LeeBoy 3000 SS Sand Shark with Sand Sifter 1003933

LeeBoy 3000 SS Sand Shark with Sand Sifter 1003933
Operations, Service
And Parts Manual
3000SS Sand Shark with Sand Sifter
Manual No. 1003933-01
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Safety 2
General Information 3
Specifications 4
Component Location 5
Operation 6
Maintenance 7
Troubleshooting 8
Schematics 9
Illustrated Parts List (IPL) 10
Introduction

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This manual has been most recently updated 02/11 to apply to serial number and above:
65125
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Table Of Contents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . v
Introduction. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-1
Safety . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-1
Safety Precautions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-3
Safety Label Locations. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-6
General Information. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-1
Limited Warranty Policy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-2
Warranty. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-2
Limitations. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-2
Items Not Covered. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-3
Other Limitations. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-3
Contact Information. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-4
Record of Ownership . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-4
Nameplate. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-4
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-1
General Information. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-2
Engine. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-2
Hydraulic System. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-2
Torque Hubs and Tracks. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-2
Main Conveyor. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-2
Operator Cab . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-2
Sifter System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-2
Electrical System. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-3
Specification Charts. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-3
Dimensions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-6
Torque Specs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-7
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Metric Fasteners. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-7
Inch Fasteners. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-8
Hydraulic Fittings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-9
Full Torque Nut Coupling Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-9
Component Location. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-1
Control Panels. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-2
Left Operator Control Panel. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-4
Remote Video Monitor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-6
Switch and Indicator Panel. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-8
Travel Control Panel. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-10
TopCon V Control. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-12
Sifter Remote Control. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-16
Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-1
Introduction. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-2
Inspection Before Initial Start-Up. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-2
Daily Inspection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-3
Sand Shark Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-3
Start-Up Procedure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-3
Braking. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-4
Parking Brake . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-4
Selecting High Or Low Speed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-4
Forward And Reverse . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-4
Increasing Travel Speed. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-5
Feeder Chain. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-5
Discharge Conveyor Belt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-5
Conveyor Lifting And Lowering. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-5
Stopping The Engine. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-5
Moldboard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-5
Sifting - Option 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-6
Sifting - Option 2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-6
Transporting. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-7
Sifter Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-7
Feeding And Discharging Connections. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-7
Basic Feed Criteria . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-7
Sifter System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-8
Sifter Operating. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-9
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Maintenance. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-1
Routine Maintenance. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-3
General Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-3
Maintenance Schedule . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-3
10 Hour or Daily Routine Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-3
50 Hour Routine Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-4
250 Hour or Quarterly Routine Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-4
500 Hour or Semi-Annual Routine Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-4
Maintenance Check Procedures. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-5
Radiator Check. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-5
Engine Air Filter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-5
Engine Maintenance. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-6
Fuel System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-7
Hydraulic System. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-8
Sifter Tire Pressure. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-10
Battery Servicing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-10
Machine Lubrication. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-12
Lubrication Points . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7-12
Maintenance Adjustments. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-14
Conveyor Belt Centering. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-14
Chains. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-15
Moldboard Cutting Edge. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-15
Conveyor Paddle Blade . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-15
Engine Drive Belt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-16
Charge Filter. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-16
Hydraulic Cylinder Replacement. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-16
Conveyor Head Pulley Bearing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-16
Muffler. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-17
Radiator Hoses And Radiator. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-17
Safety Label Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-18
Track and Sifter. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-18
Change Hub Oil . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-19
Track Adjustment. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-19
Wear Charts. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-19
Lubrication. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-21
Sifter Bearing Housing Replacement. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-21
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Bearing Replacement Using Existing Housing . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-22
Counterweights . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-23
Screen Panel Tensioning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-23
Motor External Wiring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-24
Spreader Bar. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-24
Screen Removal and Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-24
Installation For Decks With Screens. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-27
Installation For Decks Without Screens . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-27
Fines Pan Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-28
Ball Installation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-29
Troubleshooting. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-1
Troubleshooting Chart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-2
Schematics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-1
Manifold Harness. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-9
LH Joysticks Harness . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-13
RH Joysticks Harness . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-15
Overall Harness 1 of 6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-17
Overall Harness 2 of 6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-19
Overall Harness 3 of 6. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-21
Overall Harness 4 of 6. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-23
Overall Harness 5 of 6. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-25
Overall Harness 6 of 6. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-27
Main Hydraulic. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-29
Sand Sifter (MEV150) Hydraulic. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-31
Illustrated Parts List (IPL) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-1
Quick Reference Guide - Filters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-3
Quick Reference Guide - Wire Harnesses. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-3
Quick Reference Misc.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-3
Multipurpose Moldboard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-4
Conveyor Paddle Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-6
Track LH Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-8
Track RH Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-10
Track Group - Single Grouser . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-12
Main Frame . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-14
Hydraulic Components . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-16
Tail Pulley Group . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-18
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Conveyor Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-20
Head Pulley Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-22
Head Pulley Assembly (continued) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-24
Cab Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-26
Cab Assembly (continued) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-28
Cab Door . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-30
Cab Components . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-32
Conveyor Controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-34
Switch and Indicator Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-36
Right Side Control Panel. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-38
Tier III Engine and Pumps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-40
Tier III Engine Components . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-42
Hood and Engine Access Panels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-44
Muffler Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-46
Air Cleaner Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-48
Grille and Radiator Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-50
Hitch Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-52
Sifter Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-54
Alphabetical Parts Index. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-58
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Section 1
Introduction
Thank you for purchasing the 3000SS Sand Shark
with Sand Sifter. We wish you many years of safe and
efficient operation of your Sand Shark.
READ THIS MANUAL PRIOR TO OPERATING the unit.
This manual is an important part of the Sand Shark
and should be kept with the Sand Shark at all times in
the dedicated storage container on the 3000SS Sand
Shark with Sand Sifter. Even though you may be familiar
with similar equipment, you MUST read and understand
this manual before operating this 3000SS Sand Shark
with Sand Sifter. Reading the manual will help you and
others avoid injury and help prevent any damage to the
3000SS Sand Shark with Sand Sifter. If this manual
becomes lost or damaged, contact your authorized
LeeBoy Dealer immediately to order a replacement (see
Contact Information Section 3).
This manual is intended as a guide for the safe and
efficient use of the 3000SS Sand Shark with Sand
Sifter. This manual covers the procedures for proper
operation and maintenance of the 3000SS Sand Shark
with Sand Sifter. This manual contains information that
was available at the time of printing and are subject to
change without notice.
This manual should be used with all related
supplemental books, engine and transmission manuals,
and parts books. Related Service Bulletins should be
reviewed to provide information regarding some of the
recent changes.
This manual provides information for use by the
equipment operator under the following headings:
Safety—See Section 2 for important safety guidelines
information.
General Information—See Section 3 for important
warranty, contact, and nameplate information.
Specifications—See Section 4 for all major system
specifications and typical torque value tables.
Component Location—See Section 5 for general
overview of controls and major components.
Operation—See Section 6 for control functionality and
normal equipment operation.
Maintenance—See Section 7 for basic preventive
maintenance and repair procedures.
Troubleshooting—See Section 8 for problem
descriptions and recommended solution tables.
Schematics—See Section 9 for schematic diagrams of
electrical wiring.
Illustrated Parts List (IPL)—See Section 10 for
illustrations, descriptions and part numbers of available
service parts.
If any questions arise concerning this publication or
others, contact your local LeeBoy Dealer for the latest
available information.
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Safety
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Safety . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-1
Safety Precautions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-3
Safety Label Locations. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-6
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Safety
This manual provides important information to familiarize
you with safe operating and maintenance procedures.
Even though you may be familiar with similar equipment,
you MUST read and understand this manual before
operating the 3000SS Sand Shark with Sand Sifter and
follow its instructions when operating the machine.
Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not avoided,
will result in death or serious injury.
Safety is everyone’s business and is our top concern.
Knowing the guidelines covered in this section and in
Section 1 will help ensure your safety, the safety of those
around you and the Sand Shark’s proper operation.
Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not avoided,
could result in death or serious injury.
LOOK FOR THESE SYMBOLS WHICH POINT OUT
ITEMS OF EXTREME IMPORTANCE TO THE SAFETY
OF YOU AND YOUR COWORKERS. READ AND
UNDERSTAND THOROUGHLY. HEED THE WARNING
AND FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS.
Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not avoided,
could result in minor or moderate injury.
Keep safety labels in good condition. If safety labels
become missing or damaged, replacement safety labels
are available from your LeeBoy Dealer (see also Safety
Label Installation in Section 7).
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Indicates a situation which can cause damage to the
equipment, personal property and/or the
environment, or cause the LeeBoy Model 3000SS
Sand Shark with Sand Sifter to operate improperly.
NOTE:Indicates a procedure, practice, or condition that
should be followed in order for the Sand Shark or
component to function in the manner intended.
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Safety
Safety Precautions
Explosion Hazard
While the engine is running or the battery is
charging, hydrogen gas is being produced
and can be easily ignited. Keep the area
around the battery well-ventilated and keep
sparks, open flame and any other form of
ignition out of the area.
The safety messages that follow have CAUTION level
hazards.
Pre-Operation Hazard
Read and understand this Operation
Manual before operating or servicing the
engine to ensure that safe operating
practices and maintenance procedures are
followed.
• Never permit anyone to service or operate the
3000SS Sand Shark with Sand Sifter without proper
training.
• Safety signs and labels are additional reminders for
safe operating and maintenance techniques.
• Contact LeeBoy or an authorized LeeBoy Dealer for
additional training.
• Make sure you are aware of all laws and regulations
that are in effect where the Sand Shark is operated.
Make sure you have all necessary licenses to operate
the Sand Shark.
The safety messages that follow have WARNING
level hazards.
• Always disconnect the negative (-) battery cable
before servicing the Sand Shark.
• Do not start the engine by shorting the starter circuit
or any other starting method not stated in this manual.
Only use the starting procedure as described in this
manual to start the engine.
• Never charge a frozen battery. Always slowly warm the
battery to room temperature before charging.
Fire and Explosion Hazard
• Diesel fuel is flammable and explosive under certain
conditions.
• Never use a shop rag to catch the fuel.
• Wipe up all spills immediately.
• Never refuel with the engine running.
• Store any containers containing fuel in a wellventilated area, away from any combustibles or
sources of ignition.
Crush Hazard
Keep bystanders away from work area before and
during operation.
Fire Hazard
Have appropriate safety equipment
available. Have all fire extinguishers
checked periodically for proper operation
and/or readiness.
Modification Hazard
Never modify the 3000SS Sand Shark with Sand Sifter
without written consent of LeeBoy. Any modification can
affect the safe operation of the 3000SS Sand Shark
with Sand Sifter and may cause personal injury or death.
• Always read and follow safety-related precautions
found on containers of hazardous substances
like parts cleaners, primers, sealants and sealant
removers.
• Undersized wiring systems can cause an electrical
fire.
Exposure Hazard
Always wear personal protective
equipment, including appropriate clothing,
gloves, work shoes, and eye and hearing
protection, as required by the task at hand.
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Safety
• Always start the engine or operate the controls while
you are seated in the operators seat.
The safety messages that follow have WARNING
level hazards.
Exhaust Hazard
All internal combustion engines create
carbon monoxide gas during operation and
special precautions are required to avoid
carbon monoxide poisoning:
• Never block windows, vents or other means of
ventilation if the 3000SS Sand Shark with Sand Sifter
is operating in an enclosed area.
• Always ensure that all connections are tightened to
specifications after repair is made to the exhaust
system.
Entanglement/Sever Hazard
Verify there are no people, obstacles or
other equipment near the 3000SS Sand
Shark with Sand Sifter before starting the
engine. Sound the horn as a warning
before starting the engine.
Alcohol and Drug Hazard
Never operate the engine while under the
influence of alcohol or drugs, or when ill.
Piercing Hazard
Avoid skin contact with high-pressure
hydraulic fluid or diesel fuel spray caused
by a hydraulic or fuel system leak such as a
broken hydraulic hose or fuel injection line.
High-pressure hydraulic fluid or fuel can
penetrate your skin and result in serious injury. If you are
exposed to high-pressure hydraulic fluid or fuel spray,
obtain prompt medical treatment.
• Never check for a hydraulic fluid or fuel leak with your
hands. Always use a piece of wood or cardboard.
Have your authorized LeeBoy Dealer or distributor
repair the damage.
Flying Object Hazard
If the engine must be serviced while it is
operating, remove all jewelry, tie back long
hair and keep hands, other body parts and
clothing away from moving/rotating parts.
Always wear eye protection when cleaning the 3000SS Sand Shark with Sand Sifter
with compressed air or high-pressure
water. Dust, flying debris, compressed air,
pressurized water or steam may injure your
eyes.
• Always stop the engine before beginning service.
• Verify that all Sand Shark guards and covers are
attached properly to the Sand Shark before starting
the engine. Do not start the engine if any guards or
covers are not properly installed on the Sand Shark.
Coolant Hazard
Wear eye protection and rubber gloves
when handling engine coolant. If contact
with the eyes or skin should occur, flush
eyes and wash immediately with clean
water.
• If you must run the engine during maintenance
procedures, make sure you have a helper to keep
bystanders clear of the Sand Shark and make
observations of moving parts as requested by the
operator.
• Always turn the start switch to the OFF position after
operation is complete and remove the key from the
switch. Keep the key in your possession when the
Sand Shark is not operating.
Burn Hazard
Some of the Sand Shark surfaces become
very hot during operation and shortly after
shutdown.
• Attach a “Do Not Operate” tag near the key switch
while performing maintenance on the equipment.
• Never operate the engine while wearing a headset to
listen to music or radio because it will be difficult to
hear the warning signals.
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• Keep hands and other body parts away from hot Sand
Shark surfaces.
• Handle hot components with heat-resistant gloves.
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Safety
The safety messages that follow have CAUTION level
hazards.
The safety messages that follow have NOTICE level
hazards.
Poor Lighting Hazard
Any part which is found defective as a result of
inspection or any part whose measured value does not
satisfy the standard or limit must be replaced.
Ensure that the work area is adequately illuminated.
Always install wire cages on portable safety lights.
Tool Hazard
Always use tools appropriate for the task at hand and
use the correct size tool for loosening or tightening
3000SS Sand Shark with Sand Sifter parts.
Always tighten components to the specified torque.
Loose parts can cause 3000SS Sand Shark with Sand
Sifter damage or cause it to operate improperly.
Only use replacement parts approved by LeeBoy. Other
replacement parts may affect warranty coverage.
Follow the guidelines of the EPA or other
governmental agencies for the proper
disposal of hazardous materials such as
engine oil, diesel fuel and engine coolant.
Consult the local authorities or reclamation
facility.
Clean all accumulated dirt and debris away from the
body of the Sand Shark and its components before
you inspect the Sand Shark or perform preventive
maintenance procedures or repairs. Operating a
Sand Shark with accumulated dirt and debris will
cause premature wear of Sand Shark components.
Accumulated dirt and debris also hinders effective Sand
Shark inspection.
Retrieve any tools or parts that may have dropped
inside of the Sand Shark to avoid improper Sand Shark
operation.
Dispose of hazardous materials in accordance with
all applicable laws and regulations. Never dispose of
hazardous materials by dumping them into a sewer, on
the ground, or into groundwater or waterways.
If any alert indicator illuminates during Sand Shark
operation, stop the engine immediately. Determine
the cause and repair the problem before continuing to
operate the Sand Shark.
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Safety
Safety Label Locations
you should refer to the parts listing in the parts section
of this manual and note the description column.
Safety Precautions
A description of location is provided below for each
safety label. For additional instructions, contact your
dealer (see also Safety Label Installation in Section 7).
If your Sand Shark has been repainted, it is extremely
important that all the decals referring to CAUTION,
WARNING, and DANGER be replaced in their proper
locations. The illustrations on this page will aid you in
determining the proper locations. For additional help,
DA NG E R
WA R NING
K E E P CLE AR !
MOV ING B E LT
F ailure to c omply c ould res ult in
death or s erious injury.
FL AMMAB L E !
Us e dies el fuel only.
F ailure to c omply
will res ult in death
or s erious injury.
NOTE: It is the responsibility of the owner and operator
to make sure that all safety labels are readable
and located on the Sand Shark and Sand Sifter
as designated by LeeBoy.
856603
DA NG E R
856602
P INC H P OINT
H A Z A R D!
K eep out!
F ailure to c omply will
res ult in death or
s erious injury.
C A UT ION
WAT C H Y OUR
STEP!
F ailure to c omply may
res ult in minor or
moderate injury.
856635
856636
856607
DA NG E R
C R U S H H A Z A R D ! S T AY C L E A R !
F ailure to c omply will res ult in death or
s erious injury.
C HE C K OIL
E V E R Y 30 DAY S
856596
R E V IS A R E L A C E IT E
C A DA 30 DIA S
VÉ R IF IE R L E NIVE AU D HUIL E
TOUS L E S 30 J OUR S 856456
WA R NING
S T AY B A C K W H E N O P E R AT O R I S
I N S I DE C A B !
Operator may not be able to s ee you.
F ailure to c omply c ould res ult in death or
s erious injury.
856607
856634
C A UT ION
WAT C H Y OUR S T E P!
F ailure to c omply may res ult in minor
or moderate injury.
856598
WA R NING
DA NG E R
K E E P CLE AR !
P INC H P OINT
H A Z A R D!
K eep out!
F ailure to c omply will
res ult in death or
s erious injury.
MOV ING F E E DE R
F ailure to c omply
c ould res ult in death
or s erious injury.
856635
856604
Sand Shark Safety Labels and Safety Label Locations
Figure 2-1
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2
WA R NING
S T AY B A C K W H E N O P E R AT O R I S
I N S I DE C A B !
Operator may not be able to s ee you.
F ailure to c omply c ould res ult in death or
s erious injury.
856634
DA NG E R
DA NG E R
C R U S H H A Z A R D ! S T AY C L E A R !
F ailure to c omply will res ult in death or
s erious injury.
WA R NING
P INC H P OINT
H A Z A R D!
K eep out!
F ailure to c omply will
res ult in death or
s erious injury.
K E E P CLE AR !
MOV ING B E LT
F ailure to c omply c ould res ult in
death or s erious injury.
856596
856603
856635
WA R NING
K E E P D O O R C L O S E D W H E N I N O P E R AT I O N !
DA NG E R
F ailure to c omply c ould res ult in death or s erious
injury.
856605
P INC H P OINT
H A Z A R D!
K eep out!
F ailure to c omply will
res ult in death or
s erious injury.
856635
DA NG E R
FL AMMAB L E !
Us e dies el fuel only.
C A UT ION
F ailure to c omply
will res ult in death
or s erious injury.
C HANGE FIL T E R :
Hydraulic R eturn: 250 hours
Hydraulic S uc tion: 250 hours
856602
C A UT ION
WAT C H Y OUR
STEP!
F ailure to c omply may
res ult in minor or
moderate injury.
856636
856599
Sand Shark Safety Labels and Safety Label Locations
Figure 2-2
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Safety
DANGER
PELIGRO
DANGER
PINCH POINT
PUNTO DE APRIETE
POINT DE PINCEMENT
856438
Sifter Safety Labels and Safety Label Locations
Figure 2-3
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Section 3
General Information
Page
General Information. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-1
Limited Warranty Policy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-2
Warranty. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-2
Limitations. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-2
Items Not Covered. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-3
Other Limitations. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-3
Contact Information. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-4
Record of Ownership . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-4
Nameplate. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-4
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Limited Warranty Policy
Warranty
Limitations
1.
LeeBoy has no obligation for:
Subject to the limitations, exclusions, and claims
procedures set forth herein, LeeBoy warrants [to
the first retail purchaser] that this product will be
free from [substantial] defects in materials and
workmanship during the warranty period.
2. If a defect in material or workmanship is found, your
authorized LeeBoy Dealer is to be notified during
the warranty period. LeeBoy and its authorized
Dealer will repair or replace any part or component
of the unit or part that fails to conform to the
warranty during the warranty period.
3. The warranty period will begin on the initial start-up,
training and delivery of the unit by the Dealer to the
customer, and will expire after twelve (12) months
following the delivery of the 3000SS Sand Shark
with Sand Sifter to the first retail purchaser. (See
Dealer for additional warranty.)
4. Manufacturers’ Warranties: Engines are warranted
by their manufacturers and may have warranty
coverage that differs from that of LeeBoy. LeeBoy
does not warrant any engine.
5. Replacement parts furnished by LeeBoy are
covered for the remainder of the warranty period
applicable to the unit or component in which such
parts are installed.
1.
Any defects caused by misuse, misapplication,
negligence, accident or failure to maintain or use
in accordance with the most current operating
instructions.
2. Unauthorized alterations.
3. Defects or failures caused by any replacement
parts or attachments not manufactured by or
approved by LeeBoy.
4. Failure to conduct normal maintenance and
operating service including, without limitation,
providing lubricants, coolant, fuel, tune-ups,
inspections or adjustments.
5. Unreasonable delay, as established by LeeBoy, in
making the applicable units or parts available upon
notification of a service notice ordered by same.
6. Warranty Responsibility: The warranty responsibility
on all engines rests with the manufacturer of the
engine.
7. Warranty and Parts Support: LeeBoy may
have support agreements with some engine
manufacturers for warranty and parts support.
However, LeeBoy does not warrant the engine.
6. LeeBoy has the right to repair any component or
part before replacing it with a new one.
8. This Limited Warranty sets forth your sole remedy
in connection with the sale or use of the LeeBoy
product covered by this Limited Warranty.
7. All new replacement parts purchased by a LeeBoy
Dealer will carry a six-month warranty.
9. This Limited Warranty extends only to the first retail
purchaser, and is not transferable.
8. This Limited Warranty is governed by the laws of the
State of North Carolina.
10. In the event any portion of this Limited Warranty
shall be determined to be invalid under any
applicable law, such provision shall be deemed null
and void and the remainder of the Limited Warranty
shall continue in full force and effect.
THE FOREGOING WARRANTY IS EXCLUSIVE AND
IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER EXPRESSED, STATUTORY
AND IMPLIED WARRANTIES APPLICABLE TO
UNITS, ENGINES, OR PARTS INCLUDING WITHOUT
LIMITATION, ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF
MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR ANY
PARTICULAR USE OR PURPOSE OR AGAINST
INFRINGEMENT.
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Items Not Covered
Other Limitations
LeeBoy is not responsible for the following:
IN NO EVENT, WHETHER AS A RESULT OF BREACH
OF CONTRACT OR WARRANTY OR ALLEGED
NEGLIGENCE OR LIABILITY WITHOUT FAULT, SHALL
LEEBOY BE LIABLE FOR SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL OR
CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES INCLUDING, WITHOUT
LIMITATION, LOSS OF PROFIT OR REVENUE, COST
OF CAPITAL, COST OF SUBSTITUTED EQUIPMENT,
FACILITIES OR SERVICES, DOWNTIME COSTS,
LABOR COSTS OR CLAIMS OF CUSTOMERS,
PURCHASERS OR LESSEES FOR SUCH DAMAGES.
IN NO EVENT WILL WARRANTY COMPENSATION,
OR OTHER DAMAGES AVAILABLE FROM LEEBOY,
EXCEED THE PURCHASE PRICE OF THE PRODUCT.
1.
All used units or used parts of any kind.
2. Repairs due to normal wear and tear or brought
about by abuse or lack of maintenance of the
Machine.
3. Attachments not manufactured or installed by
LeeBoy.
4. Liability for incidental or consequential damages of
any type including, but not limited to, lost profits or
expenses of acquiring replacement equipment.
5. Miscellaneous charges.
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Contact Information
If you have a persistent problem your dealer is unable to
resolve, contact LeeBoy directly.
For information regarding parts and repairs about your
LeeBoy product, first contact the dealer you purchased
your product from.
Record dealer information in the space provided.
For additional information about LeeBoy, please visit:
www.leeboy.com.
Sales Representative:
Dealership Name:
Dealership Address:
Dealership Phone:
Record of Ownership
Please fill out the following information and use it
when you need to contact LeeBoy for service, parts or
literature.
Sand Shark Model Number Sand Shark Serial Number: Date of Original Purchase:
Nameplate
Nameplate (Figure 3-1) contains the specific model
number and serial number used to identify the
components for any parts or service information.
VT LeeBoy, Inc.
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VT LeeBoy, Inc.
Sand Shark Nameplate Location
Sifter Nameplate Location
Figure 3-1
Figure 3-2
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Specifications
Page
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-1
General Information. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-2
Engine. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-2
Hydraulic System. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-2
Torque Hubs and Tracks. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-2
Main Conveyor. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-2
Operator Cab . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-2
Sifter System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-2
Flotation Tires . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-3
Specification Charts. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-3
Dimensions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-6
Torque Specs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-7
Metric Fasteners. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-7
Inch Fasteners. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-8
Hydraulic Fittings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-9
Full Torque Nut Coupling Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-9
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General Information
Torque Hubs and Tracks
The descriptions and specifications provided in this
section are applicable to the LeeBoy Model 3000SS
Sand Shark with Sand Sifter.
The 3000SS Sand Shark drive system contains two
torque hubs. The torque hubs provide power to propel
the hydrostatically powered self-cleaning crawler
type tracks that consist of drive sprockets, rollers, and
hydraulically adjustable front idlers. Final drive consists
of torque hubs with two-speed hydraulic motors
operated by a toggle switch. A fail-safe parking brake is
also built into the unit.
This section contains a description of how the major
components operate. It also includes specifications for
the major system components. Included in this section
are Sand Shark weights, dimensions, performance, and
major system specifications for the Sand Shark.
Engine
The LeeBoy Model 3000SS Sand Shark with Sand
Sifter uses a Cummins QSB4.5, Tier 3/Stage III A, fourcylinder engine to drive the hydraulic function pump and
steering pump. The engine is mounted near the center
of the Sand Shark and is accessible through several
access doors in the engine cover.
A fuel lift pump mounted on the engine draws diesel fuel
from the fuel tank. The fuel tank is mounted at the rear of
the engine compartment.
An air cleaner is mounted on the left side of the pump
cover. The air cleaner removes fine particles such as
dust, sand, chaff and lint from the air.
As air is taken into the air cleaner assembly, a cyclone
type action deposits some of the fine particles in the
evacuator mounted on the bottom of the air cleaner
housing. The evacuator is held closed during engine
operation by suction. When the engine is shut off the
weight of the debris helps to open the rubber flaps
allowing the debris to fall out. The rubber flaps can also
be squeezed to open for cleaning.
Primary and secondary fuel filters remove contaminants
from the diesel fuel before the fuel flows to the injection
pump for injection into the engine combustion chamber.
A radiator mounted in front of the engine cools the
engine. As coolant flows through the radiator, airflow
from the engine-driven fan removes heat from the
coolant.
Refer to the engine owner’s Operation and Maintenance
Manual for a complete description of the engine.
Hydraulic System
The Sand Shark is equipped a 52 gallon hydraulic tank
that supports all mechanical systems­on the machine.
These systems control machine movement, and main
conveyor height, rotation, and main deflectors.
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Feed System
The augers rotate to assist by moving material from
the auger box to the conveyor. The rotational speed of
the augers can be controlled from within the operator’s
cab. Replaceable paddles attached to a chain assembly
are driven by a hydrostatically operated gear reduction
and drive shaft/sprocket assembly. The feeder chain
assembly has float capability.
Main Conveyor
The Main conveyor is independently controlled for
variable speed and is raised and lowered hydraulically.
The conveyor belt is a heavy duty, reversible, 2-ply
polyester cord carcass with rubber covers and includes
1” (25.4 mm) rubber cleats.
Operator Cab
The operator’s cab allows easy and convenient control
of all functions of the 3000SS Sand Shark with Sand
Sifter.
Sifter System
The Sand Sifter should only be towed by the Sand
Shark.
The towable sifter system receives the material to be
sifted from the main conveyor. Material is spread out on
top of the vibrating sifting surface. Smaller particles fall
through the screens while larger particles are sifted out
and deposited into the hopper at the rear of the Sand
Sifter. The rear hopper raises to dump sorted/sifted
material to another container (ie: to haul away).
As small particles fall through the sifting screens to the
ground, they are initially smoothed by an adjustable prestrike-off plate mounted in front of the axle. Finally, the
sand is returned to its original contour using the remote
controlled adjustable box blade at the rear of the sifter.
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Wide flotation type tires are used on the sifter to
minimize ground pressure and sand compaction.
rate can be monitored using the default control screen
on the DP200.
Electrical System
Specification Charts
The electrical system is powered by two 12-volt batteries
mounted in the engine compartment. Each battery
produces 12 volts DC and maintains 900 cold cranking
amps (CCA). An engine mounted alternator capable
of 160 amperes charging capacity keeps the battery
charged during normal operation. The battery charge
The specifications provided in this section are
applicable to the LeeBoy Model 3000SS Sand
Shark with Sand Sifter. Included in this section are
specifications for 3000SS Sand Shark weights,
dimensions, performance, and torque values for both
metric and standard inch fasteners.
Replace original equipment only with LeeBoy approved components.
Table 4-1. Dimension Specifications (See Figure 4-1)
ITEM
SPECIFICATION-
Overall Length
34’ (1036 cm)
Overall Height (minimum)
10’ 5.5” (320 cm)
Overall Height (maximum)
12’ 11” (393 cm)
Overall Width (machine)
8’ 5” (257 cm)
Overall Width (cab)
4’ 4.5” (130 cm)
Weight
28,560 lbs (12,955 kg)
Sifter Unit Weight
12,500 lbs (5,670 kg)
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Table 4-2. Performance Specifications
ITEM
SPECIFICATION
Travel Speed (Highway)
0-300 FPM
Working Speed
15-45 FPM
Table 4-3. Cummins Tier 3 Engine Specifications
ITEM
SPECIFICATION
Manufacturer and Model
Cummins, QSB4.5
Emission Regulation
Tier 3 / Stage III A
Type
Vertical 4-cycle Liquid Cooled Diesel
Number of Cylinders
4
Bore, Stroke, and Displacement
4.02” (102 mm) ; 4.72” (120 mm); 275 in3 (4506 cm3)
Engine Oil Type
15W-40
Firing Order
1, 3, 4, 2
Oil Capacity
11.6 quarts (11.0 L)
Fuel Filter Type
Cummins Diesel
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Table 4-4. Electrical Specifications
ITEM
SPECIFICATION
Battery
Two, Maintenance Free
Battery Ampere Hour Rating
900 CCA
Battery Voltage
12 Volts
Alternator Type and Voltage
12 Volt, negative ground
Alternator Output Amperage
160 Amps
Alternator Fan Belt Tension
Automatic belt tension mechanism keeps serpentine
belt under tension at all times
Starter Voltage and Type
12 Volt, negative ground
Table 4-5. Machine System Capacity Specifications
ITEM
SPECIFICATION
Engine Lubrication Oil - with oil filter
11.6 quarts (11.0 L)
Hydraulic Oil Reservoir
52 gal (75.7 L)
Fuel
104 gal (393.6 L)
Cooling System
5.5 Gallons (20.8 L)
Double Pump Drive
4 quarts
Torque Hub Feeder Drive
1.0 quart
Torque Hub Conveyor Drive
1.0 quart
Anitfreeze
Glycol based, Red, Extended Life, 5.5 gal (20.8 L)
Table 4-6. Hydraulic Pressures Specifications
ITEM
SPECIFICATION
Brakes
1500 PSI (117 Bar)
Table 4-7. Lubricant Specifications
ITEM
SPECIFICATION
Engine Oil
15W-40
Hydraulic Oil
EAL 224H All Weather Hydraulic Oil
Torque Hub
85W90
Grease
Shell Avania EP Grease or Equivalent
Chain Lube
Chain Lube
Double Pump Drive
85W90
Air Conditioner
2.75 lbs AC Refrigerant
Air Conditioner
4 oz. AC oil
Sifter Grease
Mobil SHC 460
Torque Hub
50 WT Gear Oil
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Table 4-8. Miscellaneous Specifications
ITEM
SPECIFICATION
Brakes - Service
Utilizes hydrostatic transmission
Brakes - Parking
Multiple disk on torque hub
Tracks
Hydraulic power assisted
Sifter Tire
16.5L-16.1 X 14.0, 10-Ply, Low Profile, Tubeless
Tire Pressure
33 to 36 PSI
Wheel Nut
9/16”, Torque to 150 - 170 ft/lbs
Shaker Speed
1150 to 1350 RPM (preset at factory – do NOT change)
Drive Belt Tension
1/2” to 1” deflection at 5 lbs of forces
Screen Opening Size
3/8” Top Screen, 1/8” Lower Screen (other screen sizes
are available)
Screen Tension Adjustment
2-1/8” to 2-3/16” tension spring length
Hitch Coupler
2-5/16” diameter
Motor Rotation
Clockwise
Optimal Sifter Angle
18 degrees from horizontal (FIG. X-X)
Conveyor - Control
Variable Speed
Conveyor - Belt width
30” (76.2 cm)
Conveyor - Belt length
58’ 3” (17.8 m)
Conveyor - Discharge
Hydraulically raised 10’ - 11’ (3 - 3.4 m)
Cab - Enclosure
Fully enclosed with safety glass
Cab - Seat
Padded with seat belt
Cab - Windshield wipers
Front and Rear
Cab - Lights
Headlights, tail lights, turn indicators, work lights and
instrument lights
Sifter Remote - Frequency
902-928MHz
Sifter Remote - Range (Line of Sight)
500 ft
Sifter Remote - Battery Type
Battery Type 3 “D” size alkaline or rechargeable
Sifter Remote - Battery Life
Battery Life (Alkaline) Standard range = Standby, 80 hrs;
Transmit, 35 hrs
Sifter Remote - LED Indicator
Led Indicator: Flashing = normal; Double blink = battery
low
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Dimensions
34’ 0”
10’ 5”
12’ 2.5”
14’ 9” MAX
12’ 0” MIN
9’ 11”
3000SS Sand Shark Dimensions
Figure 4-1
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16’-2”
9’-11”
18°
OPTIMAL SIFTING ANGLE
10’-8”
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Sand Sifter Dimensions
Figure 4-2
Torque Specs
and machined surfaces. Values are based on
physical limitations of clean, plated and lubricated
hardware. In all cases, when an individual torque
value is specified, it should be followed instead of
values given in this table.
