SP9300XH Manual English_0

SP9300XH Manual English_0
This Manual Must Be Read Before Operating The Equipment
Owner / Operator’s Manual
FOR MODEL
SP-9300XH
Customer Copy
Madison Heights, Michigan 48071
800-725-8377
www.snowexproducts.com
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Table of Contents
General Information....................................................................................................................................................................................... 3
Introduction .................................................................................................................................................................................................. 4
Safety ........................................................................................................................................................................................................... 5
Warning Decal Positions..............................................................................................................................................................................6-7
Spreader Operation....................................................................................................................................................................................8-10
Control and Harness Diagram ..................................................................................................................................................................... 11
Spreader Maintenance ................................................................................................................................................................................ 12
Wiring Instructions ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 13
Mounting Instructions............................................................................................................................................................................. 14-15
Troubleshooting ..................................................................................................................................................................................... 16-17
Warranty ..................................................................................................................................................................................................... 18
Spreader Views
Model # SP-9300XH..................................................................................................................................................................... 19
Frame Assembly Parts Breakdown
Model # SP-9300XH................................................................................................................................................................ 20-21
Auger Drive Assembly Parts Breakdown
Model # SP-9300XH................................................................................................................................................................ 22-23
Hopper Assembly Parts Breakdown
Model # SP-9300XH................................................................................................................................................................ 24-25
Auger Extension Assembly Parts Breakdown
Model # SP-9300XH................................................................................................................................................................ 26-27
Drive Assembly Parts Breakdown
Model # SP-9300XH................................................................................................................................................................ 28-29
Notes .............................................................................................................................................................................................. 30-31
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General Information
CONGRATULATIONS!
The product you have purchased is an example of snow and ice control technology at its finest! Your product’s self-contained design is a
trademark of all SnowEx products. Here’s why…
SIMPLICITY: Fewer moving parts manufactured of higher quality means minimal maintenance for your SnowEx spreader.
RELIABILITY: High-Impact linear low density polyethylene hopper. Custom engineered powder-coated frame. And a high torque hydraulic
motor.
VERSATILITY: Multi-use capabilities allows spreading of a variety of materials for snow and ice control.
WARRANTY: Best in the industry, hands down! 2 years standard and now 5 year extended (optional).
The benefits you are about to recognize are that of time, money and effort.
We welcome you to the world of SnowEx Performance.
Registration
Record the following information in this manual for quick reference.
Model Number Serial Number Handheld Control Pendant Serial Number
Control Board Serial Number Date of Purchase Dealer Where Purchased Please fill out the warranty card with all the necessary information to validate it.
This will also give us a record so that any safety or service information can be
communicated to you.
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Q2-100000
At the right is a diagram of the ID tag. This tag on the spreader is located on the
frame.
SP-9300X
When ordering parts, the above information is necessary. This will help to see that
you receive the correct parts.
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Introduction
This manual has been designed for your help. It will assist you and instruct you on the proper set-up, installation and use of this spreader.
Refer to the table of contents for an outline of this manual.
We require that you read and understand the contents of this manual completely (especially all safety information) before attempting any
procedure contained herein.
THIS SIGN SHOULD ALERT YOU:
The Society of Automotive Engineers has adopted this SAFETY ALERT SYMBOL to pinpoint characteristics
that, if NOT carefully followed, can create a safety hazard. When you see this symbol in this manual or on the
machine itself, BE ALERT! Your personal safety and the safety of others is involved.
Defined below are the SAFETY ALERT messages and how they will appear in this manual:
(RED)
Information that, if not carefully followed,
can cause death!
(ORANGE)
Information that, if not carefully followed,
can cause serious personal injury or death!
(YELLOW)
Information that, if not carefully followed,
can cause minor injury or damage to equipment
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Safety
Before attempting any procedure in this book, these safety instructions must be read and understood by all workers who have any part in the
preparation or use of this equipment.
For your safety warning and information decals have been placed on this product to remind the operator of safety precautions . If anything
happens to mark or destroy the decals, please request new ones from SnowEx.
