16/20 pt - PowerTek Log Splitters, Stump Grinders, and Wood

16/20 pt - PowerTek Log Splitters, Stump Grinders, and Wood
16-20 SP/16-20 PT
POWERTEK
Model 16-20 P/16-24 P/16-20 SP/16-31SP
Stump Grinders
Operation & Maintenance Manual
PowerTek Inc.
P.O. Box 3
Lebanon, In. 46052
1-877-769-7835
2-23-09
TABLE OF CONTENTS
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
WARNINGS SAFETY...........…...............................................……………………………….2-3
HOW TO USE YOUR STUMPER...........………..........................………....………………….4
WORK ZONE............................……………….……………………………….………………..5
INITIAL INSPECTION...........................................................………………………………….6
TRANSPORTATION & SET-UP......................………….………………………..................6-7
OPERATION.....................................................................…………………….….………….7-10
STARTING............................................................................……………………………………7
GRINDING STUMPS..........................................................…………………...………………..8
ADJUSTABLE HANDLE FREIGHT....................................................…………………….…8
DIRECTIONAL CONTROL…………….......................………….........................….………...9
STOPPING......................…………………………………………………….…………………10
MAINTENANCE...............................................................……………………….………...11-14
ENGINE.......................................................…………………………….………………….…...11
FUEL....................................................................................………………………………….....11
BATTERY.................................................................................……………………..……….....11
BELTS.......................................................................................…………………....…………....11
CUTTER BELT REPLACEMENT...................................................…………...…………….11
HYDROSTATIC DRIVE BELT REPLACEMENT...........................………..……………...11
HOUR METER………………………………………………………………………………....11
SHARPENING CUTTERS............................................................…………………………….12
REPLACING CUTTERS...................................................................…………….…………...13
TOOTH GAUGE......................................................……………........…………………..….…13
CUTTER WHEEL BEARINGS..........................................................…………….………….13
HYDRAULIC OIL............................................................................…………….…………….14
MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE........................................................……………………..…...14
EXPLODED VIEW 16/20 SP & 16/24 SP............................................……………………….15
PARTS LIST 16/20 SP & 16/24 SP.........................…………………………….…………......16
EXPLODED VIEW 16/20 P & 16/24 P....…....................................………………….…..…..17
PARTS LIST 16/20 P & 16/24 P.................................................………………….………......18
ELECTRICAL SCHEMATICS…………...............................................……………………..19
WARRANTY INFORMATION.............................................….……………………..…...20-21
1
WARNINGS
POWERTEK
! WARNING
WARNING TO PURCHASERS OF INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINE EQUIPPED MACHINERY
OR DEVICES IN THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA:
The equipment that you have purchased does not have a spark arrester muffler. If this equipment is to be
used on any forest or brush covered land or grass covered un-improved land in the State of California, the
law requires that a spark arrester muffler be installed and be in effective working order. The spark
arrester must be attached to the exhaust system and comply with Section 4442 of the California Public
Resource Code.
The engine exhaust from this equipment contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause
cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm.
! WARNING
This manual contains vital information for the safe use and efficient operation of this equipment.
Carefully read this operation maintenance manual before using this equipment, as failure to adhere to the
instructions could result in death, serious bodily injury and/or property damage.
The Stump Grinder is to be used only for grinding tree stumps. Using this machinery for any other
purpose may cause injury and or property damage. Improper use of the grinder will void the
warranty.
2
SAFETY
POWERTEK
1. Read the entire owner's manual carefully before operating the stump
grinder. Also, read the entire Engine Operator's Handbook. Familiarize
yourself with the, proper use of the Stumper. Know the controls and how to
stop quickly.
2. Do not allow children to operate the stump grinder. Do not allow adults to
operate the stump grinder without proper instruction- Do, not allow anyone to
operate the stump grinder who is not acquainted with the Safety Instructions.
3. Be especially watchful of children and pets darting into the operating area
and/or danger zone.
4. Wear protective clothing-long pants and heavy work boots as well as ear
and eye protection while operating the Stumper.
5. Keep your mind and eyes on the machine while operating it. Do not let others
distract you.
6. Check the stump grinder for any loose parts before operating.
7. Never place hands or feet anywhere near the cutter blade. The blade is larger
than it appears when it is operating.
8. Make sure you are aware of the location of any pipes (water, gas, electrical,
etc.) above or below the ground.
9. Clear the work area of all foreign objects such as sticks stones wires, etc.
10. Turn off clutch before moving
11. Never operate the unit without the safety guards in place and operating
properly. Keep equipment in good working condition.
12. Take all possible precautions when leaving unit unattended. Stop engine
and remove ignition key to prevent unauthorized use.
13. When refueling machine: shut off engine, do not smoke or allow any hot or
burning material near.
14. Before removing or replacing teeth or belts, or before performing any
maintenance: shut off engine and wait for all moving parts to stop,
disconnect spark plug wire' and remove key.
15. Stability: The stump grinder has a narrow wheelbase and can become
unstable under adverse conditions. Always go straight up or down on steep
hills. Avoid steep side angles. When grinding avoid dropping one wheel into a
hole to avoid a side tip of the unit.
