UnivFlailShredder

UnivFlailShredder
UNIVERSAL
FLAIL SHREDDERS
Operation, & Parts Manual
For Models:
U1530, U1830 & U2030
August 2011
Form: UnivFlailShredder.indd
TABLE OF CONTENTS
SECTION
1
2
3
4
DESCRIPTION ................................................ PAGE
1.1
Introduction ....................................................................... 1
Purchaser's Responsibility .............................................. 1
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
2.6
2.7
2.8
2.9
Safety .................................................................................... 2
General Safety ................................................................. 3
Equipment Safety Guidelines ......................................... 4
Safety Training ................................................................ 5
Safety Signs ..................................................................... 5
Preparation ...................................................................... 6
Operational Safety........................................................... 6
Transport Safety .............................................................. 7
Storage Safety .................................................................. 7
Maintenance Safety ......................................................... 7
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
Set-Up & Assembly ...................................................... 8 - 11
Attaching 3-Pt. Lift Hitch ............................................... 8
Attaching Pull Hitch ....................................................... 9
Attaching 3-Pt. Hitch To Tractor .................................... 9
Setting Cutting Height.................................................. 10
PTO Attaching & Length Determination ................ 10-11
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
Operating Instructions ............................................ 12 - 13
Start Up Procedure........................................................ 12
Making Turns ................................................................ 12
Shut Down Procedure.................................................... 13
End of Season Storage ................................................... 13
Beginning of Season ...................................................... 13
5
Specifications .................................................................... 14
6
6.1
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
Maintenance ............................................................... 15 - 19
Lubrication................................................................ 15-17
Belt Tension ................................................................... 17
Belt Replacement........................................................... 18
Flail Replacement .......................................................... 18
General Maintenance .................................................... 19
7.1
7.2
7.3
7.4
7.5
7.6
Replacement Parts ................................................... 20 - 31
Ordering Parts ............................................................... 20
Main Body Universal Shredder ............................... 20-21
3-Point Lift Hitch .......................................................... 22
Pull Hitch ....................................................................... 23
Gearbox .......................................................................... 24
Flails & Mtg. Hardware ................................................ 25
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
SECTION
7
8
7.7
7.8
7.9
7.10
7.11
7.12
7.13
DESCRIPTION ................................................ PAGE
Replacement Parts ................................................... 20 - 33
Belt Tensioner Assy ....................................................... 26
Tire Arm Assy ................................................................ 27
Adjustable Swivel Legs ................................................. 28
PTO - Pull Hitch Style.............................................. 29-30
Rear Tire Arm Pivot Tube Assy .................................... 31
PTO Bondioli Lift Style ............................................ 32-33
PTO Pull Hitch .............................................................. 34
Limited Warranty ............................................................ 35
1
INTRODUCTION
This manual contains valuable information about your new Gearmore/Newhouse Flail Shredder. This unit has
been built to give you years of trouble free operation. To ensure that this machine performs to its full potential, please take the time to thoroughly read and adhere to the instructions set forth in this manual. Proper
maintenance and operation are essential to keep this machine running for its complete life expectancy. These
instructions will both keep the machine running trouble free and running safely.
It is the responsibility of the owner to make sure the machine is maintained properly, that all users of this
machine have read and are following the instructions set forth in this manual, is set up and adjusted properly
and fulfill all warranty requirements so as not to void the warranty on this product. The warranty section is
on the last page of this manual, please read this policy fully and make sure to fill out your warranty registration card.
Gearmore/Newhouse reserves the right to make improvements to the machinery and parts at any time and at
our discretion.
OPERATOR ORIENTATION - The directions left, right, front and rear, as mentioned throughout this manual,
are as seen from the driver's seat and facing in the direction of travel.
1.1
PURCHASER'S RESPONSIBILITY
It is the responsibility of the purchaser and/or operator to.....
●
Read and understand the information contained in this manual.
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Operate, lubricate, assemble and maintain the equipment in accordance with all instructions
and safety procedures in this manual.
●
Inspect the equipment and replace or repair any parts that are damaged or worn which under
continued operation would cause damage, wear to other parts, or cause a safety hazard.
●
Return the equipment or parts to the authorized dealer, from where it was purchased, for
service or replacement of defective parts that are covered by warranty. (The factory may inspect
equipment or parts before warranty claims are honored.)
●
Payment of all costs incurred by the dealer for traveling to or transporting the equipment
for warranty inspection and or claims.
NAME: ____________________________________
PURCHASED FROM: ____________________________
DATE OF PURCHASE: ___________________________
MODEL NUMBER: ______________________________
SERIAL NUMBER: ______________________________
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2
SAFETY
SAFETY ALERT SYMBOL
This Safety Alert symbol means
ATTENTION! BECOME
ALERT! YOUR SAFETY IS
INVOLVED!
The Safety Alert symbol identifies important safety messages on
the shredder and in the manual.
When you see this symbol, be alert
to the possibility of personal injury
or death. Follow the instructions
in the safety message.
Why is SAFETY important to you?
3 Big Reasons
SIGNAL WORDS:
Note the use of the signal words DANGER,
WARNING and CAUTION with the safety
messages. The appropriate signal word for
each message has been selected using the
following guide-lines:
SI NO LEE INGLES, PIDA AYUDA
A AIGUIEN QUE SI LO LEA PARA
QUE LE TRADUZCA LAS
MIDIDAS DE SEGURIDAD.
Accidents Disable and Kill
Accidents Cost
Accidents Can Be Avoided
DANGER - Indicates an imminently hazardous
situation that, if not avoided, will result
in death or serious injury. This signal
word is to be limited to the most
extreme situations typically for
machine components which, for
functional purposes, cannot be guarded.
WARNING - Indicates a potentially hazardous
situation that, if not avoided, could
result in death or serious injury, and
includes hazards that are exposed
when guards are removed. It may
also be used to alert against unsafe
practices.
CAUTION - Indicates a potentially hazardous
situation that, if not avoided, may
result in minor or moderate injury.
It may also be used to alert against
unsafe practices.
If you have any questions not answered in this manual or require additional copies or the manual is
damaged, please contact your dealer.
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2.1
GENERAL SAFETY
YOU are responsible for the SAFE operation and
maintenance of your shredder. YOU must ensure that
you and anyone else who is going to operate, maintain
or work around the shredder be familiar with the
operating and maintenance procedures and related
SAFETY information contained in this manual. This
manual will take you step-by-step through your working day and alerts you to all good safety practices that
should be adhered to while operating the shredder.
1. Read and understand the
Operator's Manual and all
safety signs before operating,
maintaining, or adjusting
the shredder.
Remember, YOU are the key to safety. Good safety
practices not only protect you, but also the people
around you. Make these practices a working part of
your safety program. Be certain that EVERYONE
operating this equipment is familiar with the recommended operating and maintenance procedures and
follows all the safety precautions. Most accidents can
be prevented. Do not risk injury or death by ignoring
good safety practices.
3. Have a fire extinguisher
available for use should
the need arise and know
how to use it.
2. Have a first-aid kit available
for use should the need arise
and know how to use it.
