Honda FS5047 User's Manual

Thank you for purchasing an HTA attachment for your Honda Tractor.
This manual covers the assembly, operation and maintenance of the HTA Model FS5047
Rotary Broom. For your convenience, a parts guide is also included in this
publication.
NOTE: The information in this publication is based on the latest product
information available at the time of printing. American Honda Motor Co., Inc.
reserves the right to make changes at any time without notice and without
incurring any obligation.
No part of this publication may be reproduced without written permission.
Pay special attention to the statements preceded by the following symbols:
Indicates that serious injury or death WILL result if instructions
are not followed.
Indicates a strong possibility that serious injury or death can
result if instructions are not followed.
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Indicates that equipment or property damage can result if
instructions are not followed.
NOTE : Gives helpful information.
HTA attachments are designed to give safe and dependable service if assembled and
operated according to instructions.
If a problem should arise, or you have any questions about your attachment(s),
consult an authorized Honda Multi-Purpose Tractor dealer.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
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Contents
ASSEMBLY
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Step 2: Attaching broom to tractor ..............................
Step 3: Optional dolly wheels installation ......................
Step 1: Preparation
OPERATION
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Adjustments ...................................................
Applications ..................................................
Operating controls
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MAINTENANCE
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Brush replacement .............................................
General
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PARTS G U I D E
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Components ...........................................
FS5047 - Front Rotary Broom
WARRANTY SERVICE
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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
THE FOLLOWING PRECAUTIONS ARE SUGGESTED TO HELP PREVENT ACCIDENTS. A CAREFUL
OPERATOR IS THE BEST OPERATOR. MOST ACCIDENTS CAN BE AVOIDED BY OBSERVING CERTAIN
PRECAUTIONS. READ AND TAKE THE FOLLOWING PRECAUTIONS BEFORE OPERATING THIS TRACTOR
AND ROTARY BROOM TO HELP PREVENT ACCIDENTS. EQUIPMENT SHOULD BEOPERATED ONLY BY
THOSE WHO ARE RESPONSIBLE AND INSTRUCTED TO DO SO.
TRAINING
1. Read the Operator's Manual carefully before using the tractor and rotary broom.
Be thoroughly familiar with the controls and proper use of the equipment. Know
how to stop the unit and disengage the controls quickly.
2. Never allow children to operate equipment. Never allow adults to operate equipment
without proper instruction.
3. Keep the area of operation clear of all persons and animals.
4. Never operate tractor in non-ventilated area.
PREPARATION
1. Make sure that the attachment drive is disengaged before starting the engine.
2. Never attempt to make any adjustments while engine is running.
3. Thoroughly inspect the area where the equipment is to be used and remove all
boards, wires and other foreign objects.
4. Never operate the rotary broom without good visibility.
5. Never wear loose, torn or bulky clothing around the tractor and attachments. It
may catch on moving parts or controls, leading to the risk of accidents.
6. Prolonged exposure to loud noise can cause impairment or loss of hearing. Wear
a suitable hearing protective device such as earmuffs or earplugs to protect
against objectionable or uncomfortably loud noises.
7. Always use safety glasses or a face shield to protect your eyes if tractor is
not equipped With enclosed cab.
8. Make sure driveline is well secured to the tractor and attachment.
9. The use of HONDA approved counterweight is recommended.
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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS (Continued)
OPERATING
1.
Always use caution when operating to avoid possible injury.
2.
Do not put hands or feet near rotating parts. Keep clear of discharge opening
at all times.
3.
Exercise extreme caution when operating on or crossing a gravel drive, walk or
road. Stay alert for the hidden hazards of traffic.
4.
Keep a careful watch for foreign objects that could damage the rotary broom while
operating.
5.
Do not sweep across the face of slopes. Exercise extreme caution when changing
direction on slopes. Do not attempt to sweep steep slopes.
6.
Never operate the tractor or broom without guards, plates and other safety
protective devices in place.
7.
Use care when backing up.
8.
Never direct discharge at bystanders or windows. Never allow anyone in front
of the rotary broom.
9.
Disengage power to broom when transporting or when not in use.
10.
Stop the engine whenever you leave the operating position, before making any
repairs, adjustments or inspections.
11. If the broom should start to vibrate abnormally, stop the engine immediately
and check for the cause. Vibration is generally a warning of trouble.
