3008005 Rev B
9049 Tyler Blvd. • Mentor, Ohio 44060
Phone (440) 974-8888 • Fax (440) 974-0165
Toll-Free Fax 800-841-8003 • buyersproducts.com
Quality since 1946
Installation Manual
Self-Contained Hopper Spreaders
Carbon & Stainless Steel Models
Manual applies to:
• 72" Spreaders (serial numbers 1200 and above)
• 96" Spreaders (serial numbers 4884 and above)
• 120" Spreaders (serial numbers 1000 and above)
Table of Contents
Warranty Information..................................................................1
General Information....................................................................1
Safety Precautions.......................................................................2
Installation Instructions.............................................................3
Spreader Operation......................................................................4
Spreader Maintenance................................................................6
Repair Parts & Drawings............................................................8
SPREADER WARRANTY INFORMATION
This warranty replaces all previous warranties and no employee
of this company is authorized to extend additional warranties, or
agreements, or implications not explicitly covered herein.
Buyers Products Company warrants all parts of the product to be
free from defects in material and workmanship for a period of one
(1) year, excluding the gasoline engine, from the date of installation. Parts must be properly installed and used under normal conditions. Normal wear is excluded.
Any part which has been altered, including modifications, misuse,
accident, or lack of maintenance will not be considered under this
warranty.
The sole responsibility of Buyers Products Company under this
warranty is limited to repairing or replacing any part(s) which
are returned, prepaid, 30 days after such defect is discovered,
and returned part(s) are found to be defective by Buyers Products
Company.
Authorization from Buyers Products Company must be obtained
before returning any part. The following information must accompany defective parts returned to Buyers Products Company: RMA#,
spreader model, serial number, date installed, and distributor from
whom purchased.
Buyers Products Company shall not be liable for damage arising out
of failure of any unit to operate properly, or failure, or delay in work,
or for any consequential damages. No charges for transportation or
labor performed on any part will be allowed under this warranty.
The gasoline engine is solely warranted through engine’s manufacturer. All engine related warranty claims are to be processed
through the engine’s manufacturer. This information is explained
in the engine owner’s manual.
Spreader Models and Specifications
Model #
Hopper
Length
Material
Chute Length
Overall
Length
Overall
Width
Overall
Height
Empty
Weight
SCH072SS
6' Stainless Standard 91¾" 47" * 32½" 639#
SCH072SSX 6' Stainless Extended 91¾" 47" * 32½" 655#
SCH096C
8'
Carbon Standard 115¾" 47" * 32½" 857#
SCH096CX
8'
Carbon Extended 115¾" 47" * 32½" 875#
SCH096SS
8' Stainless Standard 115¾" 47" * 32½" 745#
SCH096SSX 8' Stainless Extended 115¾" 47" * 32½" 758#
SCH120SS
10' Stainless Standard 139¾" 47"
32½" 789#
SCH120SSX 10' Stainless Extended 139¾" 47"
32½" 804#
* 6' spreaders – Serial numbers 1404 and below – Overall Width = 50¾"
* 8' spreaders – Serial numbers 5934 and below – Overall Width = 50¾"
Cap.
1.5
1.5
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.5
2.5
General Information
1. Recommended Vehicle Requirements:
• SCH072 & SCH096 models: 3/4 or 1 ton Pick-up
Truck Above 8500# GVWR
• SCH120 models: Flat Bed or Dump Trucks Above
15,000# GVWR
CAUTION
Do not overload vehicle beyond the vehicle’s Gross
Vehicle Weight Rating (GVWR) or Gross Axel
Weight Ratings (GAWR). Check the vehicle’s load
rating certification sticker for maximum vehicle
capacity.
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2. Average Material Weights:
MATERIAL
#1 Rock Salt
#2 Rock Salt
Coarse Sand - Dry
Coarse Sand - Wet
WARNING
Verify that the above oil viscosity meets your operating temperature requirements. If not, empty and
refill with the proper viscosity oil. Before starting
spreader, check that the engine crankcase and gearbox are filled to the proper level with lubricant.
WEIGHT (POUNDS PER CUBIC YARD)
950
1,215
2,565
3,240
Note: To calculate the total spreader weight (including ice
control material); add the empty spreader weight plus the
ice control material and spreader accessories.
