Manual - Dalton Ag
OPERATING AND PARTS MANUAL
C-SERIES COMBO SPREADERS
2016
602 E. Van Buren Lenox, Iowa 50851
DaltonAg.com800.342.7498
100% Employee Owned
TABLE OF CONTENTS
TO YOU THE OWNER..............................................................................................................................
1
LIMITED WARRANTY STATEMENT...........................................................................................................
2
NEW MACHINE CHECKOUT.....................................................................................................................
3
OPERATION AND SAFETY.........................................................................................................................
4
LUBRICATION SCHEDULE.........................................................................................................................
5
LUBRICATION DETAIL .............................................................................................................................
6
BOLT TORQUE CHART..............................................................................................................................
7
MACHINE ADJUSTMENT..........................................................................................................................
8
SPECIFICATIONS....................................................................................................................................... 9
SPREAD ADJUSTMENT AND APPLICATION RATES.................................................................................... 10
STANDARD SPREAD SETUP....................................................................................................................... 11
DISTRIBUTOR BLADE TUNING.................................................................................................................. 12
FRAME.....................................................................................................................................................13
C220 HUB AND SPINDLE ASSEMBLY......................................................................................................... 14
C300 & C400 HUB AND SPINDLE ASSEMBLY............................................................................................ 15
FRONT TANK ASSEMBLY............................................................................................................................ 16
REAR AREA ASSEMBLY.............................................................................................................................. 17
TRACTOR HYDRAULIC DRIVEN SPINNERS................................................................................................ 18
C-SERIES HYDRAULIC SPINNERS............................................................................................................... 20
VARIABLE RATE CONTROL, ELECTRICAL PLAN.......................................................................................... 21
SPREADER CONSTANT VALUE................................................................................................................... 22
CALIBRATION NUMBERS FOR VARIABLE RATE SPREADERS....................................................................... 23
PARTS ORDERING PROCEDURE............................................................................................................... 24
TO YOU, THE OWNER
Your Dalton Ag Equipment is the most modern, up-to-date, versatile, machine available for fertilizer
application. The machine is the result of many years of experience, research, development and testing of
equipment for fertilizer application. It is soundly engineered and carefully built to rigid specifications. It is of
rugged and simple construction, with a minimum of moving parts.
However, to obtain maximum performance from your Dalton Ag Equipment, it is necessary to follow the
instructions and safety suggestions in this manual. Each section has been carefully prepared for the purpose
of providing needed and valuable information to the owner and operator. Each operator of this unit should be
familiar with the contents of this manual. Keep it in a safe and convenient location. THERE ARE MANY SAFETY
SUGGESTIONS (CAUTION AREAS) PRINTED THROUGHOUT THIS MANUAL. CAREFULLY READ THEM ALL BEFORE
OPERATING THIS UNIT.
DESIGN IMPROVEMENTS
Dalton Ag Products follows a policy of continuous products improvement. We therefore reserve the right to
make design improvements, and changes in specifications and prices, without incurring obligations to make
revisions or additions to equipment previously sold.
REGISTER
WARRANTY
ONE OF
FOUR WAYS
• Register on-line at:
www.daltonag.com
• Fax your completed warranty registration form to:
641-333-4429
• Email your completed warranty registration form to:
office@daltonag.com
• Mail your completed warranty registration form to:
Dalton Ag, Inc.
P.O. Box 70
Lenox, IA 50851
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LIMITED WARRANTY STATEMENT
DALTON AG, INC. warrants to the original purchaser only that all products manufactured under the Dalton Ag and Mobility Brands
will be free from defects in material and workmanship under normal use and service.
