BerVac B94 2025665
OPERATOR'S
AND
PARTS MANUAL
SNOWBLOWER
also for SER#
BLIZZARD B94 MODELSET03661
SERIAL NO. 2025665 AND UP
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04/04
by RAD Technologies Inc.
TABLE OF CONTENT
INTRODUCTION – TO THE PURCHASER................................................................................................3
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS ...........................................................................................................................4
Before Operation................................................................................................................................4
Notice.................................................................................................................................................5
The Snowblower ................................................................................................................................5
Before Operation.................................................................................................................5
Snowblower Operation........................................................................................................6
The Tractor ........................................................................................................................................7
General Information ............................................................................................................7
Operating the Tractor ..........................................................................................................7
During Operation.................................................................................................................7
Maintenance ......................................................................................................................................8
Transporting.......................................................................................................................................8
Storage ..........................................................................................................................................8
DECALS .....................................................................................................................................................9
ASSEMBLY ..............................................................................................................................................10
Snowblower Assembly ....................................................................................................................10
Chute Installation ...........................................................................................................10
Snowblower Installation ..................................................................................................11
How to Determine Driveline Angles.................................................................................11
Angles at Each End of Driveline......................................................................................12
Determining Driveline Length..........................................................................................12
Driveline Installation........................................................................................................13
Detaching Snowblower from Tractor ..........................................................................14
OPERATION ............................................................................................................................................15
General Preparation ........................................................................................................................15
Operating Controls ..........................................................................................................................15
Work and Travel Speed .................................................................................................15
Raising and Lowering the Snowblower...........................................................................15
Drive Shaft Operation .....................................................................................................15
Manual Rotation .............................................................................................................15
Deflector Adjustment ......................................................................................................15
Reduction Chain Tension Adjustment ............................................................................16
Skid Shoe Adjustment.....................................................................................................16
Snow Removal Methods .................................................................................................................17
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MAINTENANCE ......................................................................................................................................18
Maintenance ...................................................................................................................................18
Storage ...........................................................................................................................18
Driveline...........................................................................................................................18
Lubrication.......................................................................................................................18
PARTS .....................................................................................................................................................19
Introduction ........................................................................................................................................19
Frame and Related Parts - Blizzard B94 ............................................................................................20
Gearbox (662195)..............................................................................................................................23
Driveline (662538)..............................................................................................................................24
AVAILABLE OPTIONS .............................................................................................................................25
WARRANTY ............................................................................................................................................26
TORQUE SPECIFICATION TABLE .........................................................................................................27
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INTRODUCTION
TO THE P URCHASER
All BER-VAC and BLIZZARD products are
designed to give safe, dependable service if they
are operated and maintained according to
instructions. Read and understand this manual
before operation.
Illustrations
The illustrations may not necessarily reproduce
the full detail and the exact shape of the parts or
depict the actual models, but are intended for
reference only
This manual has been prepared to assist the
owner and operators in the safe operation and
suitable maintenance of the implements. The
information was applicable to products at the time
of manufacture and does not include
modifications made afterwards.
Direction Reference
Right Hand and Left Hand are determined by
those seen by the conductor looking at the
machine while operating.
Read and understand this operator's manual
before attempting to put an implement into
service. Familiarize yourself with the operating
instructions and all the safety recommendations
contained in this manual and those labelled on the
implements and on the tractor. Follow the safety
recommendations and make sure that those with
whom you work follow them.
To assist your dealer in handling your needs, please record hereafter the model number and serial
number of your implement and tractor. It is als o advisable to supply them to your insurance company. It
will be helpful in the event that an implement or tractor is lost or stolen.
MODEL :
SERIAL NUMBER :
DATE OF PURCHASE :
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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
SAFETY FIRST
This symbol, the industry's "Safety Alert Symbol", is used throughout this manual and on labels
on the machine itself to warn of the possibility of personal injury. Read these instructions
carefully. It is essential that you read the instructions and safety regulations before you attempt
to assemble or use this unit.
DANGER :
Indicates an immediately hazardous situation which, if not avoided, will
result in death or serious injury.
