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Compact Drill
800
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Operator’s Manual
ORIGINAL INSTRUCTIONS
Read the Operator’s Manual entirely. When you
see this symbol, the subsequent instructions and
warnings are serious - follow without exception.
Your life and the lives of others depend on it!
Illustrations may show optional
equipment not supplied with standard
unit.
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Important Safety Information...................................... 1
Safety Decals................................................................. 5
Introduction .................................................................. 9
Description of Unit.......................................................... 9
Intended Usage.......................................................... 9
Models Covered ......................................................... 9
Using This Manual ......................................................... 9
Document Family ....................................................... 9
Owner Assistance ........................................................ 10
Product Support ....................................................... 10
Preparation and Setup............................................... 11
Pre-Setup Checklist ..................................................... 11
Hitch Preparation ......................................................... 11
Adjusting the Drill Hitch ............................................ 11
Hitching ........................................................................ 12
Electrical Connections ................................................. 12
Hydraulic Hose Hookup ............................................... 13
Leveling the Drill .......................................................... 13
Operating Instructions .............................................. 14
General Description ..................................................... 14
Pre-Start Checklist ....................................................... 14
Raising Openers for Transport..................................... 15
Opener Pivot Stop.................................................... 15
Lock-Out Hub ........................................................... 16
Transport...................................................................... 17
Weights for Tractor Requirements ........................... 17
Transport Checklist .................................................. 17
Opener Operation ........................................................ 18
Lowering and Raising Openers.................................... 18
Loading Materials......................................................... 19
Setting Materials Rates................................................ 20
Initial Seeding Depth ................................................ 20
Acremeter Operation.................................................... 21
Normal Operating Sequence ................................... 21
Dormant Display................................................... 21
Field Operations........................................................... 22
Final Field Checklist ................................................. 22
Parking......................................................................... 23
Storage ........................................................................ 23
Tongue Elevation ..................................................... 24
Adjustments................................................................26
Seed and Fertilizer Rate .......................................26
Planting Depth ......................................................26
Opener Frame Down-Force..........................................27
Spring Down Pressure–All Openers .........................27
Row Unit Adjustments ..................................................28
Opener Height ..........................................................29
Row Unit Down Pressure (Spring)............................29
Disc Blade Adjustments............................................30
Adjusting Disc Contact..........................................30
Disc Scraper Adjustments ........................................30
Seed Firmer Adjustments .........................................31
Keeton® Seed Firmer Adjustment.........................31
Seed-Lok® Seed Firmer Lock-Up .........................31
Fertilizer Tube Adjustment........................................32
Opener Depth (Press Wheel Height) ........................32
Troubleshooting .........................................................33
Maintenance and Lubrication....................................35
Bleeding Hydraulics......................................................36
Bleeding Opener Lift Hydraulics ...............................37
Chain Maintenance.......................................................38
Materials Clean-Out......................................................39
Main Box Clean-Out .................................................39
Fertilizer Box Clean-Out ...........................................39
Small Seeds Box Clean-Out .....................................39
Seed Flap Replacement ...............................................40
Lubrication and Scheduled Maintenance .....................41
Options ........................................................................47
Appendix A - Reference Information ........................51
Specifications and Capacities.......................................51
Tire Inflation Chart ........................................................51
Drill Dimensions............................................................52
Torque Values Chart ....................................................53
Chain Routing...............................................................54
Hydraulic Diagram ........................................................57
Appendix B - Pre-Delivery .........................................58
Appendix C - Option Installation...............................60
Carbide Disc Scraper Installation .................................60
Index ............................................................................61
Warranty ......................................................................63
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of this manual, Land Pride assumes no responsibility for errors or omissions. Neither is any liability assumed for damages resulting from the use of the
information contained herein. Land Pride reserves the right to revise and improve its products as it sees fit. This publication describes the state of this product
at the time of its publication, and may not reflect the product in the future.
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Important Safety Information
Look for Safety Symbol
The SAFETY ALERT SYMBOL indicates there is a
potential hazard to personal safety involved and extra
safety precaution must be taken. When you see this
symbol, be alert and carefully read the message that
follows it. In addition to design and configuration of
equipment, hazard control and accident prevention are
dependent upon the awareness, concern, prudence and
proper training of personnel involved in the operation,
transport, maintenance and storage of equipment.
Be Aware of Signal Words
Signal words designate a degree or level of hazard
seriousness.
DANGER, and the color Safety Red, indicate an
imminent hazard which, if not avoided, will result in death
or serious injury. This signal word is limited to the most
extreme situations, typically for machine components
that, for functional purposes, cannot be guarded.
WARNING, and the color Safety Orange, indicate a
potential hazard 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, and the color Safety Yellow, indicate a
potential hazard which, if not avoided, may result in
minor or moderate injury. It may also be used to alert
against unsafe practices.
Prepare for Emergencies
▲ Be prepared if a fire starts
▲ Keep a first aid kit and fire extinguisher handy.
▲ Keep emergency numbers for doctor, ambulance, hospital
and fire department near phone.
Be Familiar with Safety Decals
▲ Read and understand “Safety Decals” on page 5,
thoroughly.
▲ Read all instructions noted on the decals.
▲ Keep decals clean. Replace damaged, faded and illegible
decals.
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Dealer QR Locator
The QR Code® (Quick Reference) on
the front cover and to the left will take
you to the Parts Manual for this
equipment. Download the appropriate
App on your smart phone, open the
App, point your phone on the
QR Code®and take a picture.
The QR Code® at left will link you to
available dealers for Land Pride
products. Refer to Parts Manual QR
Locator for detailed instructions.
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Wear Protective Equipment
▲ Wear protective clothing and equipment.
▲ Wear clothing and equipment appropriate for the job. Avoid
loose-fitting clothing.
▲ Because prolonged exposure to loud noise can cause
hearing impairment or hearing loss, wear suitable hearing
protection such as earmuffs or earplugs.
▲ Because operating equipment safely requires your full
attention, avoid wearing entertainment headphones while
operating machinery.
Handle Chemicals Properly
Agricultural chemicals can be dangerous. Improper use
can seriously injure persons, animals, plants, soil and
property.
▲ Do not use liquid seed treatments with the 800.
▲ Read and follow chemical manufacturer’s instructions.
▲ Wear protective clothing.
▲ Handle all chemicals with care.
▲ Avoid inhaling smoke from any type of chemical fire.
▲ Never drain, rinse or wash dispensers within 100 feet (30m)
of a freshwater source, nor at a car wash.
▲ Store or dispose of unused chemicals as specified by
chemical manufacturer.
▲ Dispose of empty chemical containers properly. Laws
generally require power rinsing or rinsing three times,
followed by perforation of the container to prevent re-use.
Avoid High Pressure Fluids
Escaping fluid under pressure can penetrate the skin,
causing serious injury.
▲ Avoid the hazard by relieving pressure before disconnecting
hydraulic lines.
▲ Use a piece of paper or cardboard, NOT BODY PARTS, to
check for suspected leaks.
▲ Wear protective gloves and safety glasses or goggles when
working with hydraulic systems.
▲ If an accident occurs, seek immediate medical attention
from a physician familiar with this type of injury.
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Use A Safety Chain
▲ Use a safety chain to help control drawn machinery should
it separate from tractor drawbar.
▲ Use a chain with a strength rating equal to or greater than
the gross weight of towed machinery.
▲ Attach chain to tractor drawbar support or other specified
anchor location. Allow only enough slack in chain to permit
turning.
▲ Replace chain if any links or end fittings are broken,
stretched or damaged.
▲ Do not use safety chain for towing.
Keep Riders Off Machinery
Riders obstruct the operator’s view. Riders could be
struck by foreign objects or thrown from the machine.
▲ Never allow children to operate equipment.
▲ Keep all bystanders away from machine during operation.
Use Safety Lights and Devices
Slow-moving tractors and towed implements can create
a hazard when driven on public roads. They are difficult
to see, especially at night.
▲ Use flashing warning lights and turn signals whenever
driving on public roads.
▲ Use lights and devices provided with implement
Transport Machinery Safely
Maximum transport speed for implement is 20 mph
(30 kph). Some rough terrains require a slower speed.
Sudden braking can cause a towed load to swerve and
upset.
▲ Ensure towing vehicle weighs at least 2⁄3 (67%) of gross
implement weight.
▲ Do not exceed 20 mph (30 kph). Never travel at a speed
which does not allow adequate control of steering and
stopping. Reduce speed if drill is not equipped with brakes.
▲ Comply with state and local laws.
▲ Carry reflectors or flags to mark drill in case of breakdown
on the road.
Shutdown and Storage
▲ Park on level ground.
▲ Unhitch and store the drill in an area where children
normally do not play.
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Tire Safety
Tire changing can be dangerous and should be
performed by trained personnel using correct tools and
equipment.
▲ When inflating tires, use a clip-on chuck and extension hose
long enough for you to stand to one side–not in front of or
over tire assembly. Use a safety cage if available.
▲ When removing and installing wheels, use wheel-handling
equipment adequate for weight involved.
Practice Safe Maintenance
▲ Understand procedure before doing work. Use proper
tools and equipment. Refer to this manual.
▲ Work in a clean, dry area.
▲ Lower the drill, put tractor in park, turn off engine, and
remove key before performing maintenance. If work must
be performed with implement raised, use blocks or
jackstands rated for the drill weight.
▲ Make sure all moving parts have stopped and all system
pressure is relieved.
▲ Allow drill to cool completely.
▲ Disconnect battery ground cable (-) before servicing or
adjusting electrical systems.
▲ Welding: Disconnect battery ground. Avoid fumes from
heated paint.
▲ Inspect all parts. Make sure parts are in good condition
and installed properly.
▲ Remove buildup of grease, oil or debris.
▲ Remove all tools and unused parts from drill before
operation.
Safety At All Times
Thoroughly read and understand the instructions in this
manual before operation. Read all instructions noted on
the safety decals.
▲ Be familiar with all drill functions.
▲ Operate machinery from the driver’s seat only.
▲ Do not leave drill unattended with tractor engine running.
▲ Do not stand between the moving tractor and drill during
hitching.
▲ Keep hands, feet and clothing away from power-driven
parts.
▲ Wear snug-fitting clothing to avoid entanglement with
moving parts.
▲ Make sure all persons are clear of working area.
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Safety Decals
Safety Reflectors and Decals
Your implement comes equipped with all lights, safety
reflectors and decals in place. They were designed to
help you safely operate your implement.
To install new decals:
▲ Read and follow decal directions.
2. Peel backing from decal. Press firmly on surface,
being careful not to cause air bubbles under decal.
▲ Keep lights in operating condition.
1. Clean the area on which the decal is to be placed.
▲ Keep all safety decals clean and legible.
▲ Replace all damaged or missing decals. Order new decals
from your Land Pride dealer. Refer to this section for
proper decal placement.
▲ When ordering new parts or components, also request
corresponding safety decals.
Reflector: Slow Moving Vehicle (SMV)
818-055C
At center of walkboard;
1 total
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See “Transport” on page 17.
Reflectors: Red
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838-266C
On rear face of walkboard, left and right ends, outside
daytime reflectors;
2 total
See “Transport” on page 17.
Reflectors: Amber
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838-265C
On side frames at walkboard ends, and
on front face of front tool bar at left & right ends;
4 total
See “Transport” on page 17.
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838-267C
On rear face of walkboard, left and right ends, inside red
reflectors;
2 total
See “Transport” on page 17.
Danger: Moving Chain (Option)
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818-518C
DANGER
MOVING CHAIN HAZARD
To prevent serious injury from moving chain:
DO NOT operate with inclosure missing
818 518C
On chain guard of Small Seeds option;
1 total
Danger: Cannot Read English
818-557C
On left tongue tube near hitch;
1 total
This decal advises Spanish speakers to seek assistance
from someone who reads English.
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Warning: Negative Tongue Weight
818-019C
WARNING
NEGATIVE TONGUE WEIGHT
HAZARD
Negative tongue weight can cause immediate
elevation of tongue when unhitching implement
To prevent serious injury or death:
Always be certain implement is hitched securely
to tractor drawbar before raising.
Lower implement BEFORE unhitching.
818 019C Rev D
On left side of hitch;
1 total
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See “Hitching” on page 12.
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Warning: Speed
818-188C
On left tongue tube near hitch;
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See “Transport” on page 17.
Warning: High Pressure Fluid
838-094C
On left tongue tube near hitch;
1 total
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See “Hitching” on page 12.