16. When stump grinder is being transported on a trailer or in a truck make sure
the machine is securely fastened to prevent property damage.
3
STUMP GRINDER USAGE
POWERTEK
BEFORE YOU CUT:
Before you start to grind the stump, remove all debris-dirt, rocks, metal, and loose woodfrom around the area of the stump before the first cut. Be sure to remove any debris that may also
be embedded in the tree stump itself. Debris can wear or damage the cutting teeth and can be a
safety hazard. If the teeth meet these foreign objects, the stump cutter can propel these objects
great distances.
Before you start the machine, become familiar with all of the controls on the stump
grinder. Locate the key switch, throttle, choke, presence handle, brake and forward or reverse
lever. Check to see if the debris curtains and guarding are in place to help reduce flying objects.
Take time to read all the decals and warnings that are on the machine. Read the operation and
maintenance manual, it will give you information that can save you time as well as prevent
serious injury.
Make sure the teeth on the cutter wheel are in good shape. Inspect them for sharpness,
freedom from nicks, and damage. Teeth can wear down quickly causing performance problems
as well as lost productivity.
When you are finished, lift the cutter wheel from the stump before shutting the engine off.
OPERATION:
The type of wood will determine how much to cut at one time. Softer woods such as
pines or firs are easier to remove than harder woods such as elm, oak, ash or maple. For harder
wood, take shallow cuts. Cutting harder woods will dull teeth faster, therefore, be prepared by
having an extra set of teeth available.
If the stump is on a hill, level the area where the stump grinder will be setting. If grinding
is attempted without leveling, the stumper could tip over. Also, engage the cutter wheel before
allowing the cutter wheel to touch the stump.
Do not take large cuts. The recommendation is to take 1-inch deep cuts and then sweep
side to side. Cuts deeper will not only slow productivity but could cause damage to the machine
as well as personnel injury. Also, start at the front of the stump and work toward the center. If the
stump is very large, it may be necessary to work from more than one side.
When grinding you may go as low as 12 inches below ground level. Make sure to clear
away all dirt, rocks, and debris before you continue to grind.
SAFETY TIPS:
The stump grinder is a powerful machine and can throw debris. Be prepared by wearing
protective clothing such as gloves, ear protection, eye protection, long pants, and heavy boots.
Never leave the operating position while the machine is engaged in a stump.
Make sure there is no one near the machine while it is in use. Use signs and/or barricades
to restrict pedestrian traffic around the danger zone. Keep all children away from the stump
grinder and the work area.
4
WORK ZONE
POWERTEK
! WARNING
When operating grinder do not allow anyone to be in the danger zone while stump
grinder is running or serious injury or death may occur.
5
INITIAL INSPECTION
POWERTEK
INSPECTION
Upon receiving your stump grinder, inspect and report any shipping damage to the carrier immediately. PowerTek is
not responsible for damage during transportation.
TIRES
Inflation pressure may change with temperature and or altitude. Check and adjust tire pressure to the tire
manufacturer's recommended tire pressure as marked on the tire of the stump grinder.
BATTERY
As a safety precaution, the positive cable has been disconnected from the battery. Remove the unit from the
shipping pallet, reconnect the cable to the terminal, and charge the battery.
ENGINE
The stump grinder engine was shipped from PowerTek with the proper amount of oil. However, you should doublecheck the level and add to or change the oil if conditions warrant. (see Engine Operators Handbook for full details).
HYDRAULIC DRIVE
The hydraulic transmission and gear reducer are shipped with the proper amount of oil. Again, double check the
levels and add to the level if needed.
PRE-USE INSPECTION
Check for any loose bolts or parts before starting or first use.
PREPARATION:
Unit should not be operated until the owner's manual is read, all safety decals are noted and the user has complete
knowledge of all controls.
TRANSPORTATION & SET- UP
POWERTEK
TRANSPORTATION
It is the responsibility of the owner and/or operator to be aware of and abide by all applicable state and
local regulations regarding transport of equipment and trailers (i.e. lights, tags, registration, etc.). Pick-up
truck or similar vehicle may be used to transport the machine. The stump grinder may also be transported
on any suitable trailer. Make sure it is properly secured.
SET-UP
The following procedures should be performed before each use of the stump grinder.
Check the unit for any loose parts. Tighten nuts and bolts and make sure all safety guards and devices
(Belt Guard, Brakes, Kill Switch and Clutch Switch) are securely in place and working. Please check all
cutters to make sure they are tight.
Check the cutters for dulling. It is important to keep cutters sharpened by grinding or replacing them.
Dull cutters will cause excessive engine wear and poor performance. See the Maintenance Instructions for
details.
Check the oil and fuel level in the engine. Follow the Engine Operators Handbook if fluid needs to be
added or changed.
Check the air filter. The air filter should be cleaned of dust regularly. See the Engine Operators
Handbook for details.
Check the tension of the engine belts. The cutter wheel belts should have a deflection at the center of
3/8", under 15-lbs. deflection. Recheck belt tension after every use.
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TRANSPORTATION & SET-UP (Cont.)
POWERTEK
Check the hydraulic oil level. See the Maintenance Instructions for checking the hydraulic oil
level.