WARNING : Indicates a potentially haz ardous situation which, if not avoided, could
result in death or serious injury.
CAUTION :
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, may
result in minor or moderate injury.
IMPORTANT :
Indicates that equipment or property damage could result if instructions
are not followed.
NOTE :
Gives helpful information.
All products are designed to give safe, dependable service if they are operated and maintained according
to instructions. Read and understand this manual before operation. It is the owner's responsibility to
be certain anyone operating this product reads this manual., and all other applicable manuals, to become
familiar with this equipment and all safety precautions. Failure to do so could result in serious personal
injury or equipment damage. If you have any questions, consult your dealer.
3. Before and when backing, look behind and
look for small children.
B EFORE O PERATION
Children
Tragic accidents can occur if the operator is not
alert to the presence of children. Children are
generally attracted to machines and the work
being done. Never assume children will remain
where you last saw them.
4. Never carry children while operating the
machine. They may fall off and be seriously
injured or interfere with safe operation of the
machine.
5. Never allow children to play on the machine
or attachment even when turned off.
1. Keep children out of the operating area and
under the watchful eye of another responsible
adult.
6. Never allow children to operate the machine
even under adult supervision.
2. Be alert and turn machine off if children enter
the work area.
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7. Use extra care when approaching blind
corners, shrubs, trees, or other obstructions
that might hide children from sight.
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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS- continued
NOTICE
A safe operator is the best insurance against accidents. All operators, no matter how experienced they
may be, should read this Operator's Manual and all other related manuals before attempting to operate
an implement. Please read the following section and pay particular attention to all safety recommendations contained in this manual and those labelled on the implements and on the tractor.
THE S NOWBLOWER
Before Operation
1. Read and understand this operator's manual
and tractor operator's manual. Know how to
operate all controls and how to stop the unit
and disengage the controls quickly.
9.
Replace all missing, illegible, or damaged
safety and warning decals. See list of decals
in the operator's manual.
10. Do not modify or alter this equipment or any
of its components, or any equipment
function without first consulting your dealer.
2. Never wear loose, torn, or bulky clothing
around the tractor and implement. It may
catch on moving parts or controls, leading to
the risk of accident.
11. Keep safety decals clean of dirt and grime.
3. Before the snow season, thoroughly inspect
the area where the equipment is to be used
and remove all doormats, sleds, boards and
other foreign objects.
4. Disengage clutch and shift into neutral before
starting the engine.
5. Do not operate equipment in wintertime
without wearing adequate winter garments.
6. Never attempt to make any adjustments while
engine is running. Read this manual carefully
to acquaint yourself with the equipment as
well as the tractor operator's manual. Working
with unfamiliar equipment can lead to
accidents. Be thoroughly familiar with the
controls and proper use of the equipment.
Know how to stop the unit and disengage the
controls quickly.
7. Keep all shields in place and properly tighten
all mounting hardware.
8.
Periodically, inspect all moving parts for
wear and replace with authorized service
parts if an excessive amount of wear is
present.
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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS- continued
Snowblower Operation
1. Before leaving the tractor unattended, take
all possible precautions. Disengage the
PTO, stop the engine and remove the
ignition key. Lower the implement to the
ground.
13. Never operate snowblower near glass
enclosures, automobiles, window wells,
embankments,
etc.,
without
proper
adjustment of snow discharge angle.
14. Never operate machine at high transport
speeds on a slippery surface.
2. Before starting the snowblower, remove any
ice that has accumulated in the
auger/impeller.
15. Use extra caution when backing up.
16. Do not direct discharge at bystanders or
animals. Ejected objects may cause injury.
3. Watch carefully for foreign objects that could
enter the blower while operating.
17. Disengage power to auger/impeller when
transporting or when not in use.
4. Be sure the clutch switch/lever is in OFF
position before starting engine.
18. Never operate the snowblower without good
visibility and lighting.
5. Do not put hands or feet near rotation parts.
Keep clear of discharge opening at all times.
19. Prolonged exposure to loud noise can
cause impairment or loss of hearing. Wear
a suitable hearing protective device such as
earmuffs or earplugs to protect against
objectionable or uncomfortable noises
6. Exercise extreme caution when operating on
or crossing a gravel drive, walks, or roads.