4. Wear appropriate protective
gear. This list includes but is
not limited to:
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•
•
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Shredder owners must give operating
instructions to operators or employees
before allowing them to operate the
machine, and at least annually there
after per OSHA (Occupational Safety and
Health Administration) regulation
1928.57.
The most important safety feature on
this equipment is a SAFE operator. It is
the operator's responsibility to read and
understand ALL Safety and Operating
instructions in the manual and to follow
these. Most accidents can be avoided.
A person who has not read and understood all operating and safety instructions
is not qualified to operate the machine.
An untrained operator exposes himself
and bystanders to possible serious injury
or death.
DO NOT modify the equipment in any
way. Unauthorized modification may impair the function and/or safety and could
affect the life of the equipment.
Think SAFETY! Work SAFELY!
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A hard hat
Protective shoes
with slip resistant
soles
Protective goggles,
glasses or face
shield
Heavy gloves
Protective clothing
5. Install and secure all guards
before starting.
6. DO NOT allow riders.
7. Wear suitable ear protection
for prolonged exposure to excessive noise.
8. Place all controls in neutral, stop tractor
engine, set park brake, remove ignition
key and wait for all moving parts to stop
before servicing, adjusting, repairing, or
unplugging.
9. Clear the area of people, especially small
children, before starting.
10. Review safety related items annually
with all personnel who will be operating
or maintaining the shredder.
2.2
EQUIPMENT SAFETY GUIDELINES
This machine causes a large amount of high speed
flying debris. It is mandatory for all operators to
be properly protected with impact resistant shielding. Gearmore/Newhouse strongly recommends
a steel expanded metal cage to be constructed to
cover the back window of the tractor to help protect
the operator from flying rocks and debris. You, the
operator, can avoid many accidents by observing
the following precautions in this section. To avoid
personal injury or death, study the following precautions and insist those working with you, or for
you, follow them. It is the owners responsibility to
provide the proper protection for any operator of
this flail shredder.
•
This equipment is dangerous to children and
persons unfamiliar with its operation. The operator should be a responsible, properly trained
and physically able person familiar with farm
machinery and trained in this equipment's
operations. If the elderly are assisting with
farm work, their physical limitations need to be
recognized and accommodated.
•
Use a tractor equipped with a Roll Over Protective Structure (ROPS) and a seat belt.
•
NEVER exceed the limits of a piece of machinery. If its ability to do a job, or to do so safely, is
in question - DON'T TRY IT.
FAILURE TO FOLLOW ALL SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS COULD RESULT IN SERIOUS
INJURY OR DEATH!
•
Do not modify the equipment in any way. Unauthorized modification may impair the function and/or safety and could affect the life of the
equipment.
•
NEVER operate shredder below 1000 PTO
RPM. Improper shredding and damage can
occur.
•
When repairing or lubricating this piece of
equipment, always shut off power before going
near the machine.
•
DO NOT use this product while using drugs or
alcoholic beverages.
•
In order to provide a better view, certain
photographs or illustrations in this manual
may show an assembly with a safety shield
removed. However, equipment should never
be operated in this condition. Keep all shields
in place. If shield removal becomes necessary
for repairs, replace the shield prior to use.
•
Replace any safety sign or instruction sign
that is not readable or is missing.
•
NEVER use alcoholic beverages or drugs
which can hinder alertness or coordination
while operating this equipment. Consult your
doctor about operating this machine while
taking prescription medications.
•
Under no circumstances should young
children be allowed to work with this
equipment. Do not allow persons to
operate or assemble this unit until they
have read this manual and have developed a thorough understanding of the
safety precautions and of how it works.
Review the safety instructions with all
users annually.
WARNING
In addition to the design and configuration of this
implement, including Safety Signs and Safety Equipment, hazard control and accident prevention are
dependent upon the awareness, concern, prudence
and proper training of personnel involved in the operation, transport, maintenance and storage of the
machine.
Always remember, safety first. This machine has
areas that cannot be shielded due to it interfering
with the operation of the machine. Always follow the
instructions in this manual and always be alert and
aware when operating this shredder. Use common
sense and safe operating practices at all times.
Think SAFETY! Work SAFELY!
Before operating your machine,
stop and read this owners manual.
Do not attempt to operate the unit
until you fully understand the
material covered in this manual.
Without the knowledge contained
in this manual, injury or death
can result.
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2.3
SAFETY TRAINING
Safety is a primary concern in the design and manufacture of our products. Unfortunately, our efforts to
provide safe equipment can be wiped out by a single
careless act of an operator or bystander.
In addition to the design and configuration of equipment, hazard control and accident prevention are
dependent upon the awareness, concern, prudence
and proper training of personnel involved in the
operation, transport, maintenance and storage of
this equipment.
It has been said, "The best safety feature is an
informed, careful operator." We ask you to be
that kind of an operator. It is
the operator's responsibility to
read and understand ALL
Safety and Operating instructions
in the manual and to follow these. Accidents can be
avoided.
Working with unfamiliar equipment can lead to
careless injuries. Read this manual, and the manual
for your tractor, before assembly or operating, to acquaint yourself with the machines. If this machine is
used by any person other than yourself, or is loaned
or rented, it is the machine owner's responsibility to
make certain that the operator, prior to operating:
a.
b.
Reads and understands the operator's
manuals.
Is instructed in safe and proper use.
2.4
Safety decals and this manual must be considered a
permanent part of your equipment. Keep safety signs
clean and legible at all times. ALWAYS observe and
follow all safety instructions on the decals. Replace
safety signs that are missing or have become illegible. Replaced parts that displayed a safety sign should
also display the current sign.
Safety signs are available from your authorized
dealer or from Gearmore.
•
DO NOT operate shredder with more than one
person on the tractor.
•
DO NOT operate close to a ditch or stream.
Drive slowly over rough ground.
•
Disengage PTO and shut off tractor before
getting out of tractor or making any adjustments
to shredder. NEVER walk or stand behind the
shredder while the rotor is in operation. ALWAYS
wait for all moving parts to come to a complete
stop before leaving the tractor or attempting to
work on the shredder.
•
DO NOT work underneath the shredder without
first blocking it up safely using sufficient and
approved stands. NEVER work on shredder
without first unhooking the PTO and properly
blocking the shredder in place.
•
NEVER use a steel hammer to install the PTO.
•
NEVER operate flail shredder lower than
recommended operating heights. ALWAYS keep
flails high enough off the ground as to not come
into contact with the ground.
•
NEVER run shredder in an "out of balance" state.
If excessive vibration is felt immediately shut
shredder down, identify and fix the problem
before operating the shredder again.
•
Engage PTO slowly to prevent damage. NEVER
engage PTO when people are close. Keep everyone
clear from shredder when starting and when
operating. Keep clear of all rotating parts,
including driveline and drive shafts. ALWAYS
make sure shields on driveline and drive shafts
rotate freely prior to engaging PTO. NEVER
allow PTO shaft to bottom out or extend too far
apart, serious damage to PTO, tractor and
gearbox can occur.
Should ownership of the equipment be transferred,
this manual must also be transferred.
Know your controls and how to stop tractor, engine
and machine quickly in an emergency. Read this
manual and the one provided with your tractor.
