Worksaver HK-102 Owner`s manual

SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
MOST ACCIDENTS OCCUR BECAUSE OF NEGLECT OR CARELESSNESS.
AVOID NEEDLESS ACCIDENTS BY FOLLOWING ALL OF THE SAFETY PRECAUTIONS LISTED BELOW.
• Machinery should be operated only by those who
are responsible and are authorized to do so.
• Stop the engine, lower all equipment, lock the
brakes, and remove the ignition key before dismounting from the tractor.
• Never stand between tractor and implement while
tractor is being backed to hitch.
• Loose fitting clothing should not be worn, to avoid
catching on various parts.
• Detach implement in area where children normally
do not play.
• When performing adjustments or maintenance on
an implement, first lower it to the ground or block it
securely at a workable height.
• Only a qualified operator should be permitted on
tractor when in operation; no riders allowed.
• Make certain everyone is in the clear before starting
tractor or raising or lowering equipment.
• Operate the tractor and implement only while
seated in the driver’s seat.
• Reduce speed when transporting mounted
implements to avoid bouncing and momentary loss
of steering control.
OWNER’S
MANUAL
• A heavy load can cause instability of the tractor.
Use extreme care during road travel. Slow down on
turns and watch out for bumps. Tractor may need
front counter-weights to counter-balance the weight
of the implement.
• Reduce speed on hillsides or curves so there is no
danger of tipping.
• Avoid driving too close to the edge of ditches or
creeks.
• Do not transport implement on public roads without
reflectors and slow moving vehicle emblem in
daylight and with approved warning lights at night
and other periods of poor visibility.
• Due to the width of some implements, use extra
caution on highways, farm roads, and when
approaching gates.
• Always be sure the implement is in the proper
position for transport.
• Keep alert and watch the front as well as the rear
when working with the implement.
MODEL NO.
HK-102
CAUTION
For Safe Operation
Read Rules And
Instructions Carefully
SINO LEEINGLES, PIDA AYUDA
A AIGUIEN QUE SI LO LEA
PARA QUE LE TRADUZCA LAS
MEDIDAS DE SEGURIDAD.
STATEMENT
OF POLICY
Please work, drive, play and live each day with care
and concern for your safety and that of your family
and fellow citizens.
MAKE EVERY DAY
A HOLIDAY FROM ACCIDENTS
MODEL NO.
HK-102
OWNER’S
MANUAL
3 PT. HITCH ADAPTER KIT
For IHC / Farmall Models C, Super C, 200, 230
It is the policy of Worksaver,
Inc. to improve its products
where it is possible and practical
to do so. Worksaver, Inc.
reserves the right to make
changes or improvements in
design and construction at any
time, without incurring the obligation to make these changes on
previously manufactured units.
3 PT. HITCH ADAPTER KIT
For IHC / Farmall Models C, Super C, 200, 230
Safety Instructions
Tractor Preparation
Operating Instructions
Assembly & Mounting
Maintenance
Repair Parts
CAUTION
THE FOLLOWING SAFETY PRECAUTIONS SHOULD BE THOROUGHLY UNDERSTOOD
BEFORE ATTEMPTING TO BEGIN ASSEMBLING THIS MACHINE
WHEN ORDERING
REPAIR PARTS, ALWAYS
GIVE THE FOLLOWING
INFORMATION:
1.
2.
3.
4.
PART NUMBER
PART DESCRIPTION
MODEL NUMBER
NAME OF ITEM
WORKSAVER LIMITED WARRANTY
W orksaver warrants its implements, parts and accessories to be free from defects
in materials and workmanship for a period of six (6) months from date of purchase.
Upon written approval, W orksaver will repair or exchange without charge any part,
which upon examination by W orksaver or its authorized agent, shall disclose to be
defective.
This does not apply to (1) parts that have worn out in normal use, (2) parts broken
because of improper assembly or operation by the customer, (3) parts accidentally
damaged, (4) failure of parts traceable to improper care, (5) parts failing through use
of implement for purposes other than those for which it was designed.
The obligations assumed by W orksaver and the limitations expressed herein are in
lieu of all other warranties expressed or implied.
JANUARY 1999
W O R K S AVER, INC.
WS-HK009-OG
P.O. BOX 100 LITCHFIELD, IL 62056-0100 (217) 324-5973
WEB: http:// www.worksaver.com E-MAIL: sales@worksaver.com
1. Select an area for assembly that is clean and free
of any debris which might cause persons working
on the assembly to trip.
2. Do not lift heavy parts or assemblies. Use crane,
jack, tackle, fork trucks or other mechanical devices.
3. Preview the assembly instructions in your operator’s manual before proceeding further.
4. If the assembly instructions call for parts or assemblies to be blocked up, use only blocking material
that is in good condition and is capable of handling
the weight of the assembly to be blocked. Also
insure that the blocking material is on a clean, dry
surface.
5. Never put hands, or any part of body, under
blocked up assemblies if at all possible.
6. After completing assembly, thoroughly inspect the
machine to be sure that all nuts, bolts, hydraulic fittings or any other fastened assemblies have been
thoroughly tightened.
7. Before operating the machine, thoroughly read the
operation section of your operator’s manual.
8. Before operating, read the maintenance section of
your operator’s manual to be sure that any parts
requiring lubrication, such as gearboxes, are full, to
avoid any possible damage.
9. Before operating equipment – If you have any
questions regarding the proper assembly or
operation, contact your Worksaver dealer or
representative.
HK-102
3 PT. ADAPTER KIT
R E PAIR PA RT S
To the Owner/Operator/Dealer
All implements with moving parts are potentially hazardous. There is no substitute for a cautious, safe-minded operator who recognizes the potential hazards and follows reasonable safety practices. The manufacturer has designed this
implement to be used with all its safety equipment properly attached to minimize the chance of accidents.
BEFORE YOU START!!
Read the safety messages on the implement and shown in your manual.
Observe the rules of safety and common sense!
THIS SYMBOL MEANS
– ATTENTION!
– BECOME ALERT!
– YOUR SAFETY IS INVOLVED!
THIS SAFETY ALERT SYMBOL IDENTIFIES IMPORTANT
SAFETY WARNING MESSAGES. CAREFULLY READ EACH
WARNING MESSAGE THAT FOLLOWS. FAILURE TO
UNDERSTAND AND OBEY A SAFETY WARNING, OR
RECOGNIZE A SAFETY HAZARD, COULD RESULT IN AN
INJURY OR DEATH TO YOU OR OTHERS AROUND YOU.
THE OPERATOR IS ULTIMATELY RESPONSIBLE FOR THE
SAFETY OF HIMSELF, AS WELL AS OTHERS, IN THE
OPERATING AREA OF THE TRACTOR AND EQUIPMENT.
UNDERSTAND SIGNAL WORDS
Note the use of the signal words DANGER, WARNING
and CAUTION with the safety messages. The
appropriate signal word for each has been selected
using the following guidelines:
WARNING: Indicates a potentially hazardous situation that, if not avoided, could result in death
or serious injury, and includes hazards that are
exposed when guards are removed. It may also
be used to alert against unsafe practices.
