Bandit 1290/1690 - Stephenson Equipment

Bandit 1290/1690 - Stephenson Equipment
MODELS 1290/1690
TABLE OF CONTENTS
TABLE OF CONTENTS
PAGES
INTRODUCTION & WARRANTY ...................................................... 2
SERIAL NUMBER LOCATION ......................................................... 6
SAFETY PROCEDURES .................................................................. 7
EQUIPMENT SPECIFICATIONS ...................................................... 11
DECALS ............................................................................................ 12
CONTROLS....................................................................................... 16
TRANSPORTATION PROCEDURES ............................................... 19
MAINTENANCE ................................................................................ 20
LUBRICATION & COOLANT..................................................... 33
CHIPPER SECTION ................................................................. 34
ELECTRICAL SECTION ........................................................... 42
REPLACEMENT PARTS SECTION ................................................. 43
INFEED HOPPER COMPONENTS .......................................... 44
CHIPPER COMPONENTS ........................................................ 46
CHIPPER KNIFE & HARDWARE ............................................. 48
ANVIL & HARDWARE .............................................................. 50
DISCHARGE COMPONENTS .................................................. 51
FRAME & ACCESSORY COMPONENTS ................................ 54
FUEL TANK COMPONENTS .................................................... 58
OPTIONAL COMPONENTS ..................................................... 59
SERVICE RECORD .......................................................................... 60
NOTICE
ANY PART, PORTION, DESIGN, NUMBER, SPECIFICATION, AND/OR DIMENSION IN THIS
MANUAL IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE BY THE MANUFACTURER.
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INTRODUCTION & WARRANTY
INTRODUCTION
The purpose of this manual is to provide the user with specifications and procedures for the operation,
maintenance and repair of this BANDIT product. As with any piece of equipment, safety should always
be a constant thought while the machine is being operated, serviced or stored. In order to highlight
this consideration, the material which addresses safety is proceeded by the following signal words:
Degree of Potential
Injury or Damage
Signal Word
Likelihood of Occurrence
DANGER
WARNING
Will occur if warning is ignored
Severe
Can occur if warning is ignored
Severe
Will or can occur if warning is ignored
Minor to Severe
Important, but not hazard related
Minor
CAUTION
NOTICE
The equipment is designed and manufactured in accordance with the latest product industry ­standards.
This alone does not prevent injury. It is the operator’s responsibility to use good judgement and ­follow
the warnings and instructions as indicated in this manual, on the machine and follow all safety ­standards
per ANSI and OSHA instructions.
WARNING
Improper use of the product can result in severe personal injury. Personnel using the equipment
must be qualified, trained and familiar with the operating procedures as defined in this manual, prior
to operating the product.
WARNING
It is the responsibility of the owner or employer to insure that the operator is trained and practices
safe operation while using and servicing the machine. It is also the owner’s responsibility to ­­­provide
and follow a regularly scheduled preventative maintenance and repair program on the product,
using only factory approved replacement parts. Any unapproved repairs or modifications may not
only damage the machine and its performance, but could result in severe personal injury. Unapproved
repairs or modifications will void warranty and eliminate manufacturer of any liability claims. Consult
the equipment manufacturer!!!
Each machine is shipped with a manual, a customer’s check sheet on the product, and any
available parts & service manuals on component parts not produced by this manufacturer. Additional
copies of these manuals and check sheets can be purchased from the manufacturer, or through the
dealer. Engine parts, service and maintenance manuals MUST be purchased through the engine
manufacturer or their dealer.
NOTICE
The producer of this Bandit product reserves the right to make any ­modifications or revisions to the
design or specifications of its machine without advance ­notice. The producer also reserves the right
to change machine and part prices as needed without advance notice.
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BANDIT INDUSTRIES, INC.
EXPLANATION OF LIMITED WARRANTY
The manufacturer will not reimburse the customer or dealer labor costs incurred for installing
“bolt-on” or “slip-on” items, such as hydraulic pumps and motors, control valves, flow ­dividers,
belts, sheaves, etc. The manufacturer will provide replacement parts to the customer for
defective parts during the warranty period. Defective parts must be returned to Bandit
Industries, Inc. It will be the customer’s responsibility to install the replacement parts unless
arrangements are made with the selling dealer.
The manufacturer will not reimburse travel costs to servicing dealer unless prior approval has
been obtained from the manufacturer. It is the customer’s responsibility to deliver the machine
to dealer’s service facility, unless other arrangements have been agreed to between selling
dealer and customer.
The manufacturer may elect, at its discretion, to reimburse reasonable labor costs to customer
or dealer for major defect repairs. Diagnostic labor and overtime labor will not be covered
under warranty. Prior approval must be obtained from Bandit Industries, Inc.
There are several forms that must be
­completely filled out and returned to us in
reference to our portion of warranty. Read
and understand the Bandit Limited ­Warranty
responsibilities. Some components on your
machine are covered by their ­ respective
­manufacturers and cannot be handled through
Bandit ­ Industries as stated in ­ Warranty
­Section of this manual.
Use this manual to help you resolve what and
where your problem is, in most cases you
can fix it easily. If you still have problems,
work through the dealer you purchased the
machine through, or contact Bandit Industries
direct if needed.
Make sure the following forms are used, for
us as well as you, to keep track of service
and pending warranty request. It is our
­company policy that all parts shipped out will
be invoiced until the possible warranty parts
are returned with a Warranty Claim Form
completed for consideration.
Make sure the Warranty Validation Form is
completed and sent in to us as soon as you
receive the Bandit. This will activate our
­warranty responsibilities.
If Warranty Validation Form is not on file,
all Warranty consideration is null and
void.
NOTICE
Prior to delivery to final owner and during storage, this machine must be serviced and
­lubricated to avoid damage that will not be covered under warranty, see ­“Lubrication & ­Coolant”
page.
Also, damage or premature failure of equipment components because of incorrect or
­incomplete service and maintenance by the equipment owner will not be covered under
­warranty.
All controls, safety devices, guards, and shields must be correctly operational and securely
in place at all times during equipment operation.
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PAGE Bandit
INTRODUCTION & WARRANTY
BANDIT INDUSTRIES INC. LIMITED WARRANTY
(989) 561-2270
Bandit Industries Inc., also referred to as “Manufacturer” warrants this new product to be free of
defects in workmanship and material for a period of 1 year or 2000 operating hours, which ever comes
first.
This warranty takes effect upon delivery to the original retail purchaser. The manufacturer at it’s
­option will replace or repair at a point designated by the manufacturer, any parts which appear to have
been ­defective in material or workmanship. The manufacturer is not responsible for labor, ­consequential
­damages, traveling or down time expenses.
This warranty and any possible liability of Bandit Industries Inc., is expressly in lieu of any other
­warranties, expressed or implied, including but not limited to, any implied warranty or merchantability
of fitness for a particular purpose and of any noncontractual liabilities including product liabilities based
upon negligence or strict liability. Bandit Industries Inc., will not be liable for consequential damages
resulting from breach of warranty.
All parties involved agree that the Owner’s Sole and Exclusive Remedy against the Manufacturer,
whether in contract or arising out of this warranty, instructions, representations, or defects shall only
be for the replacement or repair of defective parts as provided herein. In no event or circumstances
shall the Manufacturer’s liability exceed the purchase price of the machine. The buyer also agrees
that no other remedy (including but not limited to consequential or incidental loss) shall be available
to him or her.
It is absolutely necessary to return the Warranty Validation Form, completely and accurately filled
out, and notify Bandit Industries Inc., in writing within ten (10) days from the date of purchase to
­validate this warranty. If Warranty Validation Form is not on file, all Warranty Consideration is NULL
AND VOID.
This warranty will not apply if the Bandit Chipper is not operated with replacement parts or ­equipment
not manufactured or recommended by Bandit Industries, Inc.
This warranty will not apply if the Bandit Chipper is not operated in a manner recommended by the
­manufacturer. The following examples would void the warranty:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
The completed Warranty Validation Form is not on file.
The Bandit Chipper has been abused, or not serviced properly.
Repairs or attempted repairs made without prior written authorization.
Repairs made due to normal wear are not warrantable.
The Chipper was involved in, or damaged by an accident.
The Chipper was damaged from any type of foreign material.
The owner is responsible for all scheduled maintenance as explained in the Operators ­Manuals.
­Negligence of proper maintenance or any other negligence, accident or fire; nor with failure to
­adjust, tighten, or replace wear items included but not limited to items such as knives, knife anvil,
belts, ­ lubrication fluids, bearings, filters, hydraulic components, loose nuts or bolts, etc. may void
­warranty.
All components and parts being returned to Bandit Industries for warranty consideration must
be ­ complete and assembled when delivered. Hydraulic components and parts must be returned
­assembled with all fluid ports capped or plugged and free of foreign contamination, or warranty will
not be considered.
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PAGE Bandit
INTRODUCTION & WARRANTY
BANDIT INDUSTRIES, INC. LIMITED WARRANTY
(989) 561-2270
NOTICE This warranty applies only to new and unused equipment or parts thereof manufactured by Bandit
Industries Inc. and is void if the machine is operated with replacement parts or equipment not manufactured or
recommended by Bandit Industries Inc.
All other components are warranted by their respective manufacturers (i.e. engines, axles, hydraulic pumps
and motors, clutches, tires, batteries, etc.) Any machines used for lease or rental purposes warranty is limited
to 90 days from the first day of initial service.
NOTICE Clutch maintenance and adjustments and engine maintenance (air filter maintenance, oil
changes, oil filter maintenance, etc.) are important to your machine. Refer to the clutch or engine manual
for the maintenance schedule. Failure to perform the clutch or engine maintenance will void the ­warranty
with the respective manufacturer, Bandit Industries Inc. does not warranty these components!
CONTINENTAL U.S. INFORMATION PHONE NUMBERS FOR ACCESSORIES
(NOT COVERED UNDER PRODUCT WARRANTY PROGRAM)
Briggs & Stratton (Vanguard) Engines 1-414-259-5333 Caterpillar Engines (Thru 275Hp)
1-800-551-2938
Caterpillar Engines (300Hp & Up) 1-866-228-2111
PGL Auto Clutch
PT Tech Clutch
NACD, Rockford Clutch
1-800-551-2938
1-330-414-3172
1-800-383-9204
Continental Engines
1-800-726-8870
Twin Disc Clutch
1-262-638-4000
Cummins Engines
1-248-573-1592
Electronic Solutions
1-866-736-6839
Deutz, Lombardini Engines
1-800-445-5273
I.E.C. (formerly E.S.I.)
1-815-985-0383
Ford, Hatz Engines
1-800-726-8870
L.O.R. MFG.
1-866-644-8622
GM, Perkins Engines
1-800-551-2938
Miratron Inc.
1-866-285-0132
Honda Engines
1-734-453-6258
Omnex Radios
1-419-294-4985
John Deere Engines
1-888-803-9175
Dexter Axles
1-574-295-7888
Kohler Engines
1-800-854-9273 Tires
1-989-463-4088
Kubota Engines
1-800-457-7056
Caterpillar Tracks
1-309-636-1100
Robin Engines
1-248-399-0002
Chermack Tracks
1-715-458-2655
Wisconsin Engines
1-800-726-8870
Petro-Canada Hydrex XV 1-888-284-4572
Interstate Batteries
1-800-331-2000
(Phone numbers for outside the continental U.S. can be supplied from your phone directory or local Bandit dealer.)
In order to process any warranty claims, it is the owner’s responsibility to report the claims promptly to the
Manufacturer, or our authorized dealer from whom the equipment was purchased.
It is necessary to include the following information on any and all requests for warranty:
1) Warranty Claim Form, obtained from Bandit Industries or it’s dealers, completely and accurately filled out.
2) Dealer from whom purchased.
3) Date of delivery.
4) Serial number of unit.
5) Model number of unit.
6) Engine make and serial number.
7) Length of time in use (hours on machine).
8) Date of Failure.
9) Nature of Failure.
Bandit Industries Inc., reserves the right to alter, improve, revise or modify any parts or products with the
altered, improved, revised or modified parts or products. They also may change design, specifications, or part
prices without advance notice.
Bandit Industries Inc., is NOT responsible for updating or upgrading completed machines with design changes
that are made after it’s production.
Bandit Industries Inc., expects the Customer/Owner to bring their machine to the Dealer/Manufacturer for
Warranty Repairs. The Manufacturer DOES NOT pay Dealers or Customers for bringing their machine in for
repair. Nor does the Manufacturer furnish loaner machines while the unit is being repaired.
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MODELS 1290/1690
SERIAL NUMBER LOCATIONS
TYPICAL CHIPPER SERIAL NUMBER AND/OR
WORK ORDER NUMBER LOCATIONS
2
1
3
5
4
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Beltshield
Stamped into top of hood
Side of frame
Stamped into top of frame
W/O # on stamped or welded on top of tongue
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3
NOTICE The engine information is located on the
engine block. The clutch ­ information
is ­ located on the clutch plate (if
equipped).
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MODELS 1290/1690
SAFETY PROCEDURES
SAFETY PROCEDURES
DANGER
The words
Danger, Warning, Caution, and
­Notice are used on the safety decals and ­throughout
this manual, to make you aware of the safety
procedures. These procedures are very important,
read and obey them.
YOUR SAFETY IS VERY IMPORTANT TO US!
This machine is equipped with safety decals, guards
and designs for your protection.
Don’t ever take the machine for granted, ­ always
be cautious and careful when operating your
­equipment.
Read and follow all the instructions in your ­manual
thoroughly. Your safety is dependent on your ­knowledge
of how to operate and maintain this ­machine. You may
obtain additional copies of this manual from your Bandit
Dealer.
Before operating machine, you must have all ­potential
operators; read and understand manuals and decals,
watch the video and follow the ­recommendations.
Regardless of how hard a manufacturer tries to
produce a safe machine, accidents still happen.
Normally accidents are caused by people making
mistakes. They do not read the manual, they ignore
warning decals or do not use lockouts provided for
their safety. This normally happens after the person
has become accustomed to the machinery. In the
initial start up and operation of the machinery, they
are cautious, they are very careful because they do
not understand the machine.
This equipment is intended for use by ­ personnel
who are experienced with similar equipment. ­Always
operate safely. There should be at least two qualified
and trained operators at the work site. They should
be positioned in safe working locations, following
safety procedures and instructions, and aware of each
­others whereabouts. There should, also, be at least
two people on site during maintenance and service
procedures in case an accident should occur. Never
operate any ­machine while under the influence of drugs
or ­alcohol.