DALTON AG’s obligation under this warranty is limited to repairing or replacing, as it may elect, free of charge and without charge
for installation, at the place of business of a dealer or distributor authorized to handle the equipment covered by this warranty or at
a DALTON AG facility, any parts that prove, in DALTON AG's judgment, to be defective in material or workmanship within two (2)
years after delivery to the original purchaser. DALTON AG shall not be liable for personal injuries or any special or consequential
damages of any kind, either direct or indirect. This warranty is subject to acts of God, fire and existing conditions of supply and
demand, production, ability or inability to deliver, or for any other valid reason beyond the reasonable control of DALTON AG. No
distributor, dealer, agent or DALTON AG employee (other than DALTON's President in writing) is authorized to extend or make any
other or further express or implied warranty or incur any additional obligation on DALTON AG’s behalf in connection with the sale of
this product.
Customer Responsibility
Product Registration - It is a condition of this warranty that the original purchaser fill out the warranty card furnished by DALTON AG
and return it to DALTON AG to be recorded in DALTON AG’s owner file. Registration may also be done on line at
www.DaltonAg.com/warrantyregistration. If the original purchaser's card or electronic registration is not on file at DALTON AG’s
office, the warranty period will extend only from date equipment was picked up or shipped from the DALTON AG plant.
Maintenance - It is the customer’s responsibility to maintain their equipment in accordance with the instructions provided in the
Operator’s Manual. DALTON AG recommends that you keep records and receipts as the customer may be required to verify the
maintenance instructions have been followed.
Operation – It is the customer’s responsibility to operate the equipment only for the purpose for which it was designed and in
accordance with all safety and operational recommendations contained in the Operator's Manual. If a defect in materials or
workmanship occurs, it is the customer’s responsibility to cease operating the equipment until authorized repairs are made.
Damage incurred from continued operation after a defect is discovered may not be covered by this warranty.
What this Warranty Covers
This warranty covers failures caused by defects in materials or workmanship only.
This Warranty does not cover failures caused by:
Improper operation
Unauthorized repairs
Usage contrary to the
Natural calamities
Use of Non DALTON AG parts
intended purpose of the
Unauthorized modifications
Neglected maintenance
product
This Warranty does not cover replacement of Wear or Maintenance Items including, but not limited to:
Lubricants
Hoses
Disks
Idlers
Belts
Filters
Tires
Chains
Blades
Bearings
This Warranty does not cover:
Pickup and delivery of the equipment
Service Calls or Travel Time to and from sites
Rental of replacement equipment during repair period
Products that have been declared a total loss and subsequently salvaged
Overtime labor charges
Parts Warranty
DALTON AG warrants its replacement parts against defects in materials or workmanship for a period of 90 days or the remainder of
the product warranty, whichever is longer under the terms set out above. Remedy for defective replacement parts for units that are
beyond the original product warranty, will be limited to replacement of the failed part.
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NEW MACHINE CHECKOUT
Before attempting to use or operate the spreader it is important to be thoroughly familiarized with the
contents of this manual. Then the machine should be checked using the following check list:
1. All bearings lubricated and tightly mounted with collars securely locked.
(See lubrication schedule page 5.)
2. Conveyor chains, drive chain & ground drive chain adjusted to correct tension. Conveyor chain should
clear frame members by ½ - ¾.
3. Inspect entire machine for loose bolts, especially in the spinner assembly and drive line area.
4. Distributor fan blades set properly. (See spread adjustment and application rates pages 7 through 25.)
5. Setting of metering gate. With the pointer on the number 1 of the spread rate chart decal, the lower
edge of the metering gate should be 1 ¼” above the trough floor.
6. Setting of metering gate on variable rate. With the pointer on the number 1 of the spread rate chart
decal, the lower edge of the metering gate should be 1” above the trough floor or 1/2” above drag
chain.
7. Tighten wheel bolts daily – 310 foot pounds single axle spreaders.
8. Check drive line for ease of operation by turning shaft by hand. If the foregoing inspection reveals
that additional lubrication or adjustment is required, refer to the proper section of this manual for
detailed instructions.
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OPERATION
SPREADER SAFETY:
Before starting in motion please read the following words of caution.
