MULTIQUIP FS2 Operating instructions

PARTS AND OPERATION MANUAL
CONCRETE SAW
© COPYRIGHT 2001, MULTIQUIP INC.
MODEL FS2
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SERIAL #
Revision #2 (11/08/01)
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Water System Assembly ................................... 44-45
Basic Platform Assembly ..................................46-47
Blade Mist 14-Inch Assembly ............................ 48-49
Blade Mist 19-Inch Assembly ............................ 50-51
Manual Raise and Lower Assembly .................52-53
Here's How To Get Help ........................................... 3
Table Of Contents .................................................... 4
Parts Ordering Procedures ...................................... 5
Safety Message Alert Symbols ............................. 6-7
Decals ...................................................................... 8
Rules for Safe Operation .................................... 9-11
Dimensions ............................................................ 12
Weights .................................................................. 13
Basic Components ................................................. 14
Basic Engine Components ..................................... 16
General Information ..........................................17-19
Engines
Engine Assemblies ............................................54-55
Terms and Conditions Of Sale — Parts ................. 56
MQ-Whiteman — FS2 Concrete
Saw
Inspection Engine .................................................. 20
Inspection Blade .................................................... 21
Inspection Blade Placement .................................. 22
Inspection-Guards, Covers, and V-Belts ........... 23-24
Initial Start-Up ...................................................25-26
Operation ..........................................................27-28
Maintenance .....................................................29-31
Explanation Of Codes In Remarks Column ........... 32
Suggested Spare Parts .......................................... 33
Troubleshooting (Engine) ..................................34-35
Under Carriage Assembly .................................36-37
Blade Shaft Assembly .......................................38-39
Engine Mount Assembly ................................... 40-41
Pointers and Covers Assembly ......................... 42-43
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NOTE
Specification and part number
are subject to change without
notice.
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FS2 CONCRETE SAW — SAFETY MESSAGE ALERT SYMBOLS
FOR YOUR SAFETY AND THE SAFETY OF OTHERS!
Safety precautions should be followed at all times when
operating this equipment. Failure to read and understand the
Safety Messages and Operating Instructions could result in
injury to yourself and others.
NOTE
This Owner's Manual has been developed to provide
complete instructions for the safe and efficient operations
of the MQWhiteman FS2 Concrete Saw. Depending on
the power plant you have selected, please refer to the
engine manufacturers instructions for data relative to its
safe operations.
Before using this Concrete Saw, ensure that the
operating individual has read and understands all
instructions in this manual.
SAFETY MESSAGE ALERT SYMBOLS
The three (3) Safety Messages shown below will inform you
about potential hazards that could injure you or others. The
Safety Messages specifically address the level of exposure to
the operator, and are preceded by one of three words: DANGER,
WARNING, or CAUTION.
DANGER:
You WILL be KILLED or
SERIOUSLY injured if you do not follow
directions.
WARNING: You CAN be KILLED or
SERIOUSLY injured if you do not follow
directions.
HAZARD SYMBOLS
Lethal Exhaust Gases
Engine exhaust gases contain poisonous
carbon monoxide. This gas is colorless and
odorless, and can cause death if inhaled.
NEVER operate this equipment in a confined
area or enclosed structure that does not
provide ample free flow air.
Explosive Fuel
Gasoline is extremely flammable, and its
vapors can cause an explosion if ignited. DO
NOT start the engine near spilled fuel or
combustible fluids. DO NOT fill the fuel tank
while the engine is running or hot. DO NOT
overfill tank, since spilled fuel could ignite if it
comes into contact with hot engine parts or
sparks from the ignition system. Store fuel in
approved containers, in well-ventilated areas
and away from sparks and flames. NEVER
use fuel as a cleaning agent.
Burn Hazards
Engine components can generate extreme heat.
To prevent burns, DO NOT touch these areas
while the engine is running or immediately after
operations. Never operate the engine with heat
shields or heat guards removed.
Rotating Parts
CAUTION:
You CAN be injured if you
do not follow directions.
Potential hazards associated with Concrete Saw operations
will be referenced with Hazard Symbols which appear
throughout this manual, and will be referenced in conjunction
with Safety Message Alert Symbols.
NEVER operate equipment with covers, or
guards removed. Keep fingers, hands, hair and
clothing away from all moving parts to prevent
injury.
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FS2 CONCRETE SAW — SAFETY MESSAGE ALERT SYMBOLS
Accidental Starting
ALWAYS place ON/OFF switch to OFF,
remove key and/or disconnect the spark
plug lead before servicing the engine or
equipment. Ground the lead to prevent
sparks that could ignite a fire.
Over Speed Conditions
NEVER tamper with the factory settings of the
engine governor or settings. Personal injury
and damage to the engine or equipment can
result if operating in speed ranges above
maximum allowable.
Guards and Covers In Place
NEVER operate the saw without blade guards
and covers in place. Adhere to safety guidelines
ANSI American National Standards Institute,
OSHA or other applicable local regulations.
Respiratory Hazard
ALWAYS wear approved respiratory
protection.
Sight and Hearing hazard
ALWAYS wear approved eye and hearing
protection.
Equipment Damage Messages
Other important messages are provided throughout this manual
to help prevent damage to your concrete saw, other property, or
the surrounding environment.
NOTE
This concrete saw, other property, or the
surrounding environment could be damaged
if you do not follow instructions.
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FS2 CONCRETE SAW — DECALS
Machine Safety Decals
The FS2 Concrete Saw is equipped with a number of safety decals (Figure 1). These decals are provided for operator safety and
maintenance information. The illustration shows these decals as they appear on the concrete saw. Should any of these decals become
unreadable, replacements can be obtained from you dealer.
Figure 1. FS2 Concrete Saw Decal Placement
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FS2 CONCRETE SAW — RULES FOR SAFE OPERATION
WARNING:
Failure to follow instructions in this manual may
lead to serious injury or even death! This
equipment is to be operated by trained and
qualified personnel only! This equipment is for
industrial use only.
The following safety guidelines should always be used when
operating the MQ Whiteman FS2 Concrete Saw:
GENERAL SAFETY
■ DO NOT operate or service this equipment
before reading this entire manual.
■ This equipment should not be operated by persons under 18
years of age.
■ NEVER operate this equipment without proper
protective clothing, shatterproof glasses, steeltoed boots and other protective devices required
by the job.
■ NEVER operate this equipment when not
feeling well due to fatigue, illness or taking
medicine.
■ NEVER operate this equipment under the
influence or drugs or alcohol.
■ NEVER use accessories or attachments, which are not
recommended by Multiquip for this equipment. Damage to
the equipment and/or injury to user may result.
■ The manufacturer does not assume responsibility for any
accident due to equipment modifications.
■ Whenever necessary, replace nameplate, operation and
safety decals when they become difficult to read.
■ NEVER touch the hot exhaust manifold, muffler or cylinder. Allow
these parts to cool before
servicing engine or saw.
■ High Temperatures – Allow the engine to cool before adding
fuel or performing service and maintenance functions. Contact
with hot components can cause serious burns.
■ The engine section of this saw requires an adequate free flow
of cooling air. Never operate the saw in any enclosed or
narrow area where free flow of
the air is restricted. If the air flow
is restricted it will cause serious
damage to the saw or engine
and may cause injury to
people. Remember the saw's
engine gives off DEADLY
carbon monoxide gas.
■ Always refuel in a well-ventilated area, away from sparks and
open flames.
■ Always use extreme caution when working
with flammable liquids. When refueling,
stop the engine and allow it to cool. DO
NOT smoke around or near the machine.
Fire or explosion could result from fuel
vapors, or if fuel is spilled on a hot engine.
■ NEVER operate the saw in an explosive atmosphere or near
combustible materials. An explosion or fire could result
causing severe bodily harm or even death.
■ Topping-off to the filler port is dangerous, as it tends to spill
fuel.
■ NEVER use fuel as a cleaning agent.
■ Always check the machine for loosened threads or bolts before
starting.
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FS2 CONCRETE SAW — RULES FOR SAFE OPERATION
GENERAL SAFETY
DIAMOND BLADE SAFETY
■ Always read, understand, and follow procedures in Operator’s
Manual before attempting to operate equipment.
■ Always be sure the operator is familiar with proper safety
precautions and operating techniques before using the saw.
■ Use appropriate steel centered diamond blades manufactured
for use on concrete saws.
■ Stop the engine when leaving the saw unattended.
■ Block the unit when leaving or when using on a slope.
■ Maintain this equipment in a safe operating condition at all
times.
■ Always stop the engine before servicing, adding fuel and oil.
■ NEVER Run engine without air filter. Severe engine damage
may occur.
■ Always service air cleaner frequently to prevent carburetor
malfunction.
■ Always store equipment properly when it is not being used.
Equipment should be stored in a clean, dry location out of the
reach of children.
■ Always inspect diamond blades before each use. The blade
should exhibit no cracks, dings, or flaws in the steel centered
core and/or rim. Center (arbor) hole must be undamaged and
true.
■ Examine blade flanges for damage, excessive wear and
cleanliness before mounting blade. Blade should fit snugly on
the shaft and against the inside/outside blade flanges.
■ Ensure that blade is marked with an operating speed greater
than the blade shaft speed of the saw.
■ Only cut the material that is specified by the diamond blade.
Read the specifications of the diamond blade to ensure the proper
tool has been matched to the material being cut.