Keep children, bystanders and animals clear of
­working area. Never operate equipment that is in need
of repair or adjustment.
DANGER
Before starting the machine, take a minute to check
a few things. The machine should be in an area
­restricted from people passing by. This area around
the machine must be free of all objects that can ­obstruct
your movement when working with the machine. The
machine should be checked for loose tools or foreign
objects, especially in the infeed hopper area. All tools
not in use should be secured in a tool box.
WARNING
Operators must at all times be located within easy
reach of all controls and shut-off devices when the unit
is running. They must be attentive and prepared to
activate the devices.
DANGER
Torn or loose clothing is more likely to get caught in
moving machinery parts or tree branches. Keep such
items as long hair, shirt sleeves, and shirt tails properly
contained. Avoid wearing necklaces, rings, watches,
and especially neckties while operating this machinery.
Make sure the machine is in excellent condition, and
all the guards are in place, tight and secure.
Wear all personal protection equipment and follow
all safety standards per ANSI and OSHA ­instructions.
Examples of equipment: hard hat, face shield,
safety glasses, gloves, ear protection, etc. Do not
wear ­ gauntlet or secured fit gloves. Always keep a
fully charged fire extinguisher with the machine while
­operating or servicing the machine.
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Diesel engine exhaust and some of its
constituents are known to the State of
California to cause cancer, birth defects,
and other reproductive harm.
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MODELS 1290/1690
SAFETY PROCEDURES
SAFETY PROCEDURES
DANGER
Always block the tires and the machine tongue
whenever the machine is unhooked for operation.
DO NOT rely on the tongue jack for operational
stabilization.
DANGER
Pay attention to the direction of the discharge chute
before chipping. Never stand in front of the chipper
discharge chute. Never direct the chute towards
anyone or anything that could cause an accident or
problems. Always stop chipping and warn anyone
that comes near the discharge area. Failure to do this
could result in severe injury. Wood chips flying out of
the discharge chute can be very dangerous!
DANGER
NEVER sit, stand, lay, climb or ride anywhere
on this machine while it is running, operating, or in
transit. You will be injured.
WARNING
It is very important after you have operated a new
machine for approximately an hour to shut down the
machine and recheck all nuts and bolts. It is normal
for nuts and bolts to loosen once on a new piece of
machinery. If you tighten them now, there is a good
possibility they won’t loosen again. Certain nuts and
bolts should be checked periodically such as anvil and
knife nuts and bolts, etc. for torque and fit.
Most of the nuts used on the machine are self ­locking.
After a nut or bolt has been removed five times, it
should be replaced to insure proper ­tightness. This is
especially critical on the chipper knife nuts and bolts!
After the engine is started, let the chipper disc/drum
turn at the lowest RPM’s possible. Listen for any type
of noise that is foreign. Any steel on steel noise is
foreign. If you hear a noise, stop the engine, find the
problem and fix it.
DANGER
DO NOT operate this machine indoors! Exhaust
fumes can be fatal. Never refuel while the machine is
running. Never refuel in the shop or building. Always
refuel in a well ventilated area, away from sparks or
open flames, DO NOT SMOKE. Extinguish all ­smoking
materials. Wipe up all spilled fuel before restarting the
engine. Do not fill above 1/2” (12.7mm) from top of
tank.
To obtain the most from your machine, for the least
amount of cost, it is a good practice to set up and ­follow
a scheduled preventative maintenance program. It will
eliminate many possible problems and down time.
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DANGER
Never reach into the infeed hopper area of the
­machine, there is never any reason to. There is
­absolutely no reason to work inside of the infeed
­hopper. If there are short pieces, or leaves and twigs,
just leave them until feeding longer pieces. While the
long pieces are feeding, simply toss the short pieces
on top of them. The longer pieces will take them on
into the machine.
A wooden push paddle has been provided to ­assist
in feeding smaller material. It is the owner’s and
­operator’s responsibility to use and keep a wooden
push paddle with the machine and to also secure it
when transporting the machine. DO NOT use any body
parts or any steel devices inside the infeed ­ hopper
area.
NOTICE
Do not attempt to start the engine or engage the
­ ngine PTO (power-take-off) system on this machine
e
if the chipper disc/drum is jammed or frozen in place.
If you do, you will damage or ruin the drive belts and/or
the PTO which will not be covered under warranty and
will cost you down time and money.
DANGER
Before attempting any type of maintenance
­disengage clutch, turn off engine, wait for the ­chipper
drum to come to a complete stop, use extreme care
and do not allow the chipper drum to turn, ­disconnect
battery, and make sure the ignition key is in your
­possession.
DANGER
Never feed any materials that might contain wires,
stones, nails, metal objects, or any foreign object
which may ­damage the knives and become dangerous
­projectiles.
WARNING
This chipper is designed to “HAND FED” only! DO
NOT feed wood with any type of knuckle boom loader,
front end loader, or mechanical device. It will cause
damage to the machine. If this happens, the machine
WILL NOT be covered under warranty.
DANGER
Do not operate this chipper without the flexible
­curtain in the opening of the infeed hopper, per ANSI
and OSHA standards. It is provided on this style
­chipper to reduce material kick back that can cause
severe injury.
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MODELS 1290/1690
SAFETY PROCEDURES
SAFETY PROCEDURES
DANGER
Avoid moving parts. Keep hands, feet, and clothing
away from power driven parts. Keep all guards and
shields in place and properly secured.
DANGER
DO NOT feed vines or vine-like material! DO NOT
pile vines or vine-like material in front of the infeed
hopper which may cause you to trip or fall! DO NOT
allow vines or limbs to become entangled with you or
your clothing! DO cut vine-like material into 4 to 5 foot
(1.2 to 1.5 meter) length’s, away from the chipper area!
DO use a wooden pusher paddle when feeding the cut
vines into the machine! ALWAYS be in position and
prepared to shut down the machine!
DANGER
DO NOT slam the chipper hood to the open position.
This will cause damage to the hinge. If your hinge has
become damaged by slamming the hood to the open
position, Replace The Hinge Immediately! If the hinge
has become damaged it will cause misalignment of the
hood, the chipper disc/drum may then hit the hood and
cause a serious accident! Lubricate the hood hinge
daily.
WARNING
Never use jumper cables during freezing ­temperatures.
Tow the machine inside and allow the battery time to
warm up. If the machine must be started outside,
­inspect the battery acid for ice ­formation. ­Explosion
will occur with a frozen battery. If the machine is ­going
to be operated in excessively cold conditions, a larger
cold cranking amp battery may be needed to insure
proper and prompt starting. Never use jumper cables
in a confined or unventilated area. ­Battery acid fumes
are explosive. Battery acid can cause severe burns.
Never expose an open flame or spark near the ­battery.
Keep all burning materials away from the ­ battery.
When servicing the battery, shield eyes and face, and
do not smoke. Service in a well ventilated area.
DANGER
DO NOT remove the hood bolts until the chipper
drum has came to a complete stop. The ­chipper drum
will coast for several minutes after the engine is shut
down. Always wait at least several minutes.
DO NOT operate the machine with the chipper hood
open under any circumstances.
DANGER
Never turn the chipper disc/drum by hand, always
carefully use a pry bar or wood bar. This will help
prevent the person turning the disc/drum from being
injured should the disc/drum break loose.
A sight hole in the chipper belt shield has been
provided. If chipper belts are moving do not open
chipper hood. Do not stick fingers in sight hole.
DANGER
Chipper knives are sharp and can be ­ dangerous.
It is always necessary for your protection to be ­extra
careful and wear proper hand protection when handling
knives.
DANGER
The knives must be securely fastened and torqued
in position. If one comes loose or breaks during
­operation, someone or something may get injured.
WARNING
If knife adjusting studs are not torqued properly,
the alternating and opposed loads of chipping and
­centrifugal force could loosen the knives. Severe
damage to drum and violent discharge of metal from
either infeed hopper or discharge chute can result.
The discharge can cause serious personnel injury.
WARNING
Failure to clean the wedge bar and drum recess
­thoroughly can prevent proper seating of the wedge bar
and knife in the recess. Gap setting will be ­difficult to
obtain and knives can become loose during ­operation.
A loose knife can result in violent discharge through the
discharge chute or kick back from the infeed hopper.
Equipment damage and/or serious injury to personnel
can result.
WARNING
Check laws and regulations. Know and obey all
federal, state, and local laws and regulations that
­apply to your work situation and the transportation of
a machine this size.
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MODELS 1290/1690
SAFETY PROCEDURES
SAFETY PROCEDURES
WARNING
Always stand to the side of the infeed hopper when
inserting material. This will allow you to turn away from
the wood, and walk away, without passing through the
material. Machines should be fed from curbside (right
side) whenever possible. Anytime an operator is near
the infeed hopper, they must be within easy reach of
control devices.
To increase production, don’t waste time watching
the material being fed. Once the limbs have started
into the machine, you can walk away and get more
material.
Always start the larger end (base end) of the log or
branch in first.
Keep the engine R.P.M.’s at full throttle whether you
are chipping brush or round wood. Lower R.P.M.’s will
cause weak throwing power, and can cause plugging
in the discharge.
DANGER
Do not work on the machine if the engine is running
with the clutch disengaged. A clutch can self engage
if either the pilot or throw-out bearing happens to seize
to the main output shaft.
There are various types of clutches (PTO’s)
­available for this type of equipment. Make sure to
study the ­original clutch manufacturer’s manual that
is ­provided with the machine and follow its ­instructions
for ­operation, service, and adjustments. Some styles
require clutch engagement to be maintained so that it
takes a lot of force, others will require very little force,
and some are push button, electric, manual lever, or
hydraulic ­activation. Each different style clutch (PTO)
is a very expensive item that will fail if not correctly
maintained and adjusted. It will be quite costly if a
few minutes are not taken daily, weekly, and monthly
to keep the clutch serviced as required.
The operator must take care in the engagement
and disengagement of the clutch, engine RPM should
­always be below 1000 RPM. When the engine has
sufficiently warmed up, bump the clutch handle
against ­ engagement to start the chipper disc/drum
turning. This will have to be repeated until the chipper
­disc/­drum is turning at proper ratio with engine RPM.
Then push the handle all the way in gear until it locks
into ­position securely. After engagement raise engine
RPM to full throttle. Engaging and disengaging the
clutch at high engine RPM will quickly and excessively
wear out clutch plates as well as bearings. Refer to
clutch manufacturer’s manual for proper service and
­operation.
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Butt End Of
Brush First
Feed Brush
Into Chipper
Turn Face Away
And Keep Moving
Release
Travel
Path
Travel
Path
WARNING
Before you begin to transport your trailerized ­machine
follow all of the transportation procedures on page 19.
Make sure that the tongue has been raised to the
proper height and attach the machine ­securely to the
towing vehicle. Once secured to ­vehicle, locate tongue
jack and secure it in the ­ transport position. Always
hook safety chains to vehicle by crossing them under
the tongue allowing enough slack to avoid ­binding or
dragging the ground when making turns. Check brakes
and highway lights make sure that they are all operating
properly. Check that the plug terminal ­functions match
the ­ towing vehicle for proper ­ operation. Be sure to
check tire pressure before you begin to transport the
machine. Close the folding pan, for the infeed hopper
and make sure spring latches are locked into place. If
machine is equipped with a vise, make sure to secure in
place and clamp jaws closed. Close and secure any of
the following, if equipped: tool box, ­battery box, engine
cowl doors and side panels, radiator debris screens,
inspection doors, cabinet doors, housing covers, tank
caps and covers, etc.
DANGER
Keep the machine in good condition. Be sure the
­machine is in good operating condition and that all
­safety devices, including guards and shields are
­installed and functioning properly. Visually inspect the
machine daily before starting the machine. Refer to the
“Daily Start Up & Maintenance”. Make no modifications
to your ­equipment unless specifically recommended
or requested by Bandit Industries Inc.
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Bandit
MODELS 1290/1690
EQUIPMENT SPECIFICATIONS
EQUIPMENT SPECIFICATIONS
WIDTH
HEIGHT
LENGTH
Approximate Dimensions & Weights
(Dimensions & weights will vary depending on optional equipment)
Approx.
Weight:
Model 1290:
Model 1690:
5,020 lbs. (2277 kg)
5,100 lbs. (2313 kg)
(Approximate weights depending on engine and equipment options.)
Overall
Height: 9’ 5” (2.9 m),
Length: 15’ 2” (4.6 m),
Width: 7’ 6” (2.3 m)
Dimension:
(NOTE: Measurements are to highest, longest, or widest points, not always as illustration is labeled.)
Fuel Tank Capacity:
Models 1290 & 1690
23 1/2 Gallons (89 L)
(Approximate dimension depending on equipment options.)
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MODELS 1290/1690
DECALS
DECAL LOCATIONS
Decal locations may vary, these are general locations.
21
1,9
2
15
3
4,5
17
10,11,13,14,16,
18,19,20,26
7
1,9
23,24
8
25
6,12,22
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Bandit
MODELS 1290/1690
DECALS
DECAL LOCATIONS
Modifications and/or additions of decals to this list will happen.
Consult chipper dealer or manufacturer for most current decal package.
LOCATION
NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
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.
SPD-02
SPD-04
SPD-12
SPD-21
SPD-28
SPD-30
SPD-32
ID-42
INST-04
INST-12
INST-16
INDT-24
INST-39
INST-44
INST-95
INST-101
N-03
N-05
SPN-06
N-07
SPN-11
SPN-23
SPW-02
SPW-03
SPW-04
SPW-08
Moving Parts...
Flying Discharge Material...
Do Not Feed Vine-Like...
Do Not Operate...Rubber Curtain in Opening...
Do Not Insert Fingers
Do Not Sit, Stand, Lay, Climb...
Do Not Operate This Machine...
Bandit Industries Inc...USA
Arrow
Grease Daily (Arrow)
Grease Weekly Arrow
Flywheel Brake
Oil Daily Arrow
California Proposition 65
Electric Plug-In Schematic
Canada Engine Decal
Service Required Under Beltshield...
Frequently Adjust...PTO...
Decal Maintenance...
Clutch Operation...
Correct Knife And Hardware...
Flywheel Brake Operation...
Diesel Fuel Only...
Gasoline Fuel Only...
Frozen Battery Can Explode...
Wear Personal Protection...
27.
28.
29.