A. It is recommended that initial spreading be done in as low a range as possible to permit easy break-in.
B. Always shut off or disconnect power to spreader before attempting to repair or adjust the spreader.
C. Do not transport machine with ground drive wheel engaged.
D. NEVER back-up spreader with ground drive wheel engaged.
E. Make sure that the towing vehicle brakes are operating properly and are capable of stopping the towing vehicle.
F. If a pick-up is used as the towing vehicle, it is wise to add ballast for additional safety and traction. We
recommend that all towing vehicles be ballast loaded to their recommended G.V.W.
G. Hitches should be of heavy construction and should be welded or bolted directly to the towing vehicle frame.
Hitches should be checked routinely for loose bolts, cracked welds, etc.
H. Never tow a spreader with a drawbar pin less than 1” in diameter. Pins should also have a locking device.
I. Do not tow spreader at speeds in excess of 20 mph loaded or 40 mph empty.
J. Remember, that the stopping and braking distances vary with load and vehicle speed. It is well to familiarize
yourself with the characteristics of your machine under different load and speed conditions.
K. Be sure to attach safety break-away chain and the safety chain to towing vehicle to assure control of spreader in
the case of pin or hitch failure.
L. The unit is designed for hitching to vehicles with drawbar heights between 12 and 18 inches above the ground
level. It will operate with all standard tractor hitches and PTO’s. WARNING: Hydraulically mounted drawbars must be securely and mechanically locked because a fully loaded spreader applies a load in the order of
2000 lbs. to the hitch.
M. WARNING: Remember this unit is designed for agricultural use only and is primarily an off-the-road vehicle and
should be towed at tractor speeds ONLY, not to exceed 20 mph loaded or 40 mph empty. Inspect hubs routinely
to see if they are heating, which indicates either a need for lubrication or improper adjustment of brakes or
bearings, also check stud nuts for tightness.
N. WARNING: The maximum capacity of this unit is 6 tons (600) or 200 cubic feet, based on a material density of
60 pounds per cubic foot. DO NOT EXCEED THIS LIMIT!
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS:
Please read the following completely before spreading.
1) Attach spreader to towing vehicle, make sure hitch and hitch pin are sound.
2) Spinner discs, adjustable chute and conveyor floor should be clean for accurate metering.
3) Set metering gate to desired spread rate according to decal on the back end sheet of tank. Always keep the machine in the lowest possible range.
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LUBRICATION SCHEDULE
Careful observance of the following lubrication schedule is the best preventative maintenance program for
your spreader. We recommend that you establish a firm program to ensure lubrication is in strict
compliance with the following schedule. Use only good grade pressure gun type grease unless otherwise
specified.
DAILY LUBRICATION SCHEDULE
WEEKLY LUBRICATION SCHEDULE
ANNUAL LUBRICATION SCHEDULE
CONVEYOR DRIVE
ALL MODELS
CHAINS
OIL
WHEEL BEARINGS
REPACK
MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE
WASH SPREADER
WEEKLY
CORRECT BELT TENSION
ADJUST TENSION OF CONVEYOUR (SEE
MACHINE CHECKOUT)
TIGHTEN LOOSE BOLTS
SEMI-ANNUALLY
REPLACE WORN OR FAILED PARTS
TOUCH-UP PAINT
5
(6) BEARINGS
LUBRICATE PIN JOINTS WITH
SAE 80-90
LUBRICATION DETAIL
LUBRICATION SCHEDULE
BALL BEARING
EVERY 15 HRS
WHEEL BEARING TWICE A YEAR
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IMPORTANT : Over tightening hardware can be as damaging as under tightening.
Tightening beyond recommended torque will reduce the fastener’s shock load capacity.
WARNING: Never work around any raised implement while in the
raised position without using safety lockups.
7
MACHINE ADJUSTMENT
WHEEL BEARING ADJUSTMENT
After repacking or when inspecting wheel bearings, the following adjustment procedure should be followed. Place flat
washer and spindle nut on spindle. Turn hub as you tighten nut. When a pronounced drag is felt in the bearings, back
off nut one complete slot. If necessary continue to back off the nut until the next slot aligns with the cotter pin hole and
install cotter pin and dust cap.