■ Always keep blade guards in place. Exposure of the diamond
blade must not exceed 180 degrees.
■ NEVER use accessories or attachments, which are not
recommended by Multiquip for this equipment. Damage to
the equipment and/or injury to user may result.
■ Ensure that the diamond blade does not come into contact with
the ground or surface during transportation. DO NOT drop the
diamond blade on ground or surface.
■ NEVER operate this saw in areas that contain combustible material
or fumes. Fire and/or explosions may result from errant sparks
from the equipment.
■ The engine governor is designed to permit maximum engine
speed in a no-load condition. Speeds that exceed this limit may
cause the diamond blade to exceed the maximum safe allowable
speed.
■ Ensure that the blade is mounted for proper operating direction.
WARNING:
SAW TRANSPORTATION SAFETY
■ DO NOT operate this equipment unless all
guards and safety devices are attached and in
place.
■ Caution must be exercised while servicing this equipment.
Rotating and moving parts can cause injury if contacted.
■ Keep all inexperienced and unauthorized people away from
the equipment at all times.
■ Unauthorized equipment modifications will void all warranties.
■ Test the ON/OFF switch before operating. The purpose of the
switch is to shut down the engine.
■ Use the lifting bail and appropriate lifting equipment to ensure
the safe movement of the saw.
■ DO NOT use the handle bars and/or front pointer as lifting points.
■ NEVER tow the saw behind a vehicle.
■ Ensure that both pointer bars are positioned appropriately to
minimize their exposure during transportation.
■ Safeguard against extreme saw attitudes relative to level. Engines
tipped to extreme angles may cause oil to gravitate into the cylinder
head making the engine difficult to start.
■ NEVER transport the saw with the blade mounted.
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FS2 CONCRETE SAW — RULES FOR SAFE OPERATION
Emergencies
■ Always know the location of the nearest fire extinguisher
and first aid kit. Know the location of the nearest telephone.
Also know the phone numbers of the nearest ambulance,
doctor and fire department. This information will be
invaluable in the case of an emergency.
Maintenance Safety
■ NEVER lubricate components or attempt service on a running
machine.
■ Always allow the machine a proper amount of time to cool
before servicing.
■ Keep the machinery in proper running condition.
■ Fix damage to the machine immediately and always replace
broken parts.
■ Dispose of hazardous waste properly. Examples of potentially
hazardous waste are used motor oil, fuel and fuel filters.
■ DO NOT use food or plastic containers to dispose of
hazardous waste.
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FS2 CONCRETE SAW — DIMENSIONS
Figure 2. FS2 Concrete Saw Dimensions
TABLE 1. DIMENSIONS
REFERENCE
LETTER
DESCRIPTION
DIMENSION (MM)
A
Max Height (Handle Bars Fully Raised)
47.5" (1207)
B
Max Height (Handle Bars Fully Lowered)
39.0" (991)
C
Max Length (Handle Bars Fully Raised & Front Pointer Lowered)
66.0" (1676)
D
Max Length (Handle Bars Fully Raised & Front Pointer Raised)
47.0" (1194)
E
Max Length (Handle Bars Fully Lowered & Front Pointer Raised)
43.0" (1092)
F
Max Handle Bar Width
23.5" (597)
G
Max Handle Bar Deflection
16.0" (406)
H
Front Wheel Base
15.5" (394)
I
Rear Wheel Base
18.0" (457)
J
Max Width
26.0" (660)
Crated Dimension (L x W x H) 47" (1194) x 30" (762) x 44" (1118)
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FS2 CONCRETE SAW — WEIGHTS
Figure 3. FS2 Concrete Saw Weights
TABLE 2. WEIGHTS
SAW
DESCRIPTION
WEIGHT (kgs)
FS2-LE14
SAW, FS2, 14", PUSH, LESS ENGINE
200 (91)
FS2-8K14
SAW, FS2, 14", PUSH, 8.5 HP KOHLER
275 (125)
FS2-9H14
SAW, FS2, 14", PUSH, 9 HP HONDA
275 (125)
FS2-11H14
SAW, FS2, 14", PUSH, 11 HP HONDA
280 (127)
FS2-12K14
SAW, FS2, 14", PUSH, 12 HP KOHLER
280 (127)
FS2-13H14
SAW, FS2, 14", PUSH, 13 HP HONDA
280 (127)
Crated Weight (kgs.) 360 lbs (163)
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FS2 CONCRETE SAW — BASIC COMPONENTS
BASIC COMPONENTS
Figure 4. FS2 Concrete Saw Basic Components
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FS2 CONCRETE SAW — BASIC COMPONENTS
BASIC COMPONENTS
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DESCRIPTION
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UNDER CARRIAGE ASSEMBLY
BLADE SHAFT ASSEMBLY
ENGINE MOUNT ASSEMBLY
POINTERS AND COVERS ASSEMBLIES
WATER SYSTEM ASSEMBLY
FS2 BASIC PLATFORM ASSEMBLY
14-INCH BLADE GUARD ASSEMBLY
18-INCH BLADE GUARD ASSEMBLY
RAISE/LOWER ASSEMBLY
GASOLINE ENGINE ASSEMBLIES
SEE PAGE 36
SEE PAGE 38
SEE PAGE 40
SEE PAGE 42
SEE PAGE 44
SEE PAGE 46
SEE PAGE 48
SEE PAGE 50
SEE PAGE 52
SEE PAGE 54
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FS2 CONCRETE SAW — BASIC ENGINE COMPONENTS
Figure 5. Engine Controls and Components
INITIAL SERVICING
5.
The engine (Figure 5) must be checked for proper lubrication and
filled with fuel prior to operation. Refer to the manufacturers Engine
manual for instructions & details of operation and servicing.
Fuel Valve Lever – OPEN to let fuel flow, CLOSE to stop
the flow of fuel.
6.
Choke Lever – Used in the starting of a cold engine, or in
cold weather conditions. The choke enriches the fuel
mixture.
1.
7.
Air Cleaner – Prevents dirt and other debris from entering
the fuel system. Remove wing-nut on top of air filter
cannister to gain access to filter element.
Fuel Filler Cap – Remove this cap to add unleaded
gasoline to the fuel tank. Make sure cap is tightened
securely. DO NOT over fill.
NOTE
Operating the engine without an air filter,
with a damaged air filter, or a filter in need of
replacement will allow dirt to enter the
engine, causing rapid engine wear.
WARNING
WARNING
Adding fuel to the tank should be accomplished only
when the engine is stopped and has had an
opportunity to cool down. In the event of a fuel spill,
DO NOT attempt to start the engine until the fuel residue has been
completely wiped up, and the area surrounding the engine is dry.
8.
Spark Plug – Provides spark to the ignition system. Set
spark plug gap to 0.6 - 0.7 mm (0.028 - 0.031 inch) Clean
spark plug once a week.
2.
Throttle Lever – Used to adjust engine RPM speed (lever
advanced forward SLOW, lever back toward operator
FAST).
9.
Muffler – Used to reduce noise and emissions.
3.
Engine ON/OFF Switch – ON position permits engine
starting, OFF position stops engine operations.
4.
Recoil Starter (pull rope) – Manual-starting method. Pull
the starter grip until resistance is felt, then pull briskly and
smoothly.
WARNING
Engine components can generate extreme heat.
To prevent burns, DO NOT touch these areas
while the engine is running or immediately after operating. NEVER
operate the engine with the muffler removed.
10. Fuel Tank – Holds unleaded gasoline. For additional
information refer to engine owner's manual.
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FS2 CONCRETE SAW — GENERAL INFORMATION
FAMILIARIZATION
The MQ Whiteman FS2 Series Concrete Saws are designed for
wet or dry cutting utilizing diamond blades. They have been
engineered for general, industrial and high production flat sawing
applications. The exceptional performance of these saws centers
around innovative features, top quality components, and committed
attention to state-of-the-art manufacturing.
The reinforced heavy gauge steel frame and chassis assembly has
been precisely jig welded to eliminate operational bending and/or
flex that would lead to diminished blade performance. Additionally,
the general weight-to-strength ratio design of the frame and chassis
assembly provides for optimum weight distribution to keep the blade
running true in the cut.
An innovative outboard blade shaft bearing assembly ensures
minimal flutter and shaft harmonics providing the most advantageous
condition for a diamond blade at operating speeds. Heavy duty
front and rear axles, oversized reinforced wheels supported by roller
wheel bearings and locking collars, and industrial under carriage
assembly ensure accurate tracking and years of reliable use.
The positive locking Raise/Lower screw feed system with accurate
depth gauge easily orients blade elevation, and will not permit blade
creep during cutting operations.
A unique water plumbing system allows for independent orientation
of either fluted floodwater to the blade for wet cutting applications or
cones of aerosol mist to diminish material dust when dry cutting.
Operator control of the saw is safely accomplished with adjustable
ergonomic handle bars, and a combination of conveniently oriented
items on the console such as: Raise/Lower Handle, Tachometer/
Hourmeter, 3-way water valve, depth feed gauge, and engine ON/
OFF switch.
All FS2 saws are designed, engineered and manufactured
with strict adherence to American National Standards Institute,
Inc. (ANSI) guidelines B7.1 and B7.5.
POWER PLANTS
The FS2 Saw Series provides a variety of gasoline engine choices
(Table 3). Selection of a specific engine, and its capacity measured
in horsepower/torque, directly affects the performance of the diamond
blade.