712-0500-42
900-8900-22
900-8900-24
Basic Safety Decal Kit (Options may require additional decals)
Bandit Model 1290 Vinyl Decals
Bandit Model 1690 Vinyl Decals
NOTICE
Some decals are for optional equipment. Decal locations may vary, these are ­general ­locations.
If any decals become damaged, replace immediately.
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Bandit
MODELS 1290/1690
DECALS
DECALS
Decals located on your Bandit equipment contain useful information to assist you in operating your
equipment safely. Some of the decals on your machine and their location are shown in this section.
It is very important that all decals remain in place and in good condition on your machine. Please follow the
care and instructions given below:
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
You should use soap and water to keep your decals clean. Never use mineral spirits or any
other abrasive cleaners.
Replace immediately any missing or damaged decals. The location the decal is going to be
applied to must be clean and dry, and at least 40°F (5°C) before applying decal.
When the need arises to replace a machine component with a decal attached, be sure and
replace the decal.
Replacement decals are available, and can be purchased from the manufacturer or your
Bandit Dealer.
Combination English / Spanish decals are typically standard. Other foreign language decals are ­
available and may be purchased. Mail translated decals required to Bandit Industries, Inc.
EXAMPLES:

THE CLUTCH HANDLE SHOULD NOT
BE ENGAGED OR DISENGAGED AT
SPEEDS ABOVE 1000 RPM’S.
DO NOT operate this Clutch/PTO unless proper adjustments and
lubrication are maintained per the Clutch/PTO Manufacturer’s Manual.
Different brands and models require different service and operation
procedures. New Clutch/PTO’s require more frequent adjustment.
GOOD OPERATORS
DON’T WASTE MONEY!
Clutches will fail, glaze over, and burn up from
improper adjustment. This will cost the owner of this
machine thousands of dollars to repair. A well
maintained, correctly adjusted clutch should function
properly for years.
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MODELS 1290/1690
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DECALS
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Bandit
MODELS 1290/1690
CONTROLS
CONTROLS
Models 1290/1690 Basic Location of Controls and Adjustments
LOCATION SHOWN
NOT SHOWN
1. Discharge Flipper Adjuster
2. Engine Controls, Adjusters
3. Electric Engine Throttle Adjuster (if equipped)
4. Clutch Handle 5. Foot Pad Jack 6. “Bandit” Lever Throttle Adjuster (if equipped)
7. Lug Nuts
8. Rear Stabilizer
9. Folding Infeed Pan
10. Wooden Push Paddle
11. Infeed Hopper
12. Discharge Chute
Knives & Hardware
Chipper Belts
Side Discharge Deflector
Flywheel Brake
Engine Shut Off Switch
12
10
1
11
2,3
4
9
5
8
6
7
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Bandit
MODELS 1290/1690
CONTROLS
CONSULT THE ENGINE MANUFACTURER’S MANUAL FOR SPECIFIC
CONTROLS, OPERATION, & MAINTENANCE FOR TYPICAL ENGINES
1) Ignition Switch:
Turn the ignition switch key clockwise one stop (on position) to turn the electrical system on. The key should remain in the on ­position while the engine is running. Turn the key fully clockwise (start position) this will start the engine. To shut off the engine, return the key to the off position.
2) On/Off Switch - Push Button Start:
Some gasoline engines may have a Toggle Switch or an On/Off Switch combined with a push button to start the engine. First turn the On/Off Switch or Toggle Switch to the on position, then depress and hold the Push Button Start until the engine starts, then release the button. To shut off the engine, return the On/Off Switch or Toggle Switch to the off position.
3) Ignition Switch With Preheat:
The typical diesel engine may have a preheat system to assist in starting the engine during cold weather. To activate the preheat system, continue to hold the ignition key in the preheat position for 15 to 20 seconds, then attempt to start the ­
engine. If the engine fails to start within 15 seconds, return the key to the preheat position, hold 10 seconds, and try starting again.
4) Choke Adjustment (if equipped):
Some gasoline engines may have a choke adjustment, pull the choke lever out to choke the engine. Push the choke lever in for normal engine operations.
5) Throttle Adjustment (if equipped):
Some engines may have a knob or a handle for the throttle adjustment. Typically you would pull the knob out, or turn the handle to increase the engine R.P.M.’s. To decrease you would push in the knob or turn the handle the opposite way.
6) “Bandit” Lever Lock Cable Throttle System (if equipped):
The Bandit throttle system has (2) positions, HIGH and LOW. Engine R.P.M. is controlled by moving the lever from one ­
position to the other.
8) Push Button Or Electric Throttle System (if equipped):
Some engines may have a push button or electric throttle adjustment. Engine R.P.M. is controlled by pushing a button or switch to raise or lower the R.P.M.
9) Alternator Warning Light:
This light will glow when the alternator is not charging, or when the ignition switch is turned on and the engine is not running.
10) Oil Pressure Warning Light:
This light will glow when the oil pressure is to low, or when the ignition switch is turned on and the engine is not running.
11) Engine Temperature Warning Light:
This light will glow when the engine, or engine coolant, is above normal operating temperature. If this occurs allow the ­
engine temperature to cool down. If the engine is overheating because of a loss of coolant, or a broken fan belt, shut the engine off ­immediately.
TYPICAL DIESEL ENGINES
BANDIT THROTTLE ­SYSTEM PUSH BUTTON OR ­ELECTRIC
THROTTLE ­SYSTEM
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TYPICAL GASOLINE
ENGINE
Bandit
MODELS 1290/1690
CONTROLS
ENGINE Operating SPEEDS
NOTICE
If your chipper is plugging, it is usually caused by allowing the engine to drop below required R.P.M.’s.
­Operating the engine at speeds lower than full R.P.M.’s causes your chipper to plug. Always run the chipper
at full engine speed.
Some Current Engine Types
Maximum RPM
CAT 3054C / Perkins 1104C - 86 Hp
2500
CAT 3054C / Perkins 1104C - 115 Hp
2425
CAT C4.4 / Perkins 1104D - 97 Hp
2425
Perkins 804D - 84.5 Hp
2500
Cummins BT3.3 - 85 Hp
2500
Cummins B3.9 - 110 Hp
2500
Deutz - 66, 88 Hp
2800
John Deere 4045 - 80,100 Hp
2500
John Deere 4045 - 115 Hp
2500
John Deere 5030 - 75, 84 Hp
2800
Kubota V3300 - 73,90 Hp
2600
Kubota V3600T - 84.5 Hp
2600
Kubota V3800DIT - 99.2 Hp
2600
Some Prior Engine Types
Ford 4 Cyl. - 70 Hp
2800
Ford 6 Cyl. - 119 Hp
2800
GM 3.0L - 76 Hp
2800
GM 4.3L - 135 Hp
2800
Hercules D2300 - 69 Hp
2500
Hercules G1600 - 57 Hp
2800
Hercules G2300 - 74 Hp
2800
Perkins 4.236 & 1000 Series
2500
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Bandit
MODELS 1290/1690
TRANSPORTATION PROCEDURES
Transportation Procedures
WARNING
BEFORE TRANSPORTING THE MACHINE THE FOLLOWING MUST BE COMPLETED.
1)
Idle engine and disengage clutch.
2)
Turn off engine, wait for the chipper drum to come to a complete stop and you must have the ­ignition key in your possession.
3)
Remove all excess debris. Remove any wood or debris which may have collected.
4)
Return wooden push paddle to the mount and secure for transportation. Store all tools in the tool box and make sure all boxes and cabinets are closed and secured.
5)
Close the folding infeed pan for the infeed hopper and make sure the spring latch is locked into place.
6)
Raise the front of the machine with the tongue jack and remove the stabilization blocks used.
7)
Couple machine or transport trailer to transport vehicle by lowering the machine onto the hitch. Make sure the hitch matches the coupling size. Then secure hitch and lock it.
8)
Place the tongue jack in the transport position.
9)
Attach the safety chains by crossing them under hitch, make sure to allow the proper amount of slack in chains to avoid binding or dragging the ground when making turns.
10) Connect the brake breakaway cable (if equipped) and plug in the electrical connection for the lights on the machine or transport trailer.
11) Check running lights, turn signals, and brake lights. All must be operating properly before transporting the machine. Also check brakes (if equipped) to make sure they are operating correctly.
12) Check tires for correct pressure, cuts or damaged rims.
13) Check lug nuts and retorque if necessary. Check new units before operation, check again after 20-25 miles (32-40 km) and regularly check at least weekly.
14) Inspect and replace any axle dust caps that are damaged or leaking.
15) Check wheel bearings and grease or oil axles per axle manufacturer’s manual.
16) Walk around the machine to confirm that everything is secure and that there is not anything loose that could fall off during transport. Look under machine to ensure nothing is dragging. Look down both sides of the machine for anything sticking out that may become damaged during transport.
17) If machine is equipped with a vise, make sure to secure in place and clamp jaws closed.
18) Close and secure any of the following, if equipped: engine cowl doors and side panels, radiator debris screens, inspection doors, housing covers, tanks caps and covers, etc.
19) The machine is now ready for transport. Make sure to obey all local regulations and laws regarding the transporting of this type of machine.
20) Do not drive too fast for road conditions or exceed speed regulations for equipment towing. Machine must be hauled level and the towing vehicle must be sized to handle hitch weight, towing weight, and braking requirements.
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Bandit
MODELS 1290/1690
MAINTENANCE SECTION
MAINTENANCE SECTION
The Bandit is a very simple machine to maintain. If you will follow a regular scheduled preventative
maintenance program you should have years of trouble free operation.
DANGER
Before attempting any type of maintenance disengage clutch, turn off engine, wait for the drum to come
to a complete stop, use extreme care and do not allow the chipper drum to turn, disconnect battery,
and make sure the ­ignition key is in your possession.
DANGER
Do not let anyone operate or maintain this machine until they have thoroughly read this manual,
­reviewed the equipment decals, watched the equipment video, and has been properly trained. You
can purchase additional Bandit manuals, decals and videos for a nominal fee.
NOTICE
Consult your engine manual for proper break-in procedures. Various engines require somewhat
different procedures, but basically the engines need to operate at lower R.P.M.’s and loads for a
specific time.
NOTICE
Failure to properly break-in your engine may result in poor bearing and piston ring surfaces.
NOTICE
The Bandit has only been run for a short time to test proper hydraulic pressures, possible leaks, etc.
The fuel tank will be empty. Fuel is provided through a small auxiliary tank for testing. This immensely
helps maintain safety in our manufacturing facility and while shipping.
NOTICE
Expensive damage to the Bandit will occur if proper preparation is not taken before welding on the
­machine. Be sure to disconnect both battery cables and the engine ECM (engine control module) before
welding. Follow the specific Engine MFG. ­instructions for proper welding and grounding ­procedures,
before attempting to weld on the machine. If welding on the machine, do not ground the welder through
the machine bearings, ground near work to be performed.
DAILY START UP & MAINTENANCE
1) Check the safety decals and engine gauges:
Replace any missing or damaged decals and/or engine
gauges.
4) Check all guards:
Check to make sure all guards are in place and
­installed correctly. Make sure they are secure.
2) Check all safety equipment:
Check for proper operation. Repair or replace as
­needed.
5) Check chipper hood hinge:
Make sure the hood hinge operates correctly, and is
lubricated. Must replace hinge if damaged.
3) Check entire machine for loose bolts, nuts,
parts, or components:
Check entire machine for any loose parts or ­components.
Check for loose nuts or bolts. Torque, tighten, or
­replace any of the loose components. See page 23
for specific bolt torques.
6) Checking for foreign objects:
Before opening the hood make sure the clutch is
­disengaged, the engine off, battery is disconnected,
and also make sure the ignition key is in your
­possession. Look for any foreign objects inside the
chipper ­housing or in the knife pockets of the drum.
Remove any ­foreign objects found.
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MODELS 1290/1690
MAINTENANCE SECTION
DAILY START UP & MAINTENANCE (cont.)
7) Check chipper drum assembly:
Check the condition of knife wedge bolt threads,
torqued bolts, excessive wear and impact cracks. If a
­problem is found contact the chipper ­manufacturer or
an ­authorized Bandit dealer. Also check the chipper
housing at this time. Check the ­chipper base, belly
band, and hoods for wear or ­damage. Also inspect
the chipper bearings.
8) Check chipper drum to turn:
Very carefully, manually with a pry bar or wood bar, turn
the chipper drum a full revolution. This is to ensure the
anvil and knives have proper clearance. If the chipper
drum is jammed with debris or frozen in place, DO NOT
attempt to start the engine and engage clutch until the
chipper drum rotates freely.
9) Check the condition of your knives, knife
wedge, anvil, floor plate and attaching hardware:
Grind, file, or replace your knives to keep them sharp.
Check the knife wedge, anvil, floor plate, and all
­attaching hardware. ­Replace if necessary.
10)Properly torque the knife mounting hardware:
All knife mounting hardware must be factory approved.
Knife mounting hardware must be replaced after
maximum of 4-5 knife rotations/changes to insure safe
clamping ability.
Torque set, AT ALL TIMES to:
See TORQUE CHART on page 23.
11) Chipper hood is closed and secured:
After closing chipper hood, reinstall and torque the
chipper hood bolts.
12)Grease chipper bearings daily:
Use an EP-2 Lithium type grease only for chipper
­bearings. Purge chipper bearings with grease. You
can not over grease these bearings. This type of
­bearing is designed with a relief system that will not
­allow over greasing. In other words, you can not hurt
the ­ bearing seals by pumping in too much grease.
Most of the failures related to bearings are ­diagnosed
as ­ “Contamination”. Contamination is caused by
­improper lubrication. Wipe off excess grease.
­Excessive grease will attract dirt.
13)Check / adjust the chipper drive belt tension:
The belts will need to be tightened several times in
the first few days of operation. A loose belt will slip
and then glaze over. Once they slip you must replace
them. See pages 28 - 29 for procedures.
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14)Check blowers flexible air hose:
Check the blowers flexible air hose and replace if
damaged or leaking.
15)Check for any fluid leaks:
Inspect for any oil, fuel, hydraulic oil, or engine
coolant leaks. Check all hoses, fittings, lines, and
tanks. DO NOT use fingers or skin to check for
­hydraulic leaks. Repair or replace any damaged or
leaking components.
16)Check the fuel level:
Check the fuel level, running out and repriming is time
consuming. Do not over fill, and you must leave fuel
expansion space in the top of the tank.
