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Operation and parts Manual
MODELs
AR13HA
AR13HAR
ride-on tandem drum roller
Series drive system
(HONDA GX630RQZB2 GASOLINE ENGINE)
Serial No. 110301 and ABOVE
Revision #0 (06/22/11)
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THIS MANUAL MUST ACCOMPANY THE EQUIPMENT AT ALL TIMES.
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Table of Contents
AR13HA/HAR Ride-On
Tandem Roller
Proposition 65 Warning............................................ 2
Table Of Contents..................................................... 3
Safety Information................................................. 4-8
Specifications...................................................... 9-10
Dimensions............................................................. 11
General Information........................................... 12-13
Components...................................................... 14-16
Basic Engine........................................................... 17
Inspection.......................................................... 18-20
Operation........................................................... 21-22
Maintenance...................................................... 23-32
Preparation For Long-Term Storage....................... 33
Manifold Test Ports................................................. 34
Hydraulic System Diagram..................................... 35
Hydraulic Hose Connections............................. 36-37
Troubleshooting................................................. 38-39
Wiring Diagram....................................................... 40
Drawings
Explanation Of Code In Remarks Column............. 42
Suggested Spare Parts.......................................... 43
Nameplate And Decals...................................... 44-47
Front Drum Assy................................................ 48-49
Exciter Assy....................................................... 50-51
Rear Drum And Chassis Assy........................... 52-53
Covers And Frame Articulation Lock Assy......... 54-55
Hood And Rear Panel Assy............................... 56-57
Steering Column And Hydraulic Articulation Assy...58-59
Articulation Arm Assy......................................... 60-61
Hydraulic Drive Pump Assy................................ 62-63
Manifold And Hydraulic Oil Filter Assy............... 64-65
Fuel Tank Assy................................................... 66-67
Water Tank Assy................................................ 68-69
Engine And Muffler Assy.................................... 70-71
Throttle Assy...................................................... 72-73
Brake Control Assy............................................ 74-75
Battery Assy....................................................... 76-77
Scrapper Assy.................................................... 78-79
Terms And Conditions Of Sale — Parts................. 80
NOTICE
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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Safety Information
Do not operate or service the equipment before reading
the entire manual. Safety precautions should be followed
at all times when operating this equipment.
Failure to read and understand the safety
messages and operating instructions could
result in injury to yourself and others.
saFeTY messages
The four safety messages shown below will inform you
about potential hazards that could injure you or others. The
safety messages specifically address the level of exposure
to the operator and are preceded by one of four words:
DangeR, WaRning, CauTiOn or nOTiCe.
The following table shows the potential hazards associated
with the operation of this equipment.
Symbol
Safety Hazard
Lethal exhaust gas hazards
Explosive fuel hazards
saFeTY sYmBOLs
DangeR
Burn hazards
Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not avoided,
WiLL result in DeaTH or seRiOus injuRY.
WaRning
Respiratory hazards
Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not avoided,
COuLD result in DeaTH or seRiOus injuRY.
CauTiOn
Rotating parts hazards
Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not avoided,
COuLD result in minOR or mODeRaTe injuRY.
NOTICE
Pressurized fluid hazards
Addresses practices not related to personal injury.
Electric shock hazards
Runover hazards
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Safety Information
geneRaL saFeTY
CauTiOn
„ neveR operate this equipment without proper protective
clothing, shatterproof glasses, respiratory protection,
hearing protection, steel-toed boots and other protective
devices required by the job or city and state regulations.
„ neveR operate this equipment when not
feeling well due to fatigue, illness or when
under medication.
„ neveR operate this equipment under the influence of
drugs or alcohol.
„ aLWaYs check the equipment for loosened threads or
bolts before starting.
„ DO nOT use the equipment for any purpose other than
its intended purposes or applications.
NOTICE
„ This equipment should only be operated by trained and
qualified personnel 18 years of age and older.
„ Whenever necessary, replace nameplate, operation and
safety decals when they become difficult read.
„ Manufacturer does not assume responsibility for any
accident due to equipment modifications. Unauthorized
equipment modification will void all warranties.
„ neveR use accessories or attachments that are not
recommended by Multiquip for this equipment. Damage
to the equipment and/or injury to user may result.
„ aLWaYs know the location of the nearest
fire extinguisher.
„ aLWaYs know the location of the nearest
first aid kit.
„ aLWaYs know the location of the nearest phone or keep
a phone on the job site. Also, know the phone numbers
of the nearest ambulance, doctor and fire department.
This information will be invaluable in the case of an
emergency.
„ aLWaYs clear the work area of any debris, tools, etc.
that would constitute a hazard while the equipment is
in operation.
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Safety Information
ROLLeR saFeTY
DangeR
„ neveR operate the equipment in an explosive
atmosphere or near combustible materials. An
explosion or fire could result causing severe
bodily harm or even death.
WaRning
„ neveR disconnect any emergency or safety devices.
These devices are intended for operator safety.
Disconnection of these devices can cause severe injury,
bodily harm or even death. Disconnection of any of these
devices will void all warranties.
CauTiOn
„ neveR lubricate components or attempt service on a
running machine.
„ Never leave the roller unattended with the engine
running. Turn off engine.
„ Use chock blocks when parking roller on a grade.
„ DO nOT use worn-out hoses or couplings. Inspect daily.
„ aLWaYs store equipment properly when it is not being
used. Equipment should be stored in a clean, dry location
out of the reach of children and unauthorized personnel.
engine saFeTY
DangeR
„ The engine fuel exhaust gases contain poisonous carbon
monoxide. This gas is colorless and odorless, and can
cause death if inhaled.
„ The engine of this equipment requires an adequate
free flow of cooling air. neveR operate this equipment
in any enclosed or narrow
area where free flow of the
air is restricted. If the air
flow is restricted it will cause
injury to people and property
and serious damage to the
equipment or engine.
DANGEROUS
GAS FUMES
WaRning
„ Use extreme care when operating near obstructions, on
slippery surfaces, grades, and slide slopes.
„ DO nOT place hands or fingers inside engine
compartment when engine is running.
„ When reversing, particularly on the edges and banks
of ditches, as well as in front of obstaces, the operator
must stay in a standing position at a safe distance from
the machine.
„ neveR operate the engine with heat shields or
guards removed.
„ When operating near any house/building or pipelines,
always check the effect of machine vibration. Stop work
if necessary.
„ DO nOT operate the roller with the covers open.
„ aLWaYs keep the machine away from other personnel
and obstacles. Always keep immediate are free of
bystanders.
NOTICE
„ aLWaYs keep the machine in proper running condition.
„ Keep fingers, hands hair and clothing away
from all moving parts to prevent injury.
„ DO nOT remove the engine oil drain plug
while the engine is hot. Hot oil will gush out of the oil
tank and severely scald any persons in the general area
of the roller.
CauTiOn
„ neveR touch the hot exhaust manifold,
muffler or cylinder. Allow these parts to cool
before servicing equipment.
„ Always turn the engine off before performing maintenance.
„ Fix damage to machine and replace any broken parts
immediately.
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Safety Information
or hot.
NOTICE
„ neveR run engine without an air filter or with a dirty air
filter. Severe engine damage may occur. Service air filter
frequently to prevent engine malfunction.
„ DO nOT overfill tank, since spilled fuel could ignite if it
comes into contact with hot engine parts or sparks from
the ignition system.
„ neveR tamper with the factory settings
of the engine or engine governor. Damage
to the engine or equipment can result
if operating in speed ranges above the
maximum allowable.
„ Store fuel in appropriate containers, in well-ventilated
areas and away from sparks and flames.
„ neveR tip the engine to extreme angles during lifting as
it may cause oil to gravitate into the cylinder head, making
the engine start difficult.
FueL saFeTY
„ neveR use fuel as a cleaning agent.
„ DO nOT smoke around or near the
equipment. Fire or explosion could result
from fuel vapors or if fuel is spilled on a
hot engine.
BaTTeRY saFeTY (eLeCTRiC sTaRT OnLY)
DangeR
DangeR
„ DO NOT add fuel to equipment if it is placed inside truck
bed with plastic liner. Possibility exists of explosion or
fire due to static electricity.
FUEL
„ DO nOT drop the battery. There is a possibility that the
battery will explode.
„ DO nOT expose the battery to open flames,
sparks, cigarettes, etc. The battery contains
combustible gases and liquids. If these
gases and liquids come into contact with a
flame or spark, an explosion could occur.
WaRning
FUEL
„ aLWaYs wear safety glasses when
handling the battery to avoid eye irritation.
The battery contains acids that can cause
injury to the eyes and skin.
„ Use well-insulated gloves when picking up
the battery.
„ DO nOT start the engine near spilled fuel or combustible
fluids. Diesel fuel is extremely flammable and its vapors
can cause an explosion if ignited.
„ aLWaYs refuel in a well-ventilated area, away from
sparks and open flames.
„ aLWaYs use extreme caution when working with
flammable liquids.
„ DO nOT fill the fuel tank while the engine is running
„ aLWaYs keep the battery charged. If the battery is not
charged, combustible gas will build up.
„ DO nOT charge battery if frozen. Battery can explode.
When frozen, warm the battery to at least 61°F (16°C).
„ aLWaYs recharge the battery in a well-ventilated
environment to avoid the risk of a dangerous concentration
of combustible gases.
„ If the battery liquid (dilute sulfuric acid)
comes into contact with clothing or skin,
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Safety Information
rinse skin or clothing immediately with plenty of water.
„ If the battery liquid (dilute sulfuric acid) comes into
contact with eyes, rinse eyes immediately with plenty
of water and contact the nearest doctor or hospital to
seek medical attention.
CauTiOn
„ aLWaYs disconnect the negaTive battery terminal
before performing service on the equipment.
„ aLWaYs keep battery cables in good working condition.
Repair or replace all worn cables.
TRanspORTing saFeTY
transporting on a trailer. Make sure all supports attaching
the roller to the trailer are tight.
enviROnmenTaL saFeTY
NOTICE
„ Dispose of hazardous waste properly.
Examples of potentially hazardous waste
are used motor oil, fuel and fuel filters.
„ DO nOT use food or plastic containers to dispose of
hazardous waste.
„ DO nOT pour waste, oil or fuel directly onto the ground,
down a drain or into any water source.
CauTiOn
„ NEVER allow any person or animal to stand underneath
the equipment while lifting.
NOTICE
„ Before lifting, make sure that the equipment parts are not
damaged and screws are not loose or missing.
„ Use lifting equipment capable of lifting the weight of
the roller.
„ Always make sure crane or lifitng device has been
properly secured to the lifting bail (hook) of the
equipment.
„ aLWaYs shutdown engine before transporting.
„ neveR lift the equipment while the engine is running.
„ Tighten fuel tank cap securely and close fuel cock to
prevent fuel from spilling.
„ Use adequate lifting cable (wire or rope) of sufficient
strength.
„ Use one point suspension hook and lift straight upwards
with sufficient bearing capacity to prevent machine from
tilting or slipping.
„ DO nOT lift machine to unnecessary heights.
„ aLWaYs make sure that roller is secured correctly when
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SPECIFICATIONS
Table 1. Specifications (Roller)
Shipping Weight
2,572 lbs. (1,167 Kg.)
Dry Weight
2,428 lbs. (1101 Kg.)
Operating Weight
3,088 lbs. (1,400 Kg.)
Operating Weight w/ Drum Ballast
3173 lbs. (1,439 Kg.)
Overall Length
85 in. (2,159 mm.)
Overall Width
38.25 in. (972 mm.)
Overall Height-ROPS (up)
88 in.(2235 mm.)
Maximum Rolling Width
35.7 in. (907 cm.)
Turning Radius-Inside
109 in. (2,768 mm.)
Ground Clearance
11.5 in. (292 mm.)
Curb Clearance
7.75L, 19.0R (197 mm., 483 mm.)
Wall Clearance
1.75L, 1.25R (45 mm., 32 mm.)
Wheelbase
45 in. (1,143 mm.)
Drum Width
35.7 in. (907 mm.)
Drum Diameter
22.6 in. (574 mm.)
Drum Thickness
0.38 in. (10.0 mm.)
Centrifugal Force 2,400 - 2,700 rpm
3,100 Lbs. (1,406 Kg.)
Vibrations per minute 2,400 - 2,700 rpm
4,000 VPM
Dynamic Linear Force
87.5 Lbs./in. (39.6 Kg./cm.)
per Drum 2,400 - 2,700 rpm
(front only)
Oscillating Angle
11 degrees
Hydraulic Oil Tank Capacity
5.7 U.S. Gallons (21.6 Liters)
Cooling System
Air
Fuel
Gasoline
Fuel Tank Capacity
9.5 U.S. Gallons (36 Liters)
Water Tank Capacity
40 Gallons (181 Liters)
Battery
12 Volt Group Type U1
Travel Speed -variable0-4.8 MPH (0-7.7 KPH)
Grade Ability w-w/o Vibration
15 degrees (27%)
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SPECIFICATIONS
Table 2. Specifications (Engine)
Model
Honda GX630RQZB2 Engine
Air-Cooled 4 Stroke, Overhead Valve, 2 cylinders
Type
(90 degree V-Twin), Gasoline Engine.
Piston Displacement
37.5 cu. in. (614 cc)
[Bore x Stroke]
[3.03 in. x 2.60 in. (77 mm x 66 mm)]
Max. Output
20 hp (13.4 KW, 18.3 PS) at 3,600 rpm
Max. Governed Speed, No Load
3,500 rpm
Max. Torque
31.8 lbf-ft. at 2,500 rpm
Cooling System
Forced Air
Engine Oil
SAE-10W-30 for general use
Engine Oil Capacity (with oil filter replacement)
1.90 qts. (1.80 liters)
Engine Oil Capacity (without oil filter replacement)
1.59 qts. (1.50 liters)
Fuel
Unleaded gasoline
Fuel Consumption
0.51 lb/hph (313 g/kWh, 230 g/PSh)
Spark Plug Type
NGK: ZGR5A
DENSO: J16CR-U
22.6 in. (574 mm.)
