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SYSTEM 3®
MODULAR MEDIA FILTER
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INSTALLATION, OPERATION & PARTS
MODELS
S7M120
S7M400
S8M150
S8M500
Furnish this manual to the end user
of this filter; its use will reduce service calls and chance of injury and
will lengthen filter life.
Pentair Water Pool and Spa, Inc.
© 2010 Pentair Water Pool and Spa, Inc. All rights reserved. This document is subject to change without notice.
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Customer Suppport: (800) 831-7133
System 3® and Pentair Water Pool and Spa® are registered trademarks of Pentair Water Pool and Spa, Inc. and/or its affiliated companies in the United States and/or other countries. Unless noted, names and brands of others that may be used in
this document are not used to indicate an affiliation or endorsement between the proprietors of these names and brands and
Pentair Water Pool and Spa, Inc. Those names and brands may be the trademarks or registered trademarks of those parties
or others. Printed in U.S.A
03-17-10
S293 (Rev. B)
SYSTEM 3® MODULAR
MEDIA FILTERS:
Carefully read and follow all safety instructions in this
manual and on filter.
Keep safety labels in good condition.
Replace missing or damaged safety labels.
To avoid unneeded service calls, prevent possible injuries, and get the most out of your filter, READ THIS
MANUAL CAREFULLY!
Incorrectly installed equipment may fail,
causing severe injury or property damage. Read and
follow operational parameters given below when installing equipment described in this owner’s manual.
1. Follow instructions and procedures in owner’s manual
for installation, operation, and maintenance of equipment.
2. Do not connect any part of pool or spa system to city
water system, well water system, or to any other type
of high pressure water system or supply.
3. Do not attempt to use pool or spa equipment in any
type of installtion other than a pool or spa.
4. Trapped air under pressure in system can cause explosion and serious injury. Follow instructions in
owner’s manual or on equipment to make sure that
no air is trapped in the system before testing or operating equipment.
The Sta-Rite System 3® Modular Media Filter:
•Is designed to filter water for swimming pools, spas
and hot tubs.
•Is an excellent performer; durable, reliable.
Table of Contents
Safety Instructions ......................................................2
General Information .....................................................3
Installation ................................................................3-4
Specifications...............................................................4
Initial Startup ...............................................................5
Filter Disassembly/Assembly ......................................5
Equipment that is incorrectly pressure
tested may explode, causing severe injury or property
damage. Pressure testing should only be done by
trained pool professionals, following test parameters
given below when testing the equipment described in
this owner's manual.
1. Make physical check for correct tightness of all
clamps, bolts, lids, and system accessories prior to
test. See owner’s manuals covering equipment being
tested for this information.
2. Make sure there is no air entrapped in system.
Release all air in system before testing.
3. When using a Sta-Rite pump and trap, tighten pump
trap lid to 30 ft. lbs. (4.1 kg-m.) torque before testing.
4. Water pressure for testing must be 25 PSI (172 kPa)
or less.
5. Water temperature for testing must be 100°F (38°C)
or less.
6. Test length must be 24 hours or less.
7. After test, make visual check of system to make sure
that it is ready for operation. Remove Sta-Rite pump
trap lid and retighten hand-tight only.
8. Exceeding any one of limits 2 through 6 or omitting
physical checks specified in Steps 1 and 7 can result
in equipment and property damage or physical injury.
NOTICE: These parameters apply to Sta-Rite pool and
spa equipment only. For non-Sta-Rite equipment, consult manufacturer.
Filter Cleaning Procedure .........................................6-7
System Inspection/Winterizing .....................................7
Troubleshooting Guide.................................................8
Pressure Drop Curve ...................................................9
Repair Parts List ........................................................10
READ AND FOLLOW
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS!
This is the safety alert symbol. When you see this
symbol on your system or in this manual, look for one of
the following signal words and be alert to the potential
for personal injury.
warns about hazards that will cause serious
personal injury, death or major property damage if ignored.
warns about hazards that can cause serious
personal injury, death or major property damage if ignored.
warns about hazards that will or can cause
minor personal injury or property damage if ignored.
The label NOTICE indicates special instructions which
are important but not related to hazards.
2
NOTICE: Some pool disinfectants may clog filter media.