The FS2 series is generally classified in the industry as a "LOW to
MEDIUM " horsepower saw. This classification is particularly useful
when selecting the proper diamond blade for an application. Refer
to the engine Owner's Manual for specific instructions regarding
engine operation and maintenance practices.
TABLE 3. POWER PLANTS
ENGINE MFR.
HP
STARTING SYSTEM
AIR CLEANER
FUEL TANK
GAL. (Liters)
HONDA
9
Manual
Cyclone Air Filtration
1.6 (6.1)
HONDA
11
Manual
Cyclone Air Filtration
1.7 (6.4)
HONDA
13
Manual
Cyclone Air Filtration
1.7 (6.4)
KOHLER
8.5
Manual
Cyclone Air Filtration
1.6 (6.1)
KOHLER
12
Manual
Cyclone Air Filtration
1.8 (6.8)
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FS2 CONCRETE SAW — GENERAL INFORMATION
UNDER CARRIAGE SYSTEM
WATER SYSTEM
A jig welded heavy steel gauge under carriage assembly supports
the saw in tracking, pivoting and stabilization. A 3/4" diameter rear
axle supports two solid rubber (10" x 2.75" x 3/4") cast hub wheels
with roller bearings, grease fittings and locking collars. A 5/8" diameter
front axle supports two solid rubber (5" x 2" x 5/8") cast hub wheels
with roller bearings, grease fittings and locking collars. The assembly
pivots about the rear axle and is lubricated through a 90-degree
grease fitting in the rear axle tube. See page 36.
The FS2 Series employs an independent water system that provides
either floodwater or aerosol misting water to the blade. For floodwater,
two 6" fluted tubes are connected via a manifold, and areCCC
oriented
inside the blade guard to provide optimum water volume and
dispersal to both sides of the blade.
BLADE DRIVE SYSTEM
An innovative blade shaft assembly has been specifically designed
to support the optimum distribution of torque from the engine shaft to
the blade shaft, and to ensure minimal vibratory conditions on the
tips of the shaft.
Balanced engine & blade shaft pulleys are connected to their respect
shafts via taper lock bushings, and three 3VX V-belts connect the
engine pulley to the blade shaft pulley. The 1- 1/4" diameter blade
shaft is supported by two self-aligning pillow block bearings that are
uniquely positioned on the most outboard portion of the reinforced
frame.
The combination of pulley and blade shaft bearing positioning
ensures minimal vibration & flutter to the ends of the blade shaft.
The blade drive system has been designed for left and right hand
cutting. See page 38.
A separate water misting system (14" blade guard) utilizes
specifically positioned spray nozzles that project a special cone of
aerosol water to the blade when dry cutting and/or cutting operations
that require minimal usage of water. This misting spray
(approximately 5 gallons/hour), along with the geometry of the blade
guard considerably diminish the dust signature generated by dry
cutting. The water misting system requires approximately 40 psi of
pressure for effective results.
A standard "garden hose" hookup valve connects the water source
to the saw, and a 3-way water lever (OFF/MIST/FLOOD) is
conveniently located on the console. See page 44.
CONSOLE
An ergonomically designed control console allows the operator to
easily understand and/or operate the depth feed gauge, positive 3way water valve, raise/lower control handle, digital engine
tachometer/hourmeter, engine ON/OFF switch, handle bar
assembly, and standard "garden hose" water hook up. A rear panel
cover assembly is easily removed to permit access inside the console
of the saw. See page 44.
MECHANICAL RAISE/LOWER SYSTEM
BLADE GUARD ASSEMBLY
The two-piece heavy gauge blade guard, available in 14" or 18".
The 14" blade guard (standard) is designed with two fully
independent water systems to meet the challenges of dry or wet
cutting operations. First, a fluted floodwater manifold assembly
supplies optimum volume and dispersal of water to both sides of the
diamond blade for wet cutting applications.
The sizable (6") fluted tubes that direct the floodwater resist clogging
and are easily removed for maintenance. Second, a true water
misting manifold assembly provides specifically oriented cones of
aerosol spray to the blade via two water jet nozzles.
The spray pattern and orientation, in conjunction with the design of
the blade guard, provides exceptional dust suppression when cutting
dry, and may also be desired when the job site requires minimal use
of water.
The blade guard is removable for quick blade changes, and easily
seats itself on the chassis bayonet fitting. The blade guard may be
oriented for left or right hand cutting. See pages 48 and 50.
A positive locking mechanical raise and lower screw feed assembly
supports elevation cycling operations. A crank raise/lower handle
is located on the console with "clockwise" rotation providing lowering
action, and "counter-clockwise" rotation providing raising action.
An ACME precision screw and thread assembly provide accurate
travel; while a spring loaded plunge ball system ensures positive
height position locking.
A steel pointer assembly is synchronized with raise/lower handle
rotations to accurately depict depth feed. See Table 4 for blade
selection with respect to depth of cut. Blade orientation is referenced
on the console's horizontal depth feed gauge (see page 52), and is
calibrated for 12", 14", 16" and 18" diamond blades.
TABLE 4. BLADE SELECTION
Diamond Blade
Diameter (In.)
Depth of Cut
12"
3 5 /8 "
14"
4 5 /8 "
16"
5 5 /8 "
18"
6 5 /8 "
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FS2 CONCRETE SAW — GENERAL INFORMATION
TACHOMETER/ HOURMETER
A self-powered digital Tachometer/Hourmeter keeps true
running RPM and time. The operation is triggered by an external
lead wrapped around the spark plug of the engine. When the
engine is running, the display will read the RPM of the engine.
Figure 6 shows the location of the components of the FS2
Console. The function of each component is described below:
1.
Horizontal Depth Feed Gauge – Indicates the blade
cutting depth in inches. The scale allows for orientation of
12, 14, 16 and 18 inch diamond blades.
Depending on the blade diameter selected, the steel
pointer head will indicate zero inches when the blade is
just touching the surface, positive numbers when below
the surface, and negative numbers when above the surface.
The "Depth Feed Gauge" is calibrated in inches and is set
at the factory
When the engine is off, the display will switch to run time (initially
in minutes), and then switching to hours after the first hour of
operation. This instrument provides quartz crystal solid-state
technology, and is built with a custom chip and die bonding
construction for maximum durability.
2.
3-Way Water Valve – 3 position selector valve, OFF, Mist
or Flood.
3.
Raise Lower Crank Handle – Raises or lowers the cutting
blade. This handle is used in conjunction with the horizontal
depth gauge.
4.
Digital Tachometer/Hourmeter – Indicates engine RPM's
and operational hours saw has been in use.
5.
Engine ON/OFF Switch – Pull this switch to permit the
engine to be started by pull rope. Push the switch inward to
stop the engine.
Figure 6. FS2 Concrete Saw Console
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FS2 CONCRETE SAW — INSPECTION -ENGINE
Before Starting
1. Read safety instructions at the beginning of manual.
2. Clean the SAW, removing dirt and dust, particularly the
engine cooling air inlet, carburetor and air cleaner.
3. Check the air filter for dirt and dust. If air filter is dirty, replace
air filter with a new one as required.
4. Check carburetor for external dirt and dust. Clean with dry
compressed air.
Figure 8. Engine Oil Dipstick (Oil Level)
5. Check fastening nuts and bolts for tightness.
NOTE
Engine Oil Check
1. To check the engine oil level, place the saw on secure level
ground with the engine stopped, and the diamond blade
removed.
Some engines used with the FS2
Concrete Saw have an oil Alert System.
This system will automatically stop the in
the event of low oil level. ALWAYS be sure
to check the engine oil level prior to
starting the engine.
2. Remove the filler cap/dipstick from the engine oil filler hole
(Figure 7) and wipe it clean.
Table 5. Oil Type
Season
Temperature
Oil Type
Summer
25°C or Higher
SAE 10W-30
Spring/Fall
25°C~10°C
SAE 10W-30/20
Winter
0°C or Lower
SAE 10W-10
Figure 7. Engine Oil Dipstick (Removal)
3. Insert and remove the dipstick without screwing it into the filler
neck. Check the oil level shown on the dipstick.
4. If the oil level is low (Figure 8), fill to the edge of the oil filler
hole with the recommended oil type (Table 5). Maximum oil
capacity is 400 cc.
NOTE
Reference manufacturer engine manual for
specific servicing instructions.
Explosive Fuel
Gasoline Check
1. Remove the gasoline cap located on top of fuel tank.
2. Visually inspect to see if fuel level is low. If fuel is low, replenish
with unleaded fuel.
3. When refueling, be sure to use a strainer for filtration. DO
NOT top-off fuel. Wipe up any spilled fuel.
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FS2 CONCRETE SAW — INSPECTION -BLADE
WARNING
Failure to thoroughly inspect the diamond blade (Figure 9) for
operational safety could result in damage to the blade, the saw,
and may cause injury to the user or others in the operating area.
Figure 9. Diamond Blade
1.
Drive Pin Hole – A commonly located hole located on the
diamond blade core that prevents operational blade
slippage between the inner & outer blade flanges (collars).
Inspect the diameter of the hole to ensure there is no
distortion, and that a snug fit develops between the hole
and drive pin.
2.
Stress Relief Holes (Gullets) – Check the steel core for
cracks that may have propagated from the slots and/or
gullets. Cracks indicate extreme fatigue failure and if sawing
continues, catastrophic failure will occur.