Train all new personnel and review instructions
frequently with existing workers. Be certain only
a properly trained and physically able person will
operate the machinery. A person who has not read
and understood all operating and safety instructions
is not qualified to operate the machine. An untrained
operator exposes himself and bystanders to possible
serious injury or death.
For any part of this manual that you do not understand, contact your dealer or Gearmore, Inc.
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SAFETY SIGNS
2.5
PREPARATION
1.
Never operate the tractor and machine until
you have read and completely understand
this manual, the Tractor Operator's Manual
and each of the Safety Messages found on
the safety signs on the tractor and shredder.
2.
Personal
protection
equipment,
including hard
hat, safety
glasses, safety
shoes and gloves
are recommended
during assembly,
installation, operation, adjustment,
maintaining, repairing, removal or moving
the implement. DO NOT allow long hair,
loose fitting clothing or jewelry to be around
equipment.
3.
PROLONGED EXPOSURE
TO LOUD NOISE MAY
CAUSE PERMANENT
HEARING LOSS!
Tractors with or without
equipment attached can
often be noisy enough to cause permanent,
partial hearing loss. We recommend that
you wear hearing protection on a full-time
basis if the noise in the Operator's position
exceeds 80db. Noise over 85db on a longterm basis can cause severe hearing loss.
Noise over 90db adjacent to the Operator
over a long-term basis may cause permanent, total hearing loss.
2.6
OPERATIONAL SAFETY
The use of this equipment is subject to certain
hazards that cannot be protected against by the
mechanical means or product design. All operators of this equipment must read and understand
this entire manual, paying particular attention
to safety and operating instructions, prior to
using. If there is something in this manual you
do not understand, ask your supervisor, or your
dealer, to explain it to you.
Most accidents occur because of neglect or carelessness. Keep all helpers and bystanders at least
several hundred feet from an operating shredder.
Only properly trained people should operate this
machine. When machine is operated in populated
areas where thrown objects could injure persons
or property, operation must be stopped when
anyone comes within several hundred feet.
Never place hands or feet under shredder with
tractor engine running or before you are sure
all motion has stopped. Stay clear of all moving
parts. Do not reach or place any part of your body
under equipment until it is blocked securely.
Do not allow riders on the shredder or tractor at
any time. There is no safe place for any riders. Do
not operate unless all personnel, livestock, and
pets are several hundred feet away to prevent
injury by thrown objects.
NOTE: Hearing loss from loud noise (from
tractors, chain saws, radios, and other such
sources close to the ear) is cumulative
over a lifetime without hope of natural
recovery.
4.
Operate only in daylight or good artificial
light.
5.
Ensure shredder is properly mounted,
adjusted and in good operating condition.
6.
Ensure that all safety shielding and
safety signs are properly installed and in
good condition.
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2.7
TRANSPORT SAFETY
1.
Comply with state and local laws governing
highway safety and movement of farm
machinery on public roads.
2.9
MAINTENANCE SAFETY
1.
Good maintenance is your responsibility.
Poor maintenance is an invitation to trouble.
2.
Follow good shop practices.
- Keep service
area clean and dry.
- Be sure electrical
outlets and tools are
properly grounded.
- Use adequate light
for the job at hand.
2.
The use of flashing amber lights is acceptable
in most localities. However, some localities prohibit their use. Local laws should be checked for
all highway lighting and marking requirements.
3.
At all times, when driving the tractor and
equipment on the road or highway under 20
mph (32 kph) use flashing amber warning lights
and a slow moving vehicle (SMV) identification
emblem. Do not exceed 20 mph (32 kph). Reduce
speed on rough roads and surfaces.
3.
Make sure there is plenty of ventilation.
Never operate an engine in a closed
building. The exhaust fumes may cause
asphyxiation.
4.
Plan your route to avoid heavy traffic.
4.
5.
Always install transport locks, pins, or brackets
before transporting.
6.
Do not drink and drive.
Before working on this machine, disengage
PTO, shut off the engine, set the brakes, and
remove the ignition key. Be certain all moving
parts on attachments have come to a complete
stop before attempting to perform maintenance.
5.
7.
Be a safe and courteous driver. Always yield to
oncoming traffic in all situations, including
narrow bridges, intersections, etc. Watch for
traffic when operating near or crossing roadways.
Never work under equipment unless it is
blocked securely. Do not allow debris, grease
or oil to build up on any deck or platform.
6.
Use personal protection devices such as eye,
hand, and hearing protectors, when performing any service or maintenance work.
7.
Where replacement parts are necessary for
periodic maintenance and servicing,
genuine factory replacement parts must be
used to restore your equipment to original
specifications. The manufacturer will not be
responsible for injuries or damages caused
by use of unapproved parts and/or
accessories.
8.
A fire extinguisher and first aid kit should be
kept readily accessible
while performing
maintenance on this
equipment
9.
Periodically tighten all bolts, nuts
and screws and check that all cotter pins are
properly installed to ensure unit is in a safe
condition.
10.
When completing a maintenance or service
function, be sure all tools, parts, and service
equipment are removed from shredder, and
make sure all safety shields and devices are
installed before placing unit in service.
8.
2.8
Never allow riders on either tractor or mower.
STORAGE SAFETY
1.
Following operation, or when unhooking the
shredder, stop the tractor, set the brakes, disengage the PTO, shut off the engine and remove the
ignition keys.
2.
Store the unit in an area away from human
activity.
3.
Do not park equipment where it can be exposed
to direct contact to livestock for long periods of
time. Damage and livestock injury could result.
4.
Make sure all parked machines are on a hard,
level surface and engage all safety devices.
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3
SET-UP & ASSEMBLY
3.1
ATTACHING 3-POINT LIFT HITCH
If your machine is set up for a fully or semi mounted hitch, it will come with a 3-point lift hitch.
This is a two person job.
• Start by making sure machine is secured on solid ground.
• Use the lift hook on the 3-point to hang it securely from a hoist or forklift (Ref. A).
• Move hitch into place and install lower 1 7⁄16" pins (Ref. B). Use washers provided to
center hitch on upper mount (Ref. C).
• Bolt upper hitch linkage in place using 1 ¼" bolt provided (Ref. D). Make sure to use
flat washers provided on each side of linkage.
• Tighten lock nut until slack in washers is gone. Make sure it is loose enough to move
freely in the slot (Ref. E)
A
B
E
D
B
C
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3.2
ATTACHING PULL HITCH
This is a two person job.
• Start by making sure machine is secured on solid ground.
• Hang hitch from a hoist or forklift using an approved lifting chain or strap.
• Position hitch in place, use 1 ¼" lower mounting pins to attach hitch to lower mounts.
Use flat washers provided to center hitch.
• Secure pins using provided lock pins.
• Next mount upper ratcheting turnbuckle or hydraulic cylinder (optional) to upper hitch
mount. Be sure to use the provided 1 ¼" to 1" bushing to take up the slack in the upper
hitch mount.
• If you have the cylinder option, run the remote hoses through the ring on the hitch to
keep the hoses out of the PTO.