DANGER: Indicates an imminently hazardous situation
that, if not avoided, will result in death or serious injury.
This signal word is to be limited to the most extreme
situations typically for machine components which, for
functional purposes, cannot be guarded.
CAUTION: Indicates a potentially hazardous situation that, if not avoided, may result in minor or
moderate injury. It may also be used to alert
against unsafe practices.
I M P O RTA N T S A F E T Y I N F O R M ATION!
Working with unfamiliar equipment can lead to careless injuries. Read this manual, and the manual for your tractor,
before assembly or operating, to acquaint yourself with the machine. It is the equipment owner’s responsibility, if this
equipment is used by any person other than yourself, is loaned or rented, to make certain that the operator, prior to
operating:
1. Reads and understands the operator’s manuals.
2. Is instructed in safe and proper use.
The use of this equipment is subject to certain hazards which cannot be protected against by mechanical
means or product design. All operators of this equipment must read and understand this entire manual, paying
particular attention to safety and operating instructions, prior to using. If there is something in this manual you
do not understand, ask your supervisor, or your dealer, to explain it to you.
Most accidents occur because of neglect or carelessness. Keep all helpers and bystanders twenty-five feet (25’)
from operating equipment. Only properly trained people should operate this tractor and attached implement. It
is recommended the tractor be equipped with a Roll-Over Protection System (ROPS) and a seat belt that is used.
Always stop the tractor, set brake, shut off the tractor engine, remove the tractor key, and lower implement to the
ground before dismounting tractor. Never leave equipment unattended with the tractor running.
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DESCRIPTION
Main Frame Weldment (HK-102)
Drive Zerk 5/16”
Bolt 3/4” – 10 NC x 2” Hex Head
Top Link, Cat. I (AK-500F)
Toplink Pin Cat. I (AK-9)
Linch Pin 7/16” (AK-14)
LH Pull Bracket
RH Pull Bracket
Bolt 5/8” – 11NC x 2” Hex Head
Washer 5/8” Springlock
Washer 5/8” Flat
Pin, Pull 7/8” Dia. x 73/4” Lg.
Spacer, Pull Pin
Hairclip Pin 5/16” (AK-36)
Lift Arm Weldment 34”
Lift Control Arm Weldment
Stabilizer Assembly (Parts 16-19)
Barrel 7/8” – 14NF
Stabilizer End RH
Stabilizer End LH
Nut 7/8” – 14NF Jam Hex
Leveling Assembly (AK-503) (Parts 20-24)
Barrel 11/8” – 7NC x 81/4” Lg.
Knock-In Handle
Lower Lift Bracket RH
Upper Lift Bracket LH
Nut 11/8” – 7NC Jam Hex
Toplink Pin Cat. I (AK-8)
Upper Lift Pin (7/8” Dia. x 31/2”)
Stabilizer Stub Pin (AK-378) with Washer & Nut
Bolt 5/8” – 11NC x 21/4” Hex Head
Nut 5/8” – 11NC Hex Nylock
Safety Sign – Caution (Stay Clear of Arms)
Safety Sign – Warning (Pull from Drawbar)
NO.
REQ.
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Obey All
Safety Warnings
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HK-102
3 PT. ADAPTER KIT
E X P L O D E D PA RTS VIEW
S A F E T Y I N F O R M ATION
(continued)
All equipment is potentially hazardous. There is no substitute for a cautious, safe-minded operator who
recognizes potential hazards and follows reasonable safety practices.
When the use of hand tools is required to perform any part of assembly, installation, adjustment, maintaining,
repairing, removal, or moving the implement, be sure the tools used are designed and recommended by the
tool manufacturer for that specific task.
Personal protection equipment including safety glasses, safety shoes, and gloves are recommended during
assembly, installation, operation, adjustment, maintaining, repairing, removal, or moving of the hitch kit.
Always use two people to handle heavy, unwieldy components during assembly, installation, removal, or
moving of the hitch kit.
Never place any part of your body where it would be in danger if movement should occur during assembly,
installation, operation, maintaining, repairing, removal, or moving the implement.
Never place yourself between the tractor and implement while implement is in operation.
Do not work under a raised implement unless it is securely blocked or held in position. Do not depend on the
tractor hydraulic system to hold the implement in place.
A heavy load can cause instability of the tractor. Use extreme care during travel. Slow down on turns and
watch out for bumps. The tractor may need front counter-weights to counter-balance the weight of the
implement. An unstable tractor could steer badly and possibly tip over, causing injury or death.
Never use alcoholic beverages or drugs which can hinder alertness or coordination while operating equipment.
Consult your doctor about operating tractor and implement while taking prescription medications.
Do not allow others to ride on the tractor with an operator. Riders are subject to injury such as being struck by
foreign objects or being thrown off. Riders obstruct the operator’s view resulting in unsafe operation. Never
allow anyone to ride on the implement!
Before you operate any implement, check over all pins, bolts and connections to be sure all are securely in
place. Replace any damaged or worn parts immediately.
Do not allow anyone who is not familiar with the safety rules and operation instructions to use this equipment.
Never allow children to operate or be around equipment.
Do not exceed lift capacity of the tractor hitch.
Keep alert and watch the front as well as the rear when working with the attached implements.
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S A F E T Y I N F O R M ATION
(continued)
When maneuvering close to buildings or passing through narrow areas, be sure to allow sufficient clearance
for the implement.
Do not operate close to ditches or creeks. Slow down when operating over rough ground.
SAFETY SIGNS
REPLACE SAFETY SIGNS
IF DAMAGED OR MISSING!
Always be sure the implement is in the fully raised position when in transport.
Pull from drawbar or lower 3 pt. arms only. Failure to hitch properly could cause tractor to flip over, resulting in
serious injury or death.
Use extreme caution when backfilling deep holes or trenches.
WARNING
Use care when working on slopes.
Pull from drawbar
or 3-Pt. lower lift
arms only. Failure
to hitch properly
could cause tractor
flip-over, resulting
in serious injury or
death.
Avoid excessive speed during operation.
Make adjustments only when the implement is attached to the tractor.
When using a rear blade in a reverse position, use extra care. Do not ram rear blade into piles of dirt. Tractor
lift arms and the rear blade are not built to take high impact loads in this position. Ramming backwards can
also dislodge operator from seat and/or tractor controls, resulting in possible serious injury or death.
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Always ease the tractor into the load. It may be necessary to reposition and take less “bite” on the material to
move it safely.
Watch for and avoid hidden obstructions, i.e., buried pipes, rocks, concrete piers, uneven concrete slabs,
stumps, etc., when operating rear blades, box scrapers, or other ground engaging implements.
NEVER operate any PTO driven implement unless tractor PTO guard is in place and PTO driveline shielding
is in place.
Always shut off tractor and shift to “Park” or set brakes when leaving tractor. Always lower implement to
ground. Remove key when leaving tractor unattended.
