T6 Power Rake T64E051

POWER BOX RAKE®
MODEL T-6
OPERATOR’S MANUAL
DATE PURCHASED
PN-P970612 (02/2004)
SERIAL NUMBER
INTRODUCTION
Glenmac Inc., along with your authorized dealer, sales person, executive and production worker, are proud that
you chose to purchase a Harley Power Box Rake®. Equipment under the Harley name has been built for over 35
years and is sold and used worldwide.
The purpose of this manual is to provide you, the operator, with the proper instructions on safety, assembly and
operation so you will realize the optimum purpose of your purchase. Successful operation and long- life of the
Power Box Rake® depends on you. It is up to you to be familiar with the proper operation and the care required
to maintain the equipment in top condition.
To keep your equipment at peak performance, please read this manual carefully several times and follow the
directions. Correct operation and maintenance will save much time and expense.
Please don’t forget to fill in the warranty card and send it in within 10 days of your purchase date. While you are
filling in the card with the correct information put the date purchased and the serial number on the front cover of this
manual and that way the information is handy when you need it.
Thank you for purchasing a HARLEY POWER BOX RAKE®.
Throughout this manual, the term IMPORTANT is used to indicate that failure to observe can cause damage to
equipment. The terms CAUTION, WARNING and DANGER are used in conjunction with the Safety-Alert
Symbol, (a triangle with an exclamation mark), to indicate the degree of hazard for items of personal safety.
This Safety-Alert Symbol indicates a hazard and means
ATTENTION! BECOME ALERT! YOUR SAFETY IS
INVOLVED!
DANGER
Indicates an imminently hazardous situation that, if not avoided,
will result in death or serious injury.
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.
CAUTION
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Indicates a potentially hazardous situation that, if not avoided,
may result in minor or moderate injury.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Introduction ........................................................................... 1
Specifications ........................................................................ 2
Owner Assistance .................................................................. 3
General Information............................................................... 4
Bolt Size Chart ...................................................................... 4
Bolt Torque Chart ..............................................................5-6
Safety Rules .......................................................................6-9
Safety Decals .................................................................. 10-11
Operation ........................................................................ 12-17
Maintenance.................................................................... 18-24
Trouble Shooting ................................................................. 21
Assembly, Parts Identification, and Drawings ................ 25-37
Warranty .............................................................................. 38
SPECIFICATIONS
Raking Width .............................................................................. 72 Inches
Roller Type .......................................... Tooth Roller Standard 9" Diameter
Roller Angle ..................................................... 15 Degrees Both Directions
Gap (Tube to Barrier) ............................................... 1-1/4" - 3" Adjustable
Tires .......................................................................................... 16.5 x 6.5-8
Tire Pressure ...................................................................................... 60 psi
Weight .............................................................................................. 840 lbs
Oil Capacity of Chain Case .................................. Approximately 1.5 Pints
Tractor Three-Point Attachment ........................................................ Cat. 1
PTO Drive ................................................................................... 540 RPM
Tractor Hydraulic System ...................... 3-Pt Hitch and One Remote Valve
Tractor PTO HP ........................................................................ 25 - 40 HP
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OWNER ASSISTANCE
1. We at Glenmac, Inc. and your authorized Harley dealer want you to be completely satisfied with your investment.
Sometimes, however, misunderstandings can occur. To resolve any problems that may occur please follow the
instructions below. If you did not purchase your Power Box Rake® from an authorized Harley dealer, go to
number (2) below.
A. Contact the Service Manager of the dealership, explain the problem, and request assistance. If
additional assistance is needed, your dealer had direct access to our home office.
B. If your problem has not been handled to your satisfaction contact:
Customer Service (8:00 am – 5:00 pm Central Time)
Glenmac, Inc.
P.O. Box 2135
Jamestown, ND 58402-2135
(701) 252-9300
C. Please be prepared to provide the following information:
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Your name, address, and telephone number,
Machine model and SERIAL NUMBER,
Dealership name and address,
Machine purchase date,
Nature of problem.
Your problem will likely be resolved in the dealership using the dealer’s facilities, equipment, and personnel.
Therefore, it is important that your initial contact be with the dealer.
2. If you did not purchase your equipment from an authorized dealer, call Glenmac, Inc. (see B above); there may
be a new dealer in your area since you purchased your Power Box Rake®. If there is no dealer in your area, our
Customer Service Department can and will help you obtain the parts and information you may need. Please be
prepared to provide the information requested under C above.
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GENERAL INFORMATION
The purpose of this manual is to assist you in operating
and maintaining your Power Box Rake®. Read it
carefully. It furnishes information and instructions that
will help you achieve years of dependable
performance. These instructions have been compiled
from extensive field experience and engineering data.
Some information may be general in nature due to
unknown and varying operating conditions. However,
through experience and these instructions, you should
be able to develop procedures suitable to your
particular situation.
The illustrations and data used in this manual were
current at the time of printing, but due to possible
inline production changes, your machine may vary
slightly in detail. We reserve the right to redesign
and change the machines as may be necessary without
notification.
Throughout this manual, references are made to front,
back, right and left directions. These are determined
by sitting in the operator’s seat of the tractor.
BOLT SIZE CHART
NOTE: Chart shows bolt thread sizes and corresponding head (wrench) sizes for standard SAE and Metric Bolts.
SAE Bolt Thread Sizes
5/16
3/8
1/2
5/8
3/4
7/8
16MM
18MM
Metric Bolt Thread Sizes
8MM
10MM
12MM
14MM
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BOLT TORQUE CHART
After every ten (10) hours of operation, check all hardware and tighten where required.
SAE Series Torque Chart
DO NOT use these values if a different torque value or tightening procedure is listed for a specific application.
Torque values listed are for general use only.
Fasteners should be replaced with the same grade.
Make sure fastener threads are clean and you properly start thread engagement. This will prevent them from failing
when tightening.
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BOLT TORQUE CHART
Metric Series Torque Chart
Use only metric tools on metric hardware. Other tools may not fit properly. They may slip and cause injury.
DO NOT use these values if a different torque value or tightening procedure is listed for a specific application.
Torque values listed are for general use only.
Fasteners should be replaced with the same grade.
Make sure fastener threads are clean and you properly start thread engagement. This will prevent them from failing
when tightening.
After every ten (10) hours of operation, check all hardware and tighten where required.
SAFETY RULES
ATTENTION! BECOME ALERT! YOUR SAFETY IS INVOLVED!
TRAINING
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.
The designed and tested safety of this equipment
depends on it being operated within the limitations as
explained in this manual.
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Safety instructions are important! Read all
attachment and power unit manuals; follow all
safety rules and safety decal information.
(Replacement manuals are available from dealer
or, in the United States and Canada, call 1-800437-9779.) Failure to follow instructions or safety
rules can result in serious injury or death.
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If you do not understand any part of this manual
and need assistance, see your dealer.
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Know your controls and how to stop engine and
attachment quickly in an emergency.
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Operators must be instructed in and be capable of
the safe operation of the equipment, its
attachments, and all controls. Do not allow anyone
to operate this equipment without proper
instructions.
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SAFETY RULES
ATTENTION! BECOME ALERT! YOUR SAFETY IS INVOLVED!
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Manual. Do not operate until control lever and
equipment movements are correct.
Keep hands and body away from pressurized lines.
Use paper or cardboard, not body parts to check
for leaks. Wear safety goggles. Hydraulic fluid
under pressure can easily penetrate skin and will
cause serious injury or death.
Make sure that all operating and service personnel
know that in the event hydraulic fluid penetrates
skin, it must be surgically removed as soon as
possible by a doctor familiar with this form of
injury or gangrene, serious injury, or death will
result.
CONTACT A PHYSICIAN
IMMEDIATELY IF FLUID ENTERS SKIN
OR EYES. DO NOT DELAY.
