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OPERATOR’S
MANUAL & PARTS LIST
AERA-vator
MODEL AE40L
FIRST PRODUCTS INC.
164 Oakridge Church Rd.
Tifton, Georgia 31794 U.S.A.
Phone (229) 382-4768
1-800-363-8780
Fax (229) 382-0506
Web: www.1stproducts.com Email: Sales@1stproducts.com
Ser. 352 thru __
Printed in U.S.A.
PBREV0104
INTRODUCTION
Thank you for purchasing an AREA-vator. This piece of equipment has been carefully engineered and manufactured to provide years of reliable service.
The AERA-vator is one of the most unique and versatile pieces of equipment on the market
today. It is designed for the practices of turf cultivation, seed bed preparation, and bare soil
conditioning in your toughest soils.
We recommend that you carefully read the owners and operators manual prior to operation.
Also ensure that all future operators read this manual and become fully trained before allowing
them to use or maintain this equipment. Time spent becoming acquainted with the safe operation, performance, and maintenance of the AERA-vator will add longer life and greater satisfaction to your new purchase.
This machine is designed with safety in mind. However, if the machine is handled carelessly
and not as instructed it can be a dangerous piece of equipment. Observe all safety information
in this manual and decals on the equipment. You the operator are responsible when operating
this equipment.
The illustrations and data used in the manual were current at time of printing. The manufacturer reserves the right to make changes or add improvements to its products at any time without incurring any obligation to make such changes to products manufactured previously.
REMEMBER SAFETY IS ALWAYS FIRST !
ATTENTION:
•
Read and understand the instructions and warnings carefully before using this machine.
•
Read the warranty located on page 16. Fill in the required information on the warranty registration provided and return to the address on the front of this manual.
The warranty registration must be returned to validate warranty.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
SAFETY SYMBOLS ......................................................................................................................................3
SAFETY DECALS .........................................................................................................................................4
OPERATION SAFETY ..................................................................................................................................5
OPERATOR INSTRUCTIONS ......................................................................................................................6
UNDERSTANDING HOW THE SWING HITCH OPERATES (PRIOR TO HITCHING TO
TRACTOR) ..............................................................................................................................................................7
CORRECTLY ADJUSTING THE HITCH TO THE TRACTOR ................................................................................7
PRE-OPERATION CHECK LIST..................................................................................................................8
MAINTENANCE SAFETY............................................................................................................................9
OPERATOR MAINTENANCE....................................................................................................................10
AE40L SERVICE INSTRUCTIONS............................................................................................................11
ROTOR SHAFT..........................................................................................................................................................11
I. Removal & Disassembly (Clean the machine thoroughly with a pressure washer)......... 11
II.
Reassembly and Installation ........................................................................................ 12
TINE REPLACEMENT..............................................................................................................................................14
SEEDER MAINTENANCE..........................................................................................................................14
SEEDER CALIBRATION ............................................................................................................................15
I. GENERAL OBSERVATIONS ....................................................................................... 15
II.
CALIBRATION PROCEDURE.................................................................................. 16
WARRANTY INFORMATION ...................................................................................................................17
MAIN FRAME ASSEMBLY .......................................................................................................................17
DRIVE TRAIN COMPONENTS..................................................................................................................18
LIFT AND TRAIL HITCH GROUP.............................................................................................................19
ROTOR ASSEMBLY ...................................................................................................................................20
DRIVE LINE COMPONENTS.....................................................................................................................21
SMOOTHING ROLLER...............................................................................................................................22
GROOMING RAKE & BRUSH...................................................................................................................23
40l SEEDER MOUNTING ...........................................................................................................................24
42” SEEDER DRIVE ....................................................................................................................................25
42” SEEDER PARTS LIST ..........................................................................................................................26
42” SEEDER .................................................................................................................................................27
NOTES ..........................................................................................................................................................29
SPECIFICATIONS .......................................................................................................................................30
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SAFETY SYMBOLS
ATTENTION ! BECOME
ALERT ! YOUR SAFETY IS INVOLVED !
This is a standard safety alert symbol meaning
CAUTION
Indicates hazardous situation, injury may
cur, used to alert against carelessness.
oc-
WARNING
Indicates potentially hazardous situation.
Death or serious injury may occur if proper
procedures are not followed.
DANGER
Indicates most hazardous situation. Death or
serious injury will occur if proper procedures are not followed.
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SAFETY DECALS
Part No. AE50-075
WARNING
NOTE: REPLACE ANY SAFETY DECALS
CAUTION
WHICH ARE NOT LEGIBLE
1.)READ OPERATORS MANUAL AND LEARN TO OPERATE
THIS MACHINE SAFELY.
2.)DO NOT ENGAGE P.T.O. UNTIL UNIT IS LOWERED.
3.)DO NOT LIFT WITH P.T.O. ENGAGED.
4.)KEEP PEOPLE CLEAR WHEN OPERATING OR LIFTING
FOR TRANSPORT.
5.)BEFORE LEAVING THE OPERATOR'S POSITION TO
FRAME PINCH POINT
HAZARD KEEP AWAY
STOP ENGINE AND
DANGER
AE50-075
ADJUST, LUBRICATE, CLEAN, OR UNCLOG THE MACHINE,
SET BRAKE.
6.)WAIT FOR ALL MOVEMENT TO STOP BEFORE SERVICING
THE MACHINE.
7.)INSTALL AND SECURE ALL GAURDS BEFORE OPERATING.
8.)KEEP HANDS, FEET AND CLOTHING AWAY FROM
DANGER
POWER DRIVEN PARTS.
GUARD MISSING
DO NOT OPERATE
AE50-074
Part No. AE50-074
DANGER
ROTATING DRIVELINE
CONTACT CAN CAUSE DEATH
KEEP AWAY
DO NOT OPERATE WITHOUT
ALL DRIVELINE GUARDS,TRACTOR
AND EQUIPMENT SHIELDS IN PLACE
DRIVELINES SECURELY
ATTACHED AT BOTH ENDS
GUARD MISSING
DO NOT OPERATE
DRIVELINES GUARDS THAT TURN
DANGER
FREELY ON DRIVELINE
DANGER
Part No. GP55-007
GP55-004
SHIELD MISSING
DO NOT OPERATE
Refer to Drive Line Owners Manual
AE50-114
for location of Danger Decals
Part No. AE50-114
(Drive Line Not Shown)
Located under shield
AERA-vator
AE-40
WARNING
*TO PREVENT A THROWN OBJECT HAZARD,
DO NOT
ENGAGE PTO IN LIFTED POSITION.