Before operating equipment: if you have any questions regarding the proper assembly or operation, contact
your dealer or representative.
Safety is a primary concern in the design and
manufacture of our products. Unfortunately, our
efforts to provide safe equipment can be wiped out
by a single careless act of an operator.
In addition to the design and configuration of equipment, hazard control and accident prevention are
dependent upon the awareness, concern, prudence
and proper training of personnel involved in the
operation, transport, maintenance and storage of
equipment.
It has been said, “The best safety device is an
informed, careful operator.” We ask you to be that
kind of an operator.
ALWAYS OBEY ALL
SAFETY RULES!
ALWAYS BE CAREFUL!
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ALWAYS OBEY ALL SAFETY RULES!!
ALWAYS BE CAREFUL!!
U Keep children away from danger all day, every day.
U Equip tractors with roll-over protection (ROPS) and keep all machinery
guards in place.
U Please work, drive, play, and live each day with care and concern for your
safety and that of your family and fellow citizens.
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INSTRUCTIONS
(continued)
STORING SAFELY
W ARNING!
• Never store equipment with fuel in the tank inside a
building where fumes may reach an open flame or
spark. Allow engine to cool before storing in an
enclosure.
Be sure your tractor is in good condition and
properly equipped with counterweights. Read all the
safety precautions and make sure all tractor
operations are familiar with the safety rules of tractor
operation.
INSTRUCTIONS
The Model HK-102 hitch adapter kit is designed for the
IHC/Farmall Model C, Super C, 200 and 230 tractors.
This kit is for tractors equipped with a standard swinging
drawbar. NOT for tractors with the IHC fast hitch (2 pt.).
This kit uses the existing hydraulic lift on the tractor to
raise and lower the 3 pt. hitch.
CAUTION!
Be sure your tractor is in good condition and
properly equipped with counterweights. Read all the
safety precautions and make sure all tractor
operators are familiar with the safety rules of tractor
operation.
• Do not run engine indoors - exhaust gases contain
carbon monoxide, an odorless and deadly poison.
• Sand areas where paint is chipped or worn and
repaint to prevent rust. Lubricate all pivot locations on
hitch kit to prevent moisture damage during storage.
CAUTION!
When using a 3 pt. hitch rear blade in a reverse
position (bulldozing), use extra care. DO NOT RAM
BLADE into dirt or packed snow piles! Tractor lift
arms and the blade are not built to take high impact
loads in this position. RAMMING backwards can also
dislodge operator from seat and/or tractor controls,
resulting in possible serious injury or death.
Always ease the tractor into the load. It may be
necessary to reposition and take less “bite” on the
material to move it safely.
Watch for and avoid hidden obstructions, i.e.,
buried pipes, rocks, concrete piers, uneven concrete slabs, stumps, etc., when operating. This is
especially of concern when removing snow.
T R A C T O R P R E PA R AT I O N
Be sure tires and rims are in good condition. Inflate tires
to the proper recommended air pressure.
Check the tractor’s hydraulic system. Refer to your
tractor operator’s manual or dealer for any adjustments
necessary to put the hydraulic system in good working
order. (I&T shop manuals will list most specifications and
adjustment instructions – available from most farm
equipment dealers.)
Check the shield over the PTO stub shaft. Make sure it
is in good condition and bolted securely to the tractor.
Purchase a new shield if old shield is damaged or
missing. (You may have to use a tractor salvage yard for
replacement parts on older tractors.)
It is recommended that a ROPS (Roll-Over Protection
Structure) be installed on all tractors. Contact your local
dealer for ROPS for your tractor.
Check the threaded holes that go into the rear tractor
housing and make sure the threads are in good condition
and that the holes are clean.
MAINTENANCE
Inspect the hitch kit for loose, damaged or worn parts
and adjust or replace if needed.
Repaint parts where paint is worn or scratched to prevent rust.
Check all bolts and nuts to be sure they are tight.
Periodically oil the following:
a. Top link (upper 3rd link) threads
b. Ball sockets
c. Leveling assembly threads
d. Stabilizer bar threads
PA C K I N G
The three point hitch kit is shipped as 1 carton and 2
bundles.
1. The carton contains all of the hardware.
2. One bundle is the main frame.
3. One bundle is the lift control arms.
A S S E M B LY
For instruction reference, the terms front or rear are
based on the operator facing forward on the tractor, thus
front is toward the front of the tractor and the rear is to
the rear of the tractor.
It is suggested that all the instructions be read before
beginning assembly.
Check the exploded view of the HK-102 hitch kit in this
manual to get an idea of the relationship between the
parts.
Place the main hitch frame in position on the upper rear
part of the differential housing. Insert the 3/4” x 2” hex
head bolts with lockwasher through the upper holes (two
each side) in the hitch frame and into the housing on the
tractor. Leave all bolts loose at this time.
Remove the swinging drawbar bracket bolts on each
side to install the right and left hand pull brackets over
the outside of the existing drawbar brackets. (Do one
side at a time.)
Place the 5/8” x 2” hex bolt with lockwasher through the
rear oval hole in the pull bracket, the lower hole of the
main frame, and into the housing of the tractor. Leave the
bolt loose for now.
Swing the pull bracket up into position and using a 5/8” –
11 x 21/4” hex bolt with lockwasher, place it through the
front oval hole of the pull bracket, the drawbar mounting
bracket, and into the tractor housing. Repeat this
procedure for the opposite side, then tighten all the bolts.
NOTE: These holes on the sides of the differential housing may have painted cork plugs in them. It is necessary
to remove the cork and clean the holes.
CAUTION!
If an air hose is used to blow any loose rust or dirt
from the holes, be sure safety glasses are used to
prevent particles from entering an eye.
OBEY ALL
S A F E T Y WARNINGS!
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The HK-102 kit is designed to lift up to 800 pounds.
This capacity of lift is calculated at a point 24” to the rear
of the lift arms. The lifting capacity is dependent on the
pressure and condition of the tractor’s hydraulic system.
You will also find that the closer the load is kept to the
tractor, the more you will be able to lift. The tractor and
the hitch may be damaged if you use heavier loads.
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INSTRUCTIONS
A S S E M B LY
NOTE: Angle of Stabilizer Ends
The ends of the stabilizer bars (ref. #17, 18) may not be
at the correct angle for your hitch. Since this hitch kit can
connect to either Category I (26” pull pin width) or to
Category II (32” pull pin width) equipment, slightly different angles will be required on the stabilizer bar threaded
stub ends. If the angle is not correct for your desired hitch
spacing, place one end of the stabilizer bar threaded
stub in a vise and apply hand pressure to the other end
of the stabilizer bar assembly until desired angle is
obtained. Reverse the stabilizer assembly in the vise and
repeat for the other end.
It is suggested that you connect the lift arm ends to a
piece of equipment or install a 3 pt. drawbar and center
the lift arms (side to side) so you can easily determine
what angle correction may be required.
