79202224RevA LIGHT TRUCK MATERIAL

79202224RevA LIGHT TRUCK MATERIAL
LIGHT TRUCK MATERIAL SPREADER
MODEL 612 (6 1/2’ ENGINE - MECHANICAL DRIVE)
MODEL 812 (8’ ENGINE - MECHANICAL DRIVE)
MODEL 850 (8’ HYDRAULIC DRIVE)
OPERATOR’S MANUAL
DO NOT USE OR OPERATE THIS EQUIPMENT UNTIL THIS MANUAL
HAS BEEN READ AND THOROUGHLY UNDERSTOOD
PART NUMBER 79202224 Rev. A
Table of Contents
1
TABLE OF CONTENTS
79202224 Rev. A
3/05
Hiniker/79202224RevA
TO THE PURCHASER .................................................................................................................. 2
SAFETY...................................................................................................................................... 3-4
OPERATING PROCEDURES .................................................................................................... 5-8
General Information ............................................................................................................... 5
Model 812 and Model 612: Engine/Mechanical Drive ............................................................ 6
Model 850: Hydraulic Drive .................................................................................................... 6
Spread Control ....................................................................................................................... 7
Storage ................................................................................................................................ 7-8
MAINTENANCE & SERVICE PROCEDURES ......................................................................... 9-13
General .................................................................................................................................. 9
Chain Tension....................................................................................................................... 10
Throttle Control Actuator ...................................................................................................... 10
Lubrication ....................................................................................................................... 11-12
Electric Clutch, Trouble Shooting Clutch Problems ......................................................... 12-13
Hydraulic System Trouble Shooting ..................................................................................... 13
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS .......................................................................................... 14-16
OPTIONAL EQUIPMENT ....................................................................................................... 17-19
PARTS BREAKDOWN ........................................................................................................... 20-30
Model 812 and Model 612 Engine Assembly ....................................................................... 20
Model 812 and Model 612 Electrical Assembly .................................................................... 21
Model 812 and Model 612 Hopper Assembly ................................................................. 22-23
Model 850 Hopper Assembly .......................................................................................... 24-25
Discharge Chute Assembly .................................................................................................. 26
Gearbox Assembly ............................................................................................................... 27
Feed Gate Assembly ............................................................................................................ 28
Tie Down Kit ......................................................................................................................... 28
Front Shaft & Apron Chain ................................................................................................... 29
Brake Light Assembly ........................................................................................................... 29
Hydraulic Motor .................................................................................................................... 30
Hydraulic Control Valve ........................................................................................................ 30
SPECIFICATIONS ....................................................................................................................... 31
ELECTRICAL SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - MODEL 812 AND MODEL 612 ................................... 32
WARRANTY ................................................................................................................................ 33
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To The Purchaser
TO THE PURCHASER
This product is designed and manufactured to
give years of dependable service, when properly maintained and used for the purpose for
which it is intended. Never allow anyone to operate this equipment until they fully understand
the complete contents of this manual. It is the
responsibility of owners who do not operate this
equipment to ensure the operator is properly instructed and understands the contents of this
manual. It is also the owner’s responsibility to
ensure that anyone operating this equipment is
mentally and physically capable of so doing.
Your spreader’s identification number plate is at
the location shown below.
Important information is contained in this manual to help ensure safe and efficient operation.
If you have any questions about this manual, or
the equipment discussed herein, contact your
Hiniker dealer.
This is the safety alert symbol. It alerts
an operator to information concerning
personal safety. Always observe and heed
these instructions, otherwise death, or serious injury can result!
All references to LEFT or RIGHT mean viewing
the spreader from the rear and facing the truck.
This Operator’s manual is shipped with this
equipment. Contact your Hiniker dealer for additional copies.
Always obtain original Hiniker service parts.
Substitute parts could adversely affect equipment performance and warranty.
Check that your dealer has forwarded the
Hiniker delivery report copy and the machine
serial number to maintain maximum service and
warranty benefits. This does not put you on any
mailing list and information thereon is not available to others.
DWG NO. 3693
Record the following information for later reference when obtaining service parts:
Purchase Date
Purchaser’s Name
Dealer’s Name
Machine Serial No.
Safety
3
SAFETY
This is the safety alert symbol. It alerts
an operator to information concerning
personal safety. Always observe and heed
these instructions, otherwise death or serious injury can result!
Operator safety is a principle concern in equipment design and distribution. However, many
accidents occur because a few seconds of
thought, and a more careful approach to handling, were ignored.
BEFORE OPERATION
1.
Discipline yourself to visually check for
worn, damaged or cracked parts before
starting use. Replace these with genuine
Hiniker parts.
2.
Escaping hydraulic oil under pressure can
penetrate the skin, causing serious injury.
Do not use your hand to check for leaks.
Use a piece of paper or cardboard to find
suspected leaks.
Accidents can be avoided by knowing and following the precautions cited in this manual.
Tighten all connections before pressurizing
hydraulic lines.
GENERAL SAFETY
1.
Read this manual thoroughly. Make sure
the operator understands it and knows
how to operate this equipment safely. This
equipment can kill or injure an untrained or
careless operator and bystanders. If you
sell this equipment, ensure the new owner
acknowledges receipt of this manual.
2.
Keep all shields and guards in place. For
better viewing, some photos may show a
safety shield open or removed. Never operate this spreader without safety shields
installed.
3.
Do not attempt to handle or service this
equipment, or direct others to do the same,
unless you know how to do it safely and
have the proper tools for the job.
4.
Keep hands, feet, hair and clothing away
from moving parts. Flying material can
cause bodily injury. Wear eye protection.
5.
Do not alter the equipment to the extent of
compromising safety or performance.
6.
Material to be spread can be dangerous.
Improper selection, application, use or handling may be a hazard to persons, vehicle
or other property. Follow instructions and
precautions given by the material manufacturer.
If fluid is injected into the skin, get medical
attention immediately to prevent serious infection.
3.
Check all controls and operating functions
of the machine in a safe area before starting to work.
4.
Do not lubricate, adjust or clean the machine while it is running. After making adjustments, check machine thoroughly for
loose parts, hardware and tools.
DURING OPERATION
1.
Drive carefully and always wear seat belts
when operating a motor vehicle.
2.
Ensure everyone is clear of the machine,
especially away from blind areas of the
operator, before starting or operating this
equipment.
3.
Stay out of hopper when conveyor power
source is engaged. If machine becomes
blocked, do not attempt to remove blockage
until machine has been shut off and conveyor and spinner movement have stopped.
4
Safety
Use a shovel or other long-handled tool to
reach inside the hopper. Never attempt to
break up material inside the hopper with
hands or feet.
4.
Do not ride in any part of spreader while
vehicle is in motion.
5.
Set the brakes and stop the truck’s engine
before adjusting or servicing your spreader.
AFTER OPERATION
1.
Inspect the spreader for components that
have become excessively worn or damaged
and must be repaired or replaced.
2.
Develop a regular maintenance schedule to
ensure safe, dependable spreader operation.
