Land Pride PR2596 User's Manual

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Powered Rakes
PR2572 & PR2596
10592
314-132M
Operator’s Manual
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Read the Operator’s manual entirely. When
you see this symbol, the subsequent
instructions and warnings are serious - follow
without exception. Your life and the lives of
others depend on it!
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Cover photo may show optional equipment
not supplied with standard unit.
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Important Safety Information . . . . . . . . . . .1
Section 4: Optional Equipment . . . . . . . .16
Safety at All Times . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Look For The Safety Alert Symbol . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Safety Labels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Section 5: Maintenance & Lubrication . .17
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7
Using This Manual . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Terminology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Definitions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Owner Assistance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Serial Number Plate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Further Assistance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Section 1: Assembly & Set-up . . . . . . . . .8
Tractor Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Gauge Wheel and Frame Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Tines and Tine Frame Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Shearing Hardware Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Tine Lift Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Angling Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Tractor Hookup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Driveline Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Section 2: Operating Procedures . . . . . .13
Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Storage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Drive Chain Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Sprocket and Chain Replacement . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Bottom and Top Seal Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Friction Clutch PTO . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
2-Plate Slip Clutch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Disassembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Lubrication Points . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Double Joint Zerks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Driveline U-Joints . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Driveline Shaft . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Gearbox Gear Lube . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Pivot Bearings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Gauge Wheel Spindle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Gauge Wheel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Drive Chain . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Tine Lift Arms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Gauge Wheel Spindle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Transporting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Operating Checklist . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Operating Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Section 6: Specifications & Capacities .23
Section 3: Adjustments . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14
Section 8: Appendix . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25
Setting Depth and Leveling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Leveling Left-To-Right . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Leveling Front-To-Rear . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Setting The Depth . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Drive Chain Adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Material Control Blade Adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Torque Values Chart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Tire Inflation Chart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Notes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Section 7: Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . .24
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Important Safety Information
Important Safety Information
These are common practices that may or may not be applicable to the products described in
this manual.
Safety at All Times
Look For The Safety Alert Symbol
Thoroughly read and understand
the instructions given in this
manual before operation. Refer to
the “Safety Label” section, read
all instructions noted on them.
Do not allow anyone to operate
this equipment who has not fully
read and comprehended this
manual and who has not been
properly trained in the safe
operation of the equipment.
The SAFETY ALERT SYMBOL indicates there is a
potential hazard to personal safety involved and extra
safety precaution must be taken. When you see this
symbol, be alert and carefully read the message that
follows it. In addition to 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.
▲ Operator should be familiar with
all functions of the unit.
▲ Operate implement from the
driver’s seat only.
▲ Make sure all guards and shields
are in place and secured before
operating the implement.
▲ Do not leave tractor or implement
unattended with engine running.
▲ Dismounting from a moving
tractor could cause serious injury
or death.
▲ Do not stand between the tractor
and implement during hitching.
▲ Keep hands, feet, and clothing
away from power-driven parts.
▲ Wear snug fitting clothing to avoid
entanglement with moving parts.
▲ Watch out for wires, trees, etc.,
when raising implement. Make
sure all persons are clear of
working area.
▲ Turning tractor too tight may
cause implement to ride up on
wheels. This could result in injury
or equipment damage.
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Be Aware of
Signal Words
! WARNING
A Signal word designates a degree or
level of hazard seriousness. The
signal words are:
! DANGER
Indicates an imminently hazardous
situation which, if not avoided, will
result in death or serious injury. This
signal word is limited to the most
extreme situations, typically for
machine components that, for
functional purposes, cannot be
guarded.
Indicates a potentially hazardous
situation which, 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.
! CAUTION
Indicates a potentially hazardous
situation which, if not avoided, may
result in minor or moderate injury. It
may also be used to alert against
unsafe practices.
For Your Protection
Shutdown and Storage
▲ Thoroughly read and understand
the “Safety Label” section, read all
instructions noted on them.
▲ Lower machine to ground, put
tractor in park, turn off engine, and
remove the key.
▲ Detach and store implements in a
area where children normally do
not play. Secure implement by
using blocks and supports.
OFF
REMO
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Important Safety Information
These are common practices that may or may not be applicable to the products described in
this manual.
Use Safety
Lights and Devices
Transport
Machinery Safely
▲ Slow moving tractors, selfpropelled equipment, and towed
implements can create a hazard
when driven on public roads. They
are difficult to see, especially at
night.
▲ Flashing warning lights and turn
signals are recommended
whenever driving on public roads.
Use lights and devices provided
with implement.
▲ Comply with state and local laws.
▲ Maximum transport speed for
implement is 20 mph. DO NOT
EXCEED. Never travel at a speed
which does not allow adequate
control of steering and stopping.
Some rough terrain require a
slower speed.
▲ Sudden braking can cause a
towed load to swerve and upset.
Reduce speed if towed load is not
equipped with brakes.
Keep Riders
Off Machinery
Practice Safe Maintenance
▲ Riders obstruct the operator’s
view, they could be struck by
foreign objects or thrown from the
machine.