(continued)
Attach the two lift control arms (slotted end goes to the
hitch main frame) to the hydraulic lift quadrant on the
tractor. Using one of the 5/8” – 11 x 21/4” hex head bolts,
2 flat washers, and locknut, attach the other end to the
upright arm on the main frame (arm without ball
socket). Use the slot so that the hitch will float as the
tractor navigates rough terrain. Be sure to use a flat
washer against the slot. Check to see that the lift
control arm moves freely but without excessive
looseness.
On both the outer left-hand and the right-hand ends of
the pull brackets, start the ends of the pull pins (ref.
#11) through the outer pull bracket ears. Position the
pull pin so that the end with NO hole goes to the inside.
As soon as the end of the pull pin passes through the
first outer pull bracket ear, slide the pull pin spacer (ref.
#12) on the pin so that it is located between the first
and second pull bracket ears. Slide the pull pin in
further until the end is just entering the second pull
bracket ear.
Then place the forward end of the lift arm between the
large side plate on the pull bracket and the second pull
bracket. Slide the pull pin in further so that it goes
through the ball end of the lift arm and enters the hole
in the large side plate.
Rotate the pull pin so that the holes in the pin are
horizontal. Slide the spacer tube and adjust the pull pin
so that a large (5/16”) hairpin clip can be inserted through
the center hole of the pull pin. This locks the pull pin in
place on each side.
Pin the leveling assemblies (ref. #20-24) to the
rockershaft lift arms (arms with balls welded on), using
the 7/8” flat head pins (ref. #26) and linchpins.
Raise the lift arms, sliding them between the clevis
ends of the lift arm leveling assemblies, and pin them in
place.
Install the stabilizer stub pins (ref. #27) in the forward
holes of each lift arm. Have the large (7/8”) diameter of
the stub pin to the outside of the lift arm and the
threaded nut to the inside. Do not use a lockwasher
under the nut. Place a screwdriver or small bar
through the linchpin hole and tighten the nut on the stub
pin.
Place one end of the stabilizer bars (ref. #16-19) over
the ends of the pull pins on the outside of the pull
bracket and secure with linchpins.
The stabilizer bars have threaded ends and can be
adjusted to the correct length by turning the center
barrel. Adjust the stabilizer bars, then slide the other
end over the stabilizer stub pins in the lift arms. Secure
in place with linchpins.
INSTRUCTIONS
(continued)
NOTE: Use of Stabilizer Bars
For some implements such as post hole diggers, rear
blades, landscape rakes, and rear 3 pt. scoops, you
need to install the stabilizer bars to eliminate side
movement of the hitch to control the implement.
With other implements, such as 3 pt. plows, disc
harrows, field cultivators, and harrows, it is best to
remove the stabilizer bars and allow the hitch side
movement. This makes it easier to steer the tractor and
minimize side pressure on the hitch and the implement
when turning.
NOTE: When connecting the hitch to an implement, it will
be necessary to remove the lift arm end of the stabilizer
bar from the lift arm. This allows the lift arm to swing out
and be installed on the pull pin of the implement.
After the lift arms are connected to the implement, the
stabilizer bars need to be reconnected and adjusted so
that the implement is centered behind the tractor.
Attach the center link to the main frame using the 3/4”
toplink pin and linchpin provided.
Tighten all bolts before using this kit.
Check to make sure that the hitch is operating smoothly.
Read manual before operating.
SAFETY TRAINING
• Know your controls and how to stop tractor, engine,
and PTO quickly in an emergency. READ THIS
MANUAL AND THE ONE PROVIDED WITH YOUR
TRACTOR.
• To avoid accident or injury, do not allow anyone to
operate this equipment without proper instructions.
Any person who operates this equipment must be
instructed in and be capable of the safe operation of
the tractor, implement and all controls.
Figure 1.
• Do not allow children to operate this machine.
• Always wear relatively tight and belted clothing to
avoid entanglement in moving parts. Wear sturdy,
rough-soled work shoes and protective equipment for
eyes, hands, and hearing. Never operate tractor in
bare feet, sandals, or sneakers.
When using 3 pt. hitch equipment, a minimum 20%
of tractor and equipment weight must be on tractor
front wheels. Without this weight, tractor could tip
up, causing possible loss of control and possible
personal injury or death. The weight may be attained
with a front end loader, front wheel weights, ballast
in tires or front tractor weights. When attaining a
minimum 20% of tractor and equipment weight on
the front wheels, you must not exceed the ROPS
weight certification. Weigh the tractor and equipment. DO NOT GUESS OR ESTIMATE!
• Operate only in daylight or good artificial light.
• Ensure implement is properly mounted, adjusted and
in good operating condition.
• Ensure that all safety shielding and safety signs are
properly installed and in good condition.
The adjustable screw type top link can also be shortened or lengthened to adapt different implements and
can be used to obtain various degrees of pitch on the
implements you are using.
The ball sockets on the lift arms are two-way balls, so
they will accommodate both Category I or Category II lift
pins on the implement. If the drawbar or implement has
Category I (7/8”) pins, make sure the balls are turned so
that the 7/8” diameter holes are used.
O P E R AT I O N
Two holes are provided on the lift arms to connect to the
lower ends of the leveling assemblies.
The forward holes will provide the greatest lifting range
for the ball ends of the lift arms. The rear holes will allow
heavier loads to be handled by the hitch.
The adjustable screw type leveling assemblies will
provide additional adjustment in the lifting height of the
hitch.
NOTE: If the larger 11/8” diameter holes are used with the
smaller 7/8” pins, the ball sockets will “hole out,” for which
Worksaver cannot be responsible. If you do use smaller
7
/8” diameter lift pins and the larger 11/8” diameter ball
holes, be sure to use lift arm adapter bushings to eliminate the excess play or loose fit.
W ARNING!
▲ Be sure tractor engine is off and key is removed
before making any adjustments.
▲ Do not get under machine to make measurements
or adjustments without securely blocking implement first.
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Tractor Stability
W ARNING!
NOTE: BE SURE THAT AT LEAST 11/4” OF THREAD
ON EACH END IS ENGAGED INTO THE THREADED
BARREL OF THE LEVELING ASSEMBLIES.
▲ Keep clear of rotating parts; stay on tractor seat
until all motion has stopped.
(continued)
W ARNING!
The stabilizer bars should be used whenever possible,
as they not only prevent side sway, but provide rigidity
and stability to the unit – plus added strength. The stabilizer bars are threaded stubs so their length can be
adjusted so the spread of the lift arms can be increased
or decreased to accommodate the different width of
Category I and Category II tools.
A heavy load can cause instability in driving a tractor. Make sure the front of the tractor is properly
counter-balanced with weights. Always drive slowly
– especially around turns. An unstable tractor could
steer badly and possibly tip over, causing injury or
death.