Metric Fasteners
The following Table lists torque values
for standard hardware and are intended as a guide
for average application involving typical stresses
Replace original equipment with
hardware of equal grade.
Table 4-9. Torque Specifications For Metric Fasteners
CLASS 8.8 [GRADE 5 EQUIVALENT]
CLASS 10.9 [GRADE 8 EQUIVALENT]
NOMINAL SIZE
& PITCH
TORQUE FT. LBS.
TORQUE N•m
TORQUE FT. LBS.
TORQUE N•m
Dry
Lubed
Dry
Lubed
Dry
Lubed
Dry
Lubed
M4 x 0.7
2.27
1.70
3.07
2.30
2.27
2.31
4.17
3.13
M5 x 0.8
4.58
3.43
6.20
4.65
6.22
4.67
8.43
6.33
M6 x 1
7.75
5.83
10.5
7.90
10.60
7.97
14.3
10.8
M8 x 1.25
18.89
14.17
25.6
19.2
18.95
19.26
34.8
26.1
M10 x 1.25
39.11
29.52
53.0
40.1
53.87
40.59
73.0
55.0
M12 x 1.75
64.94
48.71
88.0
66.0
88.56
66.42
120.0
90.0
M14 x 2
103.32
77.49
140.0
105.0
140.22
107.01
190.0
145.0
M16 x 2
162.36
121.77
220.0
165.0
221.40
166.05
300.0
225.0
M20 x 2.5
317.34
236.16
430.0
320.0
428.04
321.03
580.0
435.0
M24 x 3
516.12
409.59
740.0
555.0
754.38
557.19
1010.0
755.0
M27 x 3
797.04
597.78
1080.0
810.0
1084.86
811.80
1470.0
1100.0
M30 x 3.5
1084.86
811.80
1470.0
1100.0
1476.00
1107.00
2000.0
1500.0
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Specifications
Inch Fasteners
The following Table lists torque values
for standard hardware and are intended as a guide
for average application involving typical stresses
and machined surfaces. Values are based on
physical limitations of clean, plated and lubricated
hardware. In all cases, when an individual torque
value is specified, it should be followed instead of
values given in this table.
Replace original equipment with
hardware of equal grade.
Table 4-10. Torque Specifications For Standard Inch Fasteners
CAPSCREWS: SAE GRADE 5
SIZE
1/4
THREAD
CAPSCREWS: SAE GRADE 8
TORQUE FT. LBS.
TORQUE N•m
TORQUE FT. LBS.
TORQUE N•m
Dry
Dry
Dry
Dry
Lubed
Lubed
Lubed
Lubed
20 UNC
8
6
11
9
12
9
16
12
28 UNF
10
7
13
10
14
10
19
14
18 UNC
17
13
24
18
25
18
33
25
24 UNF
19
14
26
20
27
20
37
28
3/8
16 UNC
31
23
42
31
44
33
59
44
24 UNF
35
26
47
36
49
37
67
50
7/16
14 UNC
49
37
67
50
70
52
95
71
20 UNF
55
41
75
56
78
58
105
79
13 UNC
75
57
100
77
105
80
145
110
20 UNF
85
64
115
86
120
90
165
120
9/16
12 UNC
110
82
145
110
155
115
210
155
18 UNF
120
91
165
125
170
130
230
175
5/8
11 UNC
150
115
205
155
210
160
285
215
18 UNF
170
130
230
175
240
180
325
245
10 UNC
265
200
360
270
375
280
510
380
16 UNF
295
225
405
300
420
315
570
425
5/16
1/2
3/4
7/8
9 UNC
430
320
580
435
605
455
820
615
14 UNF
475
355
640
480
670
500
905
680
8 UNC
645
485
875
655
910
680
1230
925
14 UNF
720
540
980
735
1020
765
1380
1040
1-1/8
7 UNC
795
595
1080
805
1290
965
1750
1310
12 UNF
890
670
1210
905
1440
1080
1960
1470
1-1/4
7 UNC
1120
840
1520
1140
1820
1360
2460
1850
12 UNF
1240
930
1680
1260
2010
1500
2730
2050
6 UNC
1470
1100
1990
1490
2380
1780
3230
2420
12 UNF
1670
1250
2270
1700
2710
2040
3680
2760
1
1-3/8
1-1/2
4-8
6 UNC
1950
1460
2640
1980
3160
2370
4290
3210
12 UNF
2190
1650
2970
2230
3560
2670
4820
3620
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Hydraulic Fittings
Tightening Flare Type Tube Fittings
1.
Check the flare and flare seat for defects that might
cause leakage.
2. Align tube with fitting before tightening.
4. To prevent twisting the tube(s), use two wrenches.
Place one wrench on the connector body and with
the second, tighten the swivel nut to the torque
shown in Table 4-11. Torque Specifications For
Flare Type Tube Fittings.
NOTE:The torque values shown are based on
lubricated connections as in assembly.
3. Lubricate connection and hand tighten swivel nut
until snug.
Table 4-11. Torque Specifications For Flare Type Tube Fittings
TUBE SIZE OD
NUT SIZE
(ACROSS
FLATS)
RECOMMENDED TURNS TO
TIGHTEN (AFTER FINGER
TIGHTENING)
(in)
(in)
(N•m)
(lb-ft)
(N•m)
(lb-ft)
3/16
7/16
8
6
1
1/6
1/4
9/16
12
9
1
1/6
5/16
5/8
16
12
1
1/6
3/8
11/16
24
15
1
1/6
1/2
7/8
46
34
1
1/6
5/8
1
62
46
1
1/6
3/4
1 1/4
102
75
3/4
1/8
7/8
1 3/8
122
90
3/4
1/8
TORQUE VALUE
Full Torque Nut Coupling
Installation
4
6. Calculate the correct torque wrench setting using
(see Equations in Section 4).
The only completely reliable method of creating a
consistent leak free, long lasting connection is to ensure
that the coupling is brought to the proper torque.
The best method of ensuring a coupling is brought to the
proper torque is to use a torque wrench with crowfoot.
To ensure the proper torque is met, use the flats method
of torque verification. Flats method may be used alone
in situations where a torque wrench is inaccessible or
unavailable.
NOTE:The most straight forward method of determining
the correct torque setting is to multiply the
desired torque by the length of the wrench from
the center of the handle to the center of the drive
(L) divided by the length of the wrench from the
center of the handle to the crowfoot center (LA),
(Figure 4-3).
L
LA
There are 7 steps involved in proper coupling
installation:
5. Determine the correct torque value for your
coupling.
Torque Wrench - Crowfoot
NOTE:Only use the torque values specified from
the manufacturer, do not use SAE torque
recommendations.
NOTE:Torque Wrench Setting = Desired Torque * L / LA
The minimum torque values are adequate for
sealing in most applications, and the maximum
torque values should never be exceeded.
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Figure 4-3
7. Ensure that the seal face and threads are clean
and in good condition. Do not lubricate coupling
threads.
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NOTE:O-Rings should be lubricated with light oil, but
threads should be completely dry unless making
pipe thread connections (interference seal).
1
Attach the male end of the hose onto the
equipment first, since it may be necessary to
rotate the entire hose assembly to tighten the
male threads. Then route the hose into position
while avoiding twisting the hose.
8. Hand tighten the connection by bringing seal face in
contact and rotating the nut by hand until it stops.
NOTE:By definition hand tight is 0.3-1 ft-lb or when the
seal faces are touching and with the threads
engaged the hex can no longer be rotated by
hand.
2
9. Mark a line across the coupling nut and backup
hex for flats method verification of coupling torque
(Figure 4-4).
10. Apply a wrench to the backup hex to prevent the
coupling and hose from moving while tightening the
nut with a torque wrench.
Failure to retain the backup hex during
installation will also result in additional clamp load
force that could cause damage to the seal face.
NOTE:The coupling nut must be in motion for an
accurate torque reading. If the nut is stopped
before final torque value is achieved, it must be
loosened and retightened until the torque is
attained while the nut is in motion.
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Flats Method Tightening
Figure 4-4
1 - Mark Line on Nut
2 - Example 2 Flats difference
11. If a torque wrench cannot fit into the coupling area
or if it is unavailable, flats method may be used to
ensure that the coupling is properly tightened, as
shown in Figure 4-4.
NOTE:The mark placed on the nut and backup hex
after hand tightening should have rotated 1 to 1.5
flats during final tightening. At this point in time, if
desired, the nut and backup hex may be marked
to indicate if the coupling loosens over time.
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Table 4-12. Torque Specifications For US Style Coupling Terminations
JIC, SAE 45°, ORFS, O-Ring Boss, Gates Adapterless and MegaSeal
Dash
Size
JIC 37°, SAE 45° &
MegaSeal (steel)
JIC 37°, SAE 45° &
Mega-Seal (steel)
Flat Face O-Ring
Seal (Steel)
SAE O-Ring Boss
(Steel) & Gates
Adapterless ≤
4000 PSI
SAE O-Ring Boss
(Steel) & Gates
Adapterless >
4000 PSI
1/16 Inch
ft-Lb
ft-Lb
ft-Lb
ft-Lb
ft-Lb
Min
Max
Min
Max
Min
Max
Min
Max
-3
12
14
16
Max
8
10
14
16
18
20
-4
10
11
5
6
-5
13
15
7
9
-6
17
19
12
15
18
20
24
26
24
26
-8
34
38
20
24
32
40
37
44
50
60
-10
50
56
34
40
46
56
50
60
72
80
-12
70
78
53
60
65
80
75
83
125
135
65
80
160
180
-14
10
Min
-16
94
104
74
82
92
105
111
125
200
220
-20
124
138
75
83
125
140
133
152
210
280
-24
156
173
79
87
150
180
156
184
270
360
-32
219
243
158
175
Table 4-13. Torque Specifications For DIN 24, DIN 60,
and Inverted Cone Style Coupling Terminations
Table 4-14. Torque Specifications For 4-Bolt Flange
Connections
DIN 24, DIN 60, and Inverted Cone
4-Bolt Flanges
Size
Torque
Dash Size
Bolt Size
Torque
mm
ft-Lb
1/16 Inch
Inch
ft-Lb
-8
0.31
17
-12
0.38
26
-16
0.44
43
-20
0.50
65
-24
0.63
130
-32
0.75
220
Light Series
Tube OD
Heavy
Series
Tube OD
Min
Max
6
7
15
8
15
26
10
8
18
30
12
10
22
33
14
12
26
37
15
14
30
52
16
30
52
18
20
44
74
22
25
59
89
28
30
74
111
38
74
162
35
133
184
42
148
221
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1.
Align faces and finger tighten bolts before
applying final torque in a pattern. The seal faces
must be parallel with even bolt tension to seal
properly.
2. Torque values apply to bolts which are plated or
coated in light engine oil.
3. Before assembly lubricate O-Ring with light oil
(SAE 10W or 20W).
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Specifications
Table 4-15. Torque Specifications For SAE Male
Flareless Assembly (MFA)
Table 4-17. Torque Specifications For BSP 30°
Inverted Cone and JIS Coupling Terminations
SAE Male Flareless Assembly (MFA)
BSP 30° Inverted Cone and JIS
After hand tight rotate nut one full turn (8 flats)
Dash Size
Torque
mm
ft-Lb
Table 4-16. Torque Specifications For NPTF Dry Seal
Pipe Threads
1/16 Inch
Min
Max
NPTF
-2
7
9
1.
Dash Size
Max Torque
-4
11
18
1/16 Inch
ft-Lb
-6
19
28
-2
20
-8
30
36
-4
25
-10
37
44
-6
35
-12
50
60
-8
45
-16
79
95
-12
55
-20
127
152
-16
65
-24
167
190
-20
80
-32
262
314
-24
95
-32
120
Table 4-18. Flats Method Values For Selected
Terminations
The torque values obtained from tightening pipe
threads can vary considerably depending on
thread condition. Adequate sealing can occur at
values much lower than the maximum values listed
above. Only enough torque to achieve adequate
sealing should be used.
Flats Method Values
Termination
Type
Dash Size
Flats
1/16 Inch
2. When using a male tapered pipe thread with a
female straight or parallel pipe thread, maximum
values are 50% of those listed in the table.
3. If thread sealant is used, maximum values shown
should be decreased by 25%.
1.
JIC
4
1.5 - 1.75
JIC
6
1.0 - 1.5
JIC
8
1.5 - 1.75
JIC
10
1.0 - 1.5
JIC
12
1.0 - 1.5
JIC
16
.75 - 1.0
JIC
20
.75 - 1.0
JIC
24
.75 - 1.0
JIC
32
.75 - 1.0
JIS
4
.5 - 1.5
Seal faces must be in contact and the fitting fully
hand tightened before marking flats.
2. Flats method is most accurate for the first
assembly cycle, for multiple disassembly/
assembly cycles torque values are more reliable.
3. Tightening 2 flats or more is analogous to sever
over torque and may damage seal faces.
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Determining Torque Setting
Equations
There are several methods of determining the correct
setting on the torque wrench when using a crowfoot. All
of the methods involve making the setting proportional
to the effective change in length of the wrench multiplied
by the desired final torque.
Equation 1
Torque setting if the crowfoot is placed in line with
respect to the wrench:
TS = TD * L / LA
or
L
TS = TD * L / (L+E)
Equation 2
E
Torque setting if the crowfoot is placed at 90° with
respect to the wrench
TS = TD * L / LH
or
LA
4
TS = TD * L / √(L2 + E2)
Equation 3
To estimate the crowfoot size (E)
E = Drive Size * 0.5 + Distance between Drive &
Open End + Wrench Size * 0.5774
LH
Measurements Needed
Figure 4-5
L = Distance from center of torque wrench handle to the
center of socket drive
E = Distance from center of socket drive to the center of
crowfoot
LA = Distance from center of torque wrench handle to
the center of crowfoot
LH = Distance from center of torque wrench handle to
the center of crowfoot, when mounted at 90°
TD = Desired torque at the fitting
TS = Torque setting indicated on wrench
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NOTES
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Section 5
Component Location
Page
Component Location. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-1
Control Panels. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-2
Left Operator Control Panel. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-4
Remote Video Monitor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-6
Switch and Indicator Panel. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-8
Travel Control Panel. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-10
TopCon V Control. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-12
Sifter Remote Control. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-16
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Control Panels
2
3
4
5
1
Location of Control Panels
Figure 5-1
1 - Travel Control Panel
2 - Remote Video Monitor
3 - TopCon V Control
4 - Switch and Indicator Panel
5 - Auger / Feeder Control Panel
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Table 5-1. Control Panels
ITEM NO.
CONTROL NAME
FUNCTION
1
Travel Control Panel
Contains direction and speed control joysticks, gear selection (Figure 5-2),
(see Sand Shark Operation in Section 6)
2
Remote Video Monitors
Shows images from remote cameras located around the machine (Figure
5-3)
3
TopCon V Control
Controls Moldboard depth front of Sand Shark, (Figure 5-6)
4
Switch and Indicator
Panel
Contains various switches and indicators (Figure 5-4), (see Sand Shark
Operation in Section 6)
5
Auger / Feeder Control
Panel
Contains the Auger/Feeder control levers and battery disconnect switch
(Figure 5-2), (see Sand Shark Operation in Section 6)
5
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5-4
STARTING INFORMATION
1 - Plus One Status Light
2 - 2-Speed Switch
3 - Forward / Reverse Joysticks
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Le non-respect de cette règle risque d’entraîner des blessures graves, voire mortelles.
NE PAS enclencher l’interrupteur de neutre/anti-rampement sur une pente.Bien
connaître le manuel d’opérations avant de se servir de la machine.
L’état de Californie a déterminé que les gaz d’échappement des moteurs diesel et
certains de leurs éléments constitutifs sont à l’origine de cancers, de malformations
congénitales et d’autres lésions des organes reproducteurs.
AVERTISSEMENT
Si no se cumple con esta disposición, se puede causar la muerte o lesiones graves.
RUN
NO conectar el interruptor de neutro/sin movimiento con la máquina en una pendiente.
Familiarizarse con el manual del operador antes de usar la máquina.
El combustible diesel y algunos de sus componentes son conocidos en el Estado de
California como causantes del cáncer, defectos congénitos y otros tipos de toxicidad
reproductiva.
2
Failure to comply could result in death or serious injury.
DO NOT operate this machine without first fully understanding the contents of the
operator’s manual.
Diesel engine exhaust and some of its constituents are known to the State of California
to cause cancer, birth defects, and other reproductive harm.
WARNING
La chaîne d'alimentation et les leviers d'entraînement doivent être au
point mort pour le démarrage de la machine.
INFORMATIONS SUR LE DÉMARRAGE
La cadena del alimentador y las palancas de mando deben estar en
punto muerto para arrancar la máquina.
INFORMACION DE ARRANQUE
Feeder chain and drive levers must be in neutral to start machine.
Component Location
Left Operator Control Panel
FORWARD
3
2-SPEED
REVERSE
HIGH
STOP
LOW
4
PLUS ONE
STATUS LIGHT
1
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Left Operator Panel
Figure 5-2
4 - Run / Stop Switch
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Table 5-2. Left Operator Panel
ITEM NO.
CONTROL NAME
FUNCTION
1
Plus One Status Light
Indicates when Plus One is active
2
2-Speed Switch
Press up for High speed. Press down for Low speed
3
Forward / Reverse
Joysticks
Control left and right track speed and direction (see Sand Shark Operation
in Section 6)
4
Run / Stop Switch
Move switch to the STOP position to stop the 3000SS Sand Shark with
Sand Sifer from traveling and to deactivate the console.
NOTE: Switch must be in the STOP position before exiting the unit. Place
joysticks in the neutral position before releasing the STOP button, failing to
place joysticks in a neutral will cause unit to resume its previous speed and
direction prior to stopping the unit.
NOTE: If the position of the joysticks has NOT changed from the time that
the RUN/STOP switch is moved to the STOP position and then later
switched to the RUN position, then 3000SS Sand Shark will resume
travel at the same speed of travel when the switch is set to the RUN
position.
If the position of the joysticks HAS changed from the time that the
RUN/STOP switch is moved to the STOP position then later switched
to the RUN position, the 3000SS Sand Shark travel function will be
temporarily disabled until joysticks are returned to the NEUTRAL
position.
Sudden deceleration will occur when Run / Stop Switch is
moved to the STOP position when travelling at high speeds. Operator
may be thrown from seat causing personal injury. Operator must always
secure seat belt while operating the 3000SS Sand Shark.
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Component Location
Remote Video Monitor
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Location of Controls
Figure 5-3
1 - Monitor
2 - LED Indicator Light
3 - CAM Select
4 - Menu
5 - (-) Minus
6 - (+) Plus
7 - MIR/NOR
8 - Day/Night Sensor
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Table 5-3. Main Dash Panel
ITEM NO.
CONTROL NAME
FUNCTION
1
Monitor
Displays menu items, camera views
2
LED Indicator Light
Indicates when CCTV is ON
3
CAM Select
Toggles between CAM1/CAM2
4
Menu
Selects and navigates menu items
5
(-) Minus
Navigates menu items
6
(+) Plus
Navigates menu items
7
MIR/NOR
Toggles between MIRROR and NORMAL view modes
8
Day/Night Sensor
Automatically adjusts brightness of monitor
5
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Switch and Indicator Panel
1
1
10
2
3
5
7
9
10
10
10
10
6
8
10
10
4
10
10
11 13
15
17
19
25
15
15
10 12 14
16
18
10
25
15
10
10
10
30
20
15
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
MAIN
CONVEYOR
BOX BLADE
RIGHT
LEFT
WIPER
WASHER
DEFLECTOR
LIFT
HOPPER
DUMP
18
WIPER
WASHER
SIFTER
LOWER
RETURN
FRAME
HITCH
W
R
12
17
OFF
ON
16
S
T
A
R
T
13
15
14
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Location of Controls
Figure 5-4
1 - Circuit Breaker Resets
10 - Hitch Switch (Raise/Lower)
2 - Display Screen
11 - Frame Switch (Raise/Lower)
3 - Front Wiper/Washer
12 - Sifter System Switch
4 - Box Blade Right (Up/Down)
13 - Horn Button
5 - Box Blade Left (Up/Down)
14 - Key Switch
6 - Main Conveyor Lift
15 - Front Work Light Switch
7 - Hopper Dump / Return
16 - Rear Work Light Switch
8 - Hopper Lift / Lower
17 - Beacon Light Switch
9 - Deflector Switch
18 - Rear Wiper/Washer
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Table 5-4. Main Dash Panel
ITEM NO.
CONTROL NAME
FUNCTION
1
Circuit Breaker Resets
Press to reset tripped circuits
2
Display Screen
Visual display of Tachometer, Voltmeter, Fuel Level, Temperature Gauge,
Pressure Gauge and Warning Indicators
3
Front Wiper/Washer
Rotate CW to turn wipers on. Press button to activate Washer.
4
Box Blade Right (Up/
Down)
Press up to lift Right Box Blade. Press down to lower Right Box Blade.
5
Box Blade Left (Up/
Down)
Press up to lift Left Box Blade. Press down to lower Left Box Blade.
6
Main Conveyor Lift
Press up to lift conveyor. Press down to lower conveyor.
7
Hopper Dump / Return
Press up to dump (tilt down) hopper contents. Press down to return (tilt up)
hopper contents.
8
Hopper Lift / Lower
Press up to lift Hopper. Press down to lower Hopper.
9
Deflector Switch
Controls the main deflector position. Up moves deflector up. Down moves
deflector down.
10
Hitch Switch (Raise/
Lower)
Press up to raise hitch. Press down to lower hitch.
11
Frame Lift / Lower
Switch (Raise/Lower)
Press up to lift frame. Press down to lower frame.
12
Sifter System Switch
Press up to turn vibrating screen system on. Press down to turn screen
system off.
13
Horn Button
Press to sound horn.
Starts engine.
14
Key Switch
15
Front Work Light Switch Press up to turn on Front Work light. Color should be white.
16
Rear Work Light Switch
Press up to turn on Rear Work light. Color should be red.
17
Beacon Light Switch
Press up to turn on beacon light.
18
Rear Wiper/Washer
Rotate CW to turn wipers on. Press button to activate Washer.
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Component Location
Travel Control Panel
CUTTING
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7 - Engine Throttle
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8 - Remote Signal
4 - Conveyor Speed Pot
9 - Engine Alarm
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REMOTE
SIGNAL
REM
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AUGER//
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Location of Controls
Figure 5-5
Component Location
Table 5-5. Main Dash Panel
ITEM NO.
CONTROL NAME
FUNCTION
1
Auger / Conveyor
Switch
Push up to start AUTO mode for Auger / Conveyor. Push down to start
MANUAL mode for Auger / Conveyor.
2
Conveyor Switch
Push up to turn on Conveyor. Push down to turn off Conveyor.
3
Auger Switch
Push up to turn on Auger. Push down to turn off Auger.
4
Conveyor Speed Pot
Turn clockwise (CW) to increase Forward rotation Auger speed. Turn
counter-clockwise (CCW) to increase Reverse rotation Auger speed.
5
Auger Speed Pot
Turn clockwise (CW) to increase Forward rotation Auger speed. Turn
counter-clockwise (CCW) to increase Reverse rotation Auger speed.
6
Cutting Edge Switch
Push up to raise Cutting Edge. Push down to lower Cutting Edge.
7
Engine Throttle
Up to Increase. Down to decrease.
8
Remote Signal
Signal light that indicates when Sifter Remote Control (Figure 5-7) is in use.
9
Engine Alarm
Provides audible warning when coolant temperature is too high or if engine
oil pressure falls below required limit
10
E-STOP
Depress to deactivate machine. Twist clockwise (CW) to release. This
must be released to allow 3000SS Sand Shark with Sand Sifter to function.
Pressing the E-STOP will shut off fuel supply to the engine and will stop all
hydraulically driven systems. See ”Braking” on page 6-4
The E-STOP remains in a locked down position until it is
manually released. The E-STOP remains in a locked down position until
it is manually released. Engine will not start with the E-STOP engaged.
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Component Location
TopCon V Control
1
2
3
4
5
10
6
9
8
7
TopCon V Controls
Figure 5-6
1 - LCD (Liquid Crystal Display)
6 - Set/Menu Button
2 - Jog Switch
7 - Grade Adjustment LED
3 - Auto/Manual Button
8 - Grade Adjustment Knob
4 - Survey/Indicate Button
9 - Power Switch
5 - Elevation Button
10 - Light Sensor for LCD Display
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Table 5-6. TopCon V
ITEM NO.
CONTROL NAME
FUNCTION
1
LCD (Liquid Crystal
Display)
The LCD allows the operator to view text and graphic symbols that
represent elevation or slope settings that TopCon V is currently maintaining
for the Sand Shark
2
Jog Switch
Raises and lower moldboard elevation.
• To raise moldboard cylinder, push switch up.
• To lower moldboard cylinder, push switch down.
3
Auto/Manual Button
Automatic Mode
The moldboard lift cylinders are automatically adjusted up or down to
maintain proper grade.
Press the red button. The red LED will light up showing that the Control Box
is in Auto Mode.
Manual Mode
TopCon V will display grade corrections but the moldboard cylinders will not
be adjusted.
Press the Red Button. The red LED will NOT be lit, showing that the Box is in
Manual Mode.
4
Survey/Indicate Button
Survey
Survey is used to quickly “Null Out”, or set the sensor to On-grade.
Push button for 1 second until box beeps and green On-Grade Correction
Display bar is illuminated.
Indicate
Indicate Mode allows the operator to continuously monitor the grade or
slope setting on the LCD.
Continue pressing on the button until there is a second beep. “IND” will
be shown in the LCD display. There will be no Grade lights. To exit out of
Indicate Mode push either the Survey button or the Auto Button.
NOTE: By entering Indicate Function, TopCon V will be taken out of
Automatic Mode.
5
Slope/Elevation Button
The Slope/Elevation button is used to select TopCon V for slope or elevation
control.
Slope Mode - Press the button and the yellow LED next to the Cross Slope
Symbol will illuminate.
Elevation Mode - Press the button again and green LED next to the Elevation
Symbol will illuminate.
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Component Location
TopCon V Control (continued)
1
2
3
4
5
10
6
9
8
7
TopCon V Controls
Figure 5-6
1 - LCD (Liquid Crystal Display)
6 - Set/Menu Button
2 - Jog Switch
7 - Grade Adjustment LED
3 - Auto/Manual Button
8 - Grade Adjustment Knob
4 - Survey/Indicate Button
9 - Power Switch
5 - Slope/Elevation Button
10 - Light Sensor for LCD Display
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Table 5-6. TopCon V
ITEM NO.
6
CONTROL NAME
Set/Menu Button
FUNCTION
The Set/Menu button has two functions.
Set Mode
Set is used to change the reference number viewed on the display to a
desired value.
Press and hold the Set/Menu button and dial in desired value using the
Grade Adjustment Knob.
Both the Grade Correction Indictor Lights and the Double Arrows will be
lit.
Release the Set/Menu Button and the value will be saved.
NOTE: Using Set will not change the existing moldboad cutting depth, it only
changes the reference number viewed on the display.
Menu Mode
(See Accessing System FiveTM Performance Settings)
7
Grade Adjustment LED
LED light indicates status of slope and grade based on distance feedback
from sonic sensors.
8
Grade Adjustment Knob This knob is used to make measured adjustments to the Cross Slope
or Elevation settings and allows the operator to cycle through the menu
options.
• Knob adjusts the grade height for when Elevation Control is selected.
• Knob adjusts the percentage of slope when Cross Slope Control is
selected.
Grade Adjustment Direction Arrows
These red arrows light up around the Grade Adjustment Knob to indicate the
direction the knob should be rotated to reach On Grade.
A Rotate the knob counterclockwise to reach grade.
B Rotate the knob clock wise to reach grade.
9
Power Switch
The Power Switch for TopCon V.
• Press “|” on the switch to turn the Box on.
• Press “O” on the switch to turn the Box off.
10
Light Sensor for LCD
Display
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Component Location
Sifter Remote Control
1
8
2
7
6
3
5
4
Sifter Remote Control
Figure 5-7
1 - Remote Power ON / OFF Switch
5 - Hopper DUMP / RETURN Switch
2 - Horn Button
6 - Hitch UP / DOWN Switch
3 - Status Light
7 - Hopper LIFT / LOWER Switch
4 - Right Box Blade UP / DOWN Switch
8 - Left Box Blade UP / DOWN Switch
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Table 5-7. Sifter Remote Control
ITEM NO.
CONTROL NAME
FUNCTION
1
Remote Power Switch
Press to right to turn ON remote functions. Press to left to turn OFF remote.
2
Horn Button
Press to make Sand Shark horn sound.
3
Status Light
Blue LED indicates when remote is communicating with receiver unit on
Sand Shark.
4
Right Box Blade Switch
Press up to RAISE Right Box Blade. Press down to LOWER Right Box Blade.
5
Hopper Dump Switch
Press up to DUMP (tilt down) hopper contents. Press down to RETURN (tilt
up) hopper contents.
6
Hitch Switch
Press up to RAISE hitch. Press down to LOWER hitch.
7
Hopper Lift Switch
Press up to LIFT Hopper. Press down to LOWER Hopper.
8
Left Box Blade Switch
Press up to RAISE Left Box Blade. Press down to LOWER Left Box Blade.
5
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Section 6
Operation
Page
Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-1
Introduction. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-2
Inspection Before Initial Start-Up. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-2
Daily Inspection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-3
Sand Shark Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-3
Start-Up Procedure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-3
Braking. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-4
Parking Brake . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-4
Selecting High Or Low Speed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-4
Forward And Reverse . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-4
Increasing Travel Speed. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-5
Feeder Chain. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-5
Discharge Conveyor Belt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-5
Conveyor Lifting And Lowering. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-5
Stopping The Engine. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-5
Moldboard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-5
Sifting - Option 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-6
Sifting - Option 2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-6
Transporting. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-7
Sifter Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-7
Feeding And Discharging Connections. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-7
Basic Feed Criteria . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-7
Sifter System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-8
Sifter Operating. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-9
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Operation
Introduction
Daily inspection and servicing at required intervals is
necessary for the safe operation and maximum service
life of the 3000SS Sand Shark with Sand Sifter and its
components.
Only qualified persons should service
the 3000SS Sand Shark with Sand Sifter. Contact
your authorized LeeBoy Dealer for necessary
training.
Do not smoke when performing
inspections or servicing unit. Flammable liquids are
present.
Inspection Before Initial StartUp
The following inspection by the operator is essential.
This inspection should be performed on a daily
basis. Procedures for performing the inspections are
described in the this manual, (see Maintenance in
Section 7).
Visually inspect the unit for familiarization and to check
its general condition. Continue with a check of special
systems and components.
Table 6-1. Operator Inspection
INSPECT
PROCEDURE
Before operating the 3000SS Sand Shark with Sand
Sifter, you must read the following safety information and
review Safety in Section 2.
Hydraulic
Tank
Check the tank on the right side of cab
for oil level and for any leaks. Use EAL
224H All Weather Hydraulic Oil.
Daily inspection and servicing at required intervals is
necessary for the safe operation and maximum service
life of the 3000SS Sand Shark with Sand Sifter and its
components.