Safety Precautions
3. Hopper Storage Capacity
WARNING
Observe the following Safety Precautions before,
during and after operating this spreader. By following these precautions and common sense, possible
injury to persons and potential damage to this
machine may be avoided.
19 "
12 "
HOPPER CAPACITIES
72" HOPPER
12"
.33 CU-YD
19"
.75 CU-YD
1. Read this entire Owner’s Manual before operating this
spreader. This includes the engine Operator’s Manuals.
2. Read all safety decals on the spreader before operating the
spreader.
96" HOPPER
.50 CU-YD
1.0 CU-YD
3. Check to make sure all safety guards are securely mounted into place before operating this spreader.
120" HOPPER
.60 CU-YD
1.25 CU-YD
4. Make sure the engine cover is securely fastened to the
spreader before operating the spreader.
5. Verify that all personnel are clear of the spreader spray
area before starting or operating this spreader.
4. Recommended Fastener Torques:
Maintain all fastener torques as shown in the following
table. Failure to do so may cause injury to persons.
1/4-20
5/16-18
3/8-18
3/8-24
7/16-14
1/2-13
9/16-12
5/8-11
6. Keep all loose clothing, hair, jewelry and limbs clear of the
spreader before starting or operating this spreader.
SAE GRADE 2
SAE GRADE 5
ft-lbsft-lbs
7. Do not over-load your vehicle beyond payload limits. If
there are any questions, contact the vehicle manufacturer.
69
11
18
19
31
24
46
30
50
45
75
66
110
93
150
8. Do not adjust, clean, oil or unclog material jams without
first turning off the spreader, removing the engine spark
plug connector.
9. Do not climb on or in the spreader during operation. Do
not ride on the spreader while the vehicle is in motion.
5. Engine and Gearbox Oil:
10. Make sure the spreader is securely fastened to the vehicle in accordance with this manual.
The engine crankcase is filled with 1 quart of SAE 5W-30
motor oil at the factory. The gearbox is filled with SAE 90
gear lubricant at the factory.
11. Do not operate a spreader that is in need of maintenance
or repairs.
12. Never lay tools or equipment on top of the spreader’s 12V
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DC battery. This could accidentally ground the positive (+)
battery terminal, resulting in electrical shock, burns or damage to the vehicle or equipment.
F. In addition secure the spreader to the vehicle by attaching the four (4) tie-down eyes located at each corner of the
spreader to the vehicle’s factory installed anchor points using suitable tie-down devices.
13. Avoid contact with battery acid. Battery acid can seriously burn eyes or skin. Battery acid can also burn holes in
clothing.
• The spreader must be securely fastened to the
frame of the vehicle.
• Verify with the vehicle’s manufacturer that the
factory installed anchor points are designed for
tie-down of such load.
• Periodically check that the spreader mounting
hardware is securely tightened.
14. Always disconnect the battery before removing or replacing any electrical components.
15. A charging battery gives off gases that can explode if
touched by a spark or flame. Cover the top of the battery
with electrically non-conductive material to keep sparks
away from battery gases.
2. Mounting the Spinner/Chute Assembly
A. Attach the Spinner/Chute Assembly to the spreader using
the four (4) 3/8-16 X 3/4" hex head screws, flat washers, lock
washers, and nuts. The flat washers are to be placed over
the slots in the sill extensions. Push the chute assembly
forward towards the cab of the vehicle. Loosely attach the
hardware, but do not tighten at this time.
16. If the spreader must be operated with the spreader battery disconnected, insulate the positive (red) battery cable
and red wire from the engine alternator with electrical tape.
Installation Instructions
B. Install the roller chain between the spinner/chute sprocket and the gearbox sprocket. Make sure both sprockets are
in-line with one another. If the sprockets are out of alignment, adjust the height of the gearbox sprocket to correct
alignment. Install the roller chain master link.
1. Mounting the Spreader onto the Vehicle:
A. Remove the tailgate from the vehicle.
B. Lift the spreader from the lifting loop or square knock-out
in hoppers rear cross member (toward rear of the truck).