Stay alert for hidden hazards or traffic. Do
not carry passengers.
7. Adjust collector housing height to clear
gravel or crushed rock surface.
8. Stop the engine, remove the key, and allow
the rotating parts to stop before unclogging
the collector/impeller housing or chute, and
making any repairs, adjustments or
inspections. Use only a 36" long piece of
wood to unclog blower.
9. If the snowblower starts to vibrate
abnormally, stop the engine immediately and
check for cause. Excessive vibration is
generally a sign of trouble.
10. Do not run the engine indoors except when
starting engine and transporting attachment
in or out of building. Carbon monoxide gas is
colorless, odorless and deadly.
11. Exercise extreme caution when changing
direction on slopes. Do not attempt to
operate on steep slopes.
12. Never operate snowblower without guards,
and other safety protective devices in place.
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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS- continued
13. Never allow anyone to operate the
snowblower until they are thoroughly familiar
with basic tractor and snowblower operation.
THE T RACTOR
General Information
14. Make sure the tractor is counterweighted as
recommended by your dealer. Weights
provide the necessary balance to prevent tipover or loss of traction or steering.
1. Read the operator's manual carefully before
using tractor. Lack of operating knowledge
can lead to accidents.
15. Always make sure all snowblower
components are properly installed and
securely fastened BEFORE operation.
2. Do not permit anyone but the operator to ride
on the tractor. There is no safe place for extra
riders.
Operating the Tractor
During Operation
1. Never run the tractor engine in a closed
building without adequate ventilation, as the
exhaust fumes are very dangerous.
1. Do not allow anyone to ride on the
tractor/snowblower at any time. There is no
safe place for passengers on this equipment.
The operator MUST sit in the tractor seat.
2. Never allow an open flame near the fuel tank
or battery.
2. Eye and hearing protection is recommended
when operating the snowblower.
3. Make sure the shield is installed when
using a PTO-driven equipment and always
replace the shield if damaged.
3. Operate only during daylight hours, or when
the area is well lit with bright artificial light.
4. Always bring the tractor to a complete stop,
shut off the engine, lower the implement to
the ground and remove the ignition key
before leaving the tractor.
4. Disengage the PTO (turn to “OFF”), place the
transmission in neutral, set the parking brake,
shut off the engine and remove the key, and
make sure rotating components have stopped
BEFORE leaving the operator’s seat.
5. Never park the tractor on a steep slope.
5. Inspect the snowblower after striking any
foreign object to assure that all snowblower
parts are safe and secure and not damaged.
6. Do not attempt to operate on steep slopes.
7. Use of tire chains for better traction and
stability is recommended.
8. Always drive the tractor at speeds
compatible with safety, especially when
operating over rough ground, crossing
ditches, or when turning.
9. Handle fuel with care, as it is highly
flammable.
10. Use approved fuel container.
11. Never add fuel to a running engine or a hot
engine.
12. Fill fuel tank outdoors with extreme care.
Never fill fuel tank indoors. Replace fuel cap
securely and wipe up spilled fuel.
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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS- continued
MAINTENANCE
TRANSPORTING
Park the tractor/snowblower on level ground, set
the parking brake, disengage the PTO, shut off
the engine, remove the key, and lower the
implement to the ground BEFORE making any
snowblower adjustments.
1. To avoid injury, do not adjust, unclog or
service the snowblower with the tractor
engine running. Making sure rotating
components have completely stopped before
leaving the operator’s seat
1. If the tractor/snowblower is to be driven on
public roads, it must be equipped with an
SMV (Slow Moving Vehicle) sign. Check
local traffic codes that may apply to unit
usage on public roads and highways in your
area.
2. Be alert for all other traffic when driving the
tractor/snowblower on public roads or
highways.
2. Keep the tractor/snowblower clean. Snow
and ice build-up can lead to malfunction or
personal injury from thawing and refreezing in
garage.
STORAGE
Before storing the snowblower, certain precautions should be taken to protect it from
deterioration.