3.
Edge Of The Steel Core – Check the diameter edge for
discoloration (blue oxidation) indicating an overheating
condition caused by insufficient cooling water/air.
Overheating of blades may lead to loss of core tension
and/or increase the possibility for blade failure. Check to
make sure the steel core’s width is uniform about the rim of
the blade, and not succumbing to an “under cutting”
condition brought about by highly abrasive material or
improper under cutting core protection.
4.
Directional Arrow – Check to ensure that the blade is
oriented properly on the blade shaft for sawing. Reference
the directional arrow in the blade and place it so the direction
of rotation “downcuts” with the turn of the shaft.
5.
Diamond Segment or Rim – Ensure there are no cracks,
dings, or missing portions of the diamond segment/rim. DO
NOT use a blade that is missing a segment or a portion
of the rim. Damaged and/or missing segments/rims may
cause damage to your saw, and injury to the user or others
in the operating area.
6.
Specifications – Ensure that the blade specifications, size,
and diameter properly match up to the sawing operation.
Wet blades must have water to act as a coolant. Utilizing a
diamond blade not matched properly to the task may result
in poor performance and/or blade damage.
7.
Arbor Hole – It is essential that the arbor hole diameter
properly matches the blade, and that it is free from
distortions. Correct blade flanges (collars) must be used.
The inside face of the flanges must be clean & free of debris.
An out of round arbor condition will cause damage to the
blade and the saw.
8.
MAX RPM – This RPM reference is the maximum safe
operating speed for the blade selected. NEVER exceed
the max RPM on the diamond blade. Exceeding the MAX
RPM is dangerous, and may cause poor performance and
may damage the blade.
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FS2 CONCRETE SAW — INSPECTION -BLADE PLACEMENT
WARNING
4.
Diamond Blade – Ensure that the proper diamond blade
has been selected for the job. Pay close attention to the
directional arrows on the blade, clockwise for right-hand
cutting and counter-clockwise for left-hand cutting, then
place the blade onto the blade shaft, and ensure the arbor
hole of the blade matches the diameter of the shaft.
5.
Blade Drive Pin – Line up the blade drive pin with the
inner flange (collar) pin hole. The blade’s operating
directional arrows must point in a “down-cutting” direction
(whether cutting on right side or left) to perform correctly.
6.
Inner Flange (Collar) – This flange is fixed upon the blade
shaft, and is manufactured with a drive pin hole. The inside
surface of the flange must be free of debris and permit a
tight closure on the surface of the blade.
7.
Blade Shaft Torque Hole – A conveniently placed opening
on the frame permits the use of the shaft lock wrench to
assist in blade changes. The pointed end of the locking
wrench fits into the saw frame hole and a machined hole in
the blade shaft. Once in place, the blade shaft can not
rotate making it easier to remove the blade nut.
Failure to thoroughly inspect the diamond blade (Figure 9) for
operational safety could result in damage to the blade, the saw,
and may cause injury to the user or others in the operating area.
NOTE
The following steps should be accomplished
before placing the diamond blade on the
blade shaft.
■ Set the engine ON/OFF switch to the OFF
position.
■ Place the console ON/OFF button in the
OFF position.
■ Raise the saw to a high position by cranking the Raise/Lower
handle in a counterclockwise direction.
■ Use the Blade Nut Wrench & Blade Shaft Locking Wrench
stored in the lower section of the console to install the diamond
blade.
■ Reference Figure 10 (Diamond Blade Placement) when
removing or installing the diamond blade.
1.
Belt Guard – Unscrew the guard security knob and remove
the blade guard from its bayonet fitting and set it beside the
saw.
2.
Blade Hex Nut – Unscrew the [blade shaft nut “right hand”
side loosens clockwise, and tightens counter clockwise],
[blade shaft nut “left side” loosens counter clockwise and
tightens clockwise]. Utilize the blade nut wrench and shaft
lock wrench located on the lower inside console cavity. Do
not overtighten the nut (approximately 45-50 ft.-lb/ 61-68
N/m) when finalizing the assembly.
3.
Outside Blade Flange (Collar) – Ensure that the outside
blade flange is placed flush against the diamond blade,
and that the flange drive pin goes through the blade pin
hole and seats properly into the inner flange drive pin hole.
The inside surface of the flange must be free of debris and
permit a tight closure on the surface of the blade core.
Figure 10. Diamond Blade Placement
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FS2 CONCRETE SAW — INSPECTION -GUARDS, COVERS AND V-BELTS
Guards and Covers Check
V-belts and Cover
CAUTION:
WARNING
NEVER operate the saw without blade guards and covers
(Figures 11 and 12) in place. DO NOT operate with the front of
the blade guard raised. The blade exposure cannot exceed 180
degrees during operations. Adhere to the safety guidelines of
the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) B7.1 and
B7.5.
NEVER attempt to check the V-belt with the engine running
because severe injury can occur. Keep fingers, hands, hair and
clothing away from all moving parts.
V-belts Alignment and Tensioning
This concrete saw is equipped with three premium V-belts that
have been aligned and tensioned by factory personnel. All three
V-belts MUST be installed for proper operation of the saw. Failure
to run the saw with less than three belts may damage the saw or
equipment.
Use the following procedure to check the alignment of V-belts:
1. Remove the 3 bolts that secure the V-belt cover (Figure 13)
to the saw frame.
Figure 11. Blade Guard
CHECK the following on the "blade guard":
■ Check to ensure the capacity of the blade guard matches the
diameter of your diamond blade.
■ Check that the guard seats firmly upon the bayonet fitting of
the saw frame.
■ Check that the spring tensioned front cover of the guard is
firmly seated with the rear section of the guard, and there are
no gaps.
Figure 13. V-Belt Cover
2. Check uniform parallelism (Figure 14) of V-belts and pulley
(sheaves). Use a straight edge or machinists's square
against both pulleys and adjust both pulleys until equally
aligned.
■ Check the fit of the water hoses about the two water manifolds
(14" guard). NEVER lift the blade guard while cutting.
■ Check that the flood water tubes and water jets are clear and
open. Test the water supply for pressure and flow (to both
sides of the blade) before sawing operations.
CHECK the following on the "blade flange cover":
■ Check that the flange cover seats firmly upon the bayonet
fitting of the saw frame prior to operation.
■ This flange cover is to be in place when cutting from either the
right or left side of the saw.
Figure 12. Blade Flange Cover
Figure 14. V-Belt Parallelism
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FS2 CONCRETE SAW — INSPECTION -GUARDS, COVERS AND V-BELTS
3. Check V-belt tension (Figure 15) by using a tensionmeter
(6.0 - 9.0 lbs) against the inside belt at a mid point between
the two pulleys, or by deflecting the center belt at a mid point
3/8” (10mm) - 1/2” (13mm).
Figure 15. V-Belt Tension
4. DO NOT over or under tension the V-belts. Severe damage
can occur to the saw and engine crank shaft if the belts are
over tensioned. A decrease of power to the blade and poor
performance will result if the belts are under tensioned (loose
on pulleys).
5. If the V-belts becomes worn or loose, replace them by using
V-belt part number 15082.
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FS2 CONCRETE SAW— INITIAL START-UP
CAUTION:
DO NOT attempt to operate the saw until the
D
Safety, General Information and Inspection
sections have been read and understood.
Depending on engine manufacturer, operating
steps may vary. See engine manufactures
operating manual. The following start-up procedure makes
reference to a HONDA engine.
NOTE
The CLOSED position of the choke lever enriches
the fuel mixture for starting a COLD engine. The
OPEN position provides the correct fuel mixture
for normal operation after starting, and for
restarting a warm engine.
1. Ensure the diamond blade has been mounted correctly and
that it raised above the surface you about to saw.
6. Place the Choke Lever (Figure 19) in the "OPEN" position
2. Connect to water source (as applicable) see item 14 on page
44 (Water System Assembly), and test for adequate flood
water [ 4 to 5 gallons per minute (15 to 19 LT/min)], and/or
misting water [steady geometric aerosol spray at 40 psi].
3. Place the fuel valve lever (Figure 16) to the "ON" position.
Figure 19. Choke Lever
Figure 16. Fuel Valve Lever
CAUTION:
4. Place the Engine ON/OFF switch (Figure 17) in the "ON"
position.
The engine governor speed has been set at the factory. Changing
the governor speed could damage the blade and/or the saw.
7. Place the throttle lever (Figure 20) halfway between fast
and slow for starting. All sawing is done at full throttle. The
engine governor speed is factory set to ensure optimum
blade operating speeds.
Figure 17. Engine ON/Off Switch
5. PULL the Console Engine ON/OFF switch (Figure 18) to
the "PULL-ON" position.
Figure 20. Throttle Lever
Figure 18. Console Engine ON/Off Switch
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FS2 CONCRETE SAW — INITIAL START-UP
8. Grasp the starter grip (Figure 21) and slowly pull it out. The
resistance becomes the hardest at a certain position, corresponding to the compression point. Pull the starter grip briskly
and smoothly for starting.
CAUTION:
l DO NOT pull the starter rope all the way
to the end.
l DO NOT release the starter rope after
pulling. Allow it to rewind as soon as
possible.
Stopping the Engine
NEVER stop the engine while the blade is in the cut, except
for extreme emergencies. A sudden stoppage of the engine
at high speed while in a cut could damage the blade and/or
saw, and may cause injury to the user or other in the
operating area.