17)Check engine oil and coolant level:
Follow the engine manufacturer manual
­recommendations for fluid levels. You MUST follow
specific ENGINE MFG. manual recommendations for
radiator coolant, additives, lubrication, correct engine
speed, ETC.
18)Check radiator, debris screen:
Thoroughly clean radiator fins at least once a day and
twice in excessive conditions. Make sure debris is not
packed between fins. Use pressurized water spray to
clean. Do not rely on air pressure. The radiator will
only appear to be clean. A partially plugged radiator will
not allow the engine to cool properly. Clean cooling fan,
shroud on air cooled engines, and the debris screen
(if so equipped). Improper service, maintenance, or
neglect will cause overheating problems and engine
failure.
19)Check air cleaner or precleaner:
Clean or replace element following engine manual
recommendations. Also, check and clean the ­vacuator
valve.
20)Check clutch:
Check for proper lubrication, and engagement tension
adjustment, frequently adjust and lubricate per PTO
clutch manufacturer’s manual. Bandit Industries, Inc.
does not warranty clutch failures.
21)Check tires:
Check tires for wear, weather checking and damage.
Replace if damaged.
22)Inspect axle dust caps:
Inspect axle dust caps and replace if damaged or
leaking.
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MAINTENANCE SECTION
DAILY START UP & MAINTENANCE (cont.)
23)Check the infeed hopper and around machine:
Check in the infeed hopper for any foreign objects and
around the entire machine for tools, cans, saws, etc.
All tools not in use should be stored in a tool box.
24) Block the tires and tongue:
Before operation block the tires and tongue for ­stability.
Do not rely on tongue jack for operational ­stabilization.
25)Check the discharge direction:
Make sure the ­discharge is pointed in a safe ­direction
and bolted into place.
26)Review all safety procedures on decals, from
manual, and from video.
27)Make sure all safety equipment is being worn:
Make sure you are wearing all of your safety ­equipment:
hard hat, face shield, gloves, eye protection, ear
­protection, etc. per ANSI and OSHA standards.
28)Remember to check EVERYTHING on the checklist.
WEEKLY MAINTENANCE
1) Check anvil clearance, tightness, and wear:
Measure the anvil clearance. The clearance should be
.028” (.7 mm) to .032” (.8 mm) from each knife. Check
the ­ anvil ­ hardware, make sure the bolts are at the
proper ­tightness. The anvil is a normal wear item, if it is
worn you can rotate it to a new working edge. ­Refer to
pages 34 - 36 for the exact checking of anvil ­clearance
procedure.
2) Check alternator and fan belts on engine:
As applicable adjust and maintain per the engine
manufacturer’s manual.
3) Check wheel lug nuts:
Keep lug nuts tight, retorque, replace if needed.
4) Check and retighten tank mount bolts:
Check and retighten the fuel tank mount bolts.
5) Lubricate all steel friction areas:
Lubricate all steel friction areas including, but not
­limited to pivoting, hinged, sliding, rotating areas on the
machine (i.e. folding pan, discharge flipper, etc.)
MONTHLY MAINTENANCE
1) Check towing hitch:
Check for excessive damage or wear. Replace if
needed. Keep pintle ring greased to reduce wear.
2) Check discharge and infeed hopper wear:
Check for wear on discharge, infeed hopper, and
discharge direction adjustor; build up, repair or replace
as needed.
3) Check chipper bearings and chipper sheave:
Check, retighten all bearing bolts, bearing lock collars,
and also belt sheave bushings to correct torques.
4) Check condition of flywheel and bushing:
Check the condition of flywheel and fan blades for
secure welds, excessive wear and impact cracks. If a
­problem is found contact the chipper ­manufacturer or an
­authorized Bandit dealer. Also, check and / or ­retighten
the flywheel bushing bolts to correct torque.
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5) Tire air pressure:
Fill each tire to rated capacity on tire.
6) Check wheel bearings:
Check and grease or oil wheel bearings per axle
­manufacturer’s instructions.
7) Check and adjust brakes (if equipped):
Check and adjust brakes as needed per axle MFG.
manual.
8) Lubricate “Bandit” lever throttle cable:
If the machine is equipped with a “Bandit” lever throttle
system, lubricate inner throttle cable and cable ends
with a cable lube or SAE 10W/30 oil. Replace throttle
cable if it doesn’t operate smoothly.
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MODELS 1290/1690
MAINTENANCE SECTION
BOLT TORQUE CHART
(THESE TORQUES ARE BASED ON DRY, CLEAN THREADS)
DESCRIPTION
BOLT SIZE
TORQUE (FT.-LBS.)
TORQUE (Nm)
Chipper Bearing5/8” - 11 NC
180245
Anvil / Cutter Bar5/16” - 18 NC
1520
Anvil Mount / Pressure Bar3/4” - 10 NC
180245
Floor Plate5/16” - 24 NF
1926
Knife Adjusting Set Screw3/4” - 16 NF4 - 55 - 7
Knife Wedge
1/2” - 13 NC
100 - 110
135 - 149
Chipper Base Hold Downs5/8” - 11 NC
125
169
Engine Hold Downs5/8” - 11 NC
125
169
Chipper Hood
1/2” - 13 NC
75
102
Drum Head Shaft Keyless Bushing
61
83
Flywheel Shaft Keyless Bushing
61
83
Engine Sheave Bushing “E”
1/2” - 13 NC
60
81
Chipper Sheave Bushing “E”
1/2” - 13 NC
60
81
Flywheel Sheave Bushing “F”
9/16” - 12 NC
75
102
Hitch Mount Bolts5/8” - 11 NC220298
Before tightening bolts be sure you have the correct size bolt for the correct amount of torque.
Use only factory approved knives and hardware.
BASIC WHEEL TORQUE REQUIREMENTS (per mfg.)
KEEP LUG NUTS PROPERLY TIGHTENED, CHECK NEW UNIT BEFORE OPERATION, CHECK AGAIN AFTER 20-25 MILES (32-40 km) AND REGULARLY CHECK AT LEAST WEEKLY.
5 & 6 Lug Hubs (1/2” - 20 Studs) ...................................90 - 120 ft.-lbs. Torque (122 - 163 Nm)
8 Lug Hubs (1/2” - 20 Studs) .........................................90 - 120 ft.-lbs. Torque (122 - 163 Nm)
8 Lug Hubs (9/16” - 18 Studs) .....................................110 - 120 ft.-lbs. Torque (149 - 163 Nm)
8 Lug Hubs (5/8” - 18 Studs) .......................................190 - 210 ft.-lbs. Torque (258 - 285 Nm) (Cone Nut)
8 Lug Hubs (5/8” - 18 Studs) .......................................275 - 325 ft.-lbs. Torque (373 - 441 Nm) (Flange Nut)
10 Lug Hubs (3/4” - 16 Studs) .....................................450 - 500 ft.-lbs. Torque (610 - 678 Nm)
(Consult axle manufacturers manual shipped with each machine for specific axle-stud-wheel combination lug nut torques.)
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MODELS 1290/1690
MAINTENANCE SECTION
DAILY START UP & MAINTENANCE CHECK LIST
Each day before starting your machine these checks must be made:
1) Check the safety decals and engine gauges, replace if damaged.
O.K.
Repaired
2) Check, maintain, and service all safety equipment for proper operation: pusher tool, etc.
3) Check entire machine for loose nuts, bolts, and components.
4) Check all guards to make sure they are tight and securely in place.
5) Make sure hood hinge operates correctly, is not damaged, and is lubricated.
6) Open chipper hood and check for any foreign objects in chipper housing or knife pockets.
7) Check the condition of chipper drum assembly.
8) Carefully rotate the chipper drum with a pry bar or wood bar to insure proper
anvil clearance. If chipper drum is jammed with debris or frozen in place, do not
attempt to start engine and engage clutch until chipper drum rotates freely.
9) Check the condition of your knives, knife wedge, anvil, floor plate, and
attaching hardware.
10) Properly torque knife mounting hardware.
11) After closing and bolting the chipper hood, make sure the chipper hood is tight
and secure.
12) Grease chipper bearings (purge) daily.
13) Check and/or adjust belt tension on chipper and hydraulic pump belt drives.
14) Check blower flexible air hose for damage or leaks.
15) Check all hoses, fittings, lines, and tanks for damage and fluid leaks.
16) Check fuel level. (Running out and repriming is time consuming).
17) Check engine oil, coolant levels, and correct engine speed. Follow ENGINE
MANUFACTURER’S manual specs.
18) Check radiator and debris screen. Clean as necessary. Clean cooling fan and
shroud on air cooled engines.
19) Check air cleaner, precleaner and vacuator valve. Clean as necessary.
20) Check clutch for proper engagement tension and lubrication, frequently adjust
and grease per PTO manufacturer’s manual recommendations.
21) Check condition of the tires.
22) Inspect and replace any axle dust caps that are damaged or leaking.
23) Check infeed hopper and around the entire machine for any foreign objects,
tools, cans, saws, etc.
24) Block tires and tongue for stability before operation. Do not rely on tongue jack.
25) Make sure discharge is pointed in safe direction.
26) Review all safety procedures on decals, from manual, and from video.
27) Wear all applicable safety equipment: hard hat, face shield, gloves, eye
protection, ear protection, etc.
28) Remember to check EVERYTHING on the checklist.
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1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
7)
8)
MAINTENANCE SECTION
WEEKLY CHECK LIST
O.K.
Repaired
MONTHLY CHECK LIST
O.K.
Repaired
Check anvil clearance, tightness, and wear.
Check alternator and fan belts on engine.
Check and retighten wheel lug nuts.
Check and retighten fuel tank mount bolts.
Lubricate steel friction areas: pivoting, hinged, sliding, & rotating areas
(i.e. folding pan, discharge flipper, etc).
Check towing hitch for wear, keep pintle ring greased.
Check discharge, and infeed hopper for wear.
Check, retighten all bearing and chipper sheave bolts.
Check the condition of flywheel and retighten bushing bolts.
Check and fill tires to rated pressure.
Check and grease or oil wheel bearings, follow axle MFG. instructions.
Check and adjust brakes, follow axle MFG. instructions (if equipped).
Lubricate “Bandit” lever throttle cable.
WARNING
WHEN YOU CHANGE CHIPPER KNIVES
CHECK CHIPPER DRUM ASSEMBLY FOR
CONDITION OF KNIFE WEDGE BOLT THREADS,
TORQUED BOLTS, ­ EXCESSIVE WEAR AND
­I MPACT CRACKS. IF PROBLEM FOUND
­C ONTACT CHIPPER MANUFACTURER, OR
AUTHORIZED CHIPPER DEALER.
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MAINTENANCE SECTION
LUBRICATION CHART
CHECK
# DESCRIPTION
DAY WEEK MONTH
1 Chipper Drum Bearings
X
2 Hood Hinge
X
3 Steel Friction Areas: pivoting,
X
hinged, sliding, rolling
4 Pintle Eye Ring
X
5 Bandit Throttle Cable
X
6 Clutch
7 Wheel Bearings
PROCEDURE
Purge bearings daily - wipe off excess
1 to 2 shots of grease - wipe off excess
Lubricate (i.e. discharge ­flipper, folding
pan, etc)
Grease to reduce wear
Lubricate inner cable & ends SAE 10W/30
Grease per MFG’s instructions
Grease or oil per MFG’s instructions
A right angle grease fitting may need to be used to grease
some of the lubrication points. This type of grease fitting
can be obtained from most local automotive parts stores.
3
3
NOTICE Use as a reference only, locations may vary depending on options or component manufacturer. Lubrication point instructions are described on the machine, in the Lubrication & Coolant Section and Maintenance Section of this manual, or component manufacturer’s manual.
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MODELS 1290/1690
MAINTENANCE SECTION
LUBRICATION CHART
3
4
1
1
7
5
2
7
NOTICE Use as a reference only, locations may vary depending on options or component manufacturer. Lubrication point instructions are described on the machine, in the Lubrication & Coolant Section and Maintenance Section of this manual, or component manufacturer’s manual.
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MODELS 1290/1690
MAINTENANCE SECTION
BELT TENSION
GENERAL RULES FOR TENSIONING
1. Check tensioning during the first 2 through 48 hours of run-in operation especially.
2. Over tensioning or under tensioning shortens belt and bearing life.
3. Keep belts free from foreign materials that may cause the belt to slip.
4. Make V-drive inspection on a periodic basis. Never use belt dressing as this will damage
the belt and cause early failure.
5. Belts should never be forced over the sheave. Allow enough room for belts to slip on.
6. Always make sure sheaves are aligned properly.
TENSIONING PROCEDURE
Main Drive Belts
Follow all pre-maintenance shut down procedures. Locate the center of the belt span between the sheaves.
Push or pull on the belt until the belt has deflected 11/16” (17.5 mm). Record the push or pull force. The force
should be 21 to 22 lbs./belt (9.5 to 10 kg/belt). Adjust the belt tension if the force falls outside of this range. If
belts are not properly ­adjusted belts will slip, glaze over, and be ruined. This is NOT covered by warranty.
1) Remove beltshield.
2) To adjust the belt tension, loosen the four chipper base mounting bolts (item 1) and then the jam nuts (item 2) on the base adjuster bolts.
3) Adjust the belt tension with the base adjuster bolts (item 3). Turn both adjuster bolts an equal amount.
4) Check the alignment of the engine sheave and chipper sheave with a string or straight edge. If needed, align the sheaves with the base adjuster bolts.
5) Torque the four chipper base mounting bolts (see Torque Chart for the correct torque).
6) Recheck the belt tension and alignment, if readjustment is needed go back to step 2.
7) Reinstall beltshield.
NOTICE lbs./belt (kg/belt) is per 1 belt. If equipped with 4 groove poly band belt, lbs./belt (kg/belt) must be ­multiplied
by 4. If equipped with two 3 groove poly band belts, lbs./belt (kg/belt) must be multiplied by 3 for each poly band
belt.
NOTICE It is a good practice to rotate the belts during tensioning. Then recheck deflections. The belts may
need to be tightened again.
DO NOT IGNORE THIS MAINTENANCE RULE!
New belts stretch very soon and must be adjusted several times in the first few hours of operation. Adjust after
one hour of operation, then every four hours until the belts quit stretching.
Failure to do this will cause the belts to burn and fly off. THIS FAILURE IS NOT COVERED BY WARRANTY!