▲ Never allow children to operate
equipment.
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▲ Understand procedure before
doing work. Use proper tools and
equipment, refer to Operator’s
Manual for additional information.
▲ Work in a clean dry area.
▲ Lower the implement to the
ground, put tractor in park, turn off
engine, and remove key before
performing maintenance.
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▲ Use the following maximum
speed - tow load weight ratios as
a guideline:
20 mph when weight is less
than or equal to the weight of
tractor.
10 mph when weight is double
the weight of tractor.
IMPORTANT: Do not tow a load that
is more than double the weight of
tractor.
▲ Allow implement to cool
completely.
▲ Do not grease or oil implement
while it is in operation.
▲ Inspect all parts. Make sure parts
are in good condition & installed
properly.
▲ Remove buildup of grease, oil or
debris.
▲ Remove all tools and unused
parts from implement before
operation.
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These are common practices that may or may not be applicable to the products described in
this manual.
Prepare for Emergencies
▲ Be prepared if a fire starts.
▲ Keep a first aid kit and fire
extinguisher handy.
▲ Keep emergency numbers for
doctor, ambulance, hospital and
fire department near phone.
Wear
Protective Equipment
▲ Protective clothing and equipment
should be worn.
▲ Wear clothing and equipment
appropriate for the job. Avoid
loose fitting clothing.
▲ Prolonged exposure to loud noise
can cause hearing impairment or
hearing loss. Wear suitable
hearing protection such as
earmuffs or earplugs.
▲ Operating equipment safely
requires the full attention of the
operator. Avoid wearing radio
headphones while operating
machinery.
911
Tire Safety
▲ Tire changing can be dangerous
and should be preformed by
trained personnel using the
correct tools and equipment.
▲ When inflating tires, use a clip-on
chuck and extension hose long
enough to allow you to stand to
one side and NOT in front of or
over the tire assembly. Use a
safety cage if available.
▲ When removing and installing
wheels, use wheel handling
equipment adequate for the
weight involved.
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Avoid High
Pressure Fluids Hazard
▲ Escaping fluid under pressure can
penetrate the skin causing serious
injury.
▲ Avoid the hazard by relieving
pressure before disconnecting
hydraulic lines.
▲ Use a piece of paper or
cardboard, NOT BODY PARTS, to
check for suspected leaks.
▲ Wear protective gloves and safety
glasses or goggles when working
with hydraulic systems.
▲ If an accident occurs, see a
doctor immediately. Any fluid
injected into the skin must be
surgically removed within a few
hours or gangrene may result.
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Important Safety Information
Safety Labels
Your Powered Rake comes equipped with all safety
labels in place. They were designed to help you safely
operate your implement. Read and follow their
directions.
1.
2.
3.
Keep all safety labels clean and legible.
Replace all damaged or missing labels. To order new
labels go to your nearest Land Pride dealer or visit our
dealer locator at landpride.com.
Some new equipment installed during repair requires
safety labels to be affixed to the replaced component as
4.
specified by Land Pride. When ordering new components
make sure the correct safety labels are included in the
request.
Refer to this section for proper label placement.
To install new labels:
a. Clean the area the label is to be placed.
b. Spray soapy water on the surface where the label is to
be placed.
c. Peel backing from label. Press firmly onto the surface.
d. Squeeze out air bubbles with the edge of a credit card.
818-130C
15809
Caution: 540 RPM
818-229C
15810
Amber Reflector (Both Sides)
818-230C
15813
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KEEP AWAY
818-254C
15810
Danger: Rotating Roller Hazard
(Both Sides)
15813
818-255C
Warning: General Safety
15810
818-540C
Danger: Guard Missing
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818-540C
15811
Danger: Guard Missing
ROTATING DRIVELINE
KEEP AWAY!
15811
818-552C
Danger: Rotating Driveline
838-094C
Warning: Hydraulic Pressure
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Introduction
Introduction
Land Pride welcomes you to the growing family of new
product owners.
This implement has been designed with care and built by
skilled workers using quality materials. Proper assembly,
maintenance, and safe operating practices will help you
get years of satisfactory use from the machine.
Serial Number Plate
For prompt service always use the serial number and
model number when ordering parts from your Land Pride
dealer. Be sure to include your serial and model numbers
in correspondence also. Refer to Figure 1 for the location
of your serial number plate.
The parts on your SR25 Series Powered Rake have
been specially designed and should only be replaced
with genuine Land Pride parts. Therefore, should your
Powered Rake require replacement parts go to your
Land Pride Dealer.
Using This Manual
• This Operator’s Manual is designed to help familiarize
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you with safety, assembly, operation, adjustments,
troubleshooting, and maintenance. Read this manual
and follow the recommendations to help ensure safe
and efficient operation.
The information contained within this manual was
current at the time of printing. Some parts may change
slightly to assure you of the best performance.
To order a new Operator’s or Parts Manual contact
your authorized dealer. Manuals can also be
downloaded, free-of-charge from our website at
www.landpride.com or printed from the Land Pride
Service & Support Center by your dealer.
