9281 LeSaint Drive • Fairfield, Ohio 45014 Phone (513) 874-2818 • Fax (513) 874-2914 Parts Dept.: 1-800-229-8707 Sales: 1-800-543-7166 T170 HydroSeeder ® Parts and Operator’s Manual Model SM LBT170-SM Rev. A Serial No. _____________ INDEX Safety First . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Safety Summary Section . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-5 Definition of Hydroseeding . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Mounting: Dimensions, Capacities, and Truck Calculations . . . . . . . . . 6-8 Attachments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Pre Start Check . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Equipment Check . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-10 2 Valve Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-11 Starting Procedure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Material Capacities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-13 Tank Capacity Chart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Loading . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15-16 Prior to Application . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Discharge Nozzle Selection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Application of Slurry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17-18 I.General Application Techniques . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 II.Application Through the Boom . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 III.Application Through Hoses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17-18 Reloading . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Liming . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19-20 Trouble Shooting the HydroSeeder® . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-23 Cleaning and Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24-25 Hydraulic System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 Lubrication Chart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26-27 Pump Parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28-29 Pump Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30-31 Power Take-Off Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32-33 Clutch Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34-39 Notes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40-44 Parts Section . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45 Continued Hydroseeder® is a registered trademark of the Finn Corporation Tank Top Parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46-47 Pump, Piping, And Discharge Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48-49 Discharge Boom Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50 Pump Parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51 Controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52-53 Hydraulic System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54-55 Agitator & Seal Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56-57 Hatch Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58 Hydraulic Agitator Drive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59 Electrical System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60-61 Power System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62-63 Air Intake and Exhaust Systems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64-65 Power Take-Off Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66-67 Decals and Location . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68-69 Hose Reel Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70-71 Discharge Hose Extensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72 Spare Parts, Repair Kits, and Miscellaneous Parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73 Tool Kit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74 Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76 Warranty Registration Card . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77 SAFETY FIRST With any piece of equipment, new or used, the most important part of its operation is SAFETY! Finn Corporation encourages you and your employees to familiarize yourselves with your new equipment and to stress safe operation. The first six pages of this manual are a summary of all the main safety aspects associated with this unit. Be sure to read completely before operation of machine. This symbol is used throughout the operation and maintenance sections of this manual to call attention to safety procedures. - Pay Attention - DANGER: Immediate hazards which WILL result in severe personal injury or death. WARNING: Hazards or unsafe practices which COULD result in severe personal injury or death. CAUTION: Hazards or unsafe practices which COULD result in minor personal injury or product or property damage. IMPORTANT: Indicates that equipment or property damage could result if instructions are not followed. NOTE: Gives helpful information. Finn Corporation CALIFORNIA CALIFORNIA Proposition 65 Warning Proposition 65 Warning The engine exhaust and some of its constituents are known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects, and other reproductive harm. Battery posts, terminals and related accessories contain lead and lead compounds, chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and reproductive harm. Wash hands after handling. 1 HYDROSEEDER® SAFETY SUMMARY SECTION It is important that all operators of this machine are familiar with all of the safety aspects mentioned below and have read the entire Operator’s Manual before operating the machine. Always keep a copy of this manual with the machine. It is the responsibility of the operator of the machine to fully understand this safety sheet. Remember that YOU are the key to safety. Good safety practices protect not only you but also the people working with and around you. Keep in mind that this safety sheet is written for this type of machine only. Practice all other usual and customary safe working precautions; and above all, remember that safety is up to you. The FINN HydroSeeder® is designed to mix and apply water, seed, fertilizer, agricultural lime and hydraulic mulch to the prepared seedbed. The resultant slurry from mixing one or more of the above materials may react causing harmful or deadly gasses within the tank. Heat, evaporation or extended emptying period can/will accelerate the formation of these gasses. Please contact your supplier(s) of these slurry components regarding their potential reactivity. I. PRE-START EQUIPMENT CHECK (equipment check is to be made with the engine off): 1. If you have a chassis mounted unit, check devices securing HydroSeeder® to the truck or trailer frame. 2. If HydroSeeder® is a trailer unit, check hitch and hitch bolts, lights, brakes and all safety components. II. MACHINE OPERATION: 1. Always wear safety goggles when operating the machine. Other safety attire such as safety shoes, ear protection, gloves, hard hats, dust masks, etc. should be worn as required by warning decals on machine, operator’s manuals or job site requirements. Remove rings, watches, etc. Avoid loose fitting clothing that may get caught in rotating machinery. 2. Do not operate the machine without all guards in place. 3. Make sure loading hatch bag cutter is in place and secure. 4. Check that all guard railing is in place and secure. 5. Verify that all guards are in place. 6. With the ignition switch on, verify that the signal horn is operating correctly. 7. By carefully looking down through the loading hatch, inspect the slurry tank for foreign objects. Never enter the tank without following the procedures described in #3 of the Maintenance section in this sheet. 8. Remove unnecessary objects (or material) from the tank top. 9. Make sure no one is working on or inside the machine. Signal “All Clear” before starting the engine. 10. Inspect all hydraulic hoses for cracks, bulges or damage. If hoses are bad replace immediately. 11. Inspect all discharge hoses for cracks, bulges or damage. If hoses are bad replace immediately. 2 3. Do not load unit while in transit. Load only when parked and unit is as level as possible. Take care not to drop pens, lighters, etc. or pieces of paper or plastic bags into the tank, as these objects might plug the slurry system. Should any object be dropped into the tank, do NOT reach into the tank to retrieve the foreign object. See #3 under Maintenance before allowing any personnel to enter the tank. 4. Make sure area to be sprayed is clear of all persons, animals, etc. 5. The driver of the carrying or towing vehicle is responsible for the safety of the operator(s) of the machine. Make sure the driver is aware and avoids all possible hazards to the operator(s) of the machine, such as low tree limbs, low power lines, etc. Vehicles on which equipment is mounted or towed must be stopped and started gradually. Avoid abrupt starts or stops. Never operate on a slope or a hill that may endanger the driver and/or the operator(s). All personnel should review and be familiar with stop/start signals between the driver and operator(s) before going into operation. Only the operator should be located on the platform during operation. 6. Operator(s) of equipment should never ride on the machine at speeds of greater than 5 MPH (8 kmh). 7. Never operate machine in an enclosed area without venting the engine exhaust of both the equipment and vehicle on which the equipment is mounted. Deadly carbon monoxide fumes can accumulate. 8. Never operate this or any other machinery when fatigued, tired, under the influence of alcohol, illegal drugs or medication. You must be in good physical condition and mentally alert to operate this machine. 9. Never modify the machine. Never remove any part of the machine (except for service and then reinstall before operating). 10. Use proper means (steps, ladder) for mounting and dismounting of the machine. Never mount or dismount a moving machine. III. SLURRY APPLICATION: 1. Do not aim discharge spray toward power-lines, transformers, or other high voltage electrical conductors. Also do not aim discharge spray towards people, animals or anything other than the intended application area. 2. Never engage the clutch when both the recirculation and discharge valves are closed. Operation with both valves closed will result in extreme heat generation that could cause severe bodily injury and damage to the equipment. 3. Recirculation valve must be open and material flowing back into the tank when using the remote valve. A closed or plugged recirculation line will cause extreme heat in the pump or discharge lines which will result in severe bodily injury and damage to the equipment. 4. During application through a hose, high pressure can be exerted at the end of the hose. Hose holding personnel must establish good footing. The operator should apply gradual pressure to the hose only after hose holding personnel are firmly positioned and have firm control of the hose. Additional personnel to direct hose may be necessary if working on slopes. The proper technique for hose holding personnel is to firmly grasp the hose over the shoulder or under both arms. Never hold the hose so it goes between the legs. If the hose holding personnel finds that it is uncomfortable for him to handle the hose by himself additional hose holders should be positioned at the end of the hose. 5. Plan application so that the furthest area is covered first; working back toward the HydroSeeder®, so that the individuals are not walking back over slippery ground. 6. Before opening any valves or pipe clamps shut machine down and check if material in the pipe is hot. If hot, do NOT open valve or pipe clamps as the hot material may cause severe personal injury. Allow to cool and open with caution. 7. Except when loading materials keep loading hatch lid closed to protect operator and prevent splashing of wet material onto the tank top. 8. Wash off spillage of slippery mulch or slurry additive from the tank top and platform before operating equipment. 3 MAINTENANCE: 1. Before servicing the machine, turn off engine and allow all moving parts to stop. To prevent accidental starting disconnect battery cables. Tag the engine operating area to show that the machine is being serviced. Use lockout/tagout procedure (OSHA 29 CFR 1910.147). 2. Certain hydroseeding amendments, when combined with or without the addition of water or heat or the element of time, may react causing harmful or deadly gasses! Consult your material suppliers regarding reactivity information. The slurry tank must be flushed and drained after each day of operation. 3. Your slurry tank may be considered a confined space by OSHA under 29 CFR 1910.146. Before entering any confined space, your company must develop a procedure for safe entry. Make sure your company’s plan meets all the requirements of 29 CFR 1910.146. including the following: a) Drain, flush and ventilate tank interior. b) Turn off engine and disconnect battery cables and perform lockout/tagout procedures. (29 CFR 1910.147) c) Provide continuous ventilation or proper breating apparatus. d) If tank must be entered, personnel entering the tank must be tethered to a lifeline. e) Provide stand-by individual outside of tank able to communicate with person inside and able to haul him out with lifeline if necessary. 4. Before loosening any clamps or opening any valves, determine if material in the line is hot by feeling the pipe. Do NOT allow material to come in contact with personnel. Severe bodily injury could result. 