12.
Take all possible precautions when leaving the vehicle unattended. Disengage
the attachment drive, set parking brake, stop the engine and remove the key.
13.
Never operate the rotary broom on any kind of carpet.
MAINTENANCE AND STORAGE
1. Provide adequate blocking before working under the broom when in raised position.
2. When cleaning, repairing or inspecting, make certain that all moving parts have
stopped.
3. Keep broom away from flames and intense heat.
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SAFETY DECALS
REPLACE IMMEDIATELY IF DAMAGED
A MISE EN GARDE 1
ROTATING DRIVELINE
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ROTATING DRlVELINE
CONTACT CAN CAUSE DEATH
K E E P AWAY!
DO NOT OPERATE WITHOUT —
8 ALL DRIVELINE, TRACTOR AND
EQUIPMENT SHIELDS IN PLACE
0 DRIVELINES SECURELY
ATTACHED AT BOTH ENDS
DRIVELINE SHIELDS THAT TURN
FREELY ON DRIVELINE
2. (U.S.A. ONLY)
3. (CANADA
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CONTACT CAN CAUSE DEATH
KEEP PEOPLE AND CLOTHING
WELL CLEAR
DO NOT OPERATE WITHOUTALL DRIVELINE. TRACTOR
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EQUIPMENT SHIELDS
IN PLACE
SECURELY
• DRIVELINES
ATTACHED AT BOTH ENDS
SHIELDS THAT
• DRIVELINE
TURN FREELY ON DRIVELINE
TRANSMISSION ROTATIVE
À CARDAN
TOUT CONTACT PEUT
CAUSER LA MORT
TENIR VÊTEMENTS ET
PERSONNES À L'ÉCART
NE PAS OPÉRER SANS—
• QUE TOUS LES PROTEC
TEURS DU TRACTEUR DE L'ÉQUIPMENT ET DE L'ARBRE À
CARDAN SOIENT EN PLACE
L'ARBRE À CARDAN FIXÉ SO
LIDEMENT À CHAQUE BOUT
QUE LES PROTECTEURS
TOURNENT LIBREMENT SUR
L'ARBRE À CARDAN
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2. (CANADA ONLY)
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ASSEMBLY
NOTE: Before mounting this rotary broom on your tractor, your tractor must be
equipped with an HTA Model QH5000 Quick Hitch.
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: Before beginning assembly of this subf rame, please read the instructions
through completely and familiarize yourself with all the parts. After
completing assembly, torque all bolts according to the torque
specification table on page 21.
STEP 1: PREPARATION
a) Insert a parking stand (fig.1, item 1)
in each stand support from the underside.
Install a 5/32" x 1 1/4" cotter pin in
upper hole of each parking stand. Set
parking stands in most extended position
and secure each stand with a 4mm x 80mm
hairpin (fig.1, item 2).
b) Install adapter (fig. 1 , item 3 inside
broom female hitch. Secure with a 5/8"
nylon nut.
FIGURE 1
C) Attach support plate (fig.2, item 1) on
pin of lower left hand lift link. Secure
with hairpin.
d)Assemble shackle (fig.2, item 2) with
cotter pin to chain and support plate
(fig.2, item 1).
e) Attach chain anchor plate (fig.2, item
3) to tractor frame (placing largest
hole in line with tractor front mounting
hole) using three 5/16" x 1 bolts,
lockwashers and nuts.
f)Assemble shackle (fig.2, item 4) with
hairpin to chain and anchor plate.
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STEP 2: ATTACHING BROOM TO TRACTOR
a) Insert driveline half (with quick connect
yoke) over broom driveline half. Set
driveline on its support.
NOTE: Driveline sliding surfaces must be
greased.
b)
Insert male quick hitch (fig.3, item 1)
into broom female hitch (fig.3, item 2)
and place male quick hitch lever (fig.3,
item 3) fully forward in "locked" position.
Secure male quick hitch latch with the
linchpin.
c) Connect broom driveline to tractor PTO
shaft by sliding back the locking collar
on yoke, then push over PTO shaft until
the locking collar snaps back fully.
Make sure driveline is well secured at
both ends.