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Make sure all hydraulic hoses, fittings, and valves
are in good condition and not leaking before starting
power unit or using equipment. Check and route
hoses carefully to prevent damage. Hoses must
not be twisted, bent sharply, kinked, frayed,
pinched, or come into contact with any moving
parts. Operate moveable components through full
operational range to check clearances. Replace any
damaged hoses immediately.
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Always wear relatively tight and belted clothing to
avoid entanglement in moving parts. Wear sturdy,
rough-soled work shoes and protective equipment
for eyes, hair, hands, hearing, and head.
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Ensure implement is properly attached, adjusted,
and in good operating condition.
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Power unit must be equipped with ROPS (Roll
Over Protection Structure) or ROPS CAB and seat
belt. Keep seat belt securely fastened. Falling off
power unit can result in death from being run over
or crushed. Keep foldable ROPS systems in
“locked up” position at all times.
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Remove accumulated debris from this equipment,
tractor, and engine to avoid fire hazard.
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A minimum 20% of tractor and equipment weight
must be on tractor front wheels with attachments
in “transport” position. Without this weight,
tractor could tip over causing personal injury or
death. The weight may be attained with a loader,
front wheel weights, ballast in tires, or front tractor
weights. When attaining the minimum 20%
weight on the front wheels, you must not exceed
the Roll Over Protection Structure (ROPS) weight
certification. Weigh the tractor and equipment.
Do not estimate.
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Ensure all safety decals are installed. Replace if
damaged. (See “Safety Decals” section for
location.)
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Ensure shields and guards are properly installed
and in good condition. Replace if damaged.
Do not allow children or untrained persons to
operate equipment.
PREPARATION
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Air in hydraulic systems can cause erratic operation
and allows loads or equipment components to drop
unexpectedly. Before operating or allowing
anyone to approach the equipment, purge any air
in the system by operating all hydraulic functions
several times after connecting equipment,
connecting hoses, or doing any hydraulic
maintenance.
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Check that all hardware is tight and properly
installed. Always tighten to torque chart
specifications.
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Before starting tractor, check all equipment
driveline guards for damage and make sure they
rotate freely on all drivelines. Replace any
damaged guards. If guards do not rotate freely on
drivelines, repair and replace bearings before
operating.
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Make sure driveline is correct length to prevent
bottoming out or pulling apart during the full lift
range of the hitch.
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Make sure spring-activated locking pin or collar
slides freely and is seated firmly in tractor PTO
splined groove.
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After connecting hoses, check that all control lever
positions function as instructed in the Operator’s
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SAFETY RULES
ATTENTION! BECOME ALERT! YOUR SAFETY IS INVOLVED!
OPERATIONAL SAFETY
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No riders are allowed on equipment.
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Consult local utilities before digging. Know location
and depth of, and avoid contacting, all underground
cables, pipelines, and other hazards in working area.
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Do not allow other people in the area when
operating, attaching, removing, assembling, or
servicing equipment.
Always sit in tractor seat when operating controls
or starting engine. Securely fasten seat belt, place
transmission in neutral, engage brake, and ensure
all other controls are disengaged before starting
tractor engine.
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Operate tractor PTO at RPM speed stated in
“Specifications” section.
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Do not operate tractor PTO during transport.
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Stop tractor and implement immediately upon
striking an obstruction. Turn off engine, remove
key, inspect, and repair any damage before
resuming operation.
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Before dismounting tractor or performing any
service or maintenance, disengage power to
implement, lower the 3-point hitch and all raised
components to the ground, operate valve levers to
release any hydraulic pressure, stop engine, set
parking brake, remove key, and unfasten seat belt.
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Lower implement to ground or block securely, turn
tractor engine off, remove key, and disconnect
driveline from tractor PTO before performing any
service or maintenance.
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Power unit must be equipped with ROPS or ROPS
CAB and seat belt. Keep seat belt securely fastened.
Falling off power unit can result n death from being
run over or crushed. Keep foldable ROPS systems
in “locked up” position at all times.
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Only engage power when equipment is at ground
operating level. Always disengage power when
equipment is raised off the ground.
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Do not disconnect hydraulic lines until all system
pressure is relieved. Lower unit to ground, stop
engine, and operate all hydraulic control levers.
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Ensure implement is properly attached, adjusted,
and in good operating condition.
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Keep bystanders away from equipment while it is
in operation.
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Never go underneath equipment lowered to the
ground or raised. Never place any part of the body
underneath equipment or between moveable parts
even when the engine has been turned off.
Hydraulic system leak-down, hydraulic system
failures, mechanical failures, or movement of
control levers can cause equipment to drop or rotate
unexpectedly and cause severe injury or death.
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Service work does not require going underneath
equipment.
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Read Operator’s Manual for service instructions
or have done by a qualified dealer.
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Never direct discharge toward people, animals, or
property.
Look down and to the rear and make sure area is
clear before operating in reverse.
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Do not operate equipment while under the
influence of alcohol or drugs.
Use extreme care when working close to fences,
ditches, other obstructions, or on hillsides.
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Do no operate on steep slopes.
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Operate only in daylight or good artificial light.
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Keep hands, feet, hair, and clothing away from
equipment while engine is running. Stay clear of
all moving parts.
Do not stop, start, or change directions suddenly
on slopes.
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Use extreme care and reduce ground speed on
slopes and rough terrain.
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Always comply with all state and local lighting and
marking requirements.
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Watch for hidden hazards on the terrain during
operation.
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SAFETY RULES
ATTENTION! BECOME ALERT! YOUR SAFETY IS INVOLVED!
MAINTENANCE SAFETY
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Your dealer can supply original equipment,
hydraulic accessories and repair parts. Substitute
parts may not meet original equipment
specifications and may be dangerous.
Always wear relatively tight and belted clothing to
avoid entanglement in moving parts. Wear sturdy,
rough-soled work shoes, and protective equipment
for eyes, hair, hand, hearing, and head.
Before dismounting tractor or performing any
service or maintenance, disengage power to
implement, lower the 3-point hitch and all raised
components to the ground, operate valve levers to
release any hydraulic pressure, stop engine, set
parking brake, remove key, and unfasten seat belt.
Lower implement to ground or block securely, turn
tractor engine off, remove key, and disconnect
driveline from tractor PTO before performing any
service or maintenance.
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Do not allow other people in the area when
operating, attaching, removing, assembling, or
servicing equipment.
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Do not modify or alter, or permit anyone else to
modify or alter, the equipment or any of its
components in any way.
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Never go underneath equipment lowered to the
ground or raised. Never place any part of the body
underneath equipment or between moveable parts
even when the engine has been turned off.
Hydraulic system leak-down, hydraulic system
failures, mechanical failures, or movement of
control levers can cause equipment to drop or rotate
unexpectedly and cause severe injury or death.
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Service work does not require going underneath
equipment.
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Read Operator’s Manual for service instructions
or have done by a qualified dealer.
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Ensure implement is properly attached, adjusted,
and in good operating condition.
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Never perform service or maintenance with engine
running.
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Keep all persons away from operator control area
while performing adjustments, service, or
maintenance.
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Tighten all bolts, nuts, and screws to torque chart
specifications. Check that all cotter pins are
installed securely to ensure equipment is in a safe
condition before operating.
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Ensure all safety decals are installed. Replace if
damaged. (See “Safety Decals” section for
location.)
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Ensure shields and guards are properly installed
and in good condition. Replace if damaged.
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Do not disconnect hydraulic lines until all system
pressure is relieved. Lower unit to ground, stop
engine, and operate all hydraulic control levers.
STORAGE
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Follow manual instructions for storage.
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Keep children and bystanders away from storage
area.
Review the video
included with
your Rake for
safety
tips!
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SAFETY DECALS
ATTENTION! BECOME ALERT! YOUR SAFETY IS INVOLVED!
#1 - PN: P970400
#4 - PN: P970100
#2 - PN: P970300
#5 - PN: P970250
#3 - PN: P970301
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SAFETY DECALS
ATTENTION! BECOME ALERT! YOUR SAFETY IS INVOLVED!
