Manual 13293054
Conventional Auger Mover
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Conventional Auger Mover
TABLE OF CONTENTS
DESCRIPTION
PAGE
WARRANTY POLICY...........................................................................................................................................3
INTRODUCTION ...................................................................................................................................................4
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS ....................................................................................................................................5
GENERAL SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS................................................................................................................6
START-UP SAFETY...............................................................................................................................................6
OPERATION SAFETY ..........................................................................................................................................6
TRANSPORT SAFETY ..........................................................................................................................................7
SERVICE AND MAINTENANCE SAFETY........................................................................................................7
STORAGE SAFETY ...............................................................................................................................................8
EXPLODED VIEW OF CONVENTIONAL AUGER MOVER .........................................................................9
AUGER MOVER PARTS LIST ..........................................................................................................................10
AUGER MOVER PARTS LIST ..........................................................................................................................11
ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS ............................................................................................................................12
RIGHT DRIVE WHEEL ASSEMBLY ...............................................................................................................13
EXPLODED VIEW OF DRIVE MOTORS ........................................................................................................14
MOVER AXLE ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS................................................................................................15
MOVER FRAME ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS ............................................................................................16
MOTOR STOP ASSEMBLY ...............................................................................................................................17
WINCH AND OIL TANK EXPLODED VIEWS ...............................................................................................18
HYDRAULIC TANK AND WINCH ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS .............................................................19
HYDRAULIC PUMP, VALVE, AND HOSE ASSEMBLY...............................................................................20
EXPLODED VIEW OF HYDRAULIC PUMP MOUNT ..................................................................................21
HYDRAULIC PUMP ASSEMBLY .....................................................................................................................22
AUGER MOVER OPERATION .........................................................................................................................23
BELT GUARD ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS.................................................................................................27
CONVENTIONAL AUGER MOVER BELT GUARDS ...................................................................................28
SHIPPING KITS AND BUNDLE NUMBERS ...................................................................................................29
NOTES: ..................................................................................................................................................................30
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WARRANTY POLICY
Buhler Manufacturing products are warranted for a period of twelve (12) months (90 days for
commercial application) from original date of purchase, by original purchaser, to be free from
defects in material and workmanship under correct, normal agricultural use and proper
applications.
Buhler Manufacturing’s obligations under this warranty shall be limited to the repair or
exchange, at Buhler Manufacturing’s option, of any Buhler Manufacturing product or part which
proves to be defective as provided. Buhler Manufacturing reserves the right to either inspect
the product at the buyer’s location or have it returned to the factory for inspection.
The above warranty does not extend to goods damaged or subject to accident, abuse or misuse
after shipment from Buhler Manufacturing’s factory, nor to goods altered or repaired by anyone
other than an authorized Buhler Manufacturing representative.
Buhler Manufacturing makes no Express Warranties other than those which are specifically
described. Any description of goods, including any references and specifications in catalogues,
circulars and other written material published, is for the sole purpose of identifying goods and
shall conform to such descriptions. Any sample or model is for illustrative purposes only and
does not create an Express Warranty that the goods conform to sample or model shown.
The purchaser is solely responsible for determining suitability of goods sold. This warranty is
expressly in lieu of all other warranties expressed or implied. Buhler Manufacturing will in no
event be liable for any incidental or consequential damages whatsoever. Nor for any sum in
excess of the price received for the goods for which liability is claimed.
WARRANTY CLAIMS:
Warranty requests must be prepared on Buhler Manufacturing Warranty Claim Forms with all
requested information properly completed. Warranty Claims must be submitted within a thirty
(30) day period from date of failure repair.
WARRANTY LABOR:
Any labor subject to warranty must be authorized by Buhler Manufacturing. The labor rate for
replacing defective parts, where applicable, will be credited at 100% of the dealer’s posted shop
rate. Defective parts will receive an extra 10% discount to assist with freight or other incidental
costs.
GOVERNMENT LEGISLATION:
Warranty terms and conditions are subject to Provincial or State legislation.
IMPORTANT FACTS:
Buckets and Bucket Tines Carry No Warranty
Bent Spears Carry No Warranty
Snowblower Fan Shafts Carry No Warranty
Mower Blades Carry No Warranty
Portable Auger Parts Have Two (2) Year Warranty
Loader Parts Have Two (2) Year Warranty
IMPORTANT NOTE: This warranty does not apply to rentals
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INTRODUCTION
The Buhler Farm King conventional auger mover is an option that attaches to an auger
and allows you to transfer the weight from the intake onto a swivel yoke. This makes
moving the auger and positioning it at a bin a much lighter task, which can be done by
one person. There are two sizes available. The small mover fits 31’, 36’, 41’, and 46’
augers. The large mover fits 51’, 56’, and 61’ augers.