3. Always wear eye protection when cleaning or
servicing the snowblower.
4. Do not work under any part of the tractor or
snowblower, unless it is securely supported
by safety stands.
1. Clean the snowblower thoroughly.
5. Make sure all shields and guards are securely
in place following all service, cleaning, or
repair work.
3. Replace all Safety Signs that are damaged,
lost, or otherwise become illegible. If a part
to be replaced has a sign on it, obtain a new
safety sign from your dealer and install it in
the same place as on the removed part.
2. Make all the necessary repairs.
6. Do not modify or alter this equipment or any
of its components or operating functions. If
you have questions concerning modifications,
consult with your dealer.
4. Repaint all parts from which paint has worn
or peeled.
5. Lubricate the snowblower as instructed
under "Lubrication" section.
6. When the snowblower is dry, oil all moving
parts. Apply oil liberally to all surfaces to
protect against rust.
7. Store in a dry place.
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DECALS
Replace immediately if damaged.
Included with Option 8046
664548
660988
656779
660989
656780
664459
Located on Driveline
655834
664458
656781
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ASSEMBLY
S NOWBLOWER A SSEMBLY
The snowblower is assembled at the factory, however, snowblower kits must be assembled. Use the
present manual and lay out all parts for assembly. Separate bolts and nuts into various sizes. After
assembly, torque all the bolts according to the Torque Specification Table enclosed at the end of the
manual.
Chute Installation
Install chute according to the instructions contained in the rotation kit chosen – manual or hydraulic .
Snowblower Installation (Figure 1)
1. Install the tractor lower hitch arms (items 1)
opposite to the holes of the lower
snowblower hitches. Insert the roll pins
(items 6) and secure with the hair pins and
the linch pins (items 7-2).
5. Connect driveline to tractor P.T.O., making sure
that the driveline yoke pin is properly engaged.
Note: Depending on tractor used, it may be
necessary to install front tractor weights to
maintain front-end stability.
2. Install the tractor upper hitch (item 3) on the
upper hole of snowblower attaching plates
(item 5) using tractors pins and linchpins
(items 4).
3. Adjust snowblower so that it runs level using
the tractor upper hitch.
4. Set the tractor anti-sway turnbuckles so the
snowblower does not sway. Be sure the
turnbuckles clear the tractor tires.
Figure 1
CAUTION : Before connecting
snowblower driveline to tractor drive shaft,
make sure driveline is not too long in
raised, lowered or middle position. If the
driveline is too long it must be shortened,
to avoid damaged to tractor.
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ASSEMBLY
IMPORTANT:
Danger: Tractors Too Big
A proper initial installation will give you years of
satisfactory service on your equipment. Please
read carefully following instructions that have
been specially included to help you and ensure
you are satisfied with your purchase.
It is dangerous to use a tractor that is too big and
powerful. The tractor will always be able to
overload the blower, even if the machine is
already at maximum capacity. Furthermore,
tractors being very high, the driveline angles will
be excessive which means the universal joints
will be very vulnerable and the life of the
driveline will be dramatically reduced.
WARNING: Unfortunately, snowblowers will
be faced with forgotten or hidden objects
under the snow, such as : chain, tires,
stones, pieces of wood, etc. In spite of all
our efforts, machines are not built to resist
all those conditions.
How to Determine Driveline Angles
joint angles, it is recommended to adjust the
three point hitch at the furthest point from the
tractor recommended by the manufacturer
The universal joint angle is directly related with
the life of driveline. In order to reduce the angle,
it is necessary to increase the distance between
the snowblower and the tractor.
Angles of Driveline Joints Too Large
Avoid
Reasonable Angles of Driveline Joints
Acceptable
IMPORTANT: To obtain the proper universal
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ASSEMBLY
.
Unequal Angles at Driveline Joints
Avoid
Equal Angles at Driveline Joints
Recommended
Angles at Each End of Driveline
A popular habit is to change the snowblower
angle in order to obtain a better scraping effect.
This practice can become harmful to the
driveline since the angle at each end is unequal.
This results in a fan speed variation as well as a
drastic increase of load on cross and bearings.