5. On trailer units perform general maintenance such as checking the safety chains, hitch and hitch bolts, tires, brakes. Repair or replace if worn or broken. Never operate machine on improperly inflated or damaged tires. Always use a safety cage or cable restraints when re-inflating a repaired tire. 4 6. Radiator maintenance: Liquid cooling systems build up pressure as the engine gets hot. Before removing radiator cap, stop the engine and let the system cool. Remove radiator cap only after the coolant is cool. 7. Battery maintenance: Lead-acid batteries contain sulfuric acid, which damage eyes of skin on contact. Always wear a face shield to avoid acid in the eyes. If acid contacts the eyes, flush immediately with clean water and get medical attention. Wear rubber gloves and protective clothing to keep acid off skin. Lead acid batteries produce flammable and explosive gasses. Keep arcs, sparks, flames and lighted tobacco away. 8. Filling of fuel: Never fill the tank with the engine running, while smoking or when near an open flame. Never smoke while handling fuel or working on the fuel system. The fumes in an empty container are explosive. Never cut or weld on fuel lines, tanks or containers. Move at least 10 feet (3 meters) away from fueling point before starting engine. Wipe off any spilled fuel and let dry before starting engine. NOTE: Be careful not to allow fuel, lubricant, hydraulic fluid or cooling fluids to penetrate into the ground or be discharged into the water system. Collect all fluids and dispose of them properly. 9. It is recommended that only authorized genuine FINN replacement parts be used on the machine. 10. Do not use either cold start fluid if engine is equipped with glow plug type preheater or other intake manifold type preheater. It could cause an explosion or fire and severe injury or death. 11. Diesel fuel or hydraulic fluid under pressure can penetrate the skin or eyes and cause injury, blindness or death. Pressure may build up in the hydraulic system; use caution when removing the cap. 12. Make certain that all decals on the machine are maintained in good legible condition. Replacement decals are available through Finn Corporation by specifying part number shown in the lower right hand corner of the decal. See page 5 for the current safety decals mounted on the unit. See pages 68-69 in the Parts Manual for the location and quantity of all decals on this unit. CURRENT SET OF SAFETY DECALS Before entering the tank: 1. Drain, flush and ventilate tank interior. 2. Turn off engine and disconnect battery cables. 3. Provide continuous ventilation or proper breathing apparatus. 4. Provide standby individual outside of tank able to communicate with person inside and able to haul him out with lifeline if necessary. HOT EXHAUST 012278 Do not aim stream into high voltage lines. P/N 8097 P/N-11567 Turn engine off, disconnect battery, and allow all moving parts to stop before servicing equipment. Never operate pump with both recirculation and discharge valves closed. Do not use remote valve unless recirculation valve is open. Excessive heat or bodily injury will occur. 22357 P/N 5216 To prevent serious burning or scalding: • Pressurized cooling system. • Allow system to cool. • Remove cap slowly with gloves on. 012279 Do not operate without guards in place. Rotating fan hazard. Keep hands clear. Shut off engine before servicing. 12251 12179 Personnel should not ride this equipment at speeds greater than 5 MPH (8 km/h). 20970 Always use step when mounting and dismounting. Do not ride on hitch when vehicle is moving. THIS CONNECTION FOR REMOTE AND HOSE REEL ONLY USE DISCHARGE GUN FOR NON REMOTE VALVE WORK. SEE OPERATOR'S MANUAL P/N 11569 P/N-80107 Wear eye protection around operating equipment. 23519 5 OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL FOR FINN T170 HYDROSEEDERS® This manual gives you step by step instructions for the operation and maintenance of the Finn HydroSeeder®. For best results and to insure longer life of the equipment, please follow the instructions carefully. For your safety read the entire manual before operation of this unit. DEFINITION OF HYDROSEEDING: Hydroseeding is the process whereby seed, fertilizer and/or lime and wood fiber mulch (using water as a carrying medium) are applied on the soil to establish vegetation. THE FINN HYDROSEEDER® AND HOW IT WORKS: The Finn HydroSeeder® will apply seed, fertilizer and/or lime, wood fiber mulch, or stabilizing materials in any prescribed or desired combination. The materials placed in the HydroSeeder® slurry-tank are mixed with water and kept in suspension by a dual agitation process, recirculation of slurry and mechanical agitation, thus forming a slurry that is pumped to the discharge assembly and directed onto the seed bed by the operator. This equipment is designed to accomplish hydroseeding in one easy operation with maximum efficiency. MOUNTING THE HYDROSEEDER®: For speed and mobility of operation, the HydroSeeder® should be mounted on a truck or trailer, however, it is important to select a carrier with sufficient capacity to handle the added weight. DIMENSIONS, CAPACITIES, AND TRUCK REQUIREMENTS: T170 Truck GVW ** Pounds 33,000 (kg) (14,970) *CA - Back of cab to center of rear axle or trunnion on tandem CA ** Inches (cm) 108+ (275+) *FE - Front axle weight – Empty C Inches (cm) 71 (180) OAL Inches (cm) 183 (465) Water Only HW Pounds (kg) 20,700 (9,390) Full Load HW *** Pounds 23,600 (kg) (10,705) *CF - Back of cab to end of frame C - Distance from HydroSeeder® front to center of gravity *FL - Front axle weight – Loaded G - Distance from center of bogie to HydroSeeder® center of gravity HW - HydroSeeder® weight *RE - Rear axle weight – Empty *RL - Rear axle weight – Loaded *WB - Truck wheel base * ** These dimensions needed from the truck supplier as well as Front axle capacity and Rear axle capacity. Truck GVW depends on the truck weight. CA dimensions are approximate only, and depend on the front and rear axle capacities, as well as the front and rear empty axle weights. *** Weight of HydroSeeder®, water, and full charge of granular solids only. No auxiliary equipment or loads included. 6 TRUCK MOUNTING CALCULATIONS: (WB x FL) – (WB x FE) = G HW WB x (RE + HW -RL) = G HW G + C must be equal to or less than CA (WB x FE) + (G x HW) = FL WB (WB x RE) + HW x (WB – G) = RL WB GENERAL MOUNTING GUIDELINES: 7 Once the proper carrier has been selected, the HydroSeeder® must be securely mounted to it. CAUTION: Your FINN HydroSeeder® should be mounted by a qualified truck body installer. IMPORTANT: Mounting the HydroSeeder® to the truck must allow for tire clearance as well as frame twist. Place hard wood spacers along the length of truck rails or use Finn spring mounting kit (#011562) or equivalent. ATTACHMENTS: 1. Extension hoses for reaching remote areas are available in 50 ft. (15m) lengths. All connections are camlock quick operating fittings. The hose is connected to the end of the discharge boom in place of a nozzle. The nozzle is connected to the end of the hose and controlled by the person on the ground. The flow is controlled by a second person on the HydroSeeder®. This allows for a full pressure and volume operation. CAUTION: Since the extension hose will be seeing the full output of the pump with the recirculation closed, the equipment operator and individual at the end of the hose should exercise extreme care when operating unit on high pressure. The high pressure on the hose can exert strong forces causing hose operator to lose control of hose or footing. The hose will require additional holders on slopes. Engage the clutch only after the hose operator is firmly positioned and has firm control of hose. 2. For lower pressure applications, or for close up work, i.e. around buildings, the remote valve attachment can be used. The attachment includes semi-rigid hose with quick disconnect fittings along with a hand held valve which fits the end of the hose and accepts the standard nozzle assemblies. The hose is connected to the outlet on the discharge pipe above the pump. The machine is run at 1/2 to 3/4 throttle and material is applied where desired. DANGER: The recirculation valve must be open when using a remote valve. If valve is not open, extreme heat will occur resulting in damage and/or bodily injury. 3. Hose Reel. The live hose reel will mount on the HydroSeeder® or on the truck frame. The 200 foot capacity electric rewind reel will wind up and store empty hose. It is electrically connected to the HydroSeeder® battery. 4. Hardened pump parts. Pump casing, impeller, and suction cover treated with special material designed to resist wear. 5. Rear spray bar. The spray bar option is not designed for slurry application but for the dispersion of liquids for dust control, watering, feeding and washing applications. Rear spray bar is arranged so that operation is remotely controlled from the truck cab. 8 PRE-START CHECK: Safety check to insure operator safety: 1. Check condition of all mounting hardware securing HydroSeeder® to truck frame 2. Make sure bag cutter is in place and secure. 3. Inspect that all railings are in place and secure. 4. Insure that all guards are in place. 5. With the ignition switch on, see that the amber safety light under the operator’s platform is flashing. EQUIPMENT CHECK: CAUTION: Equipment check is made with the engine off and all rotating parts stopped. 1. See that tool kit contains all the prescribed items (see tool list on page 74). 2. Inspect the “slurry-tank” for foreign objects. See numbers 2 and 3 in Maintenance Section (IV) of the Safety Summary Section page 4. 3. Check fuel level. 4. Check the hydraulic oil level (see hydraulic system for oil specifications). 5. Check engine oil level...for oil type refer to the engine manual. 6. Check fluid level in radiator. 7. Inspect air cleaner for dust and dirt, clean if necessary. 8. Secure the drain plug on the outside-bottom of the slurry-tank. 9. Check to be certain pump drain plug is in place. 10. Lubricate equipment - See Lube Chart pages 26-27. A. Each lubrication point is marked. B. Check automatic pressure lubricator at pump. If the stem is fully extended with thumb nut all the way up then pressure lubricator contains lubricant - if not, lubricant must be replaced by the following procedure: a) Turn thumb nut clockwise until stem rises to maximum height. b) Remove cap and fill cap with sodium (water soluble) base grease. (FINN part number 000698). Do not use lithium base (chassis lube) grease. c) Replace cap. d) Turn thumb nut counter-clockwise until the thumb nut is at the top of the stem. The spring and pressure disc in the lubricator forces the grease, under pressure, to the pump seal. IMPORTANT: When the thumb nut has moved down to within 1/2” (1.25 cm) of touching the cap reservice the automatic lubricator. 9 11. Engage and disengage clutch to determine if it “snaps” in and out. 12. Install discharge boom assembly (if stored in location other than standard operating position). A. Tighten the wing bolt at the opening around the top of the vertical pipe and insure that discharge boom is secure B. Check and clean nozzle of obstructions. 13. Check pump discharge and recirculation valve handles for free movement. TWO VALVE OPERATION: This HydroSeeder® is equipped with two independently operated plug valves to control slurry flow. One is located in the recirculation line below the platform, and the other is located in the discharge line above the platform. The valve handles should be positioned as shown in Figures 1-3 for the particular application required. WARNING: Never engage the slurry pump clutch when both valve handles are positioned as shown Figure 1. Both valves are closed and will result in extreme heat generation that will cause damage or bodily injury if the slurry pump is running. DISCHARGE VALVE (SHOWN CLOSED) RECIRCULATION VALVE (SHOWN CLOSED) Figure 1 10 TANK 1. DISCHARGE THROUGH BOOM: Flow is through boom with no flow through closed recirculation valve (Figure 2). Flow through boom is controlled by engaging and disengaging slurry pump clutch. Do not use the discharge valve to control distance. Valve should be completely open. Control the spray volume and spray distance by adjusting the engine RPM. 2. EXTENSION HOSE THROUGH BOOM: Flow is through boom with no flow through closed recirculation valve (Figure 2). Extension hose is connected to boom and flow is controlled by engaging and disengaging pump clutch, or controlling the speed of the engine. Figure 2 DANGER: Do not use remote valve in this application. 3. EXTENSION HOSE OR HOSE REEL THROUGH REMOTE PORT: Flow is through recirculation with no flow through closed discharge valve (Figure 3). Flow through hose is controlled by engaging and disengaging slurry pump clutch, or by remote valve at end of hose. Open recirculation valve allows flow back into tank when the remote valve is closed. Figure 3 DANGER: Recirculation valve must be open and material flowing back into tank when using a remote valve. A closed or plugged recirculation line will cause extreme heat resulting in damage and/or bodily injury. 11 STARTING PROCEDURE: CAUTION: See safety section of the manual (pages 2-4) before operating the machine. Before starting, open the recirculation valve, close discharge valve, disengage clutch, and place the agitator control in the neutral position. 1. Set throttle about 1/4 open. 2. While holding in the safety switch button, turn the key clockwise until the starter engages, and the engine starts. 