CONVEYOR CHAIN ADJUSTMENT
Loosen chain take-up locking nuts on outside of front end of trough. Adjust take-up bolts evenly until chain clears main
frame members and axle tube by ¾” ½”. Inspect shaft bearing mounting bolts and shaft locking collars for tightness of set
screws (6 places). Reset take-up locking nuts.
STORAGE
Before storing the spreader for more than a few days, the machine should be emptied completely and thoroughly
washed both inside and out. This precaution will minimize the severity of fertilizer acid corrosion, extend the useful life
of the machine, and prevent damage to drive line and conveyor chain from fertilizer compaction and caking. We further
recommend that the machine be thoroughly greased after washing.
Before operating the machine after extended periods of storage, re-lubricate the entire spreader in accordance with the
lubrication section of this manual. Also check the entire spreader, following the New Machine Checkout Procedure to be
found in a foregoing section of the manual.
Remember that oil and grease are your least expensive corrosion inhibitors.
ADDITIONAL INSTRUCTIONS:
CAUTION
Do not operate your spreader with less than one and a half (1 1/2) inch of metering gate opening as material will compact against metering gate and cause failure of the conveyor chain.
CAUTION
Do not disconnect implement from tractor with material remaining in box.
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SPECIFICATIONS
FEATURES
C220
C300
C400
Capacity (volume)
220 Cu. Ft.
300 Cu. Ft.
400 Cu. Ft.
Capacity (weight)
10 tons
12 tons
12 tons
Overall length
239”
268”
270”
Overall width
102”
147.5”
154.5”
Overall height
99”
108”
119”
Hopper length
120”
120”
164”
Hopper width
93”
102”
102”
Construction - hopper
409 SS
409 SS
409 SS
Construction - frame
8x2 rect. Tube
8x2 rect. Tube
8x2 rect. Tube
Adjustable
Adjustable
Adjustable
Axle(s)
Tandem
Single
Single
Wheels
22.5x13.5
30.5x28
25x36
Used 425/65R 22.5
850/50R30.5
66x4300R25
N/A
N/A
N/A
20” SS Mesh
20” SS Mesh
20” SS Mesh
Conveyor drive
Hydraulic
Hydraulic
Hydraulic
Conveyor rate
Variable
Variable
Variable
24”
24”
24”
Hydraulic
Hydraulic
Hydraulic
80” Fertilizer
80’ Fertilizer
80’ Fertilizer
Control system
Raven
Raven
Raven
Bull Pull Hitch
Optional
Standard
Standard
12K
12K
12K
Tractor hydraulic system req.
28 GPM
28 GPM
28 GPM
Lighting
Optional
Optional
Optional
N/A
Optional
Optional
Optional
Standard
Standard
White
White
White
Metering gate
Tires
Braking system
Conveyor
Spinners
Spinner drive
Spread coverage
Jack
Scale system
Roll Tarp
Standard colors
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SPREAD ADJUSTMENT AND APPLICATION RATES
For accurate and precise spreading rates, it is necessary that you know the weight in pounds per cubic foot of the material to be spread. If this is not known, the weight can be quickly and accurately determined by the following
method:
1. Weigh an empty one gallon container.
2. Fill level full with the material to be used.
3. Weigh container and material, and then subtract the weight of the container to obtain the weight of the
material.
4. Multiply the weight of the material by 7.5 to obtain the weight of the material in pounds per cubic foot.
Example: Typical Material-Potash
1)
2)
3)
4)
Weight of empty one gallon container
Weight of filled container
Weight of container (net)
9.35 X 7.5
1.00 lbs.
10.35 lbs.
9.35 lbs.
70.125 lbs. /cu ft.
You would therefore use the column on the Spread Chart headed 70 to determine the proper gate opening
for the desired application rate.
Your Mobility Spreader with its heavy-duty distributor discs and blades will apply most materials in a 50 foot wide
swath.