To be avoided: It is recommended to always
keep tractor driveline and snowblower input
shaft parallel.
Determining Driveline Length
IMPORTANT: Before using the equipment,
make sure the driveline is not too long. At
working position, the two half drivelines must
intersect each other sufficiently to insure
maximum efficiency but there must not be any
interference.
Figure 2
1. To determine the "L" length for your tractor
model first find the "X" factor by measuring
the horizontal distance between the end of
the tractor's drive shaft and the end of the
snowblower's driven shaft when the
snowblower is in transport position as shown
on Figure 2.
2. Choose in the table below the "Y" factor
according to the tractor category and deduct
that number from "X" to determine "L"
which is the center-to-center length between
the universal joints.
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L=X–Y
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3 PTS HITCH
CATEGORY
Y
Cat. 1
4 1/2"
Cat. 2
5 1/2"
ASSEMBLY
NOTE: Before cutting, make sure the two
shafts intersect by at least 7 3/4" when in
working position that is when the snowblower
rests on the ground.
Figure 3
3. Hold the two half-shaft side by side and
locate the "L" length between the two
center-to-center half-shaft universal joints.
Mark off the zone to be cut on both halves
opposite each half-shaft guard as shown
on Figure 3.
4. Cut off inner and outer guard tubes as well
as the inner and outer telescopic sections.
5. Cut the guard a second time leaving the
same distance between the end of the
guard and the end of the shaft as existed
before. To obtain the proper distance "A"
shown on Figure 5, cut the guard according
to the following table:
Figure 4
DISTANCE A
Male PTO
Female PTO
1 3/4"
1 1/4"
A
6. File down tubes and remove chips.
7. Apply grease to inside of outer telescopic
section.
IMPORTANT: Work with fully guarded
shafts only!
Driveline Installation (Figure 5)
1. Remove paint from snowblower gearbox
drive shaft and grease driveline sliding
surfaces and yoke.
Figure 5
2. Remove the bolt of the yoke and slide
driveline yoke over drive shaft using sliding
action of the driveline. Make sure the
driveline is well secured to the drive shaft
by replacing the bolt and tightening it
according to the torque specification table.
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ASSEMBLY
Detaching Snowblower from Tractor
(Figure 6)
1. Set snowblower completely on the ground
to release all pressure from the three point.
Set parking brake and turn engine off.
2. Detach upper hitch (item 3) by removing
linch pin and pin (items 4).
3. Disconnect driveline from tractor P.T.O.
shaft and set driveline on support chain.
4. Carefully detach lower hitch arms (items 1)
by removing linch pins (items 2) and by
removing the roll pins (items 6).
IMPORTANT: To avoid damage to the
snowblower, retorque all bolts after the first
10 hours of operation.
Figure 6
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OPERATION
G ENERAL PREPARATION
1. Read the operator’s manual carefully before
using the tractor and snowblower. Be
thoroughly familiar with the controls and
proper use of the equipment. Know how to
stop the unit and disengage the controls
quickly.
Manual Rotation (if so equipped)
Turning the handle clockwise turns the chute in
a clockwise direction.
WARNING: To avoid personal injury, be
sure the tractor engine is off, the drive shaft
disengaged, and all movement has stopped
before making any adjustments.
2. Make sure the snowblower is clear of snow
before engaging the driveline.
3. Make sure the auger and fan operate freely.
Deflector Adjustment
4. Check the oil level in the worm gear box and if
necessary, add SAE 80W90 gear oil, AGMA
5EP extreme pressure oil or equivalent.
Set the angle of deflection according to the
distance the snow must be thrown. To set the
deflector angle, loosen the hair pin and adjust the
tube to the appropriate hole. Put back the hair pin
in place.
5. Check the shear bolts, on each auger section,
between the fan and on the gearbox for
proper tightness.
6. If so equipped, adjust so that the snowblower
skid shoes run level.
7. Wear adequate winter outer garments while
operating equipment.
