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Grain Handling
FRONT FOLDING X-TREME®
GRAIN CART
MODEL 1315
Serial Number B32490100 and Higher
286908
1315 GRAIN CARTS — Introduction
Foreword
This symbol identifies important safety messages. When you see it, read the message that follows and be alert to the
possibility of personal injury.
Remember, safety instructions stated in this manual are for your protection. Read them carefully and follow them
closely when working around or using this machine.
Read and study this manual completely before attempting to operate this implement. Take this manual to the field for handy
reference when operating, adjusting, or servicing your machine.
When referenced, “Right-Hand” (RH) and “Left-Hand” (LH) side of the machine are determined by standing behind
the machine and facing in the direction of travel.
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1315 GRAIN CARTS — Introduction
Product Information
When ordering parts or when requesting further information or assistance, always give the following information:
• Machine name
• Model number
• Serial number
All products manufactured by Unverferth Mfg. Co., Inc. are warranted to be free from material and workmanship defects for one full
year from time of consumer delivery. Your local dealer will gladly assist you with any warranty questions.
Please fill out and retain this portion for your records. The serial number plate is located on the frame as shown below.
Purchase Date _______________________ Model ___________________Serial No.________________________________
Dealer _____________________________________________ City ____________________________________________
Dealer Contact ___________________________________________ Phone ______________________________________
SERIAL NUMBER DECAL LOCATION
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The information, specifications, and illustrations in the manual are based on information available at the time it was written. Due to continuing improvements in the design and manufacture of Unverferth products, all specifications and information contained herein are subject to
change without notice.
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1315 GRAIN CARTS — Introduction
Table of Contents
SECTION I
Safety
General Hazard Information ....................................................................................................... 1-2
Safety Decals ............................................................................................................................. 1-3
General Safety Instructions ........................................................................................................ 1-4
Before Operating or Servicing ................................................................................................... 1-5
During Operation ........................................................................................................................ 1-6
Before Transporting .................................................................................................................... 1-7
During Transport......................................................................................................................... 1-7
Driveline Safety .......................................................................................................................... 1-8
Pressurized Oil ........................................................................................................................... 1-9
Preparing for Emergencies....................................................................................................... 1-10
Wearing Protective Equipment ................................................................................................. 1-10
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Table of Contents
SECTION II
Setup
Dealer Checklist ......................................................................................................................... 2-2
Basic Set-Up
SMV Emblem ....................................................................................................................... 2-3
Drive Line Storage .............................................................................................................. 2-3
Wheel/Tire Set-Up ................................................................................................................ 2-4
Scale Kit Layout - Models with 5 Point Walking Tandem Duals............................................. 2-5
Scale Kit Installation - Models with 5 Point Walking Tandem Duals ...................................... 2-5
Hitch Assembly .................................................................................................................... 2-5
Spindle Assembly................................................................................................................. 2-5
Scale Kit Layout - Models with Single Tires & Tracks with 5 Point Scale System .............. 2-6
Scale Kit Installation - Models with Single Tires & Tracks with 5 Point Scale System ........ 2-7
Hitch Assembly .................................................................................................................... 2-7
Axle Load Cell Installation .................................................................................................. 2-8
Scale Kit Installation - All Models
J-Block Installation .............................................................................................................. 2-9
Indicator Installation .......................................................................................................... 2-10
Installation.......................................................................................................................... 2-11
Load Cell Connection ........................................................................................................ 2-12
Other Load Cells ............................................................................................................... 2-12
Remote Alarm Installation ................................................................................................. 2-12
Routing Scale Cables - Models with Walking Tandems ......................................................... 2-13
Rotational Sensor Mounting Instructions - 520 Auto-Log Scale Systems .............................. 2-16
UM520 Auto-Unload Installation Instructions Kit #251678 ...................................................... 2-20
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Table of Contents
SECTION III
Operation
Preparing Tractor ........................................................................................................................ 3-2
Attaching Grain Cart to Tractor - Drawbar Connection ............................................................ 3-3
Jack usage ................................................................................................................................ 3-4
Transport Chain Connection ....................................................................................................... 3-5
Hydraulic Connections ................................................................................................................ 3-6
Electrical Connections ................................................................................................................ 3-7
Light Module (Optional).............................................................................................................. 3-7
Pre-Operation Checklist .............................................................................................................. 3-8
Towing ........................................................................................................................................ 3-9
Auger - In-Field Transport Stand ............................................................................................ 3-10
Auger Operation ....................................................................................................................... 3-11
UM410 Scale Calibration & Set-Up ......................................................................................... 3-13
UM520 Scale Calibration & Set-Up ......................................................................................... 3-17
Scale Kit Operation - Models with Tracks with Hydraulic Belt Tensioning ........................... 3-17
Weather Guard Tarp Operation ................................................................................................ 3-18
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Table of Contents
SECTION IV
Maintenance
Lubrication .................................................................................................................................. 4-2
Walking Tandem Option - Inner Dual Wheel Access ................................................................ 4-4
Walking Tandem Option - Row Spacing Adjustment ................................................................ 4-5
Seasonal Storage ....................................................................................................................... 4-7
Auger Driveline - Bearings ........................................................................................................ 4-8
Auger Driveline - Gear Box ....................................................................................................... 4-8
Auger Driveline - Driveline Replacement Procedure ................................................................. 4-8
Lower Auger Replacement ....................................................................................................... 4-10
Upper Auger Replacement ....................................................................................................... 4-17
PTO Shaft and Clutch.............................................................................................................. 4-24
Scale Trouble Shooting ............................................................................................................ 4-28
Scale “Short Form” Set-Up & Calibration
Unverferth 410 Indicator ................................................................................................... 4-29
Unverferth 520 Indicator ................................................................................................... 4-32
Trouble Shooting ...................................................................................................................... 4-33
Inspection and Maintenance .................................................................................................... 4-33
Electrical System...................................................................................................................... 4-34
Hydraulic System ..................................................................................................................... 4-35
UM520 Auto-Unload Manifold Schematic................................................................................. 4-36
UM520 Auto-Unload Plumbing Schematic ............................................................................... 4-37
Wheel, Hub and Spindle Disassembly and Assembly ............................................................. 4-38
Wheels & Tires
Wheel Nut Torque Requirements ....................................................................................... 4-40
Tire Pressure ..................................................................................................................... 4-41
Tire Warranty ..................................................................................................................... 4-42
Complete Torque Chart - Capscrews - Grade 5 .................................................................... 4-43
Complete Torque Chart - Capscrews - Grade 8 .................................................................... 4-44
Hydraulic Fittings - Torque and Installation ............................................................................ 4-45
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Table of Contents
SECTION V
Parts
Final Assembly Components ...................................................................................................... 5-2
Touch-Up Paint ........................................................................................................................... 5-4
Decals ........................................................................................................................................ 5-5
Electrical Components - Single Axle & Track Models .............................................................. 5-8
Electrical Components - Walking Tandem Models .................................................................. 5-10
Axle Components with 5 Point Scale System ........................................................................ 5-12
Axle Components - Walking Tandem Components .................................................................. 5-14
Wheels and Tires ..................................................................................................................... 5-17
Upper Aguer Components ........................................................................................................ 5-18
Lower Auger & Door Seal Components .................................................................................. 5-20
45 Degree Gear Box Components........................................................................................... 5-23
Cleanout Door Components ..................................................................................................... 5-24
Auger Fold Components ........................................................................................................... 5-26
Auger Fold Grease Components .............................................................................................. 5-28
Sideboard Components ........................................................................................................... 5-30
Auger Fold Cylinder ................................................................................................................. 5-31
Flow Control Door Cylinder ..................................................................................................... 5-31
Downspout Cylinder ................................................................................................................. 5-31
Hydraulic Components .............................................................................................................. 5-32
Directional Spout Components ................................................................................................. 5-34
PTO Cut Out Clutch Components ............................................................................................ 5-36
PTO Components ...................................................................................................................... 5-37
Driveline U-Joint Components .................................................................................................. 5-38
Weather Guard Tarp Components ............................................................................................ 5-40
Track Axle Mounting Components ........................................................................................... 5-42
Scale Components (Optional) ................................................................................................... 5-44
Rotational Sensor Conversion Kit #251882B - UM520 Auto-Log Scale Systems .................. 5-48
UM520 Auto-Unload Components - Kit #251678 .................................................................... 5-50
Video System (Optional) ........................................................................................................... 5-52
FOR TRACK INFORMATION, PLEASE REFER TO YOUR TRACK MANUAL.
FOR HYDRAULIC DRIVE INFORMATION, PLEASE REFER TO YOUR HYDRAULIC DRIVE MANUAL.
FOR U-HARVEST SCALE INFORMATION REFER TO YOUR U-HARVEST SCALE MANUAL.
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1315 GRAIN CARTS — Safety
SECTION I
Safety