*TO PREVENT A ROLL OVER HAZARD DO
NOT LIFT THE
UNIT WHILE SIDEWAYS ON SLOPES ABOVE 5 DEGREES.
AE50-076
Part No. AE50-076
WARNING
SWINGING FRAME HAZARD
ROLLER ATTACHMENT
1.) STAND CLEAR 10FT. WHEN LIFTING
NOT SHOWN
MACHINE.
2.) DO NOT ALLOW RIDERS ON IMPLEMENT.
AE50-113
Part No. AE50-113
Located on both ends of machine.
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OPERATION SAFETY
•
Your Safety Is Always First! Familiarize yourself with the safety symbols and decals on
pages 3 and 4.
•
All operators should read and understand the following sections of this manual prior to
adjusting, maintaining, hitching to, or operating the AERA-vator: OPERATION SAFETY,
OPERATOR INSTRUCTIONS, PRE-OPERATION CHECKS, MAINTENANCE CHECKS,
MAINTENANCE SAFETY, OPERATOR MAINTENANCE.
•
In addition, remove and read the drive line safety and maintenance manual taped to the
drive line shield. After reading the drive line manual, place it inside this manual for reference.
•
For the safety and instruction of all operators, keep this manual stored on the AERA-vator
at all times.
•
Never attempt to adjust, maintain, or remove debris from any moving part of this machine
while it is attached to a tractor or other power source with the engine running.
•
After operating, always disengage the power take off and switch the engine off prior to dismounting from the tractor or other power source and approaching the unit.
•
Prior to starting, always inspect operating area for any hazards such as large rocks, steep
slopes, low tree branches or wires. Flag objects difficult to see such as irrigation heads and
water meters.
•
Instruct all people in the work area to stay clear of the unit.
•
Perform all pre-operation checks (page 8) prior to start up.
•
Never engage the power take off while the rotors are off the ground. Always disengage the
power take off before lifting the unit. High-speed rotors create a flying object hazard when
they are lowered to the ground.
WARNING
*TO PREVENT A THROWN OBJECT HAZARD, DO NOT
ENGAGE PTO IN LIFTED POSITION.
*TO PREVENT A ROLL OVER HAZARD DO NOT LIFT THE
UNIT WHILE SIDEWAYS ON SLOPES ABOVE 5 DEGREES.
Figure 1. Tractor Roll Over/Thrown Object Warning
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•
Consult your tractor Operator's Manual regarding operation on slopes. Do not lift the unit
while the tractor is moving (or parked) sideways on slopes above 5°. The swing hitch may
allow the unit to swing to the downhill side and cause the tractor to roll over. On slopes
from 5° to 15° always aim the tractor uphill before lifting the unit. We do not recommend
the unit being used on slopes above 15°.
•
Use extreme care and maintain moderate ground speed when transporting or operating on
slopes, over rough surfaces, or close to trees ditches and fences.
•
Only operate during daylight hours or with good artificial light.
•
The AERA-vator is not equipped for highway use. Be careful of traffic when operating
near or crossing roadways.
OPERATOR INSTRUCTIONS
•
The AE-40L AERA-vator is designed to attach to a tractor with a category one three point
hitch, 540 PTO, and a minimum of 12 horsepower. However, a larger tractor may be required for increased lifting capacity. Check the tractor owner and operator’s manual for lift
capacity. The weight of the AE-40Lis 570 lbs.
• Before hitching to the AERA-vator familiarize yourself with all of the tractors control
functions. Be prepared to stop the tractor movement, PTO operation, and the engine
quickly in an emergency.
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UNDERSTANDING HOW THE SWING HITCH OPERATES (PRIOR TO HITCHING
TO TRACTOR)
With the swing stand lowered
and the swing mast rearward to
disengage the swing lock, grasp
the hitch pins and rotate the
“A” frame to simulate operation in a sharp turn. Release
the hitch pins and slowly pull
the swing mast forward as it
would be pulled by the top link
during lifting. Notice how one
mast chain tightens causing the
“A” frame and unit to realign
and the spring on the lock link
is compressed to make the
swing lock engage upon alignFigure 2. Swing Hitch Operation
ment. Now push the swing
mast rearward against the lock
link tab to disengage the swing lock and loosen the chains to allow sharp turns again. This
demonstrates how the top link of the tractor lift system switches the AERA-vator between the
trail and lift modes.
CORRECTLY ADJUSTING THE HITCH TO THE TRACTOR
A category 1 hitch tractor is required with the lower links stabilized. With the AERA-vator
swing stand lowered connect
the lower lift links to the “A”
Frame and top link to the swing
mast. Push the lift control lever
on the tractor to the completely
lowered position.
Lengthen
the adjustable top link until the
swing mast closes tight against
the “A” Frame and the AERAvator swing stand is lifted 1/8
to 1/4 inch off the ground. This
causes the combined weight of
the AERA-vator and the tractor
hitch components to be transFigure 3. Hitch Adjustment
ferred to the tines. This extended top link also causes the
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AERA-vator to tilt backwards when lifting allowing gravity to assist the swing chains in aligning the unit with the tractor. DO NOT ADD ADDITIONAL WEIGHT TO THE AERA-vator
OR APPLY DOWN PRESSURE TO THE TRACTOR LIFT LINKS DURING OPERATION.
•
The geometry of tractor lift linkages varies, and a trial run over uneven ground is recommended. Ideally the swing lock will not engage when aerating over the crown of a hill and
the tractor hitch is always free to float upward at all times. The tines should clear curbs
etc., when lifted.
•
When lowering for operation, lower slowly until the tines touch the ground. Then swiftly
push the lift control lever on the tractor to the completely lowered position to instantly
unlock the hitch. This is especially true when lowering the unit in a sharp turn. Failure to
do this may cause the swing hitch not to disengage, resulting in damage to the machine
and/or turf damage. In the event the unit should fail to unlock for trail mode, stop the tractor and repeat the lowering procedure.
DO NOT TURN THE TRACTOR WITH THE AERA-vator IN THE GROUND AND THE
SWING LOCK ENGAGED. DAMAGE TO EQUIPMENT MAY OCCUR!
