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OPERATOR’S AND PARTS
MANUAL
HP400/HP450/HP600/HP750/HP1000
COLD PLANERS
FOR
SKID-STEER LOADERS
SERIAL NUMBER: ___________________
MODEL NUMBER: ___________________
800-922-2981 I www.paladinbrands.com
Manual Number: OM666
Part Number: 75566
Rev. 3
P.O. Box 266, Delhi, IA 52223-0266, United States of America
9372
11-4-05-3
TABLE OF CONTENTS
TO THE OWNER ............................................................................................. A
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS ................................................................................ B
To The Operator
Before You Start
Working With The Attachment
Transporting The Attachment
Maintenance
INTERNATIONAL SYMBOLS ......................................................................... C
PREOPERATION ............................................................................................. D
Preparing the Vehicle
Skid-Steer
Before Operation
Nomenclature
ASSEMBLIES .................................................................................................. E
Planer Assemblies
Drum and Pick Options
Wheel Assembly
Hydraulic Assembly
Hose Kit #38168 - 16" & 18" Planers (HP400 / HP450)
Hose Kit #38169 - 24" Planer (HP600)
Hose Kit #38170 - 30" Planer (HP750)
Hose Kit #38308 - 40" Planer (HP1000)
Water Kit #19216
Water Kit #103031
Cylinder Assembly #101540
Cylinder Assembly #89520
Cylinder Assembly #89535
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS ................................................................... F
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS ........................................................................ G
General Operating Instructions
Special Applications
Large Area
Milling Around Manholes
Deep Cuts
Milling Taper Cuts
LUBRICATION................................................................................................. H
MAINTENANCE AND SERVICE ..................................................................... L
Routine Maintenance
Pick Replacement
Changing The Drum
Changing The Planetary
Changing The Hydraulic Motor
TROUBLESHOOTING ..................................................................................... N
BOLT TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS ................................................................ O
SPECIFICATIONS ........................................................................................... P
DECALS .......................................................................................................... Q
LIMITED WARRANTY ..................................................................................... S
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A
A
TO THE OWNER
GENERAL COMMENTS
Congratulations on the purchase of your new BRADCO product! This
product was carefully designed and manufactured to give you years of dependable
service. Only minor maintenance (such as cleaning and lubricating) is required to
keep it in top working condition. Be sure to observe all safety precautions and
maintenance procedures, as described in this manual.
ABOUT THIS MANUAL
This manual has been designed to help you do a better, safer job. Read this
manual carefully and become familiar with its contents. Remember, never let
anyone operate this unit without reading the "Safety Precautions" and
"Operating Instructions" sections of this manual. (See Sections B and G
respectively.)
Unless noted otherwise, right and left sides are determined from the position
of the operator when behind the product facing forward.
SAFETY ALERT SYMBOL
This is the "Safety Alert Symbol" used by this industry. This symbol is
used to warn of possible injury. Be sure to read all warnings carefully.
They are included for your safety and for the safety of others working
with you.
SERVICE
When servicing your product, remember to use only manufacturer replacement parts. Substitute parts may not meet the standards required for safe, dependable operation.
To facilitate parts ordering, record the model and serial number of your unit in
the space provided on this page. This information may be obtained from the identification plate located on the product.
MODEL____________________________________
SERIAL NUMBER___________________________
DATE PURCHASED_________________________
The parts department needs this information to insure that you receive the
correct parts for your specific model.
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B
B
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
TAKE NOTE! THIS SAFETY ALERT SYMBOL FOUND THROUGHOUT THIS
MANUAL IS USED TO CALL YOUR ATTENTION TO INSTRUCTIONS INVOLVING YOUR PERSONAL SAFETY OR OTHERS. FAILURE TO FOLLOW
THESE INSTRUCTIONS CAN RESULT IN INJURY OR DEATH.
THIS SYMBOL MEANS:
ATTENTION!
BECOME ALERT!
YOUR SAFETY IS INVOLVED!
SIGNAL WORDS: Note the use of signal words DANGER, WARNING, and CAUTION with the safety messages. The appropriate signal word for each has been
selected using the following guidelines:
DANGER:
Indicates an imminently hazardous situation, which 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, which 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, which if not avoided, may
result in minor or moderate injury. It may also be used to alert
against unsafe practices.
6621
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B
B
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
GENERAL INFORMATION
This section is composed of various warnings and safety tips. Read
and learn all the information in this section before you attempt to use your
attachment. Also read your vehicle owner's manual before using your
equipment. This knowledge will help you operate your unit safely. Do not
take this information lightly, it is presented for your benefit and for the
benefit of others working around you.
The "Safety Alert Symbol" (as described in Section A and at the
beginning of Section B) will be used throughout this manual. It will appear
with the word DANGER, WARNING, or CAUTION, and a safety message
pertaining to the specific topic being covered. Take the time to read these
messages as you come across them.
TO THE OPERATOR
The primary responsibility for safety with the equipment falls to the
operator. Make sure that the equipment is operated only by responsible
individuals with the proper instruction. It is the skill, care, common sense,
and good judgement of the operator that will determine how efficiently and
safely the job is performed. Know your equipment before you start. Know
its capabilities and how to operate all the controls. Visually inspect your
equipment before you start and never operate equipment that is not in
proper working order.
BEFORE YOU START
1.
Read the entire loader and attachment operator's manuals before
ever attempting to use the loader. This knowledge is necessary for
safe operation.
2.
Follow all safety decals. Keep them clean and replace them if they
become worn, damaged or illegible.
2.
Do not paint over, remove or deface any safety signs or warning
decals on your equipment.
4.
Know your equipment inside and out. Know how to operate all controls and know emergency shut down procedures.
5.
Keep all stepping surfaces, pedals, and controls free from dirt, grease
and oil. Keep equipment clean to help avoid injury from a fall when
getting on or off equipment.
6.
Use handholds and step plates when getting on/off . Failure to do so
could cause a fall.
7.
Be alert to others in the work area. Be sure others know when and
where you will be working. Make sure no one is behind equipment.
8.
Never take passengers on your equipment. There is no safe place for
a passenger.
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B
B
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
9.
Never try to board equipment while it is moving.
10.
Turn off engine before performing maintenance. All maintenance can
be performed with the machine lowered. If lift arms must be left
raised for any reason, use a positive lift arm lock to secure the arms
in place. Serious damage or personal injury could result from lift arms
accidentally lowering.
11.
Reduce speed when driving over rough terrain, on a slope, or turning
to avoid overturning the loader.
12.
Test all controls before you begin.
13.
Do not smoke when refueling. Allow room in the gas tank for expansion. Wipe up any spilt fuel. Secure cap tightly when done.
WORKING WITH THE ATTACHMENT
1.
Never operate the unit without first reading and understanding the
operator's manual.
2.
Operate the attachment only in daylight or sufficient artificial light.
3.
Do not carry load with arms in the raised position. Always carry loads
close to the ground. Do not step off platform with load raised.
4.
Check your work area and know where all utility lines are. Avoid
hitting underground electrical wires, cables, pipes, fence posts, gas
lines, etc.
5.
Never operate equipment while under the influence of alcohol, or
prescription drugs which could inhibit physical and/or mental capacity.
6.
Do not exceed rated operating capacity, as machine may become
unstable which may result in loss of control.
7.
Slow down before turning. Sharp turns on any terrain may cause loss
of control.
8.
Always lower the loader arms to the ground, shut off the engine and
remove the key before getting off the unit.
TRANSPORTING THE ATTACHMENT
1.
Follow all federal, state and local regulations when transporting the
unit on public roads.
2.
Use extra care when loading or unloading the machine onto a trailer
or truck.
MAINTENANCE
1.
Never work on equipment while it is running.
2.
Never make hydraulic repairs while the system is under pressure.
Injury or death could result.
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B
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
3.
Observe proper maintenance schedules and repairs to keep the unit in
safe working order.
4
Always wear safety goggles or glasses when working on equipment.
5.
Use a drift and hammer when pressing out pins to prevent the pin
from shattering.
6.
Use only manufacturer recommended replacement parts. Other parts
may be substandard in fit and quality.
WARNING! Escaping fluid under pressure can have sufficient force to penetrate the skin causing serious personal injury. Fluid escaping
from a very small hole can be almost invisible. Use a piece of
cardboard or wood, rather that hands to search for suspected
leaks.
Keep unprotected body parts, such as face, eyes, and arms as
far away as possible from a suspected leak. Flesh injected
with hydraulic fluid may develop gangrene or other permanent
disabilities.
If injured by injected fluid, see a doctor at once. If your doctor
is not familiar with this type of injury, ask him to research it
immediately to determine proper treatment.