General Hazard Information ....................................................................................................... 1-2
Safety Decals ............................................................................................................................. 1-3
General Safety Instructions ........................................................................................................ 1-4
Before Operating or Servicing ................................................................................................... 1-5
During Operation ........................................................................................................................ 1-6
Before Transporting .................................................................................................................... 1-7
During Transport......................................................................................................................... 1-7
Driveline Safety .......................................................................................................................... 1-8
Pressurized Oil ........................................................................................................................... 1-9
Preparing for Emergencies....................................................................................................... 1-10
Wearing Protective Equipment ................................................................................................. 1-10
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1315 GRAIN CARTS — Safety
General Hazard Information
No accident-prevention program can be successful without the wholehearted cooperation of the person who is directly responsible for the operation of the equipment.
A large number of accidents can be prevented only by the operator anticipating the result before the
accident is caused and doing something about it. No power-driven equipment, whether it be transportation or processing, whether it be on the highway, in the field, or in the industrial plant, can be safer
than the person who is at the controls. If accidents are to be prevented--and they can be prevented--it
will be done by the operators who accept the full measure of their responsibility.
It is true that the designer, the manufacturer, and the safety engineer can help; and they will help, but
their combined efforts can be wiped out by a single careless act of the operator.
It is said that, “the best kind of a safety device is a careful operator.” We, at Unverferth Mfg. Co., Inc.,
ask that you be that kind of operator.
REMEMBER:
THINK SAFETY
A CAREFUL OPERATOR IS THE
BEST INSURANCE AGAINST AN
ACCIDENT!
SIGNAL WORDS
INDICATES AN EXTREMELY HAZARDOUS SITUATION OR ACTION THAT WILL RESULT IN
SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH.
INDICATES A HAZARDOUS SITUATION OR ACTION THAT COULD RESULT IN SERIOUS
INJURY OR DEATH.
INDICATES AN UNSAFE SITUATION OR ACTION THAT MAY RESULT IN PERSONAL INJURY.
Is used for instruction on operating, adjusting, or servicing a machine.
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Safety Decals
REPLACE LOST, DAMAGED, PAINTED, OR UNREADABLE
DECALS IMMEDIATELY. IF PARTS THAT HAVE DECALS ARE REPLACED, ALSO MAKE SURE
TO INSTALL NEW DECALS. THESE DECALS INFORM AND REMIND THE OPERATOR WITH
OPERATIONAL INFORMATION AND SAFETY MESSAGES.
PART NO. 98229
PART NO. 9003476
PART NO. 9003474
PART NO. 9003478
PART NO. 9003477
PART NO. 9003475
PART NO. 9003477
PART NO. 95839
PART NO. 95046
PART NO. 97961
PART NO. 95445
Fluorescent Stripe (9003125)
SMV Emblem (TA510514)
PART NO. 94094
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PART NO. 97575
Reflector =Red= (9003126)
Reflector =Amber= (9003127)
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General Safety Instructions
1-4
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Read and understand this operator’s manual before operating.
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All machinery should be operated only by trained and authorized personnel.
•
To prevent machine damage, use only attachments and service parts approved by the
manufacturer.
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Always shut tractor engine off and remove key before servicing.
•
Avoid personal attire such as loose fitting clothing, shoestrings, drawstrings, pants
cuffs, long hair, etc., that may become entangled in moving parts.
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Do not allow anyone to ride on the implement. Make sure everyone is clear before operating machine or towing vehicle.
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Never attempt to operate implement unless you are in driver’s seat.
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Never enter a cart containing grain. Flowing grain traps and suffocates victims in
seconds.
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1315 GRAIN CARTS — Safety
Before Operating or Servicing
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Do not stand between towing vehicle and implement during hitching.
•
Avoid working under an implement; however, if it becomes absolutely unavoidable,
make sure the implement is safely blocked.
•
Always make certain everyone and everything is clear of the machine before beginning
operation.
•
Verify that all safety shields are in place and properly secured.
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Ensure that all applicable safety decals are installed and legible.
•
To prevent personal injury or death, always ensure that there are people who remain
outside the cart to assist the person working inside, and that all safe workplace practices are followed. There is restricted mobility and limited exit paths when working
inside the implement.
•
Secure drawbar pin with safety lock and lock tractor drawbar in fixed position.
•
Explosive separation of a tire and rim can cause serious injury or death. Only properly trained personnel should attempt to service a tire and wheel assembly.
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During Operation
1-6
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Regulate speed to field conditions. Maintain complete control at all times.
•
Never lubricate equipment when in operation.
•
Keep away from overhead power lines. Electrical shock can cause serious injury
or death.
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Use extreme care when operating close to ditches, fences, or on hillsides.
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Do not leave towing vehicle unattended with engine running.
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1315 GRAIN CARTS — Safety
Before Transporting
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Secure transport chain to towing vehicle before transporting. DO NOT transport without chain.
•
Install transport locks before transporting.
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Check for proper function of all available transport lights. Make sure that all reflectors
are clean and in place on machine. Make sure the SMV emblem is visible to approaching traffic.
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This cart may not be equipped with brakes. Ensure that the towing vehicle has
adequate weight and braking capacity to tow this unit.
During Transport
•
Comply with state and local laws governing highway safety when moving machinery.
•
Use transport lights as required by local laws to adequately warn operators of other
vehicles.
•
Use good judgment when transporting equipment on highways. Regulate speed to
road conditions and maintain complete control.
•
Maximum speed of implement should never exceed 20 mph. Do not exceed 10 mph
during off-highway travel.
•
Slow down before making sharp turns to avoid tipping. Drive slowly over rough ground
and side slopes.
•
Do not transport grain cart on roads while loaded.
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It is probable that this implement is taller, wider and longer than the towing vehicle.
Become aware of and avoid all obstacles and hazards in the travel path of the
equipment, such as power lines, ditches, etc.
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Driveline Safety
1-8
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Do not allow children near equipment that is running or engaged.
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Do not exceed 1000 rpm PTO speed.
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Disengage the PTO, stop the tractor engine, and remove key from ignition before
making inspections, or performing maintenance and repairs.
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Inspect the driveline, quick disconnect, overload shear-bolt limiter or clutch, and
shielding often. Repair immediately. Use replacement parts and attaching hardware
equivalent to the original equipment. Only alterations described in this manual for
overall length adjustment are allowed. Any other alteration is prohibited.
•
Avoid excessively long hardware or exposed and protruding parts which can snag and
cause entanglement.
•
Lubricate the driveline as recommended in the MAINTENANCE section.
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Keep hoses, wiring, ropes, etc. from dangling too close to the driveline.
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Install driveline and shields according to recommended lengths and attaching methods
with recommended hardware. The driveline shield should rotate independently a full
rotation and telescope freely. The retaining chain must be secured to the implement
safety shield.
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Adjust drawbar to height recommended in tractor set up section.
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Be careful not to hit the driveline with tractor tires when turning.
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Check the length of the telescoping members to insure the driveline will not bottom out
or separate when turning and/or going over rough terrain.
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Proper extended and collapsed lengths of the telescoping PTO shaft must be verified before first operation with each and every tractor. If the extended length of the
PTO shaft is insufficient, it may become uncoupled during operation and cause serious injury or death from contact with uncontrolled flailing of PTO shaft assembly
components.
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Pressurized Oil
•
Relieve pressure before disconnecting hydraulic lines from tractor, loosening any hydraulic fittings or servicing hydraulic system. See hydraulic power unit manual for
procedure to relieve pressure.
•
Use a piece of cardboard or wood to detect leaks of hydraulic fluid under pressure.
Correct hydraulic leaks immediately.
•
High-pressure fluids can penetrate the skin and cause serious injury or death. Seek
medical treatment immediately if injured by high-pressure fluids.
•
Hydraulic system must be purged of air before operating to prevent serious injury or
death.
•
Do not bend or strike high-pressure lines. Do not install bent or damaged tubes or
hoses.
•
Repair all oil leaks. Leaks can cause fires, personal injury, and environmental damage.
•
Route hoses and lines carefully to prevent premature failure due to kinking and
rubbing against other parts. Make sure that all clamps, guards and shields are installed
correctly.
•
Check hydraulic hoses and tubes carefully. Replace components as necessary if
any of the following conditions are found:
- End fittings damaged, displaced, or leaking.
- Outer covering chafed or cut and wire reinforcing exposed.
- Outer covering ballooning locally.
- Evidence of kinking or crushing of the flexible part of a hose.
- Armoring embedded in the outer cover.
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Preparing for Emergencies
•
Keep a first aid kit and properly rated fire extinguisher nearby.
•
Keep emergency numbers for fire, rescue, and poison control personnel near the
phone.
Wearing Protective Equipment
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Wear clothing and personal protective equipment appropriate for the job.
•
Wear steel-toed shoes when operating.
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Wear hearing protection when exposed to loud noises.
•
Do not wear additional hearing impairing devices such as radio headphones, etc.
•
This product may contain a chemical known to the state of California to cause cancer, or birth
defects, or other reproductive harm.
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1315 GRAIN CARTS — Setup
SECTION II
Setup
Dealer Checklist ......................................................................................................................... 2-2
Basic Set-Up
SMV Emblem ....................................................................................................................... 2-3
Drive Line Storage .............................................................................................................. 2-3
Wheel/Tire Set-Up ................................................................................................................ 2-4
Scale Kit Layout - Models with 5 Point Walking Tandem Duals............................................. 2-5
Scale Kit Installation - Models with 5 Point Walking Tandem Duals ...................................... 2-5
Hitch Assembly .................................................................................................................... 2-5
Spindle Assembly................................................................................................................. 2-5
Scale Kit Layout - Models with Single Tires & Tracks with 5 Point Scale System .............. 2-6
Scale Kit Installation - Models with Single Tires & Tracks with 5 Point Scale System ........ 2-7
Hitch Assembly .................................................................................................................... 2-7
Axle Load Cell Installation .................................................................................................. 2-8
Scale Kit Installation - All Models
J-Block Installation .............................................................................................................. 2-9
Indicator Installation .......................................................................................................... 2-10
Installation.......................................................................................................................... 2-11
Load Cell Connection ........................................................................................................ 2-12
Other Load Cells ............................................................................................................... 2-12
Remote Alarm Installation ................................................................................................. 2-12
Routing Scale Cables - Models with Walking Tandems ......................................................... 2-13
Rotational Sensor Mounting Instructions - 520 Auto-Log Scale Systems .............................. 2-16
UM520 Auto-Unload Installation Instructions Kit #251678 ...................................................... 2-20
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Dealer Checklist
Inspect all listed items that apply and when satisfactory or completed, check the box:
 Install wheels/tires and torque.
 Check tire pressures.
Adjust axles from shipping to operating position.
 Check track alignment.
 Unfold side extensions.
 Attach ladder.
Attach auger chute/deflector.
 Make sure all safety decals and SMV sign are clearly visible.
 Check gearbox oil
 Check auger alignment.
 Install PTO driveline.
 Check all lubrication points.
 Verify electrical connections.
 Check all hydraulic parts for leakage.
 Check transport chain
 Check size of hitch adapter bushing
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Basic Set-Up
Due to shipping requirements and various dealer-installed options, some initial cart set-up
will be required after it arrives from the factory. Use the following procedures as needed for
initial cart set-up.
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