O PERATING CONTROLS
Work and Travel Speed
Working ground speed will depend on the depth
and density of the snow to be cleared. Normally,
ground speed will range from 4 to 7 MPH for light,
dry snowfalls 3 to 6 inches, and 1 to 3 MPH for
heavy, wet or drifted snow. To transport,
disengage the driveshaft and raise the
snowblower to full transport height.
Raising and Lowering the Snowblower
Move the three point lever on right hand side of
seat down or forward to lower, and up or rearward
to raise.
Drive Shaft Operation
The mid drive shaft is activated by pulling up the
drive shaft lever on left side of seat. Push down to
disengage.
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OPERATION
Reduction Chain Tension Adjustment
The premature wear of the chain may be caused
by tension being too tight. It is therefore important
not to tighten chain to its maximum.
•
To adjust the tension on the drive chain,
loosen the bolt (see figure below, item 1),
securing the idler sprocket to the snowblower
housing.
•
To tighten the chain, lower the bolt. Leave
approximately 1/8" deflection in one span of
the chain. Retighten securely the bolt holding
the idler sprocket.
Skid Shoe Adjustment
Adjust the skid shoes so that the snowblower runs
level and according to the surface conditions so
that stones are not thrown with the snow.
Adjust both skid shoes to the same height to keep
the cutting edge level and adjust upwards for
smooth surfaces.
Loosen skid shoe bolts (item 2) and adjust
according to instructions below, and securely
tighten bolts:
Clearance between cutting edge and surface:
•
Level paved surface :
•
Uneven or gravel surface: Adjust to 1/2" to 5/8"
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OPERATION
S NOW REMOVAL METHODS
When removing snow, do not use the snowblower as a dozer blade to push snow. Let the snowblower
work its way through deep drifts. If the speed of your tractor is too fast, the snowblower may become
overloaded and clog. For best results, raise the snowblower and remove a top layer of snow. A second
pass with the snowblower will remove the remaining snow.
IMPORTANT : Use full RPM power when removing wet, sticky snow. Low RPM power will tend to clog
the chute.
WARNING: Do not use hands or feet to unclog chute. Do not attempt to clear clogged chute of
snow while tractor engine is running. If the chute clogs, disengage the drive shaft, shut off the tractor
engine, remove the ignition key, wait for all movement to stop, and then clear the snow from the chute.
A definite pattern of operation is required to thoroughly clean the snow area. These patterns will avoid
throwing snow in unwanted places as well as eliminating a second removal of snow
Where it is possible to throw the snow to the left
and right (above), as on a long driveway, it is
advantageous to start in the middle. Plow from
one end to the other, throwing snow to both sides
without changing the direction of the discharge
guide
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If the snow can only be thrown to one side of the
driveway or sidewalk (above), start on the
opposite side. At the end of the first pass, rotate
the discharge guide 180 degrees for the return
pass. At the end of each succeeding pass, rotate
the discharge guide 180 degrees to maintain
direction of throw in the same area.
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MAINTENANCE
MAINTENANCE
Storage
Lubrication
1. Check the shear bolts at frequent intervals for
proper tightness to be sure the blower is in
safe working condition.
1. GEAR : Check the oil level in the worm gear
drive every month. If necessary add SAE
80W90 gear oil, AGMA 5EP extreme pressure
oil, or equivalent.
2. Never store the tractor with fuel in the fuel
tank inside a building where open flame or
sparks are present. Allow the engine to cool
before storing in any enclosure.
2. AUGER SECTIONS : Grease the fitting on
each auger sections every 24 hours of
operation or once a year.
3. Run the snowblower a few minutes after
blowing snow to prevent freeze up of the
auger and the impeller.
3. REDUCTION CHAIN : Lubricate with chain
saw lubricant every 4 hours of operation and
after each use.
WARNING: Provide adequate blocking
before working under the snowblower when in the
raised position.
4. DRIVELINE (S) : Grease each u-joint fitting
every 8 hours of operation. Slide drive shaft
apart and coat sliding surfaces with grease
every 8 hours of operation.
5. ROTATION SHAFT : Grease the shaft each 8
hours of operation.
Driveline
IMPORTANT: When the snowblower is not
used for more than two weeks, perform
driveline maintenance and always store it in a
dry place, away from bad weather conditions.