Worn or misaligned belts and sheaves in the power train
causes belt slippage, thus power loss. Keep the power
train working for you, not against you, by ­checking for
needed ­adjustment or ­replacement.
WORN SHEAVE
BELT
GOOD BELT
BELT
Main Drive belts maximum of 11/16” deflection
with 21 to 22 lbs. of force.
WORN BELT
BELT
SPACE
SHEAVE
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SHEAVE
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MODELS 1290/1690
MAINTENANCE SECTION
BELT TENSION
Belts
Straight Edge or String
Chipper Sheave
Chipper Sheave
Engine Sheave
Straight Edge or String
See Note
1
3
2
Belts
Engine Sheave
Note: 11/16” (17.5 mm) deflection at 21‑22 lbs. (9.5 - 10 kg) per belt.
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MODELS 1290/1690
MAINTENANCE SECTION
MAINTENANCE
PROCEDURE FOR UNPLUGGING YOUR CHIPPER
If your chipper is plugging, it is usually caused by allowing the engine to drop below required R.P.M.’s.
Operating the engine at speeds lower than full R.P.M.’s causes your chipper to plug. Always run the
chipper at full engine speed. Dull chipper knives also contribute to chipper plugging. Dull knives can
­create slivers and chunks, causing the engine to lug excessively. Both of the aforementioned conditions
cause a plugging situation.
STEPS TO FOLLOW WHEN UNPLUGGING YOUR CHIPPER
1. Before attempting any type of maintenance disengage clutch, turn off engine, wait for the drum to come to a complete stop, ­use extreme care and do not allow the chipper drum to turn, disconnect battery, and make sure the ignition key is in your ­possession.
2. Make sure the chipper drum is NOT turning and then unbolt and open the hinged portion of the chipper hood.
3. Using gloved hands and some type of raking tool, dig the chips out of the chipper housing.
4.
If the discharge chute is plugged, use a raking tool to pull the majority of chips out of the open outlet end of the chute. Then, two people must remove the chute. Do not attempt this with one person, because the chute can fall causing injury. If used properly, a hoist can be used to assist in the removal of the chute.
5. Never allow one person to turn the chipper drum when someone else is working inside the ­
chipper housing. More than likely, the chipper drum will turn hard then loosen causing it to turn faster. If another person is anywhere near the chipper drum, they may be injured.
6. Never turn the chipper drum by hand. Always use a pry bar or wood bar. This will prevent the person turning the drum from being injured should the drum break loose.
7. Reinstall the discharge chute, mount securely and point it in a safe direction away from anything.
8.
Never leave the chipper hood open and try to start the engine in order to engage the chipper drum to blow chips out of the housing, this is very hard on the P.T.O. of the chipper and may burn clutch plates. Also, the flying debris is very dangerous. An exposed chipper drum turning very fast creates an unsafe condition. In other words, DO NOT start the chipper with the hood open because it is just too dangerous.
9. Once the drum turns freely, close the chipper hood and secure it, start engine, properly ­engage clutch and throttle to full speed. Insert a small branch into the chipper drum. If the chips ­
discharge properly, the chipper is clear and normal operation may resume.
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MODELS 1290/1690
MAINTENANCE SECTION
PAINT CARE
To help keep up the appearance of your Bandit Equipment and reduce the ­possibility of ­surface
rust follow these steps:
1)The machine should be washed on a regular basis with a non-abrasive mild detergent and then rinsed thoroughly. Do not pressure wash sensitive areas like: ­decals, gauges, ­
electronic devices, autofeed control, etc.
2)If a stone chip, paint scratch, or paint crack occurs - it should be repaired immediately. ­
Simply sand the edges of the damaged paint area, mask off the surrounding area and apply primer and paint to the dry, clean, and warm surface. This will help keep the damaged area from spreading or getting worse.
3)If you are unable to sand and mask the area, there are containers of primer and paint ­
available. A small brush can be used to touch up the area.
4)Also, primer and most colors of paint are available in aerosol spray cans to simply spray over the effected area after it is cleaned, dry, and warmed. This method is not as reliable as the process in step #2.
It is also reported that some equipment owners polish their machine at least yearly, and keep good
mud flaps on their towing trucks.
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MODELS 1290/1690
MAINTENANCE SECTION
TIRE WEAR DIAGNOSTIC CHART
Wear Pattern
Cause
Action
Center Wear
Over Inflation
Adjust pressure to particular
load per tire catalog
Edge Wear
Under Inflation
Adjust pressure to particular
load per tire catalog
Side Wear
Not Hauling Trailer Level
Bent Axles
Wide Tires
Wheel Bearings
Must be hauled parallel to ground
Replace as needed
Characteristic of wide flotation tires
Adjust or replace
Cupping
Out-Of-Balance
Wheel Bearings
Check bearing adjustment and balance tires
Adjust or replace
Flat Spots
Wheel Lock Up & Tire
Skidding
Avoid sudden stops when possible and
adjust brakes.
The wear pattern and tread life of tires involves many variables that the user has control of, but DOES NOT fall
under faulty manufacture or design.
The following is a list of some causes supplied by tire suppliers and axle manufacturers:
• Misalignment - from rough roads, pot holes, excessive speeds and hitting curbs.
• Tire Width - the wider the tire for flotation, the more uneven the tire wear.
• Tire Air Pressure - to much or too little, for the load.
• Vehicle Hitch Height - if trailer is not level with ground, axle camber is misaligned.
• Maintenance - wheel bearing lubrication and adjustment. Follow axle MFG. instructions.
• Brakes - uneven or misadjusted brakes cause irregular brake activation.
RECOMMENDED BRAKE ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE PER AXLE MANUFACTURER.
The proper clearance between the shoe and drum surfaces will be set up initially from our factory to assure
proper operation during the normal break in period. No further adjustment will be necessary until the vehicle
completes the recommended break in period of 200 miles (322 km).
Since all brakes of this type must be burnished or ”run in” before their full effectiveness can be achieved, the
MFG. maintenance manuals call for readjustment after the first 200 miles (322 km) of operation. This usually
allows ample time for the burnishing to take place. Readjustments are not necessary for brakes fitted with
­self‑adjustment features although periodic inspection is suggested.
The following shows the correct adjustment for the MFG. brakes of 12 1/4” diameter.
NOTICE Clearances that are too small will result in excessive drag and overheating while too much
clearance can render the brake nonfunctional.
AXLE SIZE
SIZE
TYPE
DIAMETRAL CLEARANCE
CLICKS TO BACK OFF
7000 LBS.
12 1/4” X 2.5”
Elec. or Hyd.
.040” (1 mm)
7 TO 13
For additional brake adjustment procedures consult the axle manufacturer manual.
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MODELS 1290/1690
LUBRICATION & COOLANT
LUBRICATION & COOLANT
1) Engine:
Follow original equipment manufacturer’s requirements for both changing oils and filters, refer to engine manual
­specifications.
2) Engine Coolant:
Refer to engine manufacturer’s manual specifications.
3) Clutch:
Follow original equipment manufacturer’s requirements for both greasing and adjusting. Frequently, adjust and
lubricate per PTO manufacturer’s manual.
4) Wheel Bearings:
Follow axle manufacturer’s instructions for greasing or oiling wheel bearings.
5) Hood Hinge:
Make sure the hood hinge operates correctly, and is lubricated daily. Must replace hinge if damaged.
6) Steel Friction Areas:
Lubricate all steel friction areas including, but not limited to pivoting, hinged, sliding, and rotating areas weekly.
(i.e. folding pan, discharge flipper, etc.)
7) Pintle Eye Ring:
Keep greased monthly to reduce wear and extend the normal life of your pintle eye ring.
8) Chipper Bearings:
Use an EP-2 Lithium type grease only for all bearings. Purge chipper bearings daily with grease you can not
over grease these bearings. The bearings are ­designed with a relief system that will not allow over greasing.
In other words, you can not hurt the bearing seals by pumping in too much grease. Wipe off excess grease.
Excessive grease will attract dirt.
Most of the failures related to bearings are diagnosed as “Contamination”. Contamination is caused by
improper ­lubrication.
Especially important is proper lubrication when the chipper is setting idle. The bearings must be
fully purged when shut down. Then the bearings must be again fully purged each thirty (30) days and
the machine allowed to run for approximately 10 minutes. Then fully purged again before the machine
is put back into operation. Failure to do this will ruin the bearings. Bearings corrode when the machine
is setting idle.
The second largest cause of bearing failure is operating them at high speeds when the grease is cold.
This causes the bearing race to turn on the shaft. Naturally this ruins the bearing as well as the shaft. Allow
the ­bearings to turn at slower speeds for at least five minutes. Also check the bearing lock collar set screws or
­bearing locknut for tightness each 30 days. Loose set screws or locknut allows the race to turn on the shaft.
Failed bearings diagnosed as contamination or cold starts at high speed are not covered by warranty of the
bearing manufacturer.
9) “Bandit Lever Throttle Cable (if equipped):
If the machine is equipped with a “Bandit” lever throttle system, lubricate inner throttle cable and cable ends with
a cable lube or SAE 10W/30 oil every month. Replace throttle cable if it doesn’t operate smoothly.
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MODELS 1290/1690
CHIPPER SECTION
CHIPPER KNIVES & ANVIL
DANGER
Before attempting any type of maintenance
­disengage clutch, turn off engine, wait for the drum
to come to a complete stop, use extreme care and do
not allow the chipper drum to turn, disconnect battery,
and make sure the ­ignition key is in your possession.
DANGER
DO NOT remove the hood bolts until the chipper
drum has came to a complete stop. The ­chipper drum
will coast for several minutes after the engine is shut
down. Always wait at least several minutes. DO NOT
operate the machine with the chipper hood open under
any circumstances.
DANGER
Never turn the chipper drum by hand, always ­carefully
use a pry bar or wood bar. This will help prevent the
person turning the drum from being injured should the
drum break loose.
A sight hole in the chipper belt shield has been
­provided. If chipper belts are moving do not open
chipper hood. Do not stick fingers in sight hole.
DANGER
Do Not under any circumstance attempt to rotate
the chipper drum while someone is inside the infeed
hopper. They may become seriously injured, Do Not
Do This!
DANGER
Chipper knives are sharp and can be ­ dangerous.
It is always necessary for your protection to be ­extra
careful and wear proper hand protection when handling
knives.
DANGER
The knives must be securely fastened and torqued
in position. If one comes loose or breaks during
­operation, someone or something may get injured.
WARNING
Failure to clean the wedge bar and drum recess
thoroughly can prevent proper seating of the wedge
bar and knife in the recess. Gap setting will be difficult
to obtain and knives can become loose in operation. A
loose knife can result in violent discharge through the
discharge chute or kick back from the infeed hopper.
Equipment damage and/or serious injury to personnel
can result.
WARNING
Knives should be replaced in sets. These sets are
determined by the amount of resharpening done to the
knives. It should be reinstalled with another knife of
comparable usage. It helps to keep the drum ­balanced,
and it helps ­maintain chip quality.
NEVER allow these knives to wear ­beyond ­absolute
specified minimum distance.
WARNING
The drum head is equipped with heavy duty 3/8” (9.5
mm) thick single edge chipper knives. These knives
must be kept sharp. Never allow the knives to wear
beyond the absolute minimum of 2 3/8” (60.3 mm) from
the edges of the knife.
3/8” x 3” (9.5 mm x 76.2 mm) Chipper Knife
Models 1290 / 1690
2 3/8” MIN.
(60.3 mm)
40˚
Prior to work on the chipper knives or anvil, ­perform the following.
1. Before attempting any type of maintenance disengage clutch, turn off engine, wait for drum to come to a complete stop, use extreme care and do not allow the chipper drum to turn, disconnect battery, and make sure the ignition key is in your possession.
2. Disconnect the flexible air hose that connects the discharge chute with the rotor fan housing.
3. Remove the bolts that fasten the discharge chute to the hinged discharge transition. Slide the exhaust chute forward to clear the exhaust transition.
4. Remove the bolts that secure the drum cover and discharge transition to the drum housing.
5. Pivot the drum cover backwards and the discharge transition forward.
6. Visually inspect the knives and anvil for sharpness of cutting edges to determine if rotation of anvil or ­
replacement of knives is required.
7. The anvil to knife clearance should be checked on a weekly basis or as knives are changed. To check the anvil clearance the pre-maintenance shut down procedures must be taken. Once all safety procedures are
completed the anvil to knife ­clearance can be checked.
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MODELS 1290/1690
CHIPPER SECTION
FLOOR PLATE & ANVIL
FLOOR PLATE
1. Refer to Figure 1 on page 35, item 11. The floor plate is secured by item 2. To replace, remove the bolts from item 11, remove the floor plate and install a new one. Pull towards the infeed hopper then tighten bolts to specified torque.
ANVIL AND KNIVES
A chipper with a dull anvil or knives which will not self feed or chip properly requires attention. To ­maintain,
remove the knives and anvil, replace with new or ­reground knives, rotate or replace the anvil and adjust the
clearance.
1. Check the condition of the knives.
2. Grind or file knives, rotate the anvil to an unused edge and adjust the clearance.
3. Remove the knives and anvil, replace with new or reground knives, rotate or replace the anvil, and adjust the clearance.
ANVIL ROTATION
The anvil or cutter bar has four (4) cutting edges. If the anvil is dull, a sharp edge can be rotated into position by:
1. Refer to Figure 1 on page 35. Use a socket wrench to remove the hex head bolts, item 3, which bolt through the channel into the anvil mount/pressure bar, item 4. Do not use adjustable wrenches, the hex head of the bolt can be rounded, limiting the useful life of the bolts.
2. Loosen the jam nuts, item 5, on the ­underside of the anvil mount/pressure bar and back out the
adjusting bolts, item 6, a fraction of a turn. Put on a pair of gloves to protect your hands from sharp edges. Reach under and behind the ­anvil mount/­pressure bar, hold the anvil mount/pressure bar with one hand and keep it from falling. Continue ­loosening the adjusting bolts until the anvil mount/pressure bar can be removed.
3. Clean the anvil mount/pressure bar and anvil, item 4 and item 7, of accumulated sap and chip dust, being careful of the sharp edges.
4. Remove the anvil bolts, item 8, rotate the ­anvil to place a sharp edge in the cutting position. ­Replace bolts,
item 8, and return the anvil mount/­pressure bar to its normal location behind the channel assembly, using the reverse of the procedure described above. Thread the locking bolts, item 3, through the channel into the anvil mount/pressure bar and snug the bolts up, do not tighten.