Warning: Moving Parts
818-860C
On front face of gearbox cover;
1 total
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Warning: Clevis Adjustment
838-406C
WARNING
On tongue cross-tube near turnbuckle;
2 total
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See “Leveling the Drill” on page 13.
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Caution: Tires Not A Step
818-398C
On side frames above tires;
2 total
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See Cautions on page 18.
Caution: General
818-719C
On left tongue tube near hitch;
1 total
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See “Important Safety Information” on page 1.
Caution: Tire Pressure and Torque
848-021C
CAUTION
To Avoid Injury or Machine Damage from Improper Tire
Inflation or Torquing Wheel Bolts:
Maximum inflation pressure for tires is 60 psi.
Torque wheel bolts to 120 lb-ft.
848 021C
REV A
On rim of each end wheel;
2 total
Note: On older drills with 838-258C decals, request
replacement decals from your dealer.
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Caution: Falling Hazard
838-258C
On side frames near walkboard;
2 total
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Introduction
Land Pride welcomes you to its growing family of new
product owners. Your 8-Foot End Wheel Drill has been
designed with care and built by skilled workers using
quality materials. Proper setup, maintenance, and safe
operating practices will help you get years of satisfactory
use from the machine.
Description of Unit
The 800 is a towed seeding implement. This drill has a
working width of 7.5 feet (2.3m). The drill has straight
arm, double disc 00 Series openers. The opener discs
make a seed bed, and seed tubes mounted between the
discs place seed in the furrow. Press wheels following
the opener discs close the furrow and gauge opener
seeding depth. A T-handle on the opener body makes
seeding depth adjustments.
Figure 1
800 End Wheel Drill
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The metering system is driven from the left end wheel.
Seeding rates are adjustable with rate adjustment
handles and a Drive Type gearbox for the main seed box.
Intended Usage
Document Family
Use this implement to seed production-agriculture crops
in conventional or minimum tillage applications.
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Models Covered
Operator’s Manual (this document)
800 Parts Manual
Seed Rate Manual
This manual applies to Land Pride drill models:
800
800
15-row 6-inch (15.2 cm)
12-row 7.5-inch (19.1 cm)
Standard 800 Models have a main seed box. Fertilizer
and/or Smalls Seeds capability may be added.
Note: This form sets off useful information related to the
current topic, or forestalls possible
misunderstanding.
Using This Manual
This manual familiarizes you with safety, assembly,
operation, adjustments, troubleshooting, and
maintenance. Read this manual and follow the
recommendations to help ensure safe and efficient
operation.
The information in this manual is current at printing.
Some parts may change to assure top performance.
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NOTICE provides a crucial point of information related to the
current topic. Read and follow the instructions to avoid damage
to equipment and ensure desired field results.
Right-hand and left-hand as used in
this manual are determined by facing
the direction the machine will travel
while in use unless otherwise stated.
An orientation rose in some line art
illustrations shows the directions of:
Up, Back, Left, Down, Front, Right.
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Owner Assistance
If you need customer service or repair parts, contact a
Land Pride dealer. They have trained personnel, repair
parts and equipment specially designed for Land Pride
products.
Refer to Figure 2
Your machine’s parts were specially designed and
should only be replaced with Land Pride parts. Always
use the serial and model number when ordering parts
from your Land Pride dealer. The serial-number plate is
located on the left side of the drill frame below the front
of the seed box.
Record your drill model and serial number and at the
bottom of the Warranty page (inside back cover) here for
quick reference:
Figure 2
Serial Number Location
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Model Number:__________________________
Serial Number: __________________________
Your Land Pride dealer wants you to be satisfied with
your new machine. If you do not understand any part of
this manual or are not satisfied with the service received,
please take the following actions.
For further assistance write to:
1. Discuss the matter with your dealership service
manager. Make sure they are aware of any problems
so they can assist you.
Product Support
Land Pride, Service Department
1525 East North Street
PO Box 5060
Salina, KS 67402-5060
2. If you are still unsatisfied, seek out the owner or
general manager of the dealership.
E-mail address:
[email protected]
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Preparation and Setup
This section helps you prepare your tractor and drill for
use. Before using the drill in the field, you must hitch the
drill to a suitable tractor and also setup the drill.
WARNING
NEGATIVE TONGUE WEIGHT
HAZARD
Negative tongue weight can cause immediate
elevation of tongue when unhitching implement
Pre-Setup Checklist
To prevent serious injury or death:
1. Read and understand “Important Safety
Information” on page 1.
Always be certain implement is hitched securely
to tractor drawbar before raising.
Lower implement BEFORE unhitching.
818-019C Rev D
2. On a new drill, verify that Pre-Delivery items have
been completed (page 58).
3. Check that all working parts are moving freely, bolts
are tight, and cotter pins are spread.
4. De-grease cylinder rods and reconnect hoses if
these steps taken at previous storage.
5. Check that all grease fittings are in place and
lubricated. See “Lubrication and Scheduled
Maintenance” on page 41.
Negative Tongue Weight Hazard:
This drill can have positive and negative tongue weight, which
can work the hitch pin loose during transport. To avoid serious
injury or death due to a road accident, always check that the
drill is hitched before raising the openers. Lower the openers
before unhitching.
6. Check that all safety decals and reflectors are
correctly located and legible. Replace if damaged.
See “Safety Decals” on page 5.
7. Inflate tires to pressure recommended and tighten
wheel bolts as specified. See “Appendix A Reference Information” on page 51.
Hitch Preparation
Adjusting the Drill Hitch
Adjust the drill hitch to match tractor drawbar height so
your drill frame runs level in the field.
Crushing Hazard:
You may be severely injured or killed by being crushed
between the tractor and drill. Do not stand or place any part of
your body between machines being hitched. Stop tractor
engine and set parking brake before installing hitch pin.
159⁄32 in. (38.8 cm)
189⁄32 in. (46.4 cm)
Refer to Figure 3
1. Back your tractor up as if hitching to the drill. Park
the tractor several yards from the drill. Set the brake
and turn off the tractor.
2. Crank the drill jack until the top of the drill box is
parallel with the ground. Compare the height of the
drill hitch to your tractor drawbar.
3. If necessary, adjust the drill hitch to match your
tractor drawbar.To adjust the hitch, remove the 3⁄4in
nuts, bolts and washers. Reposition and re-install the
clevis hitch.
1917⁄32 in. (49.6 cm)
Figure 3
Clevis Hitch Positions
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Hitching
1. Slowly back the tractor toward the drill. When within
a few yards of the drill, stop and park the tractor.
Crushing Hazard:
You may be severely injured or killed by being crushed
between the tractor and drill. Do not stand or place any part of
your body between machines being hitched. Stop tractor
engine and set park brake before installing hitch pin.
2. Crank the drill jack until the drill hitch matches the
tractor drawbar height.
Negative Tongue Weight Hazard:
This drill can have positive and negative tongue weight, which
can work the hitch pin loose during transport. To avoid serious
injury or death due to a road accident, always check that the
drill is hitched before raising the openers. Lower the openers
before unhitching.
3. Continue backing the tractor until the drawbar and
hitch are aligned. Stop and park the tractor. Adjust
the drill-tongue height until you can install the hitch
pin.
4. Install a hitch pin. Install a retaining clip to keep the
pin from working out of the hitch.
5. Secure the drill safety chain to an anchor on the
tractor capable of pulling the drill.
Refer to Figure 4
6. Use crank to raise jack foot. Remove pin and jack.
Store jack on top of tongue.
Figure 4
Jack on Storage Stob
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Figure 5
Lighting Connector
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Electrical Connections
Refer to Figure 5
7. Plug drill electrical lead into tractor seven-pin
connector. If your tractor is not equipped with a
seven-pin connector, contact your dealer for
installation.
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Hydraulic Hose Hookup
Only trained personnel should work on system hydraulics!
Escaping fluid under pressure can have sufficient pressure to
penetrate the skin, causing serious injury. Avoid the hazard by
relieving pressure before disconnecting hydraulic lines. Use a
piece of paper or cardboard, NOT BODY PARTS, to check for
leaks. Wear protective gloves and safety glasses or goggles
when working with hydraulic systems. If an accident occurs,
seek immediate medical attention from a physician familiar
with this type of injury.
Refer to Figure 6
Hydraulic hoses have directional handles and are color
coded to help you hookup hoses to your tractor outlets.
Hoses that go to the same remote valve pair are marked
with the same color.
Color
Hydraulic Function
Blue
Transport Lift Cylinders
To distinguish hoses on the same hydraulic circuit, refer
to the symbols on the handles. Hose under
extended-cylinder symbol feeds cylinder base ends.
Hose under retracted-cylinder symbol feeds cylinder rod
ends.
Figure 6
Hose Handles
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Figure 7
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8. Set tractor circuit for opener lift to float.
9. Plug cylinder base and rod end hoses into circuit
extend and retract ports.
Leveling the Drill
Use hitch turnbuckle to level drill.
Refer to Figure 7
1. Loosen jam nuts
1
1
1
on hitch turnbuckle.
2. Turn turnbuckle to shorten or lengthen until top of
drill frame is parallel to the ground, being careful not
to extend clevises beyond turnbuckle.
3. Retighten jam nuts on turnbuckle.
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Operating Instructions
This section covers general operating procedures. It
assumes that setup items have been completed.
Experience, machine familiarity and the following
information will lead to efficient operation and good
working habits. Always operate farm machinery with
safety in mind.
General Description
Field operations are controlled by a tractor cab hydraulic
lever. When openers are lowered, a mechanical clutch
engages, and the left end wheel drives the seed meter
shaft.
Seed and fertilizer meters operate at a rate proportional
to ground speed, as set by sprockets and/or rate handle,
based on the rate charts, and calibration.
Seeding depth and furrow coverage are controlled by drill
down pressure and row unit setup.
Pre-Start Checklist
❑ Lubricate the drill as indicated under Lubrication,
“Maintenance and Lubrication” on page 35.
❑ Check the tires for proper inflation according to
“Tire Inflation Chart” on page 51.
❑ Check for worn or damaged parts and leaks.
Repair or replace before going to the field.
❑ Check all nuts, bolts and screws. Tighten bolts as
specified on “Torque Values Chart” on page 53.
High Pressure Fluid Hazard:
Escaping fluid under pressure can penetrate the skin causing
serious injury. Avoid the hazard by relieving pressure before
disconnecting hydraulic lines. Use a piece of paper or
cardboard, NOT BODY PARTS, to check for suspected leaks.
Wear protective gloves and safety glasses or goggles when
working with hydraulic systems. If an accident occurs, seek
immediate medical attention from a physician familiar with
this type of injury.
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Raising Openers for Transport
The opener sub-frame is on a dedicated hydraulic circuit.
The openers raise and lower as a group, controlled from
a tractor cab lever.
The following instructions presume that the openers are
lowered, and need to be raised for transport.
Note: If you are not transporting on the drill’s own
wheels, the hitch tongue can be elevated to
vertical to reduce the length of the drill.
See “Storage” on page 23 for folding instructions.
Loss of Control Hazard:
Failure of the hydraulic cylinder during transport causes the
openers to drop suddenly, which could lead to serious road
accidents, injury or death. To prevent an accident, always
install the pivot-stop pin in the transport-lock position before
transporting the drill.
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Opener Pivot Stop
1. Hitch the drill to a suitable tractor. See “Hitching” on
page 12.
2
Negative Tongue Weight Hazard:
Raising openers on an unhitched drill causes the drill tongue
to rise suddenly, which could cause serious injury or death. Be
certain that drill is hitched securely to your tractor drawbar
and the safety chain is securely attached to tractor before
raising openers.
2. Retract the opener lift cylinder to fully raise the
openers. Put the tractor circuit control in Neutral to
hold cylinder position.
Figure 8
Openers Locked for Transport
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Refer to Figure 8
3. Note which lettered (A-E) down-pressure pin hole 1
was previously in use. This is likely to be the same
hole used for the next planting.
4. Remove the pin from that down-pressure adjustment
hole.
5. Insert and secure the pin
position 3 .
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Lock-Out Hub
Refer to Figure 9 and Figure 10
6. Disengage the lock-out hub on the left end-wheel.
Pull out on the cross-pin, lifting it out of the deeper
detents. Rotate it 90 degrees and release it into the
shallower detents. The drive is immediately
disengaged.