3.3
ATTACHING 3-PT. HITCH TO TRACTOR
This machine is set up to hook to a Cat. 3 standard or narrow tractor with a quick attach hitch installed. If
you are hooking directly to the tractor without a quick attach unit, pay close attention to PTO length and
you may need to use a spacer to take up excess space on the lower pins.
Before attaching make sure lower 1 7⁄16" pins are installed on the 3-point hitch and the locking pins are securely in place. Make sure flat spot on 1 7⁄16" lower pins are lined up with stops on hitch, you should not be
able to spin the pin when it is correctly installed.
If you are doing a fully mounted hitch system make sure you have the upper 3-point pin installed on the
3-point hitch. If you are doing a semi mounted hitch, leave the upper pin out.
Hook tractor up, make sure all hooks and pins are fully engaged.
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3.4
SETTING CUTTING HEIGHT USING A 3-POINT HITCH
Never operate this machine with the flails closer than 3 inches off the ground. An optimal shredding
job should be capable at a 3 to 6 inch cutting height.
Make sure machine is on smooth level ground.
Raise machine until you can lift the jack stands to their highest raised position and pin the stands in
place.
Lower the shredder to the desired cutting height. Use both the 3-point hitch of the tractor and the
gauge wheels to insure that the shredder is at the correct shredding height.
Double check that the machine is level with the ground when at the desired cut height, then make sure
to lock the set nuts on all the turnbuckles.
Be sure to set maximum lift height to just high enough to make your turns without hitting
the ground. Do not raise the machine any higher than necessary.
3.5
PTO ATTACHING & LENGTH DETERMINATION
Making sure you have the proper length PTO is critical to the safe operation of this shredder. Too short
and it can come apart when lifting or ruin the splines on the PTO, too long and it can bottom out and
potentially ruin the PTO, gearbox and/or tractor PTO shaft.
It is the owners responsibility to make sure the PTO is the proper length before operating
the shredder.
PULL TYPE HITCH Be sure to liberally spray both splined ends of the PTO with a silicone based lubricant prior to attaching to the shredder or tractor. The PTO that is sent with this machine is set up to work with most tractors. The 1 ⅜" 21 spline pull type is set up for a 16" drawbar, the 1 ¾" 20 spline pull type is set up for a
21" drawbar. There is enough overlap in the PTO to allow for 2" variance in drawbar length.
Once the PTO is hooked up to the tractor, turn the tractor to the maximum turn each direction, watching the PTO carefully to make sure it has plenty of play. The PTO requires a minimum of 20% overlap
to operate properly. NEVER operate PTO with less than 20% of spline overlap, serious damage can
occur. Watch very closely to make sure the PTO has at least 2" off slip left in it at all times throughout
the turn. Never operate the shredder if the PTO has the capability of bottoming out. This will cause
serious damage to the PTO, gearbox and/or the tractor. This will not be covered by the manufacturer's warranty.
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3-POINT LIFT HITCH Be sure to liberally spray both splined ends of the PTO with a silicone based lubricant prior to attaching to the shredder or tractor.
This hitch is set up for use with a Cat. 3 tractor with a Cat. 3 quick attach hitch installed. The PTO
length should work on most tractors with a Cat. 3 quick hitch and many without one, however due
to the many different tractors out there it is impossible to make one PTO length to fit all makes and
models, therefore it is the owner's responsibility to make sure the PTO will work properly with his/her
tractor and hitch combination.
Failure to use a proper length PTO can result in serious damage to the PTO, gearbox and/or tractor.
This will not be covered by the manufacturer's warranty.
Below is a diagram showing the minimum and maximum length the PTO must stay in throughout the
full range of the 3-point lift. Take extra care checking this distance and make certain that you do not
go out of this specified range.
Proper PTO length is the responsibility of the owner, not the manufacturer. If you need a shorter or
longer PTO you can have the one sent with the machine changed by an approved driveline repair shop
at your expense and this will not void the manufacturer's warranty. Contact your dealer for an approved place.
If you do end up needing a longer or shorter PTO remember these 2 rules:
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1.
Always have a minimum of 20% overlap at the operating height.
2.
Always have at least 1" of movement even at its closest compression spot.
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
4.1
START UP PROCEDURE
Hook shredder up to tractor using instructions in
previous section. Be sure to do a walk around inspection of the machine looking for any damage to
machine, loose or missing bolts and fasteners, leaks
or any other abnormal condition.
Fix or repair anything found prior to operating machine.
Do your daily maintenance routine (see maintenance
section).
Make sure overrunning clutch is working properly
and spins freely.
Make sure PTO is hooked up correctly and that cutting height is set according to previous section. This
includes setting the max raising height to no higher
than is necessary to make your turns without hitting
the ground. Be sure to keep extra shear bolts in the
tractor at all times, always replace them as a set.
Lower machine to a couple inches higher than the
set cutting height.
Bring tractor down to an idle and engage the PTO.
Let the PTO engage fully, listen for any noises that
might indicate a problem (such as a bad bearing or
the flails hitting metal) also feel for excessive vibration.
If something is wrong shut down the machine, secure it safely, identify and fix the problem.
If no problems are detected slowly bring the machine
to full operating speed (1000 RPM on PTO).
Again feel for excessive vibration and fix any problems prior to operating the machine.
4.2
MAKING TURNS
If your machine is equipped with a pull hitch and CV
PTO then just slow down using gears and make your
turns keeping the PTO engaged.
If you are using a 3-point hitch, then lift the shredder slightly, idle down the tractor, lift machine just
high enough to make your turn, lower machine to
cutting height and bring back to full PTO RPM.
As long as you idle down and have the lift height
only high enough to make your turn it should not be
necessary to shut down the PTO. The PTO can operate at a 50° angle on the yokes as long as you are at
low RPM and the drum is not in contact with any
material (free running). Check this by having the
machine on level ground, lifting shredder to a height
that is just enough to turn without contacting the
ground, shutting down the tractor and locking out
the PTO, then taking an angle finder and checking
the angle of the PTO, if the angle exceeds 50° then
you should shut the PTO off while lifting to make
your turns.
If you shut the PTO down when you make your turns
be sure to re-engage it at an idle and with no material against the drum. Serious damage can occur if
you engage the PTO at high RPM or when material
is against the drum.
NOTE: Anytime you have the
3-pt. at maximum lift, never have
the PTO engaged or engage the
PTO. Maximum lift on a Cat. 3
tractor will exceed the recommended
operating angle of the PTO and will cause
significant damage to the PTO, gearbox and
tractor. This will not be covered by the
Manufacturer's warranty.
Lower machine to set cutting height and start shredding.
Go slowly at first and gradually raise your speed until you get a good combination of acceptable shredding and ground speed.
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4.3 SHUT DOWN PROCEDURE
Lift shredder a couple inches higher than cutting
height, bring tractor down to an idle and shut off
the PTO.
Unhook the PTO and store it inside, clean it and
grease it, spray both spline ends liberally with a silicone based lubricant.
Let the shredder drum come to a complete stop.
Put a light coating of grease on the splines of the
input shaft on the gearbox.
You can now lift the shredder to maximum 3-point
lift for transport.
