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WARRANTY REGISTRATION AND POLICY
Buhler Manufacturing products are warranted for a period of twelve (12) months from
original date of purchase, by original purchaser, to be free from defects in material and
workmanship under correct, normal agricultural use and proper applications.
Buhler Manufacturing’s obligations under this warranty shall be limited to the repair or
exchange, at Buhler Manufacturing’s option, of any Buhler Manufacturing product or
part which proves to be defective as provided. Buhler Manufacturing reserves the right
to either inspect the product at the buyer’s location or have it returned to the factory for
inspection.
The above warranty does not extend to goods damaged or subject to accident, abuse or
misuse after shipment from Buhler Manufacturing’s factory, nor to goods altered or
repaired by anyone other than an authorized Buhler Manufacturing representative.
Buhler Manufacturing makes no Express Warranties other than those which are
specifically described. Any description of goods, including any references and
specifications in catalogues, circulars and other written material published is for the sole
purpose of identifying goods and shall conform to such descriptions. Any sample or
model is for illustrative purposes only and does not create an Express Warranty that the
goods conform to sample or model shown.
The purchaser is solely responsible for determining suitability of goods sold. This
warranty is expressly in lieu of all other warranties expressed or implied. Buhler
Manufacturing will in no event be liable for any incidental or consequential damages
whatsoever, nor for any sum in excess of the price received for the goods for which
liability is claimed.
WARRANTY CLAIMS:
Warranty requests must be prepared on Buhler Manufacturing Warranty Claim Forms
with all requested information properly completed. Warranty Claims must be submitted
within a thirty (30) day period from date of failure repair.
WARRANTY LABOR:
Any labor subject to warranty must be authorized by Buhler Manufacturing. The labor
rate for replacing defective parts, where applicable, will be credited at a rate determined
by the Company, Buhler Manufacturing.
IMPORTANT FACTS:
Buckets and Bucket Tines Carry No Warranty
Bent Spears Carry No Warranty
Snowblower Fan Shafts Carry No Warranty
Mower Blades Carry No Warranty
Portable Auger Parts Have Two (2) Year Warranty
Loader Parts Have Two (2) Year Warranty
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2595 & 2596 OPERATOR’S AND PARTS MANUAL
Table of Contents
Description
Page
Registration and Policy
Loader Specifications ..........................................................................................
2
Introduction
Terminology ..............................................................................................
Serial Decal Location ................................................................................
4
5
Safety
General Safety Notes ................................................................................
Safety Decals ............................................................................................
Important Precautions ...............................................................................
6
7
7
Pre – Operation .................................................................................................... 10
Operation
General Operating Notes ..........................................................................
Hydraulics .................................................................................................
Bucket .......................................................................................................
Backfilling or Scraping ..............................................................................
A – Frame .................................................................................................
Handling Bales and Pallets .......................................................................
Grapple .....................................................................................................
11
11
12
13
14
15
17
Installing / Removing Loader
Installing .................................................................................................... 18
Removing .................................................................................................. 19
Installing / Removing Loader Attachments
Installing .................................................................................................... 21
Removing .................................................................................................. 21
Lubrication ............................................................................................................ 22
Maintenance
General Inspection ....................................................................................
Lift locks ....................................................................................................
Pins and Bushings ....................................................................................
Mounting Kit ..............................................................................................
Bolt Torque Chart ......................................................................................
Hydraulics .................................................................................................
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23
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24
24
25
TSL General Notes ............................................................................................... 28
Trouble Shooting ................................................................................................. 29
Parts Appendix ..................................................................................................... 31
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LOADER SPECIFICATIONS
Illustration (TSL shown)
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Specification Chart
Item
2595/2596
REG
Description
2595/2596 2595S/2596S 2595S/2596S
TSL
REG
TSL
A
Maximum lift height to pivot pin [in/cm]
145/368
145/368
142/361
142/361
B
Maximum lift height under level bucket [in/cm]
135/343
135/343
132/335
132/335
C
Clearance with bucket dumped [in/cm]
112/285
112/285
108/274
108/274
D
Reach at maximum lift height [in/cm]
29/74
28/71
32/81
32/81
E
Maximum dump angle [deg]
48
49
46
48
G
Maximum rollback angle [deg]
38
38
38
38
H
Digging depth [in/cm]
7.0/18
7.0/18
5.5/14
5.5/14
J
Overall height in carry position [in/cm]
U
Lift capacity to maximum height - at pivot pin [lb/kg]
optional cylinder
5395/2447
V
Lift capacity to maximum height [lb/kg]
2330/1057
optional cylinder
3670/1665
Lift capacity to 59 in. height - at pivot pin [lb/kg]
3995/1812
optional cylinder
6280/2849
Lift capacity to 59 in. height [lb/kg]
3050/1383
optional cylinder
4795/2175
Breakout force - at pivot pin [lbf/daN]
4795/2132
optional cylinder
7490/3397
Breakout force [lbf/daN]
3480/1548
optional cylinder
5435/2418
Bucket rollback force at maximum height [lbf/daN]
2760/1228
optional cylinder
4255/1893
Bucket rollback force at 59 in. lift height [lbf/daN]
4240/1886
optional cylinder
6445/2867
Bucket rollback force at ground line [lbf/daN]
4335/1928
optional cylinder
6590/2931
W
X
Y
Z
VV
XX
ZZ
85/216
87/221
85/216
86/218
3425/1554
5355/2429
3465/1572
5410/2454
3645/1653
2335/1059
Raising/Lowering time [sec]
4.4/2.8
optional cylinder
6.3/4.2
Bucket dumping/rollback time [sec]
3.7/2.3
54552474
6220/2821
4200/1905
Lift cylinder tube/shaft size [in]
2.50/1.50
optional cylinder
3.00/1.75
Lift cylinder stroke/retracted length [in]
6510/2953
6570/2980
4750/2155
3170/1438
4920/2232
4965/2252
7425/3303
5180/2304
7970/3545
8040/3576
5385/2395
3695/1643
5690/2530
5735/2551
4310/1917
2725/1212
4255/1893
4200/1868
6380/2837
4210/1873
6350/2824
6400/2847
6295/2800
4340/1930
6300/2802
6.3/4.2
6595/2933
4.4/2.8
6.3/4.2
6.3/4.2
4.1/2.7
3.7/2.3
3.00/1.75
2.50/1.50
5.3/3.5
optional cylinder
3650/1656
3680/1669
4.1/2.7
5.3/3.5
3.00/1.75
3.00/1.75
25.75/38.00
25.75/38.00
25.75/38.00
25.75/38.00
Bucket cylinder tube/shaft size [in]
2.50/1.50
3.00/1.75
2.50/1.50
3.00/1.75
optional cylinder
3.00/1.75
Bucket cylinder stroke/retracted length [in]
21.50/31.00
Mounting Height (+/- 3.0) [in]
3.00/1.75
16.75/46.25
21.50/31.00
16.75/46.25
48
Hydraulic pressure rating/flow rate [psi]/[gpm]
2500/15
Tractor size [H.P. @ normal duty]
50-120
Bucket size [in/cu.ft.]
60/19.0
- * Indicates bucket size used for calculations
72/23.8
84/27.0*
of lift capacities and rollback forces.