Operating Procedures
5
OPERATING PROCEDURES
GENERAL INFORMATION
Hiniker spreaders are capable of dispersing
a variety of dry materials for control of ice on
roadways, walkways and parking lots.
Vehicle load carrying capacity limits the maximum load that can be safely transported, which
could be less than the volumetric capacity of
the spreader. Check the vehicle’s load rating
certification sticker and DO NOT overload the
vehicle beyond its Gross Vehicle Weight Rating (GVWR) or its Gross Axle Weight Rating
(GAWR). Spreaders are recommended to be
mounted on trucks over 8,500 lb. GVWR.
Use the following tables to calculate vehicle payload when material is loaded in the spreader.
VOLUMETRIC CAPACITY:
(Cubic Yards, Approx.)
LEVEL
HEAPED
Standard 8’ Box
1.78
2.27
8’ Box w/12” Side Ext.
3.10
3.59
Standard 6 1/2’ Box
1.45
1.84
6 1/2’ Box w/12” Side Ext.
2.52
2.92
WEIGHT: (Pounds, Approx.)
8’ Standard Box (Engine Drive)
722
8’ Standard Box (Hydraulic Drive)
657
6 1/2’ Standard Box (Engine Drive)
641
Short Spinner Kit
56
Long Spinner Kit
75
Hinged Hopper Grids, 8’ Box
80
Hinged Hopper Grids, 6 1/2’ Box
70
12” Side Extensions, 8’ Box
160
12” Side Extensions, 6 1/2’ Box
149
Adjustable Inverted “V”, 8’ Box
26
Adjustable Inverted “V”, 6 1/2’ Box
20
MATERIAL WEIGHTS:
(Pounds Per Cubic Yard, Approx)
Very Coarse Rock Salt
950
Coarse Rock Salt
1,215
Coarse Sand - Dry
2,565
Coarse Sand - Wet
3,240
Calculate total material weight by multiplying
pounds per cubic yard by cubic yards of material.
Local, state and federal regulations may require
flashing lights or other additional equipment for
operation on public roadways. It is the owners
responsibility to know and follow laws as they
apply in his area.
Always examine the spreader for worn or damaged components prior to operation. During
operation, listen for unusual noise from the
spreader that might indicate component failure.
Never run a machine in need of repair.
Start the spreader for a short period of time before loading material to test for proper function
of moving parts.
After loading, run the spreader in an isolated
area, clear of people, to become familiar with
the controls and to verify the correct spread pattern. Adjust deflectors on the discharge chute to
achieve the desired spread.
WARNING: Stop the conveyor and set
the vehicle parking brake before leaving the vehicle to make adjustments.
If loading the hopper the night before an impending snowfall or ice storm, park the spreader
indoors, if possible, to help prevent freeze-up of
material before morning.
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Operating Procedures
MODEL 812 and MODEL 612
Mechanical Drive
The spreader cab control consists of a power/
kill switch, a start switch, a throttle speed control switch, and a clutch on/off switch.
The electric clutch can be engaged or disengaged at any engine speed. However, since
engagement time and torque is almost instantaneous, to prevent premature spinner chain failure and chain tension loss, it is recommended
that the electric clutch be engaged at the lowest
possible engine speed without killing the engine.
Burnishing the clutch is necessary to achieve
rated torque capacity. New clutches and clutches that have not been used for a long time,
should be burnished before full load operation
by the following procedure:
DWG NO. 3184
Before starting the engine, check that the clutch
switch is in the OFF position.
To start the engine, first turn the power switch
to RUN, then hold the throttle control switch at
INCREASE for 3 seconds to choke the engine.
Hold the start switch at START until the engine
is running.
IMPORTANT: Do not hold the start switch
for longer than 15 seconds at a time when
attempting to start the engine. Allow the
starter motor to cool for 2 minutes between
attempts.
Once the engine has started, move the throttle
control switch to DECREASE until the engine
runs at the desired speed.
IMPORTANT: Prolonged operation of the engine at full or partial choke may cause premature engine wear or failure due to gasoline - diluted oil or fouled spark plug.
The engine can also be started by using the recoil starter with the power switch in the RUN
position.
CAUTION: If the battery has been removed and machine is to be hand
started, be sure the positive cable (red) at
the battery end has the terminal taped to prevent sparking to ground when the engine is
running.
1.
Run at 50% throttle.
2.
Engage and disengage the clutch 5 times.
(10 seconds on/10 seconds off).
3.
Increase to 75% throttle.
4.
Engage and disengage the clutch 5 times.
(10 seconds on/10 seconds off).
Disengage the clutch and move the power
switch to the STOP position when done using
the spreader.
MODEL 850
Hydraulic Drive
The manual control valve has an “OFF - ON” lever and one control knob. The “OFF - ON” lever
controls the stopping and starting of spreader
operations. The spreader control knob controls
the flow of oil to the hydraulic motor which turns
the apron conveyor and spinner. It is operated
through a range of settings from off to full on
(approximately 15 GPM). Full on depends on
the maximum flow available from the hydraulic pump. Do not exceed 15 GPM or excessive
heating of hydraulic oil by-passing through cab
control will occur.
Breaking in a new hydraulic motor is recommended to ensure optimum motor life. Run the
empty hydraulic drive spreader at full speed for
about one hour before spreading material.
Operating Procedures
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SPREAD CONTROL
Thickness of material cover is controlled by four
variables:
1.
Feedgate Setting:
Raising or lowering the feedgate will increase or decrease the amount of material
delivered to the spinner for any given conveyor speed. Gate openings range from 0”
to 4 1/2”.
DWG NO. 3695A
Adjusting either of the internal deflectors inward
will result in more material to the same side. For
instance, moving the LH deflector inward will
spread more material to the LH side of the pattern.
DWG NO. 3694
2.
Conveyor Speed:
A faster conveyor speed will deliver more
material to the spinner.
3.
Truck Speed:
The slower the vehicle travels, the more
material covers the ground.
4.
Width of Spread:
A wide spread pattern produces a thinner
material cover.
Spread width and direction of spread are controlled by two variables:
1.
2.
Spinner Speed (determined by conveyor
speed):
A faster spinner speed produces a wider
pattern.
Deflector Positions:
In general, the two internal deflectors control the amount of material delivered to either side of the spread pattern, the three
external deflectors control the size of the
spread.
Raising any of the three external deflectors
at the bottom of the discharge chute will produce a wider, thinner distribution of material to
that same side. Adjust the various speeds and
settings one at a time to produce the desired
spread pattern.
STORAGE
Store the spreader in a dry protected area when
it will not be used for an extended period of time.
Perform the following maintenance procedures
at the end of the season to ensure that the machine remains in good operating condition.
1.
Disconnect and remove the battery from
engine drive spreaders. Apply a light coat of
dielectric grease to all electrical terminals,
and cap or tape loose terminals to prevent
damage or corrosion.
2.
Cap hydraulic connections on hydraulic
drive spreaders to prevent contamination to
the hydraulic system.
3.
Wash the spreader to flush out any remaining material.
4.
Inspect for worn or damaged components.
Repair or replace as needed.
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Section
5.