Gas Tank Vent. When operating the stump grinder, make sure the gas tank vent is open. (It is
threaded vent.) If the vent is not open the stump grinder will not run properly. Close Vent when
transporting the stump grinder or re-fueling the gas tank (Fig. 1).
(Fig. 1)
OPERATION
POWERTEK
STARTING (Fig. 2 & 3)
1.
2.
3.
4.
Turn the electric clutch switch off. The engine will not start if the clutch switch is on.
Pull the choke all the way out.
Slide the throttle to about 1/4 throttle.
Depress the operator presence control bar and turn the ignition switch until you hear the
engine start.
5. Keep the control bar depressed and push the choke back in.
Important Note: The control bar is designed as a safety feature. The engine will
not start or operate without depressing the presence control bar.
(Fig. 2)
(Fig. 3)
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OPERATION
POWERTEK
GRINDING STUMPS
1. Start the engine according to instructions
2. Use the throttle to gradually bring the RPM’s up to full speed.
3. To move the stump grinder, gradually push the drive handle forward. Full handle forward is
walking speed. Pull back on the drive handle to travel in reverse.
4. Position the cutter wheel over the front edge of the stump and set the brake. You may need to
adjust the handle position for better leverage depending on the height of the stump.
5. Once you have maneuvered the stump grinder near a stump, turn the clutch switch on to
engage the cutter wheel. When the engine is cold, you may have to flip clutch switch off and
on quickly to keep the engine running.
6. Slowly lower the stump grinder until the wheel comes in contact with the stump. Move the
stump grinder back and forth in a long slow sweeping motion. Maintain the same elevation
until a section has been removed, then lower stump grinder to take out the next section and
continue until the front part of the stump is removed.
7. When the front part of the stump has been removed, release the brake and move the grinder
forward to the new edge, and reset the brake.
8. Repeat Steps 6 and 7 until the stump is completely removed. Do not exceed 12" below ground
level or 18" above the ground.
9. Turn the clutch switch off and wait for the cutter wheel to stop spinning before moving.
Important Note: For better performance and to avoid excessive clutch wear, run the engine at full
throttle during operation.
ADJUSTABLE HANDLE HEIGHT
The handle can be raised or lowered to provide different leverages to better handle
different stump heights. (Maximum stump height 18" above ground. Maximum
below ground cut is 12")
! CAUTION
Shut off engine and wait for all moving parts to stop before adjusting handle.
TO ADJUST THE HEIGHT:
Holding the handle firmly, pull the handle lock pin to unlock the handle. Raise or lower the
handle as needed and let the lock pin slip back into one of the holes in the bracket.
To lock the handle in the towing position:
1. Remove the handle fold-up link from the info tube.
2. Push the handle all the way forward and hold it firmly in its upright position.
3. Slide the link (hole end) onto the handle lock pin and slide the other end (peg end) into the
topmost hole of the bracket.
4. Replace the hairpin cotters in the lock pin and link.
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OPERATION
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DIRECTIONAL CONTROL (SP)
The drive system consists of a hydrostatic transmission and differential axle assembly. The
hydrostatic control lever at the handle bar, controls forward and reverse, and automatically
returns to neutral or stop when released. Always 'feather" the finger control lever-easing it into
the direction desired. Pushing the control lever forward propels the grinder forward, pulling the
control lever back reverses the grinder (Fig. 4).
!
! CAUTION
Pushing the hydrostatic lever full forward may cause stump grinder to jump forward,
injury or property damage may occur. Use light pressure on hydrostatic lever to
maintain proper control of stumper.
(Fig. 4)
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OPERATION
POWERTEK
BY PASS CONTROL (SP)
The hydrostatic also has a 'by-pass" control which enables the operator to manually move the
machine when desired. This control is located at the rear of the main frame-lower left-hand side
and is clearly identified. To put the grinder in a "free-wheeling mode" rotate the bypass handle
up until it locks in place. To return it to powered travel, lower the bypass handle to original
position. See Fig. 5.
! CAUTION
DO NOT start or run the engine with the “by-pass” lever in the “up” or the “freewheeling” position! DAMAGE will occur to the hydrostatic transmission. Use the “up”
position ONLY when you wish to move the unit manually without the engine running.
(Fig. 5)
STOPPING (SP)
1. Turn the clutch switch off.
2. Gradually reduce the throttle down idle.
3. Turn the ignition switch off.
4. Release presence control bar remember the stump grinder will not restart until clutch switch is
turned off. Releasing the presence control bar will stop the stumper at anytime.
Important Note: Make sure to allow the cutter wheel to stop spinning before lowering the
stump grinder nose to the ground.
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MAINTENANCE
POWERTEK
ENGINE
Follow the instructions in the Engine Operators Manual for all maintenance of the engine such as checking the oil,
cleaning air filters, etc.
FUEL
Use standard unleaded gasoline in the stump grinder engine.
BELTS
Check the condition and tension of the drive belts before each operation. When properly tensioned, the belts should
give a 3/8" deflection at the center span under approx. 15 lbs. of pressure.