Weight (with bkt & mtg kit) [lb/kg]
2200/998
NOTE: Specifications are subject to change without notice or obligation.
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INTRODUCTION
This manual has been provided as information regarding the specifications, safe
operation and maintenance of your agricultural front-end loader. Read and understand
this manual and the tractor manual prior to operating to obtain the best use of operating
your loader. Keep this manual for reference and to forward to new operators and
owners. Contact your local Buhler - Allied dealer if you require any assistance,
information or additional manuals.
Terminology: Basic terminology used throughout this manual has been identified
below. For part numbers and further details refer to the Parts Appendix.
Loader top arm
Loader upright
Level rod indicator
Loader
lock pin
Loader joint plate
Bucket cylinder
Torsion tubes
Lift cylinder
Attachment
(bucket shown)
(Side plate part of
mounting kit)
Loader bottom
arm
Loader mount
plate
(part of mtg. kit)
Attachment
lock pin
Loader Identification Illustration (2595 shown)
Some components are identified as “right” and “left”. This is determined as seated in
the tractor and facing forward, loader end.
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Serial Decal Location: The serial decal is located on the inside left arm of the loader
joint plate. Please record the serial number in the space provided for future reference.
The serial decal will provide the model and date of manufacture of the loader and will be
required to obtain correct replacement parts and complete warranty claims.
For your records, record
Serial Number here: _____________________________
Buhler Manufacturing
"a partnership"
farm king
allied
inland
Warranty Registration: The Warranty Registration and Delivery Report MUST be
completed within thirty (30) days of delivery to validate the warranty.
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SAFETY
Read and understand all the safety messages listed in this manual. For your safety and
the safety of others near the machine, learn how to control and operate the loader
properly. It is your responsibility to inform subsequent operators and owners of these
precautions.
General Safety Notes:
Improper use of the loader and tractor can cause serious injury or death.
Operate the loader while seated in the tractor seat only.
Keep the work area clear of other persons.
Never leave the tractor unattended while the attachment is raised. Always lower the
attachment to ground and shut tractor off before leaving the tractor seat.
Never work beneath a raised loader unless it is securely supported. The control
lever can be moved or a hydraulic leak could cause the loader to drop resulting in
serious injury or death. Refer to the Lift Lock Instructions Decal for proper use of the
lift locks.
Prior to use, check to ensure the attachment is properly locked to the quick-tach.
Verify from tractor seat by lowering the attachment to the ground and retracting the
lift cylinders.
Never operate loader with frayed or damaged hoses or leaking fittings. A burst
could cause the loader to drop suddenly and result in serious injury or death and
cause damage to the loader or tractor.
Keep tractor on solid ground when raising loader. Loose fill rocks and holes can be
dangerous for loader operation and movement.
If for some reason, you feel the tractor tipping, immediately lower the loader.
A pivoting front axle acts like a three-wheeled tractor until the stops hit the axle.
Space rear tires as recommended by the tractor manufacturer. Maximize width for
high lift applications and uneven terrain.
Add rear ballast as required to ensure 25% of gross vehicle weight is transferred to
the rear axle. Loader, attachment and payload must be included as weight.
Do not raise attachment to extreme heights while tractor is on an incline. Be alert for
terrain changes and adjust accordingly. Keep attachment at low travel height, no
more than one foot, as long as possible.
Allow for attachment and loader length when turning.
The tractor must be equipped with an approved Roll Over Protection Structure
(ROPS) and safety belts.
Use proper lighting and safety warnings when transporting equipment on public
roads and during darkness. The Slow Moving Vehicle (SMV) emblem must be
visible. Check with your local Law Enforcement Agency for specific requirements.
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Safety Decals: Safety Decal Location illustrates the approximate location and detail of
safety decals. To install safety decals ensure the installation area is clean and dry.
Decide on the exact position before you remove the backing paper. Remove the
smallest portion of the split backing paper and align over the specified area. Carefully
press in place. Slowly peel back the remaining paper and smooth the remaining portion
in place. Small air pockets can be pierced with a pin and smoothed out. Keep all
decals clean and replace any that are damaged or missing. Replacement decals are
available from your local dealer.
Important Precautions: The alert symbol is used throughout this manual. It indicates
attention is required and identifies hazards; your safety is involved. Follow the
recommended precautions.
The safety alert symbol indicates ATTENTION ! BECOME ALERT ! YOUR SAFETY IS
INVOLVED ! The symbol appears in conjunction with statements and signs.
CAUTION
The caution symbol indicates a potentially hazardous situation, which may result in
injury. It may also be used to alert against unsafe practices.
WARNING
The warning symbol indicates a potentially hazardous situation, which could result in
death or serious injury and includes hazards that are exposed when guards are
removed. It may also be used to alert against unsafe practices.
DANGER
The danger symbol indicates an imminently hazardous situation, which will result in
death or serious injury. This signal word is limited to the most extreme situations,
typically for machine components, which, for functional purposes, cannot be guarded.
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Safety Decal Location
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The following pictorials indicate important precautions to be used during the operation of
the loader.
WARNING
DANGER
FALLING HAZARD
ELECTROCUTION HAZARD
To prevent serious injury or death:
To prevent serious injury or death:
Stay away from power lines and cables.
Electrocution can occur with or without direct
contact.
Do not lift, carry or allow anyone to ride on or work from any
portion of loader.
WARNING
WARNING
CRUSHING HAZARD
HIGH PRESSURE FLUID
To prevent serious injury of death:
To prevent serious injury or death:
Do not handle round bales or other shiftable objects
unless loader is equipped with an attachment designed
for this purpose.
Do not handle loose loads that are not secured.
Do not lift load higher than necessary.
Relieve pressure on system before repairing or adjusting
or disconnecting.
Wear proper hand and eye protection when searching for
leaks. Use wood or cardboard instead of hands.
Keep all components in good repair.
If hydraulic fluid penetrates skin, obtain medical
treatment IMMEDIATELY.
WARNING
WARNING
ROLL-OVER HAZARD
To prevent serious injury or death:
CRUSHING HAZARD
To prevent serious injury or death:
Move and turn tractor at low speed.
Carry load no higher than necessary to clear the ground
when transporting.
Add wheel ballast or rear weight for stability.
Move wheels to widest possible settings to increase
stability.
It is recommended the tractor be equipped with a rollover
protective structure (ROPS).
Do not allow bystanders in loader work area.
Lower loader to the ground before leaving seat.
Do not walk or work under raised loader. For servicing,
refer to operator's manual.
Read and understand operator's manual before operating
loader.
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PRE – OPERATION
WARNING The tractor must be equipped with an approved Roll
over Protection Structure (ROPS) and safety belts to help prevent personal injury
or death caused by tractor roll over.
CAUTION
Maximum rated loader capacity may exceed tractor
rating. Load restrictions or reduction in hydraulic operating pressure may be
required for safe operation.
Rops: Do not exceed the manufacturer’s rating for maximum gross vehicle
weight. Refer to the Tractor Manual or the ROPS Serial Decal for rating. Do not
alter or modify the ROPS structure.
Tractor Tires: Space rear tires as recommended by the tractor manufacturer.
Tire inflation and capacity must meet or exceed additional weight of loader,
attachment and payload. Maximize width for high lift applications. Tread width
must not exceed maximum width as recommended in the Mounting Kit Listing.