Figure 1
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OPERATION
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.
body underneath equipment or between
moveable parts even when the engine has been
turned off. Hydraulic system leak-down,
hydraulic system failures, mechanical failures,
or movement of control levers can cause
equipment to drop or rotate unexpectedly and
cause severe injury or death.
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.
The operator is responsible for the safe operation of
this equipment. Operators must be instructed in and
be capable of the safe operation of the equipment, its
attachments, and all controls. Do not allow anyone to
operate this equipment without proper instructions.
The power rake is designed for removing rock, and
small debris, and for thatching. This manual contains
information for the T6 model. Refer to the information
in this manual for specifications, parts, assembly, and
adjustment.
WARNING
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Do not allow children or untrained persons to
operate equipment.
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Power unit must be equipped with ROPS or
ROPS CAB and seat belt. Keep seat belt
securely fastened. Falling off power unit can
result in death from being run over or crushed.
Keep foldable ROPS systems in “locked up”
position at all times.
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Do not allow other people in the area when
operating, attaching, removing, assembling, or
servicing equipment.
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Never go underneath equipment lowered to the
ground or raised. Never place any part of the
Service work does not require going
underneath equipment.
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Read Operator’s Manual for service
instructions or have done by a qualified
dealer.
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Before dismounting tractor or performing any
service or maintenance, disengage power to
implement, lower the 3-point hitch and all
raised components to the ground, operate valve
levers to release any hydraulic pressure, stop
engine, set parking brake, remove key, and
unfasten seat belt.
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Ensure implement is properly attached,
adjusted, and in good operating condition.
ATTACHING POWER RAKE TO TRACTOR
Safety instructions are important! Read all
attachment and power unit manuals; follow all
safety rules and safety decal information.
(Replacement manuals are available from
dealer or, in the United States and Canada, call
1-800-437-9779.) Failure to follow instructions
or safety rules can result in serious injury or
death.
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Move tractor into position in front of the power rake.
Move back slowly and carefully, not allowing anyone
to be between the tractor and the rake. Turn off tractor
engine. Attach the two lower arms of the 3-point hitch
with the two hitch-pin assemblies.
Attach the tractor center link to the upper hitch point
of the power rake. Use either the “lock-out” setting or
the “float” feature depending on your application.
Attach the front PTO from the power rake to the tractor.
Slide the front section of the PTO into the back section
and attach to the PTO shaft at the rear of the tractor.
Wrap driveline storage chain around hitch tube and
secure it so that it will not contact PTO driveline.
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IMPORTANT
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PRE-OPERATION CHECK LIST
___ Review and follow all safety rules and safety
decal instructions on pages 6 through 11.
If the PTO is too long, severe PTO and gearbox
damage is possible when hooking up the PTO
from the power rake to the tractor. The front
PTO is long enough to fit a variety of tractors.
It is possible that the front PTO will need to
be cut. There will be NO benefit by cutting
only one telescoping section. Both sections of
the PTO must be cut. DO NOT FORCE THE
PTO TO FIT.
___ Check that all safety decals are installed and in
good condition. Replace if damaged.
___ Check that all shields and guards are properly
installed and in good condition. Replace if
damaged.
___ Check that all hardware and cotter pins are
properly installed and secured.
WARRANTY IS VOID IF THE PTO IS
TOO LONG, resulting in gearbox, PTO, yoke,
or cross bearing damage.
___ Check that equipment is properly and securely
attached to tractor.
The PTO, when attached to the tractor and gearbox,
must not extend so there is less than five inches of
overlap within the PTO.
___ Make sure driveline spring-activated locking pin
or collar slides freely and is seated firmly in
tractor PTO spline groove.
Attach the two hydraulic lines on the rake to the two
female hydraulic couplers on the tractor. The hydraulic
hose ends on the power rake are ISO male couplers,
which are compatible with newer tractors.
___ Before starting tractor, check all equipment
driving guards for damage and make sure they
rotate freely on all drivelines. Replace any
damaged guards. If guards do not rotate freely
on drivelines, repair and replace bearings before
operating.
Raise jackstand and secure in operating position.
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___ Do not allow riders.
Always clean connector ends prior to attaching.
Dirt could contaminate hydraulic fluid and
damage the hydraulic system.
___ Check for and keep all bystanders away from
equipment working area.
___ Make sure gearbox is filled to the correct level
with high quality 80W-90 gear oil.
POWER RAKE FUNCTION
The tractor PTO drives the roller, which digs into the
ground, cultivating and pulling up rocks, roots, and
debris.
___ Check all lubrication points and grease as
instructed in “Maintenance, Lubrication”
information.
The clean soil goes between the roller and barrier,
while the rocks, roots, and debris work to the side in a
windrow.
___ Check that all hydraulic hoses and fittings are
in good condition and not leaking before starting
tractor. Check that hoses are not twisted, bent
sharply, kinked, frayed, or pulled tight. Replace
any damaged hoses immediately.
With the endplates mounted in the working position
and the rake straight (endplates parallel with tractor
tires), material can be moved along, filling in the low
spots.
___ Make sure tractor ROPS or ROPS CAB and seat
belt are in good condition. Keep seat belt
securely fastened during operation.
Maximum safe PTO operating speed is 540 RPM.
___ Check tire pressure and service if necessary.
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OPERATION
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
Power Rake Angle Adjustment
Read and understand the power rake and tractor
Operator’s Manuals before operating the power rake.
Failure to do so may result in death, serious personal
injury, or property damage.
The power rake may be angled up to 15 degrees left or
right for placing material in a windrow.
With the power rake angle cylinder connected to a
tractor hydraulic control valve, move tractor control
valve to select the desired angle. Return the tractor
control to neutral to maintain the selected angle.
Never raise the power rake more than a few inches off
the ground when traveling from job site to job site.
Shut off the engine, set brake, remove key, and remove
seat belt before dismounting the tractor.
Power Roller
The roller should be level with the ground. To level the
rake from side to side, adjust one of the tractor 3-point
lower lift arms.
WARNING
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Look down and to the rear and make sure
area is clear before operating in reverse.
Never direct discharge toward people, animals,
or property.
Only engage power when equipment is at
ground operating level. Always disengage
power when equipment is raised off the ground.
The power rake should be level front to back. Level
the rake using the tractor 3-point top link, the 3-point
lift arms, or the gauge wheels.
To allow the roller to penetrate deeper into the ground,
loosen the handle and raise the gauge wheels. To
achieve the opposite, lower the gauge wheels.
Start-Up Sequence
Be sure to check the air pressure in each tire regularly
so that an even, consistent grade will be maintained.
WARNING
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Barrier
Only engage power when equipment is at
ground operating level. Always disengage
power when equipment is raised off the
ground.
The normal gap between the roller and barrier for
average conditions is about 1-1/4". This gap can be
adjusted by rotating the barrier and pinning in desired
position. A wider opening will allow more dirt and rock
to pass through, allowing wet soil to dry for final raking.
For finer raking, reduce the gap. (Be careful not to let
roller hit barrier.) The gap should be the same all the
way across. Barrier adjustment is shown in Figure 2
(page 17).
Before using your new Harley Power Box Rake, the
slip clutch assembly must be in RUN-IN. See
CLUTCH in the maintenance section, page 22, for the
RUN-IN procedure. After you have completed the
RUN-IN of the clutch, return to the operating
instructions and procede with start-up. Failure to run
the clutch in could result in pre-mature drive line failure
and warranty will be voided.
Operating Depth
When power raking, the depth will determine how much
dirt is carried ahead of the roller. The ideal depth will
vary with conditions and can be anywhere from
skimming the surface to about 3 inches deep. See
instructions in “Power Roller” above to set roller depth.
Start tractor engine.
Lower power rake slowly to the ground.
Engage tractor PTO.
Increase engine rpm to give desired rpm at the roller.