Terminology
“Right” or “Left” as used in this manual is determined by
facing the direction the machine will operate while in use
unless otherwise stated.
Definitions
NOTE: A special point of information that the
operator must be aware of before continuing.
IMPORTANT: A special point of information related
to its preceding topic. Land Pride’s intention is that
this information should be read and noted before
continuing.
Owner Assistance
The Warranty Registration card should be filled out by
the dealer at the time of purchase. This information is
necessary to provide you with quality customer service.
If customer service or repair parts are required contact a
Land Pride dealer. A dealer has trained personnel, repair
parts and equipment needed to service the SR25 Series.
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Serial Number Plate Location
Figure 1
Further Assistance
Your dealer wants you to be satisfied with your new
SR25 Series. If for any reason you do not understand
any part of this manual or are not satisfied with the
service received, the following actions are suggested:
1. Discuss the matter with your dealership service
manager making sure he is aware of any problems
you may have and that he has had the opportunity to
assist you.
2. If you are still not satisfied, seek out the owner or
general manager of the dealership, explain the
problem and request assistance.
3. For further assistance write to:
Land Pride Service Department
1525 East North Street
P.O. Box 5060
Salina, Ks. 67402-5060
E-mail address
lpservicedept@landpride.com
The parts on your SR25 Series Powered Rake have
been specially designed and should only be replaced
with genuine Land Pride parts. Therefore, should your
Powered Rake require replacement parts go to your
Land Pride Dealer.
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Section 1: Assembly & Set-up
Section 1: Assembly & Set-up
Tractor Requirements
This powered rake is designed with a 3-Point category I
hitch. Horse power rating of tractor should not exceed 50
PTO horse power on all PR2572 & PR2596 Powered
Rakes.
4. Remove the friction clutch (#7) that is assembled to
the front of the front frame drive shaft (#8). (It is
assembled here for shipping only.) Assemble the
friction clutch to the rear of the front frame drive shaft
and gearbox as shown. Refer to Figure 1-2
IMPORTANT: In order to maintain steering control,
ballast may have to be added to the front end of your
tractor. To determine whether or not to add ballast,
refer to your tractor operator’s manual.
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CAUTION
DO NOT OVER SPEED PTO OR MACHINE DAMAGE MAY
RESULT. THIS POWERED RAKE IS DESIGNED TO BE
USED WITH A TRACTOR USING A 540 RPM REAR PTO.
Gauge Wheel and Frame Assembly
Refer to Figure 1-1:
1. Install the rear gauge wheels (#1) to the rear frame
(#6) as shown. Secure with the wire pins (#2).
2. Remove the main pivot castings (#3) and (#4) from
the rear frame (#6).
3. Install the front frame (#5) to the rear frame (#6)
using the pivot castings that were removed
previously.
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Friction Clutch Alignment
Figure 1-2
Gauge Wheel and Frame Assembly
Figure 1-1
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Tines and Tine Frame Assembly
NOTE: If your powered rake is not equipped with the
optional tine package then skip this assembly
procedure.
Refer to Figure 1-3:
1. Mount the tines (#1) to the tine frame (#2) as shown.
For proper location and alignment of tines refer to
Figure 1-5.
2. Attach the front tine mounts (#3) to the top tine lift
arm (#4) and secure with 1” flatwashers (#5) and
cotter pins (#6).
3. Mount the front tine mounts (#3) to the front frame
(#13) with the 1/2” u-bolts (#7) 1/2” lockwashers (#8)
and 1/2” nuts (#9). For proper alignment refer to
Figure 1-4.
4. Attach two of the rear tine mounts (#10) to the top
tine lift arm (#4) and secure with 1” flatwashers (#5)
and cotter pins (#6).
5. Attach the other two rear tine mounts (#10) to the tine
frame (#2) with 1/2” lockwashers (#8) and 1/2” nuts
(#9).
6. Install the tine frame assembly from step #10 to the
top tine lift arm (#4) using the 1/2” bolts (#11), 1/2”
lockwashers (#8) and 1/2” nuts (9).
7. Install the bottom tine lift arms (#12) to the tine frame
(#2) and secure with the 1” flatwashers (#5) and
cotter pins (#6).
Tines and Tine Frame Assembly
Figure 1-3
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Lift Arm Location and Hose Routing
Figure 1-4
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Tine Locations and Alignment
Figure 1-5
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Shearing Hardware Assembly
Angling Assembly
Refer to Figure 1-6:
Install shearing hardware bag (#1) as shown. Install the
three extra pins (#2) into the three pin storage holes on
the frame and secure with the cotter pins (#3).
Refer to Figure 1-8:
Install the manual angling turnbuckle (#1) or the optional
hydraulic cylinder (#2) as shown.
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15827
Shearing Hardware Assembly
Figure 1-6
Angling Assembly
Figure 1-8
Tractor Hookup
Tine Lift Assembly
1. When using tractors with multi-speed PTO, be
certain PTO is set for 540 RPM.