Idle Speed
1,400 +/- 150 rpm
PTO Shaft Rotation
Counterclockwise
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dimensionS
Figure 1. Roller Dimensions
Table 3. Dimensions (Roller)
Wheelbase
A 45.0 in. (1,143 mm.)
Drum Diameter
B 22.6 in. (574 mm.)
Curb Clearance
C 7.75 in. Left, 19.0 in. Right ( 197 mm., 483 mm.)
Drum Width
D 35.7 in. (907 mm.)
Overall Height (with ROPS)
E 88 in. (2,235 mm.)
Ground Clearance
F 11.5 in. (292 mm.)
Overall Length
G 85 in. (2,159 mm.)
Wall Clearance
H 1.75 in. Left, 1.25 in. Right ( 45 mm., 32 mm.)
Drum Thickness
I .38 in. (10 mm.)
Overall Width
J 38.25 in. (972 mm.)
Seat Height
K 63 in. (1,600 mm.)
Steering Wheel
L 60 in. (1,524 mm.)
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general information
The AR13HA/HAR roller has been designed for asphalt
application and compaction of granular soils used in
site preparation. Use the machine only for the purpose
intended and by experienced personnel who understand
this operation manual and all safety decals. Typical
applications for this roller are driveways, patch work and
road repairs. Standard features included with this roller
are articulated steering, double drum hydrostatic drive,
front drum vibration, high curb clearance and on-board
water capability.
POWER PLANT
The AR13HA/HAR roller is powered by a Honda GX630,
air-cooled, gasoline engine rated at 20 hp @3,500 rpm.
The engine features a side-mounted muffler designed to
direct engine exhaust away from the operator. In the event
of low oil, this engine has a built in "oil alert system" that
will shut down if the engine oil level reaches an unsafe
operating level.
HYDRAULIC SYSTEM
The Honda GX630 engine drives an axial hydraulics,
variable displacement pump which is manually controlled
via a cable control system. Pump flow is directed through
an aluminum block manifold which provides the control for
the 3 hydraulic motors.
The hydraulic drum drive system incorporates a parallel
closed loop configuration operating at a maximum pressure
of 2,900 psi. In addition this hydraulic system offers a "free
wheel valve" which allows the roller to be towed in the event
of an emergency.
COMPACTION SYSTEM
The compaction force is delivered by a 36-inch wide steel
drum with beveled edges to help prevent asphalt marring.
A fully enclosed hydrostatic drive system offers a variable
speed control as well as smooth acceleration and braking.
Connected to the axial hydraulic pump is a gear pump
that provides power for the drum vibratory system and
the articulating steering system. Oil from this pump flows
to the manifold control valve block and then to a hydraulic
motor which rotates the eccentric weights inside a sealed
housing containing oil to lubricate the bearings.
A pushbutton switch located on top of the gearshift lever,
when pressed, activates a hydraforce valve that engages
or disengages the vibratory action. The drum's vibratory
action generates 3,100 lbs. (1,406 Kg.) of centrifugal force
at a frequency of 4,000 vpm (vibrations per minute). If the
vibration appears to be weak or slow, allow the machine to
warm-up thoroughly, and check the hydraulic oil level. Add
hydraulic oil if necessary.
The vibrator housing and drum are shock mounted to
isolate the engine compartment and operator from vibration.
The roller nominally has an operating weight of 3,088 lbs
(1,400 Kg.), but can be increased to 3,309 lbs (1,500 Kg.)
by adding a water ballast to the rear drum.
HYDRAULIC OIL FILTER SYSTEM
The hydraulic system oil is filtered by a screen type filter
located in the reservoir filler neck, then doubled filtered
within the system first by a 40 micron mesh-type suction
filter located in the tank and the by a Zinga 10-micron,
cartridge style, spin-on return line filter.
ARTICULATED STEERING SYSTEM
Power for the articulated steering system, which uses a
single hydraulic cylinder, is provided by the gear pump.
This steering system can produce an inside turning radius
of 109 inches (2.77 meters).
SPRINKLER SYSTEM
A 40-gallon (181 liters) water tank with a gravity feed spray
bar is provided for wetting the roll for asphaltic pavement
rolling.
The water system is fully adjustable from the operator’s
position by adjusting the two water valves. The front valve
controls the water supply to the front drum, and the rear
valve controls water to the rear drum.
Before starting an asphalt rolling job, be sure all spray bar
holes are clear of dirt or foreign matter and are working.
Always use clean fresh water in the water tank. To prevent
rust and foreign debris from clogging the spray bar holes,
drain and flush water tank and spray bars every 30 days.
LIFTING THE ROLLER
When lifting of the roller is required, attach a
suitable hook or shackle to the lifting eye of the
roller. These four lifting points are marked by a
lifting hook decal. Make sure the lifting device
is capable of lifting 4,000 lbs. (1,814 Kg).
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DANGER
DO NOT allow personnel to stand under or near any
suspended machine. Before operating the roller, make
sure that personnel and obstacles are free from the
roller’s path. Serious injury or death may result.
The forward-reverse control lever operates the hydrostatic
pump which governs the roller speed and direction of
travel. The speed in which movement of this lever is made
is directly related to the amount of pressure that is applied
to the travel lever in each direction. Travel speed is infinitely
variable from 0 to 4.8 mph. The neutral position of this lever
will cause the roller to stop.
CAUTION
Tipping (Rollovers)
CAUTION
NEVER operate the roller on side slopes (Figure 3). The
possibility exists that the roller could tip over (roll over), thus
causing bodily harm, even death, and serious damage to
the equipment.
SIDE TO SIDE
OPERATION
NOT RECOMMENDED
ONLY use approved certified lifting devices capable of
lifting at least 4,000 lbs. (1,814 Kg.).
CAUTION
REA
ROL R
LER
When lifting of the roller is required, only use the
provided lifting eyes to lift the roller. Using other sections
of the roller for lifting purposes may cause severe
damage to the roller.
OPERATING ON SLOPES
Special care must be taken when operating the roller on hills
or slopes. There exist the possibility of serious injury to the
operator and severe damage to the roller in the event of a
roll over. ALWAYS operate the roller up and down hills rater
than from side to side. For safe operation hillside slopes
should not exceed 12 degree (27 % grade). See Figure 2.
MAXIMUM SLOPE
ROLL OVER
Figure 3. Tipping (Rollover)
In the event the roller does tip over, if at all possible, try to
shut down the engine by turning the ignition key to the OFF
position. Extreme care must be taken to prevent damage
to the engine. When the roller has been tipped over, oil
from the engine crankcase can flow into the combustion
chamber, which can severely damage the engine the next
time it is started.
IMMEDIATELY after a unit has tipped over, upright the unit
as soon as possible to prevent oil from leaking into the
combustion chamber.
NOTICE
To prevent damage to the engine after a rollover, the
roller must NOT be started. NEVER start a roller after
a rollover. CONTACT your nearest authorized Multiquip
dealer for instructions or servicing.
27%
Figure 2. Recommended Slope
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21
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14
23
16
24
15
11
25
9
10
4
8
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7
3
6
2
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Figure 4. Roller Components
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components
Figure 4 shows the location of the components and basic
components for the AR13HA compaction roller. The function
of each component or control is described below:
1. Battery — Provides +12VDC to the electrical system,
and is located underneath foot plate. Replace only with
recommended type battery, see specification Table 1.
2. Articulating Locking Bar — Always make sure that
the articulating locking bar is engaged during lifting,
transport and maintenance.
3. Foot Step — To lift yourself onto the roller's platform,
place foot into foot step, then grab hold of hand rail.
4. Ignition Switch — With key inserted, turn clockwise
to start the engine.
5. Rear Sprinkler System — A gravity feed spray bar is
provided for the wetting the roll for asphalt pavement.
6. Rear Roller — This roller is a 30 inch wide steel drum
with beveled edges (no vibration). The beveled edges
help prevent asphalt marring.
7. Lifting Point — Attach a crane or suitable lifting device
to this point when lifting of the roller is required.
8. Rear Scrapper — This adjustable rear scrapper blade
helps prevent the buildup of material between the drum
and frame.
9. Fuel Tank/Fuel Gauge — The fuel capacity of the
fuel tank is 9.5 gallons (36 liters). Read the gauge on
top of the fuel cap to determine if fuel level is low. Fill
with unleaded type gasoline. To gain access to the fuel
tank, tilt the front seat forward. Fuel tank has a spill
containment feature.
10. Tie-Down Transport Point — Attach a chain or
suitable tie-down device to this point when transporting
of the is required.
TRANSPORT
TIE-DOWN POINT
11. Front Spray Control Valve — This valve controls the
flow of water to the front spray bar. Turn the water valve
to the open position (counterclockwise) to let water flow,
return this valve to the closed position (clockwise) when
water is not required.
12. Rear Spray Control Valve — This valve controls the
flow of water to the rear spray bar. Turn the water valve
to the open position (counterclockwise) to let water flow,
return this valve to the closed position (clockwise) when
water is not required.
13. Throttle Control — Pull all the way out to achieved
maximum engine RPM's. To idle the engine, push the
RED stop button inwards all the way.
14. Vibration Control Button — Press this button to
activate the eccentric that will produce a vibration
frequency of 4,400 vpm (vibrations per minute).
Pressing the button again will stop the vibrations.
15. Shift Lever — Push the lever forward to make the roller
travel in a forward direction, pull the lever backward to
make the roller travel in a reverse direction. Maximum
travel speed is 4.8 MPH ( 7.7 KPH). Center position is
neutral, no travel.
16. Hourmeter — Indicates the number hours the unit
has been in use.
17. Water Tank — Remove filler cap and fill with water.
Water tank capacity is 40 gallons (181 liters). To
determine if water level is low, visually inspect water
level gauge (tube) at rear of roller. Add water as
necessary.
18. Roll-Over Bar — This unit may be equipped with a
Roll Over Protection System (ROPS option) to protect
the operator when the roller is used on slopes, open
trenches, sharp turns, slippery surfaces or objects in
the rollers's path of travel.
19. Operator's Seat — A contoured seat that provides
visibility of both front rear drum edges during operation.
NEVER start the roller unless seated in the operator's
seat.
20. Parking Break Lever — Pull the lever upward to set
the parking break. To release the parking break, press
and hold the button on top of the lever and push lever
downward.
21. Seat Belt — When using the roller in working
conditions always have the operator wear the seat
belt. NEVER use the roller without a seat belt. If the
seat belt becomes worn or damaged, have it replaced
immediately.
22. Steering Wheel — Use this wheel to steer the roller.
23. Choke Knob — Used in the starting of a cold engine,
or in cold weather conditions. The choke enriches the
fuel mixture.
24. Hydraulic Motor — This hydraulic motor provides
control for the rear of the roller
25. Documentation Box — Store and maintain Operation,
Parts, and Engine manuals in this box at all times.
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39
27
Figure 5. Additional Roller Components
32
31
Figure 5 shows the location of additional components
for the AR13HA compaction roller. The function of each
component or control is described below:
34. Steering Cylinder — Controls direction of roller.
26. Front Sprinkler System — A gravity feed spray bar is
provided for the wetting the roll for asphalt pavement.
35. Engine — This unit incorporates a HONDA GX630, air
cooled engine rated at 20 hp at 3,500 rpm.
27. Hydraulic Manifold — Aluminum block that controls
the flow of hydraulic pressure to the various hydraulic
motors and other components required to control the
roller.
36. Hydraulic Fluid Filler Port — Remove this cap to
add hydraulic fluid. Fill with type ISO 46 anti-wear
hydraulic fluid.
29. Accessory Relay — Provides the +12VDC necessary
to run the roller's electrical accessories.
37. Compartment Hood — Houses the engine, hydraulic
manifold, accessory relay, hydraulic oil filter, hoses,
and hydraulic pump. To lift the compartment hood,
release the rubber bungee latches located on each
side of the hood.
30. Hydraulic Pump — This unit incorporates an axial
variable displacement hydraulic piston pump.
38. Compartment Hood Lift Point — Place hand here
then lift upwards to lift compartment hood.
31. Front Ride-on Tandem Drum Roller — This roller is
a 30 -inch wide steel drum with beveled edges. The
beveled edges help prevent asphalt marring.
39. Hydraulic Motor — This hydraulic motor drives the
roller during operation.
28. Hydraulic Oil Filter — Filters return oil from the front
and rear hydrostatic motors.
32. Hydraulic Motor — This hydraulic motor controls the
rotation of the vibratory system.
33. Latch — Pull this latch upward and back to gain access
to the engine/pump compartment. There is one latch
located on each side of the unit.
40. Rear Drum Zerk Grease Fitting — Grease this fitting
bi-weekly. See maintenance section of this manual.
41. Articulation Zerk Grease Fitting — Grease this fitting
once a year. See maintenance section of this manual.
42. Hand Rail — Grab hold of this hand rail when lifting
yourself onto the operator's platform.
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basic engine
Figure 6. Engine Components
The engine (Figure 6) must be checked for proper
lubrication and filled with fuel prior to operation. Refer to the
manufacturer's engine manual for operation and servicing
information.
1. Oil Drain Plug — Remove to drain crankcase oil. Fill
with recommended type oil as listed in Table 4.
2. Oil Filter — Spin-on type, filters oil for contaminants.
3. Spark Plug — Provides spark to the ignition system.
Set spark plug gap to 0.6 - 0.7 mm (0.028 - 0.031 inch)
Clean spark plug once a week.