Figure 9
Wheel Hub Locked-Out
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Figure 10
Lock-Out Hub Pin
818-583C
7. To re-engage the lock-out hub for planting, pull out
on the cross pin, rotate is 90 degrees, and release
it into the deeper detents.
Note: The cross-pin may not fully seat when released
into the deep detents. It self-seats during the next
rotation of the wheel.
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Transport
Towing the drill at high speeds or with a vehicle that is not
heavy enough could lead to loss of vehicle control. Loss of
vehicle control could lead to serious road accidents, injury
and death. To reduce the hazard:
▲ Do not exceed 20 mph (30 kph).
▲ Do not tow a drill that, when fully loaded, weighs more
than 1.5 times the weight of the towing vehicle.
In the following table, multiply the total drill weight by
0.67 (2⁄3) to determine minimum tractor weight.
Weights for Tractor Requirements
Drill Weight (Pounds / Kilograms)
Drill Model
Configuration
800821275
800821506
Standard Drill
empty
2379 lbs / 1079 kg
2579 lbs / 1170 kg
For Full Main Box Seed Load, add...
material load
+1024 lbs / +464 kg
+1024 lbs / +464 kg
Add for Fertilizer option
empty
material load
+370 lbs / +168 kg
+640 lbs / +290 kg
+390 lbs / +177 kg
+640 lbs / +290 kg
Add for Small Seeds option
empty
material load
+150 lbs / +68 kg
122 lbs / 55 kg
+160 lbs / +73 kg
122 lbs / 55 kg
Maximum Configuration: (Main Seed and
Fertilizer loaded, Small Seeds Installed)
full
4584 lbs / 2079 kg
4815 lbs / 2184 kg
Transport Checklist
Before transporting the drill, check the following items:
❑ Transport only with a tractor of proper size.
See “Specifications and Capacities” on page 51.
❑ Safety Chain in Place (page 11) - Attach safety chain
to an anchor on tractor.
❑ Drill Securely Hitched (page 11)
❑ Openers Raised and Locked Up (page 15).
❑ Tires (page 51) - Check that all tires are properly
inflated
❑ Lockout Hub (page 16) - Disengaged.
❑ Bystanders - Check that no one is in the way before
moving. Do not allow anyone to ride on the drill.
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❑ Warning Lights - Always use tractor and drill warning
lights in transport.
❑ Clearance (page 51) - Know the maximum
dimensions of the drill in transport and follow a route
that provides adequate clearance from all
obstructions.
❑ Stopping Distance - Allow sufficient stopping
distance and reduce speed prior to any turns or
maneuvers. If the drill is transported full, allow extra
stopping distance.
❑ Road Rules -Comply with all national, regional and
local laws when transporting on public roads.
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Opener Operation
Opener sub-frame is on a dedicated hydraulic circuit.
The openers raise and lower as a group, controlled from
a tractor cab lever.
The following instructions presume that the openers are
raised and locked up for transport.
Negative Tongue Weight Hazard:
Be certain that drill is hitched securely to your tractor
drawbar and the safety chain is securely attached to tractor
before raising openers. Raising openers on an unfolded,
unhitched drill causes drill tongue to rise suddenly, which
could cause serious injury or death.
Crushing Hazard:
Stop tractor engine, set park brake, and remove key before
adjusting or servicing openers. You will be seriously injured or
killed if you are caught between raising openers and drill
frame. Keep all bystanders well away during drill operation.
Lowering and Raising Openers
Refer to Figure 11
1. Determine the down-pressure pin hole 1 , (lettered
A-E), to be used for the current conditions. If you
have no preference developed, plan to use hole “E”.
See page 27 for further information.
1
3
2. With the drill hitched to a suitable tractor, retract the
lift cylinder slightly to free the pin 2 in its transport
lock hole 3 position.
2
3. Put the tractor circuit control in neutral to hold
cylinder position.
4. Remove the pin from the transport lock position and
transfer it to the desired down-pressure adjustment
hole. Secure the pin.
5. Extend the circuit to lower the openers.
Figure 11
Unlocking Openers
6. When the lift cylinder has reached the end of its
travel, set the tractor circuit lever to Neutral to hold it
there.
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Note: Do not set the circuit to Float, or down pressure is
significantly reduced.
At the start of planting, stop early in the first pass and
check drill level. The most consistent planting is achieved
when the drill frame is level with the ground, and the tops
of the opener frames are level with the ground.
If planting is unsatisfactory in tractor tire tracks,
see “Opener Height” on page 29.
Check periodically during planting. Drill weight changes
as seed and fertilizer are applied.
Negative Tongue Weight Hazard:
Always lower the openers for unhitching.
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Falling Hazard:
Do not stand on wheels or tires. At higher down-forces and/or
on hard surfaces, lowered openers can reduce wheel traction
or allow wheels to spin freely. This could cause a fall resulting
in injury.
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Loading Materials
Fully loaded with dense seed, the drill weighs an
additional 1024 lbs (464 kg). Include this weight when
checking tractor capability.
The drill must be hitched for seed loading.
Load slightly more material than needed, because
consumption rates can vary between compartments
even though the furrow rates are identical.
Main Seed Box
1
Loading
1. Check that all meter doors are positioned for the
seed size, and not set for clean-out. Refer to Seed
Rate Manual. If loading prior to transport, set them to
position 1 (smallest seed).
1
2. Install or remove optional seed plugs as desired for
the row spacing planned. Refer to Seed Rate
Manual.
2
Figure 12
Boxes Open
3
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3. If loading prior to transport, and calibration has not
yet been done, set Seed Rate Handle to 0. At 0, and
with the doors at 1, no seed can leak during
transport.
4. The main seed box lid handle is also a latch. It needs
to pivot up to release the lid.
5. Load seed evenly into seed boxes.
6. To reduce wear, remove main shaft drive chains for
small seed boxes.
Loading Fertilizer
Possible Agricultural Chemicals Hazards:
Take all necessary materials safety precautions when loading
dusty seed, treated seed or fertilizer.
Small Seeds Box
2
3
Loading
Fully loaded with dense fertilizer, the drill weighs an
additional 640 lbs (290 kg). Include this weight when
checking tractor capability.
1. If loading prior to transport, and calibration has not
yet been done, set Seed Rate Handle to 0. At 0, no
seed can leak during transport.
Load fertilizer after transport if possible. Some spillage
can occur through meters during transport, even with the
drive system disengaged.
2. Take all necessary materials safety precautions if the
seed is treated.
1. Check that fertilizer clean-out door is closed and all
latches are secure.
2. If loading prior to transport, and calibration has not
yet been done, set Rate Adjuster to 0. At 0, no
fertilizer can leak during transport.
3. The Small Seeds lid is held closed by two external
rubber latches. Pull them up and to the rear to
release the lid.
4. Load seed evenly into seed boxes.
5. To reduce wear, remove main shaft drive chains for
main seed boxes.
3. The fertilizer lid is held closed by a spring-loaded
bumper. Lift smartly at the handle to release it.
4. Load fertilizer evenly into fertilizer compartment.
5. To reduce wear, remove drive chain for seed box not
used.
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Setting Materials Rates
Seeding and application rates are independent for all
boxes (changing rates on one does not affect the others).
Rate setting steps, and rate calibration, are different for
each box.
• See “Setting Main Box Seed Rate” in Seed Rate
Manual.
• See “Setting Fertilizer Rate” in Seed Rate Manual.
• See “Small Seeds Rate” in Seed Rate Manual.
All of the boxes use fluted-feed meters. Actual rates
frequently vary from chart rates due to variations in
materials, conditions and application speed. Calibration
is strongly encouraged. It is also wise to monitor material
consumption in the field, both to confirm the calibration,
and to catch any stoppages or other malfunctions.
Calibration is described in the rate setting topics of the
“Adjustments” section.
Note: No meters operate if the lock-out hub is
disengaged. Be sure to re-engage the hub after
transport and calibration.
Initial Seeding Depth
Refer to Figure 13
1. Set opener seeding depth by adjusting press-wheel
height 1 . To adjust, first raise openers slightly, then
lift and slide T handles 2 on top of openers Adjust all
press wheels to the same height. T handles adjust at
1⁄ in (6.4mm) seeding depth change per minimum
4
handle step.
F
2
B
• For more shallow seeding, slide T handles
forward F toward implement.
• For deeper seeding, slide T handles backward
away from implement.
B
2. While seeding, remember:
1
• Keep the top of the opener frames level with the
ground for consistent seeding depth.
• Raise openers before turning. Never back up or
turn sharply with openers in the ground. Doing so
will plug openers and may damage equipment.
• Check periodically for plugged openers and
hoses.
For information on opener adjustments, see “Row Unit
Adjustments” on page 28. For information on
troubleshooting opener problems,
see “Troubleshooting” on page 33.
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Initial Opener Depth
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Acremeter Operation
The acremeter counts shaft rotations whenever the shaft
is rotating - normally this is only with the drill lowered and
in motion. The meter is programmed to display rotations
as acres or hectares, when using all rows, factoryspecified tires and tire inflations.
Note: Unusual conditions and/or non-standard row
spacings can cause the acremeter tally to vary
somewhat from actual acres planted.
Normal Operating Sequence
Note: The acremeter counts rotations during drill
calibration (and if so, can be useful for calibration).
1. Record the acremeter reading at the start of planting
(and after calibration). The large “12345.6” format
display is the grand total area planted since meter
installation. If the display is blank, see “Dormant
Display” below.
2. Lower drill and plant. Acremeter counts shaft
rotations, calculates acres or hectares, and adds to
the running grand total.
3. During planting (drill lowered and moving forward),
the display blanks (goes dormant), but area tally
continues.
Figure 14
Electronic Acremeter
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4. When raised for turns, obstructions and transport,
the clutch disengages the drive shaft, and the meter
counts no additional (non-planting) rotations.
5. Whenever shaft rotation stops, the LCD display
activates after 30 to 60 seconds, and remains visible
for 30 to 45 minutes.
6. At the completion of planting, record the final reading
or the grand total. If the display goes dormant before
you can read it, see “Dormant Display”.
7. Subtract the reading at step 1 from the reading at
step 6 for the total planted in the present session.
Dormant Display
Refer to Figure 15
To conserve power, the LCD display blanks itself most of
the time. If you need to read the display after if has
“timed out” and gone dormant:
• use the calibration crank to turn the jackshaft once, or
• gently tap or wave a magnet at either of the logo
spots 1 on the lower region of the display. Be careful
not to scratch the window.
When active the lower left corner displays the revolutions
per acre for which the meter is factory-programmed.
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Meter Display
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Field Operations
Final Field Checklist
❑ Drill hitched and chained. See page 12.
❑ Seed and fertilizer rates set per charts and
calibration. in Seed Rate Manual.
❑ Lock-out hub engaged. See page 16.
❑ Record acremeter reading if acreage monitoring is
desired.
❑ Down-pressure adjustment pin configured. See
page 18.
❑ Materials loaded. See page 19.
Note: If re-using calibrated rates from a prior planting,
make sure that meter scales are correctly set, and
not still at zero for transport. make sure chains are
in place for boxes to be used.
1. Pull the raised drill into starting position at the first
pass.
2. Lower the drill (page 18).
Crop Yield Risk:
For consistent opener down pressure, fully extend the cylinder
every time you lower the openers.
3. Pull forward at the intended planting speed.
Optimum planting speed depends on conditions, and
is typically between 5 to 8 mph (8 to 13 kph). If
openers are bouncing, or not operating at a
consistent penetration depth, reduce speed.
4. Stop shortly into the first pass and check drill level.
Both drill frame and opener frames need to be
parallel to the ground for most consistent results.
Also check the seed furrow in between the openers
and press wheels, and make sure that seed is being
delivered, and being covered.
Equipment Damage Risks:
Do not make sharp turns with openers in the ground.
Never back up with openers in the ground. Seed tube plugging
and equipment damage is likely.
5. At the end of each pass, retract the tractor circuit for
opener lift. Seeding stops automatically when the
openers are raised.
6. Check material consumption to ensure that it is
being used at expected rates, and that you don’t run
out.
7. Check opener level and planting depth, which can
change as the drill empties and becomes lighter.
Note: Some row spacings have unequal numbers of row
units served by each box compartment. The
compartments with more rows run out of material
first.
8. At the conclusion of planting, raise the openers and
lock them up by moving the down-force adjustment
pin back to the transport lock hole (page 15).
9. If substantial quantities of materials remain, consider
performing a clean-out prior to transport (page 39),
to make a safer load, and reduce wear on the tires.