5. Adjust the height of the anvil so the ­cutting edge is approximately .028” - .032” (.7 - .8 mm) from the knife edges. (Clearance must be checked on all four of the cutting knives.)
Center the anvil mount/pressure bar end to end with respect to the drum. When properly positioned, ­
tighten the ­locking bolts, item 3, and recheck the height to ­ensure it did not move during the bolt ­tightening ­
operation. Tighten the jam nut, item 5, on adjusting bolts and check the gap again. Readjust if ­necessary.
6. Check anvil to knife clearance and adjust if necessary. See “Changing Chipper Knives”.
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MODELS 1290/1690
CHIPPER SECTION
Figure 1
14
13
9
15
1
12
10
40°
to
28”
.0
2
3
4
11
”
.032
7
5
6
8
1. Knife Angle
2. Floor Plate Bolt
3. Bolt For Anvil Mount / Pressure Bar
4. Anvil Mount / Pressure Bar
5. Jam Nut
6. Adjusting Bolt
7. Anvil / Cutter Bar
8. Anvil Bolt
9. Drum / Cutter Head
10.Wedge Bar Bolt
11.Floor Plate
12.Wedge Bar
13.Knife
14.Knife Adjusting Studs
15.Plug For Wedge Puller Hole
16 Wedge Puller Bolt (Not Shown)
Figure 2
Approximately .100” (2.5mm) Floor
Plate Gap For Setting First Knife
When Replacing Knives And Anvil.
.100”
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MODELS 1290/1690
CHIPPER SECTION
CHANGING CHIPPER KNIVES (PRE S/N 1042)
If the chipper knives are dull, they must be removed and
replaced with knives which have been reground or replaced
with new knives. See “Knife Grinding and Filing” for grinding
instructions on page 40 and refer to Figure 1 on page 35.
1. With the drum assembly exposed, remove the knives at
the front of the drum first (the knife closest to you). Changing
the chipper knives is a two person job. One person, using
a wooden block, holds the chipper knife in place while the
other person removes the wedge bar bolts, item 10.
2. Remove item 15 from the wedge bar. Thread item 16
into wedge and tighten until the wedge loosens.
3. Put on a pair of gloves to protect your hands from sharp
edges. Remove the wedge bar and knife, items 12 and 13,
from the drum, ­handling both with care. Remove the bolt
from the wedge bar. Clean the wedge bar of accumulated
sap and chip dust and remove any burrs or raised areas on
its surface using a fine file or emery cloth. Clean the inside
of the drum recess from which the knife and wedge bar were
removed. Check for excessive wear, impact cracks, and
elongated bolt holes. If a problem is found, contact your
local dealer or Bandit Industries.
4. Remove the two knife adjusting studs, item 14, from
the bottom of the recess in the drum and coat them with
Never‑Seez or comparable anti‑seize ­ lubricant before
­reinstalling them.
5. Place a sharp knife, item 13, into the drum with its cutting
edge positioned as shown in Figure 1 on page 34. Allow the
bottom edge of the knife to rest on the two adjusting studs.
Center the knife end to end in the recess. Insert the wedge
bar behind the knife. Insert the wedge bar bolts into their
proper holes and tighten snug (tight enough to keep the knife
from ­falling out when drum is turned).
6. If replacing the chipper knives only, skip to
step 7. If the ­ anvil and knives are being replaced,
­a djust the first knife to a gap of approximately .100”
(2.5 mm) from the floor plate as shown in Figure 2 on page
34. Then set the anvil to a gap of ­approximately .032” (.8 mm)
from the first knife. Skip to step 7 for the rest of the knives.
Do Not under any ­circumstance attempt to rotate the ­chipper
drum while someone is inside the infeed ­hopper. They may
­become seriously injured, Do Not Do This!
7. Align the knife’s cutting edge and the anvil’s ­ cutting
edge. Use a .032” (.8 mm) thick metal shim for initial setting
of the gap between these two cutting edges. Determine a
rough estimate of the gap, then return the drum to its former
position. Do Not under any circumstance attempt to rotate
the chipper drum while someone is inside the infeed ­hopper.
They may become seriously injured, Do Not Do This! Final
tightening of the knife adjusting studs will reduce the setting
to the secured .028” ‑ .032” (.7 - .8 mm) gap.
8. With the knife adjusting studs ­adjusted in ­accordance
with step 5, initial gap between the cutting edges should
be greater than .032” (.8 mm). The object of the adjusting
­procedure is to reduce the gap to a uniform .028” ‑ .032”
(.7 - .8 mm) across the full width of the drum. The gap is
reduced by turning the adjusting studs clockwise, from the
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underneath the knife, ­ driving the knife out of the recess.
Each complete turn of the ­adjusting studs will raise the knife
.062” (1.6 mm). As the knives are raised they will tend to
become more tightly wedged into the drum because of their
tapered shape. If the gap must be decreased significantly
from its original ­measurement, it may be necessary to loosen
the wedge bar bolts, and the wedge bar, one or more times
during the adjusting procedure.
If the adjusting studs are turned too far, ­producing a gap
which is less than .028” (.7 mm), they must be backed out
an appropriate distance, the wedge bar loosened, and the
knife driven back with a soft mallet or hammer and block of
wood until it once more makes firm contact with adjusting
studs. The knife can then be raised to the correct height.
9. After each knife height adjustment, turn the drum and
measure the gap, then return the drum to its former position.
Repeat the procedure until a .032” (.8 mm) gap is obtained
across the full width of the drum.
10. Confirm that the knife is centered in the drum, tighten the
dry wedge bar bolts with a torque wrench to 100 - 110 ft.-lbs.
(135 - 149 Nm). Hit the wedge bar with a heavy mallet in the
area of the wedge bar bolts to seat the wedge bar. Repeat
this cycle three times. Tighten the wedge bar bolts and then
hit the wedge bar with the mallet. This insures solid seating
to the wedge bar and will stabilize the knife gap. Torque
the knife adjusting studs, item 14, to 4 - 5 ft-lbs. (5 - 7 Nm)
against the bottom of the knife which will reduce the gap to
the final .028” ‑ .032” (.7 - .8 mm) gap.
11. Repeat steps 1 through 9 for each of the other three
knives.
12. When all four knives have been adjusted, confirm the
following:
A. All four gaps are a uniform .028” ‑ .032”
(.7 - .8 mm) across the full width of the drum.
B. All wedge bar bolts in each wedge bar are tightened to 100 - 110 ft.-lbs. (135 - 149 Nm). (Bolts Must Be Dry).
C. All knife adjusting studs are tight against the bottoms of their respective knives with
4 - 5 ­ft‑lbs. (5 - 7 Nm) of torque.
D. The drum can turn freely without any ­
interference between the knives and anvil or knives and drum housing.
13. Pivot the discharge transition up to its normal ­position.
Close the chipper hood back to its normal position and
­reinstall the three (3) bolts. Reinstall the discharge chute
and blower hose.
14. Start the engine, engage the clutch and allow the ­cutter
head to rotate at full RPM for 3 to 5 minutes. Then stop the
engine and remove the ignition key. When the chipper drum
has come to a complete stop, open the hood up and repeat
step 12 above. Remake any adjustments that may have
changed during the test turn.
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MODELS 1290/1690
CHIPPER SECTION
CHANGING CHIPPER KNIVES (STARTING S/N 1042)
Only Bandit knives, wedges, and hardware are recommended for use in your Bandit chippers. Only then
can you be assured of a quality product that fits and performs the best to the standards of excellence that is
expected from the Bandit chipper.
DANGER
Chipper knives are sharp and can be dangerous. It is always necessary for your protection to be extra
­careful and wear proper hand protection when handling knives. Before changing knives make sure all shut down
procedures are followed.
1. If the machine is S/N 1042 or after or the old knives (knives adjusted with studs in the drum head) are
replaced with knives with set screws (see Figure 3), follow all pre-maintenance shut down procedures.
2. Before attempting any type of maintenance disengage clutch, turn off engine, wait for drum to come to a complete stop, use extreme care and do not allow the chipper drum to turn, disconnect battery, and make sure the ignition key is in your possession.
3. Disconnect the blower hose that connects the discharge chute with the rotor fan housing.
4. Remove the bolts that fasten the discharge chute to the hinged discharge transition. Slide the exhaust chute forward to clear the exhaust transition.
5. Remove the bolts that secure the drum cover and discharge transition to the drum housing.
6. Pivot the drum cover backwards and the discharge transition forward.
7. Carefully rotate the drum head with a pry bar or wood bar until one pocket is facing up and engage the clutch to keep the drum head from rotating.
8. Remove the chipper knife wedge from the knife pocket (see Figure 1).
9.
If installing chipper knives with set screws (see Figure 3), insert the knife gauge (see Figure 2) into the pocket of the drum head until the bottom of the gauge is flush on the bottom of the pocket. Slide the knife stop down until it touches the knife tip, tighten the knife stop bolt, and remove the gauge from the head (see Figure 4). The knife adjustment set screws may have to be fine tuned, depending on the condition of
the knife the knife gauge was set to. If the knife gauge was preset from Bandit, skip to the next step.
10. If equipped, adjust the knife adjustment studs until they are flush with the bottom of your pocket (see ­
Figure 5). The knife adjustment studs are no longer needed to set the knife. If the drum head does not have the knife adjustment studs, go to the next step.
11. Remove the old knife.
12. Clean the knife wedge bar and knife pocket.
13. With the setting on the knife gauge, the new knife can be set. Place the knife tip of the new knife against the knife stop of the gauge, apply Loc-Tite 241 (blue), and adjust the knife set screws until they are flush the bottom of the knife gauge (see Figure 6).
14. Install the new knife and the knife wedge. Torque the knife wedge bolts to 100-110 ft.-lbs. (135-149 Nm).
15. Check the knife to anvil clearance to be .028” to .032” (.7 to .8 mm). If the ­clearance is not within those measurements, adjust the knife set screws so that it is.
16. Repeat steps 7 through 15 for each knife pocket.
17. Once all the knives have been adjusted, confirm the following:
A. All the knives have a clearance of .028” to .032” (.7 to .8 mm) to the anvil.
B. All knife wedge bar bolts are torqued to 100-110 ft.-lbs. (135-149 Nm).
C. The drum can turn freely without any interference between the knives and anvil or knives and drum housing.
18. Pivot the discharge transition up to its operating position. Close the chipper hood to its closed position and install and torque the bolts. Install the discharge chute and air hose.
19. Start the engine, engage the clutch, and allow the drum head to rotate at full RPM for 3 to 5 minutes. Then disengage the clutch, turn off the engine and remove the ignition key so that it is your possession. After the drum head has come to a complete stop, open the chipper hood and repeat step 17. Make any adjustments that may have changed during the test turn.
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MODELS 1290/1690
Figure 1
Chipper Knife
Wedge
CHIPPER SECTION
Figure 2
Knife Gauge
Figure 3
Knife with set
screws
Set Screws
Figure 4
Knife gauge set flush with
bottom of knife pocket and
tip of chipper knife.
Chipper
Knife
Figure 5
Figure 6
Knife adjustment studs flush
with bottom of knife pocket
Knife
Gauge
Chipper Knife
Set screw flush with bottom
of knife gauge.
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MODELS 1290/1690
CHIPPER SECTION
KNIFE GRINDING AND FILING
Only Bandit knives, wedges, and hardware are recommended for use in your Bandit chippers. Only then
can you be assured of a quality product that fits and performs the best to the standards of excellence that is
expected from the Bandit chipper.
Chipper knives MUST be kept sharp at all times for
the ultimate chipper and knife performance. The main
cause of poor cutting performance is dull knives.
Dull Knives Cause:
- Excessive waste of engine horsepower
- Bad quality chips; chunks, slivers, etc.
- Excessive strain on knives and mounting hardware
- Excessive strain on chipper drum bearings and
total machine
- Excessive chipping vibration damaging the ­machine
- Excessive strain on drives, PTO’s, engines, etc.
- Increase the probability of the discharge plugging and decreases the throwing distance
- Loss of time and money
The Dulling Of Chipper Knives Is Caused By:
- Poor quality knives
- Improper anvil / cutter bar to knife clearance
- Force feeding wood faster than chipper will accept
- Dirt, grit, or foreign material on the wood
- Chipper knives ground at wrong angle
- Improper care of knives and knife hardware
These are just a few factors, there are other ­situations
that can lead to the dulling of chipper knives.
NOTICE
Many times a chipper knives cutting edge/point
can be brought back to a good edge with a #10 Flat
Bastard Mill File. This can reduce the amount of
­regrinding.
Typical Knife Grinding Angles:
Knives = 40° Angle
Knives should be replaced in sets. These sets are
determined by the amount of resharpening done to the
knives (knife width). Regrinding knives reduces the
width of the knife. Knife replacement should be done in
sets of the same width knives. That will ­reduce ­chipping
vibration and increase chipping ­performance.
NOTICE
- Keep knives sharp.
- Keep knife angle correct when grinding.
- Do not over grind so knife is narrower than allowed
width, or you will pack wood and break knives.
- Use correct knife size, knife quality, knife ­mounting hardware, and torque knife mounting hardware to the specified torque.
- Replace knife mounting hardware after (5) times of ­
tightening.
CAUTION
Do not grind the knives in a direction which produces
a radius, or hollow grind, on the surface of the knife.
Strength and life of the cutting edge is reduced.
- For maximum chipper efficiency, the original ­
cutting angle must be maintained when the knives are ­sharpened. The knives should be machine ground to produce a flat, straight edge.
- Do not sharpen the knives with a hand held power grinder. The knife angle can’t be held and heat will
distort the metal.
- Sharpening techniques should be the same as
those employed for any high carbon steel cutting edge. Use a coolant and exercise care not to draw temper or crack the cutting edges by excessive heating.
- Knives may be sharpened repeatedly as long as their original width is not reduced to less than the ­specified minimum width. If a knife measures less than the specified minimum width after sharpening, it must be discarded.
- Inspect the knives after grinding to ensure the knives are free of cracks.
- Maintain spare sharpened knives to avoid ­
downtime for knife sharpening.
3/8” x 3” (9.5 mm x 76.2 mm) Chipper Knife
Models 1290 / 1690
2 3/8” MIN.
(60.3 mm)
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MODELS 1290/1690
CHIPPER SECTION
TROUBLE SHOOTING CHIPPER PROBLEMS
1) Chipper Makes Poor Quality Chips or Does Not Feed Properly.