4. Lifting Hook Eye — Attach a lifting device of adequate
lifting capacity at this lifting point whenever lifting of the
engine is required.
5. Fuel Filter — Prevents dirt and other debris from
entering the fuel system.
6. Air Filter — Prevents dirt and other debris from
entering the fuel system. Unsnap air filter cover to gain
access to filter element.
7. Oil Filler Cap — Remove to add engine oil.
8. Oil Dip Stick — Remove to check amount and
condition of oil in crankcase. Refill or replace with
recommended type oil as listed in Table 4.
9. Starter — Starts engine when ignition key is rotated
to the "ON" position.
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inspection
before starting
3. Check the oil level shown on the dipstick (Figure 8).
1. Read safety instructions at beginning of manual.
2. Clean the roller, removing dirt and dust, particularly
the engine cooling air inlet, carburetor and air cleaner.
3. Check the air filter for dirt and dust. If air filter is dirty,
replace air filter with a new one.
4. Check carburetor for external dirt and dust. Clean with
dry compressed air.
5. Check fastening nuts and bolts for tightness.
Engine Oil Check
1. To check the engine oil level, place the roller on secure
level ground with the engine stopped.
Figure 8. Engine Oil Dipstick Level
2. Remove the dipstick from its holder (Figure 7) and
wipe it clean.
4. If the oil level is low, remove the oil filler cap (Figure 9)
and fill to the safe operating level (max) as indicated by
the dipstick. Fill with recommended type oil as listed in
Table 4. Maximum oil capacity is 1.90 quarts (1.8 liters).
Figure 7. Engine Oil Dipstick (Removal)
Figure 9. Engine Oil Filler Port
Season
Summer
Spring/Fall
Winter
Table 4. Oil Type
Temperature
Oil Type
25°C or Higher
SAE 10W-30
25°C~10°C
SAE 10W-30/20
0°C or Lower
SAE 10W-10
NOTICE
The HONDA GX630 engine used on this roller has an
"Oil Alert System". This system will automatically stop
the engine in the event of low oil level. ALWAYS be sure
to check the engine oil level prior to starting the engine.
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inspection
fuel check
DANGER
5. Pay attention to the fuel tank capacity when replenishing
fuel (Figure 12). Refer to the fuel tank capacity listed
on the specifications table.
Motor fuels are highly flammable and can
be dangerous if mishandled. DO NOT
smoke while refueling. DO NOT attempt
to refuel the pump if the engine is hot or
running.
1. To check the engine fuel level, place the roller on
secure level ground with the engine stopped.
2. Tilt the operator's seat (Figure 10) forward to gain
access to the fuel tank.
Figure 12. Adding Fuel
6. After replenishing fuel, make sure fuel cap is securely
tighten to fuel tank. Return operator's seat to normal
operating position.
Hydraulic Oil Check
1. To check the hydraulic oil level, place the roller on
secure level ground with the engine stopped.
Figure 10. Fuel Tank Access
3. Read the fuel gauge (Figure 11) located on top of the
fuel tank to determine if fuel level is low.
2. Visually inspect the hydraulic oil sight glass (Figure
13) located on the right rear of the front drum. For
normal operation the hydraulic oil level must be below
the top and above the bottom of the sight glass. DO
NOT OVERFILL!
Figure 13. Hydraulic Oil Sightglass
Figure 11. Fuel Gauge
4. If the fuel level is low, remove the fuel filler cap/gauge
and fill with unleaded gasoline. Wipe up any spilled
fuel immediately.
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inspection
3. If the hydraulic oil level is low, remove the hydraulic
oil cap (Figure 14) and fill with type ISO 46 anti-wear
type hydraulic oil to the recommended operating level.
Battery Check
A 12-volt DC battery (Figure 16) is shipped dry, and will
require a proper electrolyte level for operation.
ALWAYS be sure that the battery cables are properly
connected to the battery terminals as shown below.
Generally the RED cable will be connected to the positive
terminal of the battery, and the BLACK cable will be
connected to the negative terminal of the battery.
Figure 14. Hydraulic Oil Reservoir Filler Port
Figure 16. Battery
Water Tank Check
1. To check the water tank water level, place the roller
on secure level ground.
2. The amount of water inside the water tank can be
visually inspected by reading the water tube (Figure
15) that runs vertically along the water tank at the rear
of the roller. This tube indicates the amount of water
inside the water tank. Total tank capacity is 40 gallons
(181 liters.)
NOTICE
If the battery cables are connected incorrectly, electrical
damage will occur causing damage to the roller's
electrical circuits. Pay close attention to the polarity of
the battery when connecting the battery.
WATER
TANK
CAP
WATER
TANK
REAR
ROLLER
WATER
LEVEL
TUBE
Figure 15. Water Tank
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operation
Startup
NOTICE
DO NOT attempt to operate the roller until the Safety,
General Information and Inspection sections have been
read and understood.
6. PUSH the "RED" button (Figure 19) on the throttle
control and pull the round black knob about halfway
out. Make sure that the throttle lock knob has been
disengaged.
PUSH-IN, THEN PULL
TO SET THROTTLE
(RPM’s)
1. Place your foot into the roller's foot step, grab hold of
the hand rail located on the steering console, and lift
yourself onto the platform.
2. Sit down in the operator's seat and adjust the seat
for a comfortable position, then fasten the seat belt
(Figure 17) around your waist. NEVER operate the
roller without the seat belt being fastened. Serious
injury could occur if the seat belt is not used.
THROTTLE RELEASE
AND IDLE BUTTON
PUSH ALL THE WAYDOWN
TO IDLE ENGINE
THROTTLE LOCK
KNOB, TURN CLOCKWISE
TO LOCK THROTTLE CABLE.
Figure 19. Throttle Control
7. Insert the ignition key into the ignition (Figure 20), then
turn and hold the key in the clockwise position until the
engine starts, release key.
FASTEN
SEAT BELT
Figure 17. Securing Seat Belt
3. Before starting engine, make sure the immediate area
is free of obstructions and debris that may lay in the
roller's path.
4. Make sure that the roller's shift lever (Figure 18) is
placed in the neutral position.
Figure 20. Ignition Switch
8. If the engine does not start, repeat steps 1 through
7 or consult the troubleshooting guide contained in
this manual.
9. Let the engine warm for 3 to 5 minutes before using
roller. Check for fuel and oil leaks, and noises that would
associate with a loose guard and/or covers.
10. If necessary, return the choke knob to the full OPEN
position.
NOTICE
Figure 18. Shift Lever
5. In cold weather, start the roller with the choke fully
closed. In warm weather or when the engine is
warm, the roller can be started with choke halfway or
completely open.
The CLOSED position of the choke knob enriches the
fuel mixture for starting a COLD engine. The OPEN
position provides the correct fuel mixture for normal
operation after starting, and for restarting a warm
engine.
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operation
PARKING BRAKE
1. To release the parking brake, press and hold the
release button (Figure 21) pull up slightly on the
parking lever, then push the parking brake lever all
the way down.
3. Try maneuvering the roller a few times to get familiar
with the handling. Also place the travel lever in the
opposite direction to get acquainted with driving in
reverse.
4. Make sure that the roller comes to a complete stop
(neutral) before placing the travel lever in either a
forward or reverse position.
Vibration Button
1. To begin the vibratory action, press the vibratory
pushbutton switch located on top of the travel lever
as shown in Figure 23. The pressing of this switch will
generate 3,100 lbs. (1,406 Kg.) of centrifugal force at
a frequency of 4000 vpm (vibrations per minute) to
the front drum.
Figure 21. Brake Release Lever
Shift Lever
1. To make the roller move in a forward direction, move
the shift lever forward as shown in Figure 22.
Figure 23. Vibration Pushbutton Switch
2. To stop the vibratory action, press the vibratory
pushbutton switch again.
Sprinkler Controls
Figure 22. Shift Lever
2. Remember the speed of the roller is directly proportional
to the amount of pressure being applied to the lever
in each direction. Travel speed is between 0 and 4.8
mph (7.2 kph).
NOTICE
ALWAYS allow the roller to come to a complete stop
before changing the direction of travel. Changing
directions before the roller comes to a complete stop
will result in excessive force being applied to the
transmission and drive system, which will reduce the
over service life of the system.
If the application requires the wetting of a surface, front
and rear drum sprinkler controls have been provided. These
controls (Figure 24) are located to the bottom right of the
operators seat. The front valve controls the water supply to
the front drum spray bar and the back valve controls water
flow to the back drum spray bar.
FRONT
BACK
Figure 24. Sprinkler Controls
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Maintenance
Perform roller maintenance as indicated by Figure 25 and Table 5.
Yearly
6 Months
3 Months
Bi-Weekly
Weekly
Daily
2
4
3
5
5
6
6
7
7
10
13
12
1
9
8
14
Figure 25. Roller Maintenance Schedule
Table 5. Roller Maintenance Schedule
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
12
Daily
Engine Oil Level
Water Tank Level
Fuel Level
Hydraulic Oil Level
Sprinkler System
Scraper
Drums (Front/Rear)
Weekly
Air Filter
Battery Liquid Level
Bi Weekly
Zerk Grease Fitting (Rear
Drum)
3 Months
Hydraulic Oil Filter
(Return)
6 Months
1
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
2
X
X
X
X
3
Interval
Notes
See Table 4
X
X
Replace when badly worn
X
X
X
X
Replace paper element once a year.
Use ISO 46 Type Hydraulic Oil
80 hrs. or Bi-Weekly
Use Type Alvania #2 or equivalent
3 shots max. DO NOT overgrease
X
500 hrs.
Replace with same type filter.
After first 20 hrs, change oil filter every 6
months or 100 hrs.
X
13
Engine Oil Filter
X
20 hrs. or 1 month
14
Yearly
Hydraulic Oil
X
1,100 hrs. or once a year Use ISO 46 Type Hydraulic Oil
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maintenance
Hydraulic Oil System
The hydraulic system consists of a two-pump stack directly
coupled to the engine. A hydraulic valve block (manifold)
is provided for quick and easy testing and troubleshooting.
Hydraulic oil is filtered by a screen filter located in the tank
filler neck, a 40 micron suction filter located in the tank, and
a 10 micron return filter, with cold oil bypass valve located
in the return circuit.
environmentally friendly manner. Replace the drain
plug and tighten.
HYDRAULIC OIL
CAP/FILLER PORT
HYDRAULIC OIL
SUCTION FILTER
HYDRAULIC
OIL DRAIN
PLUG
It is recommended that ISO 46 type hydraulic oil or
equivalent be used when adding or replacing the hydraulic
oil is required.
HYDRAULIC OIL
RETURN FILTER
DO NOT USE MULTI-VISCOSITY OIL. Cleanliness is a
very important part of proper hydraulic system operation.
Hydraulic oil is not only used to transfer power; it also
lubricates and cools the system components. Keeping
the hydraulic system clean can help reduce costly repairs.
3. Remove the return filter and install a new filter. Dispose
of the used filter in an environmentally friendly manner.
The hydraulic oil level sight glass is located on the right
rear of the front drum, below the engine compartment. This
level should be checked daily. Oil must be below the top and
above the bottom of the sight glass. DO NOT OVERFILL!
Care should be taken to clean the filler cap before adding oil
to the system. If hydraulic oil has to be added, the machine
should be inspected for leaks.
Freewheel Engagement Valve
The suction filter (Figure 26) is located inside the hydraulic
tank. This filter is attached to the fitting connected to the
hydraulic pump suction hose.
The return filter (Figure 26) is located at the front of the
engine compartment. Replace both filters according to the
Table 5.
CAUTION
DO NOT open hydraulic lines or loosen hydraulic fittings
while engine is running! Hydraulic fluid under pressure
can penetrate the skin, blind, cause burns or create
other potentially dangerous hazards follow all safety
instructions as described throughout this manual.
Figure 26. Hydraulic Filter Locations
4. Disconnect the suction hose and remove the fitting from
the tank. Replace the suction filter. Dispose of the used
filter in an environmentally friendly manner. Replace
the fitting and reconnect the suction hose.
NOTICE
The freewheel engagement valve (towing) is only for
emergency use. DO NOT move roller over 2 MPH or
long distances as hydraulic system component failure
could result..
This hydraulic system has a freewheel engagement valve
allowing hydraulic oil to be bypassed. Open (turn allen
wrench counter-clockwise) this valve (Figure 27) to engage
the freewheel capability of the roller. When the valve is fully
opened, ports A and B are allowed to connect, bypassing
the oil to and from the drum drive motors.
ALLEN
WRENCH
OPEN
CLOSED
Changing Hydraulic Oil and Filters
1. Park the roller on a clean flat work area and set the
parking brake.
2. Remove the hydraulic oil drain plug (Figure 26) and
drain the hydraulic oil. Dispose of the used oil in an
TOW
FREEWHEEL
ENGAGEMENT
VALVE
Figure 27. Freewheel Engagement Valve
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maintenance
Remember the freewheel engagement valve should only
be used in emergencies when the roller cannot be driven
due to engine or hydraulic system problems.
When towing of the roller has been completed, this
valve must be closed (turn allen wrench fully clockwise)
completely and the lock nut set. Failure to close this valve
completely will result in low power, improper speed, and
excessive hydraulic oil temperature.
Drum Drive
The drum drive circuit is a parallel, closed loop system
consisting of a hydrostatic pump, two relief valves, a
freewheel engagement valve, and front and rear drum
drive motors.
The hydrostatic pump is manually controlled by a cable
connected to the forward/reverse shift lever located on the
right side of the operator seat. When the shift lever is placed
in forward, high-pressure oil is supplied by the hydrostatic
pump to the valve block (port A). The valve block (manifold)
directs this high-pressure oil to the front and rear drum
drive motors. Return oil from the motors is returned to the
valve block (port B) and is returned to the suction side of
the hydrostatic pump.