FIGURE 3
This shaft turns at very high
RPM. If the collar is not 1ocked to the PTO
shaft at the tractor end, or if the yoke at
the broom end is not secured properly, the
driveline can fly loose with great force
capable of causing serious injury or death.
d) Remove hair pin (fig.4, item 1) from
welded sleeve on right hand side of broom
mounting bracket. Carefully pull out the
pin (fig.4, item 2) to its most extended
position and lock in place with same
hair pin.
The pin in the inmost position
is used to prevent female hitch on
broom from being pulled up by the
brush ground contact adjustment
spring, thus facilitating mounting
and dismounting of broom.
e) Correct all adjustment settings on page
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FIGURE 4
ASSEMBLY
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STEP 3: OPTIONAL CASTER WHEEL INSTALLATION
I NOTICE ] Caster wheels are required for
lawn thatching and to prevent
gouging .
a) Remove pin (fig.5, item 1 ) and hairpin
from each caster wheel (fig.5, item 3).
Select desired number of spacer sleeves
(fig.5, item 2) to remain on bottom
portion of caster wheel (see application
page 10).
b)
Remove parking stands (fig.1, item 1
and replace them with the caster wheels
(fig.5, item 3). Place remaining spacer
sleeve(s) over caster wheels on upper
side of stand supports, and secure
caster wheels with pins (fig.5, item 1)
and hairpin.
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FIGURE 5
OPERATION
OPERATING CONTROLS
1. RAISING
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AND LOWERING THE ROTARY BROOM
LOCK
Refer to 'control' section of quick hitch
operator's manual (HTA Model QH5000)
page 5.
2. STARTING AND STOPPING THE ROTARY BROW
Refer to tractor operator's manual for
proper front "PTO" operation.
ADJUSTMENTS (FIGURE 1)
Before making any adjustments,
stop the broom by moving the clutch lever
rearward, stop the engine , set the parking
brake and remove ignition key.
BROOM ANGLE ADJUSTMENT (1)
With broom raised to transport
1.
3. FRONT WHEEL JACK (3)
Pull knob completely outward to
reach approximate height adjustment.
Pull knob halfway and turn knob 1/4
turn at a time to reach final height.
position, carefully lift angle
adjustment lever (1 , select angle
12.5o or 25o either side), release
lever and make sure broom is locked
at desired angle.
2.
4. PARKING STANDS (4)
Always use stands when broom is not
in use to prevent brush deformation.
BRUSH TO GROUND CONTACT ADJUSTMENT
To increase brush to ground contact, 5 OPTIONAL CASTER WHEELS ADJUSTMENT (5)
turn knob (2) counter-clockwise. To
Required for lawn thatching or leaf
decrease brush to ground contact,
raking. Height is adjusted to the
nearest 1/4" by placing spacer sleeve(s)
turn knob (2) in a clockwise
direction. Use only to compensate
on upper or lower side of stand support.
brush wear.
Adjust casters at 1"-1 1/4" below brush
tips (see next page for applications).
NOTICE Adjust so that broom head
when lifted by the front , weighs
6. SIDE TO SIDE LEVEL ADJUSTMENT
between 30 - 50 lbs (13.5 kg.With the broom raised to transport
22.6 kg.). More than this can cause
position, loosen the three bolts
premature brush wear and overheat
(6), place broom level and tighten
gearbox.
the bolts (6) securely.
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OPERATION
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OPERATING THE ROTARY BROOM
APPLICATIONS:
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SNOW REMOVAL
1. Read the operator's manual carefully.
Be thoroughly familiar with the
controls and proper use of the
equipment.
may be thrown farther than the snow. Use
slowest brush speed that will perform
the job. Stay aware of broom discharge
direction.
2.Do not allow anyone other than the
operator on the tractor. Do not allow
any rider on the attachment.
This broom works best on snow depth
of 6" or less, large amount of snow
can be moved if ground speed is
reduced.
2. To avoid snow being blown back on the
tractor and/or operator, sweep with
the wind blowing in the direction
of broom discharge.
3. The use of HONDA approved rear
counterweight is recommended.
3. If tractor is not equipped with
optional cab, operator must wear
eye protection (face shield etc.)
during operation.
4.Be sure bystanders are completely
clear of tractor, broom and broom
discharge area before operating the
broom. Contact with tractor, broom
or debris discharged by broom can
cause serious i n jury.