Normal operating speed must not exceed 540 rpm. If
operating in heavy rock, reduce the speed slightly.
When making the first windrow, the level of dirt may
be halfway up on the barrier. When moving the
windrow two or three times, the level of the dirt may
be to the top of the barrier. However, try to prevent
material from flowing over the top.
Move the tractor forward. Select a slow tractor speed
and increase slightly until operation is satisfactory.
Ground Speed
Ground speed should be between 3 mph and 5 mph
under normal conditions. In heavy rock, reduce the
ground speed to 1 mph to 3 mph.
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The power rake allows fast raking of large areas of
ground by being able to move windrows several times.
Of course, the volume or density of the material being
raked will dictate how many times a windrow can be
moved.
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Soil can be removed from the windrow of rocks by
moving it back and forth a few times onto the clean
area. If dirt clods are a problem, running the tractor
tire over the windrow and then moving it a final time
will help to break up and cut down on dirt clods.
the tooth roller. The top link is shortened to take the
guide wheels off the ground so only the toothed roller
is in contact with the ground. The rake can be straight
or angled, with the barrier opened up to allow material
to flow over the roller and not slow the process.
Endplates
Debris Removal
The function of the endplates is to contain the material
in front of the roller while the clean material passes
between the roller and barrier.
Once the surface has been loosened, the process of
removing debris can begin. The 3-point hitch top link
is mounted in the “float” position holes. This allows
the rake to begin the early stages of the final grading
process. The 3-point hitch is lowered until the guide
wheels control the depth of the toothed roller. The
rake can be angled at this time for windrowing debris
or the rake can be set straight with both endplates
installed to collect debris. Tractor travel speed should
be increased for this process.
With the endplates mounted in the operating position
and the rake straight (endplates parallel with tractor
tires), material can be moved along, filling in the low
spots.
By decreasing the gap between the roller and barrier,
more material can be pulled along. Barrier adjustment
is shown in Figure 2 (page 17).
Finish Grading
When not using the endplates for operation, they can
be placed in “storage” position, see Figure 2 (page 17).
For this operation, set the tractor top link in the “float”
position and mount both endplates in the “forward”
position. The rake is tilted forward until the teeth of
the toothed roller are barely touching the soil. Tractor
speed can be increased for this operation, the idea being
to collect material from the high spots and leave it in
the low areas.
Make sure the disconnected power rake is stored on a
hard, level surface. Use the endplates mounted on
attachment side of rake to ensure stability.
Operator Production
Successful operation of the power rake will come with
operator experience. The rake’s performance also
depends on the type and size of the tractor it’s mounted
on.
Spreading Fill and Topsoil
Start with tractor topink in “fixed” position and rake
tilted on gauge wheels, since depth of cut is not the
objective. Endplates can be installed and the windrow
angle set as needed to control the material movement.
An operator that masters the technique of adjusting
the angle of attack of the roller against the soil will
also find ideal settings under various conditions to give
the desired results.
Changing Grade
Grade modification can be accomplished during finish
grading by angling the rake to collect and windrow
the maximum amount of material toward targeted areas.
IMPORTANT
•
Do not drop power rake to the ground with the
roller turning. Sudden high-speed jolts
multiply stress to the driveline and can cause
extreme damage.
Thatching Existing Grass Areas
This procedure is done with the 3-point top link in the
“lock-out” position so accurate depth control can be
maintained. The top link should be lengthened to
support the rake on the gauge wheels and toothed roller
raised so teeth are just grazing the surface. Select and
maintain a slow travel speed.
Application Techniques
The power rake is capable of many applications. The
following are some of the common applications.
See Figure 2 (page 17) for adjustment locations.
Pulverizing Topsoil
For breaking up compacted soil or conditioning hardened
baseball diamonds, the 3-point top link is set in the “lockout” position so that down pressure can be exerted on
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OPERATION
Shutting Down
Lower jackstand to “storage” position.
Stop equipment.
On a hard level surface, lower attachment to the ground.
Lower the lift arms and power rake to the ground.
Shut off engine, set brake, remove key, and remove seat
belt before leaving the tractor operator’s seat.
Purge any air in the system. Hydraulic system leakdown, hydraulic system failures, mechanical failures,
or movement of control levers can cause equipment to
drop or rotate unexpectedly.
WARNING
•
Shut off engine, set brake, remove key, and remove
seat belt before leaving the tractor operator’s seat.
Disconnect driveline from tractor PTO shaft and support
with storage chain.
WARNING
•
Disconnect 3-point upper and lower links from power
rake.
Do not disconnect hydraulic lines until all
system pressure is relieved. Lower unit to
ground, stop engine, and operate all hydraulic
control levers.
Disconnect hydraulic hoses from quick couplers.
Install dust plugs for storage.
Move to tractor seat and start engine. Release brake
and drive tractor forward until it is disengaged from
the attachment. The attachment should rest in a stable
position for storage.
REMOVING POWER RAKE FROM TRACTOR
WARNING
•
Do not disconnect hydraulic lines until all system
pressure is relieved. Lower unit to ground, stop
engine, and operate all hydraulic control levers.
STORAGE
Do not allow other people in the area when
operating, attaching, removing, assembling,
or servicing equipment.
Make sure the disconnected power rake is stored on a
hard, level surface. Endplates mounted on attachment
side of rake increase stability.
Install endplates on attachment side of power rake as
shown in Figure 2 (page 17).
CAUTION
•
Keep children and bystanders away from
storage area.
NOTES
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Figure 2
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•
The information in this section is written for operators
who possess basic mechanical skills. Should you need
help, your dealer has trained service technicians
available. For your protection, read and follow all safety
information in this manual.
Regular preventive maintenance and immediate repair
of broken or worn parts will ensure maximum
efficiency and long life.
WARNING
Because of the nature of the jobs the power rake does,
such as site preparation and rock raking, the power
rake is constantly vibrating and shaking. Parts may
loosen up as it is used. One of the most important
functions an operator can perform is observing and
inspecting the equipment for loose or worn parts to
prevent further damage or excessive downtime.
WARNING
•
•
•
•
Make sure that all operating and service
personnel know that in the event hydraulic fluid
penetrates skin, it must be surgically removed
as soon as possible by a doctor familiar with
this form of injury, or gangrene, serious injury,
or death will result.
CONTACT A
PHYSICIAN IMMEDIATELY IF FLUID
ENTERS SKIN OR EYES. DO NOT DELAY.
•
Make sure all hydraulic hoses, fittings, and
valves are in good condition and not leaking
before starting power unit or using equipment.
Check and route hoses carefully to prevent
damage. Hoses must not be twisted, bent
sharply, kinked, frayed, pinched, or come into
contact with any moving parts. Operate
moveable components through full operational
range to check clearances. Replace any
damaged hoses immediately.
Never go underneath equipment lowered to the
ground or raised. Never place any part of the
body underneath equipment or between
moveable parts even when the engine has been
turned off. Hydraulic system leak-down,
hydraulic system failures, mechanical failures,
or movement of control levers can cause
equipment to drop or rotate unexpectedly and
cause severe injury or death.
•
Keep hands and body away from pressurized
lines. Use paper or cardboard, not body parts
to check for leaks. Wear safety goggles.
Hydraulic fluid under pressure can easily
penetrate skin and will cause serious injury or
death.
CAUTION
Service work does not require going
underneath equipment.
•
Your dealer can supply original equipment
hydraulic accessories and repair parts.
Substitute parts may not meet original
equipment specifications and may be
dangerous.
•
Always wear relatively tight and belted clothing
to avoid entanglement in moving parts. Wear
sturdy, rough-soled work shoes, and protective
equipment for eyes, hair, hand, hearing, and
head.
Read Operator’s Manual for service
instructions or have done by a qualified
dealer.