CARDBOARD
HYDRAULIC HOSE
OR FITTING
MAGNIFYING GLASS
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C
C
INTERNATIONAL SYMBOLS
As a guide to the operation of your equipment, various international
symbols have been utilized on the instruments and controls. The symbols
are shown below with an indication of their meaning.
Engine speed
Alternator charge
Hours recorded
Power take-off (on)
Engine water temperature
Power take-off (off)
Lights
"Tortoise," slow or minimum setting
Horn
"Hare," fast or maximum setting
Engine oil pressure
Caution
Hazard warning
Control lever operating direction
Axle connect
Rock shaft (raised)
Axle disconnect
Rock shaft (lowered)
Continuously variable
Remote cylinder (extended)
Increase
Remote cylinder (retracted)
Decrease
Remote cylinder (FLOAT)
Diesel fuel
Differential lock
Creeper range
Read operators manual
High range
Neutral
Low range
Forward
Reverse
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D
D
PRE-OPERATION
HIGH FLOW COLD PLANERS
GENERAL INFORMATION
The purpose of this manual is to assist in setting up, operating and maintaining
your BRADCO planer. Read it carefully. It furnishes information and instructions that
will help you achieve years of dependable performance.
Unless otherwise noted right and left are determined from the position of the
skid-steer operator sitting in the operator's seat facing forward.
Remember to read the "Safety Precautions" and "Operating Instructions"
sections of the manual BEFORE you attempt to install or use the planer.
NOTE: The illustrations and data used in this manual were current (according to the
information available to us) at the time of printing, however, we reserve the right to
redesign and change the cold planers as may be necessary without notification.
PREPARING THE VEHICLE
WARNING! Never let anyone operate this attachment without understanding
all of the "Safety Precautions" and "Operating Instructions"
sections of this manual. (See Section B and G respectively.)
Always choose hard, level ground to park the attachment on and
set the brake so the vehicle cannot roll.
SKID-STEER
The BRADCO 16", 18", 24", 30" and 40" planers are designed for use on high
flow skid-steers. Cold planer and skid-steer compatibility is determined by the recommended lifting capacity and hydraulic output of your skid-steer.
WARNING! Do NOT attach or operate any attachment that exceeds the recommended lifting capacity of your skid-steer.
Skid-steers MUST be equipped with optional high flow, auxiliary boom hydraulics, case drain and a multi-function electric control kit to run the cold planer.
BEFORE OPERATION
The primary responsibility for safety with this equipment falls to the operator.
Make sure that the equipment is operated only by trained individuals that have read and
understand this manual. Don't hurry the learning process or take the unit for granted.
Practice the operation of your new equipment and become familiar with the controls and
the way it handles on your machine.
If there is any portion of this manual or function you do not understand, contact
your local authorized dealer or the manufacturer.
PLANING OPTIONS
Concrete Picks ....................................................................Contact Dealer
2.5" (Slot Cutter) Drum ....................................................... #100642
4.0" (Slot Cutter) Drum ....................................................... #100643
6.0" (Slot Cutter) Drum ....................................................... #100644
MOTOR OPTIONS
22 GPM to 28 GPM (2.0 CU.IN. BLUE) .............................#17776
29 GPM to 35 GPM (2.5 CU.IN. BLACK) ..........................#17777
36 GPM to 44 GPM (3.0 CU. IN. RED) .............................. #17778
NOTE: 36 GPM to 44 GPM motor is required on the 40" Cold Planers.
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D
D
PRE-OPERATION
HIGH FLOW COLD PLANERS
MAJOR NOMENCLATURE
Throughout this manual, reference is made to various attachment components. The purpose of this section is to acquaint you with the various names of
these components. This knowledge will be helpful when reading through the
manual or when ordering service parts.
RIGHT DEPTH
CYLINDER
SIDE SHIFT FRAME
VALVE
COVER
CONTROL VALVE
LEFT DEPTH
CYLINDER
TILT CYLINDER
DEPTH
INDICATOR
EXTRACTING TOOL
(PICK REMOVER)
SIDE PLATE
FRONT
ACCESS
DOOR
SIDE SHIFT
CYLINDER
HYDRAULIC MOTOR
PLANETARY
WHEEL ASSEMBLY
9832
9-22-04
E
E
PLANER ASSEMBLY
16", 18", 24", 30" & 40" COLD PLANER ASSEMBLIES
DIAGRAM 1 OF 3
6
5
4
3
2
8
1
7
9
21
10
23
11
12
22
13
18
31
24
25
20
19
17
16
26
27
15
14
28
40" PLANER ONLY
32
DRUM IDLER ASSEMBLY
36
34
33
29
18
37
38
30
35
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E
E
PLANER ASSEMBLY
16", 18", 24", 30" & 40" COLD PLANER ASSEMBLIES
LIST 1 OF 3
NO
REQ'D
PART NO.
1
4
4
4
2
4
2
2
1022
1502
1513
17737
1589
17729
18685
.31" UNC X 1.00" Hex Capscrew
.31" Lock Washer
.31" Flat Washer
Depth Indicator
Set Screw
Pivot Plate
Bushing
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
17677
1652
64727
17734
17725
18651
17600
19431
101085
6616
17676
1652
64727
Right Link
1.25" Snap Ring
1.25" Thrust Washer
Bracket
Right Side Plate
Cannister (16" & 18" Planer)
Cannister (24" Planer)
Cannister (30" Planer)
Cannister (40" Planer)
Grease Fitting
Left Link
1.25" Snap Ring
1.25" Thrust Washer
1
2
4
4
20
20
20
4
17722
17728
1092
1505
1965
1505
1646
17727
Left Side Plate
Retainer
.50" UNC X 2.00" Hex Capscrew
.50" Lock Washer
.50" UNC X 2.50" Hex Capscrew Grade 8
.50" Lock Washer
.50" Hard Flat Washer
Clamp Plate
4
8
6
6
6
1
1
1
1
17731
18681
1821
1627
1839
19886
19887
19888
101125
Spacer
Shim
.62" UNC X 2.50" Hex Capscrew - Grade 8
.62" Hard Flat Washer
.62" UNC Deformed Lock Nut
Rubber Deflector (16" & 18" Planer)
Rubber Deflector (24" Planer)
Rubber Deflector (30" Planer)
Rubber Deflector (40" Planer)
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
DESCRIPTION
NOTE: There may be a slight quantity difference in hardware between the
various cold planers. Quantity listed is for the 24" planer.
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E
E
PLANER ASSEMBLY
16", 18", 24", 30" & 40" COLD PLANER ASSEMBLIES
DIAGRAM 2 OF 3
6
5
4
3
2
8
1
7
9
21
10
23
11
12
22
13
18
31
24
25
20
19
17
16
26
27
15
14
28
40" PLANER ONLY
32
DRUM IDLER ASSEMBLY
36
34
33
29
18
37
38
30
35
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E
PLANER ASSEMBLY
16", 18", 24", 30" & 40" COLD PLANER ASSEMBLIES
LIST 2 OF 3
NO
REQ'D
PART NO.
20
5
5
5
5
1044
1503
1514
1226
.38" UNC X 1.25" Hex Capscrew
.38" Lock Washer
.38" Flat Washer
.38" UNC Hex Nut
21
22
2
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
1102
18656
17663
19545
101130
19560
1043
1503
1514
1226
17666
1841
.50" UNC X 5.00" Hex Capscrew
Door (16" & 18" Planer)
Door (24" Planer)
Door (30" Planer)
Door (40" Planer)
Latch
.38" UNC X 1.00" Hex Capscrew
.38" Lock Washer
.38" Flat Washer
.38" UNC Hex Nut
Spacer Tube
.50" UNC Deformed Lock Nut
8
1
1
1
1
1
1
---
10003
18534
18535
18524
19712
101080
18970
30355
17776
.62" UNF Deformed Oval Lock Nut
Drum Assembly with Teeth (16" Planer)
Drum Assembly with Teeth (18" Planer)
Drum Assembly with Teeth (24" Planer)
Drum Assembly with Teeth (30" Planer)
Drum Assembly with Teeth (40" Planer)
Planetary
Replacement Oil Fill Plug
Hydraulic Motor (Not available on 40" Planer)
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
DESCRIPTION
2.0 Cu. In. / Blue / 22 GPM - 28 GPM
--
17777
Hydraulic Motor Option (Not available on 40" Planer)
2.5 Cu. In. / Black / 29 GPM - 35 GPM
--
17778
Hydraulic Motor Option (Standard on 40" Planer)
**
2
2
2
45845
1090
1646
1505
Replacement Seal Kit
.50" UNC X 1.50" Hex Capscrew
.50" Hard Flat Washer
.50" Lock Washer
2
1
101467
102594
Spacer Tube
Motor Gasket
3.0 Cu. In. / Red / 36 GPM - 44 GPM
30
31
32
** Field replacement of internal motor seals voids warranty.
NOTE: There may be a slight quantity difference in hardware between the various
cold planers. Quantity listed is for the 24" planer.