2. Back tractor up to powered rake until 3-Point links are
aligned with lower hitch lugs on powered rake.
3. Secure the tractor’s 3-Point lower links to the lower
hitch lugs using 7/8" diameter hitch pins.
4. Secure the tractor’s top link to the powered rake
upper floating hitch using a 3/4" diameter hitch pin.
5. Level the powered rake by raising or lower the
tractor’s lower arms as necessary, then adjust the
tractor’s top link to place the upper hitch pin 18"
vertically above the lower hitch pins as shown in
Figure 1-9 to allow the powered rake to float.
Refer to Figure 1-7:
Install the tine lift turnbuckle assembly (#1) or the
optional hydraulic cylinder (#2). as shown.
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Tine Lift Assembly
Figure 1-7
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Tractor Hookup
Figure 1-9
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Driveline Installation
1. Slide the driveline over the splined shaft at the front
of the powered rake and secure with the locking
device of driveline.
IMPORTANT: The inner shield half hooks to the
powered rake.
2. Slide the driveline over the tractor’s splined PTO
shaft and secure with the locking device of driveline.
3. Hook the safety chain on the driveline powered rake
end around a tube on the front of the powered rake to
prevent the shield from rotating.
4. The driveline should now be moved back and forth to
insure that it is secure on the PTO shaft of the tractor
and powered rake drive shaft.
5. Should the driveline require shortening:
6. Should the powershaft require shortening:
a. Hold the half-shafts next to each other in the
shortest working position and mark them.
b. Shorten inner and outer guard tubes equally.
c. Shorten inner and outer sliding profiles by the
same length as the guard tubes.
d. Proper overlap is a minimum of one-half the
length of each tube, with both tubes being of
equal length.
e. Round off all sharp edges and remove burrs.
Grease sliding profiles.
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Prior to initial operation and after long periods of
inactivity, the Friction Clutch should be “run-in”. Refer to
1. Tighten all 4 nuts uniformly until the spring load is low
enough that the clutch slips freely with the PTO
engaged.
2. Turn nuts fully back. Clutch is ready for use.
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Friction Clutch “Run In”
Figure 1-10
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DANGER
Hydraulic fluid under pressure can penetrate skin. Wear
protective gloves and safety glasses or goggles when working
with hydraulic systems. Use a piece of cardboard or wood
rather than hands when searching for hydraulic leaks. If
hydraulic fluid is injected into the skin, it must be treated by a
doctor within a few hours or gangrene may result.
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Section 2: Operating Procedures
Section 2: Operating Procedures
Transporting
IMPORTANT: ALWAYS disengage PTO before
raising the powered rake to transport position.
3. When raising the powered rake to the transport
position, be sure that powershaft does not contact
tractor or powered rake.
4. Be sure to reduce tractor ground speed when
turning; and, leave enough clearance so the
powered rake does not contact obstacles such as
buildings, trees or fences.
5. Select a safe ground travel speed when transporting
from one area to another. When traveling on
roadways, transport in such a way that faster moving
vehicles may pass you safely.
6. When traveling over rough or hilly terrain, shift tractor
to a lower gear.
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CAUTION
When traveling on public roads whether at night or during the
day, use accessory light and devices for adequate warning to
operators of other vehicles. Comply with all federal, state and
local laws.
Operating Checklist
1. Check chain tension. Refer to “Drive Chain
Adjustment” on page 14.
2. Check oil level in gearbox and chaincase. Refer to
“Lubrication” on page 20 of this manual.
3. Check that all plugs have been replaced properly in
the gearbox and chaincase.
4. Be sure all bolts and nuts are tight.
5. Be certain all guards and shields are in place and
secure.
6. Grease PTO shaft and all other grease fittings. Refer
to “Lubrication” on page 20.
7. Check air pressure in gauge wheel tires. It should be
14 psi.
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Operating Instructions
1. Operate with 540 rpm PTO tractor.
2. DO NOT engage PTO at full throttle.
3. Raking should not be done in wet conditions as soil
will stick between the bars on the roller and reduce
the digging ability of the powered rake.
4. DO NOT make sharp turns or attempt to back up
while powered rake is in the ground.
5. DO NOT engage PTO with machine in the fully raised
position.
6. DO NOT drop the 3 point hitch. Lower the rock rake
slowly to the ground.
7. After raking the first 50 feet, stop and check to see
that the powered rake is adjusted properly.
8. The powered rake must be level front to rear and
side to side for proper performance. See “Setting
Depth & Leveling” on page 13 to level the powered
rake.
9. Operating depth will depend on conditions but
normally will be just skimming the surface to 1" deep.
See “Setting Depth & Leveling” on page 13 to set
the operating depth. Operating too shallow will allow
rocks and trash to pass under the roller while
operating too deep will cause dirt to flow over the
material control blade or too much dirt will be carried
out the end into the windrow.
