Hutchinson 8",10" 13" Swing Away Auger

8” & 10” SWING AWAY
PORTABLE AUGER
GEAR DRIVE MODEL
OWNER’S & OPERATOR’S
MANUAL
Effective May 20, 2009
Publication No. 1028539
THIS MANUAL IS FOR CONVEYORS WITH SERIAL NUMBERS OF 929404 OR HIGHER.
P.O. Box 629 514 W. Crawford Clay Center, KS 67432
Phone 785-632-2161 1-800-523-6993 FAX 785-632-5964
POLICIES AND PROCEDURES
PRICES:
Prices in effect at time of shipment will apply. Prices are subject to change without notice. All prices are
F.O.B. Clay Center, Kansas. Orders shipped from locations other than Clay Center, Kansas will be subject
to additional charges, such as back freight and/or additional freight.
SERVICE
CHARGE:
A service charge will be assessed on all past due balances as permitted by state law not to exceed 1-1/2%
per month.
MIINMUM
ORDER:
BACK
ORDERS:
Processing and handling costs necessitate a minimum charge of $15.00 net on all orders.
DAMAGED
GOODS:
It is the consignee’s responsibility to check all shipments thoroughly upon receipt of goods. If any damage
is discovered, it must be noted on the freight bill of lading before signing. The consignee must make
necessary claims against the respective freight line. All damage claims must be submitted within 30 days
of delivery receipt.
SHORTAGES:
All shortages must be noted at time of delivery receipt. Shortages must be noted on the freight bill of lading
Back orders will be shipped as they become available. Contact Hutchinson/Mayrath Customer Service for
alternative shipping options or if cancellation is desired.
before signing. Hutchinson/Mayrath must be advised of all concealed shortages upon discovery. Once
notified of concealed shortages Hutchinson/Mayrath will advise corrective action to be taken.
RETURN OF
GOODS:
All returns must be approved by Hutchinson/Mayrath prior to shipment. All return requests will be issued a
return authorization number. NO RETURNS WILL BE ACCEPTED WITHOUT A RETURN AUTHORIZATION
NUMBER AND PRIOR AUTHORIZATION FROM THE FACTORY. All returns must be shipped prepaid. A 15%
restocking charge will be applied to all returned merchandise. Custom products may not be returned for
credit. Only current products in new and saleable condition may be returned. No safety devices may be
returned for credit.
MODIFICATIONS:
It is the policy of Hutchinson/Mayrath to improve its product whenever possible and practical to do so. We
reserve the right to make changes, improvements and modifications at any time without incurring the obligation
to make such changes, improvements and modifications on any equipment sold previously.
LIMITED
WARRANTY:
(a) For a period of (1) year after receipt of goods by the original consumer buyer, Hutchinson/Mayrath will
supply free of charge replacement parts for parts that prove defective in workmanship or material. Defective
parts must be returned freights prepaid to a specified Hutchinson/Mayrath location. Only Hutchinson/Mayrath
original repair parts may be used for warranty repairs.
(b) This limited warranty does not extend to parts designed to wear in normal operation and be replaced
periodically, or to damage caused by negligence, accident, abuse or improper installation or operation.
(c) GOODS NOT MANUFACTURED BY HUTCHINSON/MAYRATH CARRY ONLY THE MANUFACTURER’S
WARRANTY.
(d) THIS UNDERTAKING IS IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING
MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
FAILURE TO FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS CONTAINED IN THE OWNER’S & OPERATOR’S MANUALS AND
THE ITEMS LISTED BELOW WILL RESULT IN THE VOIDING OF THIS LIMITED WARRANTY.
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LIMITATION
OF LIABILITY:
Improper assembly, including failure to properly install all safety equipment.
Improper installation (power & wiring included)
Unauthorized alterations of goods.
Goods operated when obviously in need of repair.
Use of unauthorized repair parts.
Irresponsible operation.
Used to handle materials other than free flowing, non-abrasive and dry materials, as intended.
Damaged through abusive use or accident.
BUYER AGREES THAT IN NO EVENT SHALL HUTCHINSON/MAYRATH HAVE LIABILITY FOR DIRECT
DAMAGES IN EXCESS OF THE CONTRACT PRICE OF THE GOODS IN RESPECT TO WHICH CLAIM IS
MADE. BUYER FURTHER AGREES THAT IN NO EVENT SHALL HUTCHINSON/MAYRATH ON ANY CLAIM OF
ANY KIND HAVE LIABILITY FOR LOSS OF USE, LOSS OF PROFITS, OR FOR ANY INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL
OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES.
SAFETY
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GENERAL SAFETY STATEMENT
SAFETY ALERT SYMBOL
This manual was written with the safety of the
operator and others who work with the
equipment as our prime concern. The
instructions presented will help the reader
learn SAFE day to day work practices. We
want you as our partner in safety.
The symbol shown below is used to call your
attention to instructions concerning your
personal safety. Watch this symbol - it points
out important safety precautions. It means
“ATTENTION! Become alert! Your personal
safety is involved!” Read the message that
follows and be alert to the possibility of
personal injury or death.
It is your responsibility as an owner, operator
or supervisor to know what specific safety
requirements and precautions exist and to
make these known to all other personnel
working with the equipment or in the area, so
that they too may safely perform their duties
and avoid any potentially hazardous
situations.
Please remember safety equipment
provides important protection for persons
around a grain handling system that is in
operation. Be sure all ALL safety shields and
protection devices are installed and properly
maintained. If any shields or guards are
damaged or missing, contact your dealer to
obtain the correct items.
BE ALERT!
YOUR SAFETY IS INVOLVED
Avoid any alterations of the equipment. Such
alterations may create a dangerous situation
where serious injury or death may occur.
WARNING
Anyone who will operate or
work around this machine
shall first read this manual!
This manual must be
delivered with the equipment to its
owner. Failure to read this manual and
its safety instructions is a misuse of the
equipment.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
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General Safety Statements ................................................................................................... 1
Safety Symbol ....................................................................................................................... 1
Operator Qualifications .......................................................................................................... 3
Sign-off Sheet ........................................................................................................................ 3
Machine Inspection ............................................................................................................... 4
Tractor Requirement .............................................................................................................. 4
Tractor Drawbar Setting ......................................................................................................... 4
Hitching to Tractor Instructions .............................................................................................. 5
Hitch Safety Chain Installation ..................................................................................... 5
Jack ............................................................................................................................ 6
Hydraulic Components ................................................................................................ 6
Transporting Auger ................................................................................................................ 7
Placement of Auger ............................................................................................................... 8
Deploy Swing-out Hopper ...................................................................................................... 9
Designated Work Area ......................................................................................................... 10
Operating Procedures ......................................................................................................... 11-13
General Auger Information .......................................................................................... 11
Start-up and Break-in Information ................................................................................ 12
Shutdown ................................................................................................................... 12
Lockout ...................................................................................................................... 13
Auger Capacities ........................................................................................................ 13
Relocation of Auger .............................................................................................................. 13
Unhitching Instructions ......................................................................................................... 14
PTO Driveline Storage ........................................................................................................... 14
Raising Hopper into Transport Position ................................................................................. 15
Lubrication and Maintenance ..............................................................................................16-20
Friction Type Winch ................................................................................................... 16
Main Head Bearing ..................................................................................................... 16
PTO Driveline Lubrication ........................................................................................... 17
PTO Driveline Shear Bolt ............................................................................................ 17
Gearbox Lubrication ................................................................................................... 18
Gearbox U-Joints ....................................................................................................... 19
Swing-out Hopper Flight U-Joint ................................................................................. 19
Hydraulic Cylinder ...................................................................................................... 19
Hydraulic Hose ........................................................................................................... 19
Undercarriage Axle Spindle Bearing ............................................................................ 20
Trouble Shooting .................................................................................................................. 20
Assembly Instructions ........................................................................................................ 21-48
Parts List .....................................................................................................................P-1 thru P-24
SERIAL NUMBER
To ensure efficient and prompt service, please furnish us with the model and serial number of your auger in all
correspondence or other contact. The serial plate is located on the inside of the lower undercarriage arms.
RIGHT AND LEFT DESIGNATION
When determining which is the left or right hand side of the unit, it is as if a person were standing at the intake
end and looking toward the discharge end.
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GENERAL INFORMATION
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OPERATOR QUALIFICATIONS
Operation of this Belt Conveyor shall be limited to
competent and experienced persons. In addition, anyone
who will operate or work around a Belt Conveyor must
use good common sense. In order to be qualified, he
must also know and meet all other requirements, such
as:
1. Some regulations specify that no one under the age
of 16 may operate power machinery. This includes
Belt Conveyors. It is your responsibility to know what
these regulations are in your area or situation.
2. Current OSHA regulations state in part: “At the time
of initial assignment and at least annually thereafter,
the employer shall instruct every employee in safe
operation and servicing of all equipment with which
the employee is, or will be involved.”*
3. Unqualified persons are to stay out of the work area.
See page 4.
4. A person who has not read and understood all
operating and safety instructions is not qualified to
operate the machine.
*Federal Occupational Safety & Health Standards\
for Agriculture Subpart D, Section 1928.57 (a) (6).
SIGN OFF SHEET
As a requirement of OSHA, it is necessary for the employer to train the employee in the safe operation and safety
procedures with this conveyor. We include this sign off sheet for your convenience and personal record keeping.
DATE
EMPLOYER SIGNATURE
EMPLOYEE SIGNATURE
0400001
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GENERAL INFORMATION
MACHINE INSPECTION
TRACTOR REQUIREMENTS
After delivery of your new auger and/or completion of
assembly and before each use, inspection of the
machine is mandatory. Use the assembly instructions
in this manual as a reference to determine that the
conveyor is assembled properly. This inspection
should include, but not be limited to:
The Swing Away Auger was designed to use a tractor
with the following:
1. 540 RPM Power Take Off
2. Adjustable Drawbar
3. One hydraulic control circuit for lifting the main
auger. Minimum pressure of 1800 to 2000 PSI.
1. Check to see that all guards listed in the assembly
instructions are in place, secured and functional.
The shields on the PTO driveline must rotate easily.
2. Check all safety signs and replace any that are
worn, missing or illegible. The safety signs are
listed in the back of this manual. Safety signs
may be obtained from your dealer or ordered from
the factory.
3. Check hopper winch and cable for security and
operation.
4. Are all fasteners tight?
5. Check the hydraulic hose and fittings to see if they
are tight and not leaking hydraulic oil.
6. Check oil levels in gearboxes. See page 18 in the
maintenance section for oil level information.
7. Be sure the clean-out door is shut (in bottom of the
inlet hopper) and inspection opening covers are in
place.
TRACTOR DRAWBAR SETTINGS
Adjust the drawbar so there is 14” from the end of the
tractor PTO output shaft and the center of the hitch
pin. See Fig. 1.
IMPORTANT: If the distance from the end of the tractor
PTO and hitch pin is shorter than the recommended
distance, the auger should NOT be raised. Damage
to the PTO driveline, auger hopper assembly, or
tractor PTO may result, when the PTO driveline
bottoms out as it compresses.
Obtain any needed replacement parts from your dealer
and install before using the machine.
FIG. 1
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TRANSPORTING & PLACEMENT
ROAD TRANSPORT - HITCHING
TO TRACTOR
NOTE: Empty machine before moving to prevent
upending.
Never stand between tractor and
portable auger when hitching
unless all controls are in neutral
and the brakes locked.
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HITCH SAFETY CHAIN INSTALLATION
An auxiliary attachment system (safety chain) is
required on public roads to retain the connection between
towing and towed machines in the event of separation
of the primary attachment system. The safety chain
should be routed through the loop anchor welded to
end of hitch tube. See Fig. 1 on page 4. A clevis or
intermediate chain support should be fastened to the
tractor drawbar no more than 6 from the hitch pin.
Follow these steps when hitching the auger to the
tractor:
1. Lift the auger intake with the jack to the tractor
drawbar height. Never raise the intake end higher
than is necessary to attach to a towing vehicle.
Weight transfers rapidly to the head end when
the intake is raised, particularly when the auger
is in the raised position.
2. Secure hitch clevis to tractor drawbar with hitch
pin and keeper or a bolt with two nuts. See Fig. 1
on page 4.
3. Fasten hitch safety chain (not furnished). See
instructions in next column.
4. Connect hydraulic hose to tractor. (See page 6
for Hydraulic Information.) Be sure hydraulic shut
off valve is closed.
5. Retract hitch jack and rotate into transport
position. (See Fig. 2 on page 6.)
6. The PTO driveline furnished with the auger is
equipped with a “Spring-Lock” coupler at the
tractor end. This type coupler is spring loaded
and will fit the standard 1 3/8" x 6 spline PTO
output shaft from a tractor. Do not attach PTO
driveline to tractor at this time. The PTO driveline
will be attached to the tractor during placement
of auger. (See Step 1, Sub-Step D., on page 8.)
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TRANSPORTING & PLACEMENT
HITCHING TO TRACTOR
INSTRUCTIONS - CONT.
JACK
HITCH
FIG. 2
When using the jack to support the inlet end of the
auger, connect to the jack mount and secure with
the attached pin. After the auger is hitched to a
tractor, the jack can be rotated 90° into transport
position.
CAUTION: Before retracting or
folding the jack, the hitch clevis
should be secured to the drawbar
to prevent the hitch from falling
to the ground.
Working
Position
Transport
Position
HYDRAULIC COMPONENTS
The hydraulic components received with your SwingAway Auger were selected to deliver the most
efficient and economical use. Any parts for
replacement should be replaced with parts of the
same type and size. Replace any hoses or fittings
that develop leaks.
CAUTION: Keep all hydraulic
lines away from moving parts.
MAIN AUGER LIFT SYSTEM
Standard equipment for your Swing-Away Auger Lift
System includes the hydraulic cylinder, shut-off
valve, fittings and hydraulic line from the cylinder to
the tractor, with the exception of fittings required to
attach hose to tractor. The hydraulic cylinder
includes a restrictor that limits the speed of
operation. A vent plug is located in the rod end of
the hydraulic cylinder. A 1/2" female pipe thread
tractor fitting is required to fit the shut-off valve (not
furnished).
HYDRAULIC SHUT-OFF VALVE
A hydraulic shut-off valve is located at the end of
the hydraulic hose that connects the tractor to the
hydraulic line running to the lift cylinder.
This valve must be fully open before raising or
lowering the auger. The valve must be closed at all
other times to prevent possible leak-down or
inadvertant hydraulic operation.
FIG. 3
CAUTION: Do not connect or
disconnect hydraulic components
when there is pressure within the
system. Hydraulic systems are
highly pressurized. Escaping hydraulic oil,
even an invisible pinhole leak, can
penetrate body tissues and cause serious
injury. Use a piece of wood or cardboard
when looking for leaks. Never use the
hands or other parts of the body. When
reassembling, make absolutely certain
that all connections are tight. If injured
by hydraulic oil escaping under pressure,
see a doctor immediately. Serious
infection or reaction may occur if medical
attention is not received at once.
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Before moving the auger, the operator should make
sure all personnel are clear of the Moving Auger
Hazard Area as shown in the diagram at the bottom
of the page. Never allow persons to stand
underneath or ride on the auger when it is being
transported.
MOVING THE AUGER
Move the auger with a tractor to or from the work
area. A pick-up truck or other suitable vehicle may
be used for transporting the auger over great
distances. Comply with your state and local
regulations governing marking, towing and maximum
width. Observe safe driving and operation practices.
IMPORTANT: Overall transport height is with the
conveyor fully lowered and attached to a towing
vehicle with a drawbar height of 18”.
Follow these steps when transporting the auger:
1. Always transport your auger in the full-down
position. Swing-out hopper must be raised and
in the transport position. Check ratchet on the
winch to see it is locked to prevent lowering of
hopper during transport.
2. Hydraulic shut-off valve must be closed.
3. Hitch should be secured to tractor and jack stored
in transport position. Fasten hitch safety chain.
4. The swing-out hopper safety chain must be
hooked over the hanger on the lift arm. (See
Raising Hopper into Transport Position on page
15.)
AVOID SHARP TURNS. It is possible for the
hopper to hit the tranctor wheels or fenders.
DANGER: Be alert to overhead
obstructions and electrical wires.
Failure to do so may result in
electrocution. Lower auger well
below level of power lines before
moving. Maintain at least ten (10) feet of
clearance. See the chart on this page
showing the height of each portable auger
in the transport position to determine the
height of your auger.
Moving your portable auger requires careful planning.
Know the transport height of the auger before moving
it. Plan your route to avoid overhead obstructions
and power lines.
SWING-OUT HOPPER
SAFETY CHAIN
UNDERCARRIAGE
FIG. 4
TRANSPORT
HEIGHT
SWING-OUT HOPPER
IN TOWING POSITION
SIZE
TRANSPORT HEIGHT
8" x 52'
13'-5"
8" x 62'
14'-2"
8" x 72'
15'-4" to 16'-4”
10" x 52'
13'-7"
10" x 62'
14'-4"
10" x 72'
15'-6" to 16'-6"
10" x 82'
15'-8"
HAZARD AREA - KEEP OUT
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TRANSPORTING & PLACEMENT
PLACEMENT OF AUGER
Placement - Move the auger into its working position
with a towing vehicle.
STEP 1
Locate auger
next to bin
FIG. 6
STEP 2
Raise auger
STEP 3
Back into
position
Step 1
Step 2
Locate the auger as close as possible to the bin or
storage structure.