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E
PLANER ASSEMBLY
16", 18", 24", 30" & 40" COLD PLANER ASSEMBLIES
DIAGRAM 3 OF 3
1
5
3
2
4
16
2
6
17
7
8
9
13
10
16
15
14
11
9
12
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PLANER ASSEMBLY
16", 18", 24", 30" & 40" COLD PLANER ASSEMBLIES
LIST 3 OF 3
NO
REQ'D
PART NO.
1
2
2
2
2
4
4
4
4
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
19196
17757
19548
101118
19198
89611
19550
101120
19199
89612
19551
101121
19197
17758
19549
101119
89501
Clamp Plate (16" & 18" Planer)
Clamp Plate (24" Planer)
Clamp Plate (30" Planer)
Clamp Plate (40" Planer)
Wear Strip (16" & 18" Planer)
Wear Strip (24" Planer)
Wear Strip (30" Planer)
Wear Strip (40" Planer)
Shim (16" & 18" Planer)
Shim (24" Planer)
Shim (30" Planer)
Shim (40" Planer)
Spacer Plate (16" & 18" Planer)
Spacer Plate (24" Planer)
Spacer Plate (30" Planer)
Spacer Plate (40" Planer)
Side Shift Frame
1
1
1
1
2
1
5
5
5
1
18648
17661
19543
101116
17732
17730
1142
1507
1649
88996
Pivot Plate (16" & 18" Planer)
Pivot Plate (24" Planer)
Pivot Plate (30" Planer)
Pivot Plate (40" Planer)
Spacer Tube
Plate
.75" UNC X 2.75" Hex Capscrew
.75" Lock Washer
.75" Hard Flat Washer
Cap Plate
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1139
1507
1649
88995
89436
17733
18893
.75" UNC X 2.00" Hex Capscrew
.75" Lock Washer
.75" Hard Flat Washer
Guide Plate
Bushing
Spacer
Shim
12
12
1
1818
1505
100213
.50" UNC X 2.75" Hex Capscrew Grade 8
.50" Lock Washer
Extracting Tool (Pick Puller)
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
DESCRIPTION
NOTE: There may be a slight quantity difference in hardware between the
various cold planers. Quantity listed is for the 24" planer.
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E
DRUM AND PICK OPTIONS
1
3
2
.54"
1.04"
1.89"
1.77"
.14"
3.56"
3.51"
1.50"
1.50"
1.77"
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DRUM AND PICK OPTIONS
DRUM OPTIONS (INCLUDES STANDARD ALL-PURPOSE PICKS)
#1 DESCRIPTION
16" Standard Drum (16" Cold Planer)
18" Standard Drum (18" Cold Planer)
24" Standard Drum (24" Cold Planer)
30" Standard Drum (30" Cold Planer)
40" Standard Drum (40" Cold Planer)
2.50" Slot Cutter Drum (All Planers)
4.00" Slot Cutter Drum (All Planers)
6.00" Slot Cutter Drum (All Planers)
PART
NUMBER
18534
18535
18524
19712
101080
PICK
QTY
43
45
57
69
89
100642
100643
100644
18
18
20
#2 DESCRIPTION
General Purpose Application Pick
PART
NUMBER
18546
#3 DESCRIPTION
Concrete Application Pick with Washer
PART
NUMBER
18547
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WHEEL ASSEMBLY
ASSEMBLY #18702
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
9358
3-2-04
E
E
WHEEL ASSEMBLY
ASSEMBLY #18702
NO
REQ'D
PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
1
2
3
4
5
1
3
3
3
1
17667
1646
1505
1811
1514
Wheel Mounting Bracket
.50" Hard Flat Washer
.50" Lock Washer
.50" UNC X 1.50" Hex Capscrew - Grade 8
.38" Flat Washer
6
7
8
9
10
1
1
1
1
1
1503
1042
17673
6616
17671
.38" Lock Washer
.38 "UNC X .75" Hex Capscrew
Pivot Pin
Grease Fitting
Wheel
11
1
61079
Washer
9359
3-3-04
E
E
HYDRAULIC ASSEMBLY
ASSEMBLY #19220
1
2
3
4
10
2
1
7
6
5
4
1
9
2
6
8
5
11
5
15
5
13
12
16
14
5
1
8
24
8
18
5
1
16
21
17
19
23
22
15
20
5
1
2
HYDRAULIC
MOTOR
9356
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E
E
HYDRAULIC ASSEMBLY
ASSEMBLY #19220
NO
REQ'D
PART NO.
1
2
3
4
5
12
8
2
2
12
6612
61079
73461
89520
3434
Snap Ring 1.00"
Thrust Washer 1.00" x .06"
Cylinder Pin
Cylinder Assembly (Depth Control)
90° Elbow 6MBo-6MJ
6
7
8
2
1
6
6
6
1
2
2
1
30313
19195
1022
1502
1513
19215
1836
1634
100434
45° Elbow 6MBo-6MJ
Valve Cover
.31" UNC X 1.00" Hex Capscrew
.31" Lock Washer
.31" Flat Washer
Wire Harness - Four Function Control
10-24 UNC Hex Nut
10-24 X .50" Round Headed Capscrew
Electrical Control Handle
4
1
2
2
2
1
1
4
30140
89618
1033
1502
1513
19970
100780
3409
90° Elbow - XL 6MBo-6MJ
Cylinder Control Valve
.31" UNC X 3.75" Hex Capscrew
.31" Lock Washer
.31" Flat Washer
Bracket
Control Valve
Straight Connector 16MBo-12MJ
19
20
2
2
3
3
3
1
1
30051
3457
1043
1503
1800
19194
89978
90° Elbow 16MBo-12MJ
Straight Connector 6MBo-6MJ
.38" UNC X 1.00" Hex Capscrew
.38" Lock Washer
.38" Hard Flat Washer
Valve Mounting Bracket
Cylinder Pin
21
22
23
24
1
1
1
1
89535
101540
3269
102537
Cylinder Assembly (Side Shift)
Cylinder Assembly (Tilt)
Straight Connector 8MBo-6MJ
Cylinder Pin
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
DESCRIPTION
9357
9-22-04
HP400 & HP450 PLANER HOSE KIT
16" & 18" PLANER HOSE SET #38168
TO SKID-STEER
1
2
3
DEPTH
CYLINDER
SIDE SHIFT
CYLINDER
7
4
8
6
5
5
DEPTH
CYLINDER
17
16
12
6
CONTROL
VALVE
9
11
CYLINDER
CONTROL
VALVE
10
14
13
15
TILT
CYLINDER
HYDRAULIC
MOTOR
9366
9-22-04
HP400 & HP450 PLANER HOSE KIT
16" & 18" PLANER HOSE SET #38168
NO
REQ'D
PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
1
2
3
4
5
1
1
1
1
2
19638
22520
38159
38159
37016
Male Coupler
Female Coupler
Hose .75" X 75" 12FJX-12MBo-HS
Hose .75" X 75" 12FJX-12MBo-HS
Hose .25" X 15" 6FJX-6FJX
6
7
8
9
10
2
1
1
1
1
38175
37599
38108
37236
38106
Hose
Hose
Hose
Hose
Hose
.25" X 17"
.25" X 66"
.25" X 54"
.25" X 22"
.25" X 22"
6FJX-6FJX 45°
6FJX-6FJX
6FJX-6FJX 90°
6FJX-6FJX
6FJX-6FJX 90°
11
12
13
14
15
1
1
1
1
1
38157
38021
38174
38109
37275
Hose
Hose
Hose
Hose
Hose
.25" X 13"
.25" X 16"
.75" X 38"
.75" X 39"
.25" X 94"
6FJX-6FJX 90°
6FJX-6FJX 90°
12FJX-12FJX 90° -HS
12FJX-12FJX 90° -HS
6FJX-6FJX
16
17
1
1
3269
84923
Straight Connector 8MBo-6MJ
Male Coupler
9367
9-22-04