BRemove
: any accumulation of
snow, ice, dirt or mud from
broom hood and from in between
bristles regularly; excess
weight will unbalance broom
causing premature wear of
bristles .
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LAWN THATCHING AND LEAF RAKING
: Optional
Optionalcaster
caster
must must
wheels
be installed to perform these types of
operation in order to avoid excessive
ground contact.
1.
1 1/4"
Set caster wheels at 1" tot o1 1/4"
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below brush tips for leaf raking
and thatching operation.
2. Slower brush speed and ground speed
are more adequate for lawn thatching.
This will avoid bouncing which
could damage the lawn due to excessive
ground contact.
3. Minimize dust by sweeping when moisture
is high (not wet) whenever possible.
IMPORTANT:For efficient operation, sweep
with the tips of the bristles like a
GENERAL SWEEPING (parking lot etc.)
broom; not with the sides of the bristles
like a mop.
1. Minimize dust by reducing brush speed
and by sweeping on days with high
moisture.
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2. For light material, angle broom 12.5
right or left rather than fully angled
to obtain a wider sweeping path.
3. Prevent damage to broom by removing
large foreign objects.
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MAINTENANCE
MAINTENANCE SERVICE AND STORAGE
3.
1. Never store the tractor with fuel in
the fuel tank inside a building where
open flames or sparks are present.
Allow the engine to cool before storing
in any enclosure.
BROOM: Using a good quality multipurpose lubricant, lubricate all pivot
points and brush ground contact
adjustment threads every 8 hours of
operation.
4. CASTER WHEELS: Grease swivel bushings
2. Avoid exposing broom bristles to
every 4 hours of operation.
direct sunlight for long periods. Long
exposure to direct sunlight will damage
the bristles.
STORAGE
3. Provide adequate blocking before
1. Oil all moving parts.
working under the broom.
4. Because of dust raised when sweeping
(other than snow), the tractor air
cleaner should be checked daily and
replaced when necessary.
2. Store broom on storage stands so that
the bristles do not touch the ground.
3. If broom bristles are exposed to
direct sunlight, protect bristles with
a tarp.
5. Check and tighten all hardware
including factory installed hardware,
every 8 hours of operation and before 4. Store the broom in a dry place.6
operation.
6. Do not alter or modify the broom. If
you have any questions, contact your
dealer.
LUBRICATION
1. GEARBOX: Check liquid grease level
in the worm gear drive every week; run
the broom a minimum of 15 minutes to
warm up the liquid grease, and make
sure gear box is filled to front level
plug. If necessary, add (SHELL)
DURINA-O or AL VANIA EP-O liquid grease
or its equivalent. Do not overfill.
2. DRIVELINE: Grease as indicated on
decal below:
GREASE ALL POINTS AS SHOWN (h=hours)
IN DIAGRAM AND USE A 'MOLY' LUBE
THE CENTERING UNIT MUST BE GREASED
EVERY
4 HOURS
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MAINTENANCE
BRUSH REPLACEMENT
a) Stop tractor engine, set parking brake and
remove ignition key.
b) Remove the 1/2" x 1 3/4" bolt (fig.1, item
1) from each broom side plate (fig.1, item
2) and remove the eight bolts (fig.1, item
3) which secures each side plate to broom
housing.
c) Remove broom side plates with retainer cups
(fig.2, item 1), worn brushes and spacer
rings.
d) Place one concave slanted brush (fig.2,
FIGURE 1
item 2) on each side of gearbox facing each
other, and install a zigzag brush (fig.2,
item 3) next to each slanted brush [placing
pins (fig.2, item 4) inside the brush against
the concave brush]. Install a spacer ring
(fig.2 , item 5) next to the zigzag brush
and place another zigzag brush with the pins
away from the spacer ring [important: pins
inside the zigzag brushes must all be
positioned on the same brush support cone
(fig.2, item 6)]. Place another spacer
ring and a zigzag brush with the pins
(fig.2, item 4) on the spacer ring side
and so on, spacing brushes with spacer
rings. Must end with a zigzag brush with
the pins towards the gear box or check
figure 2 and redo pattern (fig.2, item 7).