Raise the auger only high enough to allow minimum
clearance above the bin.
When moving the auger towards working position,
leave adequate room so swing-out hopper can be
deployed. Allow room for a convenient path for loaded
vehicle to reach the swing-out hopper.
NOTE: Position the auger so tractor and auger will be
in a straight line during grain conveying operation.
A. Place the auger on level surface. The wheels must
be allowed to roll freely when raising. Be sure this
area is clear of any obstructions.
B. Open hydraulic shut-off valve.
C. Check swing-out hopper. It should be in transport
position.
D. Attach the PTO driveline to the tractor. To make
attachment, start sliding the driveline end onto the
tractor PTO output shaft. Compress the spring
keeper on the PTO driveline and continue to slide
onto the tractor PTO output shaft until the keeper
seats in the groove on the tractor PTO output shaft.
Then the spring keeper will return to its original
position and the PTO driveline will be locked onto
the tractor PTO output shaft.
NOTE: Avoid lifting auger on side slope that is
greater than 5%.
Do not engage the PTO when swing-out hopper is in
transport position.
DANGER: Make certain everyone is
clear of the work area when
moving the auger. To prevent tipover when backing, avoid rolling
over any obstructions. Also avoid moving the
auger at right angles to a slope. If the auger
is to set on a slope, approach the bin uphill.
Step 3
Back the auger slowly with tractor (not by hand) over
bin or grain storage structure. NOTICE: Avoid turns
while moving the auger when the PTO driveline is
attached to the tractor. Maneuvering with the PTO
driveline attached will result in driveline damage not
covered by warranty. Make sure the tractor is exactly
in line with the auger during PTO operation. Lower
the auger until the discharge is directly over the
opening.* Place tractor in park, set brake and chock
wheels. Close hydraulic shut-off valve to prevent
lowering or inadvertent raising of auger.
It is a good practice to tie the discharge end of
the auger to the bin or grain storage structure to
prevent possible wind damage. Remember to
untie the auger before attempting to move. Do
not attempt to increase auger height by
positioning wheels on lumber, blocks or by other
means.
*NOTE: When discharging in a grain spreader, always
maintain at least 12 inches space between the auger
discharge and the spreader. (Allow for lowering of the
discharge end as auger fills with grain during operation.)
Make sure entire area above auger and in
line of travel is clear of overhead obstructions
and electrical wires. Failure to do so may
result in electrocution. Maintain at least ten
(10) feet of clearance. Electrocution can
occur without direct contact.
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DEPLOY SWING-OUT HOPPER
1. Lower the swing-out hopper by grasping the winch
handle firmly and turning handle counter-clockwise.
2. When the hopper reaches the ground, unhook cable
from the hopper. Hang the cable hook on part of
the auger housing so it is out of the way.
3. Swing the hopper out to an operating position.
CAUTION: Keep hands away from
winch drum during operation.
ALTERNATE
OPERATING
POSITION
IMPORTANT: The SWING-OUT HOPPER should not
be moved while the auger is in operation. Always
have the hopper in operating position before engaging
the P.T.O.
GRAIN BIN
NOTE: TRACTOR IS
IN LINE WITH AUGER.
SWING-OUT HOPPER
IN OPERATING POSITION
GRAIN
TRUCK
FIG. 7
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DESIGNATED WORK AREA
RULES FOR SAFE WORK AREA
ESTABLISH WORK AREA
Before starting the auger, a designated work area
should be established and properly marked. The
following diagram will show the manufacturers
designated work areas. These areas shall be
marked off with colored nylon or plastic rope hung
as portable barriers to define the designated work
areas.
Under no circumstances should
persons not involved in the
operation be allowed to trespass into
the work area.
It shall be the duty of all operators to see that
children and/or other persons stay out of the
work areas! Trespass into the work area by
anyone not involved in the actual operation, or
trespass into a hazard area by anyone, shall
result in an immediate shut down by the
operator. It shall be the responsibility of all
operators to see that the work area has secure
footing, is clean and free of all debris, and tools
which might cause accidental tripping and/or
falling. It shall also be their responsibility to
keep the work area clean and orderly during
the operation.
Overhead Wires
KEEP AWAY
NOTE: It is good practice to tie
the discharge end of the auger
to the bin or structure to avoid
possible wind damage.
FIG. 8
Walking Surface Is it slippery?
Are there things to trip
you?
UNDER AUGER AND
UNDERCARRIAGE AREA
HAZARD KEEP OUT!
AUGER INTAKE AREA
HAZARD KEEP OUT!
SWING OUT
HOPPER
PTO DRIVE AREA
HAZARD KEEP OUT!
WHEEL
CHOCKS
WAGON
OR
TRUCK
WORK AREA
AUTHORIZED
PERSONNEL
ONLY
TRACTOR
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OPERATING PROCEDURES
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GENERAL AUGER
INFORMATION
Our augers are well made and we are proud of our line
of equipment. We would like you, as our customer, to
do your part in using caution and good judgement in
using our equipment, as well as any other machinery.
It is important to be familiar with the following routine
operation procedures before attempting start-up.
During the operation of your auger, one person shall
be in a position to monitor the operation. Inspect the
drive before adding power and know how to shut down
in an emergency. (See page 12.) Visually inspect the
auger periodically during operation. For efficient and
safe operation, be aware of all the adjustments and
checks which should be performed.
The operator shall have a full view of the auger work
area and check that all personnel are clear of hazard
areas before adding power.
The operator shall be aware of any
unusual vibrations, noises and the
loosening of any fasteners.
Keep all safety shields and devices in place.
Keep hands, feet and clothing away from
moving parts.
Only use an agricultural tractor with 540 RPM power
take-off.
The 8" & 10" augers may be operated at speeds from
450 to 540 RPM.
Auger flight speed in excess of recommended speed
causes excessive wear.
Do not attempt full load operation at speeds below
450 RPM as high torque requirements may damage
the auger.
The swing-out hopper must be in working position and
securely attached to the inlet hopper before start-up.
Close all clean-out and inspection doors before
operation.
IMPORTANT: The PTO driveline is equipped with a
CV (constant velocity) joint, located at the auger end
of the PTO driveline. The PTO driveline should be
operated in a horizontal position for the CV joint to
work properly.
The hitch must be properly attached to the tractor
drawbar. See Figure 1, page 4.
NOTE: The PTO driveline is equipped with a shear
bolt at the tractor connection. The shear bolt protects
the auger from damage if the auger becomes plugged
or subjected to high loads.
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OPERATING PROCEDURES
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START-UP
SHUTDOWN
CHECK THE FOLLOWING BEFORE ADDING
POWER:
A. NORMAL SHUTDOWN
Make certain that the hopper and auger are empty
before stopping the unit. Before the operator leaves
the work area, the power source shall be locked
out (See LOCKOUT.)
Before starting the tractor, be certain
power to PTO is off.
Be certain the PTO driveline is securely
attached to the auger and the tractor.
Use a PTO driveline with a rotating shield
in good working order that can be turned
freely on the shaft.
Use recommended distance from end of
tractor PTO to hitch pin. (See page 4.)
Stay out of designated hazard area of an
operating PTO. Observe work area
restriction. (See work area diagram on
page 10.)
Engage PTO at a slow RPM to minimize shock loads.
Then work up RPM to recommended speed.
Never operate the auger empty for any length of time
as excessive wear will result. If at all possible, do not
stop or start the auger under load, especially before
the flight and tube become well polished, as this may
cause the auger to “freeze-up” (See “BREAK-IN
INFORMATION” below.)
B. INTERMITTENT OPERATION SHUTDOWN
When an auger is stopped and restarted under full
load, it may result in damage to the auger.
Therefore, if intermittent operation is to be carried
out, it is advisable to reduce the load level. When
kept from absolute filling, auger start-up is easier
and operation is more efficient.
C. EMERGENCY SHUTDOWN
Should the auger be immediately shutdown under
load - disconnect and lockout the power source.
Clear as much grain from hoppers and auger as
you can. Never attempt to restart when full. Use
clean-out door in the bottom of main auger inlet
hopper.
NOTE: Starting the unit under load may result in
damage to the auger. Such damage is considered
abuse of the equipment. When as much grain as
possible has been cleared, reconnect power source
and clear auger gradually.
IMPORTANT: Regulate the grain flow into the
main auger by controlling the amount of grain
fed to the swing-out hopper. Overfeeding the
swing-out hopper will plug the main auger.
BREAK-IN INFORMATION
Any screw conveyor when it is new or after it sets idle
for a season should go through a “break-in” period.
DO NOT operate the auger empty. The auger should
be run at partial capacity until several hundred bushels
of grain have been augered to polish the flighting
assembly and tube. Once this is accomplished, the
auger can be run full.
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OPERATING PROCEDURES
LOCKOUT
WARNING: If the operator must leave
the work area, or whenever servicing
or adjusting, the auger must be
stopped and the power source turned off.
Precaution should be made to prevent
anyone from operating the auger when the
operator is absent from the work area.
Remove ignition key or coil wire from power source.
(If this is impossible, remove the PTO driveline from
the work area.)
RELOCATION OF AUGER
When grain conveying operation is completed, the
auger should be moved away from the bin and lowered.
The auger can then be moved to a different bin for
more conveying operations or cleaned up and stored.
STEP 1
NOTE: On augers with side drive kit, first hitch tractor
to drawbar and connect the hydraulic lift hose to the
tractor.
A. Empty the auger and clean up area. The swing-out
hopper must be raised before moving the main
auger. (See raising hopper into transport position
on page 15.)
B. Untie any anchors and remove all supports.
C. Open the hydraulic shut-off valve.
D. Raise the auger so the discharge spout is clear of
bin opening.
E. Remove wheel chocks.
F. Move auger slowly away from the bin with tractor.
NOTICE: Avoid turns while moving the auger when
the PTO driveline is attached to the tractor.
Maneuvering with the PTO driveline attached will result in driveline damage not covered by warranty.
STEP 2
A. Lower auger immediately after clear of bin or storage
structure.
IMPORTANT: Lower the auger, even if relocating
to a bin in the immediate area.
B. Disconnect the PTO driveline and place in storage
position. Use storage hook to support the PTO
driveline as shown in Fig. 10 on page 14.
STEP 3
A. Move the auger to next bin or storage area. If
movement to next location involves road transport,
follow instructions on page 5. We recommend that
the auger be stored in the full down position.
B.Inspect the auger as outlined in the “Machine
Inspection Section” on page 4.
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OPERATING CAPACITIES
The results or capacities of screw conveyors or augers
can vary greatly under diverse conditions. Different
materials, moisture content, amounts of foreign matter,
angle of operation, methods of feeding and speed all
play a role in performance of the auger. Roughly 3200
BPH on 8" units and 4500 BPH on 10" models will be
achieved augering reasonably dry grain. Maximum
possible capacity will be less with high moisture grain
(above 15%) than with dry grain.
RELOCATION OF AUGER
STEP 1
Move away from bin.
STEP 2
Lower auger.
STEP 3
Move to next bin or unhitch.
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OPERATING PROCEDURES
UN-HITCHING INSTRUCTIONS
PTO DRIVELINE STORAGE
Follow these steps to unhitch the auger:
NOTE: When the tractor must be disconnected from
the auger in the raised position, tie the discharge end
of the auger to the bin or structure to prevent possible
wind damage.
The PTO driveline should be placed in the storage
position when not attached to the tractor. Tilt the PTO
driveline up and swing support hook under the driveline
to support the weight of the driveline. See Fig. 10.“
A. The hydraulic shut-off valve must be closed.
B. Relieve tractor internal hydraulic pressure. Then
disconnect the hydraulic hose from the tractor.
C. The auger wheels should be chocked to prevent
the auger from rolling.
D. Place jack into the lifting position and remove hitch
weight from tractor drawbar. Be sure jack pin is
properly set to prevent jack from rotating on mount.
E. Remove safety chain and hitch pin. Disconnect
the tractor from the auger.
F. Open clean-out door in bottom of main inlet hopper
to clean out excess grain and allow water to drain
during storage.
CAUTION: Never raise the intake end higher than
necessary to attach to a towing vehicle. Weight
is transferred rapidly to the head end when the
intake is raised, particularly when the auger is
in a raised position.
FIG. 10
PTO DRIVELINE
IN STORAGE POSITION
Never stand between tractor and
auger when hitching unless all
controls are in neutral and the
brakes locked.
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RAISING HOPPER INTO
TRANSPORT POSITION
4. Turn the winch handle clockwise to raise the hopper.
There should be a clicking sound whenever the
handle is turned.
To raise swing-out hopper, allow all grain to discharge
from the auger, disengage the PTO and lockout power
sources.
5. Raise the hopper until the safety hook is within a
few inches of the lift arm pulley and then place safety
chain ring over the hanger welded to the lift arm and
secure in place with a spring clip. See Fig. 11.
1. Swing the hopper along side of the main auger.
2. Turn lever on winch counter-clockwise and pull
enough cable off winch to attach the cable hook to
the front of the hopper.
NOTE: Observe the cable as it is winding onto the
winch drum. The cable should roll up on the drum evenly;
avoid cable build-up on one side of the drum.
3. Attach the hook to the lifting tab in the front of the
hopper. See Fig. 11 & 12. There are two tabs in
front of the hopper. Use the tab that is furthest
away from the main auger, so when the hopper is
lifted, the hopper will rotate and be facing toward
the main auger.
CAUTION: Keep hands away from
winch drum during operation.
RING AT END OF
SAFETY CHAIN
LIFT
CABLE
SPRING
CLIP
SAFETY
CHAIN
SAFETY
CHAIN
SAFETY
HOOK
ATTACHMENT
HOOK
FIG. 12
LIFTING
TAB
FIG. 11
SWING-OUT HOPPER SHOWN
IN TRANSPORT POSITION
FIG. 13
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LUBRICATION & MAINTENANCE
GENERAL
For economical and efficient operation of your auger
maintain regular and correct lubrication. Neglect leads
to reduced efficiency, excessive wear and needless
down time. The following will detail the parts needing
lubrication and the various conditions which determine
the time span.
Keep all safety shields and
devices in place.
Never clean, adjust or lubricate a
machine that is in operation.
Truss cable should be
resonably snug.
Check to see that all
fasteners are tight.
Gearbox U-joint Lubricate 10 hour
intervals
(See page 18.)
PTO driveline
u-joints.
(See chart for
lubrication schedule)
Repack tapered roller type
bearing annually
PTO driveline
shear bolt
Frame pivot tube
lubricate annually
Shield must cover PTO
driveline to tail stub
connection
Swing-out Hopper U-Joint Lubricate 10 hour intervals
Check oil in
gearboxes
FIG. 14
FRICTION TYPE WINCH
The Swing-Out Hopper is lifted into transport position by
a friction type winch. This type of winch requires the
following maintenance:
A. LUBRICATION. All gears must be clean and
lubricated (auto-type grease) to insure proper and safe
operation. All shafts, bushings and ratchet parts must
be clean and wet with oil (auto-type 10W-30) to insure
proper and safe operation.
B. BRAKE DISC: Brake disc wear can be inspected by
removing handle retainer assembly, handle and brake
disc cover. Brake discs should be replaced if the
thickness is less than 1/16”, cracked or broken. DO NOT
USE OIL OR GREASE ON FIBER BRAKE FACES.
WARNING: If brake disc mechanishm operates
intermittently or erratically, brake disc inspection
should be accomplished.
C. BRAKE RATCHET MECHANISM. Check ratchet
operation by listening for “clicking sound” when cable is
reeled in (turn handle clockwise). Also, when the cable
is reeled out, there will NOT be a clicking sound of the
ratchet. Brake ratchet parts can be inspected for worn
parts and unsafe conditions by removing handle retainer
assembly, handle and disc cover.
MAIN HEAD BALL BEARING
The main auger head bearing is a self-aligning, sealed
ball bearing, which has been packed at the factory, and
requires no lubrication. There is no adjustment to be
made to the bearing, but check that the bearing is firmly
fastened. Also check that the setscrews in the lock collar
are tight against the shaft, securing the lock collar to the
shaft.
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PTO DRIVELINE U-JOINT
CONSTANT ANGLE LUBE RECOMMENDATIONS
The PTO driveline has five fittings that require
lubrication. See Fig. 15 below for location of fittings.
The first lube interval should be 16-24 hours of operation
after intitial start-up then follow this schedule.
U-JOINT
CROSS & BEARINGS
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INTERVAL
4 HRS
8 HRS.
4 HRS.
LOCATION
U-JOINT CROSS & BEARINGS
TELESCOPING MEMBERS
CV BALL & SOCKET
U-JOINT
CROSS AND
BEARING
TELESCOPING
MEMBERS
C.V. BALL & SOCKET
FIG. 15
AUGER
END
NOTE: For lubrication of the u-joint on the auger end,
loosen four bolts that hold the PTO driveline shield to
the gearbox and rotate shield up.
Lubricate all fittings with a good quality lithium soap
base E.P. grease meeting the N.L.G.I. #2
specifications and containing no more than 1%
molybdenum disulfide. (EX. Shell super duty or
equivalent) An E.P. grease meeting the N.L.G.I. #2
specifications and containing 3% molybdenum
disulfide may be substituted in the telescoping, and
CV ball and socket members only. (EX. Mobil Oil
Company, “Mobil Grease CMP”; Shell Oil Company,
“Retinax AM”. Texaco, “Molytex EP #0 and #2".)