C. To adjust the roller chain tension: First pull the spinner/
chute assembly away from the rear of the vehicle to take up
slack in chain then tighten chute screws. The correct chain
tension should allow a 5/16" deflection midway between
both chain sprockets. If additional adjustment is needed,
loosen the spinner shaft bearing bolts and slide the shaft
away from the gearbox sprocket. Be sure to maintain the
vertical alignment of the spinner shaft and bearings before
tightening the hardware.
WARNING
The lifting device must be adequately rated to lift
a payload equal to or greater than the spreader
weight. See page 1 for spreader weights. Empty
spreader before lifting.
The lifting point is placed at the approximate balance point
of the spreader. Residual material, gasoline, oil, battery, top
screen, or inverted vee assembly may affect this balance
point.
CAUTION
Do not over-tension the roller chain. This can cause
damage to the chain, bearings, and gearbox.
C. Elevate the spreader off the vehicle with lumber. Place
lumber under the side gussets of the spreader. This will help
with removal of excess material that accumulates under the
spreader.
D. Install the chain guard using the three (3) 1/4-20 X 3/4"
hex head bolts, lock washers, and nuts.
D. Center the spreader on the vehicle with the ends of the
sill extensions 14" to the rear of the nearest vertical obstruction (bumper, trailer hitch, etc). It is recommended that the
Spinner/Chute Assembly be loosely attached to the hopper
to avoid any interference between the vehicle and the Spinner/Chute Assembly.
E. Tighten all hardware to the recommended torque specifications as shown in this manual.
3. Control Box and Vehicle Wiring Harness Installation.
Note: The following instructions show how to install the
spreader so that the engine will draw power, to start the
engine, from a dedicated battery located on the spreader.
E. Bolt the spreader to the vehicle frame through the lengths
of lumber using the holes located in each of the four (4) side
gussets. Use 1/2" SAE Grade 5 hardware as required by
vehicle application.
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Cab Control Box
5. Installing the Inverted Vee Assembly
(Optional Equipment)
ATTACH TO
VEHICHLE GROUND
The front and rear hopper cross members have two (2) holes
in each to support the inverted vee deflector weldment.
Secure the deflector with four (4) 3/8-16 X 1" hex head cap
screws, lock washers, and nuts.
ATTACH TO 12V DC POWER
SOURCE CONTROLLED
BY VEHICLE IGNITION
TO SPREADER HARNESS
A. Layout a wiring path for the vehicle wiring harness.
WARNING
Do not drill holes into fuel tanks, fuel lines, through
electrical wiring, etc that may be damaged by drilling.
A. Adjust the height of the inverted vee for the material being spread:
B. Mount the control box in a convenient location in the truck
cab.
• For salt and dry sand, adjust the Deflector Weldment as close to the bottom of the hopper as
possible.
• For salt/sand mix, adjust the Deflector Weldment
to the middle of the mounting holes.
• For wet sand, adjust the Deflector Weldment to
the highest position.
• Tighten all hardware according to the recommended torque chart.
WARNING
Do not install control box in the vehicle’s airbag
deployment area. Refer to the vehicle’s manual for
airbag deployment area.
C. Connect the green wire from the vehicle wiring harness
to a known good vehicle ground.
Spreader Operation
D. Connect the stripped end of the red wire to an accessory
wire/terminal that is controlled by the vehicle’s ignition
switch.
Note: Before starting the engine, follow all safety precautions on pages 2 and 3.
1. Cab Control Box Functions:
4. Spreader Wiring Installation
A. Attach the terminal end of the black (negative) battery
cable to the negative terminal (marked “-”) on the battery.
ENGAGE CLUTCH
(SPREAD)
B. Then connect the terminal end of the red (positive)
battery cable to the positive terminal (marked “+”) on the
battery.
C. Using cable straps and 1/4" x 3/4" sheet metal screws, secure the spreader wiring harness to the spreader. Predrilled
holes are provided for securing the sheet metal screws.
HOLD TO CRANK
ENGINE
RUN
THROTTLE UP
CHOKE
THROTTLE DOWN
CIRCUIT BREAKER
ENGAGE CLUTCH
(BLAST)
DISENGAGE CLUTCH
(CENTER)
D. Verify that the Ignition Switch in Control Box is in the
“OFF” position prior to completing step E.