To maximize media-life and filter cycle time, closely follow disinfectant manufacturers instructions when cleaning pool or filter.
GENERAL
INFORMATION
Hazardous pressure. Can cause severe
injury or major property damage from tank blow up.
Release all pressure and read instructions before working on filter.
Clean a new pool as well as possible before filling pool
and operating filter. Excess dirt and large particles of
foreign matter in the system can cause serious damage
to the filter and pump.
With a cartridge filter system in place and operating correctly, clean water is returned to the pool faster than the
pool water is being contaminated. A typical pool installation will require approximately one week to obtain and
maintain the sparkle that your filter is capable of giving
you.
Keep pool water pH at recommended level (7.2 to 7.6).
Be sure clamps are in place and knobs are securely
tightened before starting filter.
Maintain pressure gauge in good working order.
Replace gauge if it fails or is damaged.
Make sure internal air bleed tube and air bleed filter
(Key Nos. 9 and 10, Page 10) are in place before operating filter. Clean air bleed periodically.
Cleaning interval is based on pressure differential, not
on length of time filter is operated. Different areas and
water conditions will have different normal cleaning intervals.
If filter is improperly disassembled or assembled, it may explode under pressure! To avoid danger of severe injury or major property damage, always
follow service instructions in this manual when working
on filter!
NEVER operate this filter system at more
than 50 pounds per square inch (50 PSI/345kPa) pressure!
On a new pool installation, we recommend:
1. Disassemble the filter after the initial cleanup.
To prevent severe injury or major property damage, follow exactly “Filter
Disassembly/Assembly Procedure” on Page 5.
2. Hose down the element assembly to remove contaminants.
INSTALLATION GENERAL
Installation of filter should only be done by qualified,
licensed personnel.
Filter mount must
Provide space and lighting for easy access for routine
maintenance.
Provide adequate ventilation and drainage for pump.
Be protected from weather and reasonably level.
Be less than three feet above pool water level.
Be as close to pool as possible to reduce line loss from
pipe friction.
Piping
If filter clamps are
adjusted or removed
under pressure,
tank may explode,
causing severe injury or
major property damage.
BEFORE WORKING
ON PUMP FILTER:
1. Stop pump.
2. Open air
release valve.
3. Release all pressure from system.
All piping must conform to local and state plumbing and
sanitary codes.
Never use pipe joint sealing compound on pipe and fittings that are plastic or may come into contact with plastic. Use only Teflon tape, Plasto-Joint Stik® or Silastic
732®** on PVC pipe and fittings; pipe joint compound
may cause stress cracking of plastic components. Use
pipe joint compounds only on metal-to-metal joints.
Support pipe independently to prevent strains on filter or
pump.
Use 2” or larger pipe to reduce pressure losses.
NOTICE: High flow rates may require larger pipe to produce adequate flow through filter.
Check local codes.
Fittings restrict flow; for best efficiency use fewest possible fittings.
Filter pumps require
hazardous voltage
which can shock, burn,
or cause death
BEFORE
WORKING
ON PUMP OR
MOTOR:
Disconnect
power to motor.
Plasto-Joint Stik® is a registered trademark of La-Co Industries, Inc. and Silastic 732® is a registered trademark of Dow Corning Corp.
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Keep piping tight and free of leaks: pump suction line
leaks may cause trapped air in filter tank or loss of
prime at pump; pump discharge line leaks may show up
as dampness or jets of water.
Either plug drain fitting with a 2" NPT pipe plug or run
piping from drain fitting to an acceptable waste water
disposal point. Provide plug or valve for wastewater
line.
filter and deforming filter elements.
NOTICE: Damaging filter elements through excessive
heat voids the warranty.
Do not use selector valves (i.e., slide or multiport etc.)
with this filter. Filter cannot be backwashed. See Page 6
for cleaning information.
Electrical
BE SURE filter grounding and bonding meets local and
National Electrical Code standards. All wiring, grounding and bonding of associated equipment must meet
local and National Electrical Code standards.
Valves
Provide isolation valves to allow for easy servicing of filter.
A check valve installed between pool and filter inlet will
prevent contaminants from draining back into pool.
A check valve installed between filter and heater will
prevent hot water from heater from backing up into the
SPECIFICATIONS
TABLE I - SPACE REQUIREMENTS in inches (mm)
Model No.