CUTTER BELT REPLACEMENT
If the belts are excessively warm or can no longer be properly tensioned, they must be replaced. Use a 2A94 size
belt when replacing the belt. To remove cutter belt, lightly loosen the tensioner bolt and the pivot bolt on the
backside of the belt cover in front of the engine. Place tensioner wrench between the two tension bolts. Push the
wrench handle away from the cutter wheel. Remove belt. Replace with new belt. Pull wrench handle toward cutter
wheel until proper tension of 3/8" at 15 lbs. is attained. Hold wrench as you tighten the tensioner bolt and pivot bolt.
Replace belt cover. See fig. 6 & 7.
HYDROSTATIC DRIVE BELT REPLACEMENT
To remove hydrostatic drive belt, remove cutter belt as described above. Loosen the clutch bracket and remove.
Loosen idler pulley and slide forward. Remove belt. Replace with a new AX-35 belt. Replace belt over clutch
pulley, hydro pulley, and idler pulley. Slide idler pulley until belt is tensioned to 3/8" at 15lbs. Tighten idler pulley.
Replace clutch bracket and re-tighten. Replace cutter drive belt as above. Replace belt cover. See fig. 7.
(Fig. 6)
(Fig. 7)
HOUR METER
The meter is fully automatic with a display that may be read at all times, whether the engine is on or off. During
running times, engine RPM is shown; after shut down, Accumulated Running Time is shown.
After 25 hour of running time, the meter will automatically blink as a signal for oil change. It will continue to blink
for a (2) hour period of accumulated running time (ie., 25 to 27 hours). The next alert will automatically appear in
25 hours. No re-set is required.
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MAINTENANCE
POWERTEK
SHARPENING CUTTERS
The cutters should be sharpened frequently for higher performance and a longer life. It is also
easier to grind them if they are ground often.
*You will need a carbide-grinding wheel (green wheel) to sharpen them. Use a coarse grinding
wheel to grind the steel shank. Be sure to maintain the back grind of 15 degrees (approximately).
The cutters must be replaced when the tooth has been sharpened so that 1/4" (approximately) of
the carbide is left.
(Fig. 8)
TOOTH SELECTION
WHEN ORDERING TEETH USE THIS GUIDE TO ORDER SINGLE TEETH.
16265 (L.H.)
16263 (ST.)
12
16264 (R.H.)
MAINTENANCE
POWERTEK
REPLACING CUTTERS (Fig. 9)
Remember before you replace any cutters you must turn the engine off, wait for moving
parts to stop, remove the key from the ignition and remove wires from spark plugs.
1. Put the handle in the transport position and tilt the Stumper all the way back until it rests
firmly on the ground.
2. To make cutter replacement easier, you can slide tensioner wrench handle through the hole in
the cutter guard and cutter wheel. This will prevent the wheel from turning during blade
replacement.
3. Loosen the allen head bolts (16262) from each of the cutter pockets and remove the cutters.
4. Install the new cutters in pairs alternating the cutters as shown.
5. Tighten the allen head bolts only tight enough to hold the cutters in the pockets, make sure all
of the cutters are extended past the cutter wheel equally. (Fig. 10)
6. Torque each allen head bolt to 175 ft. lbs. (alternating as you tighten) to lock the cutters in the
pockets.
7. Once you have installed all of the cutters, double check to make sure all the allen head
bolts have been tightened securely and make sure all the cutters are equally extended. NOTE:
cutter wheel viewed from bottom of stumper. (Fig. 9)
Important Note: Do not operate the Stumper if any of the cutters are missing. This will
cause the cutter wheel to be out of balance. Also, make sure all of the pockets are the same
kind.
(Fig. 9)
(Fig. 10)
(Fig. 11)
CUTTER WHEEL BEARINGS (Fig. 11)
Grease -cutter wheel bearing every 40 hours of operation NOTE: DO NOT OVERGREASE.
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MAINTENANCE
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HYDRAULIC OIL
Use- SAE 2OW Hydraulic Oil - In hydraulic Pump (16267) only. You will need to check the
hydraulic oil level in both the transmission and the gear reducer. To check the transmission read
the level mark located on the bottom of the fill cup. Use SAE 2OW hydraulic oil to fill the
hydrostatic transmission. To check the gear reducer (16268) you will need to get, underneath the
stump grinder. After removing the orange plug, you can check the level with your fingertip or
use a squeeze container to fill the reducer until some oil drips out of the hole. Then re-plug the
hole. Use SAE 90 weight gear lube in gear reducer, (See fig 12).