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INSTRUCTIONS
A S S E M B LY
NOTE: Angle of Stabilizer Ends
The ends of the stabilizer bars (ref. #17, 18) may not be
at the correct angle for your hitch. Since this hitch kit can
connect to either Category I (26” pull pin width) or to
Category II (32” pull pin width) equipment, slightly different angles will be required on the stabilizer bar threaded
stub ends. If the angle is not correct for your desired hitch
spacing, place one end of the stabilizer bar threaded
stub in a vise and apply hand pressure to the other end
of the stabilizer bar assembly until desired angle is
obtained. Reverse the stabilizer assembly in the vise and
repeat for the other end.
It is suggested that you connect the lift arm ends to a
piece of equipment or install a 3 pt. drawbar and center
the lift arms (side to side) so you can easily determine
what angle correction may be required.
(continued)
Attach the two lift control arms (slotted end goes to the
hitch main frame) to the hydraulic lift quadrant on the
tractor. Using one of the 5/8” – 11 x 21/4” hex head bolts,
2 flat washers, and locknut, attach the other end to the
upright arm on the main frame (arm without ball
socket). Use the slot so that the hitch will float as the
tractor navigates rough terrain. Be sure to use a flat
washer against the slot. Check to see that the lift
control arm moves freely but without excessive
looseness.
On both the outer left-hand and the right-hand ends of
the pull brackets, start the ends of the pull pins (ref.
#11) through the outer pull bracket ears. Position the
pull pin so that the end with NO hole goes to the inside.
As soon as the end of the pull pin passes through the
first outer pull bracket ear, slide the pull pin spacer (ref.
#12) on the pin so that it is located between the first
and second pull bracket ears. Slide the pull pin in
further until the end is just entering the second pull
bracket ear.
Then place the forward end of the lift arm between the
large side plate on the pull bracket and the second pull
bracket. Slide the pull pin in further so that it goes
through the ball end of the lift arm and enters the hole
in the large side plate.
Rotate the pull pin so that the holes in the pin are
horizontal. Slide the spacer tube and adjust the pull pin
so that a large (5/16”) hairpin clip can be inserted through
the center hole of the pull pin. This locks the pull pin in
place on each side.
Pin the leveling assemblies (ref. #20-24) to the
rockershaft lift arms (arms with balls welded on), using
the 7/8” flat head pins (ref. #26) and linchpins.
Raise the lift arms, sliding them between the clevis
ends of the lift arm leveling assemblies, and pin them in
place.
Install the stabilizer stub pins (ref. #27) in the forward
holes of each lift arm. Have the large (7/8”) diameter of
the stub pin to the outside of the lift arm and the
threaded nut to the inside. Do not use a lockwasher
under the nut. Place a screwdriver or small bar
through the linchpin hole and tighten the nut on the stub
pin.
Place one end of the stabilizer bars (ref. #16-19) over
the ends of the pull pins on the outside of the pull
bracket and secure with linchpins.
The stabilizer bars have threaded ends and can be
adjusted to the correct length by turning the center
barrel. Adjust the stabilizer bars, then slide the other
end over the stabilizer stub pins in the lift arms. Secure
in place with linchpins.
INSTRUCTIONS
(continued)
NOTE: Use of Stabilizer Bars
For some implements such as post hole diggers, rear
blades, landscape rakes, and rear 3 pt. scoops, you
need to install the stabilizer bars to eliminate side
movement of the hitch to control the implement.
With other implements, such as 3 pt. plows, disc
harrows, field cultivators, and harrows, it is best to
remove the stabilizer bars and allow the hitch side
movement. This makes it easier to steer the tractor and
minimize side pressure on the hitch and the implement
when turning.
NOTE: When connecting the hitch to an implement, it will
be necessary to remove the lift arm end of the stabilizer
bar from the lift arm. This allows the lift arm to swing out
and be installed on the pull pin of the implement.
After the lift arms are connected to the implement, the
stabilizer bars need to be reconnected and adjusted so
that the implement is centered behind the tractor.
Attach the center link to the main frame using the 3/4”
toplink pin and linchpin provided.
Tighten all bolts before using this kit.
Check to make sure that the hitch is operating smoothly.
Read manual before operating.
SAFETY TRAINING
• Know your controls and how to stop tractor, engine,
and PTO quickly in an emergency. READ THIS
MANUAL AND THE ONE PROVIDED WITH YOUR
TRACTOR.
• To avoid accident or injury, do not allow anyone to
operate this equipment without proper instructions.
Any person who operates this equipment must be
instructed in and be capable of the safe operation of
the tractor, implement and all controls.
Figure 1.
• Do not allow children to operate this machine.
• Always wear relatively tight and belted clothing to
avoid entanglement in moving parts. Wear sturdy,
rough-soled work shoes and protective equipment for
eyes, hands, and hearing. Never operate tractor in
bare feet, sandals, or sneakers.
When using 3 pt. hitch equipment, a minimum 20%
of tractor and equipment weight must be on tractor
front wheels. Without this weight, tractor could tip
up, causing possible loss of control and possible
personal injury or death. The weight may be attained
with a front end loader, front wheel weights, ballast
in tires or front tractor weights. When attaining a
minimum 20% of tractor and equipment weight on
the front wheels, you must not exceed the ROPS
weight certification. Weigh the tractor and equipment. DO NOT GUESS OR ESTIMATE!
• Operate only in daylight or good artificial light.
• Ensure implement is properly mounted, adjusted and
in good operating condition.
• Ensure that all safety shielding and safety signs are
properly installed and in good condition.
The adjustable screw type top link can also be shortened or lengthened to adapt different implements and
can be used to obtain various degrees of pitch on the
implements you are using.
The ball sockets on the lift arms are two-way balls, so
they will accommodate both Category I or Category II lift
pins on the implement. If the drawbar or implement has
Category I (7/8”) pins, make sure the balls are turned so
that the 7/8” diameter holes are used.
O P E R AT I O N
Two holes are provided on the lift arms to connect to the
lower ends of the leveling assemblies.
The forward holes will provide the greatest lifting range
for the ball ends of the lift arms. The rear holes will allow
heavier loads to be handled by the hitch.
The adjustable screw type leveling assemblies will
provide additional adjustment in the lifting height of the
hitch.
NOTE: If the larger 11/8” diameter holes are used with the
smaller 7/8” pins, the ball sockets will “hole out,” for which
Worksaver cannot be responsible. If you do use smaller
7
/8” diameter lift pins and the larger 11/8” diameter ball
holes, be sure to use lift arm adapter bushings to eliminate the excess play or loose fit.
W ARNING!
▲ Be sure tractor engine is off and key is removed
before making any adjustments.
▲ Do not get under machine to make measurements
or adjustments without securely blocking implement first.
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Tractor Stability
W ARNING!
NOTE: BE SURE THAT AT LEAST 11/4” OF THREAD
ON EACH END IS ENGAGED INTO THE THREADED
BARREL OF THE LEVELING ASSEMBLIES.
▲ Keep clear of rotating parts; stay on tractor seat
until all motion has stopped.
(continued)
W ARNING!