          

SMV Emblem
The SMV emblem is shipped with the reflective side facing towards the front of the cart.
Remove the SMV emblem and reattach it with
the reflective side facing towards the rear of
the cart.
Remove SMV emblem and reattach
with reflective side facing outward.
Drive Line Storage
Storage brackets are located on the inside
right frame rail. Secure the PTO shaft to these
brackets for extended transporting or seasonal
storage.
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Behind the Right
Front Support Shown
Remove and store the complete PTO before
towing grain cart behind a truck. Interference
could occur when turning resulting in damage
to PTO and cart.
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Basic Set-Up (continued)
Wheel/Tire Set-Up
Tire Pressure
Tire pressure must be verified before first use and adjusted as necessary. Refer to maintenance
section of this manual for information on tire pressure.
Wheel Nuts
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         
          
        
   
Installing wheels without the proper inset could result in hub or spindle failure. This will cause
substantial damage to cart.
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1315 GRAIN CARTS — Setup
Scale Kit Layout
- Models with 5 Point Walking Tandem Duals
Scale Spindle =
Used on Walking Tandem Units
with 5 Point Scale Systems Only
NOTE: If spindle has two
mounting holes, use the hole
closest to the hub.
USE EXISTING
HARDWARE
EXISTING
HUB & WHEEL
Scale Kit Installation
- Models with 5 Point Walking Tandem Duals
Hitch Assembly
1. Remove the snap rings (91192), and remove pin 1” dia. x 4 9/16 (250843) and remove hitch casting
(282875B) and hitch pin (282876B).
2. Then remove hex nut (9394-020), lock washer (9404-041), and capscrew 1-8UNC x 6 1/2 (9390-196).
3. The standard hitch bar (284780) can be removed and replace with scale hitch bar (9004910) for
track, walking tandem or scale hitch bar (9004913) for single, making sure to feed the scale wire
through the conduit to the J-Block. The bending direction arrow on the end of the bar points up, the
serial decal is on the top.
4. Reusing the capscrew (9390-196), lock washer (9404-041), and hex nut (9394-020), assemble the
scale hitch bar to the tongue.
5. Reattach the hitch casting (282875B) to the scale hitch bar using pin (282876) and snap rings
(91192).
Spindle Assembly
Refer to “Wheel, Hub and Spindle Disassembly and Assembly” information in the MAINTENANCE section of this manual.
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1315 GRAIN CARTS — Setup
Scale Kit Layout
- Models with Single Tires & Tracks
with 5 Point Scale System
Layout for Models with Tracks with Hydraulic Tensioning
Bending direction
arrow pointing UP
Serial Number decal
facing up
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1315 GRAIN CARTS — Setup
Scale Kit Layout (continued)
- Models with Single Tires & Tracks
with 5 Point Scale System
USE EXISTING
HARDWARE
Bending direction arrow pointing DOWN
Serial Number decal facing DOWN
EXISTING
HUB & WHEEL
Scale Kit Installation
- Models with Single Tires & Tracks
with 5 Point Scale System
Hitch Assembly
1. Remove the snap rings (91192) and remove pin 1” dia. x 4 9/16 (250843) and remove hitch casting
(282875B) and hitch pin (282876B).
2. Then remove locknut (92199) and capscrew (91299-197).
3. The standard hitch bar (284780) can be removed and replaced with scale hitch bar (9004910) for
track, making sure to feed the scale wire through the conduit to the location the J-Block will be installed. The bending direction decal on the end of the bar should point up. Also, the hitch bar should
be installed with the serial number decal facing up.
4. Reusing the capscrew (91299-197) and locknut (92199) assemble the scale hitch bar to the tongue.
5. Reattach the hitch casting (282875B) to the scale hitch bar using pin (282876) and snap rings (91192).
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1315 GRAIN CARTS — Setup
Scale Kit Installation (continued)
- Models with Single Tires & Tracks
with 5 Point Scale System
Axle Load Cell Installation
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          

  
1. With the cart empty, use a 12 ton jack and jack stands to support the weight of your cart. Raise the
cart until the unit is just off the ground.
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Replace only 1 bar at a time. Follow Steps 2-5 before loosening hardware on any of the other
bars.
2. Starting on the left side of the cart in front of the axle, remove capscrews (9390-187), lock washers
(9404-041) and hex nuts (9394-020) connecting the axle mounts (282740G or 282740R).
3. Remove snap rings (91192) and pins (282876) retaining both ends of the non-scale bars (282745).
4. Replace non-scale bars with scale bars (9005811) using snap rings and pins removed in step 3 to
connect scale bar to axle and axle mounts. The axle load cells should be installed with the bending direction arrow pointing down. The serial number decal should also be facing down. Install the
weigh bar with the serial number decal facing down.
5. Reattach capscrews, lock washers and hex nuts removed in step 2 to connect the axle mounts to
the cart frame.
6. Route scale wires along axle and cart frame to location of J-Block installation.
NOTE: Because of movement in the grain carts suspension, failure to route scale wire properly
could damage the load cell.
7. Repeat the above steps (1 through 6) for the left rear of cart. Once complete, lower the cart.
8. Repeat above process for the right side of the cart.
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         
          
        
   
(May 2014)
1315 GRAIN CARTS — Setup
Scale Kit Installation - All Models
J-Block Installation
1. Attach the J-Block to the left vertical face of
the cart using the #8 hardware.
NOTE: Facing the J-Block to the inside of the
cart will protect the scale wire ends.
J-Block
(9004925)
Cable 50’
(9006047)
2. Attach the scale wire connector ends to the JBlock.
NOTE: J-Block has no particular connection
port for a particular scale bar.
Left-Hand Side
of Cart Shown
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1315 GRAIN CARTS — Setup
Scale Kit Installation - All Models (continued)
Indicator Installation
1. Using the bracket provided, locate the indicator inside the tractor cab.
NOTE: For additional mounting flexibility, optional RAM mount kit (9005936) is available.
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(January 2014)
1315 GRAIN CARTS — Setup
Scale Kit Installation - All Models (continued)
Installation
Indicator Mounting
The indicator is easily attached using the bracket and hardware provided.
Power Connection
The power cable should be connected directly to a vehicle battery or regulated power supply. The
scale end of the power cable is attached to the POWER connector located on the bottom panel
of the scale.
Connect the RED wire from the power cable to +12VDC and the BLACK wire to GROUND. The indicator is fused internally at 2 amps.
•
Disconnect the indicator power cord before jump starting or fast charging a battery. Disconnect all indicator leads before welding on equipment. Damage may occur to the indicator and
load cells.
Power Cable Connections:
Wire Color
Wire Functions
RED
Battery (+12 VDC)
BLACK
Ground
ORANGE
Not Used
BLUE
Not Used
SCALE BOTTOM PANEL
CABLE CONNECTIONS:
(January 2014)
2-11
1315 GRAIN CARTS — Setup
Scale Kit Installation - All Models (continued)
Load Cell Connection
The indicator will normally be supplied with a “J-BLOCK” cable going between the scale
and the load cell indicator. Extension Kits are available from your dealer in various lengths.
J-Block Model
To connect the load cells, plug the J-Block
cable to the LOAD CELL connector into the
bottom panel of the scale. Plug the load cell
cables into the J-Block as shown below.
J-Block
#9004925
Cable 50'
#9006047
NOTE: Since the J-Block has parallel connections, cables can be plugged into the J-Block
in any order.
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(May 2014)
1315 GRAIN CARTS — Setup
Routing Scale Cables
- Models with Walking Tandems
1. Route the spindle cables through the walking
tandem frame as shown in Fig. 3-20 and Fig.
3-21.
Shown less tire for illustration purposes only.
FIG. 3-20
Route cables through the top of
the walking tandem as shown.
FIG. 3-21
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2-13
1315 GRAIN CARTS — Setup
Routing Scale Cables (continued)
- Models with Walking Tandems
2. Secure the cables to the top of the walking tandem using the bracket 268675G or 268675R.
FIG. 3-22
3. Route cables down the walking tandem and
secure using bracket 268674G or 268674R.
FIG. 3-23
FIG. 3-24
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(January 2014)
1315 GRAIN CARTS — Setup
Routing Scale Cables (continued)
- Models with Walking Tandems
4. Attach the cables to the tabs on the frame with
cable ties.
FIG. 3-25
FIG. 3-26
5. Route the right-hand spindle cables from the
walking tandem frame along the frame as
shown in Fig. 3-26 and secure using cable ties.
FIG. 3-27
6. Connect the spindle cables to the J-Block and
label the ports as shown in Fig. 3-27. Cables
can be connected to any port.
(January 2014)
2-15
1315 GRAIN CARTS — Setup
Rotational Sensor Mounting Instructions
UM 520 Auto-Log Scale
1
On front-fold carts (4-bolt bearing), remove the
bolts and nuts from the two left-hand bearing
bolts.
REMOVE THE DRIVESHAFT COVER
2. Replace the two bolts with the same diameter,
but longer bolts (9390-495) provided in hardware kit.
3. Reusing the hex nuts and lock washers removed in step 1, attach the brackets (252198B
and 252199B).
NOTE: Install sensor mounting brackets
(252198B and 252199B) with notches towards
bearing to avoid interference with bearing.
NOTE: It may be necessary to shim brackets
(252198B and 252199B) to avoid interference
with bearing. If so, use provided washers to
shim.
NOTCH SIDE OF BRACKETS
TOWARDS BEARING
BOLTS
(9390-495)
REUSE NUTS
& WASHERS
2-16
BRACKETS
(252198B & 252199B)
(January 2014)
1315 GRAIN CARTS — Setup
Rotational Sensor Mounting Instructions (continued)
UM 520 Auto-Log Scale
4. Place foam tape (252349) onto the side of
square tube “target” (251881B). Attach target
to grain cart drive shaft (positioning tape side
against the shaft), using stainless steel hose
clamp (9006183). Position hose clamp tightening screw inside the target tube as shown. Do
not fully tighten the hose clamp at this time.
BRACKETS
(252198B & 252199B)
5. Install flat bracket (252065 using flange screws
(97420) and hex nuts (97189).
6. Attach proximity sensor (9006076) to flat
bracket, allowing sufficient clearance (1/8” to
1/4”) for the rotating shaft target, keeping sensor centered with drive shaft. Tighten jam nuts,
all attaching hardware, and hose clamp.
NOTE: Use two washers provided in the hardware kit or two quarters to set the gap between
the end of the sensor and target.
NOTE: Very little hose clamp should extend
beyond the adjustment screw. If more than
1/2” extends beyond, bend down towards shaft
or cut off.
(January 2014)
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1315 GRAIN CARTS — Setup
Rotational Sensor Mounting Instructions (continued)
UM 520 Auto-Log Scale
NOTE: Steps 7 through 9 apply only to carts
without Auto-Unload option. For Auto-Unload
information refer to UM520 Auto-Unload Installation Instructions in this section.
7. Connect 16’ extension cable (9006131) to sensor cable (9006076) and route securely along
the grain cart tongue into the tractor cab.
NOTE: If installing Auto-Unload option, DO NOT
connect sensor to the Y-cable. Instead, connect the sensor to the Auto-Unload harness.
Refer to the Auto-Unload installation manual
for details.
Y-CABLE (9006132)
8. Install Y-cable (9006132) to 520 scale indicator
(9005981) power terminal.
9. Connect 16’ extension cable (9006131) to Ycable (9006132) connector.
10. Reinstall any guards or shields that were removed during installation.
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         
      
