BHM-5 Series - Farmer Equipment Sales

BHM-5 Series - Farmer Equipment Sales
B H M-5 S e rie s B ac k h o e
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T AB LE OF CONT ENT S
INT R OD U CT ION
CHAPT ER 1.S AFET Y PR ECAU T IONS
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1.1 SAFETY
1.2 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
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CHAPT ER 2 .S AFET Y D ECALS
CHAPT ER 3.B ACK HOE S PECIFICAT IONS
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3.1 BHM SERIES
3.2 BACKHOE COMPONENT
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CHAPT ER 4.T R ACT OR PR EPAR AT ION
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4.1 ROPS SYSTEM
4.2 HYDRAULIC SYSTEM
4.3 TYRE INFLATION
4.4 WHEEL TREAD SETTINGS
4.5 ATTACHMENT
4.6 COUNTER WEIGHT
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CHAPT ER 5.B ACK HOE OPER AT ION
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5.1 PRECAUTIONARY NOTE
5.2 INITIAL BACKHOE OPERATION
5.3 COLD WEATHER OPERATION
5.4 BACKHOE HYDRAULIC CONTROLS
5.5 SWING AND BOOM LOCK
5.6 STABILIZER CLIPS
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CHAPT ER 6.B ACK HOE M OU NT ING
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6.1 BACKHOE MOUNTING
6.2 PTO CONNECTION
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CHAPT
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CHAPT
CHAPT
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7.HY DR AU LIC PU M PAS S EM B LY
8.LU B R ICAT ION AND M AINT ENANCE
9.T R OU B LE S HOOT ING
10.ILLU S T R AT ED PAR T S CAT ALOG U E
10.1 BOOM ARM
10.2 HYDRAULIC PUMP
10.3 TOWER, STABILIZER and 3PT
10.4 SWING ASSEMBLY
10.5 TOWER ASSEMBLY
10.6 BUCKET
10.7 SEAT
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INT R OD U CT ION
The purpose of this manual is to assist you in maintaining and operating your Value Leader backhoe.
R ead th e en tir e m an u al car efu lly b efo r e o p er atin g , it provides information and
instructions that will help you achieve years of reliable performance.
Some information may be general in nature due to unknown and varying conditions. However,
through experience and these instructions, you should be able to develop operating procedures
suitable to your particular situation.
“Right” and “Left” as used throughout this manual are determined by operator in backhoe seat
position is facing when in use.
The photos, illustrations and data used in this manual are current at the time of printing, but due to
possible in-line production changes, your machine may vary slightly in detail. The manufacturer
reserves the right to redesign the machine as may be necessary without notification.
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Illustrations used in this manual may not show all safety equipment that is recommended to ensure
safe operation of tractor and backhoe. Refer to the Safety Precautions section of this manual for
information concerning safety, consult your dealer for further information.
S er ial Nu m b er an d Lo catio n
The serial and model number is important information about the machine and it may be necessary to
know it before obtaining the correct replacement part. The identification plate is located on the right
side of control console.
S u p p o r t Co n tact In fo r m atio n
Value Leader Support Department is open M-F 8am – 5pm PST
You can reach the support department by phone Toll Free at 1-877-876-7895 or email
support@value-leader.com
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S AFET Y PR ECAU T IONS
1.1 S AFET Y
Understand that your safety and the safety of other persons is measured by how you service and
operate this Backhoe.
Know the position and operations of all controls before you operate. Make sure you check all controls
in safe area before starting.
Read this manual completely and thoroughly and make sure you understand all controls. All
equipment has a limit. Make sure you are aware of the stability and load characteristics of this
Backhoe before you begin operation.
The Safety Information given in this manual does not replace any safety codes, insurance needs,
federal, state and local laws. Make sure your machine has the correct equipment required by your
local laws and regulations.
T h is s a fe ty a le rt s y m b o l in d ic a te s im p o rta n t s a fe ty m e s s a g e s in th is m a n u a l.W h e n y o u s e e th is
s y m b o l, c a re fu lly re a d th e m e s s a g e th a t fo llo w s a n d b e a le rt to th e p o s s ib ility o f p e rs o n a l in ju ry o r
d e a th .
1.2 S AFET Y Pr ecau tio n s
Before starting the engine of your tractor, make sure all operation controls are in park, lock or neutral
position.
Operate controls only when seated in the operator’s seat.
Equip your tractor with a ROPS cab or frame for your protection. See your tractor operator’s manual
for correct usage.