IMPORTANT: Pins (fig.2 ,item 4) in zigzag brushes
must all be on same brush support cone (fig. 2 ,
item 6 ) .
e) Install the side plates with retaining cup
over each shaft end. Secure side plates
loosely with the two 1/2" x 1 3/4" bolts
(fig.1, item 1), lockwashers and flatwashers.
f) Install the eight 3/8" x 3/4" bolts (fig.1,
item 3) and lockwashers securing each side
plate. Torque all bolts.
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FIGURE 2
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Set broom in transport position. Stop tractor
engine, set parking brake and remove ignition
key.
Set broom storage stands in most extended
position so that stands extends the broom
bristles.
Remove hair pin (fig.1, item 1) from welded
sleeve on right hand side of broom mounting
bracket. Set pin (fig.1, item 2) in the
in most position (you may have to slightly
raise broom head) and lock in place with
hair pin.
IMPORTANT:Once the broom is fully remounted,
this pin has to be set in its most extended
position in order to allow the broom to follow
ground variations.
FIGURE 1
d) Carefully lower broom so it rest on the
storage stands.
e) Disconnect broom driveline from tractor PTO
shaft and place driveline on its support
located on female hitch.
f) Remove linchpin from quick hitch latch.
Place male hitch lever. rearward in "unlocked"
position.
g) Carefully back tractor away from broom.
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Housing
Side plate R.H.
S i d e p l a t e L.H.
Brush package:
Polypropylene set
S t e e l set
Polypropylene and steel set ( 5 0 / 5 0 )
Includes: 2 concave brushes 10 deg (item B) and
b r u s h e s (item A )
Spacer cup
Driveline female half
Key 1 / 4 " x 1 / 4 " x 1 1 / 4 "
Stopper pin
Bearing flange
B e a r i n g with out collar
Hood extension
Bearing
Plastic wheel
Wheel bushing
Knob ( 5 / 1 6 " N C )
Plastic handle
P i n ( 3 m m d i a x 65mm. hair)
Nylon washer ( 1 1 / 3 2 " d i a h o l e , f l a t )
Wheel c u p
B o l t ( 1 / 2 " NC x 3 1 / 2 " . hex)
B o l t ( 1 / 2 " NC x 1 3 / 4 " .
hex)
B o l t ( 5 / 1 6 " NC x 1 / 2 " .
flange)
B o l t ( 5 / 1 6 " NC x 3 / 4 " .
carriage)
B o l t ( 1 / 4 " NC x 2 1 / 2 " . h e x )
N u t ( 1 / 2 " NC.
nylon lock)
N u t ( 5 / 1 6 " NC. h e x )
N u t ( 5 / 1 6 " NC. nylon lock)
Nut ( 1 / 4 " NC. nylon l o c k )
Washer (1/2..
lock)
Washer ( 5 / 1 6 " .
lock)
W a s h e r ( 9 / 1 6 " dia hole. flat)
S e t s c r e w ( 3 / 8 " NC x 1 / 2 " .
allen)
Female hitch
P i v o t bracket
Gear box bracket L.H.
Gear box bracket L.H.
B r u s h support
P i v o t b ushing
Upper coupler
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Gear box ...................................................
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Tension spring .............................................
Torsion spring .............................................
Bolt
hex) ..............................
Bolt
hex) ...............................
NC x 1
Bolt
hex) ..............................
NC x 1
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hex) ..............................
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NC x 2 " ,
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NC x 1", hex) ..................................
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hex)
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NC, stover)
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N C . h e x ) ........................................
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dia hole, flat) ...............................
Washer
lock) .......................................
Adapter ....................................................
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d i a hole, flat) ...............................
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dia x 1", roll) .................................
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dia x 3/4", cotter) ..............................
Washer n y l o n
dia hole, f l a t ) .......................
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d i a x 1 1/4", cotter)
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P a r k i ng stand ..............................................
S t a n d support bracket .......................................
P i n ( 4 m m d i a x 8 0 m m , h a i r ) .................................
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d i a x 1 1/4", cotter)
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D r i v e line m a l e half ........................................
Nut
NC, stover) .....................................
Spacer ring ................................................
O u t p u t shaft ...............................................
Key
x 1/4" x 1 1/2"
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Nut
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Wheel bracket R.H.
Wheel bracket L.H.