Grease all bearings. Grease points are identified in the Maintenance & Service section
of this manual.
6.
Oil conveyor and roller chains.
7.
Paint or oil exposed sections of sheet metal
to prevent rusting.
Maintain the spreader engine according to the
Briggs & Stratton owner’s manual that is shipped
with the spreader. Engine warranty is described
in the Briggs & Stratton manual.
If service or repair is required, contact an authorized Briggs & Stratton service center. The
service center will ask for the model, type and
code number of the engine.
Locate the nearest service center in the “Yellow Pages” or use the dealer locator at www.
briggsandstratton.com.
Maintenance & Service Procedures
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MAINTENANCE & SERVICE PROCEDURES
Dependable spreader operation is the result of
following good maintenance procedures. Inspect
your spreader frequently to ensure that all parts
are working smoothly, and develop a schedule
for maintenance at required intervals.
GENERAL
Prior to operation of a new spreader, or one that
has been stored, inspect all hardware and verify
proper torque on all bolts and nuts in accordance
with the recommended torque specifications.
GRADE 5 TYPE B & F LOCKNUT TORQUES
Diameter
1/4”
5/16”
3/8”
7/16”
1/2”
5/8”
3/4”
Ft-lbs.
6-10
13-18
23-33
38-54
58-82
117-165
206-292
N-m
8-13
17-25
31-44
51-73
79-112
158-223
280-396
SET SCREW SEATING TORQUE
Socket
Head
#8
#10
1/4
5/16
Torque
In.-lbs.
(Ft-lbs)
20 (1.6)
36 (3)
87 (7.25)
16.5 (13.5)
Torque
N-m
2.25
4
9.8
18.6
Square
Head
#10
1/4
5/16
100 (8.8)
212 (17.7)
420 (35)
11.3
24
47.5
Loose bolts can cause hole elongation and part
failure resulting in dangerous operating conditions and equipment breakdown.
Check all hardware periodically during operation and keep tightened to specified torques.
Replace worn bolts and locknuts with Grade 5
bolts and equivalent type B or F locknuts. Type
B locknuts are plain hex; type F locknuts are
flanged hex.
Fill electrical connectors with dielectric grease
to prevent corrosion of contacts when the connectors are unplugged, and to make connecting
and disconnecting plugs easier.
Wash salt and dirt off the spreader before storage. Paint or oil exposed sheet metal to prevent
rusting.
Maintain the spreader engine according to the
Briggs & Stratton owner’s manual that is shipped
with the spreader. Engine warranty is described
in the Briggs & Stratton manual.
If service or repair is required, contact an authorized Briggs & Stratton service center. The
service center will ask for the model, type and
code number of the engine.
Locate the nearest service center in the “Yellow
Pages” or use the dealer locator at
www.briggsandstratton.com.
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Maintenance & Service Procedures
CHAIN TENSION
Tighten the conveyor chain periodically to compensate for the chain stretching. Adjust both
sides the same amount to equalize the load on
the chain.
PHOTO NO. 2788
THROTTLE CONTROL ACTUATOR
Reassemble the throttle actuator as follows:
PHOTO NO. 4021
Loosen the rear nut, then turn the adjustment
bolt to take up the slack. Tighten the rear nut
after the chain is adjusted. A properly tensioned
chain can be pushed up 1-3 inches about 24
inches from the back of the spreader side rails.
Adjust tension in the roller chain between the
gear box and the spinner shaft by loosening the
four nuts holding the spinner bearings and sliding the spinner shaft.
DWG NO. 5398
PHOTO NO. 2791
Be sure the spinner shaft is vertical before retightening hardware.
Tighten the engine drive chain by loosening the four nuts holding the engine plate,
then sliding the entire engine assembly. Retighten nuts to secure the engine plate.
1.
Assemble the actuator on the bracket.
2.
Advance the actuator arm forward with a
9V battery until the arm is stopped by the
bracket.
3.
Place the plastic block on the actuator arm
and loosely bolt the bracket on the engine
plate.
4.
Slide the governor control rack on the engine fully ahead, then pin to the plastic
block.
5.
Fully tighten the bracket to the engine
plate.
6.
Cycle the actuator to verify that the arm
is stopped by the bracket, not by the engine mechanism.
Maintenance & Service Procedures
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LUBRICATION
CAUTION: Do not lubricate, adjust or
clean the machine while it is running.
Death or serious injury can result.
Prior to operation of a new machine, or one that
has been stored, grease all bearing points with
a high quality SAE multi-purpose grease and oil
the roller chains.
Throughout the season, grease bearings at
about 10 hour intervals and oil roller chains often.
NOTE: Over-greasing may cause seal damage
to bearings. Use only one pump of grease per
fitting.
Replace gear box oil annually with SAE 90 gear
lubricant. Prevent debris from entering the gear
box by cleaning dirt from plug area and wiping
plugs prior to reinstallation.
PHOTO NO. 5101
Remove the drain plug at location 1 to drain
old oil into a 2 pint or larger container and discard. Reinstall the drain plug and remove the
breather at location 2 and the oil level plug at
location 3. Fill the gearbox through the breather
port until oil appears at the level port. Capacity
is about 2 pints. Reinstall the oil level plug and
the breather.
GREASE POINT LOCATIONS
MODEL 812 AND MODEL 612: ENGINE - MECHANICAL DRIVE
DWG NO. 5394
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Maintenance & Service Procedures
GREASE POINT LOCATIONS
MODEL 850: HYDRAULIC DRIVE
DWG NO. 3697A
ELECTRIC CLUTCH
The following procedures are recommended to
maximize the life of the electric clutch:
- Remove and clean the electric clutch at
the end of the snow season.
- After cleaning the clutch, coat both mating surfaces with oil or light grease.
- Remove oil and grease before using the
clutch the following season.
The bolt at location 1 is factory retained with
anaerobic threadlock. If removing or replacing
this bolt, purchase a new bolt with threadlock
from your Hiniker dealer, or apply commercially available threadlock, i.e. Locktite 242
(blue) or Perma-Lok HM118 (red), to a standard
7/16-20 UNF X 1 1/4” Grade 5 hex bolt before
reassembly. Torque to 50 LB.-FT.
DWG NO. 5089
When servicing worn clutch components, the
rotor and armature must be replaced as a pair.
Maintenance & Service Procedures
TROUBLESHOOTING CLUTCH PROBLEMS
A.
Symptom: Clutch will not Engage
PROBLEM
- Low voltage
supply
POSSIBLE CAUSES
- Defective battery
- Faulty charging system
- Bad wiring or connectors
- Zero voltage
- Broken lead wire
- Open clutch coil, check
coil resistance
- Faulty switch
B.
Symptom: Noisy Clutch
PROBLEM
- Failed bearing
POSSIBLE CAUSES
- Loose mounting
- Operating Temperature
above 250O F
- Bearing Preloaded Axially
- Adapter plate
rattles against
antirotation pin
- Some noise is normal: to
reduce noise level, isolate antirotation pin from
frame with rubber.
C.