A
B
C*
D
E
S7M120, S7M400
28-1/2 (724)
42 (1067)
7
36 (914)
68 (1730)
S8M150, S7M500
32-1/2 (826)
42-1/4 (1073)
8
40 (1020)
68 (1730)
* Number of clamps.
TABLE II - FILTER SPECIFICATIONS AND OPERATING INFORMATION
Filter Model:
S7M120
Filter Area
300 Sq. Ft. (27.9 Sq. M) 450 Sq. Ft. (41.8 Sq. M) 400 Sq. Ft. (37.2 Sq. M) 500 Sq. Ft. (46.5 Sq. M)
Maximum Flow Rate
100 GPM (378 l/min.)
Max Operating Pressure 50 PSI (345 kPa)
S8M150
S7M400
125 GPM (473 l/min.)
115 GPM (435 l/min.)
130 GPM (492 l/min.)
50 PSI (345 kPa)
50 PSI (345 kPa)
50 PSI (345 kPa)
D
A
E
C
B
INLET
7.812" (19.85 cm)
OUTLET
S8M500
F
9.19" (23.3 cm)
2" (51mm) Sta-Rite Union Connectors
Figure 1 - Dimensions in inches (mm)
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INITIAL START-UP
Assembly:
Turn pump OFF before starting procedure.
Properly seat filter clamps and securely tighten clamp
knobs before proceeding.
Read “Warning Instructions For Clamp Assembly” decal
on tank.
Water pressure in filter must not exceed 50 PSI (345
kPa) under any circumstances.
1. Open air release valve (Key No. 3, Page 12) located
on top of filter tank head.
2. Start pump.
3. When a steady stream of water comes from air release valve, close valve.
4. After filter is operating, record filter pressure gage
reading in owner’s manual for future use.
NOTICE: When installed on a new pool, filter element
may need cleaning after approximately 48 hours of operation.
NOTICE: A new or recently cleaned filter element may
pass some foreign material until it builds up a sufficient
coating to stop all “fines”. This is normal; a short operational period should correct the condition.
Check pressure gauge; if pressure has risen more than 10
PSI (70 kPa) above startup pressure, remove and clean element.
1. Remove Cord Ring slowly to avoid stretching or tearing
it.
2. Inspect Cord Ring (Key No. 23, Page 10) for cuts,
nicks, etc. If damaged, replace with a new one.
3. Clean Cord Ring area of tank half (both halves) and
Cord Ring.
4. Carefully install Cord Ring and upper tank half (Key
No. 24, Page 10).
NOTICE: Be sure upper tank half contacts Cord Ring
surface evenly and seal area is clean and free from dirt.
Do not lubricate Cord Ring; lubricants may cause the
Ring to swell.
5. Install clamps. Do not tighten clamps yet.
6. See Figures 2 and 3 for clamp tightening sequence.
Tighten all clamp knobs securely hand tight.
NOTICE: To equalize stresses on tank, be sure to
tighten clamps in sequence shown. DO NOT work your
way around the filter tightening adjacent clamps.
7. Open isolation valves.
8. Follow directions under “Initial Startup”.
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5
FILTER DISASSEMBLY/
ASSEMBLY PROCEDURE
4
3
6
Before Disassembling Filter:
1. STOP PUMP.
2
7
21" Filter
2. OPEN air release valve.
Figure 2 - 21" Filter clamp tightening sequence.
3. WAIT until all pressure is released
from filter tank and system before loosening clamp
knobs.
Disassembly:
1
7
5
1. Stop pump.
2. Open air release valve (Key No. 2, Page 10) on top
of filter tank to release all pressure from inside of
tank and system.
3. Close plumbing inlet and return valves to prevent
flooding.
4. Remove filter drain plug (Key No. 17 or 18, Page 10)
and drain all water from tank.
5. To equalize flange stresses, loosen clamps alternately (that is, on opposite sides of tank) around
tank. Remove clamps.
6. Being careful not to damage Cord ring (Key No. 23,
Page 10), lift upper tank half (Key No. 24, Page 10)
off of lower tank half (Key No. 22, Page 10).
4
3
6
8
2
25" Filter
Figure 3 - 25" Filter clamp tightening sequence.