REPLACEMENT PARTS ARE NOT LUBRICATED
Replacement parts must be lubricated at time of
assembly. Use amount listed above per location then
follow lube recommendations outlined above for lubing
intervals.
AMOUNT
1 PUMP
4-8 PUMPS
1-2 PUMPS
TRACTOR
END
PTO DRIVELINE SHEAR BOLT
The PTO driveline is equipped with a shear bolt at the
tractor connection. The shear bolt protects the auger
from damage if the auger becomes plugged or
subjected to high loads. It is important to use the
correct replacement bolt of the proper size and
strength to insure that the shear device will protect
the auger and operator.
AUGER
SIZE
8" DIA.
10" DIA.
10" x 82' *
SHEAR BOLT
SIZE
3/8"-16x1" LONG
3/8"-16x1" LONG
3/8"-16x1" LONG
SHEAR BOLT REPLACEMENT
GRADE
SHEAR BOLT KIT
GRADE 2
1011178
GRADE 5
1004779
GRADE 8
1018892
Extra shear bolts are provided with the auger and are
stored in the operator’s manual container located on
the main auger inlet hopper.
*10" x 82’ Swing Auger Augers are equipped with a
35R PTO Driveline, which uses a Grade 8 shear bolt.
Before engaging PTO, be sure
PTO driveline shaft shields turn
freely on shaft.
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LUBRICATION & MAINTENANCE
GEARBOX LUBRICATION
GEARBOX U-JOINTS
IMPORTANT: Under working conditions oil will
dissipate. Check oil in gearboxes periodically and
maintain proper level.
Two u-joints connect the incline tube gearbox and inlet
hopper gearbox. These should be lubricated at
approximately (10) hour intervals with SAE multipurpose type grease. To lubricate the upper u-joint,
open the large hinged door on the head of the inclined
auger. The zerk can be reached with the swing away
hopper in any position, but it works best if the hopper
is on the ground and rolled as close to the tractor or
front as possible. This turns the open side of the ujoint with the zerk more towards the open end door. If
the hopper is hanging on the auger, the zerk will be
accessible only from the back where it is not visible
and must be engaged mostly by feel. A grease gun
with a flexible rubber hose tip is a must. Also, the
auger must be rotated so the zerk is in an accessible
position, as with any universal joint with a zerk fitting.
For checking the oil level in the upper gearbox, use
access door in the side of spout. Remove plug in
side of gearboxes to check oil level. The oil must be
up to the plug level.
For lubrication in normal operating temperatures
between 40°F to 120°F, we recommend the use of
non-foaming, multipurpose gear oil, SAE 90 weight.
For temperatures below 40°F use SAE 80 weight oil.
Use grade commercially available for automotive
differentials. Extra pressure additives may be of value
in severe applications.
DO NOT ADD MORE OIL THAN RECOMMENDED
ABOVE. ADDITIONAL OIL MAY DAMAGE THE
SEALS.
WARNING: DO NOT OPERATE UNIT
WITH ACCESS DOORS OPEN.
FIG. 17
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GEARBOX U-JOINTS
The lower u-joint can be greased through a small
access door on the front of the hopper. Again, the
auger must be rotated until the zerk is facing the
opening.
SWING-OUT HOPPER FLIGHT U-JOINT
A u-joint connects the hopper and the inclined flight
at the hopper elbow. This should be lubricated at
approximately (10) hour intervals with S.A.E.
multipurpose type grease. To lubricate the u-joints
remove the cover strap and raise hinged cover. Be
sure to close the cover and replace cover strap before
operating unit.
WARNING: DO NOT OPERATE
UNIT WITHOUT HINGED COVER
CLOSED AND STRAP PROPERLY
INSTALLED.
HINGED
COVER
COVER
STRAP
HOPPER
FLIGHT
INCLINE
FLIGHT
FIG. 18
HYDRAULIC CYLINDER
The hydraulic cylinder is equipped with
an air breather in the rod end port. Oil
leaking from the air breather indicates
leaking rod seals. Replace damaged
or leaking seals.
HYDRAULIC HOSE
Check all the hydraulic fittings and hose to see if they
are tight and not leaking hydraulic oil. Replace any
hydraulic hose that may be cut or damaged.
BRONZE
BEARING
U-JOINT
CAUTION: Do not connect or
disconnect hydraulic components
when there is pressure within the
system. Hydraulic systems are
highly pressurized. Escaping hydraulic oil,
even an invisible pinhole leak, can penetrate
body tissues and cause serious injury. Use a
piece of wood or cardboard when looking
for leaks. Never use the hands or other parts
of the body. When reassembling, make
absolutely certain that all connections are
tight. If injured by hydraulic oil escaping
under pressure, see a doctor immediately.
Serious infection or reaction may occur if
medical attention is not received at once.
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UNDERCARRIAGE AXLE
SPINDLE BEARING
TROUBLE SHOOTING - CONT.
Tapered roller type bearings are standard on all augers
and should be repacked with grease and adjusted
annually or as needed, determined by usage.
The main auger may be getting too much grain where
it is “jamming” inside the housing. Reduce grain flow
into swing-out hopper.
Care must be used in dismantling wheel bearing
assemblies. See Fig. 19. First remove the dust cap
by prying around the edges. Remove the cotter pin,
slotted nut and flat washer. Carefully remove the hub
and bearings from the spindle. Inspect all parts for
wear or damage and replace with new ones, if
necessary.
Is the auger free of any foreign material, such as
sacks, tarp corners, etc? A plug of the discharge can
cause an auger plug.
When reassembling the hub, repack both bearing
cones with grease and fill the hub cavity 1/3 full. Place
inner bearing assemblies into the hub, and then press
seal into hub and carefully reinstall the hub on the
spindle. When placing hub on spindle be careful not
to damage the lip of the grease seal. Install outer
bearing assembly into the hub, and replace flat washer
and slotted nut. Then tighten the slotted nut to seal
the bearings until the hub binds as you rotate hub.
Back off the slotted nut to the next slot and install a
new 5/32" x 1 1/4" long cotter pin. Replace dust cap.
Damage can occur to the auger flighting, thus causing
noise. Damage usually occurs because of the foreign
material having been run through the auger. It may be
necessary to remove the flighting for inspection.
LOW CAPACITY
EXCESSIVE AUGER NOISE
Damage to the auger housing can occur, causing
interference with rotating auger flighting.
AUGER LOWERING BY ITSELF
Check all hydraulic fittings, hose and connections for
leaks. Check that the hydraulic shut-off valve is
closed.
AUGER WILL NOT RAISE OR LOWER
Check if hydraulic shut-off valve is open. See if the
hydraulic coupler is properly attached to the tractor
and the tractor reservoir is full of oil. The tractor
pressure is too low.
SEAL
COTTER
KEY
INNER
BEARING
HUB
OUTER
BEARING
SLOTTED
NUT
DUST
CAP
FIG. 19
TROUBLE SHOOTING
LOW CAPACITY
The main auger may not be getting enough grain.
Check to see the swing-out hopper intake has not
bridged over restricting flow. The exposed flighting at
the swing-out hopper intake should be covered with
grain to achieve maximum capacity. Check auger
speed. Slow speed below recommended speed will
result in low capacity.
FREQUENT SHEARING OF DRIVELINE SHEAR
BOLT
Reduce flow rate of grain into ground hopper.
Discharge of grain from main auger may be restricted.
Inspect auger intake and discharge areas for damage.
IMPORTANT:
An auger should be frequently checked and serviced
to operate freely. Keep all guards and shields in place.
Replace any that are damaged or lost. An auger should
be run partially full for several hundred bushels to polish
the flighting when it has not been used for an extended
period of time. An auger with flighting that has not
been polished in this manner requires greater
horsepower and damage to the drive and/or flighting
can result if overloaded.
Our augers are well made and we are proud of our
line of equipment. We would like you, as our
customer, to do your part in using caution and good
judgement in using our equipment as well as any other
machinery. Any parts for replacement should be
replaced with parts of the same type and size. Do not
modify or alter any of the auger components.
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AUGER HOUSING LAYOUT
Choose an area on open level ground accessible to
chain hoist or other lifting devices where the auger
may be laid out full length. Lay the different sections
of tube assemblies in the approximate positions.
It will be convenient for assembly, if the tubes are
placed on stands or saw horses. This will make the
assembly of the undercarriage easier. Be sure the
stands or saw horses can support the weight of auger
tubes. Recommended stands height of about 36" tall.
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ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
FLIGHT AND AUGER
SECTIONS ASSEMBLY
NOTE: Units with optional internal flight bearings, see
instructions at the bottom of the page for auger flight
and auger housing sections assembly.
1. Slide connecting band(s) onto the end of the auger
housing tube(s) of the sections to be assembled.
2. Bolt the sections of upper auger flighting to the
next flight section, using two hex head capscrews
(grade 8) black and stover type locknuts. The lower
section of flighting will overlap the upper section of
flighting about one inch on the side toward the auger
outlet. See Fig. 21.
NOTE: Use the bolts and locknuts provided in the
separately packaged flight connecting bolt kit.
3. On 72’ & 82’ models, bolt the middle sections of
flight to the top flight, each other, or to the lower
flight, as needed, in the same manner you bolted
the upper section of flight to the middle section.
4. Slide upper section and lower section of auger tubes
tight together. About half of the band should be on
each tube. On 8" models use two edge straps,
3/8" x 1 3/4" long hex head capscrews and nonlock nuts. On 10" models use only 3/8" x 1 1/2"
long hex head capscrews and non-lock nuts. Tighten
nuts to 25 ft. lbs. of torque in a repeating manner
until all nuts are equally tight.
5. On 82’ models, bolt the flanged tube connection
together using (8) 3/8" x 1" bolts and nylock nuts.
AUGER FLIGHT AND AUGER HOUSING
SECTION ASSEMBLY FOR UNITS WITH
OPTIONAL INTERNAL FLIGHT BEARING
1. Slide connecting band(s) onto lower end of the
upper auger section. (Bolts will be installed and
tightened later.)
2. Slide an internal bearing hanger over the end of the
flight connecting stub on the lower auger section.
Then, slide the flight section out of the upper auger,
so that the lower end of that flight section can be
connected to the flight section in the lower auger
section. Use two hex head capscrews (grade 8)
black, and stover type locknuts. (See Fig. 23.)
MODEL
FLIGHT BOLT SIZE
8"
10"
7/16" x 3" LONG (GRADE 8)
1/2" x 3 1/2" LONG (GRADE 8)
LOWER
SECTION
BOTTOM
FLIGHT
Overlaps 1”
UPPER
SECTION
FLIGHT OVERLAP DETAIL
DISCHARGE END
FIG. 21
CONNECTING
BAND
BOLT WITH
NUT
EDGE STRAPS
8” ONLY
CONNECTING BAND DETAIL
FIG. 22
Both ends of this flight are indexed to achieve timed connections
for augers with internal bearings. (A timed connection is
where the end of the flighting is indexed in a manner so when
the flight is bolted to another flight weldment the flight pitch does
not change across the connection.)
When bolting timed flight sections together at the intermediate
flight bearing. Position the flight ends so they are open 90° to
180° to one another.
FIG. 23
UPPER FLIGHT
CONNECTION
NOTE: Use the bolts and locknuts provided in the
separately packed flight connecting bolt kit. (See
bolt size chart in top right hand column.)
INTERNAL
BEARING
HANGER
HEX HEAD HARDENED
CAPSCREW (GRADE 8)
BLACK WITH STOVER
TYPE LOCKNUT
LOWER
FLIGHT SECTION
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AUGER FLIGHT AND AUGER HOUSING
SECTION ASSEMBLY FOR UNITS
WITH OPTIONAL INTERNAL FLIGHT
BEARINGS
ROTATE BEARING
POSITIONING BAR
Page 23
SLOT IN
AUGER HOUSING
3. Slide the auger housing sections together so the
tube ends are tight against each other.
FIG. 23A
4. Attach the internal bearing hangers to the auger
housing using a mounting plate, 5/8" x 1-1/2" long
(grade 5) hex head capscrew and lockwasher per
each hanger. See Fig. 23C. Prior to assembly, the
internal bearing hanger will be rotated downward
and perhaps supporting some flight weight. Use
the bearing positioning bar provided to grab the
internal bearing hanger stem through the housing
slot to rotate the bearing hanger into its upward
position.
INTERNAL
BEARING
HANGER
PULL BEARING
POSITIONING BAR UP
A. Insert the double bended end of bearing positioning
bar into slot and hook the internal bearing hanger
stem. Rotate the bearing upward as much as
possible. See Fig. 23A.
B. Remove the bearing positioning bar and insert the
single bended end into slot. Hook the internal
bearing hanger stem and by pulling upward, the
internal bearing hanger will rotate upward. See Fig.
23B.
C. Before tightening the mounting bolts down, adjust
the internal bearing hangers so they are centered
between the end of the auger flights. (See Fig. 23D.)
This can be done by sliding the hanger back and
forth in the slot to determine the approximate center.
FIG. 23B
5/8” x 1-1/2” LONG (GRADE 5)
HEX HEAD CAPSCREW
MOUNTING
PLATE
LOCKWASHER
SHORT
MOUNTING
PLATE
USE NEXT TO A
CONNECTING BAND
INTERNAL
BEARING HANGER
FIG. 23C
5. Position the connecting band against the short side
of the short mounting plate. Make sure the two
auger housing sections are still tight against each
other. Tighten the connecting band down by using
3/8" x 1 1/2" long hex head capscrews and nuts.
THE HANGER CAN BE SLID IN THE SLOT
SO IT IS CENTERED BETWEEN THE ENDS
OF THE FLIGHTS. THEN TIGHTEN BOLT.
SAME AMOUNT OF SPACE ON
BOTH SIDES OF HANGER
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FLIGHT
CONNECTING
STUB
MOUNTING
PLATE
BEARING
HANGER
FIG. 23D
ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
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INLET HOPPER ASSEMBLY
LOWER
FLIGHT
RUBBER
WASHER
FILLER
PLATE
SMALL
COVER
LOWER
AUGER
HOUSING
FLANGE
INLET
HOPPER
INSTALL
VENTED
PLUG
GEARBOX
1” O.D.
HEAVY
WASHER
LARGE
COVER
FIG. 24
5/8” O.D.
BUSHING
1. Fasten the inlet hopper to the lower auger housing
flange with (8) 3/8" x 1" long (grade 5) hex head
capscrews, flat washers and nylon locknuts for
8" models or (15) 3/8" x 1" long (grade 5) hex
head capscrews and nylon locknuts for 10"
models.
2. Remove square head solid plug from gearbox
neck and install vented plug.
3. Install rubber washer onto top shaft of gearbox.
4. Place filler plate over gearbox output shaft. Then
set gearbox into place in end of hopper. Add the
mounting angles into place along side the
gearbox. Use 3/8" x 1-1/2" carriage bolts, 5/8"
O.D. bushings, heavy 1" O.D. washers with nylon
locknuts to fasten the filler plate and mounting
angles to the hopper end. Do not tighten at this
time.
5. Use 3/8" x 3/4" HHCS and lockwashers to attach
the gearbox to the mounting angles. Do not tighten
at this time.
6. Slide the auger flighting over the gearbox shaft and
install two bolts and nuts. On 8" models use 7/16"
x 3" long (grade 8) hex head capscrews and stover
locknuts. On 10" models use 1/2" x 3-1/2" long
(grade 8) hex head capscrews and stover locknuts.
7. Use pry bar and block to lift the gearbox so the
rubber washer is tight between the gearbox and
hopper. Then tighten bolts connecting gearbox,
mounting angles, filler plate and hopper.
8. Install covers to hopper with 5/16" x 3/4" HHCS
and nylon locknuts. Covers should be snug, but be
able to rotate in order to open them. Use 5/16"
wing nuts to hold covers closed.
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HEAD PLATE AND
BEARING ASSEMBLY
FIG. 25
1. Bolt the 2 hole flange bearing (Item 2) to the head
plate (Item, 1). Use 7/16" x 1 1/4" HHCS (grade 5)
plated bolts with nylon locknuts on 8” models. Use
1/2" x 1 1/2" HHCS (grade 5) plated bolts with nylon
locknuts on 10" models.
2. Slide head plate with bearing into the head auger
housing and onto the head stub in the head flight.
Use three 5/16" x 3/4" HHCS (grade 5) plated bolts
with nylon locknuts on 8" models and four 3/8" x
1" HHCS (grade 5) plated bolts with nylon locknuts
on 10" models to bolt the head plate to the auger
housing.
3. Bolt the head cover (Item 3) to the head plate
(Item 1) using two 5/16” x 3/4” HHCS with nylon
locknuts.
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ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
TOP TRUSS ASSEMBLY
FOR 52’ AUGER
1. Loosely bolt the two truss sides to the truss
brackets welded on the lower auger tube. Each
truss side uses two 1/2" x 1 1/2" long (grade 5)
hex head capscrews and nylon locknuts to secure
it to the truss bracket.
2. Bolt truss cross brace between the truss sides
with two 3/8" x 1 1/4" long (grade 5) hex head
capscrews and nylon locknuts.
3. Tighten the truss side hardware.
4. Attach cables to upper cable anchors at discharge
end with two cable clamps on each cable.
NOTE: Secure the clamp u-bolt against loose
end of cable.
5. Run the cables over the truss cross brace, then
towards intake end of auger.
6. Attach the cables to the truss side by using 3/8"
cable clamps. Do not tighten 3/8" cable clamps
at this time. See Fig. 30.