When the switch is in the “ON” position, the electric control
valve closes and oil is directed out of port 1 to the vibration
motor. Return oil from the motor returns to the valve block
via port 2 and is directed to the steering valve.
Steering is controlled by a steering valve and cylinder.
The steering wheel is direct coupled to the steering valve
controlling the oil flow to the cylinder. Oil supplied from the
vibration circuit is directed to port 3 which connects to port
P of the steering valve. When steering is not being used,
oil passes out of port T of the valve block and returns to
the hydraulic tank. When the steering wheel is operated,
the steering valve closes and oil is directed to ports L or R
to extend or retract the steering cylinder.
Rubber Scrapper Mat
Rubber scraper mats have been provided for the cleaning
of the front and rear drums. Adjust the scrapers mats as
close as possible to the drums, using the slotted holes
(Figure 28) provided. Replace these rubber mats when
they become badly worn.
When shifted into reverse, the high-pressure and suction
ports on the hydrostatic pump are reversed. Oil flow is
then in the opposite direction of forward (port B becomes
high-pressure and port A becomes suction).
Vibration and Steering
The vibration and steering system is an open loop circuit
operated by a gear type pump. Separate relief valves control
each circuit. This system consist of the gear pump, relief
valves, electric vibration control valve, vibration drive motor,
steering valve, and steering cylinder.
Figure 28. Scraper Bar Adjustment
The vibration circuit is controlled by an electric control
valve located on the valve block (manifold). This valve is
controlled by the “ON/OFF” pushbutton switch mounted on
top of the travel lever.
High-pressure oil is supplied by the pump to the valve block
(port P) and is directed to the electric control valve. When
the pushbutton switch is in the “OFF” position, this valve is
open allowing oil to go to the steering valve, without driving
the vibration motor.
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maintenance
Forward/Reverse Hydraulic Pressure
Test
1. Park the machine on a solid flat surface and stop the
engine. Set the parking brake and block the front drum
securely.
2. Check hydraulic oil level by viewing the hydraulic oil
sight glass. The hydraulic oil level must be below the
top and above the bottom of the sight glass. DO NOT
OVERFILL!
3. Adjust engine RPM (3,500 +/- 50 RPM).
4. To start the vibration, press the pushbutton switch
(vibration control) located on top of the travel lever.
Under normal operating conditions this pressure will
range between 900-1,500 psi.
NOTICE
Vibration relief pressure is hard to read accurately using
this test. It may be necessary to disconnect the pressure
line to the vibration drive motor. Plug this line and retest,
pressure will be exact relief pressure. DO NOT perform
this test for a long period of time — damage could occur.
4. Let engine run for 5 minutes, this will bring the hydraulic
oil operating temperature to a minimum of 135° F.
Steering Pressure Test
5. Check and repair all hydraulic leaks.
1. On the manifold block, install a 5,000 psi pressure
gauge into quick disconnect test port 1 (Figure 29).
6. On the manifold block, install a 5,000 psi pressure
gauge (Figure 29) to the forward pressure quick
disconnect test port 2.
7. Run engine at full throttle.
8. Move the travel lever to the forward position. MAKE
SURE FRONT AND REAR DRUMS DO NOT SPIN.
9. Read the pressure gauge. The relief pressure (roller
drums blocked) will read 2,900 ± 145 psi. Under normal
operating conditions this pressure will read 400-600 psi.
10. Return the travel lever to the neutral position and stop
the engine.
2. Start the engine and run at full throttle.
3. Turn the steering wheel to the left or right (maximum)
and hold. Read the steering relief pressure. The relief
pressure reading for the steering test port 1 will be 700
psi. Again, under normal operating conditions, pressure
for the steering port will be between 200-400 psi.
4. If maximum pressure cannot be reached, plug the
steering cylinder pressure hoses and retest. If pressure
is correct, the steering cylinder is leaking. DO NOT
ACTIVATE THE VIBRATION FUNCTION WHILE
PERFORMING THIS TEST!
11. Install the pressure gauge into the reverse quick
disconnect port 3 and repeat the above procedures.
The relief pressure reading for the reverse test port 3
will be the same (2,900 psi). Again normal operation
pressure for the reverse port will be 400-600 psi.
12. Normal operating pressures are based on the machine
traveling on level, firm surface. The operating pressures
will increase significantly when traveling uphill.
Vibration Circuit Pressure Test
1. Place the front drum on soil, gravel, or a heavy rubber
mat. DO NOT ACTIVATE VIBRATION FEATURE ON
CONCRETE OR HARD SURFACE!
2. On the manifold block install a 5,000 psi pressure
gauge to quick disconnect test port 1.
Figure 29. Manifold Test Ports
3. Start the engine and run at full throttle.
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maintenance
Forward/Reverse Relief Valves Drive
Adjustment
St e e r i n g R e l i e f Va lv e Pr e s s u r e
Adjustment
The forward and reverse relief valves (Figure 30) are
located in the hydrostatic pump (not on the manifold block)
under plugs 1 and 2 . Plug 2 is located in the same location
as plug 1, except it is on the bottom side of the pump. Relief
valve 1 is reverse and 2 is forward.
To adjust the relief valve steering pressure perform the
following:
1. Insert an 8 mm allen wrench into steering relief port 4
(Figure 36) on the manifold block.
NOTICE
Pumps supplied after 01/01/2003 do not have adjustable
relief cartridges. The pressure is fixed at 2,900 ± 145
psi. If the relief pressure is not within normal range, the
complete cartridge must be replaced.
REVERSE
RELIEF VALVE
(PLUG 1)
HYDROSTATIC
PUMP
Figure 31. Steering and Vibration Relief Valves
2. On the manifold, connect at 5,000 psi pressure gauge
into quick disconnect test port 1.
3. Start the engine and run at full throttle.
FORWARD
RELIEF VALVE
(PLUG 2)
Figure 30. Adjusting Relief Valves
1. Clean the area around the cap.
2. Remove the cap.
3. Carefully remove the valve cartridge.
4. Turn the steering wheel to the left or right (maximum)
and hold. Read the steering relief pressure. The relief
pressure reading for the steering test port 1 will should
be 700 psi.
5. If the steering relief pressure is not 700 psi, using the
allen wrench adjust the pressure at port 4 until the
pressure gauge reads 500 psi.
V i br at i o n R e l i e f Va lv e Pr e s s u r e
Adjustment
4. Using an allen wrench, remove the top nut (extreme
care must be taken not to loosen existing shims, spring,
or valve) Add or remove shims as required. Adding
shims increases pressure; removing shims lowers
pressure. One shim is equal to approximately 50 psi.
Shim P/N is 34538.
1. Insert an 8 mm allen wrench into steering relief port 5
(Figure 31) on the manifold block.
5. Install the top nut and install valve in the pump cavity
using extreme care not to bind.
4. To start the vibration, press the pushbutton switch
(vibration control) located on top of the travel lever. The
relief pressure should read 900 ~ 1,500 psi.
6. Install the valve cap.
7. Retest pressure, further adjustment may be needed if
pressure is not correct.
2. On the manifold block, insert a 5,000 psi pressure
gauge into quick disconnect test port 1.
3. Start the engine and run at full throttle.
5. If the vibration relief pressure is not 900 ~ 1,500 psi,
using the allen wrench, adjust the pressure at port 5
until the pressure gauge reads correctly.
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maintenance
Removing and Replacing Hydrostatic
Pump
1. Set the parking brake.
2. Disconnect the battery.
3. Clean the pump and all connections.
4. Mark and disconnect all hoses and lines from the pump.
5. Disconnect the forward / reverse control cable.
6. Disconnect the pump support bracket.
7. Remove the engine mounting bolts.
8. Elevate the pump and engine assembly using a proper
lifting device.
9. Disconnect and remove the hydrostatic pump assembly.
10. Repair or replace the hydrostatic pump as required.
11. Install the hydrostatic pump in the reverse order of
removal, using Locktite 271 on all mounting bolts and
nuts.
12. Test operation. Test and adjust the forward and reverse
relief pressures as required. Adjust the forward/reverse
control cable.
Drums and Main Frame
1. The front drum is designed to apply vibration and
compaction force to the operating surface for
compaction. This vibration and compaction force is
produced when the vibrator shaft is rotated. Maximum
efficiency is achieved only when the engine is operated
at full throttle.
2. A single drive motor is mounted on the left side of the
drum and is shock mounted. This type of drive motor
is designed for maximum torque and power.
3. The vibrator is driven by a gear motor coupled to the
vibrator shaft. The vibrator assembly rotates inside of a
sealed housing containing oil to lubricate the bearings.
This side of the drum is also shock mounted.
Front and Rear Drum Removal and
Disassembly.
Refer to Figure 32, Figure 33, and Figure 34 for the
removal and disassembly of the front and rear drums.
When reassembling the front drum, use Locktite 271 on
all mounting hardware.
Removing and Replacing Vibration/
Steering Pump
1. Remove the hydrostatic pump as per preceding
instructions.
2. Remove all hoses and lines.
3. Disconnect the vibration / steering pump and remove.
4. Repair or replace pump as required.
5. Install the pump in the reverse order of removal, using
Locktite 271 on all mounting bolts and nuts.
6. Test operate. Test and adjust the forward and reverse
pressure relief valves as required. Adjust the forward/
reverse control cable. Test and adjust the vibration and
steering pressure relief valves as required.
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Q
STEP 1
STEP 4
P
O
Q
P
STEP 2
STEP 3
3. MARK AND DISCONNECT
HOSES FROM MOTOR AND
MANIFOLD.
1. JACK FRAME UP SLIGHTLY AT
ARTICULATION JOINT.
2. REMOVE THE FOUR ALLEN HEAD
SCREWS HOLDING THE SIDE
COVER OF THE DRUM SUPPORT
PLATE.
4. REMOVE FOUR ALLEN HEAD
SCREWS FROM DRUM SUPPORT
PLATES.(SCREWS MAY NEED TO BE
HEATED TO REMOVE)
5. REMOVE NUTS SECURING FLANGE
ASSEMBLY TO DRUM SUPPORT PLATE
AND PULL OFF OF FLANGE ASSEMBLY.
6. REMOVE THE SIX 9/16 BOLTS SECURING
EXCITER PLATE TO DRUM WALL
M
RU
D
NT
STEP 7
O
FR
7. PULL EXCITER ASSEMBLY TO
REMOVE FROM DRUM INTERIOR.
STEP 6
STEP 5
8. REVERSE PROCEDURES TO
REASSEMBLE DRUM. USE
LOCKTITE 271 ON ALL BOLTS
AND NUTS.
Figure 32. Front Right Drum Removal
AR13HA/AR13HAR ROLLER (s/n 110301 & up) • operation AND PARTS manual — rev. #0 (06/22/11) — page 29
maintenance
STEP 1
STEP 4
M
N
STEP 3
STEP 2
1. JACK FRAME UP SLIGHTLY AT
ARTICULATION JOINT.
3. MARK AND DISCONNECT
HOSES FROM MOTOR.
2. REMOVE THE EIGHT ALLEN HEAD
SCREWS HOLDING THE SIDE
COVER OF THE DRUM SUPPORT
PLATE.
4. REMOVE FOUR ALLEN HEAD
SCREWS FROM DRUM SUPPORT
PLATE. (SCREWS MAY NEED TO BE
HEATED TO REMOVE)
5. PULL DRUM SUPPORT PLATE
OFF DRIVE PLATE ASSEMBLY.
6. REMOVE FOUR ALLEN HEAD
SCREWS SECURING MOTOR TO
DRUM SUPPORT PLATE AND
SET ASIDE.
7. REMOVE SIX NUTS SECURING
DRIVE PLATE TO SHOCK MOUNTS.
PULL OFF DRIVE PLATE AND SET
ASIDE.
STEP 9
STEP 6
STEP 5
STEP 7
STEP 8
STEP 8
8.
UN-THREAD SIX SHOCK MOUNTS
FROM DRUM WALL TO REPLACE.
9.
PULL EXCITER ASSEMBLY TO
REMOVE FROM DRUM INTERIOR.
M
RU
O
D
NT
FR
10. REVERSE PROCEDURES TO
REASSEMBLE DRUM. USE
LOCKTITE ON ALL NUTS AND
BOLTS.
Figure 33. Front Left Drum Removal
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maintenance
STEP 6
STEP 4
STEP 2
STEP 3
I STEP 5
J
STEP 1
STEP 4
4. REMOVE ALLEN HEAD SCREWS
HOLDING THE SIDE COVER OF THE
DRUM SUPPORT PLATE.
1. JACK FRAME UP SLIGHTLY AT
ARTICULATION JOINT.
2. REMOVE THE FOUR ALLEN HEAD
SCREWS SECURING THE DRUM
SUPPORT PLATE TO THE FRAME.
5. MARK AND DISCONNECT
HOSES FROM MOTOR.
3. REMOVE NUTS SECURING BEARING
FLANGE TO BASE OF DRUM SUPPORT
PLATE.
6. REMOVE FOUR ALLEN HEAD
SCREWS FROM DRUM SUPPORT
PLATES.
7. REMOVE TWO NUTS SECURING
DRUM SUPPORT PLATE TO FLANGE.
PULL OFF LEFT DRUM SUPPORT
PLATE AND SET ASIDE.
8. PULL FLANGE OFF DRUM ROD
FOR SERVICE.
STEP 10
9. PULL RIGHT DRUM SUPPORT PLATE
OFF DRIVE PLATE ASSEMBLY.