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Parking
Following these steps when parking for less than 36
hours. If elevating (folding) tongue, refer to the “Tongue
Elevation” topic on page 24. For extend periods of
parking, see “Storage”.
1. Position drill on a level, solid area.
2. Remove jack from storage location on top of tongue
and pin it on post on the top of the tongue as shown
on page 12. Extend jack until weight of tongue is on
jack. Leave tractor hitched for the moment.
Negative Tongue Weight Hazard:
Lower openers and remove hydraulic pressure before
unhitching the drill in the unfolded position. Unhitching with
the openers raised will result in sudden elevation of the
tongue, causing injury or death. This drill has a negative
tongue weight when openers are raised.
3. Lower openers and reduce hydraulic circuit pressure
to zero (Float circuit).
4. Unplug drill hydraulic hoses and electrical lines from
tractor.
5. Remove hitch pin first, then safety chain from tractor
drawbar.
Possible Pinch Hazard:
Use caution when removing the hitch pin. Slight tongue
elevation may occur, even with openers and jack lowered.
Storage
Store the drill where children do not play. If possible,
store it inside for longer life.
1. Plug or cap seed delivery and fertilizer tubes to
prevent pest entry.
2. Perform the drill Parking or Hitch Elevation checklist.
3. Un-pin the rod end of the lift cylinder. Fully retract the
cylinder to prevent rust.
Note: If disconnection not desired, grease exposed rod.
Be sure to remove grease before next use to avoid
seal damage.
4. Disconnect seed and fertilizer hoses at openers.
Plug hose ends to prevent pest entry.
5. Lubricate the drill at all points listed under
“Lubrication and Scheduled Maintenance” on
page 41.
6. Check all bolts, pins, fittings and hoses. Tighten,
repair or replace parts as needed.
7. Check all moving parts for wear or damage. Make
notes of any parts needing repair before the next
season.
8. Use touch-up paint to cover scratches, chips and
worn areas to prevent rust.
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Tongue Elevation
For compact storage, or movement on a trailer, the
tongue can be swung to vertical and pinned up. A
separate stob is provided for using the tongue jack to
support the front of the main frame.
Two or three people are needed for this operation.
Negative Tongue Weight Hazard:
Lower openers and remove hydraulic pressure before
unhitching the drill in the unfolded position. Unhitching with
the openers raised will result in sudden elevation of the
tongue, causing injury or death. This drill has a negative
tongue weight when openers are raised.
Lower row units -or- empty all seed and fertilizer boxes.
An unhitched drill will tip backwards
if rows are raised with seed loaded.
Refer to Figure 16 and Figure 17
1. Move the drill to the parking location or trailer.
9
2. Place a block or jack stand under the hitch, to
support the hitch and disconnecting from tractor at
step 11. The normal jack is not available for this.
3. Raise openers slightly to free transport lock pin
Move lock pin to down-pressure hole “E” 2 .
1.
4. Lower openers and reduce hydraulic circuit pressure
to zero (Float circuit).
5. Move the tongue jack
of the front tool bar.
3
to the stob
4
5
on the left side
3
5
6
2
7
6. Crank the jack up or down until tension is removed
from the pins 5 at either end of the turnbuckle.
1
7. Remove both pins, and the turnbuckle.
8. Operate jack crank until frame is level front-to-back.
9. Unplug drill hydraulic hoses and electrical lines from
tractor. Secure the electrical cable receptacle in the
weather cap 6 . Route the hydraulic lines fully
through the hose management plate 7 .
10. Remove safety chain 8 from tractor drawbar. Have
one or two people support the weight of the tongue
with the safety chain.
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8
Figure 16
Normal Tongue Position
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11. Unhitch tractor, and pull tractor forward.
12. Carefully swing tongue to vertical. Have one person
on the chain to keep the tongue from striking the drill.
13. Using a turnbuckle pin, re-pin the tongue crossbar
lug at the hole 9 in the down-pressure weldment.
9
14. Using the other turnbuckle pin, secure the turnbuckle
to one side of the upper turnbuckle lug 5 on the
down-pressure weldment.
Return to Use
5
Two or three people are needed for this operation.
15. Move the upper end of the turnbuckle from the side
of the down-pressure weldment to the normal clevis
engagement.
16. Un-pin tongue crossbar lug at down-pressure
weldment.
17. Carefully swing tongue forward until pin can be reinserted at lower clevis of turnbuckle and crossbar
lug.
18. Do not remove tongue jack until hitched to tractor.
Figure 17
Tongue Elevated to Vertical
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Adjustments
To get full performance from your drill, you need an
understanding of all component operations, and many
provide adjustments for optimal field results.
Main Box Seed rate is controlled by adjustments for:
• Drive Type gearbox lever
The Model 800 has double-disc 00 Series openers with
depth-controlling press wheels mounted on floating
opener frames. Opener bodies are staggered for easy
soil flow. All openers pivot on a common axis to maintain
consistent depth as the opener frames follow contours. A
spring provides the down pressure necessary for opener
double discs to open a seed furrow. The spring allows
openers to float down into depressions and up over
obstructions. Individual openers can be adjusted to
account for tire tracks.
Even if your planting conditions rarely change, some of
these adjustment items need periodic attention due to
normal wear.
Seed and Fertilizer Rate
Materials are applied by fluted feed meters driven by the
left end wheel. Independent mechanisms drive main
seed, fertilizer and optional small seeds application.
• Seed Rate Handle at box (drill front)
• Feed Cup Door (one each seed tube)
Fertilizer rate is controlled by:
• Rate Adjuster at box (drill rear)
Small Seeds rate is controlled by:
• Rate Handle at box (drill rear)
Planting Depth
Setting nominal planting depth, and achieving it
consistently, is affected by multiple adjustable drill
functions, from greatest to least effect they are:
• Opener Depth (Press Wheel Height)
• Opener Frame Down-Force,
• Row Unit Down Pressure (Spring),
• Opener Height, and;
• Disc Blade Adjustments (as blades wear).
Adjustment
Page
Setting Main Box Seed Rate
SRMa
The Adjustment Affects
Setting Drive Type
SRMa
Coarse control of seeding rate
Main Box Seed Rate Handle
SRMa
Fine control of seeding rate
Position Seed Cup Doors
SRMa
Consistent seed delivery for certain seed sizes
Setting Fertilizer Rate
SRMa
Fine control of application rate
Small Seeds Rate
SRMa
Small seeds population
Hitch Preparation
11
Adjusting the Drill Hitch
11
Frame Level
Leveling the Drill
13
Frame Level
Opener Frame Down-Force
27
Consistent seeding depth
Row Unit Adjustments
28
Opener Height
29
Seeding depth in tire tracks
Row Unit Down Pressure (Spring)
29
Level row units and consistent seeding depth in tire tracks
Disc Blade Adjustments
30
Consistent seeding depth
Disc Scraper Adjustments
30
Consistent seeding depth
Seed Firmer Adjustments
31
Consistent seed placement and coverage
Fertilizer Tube Adjustment
32
Optimal fertilizer placement
Opener Depth (Press Wheel Height)
32
Seeding depth.
a. SRM: Seed Rate Manual: This adjustment is described in manual 313-522B.
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Opener Frame Down-Force
To properly adjust seeding depth, you need an
understanding of how the opener frame, opener springs,
discs and press wheels work. The opener frame
adjustment affects all rows at once.
Refer to Figure 18 and Figure 19
The openers are mounted on a pivoting tube 1 .
A hydraulic cylinder mounted on a floating lug controls
the openers. Springs on the opener bodies provide down
pressure for the opener discs to cut a seed furrow.
A pivot-stop pin 2 is placed in one of five sets (A…E) of
holes 3 to limit the rotation of the floating lug and
thereby controls spring length and down pressure on all
openers.
Changing the position of the pivot-stop pin changes
opener down-pressure across the drill. You can also
change the spring length (page 29) or mounting height of
individual openers (page 29), such as in tire tracks.
3
4
1
Pivot
Point
Press wheels (page 32) are mounted on the opener
bodies behind the opener discs, and perform two
functions:
• They close the furrow and firm the seed bed. To
provide consistent seed firming, the press wheels are
free to move down from their normal operating
position. This maintains pressing action even if the
opener arm lifts at obstructions.
• The press wheels control opener depth. The higher
the press wheels run, the deeper seed is placed.
Figure 18
Down-Pressure Decal
818-827C
Spring Down Pressure–All Openers
The amount of down pressure needed for the opener
discs to penetrate the soil varies with field conditions.
The objective in selecting a pivot-stop pin hole, and a
press wheel height, is to achieve the desired planting
depth while keeping the drill frame and the row unit
frames level with the ground.
Note: The setting of the pivot-stop pin 2 interacts with the
setting of the press wheel height. When adjusting
one, recheck the other.
3
2
1
To increase or decrease all-rows spring down pressure:
1. Raise the drill (to free the pin).
2. Move the pivot-stop pin 2 .
The holes 3 in the floating lug are lettered:
A provides the greatest down pressure and
E provides the least.
Figure 19
Adjusting Down-Pressure
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As the pin is moved to hole 4 for transport, keep records
of what hole is optimal for fields and conditions worked.
Note: To maintain consistent opener down pressure, fully
extend the hydraulic cylinder each time you lower
the openers.
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Row Unit Adjustments
Refer to Figure 20 (which depicts a row unit fully populated
with all optional accessories [except scraper and Keeton®]
supported for use with the Model 800 drills)
From front to back, a Land Pride 00 Series row unit can
include the following capabilities (some optional):
2
5
1. Opener height adjustment: standard
If a few rows need to run deeper, such as in tire
tracks, the arm’s pivot point may be lowered.
See “Opener Height” on page 29.
2. Single Down Pressure Spring: standard
Each row unit is mounted on the drill as a pivoting
arm which allows the row unit to independently move
up and down. The adjustable spring provides the
force to get the row unit and attachments into the
soil. See “Row Unit Down Pressure (Spring)” on
page 29.
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4
7
1
3. Disc Blades: standard, 2 per row unit
Double disc blades open a furrow, creating the seed
bed. Spacers adjust the blades for a clean furrow.
See “Disc Blade Adjustments” on page 30.
3
6
Figure 20
00 Series Row Unit
4. Seed delivery tube: standard
No adjustments are necessary.
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5. Disc Scraper: standard (not shown)
In sticky soils, a scraper helps keep the opener discs
operating freely. A slotted scraper is standard.
A spring-loaded carbide scraper is optional.
See “Carbide Disc Scraper” on page 49.
6. Seed firmer:
seed flap (not shown) standard:
Seed-Lok® firming wheel (shown)
Improves seed-soil contact. See “Seed-Lok® Seed
Firmer Lock-Up” on page 31.
Keeton® seed firmer (not shown)
Improves seed-soil contact, and provides a stable
arm for a low-rate liquid fertilizer delivery tube.
See “Keeton® Seed Firmer Adjustment” on
page 31.
7. Press wheels: standard (choice of types)
These close the seed trench. The wheels also
support the free end of the row unit, and provide the
primary control over seeding depth. See “Opener
Depth (Press Wheel Height)” on page 32.
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Do not back up with row units in the ground. To do so will
cause severe damage and row unit plugging.
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Opener Height
The depth to which the opener disc blades penetrate the
soil is controlled in front by the tool bar and pivot (opener
height), and in the back by the press wheel height.
If the actual ground level is lower for some rows, such as
those in tire tracks, you can lower that row unit by
lowering the pivot point.
Refer to Figure 21
1. Raise the drill just enough to relieve tension in the
down-pressure spring.
2. Remove the bolt from the upper hole
1.
3. Re-position the arm at the lower hole
with bolt.
2,
3
1
2
and secure
Note: No spring tension or position adjustment is
required. The pivot holes are designed for neutral
effect on spring tension (the bolt at the top end of
the spring uses a hole 3 that depends on spring
length, and not opener height.)
Figure 21
Pivot Point Bolt Holes
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Row Unit Down Pressure (Spring)
For planting in tire tracks, and no-till conditions, you can
increase spring pressure on individual or on all openers.
Adjust the spring in conjunction with the subframe downforce, and opener height, to keep the top of the row unit
parallel to the ground.
1
Adjusting pressure at the springs for all rows is not
recommended. Use the opener frame pivot pin
(page 27).
Refer to Figure 22 and Figure 23
To increase spring pressure:
1. Loosen jam nut
1
at lower end of opener spring.