Never exceed the Gross Vehicle Weight Rating of vehicle. Failure to do so may limit a vehicle’s handling
characteristics.
Never attempt to take a unit off a truck with material in it.
Always keep hands, feet, and clothing away from power driven parts.
Unit must be pinned and locked into position before operating vehicle.
Always shut off vehicle and power source before attempting to attach or detach or service unit Be sure
vehicle/power source is properly braked or chocked.
Remember, most accidents are preventable and caused by human error. Exercising of care and precautions
must be observed to prevent the possibility of injury to operator or others!
Never operate equipment when under the influence of alcohol, drugs, or medications that might alter your
judgment and/or reaction time.
Before working with the spreader, secure all loose fitting clothing and unrestrained hair.
Always wear safety glasses with side shields when servicing spreader. Failure to do this could result in
serious injury to the eyes.
Never allow children to operate or climb on equipment.
Always check areas to be spread to be sure no hazardous conditions or substances are in the area.
Always inspect unit for defects: broken, worn or bent parts, weakened areas on spreader.
Remember it is the owner’s responsibility to communicate information on safe usage and proper
maintenance of all equipment.
Always make sure personnel are clear of areas of danger when using equipment.
Never weld or grind on equipment without having a fire extinguisher available.
Inspect the unit periodically for defects. Parts that are broken, missing or worn out must be replaced
immediately. The unit or any part of it can not be altered without prior written permission from the
manufacturer.
Always inspect pins and latches whenever attaching or detaching spreader, and before operation of spreader.
Never exceed 45 m.p.h. when loaded spreader is attached to vehicle. Braking distances may be increased
and handling characteristics may be impaired at speeds above 45 m.p.h.
Never use wet materials or materials with foreign debris with any of these spreaders. These units are
designed to handle dry, clean, free flowing material.
Never leave material in hopper for long periods of time. Be aware that all ice melters are hygroscopic and will
attract atmospheric moisture and harden up.
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Warning Decal Positions
Model # SP-9300XH
4in x 2.25in
D6192_Warning.ai
ROTATING AUGER CAN CAUSE
SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH
• Keep arms, hands, and loose clothing
away from auger.
• Shut off control and unplug spreader
before servicing.
D6335
7.25in w x 3.00in h
D6335_Warning.ai
DANGER
• DO NOT REMOVE SPREADER WITH MATERIAL IN HOPPER
• FASTEN SPREADER DOWN WITH APPROVED RATCHET STRAPS
AND BOLT KIT
• REAR FRAME LOCATOR BARS MUST BE IN PLACE BEFORE
OPERATING VEHICLE
D6547
7.25in w x 3.00in h
D6547_Warning.ai
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• Read Owner’s Manual for Installation Instructions.
• Secure spreader to truck with ratchet straps.
• Anchor spreader securely to truck body with bolt kit provided to prevent
slipping or sliding.
• Routinely check straps and handware to make sure they are secure.
D6548
7.25in w x 3.00in h
D6548_Warning.ai
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Warning Decal Positions
Model # SP-9300XH
4in x 2.25in
ROTATING PARTS CAN CAUSE
SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH
• ALWAYS DISCONNECT POWER
WHEN NOT IN USE
D6194_Warning.ai
ROTATING AUGER CAN CAUSE
SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH
• Keep arms, hands, and loose clothing
away from auger.
• Shut off control and unplug spreader
before servicing.
D6335
ROTATING PARTS CAN CAUSE
SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH
• ALWAYS DISCONNECT POWER
WHEN NOT IN USE
7.25in w x 3.00in h
D6335_Warning.ai
4.25in w x 3.25in h
X00000_Spinner_Warning.ai
DANGER
• DO NOT REMOVE SPREADER WITH MATERIAL IN HOPPER
• DO NOT EXCEED GVWR OF VEHICLE
• DO NOT OVERLOAD SPREADER
• LOAD SPREADER EVENLY
• FASTEN SPREADER DOWN WITH APPROVED RATCHET STRAPS
AND BOLT KIT
D6546
7.25in w x 3.00in h
D6546_Warning.ai
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• REAR FRAME LOCATOR BARS MUST BE IN PLACE BEFORE
OPERATING VEHICLE
D6547
7.25in w x 3.00in h
D6547_Warning.ai
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Spreader Operation
Model # SP-9300XH
SPREADER LOADING
WARNING: Do not overload vehicle.