NOTE: Refer to UM520 Operator’s Manual for any indicator set-up or troubleshooting information.
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1315 GRAIN CARTS — Setup
Rotational Sensor Mounting Instructions (continued)
UM 520 Auto-Log Scale
UM 520 SCALE INDICATOR
(9005981)
TO POWER
SOURCE
J-BLOCK
CABLE EXTENSION - 10’
(92453)
AUTO-LOG
Y-CABLE
(9006132)
EZ-MATE DATA
CABLE - 50’
(9006047)
PROXIMITY SENSOR
EXTENSION CABLE - 16’
(9006131)
EZ-MATE
J-BLOCK
(9004925)
PROXIMITY SENSOR WITH
METRI-PACK CONNECTOR
(9006076)
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2-19
1315 GRAIN CARTS — Setup
UM 520 Auto-Unload Installation Instructions
Kit #251678
Fig. 1
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  
    
  
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   
    
    
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    
    
 
   
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
     
    
Fig. 2
1. Verify the cartridge part numbers are installed
in the correct ports of the manifold. Look at the
wrench flats of the Auto-Unload manifold to
find the part numbers. (Fig. 1, 2 & 3)
Fig. 3
S1 - WK10K-01
S2 - WK10X-01
S3 - WS10YR-01
NOTE: If the numbers do not match the ports
as indicated above, contact your dealer.
2. Attach the tractor drawbar to the grain cart hitch. Connect the hydraulic lines for the grain cart flow
door to the tractor.
3. Run the flow door open and closed. Note which line is pressurized to open the flow door and which
is pressurized to close the flow door. Flow door open should be set up with the lever having a detent
position. If the tractor lever is in detent in the door closed position, remove the flow door hoses from
the tractor and reverse them.
4. Remove the hydraulic pressure from all hydraulic circuits.
5. Park the empty cart on a firm, level surface.
Block the tires to keep it from moving. Set the
tractor’s parking brake, shut-off the engine, remove the ignition key.
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1315 GRAIN CARTS — Setup
UM 520 Auto-Unload Installation Instructions (continued)
Kit #251678
6. Install the 9/16”-18 JIC Male x 3/4”-16 Male Oring Boss elbow 9874 into the T and B ports
on the manifold 9005476. Install the 9/16-18
JIC Male x 3/4”-16 O-Ring Male Boss straight
adapter 92927 into the P and A ports. Install
the 9/16”-18 JIC Male/Female elbow 9876 to
the straight adapters. (Fig. 4)
11
18
7
19
18
10
3
10
19
1
16
12
9
13
FINISH:
Fig. 4
N
Fig. 5
7. Mount the Auto-Unload manifold 9005476 to
the mounting plate 252046B using the three
5/16-inch flange screws 91256. (Fig. 5)
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1315 GRAIN CARTS — Setup
UM 520 Auto-Unload Installation Instructions (continued)
Kit #251678
8. In the front, left hand corner of the grain cart,
bolt the 251667B mounting plate to the front
perimeter just below the auger tube. (Fig. 6 &
7) It may be necessary to drill holes to mount
the manifold. Holes need to be 9/16-inches in
diameter with a spacing of 4-inches. (Fig. 6)
Mounting Holes
NOTE: If drilling mounting holes, be sure to
verify location with hoses to assure connection.
Fig. 6
Fig. 7
Front Left-Hand Corner
9. On the grain cart flow door cylinder, disconnect
the hose attached to the elbow on the rod end
and attach to the fitting in manifold port P. Disconnect the hose attached to the elbow on the
butt end of the flow door cylinder and attach to
manifold port T.
10. Attach hose 9005298 provided (53-inch) to the
fitting on the manifold port B and the opposite
end to the elbow in the rod end of the flow door
cylinder. Attach hose 9003113 (33-inch) to the
fitting on manifold port A and the opposite end
to the butt end of the flow door cylinder. Port
A should close the flow door (cylinder extend).
Port B should open the flow door (cylinder retract). (Fig. 8, 9 & 10)
NOTE: Confirm correct hydraulic plumbing by
comparing to the layout UM520 Auto-Door
Plumbing Schematic found in the Maintenance
Section of this manual.
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Fig. 8
Fig. 9
Fig. 10
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1315 GRAIN CARTS — Setup
UM 520 Auto-Unload Installation Instructions (continued)
Kit #251678
11. Secure the new hoses with the hose clamps
and hardware. Tighten all connections. (Fig. 11)
New Clamps
12. Reattach the hoses to the tractor and purge
the lines. Make sure the door open lever direction has detent.
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
   
    
    