3. Continue to hold the safety switch in for approximately 10 seconds. Allow engine to warm up for 3 to 5 minutes. NOTE: This engine has a safety system which will shut the engine off if the engine oil pressure drops below 7 psi. or if the water temperature reaches 230˚ Fahrenheit (110˚ Centigrade). AREA COVERAGE - MATERIAL CAPACITY: To determine the coverage per load for any HydroSeeder®, three questions must be answered prior to the application. First, is the job to be done “one step” (which is when the seed, fertilizer and mulch are applied proportionally per load) or “two step” (which is when the seed and fertilizer are applied alone and then covered by mulch as a second operation)? Second, at what rates (usually in pounds per 1000 square feet, or pounds per acre) are the seeding materials to be applied? Finally, what are the loading capacities of the HydroSeeder®? Application rates vary for different geographic locations, but in general, seed is applied at 6-10 pounds per 1000 square feet; fertilizer is applied at a rate of approximately 400 pound per acre; and fiber mulch is applied at 1500 to 2000 pounds per acre. (Note: There are 43,560 square feet in an acre). Local agronomists, agricultural extension agents, or soil and water conservation officials should be contacted for more specific information on application rates for a given area. The following tables show loading versus coverage rates for the T170 Finn HydroSeeder®. Table A shows rates for “one step” applications. The coverage area is determined by the fiber mulch capacity of the HydroSeeder®, and the rate at which it is applied. Table B shows the area coverage when seeding only, where little or no mulch is applied. The coverage area is determined by the granular solids capacity of the HydroSeeder®, and the rate at which the solids are applied. 12 TABLE A USING SEED, FERTILIZER AND MULCH Unit T170 Amount of Material in Tank (pounds(kilograms)) Seed Fertilizer Mulch 172 (78) 200 (91) 750 (340) Coverage Area (sq. ft.(sq. m.)) 21,780 (2023) Above Table is based on 1500 pounds of mulch, 400 pounds of fertilizer and 345 pounds of seed (8 pounds/1000 square feet) per acre. Table A Example: For T170 750 pounds Mulch per Tank 750 pounds Mulch per Tank 1,500 Pounds Mulch per Acre = .5 Acre per Load 400 Pounds Fertilizer per Acre x .5 Acre = 200 Pounds Fertilizer per Load 345 Pounds Seed per Acre x .5 Acre = 172 Pounds Fertilizer per Load TABLE B Seed and Fertilizer Only Unit Amount of Material in Tank (pounds(kilograms)) Seed T170 1,742 (790) Fertilizer Total 2,000 (907) 3,742 (1697) Coverage Area (sq. ft.(sq. m.)) Acreage (Hectare) 217,800 (20,233) 5 (2.02) Above Table is based on rates of 8 pounds seed and 9.2 pounds fertilizer per 1000 square feet. Table B Example: For T170 3742 Pound Tank Capacity (Solids) 8 Pounds (Seed) + 9.2 Pounds (Fertilizer) per 1,000 Sq. Ft. 8 Pounds Seed 1,000 Sq. Ft. = 217,800 Square Feet per Load x 217,800 Square Feet = 1,742 Pounds Seed per Tank 13 Top of Load Hatch 1750 Gallons 6625 Liters Bottom T170 Gallons (Liters) 1700 (6435) 1600 (6055) 1500 (5675) 1400 (5300) 1300 (4925) 1200 (4545) 1100 (4165) 1000 (3785) 900 (3405) 800 (3025) 700 (2650) 600 (2270) 500 (1890) 400 (1515) 300 (1135) 200 (755) 100 (375) 14 in. (cm) from top 9.5 (24.1) 12 (30.5) 14.25 (36.2) 16.5 (42) 18.75 (47.6) 21.25 (54) 23.5 (59.7) 25.75 (65.4) 28 (71.1) 30 (76.2) 32.5 (82.5) 35.25 (89.5) 37.75 (95.9) 40.25 (102.2) 43.25 (110) 46.75 (118.7) 50.25 (127.6) in. (cm) from bottom 49.25 (125.1) 46.75 (118.7) 44.5 (113) 42.25 (107.3) 40 (101.6) 37.5 (95.25) 35.25 (89.5) 33 (83.8) 30.75 (78.1) 28.75 (73) 26.25 (66.7) 23.5 (59.7) 21 (53.3) 18.5 (47) 15.5 (39.4) 12 (30.5) 8.5 (21.6) LOADING (FOR WOOD FIBER MULCH, IF LIMING SEE PAGE 19): CAUTION: Take care not to lose pens, lighters, etc. from shirt pockets or drop pieces of paper or plastic bags into the tank, as these might plug the slurry system. 1. With clutch disengaged and agitator control in the neutral position, start engine and allow it to warm up (See starting procedure page 12). 2. Start filling the unit with water. When water reaches the top of the agitator shaft, move agitator control to full reverse position. Fill the tank with water from any stream or pond using a fill pump. When filling from a pond or stream be sure to use a suction strainer to filter out contaminants which could damage the pump and unit. Other sources of water: 1. Any pressure source, eg. fire hydrant. This unit is supplied with a 6” air gap fill port but it is necessary to consult with local authorities before using water main, in order to abide to all local ordinances. 2. Water tanker. 3. Piping System Cleanout Procedure (Purging Line): A. Remove discharge nozzle and gasket from discharge boom. B. Aim discharge boom assembly into an open area away from any persons, obstructions or high voltage power lines. C. Open discharge valve and close recirculation valve. D. Increase engine speed to approximately 1/2 to 3/4. E. Engage clutch with a firm snap. Do NOT slip clutch. F. When discharge stream is clear, open recirculation valve and close discharge valve. After recirculation stream is clear disengage clutch. G. Replace nozzle and gasket in discharge boom. 4. Continue filling tank with water. 5. Increase engine speed to full RPM. 6. Start loading dry material, loading the lightest material first. Agitator control should be in full reverse for mixing. A. Seed - Cut the seed bag and dump contents into the slurry tank. (When using inoculant, add it in the tank along with the seed.) When using quick swelling seeds load them just prior to application. B. Wood Fiber Mulch - Empty the entire bag in or cut bag and drop in the sections of fiber. The amount of mulch to be used should be loaded by the time the water level is at 3/4 full. If agitator stalls or a high pitch squeal comes from the hydraulic system, reverse agitation to forward for a moment to clear the obstruction, then return agitation to reverse. CAUTION: Hydraulic system will overheat if agitator shaft is jammed for extended period. This will damage hydraulic oil and system components. 15 C. Fertilizer - Stand over hatch opening and drop the bag onto the bag cutter. Grasp both ends of the bag and dump material. D. All other additives - Consult with manufacturer for proper loading technique. 7. When all materials are loaded and in suspension, and the tank is full, move the agitator to neutral then full speed forward to insure all material is mixed. It may be necessary to change the agitator direction more than once to insure a thorough mixture. 8. After material is thoroughly mixed, slow agitator in forward direction to 1/2 to 3/4 speed or enough to create movement in all of the corners of the tank. Do not over agitate the slurry. Always discharge the material with the agitator control in forward position. 9. Close the hatch lid on the slurry tank. NOTE: The slurry should not be recirculated for more than 15 minutes prior to discharge to reduce wear and keep seed from swelling. NOTE: If foaming occurs, reduce agitator speed. PRIOR TO APPLICATION: 1. Operator should familiarize self with area to be seeded and develop a plan to insure uniform application. 2. Develop a plan for communication between operator and driver of the carrying or towing vehicle to signal for start, stop, turn, etc. through the use of the signal horn. 3. Operator takes up position on the platform. From this point application will be controlled by the use of the clutch, valve, discharge assembly and throttle. DISCHARGE NOZZLE SELECTION: Nozzles are stored in the tool box. This HydroSeeder® is equipped with 6 nozzles - two long distance and four ribbon fan nozzles. The smaller long distance nozzle is generally better suited for seed, fertilizer and/or lime application while the large long distance nozzle is better for wood fiber mulch application. All of the ribbon fan nozzles are generally suited for both types of application. 16 B A Nozzle Distance (A) Width (B) T170 Discharge Time Lg. Long Distance Up to 230 ft (70m) - 5.5 min. Sm. Long Distance Up to 150 ft (46m) - 19 min. Sm. Narrow Ribbon Up to 75 ft (23m) 15 ft (4.6m) 19 min. Sm. Wide Ribbon Up to 45 ft (14m) 25 ft (7.6m) 19 min. Lg. Narrow Ribbon Up to 90 ft (28m) 23 ft (7m) 7.7 min. Lg. Wide Ribbon Up to 84 ft (26m) 30 ft (9m) 7.7 min. APPLICATION OF SLURRY: I. GENERAL APPLICATION TECHNIQUES DANGER: Do not spray toward power lines, transformers or other high voltage conductors. CAUTION: The driver of the carrying vehicle should remain alert for hazards to the operator, such as low power lines, hanging branches, etc. Driver should never start or stop abruptly. 1. Determine which nozzle would best suit the application needs according to the nozzle selection chart on page 16. 2. Application of seed, fertilizer and lime: Elevate discharge nozzle no less than 10˚ above the area to be sprayed, allowing the slurry to gently rain onto the seed bed. 3. Application of wood and paper fiber: Whenever possible aim the stream towards the ground to create a surface with small pock marks which help get seed in contact with ground. Do not allow the stream to blast away the surface of the seed bed. 4. Generally the most remote area of the seed bed should be covered first. Distance is controlled by engine speed and nozzle selection. Do NOT partially close the valve to control the distance. 5. While moving along area to be seeded, the operator should move the nozzle back and forth in a slow, even arc. 6. If application is to be interrupted for a short period of time, leave the valves open and disengage the clutch. Re-engage the clutch to continue application. 7. It may be necessary to slow the agitator as the tank empties to reduce foaming. II. DISCHARGE THROUGH THE BOOM: 1. Move the discharge valve handle to the open position, the recirculation valve handle to the closed position, and engage the clutch. At this time, should the operator want to stop spraying for a short period, disengage the clutch; then re-engage to continue spraying. 2. When the tank is empty, or when discontinuing discharge for an extended period of time, disengage the clutch, then immediately move the discharge valve to the closed position, and idle the engine. This will maintain moisture in the discharge piping and help prevent plugging. Move the agitator control to the neutral position. 17 III. PROCEDURES WHEN USING HOSES: Always pump clear water through the hose before pumping mulch. If the inside hose liner is dry, it will dewater the mulch causing plugging. A. PUMP TAKE OFF SYSTEM OR HOSE REEL WITH REMOTE VALVE : 1. Open recirculation valve and close discharge valve and close remote valve at the end of the hose. 2. Engage clutch. When stream is flowing freely through the recirculation line, open the pump take off valve. CAUTION: The high pressure on the hose can exert strong forces causing hose operator to lose control of hose or footing. The hose will require additional holders on slopes. Open the pump take off valve and the remote valve slowly and only after the hose operator is firmly positioned and has firm control of hose. 3. With the engine at 3/4 speed, open the remote valve at the end of the hose to discharge the load. 4. When finished spraying, close the remote valve, disengage the clutch, and stop the engine. If using fiber mulch, retain as much water as possible in the hose by elevating the ends or by coupling the ends together. 5. If another load is to be done, see reloading procedure on page 19. If finished for the day, follow the clean up procedure and flush out the hose. DANGER: The recirculation valve must be open when using a remote valve. If not open, extreme heat which will cause damage and/or bodily injury will occur. B. EXTENSION HOSE SYSTEM - WITHOUT REMOTE VALVE: 1. Connect the extension hose into the end of the discharge boom. 2. A person controlling the end of the hose directs a second operator at the machine to control the clutch and adjust the engine speed. CAUTION: Since the extension hose will be seeing the full output of the pump with the recirculation closed, the equipment operator and individual at the end of the hose should exercise extreme care when operating unit on high pressure. The high pressure on the hose can exert strong forces causing hose operator to lose control of hose or footing. The hose will require additional holders on slopes. Engage the clutch only after the hose operator is firmly positioned and has firm control of hose. 3. When hose operator is ready signal the second operator to engage clutch and slowly increase the engine RPM until the desired discharge pressure is reached. 18 4. When finished spraying, disengage the clutch, stop the engine, and close the discharge valve. If using fiber mulch, retain as much water as possible in the hose by elevating the ends or by coupling the ends together. 5. If another load is to be done, see reloading procedure on page 19. If finished for the day, follow clean up procedure and flush out the hose. RELOADING PROCEDURE: 1. Start at step 2 in loading procedure on page 15. 2. After last load of the day refer to the cleaning and maintenance section of the manual on pages 24-39. LIMING WITH THE HYDROSEEDER®: In using large concentrations of granular solids through the HydroSeeder ®, it is advisable to keep the slurry moving through the pump at all times. This keeps the solids from settling in the lines, and creating a stoppage. This unit was designed for the application of agricultural grade lime only. PROCEDURE: 1. With clutch disengaged and agitator control in neutral position, start engine and allow it to warm up (see starting procedure on page 12) 2. Start filling the unit with water. When water reaches the top of the agitator shaft move agitator control to approximately 1/2 speed reverse. 3. Open both the recirculation and discharge valves. 4. Remove the discharge nozzle and gasket from the discharge boom. 5. Aim the discharge boom assembly into an open area away from any persons, obstructions or high voltage power lines. 6. Move the throttle to approximately 1/2 engine speed. 7. Engage the clutch, and move the throttle to full engine speed. A stream of water should be coming from the end of the recirculation pipe beside the hatch opening, as well as from the boom. 8. As soon as both streams are clear, close the discharge valve and make sure water is being recirculated back to the tank. 9. Decrease throttle to 3/4 speed. Increase agitator speed to full reverse. DO NOT DISENGAGE CLUTCH! 