Multivator Manual Model FL-FLA
ROW CROP CULTIVATOR
OPERATOR’S MANUAL & PARTS LIST
MODELS: FL, FLA
10784 INDUSTRIAL PARKWAY
MARYSVILLE, OH 43040
614.873.4620
www.forddistributing.com
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
READ THIS OPERATOR’S MANUAL CAREFULLY! Read and understand these
safety precautions before operating the Multivator. Only responsible
properly trained individuals should be allowed to operate the machine. The
operator should be familiar with the controls, all safety precautions and all
potential hazards.
Never allow children to operate the Multivator. Do not permit anyone to
ride on the Multivator. Do not carry riders on the tractor.
OPERATION
1. Follow all safety decals on the machine. Keep them clean and replace
them if they become worn and hard to read.
2. Never leave tractor or Multivator unit running unattended.
3. Do not modify the machine in any way unless authorized by Ford
Distributing, Inc. Unauthorized modifications to the machine could
result in machine damage and/or personal injury.
4. Keep the operating area clear of all persons – particularly small
children and pets. Inspect the operating area before using the
Multivator and remove any obstacles which could damage the
machine, or become entangled in the blades.
5. Use only attachments or accessories designed for your Multivator.
6. Do not operate the Multivator without all guards, shields and other
safety devices correctly installed.
7. Never use an unshielded PTO shaft, and always attach the shield
retainer chain to the tractor or Multivator.
8. Do not allow bystanders behind the Multivator when in operation.
Rocks may be thrown to the rear.
9. Do not operate the universal drive joint at an angle greater than 35˚,
or vibration and damage could result.
10. Do not till across the face of slopes. Use extreme caution when
turning on slopes.
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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
11. Operate the Multivator only when you have good visibility. Make
sure your feet are properly placed on the footrests and keep a firm
grip on the steering wheel.
12. Be careful not to touch tractor or Multivator parts which may be hot
from operation. Allow parts to cool first.
13. Whenever leaving the tractor and Multivator unattended, disengage
the PTO, shift into neutral, set the parking brake, lower the
machine, stop the engine and remove the ignition key.
14. Always disengage power to the Multivator when transporting or
when not in use.
MAINTENANCE AND STORAGE
1. Never adjust, clean, repair or grease the Multivator or tractor with the
tractor enging running. Stop the engine, disengage the PTO and
remove the ignition key whenever you are not at the operating
controls.
2. Do not crawl under the Multivator when it is in a raised position.
Never rely on tractor hydraulics to hold the machine in a raised
position. Always provide support with blocks before adjusting,
cleaning, repairing or greasing the machine.
3. Check tightness of bolts, nuts, spring pins and clip pins frequently to
ensure a safe working condition.
4. Follow the daily lubrication and periodic maintenance procedures as
described in the Operator’s Manual.
5. When storing the Multivator, make sure it is securely blocked in a
safe, level position.
6. Follow proper maintenance and repair schedules to keep unit in safe
working order.
7. Always use proper protective equipment when working on unit.
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SPECIFICATIONS
POWER RANGE
FL/FLA : 15-50 PTO Horsepower
TRACTOR REQUIREMENTS
540 RPM standard rotation PTO
Category I or II three point hitch
TRANSMISSION
By shielded PTO shaft assembly to single speed gearbox for use with
540 RPM tractor PTO.
Friction disc slip clutch is available for extremely rugged or stony
conditions.
Input shaft on Multivator gearbox is 1-3/8” 6 spline.
FINAL DRIVE
Power to rotor and blades is by heavy duty roller chain in sealed oil bath
drive case assembly.
FL/FLA uses 60H (12B) equivalent chain
ROTOR AND BLADES
Multivator heads are equipped with four blades per flange. Blades are
forged from chrome alloy steel, heat treated and shaped to take
minimum power with maximum tillage ability.
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SPECIFICATIONS
DEPTH CONTROL
The frame height is controlled by front mounted gauge wheels. Depth is
controlled by adjusting the gauge wheel height via the screw jack
assembly.
Spring tension on the tillage heads provides positive down pressure to
keep tillage heads at maximum depth while allowing the heads to float
over undulations and stones. In hard soil conditions, spring tension may
be increased to provide more down pressure. In stony conditions spring
tension may be eased to allow for more flotation.