10. Ground speed should be between 3 and 5 mph for
normal conditions. Under extremely rocky conditions
or when moving a large windrow ground speed may
have to be reduced for satisfactory performance. In
general the slower the ground speed the better job
the powered rake does of separating the dirt from the
rocks. If the ground speed is too fast then dirt will
pass over the top of the material control blade or too
much dirt will be carried out the end into the windrow.
11. Proper operating depth and ground speed are
interrelated and performance of the powered rake
will improve with operator experience.
12. Normal operating angle of the roller is all the way (20
degrees) left or right but may be varied depending on
what the conditions call for.
13. Periodically check for foreign objects wrapped
around the roller or stuck in between the bars on the
roller and remove them after disengaging PTO,
turning off tractor, and removing ignition key
14. The danish tine package option loosens rocks and
trash below the surface of the ground. Normal
operating depth is 1" to 4" deep when needed.
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Section 3: Adjustments
Section 3: Adjustments
Setting Depth and Leveling
IMPORTANT: It is very important that the powered
rake be level front to rear and left to right for proper
performance.
Leveling Left-To-Right
The powered rake must be level left to right for best
performance. Left to right leveling should be performed
on a flat surface such as a concrete slab.
1. Adjust the angle of the roller so it is at 0˚ or straight.
2. Check that the air pressure is 14 psi in both gauge
wheel tires.
3. Move the gauge wheels all the way down. See
“Setting Depth” page 13.
4. Block up under the front of the powered rake frame
until the powered rake is level front to rear.
5. Measure from the bottom of the left hand end of the
roller to the ground and from the right hand end of the
roller to the ground. If these measurements are not
equal then go on to step 6. If they are equal then the
powered rake is level left to right.
6. Loosen the mounting bolts bolting the right hand
roller leg to the frame and shim between the ground
and the bottom of the right hand end of the roller until
the right hand end is the same distance from the
ground as the left hand end.
7. Retighten the mounting bolts and the powered rake
is now level left to right.
8. Check the tractors lower 3-point lift arms to see if
they are the same distance above the ground and
adjust if necessary. Note: If these arms are not level
then the powered rake will not operate level.
Leveling Front-To-Rear
The operating depth must be set before leveling the
powered rake front to rear. See “Setting The Depth”
above. Leveling the powered rake front to rear is done in
the field by setting the down stop for the tractors lower 3
point arms at the point where the powered rake is level
front to rear. It is very important for the powered rake to
be level front to rear to eliminate gouging of the roller
when the powered rake is angled. If the powered rake is
too low in the front then the front portion of the roller will
cut deeper than the rear portion when angled. If the
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powered rake is too high in the front then the rear portion
of the roller will cut deeper than the front portion of the
roller when angled.
Setting The Depth
The powered rake must be level left to right before setting
the depth. The operating depth is controlled by the gauge
wheels and not the lower tractor 3 point lift arms. Move the
gauge wheels up for greater depth or move them down for
less depth.
1. Remove the bail pin, from the top of the gauge wheel
castor pivot.
2. Remove the gauge wheel assemblies and swap the
spacers, as necessary. Make sure both gauge
wheels are set to the same depth.
3. Reinstall the gauge wheel assemblies into their
mounts.
4. Reinstall the bail pin removed in step 1.
5. Re-level the powered rake front to rear. See
“Leveling Front To Rear” below.
Drive Chain Adjustment
!
CAUTION
BEFORE any maintenance is performed, lower the power
rake to the ground, stop tractor engine and remove the key. DO
NOT attempt to make maintenance adjustments while tractor
is running.
Refer to Figure 3-1:
1. By removing the rubber plug (#1) and sticking your
finger into hole, you can check chain tension.
(Movement should not exceed 5/8" of deflection).
2. If further investigation of chain is warranted, remove
chain idler access plate (#2) and gasket to check the
chain visually.
IMPORTANT: Care should be taken in removing
gasket.
3. Adjustment of drive chain can be accomplished by
loosening nut (#3) and screwing in stud (#4) to
tighten chain or out to loosen chain. Retighten nut
(#3) after adjustment is complete.
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IMPORTANT: Overtightening of chain may cause
premature wear of sprockets and chain.
4. Visually check the amount of adjustment left in the
idler. If the adjustment is almost gone then it is time
to replace the drive chain and or the sprockets. See
“Drive Chain Replacement” and “Sprocket
Replacement” below.
Material Control Blade Adjustment
Refer to Figure 3-2:
The material control blade can be adjusted three ways:
1. The gap between the bottom of the material control
blade and the top of the roller can be adjusted by the
adjuster bolt (#1). In general a wider gap will allow
larger rocks to pass through and will allow the dirt to
pass through faster for higher ground speeds. Make
sure the gap is the same on both ends of the blade.
Normal gap width is around 3/4”.
2. The pitch of the material control blade can be
adjusted by loosening the bolt (#2) and bolt (#3) and
pivoting the material control blade around the bolt
(#3). Normally a line from the top edge of the
material control blade to the bottom edge of the
material control blade should intersect the center of
the roller.
3. The material control blade can be adjusted front to
rear by loosening the bolt (#4) and moving the
material control blade front to rear in the slot (#5).