E. Connect the spreader and vehicle wiring harnesses.
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ENGINE OFF
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A. The clutch switch is a three position switch with the following functions:
G. Release the ignition and throttle switches when the
engine starts.
“OFF” position: While in this position, with the engine
running, the spreader feed chain and the spinner disk will
not spin. Therefore, the spreader will not spread ice control
material.
H. After the engine starts, hold the throttle switch to the
“IDLE” position to release the choke (hold switch for 1/2-1
seconds).
“ON” position: While in this position, the spreader feed
chain and the spinner disk will spin with the engine running.
3. Stopping the Engine
A. Reduce engine RPM by holding throttle switch to the
“IDLE” position for 2-3 sec. To stop the engine, press the
ignition switch to the “OFF” position.
“BLAST” position: While in this position, with the engine
running, the spreader feed chain and the spinner disk will
spin. In this position switch can only be activated when held
into the “BLAST” position.
4. Clutch Operation
A. Start the engine and adjust the speed to slightly above
idle.
B. Push the clutch switch into the “ON” position.
B. The ignition switch is a three position switch with the
following functions:
C. Increase the engine RPM by pressing the throttle switch
to the “CHOKE/FAST” position.
“OFF” position: While in this position, 12V DC power is shut
off to the spreader. To turn off the spreader, flip the switch
to this position.
D. It is recommended that the clutch only be engaged at the
lowest possible speed without stopping the engine. This
practice will prevent premature spinner chain failure and
chain tension loss.
“ON” position: While in this position, 12V DC power is
turned on to the spreader.
E. Do not repeatedly use the “Blast” function for the clutch.
This practice will prevent premature clutch and flex coupler
failure and breakage.
“START” position: While holding in this position, the
spreader’s engine starter is activated.
5. Spinner/Chute Assembly Operation
C. The throttle switch is a two position switch with the following functions:
“CHOKE/FAST” position: While in this position, the engine
speed will increase until the engine linkage reaches its
choke position.
“IDLE” position: While in this position, the engine speed
will decrease.
2. Starting the Engine
A. Verify that the clutch switch and ignition switch on the
cab control box are in the “OFF” position.
RIGHT INTERNAL
BAFFLE
B. Turn the vehicle’s ignition to the “ON” position.
C. Press the spreader’s ignition switch to the “ON” position.
D. Press the throttle switch on the cab control box to the
“Idle” position and hold for approximately two seconds.
REAR BAFFLE
E. Hold the ignition switch in the “START” position.
RIGHT EXTERNAL
BAFFLE
A. The spread pattern and the amount of material dispensed
is dependant on the following factors:
1. Engine RPM.
2. Feed gate position.
3. Baffle settings.
F. While the engine is cranking, press and hold the throttle
switch to the “CHOKE/FAST” position.
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B. Keep the following rules in mind:
• Decreasing engine RPM will decrease the
amount of material coming to the spinner.
• Increasing engine RPM will increase the amount
of material coming to the spinner.
• Size of the feed gate opening will increase or
decrease the amount of material coming to the
spinner.
E. Check and maintain the correct oil level for both the
engine crankcase and the gearbox. The engine crankcase is
filled with 1 quart of SAE 5W-30 motor oil at the factory. The
gearbox is filled with SAE 90 gear lubricant at the factory.
CAUTION
The engine crankcase and gearbox must be filled
and maintained with oil. The engine crankcase oil
must be of the correct viscosity for the intended
spreader operating conditions. Refer to the engine’s
owner manual to determine the correct viscosity.
Operating the engine or gearbox without oil (or
without a sufficient amount of oil) can cause permanent damage to the engine or crankcase.
Below are illustrations that show the baffles effect on the
spread pattern as viewed from the top of the spinner disk.
Internal Baffle Adjustment
Both internal
baffles out
Left baffle in,
Right baffle out
Spreader Maintenance
Right baffle in,
Left baffle out
1. Use dielectric grease on all electrical connections before
an electrical connection is made or after a connector is disconnected.
