16K PLUS Operator's Manual_03

16K PLUS Operator's Manual_03
OPERATOR’S MANUAL
Auto Align Bale Runner
Model 16K PLUS
K49355-03
Original Issue Date of Manual
June 6, 2011
Any updated pages after this date will have the revision date printed on the bottom of the pages.
Table of Contents
Section 1:
Safety.............................................................................................................................1-1
Signal Words.................................................................................................................. 1-2
General Equipment Safety............................................................................................. 1-3
General Equipment Safety Guidelines........................................................................ 1-3
Lighting and Marking...................................................................................................... 1-4
Wheels and Tires............................................................................................................ 1-4
Tire Safety................................................................................................................... 1-4
Bale Runner Operation Safety....................................................................................... 1-5
Before Operating......................................................................................................... 1-5
During Operation......................................................................................................... 1-6
After Operation (Storage)............................................................................................ 1-7
Transport Safety.............................................................................................................. 1-8
Highway and Transportation Safety............................................................................. 1-8
Maintenance Safety........................................................................................................ 1-9
Performing Maintenance............................................................................................. 1-9
Air System Components.............................................................................................. 1-9
Safety Signs................................................................................................................. 1-10
Safety Decals............................................................................................................ 1-10
How to install a new decal......................................................................................... 1-10
Reflector Location Guide........................................................................................... 1-16
Decal Location Guide................................................................................................ 1-18
Section 2:
Specifications...............................................................................................................2-1
Machine Specifications...................................................................................................2-2
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Tractor Requirements..................................................................................................2-2
Hydraulic Requirements..............................................................................................2-2
Tire Specifications.......................................................................................................2-2
Bale Size.....................................................................................................................2-2
Lubricants...................................................................................................................2-2
Bale Runner Dimensions................................................................................................2-3
Section 3:
Checklist.......................................................................................................................3-1
Manuals..........................................................................................................................3-2
Pre-Operation Checklist.................................................................................................3-3
Pre-Operation Check...................................................................................................3-3
Section 4:
Introduction..................................................................................................................4-1
Introduction.....................................................................................................................4-2
Section 5:
Operation......................................................................................................................5-1
Tractor.............................................................................................................................5-3
Tires............................................................................................................................5-3
Hydraulics...................................................................................................................5-3
Drawbar.......................................................................................................................5-3
Machine Conventions.....................................................................................................5-4
Auto Align Bale Runner Directional Conventions........................................................5-5
Hydraulic System Configuration......................................................................................5-6
Tractor Connection......................................................................................................5-6
Hawe Valve Block........................................................................................................5-7
Hooking Up for the First Time.........................................................................................5-8
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Parts Needed..............................................................................................................5-8
Step 1: Attach Bale Runner to Tractor..........................................................................5-8
Step 2: Set Up Monitor................................................................................................5-9
Step 3: Connect Hydraulics.......................................................................................5-10
Step 4: Lubricate Stacker..........................................................................................5-10
Getting Started..........................................................................................................5-10
Pre-Operation Checklist............................................................................................... 5-11
Configuring Alignment Arms and Bed Extensions........................................................5-12
Chain Tension Adjustments...........................................................................................5-13
Setting Alignment Arm Pressure...................................................................................5-13
Power Slide Valve Adjustment......................................................................................5-14
Power Slide Push Back Adjustment..............................................................................5-15
Gathering Bales...........................................................................................................5-17
Approaching Bales....................................................................................................5-17
Rotating Bales...........................................................................................................5-17
Quarter Turning Bales................................................................................................5-17
Repositioning Bales..................................................................................................5-17
Stair-Stepping Bales..................................................................................................5-18
Building Stacks.............................................................................................................5-19
Starting Stacks..........................................................................................................5-19
Stacking Bales..............................................................................................................5-20
Tightening the Stack.................................................................................................5-20
Stacking a Full Load With No Back-Stop...................................................................5-21
Stacking Side-By-Side...........................................................................................5-21
Transporting Bale Runner.............................................................................................5-22
Operation of Controls...................................................................................................5-23
Initial Start-Up...............................................................................................................5-24
Identifying Monitor Switches.........................................................................................5-25
Identifying Monitor Displays..........................................................................................5-25
Display Settings............................................................................................................5-26
Day/Night Screen......................................................................................................5-26
Back Light.................................................................................................................5-26
Symbol Identification....................................................................................................5-27
Hitch Position............................................................................................................5-27
Power Slide Position..................................................................................................5-27
Bale On Indicator......................................................................................................5-28
Resetting Power Slide..................................................................................................5-29
Manual Load................................................................................................................5-30
Manual Stack................................................................................................................5-31
Automatic Mode...........................................................................................................5-32
Operating the Machine in Automatic Mode...............................................................5-34
1. Setting up the stacker to load bales...................................................................5-34
2. Auto Load Sequence.........................................................................................5-35
3. Auto Load Sequence for Sticky Bales, or Traveling Down-Hill............................5-36
4. Full Load Sequence...........................................................................................5-36
5. Stacking Bales...................................................................................................5-37
Operating Screen Map..............................................................................................5-38
Adjusting Bale Count Screen.................................................................................5-39
Unlocking the Screen.............................................................................................5-39
Adjusting the Bale Configuration............................................................................5-39
Resetting the Timer................................................................................................5-39
Adjusting the Bales Loaded...................................................................................5-40
Adjusting the Bales Stacked..................................................................................5-40
Check Joystick.......................................................................................................5-41
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Joystick Preferences..............................................................................................5-41
Menu Screens..............................................................................................................5-42
Main Menu................................................................................................................5-42
Preferences Menu.....................................................................................................5-43
Setting the Date and Time......................................................................................5-43
Adjust Menu..............................................................................................................5-44
Restoring Factory Default Settings.........................................................................5-44
Example: Changing the Squeeze Pressures........................................................5-45
Measure Menu..........................................................................................................5-48
Module Diagnostics...............................................................................................5-51
Section 6:
Maintenance..................................................................................................................6-1
General...........................................................................................................................6-2
Safety.............................................................................................................................6-2
Tighten Bolts..................................................................................................................6-3
Tires...............................................................................................................................6-3
Preventative Maintenance..............................................................................................6-4
Hydraulic System Preventative Maintenance..................................................................6-4
Hydraulic Pressure Relief...............................................................................................6-5
Daily Maintenance..........................................................................................................6-6
Lubrication Points...........................................................................................................6-7
General Maintenance.....................................................................................................6-8
General Check............................................................................................................6-8
Cylinder Repair...........................................................................................................6-8
Bed Extensions...........................................................................................................6-8
Air Brake Maintenance...................................................................................................6-9
Every Three Months or 25,000 Miles...........................................................................6-9
Every Six Months or 50,000 Miles...............................................................................6-9
Greasing the Slack Adjuster........................................................................................6-9
Slack Adjuster Function Test...................................................................................... 6-11
Troubleshooting......................................................................................................... 6-11
FF2 Full Function Valve Fitting General Installation Guidelines.................................6-12
Wheel Bearing Adjustment...........................................................................................6-13
Electrical Maintenance.................................................................................................6-13
Electrical Diagrams......................................................................................................6-14
Year End Maintenance.................................................................................................6-16
Storage......................................................................................................................6-16
Preventative Maintenance.........................................................................................6-16
Suspension Maintenance.............................................................................................6-17
Bolt Torque Specification Chart.................................................................................6-20
Section 7:
Storage.......................................................................................................................... 7-1
Preparing for Storage..................................................................................................... 7-2
Cylinder Shaft Protection ............................................................................................... 7-3
Removing from Storage.................................................................................................. 7-3
Section 8:
Troubleshooting...........................................................................................................8-1
Safety.............................................................................................................................8-2
16k PLUS Control System..............................................................................................8-3
Common Sensor Troubleshooting...............................................................................8-3
Ferrous Metal Sensors.............................................................................................8-3
Pressure Sensor......................................................................................................8-6
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Shaft Sensor Shaft Sensor......................................................................................8-7
Crash Avoidance.........................................................................................................8-8
Hitch Inline / Hitch Offset.........................................................................................8-8
Raise Loader / Lower Loader...................................................................................8-8
Raise Bed / Lower Bed............................................................................................8-9
Power Slide Back / Power Slide Return...................................................................8-9
Push Off Out............................................................................................................8-9
Summary...............................................................................................................8-10
Checking Valve Solenoids............................................................................................ 8-11
Harness Schematics....................................................................................................8-13
Controller Harness....................................................................................................8-13
Sensor Harness........................................................................................................8-15
Hydraulic Valve Harness............................................................................................8-16
Troubleshooting Summary............................................................................................8-17
Arms won’t Open..........................................................................................................8-17
Loader Up....................................................................................................................8-18
Loader Down................................................................................................................8-18
Grab Hooks Engage/Release.......................................................................................8-19
Bed Up / Down.............................................................................................................8-20
Push Off Out/In.............................................................................................................8-21
Hitch Inline/Offset.........................................................................................................8-21
Power Slide Back/Return..............................................................................................8-22
Function operates too fast/slow....................................................................................8-22
Section 9:
Parts Breakdown..........................................................................................................9-1
Frame..........................................................................................................................9-2
Hitch............................................................................................................................9-4
Hydraulic Valves Mounting..........................................................................................9-6
Sensors Mounting.......................................................................................................9-8
Bed Assembly - Stage 1 - Serial # K161405191 and prior........................................9-10
Bed Assembly - Stage 1 - Serial # K161405301 to present.......................................9-12
Bed Assembly - Stage 2............................................................................................9-14
Slow Moving Vehicle Sign.........................................................................................9-16
Loader Assembly - Serial # K161405191 and prior...................................................9-18
Loader Assembly - Serial # K161405301 to present.................................................9-20
Loader Arm Assembly...............................................................................................9-22
Hose Clamp Locations - Stage 1..............................................................................9-24
Hose Clamp Locations - Stage 2..............................................................................9-25
Drive Chain Assembly...............................................................................................9-26
Final Assembly..........................................................................................................9-28
Hydraulic Assembly...................................................................................................9-30
Hawe Valve................................................................................................................9-34
Cylinder Specification Sheet.....................................................................................9-36
Electrical Control Assembly.......................................................................................9-37
Light Assembly..........................................................................................................9-38
Suspension Assembly...............................................................................................9-39
Non Brake Hub Assembly.........................................................................................9-40
Air Brake Hub Assembly...........................................................................................9-41
Air Brake Assembly...................................................................................................9-42
Hydraulic Brake Assembly.........................................................................................9-44
Slack Adjustment Assembly......................................................................................9-46
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Safety
Safety
Section Contents
Section 1:
Safety1-1
Signal Words.....................................................................................................................1-2
General Equipment Safety................................................................................................1-3
General Equipment Safety Guidelines........................................................................1-3
Lighting and Marking.........................................................................................................1-4
Wheels and Tires...............................................................................................................1-4
Tire Safety...................................................................................................................1-4
Bale Runner Operation Safety...........................................................................................1-5
Before Operating.........................................................................................................1-5
During Operation.........................................................................................................1-6
After Operation (Storage)............................................................................................1-7
Transport Safety................................................................................................................1-8
Highway and Transportation Safety.............................................................................1-8
Maintenance Safety...........................................................................................................1-9
Performing Maintenance.............................................................................................1-9
Air System Components.............................................................................................1-9
Safety Signs....................................................................................................................1-10
Safety Decals............................................................................................................1-10
How to install a new decal.........................................................................................1-10
Reflector Location Guide..........................................................................................1-16
Decal Location Guide................................................................................................1-18
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Watch for this symbol. It identifies potential hazards
to health or personal safety. It means:
SAFETY-ALERT
SYMBOL
ATTENTION - BE ALERT.
YOUR SAFETY IS INVOLVED.
Familiarize yourself with the location of all decals. Read them carefully
to understand the safe operation of your machine.
Signal Words
The words DANGER, WARNING or CAUTION are used
with the safety alert symbol. Learn to recognize the
safety alerts, and follow the recommended precautions
and safe practices.
Three words are used in conjunction with the safety-alert symbol:
DANGER
Indicates an imminently hazardous situation that, if not
avoided, will cause DEATH OR VERY SERIOUS INJURY.
WARNING
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation that, if not
avoided, could cause DEATH OR SERIOUS INJURY.
CAUTION
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation that, if not
avoided, may cause a MINOR OR MODERATE INJURY.
Replace any DANGER, WARNING, CAUTION or
instructional decal that is not readable or is missing. The
location and part number of these decals is identified
later in this section of the manual.
The words Important and Note are not related
to personal safety but are used to give additional
information and tips for operating or servicing this
equipment.
IMPORTANT: Identifies special instructions or
procedures which, if not str ictly
observed could result in damage to, or
destruction of the machine, process or
its surroundings.
NOTE: Indicates points of particular interest for more
efficient and convenient repair or operation.
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General Equipment Safety
SAFETY. . . YOU CAN LIVE WITH IT!
General Equipment Safety Guidelines
Safety of the operator is one of the main concerns in designing and developing a new piece of equipment. Designers
and manufacturers build in as many safety features as possible. However, every year many accidents occur which
could have been avoided by a few seconds of thought and a more careful approach to handling equipment. You,
the operator, can avoid many accidents by observing the following precautions presented in this section. To avoid
personal injury, study the following precautions and insist those working with you, or for you, follow them.
• Replace any CAUTION, WARNING, DANGER or instruction safety decal that is not readable or is missing. Location
of such decals is indicated in this booklet.
• Do not attempt to operate this equipment under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
• Review the safety instructions with all users annually.
• This equipment is dangerous to children and persons unfamiliar with its operation. The operator should be a
responsible adult familiar with farm machinery and trained in the equipment’s operations. Do not allow persons
to operate or assemble this unit until they have read this manual and have developed a thorough
understanding of the safety precautions and of how the machine works.
• To prevent injury or death, use a tractor equipped with a Roll Over Protective System (ROPS).
• Do not paint over, remove or deface any safety signs or warning decals on your equipment. Observe all safety
signs and practice the instructions on them.
• Never exceed the limits of a piece of machinery. If its ability to do a job, or to do so safely, is in question - DON’T
TRY IT.
DANGER
Mechanism on Stacker
May Move Automatically
Without Warning
TO AVOID INJURY OR DEATH
• Stop all controls and engine, remove ignition key.
• Turn electrical power off on control box.
• Secure the position of all mechanisms before
servicing or adjusting.
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Lighting and Marking
• It is the responsibility of the operator to know the lighting and marking requirements of the local highway authorities
and to install and maintain any additional equipment to provide compliance with the regulations. Aftermarket
lighting kits are often available from your dealer.
• This machine is equipped with lighting, marking, and signs in compliance with standards published by the American
Society of Agricultural Engineers for Slow Moving Agricultural Implements on Public Roadways.
Wheels and Tires
Tire Safety
• Failure to follow proper procedures when mounting a tire on a wheel or rim can produce an explosion which may
result in serious injury or death.
• Do not attempt to mount a tire unless you have the proper equipment and experience.
• Inflating or servicing tires can be dangerous. Only trained personnel should be called to service and/or mount
tires.
• Only install tires and wheels with appropriate capacity to meet or exceed the anticipated weight to be placed on
the equipment.
DON’T FORGET! Your best assurance against accidents is a careful and responsible operator. If there is any portion
of this manual or function you do not understand, contact your local authorized dealer or the manufacturer.
Brake Safety
Brakes are Important! Brakes are an option on this machine. If your machine is equipped with brakes, please
observe the following guidelines regarding operation, maintenance, and adjustment.
• Follow all connection procedures under “Hooking Up for the First Time” in Section 5 of this manual. For the brakes
to operate properly, they must be connected properly.
• Be sure all the brakes are adjusted properly, following the procedures outlined under “Air Brake Maintenance” in
Section 6 of this manual. If the brakes are not adjusted properly, they will not operate properly.
• Use caution whenever operating this machine. Even though brakes are available for use, this machine can still
be driven too quickly for the conditions. Always allow plenty of time to slow down for emergency situations.
• Test the brakes before operation.
• Applying the brakes to lockup will cause the stacker to slide and behave erratically. Avoid this situation.
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Bale Runner Operation Safety
Before Operating
• Carefully study and understand this manual.
• Install and test the control box to indicate when the hitch is offset.
• Do not wear loose-fitting clothing which may catch in moving parts.
• Always wear protective clothing and foot wear.
• It is recommended that suitable protective hearing and eye protection be worn.
• The operator may come in contact with certain materials which may require specific safety equipment, relative to
the handling of such materials (examples: extremely dusty molds, fungus, bulk fertilizers, etc.)
• Keep wheel lug nuts or bolts tightened to specified torque.
• Ensure that the tires are inflated to the recommended pressure.
• Give the unit a visual inspection for any loose bolts, worn parts or cracked welds, and make necessary repairs.
Follow the maintenance safety instructions included in this manual.
• Be sure that there are no tools lying on or in the equipment.
• Do not use the unit until you are sure that the operating area is clear, especially of people and animals.
• Because it is possible that this equipment may be used in dry areas or in the presence of combustibles, special
precautions should be taken to prevent fires and fire fighting equipment should be readily available.
• Don’t hurry the learning process or take the unit for granted. Ease into it and become familiar with your new
equipment.
• Practice operation of your equipment and its attachment. Completely familiarize yourself and other operators with
its operation before using.
• Make sure that the brakes are evenly adjusted.
• Use a tractor equipped with a Roll Over Protective System (ROPS) and fasten your seat belt prior to starting the
engine.
• Move tractor wheels to the widest recommended settings to increase stability.
• Securely attach to towing unit. Use the plates, bolts and nuts provided with the machine.
• Do not allow anyone to stand between the hitch and the towing vehicle when backing up to the equipment.
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Bale Skoop Operation Safety - Continued
During Operation
• SAFETY CHAIN: If the Bale Runner is going to be transported on a public highway, the safety chain should be
connected. Always follow state and local regulations regarding a safety chain and auxiliary lighting when towing
farm equipment on a public highway. Only a safety chain (not an elastic or nylon/plastic tow strap) should be
used to retain the connection between the towing and towed machines in the event of separation of the primary
attaching system.
• Install the safety chain by crossing the chains under the hitch and secure to the draw bar cage, hitch or bumper
frame.
• Beware of bystanders, particularly children! Always look around to make sure that it is safe to start the engine
of the towing vehicle or move the unit. This is particularly important with high noise levels and quiet cabs, as you
may not hear people shouting.
• NO PASSENGERS ALLOWED: Do not carry passengers anywhere on or in the tractor or equipment.
• The tops of the bed and loader are extremely slippery, do not climb, stand, or crawl on them.
• Keep bystanders at least twenty-five feet away from an operating machine or stacked hay. This allows bystanders
time to get away from a falling stack or away from a moving machine. The operator is a very busy person and it
is easy to miss seeing an observer while operating the Bale Runner.
• Keep hands and clothing clear of moving parts.
• Do not clean, lubricate or adjust your equipment while it is moving.
• When halting operation, even for a short period of time, set the tractor’s or towing vehicle’s brakes, disengage the
PTO, shut off the engine and remove ignition key.
• Be especially observant of the operating area and terrain - watch for holes, rocks or other hidden hazards. Always
inspect the area prior to operation.
• DO NOT operate near the edge of drop-offs or banks.
• DO NOT operate on steep slopes as overturn may result.
• Operate up and down (not across) intermediate slopes. Avoid sudden starts and stops.
• Pick the flattest possible route when transporting across fields. Avoid the edges of ditches or gullies and steep
hillsides.
• Always return the hitch to the in-line position whenever moving from the stack to the bales or the bales to the
stack.
• Be extra careful when working on inclines.
• Periodically clear the equipment of brush, twigs or other materials to prevent buildup of dry combustible materials.
• Maneuver the tractor or towing vehicle at safe speeds.
• Avoid overhead wires or other obstacles. Contact with overhead lines could cause serious injury or death.
• Avoid loose fill, rocks and holes; they can be dangerous for equipment operation or movement.
• Allow for unit length when making turns.
• Do not walk or work under raised components or attachments unless securely positioned and blocked.
• Keep all bystanders, pets and livestock clear of the work area.
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Bale Skoop Operation Safety - Continued
During Operation - Continued
• Operate the towing vehicle from the operator’s seat only.
• Never stand alongside of unit with engine running or attempt to start engine and/or operate machine while standing
alongside the unit.
• Never leave running equipment attachments unattended.
• As a precaution, always recheck the hardware on equipment following every 100 hours of operation. Correct all
problems. Follow the maintenance safety procedures.
After Operation (Storage)
• Following operation, or when unhitching, stop the tractor or towing vehicle, set the brakes, disengage the PTO
and all power drives, shut off the engine and remove the ignition key.
• Store the unit in an area away from human activity.
• Do not park equipment where it will be exposed to livestock for long periods of time. Equipment damage and
livestock injury could result.
• The tops of the bed and loader are extremely slippery, do not climb, stand, or crawl on them.
• Do not permit children to play on or around the stored unit.
• Make sure all parked machines are on a hard, level surface and engage all safety devices.
• Wheel chocks may be needed to prevent unit from rolling.
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Transport Safety
Highway and Transportation Safety
CAUTION: Exceeding speeds of 20 mph (32 km/h) is not legal or safe on public roads.
DO NOT exceed 20 mph (32 km/h) with this machine.
WARNING: This machine is over width. Use extreme caution transporting on public
roadways and through narrow areas.
• Adopt safe driving practices. . .
• Keep the brake pedals latched together at all times. NEVER USE INDEPENDENT BRAKING WITH MACHINE
IN TOW AS LOSS OF CONTROL AND /OR UPSET OF UNIT CAN RESULT.
• Always drive at a safe speed relative to local conditions and ensure that your speed is low enough for an emergency
stop to be safe and secure.
• Reduce speed prior to turns to avoid the risk of overturning.
• Avoid sudden uphill turns on steep slopes.
• Always keep the tractor or towing vehicle in gear to provide engine braking when going downhill. Do not coast.
• Do not drink and drive!
• Comply with local laws governing highway safety and movement of farm machinery on public roads.
• Be sure stock lights as well as accessory lights are connected and operating properly.
• Use approved accessory lighting, flags and necessary warning devices to protect operators of other vehicles on
the highway during daylight and night time transport. Various safety lights and devices are available from your
dealer.
• The use of flashing amber lights is acceptable in most localities, however some localities prohibit their use. Local
laws should be checked for all highway lighting and marking requirements.
• When driving the tractor and equipment on the road or highway under 20 mph (32 km/h) at night or during the
day, use flashing amber warning lights and a slow moving vehicle (SMV) identification emblem.
• Be sure stock lights as well as accessory lights are connected and operating properly.
• Plan your route to avoid heavy traffic.
• Be a safe courteous driver. Always yield to oncoming traffic in all situations, including narrow bridges, intersections,
etc.
• Watch for obstructions overhead and to the side while transporting.
• Always operate equipment in a position to provide maximum visibility at all times. Make allowances for increased
length, width and weight of the equipment when making turns, stopping the unit, etc.
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Maintenance Safety
Performing Maintenance
• Good maintenance is your responsibility. Poor maintenance is an invitation for trouble.
• Make sure there is plenty of ventilation. Never operate the engine of the towing vehicle in a closed building. The
exhaust fumes may cause asphyxiation.
• Before working on this machine, stop the towing vehicle, set the brakes, disengage the PTO and all power drives,
shut off the engine and remove the ignition keys.
• Be sure the bed is supported by a block positioned between the bed rest and the loader.
• Be certain all moving parts on attachments have come to a complete stop before attempting to perform maintenance.
• Always use a safety support and block the wheels. Never use a jack to support the machine.
• Always use the proper tools or equipment for the job at hand. Use extreme caution when making adjustments.
• A torque chart is provided in Section 6 of this manual for reference when tightening bolts and nuts.
• Never use your hands to locate a hydraulic leak on attachments. Use a piece of cardboard or wood. Hydraulic
fluid escaping under pressure can penetrate the skin.
• When disconnecting hydraulic lines, shut off hydraulic supply and relieve all hydraulic pressure (see Maintenance
Section 6 for instructions).
• Openings in the skin and minor cuts are susceptible to infection from hydraulic fluid. If injured by escaping hydraulic
fluid, see a doctor at once. Without immediate medical treatment, serious infection, gangrene and allergic reactions
can occur.
•Replace all shields and guards after servicing and before moving.
• After servicing, be sure all tools, parts and service equipment are removed.
• Do not allow grease or oil to build up on any step or platform.
• Never replace hex bolts with less than grade eight bolts unless otherwise specified. Refer to bolt torque chart for
head identification marking.
• Where replacement parts are necessary for periodic maintenance and servicing, genuine factory replacement parts
must be used to restore your equipment to original specifications. The manufacturer will not claim responsibility
for use of unapproved parts and/or accessories and other damages as a result of their use.
• If equipment has been altered in any way from original design, the manufacturer does not accept any liability for
injury or warranty.
• A fire extinguisher and first aid kit should be kept readily accessible while performing maintenance on this equipment.
Air System Components
• Stop engine when working under a vehicle. Always block the vehicle wheels against a fore or aft roll. Bleeding off
system air pressure may cause the vehicle to roll. Keep hands away from brake chamber, push rods, and slack
adjusters; they may apply as system pressure drops.
• Never connect or disconnect a hose or line containing air pressure. It may whip as air escapes. Never remove a
component or a pipe plug unless you are certain all system air pressure has been exhausted.
• Never exceed recommended working air pressure and always wear safety glasses when working with air pressure.
Never look directly into component ports or direct a pressurized air flow at anyone.
• Never attempt to disassemble a component until you have read and understood all recommended procedures.
Some components contain powerful springs and injury can result if not properly disassembled. Use only proper
tools and observe all precautions pertaining to the use of those tools.
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Safety Signs
Safety Decals
• Keep safety decals and signs clean and legible at all times.
• Replace safety decals and signs that are missing or have become illegible.
• Parts that have been replaced that once displayed a safety sign should have the sign replaced as well.
• Safety decals or signs are available from your distributor, dealer parts department, or the manufacturer.
How to install a new decal
1. Be sure that the installation area is clean and dry.
2. Decide on the exact position before you remove the backing paper.
3. Remove the smallest portion of the split backing paper.
4. Align the decal over the specified area and carefully press the small portion with the exposed sticky backing in
place.
5. Slowly peel back the remaining paper and carefully smooth the remaining portion of the decal in place.
6. Small air pockets can be pierced with a pin and smoothed out using the decal backing paper.
To determine missing decals, or to locate proper locations for replacements refer to the “Decal Location
Guide” later in this section.
DANGER
DANGER
CRUSHING HAZARD
To prevent serious injury or death
from crushing:
Stand clear of machine and stack to
avoid being struck by falling bale.
• Always rest loader on hitch
and turn off tractor before
working on loader.
Part # 10110 – Danger Falling Bale Hazard
Location: Both sides of bed.
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10110
Part # 10111 Danger Crushing Hazard
Location: Left side of bed.
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Safety Signs
DANGER
DANGER
HIT C H HAZAR D
To prevent serious injury or death
from pinching:
T o avoid injury:
U nloa d a ll ba les before dis c onnec ting
from tra c tor.
M ove bed a nd loa der to lowes t pos ition
before dis c onnec ting hydra ulic hos es
a nd hitc h.
10119
• Keep all persons and objects clear
while any part of this machine is in
motion.
Part # 10119 – Danger Hitch Hazard
Location: Top of hitch.
10108
Part # 10108 - Danger Pinch Injury
Location: Both sides of bed.
DANGER
DANGER
Mechanism on Stacker
May Move Automatically
Without Warning
TO AVOID INJURY OR DEATH
OF F S E T M AC HINE
• Stop all controls and engine, remove ignition key.
K eep people c lea r of ma c hine
while in motion.
W a rn people not to a pproa c h from
the R IG HT s ide.
• Turn electrical power off on control box.
• Secure the position of all mechanisms before
servicing or adjusting.
10109
11549
Part # 10109 - Danger Offset Machine
Location: Right side of bed.
Part # 11549 - Danger Mechanism May Move
Location: Top of hitch.
DANGER
ELECTROCUTION HAZARD
To prevent serious injury or death from
electrocution:
• Stay away from overhead power lines
when transporting or raising stacker.
This machine is not grounded.
Electrocution can occur without direct
10106
contact.
Part # 10106 - Danger Electrocution Hazard
Location: Top of hitch.
Familiarize yourself with the location of all decals. Read them
carefully to understand the safe operation of your machine.
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Safety Signs - Continued
WARNING
WARNING
This machine may require a long distance
to stop because of NO BRAKES.
To Prevent Accidents
To Prevent Serious Injury or Death
Avoid unsafe operation or
maintenance.
Do not operate or work on this
machine without reading and
understanding the operator’s
manual.
If manual is lost, contact your
nearest dealer for a new manual.
• Do not pull over 20 mph (32 km/h)
• Avoid steep inclines
• Minimum Tractor Horsepower Required:
• HD4SR - 125 HP (93 kW)
• 12SR - 125 HP (93kW)
• 12K - 150 HP (112kW)
• 16K - 180 HP (134 kW)
10121
Part # 10121 – Warning To Prevent Serious Injury
Location: Top of hitch.
11839
Part # 11839 - Warning No Brakes
Location: Top of hitch.
WARNING
WARNING
HITCH SAFETY PIN
• Always secure hitch by
installing safety pin before
driving down the road,
highway or street.
HIGH-PRESSURE FLUID HAZARD
To prevent serious injury or death:
10123
• Relieve pressure on system before
repairing or adjusting or disconnecting.
Part # 10123 - Warning Hitch Safety Pin
Location: Front of frame above hitch.
• Wear proper hand and eye protection
when searching for leaks. Use wood or
cardboard instead of hands.
• Keep all components in good repair.
10120
Part # 10120 - Warning High Pressure Fluid
Location: Top of hitch.
WARNING
DRAG CHAIN HAZARD
To prevent serious Injury or death from drag chain:
Stop all controls and engine, remove ignition
key, secure all mechanisms before servicing.
Keep away from drag chain during operation.
Part # 10107 - Warning Offset Machine
Location: Top of hitch.
11546
Part # 11546 - Warning Drag Chain Hazard
Location: Both sides of hitch.