•
When operating diagonally downhill or transversely (sideways) on a hillside slope above
5° the mast chains will not swing the unit uphill to center and lock on the tractor when the
unit is lifted. Occasionally the unit will swing farther to the downhill side of the tractor
creating the hazard of tractor roll over. If the tractor ever seems unstable, immediately
lower the hitch and steer the tractor uphill or on a more level surface where it will center
and lock when lifted.
•
Do not back the unit up with the AERA-vator touching the ground. Always disengage the
PTO, raise the unit, back to desired location and then lower the machine and engage the
PTO.
•
The operating ground speed of the tractor will depend on the amount of soil agitation required. Slower tractor ground speed (lower gears) will be used for renovating in extremely
hard dry ground. Faster tractor ground speeds (higher gears) will be used for aeration work
in normal conditions. To reduce the amount of soil agitation simply reduce the engine
RPM. Three to four miles per hour is the most common speed range.
PRE-OPERATION CHECK LIST
(With the AERA-vator lowered and the tractor engine switched off...)
•
Be sure that the implement is hitched to the tractor properly with all pins in place.
•
Pin the swing stand in the up position.
•
Be sure the driveline is correctly assembled. (The end stenciled as the tractor end is connected to the tractor and not to the AERA-vator). Check to see that the end yokes are
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locked to the tractor PTO and gearbox shafts. Drive shields must turn freely on the driveline.
•
See that all shields are correctly installed.
•
Remove any debris caught in the rotors.
•
Check gearbox oil level before first operation and every 200 hours of operation thereafter.
(Refer to operator maintenance section.)
MAINTENANCE SAFETY
•
Never attempt to clean, adjust, lubricate or perform any maintenance on the AERA-vator
while it is attached to the tractor or any other power source with the engine running.
•
Read and understand all safety decals prior to performing any maintenance.
Replace any safety decals that are not legible.
•
Never attempt to clean, adjust, lubricate or perform any maintenance on the AERA-vator
while it is attached to the tractor in the raised position unless safety blocks are inserted under the frame.
•
When not attached to the tractor, always
use the lifting hook to hoist the machine
for maintenance. (See Figure 4). Use extreme caution when using lifting hook because center of gravity is affected by additional attachments and the unit may
shift rearward.
•
LIFTING HOOK
When installing tines, performing any rotor shaft service, or removing debris from
the rotors, ensure that the rotor shaft does
SWING STAND
not rotate because a serious pinch injury
could occur.
Figure 4. Swing Stand/Lifting Hook
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OPERATOR MAINTENANCE
•
Check gearbox oil level before first operation and every 200 hours of operation thereafter.
With frame level, remove oil plug on top side of gear box using 5/16” x 6” allen wrench
through access hole in frame. Use a piece of 1/16" dia. wire for checking fluid level. Push
wire into hole in gearbox until it hits the bottom. Pull out and measure the amount of oil
left on wire. There should be approx. 1-3/4" to 2" of oil on wire. If required, add 90wgear oil through plug in top of box until correct amount appears on wire. Replace top plug
securely.
•
Grease driveline parts after the number hours use as shown in the following chart.
Figure 5 Drive Line Lube Chart
•
The hitch flex joints at the top of the “A” frame and above the gearbox (see page 18)
should be lubricated before first operation and weekly thereafter.
•
After the first two hours of operation tighten all tines to 210-ft. lbs. Check for loose tines
daily.
•
When replacing lost or worn tines use a 15/16” extra deep socket (Socket is available
through our repair parts. Order # AE60T003) and torque to 210 ft. lbs.
•
CHECK BELT TENSION every 4 hrs. of operation for the first 12 hrs. and every 100
hrs. thereafter. Also, tighten belts if shaft hesitation is noticed during operation. Over
tightening belts may cause damage to the machine. Be sure to re-install belt shield after
servicing.
•
Use the applicable parts break down illustration pp.16-22 for maintenance removal, and
assembly instructions.
•
The AERA-vator shaft and rotor bearings are sealed and permanently lubricated requiring
no routine maintenance.
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AE40L SERVICE INSTRUCTIONS
ROTOR SHAFT
I. Removal & Disassembly (Clean the machine thoroughly with a pressure washer)
A. Removal of Rotor Shaft Assembly from Main Frame.
(This may require an overhead lift. For safety reasons, only lift the Aera-vator approximately two
inches above the work surface).
1.
2.
3.
4.
Remove belt cover and drive belts.
Remove skid shoe.
Remove 3/8" carriage bolts holding end rotor shaft bearings (see Figure 6).
Move frame slightly to right and lift off of rotor shaft assembly. Refer to Drive Train Components for
identifying listed components not shown, pg. 17
Figure 6. Rotor Shaft Assembly
B. Disassembly of Rotor Shaft Assembly
1. Remove the 1-1/8" hex jam nut from the shaft nearest to the damaged rotor (see Figure 6).
2. Only remove the rotors and spacers as required to reach the damaged component and wipe the shaft
clean before each rotor is removed. The rotor bearings have individual cones on each side that separate
slightly before seal resistance is felt. It is important to keep the cones pushed tightly together to keep
dirt from entering the bearing between the cones.
CAUTION
IF THE ROTOR ASSEMBLIES DO NOT SLIP FREELY OFF THE ROTOR SHAFT DO NOT APPLY
FORCE AGAINST THE ROTORS OR ROTOR TEETH. USE A BLUNT PUNCH OR BAR AGAINST THE
THICK FACE OF THE INSIDE BEARING ADAPTER TO DRIVE THE ROTORS ALONG THE SHAFT.
OTHERWISE THE SEAL IN THE TAPERED ROLLER BEARING WILL BE DESTROYED AND IT IS NOT
REPLACEABLE (SEE FIGURE 7).
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C. Rotor Disassembly.
1. With a pry bar remove the external
seals (see Figure 8) on both sides.
Generally, seals are damaged and are
not reused.
2. Remove the internal snap rings on
both sides.
3. With the Rotor sitting on the press
table press out the bearing assembly.
Figure 7. Disassembly of Rotor Shaft Assembly
II.
Reassembly and Installation
(Be careful to keep all components clean to prevent bearing grease contamination)
A. Rotor Hub Re-Assembly.
1. Install internal snap ring
in one side of rotor.
2. Press bearing and adapter
assembly tight against the
ring (see Figure 9).
3. Install second snap ring.
4. Apply a ribbon of general
purpose grease between the
snap ring ID and bearing
adapter OD on both sides of
rotor.
Figure 8. Rotor Assembly
5. With the press tool
inverted to fit the external
seals, press the seals in
both ends of the rotor
with the lips out. Wipe
off excess grease. Be
sure seals are not bent or
cut and are seated firmly.