1. Place the throttle lever (Figure 20) in the slow position, and
listen for the engine speed to decrease.
2. Push the console engine ON/OFF switch (Figure 18) to the
“OFF” position.
3. Place the engine ON/OFF switch (Figure 17) to the “OFF”
position.
4. Place the fuel valve lever (Figure 16) to the “OFF” position.
Maneuvering The Saw
WARNING
The blade is spinning whenever the engine is running.
Figure 21. Starter Grip
9. If the engine has started, slowly return the choke lever
(Figure 19) to the CLOSED position. If the engine has not
started repeat steps 1 through 5.
10. Before the saw is placed into operation, run the engine for
several minutes. Check for fuel leaks, and noises that would
associate with a loose guard and/or covers.
11. All sawing is done at full throttle. Your engine governor has
been set at the factory to ensure an optimum speed setting.
Raise the blade high above the surface when maneuvering
the saw. Damage to the blade and/or saw may occur if the
blade strike the pavement.
CAUTION:
l NEVER stop the engine in the cut while
working at high speeds, except for
extreme emergencies.
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FS2 CONCRETE SAW — OPERATION
Saw Alignment
1. The FS2 employs a front and rear pointer (Figure 22) that has
been precisely aligned with the diamond blade at the factory.
Referencing the figure below, accurate tracking is accomplished by referencing the front and rear pointer tips over the
cut line. Precise saw direction is accomplished by slight
operator pressure against the handle bars.
5. Set the depth and saw only as the job conditions and
specifications require. Unnecessary deep sawing is wasteful
to the life of your blade.
6. The preferred method of sawing is to step cut in increments
of 2” (51mm). “Step-cutting” provides the optimum opportunity for the blade to cut fast and last its longest.
CAUTION:
ALWAYS saw in a straight line only. Serious
damage to the blade may occur if the saw is
twisted or forced to cut radius shapes.
7. The rotation of the blade creates a tendency for the saw to pull
in a particular direction (to the right if the blade is mounted on
the right, to the left if the blade is mounted on the left).
Figure 22. Saw Pointers (Front/Rear)
2. To reorient a pointer position, loosen the hex screw that
secures the pointer bar to the shaft, adjust as necessary, and
retighten the hex screw.
3. For operator comfort, an ergonomically designed handle bar
adjusts by loosening two clamping knobs (page 46, item 8),
and adjusts to the desired height. Tighten the knobs back
down when the desired height is met.
Wet Saw Operation
WARNING
The operator must wear the appropriate protective equipment
and clothing while engaged in sawing.
1. Connect hose from water source to the hose fitting connection (see item 14, page 44 "Water System Assembly") on the
saw. The source pressure should be approximately 40 psi.
2. Select the “flood” position on the console (Figure 6), and
ensure the proper flow and rate 4-5 gallons/ minute (15-19
Lt/min) is equally directed to both side of the blade.
8. To ensure a straight line of sawing, apply pressure to the
appropriate handle as you slowly advance the saw forward.
DO NOT force the blade to the cut any faster than its natural
tendency.
WARNING
If the engine stalls for any reason during
sawing, raise the blade out of the cut
before restarting.
9. The operator must recognize and adhere to the optimum
speed that the saw advances while sawing. DO NOT force
the saw in the cut. Observe the engine tachometer from time
to time to get the feel for a smooth sawing pace relative to
RPM.
10. Factors for sawing economy:
l Type of Blade
l Depth of Cut
l Sawing Speed
l Characteristics of the Material Being Cut
3. Advance engine throttle to full (FAST) position.
4. Slowly lower the blade onto your cut line by cranking the
Raise/Lower handle clockwise: while observing the depth of
the cut desired by referencing the depth feed gauge (Figure
6). IF the water supply to your blade is interrupted, stop
sawing immediately.
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FS2 CONCRETE SAW — OPERATION
Dry Saw Operation
WARNING
WARNING
Engine components can
generate extreme heat.
Diamond Blades and Blade Speed
The operator must wear the appropriate protective equipment
and clothing while engaged in sawing.
1. Diamond Sawing consists of cutting WET or DRY.
1. Ensure the proper DRY Cutting blade is selected for the job.
2. Matching the correct blade for the specific job and material
being cut optimizes performance and value.
2. With the 14" blade guard, select the “MIST” position (misting
water) or the “OFF” position on the console (Figure 6). If
misting water is desired, the water source must be able to
deliver 40 psi of pressure to ensure an optimum spray
pattern.
3. The Water Misting system is designed to suppress the dust
signature caused by dry sawing. The aerosol spray pattern
and blade guard design greatly diminish the amount of dust
that is created. The misting water also acts as an added
coolant for the blade.
3. Selection of the proper diamond blade consists of:
l Determining WET or DRY cutting
l Material to be Cut
l Type of Saw Being Used
l Horsepower of Saw
l
Hardness Characteristics of the Material
l
Performance Expectations
4. The preferred method of sawing is to step cut in increments
of 2” (51mm). “ Step-cutting” provides the optimum opportunity for the blade to cut fast and last its longest. Airflow acts
as a blade coolant during sawing. Cutting too deep with one
pass, or exerting excessive forward/sideward pressure may
damage the blade.
4. Selecting the “grade” of diamond blade often defines the
performance factors that can be achieved. Multiquip offers a
variety of diamond blade grades to provide the desired level
of valve and performance.
Finishing a Cut
Blade Speed
1. Raise the blade out of the cut by cranking the Raise/Lower
handle counter-clockwise (Figure 6). Raise the blade high
enough out of the cut to clear the surface and allow the saw
to be maneuvered.
1. A diamond blade’s performance is directly connected to
specific peripheral (rim) speeds.
2. Move the engine throttle lever to the idle (SLOW) position
(Figure 20).
3. Push the console engine ON/OFF button to the “OFF”
position (Figure 6).
4. Set the engine ON/OFF switch to the “OFF” position
(Figure 6).
5. Place the three-way water valve (Figure 17) in the “OFF”
position (as required).
2. The following shaft rotational speeds have been factory set
to ensure optimum blade performance.
l FS2 14” Capacity-3,200 RPM.
l FS2 18” Capacity-2,700 RPM.
WARNING
Operating saw blades at rotational speeds
greater than those specified by the manufacture can cause blade damage, and may injure the user or others in the operating area.
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FS2 CONCRETE SAW — MAINTENANCE
CAUTION:
General maintenance practices are crucial
to the performance and longevity of your saw.
The extreme environments of sawing operations require routine cleaning, lubrication, belt
tensioning, and inspection for wear and damage
WARNING
The following procedures devoted to maintenance can prevent serious saw damage or
malfunctioning. Before servicing or inspection,
ALWAYS park the saw on a level surface with
the blade removed, and the Console Engine ON/OFF switch &
Engine ON/OFF switch in “OFF” position.
WARNING
Some maintenance operations may require
the engine to be run. Ensure that the maintenance area is well ventilated. Exhaust contains poisonous carbon monoxide gas that can cause of unconsciousness and may
result in DEATH
General Engine Care
1. ENGINE CHECK: Check daily for any oil and/or fuel leakage,
thread nut & bolt tightness, and overall cleanliness.
2. ENGINE OIL: Check daily. Inspect with blade removed and
saw frame level on a level surface. Keep the oil clean, and
at the proper servicing level (Figure8). DO NOT OVERFILL!
SAE 10W30 of SG is recommended for general use.
3. ENGINE OIL CHANGE: Change engine oil the first month
or 20 hours of operation. Then every 3 months/ or 50 HOURS
NOTE
ALWAYS dispose of used oil in a responsible
manner. Ensure that the disposition of all hazardous
waste is handled properly. Call your Recycling
Center for information about recycling engine oil.
4. ENGINE AIR FILTER: Clean air filter 2 TO 3 times daily
when DRY cutting. See Engine Owner’s Manual for detailed
information.
5. ENGINE TANK & STRAINER: Clean every year/ or 300
hours.
6. FUEL LINE: Replace every two years/ or as necessary.
7.
SPARK PLUG: Clean/adjust every 6 months/or 100 hours.
Replace every year/ or 300 hours.
Bearing Lubrication Care
There are nine (9) grease points (zerk fittings, Figure 23) on the
FS2 Concrete Saw. Use only Premium Lithium 12 based Grease,
conforming to NLG1 Grade #2 consistency.
Figure 23. Zerk Fitting
1. FRONT & REAR WHEELS: Grease daily, see page 36,
Under Carriage Assembly.
2. BLADE SHAFT BEARINGS: Grease daily, see page 38,
Blade Shaft Assembly.
NOTE
When cutting DRY, lubricate blade shaft bearings 2
to 3 times daliy. The grease can provide an added
protective seal for the bearings.
3. RAISE/LOWER DEPTH CONTROL BEARING:Grease
daily, see page 52, Manual Raise Lower Assembly
4. ADJUST TUBE: Grease daily, see page 52, Manual Raise
Lower Assembly.
5. AXLE ASSEMBLY: Grease weekly/or 25 hours, see page
36, Under Carriage Assembly.
General Cleanliness
Clean the machine daily. Remove all dust and slurry build up.
If the saw is steam cleaned, ensure that lubrication is accomplished AFTER steam cleaning operations.