Before dismounting tractor or performing any
service or maintenance, disengage power to
implement, lower the 3-point hitch and all
raised components to the ground, operate valve
levers to release any hydraulic pressure, stop
engine, set parking brake, remove key, and
unfasten seat belt.
WARNING
•
Do not allow other people in the area when
operating, attaching, removing, assembling, or
servicing equipment.
•
Do not modify or alter, or permit anyone else
to modify or alter, the equipment or any of its
components in any way.
•
Never perform service or maintenance with
engine running.
•
•
Ensure shields and guards are properly
installed and in good condition. Replace if
damaged.
Ensure all safety decals are installed. Replace
if damaged. (See “Safety Decals” section for
location.)
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DAILY MAINTENANCE
Chain tension is preset with the extension spring. If
the chain becomes excessively loose, it may be
necessary to remove one link (two pitches). If unable
to reassemble, add an offset link to lengthen the chain.
When operating the power rake, check the tractor
hydraulic system to be sure the level of hydraulic oil
is adequate. If necessary, add hydraulic oil as
recommended in your tractor Operator’s Manual.
IMPORTANT
Repair hydraulic oil leaks promptly to avoid loss of oil
and serious personal injury from escaping oil.
•
After every 10 hours of operation, check all hardware
and tighten where required.
When being stored for a long period or at end of season,
change the oil, adding EP 85-140 wt. oil, and rotate the
roller several times allowing the chain to be coated
with oil, enhancing chain life. Rotate the roller
periodically to maintain lubrication.
WEEKLY MAINTENANCE
Lubricate all pivot points. Lightly lubricate bearing at
each end of roller (1-2 pumps). Use a lithium grease
of #2 consistency with a MOLY (molybdenum
disulfide) additive for all locations. Be sure to clean
fittings thoroughly before attaching grease gun. See
Figure 3.
Replacement chain should be only high
quality original equipment chain for longer life.
SPROCKETS
Sprockets should be checked to be sure slotted hex
nut is tight, the cotter pin is in place, and the sprocket
cannot move on shaft.
Check tire pressure. Maintain 60 psi cold.
PTO DRIVE LINES
Lubricate driveline universal joints.
Inspect and clean safety decals. Replace if damaged.
(See “Safety Decals” section for location.)
Periodically check the yokes on both ends of the front
and side PTO’s. Make sure the set screws/jam nuts
are tight and the yoke is not moving on the shaft. PTO
shafts and U-joints should be sparingly lubricated
weekly.
Inspect drive chain.
GEARBOX
Check gearbox oil level.
The gearbox is almost maintenance-free, but should
be checked monthly to be sure that the oil level is
maintained at half full. EP 80-90 wt. gear lube is recommended for use in the gearbox. Oil should be
changed after the first 100 hours or 30 days of operating. Then, normal change intervals of 1,000 hours or
12 months of operation should be adequate. In the
case of seasonal usage, it is best to change the oil at
the end of the season to remove moisture and corrosive contaminants.
MONTHLY MAINTENANCE
QUARTERLY MAINTENANCE
Change oil in chain case and add 1.5 pints of 85-140wt. lube.
PRELIMINARY CHECK
The best maintenance is regular preventive checks,
particularly when the machine is new. Check that all
nuts and bolts are tight.
CHAIN MAINTENANCE
It should be noted that the gearbox only exceeds its
thermal capacity when the oil temperature exceeds
200°F.
The drive chain should be inspected monthly. New
chain has a tendency to stretch, so it is necessary to
check the chain tension to prevent flopping around, thus
causing potential problems.
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Figure 3
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TROUBLE SHOOTING
Problem
Possible Cause
Roller will not turn.
Tractor PTO not engaged.
Clutch friction discs worn.
Obstruction between roller and barrier.
Chain broken.
Gearbox damaged.
Broken drive shaft between clutch and chain drive.
Hydraulic cylinder inoperative.
Hose ends not completely engaged.
Tractor hydraulic shut-off in the “closed” position.
Insufficient oil in system.
Air in hydraulic system.
Obstruction in valve or hydraulic lines.
Broken hose.
Worn, damaged, insufficient, or inadequate hydraulic pump.
Oil leaks.
Worn or damaged seal.
Loose or damaged hoses.
Loose or damaged connections.
Worn or damaged housing.
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MAINTENANCE
The information in this section is written for dealer
service personnel. The repair described herein requires
special skills and tools. If your shop is not properly
equipped or your mechanics are not properly trained in
this type of repair, you may be time and money ahead
to replace complete assemblies.
CLUTCH
Run-In
If the rake has not been used or has not been operated
for one year, the following run-in procedure is
recommended.
WARNING
•
•
•
WARNING
Never go underneath equipment lowered to
the ground or raised. Never place any part of
the body underneath equipment or between
moveable parts even when the engine has
been turned off. Hydraulic system leak-down,
hydraulic system failures, mechanical failures,
or movement of control levers can cause
equipment to drop or rotate unexpectedly and
cause severe injury or death.
Service work does not require going
underneath equipment.
Read operator’s manual for service instructions
or have done by a qualified dealer.
•
The Weasler Torqmaster clutch is a pre-set, nonadjustable friction disc clutch. Follow the directions
below for run-in and clutch maintenance. See Figure
8, page 32 for Parts Identification.
CAUTION
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Before dismounting tractor or performing any
service or maintenance, disengage power to
the implement, lower the 3-point hitch and all
raised components to the ground, operate valve
levers to release any hydraulic pressure, stop
engine, set parking break, remove key, and
unfasten safety belt.
TOOLS REQUIRED:
Always wear relatively tight and belted clothing
to avoid entanglement in moving parts. Wear
sturdy, rough-soled work shoes and protective
equipment for eyes, hair, hands, hearing, and
head.
Do not allow other people in the area when
operating, attaching, removing, assembling, or
servicing equipment.
Do not modify or alter, or permit anyone else
to modify or alter, the equipment or any of its
components in any way.
Do not disconnect hydraulic lines until all
system pressure is relieved. Lower unit to
ground, stop engine, and operate all hydraulic
control levers.
Ensure implement is properly attached,
adjusted, and in good operating condition.
Ensure all safety decals are installed. Replace
if damaged. (See “Safety Decals” section for
location.)
Ensure shields and guards are properly installed
and in good condition. Replace if damaged.
(1) 1/2" box end wrench or socket and torque wrench.
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1. Make sure tractor is off and the PTO disengaged.
2. Disconnect the drive line from the tractor.
3. Remove the clutch shield clamp and slide the
shield over to expose the clutch.
4. Locate the six (6) bolts (Item 8) on the OD of the
clutch pak. Loosen the bolts until they rotate freely,
finger tighten each bolt, and then tighten each bolt
one-half turn.
5. Replace shield back over the clutch and clamp in
place.
6. Attach the driveline to the tractor and start the
tractor. Engage the tractor PTO and run for a
few seconds, or until the friction clutch visibly
smokes.
7. Disengage the tractor PTO and shut the tractor
off, observing the above-mentioned precautions.
8. Disconnect the drive line from the tractor.
9. Tighten the six (6) bolts (Item 8) on the OD of the
clutch pak until the compression plate (Item 4) is
in contact with the housing. Then tighten each
bolt to 30 ft. lbs.
10. Locate the four (4) bolts (Item 7) that attach the
yoke and hub to the clutch pak and check that each
bolt is tightened to 30 ft. lbs.
11. Replace the clutch shield and clamp in place.
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collar part of the bearing facing toward the center of
the holder. Be careful to press on both the outer and
inner bearing races until the inner race rests on the
sleeve. See Figure 4.
FRICTION DISC REPLACEMENT
1. Make sure tractor is off and the PTO is disengaged.
2. Disconnect the drive line from the tractor.
3. Remove the clutch shield clamp and slide the shield
over to expose the clutch.
4. Loosen the 3/8" jam nuts and set screws, securing
clutch/PTO to the drive shaft and slide clutch off
the drive shaft.