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ROTATION
VIEWED FROM BACK OF SPREADER
ROTATION
SCALE: 1:8
Sheet1
1
A
REV
SHEET 1 OF 1
STANDARD SPREAD SETUP
602 E. VAN BUREN ST., LENOX, IA 50851
SIZE SHEET TITLE:
A
DWG:
4410269-R LIME SPINNER BLADE ASSEMBLY
4420570 LIME DISTRIBUTOR BLADE, WELDMENT
4420570 LIME DISTRUBUTOR BLADE, WELDMENT
4410380-L LIME SPINNER BLADE ASSEMBLY
STANDARD SPREAD SETUP
STANDARD SPREAD SETUP
DISTRIBUTOR BLADE TUNING
FINE TUNING OF DISTRIBUTOR AND BLADE SETTINGS
All Mobility Spreaders are given an average standard factory setting of distributor blades. Such a setting, of course,
cannot be perfect for all field conditions and materials. The following information will be helpful in adjusting the
distributor blades on your machine to give optimum performance for your specific conditions.
Your spread pattern will be affected by 1) the material used, 2) the distributor blade setting, and 3) the rotation speed
of the distributors. The distributors are designed to be operated at 750 RPM (540 tractor P.T.O. RPM). A plus or minus
10% change in distributor RPM will increase or decrease spread pattern width accordingly. An increase in PTO RPM will
tend to deposit less material at the center of the spread pattern, while a decrease will deposit more material at the
center. The physical characteristics of the materials being spread, which are important to the spread pattern, include
bulk density, particle size, particle shape, physical strength and rugosity or surface roughness. For best performance it is
recommended that you fine tune your machine to the material being used. The spreading profile and spread swath
width can be changed drastically by alteration of the setting of the distributor blades. The drawing on the next page
shows had blades may be extended from or retracted toward the center of the disc. Also, the angle of blade
intersection with a radius of the disc may be altered. They may be advanced toward coincidence with the disc radius or
retarded away from it. Further, blade lengths are not all equal. These adjustments affect the spread pattern in the
following ways:
1. Advance long blades--more material to the outside of spread pattern; also will increase spread pattern
width.
2. Retard long blades--opposite effect of above.
3. Advance short blades—helps eliminate problem of streaking in the middle of spread pattern.
4. Retard short blades—puts more material in the center of spread pattern.
5. Extend blades away from center of spinner—increases spread width somewhat.
6. Retract blades (more towards center of spinner)—opposite effect of above.
7. Moving flow divider (or chute) toward the front of spreader will tend to put more material in center of
spread pattern. This is because material is deposited on outer edge of spinner causing it to leave earlier.
8. Moving divider toward the rear of the spreader has the opposite effect.
DISTRIBUTOR BLADE TUNING
EXTENDED BLADE
RETRACTED BLADE
ADVANCED BLADE
RETARDED BLADE
ROTATION
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158024 BOLT, .25X2.5 NC S.S.