Use chart below to calculate weight of material. Weights of material are an average for dry materials.
Material
Rock Salt
Sand/Salt Mix
Weight Per Cubic Ft.
80-90 lbs.
95-120 lbs.
WARNING: Never leave material in hopper for long periods of time as salt is hygroscopic and will attract atmospheric moisture and harden up.
When spreading sand mix, a 1:1 ratio for Sand/Salt mix is recommended to prevent the material from freezing.
SPREADING TIPS
For a heavier pass:
Decrease vehicle speed
Increase Auger speed
For a lighter pass:
Increase vehicle speed
Decrease Auger speed
For a wider pass:
Increase spinner speed
Spread ice melters with the storm to prevent unmanageable levels of ice.
Never exceed 10 miles per hour when spreading.
Calculate spread pattern when near vegetation and other vehicles.
Never operate spreader near pedestrians.
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Spreader Operation
Model # SP-9300XH
INVERTED-V INSTRUCTIONS
• T he Super-Maxx 9300XH uses an “Inverted V” Baffle design over
the auger area. This baffle reduces the load on the auger.The
inverted V should not be removed unless servicing the unit.
Inverted V
• W
ARNING: Always disconnect power source before attempting to
remove material baffle.
AUGER DISCHARGE TUBE INSTRUCTIONS
• T he Super-Maxx Spreaders use an auger discharge tube to reduce
material leakage. It must not be removed unless servicing the unit.
• W
ARNING: Always disconnect power source before attempting to
remove auger discharge tube.
AUGER
DISCHARGE TUBE
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Spreader Operation
Model # SP-9300XH
ADJUSTABLE SPINNER INSTRUCTIONS
Your spreader is equipped with an adjustable spinner to assist you in more precise material application. The Spinner plate gives the operator
control of whether the material spreads to the right, left or is centered. All of the fins should be in the same position; this will keep the spread
pattern consistent and have even ground coverage. Before operating the spreader, spread some material in a clear area where you can easily
observe the spread pattern and how it changes. Adjust according to the instructions below to get the pattern you desire.
When the fins are in their center adjustment position, the spread pattern will be mostly centered. However, collisions and other damage to
the equipment may change this. Check the fin position and resulting
spread pattern often enough to prevent the equipment performance
from being adversely affected.
When looking down at the spinner, moving the fins clockwise will
adjust the spread pattern toward the left side of the spreader.
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When looking down at the spinner, moving the fins counter-clockwise
will adjust the spread pattern toward the right side of the spreader.
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Control and Harness Diagram
Model # SP-9300XH
O
F
F
ANDERSON 4 POLE CONNECTOR
CONNECT TO BACK OF CONTROL
AUXILLARY
VIBRATE
O
N
O
F
F
O
N
See CHMSL Page
MAXXH-36
CONNECT TO VIBRATOR
ANDERSON 2 POLE CONNECTOR
CONNECT TO BACK OF CONTROL
Key
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Par t No.
D 5774
D 5772
D 5771
D 5780
D 6343
D 6786
Description
Control
Control Power Harness
Vehicle Harness
Spreader Harness
Vehicle Harness Dust Cap
Work Light
Qty.
1
1
1
1
1
1
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Spreader Maintenance
Model # SP-9300XH
GENERAL MAINTENANCE
Use dielectric grease on all electrical connections to prevent corrosion at the beginning and end of the season and each time power plugs are
disconnected.
Wash unit after each use to prevent material build-up and corrosion.
Paint or oil all bare metal surfaces at the end of the season.
Apply small amount of light oil to latches as needed.
After first use, tighten all nuts and bolts on spreader and mount.