Keep this manual handy for frequent reference. All new operators or owners must
review the manual before using the equipment and at least annually thereafter. Contact
your Buhler Dealer if you need assistance, information, or additional copies of the
manual. Visit our website at www.buhler.com for a complete list of dealers in your area.
The directions left, right, front and rear, as mentioned throughout this manual, are as
seen facing in the direction of travel of the implement.
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
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.
The alert symbol is used throughout this manual. It indicates attention is required and
identifies hazards. Follow the recommended precautions.
The safety alert symbol means…
ATTENTION! BECOME ALERT! YOUR SAFETY IS INVOLVED!
CAUTION
The caution symbol 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.
WARNING
The Warning Symbol 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.
DANGER
The Danger Symbol 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 that, for functional purposes, cannot be
guarded.
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GENERAL SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Have a first-aid kit available for use and know how to use it.
Have a fire extinguisher available, stored in a highly visible location, and know
how to use it.
Wear appropriate protective gear. This list may include but is not limited to:
Hard hat
Protective shoes with slip resistant soles
Protective glasses or goggles
Heavy gloves
Wet weather gear
Hearing protection
Respirator or filter mask
Read and understand the Operator’s Manual and all safety signs before operating,
servicing, adjusting, repairing, or unplugging the equipment.
Do not attempt any unauthorized modifications to your Buhler product as this could
affect function or safety, and could affect the life of the equipment.
Inspect and clean the working area before operating.
Keep hands, feet, clothing, and hair away from moving parts.
Ensure bystanders are clear of the area before operating.
START-UP SAFETY
Do not let inexperienced operators or children run this equipment.
Place all tractor and machine controls in neutral before starting.
Operate only with ROPS and seatbelt equipped tractors.
Do not operate inside a building unless there is adequate ventilation.
Ensure all shields are in place and in good condition before operating.
Stay clear of PTO shaft and machine when engaging PTO.
The auger must be on a level surface and wheels free to move when raising or
lowering. Everyone should be kept clear during these operations.
Make certain electric motors are grounded.
OPERATION SAFETY
Do not permit riders.
Do not wear loose fitting clothing during operation.
Empty the auger before moving to prevent upending.
Do not allow anyone other than the operator close to the Auger when in operation.
Never stand under the auger while raising or lowering.
When filling tall bins, tanks, or granaries, it is advisable to anchor the auger to the bin or
building to prevent it from being tipped over by the wind or a sudden movement. Never
operate a Conventional Auger with the intake end off the ground.
Never operate over 540 PTO rpm speed.
Never raise the intake end of the auger above waist high, as the balance shifts forward,
and the auger will tip over.
Stay away from overhead obstructions and power lines during operation and
transporting. Electrocution can occur without direct contact.
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TRANSPORT SAFETY
Review Transport Safety instructions in tractor manual before moving.
Check with local authorities regarding transport on public roads. Obey all applicable
laws and regulations.
Do not tow equipment that does not have brakes at speeds over 32km/h (20 mph).
Do not tow equipment that does not have brakes that, when fully loaded, has a mass
(weight) over 1.5 t (3300 lb) and more than 1.5 times the mass (weight) of the towing
unit.
Make sure the SMV (Slow Moving Vehicle) emblem and all the lights and reflectors that
are required by the local highway and transport authorities are in place, are clean, and
can be seen clearly by all overtaking and oncoming traffic.
Never have the equipment in operation during transport.
Always transport the Conventional Auger Mover in the transport position, carrying the
weight of the auger mover on the safety chain.
Take extreme caution in maneuvering on or around tight corners so as not to catch the
end of the auger on trees, buildings, power lines, etc.
The equipment should never be towed without the safety chain securely attached to the
auger and the towing vehicle.
When moving the auger on the road, always use a red flag, or if absolutely necessary to
move at night, accessory lights for adequate warning to operators of other vehicles.
Always travel at a safe speed.
Inflate transport tires to recommended pressure.
SERVICE AND MAINTENANCE SAFETY
Stop engine, set brake, remove ignition key, and wait for all moving parts to stop before
servicing, adjusting, repairing, or unplugging.