Familiarize yourself with the location of all decals. Read them
carefully to understand the safe operation of your machine.
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Safety Signs - Continued
CAUTION
CAUTION
1. Read Operator's Manual before using machine.
2. Stop tractor engine, lower machine to the ground, place all
controls in neutral, set park brake, remove ignition key and
wait for all moving parts to stop before servicing, adjusting,
repairing, unplugging or fitting.
3. Keep hands, feet, hair and clothing away from moving parts.
4. Do not allow riders.
5. Keep all hydraulic lines, fittings and couplers tight and free
of leaks before using.
6. Install safety locks before transporting or working beneath
components.
7. Add extra lights and use pilot vehicle when transporting during
times of limited visibility.
8. Use hazard flashers in tractor when transporting.
9. Install safety chain when attaching to tractor.
10. Keep away from overhead electrical lines. Electrocution can
occur without direct contact.
11. Review safety instructions with all operators annually.
SLIPPERY SURFACE
To avoid injury:
• Do not stand or walk on machine.
10112
FN-D-10122
Part # 10112 - Caution Slippery Surface
Location: Both sides of bed.
Part # 10122 – Caution Read Op Manual
Location: Top of hitch.
Part # 11159 - Caution Speed
Location: Top of hitch.
Part# 10774 Warning Torque Requirement Decal
Location: On frame next to suspension
Familiarize yourself with the location of all decals. Read them
carefully to understand the safe operation of your machine.
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Safety Signs - Continued
Part # 11548 - Caution Connecting Hoses
Location: Top of hitch.
Part # 12185 - Caution Drain Line Decal
Location: End of drain line.
Familiarize yourself with the location of all decals. Read them
carefully to understand the safe operation of your machine.
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Safety Signs - Continued
12194
Part # 12194 - ProAG Logo Decal
Location: Rear sides of bed.
A
UTO
LIGN
BALE RUNNER 16K PLUS
Part# 11550 - Auto Align Bale Runner 16K PLUS
Location: Both sides of bed
For Replacement
Operator's Manuals
Call: 306-933-8585
Or write to:
MORRIS Industries (USA) Inc.
Box 1117
Minot, ND 58702-1117
12195
Part # 12195 - Replacement Manual
Location: On frame by op manual box
Manufactured Under One or
More of the Following Patents.
CA - 2433461
US - 6997663B2
AU - 2002241822
K45428
Part # K45428 - Patent Decal
Location: Both sides of bed.
Familiarize yourself with the location of all decals. Read them
carefully to understand the safe operation of your machine.
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Safety
Safety Signs - Continued
Reflector Location Guide
Left Side
Right Side
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Safety
Safety Signs - Continued
Reflector Location Guide - Continued
Rear View
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Safety
Safety Signs - Continued
Decal Location Guide
Patent Decal
Part #K45428
AA Bale Runner 16 K PLUS
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AA Bale Runner 16 K PLUS
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Patent Decal
Part #K45428
Replacement Op Manual Decal
Part # 12195
Serial # Plate
Notes:
1. Some parts not shown for clarity.
2. Dimensional tolerance: 1/2”
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Safety Signs - Continued
Decal Location Guide - Continued
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Serial # Plate
Center decal on frame stringer
and above suspension pivot.
Note:
1. Dimensional tolerance:
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Safety
Safety Signs - Continued
Decal Location Guide - Continued
Notes:
1. Not all objects shown for clarity.
2. Dimensional tolerance: 1/2”
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Safety
Safety Signs - Continued
Decal Location Guide - Continued
Notes:
1. Not all objects shown for clarity.
2. Dimensional tolerance: 1/2”
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Section 2:
Specifications
Specifications
Section Contents
Section 2:
Specifications
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Machine Specifications......................................................................................................2-2
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Tractor Requirements..................................................................................................2-2
Hydraulic Requirements..............................................................................................2-2
Tire Specifications.......................................................................................................2-2
Bale Size.....................................................................................................................2-2
Lubricants...................................................................................................................2-2
Bale Runner Dimensions...................................................................................................2-3
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Specifications
Machine Specifications
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Maximum lift capacity of the loader...........................................................................4,500 lbs (2041 kg)
Maximum payload ..................................................................................................18,000 lbs (8165 kg)
Road-siding capacity in tons/hour.................................................................. 80 - 120 (72 - 108 tonnes)
Stacker weight.........................................................................................................13,000 lbs (5897 kg)
Maximum Gross Vehicle Weight ...........................................................................31,000 lbs (14062 kg)
Tongue weight empty...................................................................................................1,300 lbs (590 kg)
Tongue weight loaded................................................................................................2,500 lbs (1134 kg)
Tractor Requirements
HP requirements............................................................................................. 180HP (134kW) minimum
Minimum tractor weight w/o brakes.........................................................................20,000 lbs (9072 kg)
Hydraulic Requirements
External drain port
Pressure and return ports
Minimum requirements
Hydraulic pressure.......................................................................................... 2,250 psi (15.51 MPa)
Hydraulic flow.........................................................................................................20 Gpm (1.26 L/s)
Hydraulic controls............................................................... 3 remotes (2 with double selector valve)
Tire Specifications
Tire brand.................................................................................................................................... Alliance
Tire size.....................................................................................................................500/45-22.5, 16 ply
Minimum tire pressure - Max speed 20 mph (32 km/h)..................................................35 psi (241 kPa)
Recommended tire pressure - Max speed 25 mph (40 km/h)........................................46 psi (317 kPa)
Maximum tire pressure...................................................................................................71 psi (489 kPa)
Bale Size
Minimum Bale Length.................................................................................................... 6 1/2 ft (198 cm)
Maximum Bale Length................................................................................................... 8 1/2 ft (259 cm)
Lubricants
Hydraulic oil.....................................................High quality that meets or exceeds tractor specifications
Axle hub oil..................................................................................................................... 80-90 gear lube
Grease............................................................................................................................. Non clay based
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Bale Runner Dimensions
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Notes
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Section 3:
Checklist
Checklist
Section Contents
Section 3:
Checklist3-1
Manuals.............................................................................................................................3-2
Pre-Operation Checklist....................................................................................................3-3
Pre-Operation Check..................................................................................................3-3
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Checklist
SAFETY-ALERT
SYMBOL
Watch for this symbol. It identifies
potential hazards to health or personal
safety. It points out safety precautions.
It means:
ATTENTION - BE ALERT.
Your safety is involved.
Manuals
Note: Pre-Delivery Inspection Form must be
completed and submitted to Morris Industries
within 30 days of delivery date.
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Checklist
Pre-Operation Checklist
Please read the Operator’s Manual carefully and
become a “SAFE” operator.
Before operating Bale Skoop check the following items:
Pre-Operation Check
Adopt a good lubrication and maintenance program.
Lug nuts - Check that all lug nuts are present
and torqued to the appropriate specification.
Pin retaining bolts - Check for any missing or
loose bolts or pins, replace or tighten as necessary.
Hydraulic hoses - Inspect all hydraulic hoses and
replace any worn hoses. Remember: Use a piece
of cardboard or wood to look for leaks, replace
leaky hoses.
Jack - Check that the jack has been raised to its
hightest position and that the extension leg has
been fully retracted.
Hitch Safety Pin - If traveling, check that the Hitch
Safety Pin is securely in place. If gathering or
stacking, check that the Hitch Safety Pin has been
removed.
Warning Light - Check that the Warning Light
functions properly.
Lighting - Make sure the lighting is hooked up and
functioning properly.
Tire Pressure - Check tire pressure to make sure
it is within the specified range given on page 3 in
the Machine Specifications section.
Hitch Connection - Check the bolt system that
connects the stacker to the tractor drawbar. A loose
connection will wear faster and possibly uncouple.
Breakaway Device - Make sure the hitch safety
chain is connected.
Brakes - Check to see that the brake system is
hooked up and functioning properly if so equipped.
TAKE SAFETY SERIOUSLY.
DO NOT TAKE
NEEDLESS CHANCES!!
OWNER REFERENCE
Model:
Serial No:
Dealer:
Town:
State:
Phone:
OWNER/OPERATOR:
Date:
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Notes
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Section 4:
Introduction
Introduction
Section Contents
Section 4:
Introduction4-1
Introduction........................................................................................................................4-2
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Introduction
Introduction
This Operator’s Manual has been carefully prepared
to provide the necessary information regarding the
operation and adjustments, so that you may obtain
maximum service and satisfaction from your new ProAG
Bale Runner 16K PLUS.
To protect your investment, study your manual before
starting or operating in the field. Learn how to operate
and service your Bale Runner 16k PLUS correctly,
failure to do so could result in personal injury or
equipment damage.
If you should find that you require information not
covered in this manual, contact your local ProAG Dealer.
The Dealer will be glad to answer any questions that
may arise regarding the operation of your ProAG Bale
Runner 16k PLUS.
ProAG Dealers are kept informed on the best methods of
servicing and are equipped to provide prompt, efficient
service if needed.
Occasionally, your Bale Runner 16k PLUS may require
replacement parts. Your Dealer will be able to supply
you with the necessary replacement parts required. If
the Dealer does not have the necessary part, the ProAG
Factory will promptly supply the Dealer with it.
Your ProAG Bale Runner 16k PLUS is designed to give
satisfaction even under difficult conditions. A small
amount of time and effort spent in protecting it against
rust, wear and replacing worn parts will increase the
life and trade-in value.
Keep this book handy for ready reference at all times. It is the policy of ProAG to improve its products whenever
it is possible to do so. The Company reserves the right to make changes or add improvements at any time without
incurring any obligation to make such changes on machines sold previously.
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Section 5:
Operation
Operation
Section 5:
Operation5-1
Section Contents
Tractor................................................................................................................................5-3
Tires............................................................................................................................5-3
Hydraulics...................................................................................................................5-3
Drawbar.......................................................................................................................5-3
Machine Conventions........................................................................................................5-4
Auto Align Bale Runner Directional Conventions........................................................5-5
Hydraulic System Configuration........................................................................................5-6
Tractor Connection......................................................................................................5-6
Hawe Valve Block........................................................................................................5-7
Hooking Up for the First Time............................................................................................5-8
Parts Needed..............................................................................................................5-8
Step 1: Attach Bale Runner to Tractor.........................................................................5-8
Step 2: Set Up Monitor................................................................................................5-9
Step 3: Connect Hydraulics.......................................................................................5-10
Step 4: Lubricate Stacker..........................................................................................5-10
Getting Started..........................................................................................................5-10
Pre-Operation Checklist..................................................................................................5-11
Configuring Alignment Arms and Bed Extensions...........................................................5-12
Chain Tension Adjustments.............................................................................................5-13
Setting Alignment Arm Pressure.....................................................................................5-13
Power Slide Valve Adjustment.........................................................................................5-14
Power Slide Push Back Adjustment................................................................................5-15
Gathering Bales...............................................................................................................5-17
Approaching Bales....................................................................................................5-17
Rotating Bales...........................................................................................................5-17
Quarter Turning Bales...............................................................................................5-17
Repositioning Bales..................................................................................................5-17
Stair-Stepping Bales.................................................................................................5-18
Building Stacks................................................................................................................5-19
Starting Stacks..........................................................................................................5-19
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Section Contents
Stacking Bales.................................................................................................................5-20
Tightening the Stack.................................................................................................5-20
Stacking a Full Load With No Back-Stop..................................................................5-21
Stacking Side-By-Side...........................................................................................5-21
Transporting Bale Runner................................................................................................5-22
Operation of Controls......................................................................................................5-23
Initial Start-Up..................................................................................................................5-24
Identifying Monitor Switches............................................................................................5-25
Identifying Monitor Displays.............................................................................................5-25
Display Settings...............................................................................................................5-26
Day/Night Screen......................................................................................................5-26
Back Light.................................................................................................................5-26
Symbol Identification.......................................................................................................5-27
Hitch Position............................................................................................................5-27
Power Slide Position.................................................................................................5-27
Bale On Indicator......................................................................................................5-28
Resetting Power Slide.....................................................................................................5-29
Manual Load....................................................................................................................5-30
Manual Stack...................................................................................................................5-31
Automatic Mode...............................................................................................................5-32
Operating the Machine in Automatic Mode...............................................................5-34
1. Setting up the stacker to load bales...................................................................5-34
2. Auto Load Sequence..........................................................................................5-35
3. Auto Load Sequence for Sticky Bales, or Traveling Down-Hill............................5-36
4. Full Load Sequence...........................................................................................5-36
5. Stacking Bales...................................................................................................5-37
Operating Screen Map..............................................................................................5-38
Adjusting Bale Count Screen.................................................................................5-39
Unlocking the Screen.............................................................................................5-39
Adjusting the Bale Configuration...........................................................................5-39
Resetting the Timer................................................................................................5-39
Adjusting the Bales Loaded...................................................................................5-40
Adjusting the Bales Stacked..................................................................................5-40
Check Joystick.......................................................................................................5-41
Joystick Preferences..............................................................................................5-41
Menu Screens.................................................................................................................5-42
Main Menu................................................................................................................5-42
Preferences Menu.....................................................................................................5-43
Setting the Date and Time.....................................................................................5-43
Adjust Menu..............................................................................................................5-44
Restoring Factory Default Settings........................................................................5-44
Example: Changing the Squeeze Pressures.........................................................5-45
Measure Menu..........................................................................................................5-48
Module Diagnostics...............................................................................................5-51
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Operation
CAUTION
SAFETY FIRST
REFER TO SECTION 1 AND REVIEW
ALL SAFETY RECOMMENDATIONS.
BE ALERT
Tractor
Tires
• Proper ballast and tire pressure are required when
pulling heavy implements.
DANGER
• Consult your tractor operator’s manual and follow all
recommended procedures.
Mechanism on Stacker
May Move Automatically
Without Warning
Hydraulics
• Wipe all hydraulic fittings and couplers with a clean
cloth to avoid contaminating the system.
TO AVOID INJURY OR DEATH
• Check that the hydraulic reservoir is filled to the
proper level.
• Stop all controls and engine, remove ignition key.
Drawbar
• Turn electrical power off on control box.
• Center and pin in a fixed position for easier hitching
and greater stability.
• Secure the position of all mechanisms before
servicing or adjusting.
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Warning
Warning
Do not permit smoking, sparks or an open
flame where combustible fuels are being used.
Keep the work area well ventilated.
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Do not search for high-pressure hydraulic
leaks without hand and face protection. A
tiny, almost invisible leak can penetrate
skin, thereby requiring immediate medical
attention.
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Operation
Machine Conventions
“Pushoff In” The pushoff is retracted into the pushoff
tube.
“Pushoff Out” The pushoff is extended from the
pushoff tube and penetrates through the hole in the
rear of the bed. The bed must be fully raised before the
pushoff tube can be extended, otherwise component
collision is possible.
“Power Slider Home” The power slider is fully returned
underneath the loader.
“Power Slider Back” The power slider has gone
through half of its cycle and is positioned on top of the
bed. This position varies along the bed depending on
the number of bales that have already been gathered.
“Alignment Arms Open” The alignment arms are open
when the portion of the alignment arms that are closest
to the tractor are at their widest position.
“Alignment Arms Closed” The alignment arms are
closed when the portion of the alignment arms that are
closest to the tractor are at their narrowest position.
“Grab Hooks In” The grab hooks are in when they
are engaged, or grabbing the bale through the front of
the loader.
“Grab Hooks Out” The grab hooks are out when
they are disengaged back behind the loader, or have
released the bale.
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Machine Conventions
Auto Align Bale Runner Directional Conventions
“Right and Left”
The right and left side of the Bale Runner is your
right or left when standing behind the Bale Runner
and looking toward the front of the machine.
“Front and Rear”
The front is the high end of the bed. The rear of the
Bale Runner is the low end of the bed.
“Offset” The machine configuration when the Hitch is
maneuvered to allow machine to pick up bales. The
end of the Hitch is to the left of the left side tire.
“Inline”
The machine configuration when the end of the Hitch
is centered between the wheels of the Bale Runner.
Hitch Offset — Hitch Inline
“Raise the Loader”
Move the hydraulic control to move, or physically lift
the Loader into the raised position.
“Lower the Loader”
Move the hydraulic control to move, or allow Loader
to rest in the lowered position.
Loader Raised — Loader Lowered
“Raise the Bed”
Move the hydraulic control to move the Bed into the
raised position.
“Lower the Bed”
Move the hydraulic control to move the Bed into the
lowered position.
Bed Raised - Bed Lowerd
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- 3 connected to load sense.
- 4 to hydraulic return tank.
- 2 to Return coupler
- 3 Capped off (Not in use)
- 4 to hydraulic return tank.
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- 2 to Return coupler
- 3 Capped off (Not in use)
- 4 to hydraulic return tank.
3/4” Pressure Line
1
3
1/2” Pioneer Female Connector
Red Heat Shrink
Hooked to load sense for Power Beyond.
1/2” Load Sense Line
3/8” Flat Face Male Connector
Must be hooked to tank.
3/8” Pilot Drain Line
Monitor Harness
4
Safety Chain
Light Harness
Recommended to connect to Power Beyond.
1/2” Pioneer Male Connector
Red Heat Shrink
Must be hooked to pressure line.
1/2” Pioneer Male Connector
Must be hooked to Return Line.
3/4” Return Line
2
- 1 to Pressure coupler
Open Center Hydraulic System
- 1 to Pressure coupler
Closed Center Hydraulic System
- 2 to Return Line
- 1 to Pressure Line
(Closed Center - Load Sensing)
Power Beyond
Operation
Hydraulic System Configuration
Tractor Connection
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Hydraulic System Configuration - Continued
Hawe Valve Block
The Pilot line and Load Sense line on the Hawe Valve
Block must be setup to match the hydraulics of the
tractor.
Closed Center Hydraulic System
- Pilot Line conneted to front port.
- Load Sense Line conneted to rear port.
Open Center Hydraulic System
- Pilot Line conneted to rear port.
- Load Sense Line conneted to front port.
Pilot Line
Load Sense
Closed Center
CLOSED CENTER
Pilot Line
Load Sense
Open Center
Load Sense
OPEN CENTER
Pilot Line
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Operation
Hooking Up for the First Time
Use the following outline as a checklist to ensure your
Auto Align Bale Runner is properly set up for use.
Warning
Remember to turn off hydraulic system and
tractor and remove the key from ignition
before working on the Bale Runner.
Parts Needed
1
2
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
Hitch Bolt ..............................................................1 1/4” x 9” special
Hitch Washer ........................................................1 1/4” flat washer
Hitch Nut ..............................................................1 1/4” plain
Hitch Jam Nut .......................................................1 1/4” special
Hitch Spacer Bolt .................................................5/8” x 8”
Hitch Spacer .........................................................3/4” ID x 3 9/16” tube
Hitch Plates ..........................................................1/2” x 3” x 6 3/8”
Spacer Bolt Nut ....................................................5/8” Nylock
Bolt Safety Pin ......................................................3/16” Snaplock Pin
Step 1: Attach Bale Runner to Tractor
• Line up the Ball Hitch on the machine with the tractor
draw bar.
WARNING: Do not allow anyone to
stand between the tractor and the
stacker while backing the tractor to
the machine hitch.
• Secure the machine to the tractor with the 1 1/4” x
9” bolt threaded up through (1) - 1 1/4” flat washer,
tractor draw bar, lower hitch plate, ball, the upper
hitch plate, (1) - 1 1/4” flat washer, 1 1/4” nut, 1 1/4”
jam nut, and insert bolt safety pin through eyelet in
bolt.
Note: If tractor drawbar pin hole is larger than 1
1/4” a bushing must be added to provide a
snug fit. (Bushing not supplied)
• Secure the hitch plates into position with the (1) -5/8”
x 8” bolt threaded up through lower hitch plate, tractor
draw bar, (1) - 3/4” ID x 3 9/16” tubing, upper hitch
plate, and (1) - 5/8” lock nut.
• Adjust hitch clevis so fender is level front to back or
front of fender may be slightly lower than the back
not to exceed 1 1/2 inches.
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Hooking Up for the First Time - Continued
Step 1: Attach Bale Runner to Tractor - Continued
CAUTION: Operating Bale Runner without Safety Chain connected to tractor can be
hazardous. Always attach Safety Chain to tractor.
• Secure Hitch Safety Chain to tractor or tractor draw bar. Note: Chain should be loose enough to allow tractor to
turn without allowing chain to drag on the ground.
• Connect the trailer light cable to the tractor and test the system to be sure the lights are operating properly.
• Read the “Air Brake Maintenance” section to adjust the air brakes properly if the machine is so equipped.
DANGER: Improperly set up brakes can cause loss of control of the stacker and towing
unit. Be sure to adjust brakes according to the procedures described in this manual.
CAUTION: Operating Bale Runner without brakes and lights connected to the tractor
can be hazardous. Always attach the electrical cables to the tractor.
• Lift jack to its highest position, then remove pin and fully retract the extension leg.
Step 2: Set Up Monitor
CAUTION: Use care when working with electricity. Disconnect battery of tractor first
if attempting to connect control box assembly directly to battery.
Parts Needed - 1 Monitor Assembly
• Mount the Monitor in the cab (preferably to the right of the driver). The monitor must be mounted in a safe place
out of harm’s way and the weather.
• Route the connecting cable from the cab to an area near the hitch. The flanged end of the cable should be located
near the hitch, and the free-hanging end should be located in the cab.
• Plug the control cable on the stacker into the connecting cable on the tractor.
• Plug the multifunction grip into the monitor.
• Connect the power cable from the monitor to the auxiliary power connector in the tractor.
• If it is necessary to connect the controls directly to the battery, then be sure to ground properly to prevent damage
to the monitor and controller circuits.
• The controls should now be functional and the warning light will turn on when the power is switched on and the
hitch is not in the inline position.
CAUTION: DO NOT operate machine without the Monitor installed and fully operational.
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Operation
Hooking Up for the First Time - Continued
Step 3: Connect Hydraulics
CAUTION: Be sure the hydraulic system is off and all moving parts are at their lowest
position before working on the hydraulic system. Also, turn off tractor, place in park,
and remove key.
CAUTION: Refer to diagram on page 5-6 before hooking up hydraulics. Make sure
hydraulic lines are hooked up properly to avoid component damage.
• First connect 3/4” male connector (non-pressure line) to tank or return.
• Connect 3/4” male connector (red line) to pressure line.
• Connect 3/8” flat face connector (drain line) to tank or return.
• Connect 1/2” fermale connector (red line) to load sense of tractor.
• Check the hydraulic oil level in the tractor.
DANGER: Keep bystanders away from moving parts
• When the bed is raised, and the Bale Runner is parked on level ground, be sure the forks on the back of the bed
are within 2” (5 cm) of the ground. If they aren’t you will need to raise the hitch by turning over the drawbar on the
tractor.
Step 4: Lubricate Stacker
WARNING: Before working on this machine, stop the towing vehicle, set the brakes,
disengage the PTO and all power drives, shut off the engine and remove the ignition
keys.
• Use the “Lubrication Points” in Section 6 and grease all pivots on the machine.
• Check the oil in the axle hubs. See the “Daily Maintenance” in Section 6 for recommendations on oil.
Getting Started
The first thing the operator needs to do is to turn on electrical and hydraulic power to the stacker.
• The power switch on the monitor box will turn the electrical system on.
• Hydraulic power will be on when the tractor is running if the stacker is connected to the power beyond system
of the tractor.
WARNING: Always pressurize the system the correct way. Reversing the pressure and
return lines could cause damage to hydraulic components.
After hydraulic and electrical power has been established, the operator must navigate through a couple of safety
screens on the monitor before the controls are operational. The stacker will initially start in automatic mode. If the
user wants to run the machine in manual mode, press the manual button on the screen.
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Pre-Operation Checklist
Before operating Bale Runner check the following items:
Pre-Operation Check
Lug nuts
Check that all lug nuts are present and torqued to the appropriate torque rating.

Pin retaining bolts
Check for any missing or loose bolts or pins, replace or tighten as necessary.

Hydraulic hoses Inspect all hydraulic hoses and replace any worn hoses. Remember: Use a piece
of cardboard or wood to look for leaks, replace leaky hoses.

Hitch Jack Check that the hitch jack has been raised to its hightest postion and that the extension
leg has been fully retracted.

Warning Light Check that the Warning Light functions properly.

Hitch Safety Pin If traveling, check that the hitch safety pin is securely in place.
If gathering or stacking, check that the hitch safety pin has been removed.

Tire Pressure Check tire pressure to make sure it is within the specified range given in the “Machine
Specifications” Section 2.
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Hitch Connection Check the bolt system that connects the stacker to the tractor drawbar. A loose
connection will wear faster and possibly uncouple.

Breakaway Device
Make sure the hitch safety chain is connected.

Lighting Make sure the lighting is hooked up and functioning properly.

Brakes
Check to see that the brake system is hooked up and functioning properly if so
equipped.
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Configuring Alignment Arms and Bed Extensions
Set the postion of the alignment arms and bed extensions to match the type of bale being stacked.
Bale Sizes
Stack Size
Stacker Configuration
Freeman - 3x4
38"x46"
On Strings
5 High x 2 Deep
Long Alignment Arms
Engage Bed Extensions
NH 595 - 3x4
35"x47"
On Strings
6 High x 2 Deep
Long Alignment Arms
Engage Bed Extensions
Hesston 4900 - 4x4
51"x48"
On or Off Strings
4 High x 2 Deep
Long Alignment Arms
Disengage Bed Extensions
Hesston 4755 - 3x3
35"x32"
On Strings
6 High x 2 Deep
Shorten Length of Alignment Arms
Engage Bed Extensions
Shorter Forks on Bed are recommended
*see PROAG Dealer for more information.
Hesston 4755 - 3x3
35"x32"
On Strings
6 High x 3 Deep
Long Alignment Arms
Engage Bed Extensions
Note: Other manufacturer’s balers create the same size bales - these were used for illustration purposes only.
To pick bales “Off Strings” it is recommended to use a bale turner on the baler.
Adjusting Alignment Arms
To adjust the alignment arms, remove the alignment
arm adjustment bolts and slide the arms to their next
position. Reinsert the bolts and torque to 270 ft. lbs.
BED EXTENSIONS
Adjusting Bed Extensions
With the hitch offset and the loader lowered all the
way, remove the pins from the rear hole in the bottom
of the bed extensions. Slide the bed extensions
forward, with the tip of the bed extension under the
loader sheet. Reinsert the pins using the forward
holes in the bed extensions.
Replacing Forks on Bed
• Raise the bed to the fully raised position.
• Remove the fork retaining bolt and retaining block
from the back of the bed.
• Slide the fork to the center of the bed past the
retaining tab (Warning: Forks are heavy, use
caution).
• Reverse above procedure to install new fork. Torque
retaining bolt to 270 ft. lbs.
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Chain Tension Adjustments
Warning: When making adjustments on the Bale
Runner, always stop the towing vehicle, set the parking
break, disengage the PTO and all power drives, shut off
the engine and remove the ignition keys.
• If the power slider chains are jumping teeth or appear
to be over tightened, then the power slider chain
tension may need to be adjusted.
•The Power Slider Chain Tension is controlled by a
hydraulic pressure reducing and relief valve located
on the side of the pushoff. The aluminum valve has
an adjustment screw protruding from the rear of
the valve. Once the 9/16” jam nut is loosened, the
adjustment screw can be turned with a 5/32” Allen
wrench. When adjusting the system use small
increments (1/4 turn), bottoming out the adjustment
nipple or over pressurizing the system could
potentially damage hydraulic components. Turning
the adjustment screw in (clockwise) increases
pressure, and turning the screw out (counter
clockwise) decreases the pressure.
Power Slider Chain Tension
• Adjusting the Motor Chain Tension can be
accomplished with two 3/4” wrenches. First
loosen the four (4) bolts holding the motor mount
to the bed. Then adjust the threaded rod until the
appropriate amount of tension is achieved in the
chain. (Approximately 3/4”of slack in the middle of
the slack side of the chain.) Re-tighten all bolts and
torque to specs. (Page 6-20)
Motor Chain Tension
Setting Alignment Arm Pressure
• When the stacker picks up a bale in automatic mode, the arms will squeeze until the hydraulic pressure in the
cylinder exceeds the set-point. The arms then stop squeezing, and the loader starts raising. There are two
pressure set-points for the stacker. The 1st Bale Pressure is used for the first bale picked up, and the 2nd Bale
Pressure is used for the next one. In the case of 3 X 3 bales, the 2nd Bale Pressure is also used for the third bale.
If the alignment arms don’t appear to be squeezing the bales tight enough or the bales are slipping through the
alignment arms, the pressure probably needs to be increased. If the alignment arms appear to be squeezing the
bales too tight and the bales are bowing in the middle, the pressure probably needs to be decreased.
•The Alignment Arm Pressure can be adjusted from the Adjust menu. See Adjust Menu: Example: Changing
the Squeeze Pressures for details.
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Power Slide Valve Adjustment
The 16k PLUS has been equipped with a relief valve
on Power Slide motor circuit. This valve allows the
operator to adjust the pressure that the Power Slider
applies to the bale.
Adjust relief pressure as follows:
1.Stop all controls and tractor engine, remove ignition
key.
2.Turn electrical power off on control box.
3.Secure the position of all mechanisms before
servicing or adjusting.
4.To reduce the pressure the Power Slider applies
to the bale, screw “B” out, in 1/2 turn increments.
If Power Slide becomes too weak to push bales
back, screw “B” in, in 1/4 turn increments. Adjust
screw “B” as required.
DANGER
Mechanism on Stacker
May Move Automatically
Without Warning
TO AVOID INJURY OR DEATH
• Stop all controls and engine, remove ignition key.
• Turn electrical power off on control box.
• Secure the position of all mechanisms before
servicing or adjusting.
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Power Slide Push Back Adjustment
When the power slide is pushing bales back in the Auto screen, the monitor starts it out slowly and accelerates as the
bales move back. The monitor controls this acceleration by observing the Shaft Sensor on the “star wheel”, located
on the power slide drive shaft. Each time a tooth passes by the sensor, a “Pulse” is sent to the monitor that signals
it to increase the speed. The speed of the motor is increased by the percentage value specified in the 1st and 2nd
Acceleration rates. A larger value causes the power slide to pick up speed more quickly, and a smaller value causes
it to speed up more slowly.