A frequent cause of personal injury or death is persons falling off and being run over. Do not permit
others to ride on your tractor or backhoe. Only one person, the operator, should be on either machine
when they are in operation.
Before leaving the tractor or backhoe, stop the engine, put all controls in neutral, engage the parking
brake and remove the key from the ignition.
Operate the Backhoe smoothly when lowering or lifting loads.
Stay off of slopes too steep for safe operation. Shift down before you start up or down a hill with
heavy load. Avoid “free wheeling”.
Travel speed should be such that complete control and machine stability is maintained at all times.
Where possible, avoid operation near ditches, embankments and holes. Reduce speed when turning,
crossing slopes, and on rough, slick or muddy surfaces.
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1.2 S AFET Y Pr ecau tio n s
Never use your hand to check for suspected leaks under pressure. Use a piece of cardboard or wood
for this purpose. Escaping hydraulic oil or diesel fuel leaking under pressure can have sufficient force
to penetrate the skin and cause infection or other injuries. If this happens seek medical attention
immediately.
To prevent personal injury, relieve all pressure before disconnecting any fluid lines.
Before applying hydraulic pressure, make sure all hydraulic connections are tight and components
are in good condition.
Contact with overhead power lines can cause severe electrical burn or electrocution.
Make sure there is enough clearance between raised equipment and overhead power lines.
Add water to rear tires or rear wheel weights for increased stability.
A backhoe attachment should be transported in a low position at slow ground speeds.
Make turns slowly and use the tractor brakes cautiously. A loaded attachment in the raised position
alters the center of gravity location of the machine and increases the possibility of mishaps.
Do not stand, walk or work under a raised backhoe attachment. Accidental movement of a control
lever or leak in the hydraulic system could cause the backhoe to drop, or attachment to dump,
causing severe injury.
Make sure to always park backhoe on a hard level surface with all safety devices engaged to
prevent backhoe from falling and being damaged or injuring someone. Stands may be required.
When using a backhoe, be alert of bucket, boom and arm position at all times.
Only operators who have been specially trained in backhoe operation and fully understand this
manual can operate the backhoe.
Keep hands, feet and clothing away from all moving parts. Wear close fitting clothing and appropriate
safety equipment (Which includes, steel toed shoes, protective gloves, hard hat, safety glasses and
dusk mask). Prolonged exposure to loud noise can damage hearing. Wear suitable approved hearing
protection such as ear muffs or plugs. Operating equipment safely requires your full attention. Do not
wear radio or music headphones. Secure hair above shoulder length.
You must be in good physical and mental health to operate the backhoe safely. Do not operate the
backhoe when you are ill, fatigued or under the influence of any substance or medication that could
affect your vision, co-ordination or judgment.
ALWAYS CALL BEFORE YOU DIG!
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2. SAFETY DECALS
1. Keep safety decals clean and free of obstructing material
2. Replace damaged or missing safety decals with new decals.
3. If a component with a safety decal(s) affixed is replaced with a new part, ensure new safety
decal(s) are attached in the same locations on the replacement components.
Note some decals appear on both sides of backhoe. #’s 1, 2, 5, 6, and 12
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2. SAFETY DECALS
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2. SAFETY DECALS
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To order safety labels please contact Parts Department at 1-877876-7895 or email support@value-leader.com
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3.V ALU E LEAD ER B HM S ER IES B ACK HOE S PECIFICAT IONS
SPEC
5'Dig VLBHM5
6'Dig VLBHM6
7'Dig VLBHM7
8'Dig VLBHM8
Recommended
Tractor HP
20hp+
25hp+
30hp+
35hp+
3 Point Hitch
Cat.1
Cat.1
Cat.1
Cat.1 or Cat.2
Digging Depth*
5' - 6'
6' - 7'
7' - 8'
8' - 9'
Overall Reach
Out
7' 6"
8' 5"
9' 6"
10' 9"
Operating
Height UP
8' 2"
8' 7"
8' 9"
8' 11"
Dumping Height
5'1"
5' 6"
6' 1"
6'8"
Swing Arc
(Dual Cylinder)
180 Degrees
180 Degrees
180 Degrees
180 Degrees
Stabilizer Width
4' 6"(up) 7'4"(down)
4'6"(up) 7'4"(down)
Dipper Boom
Digging Force
2,510 lbs.
Bucket Digging
Force
4,450 lbs.
Bucket Lift
Capacity
Extended
4'6"(up) 7'4"(down)
2,510 lbs.
2,510 lbs.
4,450 lbs.
4,450 lbs.
4,450 lbs.
800 lbs.