5. Remove the six (6) bolts (Item 8) on the OD of
the clutch pak. Remove Items 3 through 6.
Replace friction discs and reassemble.
6. Position clutch on drive shaft and secure in
place with set screws and jam nuts.
7. Follow procedure for clutch run-in before using
rake.
Figure 4 Top Bearing Housing
(SEE ROLLER FRAME LIST FOR PART IDENTIFICATION)
TOP BEARING HOUSING SERVICE
Replace O-ring, O-ring spacer, and snap ring. Check
O-ring for cuts or nicks.
If it is necessary to service the bearing housing because
of bearing or shaft failure, please follow these
instructions.
Apply a liberal amount of silicone sealer to the inside of
the flange. Attach the bearing holder to the chain case
with four bolts and lock washers.
IMPORTANT
Slide the top sprocket, hub first on the shaft. Use
machine bushings on the inside or outside of the
sprocket for proper alignment.
•
We suggest the bearings also be replaced when
the shaft is replaced. See replacement parts in
Index to Parts List elsewhere in this manual.
IMPORTANT
•
Removal
Remove chain from top sprocket. Then remove top
sprocket by removing the hex bolt and washers.
Replace washers, slotted hex nut and cotter pin.
Replace chain, PTO and clutch guard.
Remove the clutch shield and side PTO.
Remove the four bolts holding the bearing holder to
the chain case.
BEARINGS
Highest quality bearings are used on the power rake.
Only triple-seal bearings are used on the roller, which
operates down in the dirt. Lubrication of bearings will
vary considerably with conditions. As a rule, bearings
should be under-lubricated rather than over-lubricated.
Over-lubrication can cause seals to blow out.
Press on end of shaft with dimple hole, forcing the
shaft to come out. It will now be necessary to reach
with a large punch and push each bearing out.
Reassembly
Press bearing (13B) in bearing holder with collar of
bearing to the center of the holder. Be careful to press
only on the outer bearing race until the bearing hits the
shoulder and stops. See Figure 4 (this page).
IMPORTANT
•
Insert the shaft in the bearing with the spline end at the
flange end of the holder.
Replacement bearings should be only high
quality original equipment bearings for longer
life.
Install new complete bearing housing if needed or just
replace the bearing insert.
Slide the sleeve over the shaft and into the bearing
holder.
Press bearing (13A) into the bearing holder with the
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At least one machine bushing MUST be placed
between the sprocket and the bearing to prevent
damage to the bearing.
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The shafts should be straight, free of burrs, and up to
size. If shaft is worn, replace or have the shaft built up
to standard prior to completing assembly.
MAINTENANCE
Protective Collars
Roller Replacement
The special protective collars protect bearings from vine
and wire wrap and dirt buildup next to the bearing seal.
The bearing protector is sandwiched onto the shaft,
which rotates within a close clearance from the outer
race of the bearing. Grease coming from the bearing
oozes into the protecting collar, keeping dust and
particles from entering the seal area, increasing the
bearing life.
It will be necessary to have a lifting device or additional
help while removing and replacing the roller. The roller
weighs approximately 150 lbs.
Remove upper and lower chain case covers.
Remove tension spring and drive chain. Then remove
lower sprocket by removing cotter pin, slotted nut, and
washers. Remove the sleeve behind the sprocket you
just removed.
BEARING & ROLLER REPLACEMENT
NOTE: Have the roller blocked up or supported.
Left Roller Bearing
Remove the two bolts holding chain case to frame and
slide chain case off of roller shaft. The roller bearing
will stay in the chain case.
Remove drive chain. Then remove lower sprocket by
removing cotter pin, slotted hex nut, and washers.
Remove the two bolts holding the chain case to the
frame.
NOTE: If chain case bearing is also being replaced,
see “Left Roller Bearing” above.
NOTE: Have roller blocked up or supported and slide
chain case and bearing off roller shaft.
Loosen the bolt on the bearing tube of the non-drive
end, sliding roller and bearing out of frame.
NOTE: The top drive shaft will come off with the
chain case.
Remove hex bolt, bearing cap, bearing, and protective
collar from roller. On roller to be installed, place
machine bushing and protective collar against end plate
of roller. Place bearing and bearing cap on roller.
Clamp in place with hex bolt and lock washer into end
of roller shaft.
Loosen bolt on the bearing tube that holds cartridge
bearing in place. Remove bearing and O-ring.
To replace, reverse the procedure. Be sure all parts
and wear surfaces are thoroughly clean and in good
condition. Be sure O-ring is also in good condition.
Slide roller and bearing into bearing tube on non-drive
end of frame. Do not tighten bearing tube at this time.
When replacing bearing, first put O-ring on bearing.
Apply a coat of grease on O-ring. Slide bearing in and
apply moderate pressure on bearing so O-ring will seat
and spread slightly, thus keeping the oil in chain case
from escaping through the bearing.
Place machine bushing, protective collar, and O-ring
from splined end of removed roller onto replacement
roller. Check O-ring for cuts or nicks. Apply sealant
to bearing area of shaft. Slide chain case back onto
roller and bolt to frame.
Right Roller Bearing
Replace sleeve, sprocket, and washers on driveshaft.
Clamp solid with the 1" slotted nut. Check that roller
clears frame on both ends. Adjust, if required.
Remove the hex bolt and bearing cap from outside of
bearing.
Loosen bolt on the bearing tube that holds cartridge
bearing in place. Pry bearing tube apart to free bearing
assembly.
Tighten 3/8" bolt in bearing tube on non-drive end of
frame.
NOTE: Have roller blocked up or supported. Pry
bearing off of shaft and out of bearing holder.
To replace, reverse the procedure. Be sure all parts
and wear surfaces are thoroughly clean and in good
condition.
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ASSEMBLY
Tools Required
•
CAUTION
Always wear relatively tight and belted
clothing to avoid entanglement in moving
parts. Wear sturdy, rough-soled work shoes
and protective equipment for eyes, hair, hands,
hearing, and head.
3/4", 1-1/8", 1-7/16", and 1-1/2" Wrench
Jackstands
It is advisable to have a mechanical lifting device to
facilitate uncrating. Do not attempt to lift frame
components alone.
Unpacking Crate
WARNING
•
•
Be careful of nails in boards when uncrating.
Keep hands and body away from pressurized
lines. Use paper or cardboard, not body parts
to check for leaks. Wear safety goggles.
Hydraulic fluid under pressure can easily
penetrate skin and will cause serious injury or
death.
Remove top, sides, and ends of crate.
Remove endplates.
Remove barrier adjustment bar and mount.
Remove gauge wheel assemblies.
Make sure that all operating and service
personnel know that in the event hydraulic fluid
penetrates skin, it must be surgically removed
as soon as possible by a doctor familiar with
this form of injury, or gangrene, serious injury,
or death will result.
CONTACT A
PHYSICIAN IMMEDIATELY IF FLUID
ENTERS SKIN OR EYES. DO NOT DELAY.
Remove mast frame assembly
Remove front half of front PTO.
Remove power rake from crate. Remove loose nails
from boards and dispose of crate according to local
codes.
ASSEMBLY PROCEDURE
Route hydraulic hoses carefully to prevent
•damage. Hoses must not be twisted, bent
sharply, kinked, frayed, pinched, or come into
contact with any moving parts. Operate
moveable components through full operational
range to check clearances. Replace any
damaged hoses immediately.
•
Do not allow other people in the area when
operating, attaching, removing, assembling, or
servicing equipment.
•
Do not modify or alter, or permit anyone else
to modify or alter, the equipment or any of its
components in any way.
WARNING
•
For reference, front, back, left, and right directions are
determined by sitting in the tractor operator’s seat.
Do not permit any bystanders within 10 feet of power
rake during assembly.
1. Set the roller frame upright and securely block in
position.
2. Slide the mast frame into position between yoke
plates on frame, making sure pivot bushing is in place.
Install 1" x 5-1/2" bolt and locking nut.