10. 20 pounds of granular solids displaces approximately 1 gallon of water. When filling the tank with water the volume of granular solids must be accounted for. For example; If using the maximum recommended capacity of 5000 pounds for a T170, 250 gallons (5000/20) would have to be subtracted from the total tank capacity (1750 gallons - 250 gallons = 1500 gallons). If 1000 pounds of solids were used, 50 gallons (1000/20) would have to be subtracted (1750 gallons - 50 gallons = 1700 gallons). 11. Fill the tank to the required capacity for the rate of granular solids to be applied. 12. Load the material (see “Loading” page 15, steps 5-8). 13. When ready to apply slurry, install gasket and nozzle into boom. 14. Move agitator control to 3/4 speed, forward. 15. With the clutch still engaged, open the discharge valve. 19 CAUTION: To decrease pump wear and increase discharge distance, it may now be desirable to close the recirculation valve. However, the recirculation valve must be open BEFORE closing the discharge valve if the application of slurry is to be interrupted. Extreme heat, which will cause damage and/or bodily injury, will occur if both valves are closed. 16. Apply the slurry (see “Application of Slurry” pages 17-18). 17. If another load is to be applied, start again at step “1”. If finished, follow the clean-up procedure. TROUBLE SHOOTING YOUR HYDROSEEDER®: Because of the tremendous work load usually placed upon the HydroSeeder®, minor malfunctions will occur from time to time. If these are not remedied immediately, they could lead to poor performance and damage to the equipment. This section describes possible problems and the action to correct them. 1. Foam in the tank and air entrainment. The mixture of dry materials with water will sometimes cause excessive foaming while others will cause air entrainment. This is noticed primarily in the erratic discharge and a drop in pressure and distance. Some solutions are: A. As the slurry level drops in the tank, slow the agitator. B. Add 2 or 3 ounces (4 to 6 cl) of an antifoaming agent to the tank. C. If you can determine which additive is causing the air problem, either add it last or not at all - unless it’s the water. D. Limit recirculation time as much as possible. E. Open pump suction bleed valve to exhaust air trapped in the pump or suction line. Close valve as soon as the air stops. 2. Plugging or clogging: DANGER: Turn off engine and disconnect battery cables before working on equipment. Serious injury or death can result from moving parts or high pressure spray. Sometimes when a stoppage occurs, you will not be able to find anything in the line. When this happens, it means that the system became airbound instead of plugged. To remedy this, see “Foaming”. Plugging can occur in any one of four places; the valve and recirculation nozzle, the discharge nozzle, the pump area and the sump area. The plugging is caused by either foreign objects or dewatered fiber. A. Obstruction in the discharge nozzle is determined by a change or stoppage of the spray pattern. a) Disengage clutch. b) Make certain that the pump has stopped rotating. c) Remove the nozzle, slowly and carefully. d) Clear the nozzle with the nozzle cleaning rod attached to the underside of the guard rail. 20 DANGER: Severe injury can result from opening clamps when piping is hot. Before loosening any clamps, determine if the pipe is hot. If so, let it cool before attempting repair. B. If the recirculation system is not working: a) Disengage the clutch and shut down the engine. b) Remove the two clamps on each side of the recirculation valve. c) Slide the rubber seals back and remove the valve assembly. d) Check the valve assembly, the recirculation nozzle in the discharge pipe, and the recirculation pipe going into the tank. Clear any obstructions. e) Replace the valve assembly and slide the seals back into place. Lubricate the outside of the seals. f) Replace the clamps. 3. Obstruction in the pump, which can be determined by a drop in pressure. If the drop in pressure is accompanied by a frothy or whitish discharge stream, the blockage is in the suction line or sump area. To clear the pump: A. Disengage the clutch and stop the engine. B. Loosen the suction pipe clamps. If there is material in the tank, shut off the suction line valve C. Remove the clamp closest to the pump. NOTE: If no water comes out, it means that the obstruction is in the sump area. E. Reach into the pump and remove the obstruction. If it is jammed, the pump suction cover may have to be removed. F. Reassemble removing pipe “plug” in process. G. Open suction line valve. 4. Obstruction in the sump area, which is located at the bottom of the tank on the inside where the suction pipe is attached: A. The easiest way to clear the sump is to back flush through the discharge plumbing with the water supply hose. B. Another method is to remove the drain plug and run a long pole through the opening and into the sump area. Remove the obstruction and replace the drain cap. C. Use a pipe or pole through the loading hatch opening to dislodge the obstruction. 21 TROUBLE SHOOTING YOUR HYDROSEEDER®: Problem Probable Causes Suggested Solutions Lack of lubrication seal worn. Replace seal and follow lube schedule. Bolts not tightened. properly. Tighten uniformly to 25 ft. lbs. Pressure Clamps. Rubber seal cracked, pinched or torn. Replace, always grease seal before clamping shut. Suction. Rubber seal cracked, pinched or torn. Replace, always grease seal before clamping shut. Discharge Swivels. Not greased often enough. Rebuild swivels w/repair kit (part#12397, 2 required). Pump Shaft. Pressure lubricator not serviced. Replace pump seal, service pressure lubricator daily. Pump Suction Cover. Cover O-Ring bad. Replace cover O-Ring, use grease when replacing. Discharge Boom or Nozzle Camlock Fittings. Worn or no gasket. Replace gasket. LEAKS: Tank bearing leaks. MACHINE JUMPS DURING OPERATION: Agitator. Agitator bent by heavy object falling on it. Straighten agitator or shim, so it runs true. Bent Paddles. Loading wood fiber mulch into tank before tank is half full. Straighten agitator paddle, realign agitator to run true. FOAMING OF SOLUTION AND LACK OF DISTANCE: Pump looses prime distance - leaves sive amount in tank (100 gal (378 liters) or more). Sucking air in suction lines. Check all suction connections to see lacks that rubber seals are in good shape. excesGrease seals before replacing clamps. Air entrainment. See page 20. Low engine RPM. (Below 2750 RPM-No load) Check throttle cable and linkage, See authorized engine dealer. Soft water. Slow the agitator. Too much agitation. Slow the agitator. Pump worn. Reset pump tolerance page 30. Suction partially plugged. Clean out machine see page 24. N ozzle worn or p Fertilizer. Change type. Clutch slippage. Readjust clutch page 34. Frozen. Thaw out ice, lubricate. Leave in discharge position during storage. VALVE: Valve stuck. 22 TROUBLE SHOOTING YOUR HYDROSEEDER®: Problem Probable Causes Suggested Solutions Constant plugging during operation. Foreign material in slurry. Drain and clean out tank. Check storage for foreign materials. Constant plugging during loading and discharging. Loading HydroSeeder® before tank is half full of water. Reinstruct your operator. (See page 15). Incorrect loading procedure. Review loading procedure page 15. Improper operation by operator. Reinstruct your operator. (Review Operator’s Manual). Clutch slipping. Readjust clutch see page 32. Not moving valve handle far enough. Valve should be fully open. Machine not being flushed out prior to reloading. See page 15. Machine not being run at correct RPM during loading. Reinstruct your operator. (See page 15). Letting water run out, leaving wood fiber mulch to dry out. If hose has to be uncoupled, seal ends to keep water in hose and prevent wood fiber mulch from drying out. Does not pull load or overheats. Out of adjustment. Readjust clutch, instruction on page 32. Jumps out of engagement. Too loose or too tight. Readjust clutch see page 32. Fertilizer with highly abrasive filler. Change fertilizer. Avoid abrasive fillers. Overloading machine with dry material. Load machine to recommended capacities. Too much time allowed between loading and discharging. After loading and mixing has been completed, set agitator at 1/2 speed in reverse and disengage pump. Recirculating all the time. Close recirculation valve when discharging through the boom. Frozen. Warm housing to melt ice. Jammed with fertilizer or lime. Remove cover and clean interior. Impeller rusted to suction c Pull cover and remove rust. Extension hose plugs after use. CLUTCH: PUMP: Excessive wear. Will not turn. CAUTION: Do not turn the shaft backwards with a pipe wrench - this will unscrew the impeller from the shaft. Consequently, when clutch is engaged, the impeller will screw onto the shaft with such force, great enough to break the impeller. 23 CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE: AFTER FIRST 4 - 8 HOURS OF OPERATION: 1. Check and adjust clutch - see page 38. DAILY: 1. Cleaning the HydroSeeder® A. Fill the slurry tank to the center of the agitator shaft. B. Move agitator lever to full speed to flush off inside of tank top and walls. C. Remove discharge nozzle and gasket from discharge boom. D. While pointing discharge toward an open area, move discharge valve handle to discharge position and engage clutch. Allow to discharge until clear water is coming out. E. Move recirculation valve handle to recirculation and allow to run momentarily. F. Disengage clutch, idle the engine, move valve handle to discharge position, move agitator handle to neutral and turn off the engine. G. Always remove the drain plug and allow the tank to drain. H. In freezing weather leave main tank drain plug out and remove pump drain plug. Move all slurry valves to open position. I. Wash the outside of the HydroSeeder ® , including the radiator, to remove any corrosive materials. J. If using lime - the daily maintenance should be performed after every load. K. Clean out extension hoses. 2. Lubricating the HydroSeeder® (see lube chart pages 26-27). IMPORTANT: Lubrication should be performed IMMEDIATELY AFTER cleaning of equipment. Engine not running. A. Lubricate the agitator shaft bearings located on the outside front and rear of the slurry-tank. B. Service the automatic lubricator on the pump as needed (for service see page 9). C. Check the engine oil and replenish when necessary. Change oil and filter after first 100 hours then 250 hours thereafter. Consult the engine operator’s manual for the correct grade of oil and the engine break-in procedure. D. Lubricate the swivel on the discharge assembly and the swivel on the hose reel. WEEKLY OR EVERY 40 HOURS OF OPERATING TIME: 1. Clean the air cleaner following the instructions in the engine operator’s manual. 2. Lubricate all the points on the HydroSeeder® as outlined in the daily maintenance section and, in addition, lubricate the four grease fittings on the clutch/pump. 3. Check the level in the hydraulic oil reservoir - maintain level at sight gauge. 4. Check the clutch adjustment to insure that it “snaps” in and out of engagement. Adjust the clutch with the engine off. 5. Check the anti-freeze in the radiator. 24 6. Inspect the slurry-tank for build up of residue in the suction area and clear if necessary. 7. Check and clean engine radiator. Flush with clear low pressure water and blow dry with compressed air. Do NOT use high pressure water spray. SEASONAL AND WINTER STORAGE MAINTENANCE: 1. Drain the slurry tank of all water prior to storage and leave the drain plug disconnected. 2. If possible cover machine with tarp or park inside of an enclosure. 3. Store the HydroSeeder® with all slurry valve handles in the open position. To prevent damage from freezing, it is advisable to remove all slurry valves and store in a heated area. 4. Pour one quart of mineral oil or environmentally safe lubricant into the pump housing and spin pump by hand to prevent rust in the pump. Remove drain plug. 5. Chip and steel brush any interior rust spots in the slurry-tank and touch up with paint. See numbers 2 and 3 in Maintenance Section (IV) of the Safety Summary Section page 4. 6. Lubricate all fittings. 7. Check anti-freeze in radiator. 8. Lubricate equipment again just prior to starting operation after storage. 10. Change hydraulic oil and filter. (500 hours) 11. Disconnect battery cables. In cold weather, remove battery and store in safe warm place. 