Fuel Tank
Check for adequate fuel supply. Tank is
located on left side of the cab.
Do not smoke when performing
inspections or servicing unit. Flammable liquids are
present.
Engine
Crankcase
Check oil level with dipstick
Radiator
Check coolant level
Operation Hazard! Never allow anyone
who is not properly trained to operate this Sand
Shark. Only authorized personnel who are properly
trained in the operation of the Sand Shark can
operate the 3000SS Sand Shark with Sand Sifter.
Battery
Make sure that all cables are tight
and clean. Check for corrosion on the
battery terminals.
Air Cleaner
Check the air filter element and hose
connections. Air cleaner has both a
primary and secondary filter.
Planetary
Check oil level. (Drain and replace after
the first 50 hours).
Operation Hazard! Never leave
machine unattended with keys in ignition. Operator
must be seated in operator’s seat at all times when
keys are in ignition. Before leaving machine operator
must return joysticks to neutral position, move RUN/
STOP switch to STOP position, and remove engine
ignition keys.
Operation Hazard! Do not operate a
Sand Shark that requires repairs or scheduled
maintenance. Put an information tag on the
instrument panel that says “DO NOT OPERATE.”
Remove the key from the ignition switch. Repair all
damage at once and perform routine maintenance.
Minor damage can result in major system failure.
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Check the oil level at the plug. Oil should
Pump Drive flow out at proper level (85W90).
Drain Plugs Make sure plugs are in and tight
Engine Belt Check for proper tension of belt
Grease
Fittings
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Ensure fittings are greased and in good
working order
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Operation
Daily Inspection
Sand Shark Operation
Check the following items daily to maintain the life and
reduce the maintenance cost of your 3000SS Sand
Shark with Sand Sifter.
Start-Up Procedure
Table 6-2. Daily Inspection
INSPECT
PROCEDURE
NOTE: Refer to Table 5-1. Control Panels for additional
control information.
NOTE: The engine will not start unless the CONVEYOR
SPEED POT, AUGER SPEED POT (Figure
5-5,4,5), and Forward/Reverse Direction Control
joysticks (Figure 5-2,3) are all in the Neutral
position.
Hydraulic
Oil Level
Observe the gauge attached to the side
of the hydraulic tank. Use EAL 224H All
Weather Hydraulic Oil.
Hydraulic
Cylinders
Inspect all cylinders to ensure there are
no leaks as a result of sand abrasion.
Feeder
Bushings
(lube daily)
Lubricate with specified grease (see
Maintenance Adjustments in Section
7)
2. Check that E-STOP (Figure 5-5,10) is engaged
(pushed down).
Fuel
Supply
Check the fuel gauge on the gauge
panel
3. Check that Forward/Reverse Direction control
joysticks (Figure 5-2,3) are in Neutral (N) position.
Engine Oil
Level
Measure on right side of the engine.
Open the access door to access the
dipstick. Pull out the dipstick and make
sure the oil is clean and falls between
the two marks on the dipstick (see
Engine Maintenance in Section 7).
4. Set the MAIN CONVEYOR LIFT and DEFLECTOR
switches to the “Center” position.
Coolant
Level
(see Radiator Check in Section 7)
Never remove radiator
cap when hot. Serious burns can
result from the hot liquid.
Air Cleaner Located on top of the cleaner. When
Indicator
indicator is “RED”, the air filters need to
be replaced .
Indicator can be reset by pressing the
button on top of the indicator.
1.
Check that CONVEYOR SPEED POT and AUGER
SPEED POT are in the Neutral (N) position.
If engine does not start, do not keep
Ignition Key in Start position for more than 30
seconds. Release key and wait at least 2 minutes
before trying to starting again.
5. Turn the “Ignition” key switch (Figure 5-4,14)
clockwise to the start position.
6. When engine starts, adjust throttle for a reading of
1500 RPM as shown on the RPM gauge (Figure
5-4,2). (Be careful not to over rev engine when
warming up.)
NOTE:(Low Idle 950, High Idle 2350)
Engine Belt Must be checked for wear and proper
Tension
tension (see Engine Drive Belt in
Section 7).
Conveyor
Belt
Must be centered (see Conveyor Belt
Centering in Section 7). Check
belt for proper alignment and wear (see
Conveyor Belt in Section 7).
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Operation
Braking
Selecting High Or Low Speed
Braking is accomplished by pushing the Forward/
Reverse Direction Control joysticks (Figure 5-2,3) back
to Neutral to slow down travel speed.
When using the High/Low toggle switch
to change from low to high speed, or high to low
speed, the vehicle must be stopped and the Forward/
Reverse Direction Control joysticks (Figure 5-2,3)
set to the Neutral position.
Sudden deceleration could cause
operator to be thrown from seat causing personal
injury. Operator must secure seat belt while
operating of the 3000SS Sand Shark.
In emergency situations the fail-safe brake can be
applied by pushing down on the E-STOP (parking
brake), or switch to the “Stop” position. Once “Stop”
mode has been engaged, it is recommended to adjust
the Forward/Reverse Direction Control joysticks to the
neutral position to prevent unintended motion once the
machine is put back into “Run” mode. Failure to adjust
the Forward/Reverse Direction Control joysticks to
the neutral position will cause the machine to resume
it’s previous travel speed once “Run” mode is reactivated. Pressing the E-STOP will disable all machine
functionality and it will be necessary to release the
E-STOP before restarting the machine. (Figure 5-5,10).
Parking Brake
The 3000SS Sand Shark with Sand Sifter is equipped
with an E-STOP (Figure 5-5,10) located to the right of
the operator. This push-button brake should only be
used for emergency stopping or after being stopped for
parking. This push-button, when engaged, will hold the
vehicle from moving. To engage the brake, press down
on the E-STOP.
NOTE:To release the brake, turn the button clockwise
and pull the push-button up. E-STOP must
be released to have Sand Shark and Sifter
functionality.
The High/Low Gear Shift toggle switch (Figure 5-2,2),
is located below the Joysticks on the left operator
control panel. It controls the low and high ranges on the
2-speed motor.
NOTE:Do not operate in high gear. High gear is for
traveling. only.
Forward And Reverse
Rapid counter-rotation in either
direction, clockwise or counterclockwise could
result in operator being thrown from machine
resulting in personal injury or death. Counterrotation is defined as either one joystick in extreme
forward position and opposite joystick in extreme
rear position, or steering wheel is in extreme right or
left turn position while machine is in gear and moving
forward or reverse. Make only slow adjustments to
joysticks or steering wheel to turn machine.
The 3000SS Sand Shark with Sand Sifter is equipped
with a Forward/Reverse variable speed hydraulic motor
and a two-speed motor. The Forward/Reverse Direction
Control joysticks (Figure 5-2,3), located to the left of the
operator, control the speed of the hydraulic pump . This
pump will control the speed of travel either in forward or
reverse.
A toggle switch located to the left of the operator seat
selects either high or low speed in the two-speed motor.
Braking is accomplished by returning the Forward/
Reverse Direction Control joysticks (Figure 5-2,3)
to Neutral (center position). As the joystick is moved
toward Neutral the speed of travel will slow allowing the
operator to choose the speed desired. In case of an
emergency, the E-STOP (Figure 5-5,10) may also be
used to stop the machine.
Sudden deceleration could cause
operator to be thrown from seat causing personal
injury. Operator must secure seat belt while
operating of the 3000SS Sand Shark.
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Operation
Increasing Travel Speed
The travel speed is determined by the setting of the
Throttle switch and the position of the HIGH/LOW speed
switch. The TWO SPEED switch is usually set to the
High-speed position for transporting the machine a long
distance.
Feeder Chain
The auger and feeder system picks up the material
and transfers it on the discharge conveyor belt. The
AUGER SPEED pot (Figure 5-5,5), on the right side of
operator’s station determines the speed of the auger
chain. Turning the pot back to neutral slows and stops
the feeder chain. Rotate counter-clockwise (CCW) from
center to run feeder chain in reverse.
Discharge Conveyor Belt
Never use hands to free a clogged belt.
Keep clothing and hands away from moving belt.
The Discharge CONVEYOR SPEED pot (Figure 5-5,4)
is the outer pot to the right of the operator. When the pot
is turned clockwise (CW), the belt will move to discharge
material to the sifter or truck. The belt speed is
controlled by how far the pot is turned from Neutral and
the engine RPM. By turning the pot counter-clockwise
(CCW), the belt will run in reverse. Running the belt in
reverse should only be done to unclog a belt. If the pot
is set at 0 (neutral position) the conveyor belt will not
turn.
Conveyor Lifting And Lowering
If the conveyor is being raised to
perform work under the conveyor, be sure to insert
the safety pins (Figure 6-1), into the cylinders.
Conveyor should be in the down position for
transporting.
Conveyor Safety Pins
Figure 6-1
Stopping The Engine
1.
Throttle back to idle by moving the throttle switch to
the minimum RPM (turtle) position.
2. Move the Forward/Reverse Direction Control
joysticks (Figure 5-2,3) to the Neutral position.
3. Turn Ignition key on instrument panel
counterclockwise (CCW) to the OFF position and
remove key.
Moldboard
(Machine Setup Moldboard & Feeder)
It is important to set up the 3000SS before operating to
ensure that the 3000SS can be operated as designed.
The set up should be checked daily to ensure that there
is no interference between moldboard and feeder.
1.
Place machine on a flat surface.
2. Raise the rear of the main conveyor into the work
position and pin conveyor.
Lifting and lowering the discharge conveyor is done
by the CONVEYOR LIFT switch (Figure 5-4,6) on the
console to the right of the operator’s station. This is a
three position toggle switch with the center position Off.
When the switch is set to the Up position, the conveyor
is raised. When the switch is set to the Down position,
the conveyor is lowered.
3. Lower the cutting edge to the ground so that cutting
edge is flat on the ground, (Do not Float), (Figure
5-5,6).
4. Adjust feeder height off the transition plate to 1 1/2”
to 2” using nut 1 in Figure 6-2.
The conveyor must be raised to allow a truck or sifter to
be positioned under the conveyor. Lower the conveyor
when transporting. Always pin conveyor in position when
operating the Sand Shark.
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Operation
Sifting - Option 1
1.
Raise the main conveyor. Install locking pins at
required working height.
2. Raise the sifter height via the hitch cylinder.
3. Set desired deflector position (typically all the way
down).
4. Raise the Sand Shark RPM to full throttle and
ensure that the machine is operating in low gear.
5. Turn on the sifter.
6. Set the main conveyor speed to desired value.
7. Turn on paddles and set them to the desired speed.
8. Ensure that the cutting blade is in the center
position.
9. Turn on TopCon V system.
10. Make sure Top Con is operating in “grade” mode.
11. Slowly move forward while adjusting the cutting
depth to the desired level.
NOTE:Cutting too deep, too quickly can make it difficult
to level the system once desired depth is
achieved.
12. Once at desired depth, lower the depth wheel so
that the tire is resting on the uncut sand.
Roller Assembly Adjustment
Figure 6-2
13. Ensure that the Top Con sonic tracker is tracking
the depth wheel arm.
5. Align position indicators in Figure 6-3.
14. Press the “survey” button.
15. At this point the machine should be on grade, if not,
adjust depth with the fine control knob until machine
is on grade.
16. Once the machine is on grade, press the “auto”
button.
17. Continue to move forward at a rate that does not
overload the sifter.
18. Adjustment to cutting depth can be made utilizing
the fine control knob.
19. If the machine begins to track with a “cork-screw”,
adjust the cutting edge to return to level cutting.
Sifting - Option 2
1.
Follow the first 15 steps of Sifting Option 1 but
continue to operate the machine in manual mode.
Cutting Edge Position Indicator
Figure 6-3
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Transporting
Sifter Operation
When transporting the 3000SS Sand Shark on a trailer,
the vehicle should be large enough to safely handle
the size and weight of the Sand Shark in all driving
situations.
Feeding And Discharging
Connections
1.
Push the Run/Stop switch to off postion. (Figure
5-5,10) .
2. Use enough chains to secure the Sand Shark to
make sure that it will not move while transporting.
Use the factory tie downs (Figure 6-4).
The Sifter is equipped with feed wear plates fabricated
from heavy steel to receive material fed from the Sand
Shark. These feed wear plates absorb the initial force of
falling material thereby preventing wear to the remainder
of the unit.
The correct feeding to the Sifter is very important to
obtain maximum performance (see Sifter System in
Section 6).
Basic Feed Criteria
NOTE:To make use of the full potential of your vibrating
screen, it is to the operator’s advantage to limit
the feed volume flow rate to a value where the
greatest amount of material is in direct contact
with the vibrating screens without allowing
unsifted material to pass into the hopper.
1.
1
2. Material should not strike the top screen directly. .
Typical D Ring For Tie Down
NOTE:A heavy feed can force “near-size” particles to
lodge into the openings of the screen resulting in
reduced efficiency.
Figure 6-4
Material is fed to the center of the feed plate at a
rate moderate enough to avoid spilling over the
sides.
1 - Typical D Ring Tie Down
3. Flow of material should be full width of the screen.
4. Material depth on the screen should NOT be too
great as to allow the fine material to “ride over” into
the hopper along with coarse material.
NOTE:The screen openings are determined by the type
of material to be sifted. Machine travel speed
while cutting should be determined based on
size of debris to be removed.
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NOTE: The feed material should be fed onto feed plate
in a direction parallel to the side of the sifter.
Oblique material flows will increase the wear rate
of the sifter.
NOTE: On no account should a column of material be
allowed to form above feed plate, or material be
allowed to drop from any height greater than 12 in
(305mm) onto feed plate or screen panels.
6
8
7
5
Conveying Mode
Figure 6-5
1
1
3
3
4
2
1
1
Correct Feed Arrangements
Figure 6-7
1 - Feed Plate
2 - Vibrating Feeder
3 - From Conveyor or Hopper
4 - Angled Chute (Variable)
5 - Dirt Box Feed
To start sifter vibration system, press Sifter switch
(Figure 5-4,12) up.
6 - From Conveyor
To stop sifter vibration system, press Sifter switch
(Figure 5-4,12) down.
7 - 2-Way Dirt Box Feed
8 - Conveyor Head Drum
Retaining Mode
Figure 6-6
Sifter System
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Sifter Operating
Before operating the Sifter unit supplied with the
3000SS Sand Shark, be sure the unit is connected
properly (see Inspection Before Initial Start-Up in
Section 6).
Do NOT attempt to disconnect or
perform maintenance on the sifter unit while it is
running.
NOTE:Sand Shark cab operations can be controlled
from inside the tractor cab (Figure 5-4) or
outside with the supplied remote control (Figure
5-7).
1.
Press the Sifter System Switch UP to start the sifter
vibration system. (Figure 5-4,12)
2. Position the Box Blade at the required height using
the Left Box Blade Switch (Figure 5-4,5) and Right
Box Blade Switch (Figure 5-4,4).
The operator must ensure all
personnel are clear of the sifter and box blade
before moving and operating the unit.
3. Raise or Lower the hitch as needed using the Hitch
Switch (Figure 5-4,10) to keep the sifter unit close
to level for increased efficiency.
NOTE:The hitch receiver on the Sand Shark can
also be adjusted up and down for more height
adjustment.
4. Adjust the material feed rate so there is optimal
coverage across most of the vibration screen (see
Basic Feed Criteria in Section 6).
5. Press the Sifter System Switch DOWN to stop the
sifter vibration system. (Figure 5-4,12)
Leveling Sifted Material
After the material is sifted, it is dropped out the bottom
of the sifter unit where it will be leveled, or “screeded”.
There are three (3) main components used to screed
the sifted material.
1.
Under the sifter in front of the axles are deflector
plates on each side that channel the material toward
the center of the sifter. These plates are NOT
adjustable.
2. Located between the wheels is an adjustable strikeoff plate. The strike-off plate is accessible from the
front of the sifter and can be adjusted up or down by
removing the attaching bolts and re-attaching using
a different set of holes in the frame.
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3. The box blade at the rear of the sifter unit is used
to screed the sifted material to its final height. Each
side of the box blade is adjusted up and down
independently to better match the slope of the
ground. The box blade height can be controlled
from inside the Sand Shark cab (Figure 5-4) or
outside with the supplied remote control (Figure
5-7).
Dumping
There is a hopper at the rear of the sifter unit between
the vibration screen and the box blade to catch the
coarse material. When the hopper is full, follow these
steps to empty the hopper.
Failure to follow these steps exactly
will result in damage to the machine and may cause
injury to any persons in close proximity.
All personnel performing this
operation MUST be familiar with the safety
requirements and hazardous areas of the sifter unit.
1.
Turn the sifter vibration screen OFF using the Sifter
System Switch. (Figure 5-4,12)
2. Lower both sides of the box blade until they touch
the ground using the Box Blade Left and Box Blade
Right switches. (Figure 5-4,4,5)
Failure to keep the blade clear of the
hopper can result in machine damage.
3. Raise the hopper to its highest position using the
Hopper Lift/Lower switch (Figure 5-4,8).
4. Press the Hopper Dump / Return switch UP to dump
the contents then press the switch down to return
the hopper to its upright position.
NOTE:For complete removal of material, this step may
have to be repeated several times (Figure
5-4,7). The switch can also be jogged to “shake”
the hopper.
5. Once the material has been dumped, lower the
hopper using the Hopper Lift / Lower switch (Figure
5-4,8)
6. After the hopper is returned to its original position,
start the sifter vibration screen and return the box
blade to its operating height.
NOTE:Additional information regarding the sifter unit is
available in the manufacturers supplied manual.
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Section 7
Maintenance
Page
Maintenance. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-1
Routine Maintenance. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-3
General Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-3
Maintenance Schedule . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-3
10 Hour or Daily Routine Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-3
50 Hour Routine Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-4
250 Hour or Quarterly Routine Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-4
500 Hour or Semi-Annual Routine Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-4
Maintenance Check Procedures. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-5
Radiator Check. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-5
Engine Air Filter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-5
Engine Maintenance. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-6
Fuel System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-7
Hydraulic System. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-8
Sifter Tire Pressure. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-10
Battery Servicing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-10
Machine Lubrication. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-12
Lubrication Points . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7-12
Maintenance Adjustments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-14
Conveyor Belt Centering. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-14
Chains. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-15
Moldboard Cutting Edge. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-15
Conveyor Paddle Blade . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-15
Engine Drive Belt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-16
Charge Filter. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-16
Hydraulic Cylinder Replacement. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-16
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Conveyor Head Pulley Bearing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-17
Muffler. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-17
Radiator Hoses And Radiator. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-18
Safety Label Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-18
Track and Sifter. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-19
Change Hub Oil . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-19
Track Adjustment. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-19
Wear Charts. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-19
Lubrication. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-21
Sifter Bearing Housing Replacement. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-21
Bearing Replacement Using Existing Housing . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-22
Counterweights . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-23
Screen Panel Tensioning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-24
Motor External Wiring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-24
Spreader Bar. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-24
Screen Removal and Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-25
Installation For Decks With Screens. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-28
Installation For Decks Without Screens . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-28
Fines Pan Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-29
Ball Installation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-29
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Maintenance
This section gives the necessary procedures for routine
and general maintenance on the 3000SS Sand Shark
with Sand Sifter.
Follow all the Maintenance Schedules and Maintenance
Procedures to maintain the machine in top operating
order.
Do not substitute fasteners of any kind
unless the fasteners are equal in size and grade as
original equipment.
Routine Maintenance
General Information
MAINTENANCE must be a planned program that
includes periodic machine inspection and lubrication
procedures.
The MAINTENANCE program must be done, based
on the machine’s “Operating Hours”, recorded on the
hourmeter, or based on the “Periodic Schedule’’, which
is done at time intervals of weekly, monthly or yearly.
The MAINTENANCE program is divided into two
subsections: The Maintenance Schedule and the
Maintenance Procedures.
Maintenance Schedule
NOTE: When performing any routine maintenance such
as 10, 100, 250, and 1000 hours, always include
previous routine maintenance hours to the
higher hourly schedule.
10 Hour or Daily Routine
Maintenance
1.
Check Engine Oil. Refer to Engine Check
Procedures in this section.
2. Check Coolant Level. Refer to Radiator Check
Procedures in this section.
3. Check Air Filter Gauge. Refer to Air Filter Check
Procedures in this section.
General Information
The Maintenance Schedule lists the recommended time
intervals between machine maintenance inspections
and lubrication procedures (see Lubrication Point
Schedule in Section 7). Table 7-1 gives inspection
and lubrication information for the 3000SS Sand Shark
with Sand Sifter.
The “Hour” and “Periodic” time periods list most service
intervals. The maintenance schedule begins with ten
hours, or daily, maintenance intervals and continues
through the 1,000 hours, or annual, maintenance
schedule intervals.
NOTE: If the machine is operated more than ten hours
per day, follow the “Hour” schedule. If the
machine is operated less than ten hours per
day, follow the “Periodic” schedules, where they
apply.
The changing of oil and cleaning of the
Sand Shark should only be done in a designated area
that can contain the oil and chemicals involved in any
maintenance requirement. These by-products should
be discarded In accordance with environmental
regulations.
Preventive maintenance on the 3000SS Sand
Shark with Sand Sifter will provide years of
trouble-free operation.
4. Check Hydraulic Oil Level. Refer to Hydraulic Oil
Check Procedures in this section.
5. Check Conveyor Belt Alignment. Refer to Conveyor
Belt Check Procedures in this section.
6. Check Battery Cables for Wear. Visually check
cables and cable connections to battery. Also check
battery terminal for corrosion.
7. Check Hydraulic Hoses for Leaks. Visually check all
hose connections.
Do not use hands on any hydraulic
hose, fitting or system component to check the
system for possible leaks. Serious injury can result
from an oil leak under high pressure. Oil can be
injected under the skin by high pressure. Protect the
eyes by wearing safety glasses.
8. Clean cylinder rods to ensure no sand is present.
NOTE:Adjustment can be performed in the field with
ordinary hand tools.
Engine preventive maintenance, other than oil,
air, and fuel filter changes is not covered in this
section. Refer to engine operator’s manual for
engine service information.
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50 Hour Routine Maintenance
1.
Grease All Fittings Except Bearings. Refer to
Lubrication Procedure in this section (see
Lubrication Points in Section 7).
250 Hour or Quarterly Routine
Maintenance
1.
Perform the 250 hour preventive maintenance as
described in the engine operator’s manual.
500 Hour or Semi-Annual
Routine Maintenance
1.
Perform the 500 hour preventive maintenance as
described in the engine operator’s manual.
2. Drain and Flush the Hydraulic Tank. A drain plug is
located on the bottom of the tank for this purpose.
The recommended hydraulic oil is Exxon, EAL 224H
All Weather Hydraulic Oil (environmentally friendly
oil) or equivalent.
2. Check Air Cleaner.
3. Change Engine Oil.
Improperly serviced air cleaners wear
out engines--FAST! In just a few hours a small
amount of dirt will wear out a set of piston rings!
Refer to your engine operator’s manual for service
information. Also, perform any other engine
preventive maintenance as described in the engine
operator’s manual.
NOTE:To ensure complete removal of contaminants
in the oil, perform the oil change while engine is
warm. After draining used oil, clean and reinstall
drain plug and fill crankcase to the full mark
with manufacturer’s recommended oil. Change
oil filter at each oil change (see Lubricant
Specifications in Section 4).
3. Check all Decals and Nameplates (Figure 2-1).
Replace if any are missing or damaged.
4. Anytime the Sand Shark has been repainted or the
decals have been removed, damaged or can’t be
read, a new set of decals should be ordered and
reinstalled for safe operation.
4. Check head lamps to ensure secure mounting and
good working order.
5. Check Filler Cap, breather caps and grease fittings.
Repair or replace if necessary.
6. Check for loose, missing, damaged, or corroded
parts. Repair or replace as necessary.
7. Perform any other engine preventive maintenance
as described in the engine operator’s manual.
8. Check Pump Drive Gear Oil Level. Refer to Pump
Drive Check Procedures in this section.
9. Check Planetary Hub Fluid Level. Refer to Planetary
Hub Check Procedures in this section.
10. Check Sifter Tire Pressure. 33-36 PSI.
11. Replace Fuel Filters.
12. Replace Hydraulic Oil Filter.
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Maintenance Check
Procedures
Engine Air Filter
Radiator Check
The radiator fill cap is located behind a small access
door marked RADIATOR. To check the radiator or add
coolant proceed as follows:
1.
Open the access door to access the radiator cap
(Figure 7-1).
Do not remove the radiator cap while
the engine is still hot. The radiator is under pressure
and the hot water can cause serious injury to all
persons around.
2. Remove the cap to check and fill radiator. Remove
the cap only when the unit is cool. Coolant level
should be visible when looking into radiator cap
opening.
3. If coolant level is low, add coolant. Do not overfill.
The air filter indicator is located on the intake of the
air filter (Figure 7-2). As the air filter becomes more
clogged, the air pressure increases causing the red flag
in the indicator to become visible. When this occurs the
air filter must be cleaned or replaced as follows:
1.
Remove the wing nut (Figure 7-2), securing the
cover on the filter housing then remove the cover.
2. Remove the nut securing the outer filter and remove
the outer filter.
3. Remove the nut securing the inner filter and remove
the filter.
4. Replace the inner filter and secure with the nut.
5. Replace outer filter and secure with the nut.
6. Install cover and secure with the nut.
7. Reset the filter indicator by pressing down on the
button on top of the indicator.
3
1
4
2
1
7
Engine Radiator Fill Cap
5
Figure 7-1
Engine Air Filter
1 - Fill Cap
Do not exceed overflow level mark, this
will prevent sucking air in radiator.
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Figure 7-2
1 - Indicator
2 - Outer Filter Primary
3 - Cover
4 - Wingnut
5 - Inner Filter Secondary
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Engine Maintenance
General Information
The following engine maintenance information will cover
general engine maintenance procedures most often
required.
2. To check the engine oil, pull dipstick out of the
engine and check that oil level is near the full mark
on the dipstick (Figure 7-3). If oil level is low add
engine oil.
For additional, very specific, engine maintenance
information, see the current “OPERATION AND
MAINTENANCE MANUAL” -Cummins QSB4.5 Series
engine.
Engine Lubrication Oil
Checking the Engine Lubrication Oil Level The engine
lubrication oil must be kept at a level above the “ADD”
mark, but not above the “FULL” mark, on the engine
lubrication oil dipstick (Figure 7-4).
To accurately check the engine lubrication oil level, put
the machine in a “level” position and stop the engine.
Clean the area around the engine lubrication oil dipstick
before removing the dipstick from the engine. Wait five
minutes after engine shutdown, before removing the
dipstick from the engine and checking the oil level.
NOTE: The above procedure will help to remove the
possibility of filling the engine with too much
lubrication oil, by allowing the oil to return to the
oil pan.
Stop the engine before checking the
engine lubrication oil level. With the engine running,
hot oil can be thrown causing serious injury.
To check the engine oil proceed as follows:
1.
1
2
Engine Oil Dipstick And Fill Cap
Figure 7-3
1 - Dipstick
2 - Fill Cap
3. To add oil remove the fill cap located next to the
dipstick. Twist to remove cap and twist to install (use
15W40 Motor oil).
Lift engine cover located on the right side rear of
machine to access the oil dipstick.
NOTE: Oil should be warm when checking oil level.
Dipstick
Figure 7-4
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Changing the Engine Lubrication Oil
The engine lubrication oil must be changed according to
the interval given in the current Cummins Diesel engine
“OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL”.
NOTE: The color of the engine lubrication oil cannot be
used as an indication of the need for an engine
lubrication oil change. The use of an engine
lubrication oil “analysis service” is the only
alternate reason for not following the required
engine lubrication oil change schedule.
Do not change the engine lubrication
oil when the engine and lubrication oil are hot.
Change when warm only. Hot oil can cause serious
injury.
Do not change the engine lubrication
oil with the engine “running”. Serious engine damage,
or failure will occur. Clean the area around the
engine lubrication oil dipstick and oil filler cap before
removing the dipstick, or oil filler cap.
With the engine “stopped”, and the engine lubrication oil
“warm”, proceed as follows:
1.
Changing The Engine Lubrication Oil
Filter
NOTE: The engine lubrication oil filter must be changed
when the engine lubrication oil is changed.
Do not change the engine lubrication
oil when the engine and lubrication oil are hot.
Change when warm only. Hot oil can cause serious
injury.
Do not change the engine lubrication
oil filter with the engine running. Serious engine
damage, or failure, will occur.
With the engine “stopped” and filled with new engine
lubrication oil, proceed as follows:
1.
Wipe the area around the engine lubrication oil filter
element and its mounting base, with a clean cloth.
2. Place a container under the filter element.
3. Use a filter removal wrench to loosen and remove
the filter element by turning it in a counterclockwise
direction of rotation. Drain and discard the removed
filter element.
Clean the area around the engine lubrication oil
drain plug located on the engine oil pan.
NOTE: Be sure the used rubber gasket is removed and
discarded with the filter element.
2. Place a container, having a capacity of 15 quarts
(14.2 liters), sufficient to hold the drained oil, directly
under the engine lubrication oil drain plug.
4. Wipe the inside area of the lubrication oil filter head
using a clean lint free cloth.
3. Carefully remove the engine lubrication oil drain
plug.
5. Put clean engine lubrication oil on the rubber gasket
area of the new filter element. Fill the new filter
element with correct, new, and clean oil.
4. Drain all of the engine lubrication oil into the
container.
6. Install the new filter element onto the filter head.
Carefully tighten the filter element, by hand only.
NOTE: For steel pans, torque the drain plug to 59 ft-lb
(80 N.m). For aluminum pans, torque the drain
plug 44 ft-lb (60 N.m).
NOTE: Tighten the filter element as directed on the filter
element, by the filter manufacturer.
Do not over tighten the drain plug.
5. Clean, install and carefully tighten the lubrication oil
drain plug to the correct torque.
6. Be sure that a new oil filter has been installed.
7. Fill the engine to the correct oil level, 11.6 quarts (11
liters), with the correct engine lubrication oil, 15W40.
8. Install the engine lubrication oil dipstick.
Fuel System
Fuel Tank
The fuel level is indicated on the gauge panel FUEL
gauge and indicates the amount of fuel in the tank.
Fill the fuel tank “FULL”. Also fill the tank, to “FULL”,
before the machine is stored for the night to reduce the
accumulation of moisture in the tank, from condensation.
Fuel capacity is 104 gallons.
Do not start the engine before
changing the engine lubrication oil filter. Follow the
procedures given in this section and in the current
Cummins engine manual.
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The operator must be off of the
machine while fuel is added. No smoking while filling
the fuel tank. All fuels for internal combustion
engines are flammable. Fill the fuel tank only in a
designated area with good ventilation. Have a fire
extinguisher available. Never fill the tank near an
open flame, or near equipment that can create
sparks. Never check fuel level or check for fuel leaks
with an open flame.
Hydraulic System
General Information
The hydraulic oil tank level indicator (Figure 7-5) is
located on the hydraulic oil tank at the right of machine.
Keep the proper level. Check oil level every morning
with machine cold and fill as necessary. Machine holds
52 gallons (see Lubricant Specifications in Section
4).
Engine Fuel Filters
The fuel filter element must be replaced as directed in
the current Cummins engine manual. Replace the fuel
filter using the following “general” procedure and very
specific information given in the current engine manual.
Diesel fuel is very flammable. Use
extra caution.
Do not change the fuel filter with the machine
running.
Do not change the fuel filter in an area near an open
flame.
1
Do not smoke while changing the fuel filter.
Do not spill fuel.
1.
Hydraulic Oil Level Indicator
Stop the engine.
Figure 7-5
2. Put a container under the fuel filter, before removing
the filter element.
3. Wipe the area around the fuel filter element and the
element mounting head, using a clean lint free cloth.
4. Use a filter removal wrench to loosen and
remove the element, by turning the element in a
counterclockwise direction. Drain and discard the
removed element.
5. Wipe the inside area of the filter head with a clean
“lint free” cloth. Fill the “new” fuel filter element
completely full of the correct and clean fuel. Put
clean fuel on the element rubber gasket.
6. Install the “new” fuel filter element onto the filter
head. Carefully tighten the element by hand only.
Tighten the fuel strainer or the fuel
filter element as directed on the filter element, by the
filter manufacturer. Do not over tighten the fuel filter
element onto the filter head.
7. Start the engine and check for any fuel leaks.
Stop the engine immediately if any fuel
leakage is noted. Do not start the engine until the
leakage problem is corrected.
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1 - Indicator Glass.
Checking The Hydraulic Oil Level And
Adding Hydraulic Oil To The Hydraulic
Oil Reservoir
Check the hydraulic reservoir oil level daily by observing
the indicator glass located on the end of the hydraulic
tank (Figure 7-6). Check the oil level when the hydraulic
oil is at “normal” operating temperature only.