STEP 9
STEP 11
M
AR
RE
STEP 8
STEP 7
U
DR
10. REMOVE FOUR ALLEN HEAD
SCREWS SECURING MOTOR TO
DRUM SUPPORT PLATE AND
SET ASIDE.
11. REMOVE SIX BOLTS SECURING
DRIVE PLATE TO DRUM WALL.
PULL OFF DRIVE PLATE AND SET
ASIDE.
12. REVERSE PROCEDURES TO
REASSEMBLE DRUM.
Figure 34. Rear Drum Removal/Installation
AR13HA/AR13HAR ROLLER (s/n 110301 & up) • operation AND PARTS manual — rev. #0 (06/22/11) — page 31
maintenance
Alternator/Regulator
This roller is equipped with a 20-amp charging system. This
system uses three charge coils connected in parallel. The
windings of each coil are wound with heavy-duty insulated
wire and are further protected by insulating material for long
life. A voltage regulator is provided to control the amount
of charge voltage being delivered to the 12 volt electrical
system. For servicing this charging system, contact your
Honda dealer.
Neutral Safety Switch
The travel lever is provided with a neutral safety switch
(Figure 35) that prevents the engine from starting when
the lever is in the forward or reverse drive position. Lever
must be placed in the neutral position in order for the starter
to function.
Figure 36. Vibration Solenoid
Battery
Mishandling of the battery shortens the service life of the
battery and adds to maintenance cost. When handling the
battery do the following:
„„Be careful not to let the battery electrolyte come in
contact with your body or clothing.
„„Always wear eye protection and rubber gloves, since
the battery contains sulfuric acid which burns skin and
eats through clothing.
Figure 35. Safety Switch
To check this switch, remove the panel located below and
to the rear of the floor. This switch is mounted to the lower
forward/ reverse lever mechanism. Disconnect the white
and green wires. Place the lever in neutral and test for
continuity. Place the lever in forward or reverse; no continuity
should be present. Repair or replace as required.
„„Check the battery regularly and make sure that each
electrolyte level is to the bottom of the vent well (Figure
42). If necessary, add only distilled water in a wellventilated area.
Vibrator Solenoid
The vibrator solenoid (Figure 36) is located in the manifold
valve block and is controlled by the vibration switch located
on top of the travel lever. This solenoid controls the vibration
control valve which supplies hydraulic oil to the vibration
drive motor.
To test the vibration solenoid, turn the ignition switch on.
Check for proper supply voltage and ground. If proper
voltage and ground are present, check the solenoid for
continuity. If no continuity, replace the solenoid coil. If
continuity is present, place your hand on the solenoid and
turn the switch to the ON position; movement should be felt.
DO NOT START THE ENGINE FOR THIS TEST.
Figure 37. Battery Fluid Levels
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preparation for long-term storage
Roller Storage
For storage of the roller for over 30 days, the following is
recommended:
1. Drain the fuel tank completely, or add STA-BIL to the
fuel.
2. Run the engine until the fuel in the injection system is
completely consumed.
3. Completely drain used oil from the engine crankcase
and fill with fresh clean oil, then follow the procedures
described in the engine manual for engine storage.
4. Drain water tank.
5. Clean the entire roller and engine compartment.
6. Remove battery and store it in cool dry place.
7. Cover the roller and place it a clean dry area, that is
protected from harsh elements.
8. Remove ignition key, and store in a safe place.
AR13HA/AR13HAR ROLLER (s/n 110301 & up) • operation AND PARTS manual — rev. #0 (06/22/11) — page 33
manifold test ports
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hydraulic system diagram
EXCITER
RELIEF VALVE
2000 PSI
MANIFOLD
P
TEST
EXCITER
VALVE
G1
STEERING
RELIEF VALVE
M
1
VIBRATION
EXCITER
MOTOR
W
700 PSI
3
INTERNAL DRIVE PUMP
RELIEF VALVES
2900 ± 145 PSI
W
150-210 PSI
L
W
2
CHARGE PRESSURE
RELIEF VALVE
R
P
STEERING
CYLINDER
M
4 T
STEERING VALVE
TEST
G2
M
SERIES
DRIVE
DRIVE
PUMP
W
EXCITER
PUMP
W
TOW
VALVE
TEST
CHARGE
PUMP
FRONT
DRIVE
MOTOR
G3
PUMP ASSEMBLY
B
A
REAR
DRIVE
MOTOR
T
10 MICRON
M
14.5 PSI
W
SUCTION
FILTER
RETURN LINE FILTER
ASSEMBLY
FILTER BY-PASS
25 PSI
AR13HA/AR13HAR ROLLER (s/n 110301 & up) • operation AND PARTS manual — rev. #0 (06/22/11) — page 35
hydraulic hose connections
MANIFOLD
FROM OPERATOR’S
POSITION
FRONT RIGHT SIDE
H
C
G
F
B
G
A
E
D
B
A
F
C
FRONT LEFT SIDE
E
D
FROM OPERATOR’S
POSITION
HYDRAULIC
DRIVE PUMP
NOTES
HOSES SHADED FOR
VISUAL CLARITY.
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hydraulic hose connections
FRONT RIGHT MOTOR
Q
STEERING COLUMN
O
Q
O
P
K
MANIFOLD
L
P
K L
N
M
I
J
REAR LEFT MOTOR
FROM OPERATOR’S
POSITION
J
I
M
N
FRONT LEFT MOTOR
NOTES
HOSES SHADED FOR
VISUAL CLARITY.
AR13HA/AR13HAR ROLLER (s/n 110301 & up) • operation AND PARTS manual — rev. #0 (06/22/11) — page 37
troubleshooting
SYMPTOM
Troubleshooting (Roller)
POSSIBLE PROBLEM
Low engine RPM?
Low hydraulic pressure?
SOLUTION
Check and adjust engine speed.
Low Vibration
Check and adjust hydraulic pressure.
Check vibration switch, check coil for
No voltage to 12 volt solenoid?
continuity.
No Vibration
Check for proper oil pressure or defective
No oil pressure?
relief valve.
Broken motor coupler?
Replace coupler.
Low hydraulic pressure?
Check pressure.
Slow Steering
Steering column connector?
Inspect bearings and grease if necessary.
Defective steering cylinder?
Check seals, replace if necessary.
Inspect cylinder for contamination,
Steers Slow in One Direction Defective steering cylinder?
replace if necessary.
Low hydraulic pressure?
Check pressure.
Check for proper adjustment against
Rubber scrapper adjustment incorrect?
drum.
Slow Forward/Reverse
Inspect for broken mount, replace if
Speed
Rubber shock mount loose?
necessary.
Free wheel valve "open"?
Close valve.
Speed control cable out of adjustment?
Inspect cable and adjust if necessary.
Incorrect engine speed?
Adjust engine speed to correct speed.
Main Hydraulic Pressure
Low
Broken rubber shock mounts or drive plate? Inspect for cracks, replace if necessary.
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troubleshooting
Troubleshooting (engine)
symptom
possible problem
solution
Spark plug bridging?
Check gap, insulation or replace spark plug.
Carbon deposit on spark plug?
Clean or replace spark plug.
Short circuit due to deficient spark plug
insulation?
Check spark plug insulation, replace if worn.
Improper spark plug gap?
Set to proper gap.
Fuel reaching carburetor?
Check fuel line.
Water in fuel tank?
Flush or replace fuel tank.
Fuel filter clogged?
Replace fuel filter.
Stuck carburetor?
Difficult to start, fuel is available, but no spark
Spark plug is red?
at spark plug.
Check float mechanism.
Check transistor ignition unit.
Spark plug is bluish white?
If insufficient compression, repair or replace
engine. If injected air leaking, correct leak. If
carburetor jets clogged, clean carburetor.
No spark present at tip of spark plug?
Check transistor ignition unit is broken, and
replace defective unit. Check if voltage cord
cracked or broken and replace. Check if
spark plug if fouled and replace.
No oil?
Add oil as required.
Oil pressure alarm lamp blinks upon starting? Check automatic shutdown circuit, "oil
(if applicable)
sensor". (if applicable)
Difficult to start, fuel is available, and spark is
present at the spark plug.
Difficult to start, fuel is available, spark is
present and compression is normal.
Difficult to start, fuel is available, spark is
present and compression is low.
ON/OFF switch is shorted?
Check switch wiring, replace switch.
Ignition coil defective?
Replace ignition coil.
Improper spark gap, points dirty?
Set correct spark gap and clean points.
Condenser insulation worn or short circuiting? Replace condenser.
Spark plug wire broken or short circuiting?
Replace defective spark plug wiring.
Wrong fuel type?
Flush fuel system, and replace with correct
type of fuel.
Water or dust in fuel system?
Flush fuel system.
Air cleaner dirty?
Clean or replace air cleaner.
Choke open?
Close choke.
Suction/exhaust valve stuck or protruded?
Reseat valves.
Piston ring and/or cylinder worn?
Replace piston rings and/or piston.
Cylinder head and/or spark plug not tightened
Torque cylinder head bolts and spark plug.
properly?
Head gasket and/or spark plug gasket damaged? Replace head and spark plug gaskets.
No fuel present at carburetor.
No fuel in fuel tank?
Fill with correct type of fuel.
Fuel cock does not open properly?
Apply lubricant to loosen fuel cock lever,
replace if necessary.
Fuel filter/lines clogged?
Replace fuel filter.
Fuel tank cap breather hole clogged?
Clean or replace fuel tank cap.
Air in fuel line?
Bleed fuel line.
AR13HA/AR13HAR ROLLER (s/n 110301 & up) • operation AND PARTS manual — rev. #0 (06/22/11) — page 39
wiring diagram
FORWARD
REVERSE SHIFTER
IGNITION SWITCH
COMBINATION
WHT
BLK
BLK
RED
BLK
GRN
POSITION CIRCUIT “MAKE”
1. OFF
G + M (GND).
2. RUN
B+L
3. START
B+L+S
S
M
2
L
NEUTRAL
POSITION
SWITCH
NC
GRN
BLK
YEL
BLK
WHT
BLK
TB1 4
CHASSIS
GND.
IGNITION
COIL (RIGHT)
RED
GRN
30 AMP
FUSE
RED
HOUR
METER
BLK
YEL
CHASSIS
GND.
(OPTION)
UNIT
BLK
CHASSIS
GND.
+12VDC
BLK
BACK-UP
ALARM
3
BLUE
YEL
YEL
REVERSE
ALARM
SWITCH
+12VDC
G
CHASSIS
GND.
VIBRATION
SWITCH
RED
B (BATT.)
+12VDC
BLU
WHT
7
OIL LEVEL
SWITCH 1
CHASSIS
GND.
WHT
WHT
RED
FUEL
PUMP
BLK
5
CHASSIS
GND.
YEL
ORANGE
WHT
BLK
STARTER
MOTOR
(S)
(B)
UNIT
BLK/YEL
POSITIVE
BLK/YEL
BATTERY
CHASSIS
GND.
M
CHASSIS
GND.
FUEL CUT-OFF
SOLENOID
BLK/YEL
NEGATIVE
CHASSIS
GND.
IGNITION
COIL (LEFT)
HYDRAULIC
VALVE BLOCK
EXCITER
SOLENOID
CHASSIS
GND.
WHT
WHT
WHT
YEL
NOTES:
BLK/YEL/
RED
WHT
1
GR
VOLTAGE
6 REGULATOR
RECTIFIER
GR
GR
GR
BLK
CHASSIS
GND.
20 AMP
CHARGE COIL
CHASSIS
GND.
GROUND TO STOP ENGINE, (OIL SWITCH).
2
PINS M AND G GROUNDED TO IGNITION CASE.
3
AUDIBLE ALARM ORDER AS OPTION.
4
LOCATED INSIDE STEERING COLUMN.
5
LOCATED UNDERNEATH FOOT PLATFORM.
6
LOCATED IN ENGINE COMPARTMENT.
7
GROUND TO START ENGINE, (IGNITION SWITCH).
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notes
AR13HA/AR13HAR ROLLER (s/n 110301 & up) • operation AND PARTS manual — rev. #0 (06/22/11) — page 41
Explanation of Code in Remarks Column
The following section explains the different symbols and
remarks used in the Parts section of this manual. Use the
help numbers found on the back page of the manual if there
are any questions.
NOTICE
The contents and part numbers listed in the parts
section are subject to change without notice. Multiquip
does not guarantee the availability of the parts listed.
sampLe paRTs LisT
nO.
1
2%
2%
3
4
paRT nO. paRT name
QTY. RemaRKs
12345
BOLT .....................1 .....INCLUDES ITEMS W/%
WASHER, 1/4 IN. ..........NOT SOLD SEPARATELY
12347
WASHER, 3/8 IN. ..1 .....MQ-45T ONLY
12348
HOSE ..................A/R ...MAKE LOCALLY
12349
BEARING ..............1 .....S/N 2345B AND ABOVE
nO. Column
QTY. Column
numbers used — Item quantity can be indicated by a
number, a blank entry, or A/R.
A/R (As Required) is generally used for hoses or other
parts that are sold in bulk and cut to length.
A blank entry generally indicates that the item is not sold
separately. Other entries will be clarified in the “Remarks”
Column.
RemaRKs Column
Some of the most common notes found in the “Remarks”
Column are listed below. Other additional notes needed
to describe the item can also be shown.
assembly/Kit — All items on the parts list with the
same unique symbol will be included when this item is
purchased.
unique symbols — All items with same unique
symbol
Indicated by:
“INCLUDES ITEMS W/(unique symbol)”
(@, #, +, %, or >) in the number column belong to the
same assembly or kit, which is indicated by a note in the
“Remarks” column.
serial number Break — Used to list an effective serial
number range where a particular part is used.