HP600 PLANER HOSE KIT
24" PLANER HOSE SET #38169
TO SKID-STEER
1
2
3
DEPTH
CYLINDER
SIDE SHIFT
CYLINDER
7
4
8
6
5
5
DEPTH
CYLINDER
17
16
12
18
CONTROL
VALVE
9
11
CYLINDER
CONTROL
VALVE
10
14
13
15
TILT
CYLINDER
HYDRAULIC
MOTOR
9368
9-22-04
HP600 PLANER HOSE KIT
24" PLANER HOSE SET #38169
NO
REQ'D
PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
1
2
3
4
5
1
1
1
1
2
19638
22520
38159
38159
37016
Male Coupler
Female Coupler
Hose .75" X 75" 12FJX-12MBo-HS
Hose .75" X 75" 12FJX-12MBo-HS
Hose .25" X 15" 6FJX-6FJX
6
7
8
9
10
1
1
1
1
1
37236
37599
38108
37421
37804
Hose
Hose
Hose
Hose
Hose
.25" X 22"
.25" X 66"
.25" X 54"
.25" X 25"
.25" X 25"
6FJX-6FJX
6FJX-6FJX
6FJX-6FJX 90°
6FJX-6FJX
6FJX-6FJX 90°
11
12
13
14
15
1
1
1
1
1
38157
38021
38174
38109
37275
Hose
Hose
Hose
Hose
Hose
.25" X 13"
.25" X 16"
.75" X 38"
.75" X 39"
.25" X 94"
6FJX-6FJX 90°
6FJX-6FJX 90°
12FJX-12FJX 90° -HS
12FJX-12FJX 90° -HS
6FJX-6FJX
16
17
18
1
1
1
3269
84923
37017
Straight Connector 8MBo-6MJ
Male Coupler
Hose .25" X 21" 6FJX-6FJX
9369
9-22-04
HP750 PLANER HOSE KIT
30" PLANER HOSE SET #38170
TO SKID-STEER
1
2
3
DEPTH
CYLINDER
SIDE SHIFT
CYLINDER
7
4
8
6
5
18
17
DEPTH
CYLINDER
16
12
19
CONTROL
VALVE
9
11
CYLINDER
CONTROL
VALVE
10
14
13
15
TILT
CYLINDER
HYDRAULIC
MOTOR
9370
9-22-04
HP750 PLANER HOSE KIT
30" PLANER HOSE SET #38170
NO
REQ'D
PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
1
2
3
4
5
1
1
1
1
1
19638
22520
38159
38159
37282
Male Coupler
Female Coupler
Hose .75" X 75" 12FJX-12MBo-HS
Hose .75" X 75" 12FJX-12MBo-HS
Hose .25" X 24" 6FJX-6FJX
6
7
8
9
10
1
1
1
1
1
38154
37599
38108
35694
37805
Hose
Hose
Hose
Hose
Hose
.25" X 17"
.25" X 66"
.25" X 54"
.25" X 34"
.25" X 34"
6FJX-6FJX
6FJX-6FJX
6FJX-6FJX 90°
6FJX-6FJX
6FJX-6FJX 90°
11
12
13
14
15
1
1
1
1
1
38157
38021
38158
37658
37275
Hose
Hose
Hose
Hose
Hose
.25" X 13"
.25" X 16"
.75" X 41"
.75" X 42"
.25" X 94"
6FJX-6FJX 90°
6FJX-6FJX 90°
12FJX-12FJX 90° -HS
12FJX-12FJX 90° -HS
6FJX-6FJX
16
17
18
19
1
1
1
1
3269
84923
37236
38153
Straight Connector 8MBo-6MJ
Male Coupler
Hose .25" X 22" 6FJX-6FJX
Hose .25" X 16" 6FJX-6FJX
9371
9-22-04
HP1000 PLANER HOSE KIT
40" PLANER HOSE SET #38308
TO SKID-STEER
1
2
3
DEPTH
CYLINDER
SIDE SHIFT
CYLINDER
7
4
8
6
5
18
17
DEPTH
CYLINDER
16
12
19
CONTROL
VALVE
9
11
CYLINDER
CONTROL
VALVE
10
14
13
15
TILT
CYLINDER
HYDRAULIC
MOTOR
10428
11-3-05
HP1000 PLANER HOSE KIT
40" PLANER HOSE SET #38308
NO
REQ'D
PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
1
2
3
4
5
1
1
1
1
1
19638
22520
38159
38159
35694
Male Coupler
Female Coupler
Hose .75" X 75" 12FJX-12MBo-HS
Hose .75" X 75" 12FJX-12MBo-HS
Hose .25" X 34" 6FJX-6FJX
6
7
8
9
10
1
1
1
1
1
38219
37599
38108
35694
37805
Hose
Hose
Hose
Hose
Hose
.25" X 27"
.25" X 66"
.25" X 54"
.25" X 34"
.25" X 34"
6FJX-6FJX
6FJX-6FJX
6FJX-6FJX 90°
6FJX-6FJX
6FJX-6FJX 90°
11
12
13
14
15
1
1
1
1
1
38157
38021
38158
37658
37275
Hose
Hose
Hose
Hose
Hose
.25" X 13"
.25" X 16"
.75" X 41"
.75" X 42"
.25" X 94"
6FJX-6FJX 90°
6FJX-6FJX 90°
12FJX-12FJX 90° -HS
12FJX-12FJX 90° -HS
6FJX-6FJX
16
17
18
19
1
1
1
1
3269
84923
37236
38153
Straight Connector 8MBo-6MJ
Male Coupler
Hose .25" X 22" 6FJX-6FJX
Hose .25" X 16" 6FJX-6FJX
10429
11-3-05
E
E
WATER KIT
ASSEMBLY #19216
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
6
8
6
7
6
10
11
12
8
6
7
6
10
11
9
12
10
11
12
9388
3-3-04
E
E
WATER KIT
ASSEMBLY #19216
NO
REQ'D
PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
1
2
3
4
5
1
1
1
1
1
30215
30214
30338
30231
30216
Female Quick Coupler
Male Quick Coupler
Bushing
Ball Valve
Hose Barb
6
7
8
9
10
6
14'
2
1
3
30227
19217
30223
30222
30221
Hose Clamp
Reinforced PVC Hose (Cut to Length)
Tee Nozzlebody
90° Nozzlebody
Inline Nozzlebody Strainer
11
12
3
3
30229
30225
Spray Nozzle Tip
Nozzlebody Wing Cap
9389
3-3-04
E
E
WATER KIT
ASSEMBLY #103031
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
6
8
6
7
6
10
11
8
6
12
10
6
11
8
6
12
7
10
6
11
9
12
10
11
12
10430
11-3-05
E
E
WATER KIT
ASSEMBLY #103031
NO
REQ'D
PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
1
2
3
4
5
1
1
1
1
1
30215
30214
30338
30231
30216
Female Quick Coupler
Male Quick Coupler
Bushing
Ball Valve
Hose Barb
6
7
8
9
10
8
15'
3
1
4
30227
36296
30223
30222
30221
Hose Clamp
Reinforced PVC Hose (Cut to Length)
Tee Nozzlebody
90° Nozzlebody
Inline Nozzlebody Strainer
11
12
4
4
30229
30225
Spray Nozzle Tip
Nozzlebody Wing Cap
10431
11-3-05
E
E
CYLINDER ASSEMBLY
ASSEMBLY #101540
1
2
7
8
9
3
4
10
11
5
12
13
6
9829
9-22-04
E
E
CYLINDER ASSEMBLY
ASSEMBLY #101540
NO
REQ'D
PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
1
2
3
4
5
1
1
1
1
1
1482
6992
52644
101539
89527
Hex Nut
Piston
Washer
Cylinder Tube
Cylinder Gland
6
7
8
9
10
1
1
1
1
1
101537
4637*
4636*
4635*
4633*
Cylinder Rod
O-Ring
Piston Ring
O-Ring
O-Ring
11
12
13
1
1
1
4634*
45262*
4981*
Back-Up Washer
Poly-Pak Seal
Rod Wiper
NOTE: Seal kit #45581 includes all parts marked with an asterisk (*). Parts
are not sold separately.
9830
9-22-04
E
E
CYLINDER ASSEMBLY
ASSEMBLY #89520
1
2
7
8
9
3
4
10
11
5
12
13
6
9362
3-3-04
E
E
CYLINDER ASSEMBLY
ASSEMBLY #89520
NO
REQ'D
PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
1
2
3
4
5
1
1
1
1
1
1482
6992
52644
89521
89527
Hex Nut
Piston
Washer
Cylinder Tube
Cylinder Gland
6
7
8
9
10
1
1
1
1
1
89522
4637*
4636*
4635*
4633*
Cylinder Rod
O-Ring
Piston Ring
O-Ring
O-Ring
11
12
13
1
1
1
4634*
45262*
4981*
Back-Up Washer
Poly-Pak Seal
Rod Wiper
NOTE: Seal kit #45581 includes all parts marked with an asterisk (*). Parts
are not sold separately.