Note: The monitor does not accelerate power slide in the Manual Load screen the way it does in the Auto
screen. The speed of the slider is fixed in the Speed Adjustments menu.
Note: If the power slide is unable to push the bales back at all, the power slide valve pressure may be set too
low. See “Power Slide Valve Adjustment” for more information. Or, if the pressure is set to maximum,
see “Automatic Mode - Operating the Machine in Automatic Mode - Auto Load Sequence for Sticky
Bales, or Traveling Down-Hill” for more information on Sticky Bales.
There are four parameters associated with controlling the power slide as it pushes bales.
• 1st Acceleration Rate: When the power slide first begins to push the bales back, it will accelerate by the percentage
specified in this variable.
Note: If the top bale tends to tip forward when the bale first starts to move down the loader, the 1st Acceleration
Rate is too high.
• 2nd Acceleration Rate: When the power slide reaches a specified point on the bed, a new variable is used to
control how fast the power slide accelerates.
Note: If the top bale tends to tip rearward when the bales are part-way down loader, the 2nd Acceleration
Rate is too low.
• Start 2nd Acceleration: This variable controls where the second acceleration begins. The units in the menu
“Pulse” refers to the “number of teeth” counted at the star wheel. Each “tooth” equals approximately 2” of travel
down the bed.
Note: The factory setting has been found to be satisfactory for most conditions. Adjusting the 1st and 2nd
Acceleration rates will solve most problems with pushing bales back.
• Initial Power Slide Force: Sets the initial valve opening when pushing back bales in the Auto-Load sequence. If
it is set too high, the power slide will start too suddenly.
SHAFT SENSOR
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Power Slide Push Back Adjustment - Continued
Power Slide Acceleration Curve
See “Menu Screens - Adjust Menu - Power Slide Push Back” for adjustment details.
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Gathering Bales
Approaching Bales
Bales are picked up on their 8 foot side. The easiest
way to pick up bales is by driving the Bale Runner
perpendicular to the path of the baler.
WARNING: Keep bystanders at least
twenty-five feet away from an operating
machine or stacked hay.
Before arriving at a bale offset the hitch and lower the
loader all the way down until it is perpendicular to the
ground.
WARNING: Avoid rocks rough terrain,
steep slopes, banks and drop offs
when possible. Always maneuver
tractor at safe speeds.
Note: The Bale Runner will need to be configured
for each type of bales picked up. See the
configuration chart under “Configuring
Alignment Arms and Bed Extensions”.
Note: For correct bale count on the monitor,
use the Adjust Bale Count screen to set
configuration.
Rotating Bales
The Auto Align system will allow the operator to
approach the bale from almost any direction. When
approaching a bale “end-on” the bale may be rotated,
or spun, by:
• Closing the alignment arms slightly and bumping the
end of the bale with the right alignment arm.
Top view of loader, bale,
and alignment arms.
• Drive ahead slowly while opening the alignment
arms.
• The bale will rotate into the loader as the stacker
continues to move ahead.
Quarter Turning Bales
To quarter turn a bale on the ground:
• Squeeze the alignmentarms together and raise
the loader until the ends of the alignment arms will
contact the bale about halfway up the side
• Drive forward slowly
• When the alignment arms contact the bale, continue
driving forward while raising the loader.
• Back up a few feet to lower the loader and retrieve
the bale.
Rotating bales
Note: Quarter turning with a Bale Runner is very
time consuming and is not recommended
for a large number of bales in a row.
Repositioning Bales
If bales are located in a corner or tight place, the
alignment arms can be used to grab a bale and
reposition it in a better working location.
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Gathering Bales - Continued
Stair-Stepping Bales
Some amount of “stair-step” is recommended to help
keep the top bale secure while the load is being pushed
to the back of the stacker.
• After retrieving the first bale, leave the loader slightly
raised while picking the second bale.
• 6 to 12 inches is usually all that is required.
To fix the amount of stair-step after picking up two bales
in the alignment arms,
• Raise the loader a few inches
• Open the alignment arms to release the second bale.
The bale will slide to the ground.
• Squeeze the alignment arms and raise the loader.
Note: Keep alignment arms on the first bale closed
until ready to pick the second bale.
Stair-stepping ½ Ton Bales
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Building Stacks
CAUTION: Return stacker to the “inline” position when moving between
bales in field and stack. This reduces
the chance of running over anybody
or anything in the field.
Starting Stacks
1. Choose a level area, with enough room to maneuver
a tractor and Bale Runner even after the stack is
finished.
Important: If completely level ground is not available,
then build your stack uphill (front of
tractor and Bale Runner facing uphill).
2. Begin stack by building a “backstop”. The proper
backstop should be built to withstand backing into the
stack every time a load is delivered. We recommend
the following back stop configurations:
1 Ton Squares: A 2 bale by 2 bale square set at one
end, perpendicular to the length of the bales in the stack.
The first load in the stack should be only 7 bales.
1 Ton Backstop
1/2 Ton Squares: A 3 bale by 3 bale square set at one
end, perpendicular to the length of the bales in the stack.
The first load in the rest of the stack should only be 2
bales by 4 bales, with one extra in the fifth tier.
3 X 4 Bales: A 2 bale by 3 bale stack set at one end,
perpendicular to the length of the bales in the stack.
The first load in the stack should be 9 bales, and the
rest should be 12 bales.
1/2Ton Backstop
3X4 Backstop
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Stacking Bales
Note: The bales should be stacked on level ground.
When stacking on a slight incline, stack with
the tractor facing uphill. Stacking downhill or
on a slight side incline will make it difficult
to build good stacks.
• For better visibility while building stacks, offset the
hitch until the center of the tractor is inline with the
edge of the stacker.
• When backing up to the stack, minor adjustments
using the hitch control will help guide the stacker
back more precisely.
• Raise the bed so it is almost vertical, but the weight
of the bales is still clearly against the bed. (Between
70 and 80 degrees)
CAUTION: Avoid overhead wires
to prevent serious injury or death.
Electrocution can occur without direct
contact.
CAUTION: Keep bystanders at least
twenty-five feet away from an operating
machine or stacked hay.
• Back up until the corner of the bottom bale on the
Bale Runner comes into contact with the back stop.
• Continue to raise the bed and back up until the load
is vertical.
Important: It is critical that the first load into the
stack is vertical. To avoid the stack
tipping over, DO NOT ALLOW THE BED
TO GO PAST VERTICAL ON THE FIRST
LOAD.
• Release the alignment arms from the stack.
• Extend pushoff while slowly moving stacker forward.
• Lower the bed after the forks are out from under the
stack.
Tightening the Stack
If the stack is not tight enough after the bed has been
raised all the way up:
• Pull the stacker ahead about three feet
• Back the stacker into the load to push the bales tight.
Lining up the center of the tractor with the edge of the stack
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Stacking Bales - Continued
Stacking a Full Load With No Back-Stop
This practice is not recommended, as part of the stack
may fall over during this procedure.
• When stacking a full load with no back stop or existing
stack,
Warning
• Raise the bed to a 60 - 70 degree angle.
Stand Clear, part of the stack may fall over
during this procedure without a proper
backstop.
• Open the alignment arms and Lower the loader
slightly.
• Squeeze the alignment arms and raise the loader
again to compress the bales between the alignment
arms and forks.
• Very carefully proceed to unload normally. Be aware
without a proper backstop part of the stack may fall
over during this procedure.
Stacking Side-By-Side
• Create a single row in each stack starting from right
to left.
• Add second row from right to left.
• Continue this procedure until stack is completed.
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Transporting Bale Runner
WARNING: Attach safety chain to Bale
Runner and Tractor before moving on
highway.
CAUTION: Exceeding speeds of 20
mph (32 km/h) is not legal or safe on
public roads. DO NOT exceed 20 mph
(32 km/h) with this machine.
WARNING: Use Hitch Safety Pin to
lock hitch in the in-line position before
transporting Bale Runner on public
roads. This will secure hitch in case of
accidental activation or failure of hitch
cylinder.
REMEMBER: When transpor ting any piece of
oversized equipment:
• Be familiar with local laws by contacting local
authorities before transporting Bale Runner on public
roads. Obey all regulations as they pertain to the
Bale Runner. The specifications at the front of the
manual contain most of the information that may be
needed.
• This machine is equipped with lighting, markings,
and signs in compliance with standards published
by the American Society of Agricultural Engineers
for Slow Moving Agricultural Implements on Public
Roadways.
• Use flags, warning lights and slow moving vehicle
signs as they are needed. Flag-persons may be
required by local authorities and may be helpful even
if they aren’t required.
• Always remember the extra width of the Bale Runner.
The widest part of the Bale Runner is approximately
9 feet 10 inches (300 cm) wide.
• Drive carefully at an appropriate speed for the
size and weight of the Bale Runner. Allow for the
extra length of the trailer when making corners.
Reduce speed when navigating corners to prevent
overturning machine. Link brakes to prevent loss of
control during panic braking.
• Plan route to avoid heavy traffic. Drive in a courteous
manner.
• Never drink and drive!
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Operation of Controls
20 AMP
3 AMP
UP KEY
POWER SWITCH
POWER
CABLE
DOWN KEY
MENU KEY
FUNCTION
KEYS
BACK KEY
JOY STICK
HITCH HARNESS
Important
To STOP an automatic sequence shut off
power switch on monitor in an emergency.
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Initial Start-Up
When the unit is turned on, the following display
sequence takes place:
• PROAG is briefly displayed.
• DANGER warning displays until operator press OK
to continue.
Important: Ensure area around 16k PLUS is clear of
obstacles and persons before pressing
“OK” button.
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Identifying Monitor Switches
UP KEY
OK KEY
DOWN KEY
FUNCTION
KEYS
MENU KEY
BACK KEY
Identifying Monitor Displays
SCREEN INDICATOR
TIME & DATE
BALES LOADED
BALES STACKED
JOYSTICK BUTTON
LABEL WINDOW
TIMER
SOFT KEY
LABEL WINDOWS
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Display Settings
Day/Night Screen
The monitor is equipped with two display modes for ease
of viewing during day or night operation.
Note: The monitor must be in the “Auto” screen to
select the display mode.
• From start-up the monitor will always display the
black back ground.
• From “Auto” screen press the BACK button to toggle
between the two display modes.
Note: The setting selected in the “Auto” screen will
be used in the “Manual Stack” and “Manual
Load” screens.
Back Light
The brightness of the screen can be adjusted.
Note: The monitor must be in the “Auto” screen to
adjust back lighting.
• From “Auto” screen press the DOWN button to display
the back light dial.
• Use the UP and DOWN buttons to adjust.
• Press OK to accept new setting.
Note: The setting selected in the “Auto” screen will
be used in all other screens.
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Symbol Identification
Hitch Position
In the top left corner of the screen a symbol indicates
the position of the hitch.
• The green
indicates the hitch is inline.
• The red
indicates the hitch is offset.
• The red
indicates the hitch is fully offset.
Note: It is only safe to travel with hitch inline and green check mark displayed.
Inline
Partially Offset
Fully Offset
Power Slide Position
In automatic mode many of the functions rely on the
power slide starting in the correct position.
• The green
indicates the power slide is ready to
begin the Auto Load Sequence.
• The red
Position.
indicates the power slide is out of Home
Note: See “Resetting Power Slide” for more
information on setting the power slide in the
Home Position.
Ready
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Symbol Identification - Continued
Bale On Indicator
• In the automatic mode, when the Bale On Sensor is
activated a gray bale appears in the lower left corner.
• When the Bale On Sensor is activated and the
Squeeze Pressure is reached the bale turns green.
BALE ON INDICATOR
Important
To STOP an automatic sequence shut off
power switch on monitor in an emergency.
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Resetting Power Slide
In order to load bales in automatic mode, the power
slide must be in the Home Position.
Resetting the power slide Home Position is done in the
Manual Load screen.
Important: The following sequence must be used.
• In Manual Stack screen, position the Power Slide at
the foot of the loader.
• Press F2 button to reset the Power Slide position.
• Press F4 button to confirm
• Manually move Power Slide to Home Position,
underneath the loader, approximately under the
center Bale Claw.
• Return to Auto screen, the green checkmark
should be displayed for the Power Slide.
Power Slide at Foot of Loader
Power Slide at Home Position
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Manual Load
When the Manual Load screen is displayed, the operator
can perform the following functions pressing the
corresponding button on the monitor or on the joystick
as indicated on the screen.
Functions will only operate when the user is pressing
the corresponding button. When the user releases the
button, the function will stop. There is no sequencing in
manual mode.
Note: Crash avoidance is built into the monitor
programming to aid operator in avoiding
damage. If a function is selected that could
potentially harm the machine, the monitor
will disregard the command and a warning
screen will be displayed. See “Trouble
Shooting” for more information.
The functions on the Manual Load screen are those
typically needed to pick bales up off the field:
Arms Close - Squeezes the alignment arms shut.
Arms Open - Opens the alignment arms.
Loader Up - Raises the loader.
Loader Down - Lowers the loader.
Slide Back - Pushes bales back down the bed.
Slide Return - Returns the slider to its home position.
Hooks In - Engages the grab hooks.
Hooks Out - Releases the grab hooks.
From this screen the user can get to three other screens:
Auto Mode press F4 button.
Manual Stack press F3 button.
Menu press
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Manual Stack
When the Manual Stack screen is displayed, the
operator can perform the following functions pressing
the corresponding button on the monitor or on the
joystick as indicated on the screen.
Functions will only operate when the user is pressing
the corresponding button. When the user releases the
button, the function will stop. There is no sequencing in
manual mode.
Note: Crash avoidance is built into the monitor
programming to aid operator in avoiding
damage. If a function is selected that could
potentially harm the machine, the monitor
will disregard the command and a warning
screen will be displayed. See “Trouble
Shooting” for more information.
The functions on the Manual Stack screen are those
used for stacking a full load of bales:
Arms Close - Squeezes the alignment arms shut.
Arms Open - Opens the alignment arms.
Bed Up - Raises the bed.
Bed Down - Lowers the bed
Loader Up - Raises the loader. UP Button
Loader Down - Lowers the loader. DOWN Button
Hitch Inline - Moves the hitch inline.
Hitch Offset - Moves the hitch offset.
Push-Off In - Retracts the pushoff. F1 Button
Push-Off Out - Extends the pushoff. F2 Button
From this screen the user can get to three other screens:
Auto Mode press F4 button.
Manual Load press F3 button.
Menu press
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Automatic Mode
Danger
Keep all persons clear of machine while
operating. There are several functions this
machine performs automatically. Unexpected
movements can cause serious injury or death.
When the Auto screen is displayed, the operator can
perform all the normal functions for loading and stacking
bales. The function of each joystick button is indicated
on the screen.
Some buttons will initiate a sequence of events.
Functions will continue to operate after the user has
released the joystick button.
Note: Crash avoidance is built into the monitor programming to aid operator in avoiding damage. If a function
is selected, by the operator or as part of a sequence, that could potentially harm the machine, the
monitor will disregard the command. See “Trouble Shooting” for more information.
The functions available on the Auto screen are:
Auto Load
• Pressing the Auto Load button will close the alignment arms. Once the arms are closed, the loader will start to
move up. If the button is held for 1.5 seconds, the loader will continue to rise automatically. Pressing the Load
Reset button will stop it.
• If the Bale On Indicator is displayed, the grab hooks will also extend when the loader begins to rise.
• If there are bales in the arms when the loader is fully raised, the power slider will position itself at the foot of the
bales when the loader is all the way up.
• Once the power slider is positioned, the grab hooks will retract.
Load Reset
• Pressing the Load Reset button will open the alignment arms. If there is no bale in the arms, once they are
fully opened the loader will start to move down. If the button is held for 1.5 seconds, the loader will continue to
lower automatically. Pressing the Auto Load button will stop it.
• If the loader has fully raised with a bale, and the power slide is position at the foot of the bale, pressing the Load
Reset button will open the alignment arms. Once the arms are fully open, the power slide will push the bales
down the bed before returning to its home position.
Note: The Power Slide cannot be stopped once it has begun its sequence. In an emergency shut off
power switch on monitor will stop sequence.
• Once the power slider is home, the loader will drop automatically. Pressing the Auto Load button will stop the
loader.
• If the bales will not slide down the bed when the alignment arms are open, it is possible to raise the bed using
the Bed Up button to assist the power slide. In this instance, once the power slide has returned to the home
position, the bed will lower automatically before lowering the loader.
• After the power slide has pushed back the last set of bales, it will remain engaged until the alignment arms
are closed. Once the arms are closed, the slider will return to the home position. In this instance, pressing the
Hitch Inline button once will bring the hitch inline automatically. Also, the loader cannot be lowered using the
Load Reset button until the load is stacked.
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Automatic Mode - Continued
Bed Up
• The Bed Up button raises the bed. If the pushoff is not in, it will be retracted before the bed goes up.
Dump Reset
• The Dump Reset button will lower the bed. If the pushoff is not in, it will be retracted first. If the bed starts
above the mid-position, and the Dump Reset button is held for more than 2 seconds, it will continue to lower
automatically. Pressing the Bed Up button will stop this automatic movement.
• If the bed descends past the bed-mid position while the loader is down, it will stop and raise the loader
automatically before continuing down.
• If the bed was initially above the bed mid position when it started, the arms will close and the hitch will move
inline automatically after the bed is all the way down. Pressing the Load Reset button once while the arms are
closing will stop them, and similarly, pressing the Hitch Offset button while the hitch is moving inline will stop
it.
Hitch Inline
• The Hitch Inline button moves the hitch inline. Normally, if the button is released, the hitch will stop.
• If the hitch is moving inline automatically, either after the last row of bales has been loaded, or after a load of
bales has been stacked, pressing the Hitch Offset button will stop the hitch from moving inline.
Hitch Offset
• The Hitch Offset button moves the hitch offset. The button must be held to perform this function.
Note: The Pushoff Retract and Pushoff Extend functions are only available in Automatic mode when the
bed is all the way up. The Hitch Inline and Hitch Offset buttons dissappear from the joystick control.
Bed Raised
Bed Mid Position
Pushoff Retract
• The Pushoff Retract button retracts the pushoff. The button must be held to perform this function. This option
is only available when the bed has been fully raised.
Pushoff Extend
• The Pushoff Extend button extends the pushoff. The button must be held to perform this function. This option
is only available when the bed has been fully raised.
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Operating the Machine in Automatic Mode
HITCH INDICATOR
POWER SLIDE INDICATOR
JOYSTICK INDICATOR
1. Setting up the stacker to load bales.
A. Check if the loader is up.
• If the loader is not up go to step B.
• If it is up go to step C.
B. Manually raise the loader.
• Press the Manual Load button on the monitor to get to the Manual Load screen.
• Raise the loader using the Loader Up button on the joystick.
• Return to the Automatic screen by pressing the Auto Load button.
C. Confirm that the Power Slide is in home position.
• Visually check to ensure the power slide is in the proper position.
• Ensure the Power Slide Indicator on the monitor shows a green check mark .
• See Resting Power Slide for more details.
D. Move the hitch offset using the Hitch Offset button on the joystick.
• Ensure the Hitch Indicator on the monitor shows a red ! mark.
E. Lower the loader using the Load Reset button on the joystick.
• The alignment arms open and then the loader begins to lower.
• After 1.5 seconds the operator may release the Load Reset switch.
• The monitor continues to lower the loader for the time specified in the Configuration screen.
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Operating the Machine in Automatic Mode - Continued
2. Auto Load Sequence
The loading sequence starts with the loader down and the alignment arms open.
1.Place a bale between the alignment arms ensuring that it is activating the Bale On sensor by pressing against
loader platform.
• The Bale On indicator will appear in the lower left corner of the screen when the Bale On sensor is activated.
2.Press the Auto Load button on the joystick to begin loading the first bale.
• The alignment arms will close until the First Squeeze Pressure is reached. See “Setting Squeeze Pressures”
for more information.
• The loader begins to rise.
• The grab hooks begin to engage after the Grad Hook Delay time and will continue closing for the Grad Hook
Engagement 2 time. See “Adjust Menu - Timer Adjustment” for more information.
3.The Auto Load button should be released to stop the loader before it starts to raise automatically. If the button
is held for more than 1.5 seconds, the loader can be stopped by pressing the Load Reset button.
4.Press the Load Reset button to prepare the loader to pick the next bale.
• The alignment arms will open.
• Release the Load Reset button before the alignment arms fully open to prevent the loader from lowering.
Tip: If the loader has been raised too high when picking the first bale, the height can be adjusted by
using the Auto Load and Load Reset buttons. See “Gathering Bales” for more information on
stair-stepping technique.
5.Place the second bale between the arms.
6.Press the Auto Load button to begin loading the second bale.
• The alignment arms close until the Second Squeeze Pressure is reached. See Setting Squeeze Pressures”
for more information.
• The loader begins to rise.
• After holding the Auto Load button for more than 1.5 seconds, the loader will continue to rise automatically,
even if the button is released.
• When the loader is fully raised, the power slider will move to the foot of the bales.
• The grab hooks release automatically.
Note: It is recommended to have the stacker level when sliding the bales back. If operating the stacker on
a hill, always have the machine pointing up or down-hill while pushing the bales back.
8.Press the Load Reset Button until the alignment arms are fully open.
• At this point the operator may release the button as the power slide will begin to move automatically.
• The power slide forces the bales to the rear of stacker. The speed and acceleration of the power slide are
set in the “Adjust Power Slide Push Back Menu” for more details.
• When the power slider has pushed the bales all the way to the rear, it returns its home position under loader
automatically.
• The monitor lowers the loader for the time specified in the Configuration. Pressing the Auto Load button
while the loader is lowering will stop it. See “Adjust Menu - Timer Adjustment” for more details.
Important:
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To STOP an automatic sequence shut off power switch
on monitor in an emergency.
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Automatic Mode - Continued
Operating the Machine in Automatic Mode - Continued
3. Auto Load Sequence for Sticky Bales, or Traveling Down-Hill.
This sequence can be used when the power slide needs assistance pushing the bales back.
1.The operator picks up a pair of bales and the monitor positions the power slide in front of them.
(Steps 1 through 6 of the Auto Load Sequence)
2.Use the Bed Up button to raise the bed.
• Adjust the incline of the bed to assist the power slide.
• If necessary, the Dump Reset can be used to lower the bed.
3.When ready, press the Load Reset switch to open the alignment arms.
• When the alignment arms are fully open, the monitor activates the power slide to push the bales back.
• If the bales do not move, the power slide will continue to push against them. It is still possible to raise the
bed even more with the Bed Up switch if desired.
Note: To stop power slide exit the Auto Load screen by pressing the Manual Load or Manual Stack buttons.
4.After the bales are pushed back, the monitor returns the power slider to its home position under loader.
• The bed lowers automatically.
• The loader lowers for time specified in the Configuration screen.
4. Full Load Sequence
When picking the last row of bales, the monitor will recognize a full load.
1. After pushing the last row of bales back, the power slide signals the operator by not returning to the home position.
2.Push the Auto Load button to close alignment arms.
• When the squeeze pressure has been reached, the slider will return to the home position.
3.Pressing the Hitch Inline button briefly will move the hitch inline automatically.
Note: When a full load has been detected the loader will not lower in Auto Mode until the load has been
stacked.
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Automatic Mode - Continued
Operating the Machine in Automatic Mode - Continued
5. Stacking Bales
Stacking sequence begins with a full load, the bed down and the alignment arms closed, and the 16k PLUS aligned
with the stack.
Warning: Stand Clear of stack. As a precaution, check surrounding area to be sure it
is safe to raise bed.
1.Press the Bed Up button until the bed is 70-80 degree angle.
• If the pushoff is not in, the monitor retracts it first.
• The bed goes up as long as the button is pressed. Releasing the button stops the bed.
2.Back up 16k PLUS until the corner of the bottom bale on the Bale Runner comes into contact with the back
stop.
3.When the bed is raised above the midway position, the loader can be lowered with the Load Reset button which
will first open the alignment arms.
• WARNING: Ensure the bed is sufficiently raised to prevent top row of bales from dropping when lowering
the loader.
Tip: Lowering the loader allows stacks to be placed tightly side-by-side.
See “Tips and Techniques” for
more information.
4.Press the Bed Up button until bed is completely raised.
• Some times it is helpful to reverse the tractor while performing this step to ensure a tight stack.
• The screen indicates a change in button functions by replacing the “Hitch Inline” and “Hitch Offset” text with
“Pushoff Retract” and “Pushoff Extend”.
5.Press the Pushoff Extend button while driving slowly forward to assist in unloading the bales.
• The pushoff will extend as long as the Pushoff Extend button is pressed.
6.Press the Dump Reset button once 16k PLUS is clear of the stack.
• The pushoff will retract.
• When the pushoff is fully retracted the bed starts down.
• The operator may release the Dump Reset button after the bed has lowered for 1.5 seconds.
• The bed continues to lower automatically. Pressing the Bed Up button will stop the automatic lowering.
• The loader raises automatically when the bed has been lowered below the midway position.
• After the loader has been raised, the bed continues to lower until it is all the way down.
• The alignment arms close. Pressing the Load Reset button will stop the arms from closing.
• The hitch moves inline. Pressing the Hitch Offset button will stop the hitch from moving in line.
Warning
Danger
Stand Clear of stack.
Always stay clear of stacker bed being raised,
lowered or in elevated position. Ensure
cylinders are completely filled with hydraulic
fluid - bed may fall rapidly causing injury or
death.
As a precaution, check surrounding area to
be sure it is safe to raise bed.
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Operation
Operation of Controls - Continued
Operating Screen Map
1
1. Start-Up Screen
2. Warning Screen
3. Auto Screen
4. Manual Stack Screen
5. Manual Load Screen
6. Adjust Bale Count Screen
7. Check Joystick Screen
2
8. Button Preferences Screen
The number located next to the buttons indicate which
screen is displayed when that button is pressed.
3
6
4
5
7
8
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Operation Screens - Continued
Adjusting Bale Count Screen
This screen allows the operator to easily set the Bale
Configuration, as well as adjusting the Bales Loaded,
Bales Stacked and Timer displayed on the Auto Load
screen.
• To access this screen press F1 (Adjust Bales) from
the Auto Load screen.
• Upon entering the Adjust Bale Count screen, the
page will be locked. This is to prevent the accidental
changes of settings. The only function available
to change while the screen is locked is the Bales
Loaded.
Unlocking the Screen
• To unlock the page, press and hold the F4 button for
3 seconds.
• Notice the red locked symbol disappears from above
the F4 button.
Adjusting the Bale Configuration
The Bale configuration is located in the lower left
corner of the screen. It is important to adjust the Bale
Configuration to match the type of bales being picked.
This is required to aid the monitor in counting the correct
number of bales loaded on the machine.
• See “Configuring Alignment Ar ms and Bed
Extensions” for more information on configuring the
bed extensions and the alignment arms.
Use the following procedure to adjust the Bale
Configuration.
• Press and hold the F4 button for 2 seconds to unlock
the page.
• Press F1 to toggle through the different bale
configuration options depending on the type of bales
being stacked:
5 Rows x 2 High
6 Rows x 2 High
4 Rows x 2 High
6 Rows x 3 High
Resetting the Timer
A convenient timer is provided to assist the operator in
monitoring loading performance. When the monitor is
restarted, it always resets to zero. The operator may also
reset the Timer to zero using the following procedure:
• Press and hold the F4 button for 2 seconds to unlock
the page.
• Press and hold the F2 button for 2 seconds to reset
the Time to 0.
• All changes will be saved when the monitor is
returned to the Auto Load screen by pressing the
OK button.
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Operation of Controls - Continued
Operation Screens - Continued
Adjusting the Bales Loaded
The Bales Loaded represents the number of bales that
are currently loaded on the 16k PLUS.
Every time the loader is raised with a bale on in the Auto
Load screen, the monitor assumes either 2 or 3 bales
were loaded. (depending on the Bale Configuration)
At times, it is necessary to correct the Bales Loaded.
Common reasons to do so include:
• When building the backstop for a stack, only one
bale was picked in the last row.
• Bales were loaded using the Manual Load screen,
and therefore not counted by the monitor.
Upon entry of the Adjust Bale Count screen, the number
of bales loaded can be adjusted using the UP and
DOWN arrow buttons
• The Bales Loaded can be adjusted regardless if the
page is locked or unlocked.
symbol points towards the Bales
• Notice the
Loaded when the screen is locked
symbol is
• If the screen is unlocked and the
pointing towards the Total Bales Stacked, press the
button to toggle the
symbol back to Bales
Loaded
• All changes will be saved when the monitor is
returned to the Auto Load screen by pressing the
OK button.
Adjusting the Bales Stacked
The Bales Loaded represents the number of bales that the 16k PLUS has stacked.
Every time the bed is fully raised with bales loaded, the monitor adds the number of Bales Loaded to the Bales
Stacked and resets the Bales Loaded to zero.
At times, it is necessary to adjust the Bales Stacked. Common reasons to do so include:
• The Bales Loaded was incorrect when the bales were stacked.
• A new stack is being started and the operator wants the Bales Stacked reset to zero.
Upon entry of the Adjust Bale Count screen, the page must first be unlocked before the number of Bales Stacked
can be adjusted.
• Unlock the page by holding the F4 button for 2 seconds
• Notice the
to toggle the
symbol points towards the Bales Loaded when the screen is first unlocked. Press the
symbol to Bales Stacked.
button
• Use the UP and DOWN arrows to adjust the number of Bales Stacked, -OR- Press and hold the F3 button to
reset the Bales Stacked to zero.
• All changes will be saved when the monitor is returned to the Auto Load screen by pressing the OK button.
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Operation of Controls - Continued
Operation Screens - Continued
Check Joystick
This screen provides a safe way to test the function of
the joystick.
• To access this screen, press F2 in the Auto Load
screen. (Under the symbol)
• Pressing any button on the joystick will light up the
corresponding symbol on the screen.
Note: Pressing buttons in this screen will NOT
signal the machine to move.
• Press F4 (under the
screen.
symbol) to return to the Auto
Joystick Preferences
It is possible to customize the joystick functions.