If the seals are not tight,
use a hammer and
punch to stake the hub
faces at about 90°
intervals.
Figure 9. Rotor Hub Assembly
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B.
Assembly of Rotor Shaft.
CAUTION
1.
2.
3.
IF THE BEARING ADAPTERS ARE NOT PRECISELY TIMED 180 DEGREES APART
IN EACH ROTOR AND ALIGNED BETWEEN ROTORS, SERIOUS DAMAGE WILL
RESULT.
Rotate the adapters in each rotor so the timing marks
(see Figure 10) are phased 180 degrees apart with hex
bores aligned.
TIMING MARK FOR PHASING
To assist with aligning timing marks between rotors, use
BEARING ADAPTERS IN THE
ROTOR SHAFT ASSEMBLY
chalk or marker to mark two rotor shaft flats 180
degrees apart next to the threaded end. The selected
flats would have to align with the timing marks on any Figure 10. Timing Mark
rotors not removed during servicing.
Install the required components in the sequence shown in Figure 6, double-checking the timing
mark locations and spacer lengths (see following table) as each rotor is installed.
SPACER
LENGTH
(inches)
3 13/16
7 1/4
7 1/4
7 1/4
3 5/16
A
B
C
D
E
CAUTION
CLEAN THE ROTOR SHAFT THOROUGHLY REMOVING ANY BURRS THAT WOULD KEEP THE ROTOR
ASSEMBLIES FROM SLIDING ON FREELY. IF A BEARING ADAPTER JAMS, THE INTERNAL BEARING
SEAL COULD BE FORCED OUT AND IT IS NOT REPLACEABLE.
NOTE: THE SPACERS MUST BE FULLY SEATED IN EACH ADAPTER COUNTER BORE BEFORE
TIGHTENING. DO NOT FORGET TO PLACE THE BEARING STAMPINGS ON EACH OF THE SHAFT
BEARINGS DURING REASSEMBLY. ALSO, THE 3/8" CARRIAGE BOLTS SHOULD BE PLACED IN THE
BEARING STAMPINGS ON THE DRIVE END OF THE SHAFT BEFORE THE SHEAVE IS REPLACED.
4. Replace the 1-1/8" hex jam nut and rotate each rotor occasionally as the nut is being torqued to 350 ftlbs. If any rotor locks up, the bearing adapters in the rotor are probably not phased 180 degrees apart.
D. Installation of Main Shaft Assembly
Reinstall the rotor shaft into main frame by reversing the shaft removal steps outlined in I-A. Refer to Figure
6 for correct location of bearing stampings, bolts, etc. Tighten the 3/8 flange lock nuts at each bearing to 35
ft-lbs.
CAUTION
THE TWO STAMPINGS ON EACH BEARING ARE IN CONTACT WITH EACH OTHER IN THE
ASSEMBLY. NEVER SEPARATE THE BEARING STAMPINGS TO STRADDLE A FRAME MEMBER.
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E. After installing the belts and cover, run the machine and check for loose or improperly installed
components.
TINE REPLACEMENT
Assemble tines to rotor as shown in the following figure. Torque tines to 210 ft-lbs.
AE50-058 (TINE)
HW32020G8ZP
5/8 LOCK WASHER
GRADE 8
HW20020G5ZPC
5/8 NF HEX NUT
NOTE: TORQUE TINES
TO 210 FT-LBS.
Figure 11. Tine Replacement
SEEDER MAINTENANCE
(Supplied from Gandy)
•
Remove bottom and rotors using snap latches, and wing nuts securing bearing retainers. Clean all surfaces.
•
Lightly oil bearings periodically, more often if metering material with fines as powder may work into bearings.
•
Some materials may build up on the hopper bottom, especially when atmospheric
humidity is high. It may be wise to remove slide from bottom for cleaning. To remove slide, remove the four nuts, nylon washers and slide hanger.
•
Re-assemble slide onto hopper after cleaning. For proper slide tension, gently drive
the hanger to the left, using a screw driver against the tab at the right end of the
hanger. When the end of the hanger lines up with the scribed line on the hopper
bottom, slide tension is correct. Bottom is ready for reinstallation.
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SEEDER CALIBRATION
CALIBRATION
IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE OPERATOR TO ENSURE THAT
EACH BATCH OF SEED IS PROPERLY CALIBRATED IN THE SEEDER
PRIOR TO APPLICATION. FAILURE TO DO SO MAY RESULT IN
INADEQUATE OR EXCESSIVE SEED RATES.
AFTER PROPER
CALIBRATION, IN ADDITION TO USING CONSISTENT SEED, THE
CHOSEN GAUGE SETTING AND GROUND SPEED MUST BE
MAINTAINED TO OBTAIN THE CALIBRATED RATE.
THE SEEDING RATE CHART PROVIDED IS TO SERVE ONLY AS INITIAL SETTING
GUIDE.
I. GENERAL OBSERVATIONS
Each product flows differently requiring calibration for each product. Variations in formulations,
seed size, humidity, temperature and age of product may affect application rates.
The applicator depends on gravity flow of the product particles through precisely adjusted
openings at each tube spout. The ground or electric driven rotor assures a constant flow when
turning and interrupts the flow when it stops, allowing only the particles in the rotor segment
exposed to the openings to flow out.
To close the hopper bottom openings, rotate the shut off lever counter-clockwise until the slide
stop contacts the hopper stop. To open the hopper bottom openings, rotate the lever clockwise
until the slide gauge cam contacts the hopper stop. The opening increases as the cam is rotated
from 0 to 80.
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II. CALIBRATION PROCEDURE
Establish the desired application rate based on lbs. per 1000 sq. ft. (Divide lbs. per acre by 43.6 to
convert to lbs. per 1000 sq. ft. or refer to conversion chart (Figure 2)).