Fig. 11
13. Once the lines are purged, use the tractor lever
to open and close the flow door. Verify the lever direction is in the same direction as step 4.
The tractor lever for open needs to have detent
capability.
Fig. 12
14. See Rotational Sensor Mounting Instructions in
this section for mounting details of the AutoLog sensor and install. Do not route the harness or make the harness connections until
instructed to do so later.
NOTE: If Auto-Log sensor is already present,
disconnect from Y-cable and attach to control
cable. Retain unused portion of Y-cable and
continue to use indicator power branch to
power the indicator.
Fig. 13
15. Install the scale indicator inside the cab of the
tractor.
16. Route the data cable 9006138 from the scale
indicator mounted inside the tractor cab to the
tractor/grain cart drawbar location as a convenient connection point when removing the
tractor from the grain cart. This will have multiple cable connections and will be referred to
as the “Drawbar Connection Point.’
Control Link Module
(May 2014)
Fig. 14
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1315 GRAIN CARTS — Setup
UM 520 Auto-Unload Installation Instructions (continued)
Kit #251678
17. On the grain cart, behind the front left standard, install the Control Link module 9005744.
(Fig. 12, 13 & 14) Using the control link module
mounting holes as a template, drill four 1/4inch diameter holes in the left front grain cart
standard. Install the module using the #10 x 1
1/4 UNF Pan Head Phillips screws 9401-072.
The maximum height from the bottom of the
standard should be 29-inches.
9006136
18. Connect harness 9006136 to the Control Link
Module. Plug-in the 30-pin connector for the
module making sure the fastener is secure.
Route the branch with the four square DIN connectors labeled S1, S2, S3 & PSW1 to AutoDoor Manifold 9005476 mounted in steps 7
& 8. Attach the square DIN connectors to the
three solenoids of the Auto-Unload Manifold.
Match up the labeled connector with the corresponding solenoids. The DIN connector labeled PSW1 is for the pressure switch installed
in port PS of the manifold. Make sure to snug
the retaining screw of all DIN connectors. Do
not overtighten. (Fig. 15, 16 & 17)
NOTE: The solenoid on the cartridge can be
rotated or flipped by removing the retaining cap
screwed onto the cartridge of the manifolds,
sliding out the solenoid and flipping, then reinstalling retaining cap. This may improve the
routing of the harness.
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Fig. 15
DIN
Connectors
Fig. 16
Fig. 17
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1315 GRAIN CARTS — Setup
UM 520 Auto-Unload Installation Instructions (continued)
Kit #251678
19. Locate the branch of 9006136 harness with the
round Amp connector and flat 3-pin WeatherPack installed in step 18. The 3-pin WeatherPack connector (containing only two wires and
one wire for tethering plug) will connect to the
power harness for the Control Link Module in
step 22. (Fig. 18)
Fig. 18
NOTE: The connection should be at the drawbar
connection point discussed in step 16.
9006136
20. Refer to Rotational Sensor Mounting Instructions in this section for instructions on mounting the RPM sensor near the drive shaft. Locate
the RPM sensor harness and 3-pin Metri-Pack
connector (containing 3 wires). Route back to
the 9006136 harness and make the connection
to the corresponding 3-pin Metri-Pack connectors. (Fig. 18, 19 & 20)
NOTE: If grain cart previously had the RPM
sensor/Auto-Log use existing RPM sensor,
disconnect RPM electrical connector from the
Y-cable and attach RPM sensor to 9006136.
Gather up unused Y-cable. Y-cable will still
be used for indicator power.
RPM Sensor
3-Pin Metri-Pack
Fig. 19
21. Attach the round Amp connector of the 9006136
harness to the harness 9006138 installed in
step 16 at the drawbar connection point.
22. The harness 9006076 provides switched power to the Control Module through the 3-pin
Weather-Pack connector (containing only 2
wires and one wire for tethering the plug). Read
and follow the tractor manual for the proper installation of the 9006076 power harness to the
tractor power. Once power is provided, connect the 3-pin Weather-Pack of 9006076 at the
drawbar connection point, to 9006136 harness
from the grain cart.
(May 2014)
RPM Sensor
Fig. 20
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1315 GRAIN CARTS — Setup
UM 520 Auto-Unload Installation Instructions (continued)
Kit #251678
23. Connect the power supply cable 95452 for
the indicator and power cable 9006139 for the
Control Link module to the tractor power supply. Route the 3-pin Weather-Pack connector
(containing only two wires and one wire for the
tethering plug) of cable 9006139 to the drawbar
connection point. Connect to harness 9006136
(Step 21). This will provide power for the Control Link module. (Fig. 21, 22 & 23)
Fig. 21
NOTE: Consult the tractor and indicator manuals for the proper power connections and
procedures.
Fig. 22
Fig. 23
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1315 GRAIN CARTS — Setup
UM 520 Auto-Unload Installation Instructions (continued)
Kit #251678
24. All connection points should be made. Retain
the harness and cables with zipties making
sure slack is given in appropriate areas. Example: hitch point. (Fig. 24 & 25)
25. Start the tractor and test the flow door function.
26. Consult the Indicator manual for the remaining set-up and Auto-Unload operating instructions.
Fig. 24
NOTE: Refer to the hydraulic schematic in the
“Maintenance” section of this manual.
Fig. 25
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1315 GRAIN CARTS — Setup
UM 520 Auto-Unload Installation Instructions (continued)
Kit #251678
POWER CABLE - 25’
(9006139)
UM 520 SCALE INDICATOR
(9005981)
POWER CABLE
(92452)
DOOR CONTROL
DATA CABLE - 25’
(9006138)
EZ-MATE
J-BLOCK
(9004925)
EZ-MATE DATA
CABLE - 50’
(9006047)
DOOR
CONTROL
HARNESS
(9006136)
EOH FLOW
DOOR ASSEMBLY
(9005476)
AUTO-DOOR
CONTROL
MODULE
(9005744)
PROXIMITY SENSOR WITH
METRI-PACK CONNECTOR
(9006076)
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1315 GRAIN CARTS — Operation
SECTION III
Operation
Preparing Tractor ........................................................................................................................ 3-2
Attaching Grain Cart to Tractor - Drawbar Connection ............................................................ 3-3
Jack usage ................................................................................................................................ 3-4
Transport Chain Connection ....................................................................................................... 3-5
Hydraulic Connections ................................................................................................................ 3-6
Electrical Connections ................................................................................................................ 3-7
Light Module (Optional).............................................................................................................. 3-7
Pre-Operation Checklist .............................................................................................................. 3-8
Towing ........................................................................................................................................ 3-9
Auger - In-Field Transport Stand ............................................................................................ 3-10
Auger Operation ....................................................................................................................... 3-11
UM410 Scale Calibration & Set-Up ......................................................................................... 3-13
UM520 Scale Calibration & Set-Up ......................................................................................... 3-17
Scale Kit Operation - Models with Tracks with Hydraulic Belt Tensioning ........................... 3-17
Weather Guard Tarp Operation ................................................................................................ 3-18
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3-1
1315 GRAIN CARTS — Operation
Preparing Tractor
Before operating cart, read the tractor operator’s manual and gain an understanding of its
safe methods of operation.
Check the tractor brakes and warning lights. Make sure they are in proper working order.
Check the tractor hydraulic oil reservoir and add oil if needed.
Verify that the tractor is adequately ballasted for drawbar operation at the anticipated draft
load.
If possible, adjust the tractor drawbar vertically so the topside of the drawbar is approximately
17-22 inches from the ground. Ensure that the drawbar is locked in the center position.
NOTE: Adjust the drawbar length to the proper length for PTO use.
On tractors equipped with a 3-point hitch, raise and secure the linkage to prevent interference with the cart tongue and hydraulic hoses, and PTO during turning.
3-2
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1315 GRAIN CARTS — Operation
Attaching Grain Cart to Tractor
Drawbar Connection
This cart is intended to be hitched to a tractor drawbar. Do not attempt to hitch to any
other location on the tractor other than the drawbar.
The cart is equipped standard with a single tang hitch which is adaptable for either a
1 1/2” or 2” diameter hitch pin and must only be used with a clevis-type tractor drawbar.
NOTE: The use of a smaller diameter hitch pin will result in additional clearance between
the hitch and pin. This additional clearance may cause accelerated pin and cart hitch wear,
along with more pronounced jolting from the cart during transport operation.
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         
After inserting drawbar pin, secure drawbar pin with a locking device to help prevent uncoupling during use.
NOTE: The hitch has 2 different height settings that can be obtained. See the Maintenance
section for information on this procedure.
Check the length of the telescoping members to insure the driveline will not bottom out
or separate when turning and/or going over rough terrain. Refer to “Verify Telescoping PTO
Shaft Length” in the MAINTENANCE section for details.
(January 2014)
3-3
1315 GRAIN CARTS — Operation
Jack Usage
Use the jack provided to support an empty
grain cart, never a loaded grain cart, always
have a loaded grain cart hooked to tractor.
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
     

Parked
Position
Transport
Position
3-4
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1315 GRAIN CARTS — Operation
Transport Chain Connection
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          

Tractor must be equipped with a transport
chain support. Always use intermediate support
when connecting cart directly to a tractor. DO
NOT use the intermediate support as the chain
attaching point. Illustration below shows how
the transport chain must be installed between
cart and tractor.
Transport chain should have a minimum rating
equal to the gross weight of cart and all attachments. Use only ASABE approved chains.
Allow no more slack in chain than necessary
to permit turning.
•
Replace transport chain if any link or end fitting is broken, stretched, or damaged. DO NOT
WELD TRANSPORT CHAIN.
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1315 GRAIN CARTS — Operation
Hydraulic Connections
Clean hydraulic hose couplers before connecting
to tractor. For convenience it is recommended
to connect the flow door circuit hoses to tractor
implement coupler #1, connect coupler #2 to
the auger spout in/out, and attach auger fold
circuit to coupler #3.
This unit is equipped with color bands attached
to the hydraulic hoses. This will help in identifying the hose function and correct hook up.
Green
• Raise Auger
• Lower Auger
Red
• Flow Door Open
• Flow Door Close
Yellow
• Spout Out
• Spout In
NOTE: After initial set-up or replacement of any hydraulic component on the cart, air must
be removed from the cart hydraulic system.
Route hoses away from areas that may cause abrasion or kinking of hoses during operation.
Before disconnecting hoses from the tractor, relieve pressure from the lines (see tractor’s
operator’s manual for proper procedure). by placing the circuit in “float” while the tractor
engine is running. Shut off engine and apply parking brake before disconnecting hoses. Install
couplers into storage slots provided.
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1315 GRAIN CARTS — Operation
Electrical Connections
This cart is equipped with a seven-point
SAE connector plug which will connect with
the receptacle found on most new tractors on the market today. If your tractor
does not have this type of receptacle, an
SAE J-S60A seven-point socket can be purchased from your Unverferth dealer (Part
number 92824).
The wiring schematic for this cart, shown in the maintenance section, complies with ASABE
standards. Always verify correct electrical function before using this cart.
This unit is equipped with Side Marker lights for enhanced visibility. These lights will have
different functionality depending upon the tractor lighting selection.
If the tractor field lights switch is on; the Side Marker lights and the amber turn signal
lights are on solid.
If the flashers and/or turn signal is on; the Side Marker lights flash in unison with their
perspective side’s amber turn lamp.
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1315 GRAIN CARTS — Operation
Pre-Operation Checklist
 Read and understand all safety precautions before operating cart.
 Check axle spacing.
 Check all safety decals and SMV sign are clearly visible.
 Check hitch height to prevent severe bends in PTO U-joint angles.
 Check PTO length.
 Torque wheel nuts.
 Check tire pressures.
 Check gear box oil
 Check all lubrication points.
 Check operation and functionality of flow door, flow door indicator, auger fold, and spout pivot.
 Test run the augers.
 Verify electrical connections.
 Check all hydraulic parts for leakage.
3-8
(January 2014)
1315 GRAIN CARTS — Operation
Towing
This cart is not equipped with brakes. Ensure that the towing vehicle has adequate weight
and braking capacity to tow this implement. See towing vehicle’s owner’s manual for towing
and braking capacities. Never tow a loaded grain cart over public roads.
Maximum speed of cart should never exceed 20 mph. Do not exceed 10 mph during offhighway travel. Do not exceed 8 mph when cart is fully loaded.
Secure drawbar pin with a locking device and lock tractor drawbar in centered position.
Connect the PTO driveshaft to the tractor.
Secure the transport chain to the chain attaching point on the tractor before towing.
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   
Use good judgment when transporting equipment on highways. Regulate speed to road conditions and maintain complete control.
It is probable that this cart is taller, wider and longer than the towing tractor. Become aware
of and avoid all obstacles and hazards in the travel path of the equipment, such as power
lines, ditches, etc.
Slow down before making sharp turns to avoid tipping. Drive slowly over rough ground and
side slopes.
NOTE: Always have auger folded back in field transport position when auger is not in use.
(January 2014)
3-9
1315 GRAIN CARTS — Operation
Auger
In-Field Transport Stand
1. Extend auger to the unload position.
2. Move the rest bracket to the outer position and
lock into position. Loosen bolts for lock assembly. Fold auger back to transport position
making sure it engages the upper auger hook.
3. Tighten bolts for lock assembly.
4. Fold auger out to the unload position.
5. Unlock rest bracket and move to the inner position.
Road Travel
Position
6. Move auger to road transport position.
NOTE: Turn the hydraulic flow GPM down on
auger fold outlet to decrease the speed of
the auger.
3-10
Field Travel
Position
(January 2014)
1315 GRAIN CARTS — Operation
Auger Operation
PTO Driven Auger
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   
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         