2. Tighten flange against spring tension.
Note: Each 1⁄4 inch adjustment adds about 13 pounds of
force at opener disc (approximately 9 kg per cm).
Do not tighten nut more than one inch (2.5 cm).
Figure 22
Row Unit Spring Tension
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3. After adjusting, lock flange nut in place with jam nut.
The length 2 of the spring is factory-set to:
135⁄16 in. (33.8 cm).
The reference points for this length are the
center of the upper/front clevis pin 3 and
the base of the lower/rear spring stop cup 4 .
2
The factory preset length is recommended for
conventional till and min-till conditions. Shorten it for
rows in tire tracks or more difficult min-till conditions. The
minimum recommended length is:
125⁄16 in. (31.3 cm).
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Disc Blade Adjustments
Opener disc angle and stagger is not adjustable, but
disc-to-disc spacing is, and may need attention as discs
experience normal wear. Spacers must be reset when
blades are replaced.
Refer to Figure 24
The ideal spacing causes the blades to be in contact for
about one inch. If you insert two pieces of paper between
the blades, the gap between them should be 0 to 1.75 in.
(0 to 4.4 cm).
If the contact region is significantly larger or smaller (or
there is no contact at all), it needs to be adjusted by
moving one or more spacer washers. If the contact
region varies with blade rotation, one or both blades is
likely bent and in need of replacement.
Figure 24
Checking Disc Contact
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Adjusting Disc Contact
Sharp Object Hazard:
Use caution when making adjustments in this area. Row unit
disc blades may be sharp.
Refer to Figure 25
1. Raise the openers and lock them with the transport
pin.
2
1
2. Remove the bolt 1 retaining the opener disc on one
side. Carefully remove the disc, noting how many
spacers 3 are outside the disc bearing 2 and inside
the disc. Do not lose the hub components and
spacer washers.
3. To reduce the spacing between the discs (the normal
case), move one spacer washer from the inside to
the outside of the disc.
4. Re-assemble and check disc contact.
3
3
3
3
Figure 25
Adjusting Disc Spacers
26385
Figure 26
Opener Disc Scraper
16163
Disc Scraper Adjustments
To keep opener discs turning freely, dirt scrapers are
mounted between discs to clean as discs rotate.
Standard 00 Series row units include a double-disc
slotted scraper. A carbide scraper is optional (page 49).
Refer to Figure 26
As field conditions vary, scrapers may need to be
adjusted. In damp conditions, lower scrapers. If openers
are not turning freely, raise scrapers. To adjust, loosen
bolt and move scraper as needed.
Sharp Object Hazard:
Use caution when making adjustments in this area. Row unit
disc blades may be sharp.
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Seed Firmer Adjustments
Depending on row option originally specified, 00 Series
row units include a seed flap or Seed-Lok®. An optional
Keeton® seed firmer may be ordered separately.
The seed flap requires no adjustment, but may need to
be replaced if worn, and may need to be shortened if an
optional seed firmer is added after initial delivery.
Sharp Object Hazard:
Use caution when making adjustments in this area. Row unit
disc blades may be sharp. To adjust the Keeton® Seed Firmer,
lower the drill until the discs of the row units are resting on the
ground.
Keeton® Seed Firmer Adjustment
The optional Keeton® Seed Firmer is an engineered
polymer shape that slides down the seed trench. It traps
seeds as they exit the seed tube and firms them into the
bottom of the furrow “V”.
Refer to Figure 27
The Firmer is provided with a preset tension which is
recommended for using the first year. The tension
screw 1 can be tightened in subsequent years according
to your needs. Firmers should provide just enough
tension to push seeds to the bottom of the trench.
1
Figure 27
Keeton® Seed Firmer
26390
Seed-Lok® Seed Firmer Lock-Up
Optional Seed-Lok® firming wheels provide additional
seed-to-soil contact. The wheels are spring loaded and
do not require adjusting. In some wet and sticky
conditions the wheels may accumulate soil. To avoid
problems associated with this, you can lock-up the
firmers.
Refer to Figure 28 (shown with an opener disc removed for
clarity - this task can be performed with discs mounted)
To lock up Seed-Lok® wheels:
1. Pull catch wire aside
1
2
1.
2. Pull firming-wheel arm
catch arm.
2
up and release wire to
Figure 28
Seed-Lok® Lock-Up
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Fertilizer Tube Adjustment
Refer to Figure 29
Deeper dry fertilizer placement may be achieved by
rotating the fertilizer tube 1 to face forward.
This orientation is suggested only if the seed firmer is a
seed flap 2 . If a Keeton® or Seed-Lok® is present,
fertilizer falls on the firmer and may be scattered rather
than placed deeper.
1
2
Figure 29
Fertilizer Tube Forward
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Opener Depth (Press Wheel Height)
Refer to Figure 30
Set opener seeding depth
height.
1
by adjusting press-wheel
F
To adjust, first raise openers slightly, then lift and slide
T handles 2 on top of openers. Adjust all press wheels
to the same height.
2
B
• Each increment of the handle adjusts the seeding
depth by approximately 1⁄8 in. (6.3 mm). The range is
approximately 0 to 31⁄2 in. (0-89 mm) seeding depth.
• For more shallow seeding, slide T handles forward F
toward implement.
• For deeper seeding, slide T handles backward B
away from implement.
If moving the T handle backward doesn’t cause the
opener to achieve desired depth, adjust the opener
frame down-force (page 27).
1
Adjust opener pivot height (page 29) so that opener
frame runs level at desired seeding depth.
Figure 30
Adjusting 00 Opener Depth
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Troubleshooting
Problem
Solution
Uneven seed spacing or Check for plugging in seed cup.
uneven stand
Check if seed tubes are plugged.
Reduce ground speed.
Check that opener discs turn freely.
Use a faster Drive Type and close seed-cup doors to narrower position.
Check if opener frame has too little down pressure to penetrate soil. Increase down
pressure on openers if necessary. See “Opener Frame Down-Force” on page 27.
Check if opener frame has too much down pressure, and rows are not running level.
Decrease down pressure if necessary. See “Opener Frame Down-Force” on
page 27.
Check for trash or mud build-up on Seed-Lok® wheels. Lock up if necessary.
See “Seed-Lok® Seed Firmer Lock-Up” on page 31.
Chain skipping - check for loose idlers and excess slack.
End Wheel slippage - conditions may be too wet for planting.
Opener discs not
turning freely
Check for trash or mud build-up between discs.
Check disc scraper adjustment (standard slotted scraper.)
Check for trash or mud build-up on disc scrapers.
Check disc bearings.
Check opener frame for possible damage.
If opener discs turn freely by hand but not in field, reduce down pressure.
See “Opener Frame Down-Force” on page 27.
Check press-wheel adjustment for seeding depth. See “Opener Depth (Press Wheel
Height)” on page 32.
Check tire pressure. See “Tire Inflation Chart” on page 51.
Actual seeding rate
is different than desired Check end wheels. Proper size is 700-15 LT.
Check for build-up of seed treatment. Regularly clean off build-up.
Check seed-rate setting. in Seed Rate Manual or “Opener Frame Down-Force” on
page 27.
Consider your seed weight. Seed-rate charts are based on average seed weights.
Excessive seed
cracking
Use slower drive type and open seed-cup doors to a wider position.
Acremeter doesn’t
measure accurately
Meter readings are not precise. Acremeters are factory-programmed for average drill
swath, but not particular row spacings. Also, they include a compensation for nominal
wheel slippage that may vary from your conditions.
Check tire size and pressure. See “Tire Inflation Chart” on page 51.
Check planting operation for excessive overlap or gaps between passes.
Check that your acremeter is for your drill. Verify revolutions per acre when display is
active. See “Acremeter Operation” on page 21.
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Uneven seeding depth
Index
Solution
See “Opener Depth (Press Wheel Height)” on page 32.
See “Opener Frame Down-Force” on page 27.
Check that drill tongue matches tractor drawbar height. See “Hitch Preparation” on
page 11.
Chain-debris/retainer
clip
Be sure retainer clip is facing opposite way of chain travel.
Press wheel not
compacting the soil as
desired
Reset press-wheel depth. See “Opener Depth (Press Wheel Height)” on page 32.
Increase down pressure. See “Opener Frame Down-Force” on page 27.
Grain box not emptying Certain models do not have the same number of seed cups between each bulkhead
divider. The compartment with more seed cups empties faster.
evenly
Press wheel or openers Consider soil conditions. Drilling in damp or wet conditions can increase this problem.
plugging
Reduce down pressure. See “Opener Frame Down-Force” on page 27.
Do not back up or allow drill to roll backward with openers in ground.
Check Seed-Lok® wheels for mud accumulation. Lock up wheels if necessary.
See “Seed-Lok® Seed Firmer Lock-Up” on page 31.
Check for foreign material lodged in seed-cup sprockets.
Seed-cup sprockets
locked up or seed-drive Check for build-up of dried liquid insecticide in seed cups. Remove the build up by
disassembling each seed cup and scraping the foreign substance from the turning
shaft twisted
surfaces.
Openers drill too deep
(Bulldozing)
If operating at high down-pressures, See “Opener Frame Down-Force” on page 27.
Reduce down pressure on openers. See “Opener Frame Down-Force” on page 27.
Check press-wheel adjustment. See “Opener Depth (Press Wheel Height)” on
page 32.
Reverse hydraulic hoses at tractor quick couplers.
Openers raise when
tractor hydraulic lever
is held forward and
lower when lever is held
back
Opener frames do not
float over uneven
terrain
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Check that hydraulic circuit is in Neutral.
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Maintenance and Lubrication
Proper servicing and maintenance is the key to long
implement life. With careful and systematic inspection,
you can avoid costly maintenance, downtime and repair.
Always turn off and remove the tractor key before making
any adjustments or performing any maintenance.
Crushing Hazard:
Always have frame sufficiently blocked up when working on,
and particularly under implement. You may be severely injured
or killed by being crushed under a falling implement.
High Pressure Fluid Hazard:
Check all hydraulic lines and fittings before applying pressure.
Use paper or cardboard, not body parts, and wear heavy
gloves to check for suspected leaks. Escaping fluid under
pressure can have sufficient pressure to penetrate the skin.
Fluid escaping from a very small hole can be almost invisible.
If an accident occurs, seek immediate medical attention from a
physician familiar with this type of injury.
After using drill for several hours, check all bolts to be
sure they are tight.
1. Securely block drill before working on it.
2. Lubricate areas listed under “Lubrication and
Scheduled Maintenance” on page 41.
3. Clean any fittings that do not take grease.
4. Inflate tires as specified on “Tire Inflation Chart” on
page 51.
5. Inspect hydraulic hoses for cuts, cracks and aging.
Check fittings for evidence of leaks.
6. Replace any worn, damaged or illegible safety
decals. Order new decals from your Land Pride
dealer. See “Safety Decals” on page 5.
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Bleeding Hydraulics
To function properly, the hydraulics must be free of air. If
hydraulics have not been bled, they will operate with
jerky, uneven motions and could cause openers to drop
rapidly during raising and lowering. If hydraulics were not
bled during initial implement setup or if you replace a
part in hydraulic system during the life of the drill,
complete the following procedures.
High Pressure Fluid Hazard:
Relieve pressure before disconnecting hydraulic lines. Use a
piece of paper or cardboard, NOT BODY PARTS, to check for
suspected leaks. Wear protective gloves and safety glasses or
goggles when working with hydraulic systems. Escaping fluid
under pressure can penetrate the skin causing serious injury.
If an accident occurs, seek immediate medical attention from
a physician familiar with this type of injury.
Negative Tongue Weight Hazard:
Be certain that drill is hitched securely to your tractor
drawbar and the safety chain is securely attached to tractor
before raising openers or unfolding drill. Raising openers on
unfolded, unhitched drill will cause drill tongue to rise
suddenly, which could cause serious injury or death.
Equipment Damage Risk:
Bleed at:
JIC (Joint Industry Conference, 37° flare) or
NPT (National Pipe Thread, tapered thread) fittings.
Avoid bleeding at:
ORB (O-Ring Boss)
Never bleed at:
QD (Quick Disconnect) fittings.
Check hydraulic fluid level in tractor reservoir and fill to
proper level. Add fluid to system as needed.
System capacity for the Land Pride cylinder and hoses is
2 gallon (1.9 liters).
1⁄
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Bleeding Opener Lift Hydraulics
To function properly, the hydraulics must be free of air.