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FS2 CONCRETE SAW — MAINTENANCE
Blade Shaft Bearing Replacement
The FS2 is supported by “tapped base lock collar (w/set screw)’
self-aligning blade shaft bearings. These heavy duty bearings
support the 1-1/4 blade shaft, and have grease (zerk) points
(Figures 24 and 25) conveniently located for service.
3. To loosen the tension on the three V-Belts perform the
following:
l Remove the Belt Cover, item 4, page 42. (Pointers and
Covers Assembly)
l Loosen the Carriage Bolts, item 11, page 40 (Engine
Mount Assembly).
l Loosen the Hex Head Cap Screws, item 12, page 40
(Engine Mount Assembly).
l Rotate the engine down to provide slack in the V-Belts
Replacement of the Blade Shaft Bearings
4.
Perform the following to replace the blade shaft bearings:
l Remove Blade Flanges (items 7 and 8, page 38, Blade
Shaft Assembly) as required to permit the Shaft Bearing(s)
to slide off the Blade Shaft.
l Loosen/remove Shaft Bearing(s) Hex Head Cap Screws,
item 11, page 38.
l Loosen Set Screw on the Blade Shaft Bearing collar.
Figure 24. Left-Side Shaft Bearing
1. Reference pages 38 ( Blade Shaft Assembly) and 40( Engine
Mount Assembly).
l Slide “old” Bearing(s) off the Blade Shaft and replace with
“new” Bearing(s)- grease (zerk) fitting pointing forward, and
the lock collar oriented to the “right" as you face the saw.
5.
Loosely bolt the bearing(s) into place on the saw frame, then
ensure the alignment by referencing past bearing positioning.
6.
Tighten the hex head cap screw, item 11, page 38 to secure
the Shaft Bearing (s) to the frame.
2. Its recommended to replace both left & right hand bearings
collectively.
7. To complete the re-installation process , reverse the order of
the above mentioned steps. For V-belt adjustment, see V-belt
tension section on page 23 (Figure 14).
Figure 25. Right-Side Shaft Bearing
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FS2 CONCRETE SAW — MAINTENANCE
Raise/Lower Height Adjustment
The FS2 is equipped with an Raise/ Lower assembly that is
supported by the following:
l ACME Screw
l Precision Thread
l Depth Gauge Bearing
l Depth Gauge Pointer
l Tube Height Adjustment
The height adjustment of the FS2 has been factory set utilizing
precision standards.
Reference Manual Raise and Lower Assembly on page 52
unless otherwise noted.
Setting The Height Of The Depth Gauge Pointer
Perform the following to set the height of the Depth Gauge Pointer:
1. Place the saw on a level working surface.
2. Remove the rear panel cover, see page 46, item 9.
3. Install an appropriate new diamond blade on the saw and
take reference to the diameter.
4. Lower the blade until flush contact is made with the level
surface.
5. Loosen the two hex nuts, item 18, that tighten against the
upper and lower rod ends, item 19.
6. Loosen the hex nut, item 13, that secures the plunge ball, item
12, depth lock against the adjustment tube.
7. Loosen (counter-clockwise) the plunge ball with an allen
wrench. This will unlock the plunge ball from the ACME
screw, item 9.
8. Set the blade height indicator to "0" (relative to the diameter
of the blade and depth scale). See Figure 6, "Concrete Saw
Console".
10. Remove the upper pan-head screw, item 20, to enable the
rod end adjustments.
11. Adjust the rod ends as required to ensure that the throw of
both rod ends and threaded rod, item 14, support the "0"
position of the depth gauge located on the console.
12. Tighten the plunge ball, item 12, to the full depth against the
ACME screw, item 9.
13. Unscrew the plunge ball, item 12, 1 FULL TURN (counterclockwise).
14. Tighten the hex nuts, item 13, against the "Adjustment Tube",
item 10, to lock the plunge ball in place.
V-Belt Tension Check
Check tension after first day of operations, then weekly/or 25
hours. Replace as required (see Figure 14). NEVER operate
with less than 3 belts.
The FS2 is equipped with (3) premium 3VX V-belts (Figure 14)
that provide optimum torque transfer.
The saw must be operated with all (3) V-belts, and must be adjusted collectively and properly to be effective
The V-Belt adjustment of the FS2 has been factory set utilizing
precision standards. For V-Belt adjustments only, see page 23,
V-belts Alignment Tensioning.
V-Belt Replacement
To replace the entire set of V-belts (3) perform the following
procedure:
Figure 26. V-Belts
1. Reference pages 38 (Blade Shaft Assembly), 40 (Engine
Mount Assembly) and 42 ) Pointers and Covers Assembly).
2. Loosen the tension on the V-Belts.
3. Remove the Belt Cover, item 4, page 42.
4. Loosen the Carriage Bolts, item 11, page 40.
5
Loosen the Hex Head Cap Screws, item 12, page 40.
6. Rotate the engine down to provide slack in the V-Belts.
7. Loosen shaft bearing(s), hex head cap (shaft bearing) screws
item 11, page 38.
8. Remove the (2) hex head cap screws, item 11, page 38, that
support the ‘pulley-side’ blade shaft bearing.
9. Orient the blade shaft so the belt(s) to be replaced can slide
off the blade shaft pulley and engine pulley.
10. Orient the replacement belt(s) around the blade shaft pulley
and engine pulley.
11 Replace and tighten the (2) hex head cap shaft bearing
screws, item 11, page 38.
V-Belt Tension
1. Adjust carriage bolts, item 11, page 40, until the proper belt
tension is achieved.
2. Tighten the (2) hex head cap screws, item 12, page 40.
3. Replace the belt cover, item 4, page 42.
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FS2 CONCRETE SAW — EXPLANATION OF CODE IN REMARKS COLUMN
How to read the marks and remarks used in this parts book.
Section 1: Items Found In the “Remarks” Column
Serial Numbers-Where indicated, this indicates a serial
number range (inclusive) where a particular part is used.
Model Number-Where indicated, this shows that the
corresponding part is utilized only with this specific model
number or model number variant.
Section 2: Items Found In the “Remarks” Column
Serial Numbers-Where indicated, this indicates a serial number
range (inclusive) where a particular part is used.
Model Number-Where indicated, this shows that the
corresponding part is utilized only with this specific model number
or model number variant.
Section 3: Items Found In the “Items Number” Column
All parts with same symbol in the number column, , #, +, %, or
■, belong to the same assembly or kit.
*
Note: If more than one of the same reference number is listed,
the last one listed indicates newest (or latest) part available.
NOTE
The contents of this parts catalog are subject to
change without notice.
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FS2 CONCRETE SAW — SUGGESTED SPARE PARTS
FS2 CONCRETE SAW 1 TO 3 UNITS
1 to 3 Units
Qty.
P/N
Description
1 ............ 15172 ............... BLADE SHAFT ASSY. 14" W/FLANGES KIT
1 ............ 15065 ............... SHAFT, BLADE
2 ............ 15063 ............... FLANGE, BLADE INSIDE
1 ............ 15064 ............... FLANGE, BLADE OUTSIDE
2 ............ 15119 ............... KEY, WOODRUFF
2 ............ 15066 ............... BEARING, PILLOW BLOCK
1 ............ 15092 ............... NUT, BLADE, RIGHT-HAND
1 ............ 15093 ............... NUT, BLADE, LEFT-HAND
1 ............ 6059B ............... KEY, 1/4" SQ. X 2"
3 ............ 15082 ............... V-BELT, 3VXV355
2 ............ 15091 ............... WHEELS, REAR
2 ............ 15090 ............... WHEELS, FRONT
1 ............ 15097 ............... WRENCH, ALL PURPOSE
1 ............ 15098 ............... TOOL, SHAFT LOCK
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FS2 CONCRETE SAW — TROUBLESHOOTING (ENGINE)
TABLE 6. ENGINE TROUBLESHOOTING
SYMPTON
Difficult to star t, "fuel is available, but no
SPARK at spark plug".
POSSIBLE CAUSE
Spark plug bridging?
Check gap, insulation or
replace spark plug.
Carbon deposit on spark plug?
Clean or replace spark plug.
Shor t circuit due to deficient spark plug
insulation?
Check spark plug insulation,
replace if worn.
Improper spark plug gap?
Set to proper gap.
Console or engine ON/OFF switch is
shor ted?
Check switch wiring, replace
switch.
Ignition coil defective?
Replace ignition coil.
Difficult to star t, "fuel is available, and Improper spark gap, points dir try?
SPARK is present at the spark plug".
Difficult to star t, "fuel is available, spark
is present and compression is normal"
Difficult to star t, "fuel is available, spark
is present and compression is low"
No fuel present at carburetor.
SOLUTION
Set correct spark gap and
clean points.
Condenser insulation worn or shor t
circuiting?
Replace condenser.
Spark plug wire broken or shor t circuiting?
R e p l a c e d e fe c t i ve s p a r k p l u g
wiring.
Wrong fuel type?
Flush fuel system, and replace
with correct type of fuel.
Water or dust in fuel system?
Flush fuel system.
Air cleaner dir ty?
Clean or replace air cleaner.
Suction/exhaust valve stuck or protruded?
Re-seat valves.
Piston ring and/or cylinder worn?
Replace piston rings and or
piston.
Cylinder head and/or spark plug not
tightened properly?
Torque cylinder head bolts and
spark plug.
Head gasket and/or spark plug gasket
damaged?
Replace head and spar k plug
gaskets.
Fuel not available in fuel tank?
Fill with correct type of fuel.
Fuel cock does not open properly?