Check
Hydraulic Oil
CheckGear
Reducer Oil
(Fig. 12)
MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE
Daily
Check engine oil
Check Machine Tire Pressure
Inspect/Check Engine Cooling Fins
Check for Loose Bolts
Check Hitch and Safety Chains (PT only)
Check Stump Grinder Teeth
Check Air Cleaner
Grease Bearings
Check Belts for Proper Tension
Check Hyd. Transmission Oil Level (SPH)
Check that Clutch is Working Properly
Check Rubber Guards
Check and Gap Spark Plugs
Weekly
Monthly
Yearly/as Required
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Change Engine Oil as Indicated in Engine Manufacturers Owners Manual
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78
143
31
32
58
5
57
78
28
7-18-07
47
77
125
124
47
110
55
52
123
139
121
141
3
120
2
27
56
6
142
60
93
135
136
132
137
138
140
87
101
88
102
49
96
109
59 50
139
61
4 71
104
105
7
51
70
94
15
74
79
17
33
34
8
134
111
46
30
1
103
63
83
84
69
68
85
91
18
19
73
74
80
95
66
14
65
48
44
90
16
62
21
25
26
64
96
20 92
11
12
54
89
75
73
97
98
43 86
53
100
36
40
35
10
29
93
108
45
99
82
41
25
26
131
129
67
132
66
76
69
106
127
81
107
72
35
42
22
24
130
133
128
13
39
76
23
9
38
37
15
POWERTEK
PARTS BREAKDOWN 16/20 SP
PARTS LIST 16/20 SP
Key
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
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24
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57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
Part No. Qty
16200
1
16201
1
16202
1
16203
1
16209
2
16205
1
16207
1
16208
1
16353
1
16211
2
16212
1
16213
1
16215
1
72646
1
16216
1
16217
1
16219
1
16220
1
16221
1
16222
1
16223
1
16224
1
16225
1
16226
1
16227
1
16228
2
16229
2
16230
1
16231
1
16232
1
16233
1
16234
1
16235
1
16236
1
16237
1
16238
3
16239
1
16240
1
16241
1
16242
1
16243
1
16244
1
16245
1
16246
1
16247
1
16249
1
16250
1
16251
2
16252
1
16253
1
16365
1
16354
1
16255
1
16256
1
16257
1
16258
1
16356
1
16260
6
16261
6
16262
12
16263
6
16265
3
16264
3
16266
1
16267
1
16268
1
16269
1
16270
2
16271
1
16272
1
16273
2
16275
1
16276
1
16281
1
16284
2
16285
3
POWERTEK
Description
Main Frame. 1620
Taper Bushing, 1.18
Cutting Wheel Pulley
Idler, Main Drive
Main drive Belt, Single
Electric Clutch, 1.437
Clutch Bracket
Idler Pulley, 3”
Frame Control Handle
J-Bolt, Battery Hold Down
Red, Positive Cable
Black, Negative Cable
Tach/Hour Meter thru S/N
Tach/Hour Meter S/N 61497/up
Gas Cap
Gas Tank, Includes Cap
Adjustment Tool
Inner Belt Guard
Curtain Mount, Left
Curtain, Left
Curtain Mount, Rear
Curtain, Rear
Rt. Curtain Mnt, Long
Rt. Curtain Mnt, Short
Right Curtain
Rear Side Curt. Mount
Rear Side Curtain
Outer Rear Belt Guard
Outer Front belt Guard
Battery Hold Down (2)
Gas Tank Strap
Info Tube thru S/N 61496 only
Tube Strap thru S/N 61496 only
Male Fuel Coupling
Female Fuel Coupling
Spring, Kill Switch
Dump Valve Handle
Presence Handle
Clutch Switch
Brake Handle
Brake Cable
Kill Switch
Shut Off Rod
Spring, Handle Lock
Transmission Gasket
Forward/Reverse Cable
Hydro Control Arm
Pillow Block Bearing
Cable Support
Clutch Stabilizer
Clutch Stabilizer (1624 only)
Idler Arm
Belt Tensioner Bracket
Cutter Shaft
Hydro Brake Bracket
Shut Off Rod
Cutter Wheel
Threaded Tooth Pocket
Counter Bore Tooth Pocket
Pocket Bolt
Straight Tooth
Left Hand Tooth
Right Hand Tooth
1 ½” Muffler Clamp
Eaton Hydro Transmission
Peerless Transaxle
12 Tooth Gear
Wheel Hub
Wheel Assembly, RH
Wheel Assembly, LH
Snap Ring
Pulley, 3” x 1.437 Bore
Pulley, 3” x 17MM Bore
Hydro Valve Control Lever
Woodruff Key, Axle
Woodruff Key, Transmission
16
Key
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
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91
92
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141
142
143
Part No. Qty
Description
16286
1
Dump Valve Knob
16287
2
Presence Handle Spacer
16288
1
Info Tube Pad thru S/N 61496 only
16289
2
Info Tube End Caps thru S/N 61496 only
