HYDRAULIC HOSES (RELIEVE HYDRAULIC
PRESSURE) BEFORE CLEANING, ADJUSTING, LUBRICATING OR SERVICING THIS SPREADER. FAILURE
TO HEED MAY RESULT IN SERIOUS PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
The automatic chain oiler attachment gives a squirt of clean oil to all roller chains every time that the
spreaders rear gate, hydraulic cylinder is activated. In this way, the spreaders roller chains get oiled
in direct proportion to the number of hydraulic cylinder cycles of the rear gate. This assures adequate lubrication.
New 30 weight oil, which is placed in the reservoir tank mounted on the spreader, is all that is
needed to properly lubricate all roller chains and sprockets. The automatic chain oiler does not use
any oil from the tractors hydraulic system. The hydraulic hose connected to the bottom of the oiler
pump only serves to power the piston in the pump every time that the spreaders rear gate is opened.
Should the oil reservoir tank run dry, pour about a ½ cup of clean 30 weight oil into the tank. Allow
time for the oil to run down into the oiler pump slowly and allow air to escape. After thirty minutes to
one hour has passed, finish filling the reservoir tank. Make sure that all fittings and brackets are tight
when finished filling the tank.
WARNING: HYDRAULIC FLUID ESCAPING UNDER PRESSURE CAN HAVE SUFFICIENT FORCE TO PENETRATE SKIN. KEEP ALL HOSES AND CONNECTIONS IN GOOD
SERVICEABLE CONDITION. FAILURE TO HEED MAY RESULT IN SERIOUS PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
While running the tractors hydraulics only, open and close the spreaders rear gate several times.
This will cycle the hydraulic cylinder leading to the oiler pump. Keep cycling until oil can be seen in
all of the oil lines leading to the oiler brushes. (If you experience problems priming the oiler pump,
you may need to bleed air out of the hydraulic hose where it is connected to the pump. Crack the fitting until oil comes out then re-tighten.) The hydraulic cylinder that the oiler pump is tied into is double acting and must reach 300 PSI of pressure to actuate the pump.
When replacing oiler brushes into brush holders, use regular ½"-20 nuts. Tighten nut finger tight initially as some adjustment may be needed later. For best results, place brush holders over top of
roller chains and directly on top of sprockets. Adjust brush holders so oiler brushes are pushed
down into the roller chain approximately ½". Carefully tighten up the ½"-20 nuts on the oiler
brushes. DO NOT over tighten as damage to the brush will occur. The plastic threads of the oiler
brush will crack and then break off from the brush body.
IMPORTANT! The 5/32" oil line tubing can only be removed from an oiler brush by pushing in
on the red plastic ring and pulling the tubing out while holding the ring down.
The oiler pump is set at the factory to deliver the maximum amount of oil per cycle. If less oil is desired, loosen the jam nut on the bottom of the pump and screw in the adjusting shaft 1/4" or approximately 5 turns. It is not recommended to screw the shaft into the bottom of the oiler pump more than
15 turns as this may not allow for proper lubrication of the roller chains.
IMPORTANT! Always use new 30 weight oil. In cold weather, use a SAE 10 or a mixture of
two parts of 30 weight oil to one part diesel fuel.