12. Add fuel stabilizer to fuel tank. HYDRAULIC SYSTEM: The hydraulic system on your Finn HydroSeeder® is designed to give trouble free service, if maintained. The most important areas of maintenance are the hydraulic oil and filtration. The reservoir holds 22 gallons of SAE 10W/40 Service Class SE motor oil. The hydraulic oil should be replaced per the lubrication schedule or if the oil becomes milky or it gives off a burnt odor. The hydraulic oil filter must be replaced on schedule with a 10 micron filter – Finn part #021618. The hydraulic system relief is factory set at 2500 psi. 25 3 4 9 3 11 6 5 7 10 8 12 13 9 26 2 8 1 LUBRICATION CHART Ref. No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Location Lubricant Frequency Number Check Grease Level in Pressure Lubricator BL Daily Check Clutch Lever Bearings CL Weekly Grease Agitator Shaft Bearings CL Daily Check Fual Level DF Daily Grease Discharge Swivels CL Daily Check Engine Oil Level MO Daily Check Engine Oil and Filter MO See Engine Manual Grease Pump Bearings BL Weekly Check Hydraulic Fluid Level HO Weekly Change Hydraulic Fluid and Filter HO Seasonally or 500 Hours Grease Discharge and Recirculation Valves SL Each Load Grease Valve Arm Lever CL Weekly Change Engine Coolant AF Seasonally Grease Suction Line CL Weekly 1 2 2 1 2 1 1 2 1 1 2 1 1 1 LUBRICANT OR FLUID USED BL CL MO HO SL AF DF Bearing Lube (Soda Base) Chassis Lubricant See Engine Manual Hydraulic Oil 10W-40 SE Motor Oil Special Stick Lubricant 50/50 Anti-Freeze and Water Mixture Diesel Fuel TIME KEY DAILY (8 hours) WEEKLY (40 hours) EACH LOAD SEASONALLY (500 hours) SEE ENGINE MANUAL FLUID CAPACITIES Fuel - 41 Gallons (155L) Hydraulic Oil - 22 Gallons (83 L) Engine Coolant - 4 Gallons (15.1 L) 50/50 Mix Only Engine Oil - See Engine Manual 27 28 PUMP PARTS Ref. No. Part Number Description 005146 Suction Cover 1 1B X0824SS Suction Cover Bolt 4 1N Y08SS Suction Cover Nut 4 2 005150 O-Ring 1 3 005145 Impeller 1 4 006443 Mechanical Seal Assembly 1 5 005144 Pump Casing 1 5B X0824SS Suction Cover Bolt 8 5W W08FSS Suction Cover Washer 8 6 006444 Grease Retainer Seal 1 7 006450 Radial Bearing Slinger 1 8 006537 Radial Bearing Retainer 1 9 006445 Radial Bearing 1 10 002960 Pump Frame 1 X0820SS Pump Frame Bolt 4 11 002945 Pump Shaft 1 12 006446 Thrust Bearing 1 13 007336 Bearing Lock Washer 1 14 007367 Bearing Lock Nut 1 15 006447 Grease Retainer Seal 2 16 002961 Thrust Bearing Retainer 1 17 012121 Retainer Gasket 1 012120 Grease Fitting 2 160234 Pump Drain Plug 1 1 10B No. Req’d 29 PUMP MAINTENANCE SECTION: CAUTION: Pump maintenance to be done only while engine is not running, and battery cables are disconnected. A. FACTORY-TOLERANCES. 1. To check pump tolerances loosen the two clamps on the pump suction piping and remove the inlet elbow. Through the pump suction hole, insert a feeler gauge between the pump impeller (3) and the suction cover (1). This measurement on a new pump is between .040-.045 of an inch (1.00-1.15 mm). B. IMPELLER CLEARANCE TO BRING THE PUMP BACK TO PROPER TOLERANCE, PROCEED AS FOLLOWS: 1. Push suction cover (1) into casing (5) until suction cover hits impeller (3). Impeller should be in full contact with suction cover. 2. Tighten cap screws (5B) finger tight. Impeller should rub the suction cover and not turn easily through one revolution. 3. Tighten cap screws (1B) to 15 lb. ft. (165 kg/m). Impeller should turn freely through one revolution. 4. Back off cap screws (5B) 3/4 turn. 5. Tighten cap screws (1B) 3/4 turn and tighten nuts (1N) to 15 lb.ft. (165 kg/m). 6. Tighten cap screws (5B) to 15 lb. ft. Clearance gap should be about .040 inches (1.00 mm). Check to see if impeller turns freely through one revolution. NOTE: Tightening of the cap screws should be in a criss-cross pattern. DO NOT TIGHTEN TO OVER 15 LB. FT. (165 kg/m). Doing so can crack the flange of the suction cover. C. CLEANING. 1. To clean pump impeller (3), loosen the two victaulic pipe clamps and remove the suction pipe assembly. The eye of the impeller can then be seen through the suction cover plate (1) and is readily accessible for cleaning. 2. To remove impeller, remove the eight bolts (5B) holding the cover plate (1) in place. Remove cover plate, being careful not to damage the O-Ring gasket (2). 3. Take the impeller wrench, which is stored in the toolbox, and position it so that the hole is aligned with any of the eight tapped holes in the front of the pump casing (5). The 90° leg of the wrench should face in towards the impeller and be positioned between any two of the impeller fins. Bolt the wrench securely in place with one of the suction cover plate bolts (5B). Using a pipe wrench on the shaft (11), unscrew the impeller turning the shaft in a clockwise direction. Be careful not to unscrew the impeller too far before removing the puller wrench. 30 D. INSTALLING NEW SEAL ASSEMBLY (#4) (DO NOT UNWRAP THE NEW SEAL ASSEMBLY UNTIL YOU ARE READY TO INSTALL. ALL PARTS OF THE ASSEMBLY ARE PACKED IN SEQUENCE OF INSTALLATION.) 1. To replace the seal assembly (4), perform the above operations under cleaning and remove pump casing (5) by removing the three bolts (10B) holding the casing to the pump frame (10). 2. After cleaning all parts including pump shaft, begin the reassembly of the pump. Install seal grease retainer (6) with the cavity portion of the seal facing outward. Rebolt the casing onto the pump frame using the three cap screw (10B). Using a light oil lubricant (3 in 1), install the ceramic seat with its neoprene holder into the seal recess making sure it is square with the shaft. Lubricate the inside of the bellows assembly with a light oil and check to be sure the steel ring is stuck (glued) to the end of the assembly. Slide the bellows assembly onto the shaft and push till the steel ring is against the ceramic seat. 3. Install the seal spring on the hub of the impeller. After coating the threads on the pump shaft with an anti-seize compound, install the impeller - seating it securely. 4. Utilizing the rubber O-Ring gasket (2) reinstall suction cover using the eight cover bolts (5B). At this time, check to see that the pump runs freely. If the impeller rubs the cover plate, you do not have the impeller tight on the shaft or the cover plate needs readjustment - see “impeller clearance”. Tighten these bolts uniformly using 15 ft. pounds (165 kg/m) on the torque wrench. 5. After reinstalling the suction pipe assembly, lubricate and tighten the victaulic clamps. Service the automatic lubricator. 31 32 POWER TAKE-OFF ASSEMBLY Ref. No. Part Number Description No. Req’d 012069A Power Take Off Assembly includes: H1 100011 Clutch Body 1 H3 100028 Pressure Plate 1 H4 100341 Clutch Facing 1 H9 100013 Adjusting Ring 1 H10 100032 Ring Wear Plate 1 H12 100026 Spring Lever 1 H13 100018 Lever 3 H14 100010 Pivot Lever Pin 3 H15 100007 Retaining Ring 3 H19 100024 Adjusting Lock 1 H24 100071 Release Sleeve and Bearing Assembly 1 H25 100029 Release Sleeve 1 H26 100031 Release Bearing 1 H27 100030 Bearing Carrier 1 H30 100019 Connecting Link 6 H31,H33 100009 Link Pin 6 100008 Retaining Ring 6 H35 100003 Driving Ring 1 H36 100017 Separator Spring 3 All H’s 100340 Clutch Assembly 1 T1 100304 Clutch Housing 1 T2 100063 Instruction Plate 1 T3 100054 Cover Gasket 1 T7 100043 Lubrication Fitting 1 T8 012591 Drive Shaft 1 T9 100052 Bearing Cup and Cone (394A-390) 2 T10 100048 Bearing Retainer 1 T11 100039 Retainer Lock 1 T14 100040 Yoke Shaft 1 T15 100305 Woodruff Key 2 T16 100323 Clutch Yoke 1 T20 010284 Shifting Lever 1 T25 022314 Pilot Bearing 1 T26 100307 Drive Shaft Nut 1 T27 100308 Lock Washer 1 T28 100061 Clutch Key 1 T31 100224 Yoke Shaft Lubrication Fitting 2 H32,H34 33 CARE AND OPERATION OF ROCKFORD POWER TAKE-OFF The following brief instructions are a simple outline of duties that the owner and operator must perform for long and satisfactory service from any Rockford Power Take-Off. NOTE: Do not mix Sodium or Calcium base CLUTCH ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE: grease with Lithium grease. Rockford power take-offs with HE clutches described in this manual do not automatically LUBRICATION INTERVALS: adjust to compensate for wear of the clutch facing(s). The operator must periodically adjust The following lubrication intervals are suggested the clutch to ensure correct clutch operation. as guidelines. The operator is responsible for establishing lubrication intervals appropriate to The clutch should be adjusted if the force required the duty cycle and environmental operating condito engage the clutch drops by 10-15% of the tions to which the PTO is subjected. specified engagement force (see the table below). Clutch engagement force should be continually Main Bearings: Grease every 100 hours of monitored so proper clutch adjustment is mainoperation or less. Add grease until grease is tained. Destructive damage may have already forced out the labyrinth seal(s) around the shaft. occurred if engagement force is allowed to diminManually (not by starting the engine) rotate the ish to the point where the clutch fails to carry the shaft while adding grease. load (slippage), if facing(s) have overheated, of if PTO Cross Shaft: Grease every 500 hours of the clutch self-disengages (normally a result of operation. Add one or two pumps of grease from improper clutch engagement). a hand operated grease gun. Clutch Size Reference Handle Length Pressure at Lever 6-1/2” 35” 18-23# NOTE: New clutches or new facings usually require several, frequent adjustments until the friction facing surfaces have “worn in”. The clutch friction facing will become glazed, and possibly permanently damaged if the clutch is permitted to slip excessively. ADJUST THE CLUTCH: Remove the PTO nameplate, disengage the clutch and rotate it to gain access to the adjusting ring lock. Remove the lock bolt and adjustment lock. Rotate the adjusting ring counter-clockwise to tighten the clutch. Rotating the adjusting ring clockwise will loosen the clutch. Adjust to obtain the proper clutch handle engagement force. When clutch is properly adjusted, reposition the locking finger in a slot. Tighten the adjustment lock bolt. Replace the PTO nameplate. LUBRICATION: LUBRICANT: Any high grade, Lithium Base #2, short fiber grease recommended for use in 2,100 RPM roller bearings operating at temperatures of 200 ˚F (93 ˚C). 34 Clutch Linkage and Levers: Lubricate with engine oil every 500 hours of operation. The lubrication intervals and the amount of grease used should be adjusted to minimize the amount of grease forced out of the bearing housing. A small amount of grease driven from the bearing housing is an indication that enough grease is being provided. Bearing Operating Temperatures: The main bearing operating temperature range is normally between 170 ˚F and 200 ˚F (76.7 ˚C to 93.3 ˚C). Locations with high ambient temperatures such as desert climates will cause the bearings to run hotter. More frequent lubrication intervals and/or specialized grease designed for higher operating temperatures will be required. NOTE: There is a tendency to test temperature with the hand. However, it is difficult to hold a hand on a bearing housing operating at 150 ˚F (65.6 ˚C) although that temperature is below the normal 170 ˚F (76.7 ˚C) operating temperature of the PTO. Therefore a thermometer (contact type) should be used to make reasonably accurate temperature measurements. DISASSEMBLE THE POWER TAKE-OFF: (Refer to Figure 4 on page 32 for parts call out). 1. Remove all accessories or drives attached to the output shaft. ENGAGE THE CLUTCH. 2. 3. 4. 5. • Disconnect any linkage that may be attached to the clutch-actuating handle. • Loosen the bolt that fastens the handle to the cross-shaft. • Match-mark the handle and cross shaft so that the handle can be reinstalled at the same place on the shaft. • Slide the handle off the cross shaft spline. Remove the power take-off from the engine. • Attach a hoist or other suitable lifting device to the power take-off. Attach at three points spanning the center of gravity to hold the shaft in a horizontal position during removal. • Remove the mounting bolts, removing those located near the top last. The PTO should separate from the flywheel housing. If the PTO does not separate, install two 3/8”-16 UNC bolts in the threaded holes in the flange. Tighten the bolts alternately and evenly until the housing is removed from the engine flywheel housing pilot diameter. • Exercise caution when removing the PTO from the engine to avoid damage to the grease fittings, facing(s), and pilot bearing. Remove the clutch from the PTO shaft. • Remove the pilot bearing (T25) from the drive shaft with a bearing puller. • Position the PTO with the pilot bearing end up, resting with support beneath the end of the output shaft. • Bend the locking plate (T27) away from nut (T26), and remove the nut and locking plate. • Place pry bars under the pressure plate. While exerting pressure on the pry bars, strike the end of the shaft with a soft mallet to “jar” the clutch loose. Pull the clutch from the shaft. Use caution not to damage the end of the shaft. Remove the shaft and bearings from the bearing housing. • Remove the internal snapring (T11). • Lift the drive shaft (T8) with bearing (T9) from the bearing housing (a hoist may be needed). Remove the main bearings from the drive shaft. 6. • Wash the bearings with clean fuel oil or solvent. Dry and carefully examine for wear, corrosion, or rough spots. If it determined the bearings must be replaced, remove from shaft. • Remove snapring (T10). • Support beneath bearings (T9) on the bed of a press. • Press the drive shaft from the bearing. Place a block of wood beneath the shaft to prevent it from being damaged as it falls loose. Remove the cross shaft. • Loosen (2) bolts securing the yoke assembly (T16) to the cross shaft. • Slide the cross shaft through the housing until the yoke rests against a block of wood placed between the yoke and the housing. 