Apply lubr icant to loosen fuel
cock lever, replace if necessary.
Fuel filter clogged?
Replace fuel filter.
Fuel tank cap breather hole clogged?
Clean or replace fuel tank cap.
Air in fuel line?
Bleed fuel line.
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FS2 CONCRETE SAW — TROUBLESHOOTING (ENGINE)
TABLE 6. ENGINE TROUBLESHOOTING (CONTINUED)
SYMPTON
"Weak in power" compression is
proper and does not misfire.
POSSIBLE CAUSE
SOLUTION
Air cleaner not clean?
Clean or replace air cleaner
Improper level in carburetor?
Check float adjustment, re-build
carbureator.
Defective Spark plug?
Clean or replace spark plug.
Defective Spark plug?
"Weak in power" compression is
proper but misfires.
Engine overheats.
Rotational speed fluctuates.
Recoil star ter malfunction.
Water in fuel system?
Flush fuel system, and replace
with correct type of fuel.
Dir ty spark plug?
Clean or replace spark plug.
Ignition coil defective?
Replace ignition coil.
Spark plug heat value improper?
Replace with correct type of
spark plug.
Correct type of fuel?
Replace with correct type of fuel
Cooling fins dir ty?
Clean cooling fins.
Governor adjusted correctly?
Adjust governor.
Governor spring defective?
Replace governor spring.
Fuel flow restricted?
C h e c k e n t i r e f u e l s y s t e m fo r
leaks or clogs.
Recoil mechanism clogged with dust and
dir t?
Clean recoil assembly with soap
and water.
Sprial spring loose?
Replace sprial spring.
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FS2 CONCRETE SAW — UNDER CARRIAGE ASSY.
UNDER CARRIAGE ASSY.
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FS2 CONCRETE SAW — UNDER CARRIAGE ASSY.
UNDER CARRIAGE ASSY.
NO
PART NO
PART NAME
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
15028
1162A
2621
15090
15515
16749
15106
0655
15013
8151
SET COLLAR 5/8 DIA ............................... 2 ..................... INCLUDES ITEM W/
CAP, ZERK FITTING
4
ZERK FITTING
4
WHEEL 5.0 X 2W X .625 ID400 CAP
2
FRONT AXLE ASSY.
1
ZERK, GREASE 1/4-28 90 DEGREE
1
REAR, POINTER
1
SCREW, HHC 5/16-18 X 3/4
1
AXLE,REAR
1
WASHER, FLAT 3/4 SAE
6
SET SCREW
1
WHEEL, R 9.75 OD X 2.75W X75BB
2
COLLAR, SET 3/4 SAE ............................. 2 ..................... INCLUDES ITEM W/
*
15091
3615
QTY.
REMARKS
*
*
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FS2 CONCRETE SAW — BLADE SHAFT ASSY.
BLADE SHAFT ASSY.
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FS2 CONCRETE SAW — BLADE SHAFT ASSY.
BLADE SHAFT ASSY.
NO
PART NO
PART NAME
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
2621
1162A
15119
6059B
15065
15066
15063
15012
15093
0448
15563
15082
15061
15060
15148
15092
ZERK FITTING
2
ZERK FITTING CAP
2
KEY, WOODRUFF
2
KEY, 1/4 SQ X 2”
1
SHAFT, BLADE
1
BEARING, PILLOW BLOCK 11/4 BORE 2
FLANGE, BLADE INSIDE
2
FLANGE, DRIVEN ASSY.
1
NUT, 1-14-28-LH
1
WASHER, FLAT 7/16 SAE
4
SCREW, HHC 7/16-14 X 3/4
4
BELT, V BLADE 3X V335
3
PULLEY, TL 3V 4.50 0D
1
BUSHING, TL 1 1/4 BORE
1
SPACER, BLADE SHAFT
1
NUT, 1-14-28
1
QTY.
REMARKS
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FS2 CONCRETE SAW — ENGINE MOUNT ASSY.
ENGINE MOUNT ASSY.
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FS2 CONCRETE SAW — ENGINE MOUNT ASSY.
ENGINE MOUNT ASSY.
NO
PART NO
PART NAME
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
15156
15033
15032
15157
0448
1023
15030
10136
9154
1456
15174
15564
MOUNT,ENGINE, RIGHT, W/A
BAR THREATED
SPACER, PIPE
MOUNT,ENGINE, LEFT, W/A
WASHER, FLAT 7/16 SAE
SCREW, HHC 3/8-16 X 1-1/4
MOUNT, ENGINE BASE
WASHER, FLAT3/8 SAE
SCREW, HHC 3/8-16 X 1-3/4
NUT, HEX FINISH 3/8-16
BOLT, CARRIAGE 3/8-16 X 3
SCREW, HHC 3/8-16 X 1-3/4
QTY.
REMARKS
1
2
2
1
4
4
1
10
4
6
2
2
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FS2 CONCRETE SAW — POINTERS AND COVERS ASSY.
POINTERS AND COVERS ASSY.
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FS2 CONCRETE SAW — POINTERS AND COVERS ASSY.
POINTERS AND COVERS ASSY.
NO
PART NO
PART NAME
QTY.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
15053
15070
0730
15011
1023
10133
15088
0131A
15052
0948
WHEEL, POINTER ARM
POINTER, FRONT W/A
SCREW, HHC 1/4-20 X 1
BELT COVER
SCREW, HHC 3/8-16 X 1-1/4
NUT, NYLOC 3/8-16
COVER, BLADE FLANGE
SCREW, HHC 1/4-20 X 3/4
ROD, POINTER
WASHER, FLAT 1/4 SAE
1
1
3
1
2
2
1
1
1
3
REMARKS
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FS2 CONCRETE SAW — WATER SYSTEM ASSY.
WATER SYSTEM ASSY.
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FS2 CONCRETE SAW — WATER SYSTEM ASSY.
WATER SYSTEM ASSY.
NO
PART NO
PART NAME
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
15135
15181
15538
15137
15183
15532
15176
15502
15533
15062
15669
15180
2190
15544
15546
15173
SUPPORT 3 WAY VALVE
HOSE, 3/8 BLACK WATER 200 PSI
CLAMP, WORM HOSE, 7/16-11/16
POINTER,3 WAY VALVE
PIN, ROLL 195X1
SCREW, PAN HEAD 8-32X2.0
SCREW, PAN HEAD 8-32X 1-1/2
SWITCH, ENG ON/OFF
HARNESS WIRE BUNDLE
VALVE 3 WAY 4 POSITION
FITTING,1/4 MPT90 3/8 HOSE BARB PL
FITTING, 1/2 NPT 3/8 BARB
SPACER, 0.25 00 X 0.25L .035W
FITTING,FNPTX 3/4 GARDEN HS BRASS
GASKET,3/4 HOSE GASKET/SCREEN
WASHER, FLAT #8
QTY.
REMARKS
1
8
6
1
1
1
3
1
1
1
3
1
1
1
1
10
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FS2 CONCRETE SAW — BASIC PLATFORM ASSY.
BASIC PLATFORM ASSY.
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FS2 CONCRETE SAW — BASIC PLATFORM ASSY.
BASIC PLATFORM ASSY.
NO
PART NO
PART NAME
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15001
15105
0948
0730
15664
15018
15081
15072
15084
0131A
11534
15138
15098
15097
CHASSIS
PLATE, UPCUT SLOT COVER
WASHER, FLAT 1/4 SAE
SCREW, HHC 1/4-20 X1
DECAL, FS2 CONSOLE
HANDLEBAR
HANDLE, GRIPS 1” DIA
HANDLE, CLAMPING
PANEL, REAR COVER
SCREW, HHC 1/4-20 X 3/4
NUT U TYPE 1/4-20
WRENCH, 6” POCKET SOCKET
TOOL, SHAFT LOCK SOCKET
WRENCH, ALL PURPOSE
QTY.
REMARKS
1
1
6
2
1
1
2
2
1
4
4
1
1
1
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FS2 CONCRETE SAW — BLADE MIST 14-INCH ASSY.
BLADE MIST 14-INCH ASSY.
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FS2 CONCRETE SAW — BLADE MIST 14-INCH ASSY.
BLADE MIST 14-INCH ASSY.
NO
PART NO
PART NAME
QTY.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
15072
0948
0131A
0949
15509
10024
8087
15161
10176
15151
15160
15506
15507
26250
15504
15180
15508
15560
15086
0730
0948
15562
15096
15043
15005
26250
HANDLE, CLAMPING
WASHER, FLAT 1/4 SAE
SCREW, HHC 1/4-20 X 3/4
NUT, HEX FINISH 1/4-20
SPRING, CENTURY SPRING
NUT, NYLOC 1/4-20 X 3/4
SCREW, HHC 1/2-13 X 4
STOP, RUBBER BUMPER
NUT, NYLOC 1/2-13
GUARD, BLADE 14” DOOR W/A
CLIP, CONDUIT 3/8
TUBE, FLOOD
GASKET, MANIFOLD FLOOD
SCREW, HHC 1/4-20 X 1-3/4
MANIFOLD (CIPSA)
FITTING, 1/2 NPT 3/8 BARB
PLUG (CIPSA)
FITTING, BRASS 90 1/2 MPT-6 BARB
NOZZLE, 5 GPH 80 DEG. SPRAY ANGLE
SCREW, HHC 1/4-20 X 1
WASHER, FLAT 1/4 SAE
GASKET, MANIFOLD MIST
ANGLE, SPLASH GUARD
FLAP, NEOPRINE WATER SHIELD
GUARD, BLADE 14” BODY W/A
SCREW, HHC 1/4-20 X 1-3/4
1
4
2
4
1
14
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
8
2
1
2
1
2
2
4
1
1
1
1
1
REMARKS
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FS2 CONCRETE SAW — BLADE MIST 18 -INCH ASSY.