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PARTS
INTRODUCTION
All parts are illustrated in "exploded views" which show the individual parts in their normal relationship to
each other. Reference numbers are used in the illustrations. These numbers correspond to those in the
"Reference Number" (REF) colum n, and are followed by the description and quantity required.
O/L - "Obtain Locally" in the part number column indicates common hardware that is available at your
local hardware supply.
All reference to right and left, forward or rearward, are from the operator seat, looking at the machine
while operating.
Orders must give the complete description, correct part number, the total amount required, the serial
number, the method of shipment and the shipping address.
The manufacturer reserves the rights to change, modify, or eliminate from time to time, for technical or
other reasons, certain or all data, specifications, or the product or products themselves, without any
liability or obligation.
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PARTS
S NOWBLOWER – B LIZZARD B94
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PARTS
S NOWBLOWER – B LIZZARD B94
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DESCRIPTION
Housing
Chute assembly
Drive support
Bolt hex. 1/2" NC x 1 1/4" gr.5
Retaining plate
Lockwasher 1/2"
Nut hex. 1/2" NC
Adjustment tube
Adjustment rod
Hairpin 5mm x 100mm
Cotter pin 3/32" x 1"
Auger
Bearing 1 1/4" hole
Bolt hex. 1/2" NC x 1 1/2" gr.5
Roll pin 1/4" x 1 3/4"
Driveline
Sprocket #60A38
Bolt hex. 3/8" NC x 1 1/2" gr.5
Nylon insert locknut 3/8" NC
Fan
Key 3/8" x 3/8" x 2 3/4"
Bolt hex. 5/8" NC x 1 1/2" gr.5
Lockwahser 5/8"
Flatwasher 11/16" dia. hole
Idler sprocket
Chain #60 x 94 links, incl. connecting link
Connecting link #60
Bolt hex. 5/8" NC x 5" gr.5
Idler spacer
Idler spacer
Nut hex. 5/8" NC
Bolt hex. 3/8" NC x 1" gr.5
Lockwasher 3/8"
Nut hex. 3/8" NC
Gearbox
21
QTY.
1
1
1
4
3
26
18
1
1
1
1
1
3
12
2
1
1
4
4
1
1
1
6
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
5
4
4
4
1
PART #
--664482
662687
O/L
654077
O/L
O/L
654076
654074
O/L
O/L
666290
4300001
O/L
O/L
662538
654007
O/L
O/L
664378
654174
O/L
O/L
O/L
654010
655788
654839
O/L
656912
656911
O/L
O/L
O/L
O/L
662195
PARTS
S NOWBLOWER – B LIZZARD B94
REF.
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
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DESCRIPTION
Bolt hex. 1/2" NC x 1" gr.5
Drive shaft
Shear plate
Bolt hex. 5/16" NC x 2" gr.5
Lockwasher 5/16"
Nut hex. 5/16" NC
Left adjustable skid shoe
Right adjustable skid shoe
Carriage bolt 5/8" NC x 1 1/2" gr.5
Pin cat.2
Linch pin 7/16"
QTY.
8
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
2
2
22
PART #
O/L
664492
654024
O/L
O/L
O/L
666287
666288
O/L
655813
O/L
PARTS
G EARBOX (662195)
REF.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
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DESCRIPTION
Casing
Oil seal (35 x 72 x 10)
Snap ring
Shim
Bearing
Sleeve
Snap ring
Bearing
Shaft
Gear
Snap ring
Bearing
Shim
Snap ring
Oil seal (40 x 80 x 12)
Shaft
Gear
Shim
Filter plug
Cover
Hex.bolt (M10 x 14)
Plug 3/8'' NPT
QTY.
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
4
2
23
PART #
656640
659845
656652
656649
656653
656648
656654
656647
656651
656645
656646
656641
656644
656642
656643
662212
656657
661146
656662
656660
656659
655259
PARTS
D RIVELINE (662538)
REF.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
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DESCRIPTION
Push pin yoke assembly
Universal joint kit
Outer yoke
Outer tube
Inner tube
Inner yoke
Yoke and hub assembly
Bolt and nut
Grease fitting
Ball
Shear bolt and nut
Shields with safety chain
Safety pin
24
QTY.