Normally the dimension “A” should be close to 1 3/4”.
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Figure 3-1
Material Control Blade Adjustment
Figure 3-2
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Section 4: Optional Equipment
Section 4: Optional Equipment
TINE FRAME ASSY PR2572 . . . . . . . . 314-044K
TINE FRAME ASSY PR2596 . . . . . . . . 314-045K
15844
HYDRAULIC TINE LIFT BUNDLE . . . . .314-040L
MANUAL TINE LIFT BUNDLE . . . . . . . .314-041L
MANUAL ANGLING BUNDLE . . . . . . . 314-128A
HYDRAULIC ANGLING BUNDLE . . . . 314-129A
15845
HYDRAULIC DIVERTER KIT . . . . . . . . 314-072A
15846
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Section 5: Maintenance & Lubrication
Section 5: Maintenance & Lubrication
Maintenance
Drive Chain Maintenance
Proper servicing and adjustment is the key to the long life
of any implement. With careful and systematic
inspection, you can avoid costly maintenance, time and
repair.
The operator should check periodically to make sure that
the drive chain is tight. If adjustment is needed refer to
“Drive Chain Adjustment” on page 14.
After using your Rotary Cutter for several hours, check
all bolts to be sure they are tight.
Replace any worn, damaged or illegible safety labels by
obtaining new labels from your Land Pride Dealer.
!
CAUTION
BEFORE any maintenance is preformed, lower the power rake
to the ground, stop tractor engine and remove key. DO NOT
attempt to make maintenance adjustments while tractor is
running.
Storage
At the end of the working season or when the powered
rake will not be used for a long period, it is good practice
to clean off any dirt or grease that may have accumulated
on any of the moving parts.
Check the roller cutting bars for wear and replace the
roller if necessary.
Inspect the powered rake for loose, damaged or worn
parts and adjust or replace if needed.
Lubricate as noted in “Lubrication” above.
Sprocket and Chain Replacement
Refer to Figure 1-10:
1. Remove cover plate (#1) and gasket (#2). Care
should be taken in removing gasket.
NOTE: Oil in chain case! Be prepared to capture oil
when taking cover off.
2. Loosen chain tension. Refer to “Drive Chain
Adjustment” page 14.
3. Remove nuts (#3), one on top and one on bottom.
4. Remove both sprockets (#4) and (#5) and chain (#6)
altogether.
5. Install new chain and sprockets.
6. Reinstall nuts (#3).
7. Retighten chain tension. Refer to “Drive Chain
Adjustment” on page 14.
8. Turn the roller several turns and observe the chain to
make sure everything is working properly.
9. Reinstall cover plate (#1) and gasket (#2).
10. Check the oil level in the chain case. See
“Lubrication” on page 21.
Repaint parts where paint is worn or scratched to prevent
rust.
Drain gearbox and chaincase oil. Drain oil in gearbox by
removing the bottom drain plug on. Drain oil in chaincase
by removing cover (#1) Figure 1-10. Be sure to refill
gearbox and chaincase at this time.
Take the pressure off the hydraulics cylinders and hoses
if the powered rake is equipped with the optional
hydraulic angling or tine lift.
Apply a light coat of grease to all exposed hydraulic
cylinder rods.
Store powered rake in a clean, dry place.
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Drive Sprocket and Drive Chain Replacement
Figure 5-1
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Section 5: Maintenance & Lubrication
Bottom and Top Seal Installation
Friction Clutch PTO
If the bottom and top seals (#7) Figure 5-1 on page 17
need replacing refer to Figure 5-2 and Figure 5-3.
Refer to Figure 5-4:
Powered Rake drive components are protected from
shock loads by a two plate friction clutch located
between the gearbox and the drive shaft.
The clutch should slip during operation to protect the
powered rake from excessive loads.
Prior to initial operation and after long periods of
inactivity, the Friction Clutch should be “run-in”.
1. Tighten all 4 nuts uniformly until the spring load is low
enough that the clutch slips freely with the PTO
engaged.
2. Engage the PTO until the clutch rotates one
revolution.
3. Turn nuts fully back. Clutch is ready for use.
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Top Bearing Seal Location
Figure 5-2
10103
Friction Clutch “Run In”
Figure 5-4
15836
Bottom Bearing Seal Location
Figure 5-3
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2-Plate Slip Clutch
Assembly
NOTE: Before proceeding, secure the clutch firmly in
a vise or other clamping device to prevent injury.
Step 1
Disassembly
Place the hub and friction disks into the
housing.
Step 1
Remove snap ring.
Step 2
Step 2
Remove backup ring, lock collar,
compression spring, bottom backup
ring, and balls.
Compress the Belleville Springs to the
pressure plate by tightening the four
hex nuts and then placing the assembly
into the clutch housing.
Step 3
Step 3
Tighten the four hex nuts uniformly until
the clutch pack and hub are loose.
Bend the retaining lugs inward over the
Belleville Spring edges to secure the
spring before backing the four hex nuts
off.
