BUDGIT INSTRUCTIONS FOR INSTALLING SUSPENSION LUGS ON BUDGIT COIL CHAIN ELECTRIC HOISTS ® 414 West Broadway Avenue P.O. Box 769 Muskegon, Michigan 49443-0769 (800) 955-5541 • FAX (800) 742-9270 ® CATALOG 905421, 905422 & 905424 SUSPENSION LUGS GENERAL BUDGIT Suspension Lugs are especially designed for Coil Chain Model BUDGIT Electric Hoists. They are used to convert existing hook suspended hoists to lug mounting. The suspension lug replaces the upper hook assembly permitting hoist to be bolted directly to overhead support in fixed hoist applications, or, attached to BUDGIT rigid trolleys for monorail installations. 11749B Three sizes of suspension lugs are available as shown in Fig. 1: Catalog 905421 is for use on 1/8 thru 1 ton capacity hoists; Catalog 905422 for 2 ton capacity hoists; and Catalog 905424 for 3 ton capacity hoists. Lugs are easily installed following the steps described herein. NOTE: These suspension lugs are not to be used with Roller Chain Model hoists. Catalog 905421 Suspension Lug for 1/8 thru 1 Ton Capacity Hoists 10235B 11750 Catalog 905422 Suspension Lug for 2 Ton Capacity Hoists Catalog 905424 Suspension Lug for 3 Ton Capacity Hoists SUSPENDING HOIST - ALL CAPACITIES 1. Stationary Lug Mounted Hoists - Select a suitable overhead support in area hoist is to be used (one capable of holding weight of hoist and its capacity load). Mount hoist using thru bolts, of appropriate size, to fit mounting holes in lug at top of hoist frame. Structure used to suspend hoist must be of sufficient strength to withstand forces to which the hoist and support may be subjected. Hoist must be aligned with load to avoid side pulls. December, 2005 2. Lug Mounted Hoists With Trolleys - The trolley sides must be adjusted to fit I-beam on which hoist will operate. This is done by rearranging the spacer washers on thru bolts which connect trolley side plates to hoist mounting lug. Follow instructions furnished with trolley. Copyright 2005, Yale•Lift-Tech division of Columbus McKinnon Corporation Part No. 113534-34 INSTRUCTIONS FOR INSTALLING CATALOG 905421 ADJUSTABLE SUSPENSION LUG 1/8 THRU 1 TON MODELS 1. Drive grooved pin from hook nut. Unscrew hook while holding nut stationary with pin punch partially inserted in pin hole of nut. Nut can be reached thru access hole in side of hoist frame, Figure 2. washer, and reassemble the lug. Do not remove the lower thrust washer located between the lower round nut and the inside of the hoist frame. This washer is thicker than the two upper washers and must be installed with the lower nut. 2. Place roll pins furnished with kit in hoist frame, driving them into the frame until they bottom in their holes. Then place locking collar (chamfer side up and set screw to the access hole side of hoist) as shown in Figure 3. 4. Drive grooved pin thru nut and suspension stud to a position flush with nut or not more than 1/8" of pin protruding. 3. Install suspension stud assembly, suspension lug, washers and round nut. (Do not use nut that was removed from hook. Use nut furnished with kit.) Suspension stud assembly should have a round nut on top pinned in place. See Figure 3. Note that two (2) thin spacer washers should be installed between the upper round nut and the suspension lug. (See Figure 11.) A dab of grease on the washer will hold the washer in place until the lower nut is started. Turn round nut on top of lug with channel lock pliers while holding lower round nut inside hoist frame with a pin punch until pin holes in suspension stud and lower round nut are lined up. If the nut cannot be installed far enough to allow the holes to line up, remove the lower round nut, and remove one (1) of the upper spacer washers. Reassemble the lug as described above. If the holes still will not line up, remove the remaining upper thrust 5. Determine whether suspension lug is to be parallel or cross mounted, Figures 4 and 5. Grooves at 90 degrees on the base of the suspension lug can be engaged by the set screw in the locking collar to hold the hoist in the cross or parallel positions. Orient the hoist as required and then tighten the set screw (using a 5/32" hex key) in the locking collar. SUSPENSION LUG DIMENSIONS 905421 Catalog 905421 1/8 thru 1 Ton Models 11761 10330A Figure 2 Figure 3 10453 Figure 4 - Cross Mounted 10450 Figure 5 - Parallel Mounted INSTRUCTIONS FOR ROTATING HOIST WITH CATALOG 905421 ADJUSTABLE SUSPENSION LUG 1/8 THRU 1 TON MODELS 1. This hoist is equipped with an adjustable lug suspension that will allow the position of the hoist, in relation to the trolley, to be changed before installation on an I-beam or while the hoist and trolley are suspended from an I-beam. No grooved pins or nuts need to be removed for adjustment. 