External Baffle Adjustment
All baffles adjusted
down for a confined
spread pattern
Right baffle deflects
material down;
heavy on right side
2. Grease the following:
• Idler shaft bearings (2)
• Drive shaft bearings (2)
• Spinner shaft bearings (2)
• Flanged bearing located between
gearbox and clutch.
• Gearbox input shaft (if equipped with fitting)
Left baffle deflects
material down;
heavy on left side
3. Check gearbox oil level periodically and maintain the oil
level by adding appropriate lubricant.
6. Precautions
4. Fill the engine crankcase with recommended oil to the full
line. Read the engine owner’s manual for the recommended
oil viscosity for your operating conditions. Check the oil level
periodically and maintain the oil level. Clean and lubricate
engine’s choke throttle linkage.
CAUTION
Always follow the following precautions so as not
to cause damage to the spreader.
A. If the feed chain does not move because of dense material
or a material jam, remove all material from the hopper and
free the chain.
5. Check the Feed Chain tension periodically.
A. To check the tension, measure in 21"-25" from the rear
edge of the sills. Push up on the chain with your hand. The
conveyor chain should lift up 2"-3" off the conveyor chain
guide or cross angles.
B. If the material in the hopper freezes, move the spreader
into a warm area to thaw.
Feed
Chain
C. To prevent the feed chain from freezing, do not store material in the spreader.
D. The gearbox is designed to only accept torque from the
input shaft. Therefore, DO NOT ATTEMPT TO FREE THE
FEED CHAIN BY USING A PIPE OR SIMILAR TOOL TO
MOVE OR DISLODGE THE CHAIN. If the feed chain is
moved, the gears within the gearbox will strip. This action
will void all warranties.
Rear of Sill
Extension
21" - 25"
2" - 3"
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Throttle Motor Assembly Instructions
(diagram on pg. 8)
6. Maintain the correct tension on the following roller
chains:
A. Engine to Gearbox Input Sprocket.
B. Spinner Shaft to Gearbox Input Sprocket.
CAUTION
Improper installation of the throttle motor assembly can result in damage to the engine choke/throttle linkage.
The correct chain tension allows 5/16" deflection midway
between respective sprockets. Oil both roller chains often,
and at the end of each season.
To loosen or tighten Chain A: loosen the four (4) 3/8-16 X
1 carriage bolts that fasten the engine mount stand to the
engine deck and slide the engine mount stand.
Removal Instructions:
1. Carefully observe the existing installation and mark the
position of the throttle control bracket on the engine mount
stand.
To loosen or tighten Chain B: First, loosen the spinner chute
fasteners and slide the spinner/chute assembly. If additional
adjustment is needed, loosen the spinner shaft bearing bolts
and slide the spinner shaft. Be sure to maintain the vertical
alignment of the spinner shaft and bearings before tightening the hardware.
2. Disconnect the wire connections.
3. Remove the 1/4-20 fasteners that hold the throttle control
bracket to the engine mount stand. Remove the throttle motor assembly.
Installation Instructions:
1. Connect the electrical wiring. Only connect the brown
wire to brown wire and red wire to red wire.
CAUTION
Do not over-tension either roller chain. Over-tensioning can cause damage to bearings, roller chain,
sprockets, or the engine.
2. Run the new throttle motor until the crank is within opening of the throttle control bracket.
7. Empty the spreader of all ice control material when not in
use to prevent a frozen feed chain.
3. Fasten the new throttle motor to the throttle control
bracket using the existing hardware.
8. Wash out the spreader when it is not in use. At the end of
the season wash out the spreader to remove all ice control
materials. Thoroughly dry all metal surfaces. Paint and oil all
bare metal surfaces and chains to protect from rust. Properly
store the spreader for the next season.
4. Place the throttle pin assembly on the crank of the throttle
motor using hole in the middle of
plastic block.
5. Place the assembly onto the engine mount stand by inserting the throttle pin into the engine choke/throttle linkage
slider.
9. To minimize problems and extend the life of the electric
clutch, the following procedures are recommended:
A. At the end of the season, remove and clean the clutch.
6. Keeping the throttle pin assembly parallel to the engine
choke/throttle linkage bolt the assembly to the engine mount
stand with the existing hardware.