CONVERSION CHART
Lbs/1000 sq.ft - to - Lbs/acre
PER 1000 sq.ft
Tenths of a Pound
0
0
0.1
0.2
0.3
0.4
0.5
0.6
0.7
0.8
0.9
4
9
13
17
22
26
30
35
39
1
44
48
52
57
61
65
70
74
78
83
P
O
U
N
D
S
2
87
91
96
100
105
109
113
118
122
126
3
131
135
139
144
148
152
157
161
166
170
4
174
179
183
187
192
196
200
205
209
213
5
218
222
227
231
235
240
244
248
253
257
6
261
266
270
274
279
283
287
292
296
301
7
305
309
314
318
322
327
331
335
340
344
8
348
353
357
362
366
370
375
379
383
388
9
392
396
401
405
409
414
418
423
427
431
10
436
440
444
449
453
457
462
466
470
475
Lbs/Acre
Figure 2. Conversion Chart
A. After considering the site to be seeded (shape, soil texture, slope, obstacles, etc.), set your
tractor ground speed (MPH). Select a gear setting that will provide the desired MPH and
maintain a PTO speed between 500 and 600 RPM or as required for the degree of tillage
desired. The ground speed can be verified by determining the time required to travel a distance
of 200 ft. per the following speed/time chart:
Speed MPH
1
1½
2
Time Required
per 200’
2 min 16 sec
1 min 31 sec
1 min 8 sec
Speed MPH
Time Required
per 200’
Speed MPH
Time Required
per 200’
2½
3
3½
4
55 sec
45 sec
39 sec
34 sec
4½
5
5½
6
30 sec
27 sec
25 sec
23 sec
B. Fix the preliminary cam gauge setting for your selected seed using your best judgment.
C. Collect and weigh the seeder output for 1000 sq. ft.
a. Place seed in hopper with control lever closed.
b.Place empty container on one of the spouts to catch seed (To prevent loss of seed, block
off other spouts).
c. Start motor
d.After waiting 15 to 20 seconds, open the control lever for the time required to travel 200
ft. that corresponds with the set speed (see speed/time chart).
e. Close the control lever after it has been open the exact time required.
f. Weigh the collected seed and multiply times 23 for total output and compare to the
desired rate per 1000 sq. ft.
g. Adjust the cam gauge and repeat the procedure as required.
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WARRANTY INFORMATION
ONE YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY
FIRST PRODUCTS INC. WARRANTS THIS PRODUCT TO BE FREE OF DEFECTS IN
MATERIALS AND WORKMANSHIP FOR A PERIOD OF TWELVE MONTHS FROM THE
ORIGINAL DELIVERY DATE. THIS WARRANTY DOES NOT COVER PARTS CAUSED
TO BE DEFICIENT DUE TO NORMAL WEAR, MISUSE, ACCIDENTS, OR LACK OF
PROPER MAINTENANCE.
ANY PARTS THOUGHT TO BE DEFECTIVE MUST BE RETURNED TO THE
DEALER/DISTRIBUTOR FOR WARRANTY CONSIDERATION JOINTLY WITH FACTORY
REPRESENTATIVES. A RETURN AUTHORIZATION NUMBER MUST BE OBTAINED
AND CLEARLY MARKED ON ALL PACKAGES OF PARTS REQUIRING RETURN TO THE
FACTORY.
THE OBLIGATION OF FIRST PRODUCTS INC. UNDER THIS WARRANTY SHALL BE
EXCLUSIVELY LIMITED TO REPLACEMENT OF PARTS DETERMINED TO BE
DEFECTIVE BY FIRST PRODUCTS INC. WITH FREIGHT PREPAID. IN NO EVENT SHALL
FIRST PRODUCTS INC. BE LIABLE FOR INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, OR CONSEQUENTIAL
DAMAGES IN CONNECTION WITH THE USE OF THIS PRODUCT.
FIRST PRODUCTS INC. RESERVES THE RIGHT TO MAKE CHANGES OR ADD
IMPROVEMENTS TO ITS PRODUCTS AT ANY TIME WITHOUT OBLIGATION TO MAKE
SUCH CHANGES OR IMPROVEMENTS ON PRODUCTS SOLD PREVIOUSLY.
17
MAIN FRAME ASSEMBLY
ITEM NO.
ORDER NO.
DESCRIPTION
ITEM NO.
ORDER NO.
DESCRIPTION
1
AE26-034
ROTOR SHAFT-40
13
AE50-086
2B 4.65 X 1-1/8" HEX BORE SHEAVE
2
HW32036G5ZP
1-1/8" LOCKWASHER
14
AE23-152
3
HW25036G5ZPF
1-1/8"-12 JAMNUT N.F.
15
AE24-029
4
AE81-012
ROTOR COMPLETE
16
AE50-114
INPUT SHIELD-40L (NOT SHOWN)
RIGHT END SPACER (3-5/16")
DANGER HAZARD DECAL (NOT SHOWN)
5
AE24-011
AE50-076
THROWN OBJECT HAZARD
6
AE24-027
LONG SPACER (7-1/4")
DRIVE END SPACER (3-13/16")
17
18
AE50-124
AE 40 DECAL
7
HW03012032G5ZPC
3/8" X 1" CARRIAGE BOLT
19
FB50-068
8
HW22012G5ZPC
3/8" FLANGE LOCKNUT
20
AE50-113
9
AE80-094
MAIN FRAME -40L
21
AE50-074
10
AE50-094
72MM X 4 HOLE FLANGE
22
AE50-077
11
AE50-090
1-1/8" HEX BEARING
23
AE50-032
F.P. LOGO DECAL (NOT SHOWN)
SWING FRAME HAZ. WARNING (NOT SHOWN)
GENERAL CAUTION (NOT SHOWN)
540 PTO ONLY (NOT SHOWN)
U.S. PATENT DECAL (NOT SHOWN)
12
AE50-063
AERA-vator DECAL
NOT SHOWN:
CAUTION STICKER (21) ON EACH SIDE OF INPUT SHIELD (14),
540 PTO ONLY STICKER (22) ON TOP OF INPUT SHIELD,
AND DANGER HAZARD DECAL (16) UNDER INPUT SHIELD.
18
23
9
20
12
WARNING
11
* TO PREVENT A THROWN OBJECT HAZARD,
DO NOT ENGAGE PTO IN LIFTED POSITION.
17
6
13
* TO PREVENT A ROLL OVER HAZARD, DO
NOT LIFT UNIT ON HILLSIDES.
AERA-vator
19
10
4
5
AE-40
2
3
1
7
8
BOTH BEARING FLANGES THIS SIDE
OF END PLATE. TYPICAL EACH END.
15
18
DRIVE TRAIN COMPONENTS
ITEM NO.
ORDER NO.
DESCRIPTION
ITEM NO.
ORDER NO.
DESCRIPTION
1
AE50-006
COUPLER CHAIN CPT.
19
AE24-047
COUPLER SHIELD
2
AE50-007
#40-2 CHAIN CONN.