A. Knives have lost their edge. File, grind or replace knives. DO NOT operate the Bandit
with dull knives.
B. Knife anvil / cutter bar worn or needs adjustment. Rotate, repair or replace.
C. Chipper drum is not operating properly.
D. The throat/base opening is a high-wear area. The anvil / cutter bar takes much of this wear but other areas wear as well. ­
Attention must be paid to any areas where outer, noncutting edges of chipper knife are exposed. These areas must be built up with weld to maintain the original integrity.
E. Knives are at the wrong angle. Knives must be ground at a 40° angle.
F. Material being chipped is very small, dry or rotting. This type of material does not ­
produce good chip quality.
2) Chipper Knife Hits Anvil.
A. Check the anvil / cutter bar clearance at both sides of the knife by using a feeler gauge, the clearance should be .028” to .032” (.7 - .8 mm) from all knives.
B. Check the chipper bearing bolts for ­
tightness (SEE TORQUE CHART).
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3) Discharge Plugs or Does Not Throw Chips Properly.
A. Lugging engine on large material - keep engine RPM up.
B. Knives are dull or worn to minimum size.
C. Obstruction in discharge chute. ­
Patches ­welded into the chute can cause ­
obstruction of chip flow. Anything causing an obstruction will cause the chute to plug.
D. Chipping rotting material that has little ­
substance can also plug the discharge chute.
E. Check blower.
4) Chipper Bearings Running Too Hot.
A. Improper lubrication - purge bearings once a day with EP-2 Lithium type grease.
B. Chipper drum operating at too high RPM’s. DO NOT exceed recommended RPM’s. ­
Operating speed of drum should be ­
approximately 2400 rpm’s
C. Bearings worn out (REPLACE).
D. Set screws on bearings are loose.
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MODELS 1290/1690
ELECTRICAL SECTION
TYPICAL ELECTRICAL WIRING DIAGRAMS
WIRING FOR STANDARD 6 PRONG PLUG AND 6 WIRE MAIN
CABLE EFFECTIVE ON MACHINES BUILT AFTER 11/01/04
6 Wire Main Cable Color Code
Red R (Brakes & Breakaway Switch)
White W (Ground)
Green G (Right Turn)
Yellow Y (Left Turn)
Brown BR (Running Lights)
Black BL (Power to Breakaway Switch)
POWER TO
BREAKAWAYBLACK WIRE
BREAK AWAY
SWITCH
RIGHT TURN-GREEN WIRE
LEFT TURN-YELLOW WIRE
RT
LT
S
A
TM
GD
ELECTRIC BRAKES-RED
GROUND-WHITE WIRE
RUNNING LIGHTS-BROWN WIRE
J
AMBER
MARKER
LIGHT
JUNCTION BOX
WIRES SPLICED TOGETHER
WHITE WIRES GROUNDED
6
R
CK
A
BL
BR
R
BR
R
W
BLACK
BREAKAWAY SWITCH
BATTERY
AMBER
MARKER
LIGHT
LEFT TURN YELLOW
RT
S
TM
LT
A
GD
ELECTRIC BRAKES
BLACK
GROUND - WHITE WIRE
RUNNING LIGHTS - BROWN WIRE
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G
BR
BR
J
BR
BR
BL
ELECTRIC
BRAKES
6 WIRE MAIN CABLE COLOR CODE (OLD STYLE)
RIGHT TURN GREEN
RED MARKER
LIGHT
BL
W
WIRE MAIN CABLE
TO RED WIRE
ON MAIN CABLE
ELECTRIC
BRAKES
BR
LICENSE
PLATE
LIGHT
TAILLIGHT
3 LIGHT
MARKER BAR
(IF APPLICABLE)
BR
Y
TAILLIGHT
RED MARKER
LIGHT
OLD STYLE
6 Wire Main Cable Color Code
Black BL (Brakes)
White W (Ground)
Green G (Right Turn)
Yellow Y (Left Turn)
Brown BR (Running Lights)
Red R (Breakaway Switch)
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MODELS 1290/1690
REPLACEMENT PARTS
REPLACEMENT PARTS SECTION
Depending on what replacement parts you are ordering
the following information will be needed:
CHIPPER COMPONENTS
Serial Number
Model Number of Chipper
ENGINE COMPONENTS
Brand
Engine Serial Number
Engine Spec. Number
CLUTCH COMPONENTS
Brand
Serial Number
Assembly Number of Clutch
NOTICE
When ordering any replacement parts you should have the serial number (S/N) and model of
the machine to ensure that you receive the correct replacement part. See page 6 for typical
serial number & work order number locations.
NOTICE
All nuts, bolts, washers, and many other components can be ordered by physical description.
NOTICE
Some of the components shown in this section are for optional equipment and may not apply
to every machine.
NOTICE
Bandit Industries Inc. reserves the right to make changes in models, size, design, installations
and applications on any part without notification.
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MODELS 1290/1690
INFEED HOPPER COMPONENTS
NOTICE Parts may not be exactly as shown.
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MODELS 1290/1690
INFEED HOPPER COMPONENTS
LOCATION
MODEL 1290
PART NUMBER
MODEL 1690
PART NUMBER
1 a.
b.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9 a.
b.
10.
900-4901-83
900-7900-93
712-2000-01
712-1002-74
712-1001-00
716-1000-74
712-0500-16
712-1001-44
980-0507-42
980-0122-55
900-4914-18
712-1002-75
900-4901-83
900-7900-93
712-2000-01
712-1002-74
712-1001-00
716-1000-74
716-0500-16
712-1001-44
980-0507-42
980-0122-55
900-4914-18
712-1002-75
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DESCRIPTION
Folding Pan Spring Lock - 1/2” Diameter Pin
Rubber Cap For Spring Lock - 1/2” Diameter
Folding Pan For Infeed Hopper
Folding Pan Pivot Pin (Road Side)
Flexible Curtain
Mount For Flexible Curtain
Infeed Hopper Assembly
Decal Plate
Wooden Push Paddle
Wooden Push Paddle Mount
Plastic Knob (Not Shown)
Folding Pan Pivot Pin (Curb Side)
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MODELS 1290/1690
CHIPPER COMPONENTS
START S/N 1042
LOCATION
MODEL 1290
PART NUMBER
MODEL 1690
PART NUMBER
1 a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
g.
h.
i.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6 a.
b.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
900-1902-70
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
900-4907-00
900-4903-39
900-4901-32
900-4913-20
712-2000-31
712-300018
900-1914-42
712-3000-88
712-1000-14
712-3000-92
**
**
**
712-200012
**
**
See Page 48-49
See Page 48-49
See Page 50
See Page 50
See Page 50
900-1902-70
Chipper Bearing
712-1000-10
Chipper Bearing Assembly (S/N 1009 Only)
900-1914-74
Bearing Housing Only (S/N 1009 Only) (Not Shown)
900-1914-75
Bearing Cartridge Only (S/N 1009 Only) (Not Shown)
900-1914-76
Bearing Lock Nut & Adapter Sleeve (S/N 1009 Only) (Not Shown)
900-1914-77
Bearing Aluminum Seal Ring(S/N 1009 Only)(Not Shown)
900-4907-00
5/8”-11NC x 4 1/2” Bolt (Not Shown)
900-4903-39
5/8”-11NC Automation Lock Nut (Not Shown)
900-4901-325/8” Mill Carb Washer - 2 Per Bolt (Not Shown)
900-4913-20
Chipper Hood Hinge (Start S/N 1046)
716-2000-00
Discharge Transition Hood Ass’y(Includes #2) Start S/N 1046)
712-300018
Drum Ends (Start S/N 1042)
900-1914-42
Keyless Bushing (Start S/N 1042)
716-300020
Chipper Drum Head Only (Includes #14) (Start S/N 1042)
716-1000-13
Chipper Drum Ass’y With Bearings (Includes 1a, 4-7, & 14)
712-300043
Chipper Shaft Only (Start S/N 1042)
**
Chipper Belts
**
Engine Sheave
**
Engine Sheave Bushing
712-200012
Beltshield Assembly (Starts S/N 1045)
**
Chipper Sheave Bushing
**
Chipper Sheave
See Page 48-49 Chipper Knife Wedge
See Page 48-49 Chipper Knife
See Page 50
Anvil / Cutter Bar
See Page 50
Anvil Mount / Pressure Bar
See Page 50
Floor Plate
DESCRIPTION
** Components vary with engine options order by physical description or machine S/N.
NOTICE Parts may not be exactly as shown.
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MODELS 1290/1690
CHIPPER COMPONENTS
PRE S/N 1042
LOCATION
MODEL 1290
PART NUMBER
MODEL 1690
PART NUMBER
1 a.
b.
c.
d.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
900-1902-70
900-4907-00
900-4903-39
900-4901-32
716-1000-43
712-1000-38
712-0500-33
712-0500-10
712-0500-28
**
**
**
712-0500-19
**
**
See Pages 48-49
See Pages 48-49
See Page 50
See Page 50
See Page 50
900-1902-70
Chipper Bearing
900-4907-00
5/8”-11NC x 4 1/2” Bolt (Not Shown)
900-4903-39
5/8”-11NC Automation Lock Nut (Not Shown)
900-4901-325/8” Mill Carb Washer - 2 Per Bolt (Not Shown)
716-1000-43
Shaft Spacer (Pre S/N 1042)
716-1000-38
Chipper Hood Hinge (Pre S/N 1046)
716-0500-33
Chipper Hood Assembly (Pre S/N 1046)
716-0500-10
Discharge Transition Assembly (Pre S/N 1046)
716-0500-28
Chipper Drum Assembly (Pre S/N 1042)
**
Chipper Belts
**
Engine Sheave
**
Engine Sheave Bushing
712-0500-19
Beltshield Assembly (Pre S/N 1045)
**
Chipper Sheave Bushing
**
Chipper Sheave
See Pages 48-49 Chipper Knife Wedge
See Pages 48-49 Chipper Knife
See Page 50
Anvil / Cutter Bar
See Page 50
Anvil Mount / Pressure Bar
See Page 50
Floor Plate
DESCRIPTION
** Components vary with engine options order by physical description or machine S/N.
NOTICE Parts may not be exactly as shown.
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MODELS 1290/1690
CHIPPER KNIFE & HARDWARE
Model 1290 (Start S/N 1104)
Model 1690 (Start S/N 1042)
Part Numbers For Model 1290 Knives (Start S/N 1104)
LOCATION
PART NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6 a.
b.
900-4914-23
900-9908-57
712-3000-90
900-4906-90
900-4906-77
900-4910-55
900-4910-56
1/4”-20NC x 3/4” Cup Point Set Screw (Start S/N 1104)
3/8” x 3” x 11 15/16” Chipper Knife (Start S/N 1104)
Chipper Knife Wedge (Start S/N 1104)
1/2” Washer
1/2”-13NC x 3” Chipper Knife Wedge Bolt
3/8”-16NC x 1” S.H.C.S. Plug For Wedge Puller Bolt Hole
3/8”-16NC x 2 1/2” S.H.C.S. (Full Thread) Wedge Puller Bolt
NOTICE Torque Knife Wedge Bolts to 100 - 110 ft.-lbs. (135 - 149 Nm)
Part Numbers For Model 1690 Knives (Start S/N 1042)
LOCATION
PART NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12 a.
b.
900-4914-23
900-9906-20
716-300023
900-4906-90
900-4906-77
900-4910-55
900-4910-56
1/4”-20NC x 3/4” Cup Point Set Screw (Start S/N 1042)
3/8” x 3” x 15 15/16” Chipper Knife (Start S/N 1042)
Chipper Knife Wedge (Start S/N 1042)
1/2” Washer
1/2”-13NC x 3” Chipper Knife Wedge Bolt
3/8”-16NC x 1” S.H.C.S. Plug For Wedge Puller Bolt Hole
3/8”-16NC x 2 1/2” S.H.C.S. (Full Thread) Wedge Puller Bolt
NOTICE Torque Knife Wedge Bolts to 100 - 110 ft.-lbs. (135 - 149 Nm)
Part Numbers For Miscellaneous Knife Parts
LOCATION
PART NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
13.
14.
15.
900-9901-68
900-9901-65
900-9901-63
Knife Saver Kit (Not Shown)
File For Knife Saver Kit Only (Not Shown)
Replacement Blades For Knife Saver (Not Shown)
NOTICE Parts may not be exactly as shown.
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MODELS 1290/1690
CHIPPER KNIFE & HARDWARE
Model 1290 (Pre S/N 1104)
Model 1690 (Pre S/N 1042)
Part Numbers For Model 1290 Knives (Pre S/N 1104)
LOCATION
PART NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6 a.
b.
712-1000-04
712-1000-22
712-1000-03
900-4906-90
900-4906-77
900-4910-55
900-4910-56
Knife Adjusting Set Screw (Pre S/N 1104)
3/8” x 3” x 12” Chipper Knife (Pre S/N 1104)
Chipper Knife Wedge (Pre S/N 1104)
1/2” Washer
1/2”-13NC x 3” Chipper Knife Wedge Bolt
3/8”-16NC x 1” S.H.C.S. Plug For Wedge Puller Bolt Hole
3/8”-16NC x 2 1/2” S.H.C.S. (Full Thread) Wedge Puller Bolt
NOTICE Torque Knife Adjusting Set Screws to 4 - 5 ft.-lbs. (5 - 7 Nm)
NOTICE Torque Knife Wedge Bolts to 100 - 110 ft.-lbs. (135 - 149 Nm)
Part Numbers For Model 1690 Knives (Pre S/N 1042)
LOCATION
PART NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12 a.
b.
712-1000-04
716-1000-22
716-1000-05
900-4906-90
900-4906-77
900-4910-55
900-4910-56
Knife Adjusting Set Screw (Pre S/N 1042)
3/8” x 3” x 16” Chipper Knife (Pre S/N 1042)
Chipper Knife Wedge (Pre S/N 1042)
1/2” Washer
1/2”-13NC x 3” Chipper Knife Wedge Bolt
3/8”-16NC x 1” S.H.C.S. Plug For Wedge Puller Bolt Hole
3/8”-16NC x 2 1/2” S.H.C.S. (Full Thread) Wedge Puller Bolt
NOTICE Torque Knife Adjusting Set Screws to 4 - 5 ft.-lbs. (5 - 7 Nm)
NOTICE Torque Knife Wedge Bolts to 100 - 110 ft.-lbs. (135 - 149 Nm)
Part Numbers For Miscellaneous Knife Parts
LOCATION
PART NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
13.