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153002 BOLT, 1 X 7 NC GRD 8
150061 NUT, 1 NC, LOCKING, PLTD
150005 NUT, .375 NC, PLTD
150210 LOCK WASHER, .375
150212 FLAT WASHER, .375 PLTD
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SIZE SHEET TITLE:
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151805 BOLT, .375 NC X 1.25, PLTD
150212 FLAT WASHER, .375 PLTD
MS 4420488 REGULATOR STAND, BOLT ON, WELDMENT
RC 4420455 HOSE CADDY
163 HYD VALVE 16 GPM
FC51-3 4, HYDRAULIC REGULATOR
COMBO SPREADER FRAME
4420532-HD HITCH CLEVIS
(OR)
4440918 BULL PULL HITCH, CAT 4
4420862 JACK WELDMENT
COMBO SPREADER FRAME
COMBO SPREADER FRAME
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641022 LUG NUT, .5625 NC
641024 LUG BOLT, .5625 NC
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2000141 1.25 SLOTTED NUT, FULL
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SHEET 1 OF 1
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4410244-A, LH and 4410245-A, RH TANDEM
WALKERS, LESS BRAKES w HUBS
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SIZE SHEET TITLE:
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4410244-A TANDEM WALKER, LH, LESS BRAKES w HUBS
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4410245-A TANDEM WALKER, RH, LESS BRAKES w HUBS
2001112, 758 8 BOLT HUB
w RACES
1000514 BRASS BUSHING
4420400-A WALKER, 758x300,
LH, NON BRAKE
2001121 COTTER PIN, .1875 X 2.5
2001119 SPINDLE WASHER
1002407 BEARING
1002404 RACE
2001116 RACE
2001115 BEARING
2001114 SEAL
1000514 BRASS BUSHING
152915 GREASE ZERK, .125 MPT, 45 DEGREE
DT 9643 WALKER SHAFT
2001113, 758 8 BOLT HUB
ASSEMBLY
152915 GREASE ZERK, .125 MPT, 45 DEGREE
1000514 BRASS BUSHING
S5199-K-00-3INCHX18.25INCH SPINDLE
1000514 BRASS BUSHING
DT 9643 WALKER SHAFT
4420401-A WALKER, 758x300,
RH, NON BRAKE
4410244-A, LH and 4410245-A, RH TANDEM WALKERS, LESS BRAKES w HUBS
C220 HUB AND SPINDLE ASSEMBLY
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SPINDLE
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SIZE SHEET TITLE:
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4440847 BOLT, .3125 X .75
4440931 DUST CAP
4440929 COTTER PIN, .375 X 3.5
4440928 SLOTTED NUT, 2-12 NC
4440927 SPINDLE WASHER
4440923 RACE
4440925 BEARING
158032 FLANGE NUT, .75 LUG NUT
4440926 SEAL
4440924 BEARING
4440922 RACE
4440930 LUG BOLT, 2.8125 X .75 NC
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4410337, 881 10-BOLT HUB ASSEMBLY
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4410377 LIME SPREADER, BOLT ON AXLE
4420806 LIME SPREADER, BOLT ON AXLE
4410336, 881 10-BOLT HUB W RACES
G281914 SPINDLE
300 AND 400 COMBO SPREADER HUB AND SPINDLE
C300 & C400 HUB AND SPINDLE ASSEMBLY
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4420569 FRONT ROLLER WELDMENT, LIME SPREADER
1001456 TAKE UP BEARING, 1.25 ID
640519 BOLT, TAKE UP
4440868 WINDOW GASKET
4440883 SIGHT GLASS
4440945 DRAG CHAIN, LIME SPREADER, C-220 - C-300
C-220 / C-300
4440946 DRAG CHAIN, LIME SPREADER, C-400
C-400
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SIZE SHEET TITLE:
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SHEET 1 OF 1
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REV
FRONT TANK ASSEMBLY, COMBO SPREADER
DWG:
4440954 CONVEYOR SPLICE PIN
FRONT TANK ASSEMBLY, COMBO SPREADER
4440882 ROLL TARP, 93 X 120, MOBILITY 8 TON
C-220
4440948 SRT-2 ROLL TARP, 102" X 120"
C-300
4440949 SRT-2 ROLL TARP, 102" X 164"
C-400
FRONT TANK ASSEMBLY, COMBO SPREADER
FRONT TANK ASSEMBLY
4420572 LIME SPINNER, WELDMENT
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MS 4432075 BRACKET, SPEED SENSOR, CHAIN
4441049, GRANULAR ENCODER, 063-0171-071
PRINT DATE
9/16/2016
4400183 400 COMBO SPREADER
CONFIG.
COMMENTS:
CHECKED BY
DRAWN BY
4440972 JACK HANDLE, COMBO
4420913 DOOR CRANK MOUNT
4433253 JACK HANDLE EXTENSION
(4410381 BLADE SET W/ HARDWARE)
4420570 LIME DISTRIBUTOR BLADE, WELDMENT
4440862 1.5IN 2 HOLE FLANGE BEARING
FOR PARTS, CALL 1.800.342.7498
THE INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS
DRAWING IS THE SOLE PROPERTY OF
DALTON AG. ANY REPRODUCTION IN
PART OR AS A WHOLE WITHOUT THE
WRITTEN PERMISSION OF DALTON AG IS
PROHIBITED.