GROUND SPEED
Ground speed is governed by power and soil conditions. Hard ground
will require lower travel speeds to maintain smooth operation. Good
ground conditions with reasonable moisture will allow travel speeds of
4-5 mph. Light ground conditions, shallow cultivation or a second pass
will allow travel speeds of 5-6 mph.
OPTIONAL FERTILIZER KIT
Dry
40”
60”
80”
granular fertilizer capacities:
hopper – approximately 350 lbs.
hopper – approximately 500 lbs.
hopper – approximately 650 lbs.
Sufficient downspouts are provided to allow for multiple row
requirements. Fertilizer drive is by 2 V-belts and 3 pulleys. Drive pulley
is mounted to same hexagonal shaft which power tillage heads.
ROTOR SPEEDS AT 540 RPM PTO SPEED
FL/FLA
368 RPM
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TECHNICAL INFORMATION
MACHINE DESCRIPTION
A. Toolbar
B. Hex Drive Shaft
C. Tillage Heads
D. Gearbox
E. Three Point Hitch
F. Gauge Wheels
G. PTO Shaft
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TECHNICAL INFORMATION
MACHINE DESCRIPTION
Steering Guide
Ridger Assembly
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TECHNICAL INFORMATION
BLADE CONFIGURATION FL & FLA
REFERENCE
PART NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
B
C
2
2
3
3
Z
410160002
410160003
410252002
410254002
410252003
410254003
310070001
Narrow Center Shield
Wide Center Shield
Narrow Side Shield R.H.
Narrow Side Shield L.H.
Wide Side Shield R.H.
Wide Side Shield L.H.
Extension Shield
**Not pictured: extra narrow center shield – 410160001; right hand extra
narrow shield – 410252001; left hand extra narrow shield – 410254001.
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TECHNICAL INFORMATION
MOUNTING MACHINE TO TRACTOR
1. Ensure that the tractor PTO is set for 540 rpm.
2. Stabilizers must be used on 3 point hitch arms to limit side sway.
3. A lift stop must be fitted to the hydraulic lift lever to prevent over
lifting of the Multivator while in operation.
When lifting the Multivator during normal operation, ground clearance
of 6-8” under the blades is completely adequate. Under no
circumstances should the Multivator be raised to the point where
damage to the universal joints on the PTO shaft occurs.
Never operate the machine with the universal joints at an angle
greater than 35˚. Excessive wear and damage will result!
4. Back the tractor up to the hitching points on the Multivator. Stop a
few inches away and set the tractor hitch arms to the height of the
Multivator hitch pins. Shut off the tractor engine.
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TECHNICAL INFORMATION
5. Remove the split pins (A). Roll Multivator into position and insert the
hitch arms (B) into the pins (C). Reinsert split pins (A) to lock pins
into position. If machine is equipped with removable hitch pins, pins
must be removed before fitting the tractor arms into position.
6. Position tie rod (E) as shown above. Connect tie rod to machine from
tractor’s third point. Rotate adjustment handle (F) in either direction
until machine is in a level position. Adjust the tractor top (E) link so
that the Multivator frame is tilted to the rear approximately 5˚ from
vertical. This ensures that the leading edge of the tiller shield is
higher than the trailing edge and will not plow into the ground. Make
this adjustment with the machine resting on the ground.
7. Connect the PTO shaft assembly (G) to the Multivator gearbox input
shaft (H). Connect the other end of the PTO shaft assembly to the
tractor PTO shaft. Ensure that the quick disconnect pins snap into
place on both shafts.
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At this point you may have determined that the PTO shaft assembly
needs to be shortened. If you can connect the PTO shaft to the tractor and
Multivator without shortening it, you must ensure that the PTO shaft will
not bottom out during operation. This may occur when raising or lowering
the Multivator. If the shaft bottoms out during operation damage may
occur to the PTO shaft assembly, Multivator gearbox and the tractor PTO.
TECHNICAL INFORMATION
Following are 2 techniques for measuring for the correct length of PTO
shaft:
a. With the Multivator attached to the tractor, measure the horizontal
distance from the input shaft on the gearbox to the tractor PTO shaft.
Place the fully closed PTO shaft assembly on the ground and measure
its overall length. If the PTO shaft assembly is shorter than the
distance between the tractor PTO shaft and gearbox then you should
not have to shorten it. If it is longer, then subtract the shorter
measurement from the longer measurement. Add 1” to the difference.