20
HW25010G5ZPC
5/16 HEX JAM NUT
3
AE50-046
#40B16 X 1-1/8"
21
HW07010032PLC
5/16"X 1"SQ HEAD SETSCREW
4
AE50-047
#40B16 X 30MM
22
HW05010024G2ZPC
5/16 X 3/4 HEX HD FLG CAPSCREW
5
AE50-085
HW32012G5ZP
3/8" LOCK WASHER
6
AE26-035
1/4" X 2"(1045) KEY
JACK SHAFT (1-1/8") - 40L
23
24
HW03010024G5ZPC
5/16" X 3/4" CARRIAGE BOLT
7
AE50-048
1-1/8" BEARING
25
HW22010G5ZPC
5/16 FLANGE LOCK NUT
8
AE50-053
62MM X 3 HOLE HVY. FLANGE
26
HW03012032G5ZPC
3/8" X 1" CARRIAGE BOLT
9
AE80-095
BELT SHIELD - 40L
27
HW01012032G5ZPC
3/8" X 1" HEX CAP SCREW
10
HW03020080G2ZPC
5/8" X 2-1/2" CARRIAGE BOLT
28
HW20012G5ZPC
3/8" HEX NUT
11
AE50-087
2B 6.9 X 1-1/8"DIA. BORE SHEAVE
29
HW20020G5ZPC
5/8" HEX NUT
12
AE50-086
2B 4.65 X 1-1/8 HEX BORE SHEAVE
30
HW32020G5ZP
5/8" LOCK WASHER
13
AE50-122
BX 40 BELTS
31
HW22012G5ZPC
3/8" FLANGE LOCK NUT
14
AE50-118
4" BELT IDLER-2B
32
AE50-113
SWINGING FRAME HAZARD DECAL
15
AE24-040
BELT IDLER SPACER - 40L
33
FB50-068
F.P. LOGO DECAL
16
AE23-010
SKID SHOE
34
HW07010024PLC
5/16 X 3/4 SQ. HD. SETSCREW
17
AE50-052
8MM X 40MM KEY
35
AE54-018
GEAR BOX
18
AE80-092
BELT IDLER BRACKET - 40L
9
21
20
26
9
20
4
7
11
5
22
27
31
8
21
17
35
3
5
23
10
30
29
13
18
14 15
19
28
22
2
12
~
WARNING
24
* TO PREVENT A THROWN OBJECT HAZARD,
DO NOT ENGAGE PTO IN LIFTED POSITION.
~
* TO PREVENT A ROLL OVER HAZARD, DO
NOT LIFT UNIT ON HILLSIDES.
st
32
25
16
6
24
25
1
20
34
NOTE:
BELT SHEAVES AND ROTOR
SHAFT NOT SHOWN IN THIS
VIEW.
9
LEFT END VIEW
33
First Products, Inc.
www.1stproducts.com
800-363-8780
END VIEW OF BELT COVER
19
LIFT AND TRAIL HITCH
ITEM NO.
ORDER NO.
DESCRIPTION
ITEM NO.
ORDER NO.
DESCRIPTION
1
AE80-099
"A" FRAME - 40L
20
HW30012TAZP
3/8" FLAT WASHER
2
AE80-090
SWING MAST - 40L
21
HW24012GBZPC
3/8" STOVER LOCKNUT
3
AE80-087
SWING STAND - 40L
22
HW40004032ZP
1/8" X 1" COTTER
4
AE80-093
CLEVIS - 40L
23
AE50-063
AERA-vator DECAL
5
AE80-006
SWING LOCK - 60
24
HW01012040G5ZPC
3/8" X 1-1/4" HEX CAP G5
6
AE80-089
SWIVEL PIN - 40L
25
AE50-059
SMALL F.P. DECAL
7
AE50-134
9/16" X 4 X .047 SPRING (Not Shown)
26
HW01012032G5ZPC
3/8" X 1" HEX CAP G5
8
AE80-096
SWING LOCK LINK - 40L
27
HW22012G5ZPC
3/8" FLANGE LOCK NUT
9
AE80-011
LOCK HINGE PIN - 60
28
HW25020G5ZPC
5/8" JAM NUT
10
AE80-017
LOCK SETSCREW - 60
29
HW32024G5ZP
3/4" LOCK WASHER
11
HW25024G5ZPC
3/4" HEX JAM NUT
30
HW31012TAZP
3/8" FLATWASHER SAE
12
AE50-069
1/4" HIGH TEST CHAIN X 9 LINKS
31
AE50-040
3/8" X 1-1/2" PIN
13
AE50-022
LOCK SPRING
32
HW20028G5ZPF
7/8" NF HEX NUT
14
AE50-023
LIFT ARM PIN
33
AE50-075
CAUTION (PINCH POINT)
15
AE50-120
3/4" X 1" FLANGE BEARING
34
AE50-163
P.B. CYLINDER CLAMP
16
HW33028G8ZP
7/8" HVY. L'WASHER
35
AE50-164
P.B. CYLINDER
17
AE26-036
MAST HINGE ROD - 40L
36
HW01008024G2ZPC
1/4" x 3/4" HEX CAPSCREW
18
HW31028TAZP
7/8 SAE FLAT WASHER
37
HW22008G5ZPC
1/4" FLANGE LOCKNUT
19
HW40006040ZP
3/16" X 1-1/4" COTTER
38
HW20008G5ZPC
1/4" HEX NUT
24
20
21
29
11
20
7
22
15
12
21
26
27
26
30
8
35
28
34
13
21
36 38 37
23
20
5
CAUTION
33
4
FRAME PINCH POINT
HAZARD - KEEP AWAY
2
AERA-vator
10
19 17
IRST
RODUCTS INC.
P.O. BOX 1425
TIFTON, GA. 31794
9
22
16
16
18 32
15
25
11
31
6
14
1
3
20
6
29
ROTOR ASSEMBLY
ITEM NO.
AE81-011 Consists of:
AE50-055
ROTOR BEARING
AE50-004
BRG. ADAPTER
AE50-029
3" SNAP RING - INT.
AE50-005
EXTERNAL ROTOR SEAL
AE80-027
ROTOR
ORDER NO.
DESCRIPTION
1
AE81-010
AE 5 BRG. & ADAPTER
2
AE50-029
3" SNAP RING-INTERNAL
3
AE50-005
EXTERNAL ROTOR SEAL
4
AE50-058
TINE-5/8 N.F.