Do not loosen, or remove the hydraulic
oil reservoir filler cap when the hydraulic oil is hot.
Always loosen the filler cap slowly to relieve any
pressure in the hydraulic oil reservoir.
Only loosen the filler cap when the oil is at a warm
temperature.
If the hydraulic oil level is low on the indicator,
the correct filtered hydraulic oil (see Lubricant
Specifications in Section 4) must be added to the
hydraulic oil reservoir.
Do not over fill the hydraulic oil
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Do not use unfiltered hydraulic oil.
The new hydraulic oil must be filtered before it enters
the hydraulic oil reservoir. Keep the oil level of the
hydraulic oil reservoir at the correct level. An air space
is designed into the hydraulic oil reservoir and allows for
oil expansion, at warm temperatures.
The hydraulic oil reservoir will have a low pressure in it
at system operating temperatures.
Changing The Hydraulic Oil
Changing the hydraulic oil removes the accumulation
of dirt, water and mechanical wear particles from the
hydraulic oil reservoir and system.
The chemical structure of the hydraulic oil also changes
after continuous use in the system and new, clean
and filtered oil is a must to help insure further correct
operation of the hydraulic system.
Hydraulic oil which has oxidized or
which contains contamination, of any type, can
shorten the expected service life of any, or all, of the
components in the hydraulic system.
5. Fill the hydraulic oil reservoir with the correct,
filtered hydraulic oil (see Lubricant Specifications
in Section 4).
Do not overfill the hydraulic oil
reservoir with oil.
6. Check the oil level in the hydraulic oil reservoir,
again. Add oil if needed.
7. Install the hydraulic oil reservoir filler cap and tighten
securely.
8. Start the engine using the correct procedures.
Check the hydraulic system for any leaks.
Do not use hands on any hydraulic
hose, fitting or system component to check the
system for possible leaks. Serious injury can result
from an oil leak under high pressure. Oil can be
injected under the skin by high pressure. Protect the
eyes by wearing safety glasses.
Stop the engine immediately if any
hydraulic leak is noted. Do not start the engine until
any problem noted has been corrected.
Use the following procedures to change the hydraulic oil
in the hydraulic oil tank (Figure 7-6).
1.
Stop the engine. Allow the hydraulic oil to cool, until
it is at a warm temperature only. Slowly loosen, and
then remove, the hydraulic oil reservoir filler cap
(2). Put a CLEAN, lint free cloth over the reservoir fill
tube opening and secure in place with tape.
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Do not drain the hydraulic oil from the
reservoir when it is hot. Hot hydraulic oil can cause
serious injury. Drain at a warm temperature only.
1
2. Carefully remove the drain plug from the hydraulic
tank. Use a drain collection device of sufficient
capacity, 52 gallons (196.8 liters), to collect the
hydraulic oil. Allow all of the hydraulic oil to drain
from the reservoir and into the container.
Do not fill the hydraulic oil reservoir
with new hydraulic oil until the strainer has been
serviced.
Hydraulic Oil Tank
Figure 7-6
1 - Indicator Glass
3. Install the hydraulic oil reservoir drain plug (Figure
7-6), and tighten securely.
4. Carefully remove the cloth from the hydraulic oil
reservoir fill tube opening.
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Maintenance
Changing The Hydraulic Oil Strainer
Battery Servicing
The oil strainer is mounted in the oil filler opening under
the filler cap.
Batteries contain sulfuric acid and
normally produce explosive gases that can cause
serious injury. Therefore, do not allow flames or
sparks to come near the battery.
Do not remove the hydraulic oil cap
from the reservoir when it is hot. Hot hydraulic oil can
cause serious injury. Allow hydraulic oil to cool down
to a warm temperature.
1.
Remove the hydraulic oil filler cap (Figure 7-6).
2. Remove the three screws securing the strainer,
then remove the strainer and the gasket.
3. Install a new gasket, aligning the three holes in the
gasket with the mounting holes on the reservoir.
4. Install the new strainer, aligning the holes in the
strainer with the mounting holes of the gasket and
secure the strainer with the three screws.
5. Fill the hydraulic oil reservoir with the correct,
filtered hydraulic oil.
When charging or working near a battery, always
shield your face and protect your eyes. In case of
acid contact with skin or eyes, flush immediately with
water for a minimum of 15 minutes and get prompt
medical attention. If acid is swallowed, call a physician
immediately.
The Sand Shark electrical system is a 12-volt negative
ground system (Figure 7-7). Keep sparks and flames
away from the battery as electrolyte gas is highly
flammable.
NOTE: When replacing the battery, discard the old
battery properly.
Do not overfill the hydraulic oil
reservoir with oil.
6. Check the oil level in the hydraulic oil reservoir,
again. Add oil if needed.
7. Install the hydraulic oil reservoir filler cap onto the
reservoir filler neck and tighten securely.
Sifter Tire Pressure
The tires should be maintained at the proper tire
pressure (33 to 36 PSI) Table 4-8. Miscellaneous
Specifications. This should be done once a month. If a
tire appears to be low when performing the daily check
of the machine, measure the pressure to be sure of
proper inflation, (see Miscellaneous Specifications in
Section 4).
Battery
Figure 7-7
When servicing the electrical system
or welding on the machine, always turn the Master
Disconnect switch to the OFF position to disconnect
the ground strap from the battery to prevent damage
to the machine electrical system. The Master
Disconnect switch is located on the conveyor control
panel on the left of the operator.
Before connecting the battery, be sure the Disconnect
switch is turned off. Be certain that the terminals
and battery posts are thoroughly cleaned and that
the battery cable terminals are tight. Dirty or loose
connections can create high electrical resistance and
permit arcing, which will quickly burn and pit terminals
and posts.
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NOTE: The electrical system is a negative ground
system. Connect the positive (+) cable to the
positive (+) post of the battery. Connect the
ground cable to the negative (-) post of the
battery. It is advisable to disconnect the negative
(-) cable first and connect it last. Reversed
polarity can damage the electrical system.
Keep the battery clean by washing it off whenever dirt
buildup is excessive. If corrosion is present around
terminal connections, remove them and wash with
ammonia solution or a solution consisting of 1/4 lb. (0.11
kg) baking soda added to one quart of warm water.
Make certain the vent caps are tight to prevent solution
from entering the cells. After cleaning, pour clean water
over the battery and surrounding area to wash the
solution away. Check vent cap breather openings to
make sure they are open.
Never disconnect the alternator with it operating.
Be certain the wiring is properly connected before
connecting the battery.
3. Always connect a booster battery in the proper
polarity. Negative (-) to negative (-) and positive (+)
to positive (+).
4. Always remove ground cable before welding
Be sure to keep the battery fully charged during cold
weather to keep it from freezing. Freezing weather has
little affect on a fully charged battery.
When using a booster battery, do not
attach the negative (-) cable from the booster battery
to the negative (-) post of the dead battery. A spark
could occur and cause an explosion of gases
normally present around the battery.
When connecting a booster battery, if necessary for
cold weather starting, connect one end of the first
jumper cable to the positive (+) terminal of the dead
battery and the other end to the positive (+) terminal of
the booster battery. Connect one end of the second
jumper cable to the negative (-) terminal of the booster
battery and the other end to the frame of the machine
with the dead battery.
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The alternator supplies electrical current for charging
the battery and ample electrical power to the electronic
controls. The built-in regulator in the alternator controls
the voltage output. If for any reason the wires must be
disconnected from the alternator, mark them so that
they can be reconnected properly. Use the following
precautions to prevent damage to the alternator and/or
regulator:
1.
An alternator is never to be polarized. Never ground
any alternator terminals or circuits.
2. Always disconnect the battery before disconnecting
or connecting the alternator.
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Maintenance
Lubrication Points
Machine Lubrication
Proper lubrication is necessary to maintain the machine
at top efficiency (see Table 7-1. Lubrication Point
Schedule).
13
7
6
9
12
5
1
8
11
10
2
4
3
Lubrication Points
Figure 7-8
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16
3
15
17
3
2
14
1
18
Sifter Lubrication Points
Figure 7-9
Table 7-1. Lubrication Point Schedule
ITEM NO. TYPE LUB
DESCRIPTION AND LOCATION
INTERVAL
A
Grease With Shell Avania EP Grease 2 Or Equivalent
Weekly
Legend
B
Spray With An Approved Release Agent or Chain Lube
Weekly
C
MOBIL SHC 460 (Synthetic Base Stock & Additives)
Weekly
1
A
Generic
Symmetric, Both Sides
2
A
Radiator Hinge
Two Hinges, High and Low
3
B
Generic
Symmetric, Both Sides
4
B
Frame Lift Pivot
Symmetric, Both Sides
5
B
Behind Tank
Symmetric, Both Sides
6
B
Generic
Symmetric, Both Sides
7
B
Generic
Symmetric, Both Sides
8
B
Generic
Symmetric, Both Sides
9
A/B
Generic
Symmetric, Both Sides
10
A
Head Pulley)
Symmetric, Both Sides
11
A
Auger Pointst
Multiple
12
A
Pillow Block
Symmetric, Both Sides
13
A
Feeder Adjuster
Symmetric, Both Sides
14
C
Bucket Lift Arm Pins
Symmetric, Both Sides
15
A
Bucket Dump Ccylinder Pin
Symmetric, Both Sides
16
A
Blade Lift Arm Upper
Symmetric, Both Sides
17
C
Sifter Bearings
Symmetric, Both Sides
18
A
Hitch Latch
Single location
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Maintenance
Maintenance Adjustments
Conveyor Belt Centering
All part item numbers in the following procedure refer to
the parts list for the HEAD PULLEY ASSEMBLY and the
associated drawing in the parts manual.
The conveyor belt must be kept centered at all times.
This should be checked visually daily. If the belt appears
not to be centered proceed as follow:
NOTE: This adjustment is made with the conveyor raised
and the belt running. The distance must be the
same on both sides of the belt.
Be sure safety pins have been inserted
to prevent conveyor from falling.
1.
Measure the distance from both sides of the belt to
the frame (Figure 7-10).
2. Determine which side has the belt closest to the
frame. The adjustment will be made on that side of
the belt. If the closest is the drive side proceed with
step 2. If the closest is the bearing side, proceed
with step 8.
3. Loosen cap screw (24) on both the top and bottom
of the drive assembly.
4. Loosen the jam nut (7) and adjust position of drive
by adjusting screw (12).
5. Allow conveyor to run several minutes and recheck
measurements.
Centering Measurement
Figure 7-10
6. If belt is not centered repeat step 3 and 4. If belt
appears to have moved more off center, adjust in
the opposite direction.
7. If belt is now centered, tighten jam nut (7) and top
and bottom cap screws (24).
8. Loosen bearing support cap screws (5) so bearing
position can be changed.
9. Loosen lock nut (7) and adjust bolt (6) as necessary.
10. If belt is not centered repeat step 8 and 9. If belt
appears to have moved more off center, adjust in
the opposite direction.
11. If belt is now centered, tighten jam nut (7) and top
and bottom cap screws (5).
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Chains
Moldboard Cutting Edge
All part item numbers in the following procedure refer to
the parts list for the CONVEYOR PADDLE ASSEMBLY
and the associated drawing in the parts manual.
Never work under machine without
blocking up moldboard.
The two chains for the conveyor paddle assembly must
be adjusted to provide 1” of play. Perform this adjustment
as follows:
1.
Check the amount of slack in the chains by pulling
up on the center of the chain and check for
approximately 1” of play. If the play is correct no
adjustment is required. If the chain has too much
slack proceed with step 2.
2. Loosen the nuts securing bracket and bearing.
3. Loosen the jam nut of screw .
4. On the drive side, loosen the screws securing the
top and bottom of the torque hub mount .
5. Loosen the jam nut on the adjusting screw for the
drive side.
6. Adjust both screws the same amount, trying to keep
both shafts in line with each other and to get the 1”
play required.
All part item numbers in the following procedure refer to
the parts list for the MOLDBOARD and the associated
drawing in the parts manual.
The moldboard cutting edge needs to be replaced when
worn. Replace the cutting edge as follows:
1.
Raise the moldboard off the ground.
Engine must be turned off and the
tracks blocked front and rear to prevent motion when
servicing the machine.
2. Turn off engine and block the wheels to prevent
movement while working on the machine.
3. Clean the area around the cutting edge (2).
4. Remove the eight plow bolts (3) and washers (4)
securing the cutting edge (2) to the moldboard
(1) and remove the cutting edge (2).Take note of
the plastic cutting egde slide plate and replace if
necessary also.
7. Tighten jam nuts.
5. Attach a new cutting edge (2) with the eight plow
bolts (3) and washers (4).
8. Tighten mounting bolts.
6. Torque plow bolts (3) to 105 ft-lb (145 N.m).
9. Recheck the chain for approximately 1” of slack. If
necessary repeat the procedure.
7. Lower moldboard and check to be sure moldboard
is flat on the surface.
Conveyor Paddle Blade
All part item numbers in the following procedure refer to
the parts list for the CONVEYOR PADDLE ASSEMBLY
and the associated drawing in the parts manual.
The paddle blade needs to be replaced when damaged.
Replace the paddle blade as follows:
Engine must be turned off and the
tracks blocked front and rear to prevent motion when
servicing the machine.
1.
Turn off engine while working on the machine.
2. Clean the area around the paddle blade (6).
3. Remove the four plow bolts and nuts securing the
paddle blade (6) to the chain assembly (5) and
remove the paddle blade (6).
4. Attach a new paddle blade (6) with the four plow
bolts and nuts.
5. Torque plow bolts to 150 ft-lb (205 N.m).
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Maintenance
Engine Drive Belt
Charge Filter
The engine drive belt should be replaced whenever
the belt appears frayed or cracked. This belt drives the
alternator as well as the cooling fan. Tension on the belt
is maintained by a spring-loaded tensioner.
There are two charge filters, one located on each side
of the machine. These filters should be changed every
1,000 hours when the hydraulic fluid is changed.
To replace the belt proceed as follows:
Removal
Engine must be turned off to prevent
motion when servicing the machine.
1.
Turn off engine while working on the machine.
NOTE: The spring-loaded belt tensioner must be pivoted
away from the drive belt. Pivoting in the wrong
direction can damage the tensioner.
2. Using a 3/8-inch square drive, lift the tensioner to
relieve pressure on the belt and remove the belt.
Hydraulic Cylinder Replacement
Before breaking any circuit
connection, make certain that power is off and the
system pressure has been released. Lower all
vertical cylinders, discharge any accumulators, and
block any load whose movement could generate
pressure.
Removal
NOTE: Plug and cap all lines and ports when
disconnected to prevent entry of dirt into the
system.
Installation
1.
1.
2. Disconnect and label the two hoses connected to
cylinder fittings.
Using a 3/8-inch square drive, lift the tensioner and
hold.
2. Install the drive belt as shown in Figure 7-11.
Place a container under the cylinder to catch any
hydraulic oil when the lines are disconnected.
3. Remove the two clevis pins and cotter pins,
securing cylinder.
4. Remove cylinder from machine.
Installation
1.
Install the two clevis pins and cotter pins to secure
the cylinder.
2. Connect the two hydraulic hoses.
3. Add hydraulic oil, if necessary.
4. Start the engine and operate the cylinder to check
for leaks and for proper operation.
5. Stop the engine.
Drive Belt
Figure 7-11
3. Release the tensioner being sure the tensioner is
properly pressing against the belt.
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Conveyor Head Pulley Bearing
Muffler
All part item numbers in the following procedure refer
to the parts list for the HEAD PULLEY ASSEMBLY (see
Head Pulley Assembly in Section 10)
All part item numbers in the following procedure refer to
the parts list for the MUFFLER ASSEMBLY(see Muffler
Assembly in Section 10).
This procedure should only be
performed with the equipment not operating.
This procedure should only be
performed with the equipment not operating and
cooled down. When the machine has been running
the muffler will be very hot.
Removal
1.
Check that machine is turned off and key is removed
from the ignition.
2. Remove the two caps screws (5) and the
associated hardware.
Removal
3. Slide the bearing (4) off the shaft (15) and remove
bearing from machine.
Installation
1.
The muffler is mounted to a plate with clamps (9) and
has a heat shield (5) on the outside. To replace the
muffler proceed as follows:
1.
Be sure engine is off and has had sufficient time for
the muffler assembly to cool down.
2. Loosen clamp (1) and disconnect exhaust flex pipe
(2).
Clean mounting surface.
2. Slide new bearing (4) onto shaft (15).
3. Install front cap screw (5) through bearing mount
and hole in frame.
4. Attach nut and washers to cap screw (5) but do not
tighten at this time.
5. Install rear cap screw through a washer, then
through adjusting bolt (6) and the mounting hole in
the frame.
3. Loosen clamp (6) and remove exhaust stack (7) with
rain cap (8).
4. Remove cap screws (14), washer (10), spacer tube
(4), washer (10) and nut (13).
5. Slide muffler (3) out of plate with clamps (9).
Installation
1.
Slide muffler (3) into plate with clamps (9).
2. Position muffler so that outlet is at right pointing up
and input is at left pointing down.
6. Attach nut and washers to cap screw (5).
7. Torque both nuts to 375 ft-lb (508 N.m).
3. Slide elbow with flex tube (2) on muffler inlet and
secure with clamp (1).
8. Lubricate bearing.
4. Attach muffler (3) and heat shield (5) using cap
screws (14) and washers (10) on outside of heat
shield and spacers (4) between heat shield and
clamp (9).
5. Secure muffler in clamp using washers (10) and nuts
(13).
6. Torque nuts (13) to 31 ft-lb (42 N•m).
7. Attach exhaust stack pipe (7) to muffler with clamp
(6).
8. Install rain cap (8) on top of exhaust stack pipe (7).
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Maintenance
Radiator Hoses And Radiator
All part item numbers in the following procedure
refer to the parts list for the GRILLE AND RADIATOR
ASSEMBLY and the associated drawing in the parts
manual.
This procedure should only be
performed with the equipment not operating.
1.
Turn off ignition, remove key, and allow the engine to
cool down before proceeding.
Do not remove the radiator cap while
the engine is still hot. The radiator is under pressure
and the hot water can cause serious injury to all
persons around.
2. After machine has cooled down, remove the radiator
cap (26).
3. Drain radiator into a suitable container large enough
to hold the radiator contents, 5.5 Gal (20.8 Liters).
10. Run the existing belt (1) so that the belt joint is in a
location suitable for removal.
11. Remove belt lacing pin (2) and then remove old or
damaged belt.
12. Install new belt using come a longs or rope to thread
the new belt into position to lace together.
13. Secure the two ends of the new belt together with
lacing pin (2).
14. Check that new belt is properly adjusted and stays
centered. If belt requires adjustment, refer to the
adjustment procedure in this section.
Safety Label Installation
Anytime the 3000SS Sand Shark or Sand Sifter has
been repainted or the safety labels have been removed,
damaged or can’t be read, a new set of labels should be
ordered and reinstalled for safe operation (see Safety
Label Locations in Section 2).
4. To remove upper hose (6), loosen the two hose
clamps and disconnect the hose. If clamps are not
damaged, retain for installation.
1.
5. To remove lower hose (9), loosen the two hose
clamps (10) and disconnect the hose. If clamps are
not damaged, retain for installation.
2. Determine the exact position by taking
measurements and test fitting before you remove
the backing paper.
6. Remove radiator cap (26).
3. For decals with no top protection paper, determine
the decal location and remove the smallest portion
of the split backing paper.
7. Remove overflow hose (24) by removing clamp (25).
8. Remove the hardware attaching the radiator (1) to
grille and radiator support (2,3).
9. Remove radiator.
When installing, bolt radiator mounts
to bottom of radiator before frame to prevent
binding.
Conveyor Belt
All part item numbers in the following procedure refer
to the parts list for the TAIL PULLEY GROUP and the
associated drawing in the parts manual.
The conveyor belt weights
approximately 400 lbs. Belt replacement will require
more than one person.
When installing a new belt, the old belt should be used to
pull the new belt onto the machine. For belt replacement
proceed as follow:
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Be sure that the installation area is clean and dry.
Use hot soapy water and dry the area thoroughly
before installing decals.
4. Align the decal over the specified area and carefully
press the small portion with the exposed adhesive
backing into place.
5. Peel back the remaining paper and carefully smooth
the remaining portion of the decal in place.
6. Small air pockets can be pierced with a pin and
smoothed out using the piece of decal backing
paper.
7. If the decal has a protective top paper, use hot
soapy water on the surface to which the decal is
being applied. Leave wet. After determining the
location, remove the backing paper and soak the
decal in clean soapy water before application. This
will help prevent air bubbles in the finished decal.
8. Smooth the decal into place with a sponge and
check for air bubbles. Small air pockets may be
pierced with a pin and smoothed out. When the
decal is completely smoothed out, carefully remove
the top paper.
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Track and Sifter
Change Hub Oil
Drain Oil
1.
Rotate gearbox until plug B is at the bottom in
vertical position.
2. Remove plug.
3. Install plug B after all oil has been drained.
Fill Oil
1.
Bearing Removal
Rotate gearbox until plug A is at the top in vertical
position.
Figure 7-13
1 - 3 5/8 Diameter Slug
2. Fill with 85W90 until it runs out of plug B.
2 - Blocks
3. Tighten both B and A plugs and let the gearbox run.
After a few minutes, stop and check oil level.
Wear Charts
4. If necessary, refill with oil.
A
A
B
1
2
B
Track Roller Wear
DRAIN
Figure 7-14
FILL
Track Hub Oil
Figure 7-12
1 - Track Roller
2 - Measurement
7
Track Adjustment
1.
Check regularly the SAG and the recommended
one for this size machine is 35mm.
2. Check the bolts after the first 150 hrs of life of the
machine and eventually torque properly. The next
torque checks need to be done every 500 hrs, but
a visual inspection is always recommended prior to
operating the machine (Figure 7-13).
3. Refer to track drive manufacturer technical manual.
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2
Top Roller Wear
Figure 7-15
1 - Top Roller
2 - Measurement
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Maintenance
Figure 7-18
1
2
Shoe Wear
Figure 7-19
Idler Wear
Figure 7-16
1 - Idler
2 - Measurement
Chain Pitch Wear
Figure 7-20
NOTE: The pitch of a single link is 171.45mm. The chain
pitch measure is taken in 4 consecutive sections.
Link Wear
Figure 7-17
Bushing Wear
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Table 7-2. Wear Chart
TRACK
ROLLER
TOP
ROLLER
IDLER
LINK
BUSHING
SHOE
CHAIN
PITCH
Measure
MM
IN
MM
IN
MM
IN
MM
IN
MM
IN
MM
IN
MM
IN
New
155.0
6.10
140.0
5.51
17.0
0.67
96.0
3.78
54.0
2.13
25.3
1.00
686.8
27.04
10%
153.8
6.06
138.9
5.47
17.3
0.68
95.4
3.76
53.6
2.11
24.0
0.95
688.0
27.09
20%
152.5
6.00
137.7
5.42
17.7
0.70
94.9
3.74
53.1
2.09
23.0
0.91
689.2
27.13
30%
151.5
5.97
136.6
5.38
18.1
0.71
94.3
3.71
52.5
2.07
21.5
0.85
690.4
27.18
40%
150.5
5.93
135.4
5.33
18.5
0.73
93.7
3.69
52.0
2.05
20.5
0.81
691.6
27.23
50%
149.7
5.89
134.2
5.28
18.9
0.74
93.3
3.67
51.5
2.03
19.0
0.75
692.8
27.28
60%
148.7
5.85
133.1
5.24
19.4
0.76
92.6
3.65
50.7
2.00
18.0
0.71
694.0
27.32
70%
147.6
5.81
131.9
5.19
19.8
0.78
92.1
3.63
49.7
1.96
16.5
0.65
695.2
27.37
80%
146.2
5.76
130.8
5.15
20.3
0.80
91.4
3.60
48.9
1.92
15.0
0.59
696.4
27.42
90%
145.2
5.71
129.0
5.08
21.1
0.83
90.8
3.57
47.6
1.87
14.0
0.55
697.6
27.47
100%
142.3
5.60
127.2
5.01
22.1
0.87
90.0
3.54
46.3
1.82
12.5
0.49
698.8
27.51
110%
139.8
5.50
125.4
4.94
23.3
0.92
89.3
3.52
45.1
1.78
11.5
0.45
701.6
27.62
120%
137.5
5.41
123.5
4.86
24.5
0.97
88.6
3.49
43.7
1.72
10.0
0.39
704.2
27.72
NOTE: The wear chart is referring to normal impact terrain. 5. Remove (8) 5/8-11 x 2-1/2” long bolts from bearing
housings.
Lubrication
6. Remove weight guard housing.
Bearing lubrication is extremely critical, due to heavy
loading and vibration. Please read and maintain the
following steps for good maintenance.
7. Install (4) 1/2-13 x 4” pusher bolts; proceed with
removal of bearing housing from shaft. Block shaft
to maintain position.
Grease installed at factory: Mobil SHC 460
8. The shaft should be inspected at this time. If the
shaft has wear from the bearing having spun, or
grooves at the seal locations, it should be replaced.
NOTE: Blending of greases of a different detergent base
is likely to result in a marked deterioration of
lubricity with the risk of premature bearing failure.
In the event that a grease other than Mobil SHC
460 is used, the bearing must be flushed and
cleaned completely, then repacked with the new
type of grease.
Add 5 grams every 40 hours, equal to 4 full pumps from
Midwestern ind. Supplied grease gun.
Generally, smaller amounts of grease at more frequent
Intervals is best for any greasing schedule see Table
7-1. Lubrication Point Schedule.
Sifter Bearing Housing
Replacement
1.
Remove belt guard, belts, and pulley (If drive side).
2. Remove weight guard covers.
10. Install bearing housings with (8) new 5/8-11 x 2-1/2”
grade 8 Bolts and 5/8” camlock washers, torque to
170 ft. Lbs. Lubed or 220 ft. Lbs. dry.
11. Clean the grease line by pumping in fresh grease,
then install the grease line into the bearing housing.
Complete bearing housings are packed at the
factory, and need no further grease at installation.
12. Install the weights in the same position they were.
The weights need to be set the same on both sides
of the MEV (see Counterweights in Section 7).
3. Remove weights.
4. Remove grease line.
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9. The shaft must be clean, then install the bearing
housing. The bearing is self aligning, and must
remain straight while installing. If the bearing needs
to be aligned, rotate the inner race. Do not force
the bearing into alignment by pounding, as this will
damage the bearing. (For units that are used with
large amount of water apply Aviation FORM-AGASKET Sealant Liquid between bearing housing
and side sheet before continuing with step 10.)
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Maintenance
13. Install the weight guard covers.
14. Install pulley on shaft and align pulley with sheave on
motor (Figure 7-21).
15. Install belts and tension (Figure 7-21).
5. The housing must be cleaned, any burrs removed,
and the grease holes cleaned out.
16. Install belt guard.
6. Install a new seal in the housing, the seal is to
be installed with the writing on the seal facing up
toward the bearing (Figure 7-23).
1
7. Heat the housing to 200°F.
2
8. Lay the housing face up, start the bearing in as
straight as possible. The bearing should drop in. If
not, apply some pressure to the outer race of the
bearing, NEVER PUSH ON THE INNER RACE, as
this will damage the bearing. If the bearing comes
out of alignment, it can be aligned by rotating the
bearing. Do not force the bearing into alignment by
pounding, as this will damage the bearing.
Belt Installation
Figure 7-21
1 - Sheaves
2 - Deflection of 1” at 5 lbs
Bearing Replacement Using
Existing Housing
1.
4. The housing needs to be inspected. If the bearing
spun in the housing, or if there are other signs of
severe damage such as heavy gouging, or cracks,
the housing needs to be replaced.
Remove the bearing housing cover.
2. Heat the bearing housing to 250°F.
3. Turn the housing upside down. The bearing can be
removed by using a 3 5/8” dia. slug thru the bore,
and applying pressure. The seal should be removed
at this time (Figure 7-22).
9. The bearing must be packed with new grease. This
can be done by installing a grease fitting into the
housing. Use the fitting on the top of the housing
(do not use the fitting on the bottom). As grease is
pumped in, rotate the inner race until the bearing is
full of grease.
10. The seal in the bearing cover should be replaced
with the writing on the seal facing in toward the
bearing, and a new O ring installed.
11. Install the spacer ring, then the bearing cover, and
torque bolts (see Screen Removal and Installation
in Section 7).
12. Follow instructions in Sifter Bearing Housing
Replacement.
1
2
Bearing Removal
Figure 7-22
1 - 3 5/8 Diameter Slug
2 - Blocks
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1
2
4
Counterweights
1.
Add-on weights can be bolted on either side or both
sides of base weight.
3
2. Keep 2 bolts in plates at all times.
5
3. Add-on weights must be exactly same on each side
of unit.
6
4. Adding additional weights other than those supplied
by Midwestern will automatically void warranty.
NOTE:Torque to 110 ft-lbs. (5/8-11 bolt, 5/8 camlock).
4
7
8
9
1
10
Bearing Assembly
Figure 7-23
1 - Bearing Cover
2 - O-Ring
3 - Cover Seal
4 - Writing on seal facing toward bearing
5 - Spacer Ring
6 - Bearing
7 - Bearing Seal
8 - Grease Fitting
1 - Standard Counterweight
9 - Bearing Housing
2 - Add-On Weights
10 - Relief Fitting
3 - Fixed Weights
2
3
7
Counterweights
Figure 7-24
NOTE:The base weights on both sides must be the
same thickness if add-on weights are used, they
must be the same on both sides of the unit.
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Maintenance
Screen Panel Tensioning
Screen panel tensioning is one of the most important
aspects of any screening equipment. Insufficient
screen tension causes not only poor separation and
noisy operation but can destroy a screen panel. The
Sand Sifter is designed for easy screen changing and
tensioning.
Proper screen panel tension is based on wire diameter
of a given screen. As the Sand Sifter uses three or four
draw bar studs with heavy-duty coil springs, proper
tension is determined as the springs are compressed to
a specific length.
8. Tighten the tension nuts evenly starting from the
center to the outside until the tension springs
compress to the proper dimension.”Table 4-8.
Miscellaneous Specifications” on page 4-5
9. Replace safety guard bars and jam nuts.
10. New screen panels tend to relax and break in
initially. Their tension should be checked several
times after operating by simply holding the
gauge next to each spring and verifying proper
compression.
Motor External Wiring
The screen tensioning drawing in this section indicates
proper positioning of tension gauge (Figure 7-29).
Included are listings of all tensioning dimensions for
Sand Sifter screens. Supplied with each Sand Sifter is a
“T”-bar, and two flat bars to facilitate the installation and
removal of finer “limber” screens.
Starting and over-load control devices must be matched
to motor rating. For safety or convenience, they may
need to be installed some distance from the motor.
Follow the control manufacturer’s instruction to make
proper installation and connections.
Also if ball trays are used, when screens have worn
check to make sure no ball’s have been lost, if so, follow
ball installation (see Ball Installation in Section 7).
1.
The following are basic screen
changing steps:
1.
Observe the following:
Momentarily energize the motor to check that
rotation is in the proper direction.
2. Motor is 1800 R.P.M. unit is sheaved to run at 1250
R.P.M. max.
Spreader Bar
Remove jam nuts and safety guard bar.
1
2. Loosen tensioning nuts and push draw bar forward.
It is not necessary to remove tension springs, nuts,
or washers completely.
3. Unhook old screen at discharge end and slide out
the back of unit.
4. Slide new screen into place using “T”-bar if
necessary (see Screen Removal and Installation
in Section 7). Fine mesh screens are reversible
and can be installed either end first.
5. For fine mesh screen installation install flat bars
before installing screen with “T”-bar (see Screen
Removal and Installation in Section 7).
6. Screens with a wire diameter of .092” and larger,
have a bend near one of the hooks. This hook goes
on the discharge end.
7. Make sure both hooks are properly seated and
continue to check these while tensioning is under
way. It is often suitable to bump hooks into place
with a mallet or hardwood block.
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Figure 7-25
1 - Spreader Bar
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Screen Removal and Installation
1.
1
Remove old screen.
2. Put flat bars in suggested location shown in drawing
(to help prevent screens from caching on pipes and
tension supports).
1
2
1
2
3. Slide new screen into place using “T” Bar as guide.
4. Make sure hook is properly seated at front tension
support.
3
4
5. Hook screen over angle Draw Bar. Make sure
screen and hook is preoperly seated.