5
B. Special Cleaning Instructions:
FILTER CLEANING PROCEDURE
Use this procedure to clean scale or oils which are not
removed by simply hosing down and scrubbing element. Be sure to dispose of spent chemicals according
to all applicable codes and waste disposal ordinances.
Use a soft stream nozzle to minimize flying water and
spray.
NOTICE: When sanitizing your pool using PHMB (polyhexamethylene biquanide based) cleaners, use only
PHMB cleaners to clean the module. When using
PHMB sanitizers, the filter module MUST be cleaned
more thoroughly and frequently than for a pool using
chlorine. Follow manufacturer’s instructions carefully.
Use of any other type of cleaners with PHMB pool sanitizers will void the filter’s warranty.
With hose, wash foreign material from inside of tank.
Avoid washing debris into outlet port.
Be sure inside surface of tank is clean.
Keep track of filter operating pressure. When pressure
reaches 10 PSI (70 kPa) above initial operating pressure, clean filter element.
If filter is used with a spa, soak element (see “Special
Cleaning Instructions,” Page 9) at each regular cleaning.
Filter elements are too heavy for safe lifting
when wet and dirty. To avoid back injury, clean and
drain elements as far as possible in operating position
in filter tank. Have two people lift elements and lift with
care. Follow cleaning procedure given below.
A. Cleaning in Place Procedure:
1. Follow steps one through six under
“Disassembly”, Page 5.
2. With a garden hose, hose as much dirt as possible
off of filter elements while they are still in place inside the tank (See recommendations, below, right).
Allow tank to drain completely. Make sure that waste
water disposal complies with local codes and ordinances.
3. Lift out center element and hose it down thoroughly. Allow to drain.
4. With large element still in tank, hose down both
inner and outer pleats
5. Inspect large element. If it is still dirty, allow it to
drain thoroughly, lift it out of tank and repeat washing operation; then go to Step 6. If it is clean, got to
Step 7.
Figure 4 - Hose down elements thoroughly.
Figure 5 - Clean inside as well as outside of elements.
Filter elements are heavy when wet and
dirty. To avoid back injury, allow filter element to
drain completely before removing from tank. Have
two people lift element and lift with care.
6. Once it is clean, allow large element to drain thoroughly, then reinstall in filter tank.
NOTICE: If this cleaning method does not remove
stubborn deposits, use “Special Cleaning
Instructions”, at right.
7. Reinstall center element
8. Follow steps one through eight under “Assembly”,
Page 5.
Follow these recommendations for easier cleaning with a
garden hose:
1. Prepare to get wet!
2. Use a soft flow nozzle which will reduce spray around filter.
3. Move around element while spraying to reach entire surface.
4. Repeat wash-down process for inside of element. Hold
nozzle as close to inside of pleats as possible.
NOTICE: BE SURE all dirt and foreign material is washed
away from INSIDE pleats of element.
5. Drain elements as much as possible before trying to lift
them.
6
1. Clean filter elements first according to cleaning
procedure above.
2. Use one of the commercial filter cleaners listed
(see Table III)
SYSTEM INSPECTION
General
Wash outside of filter with a mild detergent and water.
Rinse off with hose.
NOTICE: DO NOT use solvents to clean filter; solvents
may damage plastic components in system.
NOTICE: Open air bleed valve and bleed all air from filter each time pump is stopped and restarted.
TABLE III - Specialty Filter Cleaners
(for Degreasing and Scale Removal)
Filter CleanseTM
Filter KleenTM
KleenItTM or
Strip Kwik®
Weekly Inspection:
.
1. Skimmer basket - remove debris.
2. Stop pump, release all pressure. Remove trap cover
and basket, remove debris.
3. Bleed air from filter each time system is started.
4. Check pump for leaks. If found, see pump owner’s
manual.
5. Check pump strainer lid for tightness. Do not overtighten!
NOTICE: Filter must be protected from the weather
and drained if freezing is anticipated. Allowing filter to
freeze can cause damage to filter and WILL VOID
THE WARRANTY!
Filter Cleanse™ is a trademark of Advantis Technologies, Inc.,
Filter Kleen™ is a trademark of Haviland Consumer Products, Inc.,
Strip-Kwik® and KleenIt® are trademarks and/or registered trademarks of Bio-Lab, Inc..