When you have reached where you will store the
shredder for the night, drop the parking stands
down to their storage position and lower machine
until they are touching the ground.
Unhook the PTO from the tractor, even if you are
not disconnecting the tractor from the machine. This
will assure that the PTO is greased and checked from
smooth movement in and out prior to the next time
you operate the machine (See Maintenance section
for more details).
Clean off any dirt or material build up around the
PTO and gearbox.
Check machine for any damage, loose or missing
bolts and fasteners, broken or missing flails etc.
Fix anything found prior to operating the machine
again.
Always pay particular attention to the two shear
bolts on the PTO, keep them tight and replace them
if any visible damage is evident.
4.4 END OF SEASON STORAGE
Thoroughly clean the entire shredder.
Remove any foreign material from around all shafts
(particularly the drum shafts).
Lubricate the machine completely regardless of
schedule.
Check gearbox oil and fill to recommended level.
Paint any parts that have missing paint (this will
greatly reduce rust build up during the off season).
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Store the machine inside if possible.
4.5 BEGINNING OF SEASON
Review and follow your owner's manual.
Drain and refill the gearbox with 80-90W gearbox oil
(see maintenance section for fill procedure).
Grease machine completely (all grease points).
Check all bolts and fasteners, tighten any loose parts
and replace any missing ones.
Do a thorough inspection of the entire machine, replace any missing, worn or damaged parts.
Replace worn flails and check machine for balance,
have the machine re-balanced if necessary.
Although it is is not required, Gearmore/Newhouse
recommends replacing the center drum bearings at
least once every two seasons. As this requires partially removing the drums and because of the time
this takes, it is better to replace as a preventative
measure. Replacement of the outside drum bearings
at this time is recommended as well.
5
SPECIFICATIONS
MODEL:
U1530
U1830
U2030
Overall Width:
207"
243"
267"
Cutting Width:
180"
216"
239 ½"
Cutting Height:
3" to 10"
3" to 10"
3" to 10"
P.T.O. RPM:
1000
1000
1000
Drum RPM:
1680 Standard
2000 Optional
1680 Standard
2000 Optional
1680 Standard
2000 Optional
Number of Flails:
176
208
224
Number of Drive Belts:
12
12
12
Gearbox Rating:
280
280
280
7542#
8192#
8658#
8 ⅝" O.D. 5⁄16" Wall
8 ⅝" O.D. 5⁄16" Wall
8 ⅝" O.D. 5⁄16" Wall
2 3⁄16" Alloy
2 3⁄16" Alloy
2 3⁄16" Alloy
Approx. Weight w/o
Tire Arms
Drum Diameter/
Thickness:
Drum Shaft Diameter:
14
6
MAINTENANCE
6.1
LUBRICATION
This shredder has many grease points and as with any machine the greasing is never a "set in stone"
procedure.
The frequency of greasing has many variables such as conditions, length of time running between
breaks and environment.
Because of this the greasing intervals are just a rough guideline and may need to change depending on
each given setting.
GEARBOX:
The gearbox comes from the factory with the recommended
amount of oil. It should be checked after the first 8 hours and
then every 40 hours after. This box uses standard 80-90W gear
oil. Fill box till oil slowly drips out of lower plug hole (see picture
A). IMPORTANT: Gearbox oil should be changed once a
year.
Picture A
PTO:
The 3-point lift hitch PTO should be greased every 8 hours of operation (see picture B). Grease PTO with a couple pumps of grease
then slide the PTO in and out a few times to distribute grease.
Make sure PTO slides freely, if it cannot be slid in and out by
hand, pull the PTO apart and clean thoroughly with solvent and
check for damaged splines or bent parts, grease and re-assemble
PTO. If you still cannot slide fully in and out by hand DO NOT
USE PTO. Take it to an authorized repair shop to have it fixed.
Severe damage can be caused by using a PTO that is not operating properly. The CV PTO for the pull hitch is the same except
it has extra grease points on the CV. All grease intervals are
the same.
Picture B
CROSS JOINTS ON DRIVESHAFTS:
There are yoke and u-joint assemblies clamped onto the output
shafts of the gearbox. These are located underneath the gearbox
shield (see picture C). Each yoke assembly has one 44 series u-joint
that needs one pump of grease every 24 hours of operation.
Picture C
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6.1
LUBRICATION (Continued)
CROSS DRIVE SHAFT BEARINGS:
These bearings are the 2 bolt 2" flange bearings located between the gearbox and end plates (see picture
D) and the 2" 4 bolt lock collar bearings located at the side plates underneath the removable shield (see
picture E). These should be greased every 24 hours of operation, 1 pump per bearing.
Picture D
Picture E
BELT TENSIONER AND LINKAGE:
There are two 1" flange bearings that need a very small amount of grease every 24 hours of operation.
These bearings are located on each side of the h-frame, they hold the idler wheel onto the frame (see pictures F & G).
Picture F
Picture G
OUTER AND INSIDE DRUM BEARINGS:
Timken® roller bearings are standard equipment that
only need to be greased once every 40 hours of
operation, 2 pumps per bearing. (see picture H)
Picture H
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6.1
LUBRICATION (Continued)
REAR GAUGE WHEELS:
These shredders have available 3 different types of rear gauge wheels.
1.
2.
3.
3-Point Shredders come standard with rigid adjustable gauge wheels.
The pull type shredders come standard with rigid non-adjustable gauge wheels.
Both 3-point and pull type are available with rigid adjustable swivel gauge wheels.
RIGID ADJUSTABLE GAUGE WHEELS - have 3 grease points
(see picture I), 2 on the adjustable turnbuckle and 1 on the
pivot shaft. Grease these 3 zerks every 8 hours. The wheel
bearings should be checked every 40 hours for tension and
repacked once a season.
RIGID NON-ADJUSTABLE GAUGE
WHEELS - have no grease point. Check
wheel bearing every 40 hours for tension
and repack once a season.
Picture I
RIGID ADJUSTABLE SWIVEL GAUGE WHEELS - have 3 grease points, (Picture not shown) 2 on the adjustable turnbuckle and 1 on the pivot shaft. Grease these 3 zerks every 8 hours. The wheel and swivel
bearings should be checked every 40 hours for tension and repacked once a season.
6.2
BELT TENSION
This machine is equipped with a spring loaded belt tensioner. It will maintain proper belt tension with only
minor adjustments needed periodically. You should check belt tension after the first 8 hours of operation
and then every 24 hours of operation. To check tension measure the compression of the spring, it should be
compressed to 5 ¼" for 4 belts and 5 ⅛" for 6 belts from the edge of the spring to the outside of the washer.
Before tightening belts check them for cracks, glazing, burnt
and excessive wear. Replace belts if any of these conditions exist.
Make sure to replace the belts as a set.
NOTE: Be sure to set jam nut after tensioning spring.
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6.3
BELT REPLACEMENT
To replace belts on both 4 belt and 6 belt machines:
DANGER - Make sure machine is securely blocked into place
and the PTO shaft is unhooked from the tractor.
1. Loosen jam nut on tensioner spring bolt. Loosen
tensioner spring until no pressure is on the belts.