With air in the system, the hydraulics will move in jerky,
uneven motions. If you install or replace a hydraulic
component, follow these steps.
1. Check the fluid level in the tractor hydraulic reservoir.
Bleeding the hydraulics with a low fluid level will draw
air into the system.
2. Lower the openers to the ground. Unpin the rod end
of the cylinder from the floating lug. Wire, block up, or
otherwise safely support the cylinder so the rod will
not contact anything when fully extended.
3. Loosen a JIC connection between the hose and rodend cylinder fitting.
4. With the tractor idling, slowly work the tractor remote
lever as if retracting the cylinder. Continue working
the lever until oil seeps from the fitting. Tighten the
hose connection.
5. Continue working the lever until the cylinder rod is
completely retracted.
6. Loosen a JIC connection between the hose and
base-end fitting.
7. With the tractor idling, slowly work the tractor remote
lever in the opposite direction as if extending the
cylinder. Continue working the lever until oil seeps
from the fitting. Tighten the hose connection.
8. Continue working the lever until the cylinder is
completely extended. Re-pin the cylinder to the
floating lug.
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Chain Maintenance
Initially check the drive chains after the first 10 hours of
drill use. The slack of new chains tends to increase
during the first few hours of operation due to seating.
Thereafter, check the chains every 100 hours.
Lubricate chains any time there is a chance of moisture,
and when being stored at the end of the planting season.
1
2
Chain Slack
Refer to Figure 31, which, for clarity, greatly exaggerates
slack, and omits the idlers.
1. Measure the span 1 for allowable slack:
Locate the longest span of each chain (usually the
span which does not run through the idlers).
Figure 31
Measuring Chain Slack
27264
Figure 32
Chain Clip Orientation
26482
2. Determine the ideal slack:
Long chains (over 36 inches / 91 :
1⁄ inch per foot (21 mm/m)
4
Vertical short chains:
1⁄ inch per foot (21 mm/m)
4
Horizontal short chains:
1⁄ inch per foot (42 mm/m).
2
3. Measure the current slack 2 :
Acting at a right angle to the chain span at the centre
of the span, deflect the chain in both directions. The
slack is the distance of the movement.
4. Adjust the idlers for ideal slack.
Whenever mounting a chain, make sure the clip at the
removable link is oriented to minimize snags.
Refer to Figure 32 (arrow shows chain direction)
Install clip with open end facing away from direction of
chain travel (shown by gray or striped arrows in chain
routing diagrams).
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Materials Clean-Out
Main Box Clean-Out
Refer to Figure 33, which depicts the seed cup door handle
in a normal operating position.
1. Set the Seed Rate Handle to zero (0). This moves
the seed cup sprockets out of the seed path.
1
2. Position a tarp or bucket under each row or set of
rows to be cleaned out.
3. At the seed cup for that row, pull the door handle 1
out of the operating detent range, and swing it down
to position 2 .
1
2
4. Open the main seed box and use a small brush to
sweep seed toward seed cups set to clean-out. If
seed does not flow freely, inspect seed cup, hose
and seed tubes for obstructions.
Figure 33
Seed Cup Clean-Out
26211
Figure 34
A Fertilizer Clean-Out Latch
16376
Figure 35
Fertilizer Tray
28288
5. If a vacuum cleaner is available, use it to remove
residual material.
It is not necessary to operate the meter drive shaft for
clean-out. With the Seed Rate set to zero, nothing moves
inside the seed cups; however, an inspection of the flutes
for excess wear and damage does require shaft rotation.
Set the Seed Rate Handle to 100 and disengage the
lock-out hub. With openers lowered to engage the clutch,
the seed meter jackshaft can be slowly turned with the
calibration crank, while another person inspects the
flutes from the open seed boxes.
Fertilizer Box Clean-Out
After applying fertilizer, clean the box as soon as
possible. Fertilizers often contain corrosive chemicals.
Refer to Figure 34
With a small scoop or can, remove as much fertilizer as
possible from drill boxes.
Clean-out releases material across the entire length of a
box. Have collection equipment prepared.
Release all clean-out latches on the drill, and open
clean-out door. Leave door open until after washout.
Refer to Figure 35
Wash inside of fertilizer box with high pressure water.
Let drill boxes dry before closing clean-out doors.
Small Seeds Box Clean-Out
1. Open box lid and scoop out as much seed as
possible.
2. To recover remaining seed, place a collection tarp
under the small seeds tubes at the openers.
5. Rotate calibration crank or end wheel until no seed
flows.
3. Raise drill.
6. If a vacuum cleaner is available, remove any residual
seed from top of meters.
4. Set seed rate handle to 100.
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Seed Flap Replacement
Refer to Figure 36
To replace a seed flap 1 , use needle nose pliers or
similar tool to grasp “T” top of flap. Pull upward to remove
flap from metal bracket 2 .
Push new seed flap 1 down through metal bracket 2
until flap snaps into place with “T” top resting on top of
bracket.
If a seed firmer is also installed, it may be necessary to
shorten the flap.
2
1
Figure 36
Seed Tube Flap
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Lubrication and Scheduled Maintenance
Multi-purpose
spray lubricant
Multi-purpose
grease lubricant
Multi-purpose
oil lubricant
Inspection
50
Intervals
(operating hours)
at which service
is required
Drive Shaft Clutch
8
2 zerks total
Lubrication: bearing grease
Amount: until grease emerges
Note: Also smear grease on clutch engagement.
31266
Opener Frame Pivots
28289
10
2 zerks total
1 bushing each end,
3 at center;
5 total
Type of Lubrication: Oil
Quantity: Coat thoroughly
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Index
16381
15
1 zerk each bearing, 2 per shaft;
2 total
Type of Lubrication: Grease
Quantity: Until resistance is felt
Note: If Small Seeds is also installed, access these zerks
from below.
Small Seeds Shaft Bearings (Option)
15
1 zerk total
Type of Lubrication: Grease
Quantity: Until grease emerges
18082
Felt Barrier Seals
16381
30
1 seal at each shaft end, 2 total
Type of Lubrication: Oil
Quantity: Soak seal
Note: If Small Seeds is also installed, access these seals
from below or through the end wall gaps.
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Seed Cup Drive Shaft Sprocket
50
1 sliding sprocket
Type of Lubrication: Oil
Quantity: Coat thoroughly
Move the Seed Rate adjustment handle back and forth to
get oil into the square bore. Perform this with seed box
empty, or handle may be difficult to set to 100.
12126
Clutch Shaft Input Chain
As Required
1 chain
Type of Lubrication: Chain Lube
Quantity: Coat thoroughly
Slack: 1⁄2 inch (13 mm) in top span
28291
Gearbox Input Chain
28292
As Required
1 chain
Type of Lubrication: Chain Lube
Quantity: Coat thoroughly
Slack: 1⁄2 inch (13 mm) in top span
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Index
32649
As Required
1 chain
Type of Lubrication: Chain Lube
Quantity: Coat thoroughly
Slack: 1⁄2 inch (13 mm) in top span
Gearbox Bypass Chain
32649
As Required
1 chain:
Present only if any of the following options are present:
agitator, fertilizer, small seeds
Type of Lubrication: Chain Lube
Quantity: Coat thoroughly
Slack: 1⁄2 inch (13 mm) in top span
Option Transfer or Drive Chain (Option)
32650
As Required
1 chain:
Agitator drive chain
Fertilizer drive chain
Small seed drive input chain (if no Fertilizer)
Type of Lubrication: Chain Lube
Quantity: Coat thoroughly
Slack: 1⁄4 inch (6 mm) in top span
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Index
32651
As Required
1 chain:
present only with both Fertilizer and Small Seeds
Type of Lubrication: Chain Lube
Quantity: Coat thoroughly
Slack: 1⁄4 inch (6 mm) in top span
Small Seeds Meter Drive Chain (Option)
32651
As Required
1 chain
Type of Lubrication: Chain Lube
Quantity: Coat thoroughly
Slack: 1⁄4 inch (6 mm) in front span
Lock-Out Hub Wheel Bearings
28069
2-3 Years
2 races
Type of Lubrication: Grease
Quantity: Repack
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Right End-Wheel Bearings
2-3 Years
2 races
Type of Lubrication: Grease
Quantity: Repack
28071
Gearbox
On Repair
The gearbox is lubricated and sealed at the factory.
Under normal conditions, it does not require
maintenance or lubrication.
If the gearbox has been opened for repair, repack all
gears and around shaft bearings using at least 7 oz. of
gear lube, part number 788067.
Keep moisture and dirt out of gearbox. Inspect (replace if
needed) the rubber seals on gearbox drive and shifter
shafts.
Spread a small skim coat of anaerobic sealant
(Loctite® 525 or equivalent) to gear case mating
surfaces before bolting them back together.
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Use sparingly. Excess sealant may squeeze off the intended
surface and lock bearings or gears.
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Options
Seed Box Agitator
An optional agitator can be added to the main seed box.
The agitator stirs the seed directly above the metering
cups. The agitator helps prevent bridging of light, fluffy
seeds and separates soybeans that are sticky with
innoculant.
Description
Part Number
800EW AGITATOR 6IN
175-239A
800EW AGITATOR 6IN W/ DRIVE
175-240A
800EW AGITATOR 7 1/2IN
175-241A
800EW AGITATOR 7 1/2 IN W/ DRV
175-242A
12682
The agitator adds 22 lbs (10 kg) to a 6 inch drill, and
21 lbs (9.5 kg) to a 7.5 inch drill.
Seed Tube Plug (Main Seeds)
This plug stops seed flow from the main seed box above
the meter. Order one per row to be set inactive.
Description
Part Number
Fluted Feed Meter Plug
817-087C
26279
Acre/Hectare Meter
A digital acremeter is standard on Model 800 drills,
programmed for the revs/area of the Model 800, and in
the units of measure typical for the destination. Order
one of the following if you prefer alternate units of
measure.
Description
Part Number
800 Digital Acremeter, acres
891-009C
800 Digital Acremeter, hectares
891-010C
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Fertilizer
These options add an independent fertilizer box, drive
system and fertilizer metering system. Order the Option
number for factory-installation on a new drill.
Description
Order
Opt.
800EW FERTILIZER 6IN
(46)
800EW FERT AND SML SDS 6IN
(48)
800EW FERTILIZER 7.5IN
(46)
800 EW BOX AND FRAME ASY
(48)
Part
Number
The fertilizer option adds:
390 lbs (177 kg) to a 6 inch drill, and
370 lbs (168 kg) to a 7.5 inch drill.
See “Loading Materials” on page 19 and Seed Rate
Manual for rate setting.
32654
Small Seeds Attachment
This attachment delivers the smallest seeds evenly and
gently.
Order the Option number for factory-installation on a new
drill.
Description
Order
Optio
n
800EW SMALL SEEDS 6IN
(41)
800EW FERT AND SML SDS 6IN
(48)
800EW SML SEEDS 7.5IN
(41)
800 EW BOX AND FRAME ASY
(48)
Part
Number
The small seeds option adds:
160 lbs (73 kg) to a 6 inch drill, and
150 lbs (68 kg) to a 7.5 inch drill.
See “Loading Materials” on page 19 and Seed Rate
Manual for rate setting.
32655
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Removable Partition
This partition reduces side-to-side seed flow in the small
seeds box. This can prevent seed pile-up when drilling
across slopes and in other situations where the seed is
particularly fluid. Partitions are sold individually. Order
quantity desired.
Description
Part
Number
RMVBL SMALL SEED BOX PARTITION
123-409D
17028
Seed Tube Plug (Small Seeds)
This plug stops seed flow from the small seeds box
above the meter. Order one per row to set inactive.
Description
Part Number
SML SDS CUP PLUG
133-315H
27407
Carbide Disc Scraper
Slotted scrapers are standard.
Optional carbide disc scrapers are spring-loaded and
require no periodic adjustment. Scrapers are compatible
with the standard seed flap and Seed-Lok®, but not
Keeton®.
Description
Part Number
SPRING SCRAPER ASSEMBLY
121-781A
See “Carbide Disc Scraper Installation” on page 60.
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Seed Firmers
The standard Model 800 drill includes seed flaps. A
choice of firmers is an option in the product bundles, or
may be field-installed as kits. Only one type of seed
firmer may be installed at the same time. Order one
firmer kit per opener.
Seed-Lok® Seed Firmer
Description
Part Number
Seed-Lok®
Series
kit
122-193K
For operations, see “Seed Firmer Adjustments” on
page 31.