The stabilizer bars should be used whenever possible,
as they not only prevent side sway, but provide rigidity
and stability to the unit – plus added strength. The stabilizer bars are threaded stubs so their length can be
adjusted so the spread of the lift arms can be increased
or decreased to accommodate the different width of
Category I and Category II tools.
A heavy load can cause instability in driving a tractor. Make sure the front of the tractor is properly
counter-balanced with weights. Always drive slowly
– especially around turns. An unstable tractor could
steer badly and possibly tip over, causing injury or
death.
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INSTRUCTIONS
(continued)
STORING SAFELY
W ARNING!
• Never store equipment with fuel in the tank inside a
building where fumes may reach an open flame or
spark. Allow engine to cool before storing in an
enclosure.
Be sure your tractor is in good condition and
properly equipped with counterweights. Read all the
safety precautions and make sure all tractor
operations are familiar with the safety rules of tractor
operation.
INSTRUCTIONS
The Model HK-102 hitch adapter kit is designed for the
IHC/Farmall Model C, Super C, 200 and 230 tractors.
This kit is for tractors equipped with a standard swinging
drawbar. NOT for tractors with the IHC fast hitch (2 pt.).
This kit uses the existing hydraulic lift on the tractor to
raise and lower the 3 pt. hitch.
CAUTION!
Be sure your tractor is in good condition and
properly equipped with counterweights. Read all the
safety precautions and make sure all tractor
operators are familiar with the safety rules of tractor
operation.
• Do not run engine indoors - exhaust gases contain
carbon monoxide, an odorless and deadly poison.
• Sand areas where paint is chipped or worn and
repaint to prevent rust. Lubricate all pivot locations on
hitch kit to prevent moisture damage during storage.
CAUTION!
When using a 3 pt. hitch rear blade in a reverse
position (bulldozing), use extra care. DO NOT RAM
BLADE into dirt or packed snow piles! Tractor lift
arms and the blade are not built to take high impact
loads in this position. RAMMING backwards can also
dislodge operator from seat and/or tractor controls,
resulting in possible serious injury or death.
Always ease the tractor into the load. It may be
necessary to reposition and take less “bite” on the
material to move it safely.
Watch for and avoid hidden obstructions, i.e.,
buried pipes, rocks, concrete piers, uneven concrete slabs, stumps, etc., when operating. This is
especially of concern when removing snow.
T R A C T O R P R E PA R AT I O N
Be sure tires and rims are in good condition. Inflate tires
to the proper recommended air pressure.
Check the tractor’s hydraulic system. Refer to your
tractor operator’s manual or dealer for any adjustments
necessary to put the hydraulic system in good working
order. (I&T shop manuals will list most specifications and
adjustment instructions – available from most farm
equipment dealers.)
Check the shield over the PTO stub shaft. Make sure it
is in good condition and bolted securely to the tractor.
Purchase a new shield if old shield is damaged or
missing. (You may have to use a tractor salvage yard for
replacement parts on older tractors.)
It is recommended that a ROPS (Roll-Over Protection
Structure) be installed on all tractors. Contact your local
dealer for ROPS for your tractor.
Check the threaded holes that go into the rear tractor
housing and make sure the threads are in good condition
and that the holes are clean.
MAINTENANCE
Inspect the hitch kit for loose, damaged or worn parts
and adjust or replace if needed.
Repaint parts where paint is worn or scratched to prevent rust.
Check all bolts and nuts to be sure they are tight.
Periodically oil the following:
a. Top link (upper 3rd link) threads
b. Ball sockets
c. Leveling assembly threads
d. Stabilizer bar threads
PA C K I N G
The three point hitch kit is shipped as 1 carton and 2
bundles.
1. The carton contains all of the hardware.
2. One bundle is the main frame.
3. One bundle is the lift control arms.
A S S E M B LY
For instruction reference, the terms front or rear are
based on the operator facing forward on the tractor, thus
front is toward the front of the tractor and the rear is to
the rear of the tractor.
It is suggested that all the instructions be read before
beginning assembly.
Check the exploded view of the HK-102 hitch kit in this
manual to get an idea of the relationship between the
parts.
Place the main hitch frame in position on the upper rear
part of the differential housing. Insert the 3/4” x 2” hex
head bolts with lockwasher through the upper holes (two
each side) in the hitch frame and into the housing on the
tractor. Leave all bolts loose at this time.
Remove the swinging drawbar bracket bolts on each
side to install the right and left hand pull brackets over
the outside of the existing drawbar brackets. (Do one
side at a time.)
Place the 5/8” x 2” hex bolt with lockwasher through the
rear oval hole in the pull bracket, the lower hole of the
main frame, and into the housing of the tractor. Leave the
bolt loose for now.
Swing the pull bracket up into position and using a 5/8” –
11 x 21/4” hex bolt with lockwasher, place it through the
front oval hole of the pull bracket, the drawbar mounting
bracket, and into the tractor housing. Repeat this
procedure for the opposite side, then tighten all the bolts.
NOTE: These holes on the sides of the differential housing may have painted cork plugs in them. It is necessary
to remove the cork and clean the holes.
CAUTION!
If an air hose is used to blow any loose rust or dirt
from the holes, be sure safety glasses are used to
prevent particles from entering an eye.
OBEY ALL
S A F E T Y WARNINGS!
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The HK-102 kit is designed to lift up to 800 pounds.
This capacity of lift is calculated at a point 24” to the rear
of the lift arms. The lifting capacity is dependent on the
pressure and condition of the tractor’s hydraulic system.
You will also find that the closer the load is kept to the
tractor, the more you will be able to lift. The tractor and
the hitch may be damaged if you use heavier loads.
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S A F E T Y I N F O R M ATION
(continued)
When maneuvering close to buildings or passing through narrow areas, be sure to allow sufficient clearance
for the implement.
Do not operate close to ditches or creeks. Slow down when operating over rough ground.
SAFETY SIGNS
REPLACE SAFETY SIGNS
IF DAMAGED OR MISSING!
Always be sure the implement is in the fully raised position when in transport.
Pull from drawbar or lower 3 pt. arms only. Failure to hitch properly could cause tractor to flip over, resulting in
serious injury or death.
Use extreme caution when backfilling deep holes or trenches.
WARNING
Use care when working on slopes.
Pull from drawbar
or 3-Pt. lower lift
arms only. Failure
to hitch properly
could cause tractor
flip-over, resulting
in serious injury or
death.
Avoid excessive speed during operation.
Make adjustments only when the implement is attached to the tractor.
When using a rear blade in a reverse position, use extra care. Do not ram rear blade into piles of dirt. Tractor
lift arms and the rear blade are not built to take high impact loads in this position. Ramming backwards can
also dislodge operator from seat and/or tractor controls, resulting in possible serious injury or death.
101082
Always ease the tractor into the load. It may be necessary to reposition and take less “bite” on the material to
move it safely.
Watch for and avoid hidden obstructions, i.e., buried pipes, rocks, concrete piers, uneven concrete slabs,
stumps, etc., when operating rear blades, box scrapers, or other ground engaging implements.