Risk of fire or explosion. Isolate filter from
system before chemical cleaning; rinse filter and elements completely before returning to service. If filter
cannot be isolated, remove media and clean at another
location. Follow chemical manufacturer’s instructions for
use. Do not mix chemicals except as directed by manufacturer. Do not allow cleaning chemicals to mix or to
come in contact with chlorines, bromines, other chemicals, or chemical feed devices.
3. Sponge or spray elements according to chemical
manufacturer’s directions. Leave elements in operating position or remove and clean elsewhere, depending on filter location, chemicals used, and
chemical manufacturers instructions (see warning
above).
4. If soaking is required, remove elements from filter
body and submerge in a separate tank. Follow
cleaner manufacturer’s instructions to mix enough
chemical cleaner to soak element. Soaking may
require four to six hours or more.
5. After soaking, drain and rinse elements completely. Dispose of cleaners in accordance with
codes and waste disposal ordinances.
6. Rinse inside of filter tank completely and re-install
elements (have two people lifting - lift with care).
7. Follow instructions under “Assembly”, Page 5.
8. Restore valving and other plumbing to service position; return system to service (see “Initial
Startup”, Page 5).
Winterizing
1. Stop pump.
2. Open air release valve.
3. Remove both drain plugs from lower tank half; loosen
union connection to inlet and outlet ports to allow internal piping to drain. Leave unions loose over winter.
4. Drain ALL piping to and from filter.
5. Disassemble filter.
To avoid severe injury or major property damage, exactly follow instructions under “Disassembly” (Page 5)!
6. Remove filter elements and store in a warm, dry
area.
Do not remove or damage safety and
instruction labels during cleaning. Replace any decals which may have been damaged.
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C. Pool Water Not Clear:
1. Chlorine dosage too low; maintain adequate
chlorine residual (consult pool professional for
recommendation).
2. Element cloth torn or punctured; replace element.
3. Filter too small, flow too low, or daily operating
time too short, giving inadequate turnover rate;
consult dealer to verify that equipment is properly
sized for your pool.
4. Pump too large - overpumping - reduce flow rate.
5. Filter installed backward - replumb.
D. Long Recovery Time After Heavy Usage:
1. Residual Chlorine level is too low - add chlorine.
2. Filter too small - replace with larger unit.
3. Pump too large - reduce flow rate.
E. Filter Bypasses Dirt:
To avoid severe injury or major property damage, exactly follow instructions under “Disassembly” and
“Assembly” (Page 5)!
1. Air bleed tube and/or tube filter not in position.
Exactly follow instructions in “Filter
Disassembly/Assembly Procedure”, Page 5, and
reinstall correctly.
2. Element cloth torn or punctured; replace element.
3. Filter element is not seated properly in lower tank
half; follow instructions under “Filter
Disassembly/Reassembly”, Page 5, and reposition
properly.
4. Filter is plumbed backwards and element cloth is
ruptured - replumb properly and replace element.
5. Colloidal fines (very small suspended dirt particles)
are present and passing through element covering. Floc with alum, or if fines have already settled,
vacuum to waste.
TROUBLESHOOTING
GUIDE
A. Short Cycle:
Time between cleanings will vary with each installation and between different areas of the country. The
following causes and remedies are for cycle times
shorter than normal for your area.
NOTICE: Some pool disinfectants may clog filter
media. To maximize media-life and filter cycle time,
closely follow disinfectant manufacturers instructions
when cleaning pool or filter.
1. Chlorine residual too low; maintain proper residual
(consult pool professional for recommendation).
2. Flow rate too high; restrict flow to rated capacity of
filter (see instruction decal on filter).
3. Filter too small; install larger filter or additional filter.
4. Unstable water; consult pool professional.
5. Filter element not cleaned properly or plugged with
algae, iron, calcium, etc. - see “Special Cleaning
Instructions”, Page 6.
6. Iron in water - use oversize filter running at a flow
rate of 3/8 to 1/2 GPM/sq. ft.; see cleaning instructions, Page 6.
7. Heavy or improper application of powdered chlorine or chlorine pills using a binder; see “Special
Cleaning Instructions”, Page 6.