7. Install eye bolts through anchors at intake end,
using two non-lock nuts. See Fig. 31.
8. Attach cables to eyebolts using two cable clamps
and secure the clamp u-bolt against the loose end
of the cable.
9. Using eyebolts, tighten cables until they are
reasonably snug. Tighten cables equally. Do not
over tighten.
10.Sight down the tube to make sure all sections are
straight. Tighten the 3/8" cable clamps assembled
in Step 6. Some adjustment can be made after
auger is set up on the undercarriage.
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TOP TRUSS ASSEMBLY
FOR 62’ AUGER
(See page 29 for assembly drawing.)
1. Loosely bolt the truss sides to the truss brackets
welded on the lower auger tube and upper auger
tube. Bolt the tall truss sides to the lower truss
bracket. Each truss side uses two 1/2" x 1 1/2"
long (grade 5) hex head capscrews and nylon
locknuts to secure it to the truss brackets.
2. Bolt truss crossbrace between the truss sides with
two 3/8" x 1 1/4" hex head long (grade 5) capscrews
and nylon locknuts. Use two truss crossbraces
(24" & 36" long) for the lower truss and use one
truss crossbrace (28" long) for the upper truss.
3. Tighten the truss side hardware.
4. Install eyebolts through anchors on the lower auger
tube, using two non-lock nuts. See Fig. 38 on page
29.
5. Attach 5/16" x 31’-0" long cable to cable anchors
(that are down the tube from the upper truss bracket)
with two cable clamps on each cable.
NOTE: Secure the clamp u-bolt against loose
end of cable.
6. Attach 5/16" x 48’-0" long cable to cable anchors
(that are nearest the discharge opening) with two
cable clamps on each cable.
NOTE: Secure the clamp u-bolt against loose
end of cable. Run the cable over the upper truss
crossbrace, then over this lower truss crossbrace
and continue towards the intake end.
7. Attach the 5/16" x 48’-0" cables to the upper truss
sides by using 3/8" cable clamps. Do not tighten
3/8" cable clamps at this time. See Fig. 37 on
page 29.
8. Attach the 5/16" x 31’-0" and 5/16" x 48’-0" cables
to the lower truss sides by using 3/8" u-bolts and
nylon locknuts. Do not tighten 3/8" u-bolts at
this time. See Fig. 36 on page 29.
9. Attach 5/16" x 31’-0" cables to eyebolts (located at
lower undercarriage mount) using two cable clamps
and secure the clamp u-bolt against the loose end
of the cable.
10.Attach 5/16" x 48’-0" cable to eyebolts (located
nearest the intake end) using two cable clamps
and secure the clamp u-bolt against the loose end
of the cable. Using eyebolts, tighten cables to
remove slack to where the cables are reasonably
snug. Tighten both cables the same. Do not over
tighten. Sight down the tube to make sure all
sections are straight. Tighten 3/8" cable clamps
from Step 7 and 3/8" u-bolts from Step 8. Some
adjustment can be made after auger is set up on
the undercarriage.
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TOP TRUSS ASSEMBLY
FOR 72’ AUGER
1. Loosely bolt the truss sides to the truss brackets
welded on the lower auger tube and center auger
tube. Each truss side uses two 1/2" x 1-1/2" long
(grade 5) hex head capscrews and nylon locknuts
to secure it to the truss brackets.
2. Bolt truss crossbrace between the truss sides
with two 3/8" x 1 1/4" hex head long (grade 5)
capscrews and nylon locknuts. Use one short
crossbrace and one long crossbrace for each truss.
3. Tighten the truss side hardware.
4. Install eyebolts through anchors on the lower auger
tube, using two non-lock nuts. See Fig. 38 on
page 29.
5. Attach 5/16" x 33’-0" long cable to cable anchors
(that are down the tube from the upper truss
bracket) with two cable clamps on each cable.
NOTE: Secure the clamp u-bolt against loose
end of cable.
6. Attach 5/16" x 58’-6" long cable to cable anchors
(that are nearest the discharge opening) with two
cable clamps on each cable.
NOTE: Secure the clamp u-bolt against loose
end of cable. Run the cable over the upper truss
crossbrace, then over this lower truss crossbrace
and continue towards the intake end.
7. Attach the 5/16" x 58’-6" cables to the upper truss
sides by using 3/8" cable clamps. Do not tighten
3/8" cable clamps at this time. See Fig. 37 on
page 29.
8. Attach the 5/16" x 33’-0" and 5/16" x 58’-6" cables
to the lower truss sides by using 3/8" u-bolts and
nylon locknuts. Do not tighten 3/8" u-bolts at
this time. See Fig. 36 on page 29.
9. Attach 5/16" x 33’-0" cables to eyebolts (located at
lower undercarriage mount) using two cable clamps
and secure the clamp u-bolt against the loose end
of the cable.
10.Attach 5/16" x 58’-6" cable to eyebolts (located
nearest the intake end) using two cable clamps
and secure the clamp u-bolt against the loose end
of the cable. Using eyebolts, tighten cables to
remove slack to where the cables are reasonably
snug. Tighten both cables the same. Do not over
tighten. Sight down the tube to make sure all
sections are straight. Tighten 3/8" cable clamps
from Step 7 and 3/8" u-bolts from Step 8. Some
adjustment can be made after auger is set up on
the undercarriage.
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TOP TRUSS ASSEMBLY
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ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
TOP TRUSS ASSEMBLY
FOR 82’ AUGER
1. Loosely bolt the truss sides to the truss brackets
welded on the lower middle and upper middle tube
sections. The taller truss sides are attached to the
center and upper truss brackets. The shorter truss
sides are attached to the lower bracket.
2. Bolt truss crossbraces between the truss sides
with two 3/8" x 1 1/4" hex head long (grade 5)
capscrews and nylon locknuts. Use one 28" long
crossbrace for the lower truss. The upper two
trusses each use two crossbraces, a 35 3/4" brace
and a 24 1/2" brace.
3. Tighten the truss side hardware.
4. Install eyebolts through anchors on the lower auger
tube, using two non-lock nuts. See Fig. 38 on page
29.
5. Attach 3/8" x 36’ long cable to cable anchors (that
are down the tube from the upper truss bracket)
with two cable clamps on each cable.
NOTE: Secure the clamp u-bolt against loose
end of cable.
6. Attach 3/8" x 72’ long cable to cable anchors (that
are nearest the discharge opening) with two cable
clamps on each cable.
NOTE: Secure the clamp u-bolt against loose
end of cable. Run the cable over the upper truss
crossbrace, then over this lower truss crossbrace
and continue towards the intake end.
8. Attach the 3/8" x 36’ and 3/8" x 72’ cables to the
lower truss sides by using 3/8" u-bolts and nylon
locknuts. Do not tighten 3/8" u-bolts at this time.
See Fig. 36 on page 29.
9. Attach 3/8" x 36’ cables to eyebolts (located at
lower undercarriage mount) using two cable clamps
and secure the clamp u-bolt against the loose end
of the cable.
10. Attach 3/8" x 72’ cable to eyebolts (located nearest
the intake end) using two cable clamps and secure
the clamp u-bolt against the loose end of the cable.
Using eyebolts, tighten cables to remove slack to
where the cables are reasonably snug. Tighten both
cables the same. Do not over tighten. Sight down
the tube to make sure all sections are straight.
Tighten 3/8" cable clamps from Step 7 and 3/8"
u-bolts from Step 8. Some adjustment can be made
after auger is set up on the undercarriage.
11.Install lower pivot/under truss assembly to main
auger tube assembly. Attach the pivot truss
assembly to the lower pivot mount welded on the
lower middle tube section to locate this assembly
using four 1/2" x 1-1/4" (grade 5) HHCS and nylock
nuts. See Fig. 40 on page 31.
12.Finish securing the under truss to the lower middle
and lower tube sections, using three half bands
and 3/8" x 1-1/2" bolts and 3/8" nuts.
7. Attach the 3/8" x 72’ cables to the upper truss
sides by using 3/8" cable clamps. Do not tighten
3/8" cable clamps at this time. See Fig. 37 on
page 29.
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ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
HUB AND SPINDLE TO
UNDERCARRIAGE ASSEMBLY
The hubs, bearings, seals and spindles are assembled at the factory and are pressure packed with grease at
that time. Slide the hub and spindle assembly into the undercarriage axle and secure with a hex head capscrew
and nylon locknut. See Fig. 44. Secure tire and rim to hub with four lug bolts on 52’ and 62’ models or five lug
nuts on 72’ & 82’ models.
52’ MODEL UNDERCARRIAGE
ASSEMBLY
1. Fasten the upper undercarriage frame to the middle
undercarriage frame using eight 1/2" x 1-1/2" long
(grade 5) hex head capscrews with nylon locknuts.
See Fig. 46 on page 33.
IMPORTANT: The mounting ears of the upper
undercarriage frame are placed on the outside
of the middle undercarriage frame.
2. Fasten the upper undercarriage arm pivot tube to
auger housing using 1" dia. washer head pin, flat
washer and 3/16" x 1-1/2" cotter pin.
NOTE: On 10" model, spacer bushings will be
needed between the upper undercarriage arm
pivot tube and the mounting straps on the
auger housing. See Fig. 45.
WASHER HEAD
PIN
MOUNTING
STRAP
SPACER
BUSHING
FOR 10” UNITS
ONLY
UPPER
UNDERCARRIAGE
PIVOT TUBE
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52’ SWING-AWAY
UNDERCARRIAGE ASSEMBLY
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52’ UNDERCARRIAGE
FRAME ASSEMBLY
After Step 2, wrap a chain or heavy strap around the
tube and middle undercarriage frame. Chain or strap
must be TIGHT to keep undercarriage from opening
when the tube is raised so the lower undercarriage
arm can be connected to the lower undercarriage
arm mount.
UPPER UNDERCARRIAGE
ARM PIVOT
Attached to auger pivot bracket
CHAIN OR HEAVY STRAP
Must go around the middle
undercarriager pivot tube.
FIG. 47
3. Wrap a chain or heavy duty strap around the auger
tube and the middle undercarriage frame, where
the upper frame and middle frame pivot. Chain or
strap must be TIGHT to keep the undercarriage
from opening when the tube is raised to connect
the lower arm to the lower arm mount on the auger
tube.
4. Lift the auger assembly with a hoist high enough to
line up the lower undercarriage arm mount with the
lower auger mount.
NOTE: Only lift the auger at a point near the center
of auger with a chain hoist or other safe, suitable
means. DO NOT lift the entire weight of the auger
from the extreme end. Use a sling completely
around auger tube assembly for lifting. DO
NOT lift from truss or by truss cables.
5. Bolt the lower undercarriage arm mount to auger
housing, using four 1/2" x 1-1/4" long (grade 5) hex
head capscrews with nylon locknuts.
6. Bolt the support frame to side tubes on the middle
frame using four 1/2" x 1-1/4" long (grade 5) hex
head capscrews and nylon locknuts.
MIDDLE
UNDERCARRIAGE
FRAME
7. Check to see that all undercarriage bolts and
fasteners are tight, secure and assembled correct.
Lower the auger and release the hoist.
NOTE: Be sure to remove the chain or heavy strap
that is holding the undercarriage frame to the auger
(that was installed in Step 3.)
8. Attach the 4" bore x 24" stroke hydraulic cylinder
to the upper undercarriage frame using mounting
pin and keeper clip furnished in box with cylinder.
IMPORTANT: The base end of the cylinder must
be attached to mount on the upper
undercarriage frame. The rod end of the
cylinder will be attached to the mount on the
middle undercarriage frame. The cylinder
ports must be facing the left side of the auger
when viewing the auger from the intake end.
IMPORTANT: The cylinder furnished with your
auger has a restrictor installed in the port at
the base end of the cylinder. This restrictor
limits the speed the auger is raised or lowered.
Only use cylinder provided with auger. DO NOT
use a cylinder that does not have the proper
restrictor.
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62’ & 72’ UNDERCARRIAGE
FRAME ASSEMBLY
(See Fig. 50 on page 36.)
1. Fasten the upper undercarriage frame to the middle
undercarriage frame using eight 1/2" x 1 1/2" long
(grade 5) hex head capscrews with nylon locknuts.
IMPORTANT: The mounting ears of the upper
undercarriage frame are placed on the outside
of middle undercarriage frame mounting plate.
2. Fold the upper and middle frame assembly together,
so the upper frame is inside middle frame members.
3. Attach the middle frame to the mounting plates on
the axle pivot collars. Use three 1/2" x 1-1/2" long
(grade 5) hex head capscrews and nylon locknuts
to attach each arm to the mounting plates.
4. Bolt the lower undercarriage arms to the outer
mounting plates on the axle. Use three 1/2" x
1-1/2" long (grade 5) hex head capscrews and nylon
locknuts to attach each arm to the mounting plate.
5. Attach the lower undercarriage arm mount between
the lower undercarriage arms using two 3/4" x 2"
long (grade 5) hex head capscrews, flat washers
and nylon locknuts.
IMPORTANT: Place the flat washer between
the lower arm and the outside of mount.
6. Fasten the upper undercarriage arm pivot tube to
auger housing using 1" dia. washer head pin flat
washer and 3/16" x 1 1/2" cotter pin.
NOTE: On 10" models, spacer bushings will
be needed between the upper undercarriage
arm pivot tube and the mounting straps on the
auger housing. See Fig. 49 on page 36.
7. Wrap a chain or heavy duty strap around the auger
tube and the middle undercarriage frame, where
the upper frame and middle undercarriage frame
pivot. See Fig. 48. Chain or strap must be TIGHT
to keep the undercarriage from opening when the
tube is raised to connect the lower arm to the lower
arm mount on the auger tube.
8. Lift the auger assembly with a hoist high enough to
line up the lower undercarriage arm mount with the
lower auger mount. IMPORTANT: Only lift the
auger at a point near the center of the auger with a
chain hoist or other safe suitable means. DO NOT
lift the entire weight of the auger from the extreme
end.
9. Bolt the lower undercarriage arm mount to auger
housing, using four 1/2" x 1 1/4" long (grade 5) hex
head capscrews with nylon locknuts.
After Step 6, wrap a chain or heavy strap around the tube and
middle undercarriage frame. Chain or strap must be TIGHT to keep
undercarriage from opening when the tube is raised so the lower
undercarriage arm can be connected to the lower undercarriage
arm mount.
UPPER
UNDERCARRIAGE
ARM PIVOT
Attached to pivot
bracket
CHAIN OR HEAVY
STRAP
Must go around the
middle undercarriage
MIDDLE
UNDERCARRIAGE
FRAME
FIG. 48
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ASSEMBLY
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ASSEMBLY
10.Bolt the support frame to side truss on the middle
frames using four 1/2" x 1 1/4" long (grade 5) hex
head capscrews and nylon locknuts.
11.Check to see that all undercarriage bolts and
fasteners are tight, secure and assembled correct.
Lower the auger and release the hoist.
NOTE: Be sure to remove the chain or heavy strap
that is holding the undercarriage frame to the auger
(that was installed in Step 7).
12.Attach the 4" bore x 36" stroke hydraulic cylinder
to the upper undercarriage frame using mounting
pin and keeper clip furnished in box with cylinder.
IMPORTANT: The base end of the cylinder must
be attached to mount to the upper
undercarriage frame. The rod end of they
cylinder will be attached to the mount on the
middle undercarriage frame. The cylinder
ports must be facing the left side of the auger
when viewing the auger from the intake end.
IMPORTANT: The cylinder furnished with your
auger has a restrictor installed in the port at
the base end of the cylinder. This restrictor
limits the speed the auger is raised or lowered.
Only use cylinder provided with auger. DO NOT
use a cylinder that does not have the proper
restrictor.
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UNDERCARRIAGE ASSEMBLY - 82’
MODEL (See Fig. 51, Page 38.)
1. Attach side frames to upper frame. Install each
side frame over an extended pivot shaft on each
side of the lower end of the upper lift frame. Retain
side frame onto pivot shaft with 4" diameter, 7 ga.
painted washer, 3/4" x 2-1/2" HHCS and 3/4" lock
washer.
2. Bolt cylinder tube between the side frames using
eight 5/8" x 1 1/4" HHCS with nylon locknuts.
3. Fasten the support frame to the side frames of the
undercarriage using two 1/2" x 1 1/2" long HHCS
with nylon locknuts. At this time, use only the
bottom bolt on each side to make the attachment.
Later in the assembly, the top bolts will be installed.
4. Attach the side frames to the axle. Install a 1 1/4"
x 3 1/2" HHCS into each of the single holed mounting
plates. The bolts are installed with the bolt heads
on the hub side of the mounting plates.
(NOTE: Make sure that the axle is oriented with
three holed mounting plates are on the same side
of the axle as the lower side frames.) Next, install
the side frames. Secure the side frames to the
axle with 1 5/8" x 11/16" bushings, 1 1/4" I.D.
washers and 1 1/4" nylon locknuts.
5. Attach the cross brace tubes to the side frames on
the provided tabs. Use four 1/2" x 1 1/2" bolts, 1/2"
nylon locknuts and 1/2" washers to make these
connections. The cross braces are attached to
each other at the center with a single 1/2" x 4 1/2"
HHCS and 1/2" nylon locknut. Tighten all bolts on
undercarriage, except support frame. bolts.
6. Bolt the lower undercarriage arms to the outer
mounting plates on the axle. Use three 1/2" x
1-3/4” HHCS, grade 5 and nylon locknuts to attach
each arm to the mounting plate.