5
6. Tighten screen to proper tension.
6
3
5
4
7
3
Screen Removal
Figure 7-26
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1 - “T” Bar
2 - Screen
3 - Draw Bar
4 - Flat Bar
5 - Back Tension Support
6 - Front Tension Support
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3
1
1
2
2
4
4
1
3
5
6
2
4
1
2
5
7
Screen Installation
Figure 7-27
1 - Screen
2 - Tension Tube
3 - Proper Installation
4 - Improper Installation
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Screen Installation Detail
Figure 7-28
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1 - Ledge Angle
2 - Rubber Piper Cover
3 - Support Pipe
4 - Side Sheet
5 - Rubber Edging
6 - Proper Screen Installation
7 - Improper Screen Installation
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7
4
1
6
2
7
3
2
3
5
1
6
Screen Tension Gauge
Figure 7-29
1 - Tension Gauge (2 1/8”)
2 - Screen
3 - Draw Bar Bolt
4 - Spring
5 - Washer
6 - Nut
7 - Guard Bar
5
4
5
6
Screens w/ .135” & Greater Wire Diameter Spacers
Used Instead Of Springs
Figure 7-31
Proper Tensioning Order for Draw Bar
Figure 7-30
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1 - Rubber Curtain
2 - Screen
3 - Studs
4 - Spacer
5 - Washer
6 - Nut
7 - Guard Bar
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Maintenance
Installation For Decks With
Screens
Installation For Decks Without
Screens
For use on Sand Sifter 5’X10’ 1-5 deck units.
For use on Sand Sifter 5’X10’ 1-5 deck units.
Curtain: 60 5/8” wide
Curtain: 60 5/8” wide
1.
1.
Install Screen.
2. Hook Screen on Draw Bar and tension to the
correct setting.
Apply curtain using necessary holes to Draw Bar
Studs.
2. Assemble Draw Bar with washers, springs, and nuts,
on studs.
3. Lay curtain on the screen back to the end of the
spring assembly.
3. Tension draw bar to blocks 2 1/4”.
4. Install guard bar making sure not to move curtain
(Figure 7-32).
4. Apply guard bar with remaining washers and nuts.
1
1
7
7
2
2
3
3
6
6
5
5
4
4
5
5
6
6
Spacer
Spring
Figure 7-33
Figure 7-32
1 - Rubber Curtain
1 - Rubber Curtain
2 - Block
2 - Screen
3 - Studs
3 - Studs
4 - Spacer
4 - Spring
5 - Washer
5 - Washer
6 - Nut
6 - Nut
7 - Guard Bar
7 - Guard Bar
8 - Tension Assembly
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Fines Pan Installation
Ball Installation
For use on Sand Sifter 5’X10’ 1-4 deck units.
1.
Curtain: 60 5/8” wide
2. Remove screen cloth from desired deck.
1.
3. Place elbow of ball distributor into compartment to
be filled.
Install Fines Pan.
2. Attach draw bar with second and fourth studs only
(torque to 130 ft lbs).
3. Lay curtain on the Pan Back to the end of the
tension assembly.
4. Attach guard bar making sure not to move curtain,
with the remaining three studs on the draw bar using
large washers and nuts (torque to 130 ft lbs).
Lock-out power to machine.
4. Drop required number of balls into pipe.
5. Turn pipe sideways to release balls.
6. Repeat procedure until all compartments have
recommended number of balls.
7. Replace screen cloth.
5. Remove nuts from the first two studs.
6. Reattach nuts using large washers (torque to 130 ft
lbs).
1
7. Attach second set of nuts (torque to 130 ft lbs).
1
2
7
7
6
3
2
3
4
6
7
5
Spacer
5
4
Figure 7-35
Spacer
1 - Ball Distributor
Figure 7-34
2 - Ball Tray Compartment
1 - Rubber Curtain
3 - 90° Elbow Glued To End Of Pipe
2 - Fines Pan
4 - Ball Tray Assembly
3 - Studs
5 - Back Tension Support
4 - Tension Assembly
5 - Washer
6 - Heat Pipe and Arch to Configuration of Deck
6 - Nut
7 - Guard Bar
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NOTE:Middle Ball Trays require 40 balls.
1
Feed End Ball Trays require 32 balls.
Discharge End Ball Trays require 16 balls.
Distribute balls evenly in all compartments.
2
3
Ball Compartments
Figure 7-36
1 - Middle Ball Tray
2 - Feed End Ball Tray
3 - Discharge End Ball Tray
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Table 7-3. Proper Tensioning for Tensil Bolting Cloth Screen Panels on MEV
MESH
WIRE DIA.
16 w/backup
18 w/backup
OPENING
0.0090
22 w/backup
0.0380
0.0075
30 w/backup
0.0268
32 w/backup
0.0248
0.0065
0.0213
0.0198
40 w/backup
0.0185
42 w/backup
0.0183
44 w/backup
0.0172
46 w/backup
0.0162
0.0055
50 w/backup
0.0153
0.0145
52 w/backup
0.0137
54 w/backup
0.0130
58 w/backup
0.0127
60 w/backup
62 w/backup
0.0045
0.0122
0.0116
64 w/backup
0.0111
70 w/backup
0.0106
72 w/backup
0.0102
74 w/backup
76 w/backup
0.0037
0.0095
0.0091
80 w/backup
0.0088
84 w/backup
0.0084
90 w/backup
0.0035
94 w/backup
7
0.0098
78 w/backup
88 w/backup
1,050
0.0229
38 w/backup
48 w/backup
2 1/8
0.0310
0.0282
36 w/backup
Yellow
0.0342
28 w/backup
34 w/backup
LBS. PULL EA.
0.0466
0.0410
26 w/backup
INCHES
0.0535
20 w/backup
24 w/backup
SPRING COLOR
0.0079
0.0076
0.0071
105 w/backup
0.0030
0.0065
120 w/backup
0.0025
0.0058
145 w/backup
0.0022
0.0047
165 w/backup
0.0019
0.0042
200 w/backup
0.0016
0.0034
230 w/backup
0.0014
0.0029
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Table 7-4. Proper Tensioning for Market Grade Screen Panels on MEV
MESH
WIRE DIA.
OPENING
2
0.063
0.437
3
0.054
0.279
4
0.0475
0.2023
4
0.063
0.187
5
0.041
0.159
6
0.0348
0.1318
7
0.035
0.108
8
0.0286
0.0964
10
0.0258
0.0742
11
0.018
0.073
12
0.023
0.063
14
0.0204
0.051
16
0.0181
0.0445
18
0.0173
0.0386
20
0.0162
0.034
24
0.014
0.0277
30
0.0128
0.0203
35
0.0118
0.0176
40
0.0104
.015
50
0.009
0.011
60
0.0075
0.0092
80
0.0055
0.007
100
0.0045
0.0055
120
0.0037
0.0046
150
0.0026
0.0041
SPRING COLOR
INCHES
Yellow
LBS. PULL EA.
1,050
2 1/8
Blue
575
NOTE: When tensioning screens with a backup utilize the tensioning information on the backup screen.
For example: 50 Mesh MG. with 11 Mesh MG. backup at 1,050 lbs. pull each, 2 1/8”, utilizing yellow springs.
For Mill Grade, utilize the tensioning information for market grade.
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Table 7-5. Proper Tensioning for Screen Panels on Sand Sifter
SQUARE OPENING
WIRE DIAMETER
INCHES
MM
INCHES
MM
4
100
0.375
9.5
3 1/2
90
0.312
7.9
3
76
2 1/2
63
2
50
1 1/2
38
0.192
4.8
1 1/4
32
0.162
4.1
1
25
0.250
6.3
19
0.092
2.3
1/2
12.5
0.080
2
3/8
9.5
0.072
1.8
5/16
7.9
0.063
1.6
1/4
6.4
0.047
1.2
4
1/8
3.2
3/32
2.4
1/16
1.6
LBS. PULL
EA.
2,100
3
0.120
16
4.8
Spacer
6.3
5/8
3/16
INCHES
6.3
3/4
5/32
SPRING
COLOR
3
1,575
Yellow
2 1/8
1
0.041
1
0.9
0.035
0.9
1,050
0.9
Table 7-6. Proper Tensioning for Screen Panels on Sand Sifter InterkleenTM
OPENING
WIRE DIA.
INCHES
MM
INCHES
1/2
12.5
0.08
7/16
11.1
3/8
9.5
5/16
7.9
0.063
SPRING COLOR
INCHES
LBS. PULL EA.
vYellow
2 1/8
2,100
0.072
1/4
6.4
0.047
3/16
4.8
0.041
1/8
3.2
3/32
2.4
0.08
2.0
0.035
0.028
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Troubleshooting Chart
The troubleshooting charts below identify the most
common symptoms of failure. Use these charts to help
identify the failed component and possible remedies.
If the problem persists, see your authorized LeeBoy
Dealer (see Contact Information in Section 3).
Table 8-1. Troubleshooting Chart
SYMPTOM
Engine will not turn over
Engine will not start but
does “turn-over”
CAUSE
REMEDY
Battery low
Check batteries
Ignition switch defective
Check ignition switch
Controls not in neutral
Check safety neutral switches
Engine ground corroded
See engine manual
E-STOP is engaged
Manually release E-STOP
Low fuel level
Check fuel in tank
Contaminated fuel
Drain fuel tank and refill
Fuel flow cutoff
Check fuel cutoff
Check power to fuel cutoff
See engine manual
Sand Shark won’t move
Hydraulic control valve
doesn’t function
E-STOP not functioning
Feeder will not turn
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Hydraulic fluid level low
Check hydraulic oil level
Parking brake not released
(E-STOP)
Release parking brake (E-STOP)
Run / Stop switch in “Stop” position
Place dual directional joysticks in neutral
position, toggle Run/Stop switch to “Run” mode.
Drive motor defective
Check drive motor
Hydraulic pump pressure too low
Check hydraulic pump pressure
Pump de-stroke valve defective
Check pump de-stroke valve
Hydraulic oil level too low
Check hydraulic oil level
Relief valve stuck
Check relief valve to see if stuck open
Suction filter clogged
Check hydraulic suction filter
Parking brake switch defective
Check parking brake switch
Brake circuit not complete
Check wire connections
Solenoid valve defective
Check solenoid valve
Hydraulic fluid level low
Check hydraulic fluid level
Hydraulic filter clogged
Check hydraulic fluid filter
Obstruction blocking chains
Visually inspect blades and chains for
obstructions
Dirty hydraulic oil
Replace or clean
Hydraulic pressure low at motor
Check pressure at motor
Run / stop switch in “Stop” position
Place dual directional joysticks in neutral
position, toggle Run/Stop switch to “Run” mode.
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Table 8-1. Troubleshooting Chart (continued)
SYMPTOM
Conveyor belt will not run
CAUSE
REMEDY
Hydraulic fluid level low
Check hydraulic fluid level
Hydraulic filter clogged
Check hydraulic fluid filter
Conveyor speed knob is in neutral
Turn to the On position and adjust the desired
direction. ”Figure 5-5” on page 5-10.
Run / Stop switch is in stop position Place dual directional joysticks in neutral
position, toggle Run/Stop switch to “Run” mode
Track Misaligned
Improper installation or track
tension while operating
Re-install / properly tension track
Remote System not
responding
Batteries dead
Replace with fresh batteries (3 x D-size, 1.5V)
Machine out of range
Get closer to working machine
Machine is “corkscrewing” - Front Moldboard cutting edge
slowly tilting to one side
digging in too deeply or not deep
enough
Adjust cutting edge
Machine is “porpoising” slowly moving up and down
Ground level varies too quickly for
machine auto-leveling (TopCon V)
to adapt
Slow machine down to give TopCon V system
time to auto-level machine
Sifter overloading - too much
material
Slow conveyor feed rate
Screen size not correct for
application
Install appropriate screen size for desired
application results
Improper sifter angle
Adjust hitch angle / hitch cylinder
Poor spread of material to sifter
Adjust deflector angle / cylinder
Machine will not turn
Machine in High Gear
Adjust two-speed to Low Gear
Cameras not working
Poor connection
Check, secure all wire connections
Camera dirty
Clean
Poor sifting quality
Run machine in manual mode until vertical
tracking levels out; re-engage TopCon V
Slow machine travel rate
Dump box crashes into rear Dump Box too low before dump
strike-off
initiated
Lift Dump Box before tilting (dumping)
Sifter vibration not working
properly
Motor speed incorrect
Adjust flow control to motor
Belt tension not correct
Adjust belt tension
Faulty electrical connection
Check electrical connection
Mid or pre-strike-off blade
improperly adjusted
Adjust pre-strike-off blade down
Machine riding on sand at
rear axle / Too much sand
at rear strike-off
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NOTES
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Schematics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-1
Main Harness . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-3
Cab Harness. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-5
Plus One Harness . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-7
Manifold Harness. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-9
CAL / OPT / HI Harness. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-11
LH Joysticks Harness . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-13
RH Joysticks Harness . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-15
Overall Harness 1 of 6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-17
Overall Harness 2 of 6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-19
Overall Harness 3 of 6. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-21
Overall Harness 4 of 6. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-23
Overall Harness 5 of 6. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-25
Overall Harness 6 of 6. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-27
Main Hydraulic. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-29
Sand Sifter (MEV150) Hydraulic. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-31
3000SS Sand Shark with Sand Sifter
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15 BRN/YEL
"FP"
0"
FAN RELAY
GROUND
FAN 12VDC+
12VDC-
HYD TEMP
10 RING
WHT 12GA
BLK 12GA
RED 12GA
BLK 12GA
3
4
2
1
4"
175"
89"
Schematics
225"
DTP06-4S
Main Harness
"CMS1"
1003905
"MS1"
SIFTER
OPEN
CONVEYOR LIFT
CONVEYOR LOWER
FRAME LIFT
FRAME LOWER
HITCH UP
HITCH DOWN
HOPPER LIFT
HOPPER LOWER
OPEN
OPEN
01 GRN
02 NOT USED
03 ORN
04 BRN
05 BLU/YEL
06 RED/BLK
07 YEL/BLK
08 ORN/YEL
09 BLU
10 LT BLU
11 NOT USED
12 NOT USED
01 GRN
02 NOT USED
03 ORN
04 BRN
05 BLU/YEL
06 RED/BLK
07 YEL/BLK
08 ORN/YEL
09 BLU
10 LT BLU
11 NOT USED
12 NOT USED
15 BRN/YEL
SIFTER
OPEN
CONVEYOR LIFT
CONVEYOR LOWER
FRAME LIFT
FRAME LOWER
HITCH UP
HITCH DOWN
HOPPER LIFT
HOPPER LOWER
OPEN
OPEN
HYD TEMP
06 ORN/YEL
10 RING
BACK UP ALARM
04 BLU
10 RING
WORK LIGHT
05 WHT/BLK
10 RING
HORN
"CLTL"
10 RING
1
2
03 BRN DRIVE LIGHTS
25 BLK GROUND
DT06-02S
"CRTL"
1
2
03 BRN DRIVE LIGHTS
25 BLK GROUND
DT06-02S
DT06-12S
DT06-12S
"CMS2"
"MS2"
HOPPER DUMP
HOPPER RETURN
DEFLECTOR LIFT
DEFLECTOR LOWER
CUTTING EDGE
CUTTING EDGE
RIGHT BOX BLADE UP
RIGHT BOX BLADE DOWN
LEFT BOX BLADE DOWN
LEFT BOX BLADE UP
MOLD BOARD
MOLD BOARD
01 PRP
02 ORN
03 PNK
04 BRN
05 RED/BLK
06 YEL/RED
07 BLU/RED
08 GRY/BLK
09 YEL
10 WHT
11 WHT/BLK
12 ORN/WHT
01 PRP
02 ORN
03 PNK
04 BRN
05 RED/BLK
06 YEL/RED
07 BLU/RED
08 GRY/BLK
09 YEL
10 WHT
11 WHT/BLK
12 ORN/WHT
HOPPER DUMP
HOPPER RETURN
DEFLECTOR LIFT
DEFLECTOR LOWER
CUTTING EDGE
CUTTING EDGE
RIGHT BOX BLADE UP
RIGHT BOX BLADE DOWN
LEFT BOX BLADE DOWN
LEFT BOX BLADE UP
MOLD BOARD
MOLD BOARD
1
2
02 YEL
25 BLK
2-SPEED
GROUND
1
2
01 RED/WHT
25 BLK
DT06-02S
DT06-02S
"C1"
A
B
C
07 WHT
08 BLUE
09 BLK HEAT SHRINK
DT04-12P
DT04-12P
BRAKE
GROUND
J1939 HIGH
J1939 LOW
J1939 SHIELD
DTO6-3S
"C5"
1
2
3
4
5
6
"MC1"
BRAKE
2-SPEED
DRIVE LIGHTS
WORK LIGHTS
HORN
BACK UP ALARM
J1939 CAN +
J1939 CAN J1939 SHIELD
THROTTLE ISC 1
THROTTLE DECREASE
THROTTLE INCREASE
ECM KEY SWITCH
FUEL SENDER
HYDRAULIC TEMP
NEUTRAL START
LEFT DRIVE FORWARD
LEFT DRIVE REVERSE
RIGHT DRIVE FORWARD
RIGHT DRIVE REVERSE
AUGER REVERSE
AUGER FORWARD
CONVEYOR FORWARD
CONVEYOR REVERSE
GROUND
01 RED/WHT
02 YEL
03 BRN
04 BLU
05 WHT/BLK
06 ORN/YEL
07 WHT
08 BLU
09 BLK HEAT SHRINK
10 BLK
11 PRP
12 PRP/WHT
13 GRN/WHT
14 BLU
15 BRN/YEL
16 YEL
17 BLU/YEL
18 BLU/RED
19 YEL/BLK
20 YEL/RED
21 RED/BLK
22 RED/WHT
23 GRY/BLK
24 GRY
25 BLK
DTO6-6S
"LEFT DRIVE"
A
B
C
D
FORWARD
GROUND
GROUND
REVERSE
"RIGHT DRIVE"
"C4"
12VDC+
12VDC+
12VDC+
12VDC-
"FAN"
BLK 12GA
WHT 12GA
17 BLU/YEL
25 BLK
25 BLK
18 BLU/RED
DELPHI - 12015797
HD36-24-31ST
GROUND
RELAY
10 BLK
ISC1 THROTTLE
11 PRP
DEC THROTTLE
12 PRP/WHT INC THROTTLE
13 GRN/WHT KEY SWITCH
16 YEL
NEUTRAL START SOLENOID
NOT USED
OPEN
14 BLU
2
1
FUEL SENDER
10 RING
4 BLU
WORK LIGHT
"C4"
42 RED 10GA
43 RED 10GA
44 RED 12GA
45 BLK 12GA
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
1
42 RED 10GA
43 RED 10GA
44 RED 12GA
45 BLK 12GA
12VDC+
12VDC+
12VDC+
12VDC-
A
B
C
D
DTP06-02S
9
"AUGER"
A
B
C
D
10 RING
FORWARD
GROUND
GROUND
REVERSE
DELPHI - 12015797
DTP06-4S
DTP06-4S
19 YEL/BLK
25 BLK
25 BLK
20 YEL/RED
21 RED/BLK
22 RED/WHT
NOT USED
NOT USED
EDC REVERSE
CDC FORWARD
OPEN
OPEN
DELPHI - 12015797
"CONVEYOR"
RED 12GA
"FP"
FAN RELAY
GROUND
FAN 12VDC+
12VDC-
A
B
C
D
3/8 RING
WHT 12GA
BLK 12GA
RED 12GA
BLK 12GA
3
4
2
1
"FP"
DTP06-4S
REVERSE
FORWARD
OPEN
OPEN
DELPHI - 12015797
BLACK 12GA
3/8 RING
Main Harness P2P
Figure 9-1
3000SS Sand Shark with Sand Sifter
23 GRY/BLK
24 GRY
NOT USED
NOT USED
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Schematics
Cab Harness
"RHP 2"
"RHP 1"
AUGER EDC REVERSE
AUGER EDC FORWARD
EDC GROUND
CONVEYOR EDC REVERSE
CONVEYOR EDC FORWARD
THROTTLE UP
THROTTLE ISC1
THROTTLE DOWN
01 RED/WHT
02 RED/BLK
03 BLK
04 GRY/BLK
05 GRY
06 PRP/WHT
07 BLK
08 PRP
01 BLK/YEL
02 BLU
03 BRN/YEL
04 BLK
05 GRN
06 PRP
07 RED
08 GRN/WHT
09 RED/BLK
10 WHT
11 YEL/RED
12 NOT USED
DT06-08S
ENGINE ENABLE A/M - A&C
MANUAL A&C POWER
REMOTE BUZZER
REMOTE BUZZER GROUND
DP200 BUZZER SIGNAL
DP200 BUZZER POWER
E-STOP POWER IN TO BUTTON
E-STOP OUT TO PANEL
CUTTING EDGE UP
CUTTING EDGE POWER
CUTTING EDGE DOWN
OPEN
DT04-12S
"RX 1"
"RX 2"
DONGLE
DONGLE
DONGLE
DONGLE
RIGHT BOX DOWN
HORN
REMOTE STATUS LIGHT
REMOTE RECIEVER POWER
REMOTE RECIEVER POWER
REMOTE RECIEVER GROUND
LEFT BOX BLADE UP
LEFT BOX BLADEDOWN
HOPPER LIFT
HOPPER LOWER
HITCH UP
HITCH DOWN
HOPPER DUMP
HOPPER RETURN
RIGHT BOX UP
01 RED/BLK
02 WHT
03 GRN
04 BLK/WHT
05 GRY/BLK
06 BRN/YEL
07 WHT/RED
DTM06-12SB
01 BLU
02 BLU
03 BLK
04 WHT
05 YEL
06 LT BLU
07 BLU
08 ORN/YEL
09 YEL/BLK
10 PRP
11 ORN
12 BLU/RED
DTM06-12S
"CJ "
AMPHENOL CONNECTOR
C016 20G003 100 12
"REMOTE STATUS LIGHT"
POWER
GROUND
WHT/RED
BLACK
AMPHENOL CAP
C016 00V000 010 12
250 FMQC
"RADIO HARNESS
DONGLE"
"CB"
AUGER EDC REVERSE
AUGER EDC FORWARD
CONVEYOR EDC REVERSE
CONVEYOR EDC FORWARD
LEFT DRIVE FORWARD
LEFT DRIVE REVERSE
RIGHT DRIVE FORWARD
RIGHT DRIVE REVERSE
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
EDC GROUND
"LHP"
01 YEL
02 YEL
03 BLK/YEL
04 RED/WHT
05 BLU/RED
06 BLU/YEL
07 YEL/BLK
08 YEL/RED
09 BLU
10 YEL
11 ORN/YEL
12 ORN/YEL
ENGINE ENABLE KEY
ENGINE ENABLE OUT TO ENGINE
ENGINE ENABLE A/M - A&C
BRAKE
LEFT DRIVE FORWARD
LEFT DRIVE REVERSE
RIGHT DRIVE FORWARD
RIGHT DRIVE REVERSE
2 SPEED POWER IN
2 SPEED COIL OUT
BACK UP ALARM IN
BACK UP ALARM OUT
DT04-12P
01 RED/WHT
02 RED/BLK
03 GRY/BLK
04 GRY
05 BLU/RED
06 BLU/YEL
07 YEL/BLK
08 YEL/RED
09 NOT USED
10 NOT USED
11 NOT USED
12 BLK
01 BLU
02 BLK
03 GRN
04 PRP
05 RED
06 GRN/WHT
07 RED/BLK
08 WHT
09 YEL/RED
10 PRP/WHT
11 BLK
12 PRP
13 BLU
14 BLK
15 NOT USED
16 BLU/RED
17 GRY/BLK
18 PRP
19 ORN
20 ORN/YEL
21 YEL/BLK
22 LT BLU
23 BLU
24 WHT
25 YEL
26 YEL
27 YEL
28 RED/WHT
29 YEL
30 ORN/YEL
31 ORN/YEL
2 SPEED A/M POWER
REMOTE BUZZER GROUND
DP200 BUZZER SIGNAL
DP200 BUZZER POWER
E-STOP - POWER IN TO BUTTON
E-STOP - OUT TO PANEL
CUTTING EDGE UP
CUTTING EDGE POWER
CUTTING EDGE DOWN
THROTTLE UP
THROTTLE COMMON
THROTTLE DOWN
REMOTE RECEIVER POWER
REMOTE RECEIVER GROUND
OPEN
RIGHT BOX BLADE UP
RIGHT BOX BLADE DOWN
HOPPER DUMP
HOPPER RETURN
HITCH ASSEMBLY UP
HITCH ASSEMBLY DOWN
HOPPER LIFT
HOPPER LOWER
LEFT BOX BLADE UP
LEFT BOX BLADE DOWN
ENGINE ENABLE KEY
ENGINE ENABLE - OUT TO START
BRAKE
2 SPEED OUT TO COIL
BACK UP ALARM INPUT
BACK UP ALARM - OUT TO ALARM
HD34-24-31PT
DT04-12P
Cab Harness P2P
Figure 9-2
3000SS Sand Shark with Sand Sifter
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Plus One Harness
ENGINE ENABLE
AUGER / CONVEYOR
"RELAY 1"
"CP.3"
SHIELD
CAN CAN +
09 BLK HEAT SHRINK
08 BLUE
07 WHT
C
B
A
P1.44
DTO6-3S-EP11
LHP.9
85
R
30
86
LHP.9
87
ENGINE ENABLE START
"RELAY 2"
P1.44
LHP.1
87A
LHP.3
85
R
30
86
87
BACK UP ALARM
"RELAY 3"
LHP.9
P1.45
LHP.2
LHP.11
85
R
30
86
87
87A
P1.01
LHP.12
87A
"P1"
GROUND
POWER
CAN+
CANCAN SHIELD
SENSOR POWER
SENSOR GROUND
RUN/STOP
LEFT JS NEUTRAL
CAL
HIGH OUT
RIGHT JS OUT
LEFT JS OUT
BRAKE
STATUS LIGHT
RIGHT REVERSE
RIGHT FORWARD
LEFT FORWARD
LEFT REVERSE
ENGINE ENABLE
BACK UP ALARM
OPTIMIZE
POWER
PINS 47-50
01 BLK
02 RED
03 WHT
04 BLU
05 BLK HEAT SHRINK
08 RED/WHT
09 BLK
10 WHT/BLK
11 GRN/WHT
12 GRY/BLK
13 GRY
16 YEL
17 BLU
31 RED/WHT
34 LT BLU
37 YEL/RED
38 YEL/BLK
39 BLU/RED
40 BLU/YEL
44 BLK/YEL
45 ORN/YEL
18 WHT/BLK
47 RED
48 RED
49 RED
50 RED
"LHP"
01 YEL
02 YEL
03 BLK/YEL
04 RED/WHT
05 BLU/RED
06 BLU/YEL
07 YEL/BLK
08 YEL/RED
09 BLU
10 YEL
11 ORN/YEL
12 ORN/YEL
ENGINE ENABLE KEY
ENGINE ENABLE OUT TO ENGINE
ENGINE ENABLE A/M - A&C
BRAKE
LEFT DRIVE FORWARD
LEFT DRIVE REVERSE
RIGHT DRIVE FORWARD
RIGHT DRIVE REVERSE
2 SPEED POWER IN
2 SPEED COIL OUT
BACK UP ALARM IN
BACK UP ALARM OUT
DT06-12S
DRC26-50S01
YEL
BLU
" 2 SPEED"
#10 RING
TERMINALS
"CP.1"
1
2
RED
BLK
POWER
GROUND
DT06-02S
"JS"
GROUND
LEFT JS NEUTRAL
POWER
RUN/STOP
RIGHT JS OUT
LEFT JS OUT
01 BLK
02 GRN/WHT
03 RED/WHT
04 WHT/BLK
05 YEL
06 BLU
"CP.2"
6
5
2
3
4
1
DT04-6S
OPEN
OPEN
GRY/BLK
GRY 10GA
WHT/BLK
BLK
9
NOT USED
NOT USED
CAL
HIGH OUT
OPTIMIZE
GROUND
DT06-6S
LT BLU
BLK
"STATUS LIGHT"
1/4" SPADE
TERMINALS
Plus One Harness P2P
Figure 9-3
3000SS Sand Shark with Sand Sifter
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Manifold Harness
01 GRN - SIFTER
02 BLK - GROUND
DT06-2S/DT2S-BT
01 ORN - CONVEYOR LIFT
02 BLK - GROUND
DT06-2S/DT2S-BT
01 BLU/YEL - FRAME LIFT
02 BLK - GROUND
DT06-2S/DT2S-BT
01 PNK - DEFLECTOR LIFT
02 BLK - GROUND
"MS1"
DT06-2S/DT2S-BT
01 GRN
02 NOT USED
03 ORN
04 BRN
05 BLU/YEL
06 RED/BLK
07 ORN/YEL
08 YEL/BLK
09 LT BLU
10 BLU
11 NOT USED
12 NOT USED
01 RED/BLK - CUTTING EDGE
02 BLK - GROUND
2"
7"
01 WHT - LEFT BOX BLADE UP
02 BLK - GROUND
DT06-2S/DT2S-BT
DT06-12S
DT12S-BT
01 YEL/RED - CUTTING EDGE
02 BLK - GROUND
DT06-2S/DT2S-BT
01 YEL/BLK - HITCH DOWN
02 BLK - GROUND
DT06-2S/DT2S-BT
01 BLU - HOPPER LOWER
02 BLK - GROUND
01 WHT/BLK - MOLDBOARD
02 BLK - GROUND
DT06-2S/DT2S-BT
01 ORN/WHT - MOLDBOARD
02 BLK - GROUND
DT06-2S/DT2S-BT
DINN 43650FORMA
DINN 43650FORMA
2"
2"
2"
2"
2"
2" 2"
01 GRN - SIFTER
2"
5"
6"
3/8" RING
GROUNDSA
2"
4" 4"
2"
4"
2"
2"
2"
2"
2" 2"
4"
4"
4"
4"
4"
4"
4"
01 ORN/WHT - MOLDBOARD
DT06-2S/DT2S-BT
2"
01 BRN - CONVEYOR LOWER
01 BRN - DEFLECTOR LOWER
02 BLK - GROUND
2"
01 RED/BLK - FRAME LOWER
01 PRP
02 ORN
03 PNK
04 BRN
05 RED/BLK
06 YEL/RED
07 BLU/RED
08 GRY/BLK
09 YEL
10 WHT
11 WHT/BLK
12 ORN/WHT
2"
01 BRN - DEFLECTOR LOWER
HOPPER DUMP
HOPPER RETURN
DEFLECTOR LIFT
DEFLECTOR LOWER
CUTTING EDGE
CUTTING EDGE
RIGHT BOX BLADE UP
RIGHT BOX BLADE DOWN
LEFT BOX BLADE DOWN
LEFT BOX BLADE UP
MOLD BOARD
MOLD BOARD
DT06-2S/DT2S-BT
6"
6"
2"
01 YEL - LEFT BOX BLADE DOWN
"MS2"
2"
11"
9"
01 GRY/ BLK - RIGHT BOX BLADE DOWN
01 RED/BLK - FRAME LOWER
02 BLK - GROUND
2"
24"
CYL IN
DT06-2S/DT2S-BT
2"
11"
7"
01 BRN - CONVEYOR LOWER
02 BLK - GROUND
2"
01 WHT/BLK - MOLDBOARD
2"
01 ORN - CONVEYOR LIFT
2"
01 YEL/RED - CUTTING EDGE
DT06-2S/DT2S-BT
01 BLU - HOPPER LOWER
01 BLU/RED - RIGHT BOX BLADE UP
02 BLK - GROUND
01 YEL\BLK - HITCH DOWN
DT06-2S/DT2S-BT
DT04-12P
DT12P-BT
01 ORN - HOPPER RETURN
01 PRP - HOPPER DUMP
02 BLK - GROUND
01 BLU/YEL - FRAME LIFT
DT06-2S/DT2S-BT
01 PNK - DEFLECTOR LIFT
01 LT BLU - HOPPER LIFT
02 BLK - GROUND
01 RED/BLK - CUTTING EDGE
01 PRP - HOPPER DUMP
2"
DT06-2S/DT2S-BT
01 LT BLU - HOPPER LIFT
01 WHT - LEFT BOX BLADE UP
01 BLU/RED - RIGHT BOX BLADE UP
01 ORN/YEL - HITCH UP
02 BLK - GROUND
01 ORN\YEL - HITCH UP
DT06-2S/DT2S-BT
CYL EXTEND
SIFTER
OPEN
CONVEYOR LIFT
CONVEYOR LOWER