3. Do not remove, or, attempt to remove any grooved pins or suspension nuts. When rotation is desired, lubricate the suspension stud and thrust washer with a few drops of bar and chain oil. 2. The adjustable lug is attached to the hoist frame by a suspension stud and nut assembly. A locking collar is secured to the frame by two grooved pins. With the set screw in the locking collar loosened the lug will turn on the hoist frame 360 degrees. Grooves on the base of the lug at 90 degrees each can be engaged by the set screw so the collar will hold the hoist in any one of the four cross or parallel positions. To change the hoist position loosen the set screw (using a 5/32" hex key) far enough to clear the grooves. Turn the hoist frame to the desired position and secure the set screw into the bottom of the desired groove. This will allow adjustment into any of the four positions. 12826A Figure 11 INSTRUCTIONS FOR INSTALLING CATALOG 905422 SUSPENSION LUG - 2 TON MODELS 1. Remove upper hook assembly from hoist. First remove the two hex socket head screws and lockwashers securing the hook bushing lock to the upper block, Figure 6. Pull out bushing lock and unscrew hook and bushing assembly from block. The upper block assembly is not be removed from hoist. 4. Determine whether suspension lug is to be parallel mounted on hoist or cross mounted. Align lug in selected position and install lower lock plate (provided with lug). Secure to upper bushing lock with hex socket head screw and lockwasher. 2. Install suspension lug assembly, Figure 7, on upper block in place of the hook. SUSPENSION LUG DIMENSIONS 3. Reinstall bushing lock, Figure 7, and secure with 2 hex socket head screws and lockwashers. Be certain bushing is tightened down enough so lock properly engages hex of bushing. Catalog 905422 2 Ton Models 10351 10331 Figure 6 Figure 7 Page 3 INSTRUCTIONS FOR INSTALLING CATALOG 950424 SUSPENSION LUG - 3 TON MODELS 1. Remove connecting rod pin as shown in Figure 8. Lift hanger away from hoist far enough to provide access to hook nut located under hanger. Using a drift punch, drive grooved pin thru hook nut until it hits hanger pocket. Unscrew hook while holding hook nut with drift punch partly inserted in pin hole of nut to prevent nut rotation, Figure 9. Remove hook and nut. 11751A 2. Determine whether suspension lug is to be cross mounted or parallel mounted. (See Figures 4 and 5). Place lug on hanger in desired position. Insert suspension pin through spherical washers, suspension lug and hanger as shown in Figure 10. CAUTION Figure 8 Make certain concave half of spherical washer is placed against lug. 3. Turn head of suspension pin into nut furnished with kit until grooved pin holes are aligned. (Do not use nut removed with hook). Lift lug and check clearance between lug and hanger. If clearance exceeds 1/32" (approximately), remove round nut and insert required washers above nut to obtain proper clearance when grooved pin holes line up. 4. Drive grooved pin thru nut and suspension bolt to a position flush with nut or not more than 1/8" of pin protruding. 11789 5. Reassemble hanger to connecting rod. Figure 9 SUSPENSION LUG DIMENSIONS 11790 Catalog 905424 3 Ton Models Figure 10 WARRANTY WARRANTY AND LIMITATION OF REMEDY AND LIABILITY A. Seller warrants that its products and parts, when shipped, and its work (including installation, construction and start-up), when performed, will meet applicable specifications, will be of good quality and will be free from defects in material and workmanship. All claims for defective products or parts under this warranty must be made in writing immediately upon discovery and in any event, within one (1) year from shipment of the applicable item unless Seller specifically assumes installation, construction or start-up responsibility. 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