7. Bolt the upper undercarriage pivot mount to the
auger housing, using four 1/2" x 1 1/4" grade 5”
HHCS with nylon locknuts.
8. Rotate support stand down toward axle.
9. Fasten the upper frame to the undercarriage. Insert
the 20 3/4" long bushing into the upper undercarriage
pivot mount. Position the upper frame onto the
upper pivot mount, such that the bushing is captured
between the frame sides. Insert the 1 1/4" x 24"
bolt through the frame sides and bushing and
secure with a 1 1/4" nylon locknut.
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UNDERCARRIAGE ASSEMBLY 82’ MODEL
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UNDERCARRIAGE ASSEMBLY
82’ MODEL
(See Fig. 51 on page 38.)
11.Wrap a chain or heavy duty strap around the auger
tube and the middle undercarriage frame, where
the upper frame and middle undercarriage frame
pivot. See Fig. 48 on Page 35. Chain or strap must
be TIGHT to keep the undercarriage from opening
when the tube is raised to connect the lower arm
to the lower arm mount on the auger tube.
12.Lift the auger assembly with a hoist high enough
to line up the lower undercarriage arms with the
lower undercarriage mount. IMPORTANT: Only lift
the auger at a point near the center of the auger
with a chain hoist or other sale suitable means.
DO NOT lift the entire weight of the auger from the
extreme end.
13.Install the lower frame arms to the auger tube.
A. Bolt two halves of the lower pivot support bracket
together using one 5/8" x 2" long hex head capscrew
and nylon locknut in hole closest toward the intake
end.
B. Attach the lower pivot support bracket and the lower
arms of the undercarriage to the mount using a
bushing (1 1/2" O.D. x 1 1/16" I.D. x 15/16" long)
that goes inside the holes of the support bracket
and lower lift arm ear. Use a 1" x 3" long hex head
capscrew on each side with a flatwasher under the
head of the bolt on the outside and a nylon locknut
on the inside.
C. Bolt lower pivot x-brace straps to the lower pivot
support bracket, one on each side of the bracket,
using a 5/8" x 2" long hex head capscrew and nylon
locknuts.
D. Install lower pivot cross support with lower pivot xbrace straps on each side in between lower arms
of undercarriage using two 1/2" x 1 3/4" long hex
head capscrews and nylon locknuts.
16.Attach the 4" bore x 36" stroke hydraulic cylinder
to the upper undercarriage frame using mounting
pin and keeper clip furnished in box with cylinder.
IMPORTANT: The base end of the cylinder must
be attached to mount to the upper
undercarriage frame. The rod end of the
cylinder will be attached to the mount on the
middle undercarriage frame. The cylinder
ports must be facing the left side of the auger
when viewing the auger from the intake end.
IMPORTANT: The cylinder furnished with your
auger has a restrictor installed in the port at
the base end of the cylinder. This restrictor
limits the speed the auger is raised or lowered.
Only use cylinder provided with auger. DO NOT
use a cylinder that does not have the proper
restrictor.
17.Install forward facing reflector assemblies to lower
arms after the wheels have been assembled to the
axle. Use four 5/16" x 3/4" HHCS and nylon
locknuts to attach the assemblies. NOTE: The
assemblies are placed such that the yellow reflector
faces the auger hitch.
14.Rotate the support frame up and install the top
two bolts to hold it to the side frames. Use 1/2" x
1-1/2" long (grade 5) hex head capscrews and nylon
locknuts. Tighten all support stand bolts.
15.Check to see that all undercarriage bolts and
fasteners are tight, secure and assembled correct.
Lower the auger and release the hoist.
NOTE: Be sure to remove the chain or heavy strap
that is holding the undercarriage frame to the auger
(that was installed in Step 11.)
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HYDRAULIC HOSE ASSEMBLY
1. Thread the heavy duty 90° elbow fitting into the
upper cylinder port (at the base). See Fig 53.
Tighten and leave elbow fitting parallel with auger
tube and pointed toward inlet. On the 82’ model,
install the elbow fitting on the right cylinder as you
face the cylinders from the inlet. Leave the fitting
at a 90° angle to the cylinder barrel pointed toward
the ground. On the other cylinder, install the tee
fitting into the cylinder port. Tighten and leave fitting
oriented 90° to the cylinder.
2. Attach the swivel end of the hydraulic hose to the
elbow fitting and tighten. On the 82’ model, (see
Fig. 56 for schematic drawing of hose assembly),
attach the swivel end of the long hydraulic hose to
the top side of the tee fitting. On the second cylinder
on the 82’ model, attach the non-swivel end of the
short hose to the elbow fitting. Attach the swivel
end of the short hose to the bottom side of the tee
fitting.
3. Starting at the cylinder end of the hose, fasten the
hydraulic hose to the tube housing using mounting
and 5/16" x 3/4" long (grade 5) hex head capscrews
with lockwashers. See Fig. 54. For 10" x 82’ augers,
use a loop of hose 8’-0" long between the first clamp
and cylinder port.
IMPORTANT: On 8" and 10" x 52’ augers, use a
loop of hose 4’-0" long between the first clamp and
port. On 8" and 10" x 62’ and 72’ augers, use a
loop of hose 5’-0" long between the first clamp and
cylinder port. For 10" x 82’ augers, use a loop of
hose 8’-0" long between the first clamp and cylinder
port. The loop is necessary for the increased
distance between the clamp and the cylinder
port when the auger is raised.
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HYDRAULIC HOSE ASSEMBLY
HYDRAULIC SHUT-OFF
VALVE ASSEMBLY
Thread the shut-off valve onto the end of the hose.
When installed, the arrow on the valve must point
towards the auger and away from the tractor.
The hose should be threaded into the female
end of the valve. Check all fittings and
connections to see if tight.
CAUTION: DO NOT connect
or disconnect hydraulic
components when there
is pressure within the
system. Hydraulic systems
are highly pressurized.
Escaping hydraulic oil, even
an invisible pinhole leak,
can penetrate body tissues
and cause serious injury.
Use a piece of wood or
cardboard when looking for
leaks. Never use the hands
or other parts of the body.
When reassembling, make
absolutely certain that all
connections are tight. If
injured by hydraulic oil
escaping under pressure,
see a doctor immediately.
Serious
infection
or
reaction may occur if
medical attention is not
received at once.
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SWING-OUT HOPPER LIFT ARM,
CABLE AND WINCH ASSEMBLY
NOTE: The swing-out hopper can be stored either
4. Fasten winch mount plate to the inlet hopperand
secure using two 3/8" x 1 1/4" bolts and nylon
locknuts.
on the right or left side of the main auger.
1. Determine what side of auger you wish to raise the
swing-out hopper, install the lift arm in the mounting
tube from that side of auger. Secure the lift arm to
the mounting tube with a 1/2" dia. x 3 1/8” long washer
head pin and hair pin.
5. Thread winch handle onto winch shaft until point of
engagement (touching of brake pad). Insert winch
handle bolt through lock washer, flat washer, spacer
and spring. Recheck to ensure proper order of
assembly and install into threaded end of winch shaft
and tighten securely.
2. Hook clevis plates over clevis anchor on underside of
the auger housing toward the side the hopper will be
hung. Assemble bushing and cable pulley between
the clevis plates using 1/2" x 2" bolt and nylon locknut.
After the locknut is tightened, check to see that the
clevis plates are captured on the hanger loop and
cannot come off.
IMPORTANT! Proper installation is important for
maximum braking performance.
Handle
retainer assembly permits free action of brake
and handle.
No backing handle off shaft. No
locking of handle away from brake. Recheck
Assembly Before Use.
3. Insert the 1/4” x 1 3/4” bolt through the small hole
son the clevis plate and secure with side depress
locknut (the cable will be positioned between the
pulley and the 1/4” bolt as shown in Fig. 59).
With Hopper in the transport position, hook the loop from
the end of the safety chain over the pin on top of the lift arm.
Secure with hair pin.
1/2” x 2” Bolt &
Nylon Locknut
Washerhead
Pin
1/4” x 1 3/4” Bolt
& Locknut
Clevis Anchor
(welded to bottom
of auger tube)
Clevis
Plate
5/8” Long
Bushing
Pulley
Hopper
Lift Arm
Tighten Locknut so Bushing does
Not Turn Against the Clevis Plate.
Torque to 80 ft. lbs. (108 N×m)
Clevis
Plate
Cable
Clamps
3/8” x 1 1/4” Bolts
& Nylon Locknuts
Loop on End of
Safety Chain
Safety Chain
and Hook
Winch Handle
Assembly
Assemble in the
Order Shown
FIG. 57
5/09
Winch Mount
Plate
3/8” x 1” Bolts, Flat Washers
& Nylon Locknuts
(flat washers used on slotted holes)
0400190
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ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
Page 43
SWING-OUT HOPPER LIFT ARM,
CABLE AND WINCH ASSEMBLY (con’t.)
5. Attach the 3/16” x 26’ long lift cable to the winch
drum so the cable wraps under the drum when turning
handle in a clockwise direction (Fig. 58) . From inside
the drum, insert the cable through one of the round
holes in the drum side until it extends 1” past the
two square holes.
Clamp the cable to the side of the drum with the
cable keeper and two 3/16” x 3/4” carriage bolts,
lock washers and non-lock nuts (the head of the
bolts will be on the inside of the drum).
8. Attach cable hook to lift cable using two 3/16" cable
clamps (secure the clamp with the u-bolt portion of
the clamp against the loose end of the cable).
IMPORTANT! Do Not attach the lift cable to the
safety chain.
Route Cable from Winch
Thru Both Clevis Assembies
(keep cable between pulley
and 1/4” bolt)
FIG. 59
CAUTION! The cable keeper alone
will not hold the weight of the hopper.
There should be enough cable so
when the swing-away hopper is full
down, there are at least 3 turns of
cable on the winch drum. Never let
the cable all the way out. Always
keep a minimum of three (3) wraps of
cable on the winch drum.
To
Winch
If there are not three (3) wraps of
cable around the winch drum when
the swing-away hopper is fully
lowered, then the cable must be
replaced with a longer cable.
3/16” x 3/4”
Carriage Bolt
1/4” Cable
Clamps
Hook
Safety Chain
Pulley
1/4” x 1 3/4” Bolt
& Locknut
Clevis
Plates
Cable Keeper
3 Wraps
Minimum
Lock Washer
Nut
FIG. 58
6. Mount the winch to the winch mount plate using two
3/8" x 1" long bolts with flatwashers and nylon
locknuts. Use a flat washer on each side of the winch
plate where there is a slot.
7. Make sure there are three (3) wraps of cable around
the winch drum, then route the lift cable from the
winch, around the first pulley under the auger housing
and through the pulley on the end of the lift arm.
Position the cable between the pulley and the
1/4” bolt (See Fig. 59).
5/09
Make sure cable is positioned
between pulley and bolt
NOTE: The swing-out hopper can be stored either
on the right or left side of the main auger.
It can be changed to the other side of the main
auger by:
A. Removing the 1/2" x 3 1/8” long retaining pin and
sliding the lift arm out of the mounting tube.
B. Disassemble the clevis plates and pulley from the
anchor on the underside of the auger housing.
C. Move the lift arm to the other side of the auger
housing arranging cables so they are not crossed.
D. Reassemble the clevis plates and pulley to clevis
anchor on towards the side the hopper will be hung.
E. Install the lift arm into the mounting tube from the
other side of the auger tube and reinstall retaining
pin. Check cable to be sure it was not tangled
during the change over.
01036A1
02574A2
1028539-43
Page 44
ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
PTO DRIVELINE / SHIELD
AND JACK ASSEMBLY
Before engaging PTO, be sure that
PTO driveline shields turn freely on
shaft.
1. Fasten PTO driveline to gearbox input shaft using
1/4" x 1-1/2" drive key.
IMPORTANT: For the setscrews in the PTO driveline
yoke to properly engaged on the input shaft, slide
the PTO driveline onto the input shaft until the
setscrew will sit on the flat portion of the gearbox
input shaft. See Fig. 61. DO NOT extend the input
shaft beyond the inside end of yoke.
IMPORTANT NOTE:
The PTO driveline is equipped with a shear bolt at
the tractor connection. The shear bolt protects the
auger from damage if the auger becomes plugged
or subjected to high loads. It is important to use
the correct replacement bolt of the proper size and
strength to ensure that the shear device will protect
the auger an operator. Extra shear bolts are provided
with the auger and are stored in the operator’s
manual container located on the main auger inlet
hopper.
6/08
YOKE
TIGHTEN
SETSCREW
FIG. 61
GEARBOX
INPUT
SHAFT
DO NOT EXTEND THE END OF THE
ENCLOSED DRIVE INPUT SHAFT INTO
THE YOKE.
0400191
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ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
Page 45
PTO DRIVELINE/SHIELD
AND JACK ASSEMBLY - CONT.
SWING-OUT HOPPER AND
INCLINE TUBE ASSEMBLY
2. Bolt shield to gearbox using four 3/8" x 3/4" long
(grade 5) thumb head bolts.
1. Remove paint and apply grease to swing-out hopper
wheel shafts. Fasten the hopper wheels to the
swing-out hopper wheel shafts using two 5/8" flat
washers and one 3/16" x 1 1/2" cotter pin per wheel.
3. Attach hanger bracket to front of hopper using two
3/8" x 1" long (Grade 5) hex head capscrews and
nylon locknuts.
4. Fasten the support hook to the hanger bracket with
a 3/8" x 1 1/4" long (grade 5) hex head capscrews
and nylon locknut.
5. Place PTO driveline into storage position. See
picture and instructions below.
6. Attach jack to hitch tube.
2. Bolt incline tail stub into the incline flight using four
rubber sleeves, two hex head capscrews, flat
washers and nylon lockuts. 8" Models use 3/8" x
3" long (grade 5) hex head capscrews and
10" Models use 7/16" x 3 1/2" long (grade 5) hex
head capscrews. See Fig. 63.
IMPORTANT: Tighten nylon locknuts so the flat
washers are firmly against the rubber sleeves.
DO NOT tighten so tight that the flat washers are
against the flight tube. Leave about 1/16" gap.
7. Snap the operator’s manual container into holder
on bottom side of inlet hopper.
PTO DRIVELINE (STORAGE)
The PTO driveline should be placed in the storage
position when not attached to the tractor.
Tilt the PTO driveline up and swing support hook under
the driveline to support the weight of the driveline.
SUPPORT HOOK
MAIN AUGER INLET
PTO DRIVELINE
CONNECTION
FIG. 62
6/08
02813A1
0400192
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Page 46
ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
SWING-OUT HOPPER AND INCLINE
TUBE ASSEMBLY
NOTE: The hopper hanger bearing and bearing
stub are preassembled to the swing-out hopper.
In the assembly drawing Fig. 64, those parts were
exploded away from the hopper to better show
the proper assembly of the other components.
3. Fasten the u-joint to the incline tail stub using one
hex head capscrew and nylon locknut. 8" Models
use a 5/16" x 2 1/2" long (grade 5) hex head
capscrew and on 10" Models use a 3/8" x 3" long
(grade 5) hex head capscrew.
4. Fasten u-joint to the bearing stub in the swing-out
hopper using hex head capscrews and nylon
locknut. 8" Models use a 5/16" x 2-1/2" long
(grade 5) hex head capscrew and 10" Models use
a 3/8" x 3" long (Grade 5) hex head capscrew.
5. Fasten the lower end of the incline tube to the front
of the swing-away hopper. Use two 1/2" x 1-1/4”
long (grade 5) hex head capscrews, flat washers
and nylon locknuts. NOTE: Install bolt heads onto
the inside and DO NOT tighten completely. The
coupler box must be allowed to pivot.
6. Bolt hinged cover the to the front of the swing-out
hopper using two 5/16" x 3/4" long (grade 5) hex
head capscrews, flat washers and nylon locknuts.
7. Install cover strap over lid onto 3/8" stub (welded to
box on lower end of the incline tube). Hold the straps
on the stud with 3/8" nylon locknuts.
IMPORTANT: DO NOT tighten the nuts down.
The hinged cover must be able to slide under
the strap when the incline tube is tilted at
different angles.
0400193
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ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
Page 47
SWING-OUT HOPPER
RUBBER BELTING ASSEMBLY
1. Install the rubber belting into the inside of the swing
out hopper. Use (12) attachment clips and (2) 1/4"
x 1" long hex head capscrews and nylon locknuts
for each clip. Loosely attach each clip with points
of clips up and with bolt heads inside the hopper.
Use bolt holes positioned around the upper edge
of hopper.
2. Set the belting inside the clips with the belting edge
resting on the bolts. The belting does not go
completely across the output end of the hopper.
Keep the belting end within 1 inch of the clip end.
Position the belting evenly around the hopper and
through the corners.
3. Tighten the bolts and nuts to where the clip points
draw into the belting and the smooth edge of the
clips is in contact with the belting.
0400194
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Page 48
ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
U-JOINT WITH
SOLID SHAFT
INCLINE TUBE TO MAIN INLET
HOPPER ASSEMBLY
1. Remove square head solid plug from top of spout
gearbox and install vented plug.
2. Install the u-joint assemblies to the spout gearbox
and the inlet hopper gearbox. The u-joint with the
solid shaft should be attached to the lower inlet
hopper gearbox. The u-joint with the tubing should
be attached to the upper spout gearbox. Use a
1/4" woodruff key, 5/16" x 2 1/2" long hex head
capscrew and 5/16" side depress locknut to make
attachments.
