16
14
46
8
Spinner/Axle Explosion
45
53
58
48
50
51
55
49
49
59
56
14
50
52
54
57
12
36
Frame Explosion
28
42
37
28
40
6
4*
26
42
26
4*
3
6
3
41
33
3
41
61
3
61 41
6
11
9
43
*As needed for shimming
3
1008192 Rev. B
No.
Part Number
Qty Description
No.
Part Number
Qty Description
1
1008067
1
Decal Spyker Square Blue
32
05-94-0068
1
Rate Gate
2
1007773
1
Lever, Control
33
05-90-0102
1
Hair Pin, Small SS
3
05-90-0054
5
1/4-20 x 1-1/2" Hex
Bolt, SS
34
05-94-0069
1
Dial Mount
35
1008083-10
1
Dual Handle Painted
4
05-92-0008
6
1/4" Washer, SS
1008069-01
1
Dual Handle, SS
5
05-94-0051
2
Nylon Flange Bushing
1008087-10
1
Axle Support Painted
6
SS-91-0004
18
1008072-01
1
Axle Support, SS
7
05-90-0121
1
1/4-20 x 3/4" Hex Bolt,
SS
1008090-10
1
Hopper Support Painted
1008075-01
1
Hopper Support, SS
8
1008078
1
Spinner Shaft
38
1007828
2
Handle Knob
9
1008079
1
Linkage Assembly
39
SL-HP-1113-1
1
10
1008082
1
Control Rod
Rate Gate & Dial
Assembly
11
1007794
2
Brace, Cross
40
05-90-0065
1
3/16 x 1-3/4" Clevis Pin
12
1008085
1
Axle
41
05-92-0004
3
Flat Washer, SS
13
1008104
1
Screen
42
05-95-0016-JD
2
Wheel
14
SS-92-0002
2
Felt Washer
43
05-90-0040
1
Rue Ring Locking Pin
15
05-94-0078
1
Pine Tree Clip
44
SS-94-0007
1
Hopper Bottom Bearing
16
SS-96-0003
1
Agitator Wire
45
SS-90-0002
1
1/8 x 7/8" Roll Pin
17
05-94-0043
1
Accuway Diffuser
46
SS-94-0012-1
1
Spinner
18
05-94-0064
6
Nylon Washer
47
05-99-0063
1
On-off Decal
19
1008169
1
Cover
48
SS-90-0001
1
1/8 x 3/4" Roll Pin
20
1008192
1
Manual for push
spreader
49
05-90-0093
2
5/8" Gearbox Bushing
50
05-90-0094
2
21
05-44-2210
1
Accuway Screw Assembly
3/8" Spinner Shaft
Bushing
22
05-71-2205
1
Hopper Bottom Plate
51
05-90-0096
1
3/16 x 1" Dowel Pin, SS
23
SS-94-0006
1
Dial
52
05-94-0033
1
Bevel Gear
24
1008431-01
1
Rate Gate Link, Polished
53
05-94-0034
1
Pinion Gear
25
05-80-0030-R
1
Hopper, Black Plastic
54
05-288-1027
1
Nylon Pin Retainer
1
Hopper, SS
55
05-90-0097
8
#10-24 x 5/8" Flange
Head Bolt, SS
36
1/4-20 Nylon Locknut,
SS
37
26
05-90-0017
2
1/4-20 x 2-3/4" Hex
Bolt, SS
56
05-91-0008
8
#10-24 Nylon Locknut,
SS
27
05-90-0047
2
1/4-20 x 1" Hex Bolt, SS
57
05-94-0037
1
Gear Box Cover Front
28
05-90-0080
8
1/4-20 x 1-3/4" Hex
Bolt, SS
58
05-94-0038
1
Gear Box Cover Rear
29
05-94-0022
2
Handle Grips
59
05-98-0111
1
Grease Zerk 1/4-28
30
05-94-0042
2
Rate Gate/Accuway
Guide
60
05-93-0075
1
Spyker Accuway Label
61
F-283
2
Axle Bearing
31
99-10-0205
5
1/4-20 x 1/2" Hex Bolt,
SS
62
SS-92-0002
4
Felt Washer (For
Stainless Hopper Only)
1008192 Rev. B
4
Figure 1
1.