Duplicate item numbers — Duplicate numbers indicate
multiple part numbers, which are in effect for the same
general item, such as different size saw blade guards in
use or a part that has been updated on newer versions
of the same machine.
NOTICE
When ordering a part that has more than one item
number listed, check the remarks column for help in
determining the proper part to order.
paRT nO. Column
numbers used — Part numbers can be indicated by a
number, a blank entry, or TBD.
TBD (To Be Determined) is generally used to show a
part that has not been assigned a formal part number
at the time of publication.
A blank entry generally indicates that the item is not sold
separately or is not sold by Multiquip. Other entries will
be clarified in the “Remarks” Column.
Indicated by:
“S/N XXXXX AND BELOW”
“S/N XXXX AND ABOVE”
“S/N XXXX TO S/N XXX”
specific model number use — Indicates that the part
is used only with the specific model number or model
number variant listed. It can also be used to show a
part is NOT used on a specific model or model number
variant.
Indicated by:
“XXXXX ONLY”
“NOT USED ON XXXX”
“make/Obtain Locally” — Indicates that the part can
be purchased at any hardware shop or made out of
available items. Examples include battery cables, shims,
and certain washers and nuts.
“not sold separately” — Indicates that an item cannot
be purchased as a separate item and is either part of an
assembly/kit that can be purchased, or is not available
for sale through Multiquip.
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SUGGESTED SPARE PARTS
AR13HA Ride-on Tandem Drum Roller (with Honda GX630RQZB2 Engine)
1 to 3 Units
Qty.P/N
Description
1............510229...................CABLE, THROTTLE
1............506239...................CABLE, CHOKE
1............513324...................CABLE, FORWARD/REVERSE
1............10958.....................SWITCH, STARTER
3............506267K................KEY, STARTER SWITCH
6............508667...................OIL FILTER, HYDRAULIC
1............507278...................CAP, HYDRAULIC TANK
1............506221...................FILTER, GAS TANK
6............EM20763...............FILTER, FUEL
1............23514.....................GAUGE, FUEL/CAP
1............509249...................CAP, WATER TANK
4............508433...................SCRAPER, RUBBER
3............17010ZJ1000.........ELEMENT SET, AIR
1............17218ZJ1000.........FILTER OUTER, AIR
6............15410ZJ4999AH....FILTER, OIL
6............9807956846...........SPARK PLUG
3............16910ZE8015........FILTER, FUEL ENGINE
AR13HA/AR13HAR ROLLER (s/n 110301 & up) • operation AND PARTS manual — rev. #0 (06/22/11) — page 43
nameplate and decals
1
CAUTION
CHOKE
ENGINE HOURS
513457
7
High RPM:
RPM
Low RPM:
RPM
2
15
WARNING!
8
4
513
69
8
13
14
USE WATER
ONLY
3
6
9
345336
12
PUSH
TO
STOP
CAUTION!
FORWARD
NEUTRAL
VIBRATION
CONTROL
REVERSE
PUSH
TO
START
OPEN
FRONT
5
WATER VALVES
THROTTLE
SERVICE INSTRUCTION CHART
OPEN
BACK
MULTIQUIP COMPANY, 18910 WILMINGTON AVENUE
CARSON, CALIFORNIA 90746
310-537-3700. 800/421-1244 NATIONWIDE. FAX:310-537-3927
515436
10
REAR
ROLLER
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nameplate and decals
NO.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
12
13
14
15
PART NO.
513457
13118
511726
511736
511740
34536
513580
513698
515436
511737
511735
513707
513467
511733
PART NAME
QTY.
DECAL: STEERING CONSOLE
1
DECAL: POWDER COATED 1
DECAL: HYDRAULIC OIL LEVEL INDICATOR 1
DECAL: WARNING 1
DECAL: MULTIQUIP
1
DECAL: OWNERS MANUAL 1
DECAL: ENGINE RPM SETTING 1
DECAL: WATER TANK CAP
1
DECAL: CONTROL PANEL
1
DECAL: SERVICE INSTRUCTION CHART 1
DECAL: CAUTION
2
DECAL: ATTENTION
2
DECAL: PARKING BRAKE INSTRUCTIONS 1
DECAL: HYDRAULIC OIL INDICATOR
1
REMARKS
AR13HA/AR13HAR ROLLER (s/n 110301 & up) • operation AND PARTS manual — rev. #0 (06/22/11) — page 45
nameplate and decals
16
17
AR-13HA
18
26
26
18
21
20
19
511724
AR-13HA
25
24
23
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
1. Read instruction manual before operation.
2. Never leave machine unattended with the
engine running.
3. Keep unauthorized and untrained people away
from the machine during operation.
Do not tow or push machine.
When parked on a slope, block drum to prevent machine
movement.
Exhaust gasses are dangerous, do not operate or run machine
in a enclosed area.
Wear safety clothing and devices as required.
Always place forward and reverse lever in neutral position
before starting machine.
Before starting or resuming work, operator must check that
no one is in the operating area.
Keep away from machine articulating area. This is a pinch
point and will cause serious injury.
Keep away from edges and steep slopes, do not operate
machine close to embankments or open trenches.
Check mechanical parking brake prior to traveling up or down
slopes, limit travel to straight up and down at low speed only.
Start and operate machine from operatorís seat only.
Be sure to stop engine whenever maintenance or refueling is
being performed.
511739
CAUTION
26
21
20
22
18
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nameplate and decals
continued
NO.
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
PART NO.
513529
511738
513393
513469
511718
513688
513740
513531
511739
511724
513393
PART NAME
QTY.
REMARKS
DECAL: AR-13H MQ LOGO
1
DECAL: DANGER
1
DECAL: SECURING POINT INDICATOR...........4................POINT ARROW UP
DECAL: CAUTION STRIPE PATTERN...............1................HORIZONTAL PLACEMENT
DECAL: CAUTION STRIPE PATTERN...............2................VERTICAL PLACEMENT
DECAL: MQ LOGO
2
DECAL: CAUTION STRIPE PATTERN...............1................HORIZONTAL PLACEMENT
DECAL: AR-13H MQ LOGO
1
DECAL: CAUTION: INSTRUCTIONS
1
DECAL: GREASE REMINDER
1
DECAL: SECURING POINT INDICATOR...........3................POINT ARROW DOWN
AR13HA/AR13HAR ROLLER (s/n 110301 & up) • operation AND PARTS manual — rev. #0 (06/22/11) — page 47
front drum assy.
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front drum assy.
NO.
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
36
40
41
43
45
47
78
80
82
84
86
88
90
92
94
96
98
100
124
126
128
130
PART NO.
513280
506145
506147
506136
508665
506142
011208025
EM923023
492264
506141
508340
EM923343
020108060
514522
492276
513283
513314
506220
492362
EM923343
513337
513343
513342
EM963610
3019092
517389
021110120
505977
505984
EM503803
515637
EM924006
515396
505990
515639
505951
513332
515641
513344
PART NAME
QTY.
REMARKS
FRONT ROLLER
1
HOUSING BEARING
1
BEARING
1
RING, RETAINING
1
COUPLER
1
MOUNT, VIBRATION MOTOR
1
BOLT, 8X25T.......................................................6................REPLACES 508342
WASHER, FLAT 5/16".........................................6................REPLACES 492597
BOLT, 3/8"X1"
6
SHOCK, MOUNT
3
STUD, M8X40
6
WASHER, LOCK 5/16........................................6................REPLACES 492623
NUT, M8..............................................................6................REPLACES 508341
ROLLER, SUPPORT..........................................1................RIGHT SIDE - FRONT
BOLT 1/2" X 1-1/2"
8
HOSE, PROTECTION COVER
1
NUT 1/4" X 3/4"
12
MOTOR, HYDRAULIC
1
NUT 5/16" X 5/8"
4
WASHER, LOCK 5/16".......................................4................REPLACES 492623
HOSE
1
HOSE
1
HOSE
1
CAPSCREW 3/8" NC X 1-1/4" G8......................6................REPLACES 492375
WASHER, FLAT 3/8"...........................................6................REPLACES 508346
SHOCK MOUNT, 3" DIAMETER
6
NUT, NYLON LOCK M10 ZINC 1.SP
6
PLATE, DRIVER
1
HUB
1
PINS, DOWEL....................................................2................REPLACES 503803
SUPPORT, ROLLER...........................................1................LEFT SIDE - FRONT/REAR
KEY, COTTER 1/8" X 2"......................................1................REPLACES 491690
MOTOR, HYDRAULIC
1
BOLT 1/2" X 2-1/2"
4
COVER
1
FITTING
2
FITTING
2
HOSE
1
HOSE
1
AR13HA/AR13HAR ROLLER (s/n 110301 & up) • operation AND PARTS manual — rev. #0 (06/22/11) — page 49
EXCITER assy.
58
46
64
74
66
76
52
70
70
1
M
U
R
60
54
D
T
N
62
74
O
R
F
64
48
46
NOTES:
INNER BEARINGS ARE INCLUDED
44
1 WITH ITEM 64.
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EXCITER assy.
NO.
44
46
48
52
54
58
60
62
64
66
70
74
76
PART NO.
EM963610
3019092
513285
EM927040
492467
EM963610
506144
490964
506131
513418
506135
513286
513287
PART NAME
QTY.
REMARKS
CAPSCREW, 3/8" NC X 1-1/4" G8.....................6................REPLACES 492375
WASHER, FLAT 3/8"..........................................12...............REPLACES 508346
HOUSING, BEARING RIGHT
1
KEY, WOODRUFF 606.......................................1................REPLACES 506250
SCREW, ALLEN 5/16"
2
CAPSCREW, 3/8" NC X 1-1/4" G8.....................6................REPLACES 492375
SEAL
1
RING, RETAINING
1
BEARING
2
EXCITER SHAFT
1
RING, RETAINING
2
OIL SEAL 65x100x9
2
HOUSING, BEARING LEFT 1
AR13HA/AR13HAR ROLLER (s/n 110301 & up) • operation AND PARTS manual — rev. #0 (06/22/11) — page 51
REAR DRUM AND CHASSIS assy.
page 52 — AR13HA/AR13HAR ROLLER (s/n 110301 & up) • operation AND PARTS manual — rev. #0 (06/22/11)
REAR DRUM AND CHASSIS assy.
NO. PART NO.
2
513291
4
505988
6
492584
8
503735
10
514523
12
509165
14
492276
16
EM963610
18
508346
20
505977
24
EM963610
26
505984
28
EM503803
30
515637
32
515639
34
513314
36
491689
38
515396
40
505990
66
505951
70
513349
72 *
74*
100 513266
PART NAME
QTY.
REMARKS
REAR DRUM
1
ALLEN PLUG
1
NUT, LOCK 1/2 IN. 1
BEARING, FLANGE...........................................1................INCLUDES ITEMS W/ *
SUPPORT, ROLLER...........................................1................RIGHT SIDE - REAR
BOLT, 1/2 NC x 2-1/4 IN. G5
1
BOLT, 1/2 NC x 1-1/2 IN. G5
8
CAPSCREW, 3/8 IN. NC x 1-1/4 IN. G5
6
LOCK WASHER 3/8 IN.
6
PLATE DRIVE
1
CAPSCREW, 3/8 NC x 1-1/4 IN. G8...................6................REPLACES 492375
HUB
1
PINS, DOWEL 3/8 x 1 IN.
2
REAR ROLLER SUPPORT, LEFT......................1................LEFT SIDE - FRONT/REAR
SUPPORT COVER
1
BOLT, 1/4 NC x 1/2 IN. G
12
KEY, COTTER 1/8 x 2 IN.
1
MOTOR, HYDRAULIC
1
BOLT, 1/2 NC x 2-1/2 IN. G
4
FITTING 8-10-F5OLO-S
2
HOSE
2
ZERK GREASE FITTING...................................1................NOT SOLD SEPARATELY
ZERK CAP..........................................................1................NOT SOLD SEPARATELY
REAR CHASSIS
1
AR13HA/AR13HAR ROLLER (s/n 110301 & up) • operation AND PARTS manual — rev. #0 (06/22/11) — page 53
COVERS AND FRAME ARTICULATION LOCK assy.
164
170
167
166
4
162
168
136
138
138
30
238
6
140
142
161
A
240
32
34
33
STEERING
CONSOLE
20
246
22
247
248
page 54 — AR13HA/AR13HAR ROLLER (s/n 110301 & up) • operation AND PARTS manual — rev. #0 (06/22/11)
COVERS AND FRAME ARTICULATION LOCK assy.
NO.
4
6
20
22
30
32
33
34
136
138
140
161
162
164
166
167
168
170
238
240
246
247
248
PART NO.
513315
509177
515416
509177
514243
492363
505679
EM923343
507888
505679
2105164
513471
513328
492410
506167
EM923023
EM969023
745
23297
492259
515415
511474
503723
PART NAME
QTY.
REMARKS
REAR WATER TANK COVER
1
BOLT 5/16 IN.
4
FLOOR PLATE/W ALUMINUM COVER
1
BOLT 5/16 X 5/8 IN.
10
COVER, STEERING COLUMN
1
BOLT 5/16 X 3/4 IN. NCG5
4
WASHER, FLAT 5/16 IN
4
WASHER, LOCK 5/16 IN ...................................4................REPLACES 492623
SEAT
1
NUT, 5/16"
8
NUT, NYLON 5/16 IN. - 18..................................4................REPLACES 492582
LOCK CLIP
4
LOCKING ARM
1
BOLT 5/8 NC x 2-1/2 IN. G5
1
WASHER, PLASTIC 5/8 IN.