WARNING
Add rear ballast to help prevent personal injury or death
caused by tractor roll over.
Rear Ballast: Rear ballast is required to ensure 25% of gross vehicle weight is
transferred to the rear axle. Attachment and load must be included as weight.
Adequate rear weights are required to counterbalance maximum loader capacity
and safe loader operation. Weight can be added as rear tire liquid (calcium
solution), rear wheel weights, rear axle weights and/or three point hitch mounted
ballast or implement. Ballasting will vary with tractor and loader attachment.
Refer to the Tractor Manual for recommended ballasting.
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OPERATION
General Operating Notes:
The following section provides general
information that can be applied towards your specific application. Ensure that
you’ve read and understood this manual and your Tractor Manual. Observe all
safety precautions and follow local laws pertaining to the use of your loader and
tractor.
Hydraulics: Under normal conditions, operate the tractor’s engine at ½ throttle.
Note: In cold weather, tractors with load sense hydraulic systems require longer
warm-up periods for the loader to respond when valve is operated.
In cold weather, operate the tractor’s engine at idle speed until the hydraulic fluid
is warmed up. Slowly cycle the loader and attachment several times to further
warm the hydraulic fluid. High engine speed when the hydraulic fluid is cold will
cause the pump to wear prematurely and may cause the loader to operate
erratically.
The hydraulic hoses should be connected to
the loader valve such that pushing forward on
handles lowers the loader or dumps the
attachment. When using the Allied Remote
Hydraulic Control pushing forward should
lower the loader while pushing directly right
should dump the attachment.
The Allied Remote Hydraulic Control is
equipped with a momentary push button
switch and a lock. The push button is for
operating a third function when an electric
diverter is installed. The third function is
normally for operating a grapple. When the
button is depressed the valve ports are open
to the grapple cylinders. Shifting the joystick
to the left while button is depressed will close
the grapple and shifting to the right will open.
IMPORTANT: Always feather the grapple
when closing or opening to avoid
unnecessary shock loads on grapple
components.
WARNING
Keep grapple closed at all times when bucket
is empty and carry bucket low to the ground.
Avoid operating near power wires.
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All Buhler-Allied hydraulic valves are self-centering and return to neutral from all
positions except float. The float or detent spool is only to be used on the boom
circuit. This position allows the oil to freely flow through the valve so the lift
cylinders can extend or retract. It can be engaged by slightly pushing control
beyond full lower. Float will allow for the loader to lower and rise as the
attachment follows the ground contours. To disengage float, slightly pull control
back towards the neutral position. The Allied Remote Hydraulic Control can be
locked in the neutral position to minimize unintentional movement.
CAUTION
Lower and dump heavy loads slowly by feathering.
Stop tractor movement gradually. Never drop a loaded attachment and “catch”
hydraulically. Stopping with such downward momentum may cause damage to
the loader or tractor.
When handling heavy loads be sure to raise and lower the loader slowly while
leveling the attachment as required. Feathering can assist in accurately
controlling operations by regulating oil flow through cylinders.
A third function hydraulic control is available for grapple or other hydraulic
applications. An optional divertor valve is connected to the loader attachment
spool and is operated via the Allied Remote Hydraulic Control momentary switch
and simultaneously engaging the bucket spool through dump or rollback.
Bucket:
When loading a bucket, approach straight
and enter the pile with a level bucket parallel
to the line of motion.
IMPORTANT:
Attempting to turn while
loading may cause damage to the loader or
tractor.
Work controls to raise and rollback the bucket
simultaneously. The combined actions of lift
and bucket cylinders increases loading
efficiency and minimizes resistance to lift.
NOTE: On tractors with low hydraulic oil
flows, both functions may not be possible
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Minimize turning angle and length of run
between pile and trailer to increase loading
efficiency.
Also, place load evenly or
centered in the attachment.
WARNING
Carry the load no
higher than necessary to clear the terrain.
Turn and brake slowly. Always be sure that
loading area is level and on solid ground. Do
not raise loader higher then required while
dumping. Immediately lower the loader to
ground if the tractor becomes unstable.
Leave material, which drifts over the bucket
sides for final cleanup.
Backfilling or Scraping:
For forward back filling, approach pile with a
level bucket. Utilize the float position to
minimize bucket cutting edge wear. Leave
dirt in bucket.
Dumping on each pass
reduces efficiency.
NOTE: Use leveling rod for a guide to
ensure bucket is level.
Do not use bucket in dumped position for
forward grading.
This will only impose
severe shock loading on the bucket cylinders
and it is difficult to maintain a level grade.
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For back grading, either load the bucket and
position the heel on the ground or position
the bucket at 40° or less below level as
shown. Place the valve in the float position
and back up slowly.
IMPORTANT: Float position must be used to
reduce down pressure, otherwise cylinder
rod(s) and/or bucket damage could occur.
A – Frame: Standard and Heavy Duty A – Frames can be fitted with either
spears or pallet forks.
- Standard Duty
The standard duty frame is for handling
medium sized round bales (up to 1000 lbs.)
fitted with a single centered 1240mm long
heat treated spear and two short stabilizers.
For pallet applications with a maximum load
up to 2000 lbs. when fitted with 42.0” fork kit.
- Heavy Duty 60”
The Heavy Duty 60” frame is for handling
medium to large sized round bales (up to
2000 lbs.) when fitted with two bottom
1240mm long heat treated spears and two
short stabilizers. For pallet applications with
a maximum payload of 4400 lbs. when fitted
with the 48.0” fork kit.
NOTE: The heavy duty frame can also be
fitted using only the one center spear as per
the standard duty A-frame.
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Handling bales and pallets:
For safe handling of bales and pallets please follow procedures below:
WARNING
Do not operate A – Frame for bales without the stabilizers.
With a single spear, enter one of the ends of
the bale and drive the spear horizontally into
the center or slightly above center of the bale
and fully penetrate the bale. Then rollback
the bucket cylinders approximately three
quarters of the cylinder stroke and lift bale
approximately a foot off the ground.
With the double or four spears enter the bale
from one of the ends and drive the spear one
third to one half the way up, from the bottom
and fully penetrate the bale. Then rollback
the bucket cylinders approximately three
quarters of the cylinder’s stroke and lift bale
approximately 12.0” off the ground.
CAUTION
Never attempt to use the spears as forks, as the spears can easily penetrate the
ground causing a spear to bend or break as well as making the bale unstable to
carry. Never attempt to handle a bale with only part of the spear(s) penetrated
The nut on the bale spear must be torqued to 500 ft.-lbs. Check the torque
periodically. A loose spear will damage the spear holder.
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When loading bales onto a trailer, park trailer
in close proximity to minimize turning angle
and length of travel to increase loading
efficiency.
As you lift the bale using the regular loader, it
is recommended to feather the valve to allow
bucket cylinders to extend to keep bale at
about a 20° angle. (On TSL loaders this is
not necessary) Lift the bale only enough to
clear the area that the bale will be placed on.
Always approach the trailer square to the
tractor as shown.
CAUTION
Avoid sudden stops and sharp turns. Avoid uneven terrain areas for loading and
unloading.
After setting the bale down position the A –
frame with spear(s) horizontal to the ground
and slowly back the tractor straight out.