B. After cleaning, coat both mating surfaces of the clutch
with oil or light grease.
7. Run throttle motor in both directions until the slider in
choke/throttle linkage stops against choke/throttle linkage
bracket. Adjust position of throttle bracket if necessary.
C. Remove oil and grease prior to using the clutch again.
10. Engine Repair
A. Maintain the spreader engine according to the engine
owner’s manual. This manual is shipped with the spreader.
The engine warranty is covered by the engine’s manufacturer. If engine service is required, contact an authorized
service center for the engine’s manufacturer.
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Repair Parts - Engine Subassembly
Itempart no.
1 3006853
2
-
3
-
4
-
5
-
6 1410709
7
1411911
8
-
9
1411915
10
KS402
11 1306070
12
-
13
-
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4
4
4
4
1
1
4
1
1
1
3
3
itempart no.
Stand, Engine Mount
Washer, Lock 5/16"
Nut, Hex 5/16"
Washer, Flat 5/16"
Screw, 5/16-18 x 1.5 Gr 5
Throttle Motor Assembly
Retainer, Throttle Motor Bracket
Washer, Flat 1/4 SAE
Sprocket, Engine Drive
Key, 1/4" x 2"
Solenoid
Nut, Hex 1/4-20
Washer, Lock 1/4"
qty.description
14
-
15 3006887
15 3005709
16 1411910
17 3001378
18 3001379
19
-
20
-
21
-
22
-
23
-
24 3003228
24 1410714
5
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
-
3
3
1
1
Screw, 1/4-20 x 3/4" Gr 5
Engine, Gas, 10½ HP Briggs & Stratton
Engine, Gas, 10 HP Tecumseh
Throttle Pin Assembly
Cable, Battery 14" (Black)
Cable, Battery 14" (Red)
Terminal, 1/4" Ring
Terminal, 5/16" Ring
Red Wire, 16 GA
Screw, #8-32 x 5/8" Machine. Pan HD
Nut, #8-32 Nylock
Bracket, Throttle Control, Briggs & Stratton
Bracket, Throttle Control, Tecumseh
5
4
15
16
23
8
6
22
12
17
24
10
13
9
20
18
21
19
1
7
11
14
2
3
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Repair Parts - Spinner/Chute Assembly
ITEM
PART NO.QTY.
1 3001306
1 3001405
1 3002114
1 3002120
2 FPC007800075
3 1420014
4 3004611
5 1420015
6 FPC013000100
7
8
9
10
11 1420016
12 1420018
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
1
4
4
4
4
3
2
DESCRIPTION
ITEM
CHUTE HOUSING SUBASSEMBLY-STD CS
CHUTE HOUSING SUBASSEMBLY-EXT CS
CHUTE HOUSING SUBASSEMBLY STD SST
CHUTE HOUSING SUBASSEMBLY EXT SST
COTTER PIN, 5/64 X 3/4
CLEVIS SHEAR PIN, 1/4 X 2-1/2
SPINNER DISC 11.5 DIA. POLY
CONTROL ROD
COTTER PIN, 1/8 X 1
H. HEAD CAP SCREW 3/8-16 X 3/4 GR5
HEX NUT 3/8-16
3/8 FLATWASHER
3/8 LOCKWASHER
HAIRPIN COTTER, 3/32 X 2
LYNCH PIN, 3/8 X 1-3/4
PART NO.QTY.
13
4
14
4
15
4
16 1420101
2
17 1420150
1
17 142X150
1
18 KS301
1
19 1420004
1
20 1410711
1
21 3002225
1
22 141055K
1
22 141065K
1
DESCRIPTION
H. HEAD CAP SCREW, 3/8-16 X 3/4, GR5
3/8 FLATWASHER
3/8 LOCKWASHER
PILLOW BLOCK BEARING, 3/4”
SPINNER SHAFT-STD
SPINNER SHAFT-EXT
KEY, 3/16” SQUARE X 1”
SPROCKET, 24 TOOTH W/ SET SCREW
ROLLER CHAIN, #40, W/ 80 LINKS
COLLAR, .75 DIA LOCK WITH TWO SET
SCREWS,3/16 KEYWAY
KIT,STD LG , SHAFT, BEARING,SPROCKET,
SPINNER DISK, & HDW
KIT EXT LG,SHAFT, BEARING, SPROCKET,
SPINNER DISK, & HDW
20
19
21
15
14
18
13
16
10
9
17
8
1
7
3
11
2
5
22
4
12
6
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Repair Parts - Drive Subassembly
itempart no.