2
WASHER, PLAIN 5/16 IN. .................................1................REPLACES 506109
NUT, LOCK 5/8 IN. . ...........................................1................REPLACES 492586
LOCK PIN
1
CONTAINER, MANUAL
1
SCREW, HHC 1/4 IN.- 20X12
2
ARM, FLOOR COVER
1
BRACKET, ARM
1
RIVET AM-54
1
AR13HA/AR13HAR ROLLER (s/n 110301 & up) • operation AND PARTS manual — rev. #0 (06/22/11) — page 55
hood and rear panel assy.
page 56 — AR13HA/AR13HAR ROLLER (s/n 110301 & up) • operation AND PARTS manual — rev. #0 (06/22/11)
hood and rear panel assy.
NO.
2
6
8
10
12
13
15
16
18
22
24
30
32
33
34
86
88
90
92
94
96
98
100
102
104
146
148
150
152
154
155
156
157
PART NO.
515096
492364
505679
2105164
EM514610
503723
515199
513305
514438
492356
492581
513396
513308
13212
513309
513312
492581
490181
513313
492356
2101402
492596
011208025
EM923343
506205
506273
510925
513314
492596
492581
506085
31750Z2E8020
32105Z6LA002
PART NAME
QTY.
REMARKS
HOOD
1
SCREW, HHC 5/16 X 18 X 1 IN.
2
FLAT WASHER 5/16 IN.
2
NUT, NYLON 5/16- 18........................................2................REPLACES 492582
LATCH KIT, STEEL
2
RIVET BRAKE LINING
13
SEAL RUBBER
1
HINGE, SLOTTED
1
LATCH KIT (HOOD)
1
BOLT 1/4 X 3/4 IN.
12
NUT 1/4 IN.
12
FRONT CHASSIS
1
REAR ENGINE COVER
1
GROMMET, 1-1/4 IN. ID 1
BOLT 5/16 X 3/4 IN.
4
BOLT 1/4 X 1 IN.
2
NUT 1/4 IN.
2
SIGHT GLASS
1
SUPPORT REAR ENGINE COVER
1
BOLT 1/4 X 3/4 IN.
1
WASHER, LOCK 1/4 IN......................................1................REPLACES 492622
FLAT WASHER 1/4 IN.
3
BOLT 8 X 25T DCA-85,125,150SSM..................1................REPLACES 508342
WASHER, LOCK 5/16 IN....................................1................REPLACES 492623
PLUG
1
SOLENOID, STARTER
1
NUT 3/16 IN.
2
BOLT 1/4 X 1/2 IN.
2
FLAT WASHER 1/4 IN.
2
NUT 1/4 IN.
2
GROMMET
1
RECTIFIER ASSY, REGULATOR , 20A
1
SUB-WIRE HARNESS ASSY.
1
AR13HA/AR13HAR ROLLER (s/n 110301 & up) • operation AND PARTS manual — rev. #0 (06/22/11) — page 57
STEERING COLUMN AND HYDRAULIC ARTICULATION assy
HOSES K L
CONNECT TO
MANIFOLD
STEERING
VALVE
3
178
190
182
194
174
180
192
195
176
2
196
198
181
1
184
172
58
200
202
52
26
32
30
186
28
34
36
38
L
42
188
K
40
56
54
44
16
46
48
22
NOTES:
22
1
2
CLUTCH CABLE
18
1 CONNECTS TO ENGINE
HOSE CONNECTS TO
24
2 HYDRAULIC CYLINDER
PORT 2, ITEM 24
14
50
18
16
3
K
HOSE CONNECTS TO
HYDRAULIC CYLINDER
PORT 1, ITEM 24
SEE HYDRAULIC
L HOSE CONNECTIONS
PAGES 34-35
page 58 — AR13HA/AR13HAR ROLLER (s/n 110301 & up) • operation AND PARTS manual — rev. #0 (06/22/11)
STEERING COLUMN AND HYDRAULIC ARTICULATION assy
NO.
14
16
18
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
36
38
40
42
44
46
48
50
52
54
56
58
172
174
176
178
180
181
182
184
186
188
190
192
194
195
196
198
200
202
PART NO.
EM923348
EM969023
492412
506196
513297
513298
513299
EM963055
6109180
0166A
513300
513301
506164
492276
6109180
513302
513303
492276
491701
513350
513348
491008
598156
518728
507862
506265
509143
513346
508344
508335
509190
506186
506222
503119
10958
11078
506239
503958
EM969079
515423
PART NAME
QTY.
REMARKS
WASHER, LOCK 5/8 IN.
2
NUT, LOCK 5/8 IN...............................................2................REPLACES 492586
BOLT 5/8” UNC X 3
2
ELBOW FITTING
2
CYLINDER, STEERING
1
BOLT 1/2 IN. NC x 1 IN. G
4
COVER, ARTICULATING JOINT
1
HEX HEAD CAPSCREW 3/8 IN. x 3/4 IN...........3................REPLACES 492373
WASHER, LOCK 1/2” DIAMETER......................4................REPLACES 492626
WASHER, LOCK 3/8” DIAMETER......................3................REPLACES 492624
RETAINER PLATE
1
SPACER
1
BEARING
1
BOLT 1/2 IN. NC x 1-1/2 IN. G
4
WASHER, LOCK 1/2 IN. ....................................4................REPLACES 492626
BASE, ARTICULATING JOINT
1
ARTICULATING JOINT
1
BOLT 1/2 IN. NC x 1-1/2 IN. G
4
ZERK FITTING
1
HOSE, 9
1
HOSE, 16
1
GREASE COVER
1
NUT
1
WHEEL, STEERING
1
STEERING COLUMN
1
NUT 5/16 IN.
4
NUT 5/16 IN.
4
HOSES K AND L
2
WASHER 5/16 IN.
4
BUSHING
4
WASHER 3/4 IN.
1
HYDRAULIC VALVE
1
HOUR METER
1
NUT, LOCK 3/16”
1
SWITCH, STARTER
1
KEY, IGNITION
1
CABLE CHOKE
1
BOLT 1/4 IN. x 5/8 IN. G5
1
NUT 1/4 IN..........................................................1................REPLACES 492581
HARNESS, WIRING
1
AR13HA/AR13HAR ROLLER (s/n 110301 & up) • operation AND PARTS manual — rev. #0 (06/22/11) — page 59
ARTICULATION ARM assy.
4
2
6
10
8
4
2
8
6
page 60 — AR13HA/AR13HAR ROLLER (s/n 110301 & up) • operation AND PARTS manual — rev. #0 (06/22/11)
ARTICULATION ARM assy.
NO.
2
4
6
8
10
PART NO.
513294
514347
EM505069
513295
513296
PART NAME
ROD END
BOLT 3/4 IN. x 2-1/2 IN.
NUT 3/4 IN.
NUT 3/4 IN.
ROD, DIRECTION STABILIZER
QTY.
2
2
2
2
1
REMARKS
AR13HA/AR13HAR ROLLER (s/n 110301 & up) • operation AND PARTS manual — rev. #0 (06/22/11) — page 61
hydraulic drive pump assy.
201
A
206
209
204
202
B
199
62
200
196
38
54
60
200
202
C
52
50
F
66
68
87
38
56
64
58
74
190 48
72
70
46
192
191
203
E
D
192
45
40
42
89
90
88
44
NOTES
A
C
B
D
A SEE HYDRAULIC
B HOSE CONNECTIONS
page 62 — AR13HA/AR13HAR ROLLER (s/n 110301 & up) • operation AND PARTS manual — rev. #0 (06/22/11)
hydraulic drive pump assy.
NO.
38
40
42
44
45
46
48
50
52
54
56
58
60
62
64
66
68
70
72
74
87
88
89
90
190
191
192
196
199
200
201
202
203
204
206
208
209
PART NO.
500214
EM969013
3019092
EM963059
513352
506234
506235
506236
EM963610
507845
EM508346
EM175
507860
506187
513310
509144
492367
2105164
503119
492465
513335
513618
513620
513619
506217
513340
506207
506203
513338
508427C
513333
508343
513339
508428C
506219
506200
513336
PART NAME
QTY.
REMARKS
KEY SQUARE
1
NUT LOCK 3/8 IN...............................................4................REPLACES 492583
WASHER, FLAT 3/8 IN........................................8................REPLACES 492598
BOLT 3/8 X 2 IN..................................................4................REPLACES 492379
RUBBER RING 1/2 X 1/2 IN...............................1................S/N 101201 AND BELOW
SPACER
1
COUPLER
1
ALUMINUM ADAPTER
1
CAPSCREW 3/8 NCX 1-1/4 IN. GS....................4................REPLACES 492376
PUMP, STEERING
1
WASHER 3/8 IN..................................................2................REPLACES 508346
BOLT 3/8-16 X 1-1/4 SC HD
2
ADAPTER, STEERING PUMP
1
HYDRAULIC PUMP
1
SHIFT LEVER
1
BOLT 3/16 X 1-3/4 IN.
1
BOLT 5/16 X 1-3/4 IN.
1
NUT, NYLON 5/16 IN. - 18..................................1................REPLACES 492582
NUT, LOCK 3/16 IN.
1
SCREW ALLEN HEAD 1/4 - 20 X 3/8 IN.
1
HOSE
2
ADAPTOR
1
HOSE, DRAIN
1
PLUG
1
FITTING 3/4 IN.
1
HOSE
1
HOSE CLAMP, HS-16
2
FITTING
1
HOSE
1
COPPER WASHER 21/32 IN.
3
HOSE
1
FITTING
3
HOSE
1
COPPER WASHER 5/8 IN.
1
FITTING 1/2 IN.
1
FITTING 3703-08-08
1
HOSE
1
AR13HA/AR13HAR ROLLER (s/n 110301 & up) • operation AND PARTS manual — rev. #0 (06/22/11) — page 63
MANIFOLD AND hydraulic OIL FILTER assy.
144
83
138
H
183
136
140
124
187
122
120
108
142
110
116
114
106
157
118 B
A
112
119
B
G
87
30
164
160
172
166
158
162
170
A
B
176
178
168
119
181
134
130
174
182
132
132
128
128
126
126
172
156
183
119
184
NOTE:
SEE HYDRAULIC
G H HOSE CONNECTIONS
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MANIFOLD AND hydraulic OIL FILTER assy.
NO.
83
87
106
108
110
112
114
116
118
119
120
122
124
126
128
130
132
134
136
138
140
142 144
156
157
158
160
162
164
166
168
170
172
174
176
178
181
182
183
184
PART NO.
513334
513335
507278
506218
506221
508667
508664
492357
2101402
EM25507
506204
506244
508670
505976
506185
492367
EM923343
492371
506201
506202
506206
508472
506195
515502
508814
506192
507774
507772
506247
506246
506245
507885
506182
506190
511808
506190
506195
506205
506193
506195
PART NAME
QTY.
REMARKS
HOSE
1
HOSE
2
HYDRAULIC TANK CAP
1
STRAIGHT FITTING 3/4"
1
FILTER, GAS
1
OIL FILTER
1
FILTER, HEAD
1
SCREW HHC 1/4- 20X12 2
WASHER, LOCK 1/4” ........................................2................REPLACES 492622
FITTING 3
FITTING 1
BLOCK FILTER M10
1
VALVE CHECK
1
CLAMP 3/4
5
PLATE CORNER
4
SCREW, HHC5/16”-18X1-3/4” 3
WASHER, LOCK 5/16” ......................................4................REPLACES 492623
BOLT 5/16” LOCK
1
FITTING, TEE
1
FITTING
2
FITTING
1
FITTING
1
FITTING
1
MANIFOLD
1
BOLT 5/16”X3-1/4”
2
FITTING
2
VALVE RELIEF, 500 PSI
1
PLUG
1
VALVE, NEEDLE
1
VALVE, RELIEF, 2000 PSI
1
VALVE, SOLENOID
1
12 VOLT COIL SOLENOID
1
COUPLING PSI TEST
3
FITTING
2
ADAPTER, STRAIGHT
2
FITTING
2
FITTING
1
PLUG
1
FITTING
4
FITTING
2
AR13HA/AR13HAR ROLLER (s/n 110301 & up) • operation AND PARTS manual — rev. #0 (06/22/11) — page 65
FUEL TANK assy.
205
207
204
213
FU
EL
216
TA
N
K
124
310
320 330
212
210
A
214
300
252
256
220
206
221
208
284
FU
EL
TA
N
DE
SI S
FT SI
LE AS
CH
K
750
R
690 ENGINEAR
EC
700
OV
680
ER
650
670
222
258
228
226
250
224
740
248
330
660
720
730 To Engine
Air Filter
223
224
248
To Engine
Carburetor
A
227
268
266
218
page 66 — AR13HA/AR13HAR ROLLER (s/n 110301 & up) • operation AND PARTS manual — rev. #0 (06/22/11)
FUEL TANK assy.
NO.
94
124
204
205
206
207
208
210
212
213
214
216
218
220
221
222
223
224
226
227
228
230
248
250
252
256
258
266
268
284
300
310
320
330
650
660
670
680
690
700
720
730
740
750
PART NO.
513314
508302
520831
514467
23514
514840
505594
514560
492364
492623
492597
492553
506208
520612
520612
352431090
516450
520611
492622
492561
492357
505976
EM20426
514559
512731
512722
520612
491028
511778
491210
23507
23509
520833
517621
23506
801006
492581
492596
513312
493108
520612
515468
800416
520833
PART NAME
QTY.
REMARKS
BOLT, 1/4" NC X 3/4" G
1
PAD, RUBBER TANK
2
FUEL TANK, STEEL EPA REQ.
1
BRACKET, FUEL TANK SUPPORT
1
CAP, FUEL EPA
1
PAD, RUBBER BRACKET 4 x 36 x 10 mm 1.7
FLEX TUBE 5/16 IN.
1
ADAPTER, 129HB-5-4
1
BOLT 5/16 NC x 1 IN. G5
2
WASHER, LOCK 5/16 IN.