Level indicator
With pallet forks level and just above the
ground, drive the forks into the pallet
completely. Raise loader to lift pallet and
carry level 6 to 12 inches off the ground.
Note:
The
TSL
loader
is
highly
recommended when operating with pallet
forks for maintaining a constant level load.
Use the level indicator as a guide to ensure
forks are level at ground.
CAUTION
Avoid sudden stops and sharp turns. Operate at low ground speeds. Never
attempt to lift loads heavier than the rated fork specs (42”– 2200 lbs.) (48”– 4400
lbs.). Always lift or carry pallets using both forks and utilizing the full length of the
forks.
WARNING
When driving amongst livestock keep bucket cylinders retracted, and loader
boom at least 6 to 7’ off the ground. Store A – frame away from both play and
heavy traffic areas.
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Grapple:
The grapple is designed to safely prevent loads (bales, silage) from falling out of
the bucket. (Refer to pictorial below for options listed)
WARNING
Travel at low speeds. Carry loads as low as possible. Avoid sharp turns and
uneven terrain.
Grapple for
Hay or Silage
Standard 2000 series
Quick attach brackets (2495-2895)
Standard 495-995 Quick attach
Optional 95-395 Quick attach
Optional factory
pre punched grapple buckets.
(84", 96", 102" only)
Manure tine
kits available.
Pre punched tine holes
standard on buckets
72" and larger.
Bucket Options:
Regular / Snow
48", 60", 72", 84", 96", 102"
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INSTALLING / REMOVING LOADER
Installing:
CAUTION
Prior to initial mounting, cycle loader cylinders to
displace air. This ensures the loader will remain in the storage position and
operate consistently.
1. Position the tractor centrally and parallel
to the loader uprights. Drive forward slowly
until the loader hydraulic hoses can be
coupled. Shut tractor off and set park brake.
Couple the loader hoses to the matched color
code identifiers on the auxiliary valve for
proper orientation of loader operation.
2. Extend lift cylinders to tilt both loader
uprights approximately 30 degrees. Rollback
bucket to further raise upright for additional
clearance. Both upright base pivots must be
above the loader mount cradle.
CAUTION
Verify front and side clearances during installation to
avoid tractor damage. Position hydraulic hoses such that they will not be
pinched or stretched during installation.
3. Slowly drive the tractor forward until the
upright base pivot contacts the mount plate.
4. Slowly extend the bucket and retract the
lift cylinders to lower the upright pivot into the
mount plate cradle. Ensure both uprights are
fully engaged within the mount plate cradle.
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5. With the tractor in neutral, continue to
retract the lift cylinders and extend the bucket
cylinders to rotate the upright back against
the lock pin stops. Shut the tractor off and
set park brake.
6.
Install both upright attachment pins
and secure with hairpin clip. Start the tractor
and slowly raise loader until the parking
stands are off the ground.
WARNING
Shut tractor off and store parking stands within loader
cross tube remembering to stand on the outside of the loader arms. Start the
tractor and continue to cycle loader and attachment to verify loader operation.
Removing:
WARNING A bucket or other suitable attachment must be attached
to the loader for stability. Always remove the loader on firm level surface away
from children’s play areas and high traffic areas.
1.
Raise loader to provide clearance to
engage both parking stands. Shut off tractor.
Standing along the outside of the loader arms
remove parking stands from storage position
and engage within the loader mainframe.
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2.
Lower attachment level to the ground
while engaging float position.
Ensure
attachment rests firmly on ground with minimal
downward pressure. If required extend bucket
cylinders to rotate upright rearward. At this
stage the pin should have no pressure. Set
tractor park brake and remove loader lock
pins. Check hydraulic hoses such that they
will not get pinched or stretched during
removal.
WARNING
Operate hydraulic controls slowly.
Loader
disengage from the mounting kit and may shift if not on firm level ground.
will
3. Retract bucket cylinders to raise upright
and disengage from the loader mount cradle.
If additional clearance is required, extend lift
cylinders while slowly backing the tractor
away from the loader.
4.
After the tractor is clear of the loader,
retract all cylinders to protect the shafting.
Shut tractor off and set park brake and
relieve oil pressure in hoses by moving valve
control.
Disconnect hydraulic loader
hydraulic hoses at the quick couplers.
IMPORTANT: Cap both male and female
couplers. Wrap loader hoses over loader
arm.
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P4094
bühler
Allied Front-End Loader
INSTALLING / REMOVING LOADER ATTACHMENTS
Installing:
1.
Position tractor centrally within the
bucket hooks. Dump Quick-tach slightly from
vertical position. Slowly drive the tractor
forward until the Quick-tach contacts the
bucket.
2.
Slowly raise the loader to engage the
Quick-tach within both bucket hooks. When
both hooks are resting on the Quick-tach
rollback the bucket. Shut tractor off. Lock
using both Quick-tach pins and secure with
hairpin clips.
Pin in lock
position.
CAUTION
Verify attachment installation from tractor seat by
lowering level attachment to ground and retracting the lift cylinders.
Removing:
1.
Rollback attachment and lower near
ground position. Shut tractor off.
2. Remove both Quick-tach pins and place in
storage position. Place level attachment on
ground.
Slowly dump attachment while
backing tractor away.
Pin in storage position
- 21 -
P4094
bühler
Allied Front-End Loader
LUBRICATION
Lubricate loader bushings and pivots every eight hours of average operation
with high-grade grease. For grease fitting locations see illustration below.
Select grease based on the expected outside temperature range. Lithium,
Molybdenum and synthetic greases are preferred. Use the tractor hour meter
as a guide. Increase lubrication intervals for extreme use or adverse
conditions. Each pivot should be lubricated until grease is visible at pin.
Lubricate both right and left
sides every 8 hours.
TSL Loader Shown
IMPORTANT: Ensure that grease fittings accept grease. Should any fitting
become plugged, replace immediately. Pivots not greased as specified would
cause premature wear of pins and bushings.
- 22 -
P4094
bühler
Allied Front-End Loader
MAINTENANCE
General Inspection:
CAUTION
Lower attachment and loader to ground, place all
controls in neutral, stop engine, set parking brake and remove ignition key before
inspecting, servicing, adjusting or repairing loader.
WARNING
Relieve hydraulic pressure before repairing, adjusting
or disconnecting hydraulics components. Escaping hydraulic oil can penetrate
skin causing serious personal injury. If injured consult a physician immediately.
WARNING Never work beneath a raised loader unless it is
securely supported. The control lever can be moved or a hydraulic leak could
cause the loader to drop resulting in serious injury or death. Refer to the Lift
Lock Instructions Decal for proper use of the lift locks.
Lift Locks: The lift locks on your loader are to be used whenever someone is
attempting to be under the loader or for tractor servicing. When using the locks
ensure loader is free of any load in the loader attachment or no attachment.
To engage, raise loader sufficient for lift lock
clearance.
Swing each lift lock forward
resting on the cylinder rod below the head
plate as shown. Turn off the tractor and
slowly lower the loader until the cylinder head
plate rests up against the lift lock. Then lock
joystick in neutral position.
Pins and Bushings: Every 6 months or 1000 hours check loader and cylinder
pivots for movement that would be due to bushing or pin wear. Change bushings
when excessive movement is noticed and replace any worn or rough surfaced
pins.