16291
1
3/8” Clutch Bushing
16292
1
LH Wheel Spacer, Short
16293
1
RH Wheel Spacer, Long
16294
1
Adj. Pin Handle Grip
16295
2
Tension Adj. Spacers
16296
1
Transmission Gear Spacer
16297
1
Retaining Ring, M17
16298
1
Pin, Handle Lock
16299
1
Idler Spacer
18105
1
Belt, AX-35
18123
1
Battery
20118
1
Engine, 20HP Kohler (1620 SP)
16336
1
Engine, 24HP Honda (1624 SP)
72673
1
Engine 31HP Briggs Van. (1631 SP)
20119
1
Muffler Kit, 20HP Kohller (1620 SP)
16337
1
Muffler Kit, 24HP Honda (1624 SP)
16359
1
Muffler w/Shield 31HP Va. (1631 SP)
28801
2
1” x 4” Clevis Pin
28839
2
Fuel Line Clamp
5001002 8
½” Lug Nuts
5001225 8
½” Wheel Hub Stud
16310
1
Fuel Line, 48”
16313
2
Wire Stop
16314
1
Ball Joint
16316
1
Handle Fold-Up Link
16318
1
Shield, Right Curtain
16320
1
Main Idler Bushing
16325
1
1/8” Clutch Bushing
16326
1
Guard Lock Tab
72522
1
Clutch Retainer
72523
1
Retainer Bolt
16338
1
Cover Plate S/N 61497/up only
16339
1
Manual Pack S/N 61497/up only
16355
1
Axle curtain, RH
16357
1
Wheel Slot Cover
5000408 1
½-12 x 1” Shoulder Bolt
5000406 1
½-12 x ¾ Shoulder Bolt
16290
Complete Decal Set
16290A
Decal, Clutch Switch
16290B
Decal, Transmission Valve
16290C
Decal, Caution Stumps Only
16290D
Decal, Warning Don’t Move
16290E
Decal, Belt Tension
16290F
Decal, Danger Cutter Wheel
799021
Brake Pad
162171
Float Assembly, 3&6 gal. tank
162172
Pick-Up Assembly, 3&6 gal.tank
Optional Accessories
16300
Counter Bore Mnt.,Std Angle
16301
Counter Bore Mnt., Straight
16303
Tooth, Deep Dish, Hard Carbide
16304
Threaded Mnt., Std. Angle
16305
Threaded Mnt., Straight
16327
Transport Wheel Assembly
16327A
Caster Tube, Transport Wheel
45060A
Caster Yoke
68050
Pneumatic Wheel
45061
Nylon Washer
16218
Clevis Pin, 3/8” s 2 ¼”
7500802
¾” Flat Washer
16328
Gauge Wheel Assembly
16328A
Mount Arm, Gauge Wheel
16328B
Adjustment arm, Gauge Wheel
16328C
Wheel Spacer, Gauge Wheel
32104
Wheel
85226
Bent Pin
500126
Bolt, ½” -13 x 3 ¼”
16352A
Mirror Mount Arm
16352B
Mirror, Convex
16352
Sight Mirror Assembly
3-31-09
PARTS BREAKDOWN 16/20 P
17
POWERTEK
PARTS LIST 16/20 P
Key
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
Part No. Qty
16200
1
16201
1
16202
1
16203
1
16209
2
16205
1
16207
1
16353
1
16211
2
16212
1
16213
1
16215
1
72646
1
16216
1
16217
1
16219
1
16220
1
16221
1
16222
1
16223
1
16224
1
16225
1
16226
1
16227
1
16228
2
16229
2
16230
1
16231
1
16232
1
16233
1
16234
1
16235
1
16236
1
16237
1
16238
1
16240
1
16241
1
16242
1
16243
1
16244
1
16245
1
16246
1
16251
2
16253
1
16354
1
16255
1
16256
1
16356
1
16260
6
16261
6
16262
12
16263
6
16264
3
16265
3
16266
1
16321
1
16279
1
16282
1
16287
2
16288
1
16289
2
16294
1
16295
2
16298
1
16299
1
16307
1
16309
1
Description
Main Frame
Taper Bushing, 1.187
Cutting Wheel Pulley
Idler, Main Drive
Main Drive Belt, Single
Electric Clutch, 1.437
Clutch Bracket
Frame Control Handle
J-Bolt, Battery Hold Down
Red, Positive Cable
Black, Negative Cable
Tach/Hour Meter thru S/N 61496
Tach/Hour Meter S/N 61497/up
Gas Cap
Gas Tank, Includes Cap
Adjustment Tool
Inner Belt Guard
Curtain Mount, Left
Curtain, Left
Curtain Mount, Rear
Curtain, Rear
Rt. Curtain Mnt, Long
Rt. Curtain Mnt, Short
Right Curtain
Rear Side Curt. Mount
Rear Side Curtain
Outter Rear Belt Guard
Outter Front Belt Guard
Batter Hold Down (2)
Gas Tank Strap
Info Tube thru S/N 61496 only
Tube Strap thru S/N 61496 only
Male Fuel Coupling
Female Fuel Coupling
Spring Kill Switch
Presence Handle
Clutch Switch
Brake Handle
Brake Cable
Kill Switch
Shut Off Rod
Spring, Handle Lock
Pillow Block Bearing
Clutch Stabilizer
Idler Arm
Belt Tensioner Bracket
Cutter Shaft
Cutter Wheel
Threaded Tooth Pocket
Counter Bore Tooth Pocket
Pocket Bolt
Straight Tooth
Right Hand Tooth
Left Hand Tooth
1 1/2" Muffler Clamp
Wheel Hub, PT
Wheel Hub w/ Brake Drum
Axle Assembly
Presence Handle Spacer
Info Tube Pad thru S/N 61496 only