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Symptom: Clutch Slips
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSES
- Low voltage - Defective battery
- Faulty charging system
supply
- Bad wiring or connectors
- Contaminat- - Oil or grease on clutch
ed friction
surfaces
- Clutch loose - Loose mounting bolt
- Mounting bolt too long and
on shaft
bottoms in shaft before
clamping clutch
- Mounting washer too thin
and deforms when bolt is
tightened
- Clutch not
mounted
square
- Mounting shoulder not
square
- Clutch integral key hitting
end of keyway
- Chamfer too small on spacer
- Broken rivet - Loose mounting
Replace clutch
joints
TROUBLE SHOOTING HYDRAULIC PROBLEMS
Hydraulic System Trouble Shooting Guide
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSES
Pulsating or jerky Insufficient oil supply.
action of motor
REMEDY
Fill oil reservoir and permit motor to run
without load for a short period of time.
Air entering system through suction Check line from tank to pump for cleanliness and possible leaks.
lines.
Motor binding within its case, check by If motor binds, run without load for 30
hand turning motor shaft with wrench minutes; if motor does not operate
or sprocket when power is off. If motor smoothly return to manufacturer.
does not bind or lock, cause is not in
motor.
Air vent on oil tank is blocked.
Excessive heating
Clean out vent to admit atmospheric
pressure to inside of tank.
High pressure hose line kinked or Straighten hose line.
twisted.
Check oil level of reservoir
Insufficient oil supply.
Overloading of system causing oil to Decreased load on motor.
by-pass through the relief valve.
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Installation Instructions
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
GRADE 5 TYPE B & F LOCKNUT TORQUES
Diameter
1/4”
5/16”
3/8”
7/16”
1/2”
5/8”
3/4”
Ft-lbs.
6-10
13-18
23-33
38-54
58-82
117-165
206-292
N-m
8-13
17-25
31-44
51-73
79-112
158-223
280-396
Place a 6” X 6” piece of lumber between the
back of the truck cab and the front of the
spreader to protect the truck from damage
due to shifting of the spreader.
Some operators may prefer to install the
spreader on wooden framework to elevate
the machine for easier cleanout of material
that accumulates beneath the spreader.
4.
Secure the spreader and any wooden
framework to the truck with 1/2 inch hardware through the holes in the bottom of the
side gussets.
5.
Use tie-down chains to secure the spreader
to the truck through the tabs at each corner
of the hopper.
SET SCREW SEATING TORQUE
Socket
Head
#8
#10
1/4
5/16
Torque
In.-lbs.
(Ft-lbs)
20 (1.6)
36 (3)
87 (7.25)
16.5 (13.5)
Torque
N-m
2.25
4
9.8
18.6
Square
Head
#10
1/4
5/16
100 (8.8)
212 (17.7)
420 (35)
11.3
24
47.5
MOUNTING THE SPREADER
1.
Remove the tailgate from the truck according to instructions from the vehicle manufacturer.
WARNING: Never attempt to lift a
spreader with material in the hopper.
Verify that the lifting device is capable of
handling at least 1,000 LB. loads before trying to lift the spreader.
Additional holes in the side gussets are also
available for attaching the spreader to the
vehicle.
NOTE: Inspect hold-down hardware periodically, and retighten as required.
CHUTE ASSEMBLY
1.
Carefully lift the chute assembly onto the
two shoulder bolts installed at the back of
the spreader.
2.
Use (4) four 5/16 inch X 1/2 inch carriage
bolts and locknuts to fasten the chute to the
spreader.
3.
Loosen the nuts holding the spinner shaft
bearings to the chute and slide the shaft toward the gearbox.
2.
Lift the spreader by hooking all four slots at
the corners of the hopper. Balance points
will vary between the three models.
Verify that the sprocket on the spinner shaft
is in line with the sprocket on the gear box
input shaft before installing roller chain
around the two sprockets.
3.
Center the spreader on the truck with the
rear rails extending about 12 inches behind
the furthest point of interference (back of
the truck, bumper, trailer hitch, etc.)
Slide the spinner shaft away from the gearbox to tighten the chain. Check that the
spinner shaft is vertical before retightening
the bearing hardware.
Installation Instructions
BATTERY INSTALLATION
WARNING: A charging battery emits
explosive gases when touched by a
spark or flame. Cover the top of the battery
with electrically non-conductive material to
keep sparks away from battery gases.
- Never lay tools or equipment across the
battery posts. The resulting shock could
cause personal injury or damage to equipment.
- Always disconnect the battery before
removing or replacing electrical components.
- Avoid contact with battery acid. Acid can
seriously burn eyes and skin, and can burn
holes in clothing.
Select a top terminal 12-volt battery with a minimum rating of 400 cold cranking amps for installation in the battery box. The location of the
positive post should be at the right rear of the
box as viewed from the left side of the unit.
Fasten the red battery cable from the engine
assembly to the positive (+) terminal of the battery. Fasten the black cable to the negative (-)
battery terminal.
Secure the battery box to the spreader with
hold-down bands after the power cables are
connected to the battery.
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INSTALLATION OF MODEL 812 AND 612
CAB CONTROL & ELECTRICAL WIRING
Use the bracket and hardware provided to mount
the cab control box at a convenient location for
the operator.
Connect the 23 foot long extension cable to the
7-conductor plug from the engine wiring harness and route the cable along the LH side of
the hopper.
Determine the best location for running the extension cable into the truck cab. If a hole must
be drilled to pass the cable through the cab wall,
protect wires from sharp edges around the hole
with a grommet.
Connect the cab control box cable to the extension cable for operation of the spreader.
CENTER HIGH MOUNTED STOP LIGHT
Center High-Mounted Stop Lights (CHMSL) are
required by federal law on 1994 and newer vehicles. A CHMSL is located at the rear of the
machine. It must be connected to the vehicle
lighting wiring before using the spreader.
Table 1 lists the common locations for tapping
into the brake signal. This is only a partial list
and may not represent your vehicle. Consult
your vehicle dealership on the proper location
to connect the stop light.
The light is sealed and, if needed, must be replaced as an assembly. To install, locate the vehicle lighting feed wire for the CHMSL and connect it to the Red wire on the light. Connect the
light’s white wire to a good VEHICLE ground.
Grounding the light to the hopper assembly may
not be adequate.
Hiniker Company will not be responsible for
damage resulting from the improper connection
of the CHMSL.
16
Installation Instructions
TABLE 1: BRAKE SIGNAL WIRE TAPPING LOCATIONS ON VARIOUS VEHICLES
INSTALLATION * Based on information supplied by vehicle manufacturers. Subject to change without notices
MAKE
MODEL
Ford Series
Super Duty
1999 & newer
Ford F-Series
1994-1998
Ford F-Series
1992 & 1993
Light green wire (#511) going into a white connector on the left front
wheel housing.
Four-way trailer style connector under the dash in the cab.
Dark blue wire in 7 blunt cut wire harness at left rear of frame.
Ford F-Series
1991 & Previous
Wire under the dash carrying the signal from the brake pedal switch.
Chevrolet/GMC
1999 & Newer
Chevrolet/GMC
1994-1998
Chevrolet/GMC
1993 & Previous
Light blue wire in trailer harness.