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bühler
Allied Front-End Loader
Mounting Kit:
After the initial 2 weeks or 40 hours of loader operation, and 6-month intervals
thereafter re-torque all mounting kit bolts. (See below for proper bolt torques)
(Side plate part of
mounting kit)
Loader mount
plate
(part of mtg. kit)
Mount kit bolts
Bolt Torque Chart:
Standard
Grade 2 Bolts
Bolt Size
Torque
(in.)
ft-lbs
NM
6
7
0.25
11
15
0.313
20
27
0.375
32
43
0.438
49
66
0.5
70
95
0.563
97
131
0.625
144
195
0.75
166
225
0.875
250
339
1
354
480
1.125
500
678
1.25
655
887
1.375
870 1179
1.5
Metric
Grade 5 Bolts
Torque
ft-lbs
NM
8
11
17
23
31
42
49
66
76
103
109
148
150
203
266
360
430
583
644
873
795 1077
1120 1518
1470 1992
1950 2642
Grade 8 Bolts
Torque
ft-lbs
NM
12
16
25
33
44
60
70
95
106
144
153
207
212
287
376
509
606
821
909 1232
1288 1745
1817 2462
2382 3228
3161 4283
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
27
30
33
36
Class 5.6
Torque
ft-lbs NM
3.1
4.3
7.7
10.5
15
21
26
36
42
58
64
88
89
121
126
171
169
230
217
295
320
435
435
590
590
800
759 1030
Grade 8.8
Torque
ft-lbs NM
7.3
9.9
17.7
24
35
48
61
83
97
132
147
200
202
275
287
390
390
530
497
675
733
995
995 1350
1349 1830
1740 2360
Grade 10.9
Torque
ft-lbs NM
10.3
14
25
34
49
67
86.2
117
136
185
210
285
287
390
405
550
549
745
708
960
1032 1400
1401 1900
1902 2580
2441 3310
Grade 12.9
Torque
ft-lbs NM
12.1 16.5
29
40
59
81
103
140
162
220
250
340
346
470
486
660
656
890
840 1140
1239 1680
1681 2280
2278 3090
2935 3980
39
988
2249
3163
3798
Bolt Size
(mm)
- 24 -
1340
3050
4290
P4094
5150
bühler
Allied Front-End Loader
Hydraulics:
WARNING Escaping fluid under pressure can
have sufficient force to penetrate the skin, causing
serious personal injury. Before repairing, adjusting, or
disconnecting lines, be sure to relieve all pressure.
Before applying pressure to the system, be sure all
connections are tight and the lines, pipes, and hoses are
not damaged.
Wear proper hand and eye protection when searching for
leaks. Use a piece of wood or cardboard instead of hand
to check for leaks.
Maintain all components in good working order.
If injured by escaping fluid, see a doctor at once. Serious
infection or toxic reaction can develop if proper medical
treatment is not administered immediately.
With loader attachment on the ground, check and add if necessary the approved
hydraulic fluid. Refer to the Tractor Manual for proper inspection of fluid level, oil
type and service intervals. Visually check hoses and fittings for leaks and
damage on a daily bases. Ensure hoses do not bind or stretch during operation.
Always keep hoses tied or supported to prevent rubbing against sharp areas or
being pinched. We suggest using tie wraps to support hoses. Hoses routed
from steel lines to cylinders should be in a relaxed position. To correct, loosen
swivel end of hose and retighten.
WARNING
Never operate the loader with frayed or damaged hoses
or leaking fittings. A burst would cause the loader to drop suddenly and result in
serious injury or death and cause damage to the loader or tractor.
Replacement hoses must be equal to a working pressure of 3000 P.S.I. or
higher.
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Allied Front-End Loader
A yearly inspection of the valve is recommended. However the maintenance
intervals on the valve depends on the surrounding environment or if valve spools
become stiff. Where temperatures fluctuate from one extreme to another or
exposed to high salt the intervals for maintenance should be increased to protect
from corrosion.
On non-cab tractors mounted with the joystick valve, slip back the boot and clean
away any debris. Spray a corrosion resistant lubricant and remount the boot.
Replace a torn or cracked boot.
WARNING
Shut tractor down and relieve oil pressure in system by
moving the control valve spools in both directions before doing any maintenance.
Maintenance involves yearly removal of valve spool end caps and cleaning all
debris and corrosion. Spray area with a corrosive resistant lubricant and recap.
CAUTION
Never use grease to lubricate valve components where
climate temperature drops below 0°C as this could cause spools to jam.
- 26 -
P4094
bühler
Allied Front-End Loader
On valves fitted with joystick cables loosen off jam nut and cable sleeves to gain
access to the valve spool. Clean all debris and any existing corrosion. Spray
areas with a light corrosion resistant lubricant. Re-mount cables sleeves and
adjust so that joystick is centered in both axis to the base. Lock cable sleeve by
using the jam nut. Note: In severe cold weather climates, inspect and maintain
the valve and joystick cables before cold weather.
Cable Sleeve
Jam Nut
Cable
Lock
Washer Screw
- 27 -
P4094
bühler
Allied Front-End Loader
TSL GENERAL NOTE AND INSTRUCTIONS
1.
The true self leveling system (TSL) utilizes mechanical linkages to
maintain bucket level while raising and lowering. The pivot plate
weldment, leveling tubes and linkages have been developed to ensure
that the bucket remains at the same position throughout its range of
motion. This feature is standard with 2.50” and 3.00” diameter bucket
cylinders.
2.
The TSL system incorporates a relief and anticavitation manifold to
provide extra dump at ground and rollback at full lift height. This feature is
available on 3.00” bucket cylinders only. If the loader is raised with the
bucket fully dumped, oil from the bucket piston side will be bypassed at
high pressure to the bucket shaft side and the lift shaft side as the quick
attach contacts the dump stop. If the loader is lowered with the bucket
fully rolled back, oil from the bucket shaft side will be bypassed at high
pressure to the bucket piston side and the lift piston side will provide
makeup as the quick attach contact the rollback stop. Note that these two
conditions are likely to occur intermittently and although the pump will be
forced to supply oil at a higher pressure, no damage to the loader
components will occur. It is, however, recommended to avoid the above
situations and keep the bucket somewhat level while raising or lowering
the loader for smoother operation.
3.
The extra bucket stroke length allows for the bucket to be dumped to
approximately 90 degrees at ground. This allows for bucket assist when
traction is minimal. If the loader is raised from this position, the bucket will
retract as the quick attach contacts the dump stop and the circuit goes
through relief as described in note 2.
4.
Extra bucket retraction allows for the bucket to be rolled back as the
loader raises. The TSL feature maintains the bucket level, but as required
the bucket can be manually rolled back approximately 20 degrees to allow
for increased bucket capacity. If the loader is lowered from this position,
the bucket will extend as the quick attach contacts the rollback stop and
the circuit goes through relief as described in note 2.
5.
The relief valve is factory set at 3250 PSI cracking pressure and is
capable of bypassing 10-15 GPM. If loader lock-up should occur due to a
low tractor relief setting, higher inlet flows or return line restrictions, the
relief valve may be backed off slightly until the lock-up condition is
overcome (counterclockwise turn of set-screw). Contact the factory for
further instructions.