2. Roll each belt off one by one until all are removed.
Check sheaves for damage.
3. Replace sheaves if any visible damage is evident.
4. Spin idler wheel by hand, the wheel should spin freely,
if any roughness is evident then replace both 1" 2-bolt
flange bearings on the idler wheel.
5. Check to make sure idler wheel is square to the sheave using a straight edge. Adjust using the 4 set bolts on
the idler base plate. Be sure to lock set bolts in place using jam nuts.
6. Roll each belt onto sheaves one at a time.
7. Tighten spring down using instructions on previous page (Belt Tension), the initial spring compression is 5"
for 4 groove and 4 ⅞" for 6 groove. Switch to spring compression dimensions listed on previous page (Belt
Tension) after 8 hours of operation.
8. Roll drum by hand several times then check spring compression again, adjust if needed.
9. Lock jam nut.
6.4
FLAIL REPLACEMENT
Disconnect PTO from tractor.
Block machine up to a sufficient height as to have safe access to flails.
NOTE: Always replace flails in sets. If you replace a flail
make sure to replace the flail that is 180° apart from it.
This is to help maintain proper drum balance.
Open rear hood to get access to drum.
Unbolt Universal Flail Assembly. (Refer to page 26 for Universal Flail components)
Replace flail or flails making sure to keep bushing in place.
Replace bushing and/or bolt if worn.
Replace flails 180 degrees around using the same procedure.
Once all worn out flails are replaced, test run machine to check for vibration. If excessive vibration is evident
the drum will need to be dynamically balanced.
NOTE: When replacing flails this is an excellent time to check the inside of the machine out. Look for any
damage, including the flails, vine guards, drum, bearings, and welds. Rotate drum checking for any roughness or noise from bearings. Replace any damaged parts and weld any cracks before running machine.
Thoroughly clean out from around the bearings and drum shafts at this time.
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6.5
GENERAL MAINTENANCE
The following is a list of general things to watch for while operating this shredder. Replace or repair
anything you may find damaged before operating machine.
● Check machine daily for any visible damage. Do a thorough walk around before running the
machine for the day. If any damage is evident fix or replace as needed before operating machine.
● Spin the gearbox output shaft several times to make sure overrunning clutch is operating
smoothly.
● Always check the PTO to make sure it slides smoothly throughout its complete range of
movement.
● Check all bolts and fasteners daily, tighten or replace as needed. It is particularly important to
check bolts and fasteners over the first 24 hours of operation.
● Clean the machine often, keep material off of the gearbox and PTO. Keep areas around bearings
as clean as possible.
● Do not over grease bearings, most bearings take very little grease to run properly, over greasing
is as damaging to bearings as under greasing.
● If excessive vibration is evident, identify problem and repair immediately.
● Check bearing for damage, watch for leaking seals, replace as soon as possible. It is better to
replace a worn bearing before it completely fails.
● Check for broken or missing flails and flail mounts. Replace as soon as possible to prevent
additional damage from occurring.
● Check chain deflectors on the front of the machine daily. Replace any missing chains
immediately. The chain is 7 links of standard ⅜" proof coil chain.
● Watch for gearbox leaks. If a leak is evident, get it repaired as soon as possible. Never let
gearbox run out of oil. Never fill gearbox higher than lower plug, too much oil is as damaging
as too little.
● Check mounting pins daily for visible damage, replace immediately if damaged.
● Replace any missing shields and warning decals.
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7
PARTS
7.1
ORDERING PARTS
To order a part, you can call your local Gearmore/Newhouse dealer. Please have the model number, serial
number (serial number is on a tag close to the gearbox on the passenger side, it is also stamped into the
frame near the tag), part number of each item needed (if known) and quantity of each item.
Make sure to inspect the parts at time of receipt and immediately call your dealer if any damage is evident.
Damaged parts will only be accepted for refund if we are notified at the time of receipt of shipment.
7.2
MAIN BODY UNIVERSAL SHREDDER
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7.2
MAIN BODY UNIVERSAL SHREDDER (Parts List)
REF #
1
1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
14
14
15
15
15
16
16
16
17
17
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
29
30
31
32
21
PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
U2030-BODY
U1830-BODY
U1530-BODY
S2155080005
SHR-0889
SHR-0879
NANFL211-32
19311203
PU-6-5V-1030E
SHR-0885
NANF211-32
PU-6-5V-1600F
19331203
SHR-0884
SHR-0313
U2030-1021
U1830-1021
U1530-1021
U2030-1023
U1830-1023
U1530-1023
U2030-1022
U1830-1022
U1530-1022
U2030-0003
U1830-0003
U1530-0003
BUSH-2187E
BUSH-2000F
SHR-0871
SHR-0870
SHR-0867
SHR-7941
SHR-0861
SHR-0857
SHR-7901
5VX950
HP6253WC
SHR-0856
P38PTL
DRT-93
Body Assembly for Model U2030
Body Assembly for Model U1830
Body Assembly for Model U1530
1 to 1.25 Bondioli Box w/ or Clutch
Mounting Plate Assembly, Belt Tensioner
Shield, Universal, Driver Side, 2010
Bearing, Flange, Lock Collar, 2" 2 Bolt
Type E Timken Bearing, Flange, 2 3⁄16", 4 Bolt, W/L3 Seal
Sheave, 6 Groove 5V, 10.3" Dia.
Bearing Mount Plate Assembly, Drive Shaft
Bearing, Flange, Set Screw, 2" 2 Bolt
Sheave, 6 Groove 5V, 16" Dia.
Type E Timken Brg, Flange, 2 3⁄16", 4 Bolt, Piloted w/L3 Seal
Mount, Center Drum Bearing
U-Joint Assembly For Bondioli Gearbox
Driveshaft, U2030
Driveshaft, U1830
Driveshaft, U1530
Guard, Driveshaft, Inner, U2030
Guard, Driveshaft, Inner, U1830
Guard, Driveshaft, Inner, U1530
Guard, Driveshaft, Outer, U2030
Guard, Driveshaft, Outer, U1830
Guard, Driveshaft, Outer, U1530
Drum, U2030
Drum, U1830
Drum, U1530
Bushing 2 3⁄16" E
Bushing 2" F
Shield, Universal, Passenger Side, 2010
Skid Assembly, Driver Side, Universal 2010
Chain Deflector Assembly, Long
Deflector Belt
Skid Assembly, Passenger Side
Shield, Gearbox
Spacer, Rubber Belting
Belt, Driveline
Pin, Hitch, For Jackstand
3-Pt., Bolt Pin Assembly, UXX30
Pin, Lock, ⅜" x 1 ½"
Pin, Pull, ½" x 1 ½"
7.3
3-POINT LIFT HITCH
REF #
PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
1
2
3
4
5
6
SHR-0862
Z125X055F5
Z125G-F8
SHR-0320
SHR-0216
P38PTL
3-Point Hitch Assembly, 2011
1 ¼" UNF Gr. 5 x 5 ½"
1 ¼" NF Lock Nut
Top Linkage Mount Assembly, 3-Pt., 2009
3-Point, Pin Assembly, Cat. 3
Lock Pin, ⅜" x 1 ½"
22
7.4
PULL HITCH
REF #
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
23
PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
Z075X060C8
Z075X060C5
PPI-206V
P7915
CYLINDER-3X8
PPI-237Vr
Z075L
Z075-C5
Z075G-C8
SHR-0868
SHR-0853
P7073600
SL1541
Bolt, ¾" x 5" Grade 8 Coarse
Bolt, ¾" x 6 ½" Grade 5 Coarse
Clevis, Cat. 3, For #PPI-237Vr
Clip For P7073600
Hydraulic Cylinder 3" Bore x 8" Stroke
Implement Hitch, Cat. 3
Lock Washer, ¾"
Nut ¾" Grade 5 Coarse
Nut, ¾" Grade 9 Coarse, Lock Nut
Pull Hitch Assembly, Universal 2011
Pull Hitch Bolt Pin Assembly UXX30
Tie Rod Pin
Turnbuckle, Ratcheting
7.5 GEARBOX
REF #
QTY.
PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
8
8
1
1
2
1
1
12
2
1
1
3
1
5
1
290291303
295383803
295389906
298405005
298405025
298625400
298700013
310001100
335009000
337000072
339000050
339000090
340E05000
340I09000
351011370
354400050
354401050
354405050
355020050
373007000
373010000
448125702
Gearbox
2150 Gearbox XY-Shaft 1-3/4Z20
Shaft
Spacer
2155 Gearbox Spacer 50.2 x 60.3 x 4
2150 Gearbox Housing Cover
Plug
Screw
Washer
Circlip
Snap Ring E.50 DIN 471
Snap Ring I.90 x 4.0 DIN 472/2
Ring
Ring
2100 Gearbox RL Spring
Tapered TR Bearing 50 x 90 x 21.75 30210
TR Bearing 50 x 90 x 24.75 32210
TR Bearing 50 x 110 x 29.25 30310
Oil Seal 50 x 90 x 10
Breather Plug ⅜" BSPT
Oil Plug ⅜" BST (GAS) DIN906
Bevel Gear
24
7.6 FLAILS & MOUNTING HARDWARE FOR UNIVERSAL DRUMS
REF #
PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
1
2
2
3
4
5
6
7
6024-714
6021-601
6021-601TK
062X035C5
Z062H
CD2175
Z062G-C8
062X020C5
U-Clip, Flail Hanger
Flail, Angled Knife, Plain
Flail, Angles Knife, Hard Faced
⅝" x 3 ½" UNC Gr. 5 Bolt, Black
⅝" Washer, Grade 8 SAE Style
Pivot Bushing, Flail Set, For ⅝" Bolt
⅝" UNI Lock Nut
⅝" x 2" UNC Grade 5 Bolt, Black
25
7.7 BELT TENSIONER ASSEMBLY
REF #
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
SHR-0891
SHR-0887
SHR-0892
SHR-7979
SHR-7980
B25724
SHR-0893
SHR-0890
SBLF-205-16??
Bell Crank Assembly, Belt Tensioner, Drivers Side
Belt Tensioner Assembly UXX30
Belt Tensioner Bolt Assembly
Belt Tensioner Pivot Mount Short
Belt Tensioner Spring Sleeve
Compression Spring For Big Chopper and Shredder
Spring Tensioner Clip Assembly
Tensioner Wheel Assembly
??? Set Screw Ductile Flange Bearing
26
7.8 TIRE ARM ASSEMBLY LH & RH SHR-0898
REF #
1
2
3
4
5
6
27
PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
SHR-7906
HUB-????
SHR-7907
COL-225
SHR-7908
SHR-7909
Wheel Leg, Universal Shredder
Hub & Lug 2 ¼" Shaft
Tire Arm Plate, Universal Shredder 2010
2 ¼" Set Collar
Tire Arm Plate Retaining Rod
Tire Arm Plate Retaining Washer
7.9 ADJUSTABLE SWIVEL LEGS
REF #
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
SHR-0306
SHR-0302
SHR-0303
BR32H
SHR-0307
SHR-0305
P71051C
LM104949
LM104912
CR24954
SHR-2223
UBFT34X4X6
P7915
P7073600
SL153
RP24-20
Crazy Wheel Leg Assembly
Crazy Leg Assembly
Bearing Cover Assembly
Machine Washer, 2" Heavy
Crazy Wheel Mount Assembly
Pivot Shaft Assembly
Pin, 1" x 4 ¼"
Timken Bearing
Race
Seal
Wheel Lock
¾" Flat Top U-Bolt 4" C-C X 6" I.D. UNF
Clip For P7073600
Tie Rod Pin
Turn Buckle
⅜" x 2 ½" Roll Pin
28
7.10 PTO BONDIOLI PULL HITCH STYLE - 1 ¾" 20 SPLINE & 1 ⅜" 21 SPLINE
Clean and grease PTO daily. Always check to make sure PTO slips in and out by hand. Never operate PTO if it does
not slip freely and has a complete range of motion. Never let PTO bottom out and never let PTO operate under load
with less than 20% of spline overlap.
29
7.10 PTO BONDIOLI PULL HITCH STYLE - 1 ¾" 20 SPLINE & 1 ⅜" 21 SPLINE
REF #
1
1
2
5
6
8
12
13
16
17
21
22
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
34
40
48
49
50
51
71
72
73
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
5730L3884
5730L3784
4120L0051R20
2150L6867
5110L0063
341103000R10
2253X0935
2453V0950
341042000R10
2040L6865
6060L3810R
4120L0012R24
2190L0121
2550G0001R02
2550L0023R02
310001431R30
5TWN1H8111U
5MWN1H8111U
2190L0201
2550G0002R02
310001428R30
252000101R02
399143000
399141000
399USA011
435000420R
348017000R20
408000052R02
432000124R05
CH8R11100WROEWS
CH8R111991S71WS
CH8R111U2WROEWS
CH8R111U21S71WS
5EH8111U2WS
5IH8111U2WS
5CH8111U2WS
Yoke Pull Style PTO 1 ¾" 20 Spline
Yoke Pull Style PTO 1 ⅜" 21 Spline
Cross Journal Pull Style PTO
Yoke Pull Style PTO
Central Body CV Joint
Roll Pin
Cardan Tube Pull Style PTO
Cardan Tube Pull Style PTO
Roll Pin
Yoke
Yoke
Cross Journal
Shield Cone
Shield Bearing
Collar
Self-Tapping Screw
Cone
Cone
Shield Cone
Shield Bearing
Nut
Chain Latch
Danger Label - Outer Drive Tube
Dander Label - Outer Shield
Manual
Ball Collar Kit 1 ¾" GO-RT 20 Spline
Grease Fitting M6 x 1 Straight
Taper Pin 16 x 72 x M14 w/Nut & Washer
Bolt - Nut M12 x 55 CL 8.8 Pkg - 5
Outer Half Shaft
Inner Half Shaft
Outer Half Shaft
Inner Half Shield
Outer Shield Kit
Inner Shield Kit
Shield Kit
Clean and grease PTO daily. Always check to make sure PTO slips in and out by hand. Never operate PTO if it does
not slip freely and has a complete range of motion. Never let PTO bottom out and never let PTO operate under load
with less than 20% of spline overlap.