Figure 4
Push Spreading Spinner onto Spinner Shaft
as shown in Figure 1. Make sure Roll Pin in
Spinner Shaft engages with slot in Spinner.
Zerk Fitting
4.
Install both Axle Bearings into the square holes
as shown in Figure 4.
Install one Washer onto each side of Axle.
Figure 2
2.
Insert Axle Assembly into the square holes on
the Axle Support as shown in Figure 2.
NOTE: Zerk Grease fitting on Transmission
housing must be facing forward.
Align Spinner shaft with Spinner Shaft Bearing
on bottom of hopper and slide through.
Figure 5
Figure 3
5.
3.
Align the Cross Braces to the Hopper and
Axle Supports as shown in Figure 3. Using (4)
1-1/2" Bolts and Nylon Locknuts, assemble
Cross Braces. Tighten Cross Brace Bolts
securely.
5
Locate the hole on Axle closest to the Axle Bearing
and Washer.
Install Wheel (valve stem out) onto Axle as shown in
Figure 5.
Line up the hole on the wheel with hole on the Axle
shaft.
Push Clevis Pin through the hole and pin in place
using the Hair Pin.
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Figure 6
Figure 8
8.
6.
Install Linkage to Lever as shown in Figure 8.
Install Wheel on the opposite side of the Axle
(valve stem out) until it touches Axle Bearing and
Washer.
Install Washer onto the Axle.
Push Rue Ring Locking Pin through Axle hole.
NOTE: Rue Ring Locking Pin will snap into
position as shown in Figure 6. Turn Spreader
assembly over and place on ground.
Figure 9
Figure 7
7.
Inside the hopper, assemble the Felt Washer and
Agitator Wire onto the Spinner Shaft as shown
in Figure 7.
NOTE: Notice orientation and sweep of Agitator Wire (Shown in Figure 7)
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9.
6
Turn Handle Assembly sideways and install
Linkage into Rate Gate Lever as shown in
Figure 9.
Figure 11
Figure 10
10. Attach Handle Assembly to Frame using (4) 1/4
x 1-3/4" Bolts and 1/4" Nylon Locknuts as
shown in Figure 10.
11. Install Handle Grips on Handles of Spreader as
shown in Figure 11.
READ BEFORE USING
OPERATE SAFELY
Keep bystanders away when you operate this machine.
Use this machine for intended purpose only.
Do not wear loose fitting clothing that can get caught in
moving parts.
Do not let children or an untrained person operate
machine.
Always wear eye protection when operating the
equipment.
Keep all parts in good condition and properly installed.
Fix damaged parts immediately. Replace worn or broken
parts.
Stay alert for holes in the terrain and other hidden
hazards.
Watch out for traffic when crossing or near roadways.
Do not modify the machine or safety devices.
Unauthorized modifications to the machine may impair
its function and safety, and void the warranty.
Before you operate any feature of this machine, observe
your surroundings and look for bystanders.
Do not let anyone sit or ride on equipment during
operation. Keep riders off attachment.
Always wash hands after contact with fertilizers and
pesticides.
Wear substantial footwear and long trousers. Do not
operate the equipment when barefoot or wearing open
sandals.
Keep all nuts, bolts and screws tight to be sure the
equipment is in safe working condition.
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1008192 Rev. B
READ BEFORE USING
Become Familiar With The Operation Of The Spreader Before
You Put Material In The Hopper
•
Practice walking with the spreader, opening and
closing the rate gate at the appropriate times.
•
Travel at a constant speed and operate the spreader
lever position. Remember: Open the rate gate after
the spreader is in motion at operating speed (about
3 mph, or at a brisk walking pace).
•
dial setting on the low side. If the setting proves to
be too low, cover the area more than one time. A
higher setting can be used when a proven dial setting is
established.
Remember: Published dial settings are
approximate only. The operation of the spreader, the
condition of the material (damp or dry or over-pulverized)
and weather conditions, are all contributing factors.