- 28 -
P4094
bühler
Allied Front-End Loader
TROUBLE SHOOTING
Problem
Loader slow and/or will not
dump.
Possible Cause
Quick couplers leaking
Hydraulic oil too heavy.
Oil filter plugged.
Hydraulic pump worn.
Oil line restricted or leaking.
Control valve does not shift
properly.
Air in hydraulic system.
Cylinder leaks internally.
Faulty valve.
Remedy
Check connections and
compatibility or replace.
Change or replace filter.
Clean or replace filter.
Repair or replace pump.
Check all hoses and tubes for
leaks, damage or restrictions.
Replace damaged or restricted
hoses or tube lines.
Inspect, clean, repair or
replace valve.
Cycle lift cylinders and bucket
cylinders several times to free
system of air.
Replace seals.
Repair or replace valve.
Loader chatters or vibrates
when raising and lowering.
Air leak in pump inlet line.
Air in hydraulic system.
Oil level too low.
Check, tighten or replace inlet
line. Cycle lift cylinders and
bucket cylinders. Add oil as
required.
Excessive movement at
pivots.
Worn bushings and/or pins.
Replace bushings and/or pins.
Pump noisy.
Inlet line restricted or
leaking.
Check for air leaks, restrictions
or collapsed hose. Tighten or
replace hose. Clean filter if
necessary.
Add oil as required.
Repair or replace pump.
Oil level too low.
Pump worn or damaged.
Oil leaks.
Damaged fitting or hoses.
Loose connections.
Worn or damaged O-ring
wiper seal in cylinder rod
end.
Worn or damaged O-rings in
valve.
- 29 -
Replace damaged parts.
Tighten fittings.
Install a seal repair kit.
Install an O-ring repair kit.
P4094
bühler
Allied Front-End Loader
Trouble Shooting Continued
Problem
Insufficient lift capacity.
Possible Cause
Remedy
Improper hydraulic pump
operation.
Load is greater than boom
lift capacity.
Internal boom cylinder
leakage.
Improper hydraulic valve
operation.
Repair or replace pump.
Slow leak down.
Worn control valve.
Worn cylinder piston seals.
Have authorized dealer
replace seals.
Excessive wear on bottom oil
bucket and wear pads.
Float position not used while
operating loader.
Use float position provided on
valve.
Hydraulic cylinders
inoperative.
Hose from control valve
improperly connected.
Refer to plumbing diagrams.
Pump operating continually on
closed center tractor
hydraulics system.
Tractor control valve relief
stuck open.
Incorrect Auxiliary Valve.
Hydraulic control valve set to
low.
See your service manual for
proper adjustment.
Check with loader dealer for
proper valve application.
Adjust valve in accordance
with manual.
Loader lift and bucket tilt
controls do not work according
to decal.
Hoses improperly
connected.
Refer to plumbing diagrams
and correct hose connections.
Valve noisy and/or hot.
Open center control valve on
closed center tractor.
Replace relief valve with
closed center plug and plug
the power beyond adapter on
valve.
Tractor loads/pump squeals.
Closed center control valve
on open center tractor.
Install open center plug on
optional valve. Replace
closed center plug with relief
and install short plug in place
of the power beyond adapter.
Stiff control valve.
Dirt or moisture build up on
spool ends.
Incorrect torque (applies to
sectional valves only).
Clean spool ends and if
applicable cable ends at valve.
Loosen and re-torque bolts to
specs.
- 30 -
Check loader specifications.
Replace any worn parts and
install a seal repair kit.
Repair or replace valve.
P4094
bühler
Allied Front-End Loader
PARTS APPENDIX
Description
Page
2595 – 2595 S – 2596 – 2596 S
Main Frame Assembly ............................................................................... 32
Hydraulic Plumbing .................................................................................... 34
2595 TSL – 2595 S TSL – 2596 TSL – 2596 S TSL
Main Frame Assembly ............................................................................... 36
Hydraulic Plumbing .................................................................................... 38
2595 – 2596 Regular and True Self Leveling
Notes .........................................................................................................
Cylinders ....................................................................................................
Manifold .....................................................................................................
Cartridge ....................................................................................................
Hydraulic Fitting Torques ...........................................................................
Prevailing Torque Locknuts .......................................................................
- 31 -
40
41
42
43
44
44
P4094
bühler
Allied Front-End Loader
2595 – 2595 S – 2596 – 2596 S
Main Frame Assembly
- 32 -
P4094
bühler
Allied Front-End Loader
2595 – 2595 S – 2596 – 2596 S
Main Frame Assembly
Item
1
1
1
1
2
2
3
4
5
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
Part No.
25050
25051
25054
25055
25083
25067
Ref.
Ref.
114821
114823
25045
25044
114835
114804
812717
115882
115192
114810
114475
114303
115902
115900
115898
113578
115021
12779
110907
81669
81967
81344
81570
24242
81592
81637
813228
115909
81615
81597
115298
115813
Description
2595 Main Frame Weldment
2595 S Main Frame Weldment
2596 Main Frame Weldment
2596 S Main Frame Weldment
2595 Quick Attach Weldment
2596 Quick Attach Weldment
Lift Cylinder (see cylinder assembly)
Bucket Cylinder (see cylinder assembly)
Pin Weldment 7.75 LG. (Quick Attach)
Pin Weldment 10.75 LG. (Quick Attach)
Upright Weldment Right
Upright Weldment Left
Pin Weldment (Upright)
Lift Lock
Grommet
Link Weldment 14.63"
Link Weldment 10.25"
Link Spacer 2.375 OD x 2.0 LG.
Stand Tube
Stand Foot
Pin 1.25 x 5.75
Pin 1.25 x 5.25
Pin 1.25 x 4.25
Bushing 1.25 ID x 1.63 OD x 1.375 LG
Bushing 1.25 ID x 1.63 OD x 0.5 LG.
Hair Pin Clip
Stand Pin
Hex Bolt 0.625 DIA x 3.5 LG.
Nut Lock 0.625 DIA
Nut Lock (Nylon) 0.375 NC
Flat Washer 0.375 DIA
Cross Tube Cover
Nut Hex 0.375 NC GR2 PL
Lock Washer 0.50 DIA
Wing Nut 0.50 DIA
Pin Cap
Washer Lock 0.438 DIA
Hex Bolt 0.438 DIA x 1.00 GR5 PL
Leveling Rod
Leveling Rod Guide
- 33 -
2595 2595 S 2596 2596 S
1
1
2
2
2
1
1
2
2
2
4
4
2
2
2
8
4
4
12
8
6
2
2
2
4
4
1
4
2
2
15
16
16
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
1
1
2
2
2
4
4
2
2
2
8
4
4
12
8
6
2
2
2
4
4
1
4
2
2
15
16
16
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
1
1
2
2
2
4
4
2
2
2
8
4
4
12
8
6
2
2
2
4
4
1
4
2
2
15
16
16
1
1
P4094
1
1
2
2
2
1
1
2
2
2
4
4
2
2
2
8
4
4
12
8
6
2
2
2
4
4
1
4
2
2
15
16
16
1
1
bühler
Allied Front-End Loader
2595 – 2595 S – 2596 – 2596 S
Hydraulic Plumbing Assembly
- 34 -
P4094
bühler
Allied Front-End Loader
2595 – 2595 S – 2596 – 2596 S
Hydraulic Plumbing Assembly
Item Part No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
9
10
10
11
11
12
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
Ref.