FRAME LIFT
FRAME LOWER
HITCH UP
HITCH DOWN
HOPPER LIFT
HOPPER LOWER
OPEN
OPEN
9
01 ORN - HOPPER RETURN
02 BLK - GROUND
01 GRY/BLK - RIGHT BOX BLADE DOWN
02 BLK - GROUND
DT06-2S/DT2S-BT
01 YEL - LEFT BOX BLADE DOWN
02 BLK - GROUND
DT06-2S/DT2S-BT
Manifold Harness Layout
Figure 9-4
3000SS Sand Shark with Sand Sifter
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CAL / OPT / HI Harness
HIGH OUTPUT
1
2
HIGH OUT
NOT USED
DT06-2S
CAL/OPT/HI
NOT USED
NOT USED
OPTIMIZE
HIGH OUT
CAL
GROUND
GRY 16GA
OPEN
OPEN
OPEN
18 WHT/BLK 16GA
13 GRY 16GA
12 GRY/BLK 16GA
01 BLK 16GA
6
5
4
3
2
1
OPT/CAL
1
2
WHT/BLK 16GA
GRY/BLK 16GA
OPTIMIZE
CAL
DT06-2S
DT04-6P
CALIBRATE
1
2
OPEN
BLK 16GA
NOT USED
CAL
DT04-2P
HIGH OUT
1
2
BLK 16GA
OPEN
HIGH OUT
NOT USED
DT04-2P
9
OPT
1
2
BLK 16GA
OPEN
OPTIMIZE
NOT USED
DT04-2P
CAL / OPT / HI Harness P2P
Figure 9-5
3000SS Sand Shark with Sand Sifter
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LH Joysticks Harness
GRND
OUT
+ 5V
COM
NO
NC
GRND
OUT
LEFT
+ 5V
COM
NO
NC
RIGHT
2 SPEED
"JS"
09 GROUND
11 LEFT JS NEUTRAL
08 POWER
10 RUN/STOP
16 RIGHT JS OUT
17 LEFT JS OUT
BLK
GRN/WHT
RED/WHT
WHT/BLK
YEL
BLU
RUN/STOP
1
2
3
4
5
6
FROM PLUS ONE
HARNESS
DTO6-6P
STATUS LIGHT
9
FROM PLUS ONE
HARNESS
LH Joysticks Harness Layout
Figure 9-6
3000SS Sand Shark with Sand Sifter
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RH Joysticks Harness
BLK/YEL
BLU
BRN/YEL
BLK
GRN
BLK
RED
GRN/WHT
RED/BLK
WHT
YEL/RED
NOT USED
4 3 2 1
AUTO POWER
MAN POWER
REMOTE BUZZER
REMOTE BUZZER
DP200 BUZZER
DP200 BUZZER GROUND
E-STOP
F-STOP
CUTTING EDGE UP
CUTTING EDGE POWER
CUTTING EDGE DOWN
OPEN
RHP1
12 PIN
12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
DT04-12P
50 Ω
50 Ω
CUTTING
EDGE
8 PIN
50 Ω
AUGER
RED/WHT AUGER EDC
RED/BLK
AUGER EDC
BLK
EDC GROUND
GRY/BLK
CONVEYOR EDC
GRY
CONVEYOR EDC
PRP/WHT
THROTTLE
BLK
THROTTLE
PRP
THROTTLE
DT06-08S
RHP2
8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
9
ON/OFF
AUTO/MAN
REMOTE
BUZZER
DP200
BUZZER
E-STOP
9-15
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THROTTLE
CONVEYOR
ON/OFF
50 Ω
RH Joysticks Harness Layout
Figure 9-7
Schematics
9-16
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Overall Harness 1 of 6
C1
A
B
C
01
02
03
04
05
06
MC.07
MC.08
MC.09
MC.10
MC.11
MC.12
MC.13
MC.16
DT06-3S-PP01
DT04-3P
A B
SHIELDED CABLE
DT06-3S
&
DT04-3P
CLEAR 20GA
BLK
PRP
PRP/WHT
GRN/WHT
C5
J1939 HIGH - 3
J1939 LOW - 4
J1939 SHIELD - 5
12VDC GRD - 1
12VDC POSITIVE - 2
OPEN - 7
OPEN - 8
OPEN - 9
ALARM OUTPUT - 12
FUEL LEVEL - 11
HYD OIL TEMP - 10
LOW BRAKE PSI - 6
BLK
PNK
WHT
DT06-6S
&
DT04-6P
K.1
MC
ORN
ORN/YEL
A B
DT06-2S
C3
C2
20
21
---J3---DTP06-4S
FUEL FLOAT SENSOR
BLU
DTM06-12SB
BLU/RED
DELPHI 150 SERIES
12110293
12048074
A B C
12048086
12052845
YEL 16GA
46 - J1939 (+)
47 - J1939 (-)
37 - J1939 SHIELD
4 - ISC1
25 - DEC THROTTLE
24 - INC THROTTLE
39 - KEY SWITCH
43 - SERV LAMP 1
44 - SERV LAMP 2
50 - WAIT TO START LAMP
21 - WATER LEVEL (+)
28 - WATER LEVEL SIG
32 - WATER LEVEL (-)
40 - GRID HEATER (+)
42 - GRID HEATER (-)
34 - SW RETURN
RED 20GA
SHEILD
5A
ALTERNATOR
C10.1
3 - CPU (+12 VDC)
4 - CPU (+12 VDC)
1 - CPU (-12 VDC)
2 - CPU (-12 VDC)
HYD TEMP SENSOR
PRP
BLK
CJ.31
PRP/WHT
RHP1.05
INC
GRN
PRP
RHP1.06
CJ.03
_
17
RHP2.08
CJ.10
RHP2.06
CJ.10
CJ.30
E-STOP
30
RHP1.07
RHP1.08
CJ.06
J.4
86
FAN
30A
BATTERY
DISCONNECT
RED 4G
RED 1G
RED 1G
CONVE
E.3
B+
85
RELAY 2
GRN/WHT
RED
OPTIONAL
BUZZER ALARM
36208
LHP.11
M
R
PLUS ONE-PIN 44
YEL
CJ.05
FAN RELAY
ENGINE ENABLE
50
R
12GA WHT
J.3
PRP
AC
CJ.10
LHP.12
PRP
THROTTLE
37521
KEY
SWITCH
39146-14
RHP2.07
RED 12GA
GRN
DEC
+
C10.2
BRN/YEL
CJ.04
19
BLK 12GA
B+
DP200
GRAPHIC
DISPLAY
988699
START
SOLENOID
720290
STARTER
K.1
BLACK 1G
B.2
G.3
H.5
CAB
SOLENOID
720290
C4.03
RED 10GA
C4.03
C4.02
RED 10GA
C4.02
C4.01
BLK 10GA
C4.01
C4.04
RED 12GA
C4.04
BLACK 1G
RED 1G
A.2
---J2---DRC26-50S-04
+
BATTERY
920152
RED 1G
+
BATTERY
920152
9
989810
Overall Harness Layout
Figure 9-8
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30A
9-17
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9-18
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Overall Harness 2 of 6
---DRC26-50S-04
J1939 (+)
J1939 (-)
J1939 SHIELD
SC1
DEC THROTTLE
NC THROTTLE
KEY SWITCH
SERV LAMP 1
SERV LAMP 2
WAIT TO START LAMP
WATER LEVEL (+)
WATER LEVEL SIG
WATER LEVEL (-)
GRID HEATER (+)
GRID HEATER (-)
SW RETURN
--DTP06-4S
REMOTE RECEIVER
BEACON
DOME
10
10A
10A
9
8
10A
BLU
BLU
CJ.13
SWITCH
BEACON LIGHT
72884/851441
PNK
PNK
REMOTE
RECEIVER
REMOTE
X2.64
BEACON LIGHT
210893
RESERVOIR,
WINDSHEILD WIPER
151200
BLK
BLK
SWITCH
DOME LIGHT
SWT IN LIGHT
BRN
BRN
DOME LIGHT
P80676
HIGH
CAB
SOLENOID
A.1
B.1
YEL/RED
FRONT WIPER SWITCH
(MAIN PANEL)
853090
WASHER
LOW
B
RED 12GA
ORN/WHT
YEL/RED
RED
BLK
ORN
FRONT WIPER
REAR WIPER
10A
5
10A
4
10A
3
ORN/YEL
HIGH
WASHER
LOW
B
CONVEYOR LIFT & DEFLECTOR
10A
2
WHT/BLK
HORN
720110
ORN
RED/BLK
DEFLECTOR
BRN
1
GRN
GRN
LOWER
CMS1.03
MS1.03
CMS1.04
MS1.04
CMS2.03
MS2.03
CMS2.04
MS2.04
LIFT
LOWER
LIFT
FRAME LIFT
FRAME LIFT & SIFTER
H
I L
YEL/RED
MC.05
PNK
10A
REAR
WIPER
151170
BLK
BRN
1G
RED
WHT
YEL/RED
WHT
CONVEYOR LIFT
ATTERY
CONNECT
GRN
REAR WIPER SWITCH
(MAIN PANEL)
853090
PUSH BUTTON
HORN (982249)
HORN
FRONT
WIPER
151170
H
I L
BLU/WHT
RED 12GA
PU (+12 VDC)
PU (+12 VDC)
PU (-12 VDC)
PU (-12 VDC)
89810
M
BLU/YEL
ORN
RED/BLK
GRN
LIFT
CMS1.05
9
CIRCUIT BREAKER DIAGRAM
MS1.05
9 11 13 15 17 19
1
3
5
7
2
4
6
8 10 12 14 16 18 20
LOWER
CMS1.06
MS1.06
CMS1.01
MS1.01
SIFTER
POWER INPUT 10 & 11
SIFTER
X.3
Overall Harness Layout
Figure 9-9
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LIGHT
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W
9-19
BLK
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9-20
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Z.4
30A
A/C
14
RADIO
13
10A
AIR
CONDITIONER
RED 12G
RED/WHT
PRP
OPTIONAL
RADIO
E.1
IGN K
SWITC
BACKUP ALARM
PLUS ONE-PIN 45
R
BACK-UP ALARM
SPARE
CAB
SOLENOID
G.1
10A
12
ORN/YEL
CJ.30
ORN/YEL
BACKUP ALARM
160320
ORN/YEL
LHP.11
86
85
LHP.12
ORN/YEL
CJ.31
ORN/YEL
MC.06
BLK
RELAY 3
10A
11
RED 12GA
2 SPEED RECIEVER INPUT
10A
7
BLU
CJ.01
RHP1.02
A/M
SWITCH
MANUAL
2 SPEED
LHP.01
M.5
BLU
2 SPEED
LHP.01
CJ1.29
MC.02
YEL
T.6
J.1
9
2 PIN
PLUS ONE POWER
10A
6
CIRCUIT BREAKER DIAGRAM
RED
PLUS ONE
POWER
1
2
1 3 5 7 9 11 13 1517 19
2 4 6 8 1012 14 1618 20
CP1
POWER INPUT 10 & 11
X.2
Overall Harness Layout
CAB
SOLENOID
3000SS Sand Shark with Sand Sifter
H.1
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REMOTE RECEIVER
20
REMOTE
RECIEVER
15A
BLU
CJ.15
BLU
X2.29
X2.43
Figure 9-10
LEFT BOX UP
WHT
WHT
CJ.24
CMS2.10
MS2.10
WHT
LEFT
LEFT BOX DOWN
9-21
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9-22
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GRN
CMS1.01
MS1.01
POWER INPUT 10 & 11
SIFTER
X.3
Schematics
Overall Harness 4 of 6
LEFT DRIVE
LIGHT
BRN
W
BLK
RIGHT DRIVE
LIGHT
DRIVE LIGHTS
DRIVE LIGHTS
25A
16
BRN
J.1
W
BLK
BRN
W
BLK
BRN 14GA
BRN
IGN KEY
SWITCH
BRN
MC.03
CLTL
RED 12GA
LEFT TAIL DRIVE LIGHTS
CRTL
BRN
W
BLK
BRN
W
BLK
RIGHT TAIL DRIVE LIGHTS
BRN
W
BLK
LEFT BACK
OF CAB
BLU
W
BLK
RIGHT BACK
OF CAB
WORK LIGHTS
WORK LIGHTS
25A
15
BLU
BLU
BLU
BLU
BLU 14GA
W
BLK
TOP OF CONVEYOR
MC.04
W
BLK
9
LEFT REAR
BLU
ER DIAGRAM
W
BLK
RIGHT REAR
131517 19
BLU
141618 20
W
BLK
10 & 11
Z.3
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3000SS Sand Shark with Sand Sifter
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9-23
Schematics
9-24
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POWER
2
2 4 6 8 1012 14 1618 20
CP1
POWER INPUT 10 & 11
Schematics
X.2
Overall Harness 5 of 6
CAB
SOLENOID
H.1
RED 12GA
REMOTE RECEIVER
REMOTE
RECIEVER
15A
BLU
20
CJ.15
BLU
X2.29
LEFT BOX UP
X2.43
WHT
WHT
CJ.24
CMS2.10
MS2.10
CMS2.09
MS2.09
CMS1.09
MS1.09
WHT
LEFT
M.3
X2.30
X2.44
YEL
X2.31
X2.45
BLU
LEFT BOX DOWN
BOX
YEL
CJ.25
YEL
HOPPER LOWER
X2.32
X2.46
LT BLU
X2.33
X2.47
YEL/BLK
BLU
CJ.22
HOPPER
LIFT
LT BLU
CJ.23
CMS1.10
MS1.10
BLU
T.3
HOPPER LIFT
LT BLU
HITCH DOWN
X2.34
X2.48
ORN/YEL
X2.35
X2.49
PRP
YEL/BLK
CJ.20
HITCH
ASSY
CJ.21
ORN/YEL
CMS1.07
MS1.07
CMS1.08
MS1.08
CMS2.01
MS2.01
CMS2.02
MS2.02
CMS2.07
MS2.07
CMS2.08
MS2.08
YEL/BLK
ORN/YEL
HITCH UP
HOPPER DUMP
PRP
CJ.18
PRP
HOPPER
X2.36
X2.22
ORN
X2.37
X2.23
BLU/RED
DUMP
CJ.19
ORN
HOPPER RETURN
ORN
RIGHT BOX UP
BLU/RED
CJ.16
BLU/RED
RIGHT
X2.38
X2.24
X2.39
X2.25
GRY/BLK
BOX
CJ.17
GRY/BLK
GRY/BLK
RIGHT BOX DOWN
BRN/YEL
REMOTE
BUZZER
BLK
CJ.02
CUTTING EDGE UP
CUTTING
EDGE
CUTTING EDGE
AND
TOP CON
15A
19
RED/BLK
RHP1.09
WHT
CJ.8
CJ.07
CMS2.05
MS2.05
CJ.09
CMS2.06
MS2.06
RED/BLK
RHP1.10
YEL/RED
RHP1.11
CUTTING EDGE DOWN
TOP CON
DTO6-4S
YEL/RED
DTO4-4P
9
SYSTEM
V
MOLD BOARD UP
15A
SPARE
SPARE
CMS2.11
MS2.11
CMS2.12
MS2.12
BLK/WHT
18
ORN/WHT
MOLD BOARD DOWN
15A
17
Overall Harness Layout
Figure 9-12
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BLU
8 1012 14 1618 20
W
BLK
INPUT 10 & 11
Schematics
Z.3
Overall Harness 6 of 6
BLU
T.3
AUTO/MAN
85
R
RHP1.02
86
P1.44
CONVEYOR
MAN
OFF
RHP1.01
30
87A
AUTO
ON
RELAY 1
50Ω
RHP2.02
RHP2.01
50Ω
CB.12
RHP2.03
RHP2.04
50Ω
50Ω
RHP2.05
ON
OFF
9
AUGER
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9-27
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9-28
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Main Hydraulic
REAR BULKHEAD
12
1
3/8"
9
13
2
3/8"
3
10
16
14
3/8"
11
15
4
21
PRESSURE
5
SIFTER
CASE
1/2"
12
80
22
20
19
6
7
3/8"
A B
A B
70
A B
A B
GE
P
37
MANIFOLD, HYD, 13
VALVE, RELF
(UPPER MANIFOLD)
3
17
BUCKET
DUMP
BUCKET
LIFT
48
44
1004108
47
43
RUN HOSES AROUND
LEFT
SIDE OF ENGINE
STANDING BEHIND
PUMP
13 3/8" 14
18
A B
LEFT
981748
UPPER TUBING
T
LSA
LS
8
MOLDBOARD
LIFT
A B A B A B A B A B A B A B
.052
ORIFICE
P521124
DEFLECTOR
CYL, HYD, 2.00X6.00X1.125
ROD
SCREENER
MOTOR
.080
ORIFICE
.052
ORIFICE
FRAME LIFT
MAIN
DEFLECTOR
11
RIGHT SIDE OF
ENGINE
STANDING BEHIND
PUMP
SIFTER
MAIN
CONVEYOR
LIFT
HYDRAULIC
TONGUE
.039
ORIFICE
SIFTER
RETURN
BOX BLADE
RIGHT
.080
ORIFICE
BOX BLADE
LEFT
CUTTING
EDGE
PROPORTIONAL
981748
LOWER TUBING
LEFT
750610 CONV LIFT
CYL, HYD 2.50X16.00 X
1.25 ROD
DEFLECTOR LIFT
34
33
CONVEYOR LIFT
74
LEFT
BYPASS MANIFOLD
RIGHT
29
76
77
23
32
26
FRAME LIFT
.070 ORIFICE
BOTH ENDS
24
31
46
60
RIGHT
61
CUTTING EDGE
45
RIGHT
750610 CONV LIFT
CYL, HYD 2.50X16.00 X
1.25 ROD
30
27
75
25
RIGHT
73
LEFT
71
79
72
P521124
DEFLECTOR
CYL, HYD, 2.00X6.00X1.125
ROD
28
9
78
10
FLOW CONTROL
PT #: 35552
IN TOP
IN BOT
T
B
MOLDBOARD
LIFT
700160-28
T
B
T
39
P
2 SPEED
6
2 SPEED
R BRAKE
L BRAKE
8816 SIDEWING BLOCK
LEFT DRIVE
TORQUE HUB
66
52B
49
69
M3
RIGHT
DRIVE
MOTOR
LEFT DRIVE
MOTOR
BRAKE L1
PORT
RIGHT DRIVE
L1 TORQUE HUB
B
A
B
H/G DRIVE MOTOR ADJUSTMENT
SET SCREW .500" OUT OF NUT
A
M3
BRAKE
PORT
67
49
52A
59A
59B
50
50
51
1
68
2
981918-FILTER ASSY
CHARGE
981917-FILTER
ELEMENT
66
41
LEFT
DRIVE
PUMP
5
250 PSI
22 FAR
67
C F
M6
B
5000 PSI
CHARGE
PUMP
D
A
7
RIGHT
DRIVE
PUMP
BOTTOM
RADIATOR
HYD OIL
COOLER
L1
C
OIL
COOLER
OIL
COOLER
OIL
COOLER
PT# 35735
FAN
PT# 36997
62 NEAR
7 L2
4T51cc
PUMP
36
8
D
988666
ENGINE, CUMMINS,
QSB4.5
150HP @2200 RPM
M
4
L
41
40
42
39
TANK
A
W
63
981747 CENTER
TUBING
STANDBY 300PSI
2400 PSI
LOAD
SENSE
W
64
P
LS
S
CD
M6
C
L1
L2
57
B
L1
D
A
B
4000 PSI
981747 TOP TUBING
56
M2
L2
54
M6
4T41cc
PUMP
1 - 2 GPM
2.65 CIR
AUGER
FEEDER
PUMP
53
55
8
38
58
51
36
9
TEMP
SENSOR
3" STRAINER,
SUCTION 72243
981940 1.5"
VALVE GATE
B
M2
710100-MOTOR,AUGER
FEEDER
DRIVE,2.65 CIR
750310-MOTOR,CONVEYOR
4.57 CIR
37
ORIFICE
0.055 IN
W
W
1 - 2 GPM
M1
A
CONV
PUMP
W
M3
W
M1
35
80
42
L2
R
62
L1
38
35
40
65
981747 BOTTOM
TUBING
58
Main Hydraulic
Figure 9-14
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Sand Sifter (MEV150) Hydraulic
ORIFICE
2
1
BOX BLADE
LEFT
BOX BLADE
RIGHT
33
2
32
4
1
.070
ORIFICE
3 .070
1
2
30
TEE LEFT SIDE
BOTTOM
TEE
20
26
8
BUCKET DUMP
LEFT
BUCKET DUMP
RIGHT
TOP
TEE
19
25
SIFTER MOTOR
SUNFAB
7
29
B
TEE RIGHT SIDE
BOTTOM
TEE
14
22
24
BUCKET RAISE
LEFT
TOP
TEE
21
CASE
A
BUCKET RAISE
RIGHT
28
31
23
13
# 12 CHECK
REAR
TEE
10
18
27
17
HYDRAULIC TONGUE
RIGHT
HYDRAULIC TONGUE
LEFT
9
16
15
9
6
FRONT
TEE
SHAKER
RETURN
SHAKER
PRESSURE
5
14
8
13
7
11
12
6
5
4
3
ADJUSTABLE
FLOW CONTROL
ADJUST TO 1250 RPM'S
9
10
2
1
MEV150
Figure 9-15
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Section 10
Illustrated Parts List (IPL)
Page
Illustrated Parts List (IPL) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-1
Quick Reference Guide - Filters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-3
Quick Reference Guide - Wire Harnesses. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-3
Quick Reference Misc.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-3
Multipurpose Moldboard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-4
Conveyor Paddle Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-6
Track LH Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-8
Track RH Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-10
Track Group - Single Grouser . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-12
Main Frame . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-14
Hydraulic Components . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-16
Tail Pulley Group . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-18
Conveyor Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-20
Head Pulley Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-22
Head Pulley Assembly (continued) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-24
Cab Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-26
Cab Assembly (continued) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-28
Cab Door . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-30
Cab Components . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-32
Conveyor Controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-34
Switch and Indicator Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-36
Right Side Control Panel. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-38
Tier III Engine and Pumps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-40
Tier III Engine Components . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-42
Hood and Engine Access Panels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-44
Muffler Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-46
Air Cleaner Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-48
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Grille and Radiator Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-50
Hitch Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-52
Sifter Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-54
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Quick Reference Guide - Filters
Part Number
Description
Maint. Interval
Figure Ref.
981520
Cummins, Air Filter
250 Hours
Figure 10-21
981519
Cummins, Air Primary Filter
250 Hours
Figure 10-21
981937
Cummins, In-line Filter
250 Hours
Figure 10-21
34881
Cummins, Oil Filter
250 Hours
Figure 10-18
72078
Cummins, Fuel Secondary Filter
250 Hours
Figure 10-18
34883
Cummins, Fuel Primary Filter
250 Hours
Figure 10-18
72243
Hydraulic, Suction Strainer - 2 Required
250 Hours
Figure 10-9
980560
Hydraulic, Suction Strainer
250 Hours
Figure 10-9
981917
Hydraulic, Element Charge
250 Hours
Figure 10-9
36123
Suction, Strainer
--
--
Quick Reference Guide - Wire Harnesses
Part Number
Description
Figure Ref.
1003905
Harness,Main,3000SS
1004666
Harness, Cab Harness
Figure 9-4
1003851
Harness, Plus One
Figure 9-5
1004561
Harness, Manifold
Figure 9-7
1004560
Harness,Cal/Opt, hi output
Figure 9-9
36123
Strainer,Hyd Suction,200 Mesh
1004562
LH Joysticks Harness
1004563
RH Joysticks Harness
1004567
Overall Harness 1 of 6
1004567
Overall Harness 2 of 6
1004567
Overall Harness 3 of 6
1004567
Overall Harness 4of 6
1004567
Overall Harness 5 of 6
1004567
Overall Harness 6 of 6
1004570
Main Hydraulics
1004571
Sand Sifter (MEV150) Hydraulics
Quick Reference Misc.
Part Number
1005696
10
Description
Kit, Decal, 3000SS
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Multipurpose Moldboard
1
29
17
18
22
19
20
21
13
12
26
25
28
14
3
24
16
27
15
11
2
5
23
6
4
7
8
9
10
Figure 10-1
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Item
No.
Part Number
Qty.
1
1004702
1
W/M,Auger Box Side, RH
2
100 4701
1
W/M,Auger Box Side, LH
3
1004726
1
Plate,Moldboard Widener,RH
4
1004730
1
W/M,Widener With Guide Brkt,LH
5
700160-28
1
Cyl,Hyd,3.50X10.00X1.75 Rod
6
1004378
1
Tubing,Guide Wheel
7
1004373
1
Assy, Axle Pivot Guide Wheel
8
1004438
1
Spacer, Guide Wheel
9
1004372
1
Wheel, Guide Wheel
10
1004439
1
Spacer, Guide Wheel
11
1004724
1
Spacer,Guide Wheel Assy
12
983414-01
1
TSD Sonic Tracker II
Description
13
851578
1
Bracket,Sonic Tracker,Topcon
14
9 0 9 0 - 11 2 5 S R V
1
Bracket Z Arm TOPCON
15
851575 S R V
1
Pivot Mount, TOPCON/Spectra
16
851575SRV
1
Bracket,Sonic Tracker,TOPCON
17
1004487
1
Plate,Decal Plate
18
1004486
1
Plate,Cutting Edge Gauge,Top
19
1004485
1
Rod,Cutting Edge Gauge
20
920080
1
Ball Joint,.250,Female
21
1004054
1
W/M,Lever Height Gauge
22
982765
1
Mount Block Assembly Pivot
23
1004790
1
W/M,Moldboard Tension Bar
24
300060
1
Handle Nut,.625-11
25
102-617-1A
1
CSHH,.625-11X4.00,GR5 | Cap Screw, 5/8-11 X 4.00 Hex
26
119-7
1
Washer,Flat,SAE,.625 | Flat
27
1003910SRV
1
Weldment,Cutting Edge
28
983414-10
1
Assy, Temp Bail W/Sleeves
29
1004565
1
Harness, TOPCON, Curly Cord, Modified, Sand Shark
30
1004430
1
Wearplate,Plastic,Sand Shark Cutting Edge
31
1004616
1
Kit,Bolt Cutting Edge
Remarks
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Conveyor Paddle Assembly
30
29
A
21
A
20
31
28
B
33
32
B
Figure 10-2
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Item
No.
Part Number
Qty.
Description
1
710100
1
Hyd. Motor, Feeder Drive, 3000
2
700480
1
Gasket, S.A.E. B" 2 Bolt "
3
710090-28
1
Torque Hub, Feeder Drive
4
854932
1
Mount, Torque Hub
5
A7 10230
A/R
Chain Assy., Feeder
5A
7102 30L556
A/R
Chain Assy., Feeder L.H.(Paddle)
5B
7102 30R556
A/R
Chain Assy., Feeder R.H. (Paddle)
5C
710230-1
A/R
Link & Pin Assy., Feeder Chain (2800/3000)
6
710240556
A/R
Blade Paddle, 2800 / 3000 Feeder
7
750549SRV
1
Rod, Paddle Chain Adjuster
8
710171A
1
Shaft, 3000 Feeder Upper Drive
9
710171-2
1
Keyway, Paddle Conveyor
10
710182
2
Sprocket, Feeder Chain Upper Paddle Dr
11
710150-28
2
Taper Lock Bushing, 2 1/2 "
12
120120
2
Locking Collar, 2-1/2 I.D. "
13
710160-28R
1
Bearing, Conveyor Head Pulley R.H. (2800)
14
811316
2
Cam Follower, 3-1/4 "
14A
854953
1
Paddle Roller Spacer / 3000
15
750550
1
Assy. Paddle Beaing, Adj. L.H.
16
750551SRV
1
Assy, Padde Shaft --- L.H.
17
750553SRV
1
Assy. Paddle Shaft, Adj. R.H.
18
750552
1
Assy. Paddle Beaing, Adj. R.H.
19
855066
2
Sprocket, 3000 Feeder Chain Lower (Paddle)
20
210240
2
Seal
21
710183
2
Bushing, Lower Feeder Shaft (Bronze)
22
710221A
1
Shaft, 3000 Feeder Lower
23
854955
1
Paddle Shaft Stop
24
854933
1
Paddle, Motor Mount Slide
25
140610
27
854946A
1
Paddle Bearing Plate
28
W522855
1
Auger (Snow) L/H - P/S Only
29
W522854
1
Auger (Snow) R/H - P/S Only
Remarks
(9 Tooth)
Grease Fitting, 1/4” X 28 Screw In
30
520100
Bearing Insert 3.00 / 400 Stub Axle / 3000
31
984138
Bolt 1” x 8
32
80009
Nut 1”
33
119-10
Washer 1”
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Track LH Assembly
18
5
11
4
12 13
1
3
15
7
14
6
17
10
9
8
16
2
Figure 10-3
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Item
No.
Part Number
Qty.
1
LH side frame
2
1004426-01
1
Sprocket
3
1004426-02
7
Track roller
4
1004426-03
1
Idler with track adjuster
5
CR5985/46/500
1
Track chain assembly
—
CR6096/46/500
1
Alternative 1-Bar TGA
6
1004426-04
1
Rock guard
7
1004426-05
2
Top Roller
8
1004426-06
1
Drive unit
9
1004426-07
40
Washer
10
1004426-08
28
Bolt
1
Description
11
1004426-09
8
Bolt
12
1004426-10
1
Washer
13
1004426-11
1
Valve
14
1004426-12
32
Washer
15
1004426-13
16
Bolt
16
1004426-14
16
Bolt
17
1004426-15
4
Bolt
18
989183
1
Motor, Drive 18T
Remarks
Reference Only
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Track RH Assembly
18
15
16
5
7
14
2
8
9
10
6
11
17
3
1
13
12
4
Figure 10-4
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Item
No.
Part Number
Qty.
1
RH side frame
2
1004426-01
1
Sprocket
3
1004426-02
7
Track roller
4
1004426-03
1
Idler with track adjuster
5
CR5985/46/500
1
Track chain assembly
—
CR6096/46/500
1
Alternative 1-Bar TGA
6
1004426-04
1
Rock guard
7
1004426-05
2
Top Roller
8
1004426-06
1
Drive unit
9
1004426-07
40
Washer
10
1004426-08
28
Bolt
1
Description
11
1004426-09
8
Bolt
12
1004426-10
1
Washer
13
1004426-11
1
Valve
14
1004426-12
32
Washer
15
1004426-13
16
Bolt
16
1004426-14
16
Bolt
17
1004426-15
4
Bolt
18
989183
1
Motor, Drive 18T
Remarks
Reference Only
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Track Group - Single Grouser
9
10
3
11
1
4
5
6
8
2
7
Figure 10-5
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Item
No.
Part Number
Qty.
1
1004426-16
46
Track link LH
Description
2
1004426-17
46
Track link RH
3
1004426-18
90
Polyurethane Seal
4
1004426-19
45
Track Pin
5
1004426-20
45
Track bushing
6
1004426-21
184
Track Shoe Nut
7
1004426-22
184
Track Shoe Bolt
8
1004426-23
46
Track Shoe 500mm wide
9
1004426-24
2
Spacer
10
1004426-25
1
Track Pin Master
11
1004426-26
1
Master Bushing
Remarks
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Main Frame
7
17
18
11
16
15
B
32
33
34
14
1
A
B
13
A
Figure 10-6
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Item
No.
Part Number
Qty.
Description
1
100 3826
1
W/M Main Frame, 3000SS
2
100 4253
1
Group, Tank. Fuel
3
140030FN
1
Filler Neck, Hyd. Oil / Fuel Cap
4
140040
1
Sending Unit, Fuel Level
5
140030FL
1
Fuel Tank Cap, Lockable
6
140030GK
1
Strainer & Gasket Kit, Hyd./ Fuel Filler
Cylinder, Hydraulic
7
750610
2
—
38550-01
A/R
8
981357
1
Switch, Low Hyd. Oil Level
9
500070
1
Gauge, Hyd. Oil Level & Temp.
10
140030HL
1
Cap, Hyd. Oil Tank (Lockable)
Remarks
Not Shown
CylinderSeal Kit
11
1004370
1
Group, Tank, Hydraulic
12
35368
1
Sender, Temperature Gauge
13
100 3828
1
Assy, Under Carriage Bracing
14
37293
2
Hydraulic Cylinder
—
37620-05
A/R
Frame Lift
CylinderSeal Kit
15
1000516
1
Cooler, Oil Assembly
16
36997
1
Cooler, Fan Only
17
35735
1
Cooler, Oil
18
81019
1
Pin,Cotter,.156X2.50
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Hydraulic Components
11
8
6
13
12
8
13
6
9
6
7
9
6
11
5
11
14
15
B
B
A
A
D
D
C
C
6
10
4
7
3
6
2
Disconnect Table
10
3
1
4
14
14
14
15
14
15
15
15
1
BOX BLADE
LEFT
9
14
2
HYDRAULIC
TONGUE
3
10
BOX BLADE
RIGHT
11
4
5
SIFTER
BULKHEAD
CONNECTIONS
SIFTER
MOTOR
6
12
13
NEEDLE VALVES MUST BE CLOSED TO OPERATE
14
15
7
BUCKET
LIFT
BUCKET
DUMP
8
14
1004478
15
14
14
Figure 10-7
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Item
No.