Note: The Auto, Manual Load, and Manual Stack
screens can be changed independently.
SELECTED BUTTONS
HIGH LIGHTED
i.e. It is possible to reverse the joystick
functions in the Auto screen, and not in
either of the manual screens.
• To access this screen, from the Auto screen press
F2 (under the symbol to enter the Check Joystick
screen. Press F2 (labeled “Button Preferences”)
again to enter the Joystick Preferences screen.
• Press F1 to toggle through to the screen you wish
to modify.
• Press F2 to toggle though each of the button pairs on
the joystick. The selected buttons will be highlighted
in Yellow.
• Press F3 to toggle between “normal” and “reversed”
operation of the buttons.
• Use the UP button to reset all the buttons in all three
screens to “normal” operation.
• When you are satisfied with all the changes made
in all the screens, press F4 button (under the
symbol) to return to the Auto screen.
BUTTON
SELECTED
SCREEN
SELECTED
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Operation
Menu Screens
Main Menu
• Press the
button to access main menu from any
operation screen.
• Press the
button from any sub-menus brings
back the previous menu.
• To exit the menu screens, press the
bring back the last control screen.
Warning:
Tip:
button to
When in the menu screens, the
joystick buttons are still functional.
The machine will perform as indicated
in the last operation screen.
When diagnosing problems, it is possible to
observe the menu screens while operating
the machine with joystick.
The Main menu provides access to the following subMenus:
•The Adjust menu F1 contains all the settings that
govern the performance of the machine.
•The Measure menu F2 contains information about
the machine’s current state. No adjustments to the
machine’s operation can be made in this menu.
•The Preferences menu F3 allows the operator to
set the date and time.
•The Info menu F4 contains information on about
the operation of the monitor. This information is for
diagnostic purposes regarding the performance of
the monitor, and cannot be altered. None of the
information included in this menu is relevant to the
performance of the 16k PLUS. The Info menu will
not be discussed any further in this manual.
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Preferences Menu
• From the Main menu, press F3 to enter the
Preferences menu.
• Press the
button to return to the Main menu.
-OR• Press the
button to exit the menu pages.
Setting the Date and Time
• In the Preferences menu, press F2 to enter Date/
Time menu.
• Press F1 to set the date.
• The year will be highlighted on the screen. Use
the UP/DOWN keys to set the year. Press OK
to accept.
• The month will then be highlighted on the
screen. Use the UP/DOWN keys to set the
month. Press OK to accept.
• The day will then be highlighted on the screen.
Use the UP/DOWN keys to set the day. Press
OK to accept.
• Press F2 to set the time.
• The hour will be highlighted on the screen. Use
the UP/DOWN keys to set the hour. Press OK
to accept.
Note: When setting the time, a 24 hour clock is
displayed.
• The minutes will then be highlighted on the
screen. Use the UP/DOWN keys to set the
minutes. Press OK to accept.
• Press the
button to return to the Main menu.
-OR• Press the
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Adjust Menu
The Adjust menu contains all the settings used to
customize the performance of the machine. These
settings allow the operator to fine tune the machine
according to the operating conditions.
• From the Main menu, press F1 to enter the Adjust
Menu.
• Use the UP/DOWN keys to select the parameter
group. Refer to Table 1 for a list of parameter groups
and the parameters found within.
• Press OK to enter the selected group.
• Use the UP/ DOWN keys to select the parameter to
modify. Press OK to select.
• Use the UP and DOWN keys to change the parameter
value. Press OK to accept.
• Press the
key to return to the Adjust menu.
-OR• Press the
key to exit the menu pages.
Note: An example of changing the squeeze
pressures is given, but the procedure for
changing all the other parameters is the
same.
Important: The parameters groups “Power Slide
Return” and “Tech Adjustments” are
locked. The parameters within these
groups are set at the factory and
should not be changed. Adjusting
parameters within these groups could
have severely negative affect on the
performance of the machine.
• Pressing the Reset key will reset the value back to
the factory setting.
Restoring Factory Default Settings
When a parameter has been highlighted in the menu,
or when changing the value of a parameter, the “Reset”
icon will appear above the F2 key.
• Press the F2 key to restore the parameter to the
factory setting.
• The monitor will ask you to confirm the change.
• Press F2 again to accept the change.
• Press F4 to cancel.
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Adjust Menu - Continued
Example: Changing the Squeeze Pressures.
1. Press the
key to enter the Main menu.
2. Press F1 key to enter the Adjust menu.
3. Use the UP/DOWN keys to highlight “Squeeze
Pressure”. Press the OK key .
4. Use the UP/DOWN keys to highlight “1st Squeeze
Pressure”.
• The current value of the parameter highlighted will
be displayed.
• To adjust the value of the parameter, press the
OK key.
Note: To reset the value to the factory default, press
F2 key.
5 Use the UP/DOWN keys to change the squeeze
pressure value as required. The units for this
parameter are psi.
• Press the OK key to accept the value and exit back
to the Squeeze Pressure menu.
Note: To reset the value to the factory default, press
F2 key.
6 Use the UP/DOWN keys to highlight the “2nd
Squeeze Pressure”.
• Use the UP/DOWN keys to change the squeeze
pressure value as required. Press the OK key to
accept.
Note: If the 2nd squeeze pressure is set lower than
the 1st, then the “1st Squeeze Pressure” will
be used for BOTH.
7 Press the F1 key to exit to the Main menu page.
-OR• Press the
-OR• Press the
key to return to the Adjust menu.
key to exit the menu pages.
Saved settings are retained even after power has been
removed from the monitor.
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Operation
Menu Screens - Continued
Adjust Menu - Continued
Backlight Menu
• Backlight: Adjusts how bright or dark the screen is.
Note: This parameter can also be adjusted by pressing the DOWN key when in the Auto screen.
Speed Adjustments
• Hitch: Adjusts how fast the hitch moves inline and offset.
• Loader Up: Adjusts how fast the loader moves up.
• Loader Down: Adjusts how fast the loader moves down.
• Alignment Arms: Adjusts how fast the alignment arms open or close.
• Auto Power Slide Back Min: Used to fine tune the operation of the Power Slide in Auto screen.
Note: The purpose of this procedure is to find the minimum current (in Milliamps) required to just begin
opening the power slide valve. Once this variable is set, it should not be adjusted. If more power
is needed to begin pushing bales back in the Auto screen, adjust the “Initial Power Slide Force”
parameter in the Power Slide Push Back menu.
To set this parameter, use the following steps:
Warning: Keep all people clear of the machine while performing this procedure
1.Change the operation screen to Manual Load.
• Observe which buttons on the joystick control the “Slide Back” and “Slide Return”.
• Move the power slide up on top of the bed where it is easily observed.
2.Enter the “Speed Adjustments” menu and select the “Manual Load Power Slide Return” parameter.
• Record the value of this parameter for future use.
3.Set the value of “Manual Load Power Slide Return” to the minimum value.
• Press the “Slide Return” button on the joystick. If the power slide begins to move, use the minimum value
for “Auto Power Slide Back Min”.
• If the power slide does not move, hold the “Slide Back” button on the joystick while pressing the UP key to
raise the value of “Auto Power Slide Back Min”.
• Record the value of “Manual Load Power Slide Return” when the power slide first begins to move.
4.Return the value of “Manual Load Power Slide Return” to that recorded in step 2.
5.Set the value of “Auto Power Slide Back Min” to the value found in step 3.
• Auto Power Slide Back Max: In the AUTO screen, adjusts the maximum speed of the power slide in Auto Mode.
• Auto Power Slide Return: Adjusts the maximum speed the power slide will return in Auto screen.
• Manual Load Power Slide Back: Adjusts the maximum speed the power slide pushes back in the Manual Load
screen.
• Manual Load Power Slide Return: Adjusts the maximum speed the power slide returns in the Manual Load screen.
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Adjust Menu - Continued
Squeeze Pressure
• 1st Squeeze Pressure: Adusts the pressure used to pick the first bale in the Auto load sequence.
• 2nd Squeeze Pressure: Adjusts the pressure used to pick the second (and third if aplicable) bale in the Auto Load
sequence.
Note: If the “2nd Squeeze Pressure” is set lower than the “1st Squeeze Pressure”, then the monitor will use
the “1st Squeeze Pressure”.
Timer Adjustments
Using the factory settings for the timers is recommended
• Lower Loader Timer: In the Auto-Load Sequence, the monitor will hold the valve open to lower the loader for the
time specified in this parameter.
• Grab Hooks Delay Timer: In the Auto-Load Sequence, when the first squeeze pressure is reached, the monitor
will begin to raise the loader and engage the grab hooks. By delaying the grab-hook engagement slightly, a little
more hydraulic power is sent to the loader initially to help lift the bale off the ground. This helps to reduce the
distance the bale is dragged on the ground.
• Grab Hook Engagement: In the Auto-Load Sequence, the monitor will hold the valve open to engage or disengage
the grab hooks for the time specified in this parameter.
Power Slide Push Back
The parameters set in this menu are related to the how the power slide pushes bales in the Auto-Load Sequence.
• 1st Acceleration Rate: When the power slide is pushing bales back in the Auto screen, the monitor starts pushing
the bales back slowly, and accelerates as the bale move back. Each time the Hall Effect sensor (located near
the power slide drive shaft) senses a tooth on the “star wheel” it increases the speed of the motor. A higher
percentage for the first acceleration rate will speed the power slide up faster.
• 2nd Acceleration Rate: When the power reaches a certain point on the bed, a new variable is used to control how
fast the motor accelerates.
• Start 2nd Acceleration: This variable controls where the second acceleration begins. The units of the variable is
the “# of teeth” counted at the star wheel. Each “tooth” equals approximately 2” of travel down the bed.
• Initial Power Slide Force: Sets the initial valve opening when pushing back bales in the Auto-Load sequence.
See “Power Slide Push Back Adjustment - Power Slide Acceleration Curve” for diagram.
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Menu Screens - Continued
Adjust Menu - Continued
Power Slide Return
• The parameter group “Power Slide Return” is locked. The parameters within this group is set at the factory
and should not be changed. Adjusting parameters within this group could have severely negative affect on the
performance of the machine.
Tech Adjustments
• The parameter group “Tech Adjustments” is locked. The parameters within this group is set at the factory and should
not be changed. Adjusting parameters within this group could have severely negative affect on the performance
of the machine.
Measure Menu
The Measure menu contains important information about the monitor/controller and the 16k PLUS machine. This
information can be useful for monitoring the 16k PLUS machine’s performance or diagnosing errors.
Note: No adjustments can be made from the Measure menu.
• From the Main menu, press F2 to enter the Measure Menu.
• Use the UP/DOWN keys to select the measure group. Refer to Table 1 for a list of measure groups and the
information found within.
• Press OK to enter the selected group.
• If there is more information lower or higher than that displayed on the page, use the UP/ DOWN keys to scroll to
it.
• Press the
key to return to the Adjust menu.
-OR• Press the
key
Sensors
1. Alignment Arms: When the alignment arms are completely open, the sensor will read true.
2. Bale On: When the bale on pad is depressed, the sensor will read true.
3. Bed Down: When the bed is securely resting in the cradle, the sensor will read true.
4. Bed Mid: When the bed is raised above 45 degrees, the sensor will read true.
5. Bed Up: When the bed is raised to the vertical position, the sensor will read true.
6. Hitch Inline: When the hitch is completely in line, the sensor will read true.
7. Hitch Offset: When the hitch is completely offset, the sensor will read true
8. Loader Up: When the loader is completely raised up. the sensor will read true.
9. Push Off In: When the push off is completely retracted, the sensor will read true.
10.Squeeze Pressure: This sensor reads the pressure (in psi) in the alignment arm cylinders.
11.Power Slide Counter: This sensor keeps track of the location of the power slide as it moves along the bed. The
“0” location should be approximately at the foot of the loader. The home position should be below -5.
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Measure Menu - Continued
Outputs
This menu shows the operator the electrical current
the Control Box is sending to open and close the valve.
• Hydraulic functions that can be sped up or slowed
down with the Control Box (the loader, power slide,
hitch and alignment arms) have the units of milliamps.
A positive number indicates that the valve is being
opened in one direction, and negative indicates the
opposite directions direction. (as indicated below)
• All other hydraulic functions operate either true or
false. When the function reads true, the Control
Box is sending 12 volts to the valve to activate
the corresponding function. (The speed of these
functions can not be controlled by the computer.)
Note: There are limit screws on the valve that can
be used to limit the speed of any function.
• Loader: A positive reading opens the valve to raise
the loader. A negative reading opens the valve to
lower the loader.(milliamps)
• Power Slide: A positive reading opens the valve
to move the power slide back. A negative reading
opens the valve to return the power slide to the
front.(milliamps)
• Hitch: A positive reading opens the valve to move
the hitch offset. A negative reading opens the valve
to pull the hitch inline.(milliamps)
• Alignment Arms: A positive reading opens the
valve to close the alignment arms. A negative
reading opens the valve to open the alignment
arms.(milliamps)
• Push Off In: Reads true when power is supplied
to valve to pull the push off in.
• Push Off Out: Reads true when power is supplied
to valve to push the push off out.
• Grab Hooks In: Reads true when power is
supplied to valve to engage the grab hooks.
• Grab Hooks Out: Reads true when power is
supplied to valve to disengage the grab hooks.
• Bed Up: Reads true when power is supplied to
valve to raise the bed.
• Bed Down: Reads true when power is supplied to
valve to lower the bed.
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Menu Screens - Continued
Measure Menu - Continued
Joystick Buttons
• As each button is pressed, the corresponding button
on the screen will read true. The following diagram
shows the locations of buttons 1 though 6.
Button Functions
This menu is intended to be a quick reference to how
the joystick is configured.
• The first word on each line indicates the operation
screen. (Auto, Manual Load, or Manual Stack)
• The rest of the line indicates the button function in
that screen.
• “Normal” indicates the buttons are configured as from
the factory.
• “Reversed” indicates the buttons functions have been
reversed.
Auto Screen
Manual Load Screen
Manual Stack Screen
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Menu Screens - Continued
Measure Menu - Continued
Module Diagnostics
This menu provides a quick reference to how the display
screen and control unit on the machine are functioning.
• Status Display Screen: MD3 OK indicates the
monitor in the cab is working properly.
• + Bat: MD3 Indicates the voltage the monitor is
receiving from the battery.
• Signal Voltage: MD3 Indicates the voltage being
sent to power the joystick.
• Temp: MD3 Indicates the temperature (in Centigrade)
of the monitor.
• Status Computer: XA2 OK indicates the
COMPUTERcontroller on the 16k PLUS is working
properly.
• Address: XA2 Indicates the COMPUTERaddress
of the controller on the 16k PLUS.
• + B a t : X A 2 I n d i c a t e s t h e v o l t a g e t h e
COMPUTERcontroller is receiving from the battery.
• Signal Voltage: XA2 Indicates the voltage being sent
to power the sensors on the 16k PLUS.
• Temp: XA2 Indicates the temperature (in Centigrade)
of the COMPUTERcontroller.
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Section 6:
Maintenance
Maintenance
Section Contents
Section 6:
Maintenance6-1
General..............................................................................................................................6-2
Safety................................................................................................................................6-2
Tighten Bolts......................................................................................................................6-3
Tires...................................................................................................................................6-3
Preventative Maintenance.................................................................................................6-4
Hydraulic System Preventative Maintenance....................................................................6-4
Hydraulic Pressure Relief..................................................................................................6-5
Daily Maintenance.............................................................................................................6-6
Lubrication Points..............................................................................................................6-7
General Maintenance........................................................................................................6-8
General Check............................................................................................................6-8
Cylinder Repair...........................................................................................................6-8
Bed Extensions...........................................................................................................6-8
Air Brake Maintenance......................................................................................................6-9
Every Three Months or 25,000 Miles..........................................................................6-9
Every Six Months or 50,000 Miles..............................................................................6-9
Greasing the Slack Adjuster........................................................................................6-9
Slack Adjuster Function Test.....................................................................................6-11
Troubleshooting.........................................................................................................6-11
FF2 Full Function Valve Fitting General Installation Guidelines................................6-12
Wheel Bearing Adjustment..............................................................................................6-13
Electrical Maintenance....................................................................................................6-13
Electrical Diagrams..........................................................................................................6-14
Year End Maintenance....................................................................................................6-16
Storage.....................................................................................................................6-16
Preventative Maintenance.........................................................................................6-16
Suspension Maintenance................................................................................................6-17
Bolt Torque Specification Chart.................................................................................6-20
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CAUTION
SAFETY FIRST
REFER TO SECTION 1 AND REVIEW
ALL SAFETY RECOMMENDATIONS.
BE ALERT
General
This section deals with two goals, maximum life and
dependable operation. Adopt a regular maintenance
and lubrication program. Care and sufficient lubrication
is the best insurance against delays.
Safety
• Always shut off the tractor and remove key before
dismounting.
• Guard against hydraulic high pressure leaks with
hand and face protection.
• Never work under the implement unless it is in the
down position or securely blocked in place. Do not
depend on the hydraulic system to support the frame.
DANGER
Warning
Securely support any machine elements that
must be raised for service work.
Caution
Mechanism on Stacker
May Move Automatically
Without Warning
Keep service area clean
and dry. Wet or oily
floors are slippery.
TO AVOID INJURY OR DEATH
• Stop all controls and engine, remove ignition key.
• Turn electrical power off on control box.
• Secure the position of all mechanisms before
servicing or adjusting.
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Tighten Bolts
• Before operating the unit.
• After the first two hours of operation.
• Check tightness periodically thereafter.
• Use Bolt Torque Chart on page 6-20 for correct
values on various bolts.
• Note dashes on hex heads to determine correct
grade.
Note: DO NOT use the values in the Bolt Torque
Chart if a different torque value or tightening
procedure is given for a specific application.
• Fasteners should be replaced with the same or higher
grade. If higher grade is used, only tighten to the
strength of the original.
Tires
• Inspect tires and wheels daily for tread wear, side
wall abrasions, damaged rims or missing lug bolts
and nuts. Replace if necessary.
• Tighten wheel bolts - refer to Bolt Torque Chart.
• Check tire pressure daily, when tires are cold. Tire
pressures for specific tires are listed in the “Machine
Specification” section at the front of this manual.
Warning
After the first 100 hours of use, re-torque all
wheel lug nuts.
• Correct tire pressure is important.
• Do not inflate tire above the recommended pressure.
Caution
Tire replacement should be done by trained
personnel using the proper equipment.
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Preventative Maintenance
Before operating your Bale Runner carefully inspect the entire machine, and its components for any sign of excessive
wear or weakness. Always follow the Daily Maintenance, General Maintenance, and Year End Maintenance Checklists
to allow for early detection of possible hazards.
WARNING: Always wear eye protection and proper protective clothing while performing
maintenance on the Bale Runner. Protective clothing includes but is not limited to;
heavy pants and shirt, steel toed boots, and gloves.
WARNING: When working with hydraulic fluid you should wear rubber gloves to prevent
oil from getting in cuts and scratches in your skin and causing infections or allergic
reactions.
Hydraulic System Preventative Maintenance
DANGER: Remember to turn off hydraulic system and tractor and remove key from
ignition before servicing the Bale Runner. The Bed and Loader should be lowered to
their lowest position or securely blocked in position.
• Maintain tractor hydraulic system and fluid according to manufacturers specifications. Always use a good quality
hydraulic fluid.
• Check the fluid level in the tractor with the bed and loader cylinders retracted.
WARNING: Hydraulic fluid escaping under pressure can easily penetrate skin.
Openings in the skin and minor cuts are susceptible to infection from hydraulic fluid.
If injured by escaping hydraulic fluid, see a doctor at once. Without immediate medical
treatment, serious infection and allergic reaction can occur.
• Check for chaffing or kinking of the hydraulic hoses, these are a source of leaks in hoses.
• Check hoses and cylinders for leaks and repair as necessary. Remember that hydraulic fluid escaping under
pressure can penetrate human skin. Use a piece of cardboard or wood to look for a suspected high pressure leak.
• Replace all hoses or hydraulic components that show any sign of wear, cracks,leaking, etc.
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Hydraulic Pressure Relief
IMPORTANT! RELIEVING HYDRAULIC PRESSURE FROM LINES
Repairs to hoses and cylinders will usually require disconnecting a fitting connection. Fittings should not be
disconnected until the pressure in the hydraulic circuit has been relieved. Follow this procedure to relieve pressure
in the hydraulic lines.
WARNING: Hydraulic fluid escaping under pressure can easily penetrate skin.
Openings in the skin and minor cuts are susceptible to infection from hydraulic fluid.
If injured by escaping hydraulic fluid, see a doctor at once. Without immediate medical
treatment, serious infection and allergic reaction can occur.
WARNING: Always wear eye protection and proper protective clothing while performing
maintenance on the Bale Runner. Protective clothing includes but is not limited to;
heavy pants and shirt, steel toed boots, and gloves.
WARNING: When working with hydraulic fluid you should wear rubber gloves to prevent
oil from getting in cuts and scratches in your skin and causing infections or allergic
reactions.
WARNING: Be sure the loader is resting on the hitch or lowered to its lowest position.
When the fluid is released from the system it will allow any part to lower uncontrollably
to its lowest position.
1. Park the tractor and Bale Runner on level ground, place the transmission in park, set the parking brake, turn
off the tractor, and remove the key. When the tractor is off, move each of the hydraulic levers forward and back
approximately four times.
2. Uncouple the hoses from the tractor. Slowly unscrew the male hydraulic tips on the ends of the stacker hydraulic
hoses, turning them 1/8 th of a turn at a time watching for oil to start leaking out.
3. Use a bucket to catch leaking hydraulic fluid.
4. Crack the hydraulic lines to the loader cylinders as they can have oil under pressure caught by the load check
valve.
Warning
HIGH-PRESSURE FLUID HAZARD
To prevent serious injury or death:
• Relieve pressure on hydraulic system before servicing or
disconnecting hoses.
• Wear proper hand and eye protection when searching for
leaks. Use wood or cardboard instead of hands.
• Keep all components in good repair.
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Maintenance
Daily Maintenance
WARNING: After the first 100 hours of use, re-torque all wheel lug nuts.
Daily Check
Lubricate
Hitch Connection
Inspect Pins
Inspect Plastic
Inspect Hydraulics Clean Lubricate all grease points with all-purpose, non-clay based grease. See “Lubrication”
section for location of grease zerks.
Check the bolt system that connects the stacker to the tractor drawbar. A loose
connection will wear faster and possibly uncouple.
Check to make sure all pins and bolts are secure in their proper places. Inspect the
pivot pins for wear and replace as necessary.
Check all plastic wear plates for wear or breakage. See section in general
maintenance.
Inspect all hydraulic hoses, fittings, and couplings for signs of wear and fix as
necessary. Check hydraulic fluid in tractor and general hydraulic system as outlined
above.
Keep the Bale Runner clean and free from mud and dirt, especially around hydraulic
cylinder rods and moving parts.
Axle Bearings
Check the oil level in the axle hubs and fill with 80-90 gear lube as necessary.
Wheel Lug Nuts
Examine the wheel lug nuts making sure all are tight and none are missing.
Tire Air Pressure
Check air pressure in tires. Tire pressures for specific tires are listed in the
“Machine Specification” section at the front of this manual.
Wiring Harness Make sure wires are not rubbing on sharp metal objects etc.

Lighting Check to be sure all lights (brake, turn and clearance) are intact and functioning properly.


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Brakes Check brakes for adjustment periodically.
Sensors Wipe off dust and metal from all ferrous metal sensors.
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Lubrication Points
Notes:
1. Make sure hubs have oil and the plug is in the hub caps. Changing bearings is dificult and requires large size
tools.
2. Grab hooks have no grease zerks. See grab hook assembly for location of plastic bushings.
3. 10 hour grease point.
4. 2 Grease points on tensioner and chain drive shaft bearings.
Lubricants
Hydraulic oil.....................................................High quality that meets or exceeds tractor specifications
Axle hub oil..................................................................................................................... 80-90 gear lube
Grease............................................................................................................................. Non clay based
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General Maintenance
General Check
• Lug nuts should be tightened to 450-500 ft-lbs.
• Bolts in axle suspension system should be tightened to the values on decal 10774 shown below.
• Alignment Arm Chains should be kept tight to prevent cracking of the Loader. Check the chain tightness by visually
inspecting the chains when the Loader is fully raised. The chains should have little or no slack.
To tighten Alignment Arm Chains
1.Jack up the ends of the Alignment Arms and block them in place. This should create the most slack in the chain.
2.Release the safety latch and unhook the grab hook. Determine the link that would eliminate the most slack in
the chain.
3.Remove the double clevis pin in the end of the chain, hook the grab hook on the desired link, and re-lock the
safety latch.
4.Re-install the pin on the double clevis on the end of the chain through the pad eye on the Alignment Arm.
• Check all plastic wear surfaces used in the machine. These parts are located at the Hitch pivot point, between
the Hitch and the Frame, at the Alignment Arm pivots, and in the Grab Hook pivots.
• Periodically check all bolts. Use grade eight bolts for replacements. A torque chart is provided on page 6-21.
Cylinder Repair
The diagnosis and repair of the hydraulic cylinders on the Auto Align Bale Runner should only be attempted by a
qualified service technician familiar with this type of repair.
Bed Extensions
The bed extensions are used to hold the fifth tier in a load, depending on the dimensions of the bales being stacked.
Refer to the chart on page 5-17 to determine if your application requires the use of bed extensions. The bed extensions
can easily be removed, and re-pinned to the loader if it is desired to stack a different sized bale.
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Air Brake Maintenance
Every Three Months or 25,000 Miles
1. Check the condition of the foundation brakes,
including drums, shoes and linings, cams, rollers,
bushings, etc.
2. Check for structural damage of the housing, worn
clevis, worn clevis bushings and condition of the boot
for cuts or tears. Replace if necessary.
3. After allowing the brake drum to cool to room
temperature, check for correct chamber stroke
following the procedure on page 6-10. Due to different
operating conditions, chamber stroke tests may be
necessary at earlier intervals. See charts on page
6-10 for the recommended stroke measurements.
Note: An automatic slack adjuster should not have
to be manually adjusted except for initial
installation and at the time of brake reline.
Boot
Grease
Fitting
Every Six Months or 50,000 Miles
Gunite slack adjusters are factory lubricated and
extensively sealed to protect against dirt, water, salt
and other corrosive elements. Nevertheless, periodic
lubrication is recommended.
Hex
Extension
Figure 1 - Lubrication Points
Greasing the Slack Adjuster
1. A grease fitting is provided to allow lubrication
during normal chassis servicing (see fig. 1). With
a conventional grease gun, lubricate until grease
appears on the camshaft, or grease flows from the
grease relief.
Grease Relief
Note: Slack Adjusters with a grooved and drilled
worm wheel will not have a grease relief on
the end cap opposite the adjusting hex.
2. The newest Gunite slack adjusters are produced
without a grease relief, forcing lubricant through
the drilled worm wheel onto the camshaft. Previous
designs incorporated a grease relief (see fig. 2).
3. Lubriplate Aero is the grease used in the manufacture
of Gunite slack adjusters. It is recommended for
use in temperatures as low as -40 degrees F (-40
degrees C).
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Air Brake Maintenance - Continued
Adjust the brakes as follows:
1. Rotate the hex extension clockwise until the brake
linings contact the brake drum. Back off the slack
adjuster by rotating the hex counterclockwise 1/2
turn.
2. Backing off the slack will require approximately 25
to 30 ft lbs of torque. When backing off the slack
adjuster, a ratcheting sound will be heard.
3. Using a ruler, measure the distance from the face
of the air chamber to the center of the large pin
in the clevis (A) (see fig. 3). Make an 85 psi brake
application and allow the chamber push rod to travel
its maximum stroke. Measure to the center of the
large pin (B). The difference between (A) and (B)
is the push rod stroke. Check the following chart
for proper maximum stroke after adjustment of the
brakes.
Figure 3 - Measuring Maximum Stroke
“STANDARD” CLAMP TYPE BRAKE CHAMBER DATA
Type
Outside
Diameter
Rated
Stroke
Maximum stroke at which
brakes must be readjusted
9
5-1/ 4
1.75
1-3/8
Measuring the Free Stroke
12
5-11/1 6
1.75
1-3/8
4. Free stroke is the amount of movement of the slack
adjuster required to move the brake shoes against
the drum. With brakes released, measure from the
face of the chamber to the center of the clevis pin.
Use a ruler to measure the movement of the slack
adjuster until the brake shoes contact the drum (fig.
4). The difference between the released and applied
measurements is the free stroke. The free stroke
should be 3/8” to 5/8”. If the free stroke is good, but
the applied stroke is too long, there is a problem with
the foundation brake. Check the foundation brake for
missing or worn components, cracked brake drums,
or improper lining to drum contact. If the free stroke
is greater than the recommended distance (3/8” to
5/8”), a function test of the slack adjuster should be
performed (see page 6-11). If the free stroke is less
than 3/8”, a dragging brake can occur. Check to see
that the manual adjustment procedure was followed
correctly. Manually readjust the brake following the
procedure on this page.
16
6-3/8
2.2 5
1-3/ 4
20
6-2 5/3 2
2.2 5
1-3/ 4
24
7-7/ 32
2.2 5
1-3/ 4
30
8-3/3 2
2.5 0
2
36 *
9
3.00
2-1/ 4
*Note: If type 36 chamber is used, slack length should be less than 6”.
“LONG STROKE” CLAMP TYPE BRAKE CHAMBER DATA
Type
Outside
Diameter
Rated
Stroke
Maximum stroke at which
brakes must be readjusted
2
16
6-3/8
2.5 0
20
6-2 5/3 2
2.5 0
2
24
7-7/ 32
2.5 0
2
24 *
7-7/3 2
3.00
2-1/2
30 *
8-3/3 2
3.00
2-1/2
*Note: Identified by square air port bosses.
Figure 4 - Free Stroke
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Air Brake Maintenance - Continued
Slack Adjuster Function Test
If the maximum stroke, with an 85 psi brake application
is less than the distance shown in the chart on page
6-10, the Gunite slack adjuster is functioning properly.