NEVER operate any PTO driven implement unless tractor PTO guard is in place and PTO driveline shielding
is in place.
Always shut off tractor and shift to “Park” or set brakes when leaving tractor. Always lower implement to
ground. Remove key when leaving tractor unattended.
Before operating equipment: if you have any questions regarding the proper assembly or operation, contact
your dealer or representative.
Safety is a primary concern in the design and
manufacture of our products. Unfortunately, our
efforts to provide safe equipment can be wiped out
by a single careless act of an operator.
In addition to the design and configuration of equipment, hazard control and accident prevention are
dependent upon the awareness, concern, prudence
and proper training of personnel involved in the
operation, transport, maintenance and storage of
equipment.
It has been said, “The best safety device is an
informed, careful operator.” We ask you to be that
kind of an operator.
ALWAYS OBEY ALL
SAFETY RULES!
ALWAYS BE CAREFUL!
3
ALWAYS OBEY ALL SAFETY RULES!!
ALWAYS BE CAREFUL!!
U Keep children away from danger all day, every day.
U Equip tractors with roll-over protection (ROPS) and keep all machinery
guards in place.
U Please work, drive, play, and live each day with care and concern for your
safety and that of your family and fellow citizens.
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HK-102
3 PT. ADAPTER KIT
E X P L O D E D PA RTS VIEW
S A F E T Y I N F O R M ATION
(continued)
All equipment is potentially hazardous. There is no substitute for a cautious, safe-minded operator who
recognizes potential hazards and follows reasonable safety practices.
When the use of hand tools is required to perform any part of assembly, installation, adjustment, maintaining,
repairing, removal, or moving the implement, be sure the tools used are designed and recommended by the
tool manufacturer for that specific task.
Personal protection equipment including safety glasses, safety shoes, and gloves are recommended during
assembly, installation, operation, adjustment, maintaining, repairing, removal, or moving of the hitch kit.
Always use two people to handle heavy, unwieldy components during assembly, installation, removal, or
moving of the hitch kit.
Never place any part of your body where it would be in danger if movement should occur during assembly,
installation, operation, maintaining, repairing, removal, or moving the implement.
Never place yourself between the tractor and implement while implement is in operation.
Do not work under a raised implement unless it is securely blocked or held in position. Do not depend on the
tractor hydraulic system to hold the implement in place.
A heavy load can cause instability of the tractor. Use extreme care during travel. Slow down on turns and
watch out for bumps. The tractor may need front counter-weights to counter-balance the weight of the
implement. An unstable tractor could steer badly and possibly tip over, causing injury or death.
Never use alcoholic beverages or drugs which can hinder alertness or coordination while operating equipment.
Consult your doctor about operating tractor and implement while taking prescription medications.
Do not allow others to ride on the tractor with an operator. Riders are subject to injury such as being struck by
foreign objects or being thrown off. Riders obstruct the operator’s view resulting in unsafe operation. Never
allow anyone to ride on the implement!
Before you operate any implement, check over all pins, bolts and connections to be sure all are securely in
place. Replace any damaged or worn parts immediately.
Do not allow anyone who is not familiar with the safety rules and operation instructions to use this equipment.
Never allow children to operate or be around equipment.
Do not exceed lift capacity of the tractor hitch.
Keep alert and watch the front as well as the rear when working with the attached implements.
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HK-102
3 PT. ADAPTER KIT
R E PAIR PA RT S
To the Owner/Operator/Dealer
All implements with moving parts are potentially hazardous. There is no substitute for a cautious, safe-minded operator who recognizes the potential hazards and follows reasonable safety practices. The manufacturer has designed this
implement to be used with all its safety equipment properly attached to minimize the chance of accidents.
BEFORE YOU START!!
Read the safety messages on the implement and shown in your manual.
Observe the rules of safety and common sense!
THIS SYMBOL MEANS
– ATTENTION!
– BECOME ALERT!
– YOUR SAFETY IS INVOLVED!
THIS SAFETY ALERT SYMBOL IDENTIFIES IMPORTANT
SAFETY WARNING MESSAGES. CAREFULLY READ EACH
WARNING MESSAGE THAT FOLLOWS. FAILURE TO
UNDERSTAND AND OBEY A SAFETY WARNING, OR
RECOGNIZE A SAFETY HAZARD, COULD RESULT IN AN
INJURY OR DEATH TO YOU OR OTHERS AROUND YOU.
THE OPERATOR IS ULTIMATELY RESPONSIBLE FOR THE
SAFETY OF HIMSELF, AS WELL AS OTHERS, IN THE
OPERATING AREA OF THE TRACTOR AND EQUIPMENT.
UNDERSTAND SIGNAL WORDS
Note the use of the signal words DANGER, WARNING
and CAUTION with the safety messages. The
appropriate signal word for each has been selected
using the following guidelines:
WARNING: Indicates a potentially hazardous situation that, if not avoided, could result in death
or serious injury, and includes hazards that are
exposed when guards are removed. It may also
be used to alert against unsafe practices.
DANGER: Indicates an imminently hazardous situation
that, if not avoided, will result in death or serious injury.
This signal word is to be limited to the most extreme
situations typically for machine components which, for
functional purposes, cannot be guarded.
CAUTION: Indicates a potentially hazardous situation that, if not avoided, may result in minor or
moderate injury. It may also be used to alert
against unsafe practices.
I M P O RTA N T S A F E T Y I N F O R M ATION!
Working with unfamiliar equipment can lead to careless injuries. Read this manual, and the manual for your tractor,
before assembly or operating, to acquaint yourself with the machine. It is the equipment owner’s responsibility, if this
equipment is used by any person other than yourself, is loaned or rented, to make certain that the operator, prior to
operating:
1. Reads and understands the operator’s manuals.
2. Is instructed in safe and proper use.
The use of this equipment is subject to certain hazards which cannot be protected against by mechanical
means or product design. All operators of this equipment must read and understand this entire manual, paying
particular attention to safety and operating instructions, prior to using. If there is something in this manual you
do not understand, ask your supervisor, or your dealer, to explain it to you.
Most accidents occur because of neglect or carelessness. Keep all helpers and bystanders twenty-five feet (25’)
from operating equipment. Only properly trained people should operate this tractor and attached implement. It
is recommended the tractor be equipped with a Roll-Over Protection System (ROPS) and a seat belt that is used.
Always stop the tractor, set brake, shut off the tractor engine, remove the tractor key, and lower implement to the
ground before dismounting tractor. Never leave equipment unattended with the tractor running.
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REF.
NO.