3. Lift the downspout end of the incline tube assembly
with a sling and position directly over the opening
in the main inlet hopper.
Lower carefully and align the downspout u-joint tube
with the main inlet hopper’s u-joint shaft.
Completely lower until the spout flange sits flat on
top of the main inlet hopper.
4. Secure spout flange to top of main inlet hopper by
using four 2" O.D. flat washers and nylon locknuts.
The incline tube spout should rotate on the top of
the main inlet hopper.
TO THE OWNER
Use the assembly instructions in this manual as a
reference to determine that the auger is assembled
properly.
FIG. 66
TO DEALER/ASSEMBLER NOTICE
The assembly of the auger is complete if all the
applicable assembly steps in this manual have been
followed. Before delivery to the owner it is a good
practice to check the following.
A. Be sure all safety shields and devices are installed
properly.
B. Check all safety decals to see if they are clean
and readable. If any are missing, damaged, painted
over, etc. replace them. See pages P2-P5 for safety
sign location. Decals may be obtained from your
dealer, distributor or ordered from the factory.
C. Check all bolts and fasteners to see they are
tightened and secured properly.
D. Check that the Operator’s Manual container (with
Operator’s Manual inside) is installed in its holder
on the main auger inlet hopper (See Fig. 57 on page
42.)
Deliver this Assembly and Operator’s Manual to the
owner along with the auger.C. Check all bolts and
fasteners to see they are tightened and secured
properly.
D. Check that the Operator’s Manual container (with
Operator’s Manual inside) is installed in its holder
on the main auger inlet hopper (See Fig. 57 on page
42.)
Deliver this Assembly and Operator’s Manual to the
owner along with the auger.
0400194
1028539-48
PARTS LIST
Page P-1
SAFETY SIGNS AND DECALS
AUGER COMPONENTS
10” x 62’ SWING-AWAY AUGER
(Shown)
03527A1
1028539-P1
PARTS LIST
Page P- 2
SAFETY SIGNS AND DECALS
(Refer to Pages P-3 thru P-5)
REF.
NO.
1
PART
NO.
1001973
QTY.
1
2
1001980
1
3
1001974
1
4
1004460
1
5
1001981
1
6
1001985
1
7
1001987
Vary
8
1001984
1
9
1001926
1
10
1001983
1
11
1001986
1
12
1005324
1
13
1001975
1
14
1001976
2
15
13-10021
1
16
13-10022
1
17
18
1004461
1005362
1
1
19
1013783
1
20
1013531
1
21
1022104
1
--
1021179
4
--
1021180
--
--
1022181
3
DESCRIPTION
SIZE
CAUTION - GENERAL STATEMENTS 1-8
4-3/4" x 8"
(On Main Auger Housing)
DANGER - BEWARE OF POWER LINES
4" x 8"
(On Main Auger Housing)
WARNING - ESCAPING HYDRAULIC OIL
4" x 7-1/2"
(On Main Auger Housing)
CAUTION - ROTATING WINCH HANDLE
4" x 7-3/8"
(One on side of Inlet Hopper)
DANGER - UPENDING HAZARD
4-1/2" x 6-1/4"
(On Main Auger Housing)
DANGER - ROTATING AUGER
4-1/2" x 6-1/4"
(On Incline Tube)
DANGER - DO NOT OPERATE WITH COVER OPEN!
4" x 5-1/2"
(One on side of Inlet Hopper)
(One on Inlet Hopper Clean-out Door)
(One on side of Incline Tube Spout)
DANGER - DO NOT ATTEMPT DISASSEMBLY
4" x 6"
(On Main Auger Housing)
DANGER - CYLINDER STATEMENT
4" x 8"
(One on side of Hydraulic Cylinder)
DANGER - ROTATING DRIVELINE
4" x 6-1/4"
(One on back of Inlet Hopper)
DANGER - ROTATING AUGER INSIDE OF HOPPER
4" x 5-1/2"
(One on side of Inlet Hopper)
DANGER - “ STOP”, IF ANY GUARDS, SHIELDS...
4" x 6"
(On Main Auger Housing)
WARNING - THE TRANSPORT WIDTH
4" x 6"
(On 62’ and 72’ Models Only)
WARNING - PINCH POINT
4" x 5-1/2"
(One on both sides of Undercarriage Frame)
DANGER - ROTATING DRIVELINE
3-3/8" x 5"
(One on PTO Driveline Shield)
DANGER - SHIELD MISSING
2-1/2" x 8-7/8"
(Under PTO Driveline Shield)
OPERATOR’S MANUAL INSIDE
1-1/2" x 7-1/2"
BEFORE TRANSPORTING
2" x 5-1/2"
(On Lift Arm)
NOTICE - DO NOT ATTACH PTO
5-1/4" x 7"
(On back of Inlet Hopper)
GREASE
1" x 2"
(On back of Inlet Hopper)
WARNING - WINCH OPERATION
3/4" x 7"
(On Winch Handle)
RED REFLECTIVE DECAL
2" x 9"
(On back of Axle and back of Upper Undercarriage Attachment)
YELLOW REFLECTIVE DECAL
2" x 9"
10 on 62’ Models, 12 On 72’ Models & 14 On 82’ Models
(Along sides of auger housing and undercarriage,
on forward facing brackets attached to undercarriage)
ORANGE FLOURESCENT DECAL
2" x 9"
(On back of axle)
1028539-P2
PARTS LIST
Page P- 3
SAFETY SIGNS AND DECALS
Check all safety signs and replace any that are worn, missing or
illegible. The safety sign locations are shown below. Copies of
the Safety Signs are shown on this page and the next two
pages. Safety signs may be obtained from you dealer or oredered
from
the factory.
02632A1-N1
02612A1-A
1028539-P3
PARTS LIST
Page P- 4
SAFETY SIGNS AND DECALS
As
As
As
02612A2-B
1028539-P4
PARTS LIST
Page P- 5
SAFETY SIGNS AND DECALS
02612A4-G1
1028539-P5
PARTS LIST
Page P- 6
MAIN AUGER COMPONENTS
(Refer to Pages P-6 thru P-8)
DETAIL A
DETAIL B
DETAIL C
02854A5
0400171
02851A2
1028539-P6
PARTS LIST
Page P- 7
MAIN AUGER COMPONENTS
REF.
NO.
1
2
3
4
5
6
PART
NO.
106399
106398
1011200
--1011202
1011211
1011201
4841
7
8
8A
9
10
3010L11
1004137
862027
52475
1004463
DESCRIPTION
Truss Side (32" long)
Truss Crossbrace (28" long)
Truss Side (43 1/2" long)
Truss Crossbrace
f/8" x 62’ & 72’ (23 1/2" long)
f/10" x 62’, 72’ & 82’ (24 5/8" long)
Truss Crossbrace (35 3/4" long)
3/8" U-Bolt
(f/62’, 72’ & 82’ Lower Truss)
3/8" Cable Clamp
5/16" Cable x 33’-0" long
5/16" Cable x 31’-0" long
5/16" Cable x 48’-0" long
5/16" Cable x 58’-6" long
REF.
NO.
11
12
13
14
18
19
20
PART
NO.
866015-1
--3153A91
3010L11
D1170
106207-1
1025341
1025342
1028314
DESCRIPTION
5/8" Dia.x 11" Eyebolt
5/16" Cable Clamp
3/8" Cable Clamp (f/10" x 82’ Auger only)
5/8" Non-lock Nut
10" Half Clamp
3/8" Cable x 72’-0" long
3/8" Cable x 36’-0" long
Lower Housing Rigid Truss
HUTCHINSON HOUSING
REF.
NO.
PART
NO.
25
1013627-220
1013627-260
1013639-220
1013639-230
1013639-260
1015176-220
1015176-260
1015850-220
1015850-230
1015850-260
1013483-120
1013483-160
1013498-120
1013498-130
1013498-160
1025202-130
1025202-170
DESCRIPTION
Tube Housing - Upper
f/8" x 52’ (galv.)
f/8" x 52’ (painted)
f/10" x 52’ (galv. - 14 ga. Housing)
f/10" x 52’ (galv. - 12 ga. Housing)
f/10" x 52’ (painted)
f/8" x 62’ (galv.)
f/8" x 62’ (painted)
f/10" x 62’ (galv. - 14 ga. Housing)
f/10" x 62’ (galv. - 12 ga. Housing)
f/10" x 62’ (painted)
f/8" x 72’ (galv.)
f/8" x 72’ (painted)
f/10" x 72’ (galv. - 14 ga. Housing)
f/10" x 72’ (galv. - 12 ga. Housing)
f/10" x 72’ (painted)
f/10" x 82’ (galv. - 12 ga. Housing)
f/10" x 82’ (painted - 12 ga. Housing)
29
1013484-220
1013484-260
1013499-220
1013499-230
1013499-260
Tube Housing - Center
f/8" x 72’ (galv.)
f/8" x 72’ (painted)
f/10" x 72’ (galv. - 14 ga. Housing)
f/10" x 72’ (galv. - 12 ga. Housing)
f/10" x 72’ (painted)
30
1025203-230
1025203-270
Tube Housing - Upper Middle
f/10" x 82’ (galv. - 12 ga. Housing)
f/10" x 82’ (painted - 12 ga. Housing)
31
30
Tube Housing -Upper Middle
1025203-330
f/10" x 82’ (galv. - 12 ga. Housing)
1025203-370
f/10" x 82’ (painted - 12 ga. Housing)
1028402-130
1028402-170
Tube Housing - Lower Middle
f/10" x 82’ (galv. - 12 ga. Housing)
f/10" x 82’ (painted - 12 ga. Housing)
32
31
Tube Housing-Lower Middle
1028402-130
f/10" x 82’ (galv. - 12 ga. Housing)
1028402-170
f/10" x 82’ (painted - 12 ga. Housing)
MAYRATH HOUSINGS
(See following page for Housings with Internal Bearings)
REF.
NO.
PART
NO.
25
1013627-320
1013627-360
1013639-320
1013639-330
1013639-360
1015176-320
1015176-360
1015850-320
1015850-330
1015850-360
1013483-120
1013483-160
1013498-120
1013498-130
1013498-160
1025202-130
1025202-170
DESCRIPTION
Tube Housing - Upper
f/8" x 52’ (galv.)
f/8" x 52’ (painted)
f/10" x 52’ (galv. - 14 ga. Housing)
f/10" x 52’ (galv. - 12 ga. Housing)
f/10" x 52’ (painted)“
f/8" x 62’ (galv.)“
f/8" x 62’ (painted)“
f/10" x 62’ (galv. - 14 ga. Housing)
f/10" x 62’ (galv. - 12 ga. Housing)
f/10" x 62’ (painted)
f/8" x 72’ (galv.)
f/8" x 72’ (painted)
f/10" x 72’ (galv. - 14 ga. Housing)
f/10" x 72’ (galv. - 12 ga. Housing)
f/10" x 72’ (painted)“
f/10" x 82’ (galv. - 12 ga. Housing)
f/10" x 82’ (painted - 12 ga. Housing)
1013484-320
1013484-360
1013499-320
1013499-330
1013499-360
Tube Housing - Center
f/8" x 72’ (galv.)
f/8" x 72’ (painted)
f/10" x 72’ (galv. - 14 ga. Housing)
f/10" x 72’ (galv. - 12 ga. Housing)
f/10" x 72’ (painted)
26
27
28
29
32
33
34
35
36
-36
Tube Housing - Lower
1013635-120
f/8" x 52’ (galv.)
1013635-160
f/8" x 52’ (painted)
1013643-120
f/10" x 52’ (galv. - 14 ga. Housing)
1013643-130
f/10" x 52’ (galv. - 12 ga. Housing)
1013643-160
f/10" x 52’ (painted)“
1015175-120
f/8" x 62’ (galv.)
1015175-160
f/8" x 62’ (painted)
1015849-120
f/10" x 62’ (galv. - 14 ga. Housing)
1015849-130
f/10" x 62’ (galv. - 12 ga. Housing)
1015849-160
f/10" x 62’ (painted)
1013485-120
f/8" x 72’ (galv.)
1013485-160
f/8" x 72’ (painted)
1013500-120
f/10" x 72’ (galv. - 14 ga. Housing)
1013500-130
f/10" x 72’ (galv. - 12 ga. Housing)
1013500-160
f/10" x 72’ (painted)
1028403-130
f/10" x 82’ (galv. - 12 ga. Housing)
1028403-170
f/10" x 82’ (painted - 12 ga. Housing)
8309A
8" Connecting Band
1014153
Reinforcing Strap
f/8" Connecting Band
1012D
10" Connecting Band
26
27
28
33
34
35
36
-36
Tube Housing - Lower
1013635-120
f/8" x 52’ (galv.)
1013635-160
f/8" x 52’ (painted)
1013643-120
f/10" x 52’ (galv. - 14 ga. Housing)
1013643-130
f/10" x 52’ (galv. - 12 ga. Housing)
1013643-160
f/10" x 52’ (painted)
1015175-120
f/8" x 62’ (galv.)
1015175-160
f/8" x 62’ (painted)
1015849-120
f/10" x 62’ (galv. - 14 ga. Housing)
1015849-130
f/10" x 62’ (galv. - 12 ga. Housing)
1015849-160
f/10" x 62’ (painted)
1013485-120
f/8" x 72’ (galv.)
1013485-160
f/8" x 72’ (painted)
1013500-120
f/10" x 72’ (galv. - 14 ga. Housing)
1013500-130
f/10" x 72’ (galv. - 12 ga. Housing)
1013500-160
f/10" x 72’ (painted)
1028403-130
f/10" x 82’ (galv. - 12 ga. Housing)
1028403-170
f/10" x 82’ (painted - 12 ga. Housing)
8309A
8" Connecting Band
1014153
Reinforcing Strap
f/8" Connecting Band
1012D
10" Connecting Band
1028539-P7
PARTS LIST
Page P- 8
MAIN AUGER COMPONENTS
MAYRATH HOUSINGS
FOR INTERNAL BEARINGS
HUTCHINSON HOUSINGS
FOR INTERNAL BEARINGS
REF.
NO.
PART
NO.
REF.
NO.
PART
NO.
25
1013650-320
1013657-320
1013657-330
1015845-320
1015848-320
1015848-330
1013652-120
1013659-120
1013659-130
1025206-130
1025206-170
DESCRIPTION
Tube Housing - Upper
f/8" x 52’ (galv.)
f/10" x 52’ (galv. - 14 ga. Housing)
f/10" x 52’ (galv. - 12 ga. Housing)
f/8" x 62’ (galv.)
f/10" x 62’ (galv. - 14 ga. Housing)
f/10" x 62’ (galv. - 12 ga. Housing)
f/8" x 72’ (galv.)
f/10" x 72’ (galv. - 14 ga. Housing)
f/10" x 72’ (galv. - 12 ga. Housing)
f/10" x 82’ (galv. - 12 ga. Housing)
f/10" x 82’ (painted - 12 ga. Housing)
25
1013650-220
1013657-220
1013657-230
1015845-220
1015848-220
1015848-230
1013652-120
1013659-120
1013659-130
1025206-130
1025206-170
DESCRIPTION
Tube Housing - Upper
f/8" x 52’ (galv.)
f/10" x 52’ (galv. - 14 ga. Housing)
f/10" x 52’ (galv. - 12 ga. Housing)
f/8" x 62’ (galv.)
f/10" x 62’ (galv. - 14 ga. Housing)
f/10" x 62’ (galv. - 12 ga. Housing)
f/8" x 72’ (galv.)
f/10" x 72’ (galv. - 14 ga. Housing)
f/10" x 72’ (galv. - 12 ga. Housing)
f/10" x 82’ (galv. - 12 ga. Housing)
f/10" x 82’ (painted- 12 ga. Housing)
29
1013653-320
1013660-320
1013660-330
Tube Housing - Center
f/8" x 72’ (galv.)
f/10" x 72’ (galv. - 14 ga. Housing)
f/10" x 72’ (galv. - 12 ga. Housing)
29
1013653-220
1013660-220
1013660-230
Tube Housing - Center
f/8" x 72’ (galv.)
f/10" x 72’ (galv. - 14 ga. Housing)
f/10" x 72’ (galv. - 12 ga. Housing)
30
1025207-330
1025207-370
Tube Housing - Upper Middle
f/10" x 82’ (galv. - 12 ga. Housing)
f/10" x 82’ (painted - 12 ga. Housing)
30
1025207-230
1025207-270
Tube Housing - Upper Middle
f/10" x 82’ (galv. - 12 ga. Housing)
f/10" x 82’ (painted - 12 ga. Housing)
31
1028406-130
1028406-170
Tube Housing - Lower Middle
f/10" x 82’ (galv. - 12 ga. Housing)
f/10" x 82’ (painted - 12 ga. Housing)
31
1028406-130
1028406-170
Tube Housing - Lower Middle
f/10" x 82’ (galv. - 12 ga. Housing)
f/10" x 82’ (painted - 12 ga. Housing)
32
1013654-120
1013661-120
1013661-130
1015844-120
1015847-120
1015847-130
1013656-120
1013663-120
1013663-130
1028407-130
1028407-170
Tube Housing - Lower
f/8" x 52’ (galv.)
f/10" x 52’ (galv. - 14 ga. Housing)
f/10" x 52’ (galv. - 12 ga. Housing)
f/8" x 62’ (galv.)
f/10" x 62’ (galv. - 14 ga. Housing)
f/10" x 62’ (galv. - 12 ga. Housing)
f/8" x 72’ (galv.)
f/10" x 72’ (galv. - 14 ga. Housing)
f/10" x 72’ (galv. - 12 ga. Housing)
f/10" x 82’ (galv. - 12 ga. Housing)
f/10" x 82’ (painted - 12 ga. Housing)
32
1013654-120
1013661-120
1013661-130
1015844-120
1015847-120
1015847-130
1013656-120
1013663-120
1013663-130
1028407-130
1028407-17
Tube Housing - Lower
f/8" x 52’ (galv.)
f/10" x 52’ (galv. - 14 ga. Housing)
f/10" x 52’ (galv. - 12 ga. Housing)
f/8" x 62’ (galv.)
f/10" x 62’ (galv. - 14 ga. Housing)
f/10" x 62’ (galv. - 12 ga. Housing)
f/8" x 72’ (galv.)
f/10" x 72’ (galv. - 14 ga. Housing)
f/10" x 72’ (galv. - 12 ga. Housing)
f/10" x 82’ (galv. - 12 ga. Housing)
f/10" x 82’ (painted - 12 ga. Housing)
26
27
28
33
34
35
36
--
8309A
1014153
36
1012D
8" Connecting Band
Reinforcing Strap
f/8" Connecting Band
10" Connecting Band
REF.