PROPRIETARY AND CONFIDENTIAL
4420577 REAR BUMPER, LIME SPREADER
4420815 LIME SPREADER, DIVERTER
4440898 MOTOR, HYD SPINNER
4440862 1.5IN 2 HOLE FLANGE BEARING
4420576 COUPLER WELDMENT
4440897 REDUCTION GEARBOX
4410268 REAR ROLLER, LIME SPREADER
4410380-L LIME SPINNER BLADE ASSEMBLY
4410269-R LIME SPINNER BLADE ASSEMBLY
4420566 REAR GATE WELDMENT, LIME SPREADER
REAR AREA ASSEMBLY, COMBO SPREADER
4440947 HYDRAULIC MOTOR, 158-1552-001
REAR AREA ASSEMBLY, COMBO SPREADER
REAR AREA ASSEMBLY
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PRINT DATE
Default
CONFIG.
COMMENTS:
CHECKED BY
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FOR PARTS, CALL 1.800.342.7498
THE INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS
DRAWING IS THE SOLE PROPERTY OF
DALTON AG. ANY REPRODUCTION IN
PART OR AS A WHOLE WITHOUT THE
WRITTEN PERMISSION OF DALTON AG IS
PROHIBITED.
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4440898 MOTOR, HYD SPINNER
(DRIVER SIDE)
4440898 MOTOR, HYD SPINNER
(PASSENGER SIDE)
TRACTOR HYDRAULIC DRIVEN SPINNERS, COMBO SPREADER
TRACTOR HYDRAULIC DRIVEN SPINNERS, COMBO SPREADER
TRACTOR HYDRAULIC DRIVEN SPINNERS
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FOR PARTS, CALL 1.800.342.7498
THE INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS
DRAWING IS THE SOLE PROPERTY OF
DALTON AG. ANY REPRODUCTION IN
PART OR AS A WHOLE WITHOUT THE
WRITTEN PERMISSION OF DALTON AG IS
PROHIBITED.
PROPRIETARY AND CONFIDENTIAL
CONFIG.
COMMENTS:
PRINT DATE
CHECKED BY
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4050-12 PIONEER FITTING, FEMALE, .5 INCH NPT
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641679 RESTRICTOR, .06, .5 INCH NPT
.5 O RING FITTING
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5404-8, 2 INCH NIPPLE, .5INCH NPT
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JUMPER HOSE, .375 INCH NPT
1603-8-8 T COUPLER, .5 INCH NPT
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HOSE, .375 INCH
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BACK RETURN HOSE, .375 INCH NPT
140412-8 ADAPTER, .5-.75 INCH NPT
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PMR10 CHECK VALVE, .5 INCH NPT
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8010-4 PIONEER FITTING, .5 INCH
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540412-8, 2 INCH ADAPTER, .5INCH-.75 INCH NPT
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HOSE, .375 INCH
5502-12 ST ELBOW, 90 DEGREE, .5 INCH
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5602-12 T COUPLER, F-F-M, .75 INCH NPT
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HOSE, .375 INCH
FC51-3 4, HYDRAULIC REGULATOR
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FOR PARTS, CALL 1.800.342.7498
THE INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS
DRAWING IS THE SOLE PROPERTY OF
DALTON AG. ANY REPRODUCTION IN
PART OR AS A WHOLE WITHOUT THE
WRITTEN PERMISSION OF DALTON AG IS
PROHIBITED.
CONFIG.