         
    
1. Before loading cart or operating auger, verify that the flow control door is closed.
2. Choose an area free from obstructions and unfold the auger into the unloading position. Allow
sufficient time for the cylinder to fully engage the two augers.
3. Rotate spout to the most forward position to engage the spout cylinder stroke bracket, then
rotate the spout to the desired operating position.
4. Engage the PTO at low RPM; increase tractor PTO RPM to about 1000 rpm.
5. Open the flow control door to the desired unloading rate.
NOTE: If overload occurs, stop auger immediately. Close flow control door and relieve auger
grain pressure by opening clean out door to remove some grain from auger before resuming unload.
6. To slow or stop the grain flow, close the
flow door rather than reducing the tractor
RPM. Close the flow door fully when unloading is complete.
7. Stop PTO.
8. After PTO has come to a complete stop,
fold the auger to the desired auger rest position. Rotate the spout to point rearward.
(January 2015)
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1315 GRAIN CARTS — Operation
Auger Operation (continued)
Coupling The PTO Drive Shaft (FIGS. E1 - E2)
Clean and grease the tractor PTO input connection.
AS-Lock & Push-Pull Lock
1. Pull locking collar and simultaneously push
PTO drive shaft onto PTO shaft until the
locking device engages.
•
E2
E1
          
     
Chains (FIGS. G1 - G3)
NOTE: The chain is intended to prevent the shield from rotating against non-moving parts
and thereby preventing shield damage. A properly installed chain will increase the service
life of the shield.
1. Chains must be fitted so as to allow sufficient articulation of the shaft in all working
positions. Care must be taken to be sure
that chain does not become entangled
with drawbar hitch or other restrictions
during operation or transport of machine.
G1
G2
2. The PTO drive shaft must not be suspended from the chain.
G3
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(January 2014)
1315 GRAIN CARTS — Operation
UM 410 Scale Calibration & Set-Up
For scale operation procedures, please refer to the UM410 Scale manual. Below are Calibration
and Setup procedures:
To Change the Scale from lbs to kgs
1. Press [ON] to turn on the scale.
2. To enter Short Form Calibration & Setup press
and hold the [ZERO] key, then press the [ON]
key and hold them both together until the
message displayed is “SETUP”, then let up on
the keys.
First message diplayed is “SETUP”.
SETUP
Next, the actual “SETUP” number is displayed
with the far right digit “flashing”.
Walking Tandem:
Tracks and Single Wheels
with 5 Point Scale:
3. Press the [START/STOP] key to select the far
left digit as the “flashing digit”.
4. Press the [FIELD] key to increment the
“flashing” digit. Change the 1 to 5.
(May 2014)
128120
127070
527070
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UM 410 Scale Calibration & Set-Up
5. Press the [ON] key to advance to the CAL
number.
The CAL message is displayed.
CAL
Then the CAL number.
Walking Tandem:
Tracks and Single Wheels
with 5 Point Scale:
40800
When the 1 was changed to a 5 in the “SETUP”
number, the CAL number was automatically
re-calibrated to kgs.
6. Press the [ON] key to exit “SETUP”.
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1315 GRAIN CARTS — Operation
UM 410 Scale Calibration & Set-Up
To Change the Setup & Calibration Numbers
1. Press [ON/OFF] to turn on the scale.
2. To enter Short Form Calibration & Setup press
and hold the [ZERO] key, then press the [ON/
OFF] key and hold them both together until the
message displayed is “SETUP”, then let up on
the keys.
First message diplayed is “SETUP”.
SETUP
Next, the actual “SETUP” number is displayed
with the far right digit “flashing”.
127070
3. Press the [ON] key to advance to the CAL
number.
The CAL message is displayed.
CAL
Then the CAL number.
Walking Tandem:
Tracks and Single Wheels
with 5 Point Scale:
40800
4. Press the [FIELD] key to increment the
“flashing” digit to the left.
5. Press the [START/STOP] key to advance the
“flashing digit” to the left.
6. Repeat steps 4 and 5 as required.
7. Press [ON/OFF] to exit set-up.
(May 2014)
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1315 GRAIN CARTS — Operation
UM 410 Scale Calibration & Set-Up
To Change the Setup & Calibration Numbers
1. Press [ON] to turn on the scale.
2. To enter Setup press and hold the [ZERO]
key, then press the [ON] key and hold them
both together until the message displayed is
“SETUP”, then let up on the keys.
First message diplayed is “SETUP”.
SETUP
Next, the actual “SETUP” number is displayed
with the far right digit “flashing”.
127070
3. Press the [START/STOP] key to select the “7”
(700000#) as the “flashing digit”.
127070
4. Press the [FIELD] key to increment the
“flashing digit”. Change the 7 to 8 (700000#) or
desired higher number.
127080
5. Press [ON] to exit setup.
Downloader Module (Optional)
For Optional Downloader Module operation procedures, please refer to Digi-Star downloader
manual or go to Digi-Star’s web site:
www.digi-star.com
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(January 2014)
1315 GRAIN CARTS — Operation
UM 520 Scale Calibration & Set-Up
For scale operation procedures, please refer to the UM520 Scale manual. Below are Calibration and Setup numbers:
“SETUP” number:
Single Wheels:
Walking Tandem:
Tracks:
128120
“CAL” number:
Single Wheels
(Spindle = 4.5, Weigh Bar = 3.75)
Single Wheels
(Spindle = 5.5, Weigh Bar = 3.75)
40800
Walking Tandem
(Spindle = 3.75, Weigh Bar = 3.75)
Tracks
(Weigh Bar = 2.875)
(May 2014)
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1315 GRAIN CARTS — Operation
Weather Guard Tarp Operation
Always use adequate caution when operating tarp.
If tarp is covered with snow, it is important to remove snow before operating.
End caps must be free from grain that may be piled on them. Grain should not be heaped
higher than end caps.
Tarp should be fully opened when loading and unloading the cart.
Tarp should be fully opened or completely closed during field operation.
NOTE: U-joint may need to be re-indexed on the splined shaft of the roll tube to achieve
an ideal tarp tension and that over time it may need to be reajusted.
Procedure
1. Remove the lynch pin from the tube holder/handle bracket weldment.
2. Using both hands, carefully remove the tarp handle weldment from the tube holder/handle bracket
weldment.
3. Raise the tarp handle weldment high in the air and at the rear of the box.
4. Roll the tarp to the desired location - fully open or fully closed position.
5. Walk the tarp handle weldment out then back towards the middle to tighten the tarp and position it
in the tube holder/handle bracket weldment and re-insert the lynch pin.
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1315 GRAIN CARTS — Maintenance
SECTION IV
Maintenance
Lubrication .................................................................................................................................. 4-2
Walking Tandem Option - Inner Dual Wheel Access ................................................................ 4-4
Walking Tandem Option - Row Spacing Adjustment ................................................................ 4-5
Seasonal Storage ....................................................................................................................... 4-7
Auger Driveline - Bearings ........................................................................................................ 4-8
Auger Driveline - Gear Box ....................................................................................................... 4-8
Auger Driveline - Driveline Replacement Procedure ................................................................. 4-8
Lower Auger Replacement ....................................................................................................... 4-10
Upper Auger Replacement ....................................................................................................... 4-17
PTO Shaft and Clutch.............................................................................................................. 4-24
Scale Trouble Shooting ............................................................................................................ 4-28
Scale “Short Form” Set-Up & Calibration
Unverferth 410 Indicator ................................................................................................... 4-29
Unverferth 520 Indicator ................................................................................................... 4-32
Trouble Shooting ...................................................................................................................... 4-33
Inspection and Maintenance .................................................................................................... 4-33
Electrical System...................................................................................................................... 4-34
Hydraulic System ..................................................................................................................... 4-35
UM520 Auto-Unload Manifold Schematic................................................................................. 4-36
UM520 Auto-Unload Plumbing Schematic ............................................................................... 4-37
Wheel, Hub and Spindle Disassembly and Assembly ............................................................. 4-38
Wheels & Tires
Wheel Nut Torque Requirements ....................................................................................... 4-40
Tire Pressure ..................................................................................................................... 4-41
Tire Warranty ..................................................................................................................... 4-42
Complete Torque Chart - Capscrews - Grade 5 .................................................................... 4-43
Complete Torque Chart - Capscrews - Grade 8 .................................................................... 4-44
Hydraulic Fittings - Torque and Installation ............................................................................ 4-45
(May 2014)
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1315 GRAIN CARTS — Maintenance
Lubrication
To keep your grain cart in top operating condition and to assure its proper performance and
reliability for a long period of time, a periodic inspection and lubrication is a must.
Hanger Bearing
3 Shots Weekly
Auger Pivot Pin
1 Shot Weekly
1 Shot
Grease Weekly
Joint Cross Kit
1 Shot Weekly
Repack Once
Every 2 Years
3 Shots
Grease Weekly
See driveline chart
on the next page.
Replace Every Season
32 fl. oz. (2 Pints) 80W/90 EP Lubricant
4-2
3 Shots
Grease Weekly
(January 2014)
1315 GRAIN CARTS — Maintenance
Lubrication (continued)
(January 2014)
4-3
1315 GRAIN CARTS — Maintenance
Walking Tandem Option
•
TIPPING OR MOVEMENT OF THE MACHINE CAN CAUSE SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH.
BE SURE MACHINE IS SECURELY BLOCKED.
•
FALLING OBJECTS CAN CAUSE SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH. DO NOT WORK UNDER
THE MACHINE AT ANY TIME WHILE BEING HOISTED. BE SURE ALL LIFTING DEVICES
AND SUPPORTS ARE RATED FOR THE LOADS BEING HOISTED. THESE ASSEMBLY
INSTRUCTIONS WILL REQUIRE SAFE LIFTING DEVICES UP TO 10,000 LBS. SPECIFIC
LOAD RATINGS FOR INDIVIDUAL LOADS WILL BE GIVEN AT THE APPROPRIATE TIME
IN THE INSTRUCTIONS.
•
    