35 • With a soft mallet, drive the cross shaft out of the yoke just far enough to expose the two woodruff keys (T15). • Remove the woodruff keys. • Slide or tap the cross shaft out of the yoke and housing. reinstalled with the worn area 180( from its original position. Most Rockford cross shafts are splined on both ends and may be reversed in the housing. • INSPECT THE PTO COMPONENTS: Clutch Release Yoke: Ball Bearings: Visually examine for indications of wear, corrosion, or pitting on balls and races. Apply clean, lightweight engine oil and slowly rotate the outer race while holding the inner race. The balls must roll free. Rough or sticking spots must be checked to be sure they are not particles of dirt. If they are, clean and check again. If not dirt, replace the bearing. • Keyways must not be worn excessively. • Replace if width of cradles is over .700” (17.78 mm). Drive Shaft: • Pilot bearing journal must not be worn. A new pilot bearing should have a sliding-but-snug fit or tight fit. Finn recommends that a new pilot bearing is installed whenever the PTO assembly is completely taken apart. • Threads must not be damaged. • Keyways must not be worn so as to allow side movement of keys. • Clutch taper should not be worn, although a small amount of wear, if worn evenly 360˚ around the shaft may be serviceable as long as the clutch will seat securely and squarely and the jam nut will tighten against the clutch body. If too much wear has occurred the clutch will slide too far onto the taper and the jam nut will bottom out on the thread or shoulder before it contacts the clutch body. Bell Housing: • Check the bearing fit. Bearing races usually are designed with a sliding or slightly snug fit in the housing bore. They should not have side movement in the bore. Labyrinth seal bores at the output end of the bearing housing should be round, not oval and should be approximately .020”-.025” (.508mm-.635mm) diameter larger than the drive shaft. • If a bearing failure has occurred, be sure the bearing has not spun in the housing, destroying the shoulder or bore contacted by the bearing. • The mounting pilot O.D. and mounting face must be free of protruding metal, rust corrosion etc., which would prevent the housing from locating properly in the flywheel housing bore or against the bearing house face. An improper fit causes misalignment. Misalignment is a major cause of power take-off failure. The snapring should restrict bearing movement to .015” (.381 mm) maximum. • Cross shaft holes should not be worn more than .015” (.381 mm) out of round. A little wear does not render the parts unserviceable, but excessive wear can cause binding of the cross shaft under load during clutch engagement. DISASSEMBLE THE CLUTCH: 1. 2. Preparation for disassembly. • Disengage the clutch. • Match-mark the clutch body (H1), pressure plate (H3), and release sleeve (H25). Remove the release sleeve and bearing subassembly. • Remove the lever spring (H12). • Notice the direction of the clevis pins (H31 and H33) are installed. Upon reassembly of the clutch they must be installed from the same side so the head leads the direction of clutch rotation. • Remove retainers (H34) and clevis pins (H33) to separate the links (H30) from the levers (H13). Cross Shaft: • 36 Be sure the cross shaft moves freely in the bell housing. Remove rust or corrosion from the cross shaft and the holes in the bell housing. Wear on the cross shaft does not become detrimental until it inhibits smooth rotation during clutch engagement (creates a false clutch engagement pressure reading) or allows moisture, dirt, or other corrosives to enter the housing. This can be prevented by ample greasing through the grease fittings to keep the cross shaft lubed. If the cross shaft is excessively worn on only one side, it can be Woodruff key slots must hold the keyways straight. If the release yoke has been loose on the cross shaft the keyways may have one side worn at an angle. 3. Disassemble the sleeve and bearing sub-assembly. • Remove the three retainers (H32) and clevis pins (H31) to remove the links from the release sleeve (H25). 4. • Remove the external snapring (H28) from the release sleeve. • • Using a split plate, support beneath the release bearing (H26) on the bed of a press. Press the release sleeve from the bearing. Release Sleeve: • Remove the internal snapring (H29). • Tap the bearing carrier (H27) off the bearing. Remove the levers. • 5. Remove and disassemble the pressure plate subassembly. • Lift the pressure plate sub-assembly from the clutch body. • Remove the wear ring (H9) from inside the adjusting ring. • Remove the adjustment lock bolt, lockwasher and adjustment lock (H19) from the pressure plate. • 6. Note the direction the clevis pins (H14) are installed so they can be reinstalled in the same direction. Remove three retainers (H15) and clevis pins (H14) to separate the levers from the clutch body. Rotate the adjusting ring counter-clockwise to remove it from the pressure plate. Complete the disassembly of the clutch. • Remove the facing disc (H4). • Remove three separator springs (H36) from the pockets in the clutch body. INSPECT THE CLUTCH COMPONENTS: • No fractures should exist in the bosses. • Clevis pin holes must not be worn excessively. A small amount of wear is normal and will not be detrimental. • The release sleeve bore should not be worn beyond the limits shown below: Basic Size Max. Allowable Dia. 7/8” (22.23mm) 1-1/4” (31.75mm) 1-3/8” (34.93mm) 1-3/4” (44.45mm) 2” (50.80mm) 2-1/4” (57.15mm) 2-1/2” (63.50mm) .883” (22.43mm) 1.258” (31.95mm) 1.387” (35.23mm) 1.759” (44.68mm) 2.012” (51.10mm) 2.259” (57.38mm) 2.509” (63.73mm) • Friction surfaces must not have heat cracks, must be smooth and must be flat within .005”(.127mm). • Drive bosses must not have wear marks exceeding .003” (.076mm) depth due to wear from the pressure plate or center plate. • Keyway must not be worn. • Tapered bore must fit snugly and securely on shaft. Max. Allowable Width 6-1/2” clutch 8” clutch 10” &11-1/2” clutches .130” (3.30mm) .145” (3.68mm) .155” (3.94mm) • Ball bearing must fit tight on the release sleeve. • Release Bearing. Hold the inner race and slowly rotate the outer race, feeling and listening for rough spots, catches or a sticking condition. • Bearing Carrier: • Flat areas are usually worn on the trunnions. Measure across a worn and an unworn area for comparison. Maximum allowable wear is .015” (.38mm). • The snapring groove must securely hold the snapring. Measure the dimension from the bearing shoulder inside the carrier to the farthest edge of the snapring groove and compare with below. Pressure Plate: • • Friction surface must not have heat cracks, must be smooth and must be flat within .005”(.127mm). Drive slots must not be excessively worn. Measure the width of the clutch body drive lug in the worn contact area. Measure the width of the pressure plate drive slot in the (worn) contact area. If the difference between the two readings exceeds .012” (.305mm) the worn component(s) must be replaced. Snapring groove must not be damaged or worn beyond: Clutch Size Clutch Body: • Threads for adjusting ring must not be damaged. Clutch Size Maximum Width 6-1/2” – 8” clutches 10” & 11-1/2” clutches or .700” (17.78mm) .814” (20.68mm) .891” (22.63mm) • The bearing fit may be a sliding fit, but must be snug. A slightly tight fit is desirable. Facing Discs: • Must be free of oil or grease. Must not be burned. Once burned, they normally are incapable of holding torque. 37 • • Measure the amount of wear that has occurred on each friction surface (2 surfaces per facing disc). Total wear allowable in any clutch (add 2 or 4 surfaces together) is approximately 1/4” (6.35mm). Thickness of a new facing plate is .375” (9.53mm). Assemble the sleeve and bearing sub-assembly. • Install the release bearing (H26) in the bearing carrier (H27). The fit should be a snug sliding fit or a light press fit. • Install the internal snapring (H29). • Press the release bearing onto the release sleeve with the snapring located on the side nearest the three bosses of the release sleeve. Be sure to press against the inner race of the bearing - do not support, press or tap against the outer race (bearing carrier). Damage to the bearing could result. • Install external snapring (H28). • Place two links on one side of the bosses of the release sleeve (one on either side of the boss). The travel stop protruding from one side of each link should point toward the bottom of the release sleeve and must rest against the release sleeve. • Install the clevis pin (H31) through both links and the lever boss. NOTE: The clevis pin must be installed as previously noted so the head will lead the direction of clutch rotation. • Securely install the retainer (H32) in the groove of the clevis pin. • Repeat the previous 3 steps to install links on the remaining 2 lever bosses. 2. Assemble the clutch body sub-assembly. • Place the clutch body (H1) on the bench with the friction surface up. • Install three separator springs (H36) in the spring pockets of the clutch body. • Place one facing plate (H4) on the clutch body. • Thread the adjusting ring (H9) into the pressure plate (H3) almost to the bottom of the thread. • 3. 38 Position the three levers (H13) in the lever bosses with the protruding tang against the wear ring up and the “long end” up. • Press down on the pressure plate to compress the separator springs and allow the clevis pin (H14) to be inserted through the lever and clutch body. Teeth must not be worn excessively or broken. ASSEMBLE THE CLUTCH: 1. • Place the wear ring in the adjusting ring. Install the release levers. NOTE: Be sure the clevis pins are installed so the heads will lead the direction of clutch rotation. • 4. Securely install retainers (H15) on the clevis pins. Install the release sleeve and bearing subassembly on the clutch. • Position the sleeve and bearing sub-assembly on the clutch so the links align with the levers. • Align the clevis pin holes and install a clevis pin (H33) through the links and levers so the head of the clevis pin will lead the direction of rotation during clutch operation. • Securely install the retainer (H34) in the groove of the clevis pin. • Repeat at remaining lever positions. • Install the lever spring over the release bearing. Locate a connector of the spring over each of two levers, and then stretch the spring to get it onto the third lever. • Using the drive ring as a gage, perfectly center the facing disc(s) relative to the clutch body. • Engage the clutch by pressing the release sleeve and bearing down to the stop. If the facings are not clamped tight, disengage the clutch, rotate the adjusting ring counterclockwise and reengage the clutch. Repeat until the clutch is adjusted tight enough to hold the facings aligned. NOTE: If the facings are not perfectly aligned in the clutch, mounting the PTO onto the engine will be restricted by interference between the facing teeth and the teeth of the drive ring. • Insert the adjustment lock in a slot of the adjusting ring. Install the lock bolt and lockwasher. Tighten finger tight. NOTE: Do not disengage the clutch until after the PTO has been mounted on the engine. Should the facings become misaligned repeat the procedure explained above for aligning the facings. ASSEMBLE THE POWER TAKE-OFF: INSTALL THE CLUTCH ON THE DRIVE SHAFT: 1. 1. Support the PTO under a hoist, with the output end of the drive shaft resting on a hard wood block. Carefully lower the clutch onto the drive shaft. As the release bearing approaches the clutch release yoke, rotate the yoke upward to engage the bearing carrier trunnions in the cradles of the release yoke. 2. Just before the clutch becomes seated on the taper of the drive shaft, rotate the clutch to align the keyways and install the key 1/2 way into the keyway. 2. Install the main bearings on the drive shaft. • Support beneath the inner race of main bearing (T9) with a split plate on the bed of a press. Insert the drive shaft, pilot bearing end first, through the bearing. Press the shaft into the bearing until the shaft shoulder firmly stops against the bearing. • Install the external snapring (T10). Install the drive shaft in the bearing housing. • Support beneath the bearing housing with the bore up. • Lower the drive shaft and main bearing (output end of the shaft first) to the bottom of the housing bore. The fit should be slightly snug. (Gently tap the outer race of the bearing if necessary to seat it in the bottom of the bore. CAUTION: Do not drive the bearing into the housing by tapping on the shaft. To do so may damage the roller surface of the bearing. • 3. 4. Securely install the internal snapring (T11) in the groove of the bearing housing. NOTE: If the key is installed in the bottom of the keyway before the clutch is completely seated, it may restrict proper seating of the clutch. 3. Seat the clutch on the drive shaft. 4. Drive the key the rest of the way into the keyway. 5. Place the locking washer (T27) on top of the clutch. Locate the tab in the keyway. 6. Install and tighten nut (T26) against the locking washer. Torque to: 6-1/2”, 7-1/2”, 8” HE 165-170 lb.-ft.(224–231 Nm) 10” and 11-1/2” HE 175-180 lb.-ft. (237–244 Nm) 11-1/2” HE(DP) 225-230 lb.-ft. (305–312 Nm) Install the cross shaft and clutch release yoke. • Lubricate the cross shaft holes in the bell housing. Slide the cross shaft (T14) through one hole. • Slide the clutch release yoke (T16) onto the cross shaft. The bolt holes (unthreaded end) should face outward (toward the flywheel). Slide the cross shaft through the release yoke and into the other cross shaft hole in the bell housing. • Rotate and position the cross shaft so one keyway is exposed in the middle of the release yoke. The other keyway will be located outside the yoke. Install two woodruff keys (T15) in the cross shaft. • Slide the cross shaft and woodruff keys into the keyways of the release yoke until the keys are centered on the yoke. • Install two bolts and lockwashers in the clutch release yoke. Tighten and torque to 17-20 ft. lbs. (23-27 Nm). 7. Using a soft but heavy mallet, strike the clutch body to drive it down onto the drive shaft. Check the torque on the nut to be sure that it has not loosened. CAUTION: Be sure the drive shaft is resting on the wood block before striking the clutch body so the force of the impact can be absorbed by the wood block rather than by the bearing races. Complete the assembly of the housing unit. • Install all pipe plugs and fittings to complete assembly of the bearing housing and bell housing. • Install grease fittings in the shaft and housings. 