Tube End Caps thru S/N 61496 only
Adj. Pin Handle Grip
Tension Adj. Spacers
Pin, Handle Lock
Idler Spacers
Brake Bracket Ass'y
Clutch Spacer
POWERTEK
Key
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
Part No. Qty
16308
1
16311
1
18123
1
20118
1
16336
1
20119
1
16337
1
28801
2
28839
2
5001002
10
51611
2
51667
2
16310
1
16313
1
16315
1
16316
1
16318
1
16320
1
16326
1
72522
1
72523
1
16338
1
16339
1
16355
1
16357
1
16290
16290A
16290B
16290C
16290D
16290E
16290F
162171
162172
Description
Brake Band
Brake Band Lock Pin
Battery
Engine, 20HP Kohler (1620 P)
Engine, 24HP Honda (1624 P)
Muffler Kit, 20HP Kohler (1620 P)
Muffler Kit, 24HP Honda (1624 P)
1" x 4" Clevis Pin
Fuel Line Clamps
Lug Nut, 1/2"
Wheel/Tire
Wheel Bearing Kit
Fuel Line, 48”
Wire Stop
Cover Plate
Handle Fold-Up Link
Shield, Right Curtain
Main Idler Bushing
Guard Lock Tab
Clutch Retainer
Retainer Bolt
Cover Plate S/N 61497/up only
Manual Pack S/N 61497/up only
Axle Curtain, RH
Wheel Slot Cover
Complete Decal Set 1620
Decal, Clutch Switch
Decal, Transmission Valve
Decal, Caution Stumps Only
Decal, Warning Don't Move
Decal, Belt Tension
Decal, Danger Cutter Wheel
Float Assembly, 3 & 6 gal. tank
Pick-Up Assembly, 3 & 6gal. tank
Optional Accessories
100
101
103
104
105
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
128
16300
16301
16303
16304
16305
16-20PTB
162801
85226
51625
51624
51601
16327
16327A
45060A
68050
45061
46218
7500802
16328
16328A
16328B
16328C
32104
5000126
16352A
16352B
16352
Counter Bore Mnt., Std Angle
Counter Bore Mnt., Straight
Tooth, Deep Dish, Hard Carbide
Threaded Mnt., Std. Angle
Threaded Mnt., Straight
Tow Bar Assembly, P1621
Tow Bar, P1621
Bent Pin
Safety Chain Spacer
Safety Chain
2" Coupler
Transport Wheel Ass’y
Caster Tube, Transport Wheel
Caster Yoke
Pneumatic Wheel
Nylon Washer
Clevis Pin, 3/8” x 2 ¼”
¾” Flatwasher
Gauge Wheel Assembly
Mount Arm, Gauge Wheel
Adjustment Arm, Gauge Wheel
Wheel Spacer, Gauge Wheel
Wheel
Bolt, ½”-13 x 3 ¼”
Mirror Mount Arm
Mirror, Convex
Sight Mirror Assembly
11-13-07
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ELECTRICAL SCHEMATICS POWERTEK
20HP Kohler
UE
BL
UE
BL
SP
TO LICE
EN IN
GI TO
NE B
SP
KE LUE
ON LICE
YS W
SO IN
WI IRE
LE TO
TC
NO BL
H
ID U E
WI
RE
WRAP RED
LEAD AROUND
PLUG WIRE
CLUTCH
N
EE
GR
BL
AC
K
BL
K
AC
ON
BLUE
YELLOW
N
BLUE
OFF
HOUR-METER
W OW
OW ELLO X P
U
LL
YE TO Y2V A
1
T (
E C NE
NN GI
CON EN
O
WHSPL
ITE ICE
WH ON INT
ITE ENGO
IN
E
)
ER
OPERATOR PRESENCE
KILL SWITCH
GR
CLUTCH SWITCH
N
EE
WH
ITE
24HP Honda
BL
UE
BL
UE
TO
ST
AR
SP
TE
L
RS
WI ICE
OL
RE IN
ON
ON T O
OI
SO BL
D
A
LE
NO CK/W
ID
HI
TE
WRAP
LEAD AROUND
PLUG WIRE
CLUTCH
N
EE
GR
BL
AC
K
W
LO )
EL ER
/Y OW
K
W
P
O LAC X
U
LL
YE TO B2V A
CTNE (1
E
NN GI
CON EN
O
K
AC
BL
ON
BLUE
BLUE
N
YELLOW
OFF
OPERATOR PRESENCE
KILL SWITCH
N
EE
GR
CLUTCH SWITCH
31HP VANGUARD
UE
BL
UE
BL
SP
YE LICE
LL ON
OW T
WA O TE
S O RM
SP
N A INA
RE LICE
TS LT
MO IN
OL HA
VE TO
EN T
D
Y
FR EL
OI
L
D
OM O
W
SO
W
LE IR
NO E
CLUTCH
ID
WRAP RED
LEAD AROUND
PLUG WIRE
N
EE
GR
BL
AC
K
BL
K
AC
ON
BLUE
BLUE
N
OFF
CLUTCH SWITCH
YELLOW
HOUR-METER
)
ER
OW
OW REY X P
L
U
L
YE TO G2V A
CT E (1
NE GIN
N
CON EN
O
BL SPL
AC I C
K E
WH ON INT
ITE ENGO
IN
E
OPERATOR PRESENCE
KILL SWITCH
GR
N
EE
WH
ITE
19
HOUR-METER
WH
ITE
BL S
AC PL
K/R ICE
E
WH D OINTO
ITE N E
NG
IN
E
WARRANTY
POWERTEK
WARRANTY INFORMATION
Each new product is warranted against manufacturing defects in workmanship and/or materials
under normal use and service for a period of 12 months from the date of delivery of the product to the
original purchaser. PowerTek, Inc.'s obligation under this warranty shall be limited to the replacement to
the original purchaser of any part which, as delivered to the original purchaser, and upon PowerTek, Inc.'s
examination, is shown to PowerTek, Inc.'s satisfaction, to be defective due to faulty workmanship or
materials at the factory.