Troubleshooting
1. The Gunite slack adjuster should not require
manual readjustment. If the maximum chamber
stroke is within the range for the size chamber used
(see fig. 3), the slack adjuster should not be manually
readjusted. If the chamber stroke exceeds the limit,
measure the free stroke. If the free stroke is good, but
the applied stroke is too long, there is a problem with
the foundation brake. Check the foundation brake for
missing or worn components, cracked brake drums,
or improper lining to drum contact.
If the free stroke is greater than the recommended
distance (3/8” to 5/8”), a function test of the slack
adjuster should be performed. To test the function
of the slack adjuster, place a 7/16” box wrench
on the hex extension and rotate it 3/4 of a turn
counterclockwise. A ratcheting sound will be heard.
Mark the 7/16” hex extension with chalk and apply
the brakes several times and watch for the hex to
rotate clockwise.
The hex extension must rotate clockwise. The
adjustment is intentionally made in small increments
so it will take several cycles to bring the adjuster
within the stroke limit shown in the chart.
If the free stroke is less than 3/8”, a dragging brake
can occur. Check to see that the manual adjustment
procedure was followed correctly. Manually readjust
the brake following the procedure on page 6-10.
2. Check the torque by attaching a torque wrench to the
hex extension and turning it in a counterclockwise
direction and record the measurement.
3. If the hex extension did not rotate clockwise during
brake application or there is less than 15 ft lbs
of torque required to rotate the hex extension in
the counterclockwise direction, the slack adjuster
must be replaced. If immediate replacement is
not possible, proper brake adjustment must be
maintained by manual adjustment.
4. If the hex extension rotates clockwise and has
a torque of greater than 15 ft lbs when rotated
counterclockwise, the slack is functioning properly.
Check the foundation brake for proper function, worn
cam bushing, pins and rollers, broken springs, worn
quick connect clevis, worn clevis bushings and clevis
pins. Repair as necessary and repeat the function
test.
5. Readjust the brake after the function test.
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Air Brake Maintenance - Continued
FF2 Full Function Valve Fitting General Installation Guidelines
1. Dependent on sealant type, the basic guidelines for FF2 pipe fitting installation is finger tight, plus one or two
turns maximum. Sealant is the variable with the greatest effect on fitting installation. Characteristics of different
sealants are as follows:
Teflon Pipe Sealant
Teflon pipe sealant acts as a lubricant. Fittings go in farther with the same torque. They may not have to go a
full turn past finger tight to seal.
Fittings Without Sealant
Fittings without sealant will seal adequately in plastic ports. They arrive at finger tight in less turns than lubricated
fittings. Unlike lubricated fittings, fittings without sealant require more turns past finger tight to achieve a seal,
typically one or two turns.
Fittings With Dry Sealant
Fittings with dry sealant become finger tight in less turns than fittings without sealant. The dry sealant increases
the fitting size so it starts tightening sooner. As the fitting is wrench tightened the sealant compresses, Having
variable effects on turns required to seal. Sealing still requires one to two turns past finger tight, but more
attentions must be paid to fitting torque.
2. Start fittings straight to prevent crossed threads. Fittings should be started by hand for at least one turn before
use of wrenches.
3. Dry sealant must be applied properly. If dry sealant is applied to the first thread of a fitting, it will be hard to start
the fitting straight.
4. Any pipe fitting or sealant can be used in the installation of the FF2 Full Function Valve. The consistent use of
one type of sealant will help you install fittings successfully.
5. The use of teflon tape on a regular basis is not recommended. Bits of tape break off during installation.
6. When the last thread or hex of a fitting is flush with the surface, the fitting has been installed past the point required
to seal. Do not install the fitting farther!
Max Torque (in-lbs)
1/4”NPTF - 120
3/8”NPTF - 180
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Wheel Bearing Adjustment
Wheel Bearing Adjustment Procedure (Double Nut Arrangement)
1. Prior to installing any wheel-end fasteners, make sure the spindle area is free of dirt and debris. As well, make
sure all nuts and washers are free of dirt. Clean mating surfaces are important for proper wheel-end assembly.
2. After properly installing the bearing cones and wheel-end seal onto the spindle, and the wheel-end is slid onto the
spindle, tighten the inner spindle nut with a torque wrench to 150-200 ft. lbs. to set the bearings and wheel-end.
CAUTION: DO NOT USE AN AIR IMPACT WRENCH TO TIGHTEN THIS NUT!
3. Loosen this inner nut to allow the brake drum to rotate freely. Backing off one (1) full turn is recommended.
4. Re-tighten the inner spindle nut to 50 ft. lbs. by hand using a torque wrench to position the bearings for final
adjustment. CAUTION: DO NOT USE AN AIR IMPACT WRENCH TO TIGHTEN THIS NUT!
5. Back the inner spindle nut off 1/4 turn.
6. Install the retaining fastener or fasteners onto the spindle according to the fastener used. If washers are used,
be sure they are facing in the right direction and are clean. Make sure any washers with dowels fit properly into
the mating holes.
7. Install the outer spindle nut. Using a torque wrench, tighten this nut to 250-300 ft. lbs. Resulting end play should
be .001” - .005”.
Note: If end play is not .001” - .005”, disassemble and repeat this procedure.
Electrical Maintenance
Electrical components on the 16k PLUS Bale Runner do not need regular maintenance unless wires or cable are
worn or broken. This section briefly outlines the function of the electrical systems and gives some basic guidelines
for maintenance and repair.
Basic Maintenance and Notes
• Always check the wires for wear from rubbing on different components. When wear is detected, move the wires
or shield them.
• When troubleshooting, always check the wires for good connections.
• Use the Electrical Diagrams to rebuild wires if needed.
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Electrical Diagrams
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Year End Maintenance
Storage
• Park Bale Runner on level ground.
• Lock Hitch in the “in-line” position with Hitch Safety Pin.
• Set Loader on the Hitch.
• Relieve pressure in lines to prevent “thermal” lock.
WARNING: Keep children away from the stored Bale Runner. Many of the surfaces on
the machine are slippery and injuries may result from climbing on or around machine.
CAUTION: Keep livestock away from machine so they will not injure themselves or
damage the machine.
Preventative Maintenance
• Touch up any scratches or flaking paint.
• Grease all zerks with an all-purpose, non-clay based grease. The non-clay based grease should help eliminate
the plugging of grease zerks.
• Cover tires to prevent sun damage.
CAUTION: Direct sunlight will cause tires and hoses to deteriorate more quickly.
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Suspension Maintenance
The 16k PLUS uses a Hutchens Industries trailer suspension similar to below.
For detailed information visit Hutchens website resource centre at www.hutchensindustries.com.
Suspension used is H-9700 underslung with 44” centers and 2 1/4” spring seat height with 5”round axles.
1
2
3
5
6
6
3
4
Tandem Axle Overslung Shown
Torque Specifications
Item No.
Fastener
Oiled
Dry
1
1 1/8-7 (9600/9700 Rocker Bolt)
590 Lb-Ft
790 Lb-Ft
2
1-14 (9700 Radius Rod Bolt)
540 Lb-Ft
720 Lb-Ft
3
7/8-14 (Axle U-Bolt & 9600 Radius Rod Bolt)
350 Lb-Ft
470 Lb-Ft
4
3/4-16 (Axle U-Bolt)
310 Lb-Ft
420 Lb-Ft
5
5/8-18 (Radius Rod Clamp Bolt)
130 Lb-Ft
170 Lb-Ft
6
5/8-18 (Spring Retainer Bolt)
35 Lb-Ft
50 Lb-Ft
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Suspension Maintenance - Continued
Periodically check suspension components and torque bolts to specifications as follows especially after first using
a new machine.
Axle Clamp Group and Springs
1. Check the torque on the U-bolt nuts by alternately tightening opposing corners of the clamp assembly. See Figur e 1.
a. When using 7/8" – 14 U-bolts, the nuts should be torqued to a dry level of 470 lb-ft.
b. When using 3/4" – 16 U-bolts, the nuts should be torqued to a dry level of 420 lb-ft.
Fig. 1
1st
3r d
2nd
4th
Move to opposite corner
Always carefully inspect the spring and axle clamp components for any signs of wear or cracks, and replace if visible wear or
cracks are present.
Radius Rods
2a.
The 1" – 14 radius rod attachment bolts at the hangers and spring seats should be tightened to a dry level of 720 lb-ft of
torque on both the adjustable and non-adjustable radius rods. See Figur e 2.
Fig. 2
1/2"-20 radius r od clamp bolt
Tighten to a dry level of 85 lb-ft of torque
5/8"-18 radius r od clamp bolt
Tighten to a dry level of 170 lb-ft of torque
1"-14 radius r od attachment bolt
Tighten to a dry level of 720 lb-ft of torque
Loose operation of this bolt can result in wear requiring that new components be installed to avoid structural damage. During
your visual inspection, if you observe any visible wear or loosening in the bushing, it is imperative that you immediately replace
the radius rod bushing and bolt. Failure to replace these components will result in damage to the hanger, spring seat, and/or
radius rod.
2b.
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Next check the 1/2" – 20 radius rod clamp bolt, whic h should be tightened to a dry level of 85 lb-ft of torque.The 5/8" –
18 radius rod clamp bolt should be tightened to a dry level of 170 lb-ft of torque. See Figur e 2. If the clamp bolt has not
been properly maintained, then wear between the radius rod screw and the eye end may be observed. If so, then the entire
radius rod must be replaced. Simply re tightening or r eplacing the clamp bolt will not corr ect the pr oblem.
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Rocker Bushings
3. The recommended torque values for the rocker bushing clamp bolts are different for each model.
a. If you are working on the 7700 model suspension, the 5/8" – 18 rocker step bolts should be tightened to a dry level of
170 lb-ft of torque. See Figur e 3a.
b. If you are working on the 9700 model suspension, the single 1 1/8" – 7 rocker bolt should be tightened to a dry level of
790 lb-ft of torque. See Figur e 3b.
Fig. 3a
5/8"-18 r ocker step bolts
Tighten to a dry level of 170 lb-ft of tor que
Fig. 3b
1 1/8" r ocker bolt
Tighten to a dry level of 790 lb-ft of torque
During your check, if the bolts are loose a detailed inspection of the rocker is important to ensure that no structural damage
has occur red. One way this can be done is by raising the trailer until the trailer weight is taken off the springs. If the rocker is
displaced or if the joint is loose, then the rocker should be removed and the rocker and/or rocker bushing be replaced. Again,
visually inspect the condition of all rocker/rocker hanger assembly components and replace if visible wear is present.
Hangers
4. Check all of the spring retainer bolts found in the rocker s and rear hangers. A dry value of 50 lb-ft of torque should be
maintained on all of these bolts. See Figur e 4.
Fig. 4
Spring r etainer bolts
Tighten to a dry level of 50 lb-ft of torque
Loose fasteners that are allowed to operate for any period of time will result in irreversible suspension damage and possible loss
of vehicle control. Retightening a worn fastener will not correct a situation created by loose operation!
October 2005–CA
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Mechanical Specifications for Externally Threaded Fasteners with Grade Markings
Specification
Material
SAE J429-Grade 1
Low or medium
carbon
steel
SAE J429-Grade 2
Size
Range
(in.)
1/4 - 1 1/2
Min. Proof
Strength
(psi)
33,000
Min. Tensile
Strength
(psi)
60,000
1/4 - 3/4
7/8 - 1 1/2
1/4 - 4
55,000
33,000
74,000
60,000
60,000
Core Hardness
Rockwell
Min.
Max.
B70
B100
B80
B70
B69
B100
B100
B100
B69
B95
Min. Yield
Strength
(psi)
36,000
57,000
36,000
ASTM A307-Grade A
Low or medium
carbon
steel
ASTM A307-Grade B
Low or medium
carbon steel
1/4 - 4
SAE J429-Grade 5
ASTM A449-Type1
ASTM A449-Type 1
See Note 2
ASTM A325-Type 1
Medium carbon
steel: quenched
& tempered
1/4 - 1
1 1/8 - 1 1/2
1 3/4 - 3
85,000
74,000
55,000
120,000
105,000
90,000
C25
C19
C34
C30
92,000
81,000
58,000
Medium carbon
steel: quenched
& tempered
1/2 - 1"
1 1/8 - 1 1/2
85,000
74,000
120,000
105,000
C25
C19
C34
C30
92,000
81,000
Medium carbon
alloy steel:
quenched &
tempered
Medium carbon
alloy steel:
quenched &
tempered
Medium carbon
alloy steel:
quenched &
tempered
Low carbon
boron steel:
quenched &
tempered
Medium carbon
alloy steel:
quenched &
tempered
Low alloy steel:
quenched &
tempered
1/4 - 2 1/2
2 1/2 - 4
105,000
95,000
125,000
115,000
C26
C22
C36
C33
109,000
99,000
1/4 - 2 1/2
2 1/2 - 4
120,000
105,000
150,000
140,000
C33
C31
C39
C39
130,000
115,000
1/4 - 1 1/2
120,000
150,000
C33
C39
130,000
1/4 - 1
120,000
150,000
C33
C39
130,000
1/2 - 1 1/2
120,000
150,000(min)
170,000(max)
See Note 3
C33
C38
130,000
#0 - 1/2
over 1/2 - 2
140,000
135,000
180,000
170,000
C39
C37
C45
C45
162,000
153,000
60,000(min)
100,000(max)
See Note 1
See Note 1
See Note 3
Grade
Identification
Marking
See Note 5
ASTM A354
Grade BC
Bolt Torque Specification Chart
ASTM A354
Grade BD
SAE J429-Grade 8
SAE J429-Grade 8.2
ASTM A490-Type 1
ASTM A574 Socket
Head Cap Screw
See Note 2
See Note 2
See Note 4
Note 1: No minimum hardness is required on bolts and studs 3 x diameter and longer.
Note 2: Bolts less than 3 diameter in length and studs less than 4 diameter in length shall have hardness values not less than minimum and not
more than maximum. This hardness testing is the only mechanical testing requirement for these bolts and studs.
Note 3: Bolts less than 3 x diameter are subject only to maximum/minimum hardness testing.
Note 4: ASTM A354-Grade BD with diameters ¼” thru 2 ½” shall be marked with six radial lines and, in addition may be marked with the grade
symbol “BD.” BD shall be marked on bolts over 2 ½” in diameter.
Note 5: Bolts shall be marked “A325.” Additionally, the bolts may be marked with 3 radial 120 degrees apart (as shown).
Torque-Tension Relationships for SAE J429 Grade Bolts
Nominal
Thread
Size
Clamp
Load (lbs)
SAE J429 Grade 2
Tightening Torque
K = .15
K = .20
1/4-20
5/16-18
3/8-16
7/16-14
1/2-13
9/16-12
5/8-11
3/4-10
7/8-9
1-8
1,300
2,150
3,200
4,400
5,850
7,500
9,300
13,800
11,425
15,000
49 in-lbs
101
15 ft-lbs
24
36.5
53
73
129
125
187.5
1/4-28
5/16-24
3/8-24
7/16-20
1/2-20
9/16-18
5/8-18
3/4-16
7/8-14
1-12
1,500
2,400
3,600
4,900
6,600
8,400
10,600
15,400
12,610
16,410
55 in-lbs
112
17 ft-lbs
27
41
59
83
144
138
205
SAE J429 Grade 5
Clamp
Tightening Torque
Load (lbs)
K = .15
K = .20
Unified Coarse Thread Series
65 in-lbs
2,000
75 in-lbs
100 in-lbs
134
3,350
157
210
20 ft-lbs
4,950
23 ft-lbs
31 ft-lbs
30
6,800
37
50
49
9,050
57
75
70
11,600
82
109
97
14,500
113
151
173
21,300
200
266
166
29,435
321
430
250
38,600
482.5
640
Unified Fine Thread Series
75 in-lbs
2,300
85 in-lbs
115 in-lbs
150
3,700
173
230
22.5 ft-lbs
5,600
26 ft-lbs
35 ft-lbs
36
7,550
42
55
55
10,200
64
85
79
13,000
92
122
110
16,300
128
170
193
23,800
223
298
184
32,480
355
473
273
42,270
528
704
Clamp
Load (lbs)
SAE J429 Grade 8
Tightening Torque
K = .15
K = .20
2,850
4700
6,950
9,600
12,800
16,400
20,300
30,100
41,550
54,540
107 in-lbs
220
32.5 ft-lbs
53
80
115
159
282
454
680
143 in-lbs
305
44 ft-lbs
70
107
154
211
376
606
900
3,250
5,200
7,900
10,700
14,400
18,300
23,000
33,600
45,855
59,670
120 in-lbs
245
37 ft-lbs
59
90
129
180
315
500
745
163 in-lbs
325
50 ft-lbs
78
120
172
240
420
668
995
Clamp load estimated as 75% of proof load for specified bolts.
Torque values for ¼ and 5/16 inch series are in inch-pounds. All other torque values are in foot-pounds.
Torque values calculated from formula T = KDF where: K=0.15 for “lubricated” conditions K=0.20 for “dry” conditions
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Section 7:
Storage
Storage
Section Contents
Section 7:
Storage7-1
Preparing for Storage........................................................................................................7-2
Cylinder Shaft Protection ..................................................................................................7-3
Removing from Storage.....................................................................................................7-3
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Storage
Preparing for Storage
• To insure longer life and satisfactory operation,
store the implement in a shed.
• If building storage is impossible, store away from
areas of main activity on level, firm, dry ground.
• Lock Hitch in the “in-line” position with Hitch Safety
Pin.
• Set Loader on the Hitch.
• Relieve pressure in lines to prevent “thermal” lock.
Warning
Do not allow children to play
• Clean machine thoroughly.
on or around the machine.
• Inspect all parts for wear or damage.
• Avoid delays - if parts are required, order at the end
of the season.
• Lubricate grease fittings. (Refer to Maintenance
Section).
• Tighten all bolts to proper specifications (Refer to
Maintenance Section).
• For a safer storage, lower the implement into field
position and release the hydraulic pressure.
• Level implement using hitch jack and block up.
• Relieve pressure from hydraulic system.
• Raise frames, block up and relieve weight from the
tires.
• Cover tires with canvas to protect them from the
elements when stored outside.
• Coat exposed cylinder shafts (Refer to Cylinder
Shaft Protection).
• Touch up any scratches or flaking paint.
Caution
Keep livestock away from machine so they will
not injure themselves or damage the machine.
Note: Direct sunlight will cause tires and hoses to
deteriorate more quickly.
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Storage
Cylinder Shaft Protection
The steps summarized below should be followed when
protecting chrome plated shafting on equipment:
• Position the equipment as it will be stored, and
identify all the exposed portions of the chrome plated
shafts.
• Clean dirt and dust from the exposed portions of
the shaft using a dry cloth or a cloth which has been
dampened with an appropriate solvent.
• Prepare a mixture of 60% oil-based rust inhibitor and
40% Kerosene. Apply a thin coating of this mixture
to the exposed surfaces of the chrome plated shaft.
No. 1 fuel oil may be substituted for Kerosene. A
cloth dipped in the mixture can be used to apply the
coating.
• Inspect the shaft surfaces after six months and apply
additional corrosion preventative mixture.
• If the equipment is to be moved and then stored
again for an extended period of time, the steps above
should be repeated for all shafts that were stroked
during the move.
Caution
Dirt in the hydraulic system could damage
O-rings, causing leakage, pressure loss and
total system failure.
• Before retracting the cylinders the protective
coating should be removed. This will prevent
fine sand and dirt that has accumulated in the
coating, from damaging the shaft seal. Under
no circumstances should sandpaper or other
abrasive material be used to clean the surfaces.
Plastic or copper wool in combination with an
appropriate solvent will remove most of the dirt.
Removing from Storage
• Review Operator’s Manual.
• Check tire pressure (Refer to Tire Pressure List).
• Clean machine thoroughly. Remove coating from
exposed cylinder shafts (Refer to Cylinder Shaft
Protection).
• Lubricate grease fittings. (Refer to Lubricating
Section).
• Tighten all bolts to proper specifications (Refer to
Bolt Torque Chart).
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Storage
Notes
7-4
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Section 8:
Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting
Section Contents
Section 8:
Troubleshooting8-1
Safety................................................................................................................................8-2
16k PLUS Control System.................................................................................................8-3
Common Sensor Troubleshooting...............................................................................8-3
Ferrous Metal Sensors.............................................................................................8-3
Pressure Sensor......................................................................................................8-6
Shaft Sensor Shaft Sensor......................................................................................8-7
Crash Avoidance.........................................................................................................8-8
Hitch Inline / Hitch Offset.........................................................................................8-8
Raise Loader / Lower Loader..................................................................................8-8
Raise Bed / Lower Bed............................................................................................8-9
Power Slide Back / Power Slide Return...................................................................8-9
Push Off Out............................................................................................................8-9
Summary...............................................................................................................8-10
Checking Valve Solenoids...............................................................................................8-11
Harness Schematics.......................................................................................................8-13
Controller Harness....................................................................................................8-13
Sensor Harness........................................................................................................8-15
Hydraulic Valve Harness...........................................................................................8-16
Troubleshooting Summary...............................................................................................8-17
Arms won’t Open................................................................................................8-17
Loader Up...........................................................................................................8-18
Loader Down......................................................................................................8-18
Grab Hooks Engage/Release.............................................................................8-19
Bed Up / Down....................................................................................................8-20
Push Off Out/In...................................................................................................8-21
Hitch Inline/Offset................................................................................................8-21
Power Slide Back/Return....................................................................................8-22
Function operates too fast/slow...........................................................................8-22
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August 2014
8-1
Troubleshooting
CAUTION
SAFETY FIRST
REFER TO SECTION 1 AND REVIEW
ALL SAFETY RECOMMENDATIONS.
BE ALERT
Safety
• Always shut off the tractor and remove key before
dismounting.
• Guard against hydraulic high pressure leaks with
hand and face protection.
• Never work under the implement unless it is in the
down position or securely blocked in place. Do not
depend on the hydraulic system to support the frame.
DANGER
Mechanism on Stacker
May Move Automatically
Without Warning
TO AVOID INJURY OR DEATH
• Stop all controls and engine, remove ignition key.
• Turn electrical power off on control box.
• Secure the position of all mechanisms before
servicing or adjusting.
11549
DANGER
CRUSHING HAZARD
• Always rest loader on hitch
and turn off tractor before
working on loader.
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16k PLUS
Troubleshooting
16k PLUS Control System
The 16k PLUS is operated from the monitor in the cab of the tractor, which contains all the computer programming
and controls the functions of the stacker. The monitor communicates with the control box on the stacker via a hitch
cable. The control box is responsible for opening and closing the valves and monitoring the sensors.
Common Sensor Troubleshooting
There are eleven sensors on the 16k PLUS: nine ferrous metal sensors, one pressure sensor, and one shaft sensor.
This manual will refer to each of the sensors by name. Use the following diagram to locate each sensor:
Ferrous Metal Sensors
Ferrous Metal Sensors are located at points 1, 2, 3, 4,
5, 6 and 7 in diagram above. See next two pages for
photos of sensors.
The ferrous metal sensors read either true or false.
A true reading indicates a piece of steel is near the
sensor. (must be magnetic steel). The function of a
sensor can be checked by placing a steel washer on
the sensor, and checking the reading on the monitor
(see Measure - Sensors menu) the sensor should read
“true” when it is activated. If the sensor is unplugged,
it should read false.
16K PLUS Important: Insufficient gap may allow the sensor to
contact moving parts and be destroyed.
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8-3
Troubleshooting
16k PLUS Control System - Continued
Sensor Troubleshooting - Continued
PLASTIC WASHER
Ferrous Metal Sensors - Continued
Common causes for the ferrous metal sensors to not
function properly include:
• Incorrect sensor gap: The gap between the sensor
and the metal meant to activate it should be between
1/8 and 1/4 of an inch. If the gap is too large, the
sensor will not turn true.
Important: Insufficient gap may allow the sensor to
contact moving parts and be destroyed.
BRASS WASHER
AND NUT
• Debris on sensor: Small metallic particles can build
up on the sensor causing it to give a true reading. If
metal filings are building up on the sensor, determine
the cause of the filings and rectify the problem. If the
machine is being operated in an area with volcanic
ash, such as the Pacific North West, it may be
necessary to regularly clean the sensors of debris.
Ferrous Metal Sensor Mounting
• Sensor failure: To check the operation of a sensor,
unplug the sensor and use an ohmmeter to test the
continuity between the two wires. There should be no
continuity when the switch is free. There should be
no resistance when the switch is placed on a piece
of steel. If the state of the sensor does not change,
it has failed and should be replaced.
Important: The Ferrous Sensors are installed
using brass nuts and bolts and plastic
washers. If the sensor is not assembled
as shown, it may not work properly.
• Wire Harness Failure: To test the wire harness,
unplug the sensor. If the computer still shows “true”,
there is a short in the harness. Next, use a short
piece of wire to short between the two pins of the
plug. If the sensor still reads “false”, there is a break
in one of the wires. See “Harness Schematics” for
more information.
1
BALE - ON
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Troubleshooting
16k PLUS Control System - Continued
Sensor Troubleshooting - Continued
Ferrous Metal Sensors - Continued
5
2
HITCH OFFSET
ALIGNMENT ARMS
3
6
LOADER
4
HITCH INLINE
BED UP
BED MID
7
PUSH OFF
BED DOWN
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8-5
Troubleshooting
16k PLUS Control System - Continued
Sensor Troubleshooting - Continued
Pressure Sensor
The pressure sensor on the 16k PLUS measures the
squeeze pressure in the alignment arm cylinders. To
view what pressure the computer is reading, go to the
“Measure - Sensors” menu. The units of measurement
are pounds per square inch.
9
The Monitor may display a low or high pressure warning
if the pressure sensor malfunctions.
• To check the operation of the pressure sensor, watch
the pressure reading in the “Measure - Sensors”
menu as the alignment arm close. The pressure
should increase as the bales are being squeezed.
• Sensor failure: From time to time sensors will fail. If
you suspect this, first test the wire harness for shorts
or broken wires. Otherwise, use a known working
sensor to test the operation of computer and harness.
See “Harness Schematics” for more information.
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PRESSURE
SENSOR
16k PLUS
Troubleshooting
16k PLUS Control System - Continued
Sensor Troubleshooting - Continued
Shaft Sensor Shaft Sensor
The Shaft sensor is used to monitor the location of
the power slide as it moves up and down the bed. To
view what the computer is reading for the power slide
position, go to the “Measure - Sensors” menu. The
units of measurement are “pulses”. Each time a tooth
of the star wheel passes by the sensor, it either adds
or subtracts a “pulse” depending on the direction the
tooth is going.
It is very important that the shaft sensor is oriented
correctly so it reads in the correct direction. See the
following diagram to determine the correct sensor
position.
Note: Failure to orient the Shaft sensor correctly
will result in erratic or incorrect readings.
Common causes for the Shaft sensor to not function
properly include:
• Incorrect orientation: If the sensor is not oriented
correctly, it will not function properly. The number of
“Pulses” should increase as the power slide move
to the back of the machine, and should decrease as
the power slide returns toward the home position.
Typically, the power slide “Pulses” should be as
shown
• Incorrect sensor gap: The gap between the sensor
and the star wheel should be 1/16 of an inch. Too
large a gap may give inconsistent readings.
Important: Insufficient gap may allow the sensor to
contact moving parts and be destroyed.
• Debris on sensor: Small metallic particles can build
up on the sensor causing it stop working. If metal
filings are building up on the sensor, determine the
cause of the filings and rectify the problem. If the
machine is being operated in an area with volcanic
ash, such as the Pacific North West, it may be
necessary to regularly clean the sensors of debris.
8
• Sensor failure: From time to time sensors will fail. If
you suspect this, first test the wire harness for shorts
or broken wires. Otherwise, use a known working
sensor to test the operation of computer and harness.
See “Harness Schematics” for more information.
SHAFT SENSOR
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8-7
Troubleshooting
16k PLUS Control System - Continued
Crash Avoidance
There are several positions where the 16k PLUS is able to crash into itself causing severe damage. To prevent this,
Crash Avoidance is built into the computer programming. Before the computer signals part of the stacker to move,
it checks the sensors to ensure it is safe to do so. If the sensors indicate there is the potential for a crash to occur,
the stacker will not move. In Auto mode, dangerous commands from the joystick are simply ignored. In the Manual
Stack or the Manual Load screens, the stacker will display a warning indicating why it will not move when the Crash
Avoidance is activated.
Note: Some functions will stop when a sensor indicates the mechanism is moved to its limit. This is not
part of the Crash Avoidance.
Important: If the operator feels something is malfunctioning on the stacker, use one of the manual screens
to determine the problem.
The following functions have crash avoidance built in:
Hitch Inline / Hitch Offset
If the loader is down, moving the hitch inline would cause it to crash into it. Also, if the loader has been lowered onto
the hitch, moving the hitch offset could cause damage. For this reason, either the loader must be fully raised, or the
bed must be raised above the mid-position for the hitch to move inline or offset.
• The following Warning screen will display in the Manual Stack screen if the Crash Avoidance has been activated:
• The operator must fully raise the loader for the hitch to move.
• If the operator wishes to lower the loader while stacking bales, the bed must be raised above the mid-position
before lowering the loader
Raise Loader / Lower Loader
If the hitch is not fully offset, moving the loader is up or down could serious damage. Also, if the bed is not completely
down, (but not above the mid-position) lowering the loader could cause a collision. In all screens, the either the hitch
must be fully offset, of the bed must be above the mid-position for the loader to lower. In the Auto screen, the loader
cannot be raised when the hitch is not fully offset, but because the machine is often stored or transported with the
loader resting on the hitch, it is possible to raise the loader in either of the Manual screens. Use caution when raising
the loader if the hitch is not fully offset.
• The following screen Warning screen will be displayed in either of the Manual screens if the Crash Avoidance has
been activated:
To raise or lower the loader, the operator must either:
• Raise the bed above the mid-position, or
• Lower the bed so it is completely down,
And / Or
• Move the hitch so it is completely offset
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August 2014
16k PLUS
Troubleshooting
16k PLUS Control System - Continued
Crash Avoidance - Continued
Raise Bed / Lower Bed
If the loader down, raising or lowering the bed could cause the loader to crash into the hitch. Also, if the pushoff is
extended, raising or lowering the bed could serious damage to the pushoff.