Grease bearings after every 20 hour’s use.
Store control in cool dry place during the off season.
When servicing is necessary, perform it in a protected area Do not use power tools in rain or snow because of
danger of electrical shock or injury. Keep area well lighted. Use proper tools. Keep the area of service clean to
help avoid accidents.
Never remove spreader with material in hopper.
Disconnect electricity to spreader before servicing.
Vibrator is not designed for continuous duty. Allow motor to cool between long cycle times.
Do not modify vehicle or spreader wiring harness. Doing so will void product warranty.
When replacing parts use only original manufacturer’s parts. Failure to do so will void warranty.
The controller is a solid state electronic unit and is not serviceable. Any attempt to service will void warranty.
There are no serviceable parts in the motor/transmission assembly. Any attempt to service will void warranty.
Spinner motor is not designed for continuous duty. Allow motor to cool between long cycle times.
When pressure washing motor enclosure area, stay at least 36’’ away from motor enclosures.
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Wiring Instructions
Model # SP-9300XH
STEP 1
Take harness assembly and route from the rear of the vehicle to the front. Route harness along frame and attach to frame hole and frame
supports. It is not recommended to attach to fuel or brake lines for obvious reasons. Do not route close to exhaust system or engine, even
though Snowex uses high temperature wiring. It still could melt under extreme heat and short the spreader electrical system, as well as
the vehicle electrical system.
STEP 2
Mount rear plug on bumper using supplied bolts, locate towards the center of the bumper to reduce the amount of debris the tires will
throw to the rear. Important: Apply a small amount of dielectric grease to the plug. Also try to mount so plug faces upward to help keep
plugs tightly sealed.
STEP 3
Secure harness from the rear to the front using heavy duty ty-wraps or frame clips along the frame and lighter duty ty-wraps everywhere
else.
STEP 4
Layout harness portion that connects to the battery along the fire wall and fender well. Do not connect power leads to battery yet. Drill a
3/4” hole in the fire wall, or use existing access hole, for the control portion of the harness and route connector and harness through hole.
Be sure to check the area on the other side of the fire wall to make sure you are not drilling into the vehicle harness or a control module.
Generally you can drill on either side of the steering wheel for a good location.
STEP 4A
The power harness from control box to battery will need to be routed from the inside of the cab to the battery – this results from the large
high amperage connector. Route leads with lugs to battery — do not connect power at this time.
STEP 5
Connect harness to the back of the controller and mount to a suitable location. NOTE: You may want to contact customer before mounting
controller as some prefer not to have holes drilled into the dashboard. Ty-wrap loose controller harness and move to the engine
compartment. Do not mount close to any heater vents.
STEP 6
Connect power leads to the battery: Red + Positive, Black – Negative, always connect to the primary battery if using a dual battery system.
Secure loose loom to any other large or medium vehicle harness with medium duty ty-wraps, this will secure wiring harness.
STEP 7
Push the ON/OFF button on the controller to check for power ; when that has been conrmed turn power OFF. The electrical portion of the
installation is complete.
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Mounting System Diagrams
Model # SP-9300XH
Ratchet Strap Hardware
5
3
7
2
1
3
6
2
5
}
4
Used to mount F50465
to Auger Extension
Weldment. (See p. 32)
Key
Part No. Description
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
D4116
D4119
D4120
F50465
D4115
D5535
F50600
14
Bolt | 1/2”-13 X 1-1/2”
Washer | 1/2” Flat
Nut | 1/2”-13 Nylox
Rear Stop Bracket
Bolt | 1/2”-13 X 1” Nut | 1/2”-13 Serrated Flange
X-Series Ratchet Straps (4PK)
Qty
10
10
14
1
6
2
1
Rear stop bar, ratchet straps and mount kit must always
be in place. All mounting systems work together; none of
them should be used exclusive of the other methods. Do not
remove unless servicing spreader or removing the spreader
from vehicle. Check straps and hardware before each use,
making sure spreader is completely stable.