Grease fitting ( 1 / 4 " N F )
Adjustment plate
Upper bushing
Adjustment handle
Eye bolt ( 5 / 1 6 " N C x 5 " )
Chain 10 1 / 4 "
Driveline support
Clevis
( 7 / 1 6 " NC x 1 3 / 4 " .
( 1 / 2 " NC x 1 1 / 2 " .
(7/16"
1/4".
(5/16"
3/4".
(5/16"
(5/16"
( 5 / 1 6 " NC x 3/4",
(5/8"
(7/16"
(3/8"
(7/16".
(1/2"
(3/16"
(1/8"
(11/16"
(1/4"
(5/32"
(5/16"
1/4"
(1/2"
OM 0180
NC,
stover)
16
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PARTS GUIDE
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Adjustable jack
Adjustment pin
Spring
W a s h e r ( 7 / 1 6 " dia hole, fl at)
Knob ( 5 / 1 6 " N C )
W a s h e r ( 1 / 2 " dia hole, flat)
Grease fitting
(1/4",
NF)
W a s h e r ( 5 / 8 " dia hole, flat)
W h e e l b racket
B o l t ( 1 / 2 " NC x 3 1/2", hex)
Wheel c u p
Wheel b u s h i n g
Bearing
Plastic wheel
N u t ( 1 / 2 " NC,
nylon lock)
N u t ( 5 / 1 6 " NC, hex)
B o l t ( 5 / 1 6 " NC x 1", hex)
W a s h e r ( 3 / 8 " dia hole, hex)
W a s h e r ( 5 / 1 6 " , lock)
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OM 0180
17
QTY
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2
2
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3
3
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x l", hex) ..................................
lock) .......................................
hex) ........................................
Support plate
Clevis
Chain
P i n (2.5mm d i a
Anchor plate
B o l t (5/16" N C
W a s h e r (5/16",
N u t ( 5 / 1 6 " NC,
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OM 0180
18
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PARTS GUIDE
WORM GEAR BOX
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Casing
Plug 3/8"
O-ring
Casing e l l o
Shim
Bearing
Double lip seal
Hex. nut
H e x . b o lt M8 x 30
Spring pin
Cap
Gear
H e x . b o lt M8 x 6 5
Plug 1/4"
Bearing
Spring pin
Plug
Pinion shaft
Shim
Oil seal
Shaft
Hex. bolt M8 x 75
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OM
0180
19
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6
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PARTS GUIDE
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5
6
7
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Inner shield
Nylon bearing
Bearing retainer
Yoke and female shaft
Double yoke (joint C.V.)
Yoke 1 "
Universal joint kit
OM 0180
20
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1
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1
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1
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PARTS GUIDE
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Driveline male portion assembly
Quick connect yoke assembly
Spring lock yoke repair kit
Universal joint kit
Yoke and male shaft assembly
Bearing retainer
Nylon bearing
Outer shield
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OM
0180
21
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PARTS GUIDE
O P T I O N A L D O L L Y WHEELS
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D o l l y wheel L.H.
D o l l y wheel R.H.
Bearing
Plasti c wheel
W h e e l bushing
Wheel c u p
Spacer sleeve 1 / 4 " l g
S p a c e r s l e e v e 1/2" l g
Spacer sleeve 1" lg.
Spacer sleeve 1 1 / 4 " l g
Pin 5/16" dia x 1
7/16"
Washer
P i n (2.5mm d i a x 40mm. h a i r )
B o l t ( 1 / 2 " NC x 3 1 / 2 " ,
hex)
N u t ( 1 / 2 " NC.
nylon lock)
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OM 0180
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22
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TORQUE SPECIFICATION TABLE
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GENERAL TORQUE SPECIFICATION TABLE (Revised 2-74)
USE THE FOLLOWING TORQUES WHEN SPECIAL TORQUES ARE NOT GIVEN
NOTE: These values apply to fasteners as received from supplier, dry, or when lubricated with
normal engine oil. They do not apply if special graphited or moly disulphide greaser or other extreme pressure lubricants are used. This applies to both UNF and UNC threads.
an: U P T A C ~ I I S
METRIC BOLT TORQUE
-~ SPECIFICATIONS
~- . . - ~Coarse thread
Size
Of
screw
M6
Grade No.