2
WASHER, FLAT 5/16 IN.
2
NUT, HEX 5/16 IN.
2
CLAMP HS-4
8
HOSE 4FLH 5/16 IN.
AR*
HOSE 1/4 IN.
AR*
FILTER, FUEL.....................................................1................REPLACES EM20763
PUMP, FUEL
1
HOSE 1/4 IN.
AR*
WASHER, LOCK 1/4 IN.
2
NUT, HEX 1/4 IN.
2
BOLT 1/4 NC x 1 IN. G5
2
CLAMP 3/4
1
ADAPTOR, ELBOW
2
ADAPTOR, ELBOW
1
ADAPTOR
2
FUEL SHUT-OFF VALVE
1
HOSE 1/4 IN.
AR*
WRAP CABLE TIE
1
ADAPTER
1
PLUG, TANK 1/4 IN.
1
GROMMET, FUEL VALVE
1
FUEL VALVE
1
HOSE, 3/16" EPA
AR*
STAPLE, DOUBLE METAL #178
1
CANNISTER, CHARCOAL 800 CC
1
SUPPORT, CANNISTER
1
NUT, 1/4" NC
2
WASHER, FLAT 1/4"
2
BOLT, 1/4" NC X 1" G
2
CLAMP, HS-60
3
HOSE, 5/16" EPA
AR*
CLAMP, HS-6
1
ADAPTER 5/16" TO 3/16"
1
HOSE, 3/16" EPA
AR*
* — AS REQUIRED
AR13HA/AR13HAR ROLLER (s/n 110301 & up) • operation AND PARTS manual — rev. #0 (06/22/11) — page 67
WATER TANK assy.
104 88
84
86
14
90
98
8
92
102 100
18
128
18
16
268
119
18
270
1
13
132 130
96
12
266
116
10
18
93
116
116
116
116
18
128
268
270
1
NOTES
132 130
266
1 PART OF FRAME
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WATER TANK assy.
NO.
8
10
12
13
14
16
18
84
88
90
92
93
94
98
100
102
104
116
118
119
120
122
128
130
132
266
268
270
PART NO.
513316
EM963055
3019092
0166A
509249
506094
506071
513321
492358
492581
513322
813351
513379
506086
3019092
508435
503015
504163
504163
504163
504163
504163
506084
505679
505401
506072
506074
508610
PART NAME
QTY.
REMARKS
WATER TANK
1
BOLT 3/8”X3/4”...................................................1................REPLACES 492373
WASHER, FLAT 3/8” SPECIAL...........................1................REPLACES 492598
WASHER, LOCK 3/8”.........................................1................REPLACES 492624
WATER TANK CAP
1
PLUG 1/2” NPT GALVANIZED
1
ELBOW PVC
7
WATER VALVE EXTENSION
1
BOLT 1/4" NC x 1-1/4" G5
4
NUT1/4"
4
VALVE, BALL
2
ELBOW 90G 1/2” NYLON
1
“T” ADAPTER
1
U- BOLT 3/8"
4
WASHER, FLAT. 3/8”.........................................16...............REPLACES 492598
LOCK NUT
8
KNOB, HANDLE ADJ. 2
HOSE 1/2"
1
HOSE 1/2"
1
HOSE 1/2"
1
HOSE 1/2"
1
HOSE 1/2"
1
CLAMP
4
NUT 5/16"
4
SCREW, HHC 5/16”- 18X1/2” 4
PVC TUBE
4
MALE ADAPTER
4
CAP
4
AR13HA/AR13HAR ROLLER (s/n 110301 & up) • operation AND PARTS manual — rev. #0 (06/22/11) — page 69
ENGINE AND MUFFLER assy.
266
210
215
265
212
36
265
214
216
212
222
278
220
280
510 430
480
280
640
221
218
282
470
212
460
450
440
400
256
257
500
420
258
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ENGINE AND MUFFLER assy.
NO.
36
210
212
214
215
216
218
220
221
222
256
257
258
265
266
278
280
282
400
420
430
440
450
460
470
480
500
510
640
PART NO.
GX630RQZB2
513449
506257
514711
506207
510718
513447
520308
514540
520288
492553
492623
505679
18333ZJ1000
9405008000
492357
492596
492581
520271
520437
520429
505679
492364
492596
DULT100256
492364
492371
492623
492622
PART NAME
ENGINE, HONDA 20 HP
MUFFLER PIPE (MODIFIED)
U- BOLT ASSY. 1-1/2"
TUBE 1.25” FLEX
HOSE CLAMP HS-16
HEAT WRAP 2”x1/16”
EXTENSION MUFFLER PIPE
ELBOW, EXHAUST FLANGED
RIVET, POP STEEL
DEFLECTOR, EXHAUST
NUT, HEX 5/16” NC
WASHER, LOCK 5/16”
WASHER, FLAT 5/16”
GASKET, MUFFLER
NUT
BOLT, 1/4"NC X 1" G5
WASHER, FLAT 1/4"
NUT, 1/4" NC
MUFFLER VHSM6
MUFFLER BASE EXTENSION
SUPPORT GUIDE
WASHER, FLAT 5/16"
BOLT 5/16" NC X 1" G5
WASHER, FLAT 1/4"
BOLT M6 X 25 P=1 GALVANIZED
BOLT 5/16" NC X 1"G5
BOLT 5/16" NC X 3"G5
WASHER, LOCK 5/16"
WASHER, LOCK 1/4"
QTY.
1
1
3
1
2
1
1
1
4
1
1
1
1
2
4
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
1
2
2
REMARKS
AR13HA/AR13HAR ROLLER (s/n 110301 & up) • operation AND PARTS manual — rev. #0 (06/22/11) — page 71
throttle assy.
135
136
134
106
108
3
110
114
112
1
2
NOTES:
ITEM 114 BOLTS
1 TO ENGINE
THROTTLE CABLE
2 CONNECTS TO ENGINE
ITEM 110 CONNECTS
3 TO ITEM 64, SEE PAGE 66
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throttle assy.
NO.
106
108
110
112
114
134
135
136
PART NO.
513323
513324
514742
508451
513325
510229
G201
DA1252
PART NAME
TRAVEL LEVER (FWD/REV)
CABLE, FORWARD/REVERSE JOINT BALL
LOCK NUT 1/4" - 28 NF ADVANCE CABLE SUPPORT
CABLE THROTTLE ASSEMBLY KNOB HANDLE
LEVER HANDLE
QTY.
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
REMARKS
AR13HA/AR13HAR ROLLER (s/n 110301 & up) • operation AND PARTS manual — rev. #0 (06/22/11) — page 73
brake control assy.
38
44
36
42
66
48
56
60
46
40
54
58
62
64
68
70
82
76
78
72
265
74
268
266
269
267
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brake control assy.
NO.
36
38
40
42
44
46
48
50
52
56
58
66
68
70
72
74
76
78
82
265@
266@
267@
268@
269
PART NO.
506046
506158
492365
EM923023
2105164
506057
505999
EM963097
EM969013
508674
506042
2219
492570
EM923348
508449
508619
3019092
EM969013
506001
513320
505997
508566
508386
513193
PART NAME
QTY.
REMARKS
LEVER, BRAKE
1
BOLT 5/16" NC x 3/4" G5
4
BOLT 5/16" NC x 1/1/4" G5
1
WASHER, FLAT 5/16”.........................................2................REPLACES 492597
NUT, NYLON 5/16”- 18.......................................1................REPLACES 492582
BRAKE LINK
1
BELL CRANK
1
BOLT 3/8” NC x 1/1/2" G5 . ................................1................REPLACES 492313
NUT, LOCK 3/8”..................................................1................REPLACES 492583
BOLT 5/16" NC x 1" G5
4
PIN, CLEVIS
1
KEY, COTTER
1
NUT, HEX 5/8"
1
WASHER, LOCK 5/8” ........................................1................REPLACES 492627
BRAKE ROD
1
BOLT, HEX HEAD 3/8” NCX4” 1
WASHER, FLAT 3/8”...........................................2................REPLACES 492598
NUT, LOCK 3/8”..................................................1................REPLACES 492583
BUSHING, PLASTIC
1
SUPPORT, BRAKE SHOE
1
BRAKE PAD
1
RIVET
6
WASHER 3/16"
6
BRAKE PAD ASSY..............................................1................INCLUDES ITEMS W/@
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battery assy.
150
144
146
158
160
154
152
148
156
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battery assy.
NO.
144
146
148
150
152
154
156
158
160
PART NO.
514391
513446
513445
505624
506266
506152
506151
492354
3019092
PART NAME
QTY.
REMARKS
BATTERY 12V
1
CABLE (-) BATTERY 1
CABLE (+) BATTERY 1
BATTERY TERMINAL COVER...........................1................BLACK
BATTERY TERMINAL COVER...........................1................RED
WRAP
1
CLAMP, BATTERY
1
HEX HEAD SCREW 1/4"X1 1/2" NC G5
1
WASHER, FLAT 3/8”...........................................1................REPLACES 492598
AR13HA/AR13HAR ROLLER (s/n 110301 & up) • operation AND PARTS manual — rev. #0 (06/22/11) — page 77
scrapper assy.
120
122
1
118
A
A
112
114
108
110
106
NOTE:
116
1 PART OF FRAME
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scrapper assy.
NO.
106
108
110
112
114
116
118
120
122
PART NO.
513290
508433
508434
EM963057
3019092
EM969013
EM963692
492584
621
PART NAME
QTY.
REMARKS
SCRAPER, SUPPORT
4
SCRAPER, RUBBER
4
PLATE BACKING
4
BOLT 3/8”...........................................................12...............REPLACES 492313
WASHER, FLAT3/8”...........................................12...............REPLACES 492598
NUT, LOCK 3/8”.................................................12...............REPLACES 492583
BOLT, 1/2” UNC X 1-1/2”.....................................8................REPLACES 492384
NUT, LOCK 1/2” NC 8
WASHER 1/2” SPECIAL
8
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Terms and Conditions of Sale — Parts
paYmenT TeRms
5.
Parts must be in new and resalable
condition, in the original Multiquip
package (if any), and with Multiquip part
numbers clearly marked.
6.
The following items are not returnable:
Multiquip reserves the right to quote and
sell direct to Government agencies, and to
Original Equipment Manufacturer accounts
who use our products as integral parts of their
own products.
a.
speCiaL eXpeDiTing seRviCe
Terms of payment for parts are net 30 days.
FReigHT pOLiCY
All parts orders will be shipped collect or
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All shipments are F.O.B. point of origin.
Multiquip’s responsibility ceases when a
signed manifest has been obtained from the
carrier, and any claim for shortage or damage
must be settled between the consignee and
the carrier.
b.
minimum ORDeR
The minimum charge for orders from Multiquip
is $15.00 net. Customers will be asked for
instructions regarding handling of orders not
meeting this requirement.
ReTuRneD gOODs pOLiCY
Return shipments will be accepted and
credit will be allowed, subject to the following
provisions:
1.
A Returned Material Authorization
must be approved by Multiquip prior to
shipment.
2.
Obsolete parts. (If an item is in the
price book and shows as being
replaced by another item, it is
obsolete.)
Any parts with a limited shelf life
(such as gaskets, seals, “O” rings,
and other rubber parts) that were
purchased more than six months
prior to the return date.
c.
Any line item with an extended
dealer net price of less than
$5.00.
d.
Special order items.
e.
Electrical components.
f.
Paint, chemicals, and lubricants.
g.
Decals and paper products.
h.
Items purchased in kits.
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The sender will be notified of any material
received that is not acceptable.
To obtain a Return Material Authorization,
a list must be provided to Multiquip
Parts Sales that defines item numbers,
quantities, and descriptions of the items
to be returned.
8.
Such material will be held for five
working days from notification, pending
instructions. If a reply is not received
within five days, the material will be
returned to the sender at his expense.
a.
The parts numbers and descriptions
must match the current parts price
list.
9.
b.
The list must be typed or computer
generated.
Credit on returned parts will be issued
at dealer net price at time of the original
purchase, less a 15% restocking
charge.
c.
The list must state the reason(s)
for the return.
d.
The list must reference the sales
order(s) or invoice (s) under
which the items were originally
purchased.
e.
The list must include the name
and phone number of the person
requesting the RMA.
3.
A copy of the Return Material Authorization
must accompany the return shipment.
4.
Freight is at the sender’s expense. All
parts must be returned freight prepaid to
Multiquip’s designated receiving point.
10. In cases where an item is accepted, for
which the original purchase document
can not be determined, the price will be
based on the list price that was effective
twelve months prior to the RMA date.
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shipments, insured parcel post or in cases
where Multiquip must personally deliver the
parts to the carrier.
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Multiquip shall not be liable hereunder for
damages in excess of the purchase price of
the item with respect to which damages are
claimed, and in no event shall Multiquip be
liable for loss of profit or good will or for any
other special, consequential or incidental
damages.
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No warranties, express or implied, are
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trade accessories nor as to any engine not
manufactured by Multiquip. Such warranties
made in connection with the sale of new,
complete units are made exclusively by a
statement of warranty packaged with such
units, and Multiquip neither assumes nor
authorizes any person to assume for it
any other obligation or liability whatever in
connection with the sale of its products. Apart
from such written statement of warranty,
there are no warranties, express, implied or
statutory, which extend beyond the description
of the products on the face hereof.
Effective: February 22, 2006
11. Credit issued will be applied to future
purchases only.
pRiCing anD ReBaTes
Prices are subject to change without prior
notice. Price changes are effective on a
specific date and all orders received on or
after that date will be billed at the revised price.
Rebates for price declines and added charges
for price increases will not be made for stock
on hand at the time of any price change.
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notes
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Operation and parts Manual
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