     

     
    
REMOVE RETAINING HARDWARE
Inner Dual Wheel Access
Use the following procedure to service the inside
dual tires.
1. Hitch cart to tractor. Park the machine on a firm
level surface, set the tractor parking brake,
block the tires, shut off the engine and remove
the ignition key.
2. Raise one side of cart by lifting under the outer
end of rear support tube. Use a 5 ton jack/jack
stands to support cart.
3. Using a 2.5 ton lifting device, support the rear
portion of the walking tandem assembly.
PIVOT HERE
4. Remove rear retaining hardware, then pivot
walking tandem assembly outward to access
inner wheel.
NOTE: Walking tandem assembly must be suitably
supported with a 2.5 ton lifting device during and
after pivoting.
5. Reverse steps 2 through 4 to reattach walking
tandem assembly before attempting to service
other side of cart.
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(January 2014)
1315 GRAIN CARTS — Maintenance
Walking Tandem Option (continued)
Row Spacing Adjustment
•
TIPPING OR MOVEMENT OF THE MACHINE CAN CAUSE SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH.
BE SURE MACHINE IS SECURELY BLOCKED.
•
FALLING OBJECTS CAN CAUSE SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH. DO NOT WORK UNDER
THE MACHINE AT ANY TIME WHILE BEING HOISTED. BE SURE ALL LIFTING DEVICES
AND SUPPORTS ARE RATED FOR THE LOADS BEING HOISTED. THESE ASSEMBLY
INSTRUCTIONS WILL REQUIRE SAFE LIFTING DEVICES UP TO 10,000 LBS. SPECIFIC
LOAD RATINGS FOR INDIVIDUAL LOADS WILL BE GIVEN AT THE APPROPRIATE TIME
IN THE INSTRUCTIONS.
The factory row spacing is 30 inches. The following procedure is for achieving 36 inch row spacing.
This procedure involves switching the inner and
outer tire positions and moving the entire assembly out approximately 9” to change from a 30” to
36” row spacing:
1. Hitch cart to tractor. Park the machine on a
firm level surface, set the tractor parking brake,
block the tires, shut off the engine and remove
the ignition key.
2. Raise one side of cart by lifting under the outer
end of rear support tube. Use a 5 ton jack/jack
stands to support cart.
3. Using a 2.5 ton lifting device, support the rear
portion of the walking tandem assembly.
NOTE: Walking tandem assembly must be suitably
supported with a 2.5 ton lifting device during and
after pivoting.
INNER HOLES
1
2
3
4
5
Holes 1 & 3 = Outer Position
Holes 2 & 4 = Middle Position
Holes 3 & 5 = Inner Position
LOOSEN
4. Remove the outer dual wheel. Label outer dual
wheel as #1.
5. Remove the retaining hardware at the rear of
the cart, and pivot walking tandem assembly
outward. Remove the inner dual wheel. Label
inner dual wheel as #2. Assemble outer dual
wheel from step 4, labeled as #1, to the inner
hub and torque wheel nuts according to wheel
torque chart in the Maintenance section.
REMOVE
6. Pivot walking tandem assembly back to original position and support entire walking beam
with a 2.5 ton lifting device.
(January 2014)
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1315 GRAIN CARTS — Maintenance
Walking Tandem Option (continued)
Row Spacing Adjustment (continued)
7. Loosen the front axle clamp hardware. Remove the 1” bolt on the underside of the front axle clamp.
This bolt determines the row spacing as well as the extra sets of holes on the rear cross axle.
8. Reposition the walking tandem assembly out approximately 9”, and re-assemble the front clamp to
the cross tube in the outer most setting and rear mounting plate to rear header plate with retaining
hardware in holes 1 & 3 position. Torque 1” mounting hardware to 500 ft.-lbs.
9. Assemble the dual wheel labeled as #2, removed in step 5, to outer dual hub and torque wheel nuts
according to the wheel torque chart in the Maintenance section.
•
IMPROPERLY TORQUED WHEEL NUTS/BOLTS CAN CAUSE A LOSS OF IMPLEMENT
CONTROL AND MACHINE DAMAGE. WHEEL NUTS/BOLTS MUST BE CHECKED REGULARLY. SEE TORQUE PAGE IN THE "MAINTENANCE" SECTION FOR PROPER WHEEL
NUT/BOLT SPECIFICATIONS. WARRANTY DOES NOT COVER FAILURES CAUSE BY
IMPROPERLY TORQUED WHEEL NUTS/BOLTS.
10. Lower cart to the ground and use same procedure on the opposite side of the cart.
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(January 2014)
1315 GRAIN CARTS — Maintenance
Seasonal Storage
Your cart is an important investment. Spend a little time to protect it from destructive rust
and corrosion. You will be repaid in longer service life and better performance.
Do the following before placing the cart in storage:
1. Remove dirt and trash which could cause rusting.
2. Repaint any chipped or scraped areas.
3. Lubricate points, refer to lubrication pages in
the Maintenance Section.
4. Inspect for damage or worn parts, replace before next season.
5. Store cart inside, away from livestock.
6. Replace all worn, torn or faded decals and reflectors.
7. Fully open flow door and auger cleanout door
to remove any remaining grain and to allow
moisture to drain (see photo).
Cleanout
Door
(January 2014)
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1315 GRAIN CARTS — Maintenance
Auger Driveline
Bearings
It is important to periodically check set screws in all bearings at either end of the driveline
for tightness.
Gear Box
Fluid level/Fill plug is in front of the axle on the right
side of the gear box (standing behind the grain
cart looking toward the tractor). The oil fluid level
should be at the bottom thread of plug hole. See
photo.
OIL LEVEL SHOULD BE AT THE BOTTOM
OF THE DRAIN PLUG AND WILL DRAIN
OUT IF PLUG IS COMPLETELY REMOVED.
Maximum gear box life:
Check oil level every 2 weeks.
Replace oil every season with 32 fl. oz. of 80W90 EP
gear lubricant.
FULL LINE
Driveline Replacement
1. Loosen the setscrews on the three flangette bearings (Fig. 4-1).
FIG. 4-1
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1315 GRAIN CARTS — Maintenance
Auger Driveline (continued)
2. Remove the 1/2” carriage bolts and flange nuts
holding the two rearmost flangette bearings
(Fig. 4-2).
FIG. 4-2
3. Slide driveshaft forward until the rear spline is out of the universal joint connected to the gearbox.
4. Drop the gearbox end of drive shaft down and slide drive shaft out of the flangette bearing on the
hitch end of the drive shaft.
5. Remove bearings, bearing mounts and covers off the current driveshaft and reassembly them onto
the new drive shaft. Replace all covers shield and/or guards statement needed.
NOTE: Ends of drive shaft are symmetrical.
6. Slide the hitch end of the drive shaft, bearing
and cover assembly; into the bearing near
hitch of the cart.
7. Raise the gearbox end of the drive shaft up and
insert the 1/2” carriage bolts and flange nuts
into the mounting flanges making sure that the
mounting flanges are both on the same side of
the bearing bracket welded of the cart. Only
loosely tighten the hardware.
FIG. 4-3
8. Slide driveshaft down into the gearbox universal joint attached to the gearbox until the end of the
shaft extends into the universal joint about 2 3/8”. Checking the hitch end for adequate length for
driveline assembly to connect.
9. Tighten all flangette mounting hardware. Apply thread lock on bearing setscrews and tighten.
(May 2014)
4-9
1315 GRAIN CARTS — Maintenance
Lower Auger Replacement
•
MOVING OR ROTATING COMPONENTS CAN CAUSE SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH ENSURE SERVICE COVERS, CHAIN/BELT COVERS
AND CLEAN-OUT DOOR ARE IN PLACE AND SECURELY FASTENED
BEFORE OPERATING UNIT.
•
NEVER ENTER CART WITH AUGER OR TRACTOR RUNNING. SERIOUS OR FATAL INJURY CAN OCCUR DUE TO ENTANGLEMENT WITH ROTATING COMPONENTS. ALWAYS
STOP ENGINE AND REMOVE KEY BEFORE ENTERING CART.
•
TO PREVENT PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH, ALWAYS ENSURE THAT THERE ARE