9363
3-3-04
E
E
CYLINDER ASSEMBLY
ASSEMBLY #89535
1
2
7
8
9
3
4
10
5
11
12
13
14
6
9364
3-3-04
E
E
CYLINDER ASSEMBLY
ASSEMBLY #89535
NO
REQ'D
PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
1
2
3
4
5
1
1
1
1
1
1483
50252
5421
89536
77458
Hex Nut
Piston
Washer
Cylinder Tube
Cylinder Gland
6
7
8
9
10
1
1
1
1
1
89537
4645*
4644*
4641*
4509*
Cylinder Rod
O-Ring
Piston Ring
O-Ring
O-Ring
11
12
13
14
1
1
1
1
4510*
45219*
45250*
45389*
Back-Up Washer
Poly-Pak Seal
O-Ring
Rod Wiper
NOTE: Seal kit #45617 includes all parts marked with an asterisk (*). Parts
are not sold separately.
9365
3-3-04
F
F
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
GENERAL INFORMATION
The following instructions will help you to mount your planer onto your
skid-steer loader. The planer uses the quick-attach system for ease of installation. Therefore, if you know how to attach your loader bucket, attaching the cold
planer should prove no problem.
Remember to read all safety warnings, decals and operating instructions
before operating the attachment. If there is any portion of this manual that you do
not understand, contact your dealer.
WARNING! THE 16", 18", 24", 30" AND 40" PLANERS ARE DESIGNED FOR
USE ON HIGH FLOW HYDRAULIC SYSTEMS.
DO NOT ATTACH OR OPERATE ANY ATTACHMENT THAT EXCEEDS THE RECOMMENDED LIFTING CAPACITY OF YOUR SKIDSTEER.
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
1.
Remove the shipping banding from around the planer and skid.
2.
Remove any attachments from the front of the loader.
3.
Following all standard safety practices and the instructions for installing an
attachment in your skid-steer operator's manual, install the planer onto
your skid-steer.
NOTE: It is important to make sure the locking mechanism on your quick attach
is engaged, therefore locking the attachment onto the skid-steer.
4.
Lower the unit to the ground and remove the key.
5.
Relieve any pressure from the auxiliary hydraulic system and after making
sure that there is not any foreign matter on the hydraulic couplers, connect the
power and return couplers to the high flow auxiliary hydraulic system of your
skid-steer loader.
6.
Connect the case drain coupler to the case drain on your skid-steer loader.
Route the hoses in such a fashion as to avoid pinching or chafing.
CAUTION!
7.
BE SURE CASE DRAIN COUPLER IS COMPLETELY ENGAGED.
IMMEDIATE HYDRAULIC MOTOR SEAL FAILURE AND PLANETARY DAMAGE WILL OCCUR IF CASE DRAIN IS NOT SUCCESSFULLY CONNECTED.
Connect the electrical wire harness from the cold planer to the auxiliary
electrical connector on the front of the skid-steer (if so equipped). If your skidsteer is not equipped with an electrical connector and you are using the
BRADCO control handle, connect the wiring harness to the control handle and
place the control handle inside of the skid-steer operator's station.
WARNING! Do not operate the cold planer from outside of the skid-steer
operator's station.
9833
11-4-05-2
F
F
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
8.
Following all standard safety practices, start the skid-steer and run all
cylinders through their full cycle to purge any air from the system. Check that
all controls function in accordance with the operating control decal.
9.
If your planer is equipped with an optional water kit, install the female coupler
supplied to your water line coming from the water tank on the skid-steer.
Connect the female coupler to the male coupler on the planer water kit.
Your planer is now installed and ready for operation.
DISCONNECT INSTRUCTIONS
1.
Center the planer on the sideshift frame.
2.
Adjust depth and tilt setting to "0".
3.
Set cold planer on a firm level surface.
4.
Following Safety Shut Down Procedures; stop the engine and set the parking
brake. Relieve any pressure in the hydraulic lines.
5.
Disconnect the power and return hoses from the auxiliary hydraulics.
6.
Disconnect the electrical wire harness from the auxiliary electrical connector
or the BRADCO control handle and after turning the ball valve to the shut off
position disconnect the water line at the couplers.
7.
Following all standard safety practices and the instructions for disconnecting
an attachment in your skid-steer operator's manual, disconnect the planer
from your skid-steer allowing the mounting bracket to lower toward the
ground as the skid-steer is disengaged.
8.
Connect the hydraulic couplers on the attachment together to prevent contaminants from entering the hydraulic system.
9834
9-23-04
G
G
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
GENERAL INFORMATION
The BRADCO planer attaches to the toolbar/quick-attach mechanism of your
skid-steer loader. Due to this arrangement, thorough knowledge of the skid-steer
controls is necessary for machine operation. Read and understand your skid-steer
operator's manual for information regarding skid-steer operation before attempting
to use the planer.
Check the surface to be planed. The standard all purpose picks can be
used to mill both asphalt and concrete. There are optional concrete picks that
are recommended if the planer is to be used extensively for concrete. These
picks do not perform as well when milling asphalt, especially in warmer weather.
Review the job at hand and determine the required depth and tilt of the
cut and also the side shift position of the planer. Best performance is obtained
when the cold planer is in the center position. Side shift should be used when
visibility is a determining factor such as milling around manholes or when milling
next to an obstacle such as a building. NOTE: Although the wheel assemblies
are standard, they may be removed when distance is a factor such as milling next to an obstacle or building.
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
1.
Clear area of all bystanders.
2.
Lift the planer until the drum is off the ground and start planer rotation.
(Teeth at the bottom of the drum must be moving in the same forward
direction that the planer travels.)
SKID-STEER
PLANER
ROTATION
DIRECTION OF
TRAVEL
NOTE: Mill only when the skid-steer is traveling forward. Do not operate
when traveling in reverse.
9393
9-21-04-2
G
G
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
NOTE: Hydraulic cylinders tilt the planer, adjust the depth of both the left and
right side of the planer individually, and also shift the planer to the left or right.
3.
Increase engine RPM and with the drum turning you can make any necessary
adjustments to the side shift. Do not side shift the cold planer during milling
operation. Once the desired side shift position has been achieved you are ready
to begin. The drum will not cut in a side to side motion. Tilt and Depth control can
both be activated during milling.
IMPORTANT: The drum MUST be turning to make any hydraulic adjustment
to the planer.
4.
Position the planer at the desired starting point. Set the left and right depth
gauge to the desired depth mark on the planer. Maximum depth of each cut is
determined by the type of material, the horsepower of the skid-steer being used
and the size of the planer. It is recommended for maximum performance that you
start at approximately .75" to 1" in concrete and 1.50" to 2" in asphalt.
5.
With the engine at full RPM and the planer rolled back, lower the loader arms
completely down and slowly roll out the planer until the weight of the planer is
resting on the rear wheel assemblies. Continue to exert down pressure by rolling
the loader forward until the front wheels of the planer are on the ground and the
front wheels of the skid-steer are raised approximately 2-3 inches off the planing
surface to assure sufficient pressure for stable operation.
NOTE: It is recommended to try a sample cut until the desired depth is
achieved.
6.
Slowly advance forward.
NOTE: If drum stalls you have been traveling too fast or cutting too deep. Back
out of the cut until the drum restarts (make necessary adjustments) and then
continue operation.
NOTE: If the drum tends to ride up out of the cut, decrease travel speed, be sure
the planer is level (front to back) and exert down pressure until the planer is
riding on the wheel assemblies. For optimal cutting and reduced vibration,
maintain down pressure on the planer with all four planer wheels on the ground
when cutting.
NOTE: Avoid side to side movement while planing as this may cause excessive
drum wear or planetary failure.
7.
When you have reached the end of the pass, stop the skid-steer and raise the
planer out of the cut. Reposition skid-steer for the next cut and repeat steps 4,
5 & 6. If you are not starting a new cut, raise the planer and retract the drum into
the planer housing using the depth control cylinders. Do not transport the planer
with drum turning.
9835
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G
G
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
CAUTION!
Periodic observation must be made of the transmission oil
temperature indicator when planing with high flow hydraulic
systems.
Depending on the ambient temperature and the duty cycle of
the machine, hydraulic oil may overheat.
If indicator comes on, shut off the cold planer and allow the
skid-steer to idle until the temperature falls below 160° Fahrenheit.
If the system continues running hot it may be necessary to
clean any debris from the oil cooler and radiator. Check engine
air filter and also the hydraulic oil level.
Continuous or excessive overheating may cause machine
damage.