900 lbs.
1,000 lbs.
1,100 lbs.
Bucket Size
Included
12" - 3 Teeth
12" - 3 Teeth
15" - 4 Teeth
15" - 4 Teeth
Included Bucket
Capacity
1.10 (Cu Ft)
1.10 (Cu Ft)
1.40 (Cu Ft)
1.40 (Cu Ft)
Bucket Rotation
180 Degrees
195 Degrees
195 Degrees
203 Degrees
Cylinder Dia.
3 1/4"
3"
3"
3 1/4"
Control Valve
Type
(2) 4-Way & (2) 2Way Joystick
(2) 4-Way & (2) 2Way Joystick
(2) 4-Way & (2) 2Way Joystick
Hydraulic Tank
Capacity
5 Gallon
Hydraulic Pump
Details
PTO Driven w/InLine Filter
PTO Driven w/InLine Filter
PTO Driven w/InLine Filter
6", 12", 15"
6", 12", 15", 18"
6", 12", 15", 18",
24"
2 Years
750 lbs.
800 lbs.
2 Years
1056 lbs.
1106 lbs.
Optional
Buckets Sizes
Available
Warranty
Weight
Crated Weight
2,510 lbs.
4'6"(up) 7'4"(down)
(2) 4-Way & (2) 2Way Joystick
5 Gallon
5 Gallon
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2 Years
1144lbs.
1194lbs.
5 Gallon
PTO Driven w/InLine Filter
6", 12", 15", 18",
24"
2 Years
1496lbs.
1546lbs.
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3.V ALU E LEAD ER B HM S ER IES B ACK HOE S PECIFICAT IONS
Backhoe Components
1.
Bucket
2.
Staff
3.
Boom
4.
Joystick Controls
5.
Hudraulic Tank
6.
Seat
7.
Stabilizers
8.
Swing Cylinders
9.
Tower
10.
3Pt Connections
11.
Trasport Lock Pin
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4.T R ACT OR PR EPER AT ION
Cau tio n : D o n o t ex ceed th e m an u factu r er ’s r atin g fo r m ax im u m g r o s s
v eh icle w eig h t.R efer to Op er ato r ’s M an u al D ealer ,o r M an u factu r e.
Cau tio n : Cer tain S p ecific co n d itio n s m ay n o t p er m it s afe u s e o f b ack h o e at
b ack h o e r atin g o r m ay r eq u ir e m o r e car efu l r es tr icted o p er atio n at th e r ated lo ad .
4.1 R OPS S y s tem
The Tractor must be equipped with an approved ROPS System to ensure adequate operator’s
Protection.
4.2 Hy d r au lic S y s tem
The BHM Series Backhoe hydraulic system is powered by the tractors Power Take Off, and are fitted
with an in-built Hydraulic pump, tank, and in-line filter system. Check fluid level daily, ensure PTO
shaft is greased and change hydraulic filter as required(refer to Lubrication and Maintenance).
B E S U R E T O FOLLOW T HE D ET AILED S T EPS OU T LINED IN AS S EY B LY &
M OU NT ING B EFOR E U S ING T HE B ACK HOE!
Cau tio n : T h e tr acto r / b ack h o e m u s t o n ly b e o p er ated w ith all s afety
eq u ip m en t p r o p er ly in s talled
4.3 T ir e In flatio n
Front Tires must be maintained at the maximum recommended inflation to maintain normal tire profile
with the added weight of backhoe/material.
Rear tires must be maintained at equal pressure within the recommended tire inflation range.
Unequal rear tire inflation can prevent backhoe attachment from controlling the ground across its full
width.
4.4 W h eel T r ead S ettin g s
Tractor front wheel tread setting must be restricted to wheel tread spacing recommended in the
tractor Operator’s Manual.
4.5 Attach m en t
Ensure your tractor’s 3 point linkage system is fitted with sway chains before attaching the backhoe.
Failure to do this can cause the backhoe to swing when travelling potentially causing bodily injury or
machine damage or failure.
Inspect for any worn or damaged parts that are part of the connection between the tractor and
backhoe.
Replace if necessary with parts of suitable strength and quality.
4.6 Co u n ter W eig h t
Add recommended ballast (either front weights or front end loader) to tractor’s front-end for increased
stability. Refer to tractor operator’ manual for specific recommendations on counter weighting tractor.
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5.B ACK HOE OPER AT ION
CAU T ION: T h e tr acto r /b ack h o e s h o u ld o n ly b e o p er ated w ith all s afety
eq u ip m en t p r o p er ly in s talled .K eep as s is tan ts o r b y s tan d er s a s afe d is tan ce
fr o m th e eq u ip m en t o p er atin g ar ea.