1 3006861
1 3007189
2 1410720
-
1410702
3 1401150
4 1411000
5 1411800
6 3006856
6 3007184
7 1410717
8 3001363
9 1410216
10
-
11
-
12 1411500
13
-
14
-
15 3006917
15 3005735
16 3002390
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1
1
1
1
1
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1
1
2
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4
4
2
2
2
1
1
2
itempart no.
Engine Deck Weldment SST
Engine Deck Weldment Carbon Steel
Gearbox Assembly
Sprocket, 16 Tooth
Clutch Assembly
Bearing, 2-Hole Flanged, 1" ID
Sprocket, Clutch 52 Tooth
Engine Shroud Weldment SST
Engine Shroud Weldment Carbon Steel
Battery, 12 VDC
Bracket, Battery Mount
Sponge, Rubber
Screw, 1/2-13 x 1 Gr 5
Washer, Lock 1/2"
Collar, 1" ID
Screw, 5/16-18 x 1-1/2 Gr 5
Washer, Flat 5/16 SAE
Engine, Assembly 10½ HP Briggs & Stratton
Engine, Assembly 10 HP Tecumseh
Pin, Pivot 3/16 x 1-5/8"
17
-
18
-
19
-
20
-
21
-
22
-
23
-
24 3002113
24 3001381
25 3002398
25 3000281
26 3002392
27
-
28
-
29
-
30
-
31 1412300
32 1413200
33
-
qty.description
3
4
6
4
4
5
3
1
1
2
2
2
7
7
7
7
1
1
2
Screw, 5/16 - 18 x 5/8"
Bolt, Carriage 3/8-16 x 1"
Washer, Flat 3/8 USS
Washer, Lock 3/8"
Nut, Hex 3/8-16
Washer, Lock 5/16"
Nut, Hex 5/16-18
Guard, Engine Base SST
Guard, Engine Base Carbon Steel
Strap, Rubber Latch Carbon Steel Spreaders
Strap, Rubber Latch SST Spreaders
Cotter Pin 1/16 dia. x 1/2" SST
Screw, 1/4-20 x 3/4 Gr 5
Nut, Hex 1/4-20
Washer, Flat 1/4" SAE
Washer, Lock 1/4"
Chain, #40 Roller, 78 Pitches
Grommet, 1-1/2' Rubber
Pin. Hair Cotter 3/32 x 2 SST
15
31
12
7
17
22
27
28
5
29
23
3
8
32
9
12
21
4
22
20
24
19
27
29
30
33
28
26
18
1
14
13
2
6
10
10
11
25
16
Quality since 1946
Repair Parts - Drive Subassembly
ITEM
PART NO.QTY.
1
1410200
2
1410250
3
1401100p
3
1401300
3
1401500
4
KS402
5
1410712
6
3007461
7
1411001
8 1410706
9
3007952
9
3007950
10
11
12
13 1410305
2
2
1
1
1
2
1
1
2
1
1
1
2
4
4
4
DESCRIPTION
ITEM
Bearing, 2 Hole Flanged, 1-1/8” ID
Drive Sprocket, Cast
Pintle Chain Assembly 96" Spreader
Pintle Chain Assembly 72" Spreader
Pintle Chain Assembly 120" Spreader
Key, 1/4” X 1/4” X 1-1/2”
Drive Shaft
Weldment, Idler Take-up
Bearing, Idler Take-up
Coupling
Chain Guard CS
Chain Guard SST
Set Screw, 1/4-20 X 1/4”
Washer, Split Lock, 3/8-16
Nut, 3/8-16 GR 5
Screw- Leveler, 3/8-16 X 1-1/4”
PART NO.QTY.