COMMENTS:
PRINT DATE
CHECKED BY
DRAWN BY
PMR10 CHECK VALVE
CONTROL FLOW
PROPRIETARY AND CONFIDENTIAL
PMR10 CHECK VALVE
EXCESS
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4440898 MOTOR, HYD SPINNER
4440898 MOTOR, HYD SPINNER
C-SERIES HYDRAULIC SPINNERS
C-SERIES HYDRAULIC SPINNERS
VARIABLE RATE CONTROL, ELECTRICAL PLAN
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Calculate the Spreader Constant Value
The Spreader Constant value can be calculated in one of two ways: by performing a
mathematical calculation,
or by performing a “catch test” by applying and measuring the product used.
Note: The Spreader Constant value must be recalculated every time the gate opening
dimensions are changed!
Formula Calculation:
First, use a tape measure to measure the following dimensions on the machine:
• Gate height (GH) in inches [cm]
• Gate width (GW) in inches [cm]
• Distance of travel (D) in inches [cm] of the belt per one revolution of the sensor
Second, determine the number of pulses emitted by the encoder per one revolution of the
sensor.
1. Enter a METER CAL value of 10.
2. Enter a TOTAL VOL value of 0.
3. Turn the sensor exactly one revolution. The value in TOTAL VOLUME is the number of
encoder pulses per sensor revolution.
Third, determine the cubic feet [cm] of discharge per one revolution of the sensor by multiplying
the distance of the belt travel per one sensor revolution by the gate height by the gate width,
then dividing it by 1728 (not necessary for determining cubic cm).
For Example:
Distance of Belt Travel per 1 Sensor Revolution (D) = 13 inches [33 cm]
Gate Height (GH) = 3 inches [18 cm]
Gate Width (GW) = 8 inches [38 cm]
Number of Encoder Pulses per 1 Sensor Revolution (P) = 180
D x GH x GW = Cubic Feet of Discharge per 1 Sensor Revolution
1728
13.75 x 8 x 20 = 1.27 cubic feet of discharge per 1 sensor revolution
1728
Finally, calculate the Spreader Constant value using one of the following formulas, using the
example of a 180 CPR granular encoder. Write down this number for future reference when
programming the console.
Rate in Pounds:
P
= Spreader Constant Value
Cubic Feet of Discharge per 1 Sensor Revolution
180
.181
= 994 Spreader Constant
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Calibration Numbers for Variable Rate Ready Spreaders Lime Spreader
Inches of belt travel per revolution of rear roller = 13.45”
Encoder pulses per revolution of rear roller = 180
Gate Width = 20”
Gate Height = Actual inches above the floor (chain is ½” thick)
Meter Cal = Product Density
Speed Cal w/ Sky Trak = 600
Spreader Constant #’s
3” Gate Height = 385
4” Gate Height = 289
8” Gate Height = 145
*The spreader constant is entered by holding down the meter cal. button until the spreader constant
menu comes available.
*These numbers are a good starting point and may be need to be adjusted slightly if your actual rate is
off.
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PARTS ORDERING PROCEDURE
Your Dalton Ag dealer is interested in your new fertilizer application equipment and has the desire to help you get the
most value from it. Through the help of this manual, you will find you can do some of the regular maintenance yourself.
For parts and service, contact the Dalton Ag Dealership from which you purchased your fertilizer application equipment
or your local Dalton Ag dealer.
When replacement parts are required, consult the applicable illustration and parts list to obtain the correct part name
and number. When requesting a replacement part, always include the following information:
1. Complete Part Number
2. Description
3. Quantity Required
4. Machine and Model Number
5. Machine Serial Number - located on the topside of the frame near hitch
6. Provide complete name and address for where and how parts are to be shipped.
NOTE: Right and left hand parts and sides of the units are determined by standing at the rear and facing in the direction
of forward travel.
EQUIPMENT MODEL:___________________________________
EQUIPMENT SERIAL NO.:________________________________
DATE OF PURCHASE:___________________________________
NAME OF DEALER:_____________________________________
DEALER’S PHONE NUMBER:______________________________
Thank you for your business!
602 E. Van Buren Lenox, Iowa 50851
DaltonAg.com800.342.7498
100% Employee Owned
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