BLADE MIST 18-INCH ASSY.
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FS2 CONCRETE SAW — BLADE MIST 18 -INCH ASSY.
BLADE MIST 18-INCH ASSY.
NO
PART NO
PART NAME
QTY.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
15072
0948
0131A
0949
15509
10024
8087
15161
10176
15449
15160
15506
15507
26250
15504
15180
15508
15560
15086
0730
0948
15562
15096
15043
15204
26250
HANDLE, CLAMPING
WASHER, FLAT 1/4 SAE
SCREW, HHC 1/4-20 X 3/4
NUT, HEX FINISH 1/4-20
SPRING, CENTURY SPRING
NUT, NYLOC 1/4-20 X 3/4
SCREW, HHC 1/2-13 X 4
STOP, RUBBER BUMPER
NUT, NYLOC 1/2-13
GUARD, BLADE 18” DOOR W/A
CLIP, CONDUIT 3/8
TUBE, FLOOD
GASKET, MANIFOLD FLOOD
SCREW, HHC 1/4-20 X 1-3/4
MANIFOLD (CIPSA)
FITTING, 1/2 NPT 3/8 BARB
PLUG (CIPSA)
FITTING, BRASS 90 1/2 MPT-6 BARB
NOZZLE, 5 GPH 80 DEG. SPRAY ANGLE
SCREW, HHC 1/4-20 X 1
WASHER, FLAT 1/4 SAE
GASKET, MANIFOLD MIST
ANGLE, SPLASH GUARD
FLAP, NEOPRINE WATER SHIELD
GUARD, BLADE 18” BODY W/A
SCREW, HHC 1/4-20 X 1-3/4
1
4
2
4
1
14
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
8
2
1
2
1
2
2
4
1
1
1
1
1
REMARKS
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FS2 CONCRETE SAW — MANUAL RAISE AND LOWER ASSY.
MANUAL RAISE AND LOWER ASSY.
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FS2 CONCRETE SAW — MANUAL RAISE AND LOWER ASSY.
MANUAL RAISE AND LOWER ASSY.
NO
PART NO
PART NAME
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
15083
8151
1577
15517
15080
10136
1023
15050
15008
15007
10133
15054
1456
15130
15120
2219
16723
13287
15175
15127
15173
PIN, HEADED BLADE ADJUST
WASHER, FLAT 3/4 SAE
SET COLLAR, 1/2
POINTER, DEPTH GAUGE ASSY.
BEARING, DEPTH GAUGE
WASHER, FLAT 3/8 SAE
SCREW, HHC 3/8-16 X 1-1/4
KNOB, 3/8 X 16 X 2, 1-INCH OD, 3.88L
HANDLE, BLADE ADJUSTMENT ASSY.
TUBE, HEIGHT ADJUSTMENT ASSY.
NUT, NYLOC 3/8-16
PLUNGE, BALL
NUT, HEX FINISH 3/8-16
ROD, THREADED 1.63
ROD, END, 10-32 FEMALE RH
PIN, COTTER 1/8 X 1/2
NUT, HEX FIN 8-32
NUT, NYLOC 8-32
SCREW, PAN HEAD 8-32 X 3/4
SPACER, PIVOT
WASHER, FLAT #8
QTY.
REMARKS
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
2
1
2
2
2
1
2
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FS2 CONCRETE SAW — ENGINE ASSY.
ENGINE ASSY.
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FS2 CONCRETE SAW — ENGINE ASSY.
ENGINE ASSY.
NO
PART NO
PART NAME
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
3
4
5
15511
15101
N/A
15102
N/A
15103
15535
15058
15059
6059B
ENGINE, 8.5HP KOHLER COMMAND
ENGINE, 9HP HONDA GX270K1QXC9
ENGINE, 10HP KOHLER COMMAND
ENGINE, 11HP HONDA GX340K1QXC9
ENGINE, 12HP KOHLER COMMAND
ENGINE, 13HP HONDA GX390K1QXC9
OIL DRAIN ASSY.
BUSHING, TL 1” BORE
PULLEY, TL 3V 4.12” OD
KEY, 1/4”SQ. X 2”
QTY.
REMARKS
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
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TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SALE — PARTS
Effective: July 1, 2000
PAYMENT TERMS
4.
Terms of payment for parts are net 10 days.
FREIGHT POLICY
All parts orders will be shipped collect or
prepaid with the charges added to the invoice.
All shipments are F.O.B. point of origin.
Multiquip’s responsibility ceases when a signed
manifest has been obtained from the carrier,
and any claim for shortage or damage must be
settled between the consignee and the carrier.
Freight is at the sender’s expense. All
parts must be returned freight prepaid to
Multiquip’s designated receiving point.
5.
Parts must be in new and resalable
condition, in the original Multiquip package
(if any), and with Muiltiquip part numbers
clearly marked.
6.
The following items are not returnable:
MINIMUM ORDER
a.
Obsolete parts. (If an item is listed
in the parts price book as being
replaced by another item, it is
obsolete.)
b.
Any parts with a limited shelf life
(such as gaskets, seals, “O” rings,
and other rubber parts) that were
purchased more than six months
prior to the return date.
PRICING AND REBATES
Prices are subject to change without prior
notice. Price changes are effective on a specific
date and all orders received on or after that date
will be billed at the revised price. Rebates for
price declines and added charges for price
increases will not be made for stock on hand at
the time of any price change.
Multiquip reserves the right to quote and sell
direct to Government agencies, and to Original
Equipment Manufacturer accounts who use
our products as integral parts of their own
products.
SPECIAL EXPEDITING SERVICE
The minimum charge for orders from Multiquip
is $15.00 net. Customers will be asked for
instructions regarding handling of orders not
meeting this requirement.
c.
Any line item with an extended dealer
net price of less than $5.00.
RETURNED GOODS POLICY
d.
Special order items.
Return shipments will be accepted and credit
will be allowed, subject to the following
provisions:
e.
Electrical components.
f.
Paint, chemicals, and lubricants.
LIMITATIONS OF SELLER’S LIABILITY
g.
Decals and paper products.
h.
Items purchased in kits.
Multiquip shall not be liable here under for
damages in excess of the purchase price of the
item with respect to which damages are claimed,
and in no event shall Multiquip be liable for loss
of profit or good will or for any other special,
consequential or incidental damages.
1.
A Returned Material Authorization must
be approved by Multiquip prior to shipment.
2.
To obtain a Return Material Authorization,
a list must be provided to Multiquip Parts
Sales that defines item numbers,
quantities, and descriptions of the items to
be returned.
a.
3.
The parts numbers and descriptions
must match the current parts price
list.
b.
The list must be typed or computer
generated.
c.
The list must state the reason(s) for
the return.
d.
The list must reference the sales
order(s) or invoice(s) under which
the items were originally purchased.
e.
The list must include the name and
phone number of the person
requesting the RMA.
A copy of the Return Material
Authorization must accompany the return
shipment.
7.
The sender will be notified of any material
received that is not acceptable.
8.
Such material will be held for 5 working
days from notification, pending
instructions. If a reply is not received
within 5 days, the material will be returned
to the sender at his expense.
9.
Credit on returned parts will be issued at
dealer net price at time of the original
purchase, less a 15% restocking charge.
10. In cases where an item is accepted for
which the original purchase document
can not be determined, the price will be
based on the list price that was effective
twelve months prior to the RMA date.
11. Credit issued will be applied to future
purchases only.
A $20.00 to $50.00 surcharge will be added to
the invoice for special handling including bus
shipments, insured parcel post or in cases
where Multiquip must personally deliver the
parts to the carrier.
LIMITATION OF WARRANTIES
No warranties, express or implied, are made in
connection with the sale of parts or trade
accessories nor as to any engine not
manufactured by Multiquip. Such warranties
made in connection with the sale of new,
complete units are made exclusively by a
statement of warranty packaged with such
units, and Multiquip neither assumes not
authorizes any person to assume for it any
other obligation or liability whatever in
connection with the sale of its products. A part
from such written statement of warranty, there
are no warranties, express, implied or statutory,
which extend beyond the description of the
products on the face hereof.
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PARTS AND OPERATION MANUAL
HERE'S HOW TO GET HELP
PLEASE HAVE THE MODEL AND SERIAL NUMBER
ON-HAND WHEN CALLING
PARTS DEPARTMENT
800-427-1244 or 310-537-3700
FAX: 800-672-7877 or 310-637-3284
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SERVICE DEPARTMENT/TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE
800-478-1244 or 310-537-3700
FAX: 310- 537-4259
WARRANTY DEPARTMENT
888-661-4279, or 310-661-4279
FAX: 310- 537-1173
MAIN
800-421-1244 or 310-537-3700
FAX: 310-537-3927
MULTIQUIP INC.
POST OFFICE BOX 6254
CARSON, CA 90749
310-537-3700 • 800-421-1244
FAX: 310-537-3927
E-MAIL: mq@multiquip.com
WWW: multiquip.com
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