5.1 Pr ecau tio n ar y No tes :
- Read and understand this manual to avoid accidents.
- Check the hydraulic fitting lines to be correct and set tightly.
- Maintain and repair (if it is needed) the parts or assemblies, check bolts and pins to be sure
they are positioned tightly.
- Check tractor with the tractor operator’s manual that it can be prepared for operating.
- Warn up and operate the tractor and backhoe carefully. Purge any air in the hydraulic lines
and cylinders by fully cycling all cylinders several times. Check the Fluid level in Tank each after
doing this.
- Check hydraulic level in the tank to the specified level.
- Do not operate the hydraulics when not seated in the backhoe operator’s seat.
- Keep all assistants out of area of operation.
- Do not operate rapidly.
- Do not allow riders other than the operator to be on the tractor while operating.
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Use tractor engine speed that your experience permits. At first set PTO RPM of the tractor to
slow.
Do not use the boom, dipper arm, swing or stabilizers to lift, push or pull objects. Use only to
maneuver and operate the bucket.
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Practice quickly turning off the engine or stopping the backhoe immediately in case of an emergency
situation.
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Do not operate while the rear tractor wheels are off the ground by stabilizer. It is dangerous to
operate the backhoe while rear wheels are off the ground.
Position vehicle so that the backhoe is as near as possible and in such a direction as to minimize
the amount of backhoe turning required to dump.
Keep the unit clean and perform regular service.
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5.B ACK HOE OPER AT ION
W e u r g e y o u to fo llo w th is ad v ice: Failu r e to d o s o w ill r es u lt in a v o id ed
w ar r an ty ,p er s o n al in ju r y ,o r d am ag e to eq u ip m en t
1. Read and understand this manual as well as the Tractor Operator’s Manual.
2. Remember and observe the safety Precautions brought to your attention in this manual,
the tractor manual and on the machinery itself.
3. Use good common sense in the everyday operation of this unit. Safety recommendations
can never be all-inclusive and you are responsible for watching out for and avoiding
unsafe conditions.
4. Never exceed the limits of a piece of machinery. If its ability to do a job, or to do so safely,
is in question, don’t try it.
5. D o n ’t h u rry th e le a rn in g p ro c e s s o r ta k e th e u n it fo r g ra n te d .E a s e in to it a n d b e c o m e
fa m ilia r w ith y o u r n e w b a c k h o e .
Cau tio n : W h en lo w er in g a h eav y lo ad ,eas t it d o w n w ar d s lo w ly .Nev er d r o p a lo ad ed
attach m en t an d “ catch it h y d r au lically ” .S to p p in g a lo ad after it h as g ain ed d o w n lo ad
m o m en tu m p laces u n d u e s tr ain o n th e u n it an d m ay v o id y o u r w ar r an ty ,cau s e u n n eces s ar y
d am ag e to th e b ack h o e/tr acto r o r ev en w o r s e,p er s o n al in ju r y .
Cau tio n : B efo r e d is co n n ectin g h y d r au lic lin es ,r eliev e all h y d r au lic p r es s u r e.Es cap in g
h y d r au lic o il u n d er p res s u re can h av e s u fficien t fo r ce to p en etr ate th e s k in cau s in g s er io u s
p er s o n al in ju r y .If in ju r ed b y es cap in g h y d r au lic o il,s eek m ed ical atten tio n im m ed iately .
Cau tio n : D o n o t o p er ate th e b ack h o e if th e fittin g s ar e leak in g o r if th e h o s es are
d am ag ed .A s u d d en lin e b u r s t w o u ld cau s e th e b o o m ,o r d ip p er ar m b u ck et to d r o p
s u d d en ly ,v o id th e w ar r an ty ,cau s e d am ag e to th e tr acto r /b ack h o e o r in ju r y to p er s o n n el.
5.2 In itial B ack h o e Op er atio n
Before operating the backhoe, fully raise and lower the boom, arm, swing and stabilizers two or
three times. Then raise the bucket above the ground and cycle the bucket cylinders three times.
Lower the bucket to the ground. Ch eck th e tr acto r h y d r au lic o il an d fill to th e co r r ect o il lev el.
Cau tio n : B efo r e leav in g th e m ach in e,s to p th e en g in e,r em o v e th e k ey .Place all co n tr o ls
in n eu tr al,an d eith er s et th e p ark in g b r ak e o r p lace tr acto r in p ar k as eq u ip p ed .