26444
Keeton® Seed Firmer
Description
Part Number
Keeton®
seed firmer (per opener)
890-810C
For operations, see “Seed Firmer Adjustments” on
page 31.
26390
Press Wheels
A variety of single and dual press wheels are available,
as bundle options at the time of initial drill order. Kits are
not presently available to convert these in the field. Parts
may be ordered to do so.
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Appendix A - Reference Information
Specifications and Capacities
800821275
800821506
12
15
7.5 inches (19.1 cm)
6 inches (15.4 cm)
Row Count
Row Spacing
Main Box Capacity
16 bushels (1024 liters)
Fertilizer Box Capacity
8 cubic feet (227 liters)
Small Seeds Box Capacity
1.9 bushels (67 liters)
Tractor Requirements
Weight, standard
800a
45 hp (33.6 kW) minimum
2379 lbs (1079 kg)
Opener Down Pressure
2579 lbs (1170 kg)
90 to 180 pounds (41 to 82 kg)
Opener Travel
8 inches (20.3 cm)
Opener Planting Depth
0 to 3.5 inches (0-8.9 cm)
Hydraulic Circuits
1 circuit required
Transport Width
9 feet 8.5 inches (2.96 m)
Opener Transport Clearance
9 inches (22.9 cm)
Swath
7 feet 6 inches (228.6 cm)
Transport Height
5 feet 4 inches (1.63 m)
Length
(with tongue folded)
12 feet (3.66 m)
7 feet 5 inches (2.26 m)
Tire Sizes
End Wheels: 700-15 LT 8-Ply 6-bolt rim
a. See page 17 for additional weight data.
Tire Inflation Chart
Tire Size
Inflation
Tire Warranty Information
700-15 LT 8-Ply
60 psi
414 kPa
All tires are warranted by the original manufacturer of
the tire. Tire warranty information is found online at the
manufacturer’s websites listed below. For assistance or
information, contact your nearest Authorized Farm Tire
Retailer.
Manufacturer Website
Firestone
www.firestoneag.com
Gleason
www.gleasonwheel.com
Titan
www.titan-intl.com
Note: Existing drills at 44 psi/303 kPa
should re-inflate to the pressure
shown above, and should replace
any existing 838-258C pressure
torque decals (see page 8).
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Drill Dimensions
116.5 in.
296 cm
144 in.
366 cm
64 in.
163 cm
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Torque Values Chart
Bolt Head Identification
Bolt Head Identification
Bolt
Size
Bolt
Size
Grade 2
in-tpia
Grade 5
Grade 8
8.8
10.9
Class 5.8
Class 8.8
Class 10.9
N-mb
ft-lbd
N-m
ft-lb
N-m
ft-lb
N-m
ft-lb
N-m
ft-lb
N-m
1
7.4
5.6
11
8
16
12
M 5 X 0.8
4
3
6
5
9
7
1
⁄4-28
8.5
6
13
10
18
14
M6X1
7
5
11
8
15
11
5⁄
16-18
15
11
24
17
33
25
M 8 X 1.25
17
12
26
19
36
27
5⁄
16-24
17
13
26
19
37
27
M8X1
18
13
28
21
39
29
27
20
42
31
59
44
M10 X 1.5
33
24
52
39
72
53
⁄4-20
3⁄
8-16
3⁄
mm x
pitchc
5.8
ft-lb
8-24
31
22
47
35
67
49
M10 X 0.75
39
29
61
45
85
62
7
⁄16-14
43
32
67
49
95
70
M12 X 1.75
58
42
91
67
125
93
7
49
36
75
55
105
78
M12 X 1.5
60
44
95
70
130
97
66
49
105
76
145
105
M12 X 1
90
66
105
77
145
105
75
55
115
85
165
120
M14 X 2
92
68
145
105
200
150
95
70
150
110
210
155
M14 X 1.5
99
73
155
115
215
160
105
79
165
120
235
170
M16 X 2
145
105
225
165
315
230
130
97
205
150
285
210
M16 X 1.5
155
115
240
180
335
245
150
110
230
170
325
240
M18 X 2.5
195
145
310
230
405
300
235
170
360
265
510
375
M18 X 1.5
220
165
350
260
485
355
260
190
405
295
570
420
M20 X 2.5
280
205
440
325
610
450
225
165
585
430
820
605
M20 X 1.5
310
230
650
480
900
665
780
⁄16-20
1
⁄2-13
1
⁄2-20
9
⁄16-12
9⁄ -18
16
5
⁄8-11
5⁄ -18
8
3⁄ -10
4
3
⁄4-16
7
⁄8-9
7
⁄8-14
250
185
640
475
905
670
M24 X 3
480
355
760
560
1050
1-8
340
250
875
645
1230
910
M24 X 2
525
390
830
610
1150
845
1-12
370
275
955
705
1350
995
M30 X 3.5
960
705
1510
1120
2100
1550
11⁄8-7
480
355
1080
795
1750
1290
M30 X 2
1060
785
1680
1240
2320
1710
11⁄8-12
11⁄4-7
11⁄4-12
13⁄8-6
13⁄8-12
11⁄2-6
11⁄2-12
540
395
1210
890
1960
1440
M36 X 3.5
1730
1270
2650
1950
3660
2700
680
500
1520
1120
2460
1820
M36 X 2
1880
1380
2960
2190
4100
3220
750
555
1680
1240
2730
2010
890
655
1990
1470
3230
2380
a. in-tpi = nominal thread diameter in inches-threads per inch
1010
745
2270
1670
3680
2710
b. N· m = newton-meters
1180
870
2640
1950
4290
3160
c. mm x pitch = nominal thread diameter in mm x thread pitch
1330
980
2970
2190
4820
3560
d. ft-lb = foot pounds
Torque tolerance + 0%, -15% of torquing values. Unless otherwise specified use torque values listed above.
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Chain Routing
Striped arrows show chain direction.
“T” callouts show sprocket and idler tooth counts.
“P” callout show chain pitch count.
Idler callouts (circles) reference slack for longest chain span.
End Wheel to Gearbox
End Wheel to Clutch Input slack 1 : 1 inch (2.4 cm)
Clutch Output to Gearbox Input slack 2 : 1⁄4 inch (6 mm)
25T
1
19T
152P
25T
2
19T
62P
Figure 37
Chain Routing: End Wheel to Gearbox
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Accessory Jackshaft and Agitator
With Fertilizer, see Figure 42. With Small Seeds, see Figure 39. With both, see Figure 42.
Gearbox Bypass to Accessory Jackshaft slack 4 : 3⁄8 inch (9 mm)
Accessory Jackshaft to Agitator slack 5 : 1⁄4 inch (6 cm)
70P
22T
35T
76P
19T
12T
4
54
5
Figure 38
Chain Routing: Accessory Jackshaft and Agitator (w/o Option Boxes)
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Gearbox to Main Seed Meters / Agitator w/ Small Seeds
For Small Seeds Jackshaft to Small Seed Meter Shaft, see Figure 41.
Gearbox Output to Seed Meter Drive Shaft slack 3 : 3⁄8 inch (9 mm)
Accessory Jackshaft to Small Seeds Jackshaft slack 4 : 1⁄2 inch (13 mm)
35T
89P
12T
17T
12T
15T
4
96P
3
Figure 39
Chain Routing: Gearbox to Main Box Meter Shaft / Agitator with Small Seeds
28303
Fertilizer (only) Chains
With Agitator, Small Seeds, or both, see Figure 42.
Accessory Jackshaft to Fertilizer Jackshaft slack
Fertilizer slack 6 : 1⁄4 inch (6 mm)
5:
1 inch (2.5 cm)
30T
12T
96P
17T
12T
6
55P
5
Figure 40
Chain Routing: Fertilizer (w/o Small Seeds or Agitator)
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Small Seeds (only) Chains
With Fertilizer, Small Seeds Jackshaft Input chain is from Fertilizer Jackshaft, see Figure 42.
With Fertilizer and Agitator, see also Figure 42.
Accessory Jackshaft to Small Seeds Jackshaft slack 5 : 1 inch (2.5 cm)
Small Seeds Jackshaft to Meter Shaft slack 7 : 1⁄4 inch (6 mm)
27T
60P
96P
17T
12T
12T
7
17T
5
Figure 41
Chain Routing: Small Seeds (w/o Fertilizer or Agitator)
28306
Fertilizer to Small Seeds / Fertilizer + Agitator Chain Routing
For Accessory Jackshaft to Fertilizer, see Figure 40.
For Fertilizer Jackshaft to Fertilizer Meter, see Figure 40.
For Small Seeds Jackshaft to Small Seeds Meter, see Figure 41.
Fertilizer Jackshaft to Small Seeds Jackshaft slack 8 : 1⁄2 inch (13 mm)
Accessory Jackshaft to Agitator and Fertilizer 9 : 3⁄8 inch (9 mm)
79P
17T
12T
35T
96P
17T
17T
8
56
9
Figure 42
Chain Routing: Small Seeds (w/o Fertilizer or Agitator)
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Hydraulic Diagram
Opener Lift
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Appendix B - Pre-Delivery
Deploy Tongue
The hitch tongue is elevated for shipment. Review
“Tongue Elevation” on page 24. Set tongue to normal
operating position per “Return to Use” on page 25.
Note: The tongue turnbuckle is shipped inside a seed
box, and not pinned to the down-pressure
weldment as for storage.
Attach Meter Hoses at Rows
All meter hoses are shipped disconnected at the row
units. Clamps are shipped inside a seed box. The opener
frame has openings for up to three material hoses:
• The forward hole f is always used for the seed
delivery tube for the main seed box.
• The rear hole r is used for Fertilizer, or if no Fertilizer
is installed, for Small Seeds.
• The side tube s is used for Small Seeds if Fertilizer is
also installed.
Start with the left row unit (row 1). For each row:
Refer to Figure 43
Main Seed Hose
Select one:
Note: These items are normally completed by the dealer
prior to delivery.
30
34
16
33
34
16 800-268C SINGLE WIRE HOSE CLAMP #23
Open the clamp 16 . Place it onto the outlet end of the
hose 30 , up against the ribs. Slide the outlet end of the
hose fully onto the seed tube inlet at the forward row unit
opening f . Move the clamp to just below the raised lip of
the seed tube inlet.
17
f
r
Fertilizer Hose
Select one:
15 800-008C CLAMP HOSE 1 1/2 NO. 24
Open the clamp 15 . Place it onto the outlet end of the
hose 33 , up against the ribs. Slide the outlet end of the
15
17
hose fully onto the fertilizer tube inlet at the rear row unit
opening r . Move clamp to halfway onto the hose neck.
Small Seeds Hose
Select one:
36
s
17 800-321C HOSE CLAMP NO.12 3/4 ID
Open the clamp 17 . Place it onto the outlet end of the
hose 34 , up against the ribs. Slide the outlet end of the
hose fully onto the small seeds tube inlet at the rear row
unit opening r or side tube s . Move the clamp to
halfway onto the hose neck.
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Install SMV Reflector
Refer to Figure 44
The SMV reflector 38 is shipped pre-assembled to the
mount 11 , but mounted inverted on the walkboard. The
SMV must be repositioned to upright to prevent contact
with row units during operation.
11
38
Remove and save two sets:
22 802-092C RHSNB 5/16-18X3/4 GR5
27 804-009C WASHER LOCK SPRING 5/16 PLT
24 803-008C NUT HEX 5/16-18 PLT
Orient the reflector assembly 38 upright, and red/orange
reflective side to rear. Secure mount 11 to walkboard
with bolts 22 , lock washers 27 and nuts 24 .
22
Figure 44
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Appendix C - Option Installation
Carbide Disc Scraper Installation
These instructions apply to an installation of scraper kit
part number 121-781A.
25
Optional carbide disc scrapers are not factory installed.
Start with row 1 (left-most row unit):
29
7. Remove one or both disc blades to gain safe access
to the mount 1 . Note the position of bushings and
spacers for correct re-assembly (page 30).
43
8. Remove the existing slotted scraper.
Refer to Figure 45
9. Select one:
28
21 802-079C HHCS 3/8-16X1 1/4 GR5
1
Seed-Lok®
If
is present, or also being mounted,
also select one:
21
44
U
29 804-013C WASHER LOCK SPRING 3/8 PLT
Place the lock washer 29 on the bolt 21 (because
F
R
the nut is not used).