SET-UP INSTRUCTIONS
3. Slide the jack stand into position to support rake and
pin in place.
The power rake is shipped partially assembled.
Assembly will be easier if components are aligned and
loosely assembled before tightening hardware.
Recommended torque values for hardware are located
on pages 5 and 6.
4. Remove the 3/4" x 2" hex bolt from the mast frame.
Pivot the mast frame to align hole in base of hydraulic
cylinder over square nut welded to the mast frame.
Apply loc-tite to threads of 3/4"x2" bolt and attach base
end of hydraulic cylinder.
Select a suitable working area. Refer to illustrations,
accompanying text, parts lists, and exploded view
drawings.
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operating, attaching, removing, assembling,
or servicing equipment.
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ASSEMBLY
--IMPORTANT NOTICE--
This should complete the assembly of your new Power
Box Rake®. Make sure that all guards/shields are in
place and are not removed during use.
Do NOT add front PTO half to Power Box Rake®
yet. Follow instructions and important notice
concerning the front PTO in the Attaching and
Detaching Power Box Rake® section.
WARNING
5. Attach the barrier mount to tube beneath the gearbox
using 1/2" U-bolt and top lock nuts. Attach barrier bar
to ears on barrier mount.
•
6. Attach the two gauge wheel assemblies to the main
frame with two 1/2" U-bolts and nuts.
7. Mount the left and right end plates to the frame.
8. Check the gear lube level in the chain case. Add EP
85-140 wt., if required.
9. See Clutch "Run-In" under maintenance on Page
22. Follow all directions and safety procedures.
Make sure all hydraulic hoses, fittings, and
valves are in good condition and not leaking
before starting power unit or using equipment.
Check and route hoses carefully to prevent
damage. Hoses must not be twisted, bent
sharply, kinked, frayed, pinched, or come into
contact with any moving parts. Operate
moveable components through full operational
range to check clearances. Replace any
damaged hoses immediately.
Figure 5
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Figure 6
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GENERAL ASSEMBLY & FRAME ASSEMBLY PARTS LIST
ITEM QTY PART NO DESCRIPTION
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
1
1
1
5
1
2
2
1
1
1
1
2
3
2
1
1
1
1
2
4
6
1
1
2
1
2
8
6
M6546
M6427
M6428
M6551
M6487
M6624
M6625
P278001
M8626
M8624
P205400
M6637
P400850-1
P400850-2
P400100-1
P400100-2
P256000
P270400
P272600
P246472
M6224
M6543
M6555
M6262
P128605
M6258
M6455
P604500
M5000-5
M6266
P116204
P622610
P622600
M8263
P120600
M8073
M5003
P120150
M6556
P128500
P128324
P128318
P620000
P620200
P481010
P500302
P500300
P851105
P852608
P851108
M5009-5
P852001
P850812
P158003
P150500
P155350
P155400
BARRIER MOUNT
BARRIER
BARRIER STRAP
BARRIER PIVOT GUIDE
MAST FRAME
RIGHT END PLATE (PG. 26)
LEFT END PLATE (PG.26)
VENT PLUG
SEAL
COVER
GEAR BOX 2:1
PIVOT BUSHING
SIDE PTO W/CLUTCH
SIDE PTO W/O CLUTCH
FRONT PTO – FRONT HALF
FRONT PTO - REAR HALF
1-1/2" HYDRAULIC CYLINDER
RESTRICTOR PLUG
QUICK COUPLER
1/4" HOSE 8MP-6MB (72")
GEAR BOX SHIELD ASSY
TOP CYLINDER MOUNT
BARRIER ADJUSTMENT BAR
CLUTCH SHIELD
BAND CLAMP
SHIELD MOUNT
JACK STAND
COMPRESSION SPRING
5/16" x 2" SQ KEY
PTO SUPPORT CHAIN
1/8" x 1" COTTER PIN
RUE RING COTTER
HAIR PIN CLIP
JACK PIN
GATE PIN (PG. 26)
LOWER HITCH PIN
UPPER HITCH PIN
3/4" x 3" CLEVIS PIN
BARRIER PIN ASSEMBLY
5/16" U-BOLT
1/2" x 2-1/2" x 6" U-BOLT (PG. 26)
1/2" x 3" X 4-1/4" U-BOLT
1/4"-28 x 45° GREASE FITTING
1/4"-28 STR GREASE FITTING
BUSHING SPACER
1/4" RUBBER FACE WASHER
1/4" O-RING WASHER
5/16" LOCK WASHER
1/2" HARD WASHER
1/2" LOCK WASHER
1/2" WASHER 3/16" THK x 1-3/4"
16 MM WASHER
3/4" SAE WASHER
1/4" LOCK NUT
5/16" HEX NUT
5/16" TOP LOCK NUT
3/8" HEX JAM NUT
ITEM QTY PART NO DESCRIPTION
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
28
4
6
2
2
1
2
1
2
1
1
1
8
1
6
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
P158005
P155850
P157200
P157500
P156401
P108610
P108612
P108616
P108620
P100406
P115406
P104506
P100804
P100806
P098810
P103208
P101020
P101622
P955850
P970003
P975800
P975916
1/2" NYLOCK NUT
1/2" TOP LOCK NUT
1/2" 13 HEX JAM NUT
5/8" TOP LOCK NUT
1" LOCK NUT
3/8" x 5/8" SET SCREW
3/8" x 3/4" SET SCREW
3/8" x 1" SET SCREW
3/8" x 1-1/4" SET SCREW
1/4" x 1-1/2" HEX BOLT
1/4" x 1-1/2" FILLISTER HD SCREW
5/16" x 1-1/2" CARRIAGE BOLT
1/2" x 1" HEX BOLT
1/2" x 1-1/2" HEX BOLT
1/2" 13 x 2-1/2" FULL THREAD HEX BOLT
3/4" x 2" HEX BOLT
5/8" x 5" HEX BOLT
1" x 5-1/2" FINE THD BOLT
SQUARE CAP 1/2" x 3"
DECAL: LUBRICATION
DECAL: HARLEY
DECAL: T-6 POWER BOX RAKE
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ROLLER ASSEMBLY
Figure 7
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ROLLER FRAME ASSEMBLY PARTS LIST
ITEM QTY PART NO. DESCRIPTION
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
1
2
1
1
1
1
2
3
5
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
1
1
1
4
1
1
1
1
M6526
M6503
M6497
M8241
M8272
M6687
P015210
P010400
M6688
P015210
P010400
P015308
P015307
M8814
M8815
P635005
P009204
M6301
P661802
P661800
M6509
M6491
M8812
P500138
P500202
P500203
M5503
P952200
P116256
P116306
P604700
M6630
M6757
M5464
P855122
P855324
P850609
P850612
M6756
P851104
P500300
P851108
P851110
P155350
P155450
P155852
P157500
P158000
P156402
P100402
P110901
P100503
P100505
P100608
P100804
P102805
9102808
P101010
P101013
MAIN FRAME
CARBIDE TOOTH ROLLER
CHAIN CASE
LOWER COVER
COVER TAB
BEARING DRIVE ASSEMBLY
BEARING HOUSING
1-1/2" BEARING INSERT
BEARING IDLE ASSEMBLY
BEARING HOUSING
1-1/2" BEARING INSERT
1-1/2" NON LOCKING COLLAR
1-1/2" BEARING CAP
BEARING HOUSING ASSEMBLY
BEARING HOUSING
1-3/8" DRIVE SHAFT
1-3/8" BALL BEARING
SLEEVE
SPROCKET 18 TOOTH 1-1/2"
SPROCKET 18 TOOTH 1-3/8"
#60 CHAIN 77P W/CONN
CHAIN TENSION ARM
TENSION IDLER
.062 X 1-3/8"ID O-RING
3/32" X 4-3/4" O-RING
3/8" X 2-5/8" O-RING
1-3/8" O-RING SPACER
1-3/8" SNAP RING
5/32" X 1-1/2" COTTER PIN
3/16" X 1-1/2" COTTER PIN
EXTENSION SPRING
PIVOT BUSHING
.218 X 1-1/2" X 2-1/8" SPACER
.172 X 1" X 2-1/4" SPACER
10 GA X 1-3/8" MACH BUSHING
14 GA X 1-1/2" MACH BUSHING
9/16" FLAT WASHER
3/4" FLAT WASHER
PINNED WASHER
1/4" LOCK WASHER
1/4" O-RING WASHER
1/2" LOCK WASHER
5/8" LOCK WASHER
5/16" TOP LOCK NUT
3/8" TOP LOCK NUT
1/2"-20 LOCK NUT
5/8" TOP LOCK NUT
3/4"-16 SLOTTED HEX NUT
1"-14 SLOTTED HEX NUT
1/4" X 1/2" HEX BOLT
1/4" X 3/4" BUTTON HEAD SCREW
5/16" X 3/4" HEX BOLT
5/16" X 1-1/4" HEX BOLT