Always keep cylinders in a retracted position when the backhoe is not in use to guard against rust
and contamination which may cause damage to the cylinder rods or hydraulic system. Also, lock
the swing and boom while tractor is moving and storing for an extended period of time.
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5.3 Co ld W eath er Op er atio n
For smooth operation in cold weather, let the tractor warn up. Slowly cycle all of the cylinders
several times to warm the oil in the hydraulic system. The backhoe may operate erratically until the
hydraulic oil has warmed to operating temperatures.
CAU T ION: Op er ate co n tr o ls o n ly w h en s eated in th e o p er ato r ’s s eat w ith
s eat b elt o n .
5.4 B ack h o e Hy d r au lic Co n tr o ls
The backhoe hydraulic valve features 4 control levers. Refer to the diagram below for backhoe
control functions. “Left” and “Right” are determined by the direction the operator is facing when
seated in the backhoe. The Diagram is located on the rear of the control valve bracket and is visible
when operating the valve.
A. Boom & Bucket Control
B. Right Stabilizer Control
C. Left Stabilizer Control
D. Dipper Arm & Swing Control
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5.4 B ack h o e Hy d r au lic Co n tr o ls
-Stabilizer Control Lever is 2 – Way moving stabilizers up & down
- Dipper Arm & Swing Control Lever is 4 – Way moving Dipper out or in & Swing left or
right
- Boom & Bucket Control Lever is 4 – Way moving Boom up or down & bucket cureld
or uncurled.
Practice is needed to eliminate excess motion and increase operating efficiency.
Do not dig near the stabilizers as this can cause unsafe working conditions or accident.
Do not lift the tractor rear wheels off the ground with stabilizers.
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5.5 T R AV ELLING S W ING AND B OOM LOCK
When transporting or dismounting backhoe, you must lock the backhoe’s swing and boom. Position
boom straight back and then slide pin through holes in boom & swing frame.
5.6 T R AV ELLING S T AB ILIZER CLIPLOCK S
When transporting or dismounting backhoe, you must lock Stabilizer Lock Clips. Raise stabilizers and
attacht Lock Clips.
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6.1 B ACK HOE AS S EM B LY & M OU NT ING
-After removing from crate.
-You may need suitable support to lift and hold backhoe behind 3 pt during assembly.
-Attach Filter Bracket to Bracket on Hydraulic Tank, this may require the loosing of the hoses to
acquire needed rotation, then re-tighten the hoses.
-Remove cover of Hydraulic Tank and fill with Tractor Hydraulic Fluid to level indicator on side of tank.
U SE E X T R E M E CA U T I O N DU R I N G CO N N E CT I O N T O T R A CT O R
-The 3.P.T mounting frame is adjustable to suit most tractor models with Cat 1 3pt. linkage.
1. Connect tractor 3.P.T arms to lower mounting frame pins.
2. Connect PTO and move bucket down to lift boom to move main frame into vertical position. Lower
stabilizers to balance backhoe. Raise Lift Arms until 3pt top link frame will be close to horizontal with
top link connection on tractor. See below for PTO Connection details.
3. Connect and Adjust top link assembly. 1bolt under tower(Longest), 2 bolts in middle(Medium
Length), and 1 bolt to top link.
4. Connect left hand and right hand lock out brace to the correct hole and secure the bolt and nut
tightly. (Shortest Bolts)
5. Lower and manually lock the tractor 3.P.T position/Draft Lever. (See Tractor’s Operation Manual)
-Attach Seat with bolts & nuts provided.
-Operate all cylinders in and out 2 times. Check Oil Level again and fill as needed.
-Attach all safety labels
-Grease all 28 points as detailed below in Lubrication Section
IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS DURING ASSEMBLY PLEASE CALL SUPPORT AT
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6.2 PT O CONNECT ION
Ensure PTO shaft is correct length, correct PTO shaft length must have a minimal overlap of
2” in drive position. See PTO Driveline manual for proper steps to reduce overall PTO driveline
length. Connect PTO shaft to tractor, PTO output shaft and backhoe hydraulic pump shaft. Check
PTO shaft has suitable angle prior to operation. Angle of PTO shaft universal must be less than
25degrees, to prevent major damage.
CAUTION: Backhoe should be mounted to the tractor three point linkage.
CAUTION: Never store backhoe without bucket attached to the backhoe.
CAUTION: Never raise 3.P.T position/draft lever while backhoe is connected,
damage could occur to linkage and hydraulic system or void the warranty. Use
mechanical means to secure levers in down positions.