Ref.
811434
812696
811754
112837
113031
115910
115915
115913
115916
115914
114921
114485
114922
114486
11362
811414
812128
812069
81344
81592
Description
Bucket Cylinder (See cylinder assembly for breakdown)
Lift Cylinder (See cylinder assembly for breakdown)
Hose 3/8 x 30 3/4 - 16 MORB x 3/4 - 16 SWFJIC
Hose 3/8 x 18 3/4 - 16 SWFJIC x 3/4 - 16 SWFJIC
Hose 3/8 x 18 3/4 - 16 MORB x 3/4 - 16 SWFJIC
Tubing Bucket Cyl. Cross Tube
Tubing Lift Cyl. Common (23.0)
Tubing Lift Cyl. Common (15.0)
Tubing Bucket Cyl. Top/Dump
Tubing Bucket Cyl. Top/Dump
Tubing Bucket Cyl. Bottom/Rollback
Tubing Bucket Cyl. Bottom/Rollback
Tubing Lift Cyl. Top/Drop
Tubing Lift Cyl. Top/Drop
Tubing Lift Cyl. Bottom/Raise
Tubing Lift Cyl. Bottom/Raise
Clip Pipe Std.
Elbow 90 3/4 MORB x ¾ MJIC
Elbow 90 3/4 MJIC x 3/4 MJIC
Tee 3/4 MJIC
Nut Lock (Nylon) 0.375 NC
Nut Hex 0.375 NC GR2 PL
- 35 -
2595 2595 S 2596 2596 S
2
2
2
2
4
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
9
2
4
4
9
4
2
2
2
2
4
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
9
2
4
4
9
4
2
2
2
2
4
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
9
2
4
4
9
4
P4094
2
2
2
2
4
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
9
2
4
4
9
4
bühler
Allied Front-End Loader
2595 TSL – 2595 S TSL – 2596 TSL – 2596 S TSL
Main Frame Assembly
- 36 -
P4094
bühler
Allied Front-End Loader
2595 TSL – 2595 S TSL – 2596 TSL – 2596 S TSL
Main Frame Assembly
Item Part No.
1
1
1
1
2
2
3
4
5
5
6
7
8
9
10
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
25052
25053
25056
25057
25083
25067
Ref.
Ref.
114821
114823
25073
25072
114835
115884
114805
114863
114804
812717
115882
115192
114810
114475
114303
115902
115900
115898
113578
115021
12779
110907
81669
81967
81344
81570
24242
81592
81637
813228
115909
81615
81597
115298
81966
114969
115012
Description
2595 TSL 2595 S TSL 2596 TSL 2596 S TSL
2595 TSL Main Frame Weldment
2595 S TSL Main Frame Weldment
2596 TSL Main Frame Weldment
2596 S TSL Main Frame Weldment
2595 Quick Attach Weldment
2596 Quick Attach Weldment
Lift Cylinder (see cylinder assembly)
Bucket Cylinder (see cylinder assembly)
Pin Weldment 7.75 LG. (Quick Attach)
Pin Weldment 10.75 LG. (Quick Attach)
Upright Weldment Right (TSL)
Upright Weldment Left (TSL)
Pin Weldment (Upright)
Pivot Plate
Leveling Tube Weldment
Leveling Tube Weldment (Short)
Lift Lock
Grommet
Link Weldment 14.63"
Link Weldment 10.25"
Link Spacer 2.375 OD x 2.0 LG.
Stand Tube
Stand Foot
Pin 1.25 x 5.75
Pin 1.25 x 5.25
Pin 1.25 x 4.25
Bushing 1.25 ID x 1.63 OD x 1.375 LG
Bushing 1.25 ID x 1.63 OD x 0.5 LG.
Hair Pin Clip
Stand Pin
Hex Bolt 0.625 DIA x 3.5 LG.
Nut Lock 0.625 DIA
Nut Lock (Nylon) 0.375 NC
Flat Washer 0.375 DIA
Cross Tube Cover
Nut Hex 0.375 NC GR2 PL
Lock Washer 0.50 DIA
Wing Nut 0.50 DIA
Pin Cap
Washer Lock 0.438 DIA
Hex Bolt 0.438 DIA x 1.00 GR5 PL
Leveling Rod Weldment
Nut Lock (Nylon) 0.50 NC
Guide Bracket
U-Bolt
- 37 -
1
1
2
2
2
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
4
4
2
2
2
16
4
2
24
8
6
2
2
2
4
4
1
4
2
2
22
22
22
1
2
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
4
4
2
2
2
16
4
2
24
8
6
2
2
2
4
4
1
4
2
2
22
22
22
1
2
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
4
4
2
2
2
16
4
2
24
8
6
2
2
2
4
4
1
4
2
2
22
22
22
1
2
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
4
4
2
2
2
16
4
2
24
8
6
2
2
2
4
4
1
4
2
2
22
22
22
1
2
1
1
P4094
bühler
Allied Front-End Loader
2595 TSL – 2595 S TSL – 2596 TSL – 2596 S TSL
Hydraulic Plumbing Assembly
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P4094
bühler
Allied Front-End Loader
2595 TSL – 2595 S TSL – 2596 TSL – 2596 S TSL
Hydraulic Plumbing Assembly
Item Part No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
10
11
11
12
12
13
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
Ref.
Ref.
114605
811467
811754
812696
112837
113031
115910
115915
115913
115916
115914
114921
114485
114922
114486
11362
811414
812128
812069
81344
81592
811706
115257
115259
115258
Description
Bucket Cylinder (See cylinder assembly for breakdown)
Lift Cylinder (See cylinder assembly for breakdown)
Hose 3/8 x 24 3/4 - 16 MORB x 3/4 - 16 SWFJIC
Hose 3/8 x 36 3/4 - 16 MORB x 3/4 - 16 SWFJIC
Hose 3/8 x 18 3/4 - 16 MORB x 3/4 - 16 SWFJIC
Hose 3/8 x 18 3/4 - 16 SWFJIC x 3/4 - 16 SWFJIC
Tubing Bucket Cyl. Cross Tube
Tubing Lift Cyl. Common (23.0)
Tubing Lift Cyl. Common (15.0)
Tubing Bucket Cyl. Top/Dump
Tubing Bucket Cyl. Top/Dump
Tubing Bucket Cyl. Bottom/Rollback
Tubing Bucket Cyl. Bottom/Rollback
Tubing Lift Cyl. Top/Drop
Tubing Lift Cyl. Top/Drop
Tubing Lift Cyl. Bottom/Raise
Tubing Lift Cyl. Bottom/Raise
Clip Pipe Std.
Elbow 90 3/4 MORB x 3/4 MJIC
Elbow 90 3/4 MJIC x 3/4 MJIC
Tee 3/4 MJIC
Nut Lock (Nylon) 0.375 NC
Nut Hex 0.375 NC GR2 PL
Hose 3/8 x 48 3/4 SWFJIC x 3/4 SWFJIC
Hose 3/8 x 38 3/4 SWFJIC x 3/4 SWFJIC
Hose 3/8 x 9 3/4 SWFJIC x 3/4 SWFJIC
Hose 3/8 x 6.5 3/4 SWFJIC x 3/4 SWFJIC
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2595 2595 S 2596 2596 S
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
9
2
4
4
9
4
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
9
2
4
4
9
4
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
9
2
4
4
9
4
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
9
2
4
4
9
4
1
1
1
P4094
bühler
Allied Front-End Loader
24
25
24750
812080
Item Part No.