The result is the excess length that will need to be removed from
each half of the PTO shaft assembly.
b. With the Multivator attached to the tractor, separate the PTO shaft
assembly into two halves and attach one half to the tractor and one
half to the Multivator. Hold each half alongside each other and
determine the excess length of each half of the PTO shaft assembly.
PROCEDURE FOR CUTTING THE PTO SHAFT:
a. Separate the PTO shaft into two halves.
b. Using the measurement obtained above, shorten the plastic guarding
using a hack saw.
c. Using a chop saw, or a hack saw, shorten the steel profile tube by the
same amount.
d. Cut each half of the PTO shaft.
e. De-burr the profile tubes.
f. Grease and reassemble the PTO shaft.
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OPERATION
PRE-WORK INSPECTION
Before using your Multivator, perform the following checks and services
each day. (See Maintenance section for further details.)
1. Check gearbox for sufficient oil. If oil is to be added, use SAE
140 EP gear oil.
2. Grease the PTO shaft sliding sections and universal joints.
3. Grease the gauge wheel axles.
4. Remove any trash or material wrapped around the rotor or the
rotor bearing covers.
5. Check for loose blades. Tighten any blade bolts as necessary.
Loose blade bolts can lead to broken blades.
6. Check all bolts on machine for tightness.
SETTING DEPTH
Cultivation depth is controlled by raising or lowering the gauge wheels on
the front of the tool bar. With the Multivator attached to the tractor, and
with the blades resting on the ground, raise the gauge wheels to the
desired cultivation depth. Typically, this will be between 1” and 4” deep.
WORKING
Start the tractor engine and lift the Multivator clear of the ground. Six to
eight inches should be sufficient height to lift the machine. Proceed to the
work site and position the tractor for the first run.
Engage the tractor PTO, select a low gear, and move ahead slowly lowering
the Multivator into the ground. Use at least ¾ throttle when starting and
increase to rated engine speed at 540 PTO rpm as the Multivator sets into
the soil.
The Flow Rate Control Knob for the tractor hydraulics may need to be set
to the “Slow” position to ensure gentle lowering of the machine into the
gound. Also make sure that the three point hitch is set in the “Float”
position.
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OPERATION
After a short working distance, stop the tractor and check your work to see
that desired results are being obtained.
RUNNING IN
For the first 10 hours of operation, run the Multivator easily. Do not allow
the Multivator to lug the tractor down. Check the temperature of the
gearbox and chaincase units to ensure that they are not operating at
excessive heat levels. High temperatures can be an indication of a potential
problem with a component, low oil levels, or possibly an assembly
problem.
GROUND SPEED
Ground speed is governed by power and soil conditions. Hard ground will
require lower travel speeds to maintain smooth operation. Good ground
conditions with reasonable moisture will allow speeds of 4-5 mph. Light
ground conditions, shallow cultivation, or a second pass will allow travel
speeds of 5-6 mph.
ENGINE RPM
Try to operate at the rated engine speed to achieve 540 RPM PTO speed.
Allowing the tractor to lug down continuously can result in damage to the
tractor and the Multivator.
SOIL TILTH CONTROL
Tilth is governed by forward speed and engine RPM. Slower forward speeds
will give the finest possible finish. Higher forward speeds will give a
cloddier or rougher finish.
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OPERATION
HEADLAND PROCEDURE
Each time the headland is reached, lift the machine clear of the ground (6”
to 8” maximum). With the blades rotating, turn the tractor for the next
pass, and slowly lower the machine into the ground.
DO NOT TURN THE TRACTOR WITH THE MULTIVATOR IN THE GROUND!
WORKING LIMITATIONS
It is very important that the Multivator be used in conditions that will not
obviously damage the machine. The Multivator has the ability to handle
small stones and other obstacles by “walking over” these obstacles and
kicking them out behind the machine. The forward rotating blades, and
free floating heads, allow for this action to occur.
Extremely rugged conditions will cause excessive wear and tear on blades,
shielding, and working components of the machine, requiring more
operator maintenance.
If the blades do not penetrate the soil easily, and you can not obtain more
than 1” depth on a first pass with wheels clear of the ground, conditions
may be too dry and hard. Continued use of the Multivator in such
conditions will cause excessive wear on the drive train and will void any
warranty consideration.
If considerable vibration, jumping, and shock loading is apparent, then the
conditions are not suitable to work in.