CAUTION: It is Owner/Operator responsibility to ensure
that the tractor 3.P.T top link & Hydraulic lift cover area is
strong enough to accept 3.P.T rigid connection and backhoe
while in operation as extra forces are exerted through top
link. No liability can be accepted for damage to tractor.
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7.0 HY D R AU LIC PU M PAS S EM B LY
Specification
1.H y d rau lic p u m p
2 H y d rau lic p u m p s h aft 13/8” 6S p lin e s
3 B rac k e t
Part N o .
C B F-F42 5-ALPL
Qty
1
1
1
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8.0 LU B R ICAT ION AND M AIT ENANCE
Total of 28 Grease Points
Use Lithium Based All Pupose Grease
Hydraulic Oil – Use Standard Tractor Hydraulic Fluid
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8.0 LU B R ICAT ION AND M AINT ENANCE
CAU T ION : D o n o t p er fo r m s er v ice o r m ain ten an ce Op er atio n s w ith b ack h o e r ais ed o ff
th e g r o u n d .Fo r ad d itio n al acces s to tr acto r co m p o n en ts r em o v e b ack h o e.
Im p o r tan t
Lower the backhoe to the ground and relieve pressure in backhoe hydraulic lines prior to performing
any service or maintenance operations on the tractor or backhoe.
CAU T ION : Es cap in g flu id u n d er p r es s u r e can h av e s u fficien t fo r ce to p en etr ate th e
s k in ,cau s in g s erio u s in ju r y ,b efo r e d is co n n ectin g lin es ,b e s u r e to r eliev e all p res s u re.
B efo r e ap p ly in g p r es s u r e to th e s y s tem ,b e s u r e all co n n ectio n s ar e tig h t an d th at lin es ,p ip es
an d h o s es ar e n o t d am ag ed .Flu id es cap in g fr o m a v er y s m all h o le can b e alm o s t in v is ib le.
U s e a p iece o f car d b o ar d o r w o o d r ath er th an y o u r h an d s to s ear fo r s u s p ected leak s .If
in ju r ed b y es cap in g flu id ,s eek m ed ical atten tio n im m ed iately .S er io u s in fectio n o r reactio n
can d ev elo p if co r r ect m ed ical tr eatm en t is n o t ad m in is ter ed im m ed iately .
Refer to “lubrication and Maintenance Chart” for quick reference to Maintenance Operations.
CAU T ION:D o n o t o p er ate th e b ack h o e if an y fittin g s ar e leak in g o r if th e h o s es are
d am ag ed .A s u d d en lin e b u r s t co u ld cau s e th e b o o m ,d ip p er arm o r b u ck et to d r o p
s u d d en ly ,cau s in g d am ag e to th e tr acto r o r b ack h o e o r in ju r y to p er s o n n el.
CAU T ION:Op er ate th e b ack h o e fr o m th e o p er ato r s eat o n ly .
CAU T ION:D o n o t s tan d o r w alk u n d er a r ais ed b ack h o e.Accid en tal m o v em en t o f
co n tr o l lev er o r leak in h y d r au lic s y s tem co u ld cau s e b o o m o r d ip p er ar m to d r o p ,cau s in g
s ev er e in ju r y .
CAU T ION : T o h elp p r ev en t r o ll-o v er ,ad ju s t th e r ear w h eels to th eir w id es t s ettin g to
m ax im iz e s tab ility .R efer to y o u r tr acto r Op er ato r ’s M an u al fo r r eco m m en d atio n s .
Note: when checking hydraulic system oil level, the backhoe should be on the ground and bucket
fully retracted (all cylinders in retracted position).
Grease all backhoe pivot points daily (10 Hours).
Inspect hydraulic hoses, connections, control valve and cylinders for evidence of leakage.
Tractor tires should be maintained at maximum recommended inflation to maintain normal tire
profile with added weight of backhoe/material. Unequal rear tire inflation can result in bucket not
being level to the ground.
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9.0 TROUBLE SHOOTING
This Trouble Shooting Chart is provided for reference to possible backhoe operational problems.
Determine the problem that best describes the operational problem being experience and eliminate
the possible causes as listed by following the correction procedures.