NO.
1
PART
NO.
--1028491
1028346
--6818D
8325A
--1028492
1028360
DESCRIPTION
Head Plate
f/8" (f/1" Bearing)
f/10" (f/1 1/4" Bearing)
Head Bearing
1" Bearing
1 1/4" Bearing
Head Cover
f/8"
f/10"
2
3
26
27
28
33
34
35
36
--
8309A
1014153
36
1012D
8" Connecting Band
Reinforcing Strap
f/8" Connecting Band
10" Connecting Band
HEAD BEARING
DETAIL
0400180P
1028539-P8
PARTS LIST
Page P- 9
MAIN AUGER COMPONENTS
8" FLIGHT SECTIONS
10" FLIGHT SECTIONS
REF.
NO.
PART
NO.
REF.
NO.
PART
NO.
37
1013636
1013640
1013637
1013641
1013638
1013642
---
37
1013619
1013624
1013621
1013625
1013623
1013626
1025324
1025328
DESCRIPTION
Flight - Upper
f/10" x 52’ (21’-2" long) - 7 ga.
f/10" x 52’ (21’-2" long) - 1/4"
f/10" x 62’ (31’-2" long) - 7 ga.
f/10" x 62’ (31’-2" long) - 1/4"
f/10" x 72’ (11’-2" long) - 7 ga.
f/10" x 72’ (11-2" long) - 1/4"
f/10" x 82’ (16’-2" long) - 7 ga.
f/10" x 82’ (16-2" long) - 1/4"
38
39
40
41
1013722
1013723
42
---
43
---
44
1013480
1013481
---
45
DESCRIPTION
Flight - Upper
f/8" x 52’ (21’-2 3/8" long) - 7 ga.
f/8" x 52’ (21’-2 3/8" long) - 1/4"
f/8" x 62’ (31’-2 3/8" long) - 7 ga.
f/8" x 62’ (31’-2 3/8" long) - 1/4"
f/8" x 72’ (11’-2 3/8" long) - 7 ga.
f/8" x 72’ (11’-2 3/8" long) - 1/4"
38
39
40
Flight - Center
f/8" x 72’ (29’-11 5/8" long) - 7 ga.
f/8" x 72’ (29’-11 5/8" long) - 1/4"
41
1013673
1013674
Flight - Center
f/10" x 72’ (29’-11 5/8" long) - 7 ga.
f/10" x 72’ (29’-11 5/8" long) - 1/4"
Flight -Upper Middle
42
1025325
1025329
Flight -Upper Middle
f/10" x 82’ (20’-3 3/4" long) - 7 ga.
f/10" x 82’ (20’-3 3/4" long) - 1/4"
Flight -Lower Middle
43
1013673
1013674
Flight -Lower Middle
f/10" x 82’ (29’-11 5/8" long) - 7 ga.
f/10" x 82’ (29’-11 5/8" long) - 1/4"
Flight - Lower
f/8" x 52’, 62’ & 72’ (30’-2 5/8" long) 7 ga.
f/8" x 52’, 62’ & 72’ (30’-2 5/8" long) - 1/4"
44
1013495
1013496
1025327
1025331
Flight - Lower
f/10" x 52’, 62’ & 72’ (30’-2 5/8" long) - 7 ga.
f/10" x 52’, 62’ & 72’ (30’-2 5/8" long) - 1/4"
f/10" x 82’ (15’-7 1/2" long) - 7 ga.
f/10" x 82’ (15’-7 1/2" long) - 1/4"
45
8" FLIGHT FOR OPTIONAL
INTERNAL BEARING UNITS
10" FLIGHT FOR OPTIONAL
INTERNAL BEARING UNITS
REF.
NO.
46
REF.
NO.
46
PART
NO.
1013646
1013648
47
1011315
1011316
48
1013647
1013649
DESCRIPTION
Flight - Upper (10’-8 1/4" long)
f/ 7 ga. Flight
f/1/4" Flight
Flight - Intermediate (9’-9 3/4" long)
f/7 ga. Flight
f/1/4" Flight
Flight - Lower (10’-7" long)
f/7 ga. Flight
f/1/4" Flight
47
48
PART.
NO.
1013628
1013630
1011320
1011321
1013629
1013631
DESCRIPTION
Flight - Upper (10’-8 /14" long)
f/7 ga. Flight
f/1/4" Flight
Flight - Center (9’-9 3/4" long)
f/7 ga. Flight
f/1/4" Flight
Flight - Lower (10’-7" long)
f/7 ga. Flight
f/1/4" Flight
10" FLIGHT CONNECTING BOLTS
8" FLIGHT CONNECTING BOLTS
REF.
NO.
49
PART
NO.
1009499
50
1011181
DESCRIPTION
Connecting Bolt 7/16" x 3" long (grade 8)
black Hex Head Capscrews
Stover Type Locknut 7/16"
8" OPTIONAL INTERNAL BEARING
FLIGHT COMPONENTS
REF.
NO.
51
52
53
54
---
PART
NO.
33276
1012295
1013767
60522
8379C
1012297
DESCRIPTION
Bolt 5/8" x 1 1/2" long
8" Internal Bearing Cover Plate (7 1/4" long)
8" Internal Bearing Cover Plate (4 3/8" long)
Internal Bearing Hanger w/Bronze Bushing
Replacement Bronze Bushing only
Positioning Bar for Internal Bearing
REF.
NO.
49
PART
NO.
1009504
50
1011182
DESCRIPTION
Connecting Bolt 1/2" x 3 1/2" long
(Grade 8) black Hex Head Capscrew
Stover Type Locknut 1/2"
10" OPTIONAL INTERNAL BEARING
FLIGHT COMPONENTS
REF.
NO.
51
52
53
54
---
PART
NO.
33276
1012296
1013768
4010A91
1051D
1012298
DESCRIPTION
Bolt 5/8" x 1 1/2" long (grade 5) plated
10" Internal Bearing Cover Plate (4 3/8" long)
10" Internal Bearing Cover Plate (4 3/8" long)
Internal Bearing Hanger w/Bronze Bushing
Replacement Bronze Bushing only
Positioning Bar for Internal Bearing
MISCELLANEOUS FLIGHT COMPONENTS
REF.
NO.
------------
PART
NO.
52806
1014501
52809
1011164
1011165
1011166
1011167
1013718
1013672
8384D
40057
DESCRIPTION
Weld-in Bushing f/8" (1 1/4" I.D. x 4 3/8" long)
Weld-in Bushing f/10" Intake (6" long)
Weld-in Bushing f/10" (1 1/2" I.D. x 4 3/8" long)
Weld-in Connecting Stub f/8" Std.
Weld-in Connecting Stub f/10" Std.
Weld-in Internal Bearing Connecting Stub (8")
Weld-in Internal Bearing Connecting Stub (10")
Weld-in Head Stub f/8"
Weld-in Head Stub f/10"
Intake Repair Flight f/8" (1/4" thick)
Intake Repair Flight f/10" (3/8" thick)
1028539-P9
Page P- 10
PARTS LIST
UNDERCARRIAGE AND
HYDRAULIC LIFT COMPONENTS
REF.
NO.
1
PART
NO.
--1010979
5
1010980
1007782
--1004560
1007996
1007996
--1003963
1003788
--1028502
1028503
1001563
5
1003104
6
--1010978
1007780
1007780
2
3
4
DESCRIPTION
Undercarriage Frame
f/8" x 52’ & 10" x 52’
(w/Axle and Lower Arms)
f/8" x 62’ & 10" x 62’
f/8" x 72’ & 10" x 72’
Upper Lift Arm Frame“
f/8" x 52’ & 10" x 52’
f/8" x 62’ & 10" x 62’
f/8" x 72’ & 10" x 72’
BoLt-Together Axle
f/8" x 62’ & 10" x 62’ (111" long)
f/8" x 72’ & 10" x 72’ (120" long)
Bolt-Together Lower Arm
f/8" x 62’ & 10" x 62’
f/8" x 72’ & 10" x 72’
Spindle & Hub Assembly 4-Bolt
f/8" x 52’-62’ & 10" x 52’-62’
(See Page P-12 for parts breakdown)
Spindle & Hub Assembly 5-Bolt
f/8" x 72’ & 10" x 72’
(See Page P-12 for parts breakdown)
Undercarriage Support Bracket
f/8" x 52’ & 10" x 52’
f/8" x 62’ & 10" x 62’
f/8" x 72’ & 10" x 72’
REF.
NO.
7
8
9
10
11
PART
NO.
1007989
--862026
106383
1004291
--6393D
107225
---
12
1004368-1
1004369-1
--1006328
1006330
13
14
15
1005886
106413
1006324
DESCRIPTION
Undercarriage Mount
Undercarriage Upper Frame Mounting Pin
f/8" (1" x 10" long)
f/10" (1" x 12 1/4" long)
Upper Frame Mounting Bushing f/10" Only
Wheel Rim
15" x 4.5 KB 4-Bolt f/52’ & 62’
15" x 6 LB 5-Bolt f/72’
Hydraulic Cylinder
(See Page P-13 for parts breakdown)
4" x 24" Stroke f/52’
4" x 36" Stroke f/62’ & 72’
Hydraulic Hose
f/8" x 52’ & 10" x 52’ (24’-6" long)
f/8" x 62’ & 72’, 10" x 62’ & 72’
(31’-6" long)
Shut-off Valve
90° Street El 1/2" Pipe
Hydraulic Mounting Clamp
02065A3-P
1028539-P10
PARTS LIST
Page P-11
10” x 82’ AUGER
UNDERCARRIAGE AND
HYDRAULIC LIFT COMPONENTS
REF.
NO.
PART
REF.
PART
NO.
DESCRIPTION
NO.
NO.
DESCRIPTION
1
1028271
Right Hand Arm Weldment
16
1025368
Hydraulic Hose 3/8" x 44’-6" long
2
1028272
Left Hand Arm Weldment
17
1006324
Hydraulic Mounting Clamp
3
1028282
Cylinder Mount Tube
18
106413
90° 1/2" Elbow Fitting
4
1028229
Cross Brace Lower Frame
19
1010462
Hydraulic Hose 3/8" x 1’-6"
5
1024604
Support Stand
20
1004732
Hydraulic 1/2" Tee Fitting
6
1024598
Lower Arm Tube
21
1025415
Reflector Plate Assembly
7
1028268
Upper Lift Frame
22
1025533
Pivot Bushing 1-5/8" x 11/16"
8
1025172
Axle Tube
23
1021198
Bushing 1-1/2" O.D. x 14/16" long
Lower Pivot Bracket
9
1028314
Lower Undercarriage Mount/Under Truss
24
1025548
10
1025316
Upper Undercarriage Mount
25
1025551
Lower Pivot X-Brace
11
1003104
Hub/Spindle Assembly
26
1025552
Lower Pivot Cross Support
12
107225
Wheels
27
1005886
Shut-off Valve
13
1024322
Spacer Tube Upper Carriage Mount
28
106207-1
10" Half Clamp
14
1025392
Upper Carriage Mount Bolt 1-1/4" x 24"
29
1027146
Retainer Washer
15
1004369
Hydraulic Cylinder 4" Bore x 36"
5/09
03550A2
1028539-P11
PARTS LIST
Page P- 12
SPINDLE & HUB ASSEMBLIES
REF.
-1
2
3
8
8
9
10
11
DESCRIPTION
Spindle & Hub Assy.
Spindle
Grease Seal
Inner Cone
(Timken No.)
Inner Cup
Hub
Outer Cup
(Timken No.)
Outer Cone
(Timken No.)
Lug Bolt
Lug Nut
Washer
Slotted Hex Nut
Cotter Pin
12
Hub Cap
4
5
6
7
4-BOLT
(2-1/16" x 10")
f/8" x 52’-62’
& 10" x 52’-62’
1001563
1001002
106245
3079R1
(LM67048)
3148R1
**90174
40552
(LM11910)
40551
(LM11949)
106241
-106252
106250 (5/8")
D1146
(5/32" x 1-1/4")
106244
5-BOLT
(2-3/8" x 14")
f/8" x 72’
& 10" x 72’ & 82’
1003104
1001004
107233
3078R1
(LM48548)
3147R1
*1006987
3148R1
(LM67010)
3079R1
(LM67048)
-107235
107229
6360C (3/4")
107230
(5/32" x 1-3/4")
107234
*Furnished w/Cups and Lug Nuts.
**Furnished w/Cups Only.
01496A1
1028539-P12
PARTS LIST
Page P-13
HYDRAULIC CYLINDER
4” BORE x 24” STROKE
COMPLETE NO. 1004368-1
USED ON 8” x 52’
& 10” x 52’
REF.
NO.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
DESCRIPTION
Rod Clevis
Clevis Pin
Clevis Pin Clip
Port Adapter
Breather
*End Cap O-Ring
*Piston O-Ring
*Rod O-Ring
*Rod Wiper Seal
*End Cap Back-up Washers
*Piston Back-up Washers
*Rod Seal Back-up Washers
HUTCHINSON/
MAYRATH
PART NO.
1028822
1028823
1028824
1028825
1028826
MONARCH
PART NO.
492652
134953
134952
642643
110559
Seal Kit #1028827
4” BORE x 36” STROKE
COMPLETE NO. 1004369-1
USED ON 8” x 62’ & 72’
& 10” x 62’, 72’ & 82’
HUTCHINSON/
MAYRATH
PART NO.
1028822
1028823
1028824
1028825
1028826
MONARCH
PART NO.
492652
134953
134952
642643
110559
Seal Kit #1028828
*Only available as part of Seal Kit.
0400196
1028539-P13
PARTS LIST
Page P- 14
MAIN AUGER INLET
HOPPER COMPONENTS
REF.
NO.
1
PART
NO.
1011096
1017958
2
3
-4
5
6
7
7
7
8
-8
--
5/09
8371C
1013529
1013799
1010466
1004287
1011213
1013460
1013465
1025195
1012156
1024648
1027698
1035052
DESCRIPTION
PTO Drive Assembly- 14R
(See Page P-15 for parts breakdown)
PTO Drive Assembly - 35R - (10" x 82’ only)
(See Page P-16 for parts breakdown)
1/4" x 1-1/2" Square Key
Shield
3/8" Thumb Head Bolt x 3/4" long (for shield)
PTO Driveline Storage Hook
Manual Can
PTO Driveline Bracket
8" Inlet Hopper
10" Inlet Hopper (52’, 62’ & 72’ Models)
10" Inlet Hopper (82’ Model only)
U-Joint Assembly (8" Model)
U-Joint Repair Kit - (6R)
U-Joint Assembly (10" Model)
U-Joint Repair Kit (12R)
REF.
NO.
9
10
11
12
PART
NO.
1013526
1013675
1025343
1013274
12
1012163
13
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
1013422
1013423
1004738
1011572
1005443
41132
1025396
1028818
DESCRIPTION
Grease Zerk Access Cover
Rubber Washer
Gearbox Mounting Angle
8" Lower Gearbox Assembly
(See Page P-17 for parts breakdown.)
10" Lower Gearbox Assembly
(See Page P-17 for parts breakdown.)
8" Cover Plate
10" Cover Plate
Clean-out Cover
Jack Assembly
Washer 2" O.D. x 13/32" I.D.
No. 809 Woodruff Key
Spacer Bushing
Washer 1" x 13/32" I.D. x 1/4" Galv.
02818A4
1028539-P14
PARTS LIST
Page P-15
PTO DRIVELINE
MANUFACTURED BY WEASLER
TRACTOR
END
AUGER
END
NOTE: Repair parts for PTO
drivelines can also be
purchased directly from:
Weasler Engineering,Inc.
P.O. Box 558
West Bend, WI 53095
414-338-2161
REF.
NO.