For these reasons, it is often a good idea to spread the
area 2 times - or one-half rate - in cross directions (SEE
INFORMATION ON ONE-HALF RATE DIAL SETTINGS).
One-half rate dial settings are highly recommended under
damp and humid conditions.
Close the rate gate while spreader is still at
operational speed.
Dial Setting Information
The RATE DIAL has 9 numbers with 10 stops between
each number. This allows for accurate control of the
spreading rate. The dial is set with only a turn, it will
automatically lock into the set position. LINE UP THE
DIAL NUMBER WITH THE DIAL INDICATOR.
Rotary Agitator
Use the rotary agitator only if needed. Free-flowing,
lump-free materials will not require the agitator. The
rotary agitator is easily installed or removed. Note the
clockwise rotation and sweep. Place felt washer around
spinner shaft before inserting agitator.
Rate Dial
•
The spread width ranges from 4 - 12 ft. wide
depending on the volume/density, particle size of the
material, and rate of travel.
•
The spread thins or feathers at the outer edges,
eliminating sharp, "Edge Of Spread" lines which
cause stripes and streaks. Extra coverage can be
given under trees and other heavy feeding areas
without showing "Edge Of Spread" lines.
•
Gaps and double overlaps are less likely. Small
errors in travel are forgiven and do not show.
WARNING: When spreading products containing
herbicides, exercise extreme caution with respect to
careless spreading and to wind-drift.
Contact Of Some Products On
Some Plants Can Be Fatal
If a dial setting is not found, use the size and weight
comparison table found in this manual. Determine a
1008192 Rev. B
8
READ BEFORE USING
to wonder where you are or where you have been.
Continue until spreading is completed.
Now You Are Ready To Put
Material In The Hopper
•
WARNING: Avoid Injury! Chemicals can be
dangerous. Avoid injury to operators or bystanders.
•
Make sure the rate gate is in the closed position.
•
Read chemical container label for handling
instructions. A Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS)
should be supplied by the chemical dealer and
provides proper safety information.
•
Wear proper clothing and safety equipment while
handling or applying chemicals.
•
Prohibit all smoking, drinking, and eating around
chemicals.
•
When spreading products containing herbicides,
exercise extreme caution with respect to careless
spreading and to wind-drift. Contact Of Some
Products On Some Plants Can Be Fatal.
•
Fill the spreader on a flat, level surface only. Fill on
sidewalk, driveway, cardboard, etc. to avoid material
loss.
•
Left over fertilizer can be spread under trees and
other high feeding areas without showing "edge of
spread" lines.
Tip: When not spreading, and if pushing the spreader
some distance, tip the spreader so only the idle wheel is
on the ground.
Header
3’
6’
6’
Header
Cleaning The Spreader Is Part
Of The Spreading Job
When filling hopper with material, always use screen
to help break up clumps.
Now You Are Ready To Spread
Clean and oil spreader immediately after each use.
•
Keep spinner blade clean. Excess material build-up
can cause an uneven spread pattern.
Method #1 - Wipe spreader thoroughly with an oily cloth.
Oil all bearings and bearing areas.
•
Keep the impeller level when spreading.
•
DO NOT overload. Maximum capacity of 8020
Series is 80 lbs. Maximum capacity of 9020 Series
is 110 lbs.
Method #2 - Wash, rinse, and dry the spreader. Note:
Drying takes time. Moisture trapped in bearing areas is
slow to go. Immediately after drying - oil all bearings and
moving parts. Make certain all operations are thorough.
•
DO NOT use on windy days.
•
Spread header strips at the ends of the area
OPPOSITE of the direction of spreading. This will
provide a "turn-around" area, an area to re-align the
spreader for the return spread.
•
Example shown is for 6 ft. wide spread. Make the
first spread pass at one-half the spread width from
the edge of the spreading area or in this case,
approximately 3 feet (or one big step).
•
Additional spreading passes will be at the full spread
width or approximately 6 ft. apart.
•
TAKE A SIGHTING AT THE FAR END. Keep your eye
on the sighting as you spread. You will not need
NOTE: Good "Dry Cleaning" is preferable to poor "Wet
Cleaning".