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9.0 TROUBLE SHOOTING
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10.1 Parts Diagram - Boom
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10.1 Parts Diagram - Boom
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10.2 Parts Diagram - Hydraulic Pump
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10.3 Par ts D iag r am T o w er ,S tab iliz er an d 3PT
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10.3 Par ts D iag r am T o w er ,S tab iliz er an d 3PT
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10.4 Par ts D iag r am S w in g As s em b ly
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10.5 Par ts D iag r am T o w er Par ts
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10.6 Par ts D iag r am B u ck et
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10.7 Par ts D iag r am S eat
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Value-Leader Brand
LIMITED WARRANTY
Unless otherwise stated on purchase invoice, Betst Products, llc. warrants to original Purchaser that
Value-Leader products are free from major defects in material under normal use and service for a
period of Two (2) Years from the date the product is purchased or shipped, whichever is later.
Commercial use 180 days. Use at address that is not yours, is considered commercial use.
Consumable, Expendable, Wear Items (Examples:Rubber & plastic parts, hydraulic hoses, belts, tires,
cables, blades, tines, wedges, teeth, tips, chains, pins, brushes, filters, etc.) and cracked hydraulic pumps,
bent or broken cylinder rods are not covered under this warranty. Warranty does not cover items that
have been modified, damaged by abuse or usage not in accordance with design or maintenance.
Betst Products, llc. obligation under this warranty is to repair or replace defective product upon
approval by; Betst Products, llc., 83371 Melton Rd. N., Creswell OR 97426 that Warranty Claim is
Valid. Product shall be returned upon request of Betst Products, llc. Transportation charges to be
prepaid by buyer. Gasoline or diesel engines used to powered Value-Leader products are
covered by the warranty of the appropriate engine manufacture and Purchaser must look to
the engine manufacture for all issues relating to engine operation.
Betst Products, llc. assumes no responsibility for outside labor.
PERMISSIBLE BY APPLICABLE LAW, BETST PRODUCTS, LLC. HEREBY DISCLAIMS ALL
WARRANTIES OF ANY KIND, EITHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING, ANY IMPLIED
WARRANTIES WITH RESPECT TO THE PRODUCT PURCHASED, WITHOUT LIMITING THE
GENERALITY OF THE FOREGOING, BETST PRODUCTS, LLC. HEREBY EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMS
ALL LIABILITY FOR PRODUCT DEFECT OR FAILURE, CLAIMS THAT ARE DUE TO NORMAL
WEAR, PRODUCT MISUSE, ABUSE, PRODUCT MODIFICATION, IMPROPER PRODUCT
SELECTION, NON-COMPLIANCE WITH ANY CODES, OR MISAPPROPRIATION.• BETST
PRODUCTS, LLC. MAKES NO WARRANTIES TO THOSE DEFINED AS "CONSUMERS" IN THE
MAGNUSON-MOSS WARRANTY-FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION IMPROVEMENTS ACT . THE
FOREGOING EXCLUSIONS OF IMPLIED WARRANTIES DO NOT APPLY TO THE EXTENT
PROHIBITED BY LAW. PLEASE REFER TO YOUR LOCAL LAWS FOR ANY SUCH PROHIBITIONS
THERE SHALL BE NO LIABILITY FOR PRODUCT LIABILITY OR LIABILITY ON THE PART
OF BETST PRODUCTS, LLC. FOR ANY GENERAL, SPECIAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES
ARISING OUT OF THE SALE OR USE OF ANY PRODUCTS SOLD BY BETST PRODUCTS,
LLC OR AN AGENT THEREOF. BETST PRODUCTS, LLC. MAKES NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS
OR IMPLIED, (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, ANY WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY
OR FITNESS OF THE PRODUCTS FOR ANY PURPOSE) WITH RESPECT TO THE PRODUCTS
COVERED BY THIS AGREEMENT EXCEPT AS IN THIS PARAGRAPH OTHERWISE EXPRESSLY
PROVIDED.
THIS IS THE SOLE AND ONLY WARRANTY OF Value-Leader PRODUCTS. NO OTHER WARRANTY
IS APPLICABLE, EITHER EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, IN FACT OR BY LAW,
This warranty shall not be interpreted to render Betst Products, llc., or any authorized agent liable for
injury or damages of any kind or nature, direct, consequential, or contingent, to person or property.
The sole and only remedy in regard to any defective products shall be the repair or replacement thereof
as herein provided. Betst Products, llc., agent(s) of Betst Products, llc. shall not be liable for any
consequential, special, incidental or punitive damages resulting from or caused by any such defects.
Betst Products, llc. reserves the right to make improvements in design or changes in specifications
at any time, without incurring any obligations to owners of units previously sold.
No one is authorized to alter, modify, or enlarge this warranty nor the exclusions, limitations, and
reservation thereof.