If these conditions are unavoidable, then please adhere to the following
guidelines:
•
•
•
•
•
Try to irrigate, or wait until adequate soil moisture is present
Use another tillage tool, such as a chisel shank or V-ripper, to relieve
compaction before using the Multivator
Relieve spring tension on the tiller heads to allow them to float more
easily over obstacles
Fit a safety clutch to the PTO drive line
Increase the frequency of machine inspections during operation
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OPERATION
•
Be attentive to the machine and any potential problems, particularly
loose blade bolts, broken blades, and high fluid temperatures in the
gearbox and chaincases
ABRASIVE SOILS
Use in very abrasive soils will significantly reduce blade life. These soils
are sandy or gravelly in nature.
Additional care should be taken to inspect the chaincase skid at regular
intervals. The chaincase skid provides important protection to the
chaincase, as well as eliminating the center untilled strip. The chaincase
skid must be replaced when it is worn out.
Optional chaincase wearing shoes are available from the manufacturer.
These wearing shoes bolt to the underside of the chaincase and provide
an additional wearing surface. They may provide additional protection in
very abrasive conditions.
HEAVY TRASH CONDITIONS
In very tall weed growth, tough grass tilling, corn residue, stalky or vine
type weeds, care should be taken to avoid excessive weed wrap on the
blades and rotors. After using the Multivator, clean any residue from the
tilling blades, particularly between the inner blade flanges and the
chaincase.
If trash buildup is occurring on the shields, reposition the shields so
they are angled down in the back and up in the front. This is
accomplished by repositioning the brackets to which the shields are
mounted.
If trash buildup is occurring on the center sweep, it may be necessary to
remove the “wings” from the center sweep with a torch. The center
sweep will then slice through the soil and trash. However, it should be
remembered that removing the wings from the center sweep will reduce
the effectiveness of the sweep for weed removal.
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MAINTENANCE
DAILY
Blades (A)
Blade bolts, rotor bolts, flange
bolts, shield bolts, clamp plate
nuts
PTO universal joint bearings
(B)
Wheel bearings (E)
Check for loose bolts and retighten.
Check for loose bolts and retighten.
Grease universal joints and sliding sections of PTO
shaft with quality grease.
Grease with quality grease.
WEEKLY
Gearbox (C)
Check oil level. Refill if necessary with SAE140EP.
PTO shaft
Clean shaft and check bearings.
Complete Machine
Clean machine for thorough inspection. Check all
miscellaneous bolts and nuts to ensure tightness.
Check wearing skids and replace any worn skids as
necessary.
Chaincase
**After initial running period, (approximately 25 hours) drain the
gearbox oil and replace. Some discoloration of the oil is normal.
**On a monthly basis check the oil level in all chaincases. Remove fill
plug to access oil level. Refill all that are necessary with SAE90 gear oil.
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MAINTENANCE
CHAIN ADJUSTMENT
On models FL and FLA an automatic chain tensioner is supplied which
eliminates the need for manual chain adjustement.
CHAINCASE LUBRICATION
Each chaincase is supplied fully lubricated. Over time, lubricant will need
to be replaced, and periodically the chaincase may need to be
completely flushed and refilled.
Adding lubricant is done through the breather – fill plug located on the
side of the chaincase. Chaincases should be filled approximately 1/3 full
with good quality SAE90 gear oil. If too much oil is added to the
chaincase you will notice oil escaping from the breather plug in a fine
mist.
Another method of lubricating the chaincase is to pack the case
completely with grease. This can be done when renovating old
chaincases with worn components, as the grease helps to seal the
chaincase from dirt.
ROTOR MAINTENANCE
Remove flanges and draw bolt(s) on a yearly basis, preferably before
the initial use for the season. Remove all foreign debris that has
accumulated on flanges, blades, rotor, and dust covers. Inspect all
flanges, draw bolts, metal dust covers, and oil seals. Replace any and all
items with excessive wear. Be sure that oil seals are intact and not
leaking chaincase oil.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
PROBLEM
PTO shaft vibrates or chatters
Gearbox noise is noticeable or
constant.
Intermittent clicking noise from
rotors, chaincase or gearbox.
Slapping noise from chaincase
Hex drive shaft is rotating but
blades are not.
Burning smell, or signs of
excessive heat.
Blades won’t penetrate average
soil conditions
Machine skips or does not cut all
weed residue.