4T
7T
8T
0
1.0
@
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47
M8
M10
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7T
7.9-12.7
7.2- 10
9.8- 13.6
7.2-14
9.8- 19
23- 29.8
8T
20- 26
27.1- 35.2
4T
20- 25
7T
1.5
34- 40
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4.9- 7.9
5.8-9.4
17- 22
1.25
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27.1- 33.9
46.1-54.2
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1.25
51.5-62.3
M12
1.75
8T
4T
M14
7T
2.0
4T
8T
4T
M2O
1
OM 0180
7T
8T
28- 34
37.9- 46.1
51- 59
69.1- 79.9
2.5
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16.3-23
19-27
25.7- 36.6
35- 47
1.25
42-55.6
75.9-92.1
77.2- 89.4
62- 75
52- 64
109.8- 126
130.1- 147.7
67- 77
90.8- 104.3
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90- 1 0 6
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107- 124
69- 83
116- 130
157.2-176.2
120- 138
129-145
174.8- 196.5
140- 158
119.2- 136
100-117
84- 101.6
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70.5-86.7
122- 143.6
145-168
93.5- 1 12.5
162.6--187
189.7-214.1
136- 158.5
150- 168
203.3- 227.6
177- 199
239.8-269.6
175- 194
137.1- 262.9
202- 231
273.7-313
108- 130
146.3- 176.2
132- 150
178.9-203.3
186- 205
213-249
252-277.8
288.6-337.4
206- 242
279.1-327.9
246-289
333.3-391.6
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56- 68
66.5-75.9
81- 93
47.4-63.7
31- 41
57- 66
96- 109
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49- 56
88- 100
2.0
M18
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Newton-Meters
Pounds Feel
3.6-5.8
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hread
pou,-& Feel
Patch (mml
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WARRANTY SERVICE
Your satisfaction and goodwill are important to your dealer and to us. All Honda
warranty details are explained in the Distributor's Limited Warranty. Normally,
any problems concerning the product will be handled by your dealer's service
department. If you have a warranty problem that has not been handled to your
satisfaction, we suggest you take the following action:
Discuss your problem with a member of dealership management. Often complaints
can be quickly resolved at that level. If the problem has already been reviewed
with the Service Manager, contact the owner of the dealership or the General Manager.
If your problem still has not been resolved to your satisfaction, contact the
Power Equipment Customer Service Department of American Honda Motor Co., Inc:
American Honda Motor Co., Inc.
Power Equipment Customer Service Department
P.0. BOX 100021
Duluth, Georgia 301 36-9421
Telephone: (404) 497-6400
We will need the following in order to assist you:
• Your name, address and telephone number
• Product model and serial number
• Date of purchase
• Dealer name and address
• Nature of the problem
After reviewing all the facts involved, you will be advised of what action can be
taken. Please bear in mind that your problem will likely be resolved at the
dealership, using the dealer's facilities, equipment and personnel, so it is very
important that your initial contact be with the dealer.
Your purchase of a Honda product is greatly appreciated by both your dealer and
American Honda Motor Company. We want to assist you in every way possible to assure
your satisfaction with your purchase.
For future reference, record your unit's serial number and date of purchase in the
spaces below. Refer to this information when ordering parts and when making technical
or warranty inquiries.
Model:
FS5047
Serial Number:
Date of Purchase:
Current customer service contact information:
United States, Puerto Rico, and U.S. Virgin Islands:
Honda Power Equipment dealership personnel are trained professionals. They should
be able to answer any question you may have. If you encounter a problem that your
dealer does not solve to your satisfaction, please discuss it with the dealership's
management. The Service Manager or General Manager can help. Almost all problems
are solved in this way.
If you are dissatisfied with the decision made by the dealership's management, contact
the Honda Power Equipment Customer Relations Office. You can write:
American Honda Motor Co., Inc.
Power Equipment Division
Customer Relations Office
4900 Marconi Drive
Alpharetta, GA 30005-8847
Or telephone: (770) 497-6400 M-F, 8:30 am - 5:00 pm EST
When you write or call, please provide the following information:
•
Model and serial numbers
•
Name of the dealer who sold the Honda power equipment to you
•
Name and address of the dealer who services your equipment
•
Date of purchase
•
Your name, address, and telephone number
•
A detailed description of the problem
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