5
HW32020G8ZP
5/8" LOCK WASHER GRD. 8
6
HW20020G5ZPC
5/8" HEX NUT
7
AE80-027
ROTOR ONLY
8
AE81-011
ROTOR ASSEMBLY W/O TINES
9
AE60T003
EXTRA DEEP IMPACT SOCKET
9
BEARING ADAPTER FACE
TIMING MARK FOR PHASING
BEARING ADAPTERS IN THE
ROTOR SHAFT ASSEMBLY
NOTE: TORQUE TINES TO
(SEE PAGE 16).
V
210 FT. LBS.
4
VIEW A-A
7
ASSEMBLE SEALS
5
6
A
WITH LIP OUT
8
A
3
1
3
2
2
CAUTION: INTERNAL BEARING SEALS
ARE NOT TO BE REMOVED.
21
DRIVE LINE COMPONENTS
AE55-074 (COMPLETE DRIVE LINE)
ITEM NO.
ORDER NO.
DESCRIPTION
1
AE55-002
CROSS KIT
2
AE55-075
CPL. SHIELD ASSEMBLY
3
AE55-076
OUTER SHAFT W/ SHIELD
4
AE55-077
INNER SHAFT W/ SHIELD
5
AE55-074
COMPLETE DRIVE LINE
1
DANGER
ROTATING DRIVELINE
CONTACT CAN CAUSE DEATH
KEEP AWAY
DO NOT OPERATE WITHOUT
ALL DRIVELINE GUARDS,TRACTOR
AND EQUIPMENT SHIELDS IN PLACE
DRIVELINES SECURELY
ATTACHED AT BOTH ENDS
DRIVELINES GUARDS THAT TURN
FREELY ON DRIVELINE
2
DANGER
ROTATING DRIVELINE
CONTACT CAN CAUSE DEATH
KEEP AWAY
DO NOT OPERATE WITHOUT
ALL DRIVELINE GUARDS,TRACTOR
AND EQUIPMENT SHIELDS IN PLACE
DRIVELINES SECURELY
ATTACHED AT BOTH ENDS
DRIVELINES GUARDS THAT TURN
FREELY ON DRIVELINE
3
4
5
22
SMOOTHING ROLLER
ITEM NO.
ORDER NO.
DESCRIPTION
ITEM NO.
ORDER NO.
DESCRIPTION
1
AE26-015
ROLLER SPRING ROD
13
AE50-013
52MM FLANGE
2
AE80-086
SPRING ROD SUPPORT - 40L
14
HW40006040ZP
3/16" X 1-1/4" COTTER PIN
3
HW24012GBZPC 3/8" STOVER LOCKNUT
15
HW01012032G5ZPC
3/8 X 1 HEX CAPSCREW GD 5
4
AE80-098
HW22012G5ZPC
3/8" FLANGE LOCKNUT
AE80-097
ROLLER END PLATE (RIGHT) - 40
ROLLER END PLATE (LEFT) - 40
16
5
17
HW03010024G5ZPC
5/16 X 3/4 CARRIAGE BOLT GD 5
6
AE23-150
SCRAPER - 40
18
HW30016TAZP
1/2" FLATWASHER
7
AE80-085
ROLLER - 40
19
HW24016GBZPC
1/2" STOVER LOCKNUT
8
AE80-088
ROLLER FRAME BRACE - 40L
20
HW01016080G5ZPC
1/2 X 2 1/2 HEX CAPSCREW GD 5
9
AE50-147
SHOCK BUSHING
21
HW04010016PLC
5/16" X 1/2" HH TYPE B SELF THD. SCREW
10
AE50-071
ROLLER SPRING
22
HW22010G5ZPC
5/16" FLANGE LOCKNUT
11
FB50-022
11/16" ADJ. COLLAR
23
AE24-046
SHOCK BUSHING SLEEVE
12
AE50-103
1" SPH. BEARING W/SET SCREWS
24
HW07016020PLC
1/2 x 5/8 SQ. HD. CUP POINT SS
2
1
16
11
15
24
10
21
6
8
15 3
22 17
14
~
20
~
~
9
18
23
7
4
19
5
23
12
13
GROOMING RAKE & BRUSH
ORDER NO. AE82-030
ITEM NO.
ORDER NO.
DESCRIPTION
ITEM NO.
ORDER NO.
DESCRIPTION
Brush
11
HW03012040G5ZPC
3/8 x 1 1/4 Carriage Bolt G5
Groom Rake/Brush Frame
12
AE80-134
Groom Rake/Brush Arm
AE23-205
Washer
13
AE50-160
2 1/4" "S" Hook
4
AE50-178
Rake Tine
14
HW24016GBZPC
1/2 Stover Lock Nut
5
AE50-192
Hanger Chain - 40
15
HW03016056G5ZPC
1/2" x 1 3/4" Carriage Bolt
6
AE80-133
Groom Rake/Brush Mount
16
HW40004032ZP
1/8 x 1 Cotter Pin
7
HW03010064G2ZPC
HW01010024G5ZPC
5/16 X 3/4 Hex Capscrew
HW22010G5ZPC
5/16" x 2" Carriage Bolt
5/16" Hex Flange Lock Nut
17
8
18
AE80-146
AE40L Grm Rake/Brush Chain Catch - LT
19
AE80-147
AE40L Grm Rake/Brush Chain Catch - RT
1
AE50-159
2
AE80-131
3
9
AE80-130
Tine Rod - 40
10
HW31016TAZP
1/2" Flat Washer Sae
19
17
17
8
18
12
5
8
13
8
3
6
16
1
10
15
11
12
2
14
16
7
10
4
9
24
40L SEEDER MOUNTING
ITEM
PART NO.
QTY.
DESCRIPTION
ITEM
PART NO.
QTY.