Support the equipment with blocks or safety stands before working beneath it.
Follow good shop practices including
Keep service area clean and dry
Be sure electrical outlets and tools are properly grounded
Use adequate light for the job
Use only tools, jacks, and hoists of sufficient capacity for the job.
Replace and secure all shields removed during servicing before operating.
Use heavy leather gloves to handle sharp objects.
Failure to follow proper procedures when mounting a tire on a wheel or rim can produce
an explosion, which may result in serious injury or death.
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STORAGE SAFETY
Store the unit in an area away from human activity.
Do not permit children to play on or around the stored machine.
Support the frame on stands and blocks to provide a secure base.
When storing an auger, park it on level ground so that the bottom end will never be over
its center of gravity.
Block the wheels of the auger so that the auger will not move.
When storing the auger, the intake end should be tied or weighted to prevent tipping.
WHEN ORDERING PARTS
Always give your dealer the Model and Serial Number of your machine to assist him in
ordering and obtaining the correct parts. Use the exploded view and tabular listing of
the area of interest to exactly identify the required part.
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EXPLODED VIEW OF CONVENTIONAL AUGER MOVER
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AUGER MOVER PARTS LIST
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AUGER MOVER PARTS LIST
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ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
WHEEL DRIVE INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
1. Page 9: Jack up one end of the auger axle (#24) and remove the wheel and tire
assembly.
2. Page 7: Take one of the wheel drive gears (#84) and place it into the inside of the
rim with the gear facing out. Use a straight edge placed at several positions across
the tire to line up the gear.
3. With the gear lined up, fasten it to the rim using four 5/16” x 1/2” socket set screws.
These must be tightened in several stages switching from side to side so the gear
stays in position. These must be securely tightened to prevent the gear from
popping out under load. Bolt the rim back onto the auger.
4. Now take the drive assembly with the hydraulic motor and slide it onto the axle. The
assemblies are left and right. The handle should face the outside of the axle and the
drive gear should be facing down. The hydraulic ports on the motor should face up.
It is VERY IMPORTANT the motor gear is parallel with the wheel drive gear and that
both gears contact along their full length.
5. Tack the hydraulic motor arm (#66) on the drive assembly to the axle. Double check
for alignment and weld solid.
6. Insert two 7/8” MORB x 9/16” MJIC 90° elbows (#7 hydraulic fittings) into the motor
ports. Tighten so ends face center of the axle.
7. Repeat on the other wheel.
8. If the motor gear is not engaged far enough into the wheel drive gear, the bottom of
the handle is slotted for adjustment.
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RIGHT DRIVE WHEEL ASSEMBLY
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EXPLODED VIEW OF DRIVE MOTORS
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MOVER AXLE ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
1. Be sure to install the grease nipples in the tubes at both ends of the axle assembly
before mounting the tires. Insert the left hand (#11) and the right hand (#12) hub
and spindle assemblies through the tubes at the ends of the axle, check to see that
they are turned as shown in the drawing.
2. The right hand spindle has a coupler (#14) pushed onto the shaft protruding through
the sleeve. It is held in place by a 3/8” x 3/4” set screw and jam nut in the shaft
groove.
3. Take the valve mount and steering handle weldment and insert it onto the shaft of
the left hand spindle using a 1/4” x 2” key. Hold in place with a set screw and jam
nut in the shaft groove.
4. Mount the wheels and tires on the spindle hubs using the nuts supplied with the
hubs. Bolt the steering tube (#5) to the lever on the right hand spindle (#12) using a
1/2” x 1 1/2” bolt and lock nut. The other end of the tube has a threaded adjustment
rod. Adjust the threaded rod until the wheels are parallel. Do not over tighten lock
nuts because parts must turn freely.
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MOVER FRAME ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
1. Slide the left and right adjustment tubes (#6 & #7) into the two outer tubes (#3). The
connecting hole you use will vary with the length of the auger. For the small mover
use the tubes fully extended on 46’ augers and fully collapsed on 31’ augers. Sizes
between these lengths will use a hole between these two positions. For the large
mover use the tubes fully extended on 61’ augers and fully collapsed on 51’ augers.
Turn adjustment tubes so brace bracket is on the inside. The inner and outer tubes
are joined by a hose guide weldment (#16) with a 1/2” bolt on the left hand side. A
1/2” x 3 1/2” bolt, lock washer and hex nut is used on the right hand side. Two
additional hose guides with a 3/8” bolt (#17) are spaced along the left adjustment
tube (#6).