-1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
DESCRIPTION
PTO Driveline, Complete
Joint & Tube Half Assembly
with Guard (Tractor End)
Inner Guard
(Includes Ref. No. 4)
Inner Safety Sign
Inner Shield Bearing Retainer
14R U-Joint Cross Repair Kit
Yoke & Ball Shear Assembly
Shear Bolt and Nut Kit f/8"
Shear Bolt and Nut Kit f/10"
Spring Lock Flange Repair Kit
Joint & Shaft Half Assembly
with Guard (Auger End)
.375 - 16 x .38 long Setscrew
End Yoke
50° CV Center Housing
Outer Shield Nylon Bearing Kit
Outer Safety Sign
Outer Guard
(Includes Ref. No. 13)
USED ON 8” & 10"
SPECIFICATIONS:
U-JOINT TYPE - 14R
AUGER END 1 1/4" BORE
WITH 1/4" KEYSEAT
TRACTOR END 1 3/8 - 6B SPLINE
CATEGORY 3 - 50°
HUTCHINSON/
MAYRATH
PART NO.
1011096
1015288
WEASLER
PART NO.
230-17956
92-17956
1011343
96-17956
13-10022
1010565
40524
1004751
1011178
1004779
1003674
1015287
13-10022
19-11104
03-10134
26-11674
(See Note A)
(See Note B)
26-10133
93-17956
33170
1011342
1011344
1010565
13-10021
1011345
11-10215
14131-1856
14191-1951
19-11104
13-10021
97-17956
.
NOTE A: Shear Bolt Kit f/8" includes (6) 3/8" - 16 x 1" long Grade 2 hex head bolts and locknuts.
NOTE B: Shear Bolt Kit f/10" includes (6) 3/8" - 16 x 1" long Grade 5 hex head bolts and locknuts.
02633A1-Q
1028539-P15
PARTS LIST
Page P- 16
PTO DRIVELINE
MANUFACTURED BY WEASLER
NOTE: Repair parts for PTO
drivelines can also be
purchased directly from:
Weasler Engineering,Inc.
P.O. Box 558
West Bend, WI 53095
414-338-2161
REF.
NO.
-1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
DESCRIPTION
PTO Driveline, Complete
Joint & Tube Half Assembly
with Guard (Tractor End)
Inner Guard
(Includes Ref. No. 4)
Inner Safety Sign
Inner Shield Bearing Retainer
35R U-Joint Cross Repair Kit
Yoke & Ball Shear Assembly
Shear Bolt and Nut Kit f/10" x 82’
Spring Lock Flange Repair Kit
Joint & Shaft Half Assembly
with Guard (Auger End)
.375 - 16 x .38 long Setscrew
End Yoke
50° CV Center Housing
Outer Shield Nylon Bearing Kit
Outer Safety Sign
Outer Guard
(Includes Ref. No. 13)
USED ON 10" x 82’ MODEL
SPECIFICATIONS:
U-JOINT TYPE - 35R
AUGER END 1-1/4" BORE
WITH 1/4" KEYSEAT
TRACTOR END 1-3/8 - 6B SPLINE
CATEGORY 3 - 50° CV
HUTCHINSON/
MAYRATH
PART NO.
1017958
1026018
WEASLER
PART NO.
240-17662
93-17662
1026019
96-17662
13-10022
1026020
1026021
1026022
1018892
1026023
1026024
13-10022
19-11105
03-10135
26-13640
(See Note A)
26-10015
93-17662
33170
1026025
1026026
1010565
13-10021
1026027
11-10215
35261-1954
35271-1880
19-11104
13-10021
H40EXT
.
NOTE A: Shear Bolt Kit f/10" includes (6) 3/8" - 16 x 1" long Grade 8 hex head bolts and locknuts.
02633A1-Q
1028539-P16
PARTS LIST
Page P-17
GEARBOX
LOWER GEARBOX MOUNTED
ON MAIN INLET HOPPER
SPECIFICATIONS:
RATIO: 1 TO 1
INPUT SHAFT - 1 1/4" DIA.
(8" SWING-AWAY AUGER)
NPUT SHAFT - 1 1/4" DIA. TO 1 1/2" DIA.
(10" SWING-AWAY AUGER)
OUTPUT SHAFT - 1 1/4" DIA.
This gearbox is purchased from
Weasler. The word “CHINA” will
be inscribed on the housing.
REF. NO.
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
Not Shown
DESCRIPTION
Case
Quill
End Cap f/Shaft
Brg. Cone #LM67048
Brg. Cup #LM67010
Spacer (.127 thick)
Snap Ring
Seal (Nat. #470163)
Shim .007 x 1.25 I.D.
Gear 68° Cut
O-Ring (3.15" O.D.)
5/16" x 3/4" Capscrew
5/16" Lockwasher
Shim .003
Shim .005
Shim .014
Seal (Nat. #471808)
Seal (Nat. #470163)
Shaft Output
Shaft Input
Square Key 1/4" x 7/8"
Washer - Grease
1/8" NPT Vented Plug
Retainer f/Snap Ring
Snap Ring
1/8" Solid Plug (NPT Pipe)
1/4" Plug (NPT Pipe)
COMPLETE PART NO. 1013274-1
USED ON 8” MODELS
COMPLETE PART NO. 1012163-1
USED ON 10” MODELS
PART NO.
1023523
1023524
1023525
3079R1
3148R1
1023533
003538
1023279
1005459
1023285
1023282
4701-1
33144
40382
40381
40380
1023278
1023279
1023530
1023531
020153
1005472
1015290
1023543
003381
035913
020009
PART NO.
1023523
1023524
1023525
3079R1
3148R1
1023533
003538
1023279
1005459
1023285
1023282
4701-1
33144
40382
40381
40380
1023278
1023279
1023530
1023532
020153
1005472
1015290
1023543
003381
035913
020009
02183A6
1028539-P17
PARTS LIST
Page P- 18
SWING-OUT HOPPER
LIFT COMPONENTS
(FOR FLEX HOPPER DESIGN)
5
9
1
10
11
9
4
3
4
3
2
6
8
7
REF.
PART
NO.
NO.
DESCRIPTION
1
1028343
Lift Arm Weldment w/Pulley
2
1004288
Hopper Lift Cable 3/16" x 26’
3
1005365
Hopper Hook w/Chain
4
5321C
3/16" Cable Clamp
5
1004275
1/2" Washer Head Pin (3 1/8" long)
6
1004266
Winch Mounting Plate (8” Model)
6
1023173
Winch Mount Weldment (10” Model)
7
1018619
Complete 1000# Brake Winch (w/handle)
(See page P-19 for parts breakdown.)
--
1018620
Handle for Winch
8
1018621
Cable to Winch Keeper
9
1007890
Pulley Clevis Plate
10
1008197
Pulley Bushing (1" O.D.)
11
1008195
Cable Pulley 3" O.D. x 1" I.D.
02641A1-P1
1028539-P18
PARTS LIST
Page P- 19
WINCH
COMPLETE WINCH
ASSEMBLY - 1018619
ITEM
PART
KIT
ITEM
NO.
DESCRIPTION
NO.
NO.
NO.
PART
KIT
DESCRIPTION
NO.
NO.
1
1/4" - 20 x 1 1/2" Hex Screw
0913-03
2
1/4" Lock Washer
2524-03
17
Pawl
1891-07
18
Washer
3
1/4" wide Flat Washer
0917-07
0904-03
19
38" x 5 1/2" Pawl Bolt
4
Handle Retainer Spacer
2045-06
1907-02
20
Frame
5
0233-07
Spring
0940-00
21
9/16" - 18 Locknut
0673-03
6
Handle
1018620
22
Bearing
2680-03
7
Reel Assembly
0488-05
23
Bushing (2)
2679-09
8
10-24 Hex Nut (2)
2706-03
24
Washer
0229-03
9
Cable Keeper
2704-03
25
Pinion Gear (3)
0776-03
10
10-24 x 5/8" Carriage Bolt (2)
2705-03
26
Pinion Shaft
1869-07
11
Front Frame Spacer
1413-08
27
Brake Back-up Plate
1878-09
12
3/8" Lock Nut (2)
1873-03
28
Brake Pad (2)
0846-06
13
3/8" x 1/2" Reel Bolt
1412-02
29
Ratchet
1906-06
14
Back Frame Spacer
1866-04
30
Cover
1915-05
15
Pawl Spring
1909-05
31
10" - 32 x 1 1/2" Cover Screw (2)
2016-03
16
Pawl Spacer
1890-05
1023169
1023170
If kit number covers a combination of part numbers, parts are
sold only by kit number.
Please order by specifying: Model Number
Name of Part or Kit
Part or Kit Number
5442-81
Repair parts ordered directly from:
Shelby Industries, Inc.
175 McDaniel Road
PO. Box 308
Shelbyvile, KY 40066-0308
Phone: 502-633-2040
FAX: 502-633-2186
03116A1
1028539-P19
PARTS LIST
Page P- 20
SWING-OUT HOPPER COMPONENTS
(FLEX HOPPER DESIGN)
REF. NO.
1
2
2A
2B
2C
3
4
5
--6
7
8
8A
9
-10
PART NO.
1028759
1027499
--1028763
1027497
54008
3029A2
6382C
1018716
1024761
1024014
--1024827
1027506
--1010333
1010334
--552445
1013714
--1024825
1027498
6303D
8379C
--1028820
1028188
1013680
1004358
1030611
--6340A
1013676
40523
54498
1013684
DESCRIPTION
Swing-out Hopper
f/8"
f/10"
Hopper Flight
f/8" (1/4" Flighting) (59-3/8" long)
f/10" (1/4" Flighting) (59-1/2" long)
Flangette for 1" Bearing
Flangette for 1-1/4" Bearing
Bearing - 1" Bore (Ball Bearing)
Bearing - 1" Bore (Wood)
Bearing - 1-1/4" Bore (Ball Bearing)
Bearing - 1-1/4" Bore (Wood)
Flight Tail Stub
f/8" (1.65" O.D. x to 1" x 7-7/8" long)
f/10" (1-1/4" x 7-3/4" long)
Lid w/Hinge
f/8"
f/10"
Bearing Stub
f/8" (1" x 7-1/4" long)
f/10" (1-1/4" x 7-1/2" long)
Bearing Hanger w/Bearing
f/8" (1" Bore)
f/10" (1-1/4" Bore)
1" Bronze Bushing only
1-1/4" Bronze Bushing only
Rubber Mat
f/8” (14’-6” long)
f/10” (15’-2” long)
Rubber Mat Strap
Rubber Wheel (8-1/4" O.D. x 5/8" Bore)
Washer 1-1/8” O.D. x 5/8” I.D.
U-Joint
f/8" (1" Bore x 5" long) (4N)
f/10" (1-1/4" Bore x 5" long) (6N)
U-Joint Cross Repair Kit (6N)
Incline Flight Tail Stub
f/8" (1" x 6" long)
f/10" (1-1/4" x 5-3/4" long)
REF. NO.
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
--
6/30
PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
Incline Tube
1010659
f/8" Standard
1010660
f/8" with Corn Screen
1027527-160
f/10" Standard
1028887-160
f/10" w/Corn Sreen
Incline Flight
1018135
f/8" (1/4" Flighting) (125-7/8" long)
1023555
f/10" (1/4" Flighting) (132-3/16" long)
Corn Screen Cover
835198
f/8"
106445
f/10"
Cover Band
835199
f/8"
106446
f/10"
Swivel Spout
1013763
f/8"
1013764
f/10"
1015281-1
Upper Gearbox
(See Page P-22 for parts breakdown)
Rubber Sleeve
1005889
f/8"
1005890
f/10"
Cover Strap
1006564
f/8"
1010261
f/10"
-Incline Flight to Tail Stub
Stub Bolt Kit
1005891
f/8"
1005892
f10"
90040
Snap Fastener for Door
1022404
10" Flight to Gearbox Bolt Kit
w/UHMW Sleeves
1028821
Control Panel Kit (accessory)
03188A1
02565A1-P4
03468A1
1028539-P20
PARTS LIST
Page P- 21
SIDE DRIVE KIT
REF. PART
NO. NO.
1
1027696
2
1013973
3
3
4
4
5
6
7
8
9
3199A1
1017967
3146A91
41051
1014031
1027665
1014030
862113
--1003211
1003212
--5033A1
5035A1
3338A1
5169B1
4049A1
3060A1
1011554
1027668
1027667
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
DESCRIPTION
.
Pin Stop Type PTO Driveline
(See Page P-23 for parts breakdown.)
Gearbox (w/1-1/2" Input Shaft)
(See page P-24 for parts breakdown.)
#60 Flex Coupler Half 1-1/4" Bore - (For 8" Models)
#80 Flex Coupler Half 1-1/4" Bore - (For 10" Models)
#60 Flex Coupler Connecting Chain - For 8" Models)
#80 Flex Coupler Connecting Chain (For 10" Models)
Support Strap
Jack Mount Bracket
Gearbox Mount
Shield f/PTO Driveline to Gearbox Connection
PTO Driveline Support
f/8" Units
f/10" Units
Half Band f/PTO Driveline Support (2" wide)
f/8" Units
f/10" Units
Retaining Pin f/PTO Driveline Support
Square Drive Key 1/4" x 1-1/4" long
Square Drive Key 3/8" x 1-1/2" long
3/8" U-bolt
Support Stand
Attachment Plate for Jack Mount Bracket
Spacer for Jack Mount Bracket
0400068
1028539-P21
PARTS LIST
Page P- 22
GEARBOX
COMPLETE PART NO. 1015281-1
UPPER GEARBOX MOUNTED
IN THE INCLINE TUBE SPOUT
(USED ON 8” & 10” GEAR DRIVE
SWING-AWAY AUGER)
OUTPUT
SHAFT
SPECIFICATIONS:
RATIO: 1.18 TO 1
INPUT SHAFT: 1-1/4” DIA.
OUTPUT SHAFT: 1-1/4” DIA.
This gearbox is purchased from
Weasler. The work “CHINA” will
be inscribed on the housing.
INPUT
SHAFT
REF.
REF.
NO.
DESCRIPTION
PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
PART NO.
1
Case
1023523
NO.
13
Shim .003
40382
2
Quill
1023524
14
Shim .005
40381
3
End Cap f/Shaft
1023525
15
Shim .014
40380
4
Brg. Cone
3079R1
16
Seal (Nat. # 471808)
1023278
5
Brg. Cup
3148R1
17
Seal (Nat. # 470163)
1023279
6
Spacer (.127 thick)
1023533
18
Shaft Output
1023529
7
Snap Ring
003538
19
Shaft Input
1023528
8
End Cap- Solid
1023526
20
Square Key 1/4" x 7/8" long
020153
9
Shim .007 x 1.25 I.D.
1005459
21
Woodruff Key #809
837029
10
Gear 68° Cut - 17 tooth
1023284
22
1/8" NPT Vented Plug
1015290
11
O-Ring (3.15" O.D.)
1023282
23
1/8" NPT Solid Plug
035913
12
5/16" x 3/4" NC Capscrew
4701-1
--
5/16" Lockwasher
33144
24
Not Shown
Gear 68° Cut - 20 tooth
1/4" Plug (NPT Pipe)
1023283
020009
02182A6
1028539-P22
PARTS LIST
Page P- 23
PTO DRIVELINE
AUGER
END
TRACTOR
END
NOTE: Repair parts for PTO
drivelines can also be purchased
directly from:
Weasler Engineering, Inc.
P.O. Box 558
West Bend, WI 53095
REF.
NO
-1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
DESCRIPTION
PTO Driveline Complete
Joint & Tube Half Assembly
with Guard (Auger End)
Roll Pin 1/4" x 1" long
Inner Safety Sign
Shield Nylon Bearing Kit
Inner Guard
(Includes Ref. No. 4)
U-Joint Cross Repair Kit
End Yoke
.375 - 16 x .38 long Setscrew
Joint & Shaft Half Assembly
with Guard (Tractor End)
Spring Lock Flange Repair Kit
Shear Bolt & Nut Kit (See Note)
Yoke & Ball Shear Assembly
Outer Guard
(Includes Ref. No. 4)
Outer Safety Sign
U-JOINT TYPE - 35R
AUGER END 1-1/2” BORE
WITH 3/8” KEYSEAT
TRACTOR END 1-3/8 - 6B SPLINE
WITH SHEAR BOLT
HUTCHINSON/
MAYRATH
PART NO.
1027696
1028781
1003691
13-10022
1028784
1028785
WEASLER
PART NO.
242-22829
92-22829
11-10454
13-10022
19-15126
96-22829
1028783
1028787
33170
1028782
03-10045
35041-1572
11-10215
93-22829
1028788
1018892
1028789
1028786
26-15120
-40-30011
97-22829
13-10021
13-10021
Note: Shear Bolt Kit includes (6) 3/8" - 16 x 1" long Grade 8 hex bolts and locknuts.
01972A3
1028539-P23
PARTS LIST
Page P- 24
GEARBOX
(Complete Part No. 1013973)
OUTPUT
SHAFT
INPUT
SHAFT
REF.
NO.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
Not Shown
Not Shown
Not Shown
QTY.
REQ’D.
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
9
1
1
PART
NO.
1006227
1006226
1014355
1014359
1014364
1014365
1006224
1014366
1014367
1014368
1014369
1006232
1006230
1006231
DESCRIPTION
Housing Casting
Housing Casting
Pinion Shaft/Gear Assembly
Cross Shaft/Gear Assembly
Bearing Cone
Bearing Cone
Bearing Cup
Bearing Cone
Seal, 1 1/2"
Seal, 1 3/8"
Retaining Ring, 1 1/2”
Bolt 3/8" NC x 2 1/4" HHCS
1/2" Pipe Plug
1/2" Vent Plug
1013973P
1028539-P24
P.O. Box 629 514 W. Crawford Clay Center, KS 67432
Phone 785-632-2161 1-800-523-6993 FAX 785-632-5964