39 NOTES 40 NOTES 41 NOTES 42 NOTES 43 NOTES 44 T170 ® Hydroseeder Parts Manual Model SM 45 15F 15C 15B 15E 15D 6 7 15A 15 5 1 3 8 10 4 2 14 17 15 9 5 12 13 11 16 46 WHEN ORDERING PARTS, BE SURE TO STATE SERIAL NUMBER OF MACHINE LBT170-SSA TANK TOP PARTS Ref. No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 15A 15B 15C 15D 15E 15F 16 17 Part Number Description F170-0004 190047 008582-01 008582-02 012468-02 080521 012468-01 012477 012474-03 012471 FW71225 005700 012476-02 012474-07 012472 012474-04 012476-01 012474-07 012484 008470 012483 002191 012466 012474-02 F330-0008 005619 052160 012464 012514 085152 012547-01 005161 012487 031245 012547-02 012487-05 002258 012467 012474-01 012473 012515 005613 Tank Top Gasket Front Tank Top Support Rear Tank Top Support Swing Gate Spring Hinge Rear-Side Guard Rail Left-Rear Guard Rail Left-Rear Toe Rail Slide Gate Slide Gate Snapper Pin Lanyard Left-Front Guard Rail Front-Side Toe Rail Front-End Guard Rail Front-End Toe Rail Right-Front Guard Rail Front-Side Toe Rail Fill Port Extension w/Vent Fill Plug Fill Port Fill Port Adapter Right-Rear Guard Rail Right-Side Toe Rail Tool Box Mount U-Bolt Tool Box Hatch Safety Rail Square U-Bolt Hatch Lid Rubber Stop Boom Tray & Nozzle Holder Nozzle Tie Down Strap Pivot Arm Snapper Pin Pivot Arm Swing Bolt Boom Clamping Plate Boom Locking Wing Bolt Rear-End Guard Rail Rear-End Toe Rail Ladder Hand Rail Round Pipe Plug Square Tube Plug No. Req’d 1 32’ 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 per 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 6 WHEN ORDERING PARTS, BE SURE TO STATE SERIAL NUMBER OF MACHINE LBT170-SSA 47 16 26 28A 29 30 27 21 28 25 22 24 21 19 24A 23 20 16 4 12 18 17 11 3 16 8B 15 14 8A 6 12 1 8 9 10 7 5 12 13 2 48 WHEN ORDERING PARTS, BE SURE TO STATE SERIAL NUMBER OF MACHINE LBT170-SM PUMP, PIPING, AND DISCHARGE ASSEMBLY Ref. No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 8A 8B 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 Part Number Description 005143 002383 008189 008190 160160 160389 012491 012491-02 160006 160428 012457 012493-01 012493-09 012640-05 012640-02 X1232 012632 005700 Pump Assembly (See pg. 51 for Parts) Pressure Lubricator Plunger Screw, Nut, Follower and Spring Coupling Pipe Nipple Suction Elbow/Bleed Valve Assembly Suction Elbow Pipe Elbow Pipe Nipple 1/2” Bleeder Valve Bleeder Valve Handle Handle Pad Suction Pipe Suction Valve Flange Pipe 3/4-10 Hex Bolt Suction Valve Assembly Locking Pin Lanyard Locking Pin Valve Seal Packing 3/4-10 Hex Nut 3/4 Lock Washer L-Shaped Suction Pipe Pipe Clamp Seal, Pipe Clamp Reducing Pipe Clamp Seal, Reducing Pipe Clamp Discharge Flange Gasket Discharge Flange Pipe Clamp Seal, Pipe Clamp Pipe Cap (Standard) Lower Discharge Pipe Upper Discharge Pipe Recirculation Nozzle Pipe Clamp Seal, Pipe Clamp Valve Inlet Nozzle Recirculation Valve Handle Lube Screw Gasket Spring Valve Outlet Nozzle Recirculation Pipe Recirculation Discharge Elbow Recirculation Pipe Seal/Coupling Discharge Valve Lube Screw Gasket Spring Valve Stabilizer Plate Discharge To Boom Connector Valve Control Foot Pedal Set Screw 012636-02 Y12 W12L 012640-01 011736 011919 008471 008472 008469 011726-01 002771 002820 160263 011726-11 011726-04 011727-09 006721 006722 011727-10 011776 011909 007542 011950 011951 011727-11 012462 005703-02 012462-05 011777 007542 011952 011953 F330-0011-01 011882 011822 Z0612SCP 007710 160568 002158 001207 012531 No. Req’d 1 1 1 1 3 3 2 1 1 1 1 2 HOSE REEL OPTION ONLY Ball Valve Nipple Brass Male Adapter Male Adapter Lead-In Hose WHEN ORDERING PARTS, BE SURE TO STATE SERIAL NUMBER OF MACHINE LBT170-SM 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 16 1 16 16 1 3 3 1 1 1 1 3 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 49 6 4 2 3 4 1 5 DISCHARGE BOOM ASSEMBLY Ref. No. Part Number 012489 Description Discharge Boom Assembly Includes: No. Req’d 1 1 012489-16 Stand Pipe 1 2 012489-02 Lower Boom Pipe 1 3 012489-01 Upper Boom Pipe 1 4 012283 Swivel 2 5 010544 Brass Female Coupler 1 006513 6 Gasket, Coupler 1 012489-19 Boom Handle 1 011914 Knob, Handle Locking 1 012397* Swivel Repair Kit 2 *Not Included with Assembly #012489 50 WHEN ORDERING PARTS, BE SURE TO STATE SERIAL NUMBER OF MACHINE LBT170-SSA PUMP PARTS Ref. No. Part Number Description 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 005143 005146 005150 X0824SS 005144 X0828SS 006443 006444 006446 006445 006447 002945 002960 006450 005145 002961 006537 007366 007367 Pump Assembly Consisting of: Suction Cover O-Ring, Suction Cover Bolt, Suction Cover Pump Casing Bolt, Adjusting Seal Assembly Seal, Grease Retainer Thrust Bearing Radial Bearing Seal, Grease Retainer Shaft Frame Slinger, Radial Bearing Impeller Retainer, Thrust Bearing Retainer, Radial Bearing Bearing Lock Washer Bearing Lock Nut No. Req’d 1 WHEN ORDERING PARTS, BE SURE TO STATE SERIAL NUMBER OF MACHINE LBT170-SSA 1 1 8 1 4 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 51 4 4C 4A 4B 2 UR HO LT VO 4 P M TE L OI 8 6 3 5 1 7 9 52 WHEN ORDERING PARTS, BE SURE TO STATE SERIAL NUMBER OF MACHINE LBT170-SM CONTROLS Ref. No. Part Number 012657-01 Description No. Req’d Control Tower Assembly (Includes Items 1-7) 1 1 011795 Control Tower 1 2 F330-0046 Control Box w/ Cover (less components) 1 3 Gauges, Switches, and Tower Wiring Harness (Order Separately-See pages 60-61) 4 008519 Agitator Control Assembly 4A 008519-01 Control Lever 1 per 4B 011954 Knob 1 per 4C 008519-02 Control Pivot Plate 1 per 006596 Agitator Control Cable 1 007675 Ball Joint (Control End) 1 020682 Clevis (Valve End) 1 011823 Clutch Control Handle 1 000427 Handle Grip 1 011819 Clutch Control Linkage 1 5 6 7 006737 8 9 Ball Joint 2 011051 Recirculation Valve Handle 1 022871 Plastic Cap 1 011818 006737 Valve Control Linkage Ball Joint WHEN ORDERING PARTS, BE SURE TO STATE SERIAL NUMBER OF MACHINE LBT170-SM 1 1 2 53 54 WHEN ORDERING PARTS, BE SURE TO STATE SERIAL NUMBER OF MACHINE LBT170-SSA 20 36 1 2 18 In Out 19 18 19 3 21 3 4 17 5 22 6 16 15 23 30 24 31 7 25 14 35 27 29 32 33 34 26 28 4 9 13 12 10 11 8 HYDRAULIC SYSTEM Ref. No. Part Number Description 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 023652 008293 023616 FW71492 008599 080649 021617 021618 011783 080329 022592 160236 FW71550 055272 008598 FW71909 055308 012333 FW71504 008606 008597 022346 011936 FW71892 012044 008596 012087 008523 JDR96934 008603 008595 FW65348 012083 041150 011648 160303 160709 008605 90˚ Adapter Hydraulic Valve Straight Adapter 90˚ Adapter Hose Adapter Return Line Filter Filter Element Fill Cap Sight Gauge Tee Adapter Pipe Plug Adapter Adapter Hose 90˚ Adapter Adapter Hydraulic Motor Adapter 45˚ Adapter Hose Tee Adapter Adapter 90˚ Adapter Pressure Gauge Hose Straight Adapter Hydraulic Pump Pump Gasket 90˚ Adapter Suction Hose Straight Adapter Ball Valve Straight Adapter Suction Strainer Close Nipple Ball Reducer Hose 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 No. Req’d 2 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 WHEN ORDERING PARTS, BE SURE TO STATE SERIAL NUMBER OF MACHINE LBT170-SSA 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 55 13 13 11 18 18 14 15 16 17 14 DRIVE END 12 Agitator Assy. #012505 (Includes It.`s 11 thru 18) NOTE: To tighten, Turn nut not bolt. Torque to 25 Ft. Lbs. DO NOT OVER TORQUE 2 1 3 6 7 Outside Of Tank 8 2" Agitator Shaft Through Back Side Apply one solid, continuous bead of silicone adhesive around outer edge on the inside face of clamping ring before installation. 4 5 9 56 10 Bearing Assy. #012529 (Includes It.`s 1 thru 8) WHEN ORDERING PARTS, BE SURE TO STATE SERIAL NUMBER OF MACHINE LBT170-SSA AGITATOR AND SEAL ASSEMBLY Ref. No. Part Number Description 012529 Bearing and Seal Assembly Includes: No. Req’d 2 1 012527 Inner Clamping Ring w/Studs 1per 2 012528 Agitator Shaft Seal 1per 3 012525 Outer Clamping Ring 1per 4 012451 Flangette 1per 5 012450 Bearing 1per 6 012542 Flangette w/Lube Coupling 1per 008154 Lube Coupling Adapter 1per 7 012605 Agitator Seal Washer 4per 8 Y08 Agitator Nut 4per 9 012625 Set Lock Collar (Not included in Assy) 2 10 007705 Grease Fitting 2 012519 Grease Line Elbow (Not Shown) 2 012520 Bulk Head Fitting (Not Shown) 2 012521 Grease Line Hose (Not Shown) 2 012505 Agitator Assembly Includes: 1 11 012496-01 Idle Stub Shaft 1 12 012495-01 Drive Stub Shaft 1 13 F170-0003-01 Bolt-On Paddle 2 14 F330-0010-02 Bolt-On Paddle w/ Identification Hole 2 15 012502 Main Agitator Section 1 16 X1240 3/4-10 UNC HHCS x 2-1/2 Lg. (Bolt-On Paddles) 17 18 X1236 3/4-10 UNC HHCS x 2-1/4 Lg. Y08L (Stub Shaft Flange Only) 3/4 UNC Lock Nut WHEN ORDERING PARTS, BE SURE TO STATE SERIAL NUMBER OF MACHINE LBT170-SSA 8 8 16 57 5 2 6 3 7 4 1 HATCH ASSEMBLY Ref. No. Part Number 005713 58 Description No. Req’d Hatch Assembly Includes: 1 005486 Hatch Liner 1 2 012638 Hatch Lid 1 3 005484 Bag Cutter 1 X0848SS 1/2-13 UNC HHCS x 3” Lg. - Stainless Steel 2 Y08LSS 1/2-13 UNC Lock Nut - Stainless Steel 2 W08FSS 1/2” Flat Washer - Stainless Steel 2 008008 Rubber Washer 2 4 070627 Hatch Lid Hinge 2 5 005487-03 Seal Backing Strip 4 6 005487-04 Hatch Lid Seal 4 005433 Soft Latch 2 002909 Handle 1 005565 Hatch Lid Lanyard 1 WHEN ORDERING PARTS, BE SURE TO STATE SERIAL NUMBER OF MACHINE LBT170-SSA 1 Tank Wall 6 8 7 9 5 2 3 4 HYDRAULIC AGITATOR DRIVE Ref. No. Part Number Description No. Req’d 1 012333 Hydraulic Motor 1 2 012354 Hydraulic Motor Mount 1 3 012522-02 Rubber Bushing 1 4 012522-04 Insert 1 5 011780 Rigid Coupling 1 6 003055B Motor Bushing 1 7 055103 Agitator Bushing 1 8 190127-40 Key 1 9 012625 Set Lock Collar 2 WHEN ORDERING PARTS, BE SURE TO STATE SERIAL NUMBER OF MACHINE LBT170-SSA 59 1 5 2 4 3 16GA.~BLUE I S B FLASHER SAFETY SWITCH C S B VOLTS 16GA.~BLUE THROTTLE SWITCH 6 HOUR 12GA.~BLACK IGNITION SWITCH 16GA.~GREEN 16GA.~WHITE 16GA.~BLUE 16GA.~BLUE HORN BUTTON MALE CONNECTOR HOUSING 9 10 YELLOW& YELLOW/ BLACK 3 ORANGE/ ORANGE BLACK 2 1 RED/ BLACK 5 BLUE/ BLACK 4 10 BLACK/ RED 9 BROWN/ BLACK 8 BLACK 7 BLUE Yellow Orange Black Blue Red 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 White White Blue Yellow Yellow 1 2 3 3 4 5 6 7 BROWN TEMP CONTROL BOX 16GA.~RED OIL 8 16GA.~BLACK 16GA.~BROWN 6 RED 10 Red 16 GA.~ORANGE 16 GA.~ORANGE/BLACK 16 GA.~YELLOW 16 GA.~YELLOW/BLACK 16 GA.~BLUE/BLACK 16 GA.~RED/BLACK 16 GA.~RED 16 GA.~BLUE 16 GA.~BROWN/BLACK 16 GA.~BLACK/RED 16GA.~BLACK Green 16 OIL LINE~TUBING FEMALE CONNECTOR HOUSING .~ GA ITE WH ITE WH 16 .~ GA HORN 1 2 3 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 16GA. ~ GREEN 10 16GA.~BLUE OPTIONAL HOSE REEL WIRING - + 16GA. ~ BLACK TEMPERATURE SENSOR WIRE ELECTRIC THROTTLE 16 GA. ~ YELLOW 16 GA. ~ ORANGE DIODE Yellow To Yellow Orange To Red STARTER ALTERNATOR BATTERY 16GA. ~ BLUE 16GA. ~ RED 30 AMP FUSE 12GA. ~ BLACK GROUND STRAP BATTERY CABLE S 16GA. ~ RED 16GA. ~ YELLOW 16GA. ~ YELLOW INJECTOR PUMP +OUT EXC 16GA. ~ BLUE 60 WHEN ORDERING PARTS, BE SURE TO STATE SERIAL NUMBER OF MACHINE LBT170-SM ELECTRICAL SYSTEM Part Number Description No. Req’d F330-0046 Control Box (See Pg. 52-53) 1 012560 Tower Wiring Harness 1 012559 Engine Wiring Harness 1 012559-01 Horn Wiring Harness 1 020886 Horn Button 1 052076 Ignition Switch 1 FW71555 Throttle Switch 1 080526 Switch Rubber Boot 1 023814 Electric Throttle Actuator 1 022119 Safety Switch 1 021198 Flasher w/Bracket 1 007274 Hourmeter 1 007958 Voltmeter 1 011489 Temperature Gauge 1 012537 Temperature Adapter Kit 1 007706 Oil Pressure Gauge 1 008473 Oil Pressure Line Kit 1 007336 Flashing Light 1 006499 Horn 1 022425 Diode 1 JDTY24485 Alternator/Regulator Assembly 1 JDRE54092 Engine Strarter 1 011851 Battery 1 080220 Battery Holddown 1 011770 Battery Box 1 008171 Battery Cable 1 007091 Engine Ground Strap 1 000241 Ground Cable (Not Shown) 1 023601 Male Insert 1 023604 Male Hood 1 023602 Female Insert 1 005561 Female Housing 1 WHEN ORDERING PARTS, BE SURE TO STATE SERIAL NUMBER OF MACHINE LBT170-SM 61 21 22 23 25 26 24 20 31 27 28 1 19 3 4 2 5 16 18 17 15 14 13 12 11 10 30 7 8 9 29C 29B 8 6 7 29A 29 62 WHEN ORDERING PARTS, BE SURE TO STATE SERIAL NUMBER OF MACHINE LBT170-SM POWER SYSTEM Ref. No. Part Number Description 1 2 008576 012069A 022314 052694 008626 011218 008624 052697-02 052397 007433 007887 052692 F330-0048 023845 022450 052693 F916-0032 F330-0038 052691 F916-0034 190002 052728-01 012620 012610 022452 023807 F260-0006-02 055669 F260-0006-03 052378 JDR128455 022450 007678 023814 F260-0007 F916-0033 011771 011773 011774 011772 F330-0013 052651-04 Engine Assembly Clutch Assembly (See page 66-67) Pilot Bearing Rear Engine Panel Exhaust Extension Exhaust Gasket L-H Rear Panel Mount R-H Rear Panel Mount Rear Engine Foot Rubber Shock Mount Snubbing Washer Front Engine Mount Blank Panel Cover Lower Radiator Hose Hose Clamp Radiator Mount Radiator Shroud Air Deflector Radiator Screen Frame Radiator Screen Foam Seal Radiator Screen Strap Radiator Rubber Mount Drain Cock Radiator Cap Radiator Cap Cover Lock Positioning Hinge Hinge Spacer Fan Shroud Upper Radiator Hose Hose Clamp Fan Electric Throttle Acuator Throttle Acuator Mount Engine Top Cover Coupling Assembly Engine Coupling Half Coupling Insert Pump Coupling Half Clutch Drive Coupling Guard Radiator Bracket 3 4 5A 5B 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 29A 29B 29C 30 31 No. Req’d 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 4 4 2 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1.75' 2 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 NOT ILLUSTRATED 008451 011867 007914 F816-0008-01 F816-0008-02 008523 JDR96934 Fuel Tank Fuel Gauge Fuel Tank Cap Fan Guard Fan Guard Mounting Strap Hydraulic Pump Pump Gasket WHEN ORDERING PARTS, BE SURE TO STATE SERIAL NUMBER OF MACHINE LBT170-SM 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 63 3 2F 2A 2C 7 4 2 5 5 2B 12 7 6 8 12 2E 9 11 10 2D 12 1 AIR INTAKE ASSEMBLY 21 15 14 15 16 17 18 20 19 13 EXHAUST ASSEMBLY 64 WHEN ORDERING PARTS, BE SURE TO STATE SERIAL NUMBER OF MACHINE LBT170-SM AIR INTAKE AND EXHAUST SYSTEMS Ref. No. 1 2 Part Number Description No. Req’d 008620 Air Intake Assembly (Includes Items 2-9) 012646 Air Cleaner/ Pre-Cleaner Assy (Includes Items 2-4) 012621 1 Air Cleaner Assembly 1 2A 012622 Main Filter Element (3.75-E1) 1 per 2B 012623 Safety Filter Element (3.75-E2) 1 per 2C 012621A Flapper Valve 1 per 2D 012621B Dust Load Indicator Gauge 1 per 2E 012621C Spring Loaded Mount 1 per 2F 012621D Filter Cap 1 per 3 012608 Pre-Cleaner 1 4 012609 Pre-Cleaner Adapter 1 5 022657 4” Clamp 2 6 008618 Hump Adapter 1 7 007391 3” Clamp 2 8 052700-01 Rear Engine Connector Pipe 1 9 008617 Hump Reducer 1 10 052700-06 Long Extension Pipe 1 11 052399 Rubber Elbow 1 12 022450 2-1/2” Clamp 3 13 008627 Exhaust Assembly (Includes Items 14-20) 14 011211 Exhaust Elbow 1 15 020052 Muffler Clamp (#250) 2 16 007456 Muffler 1 17 000461 Muffler Clamp (#200) 1 18 052110 Exhaust Turn Down 1 19 20 21 008627-02 023438 008626 011218 Support Leg Rubber Mount Exhaust Manifold Extension Exhaust Gasket 1 1 WHEN ORDERING PARTS, BE SURE TO STATE SERIAL NUMBER OF MACHINE LBT170-SM 1 1 1 65 66 WHEN ORDERING PARTS, BE SURE TO STATE SERIAL NUMBER OF MACHINE LBT170-SSA POWER TAKE-OFF ASSEMBLY Ref. No. Part Number Description H1 H3 H4 H9 H10 H12 H13 H14 H15 H19 H24 H25 H26 H27 H30 H31,H33 H32,H34 H35 H36 All H’s T1 T2 T3 T7 T8 T9 T10 T11 T14 T15 T16 T20 T25 T26 T27 T28 T31 012069A 100011 100028 100341 100013 100032 100026 100018 100010 100007 100024 100071 100029 100031 100030 100019 100009 100008 100003 100017 100340 100304 100063 100054 100043 012591 100052 100048 100039 100040 100305 100323 010284 022314 100307 100308 100061 100224 Power Take Off Assembly includes: Clutch Body Pressure Plate Clutch Facing Adjusting Ring Ring Wear Plate Spring Lever Lever Pivot Lever Pin Retaining Ring Adjusting Lock Release Sleeve and Bearing Assembly Release Sleeve Release Bearing Bearing Carrier Connecting Link Link Pin Retaining Ring Driving Ring Separator Spring Clutch Assembly Clutch Housing Instruction Plate Cover Gasket Lubrication Fitting Drive Shaft Bearing Cup and Cone (394A-390) Bearing Retainer Retainer Lock Yoke Shaft Woodruff Key Clutch Yoke Shifting Lever Pilot Bearing Drive Shaft Nut Lock Washer Clutch Key Yoke Shaft Lubrication Fitting No. Req’d WHEN ORDERING PARTS, BE SURE TO STATE SERIAL NUMBER OF MACHINE LBT170-SSA 1 1 1 1 1 1 3 3 3 1 1 1 1 1 6 6 6 1 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 67 30 17 29 13 24 13 28 31 13 32 33 34 37 35 24 13 1 36 2 20 27 26 19 13 19 6 13 13 13 22 1/2 13 25 24 12 21 23 40 39 1 Hydro-Seeder 38 29 9 13 2 14 3 15 16 17 18 4 6 5 12 7 10 11 9 8 68 WHEN ORDERING PARTS, BE SURE TO STATE SERIAL NUMBER OF MACHINE LBT170-SSA DECALS Ref. No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 * Part Number Description No. Req’d 023174 011595 011790 005188 005187 007230 005186 011690 011662 020976 023391 012179 007231 007429 011569 008209 005216 012279 012251 022357 007351 031297 006869 012031 012180 021665 012272 012260 023519 011567 006870-HORN 006870-IGN 022082 006870-START 007535 008286 004661 008097 012041 012597 020970 “FINN” Decal Decal “Hydro Seeder” Decal “1500 Gallons” Decal “1000 Gallons” Decal “800 Gallons” Decal “Service Daily” Decal “500 Gallons” FINN Name Plate Decal “PATENT NUMBERS” Decal “PATENT INFRINGEMENT” Decal “DIESEL FUEL ONLY” Decal “WARNING! DO NOT RUN ...” Decal “SERVICE WEEKLY” Decal “RADIATOR PROTECTION” Decal “CAUTION! REMOVE VALVE & HOSE REEL” Decal “DANGER! BEFORE LOOSENING CLAMP” Decal “DANGER! OPEN RECIRCULATION” Decal “WARNING! RADIATOR” Decal “WARNING! ROTATING FAN” Decal “WARNING! TURN OFF ENGINE” Decal “HAND GUN ONLY” Decal “CLUTCH OPERATION” Decal “PRESSURE LUBRICATOR” Decal “VALVE OPERATION” Decal “TO AVOID DAMAGE TO SUCTION COVER” Decal “HYDRAULIC INSTRUCTIONS” Decal “HYDRAULIC OIL ONLY” MAINTAIN SAFETY DECAL PLATE Decal “CAUTION! WEAR EYE PROTECTION” Decal “DANGER! DO NOT AIM STREAM” Decal “HORN” Decal “IGN” Decal “HOLD BUTTON IN” Decal “START” Decal “THROTTLE” Decal “AGITATOR SPEED” Decal “CLUTCH ENGAGEMENT” Decal “DANGER! BEFORE ENTERING THE TANK” Decal “OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS” Decal “IMPORTANT: THIS IS A VENT Decal DO NOT RIDE (NOT SHOWN) WHEN ORDERING PARTS, BE SURE TO STATE SERIAL NUMBER OF MACHINE LBT170-SSA 2 2 1 1 1 3 1 1 4 2 1 2 10 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 3 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 69 2 24 23 1 13 12 5 8 4 9 7 14 26 10 6 36 3 16 15 18 22 20 27 19 11 17 21 35 28 33 32 34 31 Hose Reel Wiring Hose Reel Elec.Motor Starter 6 Ga. Red Circuit Breaker n ai s M es ire rn W Ha ue ng Bl iri W Engine Ground Button Soleniod 16 Ga. Blue 6 Ga. Red 6 Ga. Red 16 Ga. Blue 6 Ga. Black 70 WHEN ORDERING PARTS, BE SURE TO STATE SERIAL NUMBER OF MACHINE LBT170-SSA HOSE REEL ASSEMBLY Ref. No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 26 27 28 31 32 33 34 35 36 Part Number Description 008212 Hose Reel Assembly Includes: Drum Back Disc Front Disc Disc Sprocket Hub, Less Riser Flanged Riser Ring Gear Spacer Front Frame Back Frame Front Foot Back Foot Back Brace Chain with Connecting Link Pinion Gear Pinion Shaft Side Bearing Brake Pad Brake Spring Brake Well Pinion Shaft - Collar and Set Screw Drive Side Bearing Idle Side Bearing Pin Lock Assembly with Brackets Swivel Joint Chain Sprocket - 11 Tooth Explosion Proof Motor Left Mounting Frame Control Panel without Switches Right Mounting Frame Cross Angle Top Connecting Angle Hose Rewind Guide Lead-In Hose Adapter Wiring Harness Panel with Switches 70 Amp Circuit Breaker 30 Amp Circuit Breaker 40 Amp Circuit Breaker Bridge Strap Button Solenoid 008144 008200 008111 008112 008109 008313 008314 008433 008210 008199 008188 012583-01 011915-01 012583-02 012582-11 012524 011894 012531 001207 011977 011955-01 008420 008419 011654 012592 020886 008135 No. Req’d 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 WHEN ORDERING PARTS, BE SURE TO STATE SERIAL NUMBER OF MACHINE LBT170-SSA 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 71 DISCHARGE HOSE EXTENSIONS Part Number Description No. Req’d TOWER TAKE OFF SYSTEM 007930-02 007929 002191 160768 010544 006513 Hose Assembly, Discharge Extension - Tower 1-1/2” Hose w/ Nipples, 50 ft. Adapter Reducer Bushing Coupler Gasket As Ordered 1 per 1 per 1 per 1 per 1 per PUMP TAKE OFF SYSTEM 72 007930-01 007929 001207 002158 006515 011908 Hose Assembly, Discharge – Pump Remote 1-1/2” Hose w/ Nipples, 50 ft. Adapter Coupler Gasket Remote Valve Operation – Heavy Duty 007711 007710 002158 160540 007740 003242 003243 160309 160763 006102 001207 006621 006604 006096 160761 006622 006605 006096 160761 Pump Take Off Valve Assembly Valve Coupler Nipple Remote Valve Assembly Valve Pipe Nipple Bushing Coupler Adapter Wide Ribbon Nozzle Assembly Nozzle, Wide Ribbon Adapter Reducer Bushing Narrow Ribbon Nozzle Assembly Nozzle, Narrow Ribbon Adapter Reducer Bushing As Ordered 1 per 1 per 1 per 1 per 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 WHEN ORDERING PARTS, BE SURE TO STATE SERIAL NUMBER OF MACHINE LBT170-SSA RECOMMENDED SPARE PARTS, REPAIR KITS AND MISCELLANEOUS PARTS Part Number Description No. Req’d SPARE PARTS 000698 Grease, Pump Seal Lubricator 2 011919 Suction Pipe Seal 3 002820 Discharge Pipe Seal 3 006722 Recirculation Pipe Seal 2 006513 Nozzle Coupler Gasket 2 007469 Lube Sticks, Recirculation and Discharge Valves 4 012623 Air Cleaner Safety Element 1 012622 Air Cleaner Main Filter 1 JDR123442 Fan Belt 1 JDRE60021 Fuel Filter 1 JDRE59754 Oil Filter 1 031245 Snapper Pin – Boom Holddown 1 021618 Hydraulic Filter 2 JDR96934 Hydraulic Pump Gasket 1 011218 Exhaust Gasket 1 REPAIR KITS 012397 Swivel Repair Kit 005295 Pump Seal Kit Consisting of: 005150 O-Ring 1 006443 Mechanical Seal Assembly 1 006444 Grease Retainer 1 006447 Grease Seal 2 012384 Hydraulic Motor Seal Kit 008546 Hydraulic Pump Seal Kit MISCELLANEOUS PARTS 002190 Tank Drain Cap 1 002191 Tank Drain Coupling 1 002290 Rear Marker Light 2 190018 Safety-Walk On Ladder 008470 Fill Port Plug NOTE: 1 Recommended spare parts are available to avoid unnecessary down time. Repair kits are available to recondition parts, which periodically need service. WHEN ORDERING PARTS, BE SURE TO STATE SERIAL NUMBER OF MACHINE LBT170-SSA As Req’d 73 TOOL KIT Part Number Description 008476 Nozzle, Long Distance 1 011703 Nozzle Assembly, Long Distance 1 001042 Nozzle, Long Distance 1 006512 Gasket, Nozzle 1 002191 Brass Male Adapter 1 160540 Close Nipple 1 160768 Reducer Bushing 1 011706 Nozzle Assembly, Wide Ribbon-Small 1 006604 Nozzle, Wide Ribbon-Small (50500) 1 002191 Brass Male Adapter 1 160766 Reducer Bushing 1 Nozzle Assembly, Narrow Ribbon-Small 1 006605 Nozzle, Narrow Ribbon-Small (25500) 1 002191 Brass Male Adapter 1 160766 Reducer Bushing 1 011707 011890 Nozzle Assembly, Wide Ribbon-Large 1 011861 Nozzle, Wide Ribbon-Large (501500) 1 002191 Brass Male Adapter 1 160769 Reducer Bushing 1 011891 74 No. Req’d Nozzle Assembly, Narrow Ribbon-Large 1 011860 Nozzle, Narrow Ribbon-Large (251500) 1 002191 Brass Male Adapter 1 160769 Reducer Bushing 1 021375 Grease Gun 1 020365 Grease Cartridge 1 000698 Grease, Pressure Lubricator 1 007469 Lube Sticks, Discharge and Recirculation Valves 1 002190 Cap with Gasket, Main Tank Drain 1 006513 Gasket, Coupler 1 005220 Impeller Wrench 1 FW71883 Touch-Up Paint 1 Engine Parts Manual 1 Engine Operator’s Manual Hydroseeder® Parts Operator's Manual 1 1 75 WARRANTY Finn warrants to the original Purchaser for use (or rental to others for use) all new construction machinery and attachments therefore manufactured by Finn to be free from defects in material and workmanship for a period of 12 months from date of purchase or 1200 hours of use, whichever comes first. Replacement parts provided under the terms of this warranty are warranted for the remainder of the warranty period applicable to the product in which installed, as if such parts were original components of that product. Finn makes no warranty with respect to (a) allied equipment or trade accessories not manufactured by it (such as, but not limited to tires, ignitions, starters, hose, batteries, magnetos, carburetors, engines or like or unlike equipment or accessories), such being subject to the warranty, if any, provided by their respective manufactures; or (b) secondhand, used, altered, or rebuilt machines. Further, the warranty herein expressed shall be rendered null and void to the extent any defect or failure of the products warranted hereby arises out of or is caused by accessories or component parts not manufactured or supplied by Finn, whether same are supplied by Purchaser, dealers or any other party. THE WARRANTY DESCRIBED IN THIS PARAGRAPH SHALL BE IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. Upon notification of Finn during the above-stated warranty period of any failure to conform to this warranty, and upon inspection by Finn to verify said nonconformity and verify the continuing existence of the warranty period, Finn will provide a new part or a repaired part, whichever Finn elects, to replace the part found to be defective. Such parts will be provided without charge to the Purchaser during normal working hours at a place of business of a Finn dealer or other establishment authorized by Finn to effect said repairs or replacements, but Purchaser shall bear all costs of transporting the product to and from such place of business or establishment. Correction of nonconformities, in the manner and for the period time provided above, shall constitute fulfillment of all liabilities of Finn under this contract. THE REMEDIES OF THE USER SET FORTH HEREIN ARE EXCLUSIVE, WITHOUT REGARD TO WHETHER ANY DEFECT WAS DISCOVERABLE OR LATENT AT THE TIME OF DELIVERY OF THE PRODUCT TO THE PURCHASER. The essential purpose of this exclusive remedy shall be to provide the Purchaser with repair or replacement of parts that prove to be defective within the period and under the conditions previously set forth. This exclusive remedy shall not have failed of its essential purpose (as that term is used in the Uniform Commercial Code) provided Finn remains willing to repair or replace defective parts within a commercially reasonable time after it obtains actual knowledge of the existence of a particular defect. IN NO EVENT SHALL FINN BE LIABLE FOR ANY SPECIAL, CONSEQUENTIAL, INCIDENTAL OR INDIRECT DAMAGES, INCLUDING LOST PROFITS OR LOST COMMERCIAL OPPORTUNITIES, WITH RESPECT TO THE SALE OF THE ABOVE WARRANTED PRODUCT OR ANYTHING DONE TN CONNECTION THEREWITH, OR FOR PROPERTY DAMAGE SUSTAINED BY A PERSON CLAIMING TO BE A THIRD PART BENEFICIARY OF A SURVIVING WARRANTY UNDER THE LAW OF ANY JURISDICTION. NOTICE FINN CORPORATION URGES THE USE OF ONLY FINN CORPORATION SUPPLIED PARTS AND ATTACHMENTS TO ASSURE PROPER PERFORMANCE AND SAFE OPERATION OF FINN CORPORATION EQUIPMENT. INSIST ON PARTS AND ATTACHMENTS MANUFACTURED OR SUPPLIED BY FINN CORPORATION WHEN YOU PURCHASE, REPAIR OR REPLACE YOUR FINN EQUIPMENT AND ATTACHMENTS. BECAUSE FINN CORPORATION CANNOT ASSURE THAT PARTS AND ATTACHMENTS NOT MANUFACTURED OR SUPPLIED BY FINN MEET FINN CORPORATION'S QUALITY STANDARDS, SPECIFICATIONS, OR OPERATING REQUIREMENTS, OUR WARRANTY IS NOT EFFECTIVE TO THE EXTENT ANY FAILURE OF OR DEFECT IN A FINN CORPORATION PRODUCT ARISES FROM OR IS CAUSED BY PARTS, ATTACHMENTS OR COMPONENTS NOT ORIGINATING WITH FINN CORPORATION. USE OF FINN CORPORATION EQUIPMENT WITH PARTS AND ATTACHMENTS NOT MANUFACTURED OR SUPPLIED BY FINN COULD RESULT IN PERSONAL INJURY. Effective December 8, 1995 CALIFORNIA CALIFORNIA Proposition 65 Warning Proposition 65 Warning The engine exhaust and some of its constituents are known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects, and other reproductive harm. 76 Battery posts, terminals and related accessories contain lead and lead compounds, chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and reproductive harm. Wash hands after handling.
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