SPECIAL APPLICATIONS
LARGE AREA
BRADCO'S independent depth control design allows for continuous milling. Instead of planing pass 1, 3, 5 and then going back and resetting the planer
for passes 2 and 4, the BRADCO planer allows for individual depth control from the
operator's seat to enhance performance and continually mill large areas.
1st PASS
MILLING AROUND MANHOLES
For best visibility when
milling around manholes it is
recommended that the planer be
shifted to the right. The planer is not
designed to mill around tight corners, therefore it is recommended
that four to six passes be made on
each side of the manhole. NOTE:
The more passes the less amount
of manual clean-up required.
1st PASS
2nd PASS 3rd PASS
3rd PASS
MANUAL
CLEAN-UP
AREA
4th PASS
2nd PASS
MANHOLE
OR BASIN
1st PASS
9395
9-21-04-2
G
G
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
DEEP CUTS
To achieve a deep cut the width of the drum, make the first cut at the recommended
depth for the material being milled and then reposition the planer at the beginning of the pass
and reset for double the recommended depth. Example: Make the first cut with the depth
controls set at 2" and then set the depth control at 4" for the second pass and so on and so
forth until the desired depth is obtained.
To achieve a 6" cut of a large area it is recommended to cut the entire area at the
recommended depth and then clear the spoil from the area before making the second cut.
Removing the spoil between cuts will enhance the productivity of the planer and maintain an
even cut.
If trying to achieve a critical cutting depth it is recommended that the spoil from one
cut be cleared away before making another pass. This will eliminate the possiblity of the
planer riding on and off the spoil and creating an uneven surface.
REMOVE SPOIL
AFTER
3rd PASS
REMOVE SPOIL
AFTER
2nd PASS
1st PASS
2nd PASS
3rd PASS
REMOVE SPOIL
AFTER
1st PASS
MILLING TAPER CUTS
When adding to or joining new paved surfaces to existing paving, a taper cut may
be required at the interacting joints so the new paving would appear seamless. See the
chart below for the angle of cut per size of cold planer.
Example: To achieve a taper cut from 0" to 4" over a 4' distance with a 24" wide cold planer it
is recommended that you set one side of the planer at 2" and the other at 4" and the tilt set
at 4° for the first pass. Then make a second pass with both sides of the planer set at 0" and the
tilt still at 4°.
4"
2nd
PASS
1st
PASS
MODEL
16" COLD PLANER
18" COLD PLANER
24" COLD PLANER
30" COLD PLANER
40" COLD PLANER
1"
3°
3°
2°
2°
1.5°
1st
PASS
ANGLE OF CUT PER OFFSET
2"
3"
4"
6°
8°
NA
6°
8°
NA
4°
6°
NA
4°
5°
7°
3°
4°
6°
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H
H
LUBRICATION
GENERAL INFORMATION
Economical and efficient operation of any machine is dependent upon
regular and proper lubrication of all moving parts with a quality lubricant. Neglect
leads to reduced efficiency, wear, breakdown and needless replacement of parts.
All parts provided with grease fittings should be lubricated as indicated. If any
grease fittings are missing, replace them immediately. Clean all fittings thoroughly
before using the grease gun.
IMPORTANT: Avoid excessive greasing. Dirt collects on exposed grease and
greatly increases wear. After greasing, wipe off excessive grease from fittings.
LUBRICATION SYMBOLS
The following symbols are used on the lubrication diagram below. It is
reproduced here with its meaning for your convenience.
8
Lubricate daily or every 8 hours of operation, whichever comes last, with SAE
Multi-Purpose Lubricant or equivalent SAE Multi-Purpose type grease.
40
Lubricate weekly or every 40 house of operation, whichever comes last, with
SAE Multi-Purpose Lubricant or equivalent SAE Multi-Purpose type grease.
CAUTION! SHUT OFF ENGINE BEFORE LUBRICATING EQUIPMENT.
The planer planetary is a sealed unit. If there is any sign of oil leaks please
contact your nearest BRADCO dealer before carrying out any repairs, as there can be
other causes for seal leaks. The planetary uses the Gear Oil (Castrol SP 320) for
lubrication of gears and bearings. The unit holds approximately 2 quarts of gear oil.
The planetary gear oil should be drained and replaced after the first 8 months of
use. Thereafter every 12 months or 2500 hours - whichever comes first.
40
BOTH ENDS
ALL CYLINDERS
40
CHANGE PLANETARY
OIL EVERY 12 MONTHS
OR 2500 HOURS
8
ALL WHEEL PINS
9836
9-23-04
L
L
MAINTENANCE & SERVICE
GENERAL INFORMATION
Regular maintenance is the key to long equipment life and safe operation.
Maintenance requirements have been reduced to an absolute minimum. However it
is very important that these maintenance functions be performed as described below.
WARNING! Never do any maintenance to the planer while it is running. Exercise
the MANDATORY SAFETY SHUTDOWN PROCEDURE BEFORE
working on or around the planer.
•
DAILY
Check to be sure case drain coupler is completely engaged.
Check skid-steer hydraulic system to ensure an adequate level of hydraulic oil.
Check all hardware and tighten if necessary. See Section "O" for Bolt Torque
Specifications.
Check hydraulic system for hydraulic leaks.
Check for missing or illegible Safety / Warning Decals.
Check picks for freedom of rotation, flat spots and wear. Replace worn or
missing picks or any picks that are not rotating freely or have flat spots.
Visually inspect the machine for worn parts or cracked welds and repair as
necessary.
Lubricate grease fittings on Wheel pivot pins.
•
EVERY 40 HOURS
Lubricate grease fittings on cylinder ends and front of planer.
•
EVERY 2500 HOURS OR 12 MONTHS
Change gear oil in planetary.
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
WARNING! Escaping fluid under pressure can have sufficient force to penetrate the skin causing serious personal injury. Fluid escaping from
a very small hole can be almost invisible. Use a piece of cardboard
or wood, rather than hands to search for suspected leaks.
Keep unprotected body parts, such as face, eyes, and arms as far
away as possible from a suspected leak. Flesh injected with
hydraulic fluid may develop gangrene or other permanent disabilities.
If injured by injected fluid, see a doctor at once. If your doctor is not
familiar with this type of injury, ask him to research it immediately
to determine proper treatment.
CARDBOARD
HYDRAULIC HOSE
OR FITTING
MAGNIFYING GLASS
9398
9-21-04-2
L
L
MAINTENANCE & SERVICE
IMPORTANT: When replacing parts use only factory approved replacement parts.
Manufacturer will not claim responsibility for use of unapproved parts or accessories and/or other damages as a result of their use.
PICK REPLACEMENT
Picks should be replaced if you are changing to a different application pick, they
are broken, worn, flat spot or are seized in the pick holder and do not rotate freely.
WARNING! Always wear safety glasses with side shields when striking metal.
Failure to heed could result in serious injury to the eyes or other parts
of the body.
Do all pick maintenance through access door.
DO NOT attempt to check the picks with the planer in a raised position
without first blocking the planer. Before exercising the MANDATORY
SAFETY SHUTDOWN PROCEDURE find an elevated surface to set the
planer on or have a second person block the planer in place before
shutting down the machine.
1.
Open front access door.
2.
Rotate the drum until the pick to be removed is conveniently accessible.
3.
Hold the extracting tool (pick puller) in one hand and place the jaws in the groove
of the pick, with the offset handle pointing away from the pick holder.
4.
Using a lead hammer or rubber-headed mallet, hit the raised pad on the tool until
the pick starts to move. Continue tapping until the pick is removed.
5.
Insert the new pick into the jaws of the extracting tool (pick puller) so that the raised
pad of the tool is pointing in the same direction as the pick point.
6.
Position the new pick in the pick holder on the drum and with a lead hammer or
rubber-headed mallet, hit the raised pad of the tool to start the pick into the pick
holder. (Clean out any foreign material from the pick holder before installing the
new pick.)
7.
Once the pick is started into the pick holder strike the tool pad one strong blow to
pop the pick into the holder.
PICK REMOVAL
PICK
EXTRACTING
TOOL
PICK
HOLDER
PICK INSTALLATION
PICK
EXTRACTING
TOOL
PICK
HOLDER
The pick is properly seated when its shoulder is against the face of the pick
9399
holder. Check to be sure the pick rotates freely.
1-14-04
L
L
MAINTENANCE & SERVICE
CHANGING THE DRUM
Due to the weight of the unit, place the planer in a convenient location with
a hoist available for lifting the planer off the drum.
1.
Remove the right side plate by first removing the two bolts in the retainer and
then loosen the ten .50" bolts on the clamp plates. Slide the right side plate
off.
LOOSEN BOLTS ON
CLAMP PLATE
REMOVE RETAINER
LOOSEN BOLTS ON
CLAMP PLATE
RIGHT SIDE
PLATE
INSIDE OF DRUM
2.