L
B
D
10. Select one:
41
42
28 804-012C WASHER FLAT 3/8 SAE PLT
Figure 45
Carbide Disc Scraper Installation
Place this flat washer on the bolt.
11. Select one:
19000
890-357C SCRAPER-SPRING LOAD-AIR DESIGN
If the blades were not completely pre-assembled,
select one each:
41
42
44
43
K7090
K7091
K7096
K7093
AIR DESIGN
AIR DESIGN
SPACER AND
AIR DESIGN
SCRAPER LH SIDE
SCRAPER RH SIDE
WASHER ASSEMBLY
SCRAPER 15LB SPRING
Nest one side ( 41 , 42 ) behind the other. Connect the
spring 43 between the sides, using the small top
holes. Insert the spacer 44 from the front, with the
narrow raised center to the rear (in the large blade
holes).
12. Insert the bolt through the scraper blades ( 41 ,
and spacer 44 .
42 )
13. If no Seed-Lok® is present, select one each:
29 804-013C WASHER LOCK SPRING 3/8 PLT
25 803-014C NUT HEX 3/8-16 PLT
Secure the scraper assembly to the scraper
mount 1 using the lock washer 29 and nut 25 .
If a Seed-Lok® is present (not shown), secure the
scraper assembly to the Seed-Lok®, using a
threaded hole present in the Seed-Lok®. The hex nut
is 25 unused.
14. Re-mount the removed disc blade.
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Index
A
accident, hydraulic ............................. 2
acremeter ......................................... 47
acremeter, operation ........................ 21
acres ................................................ 47
address ............................................ 10
adjustment items .............................. 26
A-E holes ................................ 18, 27
agitator .................................... 47, 54
amber reflector ................................... 5
B
back up ................................... 20, 22
blades, opener ................................. 30
bleeding hydraulics ................. 36, 37
blue .................................................. 13
bounce, opener ................................ 22
C
capacities ......................................... 51
capacity, hydraulic system ............... 36
carbide scraper ...............28, 30, 49
CAUTION, defined ............................. 1
chain ....................................... 38, 54
chain clip .......................................... 38
chain routing .................................... 54
chain, safety ....................................... 3
checklists
field operations ........................... 22
pre-setup .................................... 11
pre-start ...................................... 14
transport ..................................... 17
chemicals ........................................... 2
children ..................................... 3, 23
clean-out ............................................ 2
clean-out door .................................. 19
clean-out, fertilizer ............................ 39
clean-out, main box .......................... 39
clean-out, meters ............................. 19
clean-out, small seeds ..................... 39
clevis, hitch ....................................... 11
clip, chain ......................................... 38
clothing ............................................... 2
clutch operation ................................ 14
color code ........................................ 13
connections, electrical ...................... 12
consumption ..................................... 22
containers .......................................... 2
customer service .............................. 10
D
DANGER, defined .............................. 1
daytime reflector ................................ 6
dealer locator ..................................... 1
decal replacement .............................. 5
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caution
falling ...................................... 8
general ................................... 8
no step ................................... 8
tires ........................................ 8
danger
chain ...................................... 6
Spanish .................................. 6
warning
clevis ...................................... 7
hydraulic ................................. 7
moving parts .......................... 7
speed ..................................... 7
tongue weight ......................... 6
decal, safety ....................................... 5
depth, inconsistent ........................... 22
description, drill ................................. 9
directions ........................................... 9
disc scrapers ................................... 30
disposal ............................................. 2
door, fertilizer clean-out ................... 39
dormant display, acremeter ............. 21
down pressure, openers .................. 27
down-pressure ................................. 18
drill weight ........................................ 17
E
electrical connections ...................... 12
extended-cylinder ............................ 13
F
Fertilizer ............................................. 9
fertilizer clean-out ............................ 39
fertilizer drive ................................... 48
fertilizer lid ....................................... 19
fertilizer loading ............................... 19
Fertilizer, option weight .................... 17
fire ...................................................... 1
firmers, seed .................................... 50
fumes ................................................. 4
G
gearbox ............................................ 46
H
handle, hose .................................... 13
handle, seed cup ............................. 39
handle, seed rate ............................. 19
headphones ....................................... 2
hearing ............................................... 2
hectares ........................................... 47
height, press wheel .......................... 20
High Pressure Fluids ......................... 2
hitch ................................................. 11
hitch turnbuckle ............................... 13
hitching ....................................11, 12
hitching, required ............................. 19
holes A-E .................................18, 27
hookup, hydraulic ............................. 13
hose handle ..................................... 13
hub, lock-up ..................................... 16
hydraulic .......................................... 13
hydraulic bleeding ............................ 36
hydraulic fluid capacity ..................... 36
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scraper .......................................60
intended usage ...................................9
J
jack ................................. 11, 23, 24
jack, tongue ......................................12
JIC ....................................................36
K
Keeton ..................................... 31, 50
kph, planting .....................................22
K7090, LH scraper ...........................60
K7091, RH scraper ...........................60
K7092, spacer ..................................60
K7093, spring ...................................60
L
latches, fertilizer clean-out ................39
LCD, acremeter ................................21
leaks ................................. 2, 14, 36
left-hand, defined ...............................9
level ..................................................22
Leveling ............................................13
lid, fertilizer .......................................19
lid, main box .....................................19
lid, small seeds .................................19
lift cylinders ......................................13
lights .......................................... 3, 12
liquid treatments .................................2
loading fertilizer ................................19
loading materials ..............................19
loading small seeds ..........................19
lock pin .............................................24
lock-out hub ............................. 16, 20
lock-up, Seed-Lok ............................31
lock, transport ...................................15
Loctite 525 ........................................46
lowering openers ..............................18
lubrication .........................................41
M
main box lid ......................................19
main seed clean-out .........................39
maintenance safety ............................4
manuals ..............................................9
meter, area .......................................47
models, drill ........................................9
mph, planting ....................................22
N
negative tongue weight 11, 12, 23,
24
Note, defined ......................................9
NOTICE, defined ................................9
NPT ..................................................36
O
opener frame ........................... 18, 27
opener height ...................................29
opener lift/lower ................................15
opener operation ..............................18
opener springs .................................29
ORB .................................................36
orientation rose ..................................9
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owners manual ................................... 9
P
parking ............................................. 23
partition, small seeds ....................... 49
parts ................................................. 10
parts manual ............................... 1, 9
pest control ...................................... 23
pin, down-pressure .......................... 18
pin, pivot-stop .......................... 15, 27
pivot-stop ......................................... 15
pivot-stop pin .................................... 27
planting depth, factors ...................... 26
planting speed ................................. 22
plug, main seed ............................... 47
plug, small seeds ............................. 49
press wheel height ........................... 32
press-wheel height ........................... 20
protective equipment .......................... 2
Q
QD ................................................... 36
QR Code ............................................ 1
R
raising openers ................................ 18
red reflector ........................................ 5
reflector
amber ........................................... 5
daytime ........................................ 6
red ................................................ 5
SMV ............................................. 5
reflectors, safety ................................. 5
repair parts ....................................... 10
retracted-cylinder ............................. 13
riders .................................................. 3
right-hand, defined ............................. 9
rose, orientation ................................. 9
row unit ............................................ 28
rubber latch ...................................... 19
S
safety chain ........................................ 3
safety decal ........................................ 5
safety information
decals ........................................... 5
safety symbol ..................................... 1
scraper ............................................. 30
scraper installation ........................... 60
scrapers ........................................... 60
scrapers, carbide ............................. 49
scraper, carbide ...................... 28, 30
seed box agitator ............................. 47
seed cup door .................................. 39
seed depth ....................................... 32
seed firmers ............................ 31, 50
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seed flap ..................................31, 40
seed hose .........................................58
seed loading .....................................19
seed plug .................................47, 49
seed rate manual ................................9
seeding depth ...................................20
Seed-Lok ........................ 31, 50, 60
serial number ....................................10
service ..............................................10
shutdown ............................................3
slack, chain .......................................38
Slow Moving Vehicle ...........................5
small seeds ......................................48
small seeds clean-out .......................39
Small Seeds lid .................................19
small seeds loading ..........................19
small seeds, weight ..........................17
smoke .................................................2
SMV ..................................................59
SMV (Slow Moving Vehicle) ...............5
soybeans ..........................................47
spacing, opener disk ........................30
specifications ....................................51
speed limits ......................................17
speed, planting .................................22
spring pressure .................................29
storage .......................................3, 23
support .............................................10
swing tongue ....................................25
symbol, cylinder ................................13
symbol, safety .....................................1
T
T handle ...........................................32
T handles ..........................................20
tension screw, Keeton .......................31
tire tracks ..........................................29
tires ............................................4, 51
tongue ..............................................24
tongue jack .......................................12
tractor weight, minimum ...................17
transport ..................................17, 19
transport lock ....................................15
transport speed ..................................3
turnbuckle .........................................24
turns .................................................20
V
vertical, tongue .................................24
W
WARNING, defined ............................1
warranty ............................................63
weight, drill .......................................17
welding ...............................................4
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(41), small seeds .............................. 48
(46), fertilizer .................................... 48
(48), fertilizer .................................... 48
(48), small seeds .............................. 48
Numerics
00 Series .......................................... 28
121-781A, scraper ............................ 49
122-193K, Seed-Lok ........................ 50
123-409D, partition ........................... 49
133-315H, plug ................................. 49
175-239A, agitator ............................ 47
175-240A, agitator ............................ 47
175-241A, agitator ............................ 47
175-242A, agitator ............................ 47
20 mph ............................................... 3
30 kph ................................................ 3
313-519M, manual ............................. 9
313-519P, manual .............................. 9
313-522B, manual .............................. 9
525, Loctite ....................................... 46
788067, gear lube ............................ 46
800 Models ......................................... 9
802-079C, bolt .................................. 60
802-092C, bolt .................................. 59
803-008C, nut .................................. 59
803-014C, nut .................................. 60
804-009C, washer ............................ 59
804-012C, washer ............................ 60
804-013C, lock washer ..................... 60
804-013C, washer ............................ 60
817-087C, seed plug ........................ 47
818-019C, decal ................................. 6
818-055C, reflector ............................ 5
818-094C, decal ................................. 7
818-188C, decal ................................. 7
818-398C, decal ................................. 8
818-518C, decal ................................. 6
818-557C, decal ................................. 6
818-583C,decal ................................ 16
818-719C, decal ................................. 8
818-827C, decal ............................... 27
818-860C, decal ................................. 7
838-265C, reflector ..................... 5, 6
838-266C, reflector ............................ 5
838-361C, decal ................................. 8
838-406C, decal ................................. 7
848-021C, decal ................................. 8
890-357C, scraper ........................... 60
890-810C, Keeton ............................ 50
891-009C, acremeter ....................... 47
891-010C, hectare meter ................. 47
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Warranty
Land Pride warrants to the original purchaser that this seeding
equipment will be free from defects in material and workmanship for a
period of one year from the date of original purchase when used as
intended and under normal service and conditions for personal use;
90 days for commercial or rental purposes. This Warranty is limited to
the replacement of any defective part by Land Pride and the
installation by the dealer of any such replacement part. Land Pride
reserves the right to inspect any equipment or part which are claimed
to have been defective in material or workmanship.
This Warranty does not apply to any part or product which in Land
Pride's judgement shall have been misused or damaged by accident
or lack of normal maintenance or care, or which has been repaired or
altered in a way which adversely affects its performance or reliability,
or which has been used for a purpose for which the product is not
designed. This Warranty shall not apply if the product is towed at a
speed in excess of 20 miles per hour.
Claims under this Warranty must be made to the dealer which
originally sold the product and all warranty adjustments must by made
through such dealer. Land Pride reserves the right to make changes
in materials or design of the product at any time without notice.
This Warranty shall not be interpreted to render Land Pride liable
for damages of any kind, direct, consequential, or contingent, to
property. Furthermore, Land Pride shall not be liable for damages
resulting from any cause beyond its reasonable control. This Warranty
does not extend to loss of crops, losses caused by harvest delays or
any expense or loss for labor, supplies, rental machinery or for any
other reason.
No other warranty of any kind whatsoever, express or
implied, is made with respect to this sale; and all implied
warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular
purpose which exceed the obligations set forth in this written
warranty are hereby disclaimed and excluded from this sale.
This Warranty is not valid unless registered with Land Pride within
30 days from the date of original purchase.
32747
Model Number: _____________________
2011-10-21
Serial Number: _____________________
800 ❖ 313-519M
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Salina, Kansas 67402-5060 USA
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