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Mounting Instructions
Model # SP-9300XH
STEP 1
If using pickup/dump body, remove tailgate. If using platform body, remove rear stake sides.
STEP 2
Load spreader onto truck bed.
STEP 3
Install Rear Stop Bracket (F50465) onto Auger Extension Weldment (see diagram p. 20) using provided hardware [D4119 x2; D4115 x2; D5535 x2]
STEP 4
Slide spreader forward until Stop Bracket touches the rear of the truck body.
STEP 5
Slide spreader left or right keeping the spreader in the same front-to-back alignment until centered side-to-side. Use a tape measure for greatest
accuracy. The spreader must be centered for the safety of the vehicle, its driver and those nearby.
STEP 6
You will notice there are four holes in the bottom rail of each sideframe. These holes are on the bottom of the rail and will be used to mount the
spreader to the truck body. There are also two holes in the rear stop bracket. Mark all these hole locations using a paint pen or similar device.
STEP 7
Look underneath the truck body, checking that there are no vehicle components that will be in the path of the drill. If there are interferences, the
holes can be relocated in the frame. Make sure there are 2 holes in each sideframe forward and rearward the front-back centerline.
STEP 8
Drill the holes in the marked positions using a 9/16 inch drill bit. (You may need to slide the spreader four to eight inches to either side in order to
drill the holes without climbing underneath the truck.) Wear eye protection when drilling.
STEP 9
Slide the spreader back into position over top of the holes just drilled. Install Bolt through spreader frame and truck body with Washer and Nut
below. Tighten all fasteners.
STEP 10
Attach Ratchet Straps (F50600) using provided hardware as in diagram inset on page 20. Tighten the fasteners. Hook Ratchet Strap’s other end to
truck body. Tighten the Straps.
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Troubleshooting
Model # SP-9300XH
Preliminary Checks
•Be sure all electrical connections are tight and clean.
•Be sure nothing is jammed in the hopper.
• Be sure that all hydraulic connections are properly connected.
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CA US E
SOLUTION
Motor doesn’t run.
Loose hose connection.
Check all connections.
Fill resevoir or replace pump
Material not o wing
from hopper.
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Empty hopper.
Fill hopper.
W et m aterial.
Replace with d ry m aterial.
Frozen or coarse m aterial.
Replace m aterial.
Spinner not turning.
Check drive assembly.
Auger coupling disengaged
Realign and tighten all set screws.
Vibrator not working.
Check electrical connections.
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Troubleshooting Material Flow
Model # SP-9300XH
MATERIAL DOES NOT
FLOW
MATERIAL OBSTRUCTION
REMOVE OBSTRUCTION
AUGER RUNS BACKWARD
ALTERNATE HOSE
POLARITY
MATERIAL ISSUE
TURN ON VIBRATOR
SLOW MATERIAL FLOW
TURN ON VIBRATOR
INCREASE AUGER SPEED
MATERIAL ISSUE
SnowEx Diagnostic Test Kit (STK-090) Is Available To Accurately Diagnose Any Issues With SnowEx Spreaders.
Call Your Dealer For Details.
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Warranty
Warranty
Limited Warranty
Snowex products are warranted for a period of two years from the date of purchase against
defects in material or workmanship under normal use and service, subject to limitations detailed
below. Warranty period of two years begins on the date of purchase by the original retail user.
The WARRANTY REGISTRATION CARD must be returned to the manufacturer for this warranty
to become effective. This warranty applies to the original retail purchaser only. This warranty does
not cover damages caused by improper installation, misuse, lack of proper maintenance, alterations
or repairs made by anyone other than authorized Snowex dealers or Snowex personnel. Due to the
corrosive properties of the materials dispensed by spreaders, Trynex does not warrant against
damage caused by corrosion. Warranty claims by the user must be made to the dealer from where
the product was purchased, unless otherwise authorized by Snowex. Snowex reserves the right to
determine if any part is defective and to repair or replace such parts as it elects. This warranty does
not cover shipping costs of defective parts to or from the dealer.