2. Bolt the ends of the tube assemblies between the brackets welded to the side of the
mover axle assembly (#1) using 1/2” x 3 1/2” bolts, lock washers and hex nuts. The
two cross braces (#48) join the two tube assemblies. One end bolts to the axle and
the other end to the welded bracket on the tube. Join where they cross. Use 1/2” x
1 1/4” bolts, lock washers and hex nuts at all five locations.
3. Loosely assemble the mover clamp plates (#47) and the support clamp weldments
(#10) on the main auger axle using 1/2” x 3/4” bolts, lock washers and hex nuts.
Space them so they are centered on the axle and about the same distance apart as
the ends of the tube assemblies. The welded tube on the support clamp weldment
is turned down and faces the inside of the auger. The ends of the axle tubes bolt to
the outsides of the clamp tubes using a 3/4” x 4” bolt and lock nut. Tighten so this
connection can still move freely. Verify that the two clamp assemblies are
accurately centered and then tighten bolts.
4. Connect the two hydraulic cylinders (#8) to the mover axle (#1) using the lower lift
pin (#46). The cylinders are turned with the ports facing in. The ends of the
cylinders and a cylinder spacer weldment (#9) are fitted on the pin between two
welded brackets on the mover axle. The lift arm weldment (#2) slides onto the ends
of the cylinders and is held on by two 1/2” x 2 1/2” bolts, lock washers and hex nuts.
The tube clamp weldment (#13) connects to the end of the lift arm with the upper lift
pin (#45). Both pins are held in place by 1/4” x 1 1/2” cotter pins (#60).
5. Before bolting the clamp to the tube, extend the hydraulic cylinders about 1 1/2”.
This will make the tires for the mover lift when the cylinder is fully compressed for
transport. Bolt the clamp to the tube using 3/8” x 2” bolts, lock washers and hex
nuts. Clamp position will be checked when assembly is complete.
6. Connect the transport chain when the mover is lifted up in transport position. Bolt
one end to the lift arm (#2) and the other end to the threaded chain tightener. Use
3/8” x 1 1/4” bolts, lock washers and hex nuts. Use the clevis and the threaded rod
to adjust to the correct length when in transport position. DO NOT forget to remove
this chain before using the mover.
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MOTOR STOP ASSEMBLY
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WINCH AND OIL TANK EXPLODED VIEWS
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HYDRAULIC TANK AND WINCH ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
1. The hydraulic oil tank bolts to the right hand undercarriage arm just above the motor
mount. Turn tank so filler cap faces up. Position so the 3/4” hose will be long
enough to reach from the end of the tank to the hydraulic pump behind the gas
motor. Fit the two tank strap weldments into the grooves on the tank and bolt on
the two stands (#33 & #34). One stand (#34) has extra holes for mounting the oil
filter. These holes face the outside of the auger. Use 3/8” lock washers and hex
nuts. Bolt the stands to the undercarriage arm using two 4 1/2” long clamp plates
(#67) and 3/8” x 4 1/2” bolts, lock washers and hex nuts.
2. The winch bracket (#70) should be in place on the auger before starting. The rest of
the winch drive assembly can be assembled before bolting to the winch bracket.
Remove the long bolt from the top corner of the winch and replace it after sliding it
through the welded sleeve on the winch adaptor weldment (#23). Bolt the manifold
(#19) to the hydraulic motor (#18) using four 5/16” x 2” socket head bolts. Join the
winch shaft using a 3/16” sq. x 1” key and the hydraulic motor using a woodruff key
in the motor with the chain coupler. Tighten set screws in coupler when in place.
Bolt the winch adaptor weldment to the hydraulic motor using two 3/8” x 3/4” bolts
and lock washers. The winch guard weldment (#22) bolts to the edge of the winch
with a 1/4” x 3/4” bolt, lock washer and hex nut and to the motor with a 3/8” x 3/4”
bolt and lock washer. To tighten the bolts on the chain coupler cover, first tighten
one side and then turn the winch one half turn with a wrench to tighten the other
side. Bolt this assembly to the winch bracket and attach the cable.
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HYDRAULIC PUMP, VALVE, AND HOSE ASSEMBLY
1. Bolt the motor stop to the side of the motor mount. Slide on the stop tube with
the set screw first (#133 & #132). Then slide on the stop weldment (#130). A
1/4” x 11/4” bolt and hex nut at the end stop them from sliding off. Bolt the pump
assembly (#122) to the side of the gas motor using slots in the connector bar
(#116).