3.
4.
5.
Remove the eight M16 hex nuts
securing the drum to the planetary.
Using a pry bar, pry the drum off
of the planetary and slide out
until the drum clears the planetary. lift the planer off of the
drum.
Install the new drum by positioning it over the studs on the planetary and installing the existing
M16 hex nuts using Locktite 271
(Red) and torquing to 155 ft. lbs.
M16 HEX
NUTS
PRY DRUM OFF OF PLANETARY
PRY BAR
Reinstall the right side plate.
CHANGING THE PLANETARY
To gain access to the planetary the drum must first be removed. Follow the
above procedure for removing the drum.
1.
Tag and disconnect the power and return hoses along with the case drain
hose from the hydraulic motor and plug the motor ports to prevent contaminates from entering the hydraulic system.
2.
Remove the .62" bolts securing the planetary to the planer and remove the
planetary.
9400
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L
L
MAINTENANCE & SERVICE
3.
Check to be sure the new planetary is
filled with oil. If not, fill with approximately 2 quarts of Castrol SP 320 gear
oil.
4.
Remove the hydraulic motor from the
planetary. Scrape any silicone from the
hydraulic motor and apply new RV 10
silicone to the motor to seal the connection between the motor and the planetary. Bolt the hydraulic motor onto the
new planetary using the existing hardware.
5.
Position the new planetary into the PLANER BY UNBOLTING .62" X 2.50"
planer housing and reinstall the .62"
CAPSCREWS
capscrews, flat washers and lock nuts.
Check to ensure that the hydraulic motor is in the correct position with the
ports turned up. Torque to specification
6.
Reinstall the drum as described in "CHANGING THE DRUM".
7.
Re-connect the hydraulic hoses and fittings to the motor.
TAG AND REMOVE
HYDRAULIC HOSES
FROM MOTOR
REMOVE PLANETARY FROM
CHANGING HYDRAULIC MOTOR
1.
Position the planer on its side or in such a fashion that the planetary oil will
not leak out when replacing the motor.
2.
Tag and disconnect the power and return hoses along with the case drain
hose from the hydraulic motor.
3.
Remove the capscrews securing the motor to the planetary.
4.
Scrape the mating surface of the planetary, removing all existing silicone, to
prepare it for the new motor.
5.
Apply new RV 10 silicone to the motor to seal the connection between the
motor and the planetary. Bolt the new hydraulic motor onto the planetary
using the existing hardware. (Check to ensure that the hydraulic motor is in
the correct position with the ports turned up.) Torque to specification
6.
Re-connect the hydraulic hoses and fittings to the motor.
9401
1-15-04
N
N
TROUBLESHOOTING
PROBLEM
Motor on the planer
will not operate.
POSSIBLE CAUSE
POSSIBLE REMEDY
Auxiliary hoses not hooked up
to the skid-steer.
Engage Couplers
Obstruction in hydraulic lines.
Remove obstruction and
replace if necessary.
Hydraulic motor damaged or
seals blown.
Call Bradco service department
for instructions.
Skid-steer auxiliary valve not
engaged.
Engage auxiliary valve.
Insufficient hydraulic flow
from the skid-steer.
Refer to skid-steer's owners
manual.
Damaged quick coupler.
Replace if necessary.
Hydraulic motor damaged or
seals blown.
Call Bradco service department
for instructions.
Oil filter on skid-steer is dirty.
Refer to skid-steer's owners
manual.
Loose or damaged hydraulic
line.
Tighten or replace.
O-Rings on fittings damaged.
Replace if necessary.
Hydraulic motor damaged or
seals blown.
Call Bradco service department
for instructions.
Fittings loose or damaged.
Tighten or replace.
Cylinder seals damaged.
Replace cylinder seals.
Insufficient hydraulic flow
from the skid-steer.
Refer to skid-steer's owners
manual.
Relief valve setting adjusted
too low.
Refer to skid-steer's owners
manual.
Hydraulic motor damaged or
seals blown.
Call Bradco service department
for instructions.
Oil filter on skid-steer is dirty.
Refer to skid-steer's owners
manual.
Drum rotates in the wrong
direction.
Hoses from the valve to the
motor incorrectly connected.
Switch hoses at the motor
end.
Excessive vibration during
planing operation.
Picks are worn or broken.
Visually inspect the picks and
replace as necessary.
Picks contain flat spots or are
not rotating freely.
Visually inspect the picks and
replace as necessary.
Insufficient down force due to
incorrect operating procedure.
Refer to the Operating section
of this manual.
Drum rotates sluggishly.
Leaking Oil.
Insufficient power.
9402
9-20-04-2
N
N
TROUBLESHOOTING
PROBLEM
Excessive oil temperature.
A Hydraulic cylinder not
operating.
POSSIBLE CAUSE
Hydraulic oil level too low.
Refer to skid-steer's owners
manual
Obstruction in hydraulic lines.
Remove obstruction and
replace if necessary.
Hydraulic oil or oil filter in
skid-steer is dirty.
Refer to skid-steer's owners
manual.
Relief valve setting adjusted
too low.
Refer to skid-steer's owners
manual.
Couplers not engaged.
Engage couplers.
Insufficient hydraulic flow
from the skid-steer.
Refer to skid-steer's owners
manual.
Cylinder rod bent.
Visually inspect the cylinder
for damage.
Cylinder seals damaged.
Replace cylinder seals.
Obstruction in hydraulic lines.
Remove obstruction and
replace if necessary.
Blown fuse on skid-steer.
Refer to skid-steer's owners
manual.
Damaged electrical wiring.
Test and replace if necessary.
Solenoid valve spool bent.
Replace spool.
Nut on Solenoid valve too
tight
Loosen nut.
Contaminants in the hydraulic
system and solenoid valve.
Remove spool from solenoid
valve and check for foreign
material. Clean or replace.
All hydraulic cylinders not
functioning.
Hydraulic cylinders only
operating in one direction.
POSSIBLE REMEDY
Remove spool from solenoid
valve and check seals for
damage. Replace if necessary.
Damaged electrical wiring.
Test and replace if necessary.
Solenoid valve spool bent.
Replace spool.
Nut on Solenoid valve too
tight
Loosen nut.
9837
9-23-04
O
O
BOLT TORQUE
BOLT TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS
GENERAL TORQUE SPECIFICATION TABLE
Use the following torques when special torques are not given. These values apply to fasteners as
received from suppliers, dry, or when lubricated with normal engine oil. They do not apply if special
graphited or moly disulphide greases or other extreme pressure lubricants are used. This applies to both
UNF and UNC threads. Remember to always use grade five or better when replacing bolts.
SAE Grade No.
Bolt head identification
marks as per grade.
NOTE: Manufacturing
Marks Will Vary
2
5
TORQUE
Bolt Size
Inches
Millimeters
Pounds Feet
Min.
Max.
8*
TORQUE
Newton-Meters
Min.
Max.
Pounds Feet
Min.
Max.
TORQUE
Newton-Meters
Min.
Max.
Pounds Feet
Min.
Max.
Newton-Meters
Min.
Max.
1/4
6.35
5
6
6.8
8.13
9
11
12.2
14.9
12
15
16.3
30.3
5/16
7.94
10
12
13.6
16.3
17
20.5
23.1
27.8
24
29
32.5
39.3
3/8
9.53
20
23
27.1
31.2
35
42
47.5
57.0
45
54
61.0
73.2
7/16
11.11
30
25
40.7
47.4
54
64
73.2
86.8
70
84
94.9
113.9
1/2
12.70
45
52
61.0
70.5
80
96
108.5
130.2
110
132
149.2
179.0
9/16
14.29
65
75
88.1
101.6
110
132
149.2
179.0
160
192
217.0
260.4
5/8
15.88
95
105
128.7
142.3
150
180
203.4
244.1
220
264
298.3
358.0
3/4
19.05
150
185
203.3
250.7
270
324
366.1
439.3
380
456
515.3
618.3
7/8
22.23
160
200
216.8
271.0
400
480
542.4
650.9
600
720
813.6
976.3
1
25.40
250
300
338.8
406.5
580
696
786.5
943.8
900
1080
1220.4
1464.5
1-1/8
25.58
-
-
-
-
800
880
1084.8
1193.3
1280
1440
1735.7
1952.6
1-1/4
31.75
-
-
-
-
1120
1240
1518.7
1681.4
1820
2000
2467.9
2712.0
1-3/8
34.93
-
-
-
-
1460
1680
1979.8
2278.1
2380
2720
3227.3
3688.3
1-1/2
38.10
-
-
-
-
1940
2200
2630.6
2983.2
3160
3560
4285.0
4827.4
* Thick Nuts must be used with Grade 8 bolts
METRIC BOLT TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS
Coarse Thread
Size of Screw
Grade No.