LIMITATION OF LIABILITY
Neither Snowex, nor any company affiliated with it, makes any warranties, representations for
promise as to the performance or quality other than what is herein contained. The liability of Snowex
to the purchaser for damages arising out of the manufacture, sale, delivery, use or resale of this
spreader shall be limited to and shall not exceed the costs of repair or replacement of defective
parts. Snowex shall not be liable for loss of use, inconvenience or any other incidental, indirect or
consequential damages, so the above limitations on incidental or consequential damages may not
apply to you.
NO DEALER HAS AUTHORITY TO MAKE ANY REPRESENTATION OR PROMISE ON BEHALF OF
SNOWEX, OR TO ALTER OR MODIFY THE TERMS OR LIMITATIONS OF THIS
WARRANTY IN ANY WAY.
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Spreader Views
Model # SP-9300XH
Driver’s Side
Passenger’s Side
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Frame Assembly Parts Breakdown
Model # SP-9300XH
1
3
1
5
4
1
1
2
1
20
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Frame Assembly Parts Breakdown
Model # SP-9300XH
ID #
1
2
3
4
5
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Part #
D6528
D6765
D6766
D6797
D6884
Qty
16
2
1
2
1
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Auger Drive Assembly Parts Breakdown
Model # SP-9300XH
4
11
5
11
9
14
10
16
20
6
19
2
1
17
18
12
3
8
13
7
15
22
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Auger Drive Assembly Parts Breakdown
Model # SP-9300XH
ID #
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
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Part #
D5382
D5535
D5759
D5760
D5761
D5767
D5768
D5769
D5779
D5779-1
D6452
Qty
1
2
1
1
1
2
2
2
1
ID #
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
Part #
D6873
D6874
D7162
F50374
F50444
F50509
F50510
F50513
F50514
Qty
1
2
2
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
8
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Hopper Assembly Parts Breakdown
Model # SP-9300XH
17
15
13
9
12
18
6
7
19
14
11
21
8
10
16
20
Hopper Cover...Part No. D6883
24
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Hopper Assembly Parts Breakdown
Model # SP-9300XH
ID #
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
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Part #
D6528
D6765
D6766
D6797
D6884
D4121
D4125
D5508
D6509
D6584
D6764
Qty
16
2
1
2
1
8
8
5
5
32
ID #
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
Part #
D6795
D6796
D6815
D6853
D6860
D6866
D6874
D6898
D6899
F50459
Qty
1
1
3
2
1
2
5
1
1
1
1
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Auger Extension Assembly Parts Breakdown
Model # SP-9300XH
12
17
8
11
6
7
9
16
8
5
4
13
3
8
15
5
8
2
1
14
10
26
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Auger Extension Assembly Parts Breakdown
Model # SP-9300XH
ID #
1
2
4
3
5
6
7
8
9
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Part #
D4115
D4119
D4135
D5382
D5535
D6132
D6452
D6528
F50365
Qty
2
2
1
1
10
4
4
10
ID #
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
Part #
F50366
F50367
F50368
F50393
F50407
F50465
F50518
F50587
Qty
1
1
1
1
4
1
1
8
1
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Drive Assembly Parts Breakdown
Model # SP-9300XH
11
10
17
19
12
31
2
30
1
26
22
27
19
23
9
28
18
5
37
34
24
20
8
16
7
13
32
35
25
29
6
21
3
15
36
33
14
4
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Drive Assembly Parts Breakdown
Model # SP-9300XH
ID #
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
Part #
D4124
D4135
D5022
D5023
D5248
D5336
D5527
D5535
D5602
D5755
D5767
D5784
D5907
D5949
D6132
D6133
D6160
D6169
D6452
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Qty
2
1
4
4
2
4
1
2
2
1
2
1
1
4
3
1
2
2
8
ID #
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
Part #
D6453
D6978
F50018
F50110
F50316
F50318
F50366
F50371
F50376
F50394
F50405
F50407
F50441
F50517
F50711
T15016
T30207
T30728
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4
4
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
1
1
4
4
4
2
29
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