2. Bolt the control valve (#42) to the top of the steering handle (#4) using 5/16” x 2
3/4” bolts, lock washers and hex nuts. The cover with the decal for control
directions can be added after fittings and hoses are in place. The correct fittings
are shown on the drawing labeled hydraulic fittings. Note that one of the ports
has a ball valve. This valve acts as a safety mechanism so the winch cannot be
accidentally activated. The winch has a pressure relief valve so the hoses must
be connected to the correct ports. Check hydraulic system drawing to verify.
3. Install the rest of the fittings as shown on the hydraulic fittings drawing. The base
for the oil filter holder will require 3/4” to 1/2” reducer bushings that are not shown
on this drawing.
4. There are two separate drawings showing the hose connections for the small and
the large mover. About half the hoses are equal lengths on both sizes of movers.
Run the long hoses through the hose guides on the mover tubing. On some
shorter sizes you will have to roll up excess length of hose. Use cable ties to
fasten any hoses that hang down to the axle or mover tubing.
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EXPLODED VIEW OF HYDRAULIC PUMP MOUNT
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HYDRAULIC PUMP ASSEMBLY
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AUGER MOVER OPERATION
1.
Once your fittings are tight you can fill your reservoir with hydraulic oil.
Any hydraulic oil will work.
2.
Tighten down your winch cable and make sure there are three full wraps
around the drum before tension is added.
3.
The relief valve bolted to the winch hydraulic motor should be adjusted
before using, if required. The power is adjusted on the control screw on
the side of the solenoid valve. The factory setting is 3 turns out. There
should be just enough power to lift the empty intake auger off the ground.
Remove the plug and adjust with an Allen wrench if required. The winch
speed is adjusted with a control screw on the end of the solenoid valve.
The factory setting is 3 1/2 turns out. If speed adjustment is required,
loosen the hex nut on the threaded shaft and adjust with an Allen wrench
as required. Lock the setting in place with the hex nut.
4.
Grease the sleeves on the wheel spindles.
5.
Make sure all bolts are tight and pins are secure.
6.
Check the air pressure in the tires.
7.
Check engine oil.
8.
Start the engine at a low rpm and then activate the control valve. If the
direction of movement is not the same as shown on the valve cover decal,
invert the hoses on that spool.
9.
The wheel speed can be adjusted on the divider block at the center of the
axle. Loosen nut and adjust with an Allen wrench.
10. Check all hydraulic fittings for leaks.
11. Lift cylinders slowly up and down to check for any binding in the hoses.
12. Always use safety chain when transporting. Do not forget to remove when
using conventional auger mover.
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Conventional Auger Mover (Hydraulic Fittings)
ITEM PART # DESCRIPTION
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
910262
887572
812304
811414
910247
812084
812457
886897
905392
812079
910249
9/16" MORB x 9/16" MJIC 90° Elbow w/restrictor
9/16" FJIC x 9/16" MJIC x 9/16" MJIC Tee
9/16" MORB x 9/16" MJIC 45° Elbow
3/4" MORB x 3/4" MJIC 90° Elbow
3/8" Steel Ball Valve 200 WoG
3/8" MNPT x 9/16" MJIC Adaptor Straight
7/8" MORB x 9/16" MJIC 90° Elbow
7/8" MORB x 3/4" MJIC Adaptor Straight
3/4" MORB x 3/4" FORB 90° Elbow
3/4" MORB x 1/2" SWFNPT Adaptor Straight
9/16" FJIC x 3/8" MNPT Adaptor Straight
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Conventional Auger Mover (Hydraulic Hoses) Small Mover
ITEM PART #
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
910250
910251
910260
910205
910206
910207
910208
910258
910209