Step 4
Step 4
Bend all four retaining lugs out on the
edge of the clutch housing.
With the lugs bent in, loosen the four
hex nuts completely to the end of the
threaded studs.
Step 5
Insert greased balls.
Step 5
Remove the thrust plate with the
Belleville Springs and lug rings to
access friction disks and hub for
inspection or service.
Step 6
Install bottom backup ring,
compression spring, lock collar, and top
backup ring.
Step 6
Inspect friction disks and hub.
Step 7
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Lubrication
Legend
Multi-purpose
spray lube
Multi-purpose
grease lube
Multi-purpose
oil lube
50
Intervals in hours
at which lubrication
is required
Lubrication Points
As
Required
Double Joint Zerks
Type of Lubrication: Multi-Purpose Grease
15836
As
Required
Driveline U-Joints
Type of Lubrication: Multi-Purpose Grease
14294
As
Required
Driveline Shaft
Type of Lubrication: Multi-Purpose Grease
14294
50
Hours
Gearbox Gear Lube
Type of Lubrication: SAE 90
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As
Required
Pivot Bearings
Type of Lubrication: Multi-Purpose Grease
15838
As
Required
Gauge Wheel Spindle
Type of Lubrication: Multi-Purpose Grease
15838
As
Required
Gauge Wheel
Type of Lubrication: Multi-Purpose Grease
15839
As
Required
Drive Chain
Type of Lubrication: Multi-Purpose Grease
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As
Required
Tine Lift Arms
Type of Lubrication: Multi-Purpose Grease
15841
As
Required
Gauge Wheel Spindle
Type of Lubrication: Multi-Purpose Grease
15842
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Section 6: Specifications & Capacities
Section 6: Specifications & Capacities
PR2572 & PR2596 Powered Rake
PR2572
PR2596
Hitch
Cat. 1 W/ Floating Top Clevis
Non-Angled Width
83"
107"
Non-Angled Working Width
72"
96"
Non-Angled Length
85” Wheels outboard
63” Wheel inboard
Overall Height
Machine Weight*
Minimum HP Required
Maximum HP Required
Gearbox
PTO
Driveline
Angle Adjustment
Material Control Blade
44”
1,240 pounds*
1,400 pounds*
Approximately 20 PTO
Approximately 35 PTO
50 PTO
Cast iron - 540 RPM
Cat. 3 W/ Slide Collar Connection
Constant Velocity Double U-Joint W/ Belleville washer Slip-Clutch
20 degrees left or right
Heavy duty cast iron pivot
Hydraulic or manual ratchet with shear pin
1/2” x 6” Heat Treated
Bevelled - Adjustable - Floating - Reversible
Roller Tube
1/4” Wall - 6 1/2” Diameter - 8 Each 3/4” Bars
Depth Control
2 Each 6.5” x 13” Air Tires W/ sealant
Roller bearings and Spacer height adjustment
Roller RPM
227 RPM
Drive Chain
#50 -2
Enclosed in oil bath
Danish Tines
3 Ranks - 8” Spacing - Hydraulic or Manual
* With Optional Tine Package, Hydraulic Tine Lift Option and Hydraulic Angling Option.
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Section 7: Troubleshooting
Section 7: Troubleshooting
Problem
Machine makes intermittent clicking
noise
Solution
Replace drive chain & or sprockets
Replace damaged gear
Replace drive chain
PTO vibrates
Replace universal joint
Lower machine and readjust tractor lift stop
Gearbox noise is noticeable and
constant
Allow time for break-in
Add oil
Replace gears
Oil leaking from gearbox
Replace seals or gaskets
Drain to proper level
Roller will not turn
Engage PTO
Repair drive chain
Reduce load to powered rake
Operating depth insufficient
Raise gauge wheels
Increase tractor RPM
Replace roller
Clear roller
Clean roller
Roller gouging on the end
Level powered rake
Set gauge wheel depth
Correct air pressure
Adjust tractor lower 3-point arms
Too much dirt going into the wind row or
dirt going over the top of the material
control blade
Reduce ground speed
Raise material control blade
Lower gauge wheels
Too many rocks passing between
material control blade and the roller
Lower material control blade
Adjust pitch
Adjust material control blade
Powered rake not following ground
contours
Adjust the tractor top link
Roller balling up with soil
Wait until soil dries
Powered Rake bumping on ground
Clean roller
Rear Frame pivoting uncontrolled
Replace shear pin
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Section 8: Appendix
Section 8: Appendix
Torque Values Chart
Bolt Head Identification
Bolt Head Identification
Bolt Size
(Inches)
in-tpi 1
1/4" - 20
1/4" - 28
5/16" - 18
5/16" - 24
3/8" - 16
3/8" - 24
7/16" - 14
7/16" - 20
1/2" - 13
1/2" - 20
9/16" - 12
9/16" - 18
5/8" - 11
5/8" - 18
3/4" - 10
3/4" - 16
7/8" - 9
7/8" - 14
1" - 8
1" - 12
1-1/8" - 7
1 1/8" - 12
1 1/4" - 7
1 1/4" - 12
1 3/8" - 6
1 3/8" - 12
Grade 2
Grade 5
Bolt Size
(Metric)