30
7.11 REAR TIRE ARM PIVOT TUBE ASSEMBLY
REF #
1
1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
31
PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
U2030-0002
U1830-0002
U1530-0002
SHR-0877
SHR-0878
SHR-0896
GFI-4447-32
SHR-7764
BLT-100X600GC5
Z100G-C5
Rear Pivot Tube Assembly U2030
Rear Pivot Tube Assembly U1830
Rear Pivot Tube Assembly U1530
Bell Crank Assembly, Pass. Side
Bell Crank Assembly, Drivers Side
Pivot Assembly, Rear Pivot Tube UXX30
Composite Pivot Bushing
Spacer Bushing, UHMW
1" x 6" Gr. 5 Shear Bolt, Trim to Fit
1" UNC Lock Nut
7.12 PTO BONDIOLI LIFT STYLE - 1 ¾" 20 SPLINE & 1 ⅜" 21 SPLINE
Clean and grease PTO daily. Always check to make sure PTO slips in and out by hand. Never operate PTO if it does
not slip freely and has a complete range of motion. Never let PTO bottom out and never let PTO operate under load
with less than 20% of spline overlap.
32
7.12 PTO BONDIOLI LIFT STYLE - 1 ¾" 20 SPLINE & 1 ⅜" 21 SPLINE
REF #
1
1
2
5
13
14
16
17
21
25
26
28
29
30
32
40
48
49
50
51
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
5720L3855
5720L3755
4120L0012R24
2150L6867
2253V0580
50CH80545
341042000R10
2040L6865
6060L3810R
2190L0201
2550G0001R02
310001431R30
5TNN1H8066U
5MNN1H8066U
2550G0002R02
252000101R02
399143000
399141000
399USA011
435000419R
CH8L06600R10ESS
CH8L066001S71SS
CH8L066U2R10ESS
CH8L066U21S71SS
5EH8066U2SS
5IH8066U2SS
5CH8066U2SS
Yoke Lift Style PTO 1 ¾" 20 Spline
Yoke Lift Style PTO 1 ⅜" 21 Spline
Cross Journal Lift Style PTO
Yoke Pull Style PTO
Cardan Tube Lift Style PTO
Profile Tube "Maximum Extension" Lift Style PTO
Roll Pin
Yoke
Yoke
Shield Cone
Shield Bearing
Self-Tapping Screw
Cone
Cone
Shield Bearing
Chain Latch
Danger Label - Outer Drive Tube
Dander Label - Outer Shield
Manual
Ball Collar Kit 1 ¾" S8/S9-RT 20 Spline
Outer Half Shaft
Inner Half Shaft
Outer Half Shaft
Inner Half Shield
Outer Shield Kit
Inner Shield Kit
Shield Kit
Clean and grease PTO daily. Always check to make sure PTO slips in and out by hand. Never operate PTO if it does
not slip freely and has a complete range of motion. Never let PTO bottom out and never let PTO operate under load
with less than 20% of spline overlap.
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7.13 PTO PULL HITCH - 1 ¾" 20 SPLINE & 1 ⅜" 21 SPLINE
REF #
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2
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PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
912-5579
107-5520
107-5521
55-5556
201-5556
10105500
404-2720
503-3500
DOM-2500X2250
701-5500
3-0045
40-10029
SHR-0169
SHR-0170
Shield Assembly For CV Style PTO
1 ¾" 20 Spline Tractor End CV Yoke
1 ⅜" 21 Spline Tractor End CV Yoke
CV Assembly, No Crosses
55 Series CV Cross Joint
Weld On Spline Yoke, CV Style, Comes w/Part #404-2720
Splined PTO Shafting 30"
Splined Weld On Slip Sleeve
PTO Tubing (Specify length needed when ordering)
Weld On Tube Yoke
55 Series Cross Joint
Ball Shear Yoke, Snap On Style w/Two 7⁄16" x 1" Shear Bolts
1 ⅜" PTO Assembly With CV, Complete, 2009+
1 ¾" PTO Assembly With CV, Complete, 2009+
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LIMITED WARRANTY
GEARMORE, INC./NEWHOUSE MFG., equipment is manufactured, tested, and inspected before shipment to purchaser, and is warranted to the original purchaser of the equipment to be free from defects and workmanship when
properly set up and operated in accordance with the instructions set forth in the owners manual for one (1) year from
the date of delivery.
Under this warranty we are obligated to replace or repair any equipment that is deemed, by us, to be of manufacturers
defects in material or workmanship under normal use and service during the one-year warranty period. We will only
warranty parts that are pre-approved by us and are repaired or replaced by an authorized dealer. Under no circumstances is Gearmore/Newhouse to be held liable for any consequential damages (including but not limited to crop and
livestock loss or damages). Any loss, damages, or expenses incurred from installation of equipment material defect,
or defect in workmanship is not covered under this warranty.
A Warranty Registration Form must be filled out and returned to us to validate any warranty claims. All new equipment
should have this form with the owners manual.
LIMITATIONS OF WARRANTY
All the following is excluded from warranty:
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5.
6.
7.
8.
Gearmore/Newhouse equipment that has been modified without expressed written
consent from us.
Damage from unreasonable use, including neglect of regular maintenance.
All components on equipment that are not manufactured or altered by us.
Parts not supplied by us.
Certain components that require replacement under normal wear and tear, determination
of which components fit this requirement is at the discretion of Gearmore/Newhouse.
Any consequential damages from breach of this or any other warranty expressed or implied
whatsoever.
Damage caused from running a flail shredder drum in an "out of balance" state, including
but not limited to bearing failure, stress cracks, driveline failure and the failure of fasteners.
Failures caused from running the machine beyond the factory limits.
Gearmore/Newhouse may elect, at its discretion, to have a factory representative come out and inspect the condition
of the machine before warranty is considered.
Warranty Service Requests:
A warranty claim form must be obtained, filled out and returned to us before a warranty can be accepted. All parts must
be returned to us for inspection prior to warranty being accepted. This warranty does not include freight or delivery
charges incurred when returning machinery or parts for servicing and/or inspection. Dealer mileage, service calls and
pick-up/delivery charges are the customer's responsibility.
For warranty work or questions regarding warranty coverage contact us. Shipping of warranty work to us must be
prepaid by the sender and will not be accepted if otherwise. All warranty and repair work should be sent to us.
EXCLUSIONS:
Except as otherwise expressly stated herein, Gearmore/Newhouse makes no representation or warranty of any kind,
expressed or implied and makes no warranty of merchantability in respect to its machinery and makes no warranty
that its machinery are fit for any particular purpose. Gearmore/Newhouse shall not be liable for any incidental or
consequential damages for any breach of warranty, including but not limited to inconvenience, rental or replacement
equipment, loss of profits or other commercial loss. Upon purchase the buyer assumes all liability, all personal injury
and property damage resulting from the handling, possession or use of goods by the buyer.
No agent, employee or representative of Gearmore/Newhouse has any authority to bind us to any affirmation, representation or warranty concerning its machinery except as specifically set forth herein.
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