Solid yellow or white wire routed along the drivers side frame rail.
Labeled as “Center High-Mounted Stop Lamp Feed”.
Wire under the dash carrying the signal from the brake pedal switch.
Dodge
2003 & Newer
Dodge
1995-2002
All other Domestic Trucks
White w/tan stripe wire at rear of left frame member
White w/pink or tan stripe in Gray 4 way connector below the master
cylinder or blunt cut wire marked CHMSL at rear of frame.
Wire under the dash carrying the signal from the brake pedal switch.
INSTALLATION OF MODEL 850
HYDRAULIC CONTROL VALVE
Mount the hydraulic cab control valve in the
truck cab at a location convenient for the operator. The bracket used to mount the valve should
fully enclose the hoses and fittings to protect
the operator from possible oil leaks.
DWG NO. 3700A
Hydraulic ports on the control valve are 3/4-14
NPT pipe threads.
Hydraulic ports on the spreader motor are
7/8-14 UNF O-Ring boss.
DWG NO. 3699
Maximum hydraulic flow rate for the spreader
motor is 15 GPM at 1,750 psi.
Letter symbols at the hydraulic ports on the
valve are as follows:
A 10-micron filter is recommended in the return
line to tank.
P = pressure line from pump to control valve.
T = return line from control valve to reservoir
tank.
A = accessory drive line from control valve to
spreader motor.
Recommended hydraulic oil is 20-W-20 motor
oil with an A.P.I. service classification of CC,
SE, SF or better.
Optional Equipment
17
OPTIONAL EQUIPMENT
ADJUSTABLE INVERTED V OPTION
79202146 Adjustable Inverted V Kit, 6 1/2 Ft. Hopper
79202042 Adjustable Inverted V Kit, 8 Ft. Hopper
REF.
NO.
PART
NUMBER
1
79201998
79202135
400-15052
2
DESCRIPTION
Inverted V, 8 Ft. Hopper
Inverted V, 6 1/2 Ft. Hopper
Strap
DWG NO. 3500
QTY.
1
1
2
1.
Temporarily remove one end cross channel
from the hopper assembly and place the inverted V member inside the hopper. Reinstall the cross channel that was removed.
2.
Fasten the two straps to the two end cross
channels, as shown in the illustration, with
3/8” X 1” hex bolts and locknuts. Fully tighten hardware when the straps hang straight
down.
REF.
NO.
3
4
PART
NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
950-001-105 Hex Head Cap Screw 3/8 - 16 X 1 Gr. 5
034-05168 Lock Nut 3/8 - 16 Uni-Torque
3.
QTY.
4
4
Carefully lift the inverted V member onto the
two straps and support its weight while installing 3/8” X 1” hex bolts and lock nuts at
the desired V height. Release the inverted
V member to rest on bolts and nuts. Height
of the inverted V is adjustable by fastening hardware through different holes in the
straps.
18
Optional Equipment
12” SIDE EXTENSION OPTION
79202144 12” Side Extension Kit, 6 1/2 Ft. Hopper
79202018 12” Side Extension Kit, 8 Ft. Hopper
REF.
NO.
1
2
3
PART
NUMBER
79202014
79202013
79202133
79202016
DESCRIPTION
12” Extension Panel
12” Extension Panel, 8 Ft. Hopper
12” Extension Panel, 6 1/2 Ft. Hopper
Channel
DWG NO. 3499
QTY.
REF.
NO.
PART
NUMBER
2
2
2
3
4
5
6
7
950-003-060
951-005-036
030-16067
951-005-003
1.
Loosely assemble short extension panels
on the front and back of the hopper body
with 3/8” X 3/4” carriage bolts and lock nuts
supplied.
2.
Loosely assemble long extension panels on
hopper body with 3/8” X 3/4” carriage bolts
and lock nuts. Re-use the six bolts and nuts
that fasten the cross channels in the hopper
assembly. Loosely fasten corners of extension panels to one another with 5/16” X 5/8”
carriage bolts and lock nuts.
DESCRIPTION
Carriage Bolt 5/16 - 18 X 5/8 Gr. 5
Lock Nut 5/16 - 18 Mac Lock
Carriage Bolt 3/8 - 16 X 3/4 Gr. 5
Lock Nut 3/8 - 16 Mac Lock
QTY.
12
12
14
14
3.
Loosely install three cross channels from
the extension kit between long panels with
3/8” X 3/4” carriage bolts and lock nuts.
4.
Fully tighten all hardware.
Optional Equipment
19
HINGED HOPPER GRIDS OPTION
79202142 Hinged Hopper Grids Kit, 6 1/2 Ft. Hopper
79202011 Hinged Hopper Grids Kit, 8 Ft. Hopper
REF.
NO.
1
2
1.
PART
NUMBER
79202008
79202136
79202009
DESCRIPTION
Screen, 8 Ft. Hopper
Screen, 6 1/2 Ft. Hopper
Screen Holdown
DWG NO. 3501
QTY.
2
2
2
Place the two screens on the hopper so that
the long rods of the screens are on the bottom and short rods are on top.
REF.
NO.
3
4
PART
NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
950-001-113 Hex Head Cap Screw 5/16 - 18 X 3/4 Gr. 5
951-005-036 Lock Nut 5/16 - 18 Mac Lock
2.
QTY.
6
6
Center the screens length-wise on the hopper and secure to hopper cross channels
with two screen holdowns and 5/16” bolts
and lock nuts.
20
Parts Breakdown
PARTS BREAKDOWN
MODEL 812 AND MODEL 612 ENGINE ASSEMBLY
DWG NO. 5395
REF.
NO.
PART
NUMBER
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
79202025
79201997
79201996
79202007
50000514
50205013
702-53004
950-008-015
79202084
79202130
DESCRIPTION
Engine Mount Plate
Throttle Control Bracket
Throttle Control Arm
Throttle Control Actuator
Engine 10.5 HP
Sprocket 12 Tooth, #40
Straight Key 1/4 X 1
Socket Head Set Screw 1/4-20 X 1/4
Starter Solenoid
Muffler Deflector
QTY.
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
REF.
NO.
PART
NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
QTY.
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
950-005-027
950-001-200
950-003-002
951-005-036
950-002-003
060954
950-004-031
951-003-011
79201995
Self-Tapping Screw #8-18 X 3/8 Type AB
Hex Head Cap Screw 5/16-18 X 1 1/4 Gr. 5
Carriage Bolt 5/16-18 X 1/2 Gr. 5
Lock Nut 5/16-18 Mac Lock
Whiz Bolt 1/4-20 X 3/4
Lock Nut 1/4-20 Nylon Insert
Machine Screw #8-32 X 3/4
Lock Nut #8-32 Nylon Insert
Pin
3
4
2
6
2
2
3
3
1
Parts Breakdown
21
MODEL 812 AND MODEL 612 ELECTRICAL ASSEMBLY
DWG NO. 5397
REF.
NO.