Grade 8
5.8
8.8
10.9
Class 5.8
Class 8.8
Class 10.9
N · m ft-lb 3 N · m ft-lb N · m ft-lb
mm x pitch N · m ft-lb N · m ft-lb N · m ft-lb
7.4
8.5
15
17
27
31
43
49
66
75
95
105
130
150
235
260
225
250
340
370
480
540
680
750
890
1010
M 5 X 0.8
M6X1
M 8 X 1.25
M8X1
M10 X 1.5
M10 X 0.75
M12 X 1.75
M12 X 1.5
M12 X 1
M14 X 2
M14 X 1.5
M16 X 2
M16 X 1.5
M18 X 2.5
M18 X 1.5
M20 X 2.5
M20 X 1.5
M24 X 3
M24 X 2
M30 X 3.5
M30 X 2
M36 X 3.5
M36 X 2
5.6
6
11
13
20
22
32
36
49
55
70
79
97
110
170
190
165
185
250
275
355
395
500
555
655
745
11
13
24
26
42
47
67
75
105
115
150
165
205
230
360
405
585
640
875
955
1080
1210
1520
1680
1990
2270
8
10
17
19
31
35
49
55
76
85
110
120
150
170
265
295
430
475
645
705
795
890
1120
1240
1470
1670
16
18
33
37
59
67
95
105
145
165
210
235
285
325
510
570
820
905
1230
1350
1750
1960
2460
2730
3230
3680
12
14
25
27
44
49
70
78
105
120
155
170
210
240
375
420
605
670
910
995
1290
1440
1820
2010
2380
2710
1
2
4
7
17
18
33
39
58
60
90
92
99
145
155
195
220
280
310
480
525
960
1060
1730
1880
3
5
12
13
24
29
42
44
66
68
73
105
115
145
165
205
230
355
390
705
785
1270
1380
6
11
26
28
52
61
91
95
105
145
155
225
240
310
350
440
650
760
830
1510
1680
2650
2960
5
8
19
21
39
45
67
70
77
105
115
165
180
230
260
325
480
560
610
1120
1240
1950
2190
9
15
36
39
72
85
125
130
145
200
l215
315
335
405
485
610
900
1050
1150
2100
2320
3660
4100
7
11
27
29
53
62
93
97
105
150
160
230
245
300
355
450
665
780
845
1550
1710
2700
3220
in-tpi = nominal thread diameter in inches-threads per
N· m = newton-meters
3 ft-lb= foot pounds
1 1/2" - 6
1180 870
2640 1950 4290 3160
4 mm x pitch = nominal thread diameter in millimeters x
1 1/2" - 12
1330 980
2970 2190 4820 3560
Torque tolerance + 0%, -15% of torquing values. Unless otherwise specified use torque values listed above.
Tire Inflation Chart
TireSize
13 x 6.5 6- Ply
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Inflation
PSI
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Notes
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Section 8: Appendix
Warranty
Land Pride warrants to the original purchaser that this Land Pride product will
be free from defects in material and workmanship beginning on the date of
purchase by the end user according to the following schedule when used as
intended and under normal service and conditions for personal use.
Overall Unit and Driveline: One year Parts and Labor
Gearbox: Five years Parts and Labor.
Hydraulic Cylinder: One year Parts and Labor.
Hoses and seals: Considered wear items.
Driveline Slip-Clutch Friction discs: Considered wear items.
Roller: Considered wear item.
This Warranty is limited to the replacement of any defective part by Land
Pride and the installation by the dealer of any such replacement part, and does
not cover common wear items. Land Pride reserves the right to inspect any
equipment or parts which are claimed to have been defective in material or
workmanship.
This Warranty does not apply to any part or product which in Land Pride’s
judgment shall have been misused or damaged by accident or lack of normal
maintenance or care, or which has been repaired or altered in a way which
adversely affects its performance or reliability, or which has been used for a
purpose for which the product is not designed. Misuse also specifically includes
failure to properly maintain oil levels, grease points, and driveline shafts.
Claims under this Warranty should be made to the dealer which originally sold
the product and all warranty adjustments must be made through an authorized
Land Pride dealer. Land Pride reserves the right to make changes in materials
or design of the product at any time without notice.
This Warranty shall not be interpreted to render Land Pride liable for damages
of any kind, direct, consequential, or contingent to property. Furthermore, Land
Pride shall not be liable for damages resulting from any cause beyond its
reasonable control. This Warranty does not extend to loss of crops, any expense
or loss for labor, supplies, rental machinery or for any other reason.
No other warranty of any kind whatsoever, express or implied, is made
with respect to this sale; and all implied warranties of merchantability and
fitness for a particular purpose which exceed the obligations set forth in
this written warranty are hereby disclaimed and excluded from this sale.
This Warranty is not valid unless registered with Land Pride within 30 days
from the date of purchase by the end user.
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