Ptich (mm)
Newton-Meters
3.6-5.8
4.9-7.9
5.8-9.4
7.9-12.7
10.9
7.2-10
9.8-13.6
-
-
5.6
7.2-14
9.8-19
12-17
16.3-23
19-27
25.7-36.6
5.6
M6
M8
M10
M12
M14
M16
8.8
8.8
1.0
-
-
-
23-29.8
27.1-35.2
22-31
29.8-42
5.6
20-25
27.1-33.9
20-29
27.1-39.3
34-40
46.1-54.2
35-47
47.4-63.7
10.9
38-46
51.5-62.3
40-52
54.2-70.5
5.6
28-34
37.9-46.1
31-41
42-55.6
51-59
69.1-79.9
56-68
75.9-92.1
10.9
57-66
77.2-89.4
62-75
84-101.6
5.6
49-56
66.4-75.9
52-64
70.5-86.7
90-106
122-143.6
8.8
8.8
1.5
1.0
Newton-Meters
-
20-26
1.75
1.25
81-93
109.8-126
96-109
130.1-147.7
107-124
145-168
5.6
67-77
90.8-104.3
69-83
93.5-112.5
116-130
157.2-176.2
129-145
174.8-196.5
8.8
2.0
1.25
10.9
2.0
5.6
M20
-
Pounds Feet
17-22
8.8
1.25
Pitch (mm)
10.9
10.9
M18
Fine Thread
Pounds Feet
1.5
1.5
120-138
162.6-187
140-158
189.7-214.1
88-100
119.2-136
150-168
203.3-227.6
10.9
175-194
237.1-262.9
202-231
273.7-313
5.6
108-130
146.3-176.2
132-150
178.9-203.3
206-242
279.1-327.9
246-289
333.3-391.6
8.8
8.8
10.9
2.0
2.5
186-205
252-277.8
213-249
288.6-337.4
1.5
1.5
100-117
136-158.5
177-199
239.8-269.6
3915
6-8-95-2
P
P
SPECIFICATIONS
COLD PLANER
B
C
A
E
D
SPECIFICATION
DESCRIPTION
16"
18"
24"
30"
40"
A. Overall Width ............................ 64.94" ...... 64.94" ....... 64.94" ...... 64.94" ..... 64.94"
B. Overall Height ........................... 34.57" ...... 34.57" ....... 34.57" ...... 34.57" ..... 34.57"
C. Overall Length .......................... 50.30" ...... 50.30" ....... 50.30" ...... 50.30" ..... 50.30"
D. Planing Width ........................... 16.00" ...... 18.00" ....... 24.00" ...... 30.00" ..... 40.00"
E. Planing Depth .......................... 0"-5.00" ... 0"-5.00" ..... 0"-5.00" .... 0"-5.00" ...0"-5.00"
Drum Diameter................................................. 22.00" ....... 22.00" ...... 22.00" ..... 22.00"
Number of Picks (Full size drum) ...... 43 ............ 45.............. 57 ............ 69 ........... 89
Weight (lbs) .................................... 2150# ...... 2200# ........ 2400# ...... 2600# ..... 3100"
High Flow Requirement .................................................................................. 22-40 GPM
Operating Pressure .................................................................................... 2500-3500 PSI
9410
11-4-05-2
Q
Q
DECALS
DECAL PLACEMENT
GENERAL INFORMATION
The diagram on this page shows the location of the decals used on the
BRADCO Cold Planers. The decals are identified by their part numbers, with
reductions of the actual decals located on the following pages. Use this information to order replacements for lost or damaged decals. Be sure to read all decals
before operating the attachment. They contain information you need to know for
both safety and product longevity.
#40722
#40118
#40149
#40151
OPERATION CONTROLS
#40723
MODEL NUMBER
#40113
#40149
SERIAL NUMBER
TAG LOCATION
#40161
#40719
#40161
#4468
#40161
MODEL NUMBER
#4468
IMPORTANT: Keep all safety signs clean and legible. Replace all missing,
illegible, or damaged safety signs. When replacing parts with safety signs attached, the safety signs must also be replaced.
REPLACING SAFETY SIGNS: Clean the area of application with nonflammable
solvent, then wash the same area with soap and water. Allow the surface to fully
dry. Remove the backing from the safety sign, exposing the adhesive surface.
Apply the safety sign to the position shown in the diagram above and smooth out
any bubbles.
9405
9-22-04
Q
Q
DECALS
STAND CLEAR
STAND CLEAR
PART #40161
DANGER! PINCH POINTS
PART #40149
WARNING! HIGH PRESSURE FLUID
PART #40151
WARNING
WARNING! READ MANUAL
PART #40150
DANGER! FLYING DEBRIS
PART #40719
WARNING!
PART #4468
9406
7-27-04-2
Q
Q
DECALS
BRADCO LOGO
PART #40113
ANGLE INDICATOR
PART #40723
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NON-SLIP SURFACE DECAL
PART #40118
DEPTH INDICATOR
PART #40722
HP1000
HP750
HP600
HP450 HP400
MODEL NUMBER HP1000 (40" PLANER)
PART #407934
MODEL NUMBER HP750 (30" PLANER)
PART #40793
OPERATION CONTROLS
PART #40743
MODEL NUMBER HP600 (24" PLANER)
PART #40792
MODEL NUMBER HP450 (18" PLANER)
PART #40791
MODEL NUMBER HP400 (16" PLANER)
PART #40790
9408
11-4-05-2
R
R
PREDELIVERY CHECKLIST
GENERAL INFORMATION
The following is a list of areas that should be inspected by the dealer prior
to delivery of the attachment to the customer. The customer should check the list
and make sure that the dealer has completed the inspection. Completion of this
checklist will help insure that the customer receives the attachment in complete
working order, ready to install.
PREDELIVERY CHECKLIST - CHECK AND ADJUST AS NECESSARY
1. ______
Visually inspect the attachment for bent, cracked, damaged or
missing parts. Check for any other irregularities.
2. ______
Check and lubricate attachment if necessary. See "Lubrication"
Section H.
3. ______
Check bolts for tightness daily. Retighten after the first eight working hours.
4. ______
Remove paint from unfinished chrome surfaces of cylinders.
5. ______
Run cylinders through their full cycle to purge any air from the
system.
6. ______
Check all hydraulic connections for leaks and hoses for proper
positioning to reduce chafing and binding.
7. ______
Make sure all decals are not damaged or missing and are in their
correct location. See "Decals" Section Q.
8. ______
Make sure customer has the necessary couplers to attach the
power and return hoses to the skid-steer auxiliary hydraulic couplers.
9. ______
Complete and return the manufacturers "Warranty Validation From"
and sign your dealership predelivery checklist.
9480
3-2-04
S
S
LIMITED WARRANTY
All new Bradco products are warranted to be free from defects in
materials or workmanship which may cause failure under normal usage and
service when used for the purpose intended.
In the event of failure within twelve (12) months from initial retail
sale, lease or rental date (excluding cable, ground engaging parts such as
sprockets, digging chain, bearings, teeth, tamping and demolition heads,
blade cutting edges, pilot bits, auger teeth, auger heads & broom bristles), if
after examination, Bradco determines failure was due to defective material
and/or workmanship, parts will be repaired or replaced. Bradco may request defective part or parts be returned prepaid to them for inspection at
their place of business at Delhi, Iowa, or to a location specified by Bradco.
Any claims under this warranty must be made within fifteen (15)
days after the Buyer learns of the facts upon which such claim is based. All
claims not made in writing and received by Bradco within the time period
specified above shall be deemed waived.
THIS WARRANTY IS IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED AND THERE ARE NO WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR OF FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. IN NO EVENT
SHALL BRADCO BE LIABLE FOR CONSEQUENTIAL OR SPECIAL DAMAGE.
BRADCO'S LIABILITY FOR ANY AND ALL LOSSES AND DAMAGES
TO BUYER, RESULTING FROM ANY CAUSE WHATSOEVER, INCLUDING
BRADCO'S NEGLIGENCE, IRRESPECTIVE OF WHETHER SUCH DEFECTS
ARE DISCOVERABLE OR LATENT, SHALL IN NO EVENT EXCEED THE PURCHASE PRICE OF THE PARTICULAR PRODUCTS WITH RESPECT TO
WHICH LOSSES OR DAMAGES ARE CLAIMED, OR, AT THE ELECTION OF
BRADCO, THE REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT OF DEFECTIVE OR DAMAGED
PRODUCTS.
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