PART
NUMBER
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
36112004
79201729
38812017
38812016
38812018
38812020
38812015
367-001-014
DESCRIPTION
Sander Control Box Assembly
Control Box Bracket Kit
5 Ft. Console Extension
Cable, Console to Engine, 23 Ft.
Battery Cable, Negative
Battery Cable, Positive
Engine Compartment Harness Assembly
8” Cable Tie
QTY.
REF.
NO.
PART
NUMBER
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
39104305
39104307
80302146
38601009
79202007
79202084
38812019
300-14002
DESCRIPTION
Corrugated Split Loom 3/4 inch
Rosebud Clip, 3/4 inch
Electric Clutch Assembly
Closed End Splice Terminal
Throttle Control Actuator
Starter Solenoid
Wire, Solenoid To Starter
Terminal Ring, 5/16”
QTY.
6”
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
22
Parts Breakdown
MODEL 812 & 612 HOPPER ASSEMBLIES
DWG NO. 5396
Parts Breakdown
REF.
NO.
PART
NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
QTY.
1
79202047
79202140
79202031
79202048
79202218
79202005
79202030
79202089
79202219
79201694
720-02123
79202003
79202020
51700215
50404509
79202001
503-54001
50205017
80302146
50400112
60005055
60005056
600-03028
50400113
50400115
79202016
79202002
725-02018
79201999
720-02125
720-02126
109953
720-02128
720-02127
71504138
85501786
79202022
79202024
71504147
8’ Hopper Weldment
6 1/2’ Hopper Weldment
Trim
Battery Box
Engine Assembly (See Page 20)
Feedgate Assembly (See Page 28)
Engine Cover Top Trim
Brake Light Assembly (See Page 29)
Engine Cover Weldment
Apron Chain Wiper
Clevis Bracket
Sprocket Cover
Gearbox Mount Bracket
Gearbox (See Page 27)
Sprocket 48 Tooth, #40
Sprocket 6 Tooth, 1 1/4” Bore
Sprocket 6 Tooth, 1 1/4” Bore
Sprocket 15 Tooth, #40
Electric Clutch Assembly
Roller Chain #40
Bearing 1”, 2 Bolt
Flange Bearing 1”
Flange Bearing 1 1/4”
Apron Chain, 8 Ft. Hopper (See Page 29)
Apron Chain, 6 1/2 Ft. Hopper (See Page 29)
Channel
Front Shaft Weldment
Spring
Front Bearing Plate
Hood Latch Base Bracket
Rubber Latch
Pop Rivet 3/16 X 1/4
Hood Latch Cotter Pin
Hood Latch Pin
Warning Decal
Hiniker Decal
Warning Decal
Hiniker Decal
Caution Decal
1
1
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
3
1
1
2
2
2
8
2
2
1
2
1
1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
REF.
NO.
PART
NUMBER
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
79202023
715-04016
79201172
79201375
702-53004
702-53006
952-004-046
952-004-052
952-004-050
950-006-002
951-005-036
700-09887
50
51
52
53
951-001-008
950-001-094
951-005-081
950-001-300
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
952-002-004
950-001-231
952-001-004
79201171
950-001-108
031-06102
950-001-105
030-16067
952-002-003
951-005-003
951-001-005
950-002-004
060954
031-06005
951-005-083
031-23020
031-23016
79202126
950-003-060
DESCRIPTION
23
QTY.
Danger Decal
1
Decal - No Step
1
Clutch Spacer
2
Snap Ring (Included with gearbox)
1
Straight Key 1/4 X 1
1
Straight Key 1/4 X 1 1/2
2
Machine Bushing 1 X 1 1/2 X .075
A/R
Machine Bushing 1 1/32 X 1 1/2 X .048
A/R
Machine Bushing 1 1/32 X 1 1/2 X .134
A/R
Shoulder Bolt 5/16-18 X 5/8, 1/2 X 5/32
4
Lock Nut 5/16-18 Mac Lock
7
Hex Head Cap Screw 5/8-11 X 4 1/2 Gr. 5 2
Full Thread
Hex Nut 5/8-11
4
Hex Head Cap Screw 7/16-14 X 1 1/2 Gr. 5
2
Lock Nut 7/16-14 Uni-Torque
2
Hex Head Cap Screw 7/16-20 X 1 1/4 Gr. 5 1
Nylon Patch
Flat Washer, 7/16 inch
4
Hex Head Cap Screw 1/2-13 X 1 Gr. 5
4
Lock Washer, 1/2 Inch
4
Washer 15/32 X 1 1/2 X 1/4
1
Hex Head Cap Screw 3/8-16 X 1 1/2 Gr. 5
1
Hex Head Cap Screw 3/8-16 X 5/8 Gr. 5
2
Hex Head Cap Screw 3/8-16 X 1 Gr. 5
2
Carriage Bolt 3/8-16 X 3/4 Gr. 5
16
Flat Washer, 3/8 inch
3
Lock Nut 3/8-16 Mac Lock
21
Hex Nut 3/8-16
2
Whiz Bolt 1/4-20 X 1”
3
Lock Nut 1/4-20 Nylon Insert
3
Hex Head Cap Screw 1/4-20 X 7/8 Gr. 5
4
Lock Nut 1/4-20 Flexloc
4
Socket Head Set Screw 1/4-20 X 3/4
2
Socket Head Set Screw 1/4-20 X 3/8
2
Strap
1
Carriage Bolt 5/16-18 X 5/8 Gr. 5
3
24
Parts Breakdown
MODEL 850 HOPPER ASSEMBLY
DWG NO. 3668A
Parts Breakdown
REF.
NO.
PART
NUMBER
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
79202047
79202031
79202090
79202089
79202005
79201694
79202020
51700215
60005056
60005055
600-03028
503-54001
50205017
79202001
79201693
79202117
20033017
79201999
79202002
50400113
79202016
71504139
79202024
71504138
715-04016
85501786
725-02018
720-02311
702-53006
DESCRIPTION
8’ Hopper Weldment
Trim
Brake Light Bracket
Brake Light Assembly (See Page 29)
Feedgate Assembly (See Page 28)
Apron Chain Wiper
Gearbox Mount Bracket
Gearbox (See Page 27)
Flange Bearing 1”
Bearing 1”, 2 Bolt
Bearing 1 1/4”
Sprocket 6 Tooth, 1 1/4” Bore
Sprocket 15 Tooth, # 40
Sprocket 6 Tooth, 1 1/4” Bore
Hydraulic Motor Connector
Motor Mount Plate
Hydraulic Motor (See Page 30)
Front Bearing Plate
Front Shaft Weldment
Apron Chain (See Page 29)
Channel
Caution Decal
Hiniker Decal
Warning Decal
Decal - No Step
Hiniker Decal
Spring
Clamp
Straight Key 1/4 X 1 1/2
QTY.
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
3
1
1
1
1
2
1
2
2
REF.
NO.
PART
NUMBER
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
702-53004
950-001-231
952-001-004
950-001-094
952-002-004
951-005-081
061806
950-002-004
060954
030-16067
950-001-105
950-001-089
950-002-009
952-001-007
952-002-003
951-005-003
700-09887
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
951-001-008
031-23016
031-23020
950-001-232
950-006-002
950-003-002
951-005-036
79202126
950-003-060
79201172
25
DESCRIPTION
QTY.