Part Number
Qty.
Description
1
1004108
1
Manifold, Hyd 13 station Sand Shark
2
983643-01
1
Solenoid Valve
3
983643-02A
18
Coil, 12 VDC
4
983643-03
20
Nut, Coil
5
1004108-03
1
Valve, Reducing CP08-30
6
987220-05
4
Plug, CP08-20
7
983643-04
-
CP10-24
8
983643-05
9
Valve, Dual Check
9
983643-08
27
Valve, Check
10
983643-10
1
Flow Divider CP10-4L
11
720290
1
Solenoid Valve SV12-28
Remarks
12
986992-03
2
Valve, Check PC10-30
13
987220-07
2
Valve, Counterbalance CBCA-LNN
—
983643-11
A/R
Cover Plate, Valve
Not Shown
—
987220-01
A/R
Plug
Not Shown
—
987220-02
A/R
Plug
Not Shown
—
987220-03
A/R
Valve, Check
Not Shown
—
988657-01
A/R
Valve, Check
Not Shown
—
980286
1
Plate, Hydraulic Output
Not Shown
—
1004108-02
1
Solenoid Valve
14A
100 4607
8
3/8” Male Hydraulic Quick Disconnect
14B
1004609
8
3/8” Male Hydraulic Quick Disconnect Cap
14C
1004608
8
3/8” Female Hydraulic Quick Disconnect
14D
1004610
8
3/8” Female Hydraulic Quick Disconnect Cap
15A
1004611
6
1/2” Male Hydraulic Quick Disconnect
15B
1004613
6
1/2” Male Hydraulic Quick Disconnect Cap
15C
1004612
6
1/2” Female Hydraulic Quick Disconnect
15D
1004614
6
1/2” Female Hydraulic Quick Disconnect Cap
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Tail Pulley Group
23
24
25
Figure 10-8
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Item
No.
Part Number
Qty.
Description
1
P202014
1
Conveyor Belt W / Cleats, 28' Frame
1A
P202014-01
1
Kit, Lacing Repair
2
750080
A/R
3
750040
2
Bearing, 2800 / 3000 Conveyor Tail Pulley
4
750052
2
Bracket, Tail Pulley Bearing Adjustment
5
750050
2
Bushing, 2800 / 3000 Conveyor Tail Pulley
Pin, Conveyor Belt Lacing (30") W/O Metal Tips
6
750032
1
Shaft, 3000 Main Conveyor Tail Pulley
7
750060
1
Tail Pulley, Winged 2800/3000
8
750061
1
Burn Out Guard, 3000 Tail Pulley
9
W520862
2
Bolt, Conveyor Adjusting
10
116-8
2
Nut, 3/4-10 Hex "
11
118-7
8
Washer, 5/8 Lock "
12
102-611-1A
4
Cap Screw, 5/8-11 X 2-1/2 Hex "
13
750062
1
Scraper, 3000 Tail Pulley
14
102-207-1A
2
Cap Screw, 3/8-16 X 1-1/2 Hex "
15
119-3
4
Washer, 3/8 Sae Flat "
16
143-3
2
Lock Nut, 3/8-16 Hex "
17
102-609-1A
4
Cap Screw, 5/8-11 X 2 Hex "
18
102-206-1A
4
Cap Screw, 3/8-16 X 1-1/4 Hex "
19
118-3
4
Washer, 3/8 Lock "
20
750131
1
Roller Assy(15 Degree), Conveyor Troughing
21
750130
2
Roller Assy (30 Degree), Conveyor Troughing
22
986341
9
Roller Assy.(25 Degree), Conveyor Troughing
23
857137
2
Keystock,Sq,.375X1.75
24
118-3
6
Washer,Lock,.375
25
102-207-1A
6
CSHH,.375-16X1.50,GR5
Remarks
For 3000 Loader Only
10.50 X 32 “
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Figure 10-9
10-20
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Item
No.
Part Number
Qty.
Description
1
981386
1
2
750140
A/R
Roller, 2800 / 3000 Troughing Idler
3
750090
A/R
Roller Assy., Conveyor Return Idler
4
854741
2
J. Bracket Main Conveyor
5
750610
2
Conveyor Lift Cylinder
6
981438
1
Conveyor Stabilizer
Remarks
Complete Assembly
7
750090
3
Roller Assy., Conveyor Return Idler
8
854795
1
Side Plate, Front Right
9
854799
1
Side Plate, Center Right
10
854797
1
Side Plate, Back Right Side
11
854801
1
Side Plate, Back Left Side
12
854798
1
Side Plate, Center Left Side
13
854796
1
Side Plate, Front Left Side
14
1000284
4
Cyl. Clevis 1.00X 2.75
15
870307
4
Clip, Hyd Cyl. Pin *
16
102-405-1A
A/R
Cap Screw, 1/2-13 X 1 Hex "
17
119-5
A/R
Washer, Flat 1/2 "
18
118-5
A/R
Washer, Lock 1/2 "
19
116-5
A/R
Nut, 1/2 "
20
854748-A
2
Clamp/3 Hole. Top Half
21
854748
2
Clamp, Hose 3 Hole Complete Set
22
854748-B
2
750241A
A/R
Clamp/3 Hole. Bottom Half
Flashing, 25X6.0 X 34. Main (Not Shown)
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Head Pulley Assembly
30
29
36
33
30
37
32
31
27
35
34
25
28
25 26
Figure 10-10
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Item
No.
1
Part Number
Qty.
Description
P521124
2
38922-01
A/R
2
856997
2
Bar, Round W/2 Holes
3
210060
2
Pin, Clevis
4
710160-28R
1
Bearing, Conveyor Head Pulley R.H. (2800)
5
102-716-1A
2
CSHH, 3/4-10 X 3-3/4"
6
750321
2
Adj. Bolt, Main Conveyor Belt R.H.
7
116-8
4
Nut, 3/4-10 Hex "
8
1004581
1
W/m, Deflector Mount
9
P521452
12
10
1004584
1
Remarks
Hyd.Cyl.,Discharge Baffle
Seal Kit
Elevator Bolt, 1/4-20 X 1" "
Bar, Deflector Brace
11
1003919
1
Shield, Loader Bucket
12
854744
1
Adj. Rod, Tail Pulley
13
750260
1
Pulley, Head Drum W/Lag
14
750051
2
Bushing, 2800 / 3000 Conveyor Head Pulley
15
750271
1
Shaft, 2800 / 3000 Conveyor Head Pulley
16
750323
1
Snap Ring, Conveyor L.H. Bearing Retainer
17
520100
1
Bearing, 400 Stub Axle (3) "
18
854788
1
Motor Mount
19
750300
1
Torque Hub, 2800 / 3000 Conveyor Drive
20
P77494
1
Gasket, S.A.E. C" 4 Hole "
21
750310
1
Hyd. Motor, Main Conveyor Drive
22
102-411-1A
4
Cap Screw, 1/2-13 X 2-1/2" Hex Head "
22A
119-5
4
Washer, 1/2 S.A.E. Flat "
22B
118-5
4
Washer, 1/2 Lock "
23
102-609-1A
4
Cap Screw, 5/8-11 X 2" Hex Head "
23A
119-7
4
Washer, 5/8 S.A.E. Flat "
23B
118-7
4
Washer, 5/8 Lock "
24
102-909-1A
2
Cap Screw, 1-8 X 2" Hex Head "
24A
119-10
2
Washer, 1 S.A.E. Flat "
24B
118-10
2
Washer, 1 Lock "
25
118-4
2
Washer,Lock,.437
26
119-4
1
Flat Washer, 7/16” SAE
27
1004383
1
Camera Mount Brkt
28
116-4
1
Nut,Hex,.437-14
29
102-607-1A
2
CSHH,.625-11X1.50,GR5 Cap Screw
30
118-6
2
Washer,Lock,.563
31
1004383
1
Light, Mount Brkt
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Head Pulley Assembly (continued)
30
29
36
33
30
37
32
31
27
35
34
25
28
25 26
Figure 10-10
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Head Pulley Assembly Parts List (continued)
Item
No.
Part Number
Qty.
32
119-7
1
Washer,FLAT,SAE,.625
33
116-7
1
Nut,Hex,.625-11
34
1004577
1
Defuser
35
100 4580
1
W/m, Defuser
36
160 040A
1
Light,Halogen,Trap,55 Watt
37
1003907
1
Camara,Color,Outdoor,12VDC
38
100 4383
1
Camera Mount Brkt
Description
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Cab Assembly
41
40
42
39
57
56
34
55
54
43
29
48
25
44
47
46
26
45
1
49
22
24
50
28
19
51
53
14
52
20
15
18
23
21
12
13
7 10
6
11
9
16
17
3
2
Figure 10-11
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Cab Assembly Parts List
Item
No.
Part Number
1
760010A
2
760021
Cover Hoses
3
760031
Panel Side
6
760062
Door
Qty.
Description
Remarks
Cab Weldment
7
760070
Seal Door
8
760080
Window Door
9
760090
Seal Window
10
760101
Hinge,3000,Loader,Cab
11
P527323
Socket, Door, Stop
12
760120
Window Right Side
13
760090
Seal
14
760130
Window
15
760090
Seal Rear
16
760140
Window Front
17
760090
Seal Front
18
760150
Window Assembly
19
760160
Window Right
20
760090
Seal Side
• 21
760170
Frame Window
22
760180
Seal Window
23
1003907
1
Cable, Camera System, 4PIN,49
24
1004383
1
Camera Mount Brkt
25
160040A
1
Light,Halogen,Trap,55 Watt
26
1004383
1
Light Mounting Brkt
28
151370
2
Mirror, Outside Rearview
29
852570
2
Mirror Head, West Coast
30
856987
2
Mount, Light, Mirror
Not Shown
31
100 3862
2
Light, 5’, Tractor
Not Shown
32
1003863
2
Cover, Red
Not Shown
33
211748-02
2
Strobe Light, Amber
Not Shown
34
116-3
1
Nut, 3/8”-16 Hex
35
853700
1
Kit,A/C/Heat,3000
Not Shown
36
100944
1
Belt
Not Shown
37
P52281
1
Hose,Defroster
Not Shown
38
TF10199
1
Hose,Heater,.625
Not Shown
39
143-3
3
Locknut, 3/8”-16
40
119-3
3
Flat Washer, 3/8” SAE
41
102-211-1A
3
Cap Screw, 3/8”-16 x 2.50 Hex
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Cab Assembly (continued)
41
40
42
39
57
56
34
55
54
43
29
48
25
44
47
46
26
45
1
49
22
24
50
28
19
51
53
14
52
20
15
18
23
21
12
13
7 10
6
11
9
16
17
3
2
Figure 10-11
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Cab Assembly (continued) Parts List
Item
No.
Part Number
Qty.
42
985624
1
Mounting Bar, Mirror
43
856896
2
Mounting Bar, Mirror Group
44
119-5
1
Flat Washer, 1/2” SAE
45
118-5
1
Lockwasher, 1/2”
46
102-406-1A
1
Cap Screw, 1/2”-13 X 1.25 Hex
47
119-3
1
Flat Washer, 3/8” SAE
48
102-208-1A
1
Cap Screw, 5/16”-18 X 1.75 Hex
49
116-3
1
Nut, 3/8”-16 Hex
50
118-3
1
Lock Washer, 3/8”
Description
51
856987
4
Mounting Bracket, Mirror
52
143-3
4
Locknut, 3/8”-16 Hex
53
119-3
4
Flat Washer, 3/8” SAE
54
856987
4
Mounting Bracket, Mirror
55
119-3
4
Flat Washer, 3/8” SAE
56
143-3
4
Locknut, 3/8”-16 Hex
57
118-3
1
Lock Washer, 3/8”
Remarks
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Cab Door
Figure 10-12
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Cab Door Parts List
Item
No.
Part Number
Qty.
Description
1
760062
1
Door Weldment
2
760080
1
Glass - Door
3
760090
9FT.
4
760070
15 FT Edge Trim
5
982060
1
Interior Handle
6
A510-B
2
1/4 -20 Phphil X 5/8 "
7
982061
8
1
10
Windshield Seal
Foam - Door
8-32 Phms X 1/2
9
982062
1
Latch - Smc Modified - Rh
10
982063
1
Int. Handle & Bezel- Rh
11
982064
1
O.S. Paddle Handle - Rh
12
982065
1
Latch Rod, Lh
13
982066
1
7/32 Rod Clip - Rh
14
982067
1
7/32 Rod Clip - Lh
15
982068
1
Rh I/S Trip Rod
16
982069
1
3/16 Rod Clip - Plstc - Cntr
17
982070
1
Lock Trip Rod - 5/32 Dia. - Cntr
18
982071
1
5/32 Rod Clip - Rh
19
4
1/4-20 Bhscs X 5/8
20
4
1/4 Int Tooth Lk Wshr
1
Cover
21
982072
Remarks
22
982073
1
Cover
23
982075
2
3/8 Dia. Hole Plug - Plstc
24
982076
10
Plug, 3/4, Button, Nylon, Black
25
760010A-02
1
Not Shown
Key, Door
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Cab Components
3
10
8
11
2
9
12
13
14
15
6
7
1
5
4
Figure 10-13
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Cab Components Parts List
Item
No.
Part Number
Qty.
Description
1
360010B
1
Seat Assy,Black,W/Armrest
2
1004668
2
Assy,Monitor Mount 3000SS
3
151170
3
Motor,Windshield Wiper
4
140600
4
Suspension Bracketry,Seat, Low
5
102-615-1A
5
CSHH,.625-11X3.50,GR5 | Cap Screw, 5/8-11 X 3-1/2 Hex
6
119-7
6
Washer,Flat,SAE,.625 | Flat Washer, 5/8" SAE
7
116-7-1
7
Nut,Hex,Jam,.625-11 | nut, 5/8"-11 Hex Jam
8
151180
8
Arm,Windshield Wiper
9
151190
9
Blade,Windshield Wiper,20"
10
983414-02
10
Topcon V Control
11
1004565
11
Harness, Topcon, Curly Cord, Sand Shark
12
1004668
12
Assy,Monitor Mount 3000SS
13
REF ONLY
13
Switch and Indicator
14
REF ONLY
14
Auger/Feeder Control Panel
15
1004229
15
Sifter,Remote Control, Transmitter/Receiver
16
1002085
N/S
Remarks
Conn,21-Pin,Plug,HD Series
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Le non-respect de cette règle risque d’entraîner des blessures graves, voire mortelles.
NE PAS enclencher l’interrupteur de neutre/anti-rampement sur une pente.Bien
connaître le manuel d’opérations avant de se servir de la machine.
L’état de Californie a déterminé que les gaz d’échappement des moteurs diesel et
certains de leurs éléments constitutifs sont à l’origine de cancers, de malformations
congénitales et d’autres lésions des organes reproducteurs.
AVERTISSEMENT
Si no se cumple con esta disposición, se puede causar la muerte o lesiones graves.
RUN
NO conectar el interruptor de neutro/sin movimiento con la máquina en una pendiente.
Familiarizarse con el manual del operador antes de usar la máquina.
El combustible diesel y algunos de sus componentes son conocidos en el Estado de
California como causantes del cáncer, defectos congénitos y otros tipos de toxicidad
reproductiva.
ADVERTENCIA
Failure to comply could result in death or serious injury.
2
DO NOT operate this machine without first fully understanding the contents of the
operator’s manual.
Diesel engine exhaust and some of its constituents are known to the State of California
to cause cancer, birth defects, and other reproductive harm.
WARNING
La chaîne d'alimentation et les leviers d'entraînement doivent être au
point mort pour le démarrage de la machine.
INFORMATIONS SUR LE DÉMARRAGE
La cadena del alimentador y las palancas de mando deben estar en
punto muerto para arrancar la máquina.
INFORMACION DE ARRANQUE
Feeder chain and drive levers must be in neutral to start machine.
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Conveyor Controls
FORWARD
3
2-SPEED
REVERSE
HIGH
STOP
LOW
4
PLUS ONE
STATUS LIGHT
1
1003849 REV B
Figure 10-14
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Conveyor Controls Parts List
Item
No.
Part Number
Qty.
Description
1
1001625
1
Light,Amber, Dash, 50 Hole
2
851090624
1
Switch, Toggle Spot,2POS Toggle Sw. (3Pole)
3
987134-02
2
Joystick
4
851090624
1
Switch, Toggle Spot,2POS Toggle Sw. (3Pole)
Remarks
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Switch and Indicator Panel
1
10
1
2
10
3
5
7
9
10
10
10
10
11 13
10
15
10
25
17
19
15
15
4
6
8
10 12 14
16
18
10
10
10
10
25
15
10
30
20
4
15
2
3
13
14
5
15
MAIN
CONVEYOR
BOX BLADE
LEFT
RIGHT
WIPER
WASHER
Under Panel Components
6
DEFLECTOR
LIFT
HOPPER
DUMP
WIPER
WASHER
SIFTER
LOWER
RETURN
FRAME
HITCH
W
12
R
7
10 - 11
OFF
8
ON
S
T
A
R
T
9A
9
1003850
1003850
rev B
Figure 10-15
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Item
No.
Part Number
Qty.
Description
1
34964
13
2
989261
1
Circuit Breaker, 30A, Pan MT
3
35701
2
Circuit Breaker,25A PanMT / Circuit Breaker
4
989260
4
Circuit Breaker, 15A Pan MT
5
988699
1
Display, Graphic, B&W DP200 / DP-200
6
851392
8
Switch, Toggle, 3-Pos, Spdt, Mom
Remarks
Circuit Breaker, 10A, Pan MT / Circuit Breaker
7
851090624
1
Switch, Toggle, 2-Pos, Spdt, Toggle Switch (3 POS)
8
982249
1
Switch, Push Button
9
39146-14
1
Switch, Ignition w/ Heat ST / Kubota
9A
982008-04
1
Key. Ignition,Kubota, 300B,635/Order 1 Receive 2Keys
10
851391
3
Switch, Toggle, SPST,2-Pos, 2 Speed High/Low
11
851441
3
Weather Boot, toggle Switch/ (Long)
12
853090
2
Switch, Wipper/ Washer (3000)
13
151200
1
Tank,Windshield Wiper Washer
14
720290
2
Solenoid,12V,Constant Duty/ 635B/685 Instrument Panel
15
987982
1
Terminal Block, 10 Gang
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Right Side Control Panel
CUTTING
EDGE
REMOTE
SIGNAL
O
AUGER /
CONVEYOR
5
AUTO
1
Operator must push
Emergency Stop Button
to activate
High & Low Range Switch
EMERGENCY STOP
(Twist to release)
7
1000624 REV B
INFORMATIONS
INFORM
ATIONS SUR LE DÉMARRAGE
La cadena del alimentador y las palancas de mando deben estar
en punto muerto para arrancar la máquina.
INFORMACION DE ARRANQUE
Feeder chain and drive levers must be in neutral to start machine.
STARTING INFORMATION
ENGINE ALARM
6
La chaîne d'alimentation et les leviers d'entraînement doivent être
au point mort pour le démarrage de la machine.
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CONVEYOR
AUGER
FWD
REV
FWD
REV
CONVEYOR
SPEED
AUGER
SPEED
4
ENGINE
THROTTLE
3
2
MANUAL
Figure 10-16
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Right Side Control Panel Parts List
Item
No.
Part Number
Qty.
Description
1
851090624
3
Switch. Toggle, SPDT, 2 -POS / Toggle Sw (3Ploe)
2
35050
2
Potentiometer, 100 Ohm / Potentionmeter
3
851392
1
Switch, Toggle, Spdt, 3-Pos, Mom
4
851392
4
Switch, Toggle, 3-Pos, Spdt, Mom
5
36150
1
Remote , Signal
6
36208
1
Buzzer, 12 V DC, Continuous Tone / Buzzer Continuous Tone 12 V DC
7
988924-10
1
Switch, E-Stop, Base W/ Button
8
100 3456
1
Plus-One Controller (Controls, 50 Pin ) Generic
9
1003851
1
Harness, Plus 1,Sand Shark
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Tier III Engine and Pumps
9
12
8
11
8
11
10
13
Figure 10-17
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Item
No.
Part Number
Qty.
Description
1
100 3900
1
Engine, Cummins, 152HP, T3
2
P86879B
1
Coupling, Flywheel Pump Drive
3
P76869A
1
Pump Drive,Dual,3000
4
320140
2
Mounting Pad
5
981778
1
Motor Mount,LH
6
750581
2
Motor Mount,RH
7
851545
1
EDC Controller
8
984992
2
O-Ring, Tandem/Gearbox
9
980400
1
Pump Drive,Hyd,Double Drive
10
980470
1
Pump,Variable
11
980493
2
O-Ring
Remarks
Not Shown
12
980490
1
Pump,Hyd,Load Sense,38CC
13
980500
1
Pump,Gear Charge
-
34464
Element,Hyd,Chg Filter
Not Shown
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Tier III Engine Components
Figure 10-18
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Tier III Engine Components Parts List
Item
No.
Part Number
Qty.
Description
1
988934
1
Fan, Multi Wing. 22” Dia
2
1003861
1
Alternator. 160 Amp
3
988666-03
1
Element, Oil Filter, 4.5 Qsb
4
988666-02
1
Starter, Denso. R2.7
5
988666-04
1
Element, Fuel Filter, 4.5 Qsb
6
988666-07
1
Belt, Alternator, Cummins 4.5L
7
988666-05
1
Filter Element, Fuel/Water Separator
Remarks
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Hood and Engine Access Panels
19
18
13,15
13,15
16
13,15
11
14
13,15
17
14
Figure 10-19
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Item
No.
Part Number
Qty.
Description
1
1000072
1
W/M. Engine Cover Loader
2
988812
1
W/M. Engine Side Cover Rh
3
988813
1
W/M. Engine Side Cover Lh
4
160450
2
Latch, Engine Access Panel
4A
35560
5
855132
1
Cover
6
988753
1
Group, Engine Hood Loader
7
100 0556
1
Plate, Frame Side Right 3000
8
100 0557
1
Plate, Frame Side Left 3000
9
171231
2
Shaft, Main Conveyor Support
10
986742
2
W/M. Engine Door Rh
Remarks
Key, Vandalism Lock
11
852520
1
Back Up Alarm (3000)
12
853600
2
Gas Shock, Engine Back Door
13
160030A
1
Light, Tail, Red
14
160040A
2
Light,Halogen,Trap,55 Watt
15
160030A1
4
Grommet, Tail Lamp Mounting
16
981564
1
Tail Light Box,RH
17
981565
1
Tail Light Box,LH
18
988753
1
Grp,Engine Hood,Loader
19
160460
1
Latch, Radiator Access Panel
20
35560
A/R
21
100 0623
Not Shown
Not Shown
Key, Vandalism Lock
Decal Kit
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Muffler Assembly
Figure 10-20
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Muffler Assembly Parts List
Item
No.
Part Number
Qty.
Description
1
161250
2
Clamp, 3 Muffler "
2
750042
1
Elbow W / Flex Pipe, 3000 Exhaust
3
750043
1
Muffler, 3000 Exhaust
4
856999
4
Spacer Tube, 3000 Exhaust Heat Shield
5
750045
1
Plate, 3000 Muffler Heat Shield
6
750046
1
Clamp, 3-1/4 Muffler "
7
750047
1
Pipe, 3000 Exhaust Stack
*8
750041
1
Rain Cap, 3” Exhaust Pipe
9
750048
1
Plate W / Clamps, 3000 Muffler Mount
10
119-3
3
Washer, 3/8 Sae Flat "
11
118-3
2
Washer, 3/8 Lock "
12
102-205-1A
4
Cap Screw, 3/8-16 X 1 Hex "
13
116-3
4
Nut, 3/8-16 Hex "
14
102-225-1A
4
Cap Screw, 3/8-16 X 6" Hex Head "
Remarks
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Air Cleaner Assembly
13
Figure 10-21
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Air Cleaner Assembly Parts List
Item
No.
Part Number
Qty.
Description
1
100 0500
1
Tube, Bent Air Intake, 3.00 Od
2
1000501
1
Tube, Bent Air Intake, 3.00 Od
3
100 0575
1
Reducer, Rubber, 3.00 Id/4.00 Od
4
1000723
1
Pipe, Air Intake, 4.00X54.00
5
34031
1
Elbow, Rubber, 90, 3.00 Id
6
98 7281
1
Tube, High Temp, 3” Id X 4”L, Str
7
72172
1
Elbow, Rubber, 90, 5.00X 4.00 Id
8
855151
1
Air Cleaner Mount
9
988962
1
Air Cleaner
10
988962-02
1
Element, Secondary
11
988962-01
1
Element, Primary
12
988962-04
1
Cover
13
953521243
3
Clamp, T-Bolt, 4.00 Id
14
988962-03
1
Dust Ejection Valve
15
989242
2
Band, Mounting
16
953521244
1
Hump Hose, Reducer, 5.00-4.00 Id
17
852060
1
Filter, Air Pre-Cleaner
18
1000862
1
Tube, Sleeve, Loader Air Cleaner
19
1000721
1
W/M, Air Intake Stabilizer, 3000
20
1000707
1
Pl, Cover, Air Cleaner, 3000
21
171220
1
Indicator, Air Filter
22
34040
1
Clamp, Muffler, 4.00 Id
23
171090
4
Clamp, T-Bolt, 3.00 Id
24
72174
2
Clamp, T-Bolt, 5.00 Id
Remarks
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Grille and Radiator Assembly
0
0
A
Figure 10-22
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Item
No.
Part Number
Qty.
Description
1
988646
1
Rad/Cac/Oil Cooler
2
988748
2
Link, Top Rad Gusset
3
988759
2
W/M, Frt Rad Mount
4
988762
2
W/M, Rear Rad Mount
5
988986
1
Sensor, Coolant Level
6
170100A
1
Hose, Radiator, Lower
7
984262
1
Elbow, Rubber, 60, 2.25 Id
8
42541
1
Tube, Rnd, 2.25Od X 2.00Id X3.00 Lg
9
170071A
1
Hose, Radiator, Upper 685B/3000
10
148-232
1
Clamp, Insulated Band, 2 1/2”
11
1000504
1
Tube, Bent, Charge Air, 3.00 Od
12
982780
1
Reducer
13
987281
2
Tube, High Temp, 3”Id X 4”L, Str
14
100 0502
1
Tube, Bent, Charge Air, 3.00 Od
15
100 0503
1
Tube, Bent, Charge Air, 3.00 Od
16
987282
1
90 Degree Elbows
17
982779
1
90 Degree Elbows
18
171090
1
Clamp, T-Bolt, 3.00 Id
19
171190
9
Clamp, T-Bolt, 3.50 Nominal
20
100 4599
1
Plate,Bent,Radiator Hose Bracket
21
500230
4
Number 36, Hose Clamp
22
983273
1
Tank, Radiator Overflow
23
328 82-01
1
Hose, 04, Push-On, 3.0 Ft Lg
24
718 12-01
1
Hose, 05. Push-On, 3.0 Ft Lg
25
33277
3
Number 4, Hose Clamp
26
988646-01
1
Cap, Radiator
27
750554SRV
1
Grill
28
160460
1
Latch, Radiator Access Panel
28A
35560
A/R
29
100 4599
1
Remarks
Key Vandalism
Plate,Bent,Radiator Hose Bracket
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4
5
2
6
1
3
Figure 10-23
10-52
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Item
No.
Part Number
Qty.
Description
1
1004233
1
Loader, Rear Connection
2
1004794SRV
1
W/M Hitch Drawbar
3
37293
2
Cylinder, Hydraulic
-
37620-05
A/R
4
1004234
1
Ball Hitch, 2-5/16
5
980167SRV
1
Pin, 1” OD x 5.25”
6
870307
2
Cotter Pin
Seal Kit
Remarks
Not Shown
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Sifter Assembly
49
6
47
3
48
14
4
30
4
5
22
2
10
13
9
7
34 36
17
15A
19
1
37
35
5
29
40 42 41 39 38
16
23
35 33 38 32
18
15A 29
25
50
15
Figure 10-24
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Item
No.
Part Number
Qty.
Description
1
1004191556
1
Latch, Goose Neck, 2 -5/16”
2
1004118
2
Weldment,Dump Arm
3
1004196556
1
Weldment,Bucket
4
1004241556
2
Cyl,Hyd Bucket Dump
5
80214
7
Hfbolt 0.3125-18X2.25x0.875-N
6
1004167
1
Ass'y,Strike Off
7
640220
2
Cyl,Hyd 2.50X12.00,2500psi
8
100 4422
4
Tube, Spindle Pin Stop
9
1004155556
1
Arm,Strike Arm Lh
10
260060
2
Cyl,Hyd,2,0Bx6.0s,W/Sensor
11
80387
4
Hx-Shcs 0.5-20X1.125x1.125-N
12
1004154556
1
Arm,Strikeoff Rh
13
P526113
2
Turnbuckle
14
1004122556
1
Brace,Dump Arms
15
1004182556
2
Ass'y,Leg Shaker
15A
28747
2
Pin, Cotter
16
1004178556
1
Ass'y,Drag Plate
17
1004254556
1
Weldment,Motor Mount
18
1004407556
1
Bracket,Deflector Rh
19
1004403556
1
Deflector Rh
20
1004405
1
Bracket,Deflector Rh
21
1004416
2
Pin,Bucket Lift
1004417
4
Pin,Bucket Lift
23
1004406556
1
Bracket,Deflector Lh
24
1004404
1
Bracket,Deflector Lh
25
1004402556
1
Deflector Lh
26
80248
2
Bolt, Hex Hvy 1/2"-13 X 1"
27
1004442556
2
Bar,Bucket Safety Prop
28
100 4423
8
Pin,Clevis 1.00 X 3.25 W 3 Holes
29
7303
2
Hairpin Cotter Pin
30
1004535
2
Bracket,Camera Plug
31
1004536556
1
Brace,Bucket Arm
Not Shown (Welded)
32
1001681556
2
Cover, Bogie Shaft
33
989699
4
Bushing Fiber
34
36136
4
Hub, Wheel Complete #W45-8
35
1004151556
2
Weldment,Tandum Axle
36
100 4387
4
Spacer,Wheel 3000SS
37
100391655W
4
Tire And Rim
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49
6
47
3
48
14
4
30
4
5
22
2
10
13
9
7
34 36
17
15A
19
1
37
35
5
29
40 42 41 39 38
16
23
35 33 38 32
18
15A 29
25
50
15
Figure 10-24
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Item
No.
Part Number
Qty.
38
80387
4
Hx-Shcs 0.5-20X1.125x1.125-N
Motor
39
Description
1004102
4
1004102-01
A/R
40
100 4250
2
Bushing, Taperlock
41
1004847
2
Pulley, Sifter Drive
42
1004391
2
Belt, V-Grooved C-67
Seal Kit
Remarks
Not Shown
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Description
Part Number
Figure Number
Item Number
1/2” Female Hydraulic Quick Disconnect
1004612
15C
10-7
1/2” Female Hydraulic Quick Disconnect Cap
1004614
15D
10-7
1/2” Male Hydraulic Quick Disconnect
1004611
15A
10-7
1/2” Male Hydraulic Quick Disconnect Cap
1004613
15B
10-7
1/4 -20 Phphil X 5/8 "
A510-B
6
10-12
20
10-12
1/4 Int Tooth Lk Wshr
19
10-12
3/16 Rod Clip - Plstc - Cntr
1/4-20 Bhscs X 5/8
982069
16
10-12
3/8 Dia. Hole Plug - Plstc
982075
23
10-12
3/8” Female Hydraulic Quick Disconnect
1004608
14C
10-7
3/8” Female Hydraulic Quick Disconnect Cap
1004610
14D
10-7
3/8” Male Hydraulic Quick Disconnect
1004607
14A
10-7
3/8” Male Hydraulic Quick Disconnect Cap
1004609
14B
10-7
5/32 Rod Clip - Rh
982071
18
10-12
7/32 Rod Clip - Lh
982067
14
10-12
7/32 Rod Clip - Rh
982066
13
10-12
8
10-12
8-32 Phms X 1/2
90 Degree Elbows
987282
16
10-22
90 Degree Elbows
982779
17
10-22
Adj. Bolt, Main Conveyor Belt R.H.