14.
15.
900-9901-68
900-9901-65
900-9901-63
Knife Saver Kit (Not Shown)
File For Knife Saver Kit Only (Not Shown)
Replacement Blades For Knife Saver (Not Shown)
NOTICE Parts may not be exactly as shown.
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MODELS 1290/1690
ANVIL & HARDWARE
LOCATION
MODEL 1290
PART NUMBER
MODEL 1690
PART NUMBER DESCRIPTION
1.
2.
3.
4.
712-1000-24
900-4906-48
900-4906-47
900-4910-93
716-1000-24
Floor Plate
900-4906-485/16” Flat Washer
900-4906-47
5/16” Lock Washer
900-4910-93
5/16”-24NF x 1 3/4” Floor Plate Bolt
NOTICE Model 1290 has 5 Floor Plate Bolts (as shown) and Model 1690 has 7 Floor Plate Bolts.
5.
6.
7.
900-4910-77
712-1000-06
900-4902-78
900-4910-77
716-1000-09
900-4902-78
5/16”-18NC x 1 1/4” S.H.C.S. (Anvil Bolt)
Anvil / Cutter Bar
3/4”-10NC x 2 1/2” Pressure Bar Bolt
NOTICE Model 1290 has 2 Anvil Mount Bolts (as shown) and Model 1690 has 3 Anvil Mount Bolts.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
900-4907-17
900-4907-19
712-1000-05
900-4910-19
900-4913-70
900-4907-17
3/4” Lock Washer
900-4907-193/4” Flat Washer
716-1000-08
Anvil Mount / Pressure Bar
900-4910-193/4”-10NC Jam Nut
900-4913-70
3/4”-10NC x 5” Bolt (Full Thread) - Adjusting Bolt
NOTICE Torque Anvil Bolts to 15 ft.-lbs. (20 Nm)
NOTICE Torque Floor Plate Bolts to 19 ft.-lbs. (26 Nm)
NOTICE Torque Anvil Mount Bolts to 180 ft.-lbs. (245 Nm)
NOTICE Parts may not be exactly as shown.
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MODELS 1290/1690
DISCHARGE COMPONENTS
Special Discharge Options
LOCATION
PART NUMBER
1.
712-200008
2.
712-300023
3.
712-1002-16
4.
712-200007
5 a.
b.
712-1002-62
6.
712-1001-82
7 a.
712-2000-26
b.
712-200009
DESCRIPTION
Special Discharge Brace For Hinged Discharge Ass’y
Special Hinged Discharge Assembly
Special Lock Handle For Bolt-On Discharge Flipper
Special Discharge Flipper Assembly - Bolt-On
Door For Side Discharge - Handle On Bottom (S/N 1040-1042, Started S/N 1050)
Door For Optional Side Discharge - Handle On Top (Pre S/N 1050)
Door Lock Pin For Optional Side Discharge
Optional Side Discharge Ass’y (Includes Flipper)
Optional Side Discharge Ass’y
NOTICE Nuts, bolts, washers, and all other components can be ordered by physical description.
NOTICE Parts may not be exactly as shown.
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MODELS 1290/1690
DISCHARGE COMPONENTS
CURRENT STYLE
LOCATION
PART NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6 a.
b.
7. 8.
9 a.
b.
10.
11 a.
b.
12.
716-300024
712-1002-68
712-1000-08
900-1915-69
712-1002-69
712-1002-67
712-0500-54
900-6901-07
900-9900-61
712-2000-24
712-2000-26
712-1002-27
712-2000-25
900-4901-83
712-1003-08
Mounts For Back Flywheel Guard
Back Flywheel Guard
Flywheel Assembly (Includes #4) (S/N 1047, Start S/N 1049)
Bushing For Flywheel Assembly (S/N 1047, Start S/N 1049)
Bottom Flywheel Guard
Front Flywheel Guard
Flywheel Guard Assembly (Includes 2,5, & 6)
Blower Hose Clamp
Blower Hose
Discharge Assembly (Includes 10 &11) (Starts S/N 1043)
Discharge Ass’y With Side Discharge Option (Includes 10 &11) (Not Shown)
Discharge Flipper Hinge
Discharge Flipper Assembly (Includes #10) (Starts S/N 1042)
Discharge Flipper Adjusting Spring Only
Discharge Brace
NOTICE Nuts, bolts, washers, and all other components can be ordered by physical description.
NOTICE Parts may not be exactly as shown.
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MODELS 1290/1690
DISCHARGE COMPONENTS
PREVIOUS STYLE
LOCATION
PART NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
1 a.
b.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6 a.
b.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
712-1001-41
716-300024
712-1002-68
712-0500-25
900-1901-82
712-1002-69
712-1002-67
712-0500-54
712-1001-59
900-6901-07
900-9900-61
712-0500-11
712-1002-27
712-1000-49
980-0505-68
712-1003-08
Mounts For Back Flywheel Guard - Model 1290
Mounts For Back Flywheel Guard - Model 1690
Back Flywheel Guard
Flywheel Assembly (Pre S/N 1049, except S/N 1047)
Bushing For Flywheel Assembly (Pre S/N 1049, except S/N 1047)
Bottom Flywheel Guard
Front Flywheel Guard
Flywheel Guard Assembly (Includes 2,5, & 6)
Key For Flywheel Bushing
Blower Hose Clamp
Blower Hose
Discharge Assembly (Pre S/N 1043)
Discharge Flipper Hinge
Discharge Flipper Assembly (Pre S/N 1042)
Discharge Flipper Lock Handle
Discharge Brace
NOTICE Nuts, bolts, washers, and all other components can be ordered by physical description.
NOTICE Parts may not be exactly as shown.
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FRAME & ACCESSORY COMPONENTS
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MODELS 1290/1690
FRAME & ACCESSORY COMPONENTS
LOCATION
PART NUMBER DESCRIPTION
1 a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
2 a.
b.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7 a.
b.
c.
d.
8.
9 a.
b.
c.
10.
11a.
b.
c.
12.
13.
14.
15a.
b.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21a.
b.
c.
22a.
b.
900-5900-132 1/2” Heavy Duty Pintle Ring Hitch
900-5905-733” Heavy Duty Pintle Ring Hitch
980-0505-332 5/16” Ball Coupler Assembly
980-0501-472” Ball Coupler Assembly
*--*
Other Hitch Options Available
900-2916-63
Coil Cable Assembly With 6 Prong Plugs - 15’
900-2904-12
6-Prong Trailer Plug Male Plug Only
900-2904-13
6-Prong Trailer Plug Female Plug Only
900-5900-09
Electrical Breakaway Switch
980-0510-51
Optional Spare Tire Mount
900-2915-97
LED Amber Marker Light
980-200202
Optional Cone Holder (Replaces 980-0508-30)
980-200215
Optional Bolt-On Cone Holder (Not Shown)
980-200107
Optional Hoop Style Cone Holder (Not Shown)
900-7900-86
Cap For Cone Holder (Not Shown)
980-0128-91
Optional Stone Guard
900-5904-43
Right Hand Aluminum Fender - 7,000 Lbs. Axle
980-0506-83
Right Hand H.D. Steel Weld-On Fender - 7,000 Lbs. Axle
980-2001-08
Right Hand H.D. Aluminum Fender - 7,000 Lbs. Axle
980-0128-14
Aluminum Fender Mount
900-4913-76
3/4”-10NC x 3 1/2” (Full Thread) Chipper Base Adjusting Bolt
900-4910-193/4”-10NC Jam Nut - Chipper Base Adjuster
900-4902-80
3/4”-10NC Heavy Hex Nut - Chipper Base Adjuster
981-200034
Flag Holder (Curb Side)
900-2915-98
LED Red Marker Light
900-2908-75
Rubber Grommet For LED Tail Light
900-2908-76
LED Tail Light
900-2908-74
Adapter Wire For LED Tail Light (Not Shown)
716-0500-18
Rear Stabilizer
900-2909-93
LED 3 Light Bar
900-2900-07
License Plate Light
900-2902-41
Junction Box For Wiring
981-200033
Flag Holder (Road Side)
900-5904-43
Left Hand Aluminum Fender - 7,000 Lbs. Axle
980-0509-23
Left Hand H.D. Steel Weld-On Fender - 7,000 Lbs. Axle
980-2001-08
Left Hand H.D. Aluminum Fender - 7,000 Lbs. Axle
900-7900-78
Aluminum Tool Box
980-0508-37
Steel Tool Box (Optional)
** Order Brake Hub And Drum Assembly According To Axle Type.
(Grease Type, Oil Type, Never Lube Type).
NOTICE Other Fenders And Fender Stone Shields Are Optional.
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FRAME & ACCESSORY COMPONENTS
LOCATION
PART NUMBER DESCRIPTION
23.
24a.
b.
c.
25a.
b.
26a.
b.
27a.
b.
28a.
b.
29.
30.
31a.
b.
c.
32a.
b.
c.
33a.
b.
c.
34.
35.
36a.
b.
37.
38.
39.
40a.
b.
900-9902-07
Manual Holder
900-7900-78B
Aluminum Battery Box For 460/660/1010 CCA Battery And Manual Holder
980-0509-37
Steel Battery Box For 660/1010 CCA Battery And Manual Holder
980-0509-89
Steel Battery Box For 460 CCA Battery And Manual Holder
900-7900-08
Plastic Battery Liner Box for 660/1010 CCA Battery
900-7900-01
Plastic Battery Liner Box for 460 CCA Battery
900-6900-02
660 CCA Battery
900-6900-01460 CCA Battery
900-5908-44
5,000 Lbs. Side Crank Jack - Zinc (Starting S/N 952)
900-5906-10
2,000 Lbs. Side Crank Jack - Zinc (Replaces 900-5903-79) (Through S/N 951)
900-5905-71
Pivot Mount For 5,000 Lbs. Jack - Square (Starting S/N 952)
910-1001-29
Pivot Mount For 2,000 Lbs. Jack - Round (Through S/N 951)
980-300106
Trailer Plug Receptacle Mount
980-0121-31
Safety Chain Holder
900-4912-71
Safety Chain With Hooks and Spring Latches for Standard Tongue
900-4912-38
Safety Chain With Hooks and Spring Latches for Telescopic Tongue
900-4905-77
Hook For Safety Chain
900-5909-51
7,000 Lb. Torflex Axle Assembly (Electric Brake)
900-5903-84
7,000 Lb. Torflex Axle Assembly (No Brake) 900-5903-82
7,000 Lb. Torflex Axle Assembly (Hydraulic Brake)
900-5904-20
245/75R-16” Tire and White Spoke, 8-Bolt Rim
900-5904-18245/75R-16” Tire Only
900-5904-22
16” x 6” White Spoke, 8-Bolt Rim Only
**
Brake Hub and Drum Assembly
712-0500-74
Telescopic Tongue Assembly
980-0508-25
Optional Wheel Chock Holders Aluminum Bolt-On (Not Shown)
980-0508-26
Optional Wheel Chock Holders Metal Weld-On (Not Shown)
900-5902-32
Optional Rubber Wheel Chock (Not Shown)
900-5900-62
Optional Safety Flags For Fenders (Not Shown)
900-7900-48
Optional Mud Flap (Not Shown)
900-9904-94
Optional Vice (Not Shown)
980-300113
Optional Weld-On Vice Mount (Not Shown)
** Order Brake Hub And Drum Assembly According To Axle Type.
(Grease Type, Oil Type, Never Lube Type).
NOTICE Other Fenders And Fender Stone Shields Are Optional.
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MODELS 1290/1690
FUEL TANK COMPONENTS
LOCKABLE FILL CAP
LOCATION
PART NUMBER DESCRIPTION
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9 a.
b.
c.
10a.
b.
c.
11a.
b.
12a.
b.
13.
712-0500-85
980-0123-07
900-7900-14
900-3909-00
900-3909-01
900-3926-84
900-3926-79
900-3922-60
900-2903-94
900-2903-93
900-2903-55
900-3941-31
900-3941-30
900-3935-06
900-4912-40
P812
900-3917-71
900-3907-66
980-0506-85
23 1/2 Gallon Rectangle Fuel Tank Assembly - Overlap Seams
Tank Mount - Welded To Tank
Rubber Mounting Pad
Return Drop Pipe - Cut To 18” (Approx.) With A 45° Angle On The Bottom
Return Hose Barb
Suction Drop Pipe - Cut To 18” (Approx.) With A 45° Angle On The Bottom
Suction Hose Barb
Magnetic Drain Plug
Rochester Sight Gauge For 23 1/2 Gal. Fuel Tank - Overlap Seams (Starting S/N 940)
Rochester Sight Gauge For 23 1/2 Gal. Fuel Tank - Seam Welded (Through S/N 939)
Face For Sight Gauge Only
Fuel (Diesel) Locking Fill Cap - Green (Replaces 900-3917-71)
Fuel (Gasoline) Locking Fill Cap - Black (Replaces 900-3917-71)
Keeper For Fuel & Hydraulic Locking Fill Cap (Not Shown)
Padlock For Tank With Short Shackle For Locking Cap
Key For Padlock (Not Shown)
Fill Cap Only No Dipstick (Steel Tank)
Fill Cap With Dipstick (Steel Tank)
Fill Cap Lock Assembly For Steel Tank
NOTICE Components vary with fuel type.
Specify gas or diesel when ordering fuel tank components.
NOTICE Tank assemblies vary with options.
Specify all options when ordering.
NOTICE Parts may not be exactly as shown.
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MODELS 1290/1690
OPTIONAL COMPONENTS
LOCATION
PART NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
1.
2.
3.
4.
5 a.
b.
6.
7.
980-0508-17
980-0122-86
*-*
900-7900-57
900-4901-83
900-7900-93
900-4901-61
980-0128-77
Bandit H.D. Foldaway Radiator Screen Ass’y (specify latch type)
Spring Lock Tab Foldaway Radiator Screen
Mount Tray For Foldaway Radiator Screen
Weather Strip
Spring Lock Plunger
Rubber Cap For Spring Lock - 1/2” Diameter
Hook Pull Clamp
Lock Tab For Hook
*-* Will Vary Depending On Engine And Component Options. Order By
Serial Number Of Chipper Or Physical Description.
NOTICE Parts may not be exactly as shown.
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SERVICE RECORD
SERVICE RECORD
DATE
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