This warranty does not apply to damage in transit, damage caused by user misuse, negligence,
accident, normal wear, or alterations or repairs done outside the factory and/or authorized service stations
as determined by PowerTek, Inc. This warranty does not apply to any labor charges in connection with
the replacement parts claimed to be defective.
All parts claimed to be defective must be returned to PowerTek, Inc.'s factory for inspection,
repair or replacement, with all transportation or mailing charges prepaid. It is the exclusive responsibility
of the purchaser to bear the transportation or mailing charges in any warranty claim.
This warranty specifically excludes engines or batteries, which are warranted separately by their
respective manufacturers, all claims for defective batteries; engines or engine parts must be made in
accordance with the battery and/or engine manufacturers warranty. This warranty also specifically
excludes costs of regular maintenance and replacement of service items such as belts, hoses, blades, and
similar items.
PowerTek, Inc. reserves the right to make changes upon PowerTek, Inc., products without
imposing any obligation upon PowerTek, Inc. to install the same on a product manufactured prior to the
change. PowerTek, Inc. makes no other warranties, representations or promises other than those set forth
herein. POWERTEK, INC. SPECIFICALLY DISCLAIMS ANY AND ALL IMPLIED
WARRANTIES OF FITNESS FOR PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND MERCHANTABILITY.
The remedies available to a distributor, dealer, and/or purchaser in connection with PowerTek,
Inc.'s warranty set forth above. In no event will PowerTek, Inc. be liable for special, incidental or
consequential damages.
POWERTEK, INC. WARRANTY PROCEDURE
A. All requests for warranty must have approval from PowerTek, Inc. before work starts, or the warranty
claim will be denied.
B. All requests for warranty must be made on an O.P.E. warranty claim form. This is available
from an authorized distributor or dealer on a no charge basis.
C. It is the responsibility of the distributor; dealer and/or purchaser to complete the form warranty claim
and submit it to PowerTek, Inc.
1. The form must be filled out completely. It is the sole responsibility of the purchaser to obtain
the proper and correct information for the warranty claim. Claims received without serial
numbers, model numbers, replacement part numbers, purchase dates, repair dates, purchasers
correct address, signature or other information requested by PowerTek, Inc. shall be returned
without service.
2. Warranty claims that are illegible will be returned without service. Please type or print in black
ink.
3. PowerTek, Inc. warranty makes no allowance for the time spent to fill out the
warranty claim, any such claim will be denied.
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WARRANTY INFORMATION
POWERTEK
4. All parts shall be retained and tagged for a period of sixty (60) days or until credit is
issued.
5. The factory may request parts to be returned for examination or analysis. These parts
shall be sent by prepaid freight to the PowerTek, Inc. Returns sent freight collect,
without the express, written permission of PowerTek, Inc, shall not be accepted by
PowerTek, Inc.
6. It is the responsibility of the dealer to review the claim and to comply fully with all
procedures set forth herein. Failure to do so shall result in the denial of the warranty
claims.
A. Any warranty payments by PowerTek, Inc. will be -paid by credit memo to the distributor,
dealer, rental store or purchaser.
B. All warranty claims, which are denied, will be returned with a reason for denial.
C. Labor Allowance.
1. The warranty labor rate is $40.00 per hour.
2. The actual time is divided into tenths of an hour. The warranty form should show the
time to the nearest tenth of an hour.
3. Labor credit is based on the actual time required only to make the repair.
Items not covered by warranty.
1. Mileage and transportation costs of any kind. All warranty is "Bench Work"only. The warranty
specifically states that any transportation charges in connection with a warranty repair is the exclusive
responsibility of the purchaser.
2. Postage, delivery, telephone calls or similar communication.
3. Normal maintenance or adjustments. This includes set up and service.
4. Battery, engines or engine parts. Warranty on batteries, engines, engine parts or other vendor parts that
are covered by the component manufacturers warranty and must be handled by that component
manufacturers representative.
5. Failure caused by neglect, normal wear, or abuse. PowerTek, Inc. depends on its dealer network to
accurately determine when such conditions occur.
6. Any alteration of the original design of the unit, or the use of unauthorized or non-PowerTek, Inc.
parts. Any claim submitted containing such unauthorized alteration repairs shall be rejected.
7. Freight or transportation –damage. All such damage is the responsibility of the carrier and any
claim for damages must be made with the carrier.
8. Parts or labor supplied by unauthorized repair facility.
9. Compound or repeat warranties caused by negligent/improper repair.
10.Any claim for warranty where the date of repair -exceeds thirty (30) days from the submission of the
warranty claim.
11.Any claim for warranty on the entire unit.
12.Warranty claim involving oils or fluids of any kind.
13.Any warranty claims for leaking, punctured, blown, flat, or otherwise damaged tires on units that have
been placed in service.
14.Lost time, lost rental, lost profits, or other economic loss due to warranty work.
Voluntary cooperation with the entire warranty procedure will make the program work better for
both the purchaser and PowerTek, Inc.
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