Note. If the bed is lowered below the mid position with the loader down, you mush switch to Manual Mode
to raise the loader before you can continue.
• The following screen Warning screen will be displayed in the Manual Stack screen if the Crash Avoidance has
been activated:
To raise or lower the bed, the operator must either:
• Retract the pushoff completely
And / Or
• Raise the loader completely.
Power Slide Back / Power Slide Return
If the loader down, moving the power slide could cause it to dig into the ground. The loader must be fully raised to
move the power slide
• The following screen Warning screen will be displayed in the Manual Load screen if the Crash Avoidance has
been activated:
To operate the power slide:
• Raise the loader completely.
Push Off Out
If the bed is not fully raised, extending the Push Off could cause a collision.
• The following screen Warning screen will be displayed in the Manual Stack screen if the Crash Avoidance has
been activated:
To operate the Push Off:
• Raise the bed fully.
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8-9
Troubleshooting
16k PLUS Control System - Continued
Crash Avoidance - Continued
Summary
To determine why the Crash Avoidance is activating, use the following chart. The state of the sensors can be viewed
in the “Measure - Sensors” menu.
To Move:
Alignment Arms Open
Alignment Arms Close
None
None
Loader Up (Auto Screen)
Hitch Offset senor - true AND Bed Down sensor - true
-or
Bed-mid sensor - true
Loader Up (Manual Screen)
None
Loader Down (All Screens)
Hitch Offset senor - true AND Bed Down sensor - true
-or
Bed-mid sensor - true
Grab Hooks Engaged
Grab Hooks Release
None
None
Power Slide Back
Power Slide Return
Loader senor - true
Loader senor - true
Hitch Offset
Loader senor - true
-or Bed Mid sensor - true
Hitch Inline
Loader senor - true
-or
Bed Mid sensor - true
Bed Up
Loader senor - true AND Push-Off sensor - true
-or
Bed Mid senor - true AND Push-Off sensor - true
Bed Down
Loader senor - true AND Push-Off sensor - true
-or
Bed Mid senor - true AND Push-Off sensor - true
Push-Off Out
Push-Off In
8-10
Bed Up senor - true
None
August 2014
16k PLUS
Troubleshooting
Checking Valve Solenoids
To check the valve solenoids, use the following procedure.
Important: Only use Manual Load or Manual Stack screens when diagnosing problems with the valve.
1. If possible, raise the loader and offset the hitch to help reduce the risk of a crash. If it is not possible, take note of
the loader and hitch position and how far each may be moved before a crash will occur.
2. Turn off the tractor
3. Swap the electrical plug of the non-working valve with an adjacent valve that is known to work.
• Look for any obvious signs of damage to the electrical harness or hydraulic hoses.
• Select a function that is free to move in both directions. It may be necessary to either unplug certain sensors,
or use a metal washer to fool certain sensors to get the function to operate in both directions.
Example of unplugging sensors: If using the hitch inline/offset electrical plug as the “known good” circuit, and the
hitch is offset, unplug the “hitch offset” sensor so that the function will operate in both directions. Similarly, if the
hitch were inline, unplug the “hitch inline” sensor.
Example of fooling sensors: If using the Push Off plug as the “known good” circuit, you will have to use a metal
washer to fool the “bed up” sensor. (or alternatively you could raise the bed all the way up.) Otherwise, the crash
avoidance will prevent you from operating the Push Off circuit in manual mode.
4. Start the tractor and engage hydraulics.
5. Use one of the manual screens to try to move the non-working valve with the buttons for the known working valve.
Warning: Use extreme care when moving the machine. The crash avoidance is disabled in this procedure.
If the valve still does not operate, use the “Measure - Outputs” menu to observe the power going to the valve.
(Remember that crash avoidance may be preventing the function from operating. See step 3.)
• If there is power going to the valve and it still does not operate properly, service the hydraulic valve.
• If the valve operates normally: try operating the known working valve with the buttons for the non-working valve.
Again, use the “Measure - Outputs” menu to observe the power going to the valve.
• If the known-working valve does not operate, check the electrical harness for broken wires or shorts.
16K PLUS August 2014
8-11
Troubleshooting
Limiting Bed Speed
The speed of the bed can be limited by adjusting the
stops on the valve rocker. These steps are usually used
to limit the speed of the bed, but can also be used for
the grab hooks or the push off if desired.
Note: It is recommended that the grab hooks and
push off not be limited.
Note: For the hitch, Alignment Arms, Power Slide or
Loader, it is preferable to limit these functions
using the settings in the “Adjust - Speed
Adjustments” menu.
• Loosen the set-screw on the valve using a 3mm Allen
wrench.
• Adjust the stop by screwing it down (to slow the bed),
again using a 3 mm Allen wrench.
• Tighten the set screw.
Repeat the process on the other side of the rocker to
limit the valve in the other direction.
8-12
August 2014
16k PLUS
Troubleshooting
Harness Schematics
Controller Harness
CONTROLLER PLUG
HITCH PLUG
16K PLUS HYDRAULIC VALVE PLUG
SENSOR SOCKET
August 2014
8-13
Troubleshooting
Harness Schematics - Continued
Controller Harness - Continued
CONTROLLER PLUG
SENSOR PLUG
HYDRAULIC VALVE PLUG
8-14
August 2014
16k PLUS
Troubleshooting
Harness Schematics - Continued
Sensor Harness
SENSROR PLUG
PRESSURE SENSROR
PUSH OFF IN SENSROR
SHAFT SENSROR
BED UP SENSROR
BED MID SENSROR
LOADER UP SENSROR
BALE ON SENSROR
ALIGNMENT ARM OPEN SENSROR
HITCH OFFSET SENSROR
BED DOWN SENSROR
HITCH INLINE SENSROR
8-15
August 2014
16K PLUS Troubleshooting
Harness Schematics - Continued
Hydraulic Valve Harness
HYDRAULIC VALVE PLUG
PUSH OFF
HITCH
August 2014
ALIGNMENT ARMS
GRAB HOOKS
BED
MOTOR
LOADER
8-16
16k PLUS
Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting Summary
The following is a list of actions the 16k PLUS can perform, and a list of possible problems that may prevent them
from operating.
Problem
Cause
Correction
Arms won’t Open
Crash Avoidance
None
Both Auto and Manual Mode
Use “measurement - sensors” menu to ensure the
arms open sensor is false.
Auto Mode
Arms will not operate while the power slide is
moving.
Check Current Output
Use “Measure - Outputs” menu to check amperage
going to the Alignment Arms valve. The monitor
should display a negative amperage when opening
the arms. (If there is a broken wire or shorted
wire to the valve, the monitor may show an error
message.)
Check valve solenoid
Use procedure described in “Checking Valve
Solenoids” to check the operation of the valve.
Crash avoidance
None
Auto Mode
Use “Measure - Sensors” menu to view the
pressure sensor reading. Ensure it is lower than
the “1st Squeeze Pressure”.
Arms won’t Close
Arms will not operate while the power slide is
moving.
16K PLUS Check Current Output
Use “Measure - Outputs” menu to check amperage
going to the Alignment Arms valve. The monitor
should display a positive amperage when opening
the arms. (If there is a broken wire or shorted
wire to the valve, the monitor may show an error
message.)
Check valve solenoid
Use procedure described in “Checking Valve
Solenoids” to check the operation of the valve.
August 2014
8-17
Troubleshooting
Problem
Cause
Correction
Loader Up
Crash Avoidance
Manual Mode - No restrictions
Auto Mode - If the bed is down, use “Measure Sensors” menu to ensure the hitch offset sensor
is true.
Auto Mode - If the bed is up, use the “Measure Sensors” menu to ensure the bed mid sensor is
true.
NOTE: If the bed has been lowered below the
mid-position with the loader down, the
operator MUST switch into one of the
Manual screens to raise the loader.
Loader Down
Check current output
Use “Measure - Outputs” menu to check amperage
going to the Loader valve. The monitor should
display a positive amperage when raising the
loader. (If there is a broken wire or shorted wire
to the valve, the monitor may show an error
message.)
Check valve solenoid
Use procedure described in “Checking Valve
Solenoids” to check the operation of the valve.
Crash Avoidance
Both Manual and Auto Mode: If the bed is down,
use the “Measure - Sensors” menu to ensure the
hitch offset sensor is true and the bed down switch
is true.
If the bed is raised, use “Measure - Sensors” menu
to ensure the bed mid sensor is true.
Note: The loader will not lower if neither the
bed mid or the bed down sensors are
true.
Check Operating Mode
Auto Mode only: The loader cannot be lowered
in Auto Mode if the slider is not ready. Look for
the Green Check Mark in the top right corner
of the Auto screen. If the Green Check Mark is
not displayed, see “Resetting Power Slide” for
instructions on how to set the Power slide in the
home position.
Continued on next page . . .
8-18
August 2014
16K PLUS
Troubleshooting
Problem
Cause
Correction
Loader Down - Continued
Check Operating Mode
Auto Mode only: The loader cannot be lowered in
Auto Mode if the Bale On sensor is true. (This is
done to prevent dropping bales accidentally.) Look
for the bale icon in the lower left corner of the Auto
screen, or use the “Measure - Sensors” menu to
check the state of the Bale On sensor.
Auto Mode only: The loader cannot be lowered in
Auto Mode if the computer thinks it has a full load.
(This is done to prevent dropping the last row of
bales accidentally.) If the power slide stalls during
the first 30 inches of travel when pushing the bales
back in the Auto Load sequence, the computer
assumes the stacker has a full load. To reset the
computer, the bed must be raised to the “bed Up”
position, or alternatively, use a piece of ferrous
metal to turn on the “Bed Up” sensor momentarily.
Grab Hooks Engage/
Release
Check Current Output
Use “Measure - Outputs” menu to check amperage
going to the Loader valve. The monitor should
display a negative amperage when lowering
the loader. (If there is a broken wire or shorted
wire to the valve, the monitor may show an error
message.)
Check valve solenoid
Use procedure described in “Checking Valve
Solenoids” to check the operation of the valve.
Crash Avoidance
None
Check operating mode
Manual mode: Use the soft keys in “Manual Stack”
screen to ensure check if the grab hooks work. If
the grab hooks do not work in manual mode, check
the valve solenoid.
Auto Mode: If the grab hooks do not engage in
Auto Mode, it is likely the Bale On sensor is not
being activated by the bale. The appearance of the
grey bale in the bottom left corner of the screen
Auto screen indicates the bale-on sensor has been
activated. Auto Mode: If the grab hooks do not disengage
in Auto Mode, it is likely the Bale On sensor is not
turning off. Check there is nothing jammed in the
sensor pad to hold the pad down. Then check the
ferrous sensor is working properly.
Continued on next page . . .
16K PLUS
August 2014
8-19
Troubleshooting
Problem
Cause
Correction
Grab Hooks Engage/
Release - Continued
Check current output
The current output can only be checked in Auto
mode. Use the “Measure - Outputs” menu. When
“Grab Hooks In” is “true” the computer is sending
12V to the valve to engage the grab hooks. When
“Grab Hooks Out” is “true” the computer is sending
12V to the valve to disengage the grab hooks.
Check valve solenoid
Use procedure described in “Checking Valve
Solenoids” to check the operation of the valve.
Crash Avoidance
Both Manual and Auto Mode: Use the “Measure Sensors” menu to ensure the Push Off In sensor
is true.
Bed Up / Down
Both Manual and Auto Mode:
If the bed is down, use the “Measure - Sensors”
menu to ensure the Loader Up sensor is true.
- OR If the bed is raised and the loader is down, use
“Measure - Sensors” menu to ensure the bed mid
sensor is true.
Note: If the bed is lowered below the Bed Mid
sensor with the loader down, the loader
must be raised in the manual mode
before continuing.
8-20
Check current output
Use the “Measure - Outputs” menu. When “Bed
Up” is “true” the computer is sending 12V to the
valve to raise the bed. When “Bed Down” is “true”
the computer is sending 12V to the valve to lower
the bed.
Check valve solenoid
Use procedure described in “Checking Valve
Solenoids” to check the operation of the valve.
August 2014
16K PLUS
Troubleshooting
Problem
Cause
Correction
Push Off Out/In
Crash Avoidance
Push Off Out: Use the “Measure - Sensors” menu
to ensure the Bed Up sensor is true.
Push Off In: None
Hitch Inline/Offset
Check current output
The current output can only be checked in Auto
mode. Use the “Measure - Outputs” menu. When
“Push Off Out” is “true” the computer is sending
12V to the valve to extend the push off. When “Push
Off In” is “true” the computer is sending 12V to the
valve to retract the push off.
Check valve solenoid
Use procedure described in “Checking Valve
Solenoids” to check the operation of the valve.
Crash Avoidance
Both Manual and Auto Mode:
If the bed is down, use the “Measure - Sensors”
menu to ensure the Loader Up sensor is true.
- OR If the bed is raised and the loader is down, use
“Measure - Sensors” menu to ensure the bed mid
sensor is true.
16K PLUS
Check Sensors
Use the “Measure - Sensors” menu to view the
state of the hitch inline and hitch offset sensors.
The hitch will not move inline if the hitch inline
sensor is true. Similarly, the hitch will not offset if
the hitch offset sensor is true.
Hitch transport pin is in
Remove pin. It may be necessary to unplug
the Hitch Inline sensor to relieve pressure in the
cylinder if the hitch offset button was pressed with
the pin in place.
Check current output
Use “Measure - Outputs” menu to check amperage
going to the Hitch valve. The monitor should display
a negative amperage when moving the hitch
offset, and a positive amperage when moving the
hitch inline. (If there is a broken wire or shorted
wire to the valve, the monitor may show an error
message.)
Check valve solenoid
Use procedure described in “Checking Valve
Solenoids” to check the operation of the valve.
August 2014
8-21
Troubleshooting
Problem
Cause
Correction
Power Slide Back/Return
Crash Avoidance
None
Auto Mode
The Power slide will not return immediately after
pushing the bales back, if there is a full load on
the machine. The power slide will return after
squeezing the Alignment Arms to secure the load.
Check current output
Use “Measure - Outputs” menu to check amperage
going to the Power Slide valve. The monitor should
display a positive amperage when moving the
power slide back, and a negative amperage when
returning the power slide. (If there is a broken wire
or shorted wire to the valve, the monitor may show
an error message.)
Check valve solenoid
Use procedure described in “Checking Valve
Solenoids” to check the operation of the valve.
Hitch, Alignment Arms, Power
Slide, Loader
Adjust the speed the the function in the “Adjust Speed Adjustments” menu. Typically, the valve will
require a minimum of 600 milliamps to just barely
open the valve, and 1150 milli-amps to open the
valve fully.
Bed, Push Off, Grab Hooks
The speed of these functions can be limited by
adjusting the Rocker Stop on the Valve Body. See
“Limiting the Bed Speed”.
Function operates too fast/
slow
8-22
August 2014
16K PLUS
Section 9:
Parts Breakdown
Parts
Section Contents
Section 9:
Parts Breakdown
9-1
Frame..........................................................................................................................9-2
Hitch............................................................................................................................9-4
Hydraulic Valves Mounting..........................................................................................9-6
Sensors Mounting.......................................................................................................9-8
Bed Assembly - Stage 1 - Serial # K161405191 and prior........................................9-10
Bed Assembly - Stage 1 - Serial # K161405301 to present.......................................9-12
Bed Assembly - Stage 2............................................................................................9-14
Slow Moving Vehicle Sign.........................................................................................9-16
Loader Assembly - Serial # K161405191 and prior...................................................9-18
Loader Assembly - Serial # K161405301 to present.................................................9-20
Loader Arm Assembly...............................................................................................9-22
Hose Clamp Locations - Stage 1..............................................................................9-24
Hose Clamp Locations - Stage 2..............................................................................9-25
Drive Chain Assembly...............................................................................................9-26
Final Assembly..........................................................................................................9-28
Hydraulic Assembly...................................................................................................9-30
Hawe Valve................................................................................................................9-34
Cylinder Specification Sheet.....................................................................................9-36
Electrical Control Assembly.......................................................................................9-37
Light Assembly..........................................................................................................9-38
Suspension Assembly...............................................................................................9-39
Non Brake Hub Assembly.........................................................................................9-40
Air Brake Hub Assembly...........................................................................................9-41
Air Brake Assembly...................................................................................................9-42
Hydraulic Brake Assembly.........................................................................................9-44
Slack Adjustment Assembly......................................................................................9-46
16K PLUS
July 2014
9-1
Frame
9-2
July 2014
16K PLUS
Frame
Item
Description
Qty
11589
10046
10047
10075
10229
10436
11065
11373
11382
K51594
11469
11470
11471
11701
12168
BW-11
D-5489
F-3405
K25798
K45449
K45650
K45652
K48205
K48208
K48210
K51086
M-3388
S-1189
S-1925
W-477
W-491
W-538
Mud Flap............................................................................................................................
Lug Nut - Left.....................................................................................................................
Lug Nut - Right...................................................................................................................
Hex Socket Cap Screw - 3/8 x 1 1/2 Lg.............................................................................
Locknut - 3/8 Nylon Insert..................................................................................................
Hydraulic Cylinder - 4 x 36 Stroke......................................................................................
Pin - Hitch Lock..................................................................................................................
Push Off.............................................................................................................................
Pin - 2 7/16 Dia..................................................................................................................
Strap - Mud Flap................................................................................................................
Push Off Tube Plastic.........................................................................................................
Push Off Plastic..................................................................................................................
Bed Cushion Plastic...........................................................................................................
Hitch Cradle Plastic............................................................................................................
Hydraulic Cylinder - 3 x 14 Stroke......................................................................................
Hairpin - 3/16.....................................................................................................................
Washer - 13/32 ID x 13/16 OD x 16 Ga..............................................................................
Locknut - 1/2 Unitorque......................................................................................................
Hex Bolt - 1/2 x 4 Lg..........................................................................................................
Frame/Suspension/Axles Assembly...................................................................................
Tire + Rim Assy - Left.........................................................................................................
Tire + Rim Assy - Right......................................................................................................
Right Fender......................................................................................................................
Support Beam....................................................................................................................
Left Fender.........................................................................................................................
U-Bolt - 1/2 x 3 x 5 3/4 UL..................................................................................................
Locknut - 3/8 Unitorque......................................................................................................
Hex Bolt - 1/2 x 1 3/4 Lg....................................................................................................
Flat Washer - 17/32 ID x 1 OD x 13 Ga..............................................................................
Hex Bolt - 3/8 x 1 1/2 Lg....................................................................................................
Hex Bolt - 1/2 x 2 3/4 Lg....................................................................................................
Flatwasher - 7/16 ID x 1 OD x 14 Ga.................................................................................
2
20
20
16
16
2
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
1
32
22
2
1
2
2
1
2
1
4
8
8
28
12
4
12
11749
12261
K50836
16K Axle.............................................................................................................................
16K Air Brake Axle.............................................................................................................
16K Hydraulic Brake Axle...................................................................................................
2
2
2
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
Part No.
16K PLUS
July 2014
9-3
Hitch
9-4
July 2014
16K PLUS
Hitch
Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
Part No.
D-4838
12020
1202
12036
10049
10050
10051
10052
10069
10129
M-3388
10352
10449
10816
11468
12024
12025
12026
12031
12035
A45664
C-1550
C18761
D-5240
D-5274
D-5489
D-5498
H10462
H27963
K44704
K44706
K45651
K45658
K51583
K50826
K45666
K45667
K45668
K45679
K45680
K47771
K47787
K47788
K47921
K47922
K47926
K47928
K47929
K49088
M-3388
N15196
N29479
N42098
S-1197
S-1199
W-187
W-494
11774 N13965 16K PLUS
Description
Qty
Tie Strap -14 1/2 Lg (11901)............................................................................................... 24
Clamp - 2........................................................................................................................... 1
Clamp - 3........................................................................................................................... 1
Rubber Bushing - 3/8 x 1 1/2............................................................................................. 3
Ball - Hitch Clevis............................................................................................................... 1
Lower Ring - Ball Clevis..................................................................................................... 1
Upper Ring - Ball Clevis..................................................................................................... 1
Shim - Ball Clevis (as needed to tighten Hitch Clevis Ball to 100 ft lbs Torque).................. 9
Cap Screw - 3/8 x 2 Lg Grade 8 (use LOCTITE) (Torque to 40 ft lbs)................................ 8
Pin - Hitch Pivot................................................................................................................. 1
Locknut - 3/8 Nylon Insert.................................................................................................. 2
Washer - Hitch Pivot - 1/2 ................................................................................................. 2
Hitch Cylinder..................................................................................................................... 1
Hex Bolt - 5/8 x 5 Lg.......................................................................................................... 1
Loader Stop....................................................................................................................... 1
Rubber - 3/4 x 2................................................................................................................. 7
Bulk Head Clamp - 2 x 12 JIC............................................................................................ 2
Rubber Bushing - 1/2 x 1 1/2............................................................................................. 3
Bulk Head Clamp - 1 1/2 x 08 JIC...................................................................................... 1
Bulk Head Clamp - 1 1/2 x 06 JIC...................................................................................... 1
Bushing - 1.020 ID x 1.5 OD x 8 Lg.................................................................................... 1
Hex Bolt - 3/8 x 4 Lg.......................................................................................................... 2
Safety Chain - 40,000 Lb................................................................................................... 1
Hairpin - #10 ..................................................................................................................... 2
Locknut - 1 Unitorque......................................................................................................... 3
Washer - 13/32 ID x 13/16 OD x 16 Ga.............................................................................. 4
Washer - 1-1/16 ID x 2 OD x 11 Ga.................................................................................... 6
Adjustment Pin - 0.621 Dia x 3 5/8 UL............................................................................... 2
Top Wind Jack - 7000 Lb.................................................................................................... 1
Oil Line - 3/8 x 129 Lg - 06 FJIC ends................................................................................ 1
Oil Line - 3/4 x 132 Lg - 12 FJIC ends................................................................................ 2
Main Hitch W/Clevis Ball Assy........................................................................................... 1
Front Cover........................................................................................................................ 1
Front Cover - Work Lights (Not Shown)
Front Cover - Hydraulic Brakes - Work Lights (Not Shown)
Rear Cover......................................................................................................................... 1
Hitch................................................................................................................................... 1
Adjustable Hitch................................................................................................................. 1
Hose Plate - Rear.............................................................................................................. 1
Hose Plate - Front.............................................................................................................. 1
Bolt - 1 x 11 Lg................................................................................................................... 3
Hyd Hose - 3/4 x 144 Lg - 1 1/16 - 12 FJIC x 1 1/16 - MJIC............................................... 1
Hyd Hose - 3/4 x 155 Lg - 1 1/16 - 12 FJIC x 1 1/16 - 12 MJIC.......................................... 1
Hyd Hose - 3/8 x 175 Lg - 90 Deg Elbow 9/16 - 18 FJIC x 9/16 - 18 MJIC......................... 1
Hyd Hose - 1/2 x 146 Lg - 90 Deg Elbow 3/4 - 16 FJIC x 3/4 - 16 MJIC............................. 1
Oil Line - 1/2 x 129 Lg........................................................................................................ 1
Rubber Tube - 2 x 5/8......................................................................................................... 1
Rubber Tube - 3 x 3/4......................................................................................................... 2
Loader Stop....................................................................................................................... 1
Locknut - 3/8 Unitorque...................................................................................................... 2
Hex Bolt - 5/16 x 4 Lg......................................................................................................... 2
Hex Bolt - 3/8 x 9 Lg.......................................................................................................... 1
Locknut - 5/16 Nylon Insert................................................................................................ 3
Locknut - 5/8 Unitorque...................................................................................................... 1
Washer - 3/8 ID x 7/8 OD x 14 Ga..................................................................................... 3
Hex Bolt - 3/8 x 1 1/4 Lg.................................................................................................... 2
Hex Bolt - 1/2 x 3 3/4 Lg.................................................................................................... 1
Cylinder Pin - 1 x 4 Lg........................................................................................................ 2
Cotter Pin - 3/16 x 2 1/2 Lg................................................................................................ 4
July 2014
9-5
Hydraulic Valves Mounting
9-6
July 2014
16K PLUS
Hydraulic Valves Mounting
Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
Part No.
11369
11695
10091
M-3388
D-5272
10646
10811
10949
11360
11586
11587
11588
11723
11740
11808
12441
D-5489
N42098
16K PLUS
Description
Qty
Pressure Relief Valve......................................................................................................... 1
Hawe Valve......................................................................................................................... 1
Hex Bolt - 3/8 x 2 1/2 Lg Gr.8............................................................................................. 2
Locknut - 3/8 Nylon Insert.................................................................................................. 2
Locknut - 5/16 Nylon Insert (10231)................................................................................... 5
Hex Bolt - 5/16 x 3 Lg - Gr.8............................................................................................... 2
Set Screw - 5/16 x 2-1/2 Lg................................................................................................ 5
Plastic Hose Clamp Assembly - 3/4” ................................................................................ 1
Load Check........................................................................................................................ 1
Hex Nut - 10 mm ............................................................................................................... 4
Set Screw - 10 mm . .......................................................................................................... 4
Lockwasher - 10 mm ......................................................................................................... 4
Cushion Valve - 200 PSI.................................................................................................... 1
Plastic Hose Clamp Assembly - 13/16”.............................................................................. 4
Hex Bolt - 5/16 x 2 Lg - Gr.8............................................................................................... 2
Pressure Sensor Assembly................................................................................................ 1
Washer - 13/32 ID x 13/16 OD........................................................................................... 20
Locknut - 5/16 Nylon Insert................................................................................................ 4
July 2014
9-7
Sensors Mounting
9-8
July 2014
16K PLUS
Sensors Mounting
Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
Part No.
11584
11585
10295
K51552
11505
11570
11571
11572
11573
11575
K45406
K45802
K47316
K47317
K47328
N22778
S-1193
S-1198
16K PLUS
Description
Qty
Rubber Computer Mount - 1/2” . ....................................................................................... 2
Rubber Computer Mount - 3/4”.......................................................................................... 2
Manual Box........................................................................................................................ 1
Screw - 1/4 x 1 1/4 Lg ....................................................................................................... 2
Sensor Assembly............................................................................................................... 4
Hex Nut #12 - Brass........................................................................................................... 8
Machine Screw #12 - 24 x 1 Lg - Brass............................................................................. 8
Lockwasher #12 - 0.216 ID - Brass................................................................................... 8
Flat Washer #12 - 0.25 ID x 0.562 OD - Brass................................................................... 16
Nylon Spacer - 1/4 ID x 1/2 OD x 1/4Lg ........................................................................... 8
XA2 Harness...................................................................................................................... 1
Computer Mount................................................................................................................ 1
Machine Screw #6 - 1/2..................................................................................................... 8
Locknut #6 - Nylon Insert................................................................................................... 8
IQAN Controler.................................................................................................................. 1
Locknut - 1/4 Nylon Insert.................................................................................................. 10
Machine Screw - 1/4 x 3/4................................................................................................. 2
Washer - 5/16 ID x 3/4 OD................................................................................................. 8
See "Electrical Control Assembly" for Harness
July 2014
9-9
Bed Assembly - Stage 1 - Serial # K161405191 and prior
9-10
July 2014
16K PLUS
Bed Assembly - Stage 1 - Serial # K161405191 and prior
Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
Part No.
11498
K53400
11512
K53404
11845
11846
11847
11851
11855
11864
11872
11873
11874
11886
12029
12030
10075
M-3388
D-5272
S32944
10936
11282
11342
K53403
11531
11532
11576
11579
11875
11876
11879
11880
12024
12025
12026
12028
12031
12033
12038
D-5489
N19549
N21189
W-476
K53402
W-518
W-527
W-538
C33958
11498
K53401
16K PLUS
Description
Qty
Idler Spacer - 0.824 ID x 1.05 OD x 7/8 wide - 80 chain....................................................
Bushing - 0.765 ID x 0.990 OD x 0.960 wide - 100 chain...............................................
Idler Sprocket - 80 chain....................................................................................................
Idler Sprocket - 11 tooth - 100 chain...............................................................................
Hydraulic Hose - 1/2 x 69 Lg . ...........................................................................................
Hydraulic Hose - 1/2 x 63 Lg..............................................................................................
Hyd Hose - 1/2" x 34" Lg - 08 MJIC x 08 FJIC swivel end - Tensioner Return...................
Hyd Hose - 1/2 x 75 Lg - 08 FJIC.......................................................................................
Hydraulic Hose - 1/2 x 52 Lg..............................................................................................
Hydraulic Hose - 3/4 x 38 Lg..............................................................................................
Hydraulic Hose - 1/2 x 139 Lg............................................................................................
Hydraulic Hose - 1/2 x 99 Lg..............................................................................................
Hydraulic Hose - 1/2 x 80 Lg..............................................................................................
Hydraulic Hose - 1/2 x 25 Lg..............................................................................................
Clamp - 1 1/2 - 4 Hole - 3 Bolt...........................................................................................
Clamp - 2 - 4 Hole - 3 Bolt.................................................................................................
Cap Screw - 3/8 x 1 1/2 Lg.................................................................................................
Locknut - 3/8 Nylon Insert (10229).....................................................................................
Locknut - 5/16 Nylon Insert (10231)...................................................................................
Locknut - 7/16 Unitorque (10302).......................................................................................
Bushing - Loader Pivot.......................................................................................................
Bed.....................................................................................................................................
Chain Tensioner - 80 chain.................................................................................................
Chain Tensioner - 100 chain............................................................................................
Bed Slider Plastic - Right...................................................................................................
Bed Slider Plastic - Left......................................................................................................
Hex Bolt - 3/4 x 3 1/2 Lg - Gr. 8..........................................................................................
Hex Bolt - 3/4 x 5 Lg - Gr.8.................................................................................................
Oil Line - 1/2 x 74...............................................................................................................
Oil Line - 1/2 x 80...............................................................................................................
Oil Line - 3/4 x 74...............................................................................................................
Oil Line - 3/4 x 76...............................................................................................................