14 1410803
15 FPC013000100
16 141050W
17
18
19
20
21 1410241
22
23 1410708
24 3002270B
24 3002270SS
25 3002269B
25 3002269SS
26
27
2
2
2
5
5
5
2
1
5
1
1
1
1
1
8
8
DESCRIPTION
Clevis Pin, 3/8” X 2”
Cotter Pin, 1/8” X 1”
Weldment, Take-up Bolt
Screw, Hhc, 1/4-20 X 1” GR 5
Nut, Hex 1/4-20 GR 5
Washer, Lock, 1/4”
Nut, Hex, 5/8-11 GR 5
Wiper Belt, Hopper
Washer, Flat, 1/4”
Wire Harness For Hopper Spreader
Sill Extention R.H. 96” Hopper
Sill Extention R.H. SST
Sill Extention L.H. 96” Hopper
Sill Extention L.H. SST
Screw, Btn HD Soc Cap 1/2-13 X 1” SST
Nut, Hx Flng 1/2-13 SST
6
7
23
16
20
25
19
18
22
21
17
27
3
12
26
11
14
13
9
24
2
4
5
10
1
8
15
11
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Quality since 1946
Repair Parts - Feed Gate Assembly
Hopper Spreader Accessories
ITEM
ITEM
PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
WEIGHT
1496505
1499700SS
1499500SS
1499500
1499300SS
1493500
1493505
1493500SS
1493501SS
1493550SS
1498550
1498551
1498560
1498561
1498571
1491301
1491500
1491501
1491700
1491701
Spreader Hold Down Kit, 1-3/4" x 5' Straps (4)
Inverted Vee, Stainless Steel, fits SCH072SS-series
Inverted Vee, Stainless Steel, fits SCH096SS-series
Inverted Vee, Carbon Steel, fits SCH096C-series
Inverted Vee, Stainless Steel, fits SCH120SS-series
Hopper Side Extensions, 12" CS, fits 50" Wide SCH096C-series
Hopper Side Extensions, 12" CS, fits 47" Wide SCH096C-series
Hopper Side Extensions, 12" SST, fits 50" Wide SCH096SS-series
Hopper Side Extensions, 12" CS, fits 47" Wide SCH096SS-series
Hopper Side Extensions, 12" SST, fits SCH120SS-series
Heavy-Duty Top Screen, 50" wide, fits SCH096-series
Heavy-Duty Top Screen, 47" wide, fits SCH096-series
Heavy-Duty Top Screen, 50" wide, fits sSCH072-series
Heavy-Duty Top Screen, 47" wide, fits SCH072-series
Heavy-Duty Top Screen, fits SCH120-series
Tarp Kit for SCH120-series spreaders 120" x 47"
Tarp Kit for SCH096-series spreaders 96" x 50-1/2"
Tarp Kit for SCH096-series spreaders 96" x 47"
Tarp Kit for SCH072-series spreaders 72" x 50-1/2"
Tarp Kit for SCH072-series spreaders 72" x 47"
9 lbs.
12 lbs.
15 lbs.
20 lbs.
18 lbs.
160 lbs.
153 lbs.
99 lbs.
92 lbs.
106 lbs.
105 lbs.
79 lbs.
87 lbs.
63 lbs.
103 lbs
9 lbs
8 lbs.
8 lbs.
7 lbs.
7lbs.
PART NO.QTY.
1
1410108
1
1410108SS
2
1410109
2
1410109SS
3
3
4
4
5
5
6
141010W
6
141010WSS
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
1
1
1
DESCRIPTION
FEED GATE LEVER, CS
FEED GATE LEVER, SST
LEVER NUT, CS
LEVER NUT, SST
BOLT CARRIAGE 3/8-16 X 1-1/4” ZN
BOLT CARRIAGE 3/8-16 X 1-1/4” SST
3/8 FLAT WASHER ZN
3/8 FLAT WASHER SST
3/8-16 HEX LOCKNUT ZN
3/8-16 HEX LOCKNUT SST
FEED GATE PANEL WELDMENT, CS
FEED GATE PANEL WELDMENT, SST
1
2
2
2
2
3
3
3
3
3
4
4
4
4
4
5
5
5
5
5
5
4
3
2
1
12
3008005 Rev. B
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