750321
6
10-10
Adj. Rod, Tail Pulley
854744
12
10-10
Air Cleaner
988962
9
10-21
855151
8
10-21
Alternative 1-Bar TGA
Air Cleaner Mount
CR6096/46/500
—
10-3
Alternative 1-Bar TGA
CR6096/46/500
—
10-4
1003861
2
10-18
Arm,Strike Arm Lh
1004155556
9
10-24
Arm,Strikeoff Rh
1004154556
12
10-24
151180
8
10-13
1004373
7
10-1
Assy, Padde Shaft --- L.H.
750551SRV
16
10-2
Assy, Temp Bail W/Sleeves
983414-10
28
10-1
Alternator. 160 Amp
Arm,Windshield Wiper
Assy, Axle Pivot Guide Wheel
1003828
13
10-6
Ass'y,Drag Plate
Assy, Under Carriage Bracing
1004178556
16
10-24
Ass'y,Leg Shaker
1004182556
15
10-24
Assy,Monitor Mount 3000SS
1004668
2
10-13
Assy,Monitor Mount 3000SS
1004668
12
10-13
Ass'y,Strike Off
1004167
6
10-24
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Assy. Paddle Beaing, Adj. L.H.
Assy. Paddle Beaing, Adj. R.H.
Part Number
Figure Number
Item Number
750550
15
10-2
750552
18
10-2
Assy. Paddle Shaft, Adj. R.H.
750553SRV
17
10-2
Auger (Snow) L/H - P/S Only
W522855
28
10-2
Auger (Snow) R/H - P/S Only
W522854
29
10-2
Auger/Feeder Control Panel
REF ONLY
14
10-13
Back Up Alarm (3000)
852520
11
10-19
Ball Hitch, 2-5/16
1004234
4
10-23
Ball Joint,.250,Female
920080
20
10-1
Band, Mounting
989242
15
10-21
Bar, Deflector Brace
1004584
10
10-10
Bar, Round W/2 Holes
856997
2
10-10
1004442556
27
10-24
Bearing Insert 3.00 / 400 Stub Axle / 3000
520100
30
10-2
Bearing, 2800 / 3000 Conveyor Tail Pulley
750040
3
10-8
Bearing, 400 Stub Axle (3) "
520100
17
10-10
Bearing, Conveyor Head Pulley R.H. (2800)
710160-28R
13
10-2
Bearing, Conveyor Head Pulley R.H. (2800)
710160-28R
4
10-10
100944
36
10-11
988666-07
6
10-18
1004391
42
10-24
710240556
6
10-2
Bar,Bucket Safety Prop
Belt
Belt, Alternator, Cummins 4.5L
Belt, V-Grooved C-67
Blade Paddle, 2800 / 3000 Feeder
Blade,Windshield Wiper,20"
151190
9
10-13
Bolt
1004426-08
10
10-3
Bolt
1004426-09
11
10-3
Bolt
1004426-13
15
10-3
Bolt
1004426-14
16
10-3
Bolt
1004426-15
17
10-3
Bolt
1004426-08
10
10-4
Bolt
1004426-09
11
10-4
Bolt
1004426-13
15
10-4
Bolt
1004426-14
16
10-4
Bolt
1004426-15
17
10-4
984138
31
10-2
Bolt, Conveyor Adjusting
W520862
9
10-8
Bolt, Hex Hvy 1/2"-13 X 1"
80248
26
10-24
Brace,Bucket Arm
1004536556
31
10-24
Brace,Dump Arms
1004122556
14
10-24
9090-1125SRV
14
10-1
750052
4
10-8
Bolt 1” x 8
Bracket Z Arm TOPCON
Bracket, Tail Pulley Bearing Adjustment
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Description
Part Number
Figure Number
Item Number
Bracket,Camera Plug
1004535
30
10-24
Bracket,Deflector Lh
1004406556
23
10-24
Bracket,Deflector Lh
1004404
24
10-24
Bracket,Deflector Rh
1004407556
18
10-24
Bracket,Deflector Rh
1004405
20
10-24
851578
13
10-1
Bracket,Sonic Tracker,TOPCON
851575SRV
16
10-1
Burn Out Guard, 3000 Tail Pulley
750061
8
10-8
Bushing Fiber
989699
33
10-24
Bushing, 2800 / 3000 Conveyor Head Pulley
750051
14
10-10
Bushing, 2800 / 3000 Conveyor Tail Pulley
750050
5
10-8
Bracket,Sonic Tracker,Topcon
Bushing, Lower Feeder Shaft (Bronze)
710183
21
10-2
1004250
40
10-24
36208
6
10-16
Cab Weldment
760010A
1
10-11
Cable, Camera System, 4PIN,49
1003907
23
10-11
Bushing, Taperlock
Buzzer, 12 V DC, Continuous Tone / 12 V DC
Cam Follower, 3-1/4 "
811316
14
10-2
Camera,Color,Outdoor,12VDC
1003907
37
10-10
Camera Mount Brkt
1004383
27
10-10
Camera Mount Brkt
1004383
38
10-10
Camera Mount Brkt
1004383
24
10-11
Cap Screw, 1/2”-13 X 1.25 Hex
102-406-1A
46
10-11
Cap Screw, 1/2-13 X 1 Hex "
102-405-1A
16
10-9
Cap Screw, 1/2-13 X 2-1/2" Hex Head "
102-411-1A
22
10-10
Cap Screw, 1-8 X 2" Hex Head "
102-909-1A
24
10-10
Cap Screw, 3/8”-16 x 2.50 Hex
102-211-1A
41
10-11
Cap Screw, 3/8-16 X 1 Hex "
102-205-1A
12
10-20
Cap Screw, 3/8-16 X 1-1/2 Hex "
102-207-1A
14
10-8
Cap Screw, 3/8-16 X 1-1/4 Hex "
102-206-1A
18
10-8
Cap Screw, 3/8-16 X 6" Hex Head "
102-225-1A
14
10-20
Cap Screw, 5/16”-18 X 1.75 Hex
102-208-1A
48
10-11
Cap Screw, 5/8-11 X 2 Hex "
102-609-1A
17
10-8
Cap Screw, 5/8-11 X 2" Hex Head "
102-609-1A
23
10-10
Cap Screw, 5/8-11 X 2-1/2 Hex "
102-611-1A
12
10-8
Cap, Hyd. Oil Tank (Lockable)
140030HL
10
10-6
Cap, Radiator
988646-01
26
10-22
A710230
5
10-2
Chain Assy., Feeder
Chain Assy., Feeder L.H.(Paddle)
710230L556
5A
10-2
Chain Assy., Feeder R.H. (Paddle)
710230R556
5B
10-2
34964
1
10-15
Circuit Breaker, 10A, Pan MT / Circuit Breaker
10-60
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Figure Number
Item Number
Circuit Breaker, 15A Pan MT
989260
4
10-15
Circuit Breaker, 30A, Pan MT
989261
2
10-15
Circuit Breaker,25A Pan MT / Circuit Breaker
35701
3
10-15
Clamp, 3 Muffler "
161250
1
10-20
Clamp, 3-1/4 Muffler "
750046
6
10-20
Clamp, Hose 3 Hole Complete Set
854748
21
10-9
Clamp, Insulated Band, 2 1/2”
148-232
10
10-22
Clamp, Muffler, 4.00 Id
34040
22
10-21
Clamp, T-Bolt, 3.00 Id
171090
23
10-21
Clamp, T-Bolt, 3.00 Id
171090
18
10-22
Clamp, T-Bolt, 3.50 Nominal
171190
19
10-22
Clamp, T-Bolt, 4.00 Id
953521243
13
10-21
Clamp, T-Bolt, 5.00 Id
72174
24
10-21
Clamp/3 Hole. Bottom Half
854748-B
22
10-9
Clamp/3 Hole. Top Half
854748-A
20
10-9
870307
15
10-9
Clip, Hyd Cyl. Pin *
983643-02A
3
10-7
Complete Assembly
Coil, 12 VDC
981386
1
10-9
Conn,21-Pin,Plug,HD Series
1002085
16
10-13
Conveyor Belt W / Cleats, 28' Frame
P202014
1
10-8
Conveyor Lift Cylinder
750610
5
10-9
Conveyor Stabilizer
981438
6
10-9
Cooler, Fan Only
36997
16
10-6
Cooler, Oil
35735
17
10-6
Cooler, Oil Assembly
1000516
15
10-6
Cotter Pin
870307
6
10-23
P86879B
2
10-17
Coupling, Flywheel Pump Drive
Cover
982072
21
10-12
Cover
982073
22
10-12
Cover
855132
5
10-19
Cover
988962-04
12
10-21
760021
2
10-11
Cover Hoses
Cover Plate, Valve
983643-11
—
10-7
Cover, Bogie Shaft
1001681556
32
10-24
1003863
32
10-11
CP10-24
983643-04
7
10-7
CSHH, 3/4-10 X 3-3/4"
102-716-1A
5
10-10
CSHH,.375-16X1.50,GR5
102-207-1A
25
10-8
CSHH,.625-11X1.50,GR5 Cap Screw
102-607-1A
29
10-10
CSHH,.625-11X3.50,GR5 | Cap Screw, 5/8-11 X 3-1/2 Hex
102-615-1A
5
10-13
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CSHH,.625-11X4.00,GR5 | Cap Screw, 5/8-11 X 4.00 Hex
Cyl,Hyd 2.50X12.00,2500psi
Part Number
Figure Number
Item Number
102-617-1A
25
10-1
640220
7
10-24
1004241556
4
10-24
Cyl,Hyd,2,0Bx6.0s,W/Sensor
260060
10
10-24
Cyl,Hyd,3.50X10.00X1.75 Rod
700160-28
5
10-1
1000284
14
10-9
Cylinder, Hydraulic
37293
3
10-23
Cylinder, Hydraulic
750610
7
10-6
CylinderSeal Kit
38550-01
—
10-6
CylinderSeal Kit
37620-05
—
10-6
Decal Kit
1000623
21
10-19
Deflector Lh
1004402556
25
10-24
Deflector Rh
1004403556
19
10-24
Defuser
1004577
34
10-10
Display, Graphic, B&W DP200 / DP-200
988699
5
10-15
Door
760062
6
10-11
Cyl,Hyd Bucket Dump
Cyl. Clevis 1.00X 2.75
760062
1
10-12
Drive unit
Door Weldment
1004426-06
8
10-3
Drive unit
1004426-06
8
10-4
Dust Ejection Valve
988962-03
14
10-21
EDC Controller
851545
7
10-17
Edge Trim
760070
4
10-12
Elbow W / Flex Pipe, 3000 Exhaust
750042
2
10-20
Elbow, Rubber, 60, 2.25 Id
984262
7
10-22
Elbow, Rubber, 90, 3.00 Id
34031
5
10-21
Elbow, Rubber, 90, 5.00X 4.00 Id
72172
7
10-21
Element, Fuel Filter, 4.5 Qsb
988666-04
5
10-18
Element, Oil Filter, 4.5 Qsb
988666-03
3
10-18
Element, Primary
988962-01
11
10-21
Element, Secondary
988962-02
10
10-21
34464
-
10-17
Elevator Bolt, 1/4-20 X 1" "
P521452
9
10-10
Engine, Cummins, 152HP, T3
1003900
1
10-17
Fan, Multi Wing. 22” Dia
988934
1
10-18
Filler Neck, Hyd. Oil / Fuel Cap
140030FN
3
10-6
Filter Element, Fuel/Water Separator
988666-05
7
10-18
Filter, Air Pre-Cleaner
852060
17
10-21
Flashing, 25X6.0 X 34. Main (Not Shown)
750241A
Element,Hyd,Chg Filter
10-9
Flat Washer, 1/2” SAE
119-5
44
10-11
Flat Washer, 3/8” SAE
119-3
40
10-11
10-62
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Flat Washer, 3/8” SAE
Part Number
Figure Number
Item Number
119-3
47
10-11
Flat Washer, 3/8” SAE
119-3
53
10-11
Flat Washer, 3/8” SAE
119-3
55
10-11
Flat Washer, 7/16” SAE
119-4
26
10-10
Flow Divider CP10-4L
983643-10
10
10-7
982061
7
10-12
Foam - Door
Frame Window
760170
21
10-11
140030FL
5
10-6
Gas Shock, Engine Back Door
853600
12
10-19
Gasket, S.A.E. B" 2 Bolt "
700480
2
10-2
Gasket, S.A.E. C" 4 Hole "
P77494
20
10-10
Fuel Tank Cap, Lockable
Gauge, Hyd. Oil Level & Temp.
500070
9
10-6
Glass - Door
760080
2
10-12
Grease Fitting, 1/4” X 28 Screw In
140610
25
10-2
750554SRV
27
10-22
160030A1
15
10-19
Grill
Grommet, Tail Lamp Mounting
Group, Engine Hood Loader
988753
6
10-19
Group, Tank, Hydraulic
1004370
11
10-6
Group, Tank. Fuel
1004253
2
10-6
Grp,Engine Hood,Loader
988753
18
10-19
Hairpin Cotter Pin
7303
29
10-24
Handle Nut,.625-11
300060
24
10-1
Harness, Plus 1,Sand Shark
1003851
9
10-16
Harness, TOPCON, Curly Cord, Modified, Sand Shark
1004565
29
10-1
Harness, Topcon, Curly Cord, Sand Shark
1004565
11
10-13
Hfbolt 0.3125-18X2.25x0.875-N
80214
5
10-24
Hinge,3000,Loader,Cab
760101
10
10-11
Hose, 04, Push-On, 3.0 Ft Lg
32882-01
23
10-22
Hose, 05. Push-On, 3.0 Ft Lg
71812-01
24
10-22
Hose, Radiator, Lower
170100A
6
10-22
Hose, Radiator, Upper 685B/3000
170071A
9
10-22
Hose,Defroster
P52281
37
10-11
Hose,Heater,.625
TF10199
38
10-11
36136
34
10-24
953521244
16
10-21
Hx-Shcs 0.5-20X1.125x1.125-N
80387
11
10-24
Hx-Shcs 0.5-20X1.125x1.125-N
80387
38
10-24
Hyd. Motor, Feeder Drive, 3000
710100
1
10-2
Hyd. Motor, Main Conveyor Drive
750310
21
10-10
Hyd.Cyl.,Discharge Baffle
P521124
1
10-10
Hub, Wheel Complete #W45-8
Hump Hose, Reducer, 5.00-4.00 Id
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Description
Hydraulic Cylinder
Part Number
Figure Number
Item Number
37293
14
10-6
Idler with track adjuster
1004426-03
4
10-3
Idler with track adjuster
1004426-03
4
10-4
171220
21
10-21
Int. Handle & Bezel- Rh
982063
10
10-12
Interior Handle
982060
5
10-12
Indicator, Air Filter
J. Bracket Main Conveyor
Joystick
Key Vandalism
Key, Door
Key, Vandalism Lock
Key, Vandalism Lock
854741
4
10-9
987134-02
3
10-14
35560
28A
10-22
760010A-02
25
10-12
35560
4A
10-19
35560
20
10-19
982008-04
9A
10-15
Keystock,Sq,.375X1.75
857137
23
10-8
Keyway, Paddle Conveyor
710171-2
9
10-2
P202014-01
1A
10-8
Key. Ignition,Kubota, 300B,635/Order 1 Receive 2Keys
Kit, Lacing Repair
Kit,A/C/Heat,3000
853700
35
10-11
Kit,Bolt Cutting Edge
1004616
31
10-1
Latch - Smc Modified - Rh
982062
9
10-12
Latch Rod, Lh
982065
12
10-12
Latch, Engine Access Panel
160450
4
10-19
Latch, Goose Neck, 2 -5/16”
1004191556
1
10-24
Latch, Radiator Access Panel
160460
19
10-19
Latch, Radiator Access Panel
160460
28
10-22
1
10-3
LH side frame
Light Mounting Brkt
1004383
26
10-11
Light, 5’, Tractor
1003862
31
10-11
Light, Mount Brkt
1004383
31
10-10
Light, Tail, Red
160030A
13
10-19
Light,Amber, Dash, 50 Hole
1001625
1
10-14
Light,Halogen,Trap,55 Watt
160040A
36
10-10
Light,Halogen,Trap,55 Watt
160040A
25
10-11
Light,Halogen,Trap,55 Watt
160040A
14
10-19
Link & Pin Assy., Feeder Chain (2800/3000)
710230-1
5C
10-2
Link, Top Rad Gusset
988748
2
10-22
Loader, Rear Connection
1004233
1
10-23
143-3
16
10-8
Lock Nut, 3/8-16 Hex "
982070
17
10-12
Lock Washer, 3/8”
Lock Trip Rod - 5/32 Dia. - Cntr
118-3
50
10-11
Lock Washer, 3/8”
118-3
57
10-11
10-64
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Part Number
Figure Number
Item Number
Locking Collar, 2-1/2 I.D. "
120120
12
10-2
Locknut, 3/8”-16
143-3
39
10-11
Locknut, 3/8”-16 Hex
143-3
52
10-11
Locknut, 3/8”-16 Hex
143-3
56
10-11
Lockwasher, 1/2”
118-5
45
10-11
1004108
1
10-7
Manifold, Hyd 13 station Sand Shark
Master Bushing
1004426-26
11
10-5
Mirror Head, West Coast
852570
29
10-11
Mirror, Outside Rearview
151370
28
10-11
Motor
1004102
39
10-24
Motor Mount
854788
18
10-10
Motor Mount,LH
981778
5
10-17
Motor Mount,RH
750581
6
10-17
Motor, Drive 18T
989183
18
10-3
Motor, Drive 18T
989183
18
10-4
151170
3
10-13
Motor,Windshield Wiper
Mount Block Assembly Pivot
982765
22
10-1
Mount, Light, Mirror
856987
30
10-11
Mount, Torque Hub
854932
4
10-2
Mounting Bar, Mirror
985624
42
10-11
Mounting Bar, Mirror Group
856896
43
10-11
Mounting Bracket, Mirror
856987
51
10-11
Mounting Bracket, Mirror
856987
54
10-11
Mounting Pad
320140
4
10-17
Muffler, 3000 Exhaust
750043
3
10-20
Number 36, Hose Clamp
500230
21
10-22
Number 4, Hose Clamp
33277
25
10-22
Nut 1”
80009
32
10-2
Nut, 1/2 "
116-5
19
10-9
Nut, 3/4-10 Hex "
116-8
10
10-8
Nut, 3/4-10 Hex "
116-8
7
10-10
Nut, 3/8”-16 Hex
116-3
34
10-11
Nut, 3/8”-16 Hex
116-3
49
10-11
Nut, 3/8-16 Hex "
116-3
13
10-20
983643-03
4
10-7
Nut,Hex,.437-14
116-4
28
10-10
Nut,Hex,.625-11
116-7
33
10-10
116-7-1
7
10-13
O.S. Paddle Handle - Rh
982064
11
10-12
O-Ring
980493
11
10-17
Nut, Coil
Nut,Hex,Jam,.625-11 | nut, 5/8"-11 Hex Jam
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Description
O-Ring, Tandem/Gearbox
Paddle Bearing Plate
Part Number
Figure Number
Item Number
984992
8
10-17
854946A
27
10-2
Paddle Roller Spacer / 3000
854953
14A
10-2
Paddle Shaft Stop
854955
23
10-2
Paddle, Motor Mount Slide
854933
24
10-2
Panel Side
760031
3
10-11
Pin, 1” OD x 5.25”
980167SRV
5
10-23
Pin, Clevis
210060
3
10-10
Pin, Conveyor Belt Lacing (30") W/O Metal Tips
750080
2
10-8
28747
15A
10-24
1004416
21
10-24
Pin, Cotter
Pin,Bucket Lift
Pin,Bucket Lift
1004417
22
10-24
Pin,Clevis 1.00 X 3.25 W 3 Holes
1004423
28
10-24
81019
18
10-6
Pipe, 3000 Exhaust Stack
750047
7
10-20
Pipe, Air Intake, 4.00X54.00
1000723
4
10-21
Pin,Cotter,.156X2.50
Pivot Mount, TOPCON/Spectra
851575SRV
15
10-1
Pl, Cover, Air Cleaner, 3000
1000707
20
10-21
Plate W / Clamps, 3000 Muffler Mount
750048
9
10-20
Plate, 3000 Muffler Heat Shield
750045
5
10-20
Plate, Frame Side Left 3000
1000557
8
10-19
Plate, Frame Side Right 3000
1000556
7
10-19
Plate, Hydraulic Output
980286
—
10-7
Plate,Bent,Radiator Hose Bracket
1004599
20
10-22
Plate,Bent,Radiator Hose Bracket
1004599
29
10-22
Plate,Cutting Edge Gauge,Top
1004486
18
10-1
Plate,Decal Plate
1004487
17
10-1
1004726
3
10-1
Plug
Plate,Moldboard Widener,RH
987220-01
—
10-7
Plug
987220-02
—
10-7
982076
24
10-12
987220-05
6
10-7
Plug, 3/4, Button, Nylon, Black
Plug, CP08-20
Plus-One Controller (Controls, 50 Pin ) Generic
1003456
8
10-16
1004426-18
3
10-5
Potentiometer, 100 Ohm / Potentionmeter
35050
2
10-16
Pulley, Head Drum W/Lag
750260
13
10-10
Pulley, Sifter Drive
1004847
41
10-24
Pump Drive,Dual,3000
P76869A
3
10-17
Pump Drive,Hyd,Double Drive
980400
9
10-17
Pump,Gear Charge
980500
13
10-17
Polyurethane Seal
10-66
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Part Number
Figure Number
Item Number
980490
12
10-17
Pump,Variable
980470
10
10-17
Rad/Cac/Oil Cooler
988646
1
10-22
Rain Cap, 3” Exhaust Pipe
750041
*8
10-20
Reducer
982780
12
10-22
Reducer, Rubber, 3.00 Id/4.00 Od
1000575
3
10-21
Pump,Hyd,Load Sense,38CC
Remote , Signal
36150
5
10-16
Rh I/S Trip Rod
982068
15
10-12
1
10-4
RH side frame
Rock guard
1004426-04
6
10-3
Rock guard
1004426-04
6
10-4
Rod, Paddle Chain Adjuster
750549SRV
7
10-2
1004485
19
10-1
Roller Assy (30 Degree), Conveyor Troughing
750130
21
10-8
Roller Assy(15 Degree), Conveyor Troughing
750131
20
10-8
Roller Assy.(25 Degree), Conveyor Troughing
986341
22
10-8
Rod,Cutting Edge Gauge
Roller Assy., Conveyor Return Idler
750090
3
10-9
Roller Assy., Conveyor Return Idler
750090
7
10-9
Roller, 2800 / 3000 Troughing Idler
750140
2
10-9
Scraper, 3000 Tail Pulley
750062
13
10-8
Seal
760090
13
10-11
Seal
210240
20
10-2
Seal Door
760070
7
10-11
Seal Front
760090
17
10-11
Seal Kit
38922-01
Seal Kit
37620-05
Seal Kit
1004102-01
10-10
-
10-23
10-24
Seal Rear
760090
15
10-11
Seal Side
760090
20
10-11
Seal Window
760090
9
10-11
Seal Window
760180
22
10-11
360010B
1
10-13
Seat Assy,Black,W/Armrest
Sender, Temperature Gauge
35368
12
10-6
Sending Unit, Fuel Level
140040
4
10-6
Sensor, Coolant Level
988986
5
10-22
Shaft, 2800 / 3000 Conveyor Head Pulley
750271
15
10-10
Shaft, 3000 Feeder Lower
710221A
22
10-2
Shaft, 3000 Feeder Upper Drive
710171A
8
10-2
Shaft, 3000 Main Conveyor Tail Pulley
750032
6
10-8
171231
9
10-19
Shaft, Main Conveyor Support
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Description
Shield, Loader Bucket
Part Number
Figure Number
Item Number
1003919
11
10-10
Side Plate, Back Left Side
854801
11
10-9
Side Plate, Back Right Side
854797
10
10-9
Side Plate, Center Left Side
854798
12
10-9
Side Plate, Center Right
854799
9
10-9
Side Plate, Front Left Side
854796
13
10-9
Side Plate, Front Right
854795
8
10-9
Sifter,Remote Control, Transmitter/Receiver
1004229
15
10-13
Snap Ring, Conveyor L.H. Bearing Retainer
750323
16
10-10
Socket, Door, Stop
P527323
11
10-11
Solenoid Valve
983643-01
2
10-7
Solenoid Valve
1004108-02
—
10-7
Solenoid Valve SV12-28
720290
11
10-7
Solenoid,12V,Constant Duty/ 635B/685 Instrument Panel
720290
14
10-15
1004426-24
9
10-5
Spacer Tube, 3000 Exhaust Heat Shield
856999
4
10-20
Spacer, Guide Wheel
1004438
8
10-1
Spacer, Guide Wheel
1004439
10
10-1
Spacer,Guide Wheel Assy
1004724
11
10-1
Spacer,Wheel 3000SS
1004387
36
10-24
Sprocket
1004426-01
2
10-3
Sprocket
1004426-01
2
10-4
855066
19
10-2
710182
10
10-2
Starter, Denso. R2.7
988666-02
4
10-18
Strainer & Gasket Kit, Hyd./ Fuel Filler
140030GK
6
10-6
Strobe Light, Amber
211748-02
33
10-11
Spacer
Sprocket, 3000 Feeder Chain Lower (Paddle)
Sprocket, Feeder Chain Upper Paddle Dr
Suspension Bracketry,Seat, Low
140600
4
10-13
Switch and Indicator
REF ONLY
13
10-13
Switch, E-Stop, Base W/ Button
988924-10
7
10-16
39146-14
9
10-15
981357
8
10-6
Switch, Ignition w/ Heat ST / Kubota
Switch, Low Hyd. Oil Level
982249
8
10-15
Switch, Toggle Spot,2POS Toggle Sw. (3Pole)
Switch, Push Button
851090624
2
10-14
Switch, Toggle Spot,2POS Toggle Sw. (3Pole)
851090624
4
10-14
Switch, Toggle, 2-Pos, Spdt, Toggle Switch (3 POS)
851090624
7
10-15
851392
4
10-16
Switch, Toggle, 3-Pos, Spdt, Mom
Switch, Toggle, 3-Pos, Spdt, Mom
851392
6
10-15
Switch, Toggle, Spdt, 3-Pos, Mom
851392
3
10-16
Switch, Toggle, SPST,2-Pos, 2 Speed High/Low
851391
10
10-15
10-68
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Switch, Wipper/ Washer (3000)
Switch. Toggle, SPDT, 2 -POS / Toggle Sw (3Ploe)
Part Number
Figure Number
Item Number
853090
12
10-15
851090624
1
10-16
Tail Light Box,LH
981565
17
10-19
Tail Light Box,RH
981564
16
10-19
Tail Pulley, Winged 2800/3000
750060
7
10-8
Tank, Radiator Overflow
983273
22
10-22
Tank,Windshield Wiper Washer
151200
13
10-15
710150-28
11
10-2
987982
15
10-15
Tire And Rim
100391655W
37
10-24
Top Roller
1004426-05
7
10-3
Top Roller
1004426-05
7
10-4
Topcon V Control
983414-02
10
10-13
750300
19
10-10
710090-28
3
10-2
1004426-20
5
10-5
Track chain assembly
CR5985/46/500
5
10-3
Track chain assembly
CR5985/46/500
5
10-4
Track link LH
1004426-16
1
10-5
Track link RH
1004426-17
2
10-5
Track Pin
1004426-19
4
10-5
Track Pin Master
1004426-25
10
10-5
Track roller
1004426-02
3
10-3
Track roller
1004426-02
3
10-4
Track Shoe 500mm wide
1004426-23
8
10-5
Track Shoe Bolt
1004426-22
7
10-5
Track Shoe Nut
1004426-21
6
10-5
TSD Sonic Tracker II
Taper Lock Bushing, 2 1/2 "
Terminal Block, 10 Gang
Torque Hub, 2800 / 3000 Conveyor Drive
Torque Hub, Feeder Drive
Track bushing
983414-01
12
10-1
Tube, Bent Air Intake, 3.00 Od
1000500
1
10-21
Tube, Bent Air Intake, 3.00 Od
1000501
2
10-21
Tube, Bent, Charge Air, 3.00 Od
1000504
11
10-22
Tube, Bent, Charge Air, 3.00 Od
1000502
14
10-22
Tube, Bent, Charge Air, 3.00 Od
1000503
15
10-22
Tube, High Temp, 3” Id X 4”L, Str
987281
6
10-21
Tube, High Temp, 3”Id X 4”L, Str
987281
13
10-22
Tube, Rnd, 2.25Od X 2.00Id X3.00 Lg
42541
8
10-22
Tube, Sleeve, Loader Air Cleaner
1000862
18
10-21
Tube, Spindle Pin Stop
1004422
8
10-24
Tubing,Guide Wheel
1004378
6
10-1
Turnbuckle
P526113
13
10-24
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Valve
Part Number
Figure Number
Item Number
1004426-11
13
10-3
Valve
1004426-11
13
10-4
Valve, Check
983643-08
9
10-7
Valve, Check
987220-03
—
10-7
Valve, Check
988657-01
—
10-7
Valve, Check PC10-30
986992-03
12
10-7
Valve, Counterbalance CBCA-LNN
987220-07
13
10-7
Valve, Dual Check
983643-05
8
10-7
Valve, Reducing CP08-30
1004108-03
5
10-7
W/M Hitch Drawbar
1004794SRV
2
10-23
1003826
1
10-6
W/M Main Frame, 3000SS
W/M, Air Intake Stabilizer, 3000
1000721
19
10-21
W/m, Deflector Mount
1004581
8
10-10
W/m, Defuser
1004580
35
10-10
W/M, Frt Rad Mount
988759
3
10-22
W/M, Rear Rad Mount
988762
4
10-22
W/M,Auger Box Side, LH
1004701
2
10-1
W/M,Auger Box Side, RH
1004702
1
10-1
W/M,Lever Height Gauge
1004054
21
10-1
W/M,Moldboard Tension Bar
1004790
23
10-1
W/M,Widener With Guide Brkt,LH
1004730
4
10-1
W/M. Engine Cover Loader
1000072
1
10-19
W/M. Engine Door Rh
986742
10
10-19
W/M. Engine Side Cover Lh
988813
3
10-19
W/M. Engine Side Cover Rh
988812
2
10-19
Washer
1004426-07
9
10-3
Washer
1004426-10
12
10-3
Washer
1004426-12
14
10-3
Washer
1004426-07
9
10-4
Washer
1004426-10
12
10-4
Washer
1004426-12
14
10-4
Washer 1”
119-10
33
10-2
Washer, 1 Lock "
118-10
24B
10-10
Washer, 1 S.A.E. Flat "
119-10
24A
10-10
Washer, 1/2 Lock "
118-5
22B
10-10
Washer, 1/2 S.A.E. Flat "
119-5
22A
10-10
Washer, 3/8 Lock "
118-3
19
10-8
Washer, 3/8 Lock "
118-3
11
10-20
Washer, 3/8 Sae Flat "
119-3
15
10-8
Washer, 3/8 Sae Flat "
119-3
10
10-20
10-70
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Part Number
Figure Number
Item Number
Washer, 5/8 Lock "
118-7
11
10-8
Washer, 5/8 Lock "
118-7
23B
10-10
Washer, 5/8 S.A.E. Flat "
119-7
23A
10-10
Washer, Flat 1/2 "
119-5
17
10-9
Washer, Lock 1/2 "
118-5
18
10-9
Washer,FLAT,SAE,.625
119-7
32
10-10
Washer,Flat,SAE,.625 | Flat
119-7
26
10-1
Washer,Flat,SAE,.625 | Flat Washer, 5/8" SAE
119-7
6
10-13
Washer,Lock,.375
118-3
24
10-8
Washer,Lock,.437
118-4
25
10-10
Washer,Lock,.563
118-6
30
10-10
1004430
30
10-1
851441
11
10-15
Weldment,Bucket
1004196556
3
10-24
Weldment,Cutting Edge
1003910SRV
27
10-1
1004118
2
10-24
Wearplate,Plastic,Sand Shark Cutting Edge
Weather Boot, toggle Switch/ (Long)
Weldment,Dump Arm
Weldment,Motor Mount
1004254556
17
10-24
Weldment,Tandum Axle
1004151556
35
10-24
Wheel, Guide Wheel
1004372
9
10-1
Window
760130
14
10-11
Window Assembly
760150
18
10-11
Window Door
760080
8
10-11
Window Front
760140
16
10-11
Window Right
760160
19
10-11
Window Right Side
760120
12
10-11
Windshield Seal
760090
3
10-12
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500 Lincoln County Parkway Ext.
Lincolnton, North Carolina 28092
Phone: (704) 966-3300 - Fax Sales: (704) 483-5802
www.leeboy.com
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