DESCRIPTION
1
28116-A **
42" SEEDER DRIVE MOTOR
0
17
FA50-051
SMV "U" BOLT
6
2
AE23-249
40" SEED SPREADER
1
18
HW01008024G5ZPC
1/4 x 3/4 HEX CAPSCREW
4
3
AE23-250
COUNTER WEIGHT-16 LBS
1
19
HW01012024G5ZPC
3/8 X 3/4 HEX CAPSCREW GD 5
4
4
AE24-056
LOWER SUPPORT TUBE
1
20
HW01012032G5ZPC
3/8 X 1 HEX CAPSCREW G5
4
5
AE27-028
SEEDER HOSE CLAMP
10
21
HW01012064G5ZPC
3/8 X 2 HEX CAPSCREW G5
2
6
AE50-202
7/8" I.D. HOSE-28" LG
4
22
HW01012072G5ZPC
3/8 X 2 1/4 HEX CAPSCREW G5
7
AE50-203
7/8" I.D. HOSE-26" LG
16
23
HW03008016G5ZPC
1/4 X 1/2 CARRIAGE BOLT GD 5
8
AE50-204
HOSE CLAMP-1 3/32"
20
24
HW06010020G5ZPC
5/16 X 5/8 FLG LK SCREW
9
AE50-205
CAP, VINYL-3/4 I.D. X 1 LG
3
25
HW06010032G5ZPC
5/16 X 1 FLG LK SCREW
2
10
AE80-148
LOWER SUPPORT BRACKET
2
26
HW20012G5ZPC
3/8 HEX NUT
4
11
AE80-149
UPPER SUPPORT BRACKET
2
27
HW22008G5ZPC
1/4 FLANGE LOCK NUT
14
12
AE80-150
SPREADER BAR BRACKET
2
28
HW22010G5ZPC
5/16 FLANGE LOCK NUT
12
13
DO23-013
HOPPER AUX.MOUNT ARM
2
29
HW22012G5ZPC
3/8 FLANGE LOCK NUT
6
14
DO50-011 **
42" SEEDER BOX
0
30
HW24012GBZPC
3/8 STOVER LOCK NUT
2
15
DO80-007
42" SEEDER BOX MOUNT
1
31
HW30012TAZP
3/8 FLATWASHER
4
16
FA50-049
FIRST PRODUCTS DECAL
1
32
HW32012G5ZP
3/8 LOCKWASHER
4
*
*
ITEM NOT SHOWN
**
1
2
10
2
SEE PAGES 26-28
HOSE LOCATION FROM DRIVE END:
6
SPOUTS 1 THRU 8 & 16 THRU 23- 26" LG HOSES
SPOUTS 9, 10, 14, & 15 - 28" LG HOSES
7
9
SPOUTS 11 THRU 13- CAPPED
25
16
14
FIR
ST
18
PR
OD
UC
TS
27
30
22
15
11
13
10
4
24
17
6
28
9
29
20
29
21
26
31
12
32
19
5
23
3
2
27
1=1
25
7
8
42" SEEDER DRIVE
GANDY#: 28116-A
9
4
BLACK -
BROWN -
GREEN +
RED +
12
11
3
1
2
7
6
RED +
5
8
ITEM
PART NO.
1
09077589-22
2
L05-0001-000
3
09073589-9
4
567
5
28116-3
6
F02-0041-000
7
F02-0041-001
8
C21-0177-020
DESCRIPTION
QTY
GUARD, ELECTRIC MOTOR
1
ELECTRIC SWITCH
1
MOUNTING BRACKET , SWITCH
1
WIRE CONNECTORS
4
SPROCKET 32T, #41, 5/8" HEX BORE
ROLLER CHAIN, #41, 44 LINK
CONNECTOR LINK, #41
HAIR PIN COTTER, 3/16-#8
1
1
1
1
9
09082842-4
ELECTRIC MOTOR ASSEMBLY
1
10
09071589-6
DRIVE SPROCKET, 8T
1
11
C01-0312-030
WHIZ LOCK FLANGE NUT (5/16)
1
12
09077589-3
MOUNT, ELECTRIC MOTOR
1
26
42" SEEDER PARTS LIST
FP#: DO50-011
GANDY #: 2842FP
PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
1
28421-C2R
HOPPER
1
2
28426919-C1R
COVER
1
END BEARING
2
GASKET
2
RETAINER
2
BOTTOM AND SLIDE, 42" 23 SPOUTS
1
LATCH
6
ITEM
QTY
3
140692-C2
4
M05-0773-000
5
09063146-C1
6
2894-20C1
7
208692
8
141469-4
ROTOR BAR, RUBBER, 42"
1
9
2894-26
JOURNAL, HEX
2
10
2807953-C1
CENTER PLATE
1
11
2894-21
CLEVIS, HITCH POLE
1
12
2807373
SPACER, CLEVIS
1
13
2891-8
LOWER HANDLE, 2842FP
1
CAM GAUGE
1
SLIDE HANGER
1
GRIP
1
HINGE
2
14
2807175
15
28426912
16
J01-0750-300
17
2806920
27
SEEDER HOPPER
16
2
13
1
12
5
11
3
7
17
4
9
10
8
6
15
14
28
NOTES
29
SPECIFICATIONS
AE40L
WEIGHT w/ROLLER WITHOUT SEEDER
586 LBS
WEIGHT WITH SEEDER (EMPTY HOPPER)
705 LBS
OVERALL WIDTH WITHOUT SEEDER
44”
OVERALL WIDTH WITH SEEDER
48”
GROOM RAKE & BRUSH
48 LBS
WORKING WIDTH
40”
GEARBOX
1:1 RT. ANGLE
END DRIVE
2 BX BELTS
HEAVY DUTY TRAIL, 3 FT TURN RADIUS
(APPROX.)
1 3/8 SPLINE w/SAFETY SHEILD
HITCH-LIFT
DRIVE LINE
TINE VIBRATION FREQUENCY
SIDE TO SIDE TINE TRAVEL
@540 PTO RPM = 800 CYCLES/MIN.
1 3/8 INCHES
VIBRATING DEPTH
3 1/2 INCHES
TINES
9/16 x 3 1/2” FORGED AND HARDENED
ROTOR BEARINGS
DOUBLE SEALED TAPERED ROLLER
FINISH - BASIC UNIT
BLACK AND GREY ACRYLIC
FINISH - HOPPER
RED POLYESTER
HOPPER CAPACITY
3.7 Cubic Ft.
HOPPER BOTTOM & SLIDE
STAINLESS STEEL (MICRO-PRECISION MATED)
SEED FEED ROTOR
PRECISION NEOPRENE
SEED DISTRIBUTION
23 OUTLETS WITH SPLASH PLATE
RATE CONTROL
PRECISION CAM GAUGE
ELECTRIC DRIVE – (CONNECTS TO POWER
UNIT BATTERY)
SEEDER DRIVE
TRACTOR REQUIRMENTS:
HP & PTO SPEED
LIFT
13 HP @ 540RPM
3 PT HITCH- CAT. 1
SPECIFICATIONS SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE
30
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