Rubber Tube - 2 x 3/4.........................................................................................................
Bulk Head Clamp - 2..........................................................................................................
Rubber Tube - 1 1/2 x 1/2...................................................................................................
Rubber Tube - 2 x 1/2.........................................................................................................
Bulk Head Clamp - 1 1/2....................................................................................................
Bulk Head Clamp - 1 1/2 - 4 Hole - 3 Bolt..........................................................................
Hex Bolt - 7/16 x 2 Lg - Gr. 8..............................................................................................
Washer - 13/32 ID x 13/16 OD...........................................................................................
Tee - 12 MJIC.....................................................................................................................
Swivel Elbow......................................................................................................................
Flat Washer - 3/4 - 80 chain...............................................................................................
Bushing - 0.765 ID x 0.990 OD x 1 1/8 OD x 3/4 wide - 100 chain................................
Hex Nut - 3/4......................................................................................................................
Lockwasher - 3/4................................................................................................................
Washer - 7/16 ID x 1 OD....................................................................................................
Retaining Ring - 3/4...........................................................................................................
Idler Spacer - 0.824 ID x 1.05 OD x 7/8 wide - 80 chain....................................................
Bushing - 0.765 ID x 0.990 OD x 1.477 wide - 100 chain...............................................
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July 2014
9-11
Bed Assembly - Stage 1 - Serial # K161405301 to present
9-12
July 2014
16K PLUS
Bed Assembly - Stage 1 - Serial # K161405301 to present
Item
Part No.
Description
100 Chain on 22 inch centers
Bushing - 0.765 ID x 1 3/8 OD x 1.22 Lg - 100 chain......................................................
Idler Sprocket - 11 tooth - 100 chain...............................................................................
Hydraulic Hose - 1/2 x 69 Lg . ...........................................................................................
Hydraulic Hose - 1/2 x 63 Lg..............................................................................................
Hyd Hose - 1/2" x 34" Lg - 08 MJIC x 08 FJIC swivel end - Tensioner Return...................
Hyd Hose - 1/2 x 75 Lg - 08 FJIC.......................................................................................
Hydraulic Hose - 1/2 x 52 Lg..............................................................................................
Hydraulic Hose - 3/4 x 38 Lg..............................................................................................
Hydraulic Hose - 1/2 x 139 Lg............................................................................................
Hydraulic Hose - 1/2 x 99 Lg..............................................................................................
Hydraulic Hose - 1/2 x 80 Lg..............................................................................................
Hydraulic Hose - 1/2 x 25 Lg..............................................................................................
Clamp - 1 1/2 - 4 Hole - 3 Bolt...........................................................................................
Clamp - 2 - 4 Hole - 3 Bolt.................................................................................................
Cap Screw - 3/8 x 1 1/2 Lg.................................................................................................
Locknut - 3/8 Nylon Insert (10229).....................................................................................
Locknut - 5/16 Nylon Insert (10231)...................................................................................
Locknut - 7/16 Unitorque (10302).......................................................................................
Bushing - Loader Pivot.......................................................................................................
Bed.....................................................................................................................................
Chain Tensioner - 100 chain............................................................................................
Bed Slider Plastic - Right...................................................................................................
Bed Slider Plastic - Left......................................................................................................
Hex Bolt - 3/4 x 3 1/2 Lg - Gr. 8..........................................................................................
Hex Bolt - 3/4 x 5 Lg - Gr.8.................................................................................................
Oil Line - 1/2 x 74...............................................................................................................
Oil Line - 1/2 x 80...............................................................................................................
Oil Line - 3/4 x 74...............................................................................................................
Oil Line - 3/4 x 76...............................................................................................................
Rubber Tube - 2 x 3/4.........................................................................................................
Bulk Head Clamp - 2..........................................................................................................
Rubber Tube - 1 1/2 x 1/2...................................................................................................
Rubber Tube - 2 x 1/2.........................................................................................................
Bulk Head Clamp - 1 1/2....................................................................................................
Bulk Head Clamp - 1 1/2 - 4 Hole - 3 Bolt..........................................................................
Hex Bolt - 7/16 x 2 Lg - Gr. 8..............................................................................................
Washer - 13/32 ID x 13/16 OD...........................................................................................
Tee - 12 MJIC.....................................................................................................................
Swivel Elbow......................................................................................................................
Bushing - 0.765 ID x 0.990 OD x 1 1/8 OD x 3/4 wide - 100 chain................................
Hex Nut - 3/4......................................................................................................................
Lockwasher - 3/4................................................................................................................
Washer - 7/16 ID x 1 OD....................................................................................................
Retaining Ring - 3/4...........................................................................................................
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K53404
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11846
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11851
11855
11864
11872
11873
11874
11886
12029
12030
10075
M-3388
D-5272
S32944
10936
11282
K53403
11531
11532
11576
11579
11875
11876
11879
11880
12024
12025
12026
12028
12031
12033
12038
D-5489
N19549
N21189
K53402
W-518
W-527
W-538
C33958
16K PLUS
July 2014
Qty
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9-13
Bed Assembly - Stage 2
9-14
July 2014
16K PLUS
Bed Assembly - Stage 2
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11592
12236
12243
10604
11409
11414
11505
11558
K53635
11570
11571
11572
11573
11575
11582
11734
12050
12053
12211
12214
12237
12242
K53638
12254
*****
F-3405
S31736
W-516
W-517
W-525
W-526
W-539
10256
S32944
10847
12236
K53405
16K PLUS
Description
Qty
Rod - 1/2 x 6 1/4 Full Thread.............................................................................................. 1
Sprocket - 26 Tooth - 80 chain............................................................................................ 1
Spacer - 11/16 x 2 ............................................................................................................. 1
Hex Bolt - 1/2 x 2 Lg.......................................................................................................... 4
Hydraulic Motor - Char-Laynn 6000 Series........................................................................ 1
Bracket - Motor Mount........................................................................................................ 1
Sensor Assembly............................................................................................................... 3
RPM Sensor....................................................................................................................... 1
Jam Nut - 5/8-18 UNF - Stainless Steel............................................................................. 2
Hex Nut - #12 - Brass......................................................................................................... 6
Machine Screw #12 - 24 x 1 Lg - Brass............................................................................. 6
Lockwasher #12 - 0.216 ID - Brass................................................................................... 6
Flat Washer #12 - 0.25 ID x 0.562 OD - Brass.................................................................. 12
Spacer - 1/4 ID x 1/2 OD x 1/4 Lg Nylon............................................................................ 6
Allen Screw - 1/2 x 2 1/2.................................................................................................... 4
Sprocket Browning Taper Lock - 11 Tooth (H80P11)........................................................... 1
Browning Sleave - (P1 X 1 1/2).......................................................................................... 1
Ring Clamp - 2-9/16 - 3-1/2 Dia......................................................................................... 1
Keyed Shaft - 2 Dia x 33 Lg............................................................................................... 1
Counter Wheel Weldment................................................................................................... 1
Flange Bearing - 4 Bolt...................................................................................................... 2
Spacer Shaft - 3 1/2 Dia x 1 1/16 Wide - 80 chain............................................................. 1
Spacer Shaft - 3 1/2 Dia x 15/16 Wide - 100 chain.......................................................... 1
Key - 1/2 Sq. x 2 1/2 Lg...................................................................................................... 4
Locknut - 1/2 Unitorque...................................................................................................... 1
Hex Bolt - 5/8 x 2-1/2 Lg.................................................................................................... 8
Hex Nut - 1/2...................................................................................................................... 10
Hex Nut - 5/8...................................................................................................................... 8
Lockwasher - 1/2................................................................................................................ 8
Lockwasher - 5/8................................................................................................................ 8
Flatwasher - 1/2................................................................................................................. 10
Pin - 1-7/16 Dia................................................................................................................... 2
Locknut - 7/16 Unitorque (10302)....................................................................................... 2
Hex Bolt - 7/16 x 3 Lg Gr8.................................................................................................. 2
Sprocket - 26 Tooth - 80 chain............................................................................................ 2
Sprocket - 21 Tooth - 100 chain....................................................................................... 2
July 2014
9-15
Slow Moving Vehicle Sign
Item
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9-16
Part No.
N22778
N34475
S-1198
W-1552
Description
Qty
Locknut - 1/4 Nylon Insert..................................................................................................
Slow Moving Vehicle Emblem............................................................................................
Washer - 5/16 ID x 3/4 OD.................................................................................................
Hex Bolt - 1/4 X 1 Lg..........................................................................................................
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4
2
July 2014
16K PLUS
Bed Attachment
Item
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2
3
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5
6
Part No.
10256
S32944
10847
11115
C26701
K25798
16K PLUS
Description
Qty
Pin - 1 7/16 Dia .................................................................................................................
Locknut - 7/16 Unitorque (10302).......................................................................................
Hex Bolt - 7/16 X 3 Lg........................................................................................................
Pin - 2 7/16 Dia..................................................................................................................
Locknut - 1/2 Nylon Insert..................................................................................................
Hex Bolt - 1/2 X 4...............................................................................................................
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July 2014
9-17
Loader Assembly - Serial # K161405191 and prior
9-18
July 2014
16K PLUS
Loader Assembly - Serial # K161405191 and prior
Item
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10439
10440
11512
K53404
11574
11678
10065
10104
10180
10256
S32944
10351
10355
10604
10827
10847
10936
11309
11497
11505
11527
11541
11570
11571
11572
11573
11575
11576
12166
10178
C26701
C17295
F-3405
K42394
K42396
K44042
K44046
K47014
N22778
S-1198
W-518
W-527
W-539
W-1552
K45433
K45434
K45445
W-485
C-231
D-5274
D-5498
K51598
K51599
16K PLUS
Description
Qty
Hydraulic Cylinder - 4 1/2 x 8 Stroke.................................................................................. 1
Hydraulic Cylinder - 4 x 8 Stroke........................................................................................ 1
Idler Sprocket - 80 chain.................................................................................................... 4
Idler Sprocket - 11 tooth - 100 chain............................................................................... 4
Bale On Spring................................................................................................................... 2
Frame Bumper................................................................................................................... 4
Hex Bolt - 5/8 x 5-1/2......................................................................................................... 8
Plate - Alignment Slider...................................................................................................... 4
90 Deg Elbow - JIC To ORB .............................................................................................. 9
Loader Pin - 1 7/16 Dia .................................................................................................... 2
Locknut - 7/16 Unitorque (10302)....................................................................................... 2
Slider - 1 Thick................................................................................................................... 4
Grab Hook Thrust Bearing - 1/2 Dia................................................................................... 4
Hex Bolt - 1/2 x 2 Lg.......................................................................................................... 4
Shackle Pin - 3/4................................................................................................................ 2
Hex Bolt - 7/16 x 3 Lg Gr8.................................................................................................. 2
Bushing - Loader Pivot....................................................................................................... 8
Loader................................................................................................................................ 1
Loader Idler Spacer - 0.824 ID x 1 OD x 7/16 Lg - 80 chain.............................................. 8
Sensor Assembly............................................................................................................... 1
Bale On Weldment............................................................................................................. 1
Upper Chain Plastic - White Polyethylene.......................................................................... 2
Hex Nut - #12 - Brass......................................................................................................... 2
Machine Screw - #12-24 x 1 Lg - Brass............................................................................. 2
Lockwasher - #12 - 0.216 ID - Brass.................................................................................. 2
Flat Washer - #12 - 0.25 ID x 0.562 Brass......................................................................... 4
Spacer - 1/4 ID x 1/2 OD x 1/4 Lg Nylon............................................................................ 2
Hex Bolt - 3/4 x 3 1/2 Lg - Gr. 8.......................................................................................... 4
Hydraulic Cylinder - 2 1/2 x 16 Stroke................................................................................ 1
Male Connector - 3/4 - 16 MORB x 3/4 - 16 MJIC............................................................. 1
Locknut - 1/2 Nylon Insert............................................................................................... 2
Locknut - 5/8 Nylon Insert.................................................................................................. 8
Locknut - 1/2 Unitorque................................................................................................... 14
Grab Hook Pivot - Lower.................................................................................................... 2
Grab Hook Bushing - 3 1/2 Dia.......................................................................................... 4
Hydraulic Cylinder - 3 1/2 x 19 9/16 Stroke........................................................................ 1
Cylinder, Loader - 3 1/2 x 19 9/16 Stroke - Left.................................................................. 1
Grab Hook Pivot - Upper.................................................................................................... 2
Locknut - 1/4 Nylon Insert.................................................................................................. 4
Washer - 5/16 ID x 3/4 OD x 1/16 Thick............................................................................. 8
Hex Nut - 3/4...................................................................................................................... 4
Lockwasher - 3/4................................................................................................................ 4
Flatwasher - 1/2................................................................................................................. 10
Hex Bolt - 1/4 x 1 Lg.......................................................................................................... 4
Grab Hook.......................................................................................................................... 1
Grab Hook.......................................................................................................................... 1
Grab Hook Pin................................................................................................................... 2
Hex Bolt - 1/2 x 1 1/4 Lg.................................................................................................... 2
Hex Bolt - 1 x 5 1/2 Lg....................................................................................................... 2
Locknut - 1 Unitorque......................................................................................................... 2
Flat Washer - 1 1/16 ID x 2 OD x 1/8 Thick........................................................................ 2
Bushing - Inner - 0.765 ID x 1 3/8 OD x 0.655 Lg - 100 chain . ..................................... 4
Bushing - Outer - 0.765 ID x 1 3/8 OD x 0.822 Lg - 100 chain....................................... 4
July 2014
9-19
Loader Assembly - Serial # K161405301 to present
9-20
July 2014
16K PLUS
Loader Assembly - Serial # K161405301 to present
Item
Part No.
Description
Qty
100 Chain on 22 inch centers
Hydraulic Cylinder - 4 1/2 x 8 Stroke.................................................................................. 1
Hydraulic Cylinder - 4 x 8 Stroke........................................................................................ 1
Idler Sprocket - 11 tooth - 100 chain............................................................................... 4
Bale On Spring................................................................................................................... 2
Frame Bumper................................................................................................................... 4
Hex Bolt - 5/8 x 5-1/2......................................................................................................... 8
Plate - Alignment Slider...................................................................................................... 4
90 Deg Elbow - JIC To ORB .............................................................................................. 9
Loader Pin - 1 7/16 Dia .................................................................................................... 2
Locknut - 7/16 Unitorque (10302)....................................................................................... 2
Slider - 1 Thick................................................................................................................... 4
Grab Hook Thrust Bearing - 1/2 Dia................................................................................... 4
Hex Bolt - 1/2 x 2 Lg.......................................................................................................... 4
Shackle Pin - 3/4................................................................................................................ 2
Hex Bolt - 7/16 x 3 Lg Gr8.................................................................................................. 2
Bushing - Loader Pivot....................................................................................................... 8
Loader - 22 inch chain centers....................................................................................... 1
Loader Idler Spacer - 1 1/32 ID x 1 7/8 OD x 3/8 Thick - 100 chain............................... 8
Sensor Assembly............................................................................................................... 1
Bale On Weldment............................................................................................................. 1
Upper Chain Plastic - White Polyethylene.......................................................................... 2
Hex Nut - #12 - Brass......................................................................................................... 2
Machine Screw - #12-24 x 1 Lg - Brass............................................................................. 2
Lockwasher - #12 - 0.216 ID - Brass.................................................................................. 2
Flat Washer - #12 - 0.25 ID x 0.562 Brass......................................................................... 4
Spacer - 1/4 ID x 1/2 OD x 1/4 Lg Nylon............................................................................ 2
Hex Bolt - 1 x 3 1/2 Lg...................................................................................................... 4
Hydraulic Cylinder - 2 1/2 x 16 Stroke................................................................................ 1
Male Connector - 3/4 - 16 MORB x 3/4 - 16 MJIC............................................................. 1
Locknut - 1/2 Nylon Insert............................................................................................... 2
Locknut - 5/8 Nylon Insert.................................................................................................. 8
Locknut - 1/2 Unitorque................................................................................................... 14
Grab Hook Pivot - Lower.................................................................................................... 2
Grab Hook Bushing - 3 1/2 Dia.......................................................................................... 4
Hydraulic Cylinder - 3 1/2 x 19 9/16 Stroke........................................................................ 1
Cylinder, Loader - 3 1/2 x 19 9/16 Stroke - Left.................................................................. 1
Grab Hook Pivot - Upper.................................................................................................... 2
Locknut - 1/4 Nylon Insert.................................................................................................. 4
Washer - 5/16 ID x 3/4 OD x 1/16 Thick............................................................................. 8
Locknut - 1 Unitorque...................................................................................................... 6
Flat Washer - 1 1/16 ID x 2 OD x 1/8 Thick........................................................................ 2
Flatwasher - 1/2................................................................................................................. 10
Hex Bolt - 1/4 x 1 Lg.......................................................................................................... 4
Grab Hook.......................................................................................................................... 1
Grab Hook.......................................................................................................................... 1
Grab Hook Pin................................................................................................................... 2
Hex Bolt - 1/2 x 1 1/4 Lg.................................................................................................... 2
Hex Bolt - 1 x 5 1/2 Lg....................................................................................................... 2
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10440
K53404
11574
11678
10065
10104
10180
10256
S32944
10351
10355
10604
10827
10847
10936
K55360
K55262
11505
11527
11541
11570
11571
11572
11573
11575
K-5478
12166
10178
C26701
C17295
F-3405
K42394
K42396
K44042
K44046
K47014
N22778
S-1198
D-5274
D-5498
W-539
W-1552
K45433
K45434
K45445
W-485
C-231
16K PLUS
July 2014
9-21
Loader Arm Assembly
9-22
July 2014
16K PLUS
Loader Arm Assembly
Item
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10075
M-3388
10256
10257
S32944
10847
11324
11328
11331
11332
11333
K47303
K47304
11505
11533
11534
11543
11570
11571
11572
11573
11575
12461
D-5489
F-3405
S32590
W-131
W-493
W-518
W-527
10248
16K PLUS
Description
Qty
Hex Cap Screw - 3/8 x 1-1/2 Lg.......................................................................................... 6
Locknut - 3/8 Nylon Insert (10229)..................................................................................... 6
Loader Pin - 1 7/16 Dia...................................................................................................... 4
Pin - 1-7/16 Dia................................................................................................................... 2
Locknut - 7/16 Unitorque (10302)....................................................................................... 6
Hex Bolt - 7/16 x 3 Lg Gr8.................................................................................................. 6
Alignment Arm Stub - Left.................................................................................................. 1
Pin - Alingment Arm - 1-15/16 x 8-7/32 UL......................................................................... 2
Pin Collar........................................................................................................................... 2
Alignment Arm Stub - Right................................................................................................ 1
Bed Extension.................................................................................................................... 4
Left Arm Add On................................................................................................................. 1
Right Arm Add On.............................................................................................................. 1
Ferro Sensor Assembly...................................................................................................... 1
Loader Slider Plastic - Right.............................................................................................. 1
Loader Slider Plastic - Left................................................................................................. 1
Bed Extension Pin - 5/8 Dia x 6 59/64 Lg.......................................................................... 4
Hex Nut - #12 - Brass......................................................................................................... 2
Machine Screw #12 x 1 Lg - Brass..................................................................................... 2
Lockwasher - #12 - Brass................................................................................................... 2
Flat Washer - #12 - 1/4 ID x 9/16 OD - Brass..................................................................... 4
Spacer - 1/4 ID x 1/2 OD x 1/4Lg Nylon............................................................................. 2
Sensor Bracket................................................................................................................... 1
Washer - 13/32 ID x 13/16 OD x 16 Ga.............................................................................. 12
Locknut - 1/2 Unitorque...................................................................................................... 2
Hex Bolt - 3/4 x 7 Gr8........................................................................................................ 4
Hairpin - 5/32..................................................................................................................... 4
Hex Bolt - 1/2 x 3 1/2 Lg.................................................................................................... 2
Hex Nut - 3/4...................................................................................................................... 4
Lockwasher - 3/4................................................................................................................ 4
Slip Coat - Gallon............................................................................................................... 0.4
July 2014
9-23
Hose Clamp Locations - Stage 1
Item
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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
9-24
Part No.
D-5272
10256
S32944
10811
10847
11333
11543
11740
W-131
Description
Qty
Locknut - 5/16 Nylon Insert (10231)...................................................................................
Loader Pin - 1 7/16 Dia......................................................................................................
Locknut - 7/16 Unitorque (10302).......................................................................................
Set Screw - 5/16 x 2-1/2 Lg................................................................................................
Hex Bolt - 7/16 x 3 Lg Gr8..................................................................................................
Bed Extension....................................................................................................................
Bed Extension Pin - 5/8 Dia x 6 59/64 Lg..........................................................................
Plastic Hose Clamp Assembly...........................................................................................
Hairpin - 5/32.....................................................................................................................
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4
4
2
4
4
4
2
4
July 2014
16K PLUS
Hose Clamp Locations - Stage 2
Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
Part No.
11871
D-5272
10811
11505
11570
11571
11572
11573
11575
11740
12461
16K PLUS
Description
Qty
Hyd Hose - 1/2 x 139.........................................................................................................
Locknut - 5/16 Nylon Insert (10231)...................................................................................
Set Screw - 5/16 x 2-1/2 Lg................................................................................................
Sensor Assembly...............................................................................................................
Hex Nut - #12 - Brass.........................................................................................................
Machine Screw #12 x 1 Lg - Brass.....................................................................................
Lockwasher - #12 x 0.216 ID - Brass................................................................................
#12 Flat Washer - #12 - 0.25 ID x 0.562 OD Brass............................................................
Spacer - 1/4 ID x 1/2 OD x 1/4Lg Nylon.............................................................................
Plastic Hose Clamp Assembly...........................................................................................
Sensor Bracket...................................................................................................................
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5
1
2
2
2
4
2
5
1
July 2014
9-25
Drive Chain Assembly
9-26
July 2014
16K PLUS
Drive Chain Assembly
Item
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2
3
4
5
6
7
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9
10
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12
13
14
15
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18
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21
Part No.
12167
12238
12240
K53406
11751
K47300
K55367
12008
34986
K51099
44006
K53407
C33957
D-5272
M-3388
K45448
K45683
K47015
K47017
W-478
K48395
K48396
K48397
W-518
W-527
W-539
K50112
W-519
16K PLUS
Description
Qty
Hydraulic Cylinder - 2 x 8 Stroke........................................................................................ 1
Roller Chain - #80 57P . .................................................................................................... 1
Roller Chain - #80H 383P ................................................................................................. 2
Roller Chain - #100H 309P............................................................................................... 2
Power Slide - 80 chain....................................................................................................... 1
Power Slide - 100 chain - Serial # K161405191 and prior.................................................. 1
Power Slide - 100 chain - 22 inch chain center - Serial # K161405301 to present...... 1
Sensor Target..................................................................................................................... 1
Chain Link - 80 chain (K41624 - Kit includes 2 of 34986 and hardware).......................... 4
Chain Link - 100 chain..................................................................................................... 4
Chain Link Bolt - 5/16 x 1 5/8 shoulder x 1 7/8 Lg - 80 chain............................................. 4
Hex Bolt - 3/8 x 3 Lg - 100 chain..................................................................................... 4
Carriage Bolt - 3/4 x 3 Lg................................................................................................... 2
Locknut - 5/16 Unitorque - 80 chain................................................................................... 12
Locknut - 3/8 Unitorque - 100 chain................................................................................ 12
Hitch Bolt............................................................................................................................ 1
Fork Retainer Block............................................................................................................ 2
Slider Spacer - 80 chain..................................................................................................... 2
Hex Bolt - 5/16 x 1 1/4 Lg - 80 chain.................................................................................. 8
Hex Bolt - 3/8 x 2 Lg - 100 chain..................................................................................... 8
4" Red Led Lamp............................................................................................................... 4
4" Amber Led Lamp........................................................................................................... 4
Rubber Gromet.................................................................................................................. 8
Hex Nut - 3/4...................................................................................................................... 2
Lockwasher - 3/4................................................................................................................ 2
Flatwasher - 1/2................................................................................................................. 8
Bale Spike......................................................................................................................... 3
Nut - 7/8............................................................................................................................. 6
July 2014
9-27
Final Assembly
9-28
July 2014
16K PLUS
Final Assembly
Item
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Part No.
10369
10662
10677
10066
10142
10247
10313
11310
11319
11724
C15768
C17295
C33957
K45448
K45683
P61D20
S32590
S34182
W-518
W-527
W-541
16K PLUS
Description
Qty
Chain - 3/8 x 8Ft Lg...........................................................................................................
Grab Hook - 3/8 Chain.......................................................................................................
Twin Clevis ........................................................................................................................
Hex Bolt - 5/8 x 8 Lg Gr8...................................................................................................
Draw Bar Hitch Plate..........................................................................................................
Klik Pin - W/Chain+Cotter - 1/4 x 1 3/4 Lg.........................................................................
Spacer Bushing - 1 1/2 OD x .375W..................................................................................
Alignment Arm End - Lt......................................................................................................
Alignment Arm End - Rt.....................................................................................................
Forklift Tooth - 8 x 84 .........................................................................................................
Hex Jam Nut - 1 1/4...........................................................................................................
Locknut - 5/8 Nylon Insert..................................................................................................
Carriage Bolt - 3/4 x 3 Lg...................................................................................................
Hitch Bolt............................................................................................................................
Fork Retainer Block............................................................................................................
Hex Nut - 1 1/4...................................................................................................................
Hex Bolt - 3/4 x 7 Gr8........................................................................................................
Washer - 1 9/32 ID x 2 1/2 OD...........................................................................................
Hex Nut - 3/4......................................................................................................................
Lockwasher - 3/4................................................................................................................
Washer - 2 OD x .813 ID....................................................................................................
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July 2014
9-29
Hydraulic Assembly
9-30
July 2014
16K PLUS
Hydraulic Assembly
16K PLUS
July 2014
9-31
Hydraulic Assembly
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9-32
Part No.
10178
10180
10187
10436
10439
10440
10449
10854
10935
K44042
N29356
11350
11351
11353
K47925
11355
11356
11357
11358
11359
11360
11365
11366
11368
11369
11405
11409
12285
12286
K44046
11695
11723
K50834
K50961
K48292
K48293
N34488
N34498
K48291
K48296
11811
11812
11845
11846
11847
11849
11850
11851
11852
11853
11854
11855
Description
Qty
Fitting Straight - 08 MORB x 08 MJIC................................................................................ 2
Fitting 90 Elbow - 08 MORB x 08 MJIC............................................................................. 15
Fitting-O-Ring Run Tee - 08 MJIC x 08 MJIC x 08 MORB.................................................. 1
Bed Cylinder - 5 x 36 x 2 1/2 Dia shaft - 12 ORB (AW-0024)............................................. 2
RT AA Cylinder - 4 1/2 x 8 x 2 Dia shaft - 08 ORB (AW-0027)........................................... 1
LT AA Cylinder - 4 x 8 x 1 3/8 Dia shaft - 08 ORB (AW-0028)............................................ 1
Hitch Cylinder - 3 1/2 x 18 x 1 3/4 Dia shaft - 08 ORB (AU-0478)...................................... 1
Inline Fitting Check Valve................................................................................................... 1
Fitting - Straight - 12 MORB x 12 MJIC.............................................................................. 2
Right Loader Cylinder - 3 1/2 x 19 9/16 - 08 ORB (BJ-0071)............................................ 1
Fitting - Swivel Nut Run Tee - #12 JIC (11348)................................................................... 3
Fitting - Straight - 20 ORB x 16 JIC.................................................................................... 2
Fitting - Reducer - 16 JIC x 12 JIC..................................................................................... 2
Fitting - Straight - 04 MORB x #4 MJIC.............................................................................. 2
Adaptor - Straight - 04 ORB x 08 JIC................................................................................. 1
Fitting - Straight - 16 MORB x 08 MJIC.............................................................................. 8
Fitting - Straight - 16 MORB x 12 MJIC.............................................................................. 8
Fitting - 90 Elbow - #4 FJIC x #4 JIC.................................................................................. 2
Fitting - 90 Elbow - 08 FJIC x 08 MJIC............................................................................... 1
Fitting - 90 Elbow - 12 FJIC x 12 MJIC............................................................................... 4
Load Check........................................................................................................................ 1
Fitting - 90 Elbow - 12 MORB x 12 MJIC............................................................................ 4
Fitting - 90 Elbow - 12 MORB x 08 MJIC........................................................................... 4
Fitting - Union Tee - 12 MJIC.............................................................................................. 2
16K Pressure Reducing Relief Valve.................................................................................. 1
Fitting Swivel Nut Branch Tee - 12 MJIC x 12 FJIC x 12 MJIC............................................ 3
16K Motor........................................................................................................................... 1
16K Motor Body Seal Kit
16K Motor Shaft Seal Kit
Left Loader Cylinder - 3 1/2 x 19 9/16 - 08 ORB............................................................... 1
16K HAWE Valve 02........................................................................................................... 1
Cushion Valve - 2000 PSI.................................................................................................. 1
Flat Face Coupler - 3/8 x 08 FORB.................................................................................... 1
Connector - 10 MORB x 08 FORB..................................................................................... 1
Hose Tag - Case Drain....................................................................................................... 1
Hose Tag - Load Sense...................................................................................................... 1
Female Quick Coupler - 1/2 x 10 FORB............................................................................. 1
Male Coupler - 1/2 x 10 FORB........................................................................................... 2
Hose Tag - Return.............................................................................................................. 1
Hose Tag - Pressure........................................................................................................... 1
Fitting - 45 Elbow - 12 FJIC x 12 MJIC............................................................................... 3
Fitting - Straight - 12 MORB x 12 FJIC................................................................................ 2
Hydraulic Hose - 1/2 x 69 Lg - 08 FJIC x 12 FJIC swivel ends - LDR LB, LR, RB.............. 2
Hydraulic Hose - 1/2 x 63 Lg - 08 FJIC x 12 FJIC swivel ends - LDR RR........................... 2
Hyd Hose - 1/2" x 34" Lg - 08 MJIC x 08 FJIC swivel end - Tensioner Return................... 1
Hyd Hose - 1/2" x 96" Lg - 08 FJIC x 12 FJIC swivel ends - RT Bed Rod.......................... 1
Hyd Hose - 1/2" x 94" Lg - 90 degree 08 FJIC x 08 FJIC - Hitch R&B PO Rod.................. 3
Hyd Hose - 1/2" x 75" Lg - 08 FJIC - P/R To Bed HL Ten Ret............................................. 2
Hyd Hose - 1/2" x 75" Lg - 08 FJIC x 12 FJIC swivel ends - RT Bed Piston....................... 1
Hyd Hose - 1/2" x 60" Lg - 08 FJIC x 12 FJIC swivel ends - Lg LT Bed Rod...................... 1
Hyd Hose - 1/2" x 58" Lg - 90 degree 08 FJIC x 08 FJIC - PO Piston................................ 1
Hyd Hose - 1/2" x 52" Lg - 08 FJIC - Hawe To Bed HL-GH, AA.......................................... 4
July 2014
16K PLUS
Hydraulic Assembly
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Part No.