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
812786
812829
812052
81922
812075
115196
115260
Hydraulic Manifold
Adaptor Str 3/4 MORB x 3/4 SWFJIC
Description
Tee 3/4 MJIC x 3/4 SWFJIC
Elbow 90 3/4 MJIC x 3/4 SWFJIC
Bolt Hex 0.250NC x 3.00 GR5 PL
Nut Lock (Nylon) 0.250NC GRBPL
Ty-Rap
Hose 3/8 x 56 3/4 Swfjic x 3/4 Swfjic
Hose 3/8 x 15 3/4 Swfjic x 3/4 Swfjic
1
4
1
4
1
4
2595 2595 S 2596 2596 S
4
5
2
2
3
4
5
2
2
3
4
5
2
2
3
1
1
Notes:
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1
4
P4094
4
5
2
2
3
1
1
bühler
Allied Front-End Loader
2595 & 2596 Cylinder Assembly
Diameter
Length of Stroke
Retracted Length
Extended Length
Cylinder Assembly No.
Seal Kit No.
Shaft Diameter
Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Bucket Cylinders
TSL
Regular
2.50"
3.00"
3.00”
21.50"
21.50"
16.75"
31.00"
31.00"
46.25"
52.50"
52.50"
63.00"
24921
24913
24808
X1110
X1424
X1424
1.50"
1.75"
1.75”
Lift Cylinders Regular
& TSL
2.50"
25.75"
38.00"
63.75"
24836
X1110
1.50"
3.00"
25.75"
38.00"
63.75"
24838
X1424
1.75"
Description
Part
Number
Part
Number
Part
Number
Part
Number
Part
Number
Head Plate
Shaft Weldment
Cylinder Tube Weld't
Piston Half (wide)
Piston Half (narrow)
Self-Locking Nut
Shaft Bushing
24540
115207
24922
113217
113216
813407
114917
24606
114712
24914
112862
112863
813407
114917
24606
114814
24807
112862
112863
813407
114917
24540
113218
24835
113217
113216
813407
113766
24606
113123
24837
112862
112863
813407
113766
NOTES:
1. Bucket cylinder shown
2. All cylinder seals are contained in corresponding seal kit.
3. Refer to page 44 for prevailing torque for locknuts.
CAUTION
Maximum pressure – 3000 psi
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P4094
bühler
Allied Front-End Loader
True Self Leveling Manifold (2595):
Notes:
1. Additional hardware supplied to suit 2795 installation.
2. Torque all fittings and hoses prior to operating loader. Ensure hoses do not rub or
pinch during loader operation. Ty-rap (item 13) supplied; use as required.
Parts list for X2265
Item
Part No.
1
115196
2
811706
3
115257
4
115260
5
115259
6
115258
7
24750
8
812080
9
812786
10
812829
11
812052
12
81922
13
812075
Description
3/8 x 56 Hose 3/4 Swfjic x Swfjic
3/8 x 48 Hose 3/4 Swfjic x Swfjic
3/8 x 38 Hose 3/4 Swfjic x Swfjic
3/8 x 15 Hose 3/4 Swfjic x Swfjic
3/8 x 9 Hose 3/4 Swfjic x Swfjic
3/8 x 6.5 Hose 3/4 Swfjic x Swfjic
Hydraulic Manifold
Adaptor Str 3/4 Morb x 3/4 Swfjic
Tee 3/4 Mjic x 3/4 Swfjic
Elbow 90 3/4 Mjic x 3/4 Swfjic
Bolt Hex 0.250nc x 3.00gr5 pl
Nut Lock (Nylon) 0.250nc grbpl
Ty-Rap
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Qty
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
4
5
2
2
3
P4094
bühler
Allied Front-End Loader
Cartridge:
Notes:
1. A2 & B2 service ports must be used for bucket cylinders only.
2. Remove plugs from a2 & b2 and replace with item 1(cartridge).
Parts List X2264
Item Part No.
Qty.
1 813353
Relief / Anticav Valve (KM85/86) 2
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P4094
bühler
Allied Front-End Loader
Hydraulic Fitting Torques:
Dash Size
Thread
Size
-04
-05
-06
-08
-10
-12
-14
-16
-20
-24
7/16-20
1/2-20
9/16-18
3/4-16
7/8-14
1-1/16-12
1-3/16-12
1-5/16-12
1-5/8-12
1-7/8-12
Jam Nut or Straight
ORB Fitting Torque
(ft-lbs)
(NM)
14-16
20-22
18-20
24-27
24-26
33-35
50-60
68-78
72-80
98-110
125-135 170-183
160-180 215-245
200-220 270-300
210-280 285-380
270-360 370-490
SAE 37° (JIC)
Swivel Nut Torque
(ft-lbs)
(NM)
10-11
13-15
13-15
18-20
17-19
23-26
34-38
47-52
50-56
69-76
70-78
96-106
80-90
110-122
94-104
127-141
124-138 169-188
156-173 212-235
Prevailing Torque Locknuts:
Nut Size
and
Threads
0.250-20
0.313-18
0.375-16
0.438-14
0.500-13
0.563-12
0.625-11
0.750-10
0.875-9
1.000-8
0.250-28
0.313-24
0.375-24
0.438-20
0.500-20
0.563-18
0.625-18
0.750-16
0.875-14
1.000-14
Grade B Nuts
Grade C Nuts
Nut Tightening Torque
Nut Tightening Torque
(ft-lbs)
(NM)
(ft-lbs)
(NM)
Coarse Thread
5-7
7-9
7-10
9-14
9-12.5
12-17
11-16
15-22
14.5-20
20-27
20-28
27-38
23-32
31-43
31-43
42-58
37-50
50-68
45-62.5
61-85
50-70
68-95
70-95
95-129
70-95
95-129
90-122.5
122-166
125-165
169-224
155-210
210-285
185-250
251-339
225-312.5
305-423
275-375
373-508
360-462.5
488-627
Fine Thread
5.5-7.5
7-10
7-10
9-14
10-13
14-18
12-17
16-23
16-22
22-30
21-29
28-39
24-34
33-46
31-43
42-58
37.5-52.5
51-71
50-70
68-95
57.5-77.5
78-105
70-95
95-129
72.5-97.5
98-132
90-125
122-169
120-165
163-224
155-210
210-285
200-270
271-366
225-312.5
305-423
300-400
407-542
362.5-500
491-678
Notes:
1) For Grade A locknut torque specifications refer to Grade B specifications.
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P4094
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W. Australia
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011-52-158-90306
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Wilcoxholm Farm
Linlithgow, W. Lothian
Scotland
011-441-506-842280
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Naestved, Denmark
011-45-557-29511
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1201 Regent Ave. W.
Winnipeg, MB.
R2C 3B2
Ph.: (204) 661-8711
Fax: (204) 654-2503
www.buhler.com
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