Machine vibrates while tilling
DIAGNOSIS
Check for worn cross and bearing kits. Pay attention
to lift height when machine is in use. Lifting
machine too high puts the PTO at angles causing
premature wear.
Check oil level in gearbox. Make sure nothing is
obstructing moving components tied to gearbox.
Check for loose blades. If noise persists check
gearbox for damage to pinion gear or ring gear
teeth. Clicking noises inside chaincase can indicate
a worn chain skid. Replace as necessary.
Chain is too loose. If chain is worn it should be
replaced or shortened if possible.
This indicates a broken chain link inside the
chaincase, broken or rounded off drawbolt.
Usually caused by rotors which are not turning
freely. Check for trash wrapped around rotor,
especially between inner rotor and dust cover.
Check that blades are installed correctly. Blades or
complete flange may have been installed backwards
Check for worn blades. If blades are worn down to a
sharp point, overlap will be lost and cutting ability
will deteriorate. Replace worn blades
Check for bent flanges or a bent draw bolt.
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No.
Part Number
Qty. Description
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
420610061
103040072
350770012
103120007
410610084
410610075
101070002
103150128
310560015
103150109
103040070
103040022
310770002
410680016
103150098
1
8
4
2
2
2
2
8
2
1
2
8
4
1
1
Top tube
M16 Locknut
Clamp plate
Plastic plug
Side support
Center support
Clip pin
Bolt M16x55
Hitch pin Cat I
Bolt M14x100
Locknut M14
Nut M12
Clamp plate
Link arm
Bolt M14x35
Not Illustrated
420610074
1
Top tube - short
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
15
15
15
15
16
17
18
19
20
20
20
20
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
Part Number
500130004
103040022
310770001
410610014
310620004
103150034
310020001
103150005
410610015
410610018
101020010
102010002
310550001
103150109
310100006
410650002
410650004
410650006
410650007
410650008
101040002
410610022
103150093
310570018
310080002
310080004
310080006
310080007
310080008
103040068
103090002
103040070
410680009
103150101
101020002
310410001
410040001
103150090
410090001
Qty.
2
x
4
2
2
x
2
x
2
2
2
4
2
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Description
Screw with handle
Nut M12
Clamp plate
Upper jack
End guard plate
Bolt M10x20
Locking ring 30mm
Bolt M8x16
Lower jack-FL
Lower jack-FLA
Split pin M5x60
Bushing
Dust cover
Bolt M14x100
Top mast arm
Tool bar 66"
Tool bar 90"
Tool bar 110"
Tool bar 130"
Tool bar 158"
Hitch pin Cat. 1 threaded
Hitch bracket
Bolt M12x110
Chaincase mounting plate
Hex bar 30mm - 66"
Hex bar 30mm - 90"
Hex bar 30mm-130"
Hex bar 30mm-158"
Hex bar 30mm-110"
Locknut M12
Grease zerk
Locknut M14
Link arm
Bolt M14x45
Split pin
Handle pin
Head clamp
Bolt M12x90
Head support arm
No.
Part Number
Qty. Description
31
32
33
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
103040022
103040008
310820002
310820002
103040064
410600001
103040070
103040070
410610021
410490001
510130001
103150029
310210009
103150011
103150101
103150081
103150044
103100008
103040068
410610057
101050010
310470001
410120001
101010002
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
4
4
2
1
1
1
1
1
M12 Nut
M8 Nut
Threaded rod FL
Threaded rod FLA
M8 Locknut
T-clamp plate
M14 Locknut
M14 Locknut
Upper gearbox mounting plate
Spring guide
Handle with nut
Bolt M8x70
Spacer
Bolt M8x25
Bolt M14x45
Bolt M12x60
Bolt M10x30
Washer M10
M12 Locknut
Lower gearbox mounting plate
Wheel
Spring
Collar
PTO guard
Not Illustrated
310560002
2
Wheel axle
No.
1
1
2
3
4
5
5
6
7
Part Number
410552001
410552015
109040004
320800001
103040062
410610020
410610056
103100002
103040062
Qty.
1
1
4
1
1
1
1
x
x
Description
Chaincase half L.H. FL
Chaincase half L.H. FLA
Oilseal 65 x 45 x 10
Breather/Fill Plug
Locknut M6
Front shield support FL
Front shield support FLA
Washer M6
Locknut M6
No.