Straight Key 1/4 X 1
Hex Head Cap Screw 1/2-13 X 1 Gr. 5
Lock Washer, 1/2 inch
Hex Head Cap Screw 7/16-14 X 1 1/2 Gr. 5
Flat Washer, 7/16 inch
Lock Nut 7/16-14 Uni-Torque
Hex Head Cap Screw 1/4-20 X 2 1/4 Gr. 2
Whiz Bolt 1/4-20 X 1”
Lock Nut 1/4-20 Nylon Insert
Carriage Bolt 3/8-16 X 3/4 Gr. 5
Hex Head Cap Screw 3/8-16 X 1 Gr. 5
Hex Head Cap Screw 3/8-16 X 3/4 Gr. 5
Whiz Bolt 3/8-16 X 1”
Lock Washer, 3/8 inch
Flat Washer, 3/8 inch
Lock Nut 3/8-16 Mac Lock
Hex Head Cap Screw 5/8-11 x 4 1/2 Gr. 5 Full
Thread
Hex Nut 5/8-11
Socket Head Set Screw 1/4-20 X 3/8
Socket Head Set Screw 1/4-20 X 3/4
Hex Head Cap Screw 5/16-18 X 5/8 Gr. 5
Shoulder Bolt 5/16-18 X 5/8, 1/2 X 5/32
Carriage Bolt 5/16-18 X 1/2 Gr. 5
Lock Nut 5/16-18 Mac Lock
Strap
Carriage Bolt 5/16-18 X 5/8 Gr. 5
Spacer
3
4
4
2
4
2
1
3
4
12
2
4
4
4
7
19
2
4
4
2
2
2
2
9
1
3
1
26
Parts Breakdown
DISCHARGE CHUTE ASSEMBLY
DWG NO. 3669
REF.
NO.
PART
NUMBER
1
79202062
79202072
79202061
79202073
79202060
79202059
79202058
79202057
79202056
725-02018
701-35103
953-005-005
952-002-003
79202064
79202074
79202103
715-04017
60004018
50205013
79202075
702-53004
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
DESCRIPTION
Long Discharge Chute
Short Discharge Chute
Long Front Chute
Short Front Chute
Deflector Weldment
LH Side Deflector
RH Side Deflector
Rear Deflector
Adjustment Rod
Compression Spring
Cotter Pin 3/32 X 5/8 inch
Hair Pin Cotter
Standard Flat Washer, 3/8 inch
Long Spinner Shaft
Short Spinner Shaft
Spinner Disc Weldment
Warning Decal
Pillow Block Bearing 1”
Sprocket 12 Tooth, #40
Bearing Shield
Straight Key 1/4 X 1”
QTY.
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
3
2
5
3
4
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
REF.
NO.
PART
NUMBER
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
031-23014
035-42064
031-06010
060954
031-06006
715-04124
950-003-002
950-003-002
26
951-005-036
951-005-036
27
28
29
950-001-111
951-005-023
50400010
DESCRIPTION
QTY.
Socket Head Set Screw 1/4-20 X 1/4
Cotter Pin 1/4 X 1 1/2
Hex Head Cap Screw 1/4-20 X 2 Gr. 5
Lock Nut 1/4-20 Nylon Insert
Hex Head Cap Screw 1/4-20 X 1” Gr. 5
Warning Decal
Carriage Bolt 5/16-18 X 1/2 Gr. 5 (Long Spinner Kit)
Carriage Bolt 5/16-18 X 1/2 Gr. 5 (Short Spinner Kit)
Lock Nut 5/16-18 Mac Lock (Long Spinner
Kit)
Lock Nut 5/16-18 Mac Lock (Short Spinner
Kit)
Hex Head Cap Screw 1/2-13 X 1 1/4 Gr. 5
Lock Nut 1/2-13 Spiralock
Roller Chain #40
2
1
1
5
4
1
10
8
10
8
4
4
1
Parts Breakdown
27
GEARBOX ASSEMBLY
DWG NO. 3178
51700215 Gearbox
REF.
NO.
PART
NUMBER
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
79201406
79201404
79201405
79201407
203-99005
203-99007
203-99006
79201375
79201408
79201377
79201409
79201410
79201411
DESCRIPTION
Worm Gear (Right Hand)
Casting (Tapped Holes)
Casting (Thru Holes)
Worm Gear (Left Hand)
Bearing Cone (1.000 I.D.)
Bearing Cone (1.250 I.D.)
Bearing Cup
Retaining Ring 1”
Retaining Ring 1 1/4”
Seal 1”
Seal 1 1/4”
Output Key (1/4” Square)
Input Key (1/4” Square)
QTY.
1
1
1
1
2
2
4
2
1
1
1
1
1
REF.
NO.
PART
NUMBER
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
79201412
79201413
79201414
79201415
203-50308
79201913
79201715
79201912
79202108
79201713
950-004-067
DESCRIPTION
Pipe Plug
End Plug (Input Shaft)
End Plug (Output Shaft)
Bushing (1/4” NPT to 1/8” NPT)
Pressure Relief (5 PSI)
Input Shaft w/Snap Ring (1” Dia)
Output Shaft (1 1/4” Dia)
Dust Cover
End Cap
Grease Zerk (Not Shown)
Socket Head Cap Screw 5/16-18 X 1 1/2 (Not
Shown)
950-004-068 Socket Head Cap Screw 5/16-18 X 1 3/4 (Not
Shown)
QTY.
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
4
28
Parts Breakdown
FEEDGATE ASSEMBLY
79202005 Feedgate Assembly
REF.
NO.
PART
NUMBER
1
2
3
4
5
79201656
79201657
79202004
100-13156
950-001-105
DESCRIPTION
Lever Weldment
Feedgate Weldment
Feedgate Wiper
Feedgate Linkage
Hex Head Cap Screw 3/8-16 X 1 Gr. 5
DWG NO. 3666
QTY.
REF.
NO.
PART
NUMBER
1
1
1
2
2
6
7
8
9
10
031-10157
951-005-051
951-001-003
952-001-001
952-002-011
DESCRIPTION
Machine Screw 1/4-20 X 3/4
Lock Nut 3/8-16, 2-Way
Hex Nut 1/4-20
Lock Washer, 1/4 inch
Flat Washer, 1/4 inch
QTY.
3
2
3
3
3
TIE DOWN KIT
DWG NO. 2693
792-00803 Truck Hold Down Kit
REF.
NO.
PART
NUMBER
1
720-04007
DESCRIPTION
Turn Buckle
QTY.
REF.
NO.
PART
NUMBER
1
2
720-00007
DESCRIPTION
Eyebolt Stake Pocket
QTY.
1
Parts Breakdown
29
FRONT SHAFT & APRON CHAIN
DWG NO. 3673
REF.
NO.
PART
NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
QTY.