•
It is virtually impossible to have rust and corrosion on
a clean, dry, oiled surface.
•
Again - just before using - oil all bearings and moving
parts.
•
In storage, ideally the spreader should be hung by
the handle. In any case, do not pile weight on the
spreader, as excess weight over a period of time can
distort the tires.
Oil Bearings And All Moving
Parts
9
Make sure the spreader is running freely!
1008192 Rev. B
NOTE: Dial Settings Are Approximate Only !
Product
Particle Size
Fine Pellets
Mixed Fine
Pellets
Small Pellets
Nitrogen Pellets
Medium Size
Medium Pellets
And Granuals
Large Heavy
Pellets
Lbs. per
1000 sq. ft.
Dial Settings
Full Rate
Once Over
Dial Settings
Half Rate
Twice Over
1
3.6
3.1
2
3
4.0
4.2
3.5
3.7
2
3.7
3.2
4
6
4.7
4.1
5.2
4.5
2
3
4
4.2
2.2
3.7
6
4.5
4
1
3.5
3
2
3
4.2
4.7
3.7
4
2
3
4
6
3.5
4.2
5.2
2
4
6
3.8
4.9
5.9
3.8
4.5
3.3
4.1
4.9
GRASS SEED SPREADING CHART
Product
Bag
Weight
Sq. Ft.
Coverage
Dial Setting
Full Rate
Blue Grass or Red Top
.5 lbs.
1,000
1.25
4
1 lbs.
1,000
2.0
4
2 lbs.
1,000
2.5
4
.5 lbs.
1,000
2.5
4
1 lbs.
1,000
3.0
4
2 lbs.
1,000
3.5
4
2 lbs.
1,000
2.75
2.25
6
3 lbs.
1,000
3.0
2.5
6
4 lbs.
1,000
3.25
2.75
6
2 lbs.
1,000
6.0
6
4 lbs.
1,000
7.0
6
6 lbs.
1,000
7.0
6
2 lbs.
1,000
6.0
6
4 lbs.
1,000
7.0
6
6 lbs.
1,000
7.75
6
4 oz.
1,000
1.9
8
8 oz.
1,000
2.1
8
12 oz.
1,000
2.5
8
4 lbs.
1,000
4.5
3.75
7
5 lbs.
1,000
4.75
4.0
7
6 lbs.
1,000
5.0
4.25
7
Park, Merion, Delta, or Kentucky Bluegrass
Hulled Bermuda
Mixtures Including Coarse Seeds
Rye Grasses or Tall Fescue
Dichondra
Pensacola Bahia
1008192 Rev. B
10
Dial Setting
Half Rate
Spread
Width
TROUBLESHOOTING
Spreader does not sit flat
Deflector shut off is binding
and will not open/close
properly
The "feet" or the flattened
portion of the spreader hopper
support tubes are not bent
equally.
Shut off plate is jammed with
debris.
11
Using a hammer or pliers,
bend the feet to be equal with
each other.
Thoroughly wash out hopper
and shut off plates with water.
Ensure debris is not stuck
between shut off plate and
rate gate plate.
1008192 Rev. B
1 YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY
This is warranted to the original purchaser only. Spyker will replace parts
with defects in materials and workmanship, for a period of one year from the
date of purchase.
For Spyker Spreaders–a Brinly-Hardy Company, products employing metal
gear systems, pinion and bevel, these metal gears, only, not inclusive of any
other parts or materials, are warranted for the life of the spreader, not to
be used for replacement or repair past original purchase.
Spyker Spreaders will not be liable for any loss, damage or expense including,
but not limited to, consequential or incidental damages, arising from the
operation, condition or use of the item. The sole and exclusive remedy
against Spyker Spreaders being the replacement of the defective parts. This
warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights
which vary from state to state.
This express warranty, which is applicable only to the original
purchase, is in lieu of and excludes all other warranties, whether
expressed or implied by operation of law or otherwise, including any
warranty of merchantability or fitness for particular purpose.
SPYKER SPREADERS
Jeffersonville, IN 47130 USA
Phone: 800.972.6130
1008192 Rev. B
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