Value‐Leader 1‐877‐876‐7895
Support@value-leader.com 12-12-13
WARRANTY VOID IF REGISTRATION IS NOT RECEIVED OR RECORDED ONLINE WITHIN 30
DAYS OF PURCHASE DATE OR SHIP DATE, WHICHEVER IS LATER.
VL REGISTRATION
Item________________________________Model # _________________ Purchase Date_____/_____/_______
Purchased From: ________________________________Gift o Inv#/Order# ____________________________
Owner Name: _______________________________________ Serial # (if Applicable)______________________
Owner Address: _______________________________________
City: ________________________ County: ___________ ST: ______ Zip Code: _____________
Phone: _______________________ Email: ________________________
Acceptance of responsibility:
I (Purchaser) have read operators manual and Limited Warranty or someone has read/and explained all
instructions to me. I understand this warranty does not cover any labor and that all disputes will be settled by
binding arbitration. Binding arbitration is conducted by the Better Business Bureau (BBB) located at 4004 SW
Kruse Way Place Ste 375 Lake Oswego OR 97035 or the current BBB location closest to Betst Products, I
acknowledge my Limited Warranty is void if any attempt to repair or replace defective parts has been made by
unauthorized personnel. I acknowledge receipt of my Operators Manual and have read the Safe Operation
Section. I acknowledge understanding maintenance and safe operation requirements, item specifications,
operation, controls, and storage requirements. I understand that I alone am responsible for proper
maintenance, care and safe operation of this Value-Leader item.
I (Purchaser) agree that persons not familiar with the operation of this item should not be allowed to use it.
Children especially should not operate or be near Power Products when in use. ANYONE OPERATING
VALUE-LEADER PRODUCTS SHOULD HAVE READ OPERATIONS MANUALS AND SAFETY MANUALS.
Owners Signature: x ____________________________________________ Date: ___/___/___
You must sign this warranty and mail or fax copy to Betst Products, 83371 Melton Rd N.#3, Creswell OR
97426. If you prefer you may complete your registration on line at www.Value-Leader.com. This
warranty is not effective unless the Purchaser completes Registration and Warranty Form within 30 days
of purchase or ship date whichever is later.
Fax to 1-904-216-2059
NOTE: We may refuse warranty of any kind unless Betst Product, llc., receives a completed, legible and signed
warranty registration. It is the responsibility of the purchaser to assure that registration document is received by
Betst Products, llc..
Fax to 1-904-216-2059
Revised 10-16-13
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Support@powrkraft.com
2 YEAR EXTENDED WARRANTY & REGISTRATION
Value•Leader•Implement
Branded Products
2 YEAR EXTENDED WARRANTY
2 Year Extended Warranty amends to original Recorded Warranty Registration the
time period of described coverage. Extended Warranty does not apply to
Consumable and Expendable Items as described in Product Warranty Registration.
This Amendment does not affect any other part of recorded Warranty Registration
or Policy.
No one is authorized to alter, modify, or enlarge this Amendment to original
recorded warranty registration.
EXTENDED REGISTRATION & PAYMENT MUST BE RECEIVED
WITHIN 30 DAYS OF PURCHASE DATE
EXTENDED WARRANTY REGISTRATION
Product & Model # : ________________________________________
Serial #: ______________________________
Owner Name: _______________________________________
Betst Products Invoice # ________________________________
Acceptance of responsibility:
I (Purchaser) have Read and understand the Extended Warranty or someone has read/and explained all
the above to me. I understand this extended warranty does not cover any labor. I have filed my Original
Warranty Registration and fully understand my requirements. I understand that I alone am responsible
for proper maintenance, care and safe operation of this tractor implement.
I (purchaser) also understand that persons not familiar with the operation of this equipment should not be
allowed to use it. Children especially should not operate or be near equipment. ANYONE OPERATING
EQUIPMENT SHOULD HAVE READ ALL EQUIPMENT OPERATIONS MANUALS AND SAFETY
MANUALS..
Owners Signature: x ______________________________________________________
Date: _________________
You must sign this extended warranty and Fax to 1-305-397-1780 or mail copy to Betst Products,
83371 Melton Rd N.#3, Creswell OR 97426. This extended warranty is not effective unless the
Purchaser faxes or mails this Registration Form within 30 days of purchase. NOTE: The
Manufacturer may refuse warranty of any kind unless Betst Products receives a completed, legible and
signed extended warranty registration. It is the responsibility of the purchaser to assure that this registration
document is received by Betst Products.
To Make Payment for Extended Warranty Call: 1-877-876-7895
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