3/8" X 2" HEX BOLT
1/2" X 1" HEX BOLT
1/2" X 1-1/4" FINE THD HEX BOLT
1/2" X 2" FINE THD HEX BOLT
5/8" X 2-1/2" HEX BOLT
5/8" X 3-1/4" HEX BOLT
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CLUTCH ASSEMBLY
Figure 8
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CLUTCH ASSEMBLY PARTS LIST
ITEM QTY PART NO. DESCRIPTION
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
1
1
1
1
2
1
4
6
6
4
P400751
P400752
P400753
P400754
P400755
P400756
P400760
P400761
P150500
P851105
CLUTCH ASSEMBLY W/OUT HUB
SEPARATOR DISC
PRESSURE PLATE
COMPRESSION PLATE
FRICTION DISC
SPRING
5/16" X 1" HEX BOLT GR8
5/16" X 2-1/2" HEX BOLT GR8
5/16" HEX NUT
5/16" LOCK WASHER
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CLUTCH & PTO DRIVE LINES
Figure 9
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CLUTCH & PTO DRIVE LINES PARTS LIST
ITEM QTY PART NO. DESCRIPTION
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
P400850-1
P400850-2
P400001
P400851
P400853
P400854
P400852
P400511
P400100-1
P400100-2
P400101
P400102
P400002
P400803
P400036
P400031
SIDE PTO CLUTCH HALF
SIDE PTO GEAR BOX HALF
CROSS 35R REPAIR KIT
YOKE AND SHAFT SIDE PTO
SHIELD OUTER SIDE PTO
SHIELD INNER SIDE PTO
YOKE AND TUBE SIDE PTO
END YOKE 1-3/8" BORE 35R
FRONT PTO TRACTOR HALF
FRONT PTO GEAR BOX HALF
SHIELD OUTER FRONT PTO
SHIELD INNER FRONT PTO
CROSS 14R REPAIR KIT
LOCK YOKE ASSEMBLY
END YOKE 1-3/8" BORE 14R
LOCK YOKE REPAIR KIT
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GAUGE WHEEL
Figure 10
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GAUGE WHEEL PARTS LIST
ITEM QTY PART NO. DESCRIPTION
1
1A
2
3
4
5
6
6A
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
P756160
M16107
M6817
M6521
M16011
M6415
P756161
M16120
M16108
M16109
P760300
P760500
P762200
P756163
P852200
M6223
P850620
M5009-5
P851108
P852608
P620200
P158006
P756165
P158000
P116204
P116256
M10463
P100804
P102808
WHEEL AND TIRE
WHEEL, TIRE, & HUB
CASTER FORK
CASTER SUPPORT ARM
CASTER SHAFT
HANDLE
WHEEL HUB W/STUDS
WHEEL HUB COMPLETE
AXLE SPACER LONG
AXLE SPACER SHORT
BEARING CONE
BEARING CUP
1" BEARING CONE
GREASE SEAL
FELT WASHER
WASHER
1-1/4" FLAT WASHER
3/16" X 1/2" X 1-3/4" WASHER
1/2" LOCK WASHER
1/2" HARD WASHER
1/4"-28 SRT GREASE FITTING
1/2"-13 SLOTTED HEX NUT
1/2"-20 WHEEL NUT
3/4"-16 SLOTTED HEX NUT
1/8" X 1" COTTER PIN
5/32" X 1-1/2" COTTER PIN
3/4" X 9-1/2" AXLE BOLT
1/2" X 1" HEX BOLT
1/2" X 2" FINE THD HEX BOLT
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LIMITED WARRANTY
Glenmac Inc warrants its line of Harley equipment to be free from defects in material and factory workmanship
for a period of twelve (12) months. Exception to this warranty period will be Harley Rock Pickers, which will
carry a six- (6) month warranty.
Warranty registration form must be filled out, signed by the customer and returned to Glenmac within thirty (30)
days from the date of purchase before any warranty claim will be considered. Dealer rental units are considered
sold units and the same warranty policy applies.
This warranty is limited exclusively to equipment manufactured by Glenmac Inc and is subject to inspection by
Glenmac Inc to identify the nature and cause of failure. This company in no way warrants belts, bearings, hydraulics, chains, sprockets, tires or any other trade accessory not manufactured by Glenmac Inc since these items are
warranted separately by their respective manufactures.
This warranty shall become void if in the best judgement of Glenmac Inc the equipment has been subject to
misuse, negligence, alterations, and damage by accident or lack of required maintenance or if the product has been
used for a purpose for which it was not intended. Wear items such as, but not limited to, rollers and drive chains
will not be covered under warranty. Normal wear depreciation is not covered by warranty. Claims for equipment
damaged in transit should be referred to the freight carrier. Glenmac will not be responsible for damages incurred
in transit.
Glenmac Inc obligations under this warranty shall be limited to repair or replacement at its option of the equipment or trade accessories as they conform to this policy. Trade accessories such as but not limited to bearings,
tires and wheels etc will be sent to the respective manufacturer for warranty consideration. Any warranty reimbursement as related to these items will rely solely on the decision of each separate manufacture including
Glenmac Inc. Reimbursement on parts will be at dealer net and labor allowances are calculated according to
Glenmac’s predetermined flat time and rate. Freight charges and misc. shop supplies are not covered under
warranty.
Dealer’s responsibility is to fully explain the warranty policy to the customer before starting any repairs. Return
the defective parts (prepaid) along with a completed Glenmac Inc warranty form. All replacement parts used in
warranty must be furnished by Glenmac Inc. (Please refer to warranty procedures). The selling dealer has no
authority to make any representation or promise on behalf of Glenmac/Harley Enterprises or to modify the terms
or conditions of this warranty in any way.
Owner’s responsibility is to complete and return the warranty registration within thirty (30) days from the date
of purchase. Operate and maintain the equipment according to the recommendations in the owner’s manual. The
owner is responsible for freight and transportation to and from the dealership or any service calls made by the
dealer.
This warranty is subject to any conditions of supply, which may directly affect our ability to obtain materials or
manufacture replacement parts.
Glenmac Inc reserves the right to make improvements in design or change in specifications of its products without
notice and is not obligated to make the same improvements to equipment previously manufactured.
THERE IS NO OTHER EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED WARRANTY ON THIS PRODUCT OR ON ITS
MERCHANTABILITY OR ON ITS FITNESS. TO THE EXTENT ALLOWED BY LAW NIETHER
GLENMAC INC NOR THE SELLING HARLEY DEALER SHALL HAVE ANY RESPONSIBILITY FOR
LOSS OF USE OF THE PRODUCT, LOSS OF TIME, INCONVENIENCE, COMERCIAL LOSS OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES.
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by
Glenmac, Inc.
1805 2nd Avenue SW
Jamestown, ND 58401
701-252-9300 tel
701-252-1978 fax
701-251-9259 parts fax
SN: T64E051
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