8. Algae in pool - Apply heavy dose of chlorine or algaecide as recommended by pool manufacturer.
Continue until algae is controlled.
B. Low flow:
1. Element is plugged; see “Special Cleaning
Instructions”, Page 6.
2. Pipe blocked downstream from filter; remove obstruction.
3. Piping too small; replace with larger pipe (consult
dealer for recommendation).
4. Pump hair and lint trap is plugged - empty and
clean.
5. Pump impeller and diffuser worn - replace with new
parts. Consult pump owner’s manual for information.
6. Pump too small for system - consult pool professional; if recommended, replace pump with larger
pump.
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PRESSURE DROP CURVE
Max Flow Rate
S7M400
S7M120
S8M150
S8M500
PSI Loss
(kPa Loss)
6
(41.4)
4
(20.7)
2
(13.8)
0
0
20
(76)
40
(154)
60
80
100
(227)
(303)
(379)
Flow Rate in GPM (LPM)
120
(454)
140
(530)
3102 1097
9
7
6
5
0
20
25
1
10
5
1
25
2
3
8
4
5
9
24
10
11
12
23
14
22
20
21
13
14
17
15
16
19
15
18
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REPAIR PARTS LIST
Key
No.
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
**
**
**
**
Part Description
2 Inch Gauge
Air Release Valve
Close Nipple 1/4 In.
Adapter Bushing
O-Ring
Large Cartridge
Small Cartridge
Air Bleed Filter
Air Bleed Tube
Baffle and Bulkhead Fitting
O-Ring
O-Ring
Elbow and Bulkhead Assembly
O-Ring
O-Ring
Adapter Fitting
1-1/2" NPT Plug
Drain Plug
Bulkhead Retaining Nut
Clamp Assembly
Clamp Bolt
Lower Tank Half
Cord Ring
Upper Tank Half Kit***
Valve and Gauge Assembly
(Includes Key Nos. 1-5)
Model Plate
Instruction Label
Warning Label
2" Slip 1/2 Union Kit
Qty.
S7M120
300 Ft2 Filters
Model No.
S7M400
S8M150
400 Ft2 Filters
450 Ft2 Filters
S8M500
500 Ft2 Filters
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
1
1
2
*
*
1
1
1
33600-0023T
WC212-120P
35202-0959
24900-0504
35505-1423
25022-0201S
25021-0200S
25021-0004
25021-0003
25021-0101
35505-1428
35505-1429
25021-0100
35505-1425
35505-1424
24900-0509
27001-0022S
24900-0503
24752-0050
24850-0200
24850-0010
24850-0102S
24850-0008
24851-9000
33600-0023T
WC212-120P
35202-0959
24900-0504
35505-1423
25022-0224S
25021-0223S
25021-0004
25021-0003
25021-0101
35505-1428
35505-1429
25021-0100
35505-1425
35505-1424
24900-0509
27001-0022S
24900-0503
24752-0050
24850-0200
24850-0010
24851-0103S
24850-0008
24851-9000
33600-0023T
WC212-120P
35202-0959
24900-0504
35505-1423
25022-0203S
25021-0202S
25021-0004
25021-0003
25021-0101
35505-1428
35505-1429
25021-0100
35505-1425
35505-1424
24900-0509
27001-0022S
24900-0503
24752-0050
24850-0200
24850-0010
24851-0103S
24850-0009
24851-9001
33600-0023T
WC212-120P
35202-0959
24900-0504
35505-1423
25022-0225S
25021-0224S
25021-0004
25021-0003
25021-0101
35505-1428
35505-1429
25021-0100
35505-1425
35505-1424
24900-0509
27001-0022S
24900-0503
24752-0050
24850-0200
24850-0010
24851-0103S
24850-0009
24851-9001
1
1
1
1
1
24850-0105
32155-4036
32155-4037
32165-4004
PKG 188
24850-0105
32155-4144
32155-4037
32165-4004
PKG 188
24850-0105
32155-4038
32155-4039
32165-4005
PKG 188
24850-0105
32155-4145
32155-4039
32165-4005
PKG 188
* Models S7M120 and S7M400 require 7 clamps and clamp bolts; Models S8M150 and S8M500 require 8 clamps and clamp
bolts.
** Not Illustrated *** Includes all decals and labels.
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