1
2
3
4
000-28670
953-001-016
000-28666
401-00279
Coupler Link Pin
Cotter Pin, 1/8 X 1/2 Long
Chain Link with Pins (Repair Only)
Slat with Welded Links & Pins (Repair Only)
A/R
A/R
A/R
A/R
REF.
NO.
PART
NUMBER
5
50400113
50400115
79202002
79202001
6
7
DESCRIPTION
QTY.
Apron Chain Assembly, 8 Ft. Hopper
Apron Chain Assembly, 6 1/2 Ft. Hopper
Front Shaft Weldment
Sprocket 6 Tooth, 1 1/4” Bore
1
1
1
1
BRAKE LIGHT ASSEMBLY
79202089 Brake Light Assembly
DWG NO. 3674
REF.
PART
NO.
NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
QTY.
1
2
Lamp
Grommet
1
1
79202091
79202092
REF. PART
NO. NUMBER
3
79202093
79202089
DESCRIPTION
QTY.
Plug
Brake Light Assembly
1
30
Parts Breakdown
HYDRAULIC MOTOR BREAKDOWN
20033017 Hydraulic Motor
REF.
NO.
1
2
3
PART
NUMBER
650-00021
DWG NO. 2788
DESCRIPTION
Seal Kit for Roller Stator Motors
Dust Seal (Included in Seal Kit)
Wire Snap Ring (Included in Seal Kit)
Backup Shim (Included in Seal Kit)
QTY.
REF.
NO.
1
1
1
1
4
5
6
7
PART
NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
QTY.
Lathe Cut Seal (Included in Seal Kit)
Body Seal (Included in Seal Kit)
Seal Spacer Assembly (Included in Seal Kit)
Thrust Washer (Included in Seal Kit)
1
3
1
1
HYDRAULIC CONTROL VALVE
DWG NO. 3047A
REF.
NO.
PART
NUMBER
1
2
200-20053
720-05075
DESCRIPTION
Control Valve Assembly
Replacement Knob (Fluid Controls)
QTY.
REF.
NO.
PART
NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
QTY.
1
A/R
3
4
720-05076
715-04087
Replacement Knob (Gresen)
Operator Warning Decal
A/R
1
Specifications
SPECIFICATIONS
DIMENSIONS:
8 FT. HOPPER
6 1/2 FT. HOPPER
Length Inside
96 In.
78 In.
Length Overall
116 In.
98 In.
Width
54 In.
54 In.
Height
33 1/2 In
33 1/2 In.
CAPACITY: Cubic Yards
Level
1.78
1.45
Heaped
2.27
1.84
With 12” Extensions, Level
3.10
2.52
With 12” Extensions, Heaped
3.59
2.92
Weight: Model 812 Hopper Only
722 lbs. (Approx.)
Weight: Model 850 Hopper Only
657 lbs. (Approx.)
Weight: Model 612 Hopper Only
641 lbs. (Approx.)
CONVEYOR:
Trough Width:
14 Inches
Flight Bars:
1/4” X 3/4” on 9 1/4 Inch Centers
MODEL 812 & 612: 8’ & 6 1/2’ Engine - Mechanical Drive
10.5 HP Air Cooled 4 Cycle OHV Gasoline Engine
12 Volt Electric Starter with Alternator
3 Quart Fuel Tank
Electric Throttle Control
1600 RPM to 3600 RPM
Electric Clutch Rated @ 105 Ft-lbs Torque
80:1 Gear Reduction
MODEL 850: 8’ Hydraulic Drive
Hydraulic Motor Ports:
7/8-14 UNF O-Ring Boss
Control Valve Ports:
3/4-14 NPTF
Maximum Recommended Flow Rate:
15 GPM
Theoretical Speed at Max. Flow:
510 RPM
Steady State Pressure:
1,750 PSI
SPINNER:
Disc Diameter:
12 Inches
Shaft Diameter:
1 Inch
31
32
Electrical Schematic Diagram
ELECTRICAL SCHEMATIC
MODEL 812 & 612
DWG NO. 3691
Hiniker Warranty 33
HINIKER WARRANTY
HINIKER SPREADER LIMITED WARRANTY
The only warranty Hiniker Company (Hiniker) gives and the only warranty that any Hiniker dealer is authorized to
give on behalf of Hiniker is as follows: (NO EMPLOYEE OR REPRESENTATIVE IS AUTHORIZED TO CHANGE
THIS WARRANTY IN ANY WAY OR GRANT ANY OTHER WARRANTY.)
Hiniker warrants to the original purchaser of a Hiniker spreader that Hiniker will repair or replace any defects
in material and workmanship that occur within two years from date of retail delivery except the following items:
Hiniker warrants that it will repair or replace any defects in materials or workmanship with respect to the paint
finish, any accessories, and service parts and components for a period of one year from date of retail delivery.
Hiniker’s obligation and liability under this warranty is expressly limited to repairing or replacing, at Hiniker’s option, at an authorized Hiniker dealer location, the defective parts at no charge to the original purchase. HINIKER
MAKES NO OTHER WARRANTY, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED AND MAKES NO WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR OF FITNESS FOR ANY PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
HINIKER’S OBLIGATION UNDER THIS WARRANTY SHALL NOT INCLUDE ANY TRANSPORTATION CHARGES TO OR FROM THE AUTHORIZED HINIKER DEALER LOCATION OR ANY LIABILITY FOR INCIDENTAL,
INDIRECT OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGE OR DAMAGES OF ANY KIND FOR LOST PROFITS OR DELAY.
If requested by Hiniker, products or parts for which a warranty claim is made are to be returned freight prepaid
to our factory. Any improper use, operation beyond rated capacity, substitution of parts not approved by Hiniker
Company, or any alteration or repair in such manner as in our judgment affects the product materially and adversely shall void this warranty.
Hiniker reserves the right to make improvements or changes to any of it’s products without notice. Such improvements or changes shall not trigger any obligation by Hiniker to update, modify or change any products previously
sold by Hiniker.
HINIKER does not warrant the following:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
The engine. (The engine warranty is the responsibility of the engine manufacturer.)
Used products.
Any product that has been repaired, modified or altered in a way not approved by Hiniker Company.
Depreciation or damage caused by normal wear, lack of reasonable and proper maintenance, failure
to follow Operators Manual Instructions, misuse, lack of proper protection during storage, or accident.
Parts replacement and service necessitated by normal wear or maintenance including, but not limited
to, conveyor chain, drive chain, bearings and spinner disc.
Paint finish damage caused by normal wear.
Hiniker does not assume any liability for any damage to a motor vehicles resulting from the attachment or use
of a Hiniker spreader. Compliance with applicable motor vehicle regulations is the responsibility of the installer.
Attachment of a Hiniker spreader to a motor vehicle is at the risk of the purchaser.
It is the responsibility of the original spreader purchaser to verify the original date of purchase.
A DELIVERY REPORT FORM must be filled out and received by Hiniker with 30 days of retail delivery at the address below to initiate the warranty coverage.
HINIKER COMPANY
58766 240th St.
P.O. Box 3407
MANKATO, MN 56002-3407
PHONE (507) 625-6621 -- FAX (507) 625-5883
www.hiniker.com
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