910210
910211
DESCRIPTION
3/4" x 60" Hose 1.3" MORB x 3/4" SWMNPT
3/4" x 24" Hose 3/4" SWMNPT x 1/2" MNPT
1/2" x 198" Hose 1/2 MNPT x 3/4 SWFJIC
1/2" x 192" Hose 3/4 SWFJIC x 3/4 SWFJIC
3/8" x 192" Hose 9/16 SWFJIC x 1/2 SWMNPT
3/8" x 192" Hose 9/16 SWFJIC x 1/2 SWMNPT
3/8" x 186" Hose 9/16 SWFJIC x 9/16 MORB
3/8" x 186" Hose 9/16 SWFJIC x 9/16 MORB
3/8" x 60" Hose 9/16 SWFJIC x 9/16 SWFJIC
3/8" x 78" Hose 9/16 SWFJIC x 9/16 SWFJIC
3/8" x 18" Hose 9/16 SWFJIC x 9/16 SWFJIC
3/8" x 18" Hose 9/16 SWFJIC x 9/16 SWFJIC
3/8" x 60" Hose 9/16 MORB x 9/16 SWFJIC
3/8" x 60" Hose 9/16 MORB x 9/16 SWFJIC
3/8" x 48" Hose 9/16 MORB x 9/16 SWFJIC
3/8" x 48" Hose 9/16 MORB x 9/16 SWFJIC
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Conventional Auger Mover (Hydraulic Hoses) Big Mover
ITEM PART #
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
910252
910251
910253
910254
910255
910256
910208
910258
910209
910210
910211
DESCRIPTION
3/4" x 72" Hose 1.3" MORB x 3/4" SWMNPT
3/4" x 24" Hose 3/4" SWMNPT x 1/2" MNPT
1/2" x 288" Hose 1/2 MNPT x 3/4 SWFJIC
1/2" x 342" Hose 3/4 SWFJIC x 3/4 SWFJIC
3/8" x 258" Hose 9/16 SWFJIC x 1/2 SWMNPT
3/8" x 258" Hose 9/16 SWFJIC x 1/2 SWMNPT
3/8" x 336" Hose 9/16 SWFJIC x 9/16 MORB
3/8" x 336" Hose 9/16 SWFJIC x 9/16 MORB
3/8" x 60" Hose 9/16 SWFJIC x 9/16 SWFJIC
3/8" x 78" Hose 9/16 SWFJIC x 9/16 SWFJIC
3/8" x 18" Hose 9/16 SWFJIC x 9/16 SWFJIC
3/8" x 18" Hose 9/16 SWFJIC x 9/16 SWFJIC
3/8" x 60" Hose 9/16 MORB x 9/16 SWFJIC
3/8" x 60" Hose 9/16 MORB x 9/16 SWFJIC
3/8" x 48" Hose 9/16 MORB x 9/16 SWFJIC
3/8" x 48" Hose 9/16 MORB x 9/16 SWFJIC
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BELT GUARD ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
1. Mount the 12 inch guard (#2) to the auger. Bolt the belt guard adjustment plate
(#7) to the inside edge of the guard using 3/8” x 3/4” bolt, lock washers and hex
nuts. This plate should line up with the top and bottom of the guard. The two
holes 4 7/8” apart face out with the four holes facing down.
2. Bolt the triangle welded to the top guard weldment (#1) to the adjustment plate.
Pick holes that line up best with the belt. Use 3/8” x 1” bolts, lock washers and
hex nuts. Bolt the bottom belt guard weldment (#4) to one of the four holes on
the adjustment plate using the welded sleeve on the guard with a 3/8” x 4” bolt,
lock washer and hex nut. Choose the hole that lines up best with the belt.
3. Join the two guard plates using the 7” adjustment plate (#6). Use 3/8” x 4 1/2”
bolts, lock washers and hex nuts fitted through the welded sleeves on the guard
plates. The small belt guard (#9) is held on with the same bolts.
4. Bolt the guard support arm to the welded bolt on one of the clamps using a 3/8”
flat washer and lock nut. This location must swivel freely. Bolt clamps to the
undercarriage arm so the guard support arm fits behind the adjustment plate
(#7). Use 3/8” x 1 1/2” bolts, lock washers and hex nuts. Bolt arm to one of the
holes at the back of the plate. Which hole is used will vary based upon the motor
size. Use 3/8” x 1 1/2” bolt with a 1/4” thick washer between the arm and the
plate. Use a 3/8” flat washer and lock nut on the outside.
5. The two belt guard covers (#10) are fitted over the weldments and held in place
by two pins and clips on each guard.
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SHIPPING KITS AND BUNDLE NUMBERS
The following is a list of Kit numbers for this product and the Bundle Numbers,
Descriptions, and Quanities for each kit.
C501
Conventional Auger Mover 7” x 46’ & Under
C502
Conventional Auger Mover 8” x 46’ & Under
C503
Conventional Auger Mover 8” x 51’ & Over
C504
Conventional Auger Mover 10” x 46’ & Under
C505
Conventional Auger Mover 10” x 51’ & Over
C506
Conventional Auger Mover 13” x 46’ & Under
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