PART NUMBER
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
24
1
1
1
663133
663134
663136
663140
663142
663144
663145
662199
663148
663162
663149
663150
663151
AVAILABLE OPTIONS
MANUAL CHUTE ROTATION
HYDRAULIC CHUTE ROTATION
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WARRANTY
RAD TECHNOLOGIES INC.
RAD TECHNOLOGIES INC. warrants to the original buyer that the equipment is free from defects in
material and workmanship. RAD TECHNOLOGIES INC.'s obligation, under this warranty, will be
limited to the repair or replacement of any non-wear part or component, which RAD TECHNOLOGIES
INC. finds to be defective within one year from the date of original purchase (unless otherwisespecified). The applicable warranty period for commercial or rental use shall be ninety (90) days from
the date of purchase
In no event shall RAD TECHNOLOGIES INC. be liable for consequential, special, direct or indirect
damages incurred by the buyer/user.
All components not manufactured by RAD TECHNOLOGIES INC. (such as motors, actuators,
hydraulic components, tires, ...etc.) are covered by the original manufacturer's warranty in conjunction
with RAD TECHNOLOGIES INC.
RAD's obligation under this warranty shall be limited to repairing or replacing, free of charge to the
original purchaser, any part that, in RAD's judgment, shall show evidence of such defect, provided the
distributor returns the part prepaid within thirty (30) days from date of failure.
This warranty shall not be interpreted to render RAD TECHNOLOGIES INC. liable for injuries or
damages of any kind or nature to person or property. This warranty does not extend to losses
because of delays, or to any expenses or losses incurred for labor, substitute machinery, rental or for
any other reason.
Except as set forth above, RAD TECHNOLOGIES INC. shall have no obligation or liability of any kind
on account of any of its equipment and shall not be liable for special or consequential damages. RAD
TECHNOLOGIES INC. makes no other warranty, expressed or implied, and specifically, RAD
TECHNOLOGIES INC. disclaims any implied warranty or merchantability or fitness for a particular
purpose. Some states or provinces do not permit limitations or exclusions of implied
warranties or incidental or consequential damages, so the limitations or exclusions in this
warranty may not apply.
This warranty is subject to any existing conditions of supply, which may directly affect our ability to
obtain materials or manufacture replacement parts. RAD TECHNOLOGIES INC. reserves the right to
make improvements in design or changes in specifications at any time, without incurring any
obligation to owners of units previously sold.
No one is authorized to alter, modify or enlarge this warranty nor the exclusions, limitations and
reservations.
2835 Chemin de l'Aéroport, Thetford Mines (Québec) G6G 5R7
Tél.: (418) 338-4499 Fax: (418) 388-6090
Internet: www.radinter.com EMAIL: radtech@radinter.com
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TORQUE SPECIFICATION TABLE
GENERAL SPECIFICATION TABLE
Use the following torques when special torques are not given Note: These values apply to fasteners as
received from supplier, when dry. These values do not apply if lubricants are used.
BOLT SIZES (SAE)
TORQUE
INCHES
Pounds-Foot
Newtons-Meter
¼
5/16
3/8
7/16
½
9/16
5/8
¾
7/8
1
1 1/8
1¼
1 3/8
1½
5
10
20
25
88
121
165
297
440
638
840
1180
1570
2070
7
14
27
41
119
164
224
403
597
865
1139
1600
2129
2807
BOLT SIZES (METRIC)
TORQUE
MILLIMETERS
Pounds-Foot
Newtons-Meter
M6
M8
M10
M12
M14
M16
M18
M20
10
22
40
59
93
130
168
205
13
30
54
80
126
176
228
278
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Manufactured by:
RAD Technologies Inc.
2835, Chemin de l’Aéroport
Thetford Mines, Québec, Canada, G6G 5R7
Tel.: (418) 338-4499 - Fax.: (418) 338-6090
E-mail : radtech@radinter.com
Internet : www.radinter.com
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