8
9
9
10
11
12
12
13
14
15
15
16
17
17
18
19
19
20
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
32
32
32
32
33
34
34
34
34
35
Part Number
103140008
510152002
510154002
103100042
103040044
310580005
310580109
410590001
104010008
112020002
112020004
310600002
410554001
410554015
410030006
310330001
310330015
310580007
310580110
103140008
310620055
310550002
310210011
103140008
310090015
410660002
310470007
103140013
103140005
410370002
410680010
410680011
410680012
410680013
410680014
103040016
116010015-L
116010015-R
111182-L
111182-R
111604
Not Illustrated
103100038
Qty.
x
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
4
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
x
2
2
2
x
1
1
1
1
x
1
1
1
1
1
1
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
Description
Bolt M6 x 25
Flange with blades L.H.
Flange with blades R.H.
Lock washer M18
Nut M18 x 1.5
Side depth skid plate FL
Side depth skid plate FLA
Depth skid
Bearing 6009
Chain 3/4" x 50P FL
Chain 3/4" x 62P FLA
Sprocket
Chaincase half R.H. FL
Chaincase half R.H. FLA
Rear shield support
Gasket FL
Gasket FLA
Plate FL
Plate FLA
Bolt M6 x 25
Optional chaincase protector
Dust cover
Spacer
Bolt M6 x 25
Bushing
Chain skid
Spring
Bolt M6 x 25
Bolt M6 x 16
Rotor flange less blades
Drawbolt 7-10" head
Drawbolt 12-15" head
Drawbolt 16-20" head
Drawbolt 20-24" head
Drawbolt 28-32" head
Locknut M10 x 1.25
Blade L.H. for extra narrow head
Blade R.H. for extra narrow hea
Blade L.H.
Blade R.H.
Blade bolt assembly
Star washer for blade bolt
No.
Part Number
1
2
3
4
4
4
5
6
7
7
7
8
8
8
9
10
10
10
10
10
10
11
11
11
11
11
11
12
12
103040008
103100006
103150005
410254001
410254002
410254003
300470018
300740001
410160001
410160002
410160003
410252001
410252002
410252003
300620001
310622022
310622024
310622026
310622028
310622030
310622032
310624022
310624024
310624026
310624028
310624030
310624032
310622012
310624012
Qty. Description
15
15
15
1
1
1
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Nut M8
Washer M8
Bolt M8 x 16
Side shield-extra narrow L.H.
Side shield-narrow L.H.
Side shield-medium L.H.
Spring wire clip
Wedge pin
Center shield-extra narrow
Center shield-narrow
Center shield-wide
Side shield-extra narrow R.H.
Side shield-narrow R.H.
Side shield-medium R.H.
Plant guard
Trailing board R.H. 5.5-7" head
Trailing board R.H. 7-10" head
Trailing board R.H. 12-15" head
Trailing board R.H. 16-20" head
Trailing board R.H. 20-24" head
Trailing board R.H. 28-32" head
Trailing board L.H. 5.5-7" head
Trailing board L.H. 7-10" head
Trailing board L.H. 12-15" head
Trailing board L.H. 16-20" head
Trailing board L.H. 20-24" head
Trailing board L.H. 28-32" head
Side shield protector R.H.
Side shield protector L.H.
No.
Part Number
1
2
3
4
5
6
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
103040014
103100024
330090005
103150047
103150087
430090004
430090005
510130001
310210009
103100010
103040022
440270001
500230001
440270002
410490001
310470001
410120001
430680008
Qty. Description
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Nut M10
Lock washer M10
Bushing
Bolt M10 x 35
Bolt M12 x 80
Ridger arm FL
Ridger arm FLA
Handle with nut
Spacer
Washer M12
Nut M12
Special bolt
Ridger
Special nut
Spring guide
Spring
Collar
Threaded rod
1
1
1
1
1
1
Bracket set FL
Bracket set FLA
Ridger assembly complete FL
Ridger assembly complete FLA
Weld on point
Weld on leading edge
Not Illustrated
530010001
530010002
530230002
530230003
330590001
330030001
No.
1
1
1
2
3
4
5
Part Number
440140001
440140002
440140003
440300001
103100014
103040072
103100006
Qty.
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
Description
Fertilizer box 40"
Fertilizer box 60"
Fertilizer box 80"
Lever
Washer M16
Locknut M16
Washer M8
No.