PART
NO.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
NS
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
865104
2504049
2503002
590072
590002
590006
865120
865125
2503048
2502007
2501005
865338
865339
590014
865014
861148
590317
590406
590407
590318
2500018
861131
590278
590145
861136
861139
2500024
590001
860107
590069
2503059
2500041
101039
101082
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
DESCRIPTION
Main Frame Weldment (HK-102)
Drive Zerk 5/16”
Bolt 3/4” – 10 NC x 2” Hex Head
Top Link, Cat. I (AK-500F)
Toplink Pin Cat. I (AK-9)
Linch Pin 7/16” (AK-14)
LH Pull Bracket
RH Pull Bracket
Bolt 5/8” – 11NC x 2” Hex Head
Washer 5/8” Springlock
Washer 5/8” Flat
Pin, Pull 7/8” Dia. x 73/4” Lg.
Spacer, Pull Pin
Hairclip Pin 5/16” (AK-36)
Lift Arm Weldment 34”
Lift Control Arm Weldment
Stabilizer Assembly (Parts 16-19)
Barrel 7/8” – 14NF
Stabilizer End RH
Stabilizer End LH
Nut 7/8” – 14NF Jam Hex
Leveling Assembly (AK-503) (Parts 20-24)
Barrel 11/8” – 7NC x 81/4” Lg.
Knock-In Handle
Lower Lift Bracket RH
Upper Lift Bracket LH
Nut 11/8” – 7NC Jam Hex
Toplink Pin Cat. I (AK-8)
Upper Lift Pin (7/8” Dia. x 31/2”)
Stabilizer Stub Pin (AK-378) with Washer & Nut
Bolt 5/8” – 11NC x 21/4” Hex Head
Nut 5/8” – 11NC Hex Nylock
Safety Sign – Caution (Stay Clear of Arms)
Safety Sign – Warning (Pull from Drawbar)
NO.
REQ.
1
1
2
1
1
9
1
1
2
2
6
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
Obey All
Safety Warnings
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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
MOST ACCIDENTS OCCUR BECAUSE OF NEGLECT OR CARELESSNESS.
AVOID NEEDLESS ACCIDENTS BY FOLLOWING ALL OF THE SAFETY PRECAUTIONS LISTED BELOW.
• Machinery should be operated only by those who
are responsible and are authorized to do so.
• Stop the engine, lower all equipment, lock the
brakes, and remove the ignition key before dismounting from the tractor.
• Never stand between tractor and implement while
tractor is being backed to hitch.
• Loose fitting clothing should not be worn, to avoid
catching on various parts.
• Detach implement in area where children normally
do not play.
• When performing adjustments or maintenance on
an implement, first lower it to the ground or block it
securely at a workable height.
• Only a qualified operator should be permitted on
tractor when in operation; no riders allowed.
• Make certain everyone is in the clear before starting
tractor or raising or lowering equipment.
• Operate the tractor and implement only while
seated in the driver’s seat.
• Reduce speed when transporting mounted
implements to avoid bouncing and momentary loss
of steering control.
OWNER’S
MANUAL
• A heavy load can cause instability of the tractor.
Use extreme care during road travel. Slow down on
turns and watch out for bumps. Tractor may need
front counter-weights to counter-balance the weight
of the implement.
• Reduce speed on hillsides or curves so there is no
danger of tipping.
• Avoid driving too close to the edge of ditches or
creeks.
• Do not transport implement on public roads without
reflectors and slow moving vehicle emblem in
daylight and with approved warning lights at night
and other periods of poor visibility.
• Due to the width of some implements, use extra
caution on highways, farm roads, and when
approaching gates.
• Always be sure the implement is in the proper
position for transport.
• Keep alert and watch the front as well as the rear
when working with the implement.
MODEL NO.
HK-102
CAUTION
For Safe Operation
Read Rules And
Instructions Carefully
SINO LEEINGLES, PIDA AYUDA
A AIGUIEN QUE SI LO LEA
PARA QUE LE TRADUZCA LAS
MEDIDAS DE SEGURIDAD.
STATEMENT
OF POLICY
Please work, drive, play and live each day with care
and concern for your safety and that of your family
and fellow citizens.
MAKE EVERY DAY
A HOLIDAY FROM ACCIDENTS
MODEL NO.
HK-102
OWNER’S
MANUAL
3 PT. HITCH ADAPTER KIT
For IHC / Farmall Models C, Super C, 200, 230
It is the policy of Worksaver,
Inc. to improve its products
where it is possible and practical
to do so. Worksaver, Inc.
reserves the right to make
changes or improvements in
design and construction at any
time, without incurring the obligation to make these changes on
previously manufactured units.
3 PT. HITCH ADAPTER KIT
For IHC / Farmall Models C, Super C, 200, 230
Safety Instructions
Tractor Preparation
Operating Instructions
Assembly & Mounting
Maintenance
Repair Parts
CAUTION
THE FOLLOWING SAFETY PRECAUTIONS SHOULD BE THOROUGHLY UNDERSTOOD
BEFORE ATTEMPTING TO BEGIN ASSEMBLING THIS MACHINE
WHEN ORDERING
REPAIR PARTS, ALWAYS
GIVE THE FOLLOWING
INFORMATION:
1.
2.
3.
4.
PART NUMBER
PART DESCRIPTION
MODEL NUMBER
NAME OF ITEM
WORKSAVER LIMITED WARRANTY
W orksaver warrants its implements, parts and accessories to be free from defects
in materials and workmanship for a period of six (6) months from date of purchase.
Upon written approval, W orksaver will repair or exchange without charge any part,
which upon examination by W orksaver or its authorized agent, shall disclose to be
defective.
This does not apply to (1) parts that have worn out in normal use, (2) parts broken
because of improper assembly or operation by the customer, (3) parts accidentally
damaged, (4) failure of parts traceable to improper care, (5) parts failing through use
of implement for purposes other than those for which it was designed.
The obligations assumed by W orksaver and the limitations expressed herein are in
lieu of all other warranties expressed or implied.
JANUARY 1999
W O R K S AVER, INC.
WS-HK009-OG
P.O. BOX 100 LITCHFIELD, IL 62056-0100 (217) 324-5973
WEB: http:// www.worksaver.com E-MAIL: sales@worksaver.com
1. Select an area for assembly that is clean and free
of any debris which might cause persons working
on the assembly to trip.
2. Do not lift heavy parts or assemblies. Use crane,
jack, tackle, fork trucks or other mechanical devices.
3. Preview the assembly instructions in your operator’s manual before proceeding further.
4. If the assembly instructions call for parts or assemblies to be blocked up, use only blocking material
that is in good condition and is capable of handling
the weight of the assembly to be blocked. Also
insure that the blocking material is on a clean, dry
surface.
5. Never put hands, or any part of body, under
blocked up assemblies if at all possible.
6. After completing assembly, thoroughly inspect the
machine to be sure that all nuts, bolts, hydraulic fittings or any other fastened assemblies have been
thoroughly tightened.
7. Before operating the machine, thoroughly read the
operation section of your operator’s manual.
8. Before operating, read the maintenance section of
your operator’s manual to be sure that any parts
requiring lubrication, such as gearboxes, are full, to
avoid any possible damage.
9. Before operating equipment – If you have any
questions regarding the proper assembly or
operation, contact your Worksaver dealer or
representative.