11856
11857
11858
11860
11861
11862
11863
11864
11868
11869
N37038
11871
11872
11873
11874
11875
11876
11879
11880
K44706
K47922
K47921
K47936
K44704
11886
12025
12031
12033
12035
12166
12167
12168
12185
K47935
10175
11358
K47926
K47937
N16399
N37849
K50994
N37039
K47326
K47330
K53636
K53637
16K PLUS
Description
Qty
Hyd Hose - 1/2" x 45" Lg - 08 FJIC x 12 FJIC swivel ends - LT Bed Piston.......................
Hyd Hose - 1/2" x 27" Lg - 08 FJIC x 12 FJIC swivel ends - Hawe To P/R Pressure..........
Hyd Hose - 1/2" x 22" Lg - 08 FJIC x 12 FJIC swivel ends- Hawe To P/R Return...............
Hyd Hose - 1/4" x 21" Lg - 04- Hawe DW To M Port..........................................................
Hyd Hose - 3/4" x 105" Lg - 12 FJIC - Motor Hoses...........................................................
Hyd Hose - 3/4" x 55" Lg - 12 FJIC - Hawe To LC V1 (Piston)............................................
Hyd Hose - 3/4" x 49" Lg - 12 FJIC - Hawe To Cush, Lc V2 (Rod).....................................
Hyd Hose - 3/4" x 38" Lg - 12 FJIC - LC To Bed HL...........................................................
Hyd. Hose - 3/4" x 92" Lg - 12 MJIC x 12 FJIC swivel end - Hawe Return........................
Hyd. Hose - 3/4" x 81" Lg - 12 MJIC x 12 FJIC swivel end - Hawe Pressure.....................
Hydraulic Hose - 3/4 x 84 Lg - 12 MORB x 12 FJIC swivel end..........................................
Hyd Hose - 1/2" x 139" Lg - 08 FJIC swivel ends - AA LT RT Connect..............................
Hyd Hose - 1/2" x 139" Lg - 08 MJIC x 08 FJIC swivel end - AA Piston (Right).................
Hyd Hose - 1/2" x 99" Lg - 08 MJIC x 08 FJIC swivel end - AA Rod (Left).........................
Hyd Hose - 1/2" x 80" Lg - 08 MJIC x 08 FJIC swivel end - GH.........................................
Oil Line - 1/2 x 74 Lg - 08 FJIC - Bed Hard Line 1/2” TEN.................................................
Oil Line - 1/2 x 80 Lg - 08 FJIC - Bed Hard Line 1/2” GH, AA............................................
Oil Line - 3/4 x 74 Lg - 12 FJIC - Bed Hard Line 3/4” LD Rod............................................
Oil Line - 3/4 x 76 Lg - 12 FJIC - Bed Hard Line 3/4” LD PIS.............................................
Oil Line - 3/4 x 132 Lg - 12 FJIC.........................................................................................
Hydraulic Hose - 1/2 x 146 Lg - 08 FJIC x 08 MJIC............................................................
Hydraulic Hose - 3/8 x 175 Lg - 90 degree 06 FJIC x 06 MJIC...........................................
Hydraulic Hose - 3/8 x 78 Lg - 06 FJIC x 10 MORB...........................................................
Oil Line - 3/8 x 129 Lg - 06 FJIC.........................................................................................
Hyd Hose - 1/2 x 25 Lg - 08 MJIC x 08 FJIC swivel end - Tensioner Pressure...................
Bulkhead 2” Clamp - 12 MJIC............................................................................................
Bulkhead 1 1/2” Clamp - 08 MJIC.....................................................................................
Bulkhead 2” Clamp - 08 MJIC...........................................................................................
Bulk Head 1 1/2” Clamp - 06 MJIC....................................................................................
Grab Hook Cylinder............................................................................................................
Tensioner Cylinder.............................................................................................................
Pushoff Cylinder.................................................................................................................
To Avoid Damage Decal.....................................................................................................
Straight Adaptor - 04 MORB x 06 MJIC.............................................................................
Fitting - M Connector - 1/2 P x #8 JIC................................................................................
Fitting - 90 Elbow - #8 FJIC x #12 JIC................................................................................
Oil Line - 1/2 x 129 Lg - 08 FJIC.........................................................................................
Hydraulic Hose - 1/2 x 78 Lg - 10 MORB x 08 FJIC...........................................................
Check Valve - 12 FORB.....................................................................................................
Connector - 12 MORB x 12 FJIC........................................................................................
Hyd Hose - 3/4 x 22 Lg - 12 MORB x 12 FJIC....................................................................
Connector - 10 MORB x 12 MORB....................................................................................
Arms In Pressure Sensor...................................................................................................
Connector - 9/16-18 FORB x 7/16-20 MORB.....................................................................
Connector - 12 FORB x 08 MNPT.....................................................................................
Connector - 10 MORB x 05 MNPT.....................................................................................
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July 2014
9-33
Hawe Valve
Quantities a per valve block.
Item
Description
Qty
1 12125
12124
2 12126
3 K44732
4 12492
5 K44731
6 12491
K42397
7 K51553
K45674
Valve Section Spring Cover................................................................................................
Flange Kit for Spring Cover (Includes Flanges and 4 Screws)
O-Ring (for Spring Cover 12125)........................................................................................
O-Ring/Seal Kit for Valve Section (Includes O-Ring 12126; does not include Spring
Cover 12125)......................................................................................................................
Rebuild Kit for Vavle Section (Includes O-Ring/Seal Kit K44732; does not include
Spring Cover 12125)..........................................................................................................
O-Ring/Seal Kit for Connection Block ...............................................................................
Rebuild Kit for Connection Block (Includeds O-Ring Kit K44731)......................................
Power Slide Pressure Limiting Valve (Pre 2009 models)....................................................
1
Solenoid Coil
9-34
Part No.
12208
1
1
1
1
1
1
Hawe Relief Valve Kit
Lock Valve (Not Shown)
July 2014
16K PLUS
Hawe Valve
16K PLUS
July 2014
9-35
Cylinder Specification Sheet
Name: Bed Cyl
Part # 10436
Type: Welded
Length: 48 3/4"
Bore X Stroke: 5" x 36"
Packing Kit PMCK-AW-0024
Part # K44046
Name: Left Loader Cyl
Type: Welded
Bore X Stroke: 3 1/2" x 20" Length: 32 7/8"
Packing Kit # K49705
Blind End Journal Bushing # 10936
Part # 10440
Name: Left Alnmt Cyl
Type: Tie-Rod
Length: 19 5/8"
Bore X Stroke: 4" x 8"
Packing Kit # PMCK-AW-0028
Name: Grab Hook 03 Cyl
Part # 12166
Type: Welded
Length: 26 3/4"
Bore X Stroke: 2 1/2" x 16"
Packing Kit # PMCK-AR-707
Name: K Hitch Cyl Part # 10449
Type: Welded
Length: 34 7/8"
Bore X Stroke: 3.5" x 18"
Packing Kit # PMCK-AU-0478
Clevis - Screw On - K49746
9-36
Part # K44042
Name: Right Loader Cyl
Type: Welded
Bore X Stroke: 3 1/2" x 20" Length: 32 7/8"
Packing Kit # K49705
Blind End Journal Bushing # 10936
Name: Right Alnmt Cyl
Part # 10439
Type: Tie-Rod
Length: 19 5/8"
Bore X Stroke: 4.5" x 8"
Packing Kit # PMCK-AW-0027
Name: Tensioner Cyl
Part # 12167
Length: 18 1/4"
Type: Tie-Rod
Bore X Stroke: 2" x 8"
Packing Kit # PMCK-BD-0574
Name: Pushoff Cyl
Part # 12168
Type: Tie-Rod
Bore X Stroke: 3" x 30"
Length: 40 1/4"
Packing Kit # PMCK-BD-0575
July 2014
16K PLUS
Electrical Control Assembly
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Part No.
K45407
11505
K47327
K47328
K45406
K45802
11695
K47321
K47318
K45430
K45426
K44708
K47019
K47326
K47330
K47313
K47314
11890
K45408
K45647
K45686
K45687
K45685
16K PLUS
Description
Qty
Solenoid Harness (Not as illustrated).................................................................................
Ferrous Metal Sensor.........................................................................................................
Power Slide Position Sensor..............................................................................................
Controller (Not as illustrated) ............................................................................................
Controller Harness (Not Shown)........................................................................................
Controller Mount Plate (Not as illustrated) ........................................................................
Hawe Valve.........................................................................................................................
16K PLUS Monitor Assembly.............................................................................................
Monitor Display Box
Communication Harness (Not Shown)
Power Harness - Included in Monitor Assembly.................................................................
Multifunction Grip/Cable.....................................................................................................
Control Cable - Hitch (Not as illustrated)............................................................................
Arms In Pressure Sensor...................................................................................................
Connector - 9/16-18 FORB x 7/16-20 MORB.....................................................................
3 Amp Fuse - Fast Acting...................................................................................................
20 Amp Fuse - Fast Acting.................................................................................................
Switch................................................................................................................................
Sensor Harness (Not as illustrated)...................................................................................
Kit - Mounting System - PROAG Control Box.....................................................................
Mounting Arm.....................................................................................................................
Mount Base........................................................................................................................
U-Bolt Base Mount (Not Shown)........................................................................................
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9-37
Light Assembly
Item
Description
Qty
C32690
K49081
K48395
K48396
K48397
7 Pole Plug Connector.......................................................................................................
Harness - LED Lights.........................................................................................................
Lamp - Red LED................................................................................................................
Lamp - Amber LED............................................................................................................
Grommet Rubber - Lamp...................................................................................................
1
1
4
4
8
6 N50367
7 K50828
8 K51582
9 M-3388
10 W-867
Work Light Kit - Option
Work Light - 7 Diameter.....................................................................................................
Mount - Work Light.............................................................................................................
Harness Extension - Work Lamp........................................................................................
Locknut - 3/8......................................................................................................................
Hex Bolt - 3/8 x 3/4 Lg.......................................................................................................
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1
1
4
4
1
2
3
4
5
9-38
Part No.
July 2014
16K PLUS
Suspension Assembly
The 16K PLUS uses a Hutchens Industries trailer suspension similar to below.
For detailed information visit Hutchens website resource centre at www.hutchensindustries.com.
Suspension used is H-9700 underslung with 44” centers and 2 1/4” spring seat height with 5”round axles.
Parts available through PROAG dealers are as follows:
12146 Spring Leaf Pack
12180 Spring Center Bolt
12188 Suspension Bushing Torque Arm
12272 Top Leaf - 16k PLUS Spring Back
All other suspension parts order through a qualified truck trailer shop.
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6
3
4
Tandem Axle Overslung Shown
Torque Specifications
Item No.
Fastener
Oiled
Dry
1
1 1/8-7 (9600/9700 Rocker Bolt)
590 Lb-Ft
790 Lb-Ft
2
1-14 (9700 Radius Rod Bolt)
540 Lb-Ft
720 Lb-Ft
3
7/8-14 (Axle U-Bolt & 9600 Radius Rod Bolt)
350 Lb-Ft
470 Lb-Ft
4
3/4-16 (Axle U-Bolt)
310 Lb-Ft
420 Lb-Ft
5
5/8-18 (Radius Rod Clamp Bolt)
130 Lb-Ft
170 Lb-Ft
6
5/8-18 (Spring Retainer Bolt)
35 Lb-Ft
50 Lb-Ft
16K PLUS
July 2014
9-39
Non Brake Hub Assembly
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12
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Item
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9-40
Part No.
10046
10047
11677
12011
12012
12013
12096
12097
12098
12099
12100
12101
Description
Qty
Left Single Lug Nut............................................................................................................
Right Single Lug Nut..........................................................................................................
Oil Cap (Aluminum)............................................................................................................
Washer - U-Bolt..................................................................................................................
U-Bolt.................................................................................................................................
Nut - U-Bolt........................................................................................................................
Oil Seal..............................................................................................................................
Outer Bearings...................................................................................................................
Inner Bearings....................................................................................................................
Non Brake Hub...................................................................................................................
Break Right Stud................................................................................................................
Break Left Stud..................................................................................................................
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10
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8
4
8
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2
2
2
10
10
July 2014
16K PLUS
Air Brake Hub Assembly
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Part No.
10046
10047
11677
12011
12012
12013
12096
12097
12098
12100
12101
12102
12103
16K PLUS
Description
Qty
Left Single Lug Nut............................................................................................................
Right Single Lug Nut..........................................................................................................
Oil Cap (Aluminum)............................................................................................................
Washer - U-Bolt . ...............................................................................................................
U-Bolt.................................................................................................................................
Nut - U-Bolt .......................................................................................................................
Oil Seal..............................................................................................................................
Outer Bearings...................................................................................................................
Inner Bearings....................................................................................................................
Break Right Stud................................................................................................................
Break Left Stud..................................................................................................................
Air Brake Drum .................................................................................................................
Air Brake Hub . ..................................................................................................................
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10
10
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2
July 2014
9-41
Air Brake Assembly
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9
28
29
32
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5
11
13
6
2
5
18
25
4
30
10A
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12
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22
21
19
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24
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14
5
15
16
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23
18
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17
11
5
11
2
26
6
33
20
27
22
23
15
3
12
10A
9-42
31
22
21
15
July 2014
16K PLUS
Air Brake Assembly
Item
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10A
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Part No.
10068
10231
10233
11772
12019
12026
12041
12065
12066
12069
12069
12071
12072
12077
12080
12083
12084
12085
12086
12087
12088
12089
12090
12091
12092
12093
12094
12095
12104
12128
12129
12110
12156
12157
16K PLUS
Description
Qty
5/16” x 2 1/2” Gr. 8 Plated HHCS ..................................................................................... 1
5/16” Nylock Nut................................................................................................................ 7
1/4” Nylock Nut.................................................................................................................. 7
5/16” -18 x 6” Zink HHCS Gr 5.......................................................................................... 4
Clamp 1 1/2”, 2 Hole, 1 Bolt................................................................................................ 7
Rubber 11/2”, 1/2” Tubing.................................................................................................... 10
5/16” x 7 1/2” HHCS Gr 5 Plated....................................................................................... 1
Glad Hand Service............................................................................................................. 1
Glad Hand - Supply............................................................................................................ 1
Brass 3/8” Pipe Hex Nipple................................................................................................ 2
Brass 3/8” Pipe Hex Nipple................................................................................................ 2
Brass 3/8” Pipe 45 Street Elbow........................................................................................ 5
Brass 3/8” Pipe Female Tee............................................................................................... 2
Brass BH 3/8” FP To 3/8 FP............................................................................................... 2
Brass Drain Valve 1/4” MP 60” Cable................................................................................ 1
Brass 1/2” ABS To 3/8” MP Adapter................................................................................... 10
Air Brake Tank.................................................................................................................... 1
Air Brake Valve................................................................................................................... 1
Bulkhead, 1 1/2” Clamp, 3/8” FP....................................................................................... 4
Plastic 2 Air Hose Clamp................................................................................................... 10
1/4” x 1” Gr. 8 Plated HHCS ............................................................................................. 7
Air Brake Hose 16”............................................................................................................ 2
Air Brake Hose 56 1/2” ..................................................................................................... 4
Air Brake Hose 46 1/2” ..................................................................................................... 2
Air Brake Hose 29 1/2” ..................................................................................................... 1
Air Brake Hose 32 1/2” ..................................................................................................... 1
Red Nylon Tubing 1/2” Air Brakes 26”................................................................................ 1
Blue Nylon Tubing 1/2” Air Brakes 33”............................................................................... 1
Brass 1/2” ABS To 3/8”, 45 Street Elbow............................................................................ 2
Blue Nylon Tubing 1/2” Air Brakes 200”............................................................................. 1
Red Nylon Tubing 1/2” Air Brakes 202”.............................................................................. 1
Strap Hose Clamp .88” OD................................................................................................ 7
Brass Pipe Bushing 1/2” MP To 3/8” FP............................................................................ 2
Brass Adapter 3/8” FP To 1/4” MP..................................................................................... 1
July 2014
9-43
Hydraulic Brake Assembly
9-44
July 2014
16K PLUS
Hydraulic Brake Assembly
Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
Part No.
K50963
S29967
C14901
C-4403
D17843
C26340
K50954
K51052
K50988
K50825
S42307
K50989
C15348
K50993
C14835
K50962
N42510
S-1198
W-1540
W-469
Description
Qty
Connector - 3/8 MJIC x 3/8 Female BSPP.........................................................................
Elbow - 90 - 9/16-18 MJIC x 9/16-18 FJIC swivel...............................................................
Tee - (2)9/16-18 MJIC x (1)9/16-18 FJIC - M-F-M...............................................................
Tee - (2)9/16-18 MJIC x (1)9/16-18 FJIC - M-M-F...............................................................
Hyd Hose - 1/4 x 40 Lg w/ 9/16-18 FJIC swivel ends.........................................................
Hyd Hose - 1/4 x 252 Lg w/ 9/16-18 FJIC swivel ends.......................................................
Brake Coupler - Female - 08 (1/2 inch) M18 x 1.5 Thread..................................................
Bonded Seal - 18mm Male DIN (9500-18mm)..................................................................
Brake Hose - 3/8 x 78 Lg w/ M18 x 1.5 Male DIN x 9/16-18 FJIC.......................................
Bulkhead Mount.................................................................................................................
Pressure Reducing Valve...................................................................................................
Mount Plate........................................................................................................................
Connector - 3/4-16 MORB x 9/16-18 MJIC........................................................................
Hyd Hose - 1/4 x 28 Lg w/ 9/16-18 FJIC swivel ends.........................................................
Hyd Hose - 1/4 x 36 Lg w/ 9/16-18 FJIC swivel ends.........................................................
Bulkhead - 9/16-18 MJIC...................................................................................................
Locknut - 1/4 Centre Lock..................................................................................................
Flatwasher - 1/4.................................................................................................................
Hex Bolt - 1/4 x 2 Lg..........................................................................................................
Hex Bolt - 1/4 x 3/4 Lg.......................................................................................................
4
7
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
2
2
1
4
4
2
2
16K PLUS
July 2014
9-45
Slack Adjustment Assembly
9-46
July 2014
16K PLUS
Index
10046 9-3, 9-40
10047 9-3, 9-40
10049 9-5
10050 9-5
10051 9-5
10052 9-5
10065 9-19, 9-21
10066 9-29
10068 9-43
10069 9-5
10075 9-3, 9-11, 9-13, 9-23
10091 9-7
10104 9-19, 9-21
10129 9-5
10142 9-29
10175 9-33
10178 9-19, 9-21, 9-32
10180 9-19, 9-21, 9-32
10187 9-32
10229 9-3, 9-11, 9-13, 9-23
10231 9-7, 9-11, 9-13, 9-24, 9-25, 9-43
10233 9-43
10247 9-29
10248 9-23
10256 9-15, 9-17, 9-19, 9-21
, 9-23, 9-24
10257 9-23
10295 9-9
10302 9-11, 9-13, 9-15, 9-17
, 9-19, 9-21, 9-23, 9-24
10313 9-29
10351 9-19, 9-21
10352 9-5
10355 9-19, 9-21
10369 9-29
10436 9-3, 9-32
10439 9-19, 9-21, 9-32
10440 9-19, 9-21, 9-32
10449 9-5, 9-32
10604 9-15, 9-19, 9-21
10646 9-7
10662 9-29
10677 9-29
10811 9-7, 9-24, 9-25
10816 9-5
10827 9-19, 9-21
10847 9-15, 9-17, 9-19, 9-21
, 9-23, 9-24
10854 9-32
10935 9-32
10936 9-11, 9-13, 9-19, 9-21
10949 9-7
11065 9-3
11115 9-17
11282 9-11, 9-13
16K PLUS
Index
11309 9-19
11310 9-29
11319 9-29
11324 9-23
11328 9-23
11331 9-23
11332 9-23
11333 9-23, 9-24
11342 9-11
11348 9-32
11350 9-32
11351 9-32
11353 9-32
11355 9-32
11356 9-32
11357 9-32
11358 9-32, 9-33
11359 9-32
11360 9-7, 9-32
11365 9-32
11366 9-32
11368 9-32
11369 9-7, 9-32
11373 9-3
11382 9-3
11405 9-32
11409 9-15, 9-32
11414 9-15
11468 9-5
11469 9-3
11470 9-3
11471 9-3
11497 9-19
11498 9-11
11505 9-9, 9-15, 9-19, 9-21, 9-23, 9-25, 9-37
11512 9-11, 9-19
11527 9-19, 9-21
11531 9-11, 9-13
11532 9-11, 9-13
11533 9-23
11534 9-23
11541 9-19, 9-21
11543 9-23, 9-24
11558 9-15
11570 9-9, 9-15, 9-19, 9-21, 9-23, 9-25
11571 9-9, 9-15, 9-19, 9-21, 9-23, 9-25
11572 9-9, 9-15, 9-19, 9-21, 9-23, 9-25
11573 9-9, 9-15, 9-19, 9-21, 9-23, 9-25
11574 9-19, 9-21
11575 9-9, 9-15, 9-19, 9-21, 9-23, 9-25
11576
11579
11582
11584
11585
11586
11587
11588
11589
11592
11677
11678
11695
11701
11723
11724
11734
11740
11749
11751
11772
11774
11808
11811
11812
11845
11846
11847
11849
11850
11851
11852
11853
11854
11855
11856
11857
11858
11860
11861
11862
11863
11864
11868
11869
11871
11872
11873
11874
11875
11876
11879
11880
11886
11890
11901
August 2014
9-11, 9-13, 9-19
9-11, 9-13
9-15
9-9
9-9
9-7
9-7
9-7
9-3
9-15
9-40, 9-41
9-19, 9-21
9-7, 9-32, 9-37
9-3
9-7, 9-32
9-29
9-15
9-7, 9-24, 9-25
9-3
9-27
9-43
9-5
9-7
9-32
9-32
9-11, 9-13, 9-32
9-11, 9-13, 9-32
9-11, 9-13, 9-32
9-32
9-32
9-11, 9-13, 9-32
9-32
9-32
9-32
9-11, 9-13, 9-32
9-33
9-33
9-33
9-33
9-33
9-33
9-33
9-11, 9-13, 9-33
9-33
9-33
9-25, 9-33
9-11, 9-13, 9-33
9-11, 9-13, 9-33
9-11, 9-13, 9-33
9-11, 9-13, 9-33
9-11, 9-13, 9-33
9-11, 9-13, 9-33
9-11, 9-13, 9-33
9-11, 9-13, 9-33
9-37
9-5
12008
12011
12012
12013
12019
12020
12022
12024
12025
12026
12028
12029
12030
12031
12033
12035
12036
12038
12041
12050
12053
12065
12066
12069
12071
12072
12077
12080
12083
12084
12085
12086
12087
12088
12089
12090
12091
12092
12093
12094
12095
12096
12097
12098
12099
12100
12101
12104
12110
12124
12125
12126
12128
12129
12146
12156
9-27
9-40
9-40
9-40
9-43
9-5
9-5
9-5, 9-11, 9-13
9-5, 9-11, 9-13, 9-33
9-5, 9-11, 9-13, 9-43
9-11, 9-13
9-11, 9-13
9-11, 9-13
9-5, 9-11, 9-13, 9-33
9-11, 9-13, 9-33
9-5, 9-33
9-5
9-11, 9-13
9-43
9-15
9-15
9-43
9-43
9-43
9-43
9-43
9-43
9-43
9-43
9-43
9-43
9-43
9-43
9-43
9-43
9-43
9-43
9-43
9-43
9-43
9-43
9-40
9-40
9-40
9-40
9-40
9-40
9-43
9-43
9-34
9-34
9-34
9-43
9-43
9-39
9-43
Index-i
12157
12166
12167
12168
12180
12185
12188
12208
12211
12214
12236
12237
12238
12240
12242
12243
12254
12255
12261
12272
12285
12286
12441
12461
12491
12492
34986
44006
9-43
9-19, 9-21, 9-33
9-27, 9-33
9-3, 9-33
9-39
9-33
9-39
9-34
9-15
9-15
9-15
9-15
9-27
9-27
9-15
9-15
9-15
9-15
9-3
9-39
9-32
9-32
9-7
9-23, 9-25
9-34
9-34
9-27
9-27
D17843 9-45
K47318
K47321
F
K47326
K47327
F-3405
9-3, 9-15, 9-19, 9-21, 9-23 K47328
K47330
H
K47771
K47787
H10462 9-5
K47788
H27963 9-5
K47921
K
K47922
K47925
K25798 9-3, 9-17
K47926
K42394 9-19, 9-21
K47928
K42396 9-19, 9-21
K47929
K42397 9-34
K47935
K44042 9-19, 9-21, 9-32
K47936
K44046 9-19, 9-21, 9-32
K47937
K44704 9-5, 9-33
K48205
K44706 9-5, 9-33
K48208
K44708 9-37
K48210
K44731 9-34
K48291
K44732 9-34
K48292
K45406 9-9, 9-37
K48293
K45407 9-37
K48296
K45408 9-37
K48395
K45426 9-37
K48396
K45430 9-37
K48397
K45433 9-19, 9-21
K49081
K45434 9-19, 9-21
A
K49088
K45445 9-19, 9-21
K50112
A45664 9-5
K45448 9-27, 9-29
K50825
K45449 9-3
B
K50826
K45647 9-37
K50828
BW-11 9-3
K45650 9-3
K50834
K45651 9-5
C
K50836
K45652 9-3
K50954
K45658 9-5
C-231 9-19, 9-21
K50961
K45666 9-5
C-1550 9-5
K50962
K45667 9-5
C-4403 9-45
K50963
C14835 9-45
K45668 9-5
K50988
C14901 9-45
K45674 9-34
K50989
C15348 9-45
K45679 9-5
K50993
C15768 9-29
K45680 9-5
K50994
C17295 9-19, 9-21, 9-29
K45683 9-27, 9-29
K51052
C18761 9-5
K45685 9-37
K51086
C26340 9-45
K45686 9-37
K51099
C26701 9-17, 9-19, 9-21
K45687 9-37
K51552
C32690 9-38
K45802 9-9, 9-37
K51553
C33957 9-27, 9-29
K47014 9-19, 9-21
K51582
K47015 9-27
K51583
D
K47017 9-27
K51594
K47019
9-37
D-4838 9-5
K51598
K47300
9-27
D-5240 9-5
K51599
K47304
9-23
D-5272 9-11, 9-13, 9-27
K53400
K47313
9-37
D-5274 9-5, 9-19, 9-21
K53401
K47314
9-37
D-5489 9-3, 9-5, 9-7, 9-11,
K53402
K47316
9-9
9-13, 9-23
K53403
K47317
9-9
D-5498 9-5, 9-19, 9-21
Index-ii
August 2014
9-37
9-37
9-33, 9-37
9-37
9-9, 9-37
9-33, 9-37
9-5
9-5
9-5
9-5, 9-33
9-5, 9-33
9-32
9-5, 9-33
9-5
9-5
9-33
9-33
9-33
9-3
9-3
9-3
9-32
9-32
9-32
9-32
9-27, 9-38
9-27, 9-38
9-27, 9-38
9-38
9-5
9-27
9-45
9-5
9-38
9-32
9-3
9-45
9-32
9-45
9-45
9-45
9-45
9-45
9-33
9-45
9-3
9-27
9-9
9-34
9-38
9-5
9-3
9-19
9-19
9-11
9-11
9-11, 9-13
9-11, 9-13
K53404
9-11, 9-13, 9-19, 9-21
K53405 9-15
K53406 9-27
K53407 9-27
K53635 9-15
K53636 9-33
K53637 9-33
K53638 9-15
M
M-3388 9-3, 9-5, 9-7, 9-11, 9
-13, 9-23, 9-27, 9-38
N
N13965 9-5
N15196 9-5
N16399 9-33
N19549 9-11, 9-13
N21189 9-11, 9-13
N22778
9-9, 9-16, 9-19, 9-21
N29356 9-32
N29479 9-5
N34475 9-16
N34488 9-32
N34498 9-32
N37038 9-33
N37039 9-33
N37849 9-33
N42098 9-5, 9-7
N42510 9-45
N50367 9-38
P
P61D20 9-29
S
S-1189 9-3
S-1193 9-9
S-1197 9-5
S-1198
9-9, 9-16, 9-19, 9-21, 9-45
S-1199 9-5
S-1925 9-3
S29967 9-45
S31736 9-15
S32590 9-23, 9-29
S32944 9-11, 9-13, 9-15
S34182 9-29
S42307 9-45
W
W-131
W-187
W-469
W-476
W-477
9-23, 9-24
9-5
9-45
9-11
9-3
16K PLUS
W-478 9-27
W-485 9-19, 9-21
W-491 9-3
W-493 9-23
W-494 9-5
W-516 9-15
W-517 9-15
W-518 9-11, 9-13, 9-19, 9-2
3, 9-27, 9-29
W-519 9-27
W-525 9-15
W-526 9-15
W-527 9-11, 9-13, 9-19, 9-2
3, 9-27, 9-29
W-538 9-3, 9-11, 9-13
W-539
9-15, 9-19, 9-21, 9-27
W-541 9-29
W-867 9-38
W-1540 9-45
W-1552 9-16, 9-19, 9-21
16K PLUS
August 2014
Index-iii
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