Part Number
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
14
14
14
15
15
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
103150017
104040002
109020004
330250012
103040068
330090045
430610046
440310001
440310002
440310003
440070001
440070002
440070003
440640001
101030002
103120006
114010008
330580006
440450004
330630001
103150072
103150200
440610004
103040034
330210001
104010002
330560001
103010002
103100014
430610047
310770001
103040014
103070002
112030001
103150034
330670001
330630002
103070002
310630003
103150125
112030006
103040008
103040014
103040062
Qty. Description
4
2
2
2
6
6
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
x
x
x
x
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
1
2
Bolt M8 x 35
Flange bearing
Felt seal
Bushing
Locknut M12
Bushing
Hopper support arm
Agitator 40"
Agitator 60"
Agitator 80"
Slide regulator 40"
Slide regurlator 60"
Slide regurlator 80"
Attaching pad
Hose clamp
Plastic plug
Hose (order per foot)
Hose guide
Drive guard
Hopper pulley
Bolt M12 x 35
Bolt M10 x 70
Idler pulley support
Nut M16
Spacer
Bearing 6205Z
Idler pulley axle
Snap ring
Washer M16
Hopper support drive
Clamp plate
Nut M10
Bolt M10 x 35
Belt A43
Bolt M10 x 20
Washer
Idler pulley
Set screw M10 x 35
Drive pulley 30 mm
Bolt M16 x 45
Belt A52
Nut M8
Nut M10
Locknut M6
47
No.
1
2
3
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
103140005
Part Number
500130004
430610039
430610048
430610041
103150011
101050002
320210007
104010002
320670005
103040072
440410001
440490008
101020002
103090002
430610040
330570047
103040064
103040014
103100008
103150034
440050006
330090013
440180001
103150047
440570006
440090014
310770001
109010004
109020004
330040045
103140013
330600001
103040062
103040008
430650059
330090034
430010001
101080002
103150112
101060004
103040070
103040072
2
Qty.
2
2
2
2
4
2
2
4
2
2
2
3
2
4
2
2
4
2
4
6
1
3
1
2
1
1
3
2
2
1
2
1
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Bolt M6 x 16
Description
Threaded height adjustment han
Support tube
Lower support FL
Lower support FLA
Bolt M8 x 25
Wheel
Spacer
Bearing 6025Z
Washer
Nut M16
Pin
Steering connection
Split pin
Grease zerk
Tool bar clamp
Wheel scraper plate
Nut M8
Nut M10
Washer M10
Bolt M10 x 20
Steering rod
Bushing
Rack gear
Bolt
Slide
Arm
Clamp bracket
Washer
Felt ring
Tie-rod
Bolt M6 x 50
Pinion gear
Nut M6
Nut M8
Frame
Bushing
Shaft
Steering wheel
Bolt M14 x 110
Seat
Nut M14
Nut M16
42
103040066
No.
Part Number
112050024
0267030200
80100169
85201027
0267710400
0267300100
0248750000
80900026
0267710000
0259750000
87100152
0267500100
85100005
80100025
85200131
0267600000
84101028
0267720000
81100054
0267130000
86500006
0107710001
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
3
Qty.
1
1
2
2
2
1
2
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
1
2
1
Nut M10
Description
Gearbox Assembly
Gearbox housing
Bearing 6012
Internal Clip
Oilseal 60x95x10
Sleeve Hex 30
Shim 60.3x71.7
Bearing 30207
Spacer
Shim 35.3x43
Oilseal 35x72x12
Pinion shaft 15T
External circlip
Bearing 6207
Internal Clip
Crownwheel 22T
Key 14x9x35
Cover gasket
Hex bolt M10x20
Cover
Plug 3/8"
Oil filler plug
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
11
12
Part Number
B41204
B204046851
B341038000
B125081500
B125071500
B34104800
B204051420
B5F04056F6
B572040351
B572040351
Qty.
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Description
Cross and bearing kit
Yoke-outer tube
Roll pin P8x60
Outer tube size 4
Inner tube size 4
Roll pin
Yoke-inner tube
Complete PTO shield
540 RPM Yoke
540 RPM Yoke
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Part Number
B351022370
B253042001
B258005320
B247000054
B515200311
B408000060
B248220008
B248220007
B432000006
B637141001
Qty.
8
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
8
1
Description
Spring
Flange yoke size #4
Bushing
Friction disc
Clutch hub
Pin kit
Drive plate
Thrust plate
Bolt & Nut
Complete clutch assembly
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