Model 7200
-52-
MEYER INDUSTRIAL SPREADER “TROUBLE SHOOTING”
AUGERS
SYMPTOM
Augers shake or chatter
Augers wobble/lift up &
down
FLOW
CONTROL
GATE
Will not lift
GEAR
BOXES
Clunking sounds
Will not close/seal
Sticks/binds
PROBLEM
Stiff roller chains - dry
Loose roller chains
Worn sprockets/chain
Dry auger trough
Worn auger shaft bushings
Worn auger hold down nylon
bearings
No hydraulic supply
Froze tight w/build-up
Lodged foreign object/dirty
Dirty/dry slide guides
Worn slide guides
Worn out slide guide polyslick
Gears/bearings wearing
Low oil or fluid gear grease
Excessive oil use
Worn out oil seals
Dry manure & twine wrapping
Gear damage
Dirty/build-up
High speed/full load start-up
Worn out gears
Too slow spinner RPM’s
Whips/shakes
Over extended or bent PTO
Vibrates up & down
Worn Universal Joints
Spreader center shaft bent
Lack of lubrication/used
Excessive chain wear
ROLLER
CHAINS AND
SPROCKETS Roller chain breakage
Lack of lubrication
Out of alignment/loose
Loose roller chain
Worn sprockets
Worn roller chain
Bad roller bearings
Bad lower spinner bearings
MATERIAL
GUIDES
PTO SHAFT
Sprocket teeth tipped over
SPINNERS
PADDLES/
TEETH
Model 7200
Spinners turn hard/squeak
Shake at high RPM’s
(excessive vibration)
Excessive paddle damage
Spinner bent/out of balance
Wobbled out lower spinner
shaft
SOLUTION
Lubricate roller chains
Tighten roller chains
Replace sprockets/chains
Load auger trough w/manure
Replace auger shaft
bushings
Replace auger hold down
nylon bearings
Supply hydraulic power
Thaw frozen build-up
Remove foreign object/clean
Clean/lubricate slide guides
Replace slide guides
Replace slide guide polyslick
Replace gears/bearings
Fill with #80-#90 wt. Gear
lube oil or fluid gear grease
Replace oil seals
Clean & remove build-up at
seal areas
Slow start-up, fill with oil
Replace gears
Operate spreader at recommended RPM’s
Adjust tractor drawbar length
- See Page 8
Replace center shaft
Lubricate joints daily replace
joint
Lubricate/align/tighten
Tighten roller chains
Replace sprockets
Replace roller chain
Replace bearings
Replace lower spinner
bearings
Straighten/balance/replace
spinner
Replace or reweld lower
spinner shaft
Too slow spinner RPM’s
Lodging of manure
Operate spreader at recommended RPM’s
Adjust material guides
Straighten/replace paddles
Spreading foreign objects
Avoid loading foreign objects
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MEYER INDUSTRIAL SPREADER “MAINTENANCE
RECORD”
Model No.____________________
Serial No.____________________
Delivery Date:____________________
DATE
Model 7200
DATE
SERVICE PERFORMED
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SERVICE PERFORMED
MEYER EQUIPMENT WHEEL TORQUE
BOLT/STUD
SIZE
SOCKET
SIZE
PRESS FORMED
WHEEL CENTER
BOLT
TYPE
HEAVY DUTY
WHEEL CENTER
½
3/4
80 ft lbs
Lug Bolt
85 ft lbs
9/16
7/8
80 ft lbs
Lug Bolt
120 ft lbs
5/8
15/16 / 1-1/16
100 ft lbs
Bevel or Flange
Nut
160 ft lbs
3/4
1-1/8
Flange Nut
265 ft lbs
TIRE INFLATION
TIRE SIZE
11L-15
11L-15
11L-15
11L-15
12.5L-15
12.5L-15
12.5L-15
14L-16.1
14L-16.1
16.5L-16.1
16.5L-16.1
21.5L-16.1
21.5L-16.1
11R/22.5
425/65x22.5
Model 7200
PLY
6
8
10
12
8
10
12
8
12
8
10
10
14
used truck
used truck
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PSI
28
36
44
52
36
44
52
32
52
28
36
36
40
75
75
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MEYER INDUSTRIAL SPREADER “SPECIFICATIONS”
Standard Equipment Specifications
Model 7200
Bushels
Gallon
Cubic Foot
Weight
Overall Height w/21.5L Tire
Tank Length
Overall Width w/21.5L Tire
Main Drive Chain
Tank Steel - copper bearing
Frame construction (channel)
Spindle Size
Hub Size
Expeller Size
Expeller Speed
Auger Speed
Tractor PTO Speed (Max.)
Auger Diameter
Overall Length
Automatic Oiler
3rd Auger (tough pen manure)
550 (no ht. ext.)
2630
350
10,975 lbs
81” (No ht. ext.)
720 (with ht. ext.)
3492
466
11,445 lbs.
98 ½” (with ht. ext.)
18’
110”
#140
1/4”
8”
3 ½” Sleeved
10 Bolt 15,000 lbs.
24”
690 RPM Standard
13 RPM Standard
1000 or 540 RPM
20”
26’5”
Standard
Standard
SPECIFICATIONS SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE.
Manufactured by:
Meyer Mfg. Corp.
County Hwy. A West
P.O. Box 405
Dorchester, Wisconsin 54425-0405
Phone 715-654-5132 · FAX 715-654-5513
1-800-325-9103
www.meyermfg.com
E-mail: sales @meyermfg.com
Farm Equipment Buyers Trust the Name Meyer!
Model 7200
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