PEOPLE WHO REMAIN OUTSIDE THE CART TO ASSIST THE PERSON WORKING INSIDE
THE CART, AND THAT ALL SAFE WORKPLACE PRACTICES ARE FOLLOWED. THERE
IS RESTRICTED MOBILITY AND LIMITED EXIT PATHS WHEN WORKING INSIDE THE
CART.
•
FALLING OBJECTS CAN CAUSE SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH. DO NOT WORK UNDER
THE MACHINE AT ANY TIME WHILE BEING HOISTED. BE SURE ALL LIFTING DEVICES
AND SUPPORTS ARE RATED FOR THE LOADS BEING HOISTED. THESE ASSEMBLY
INSTRUCTIONS WILL REQUIRE SAFE LIFTING DEVICES UP TO 10,000 LBS. SPECIFIC
LOAD RATINGS FOR INDIVIDUAL LOADS WILL BE GIVEN AT THE APPROPRIATE TIME
IN THE INSTRUCTIONS.
•
KEEP HANDS CLEAR OF PINCH POINT AREAS.
The lower “Dyna-Torque” auger assembly is made up of two augers; a larger diameter lower
auger weldment with double flighting and a longer upper auger weldment with single flighting. The augers are connected together with a single large capscrew at the base of the
auger assembly. Disassembly and assembly of this auger requires moving the lower auger
and upper auger sections through different hopper locations. The lower auger must pass
through the hopper flow door and the upper auger must pass through the auger joint plate.
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(January 2014)
1315 GRAIN CARTS — Maintenance
Lower Auger Replacement (continued)
Lower Auger Disassembly
•
FALLING OBJECTS CAN CAUSE SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH. DO NOT WORK UNDER
THE MACHINE AT ANY TIME WHILE BEING HOISTED. BE SURE ALL LIFTING DEVICES
AND SUPPORTS ARE RATED FOR THE LOADS BEING HOISTED. THESE ASSEMBLY
INSTRUCTIONS WILL REQUIRE SAFE LIFTING DEVICES UP TO 1,200 LBS. SPECIFIC
LOAD RATINGS FOR INDIVIDUAL LOADS WILL BE GIVEN AT THE APPROPRIATE TIME
IN THE INSTRUCTIONS.
•
EYE PROTECTION AND OTHER APPROPRIATE PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT
MUST BE WORN WHILE SERVICING IMPLEMENT.
•
KEEP HANDS CLEAR OF PINCH POINT AREAS.
1. Hitch cart to tractor, connect hoses for flow
door and upper auger hydrulic cylinders and
fully open flow door. Keep upper auger in the
folded position. Park the empty grain cart on
a firm, level surface. Set the tractor’s parking
brake, shut-off the engine and remove the ignition key. Block the tires/tracks on the machine
to keep it from moving.
2. On the inside of the hopper, open and secure the screen access door above the flow door.
3. Fully open the auger clean-out door for access to the auger base and large connecting
capscrew, see figure 4-4. Wedge a wood shim
between the auger box base plate and flighting edge to prevent the lower auger from dropping when removing the connecting capscrew.
Remove 3/4”-10UNC x 7” capscrew, two flat
washers and lock nut.
FIG. 4-4
CONNECTING CAPSCREW
(November 2014)
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1315 GRAIN CARTS — Maintenance
Lower Auger Replacement (continued)
Lower Auger Disassembly (continued)
4. Remove the hanger bearing grease line and
fitting from the hanger bearing, see figure
4-5. Then, remove three capscrews and three
flange nuts that secure the hanger bearing
bracket to the auger tube.
5. Using a 1200 lbs. minimum capacity lifting device, remove the upper portion of auger and
hanger bearing assembly through the auger
plate opening. The lower auger portion will remain in the auger collector box. Using a 700
lbs. minimum capacity lifting device, remove
the lower auger portion through the flow door
opening.
6. After removing the upper auger from the auger
tube, remove the two capscrews and lock nuts
connecting the auger to the U-joint drive dog.
Remove the U-joint from the auger tube.
NOTE: It is recommended to keep the U-joint assembly and hanger bearing clean and assembled
to avoid any contamination or damage to the hanger bearing seals.
FIG. 4-5
REMOVE GREASE LINE
FITTING AND TUBE
REMOVE CAPSCREWS AND NUTS SECURING THE HANGER BEARING BRACKET
HANGER
BEARING
GREASE
LINE
FIG. 4-6
REMOVE CAPSCREWS AND NUTS
SECURING THE AUGER TO THE
U-JOINT DRIVE DOG
Replacement Auger
1. The replacement auger is factory balanced as
an auger assembly. Remove entire auger assembly from shipping crate and secure from
rolling. BEFORE removing the large connecting capscrew, mark an “X” on each flighting
surface (on the underside of doubler surface)
where the lower flighting portion and the upper flighting portion intersects and aligns. After both flightings have been marked with an
“X”, separate the two weldments. Use the
“X” marks on the augers to visually realign the
weldments and maintain balancing when the
auger is re-assembled.
4-12
FIG. 4-7
MARK AN
“X” ON EACH
FLIGHTING
SURFACE WHERE
THE LOWER AND
UPPER AUGER
INTERSECTS
AND ALIGNS
(THE UNDERSIDE
OF THE DOUBLER SURFACE)
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1315 GRAIN CARTS — Maintenance
Lower Auger Replacement (continued)
Lower Auger Assembly
1. The replacement auger must be separated to
allow assembly into the auger tube housing.
Confirm the “X” marks on both the lower and
upper flightings. Position the lower auger with
the “X” mark up (farthest from the gearbox) and
lift up into the hopper and down through the
auger flow door opening.
2. When installing the coupler into the auger pipe,
use the lower flighting edge as a 12 o’clock
position and place the drive coupler surface to
contact the upper auger pin at a 7 o’clock position. Assemble U-joint assembly to the auger
tube with original 5/8 x 6 capscrews and lock
nuts. Align capscrews opposite of each other
to neutralize balance. Make sure hanger bearing assembly remains on the U-Joint assembly
and is positioned same as original assembly.
Grease U-Joint cross-kit after assembly to auger center tube.
FIG. 4-7A
LOWER AUGER
FLIGHTING EDGE
COUPLER DRIVE
SURFACE
LOOKING DOWN INTO THE LOWER AUGER FLIGHTING
DRIVE PIN
FLIGHTING EDGE
LOOKING UP INTO THE UPPER AUGER FLIGHTING
(January 2014)
4-13
1315 GRAIN CARTS — Maintenance
Lower Auger Replacement (continued)
Lower Auger Assembly (continued)
3. Using a 1200 lbs. minimum capacity lifting device, lift the upper auger portion and hanger bearing
assembly up with the “X” mark positioned down. Slowly lower the upper auger down through the
auger plate opening and intersect with lower auger portion already in the lower auger tube housing.
Move the lower auger portion to help align and engage with upper auger portion.
4. Align the flighting “X” marks on the upper and
lower auger portions, see figure 4-8. Adjust
the lower auger portion to align the connecting holes and install original capscrew, two flat
washers and lock nut removed in the disassembly instructions, see figure 4-10.
5. Align auger assembly end with the three pin
drive bushing and securely engage together,
see figure 4-9. Align the grease tube leg of
the hanger bearing with disconnected grease
line opening. Secure hanger bearing to auger
housing tube wall with original three capscrews
and three flange nuts. If there is a gap between
any of the bearing housing legs and the auger
tube, use washers to fill the space before inserting Capscrews. Do not tighten.
FIG. 4-8
ALIGN THE “X”
MARKS ON THE
LOWER AND
UPPER AUGER
FLIGHTING
ALIGN AUGER ASSEMBLY
AND THREE PIN DRIVE
BUSHING
SECURELY ENGAGE
TOGETHER
FIG. 4-9
CAPSCREW, FLAT WASHERS
AND LOCKNUT
4-14
FIG. 4-10
(November 2014)
1315 GRAIN CARTS — Maintenance
Lower Auger Replacement (continued)
Lower Auger Assembly (continued)
6. Install grease line fitting and tube as shown in
figure 4-11 and tighten hanger bearing bracket
hardware, figure 4-12.
FIG. 4-11
7. Rotate the flighting 360 degrees, to make
sure it is centered on the drive pin assembly
(284296) and the three pins are engaged with
the auger end. Also check for interference or
binding. A portion of the flighting may have to
be removed from the lower end of the auger to
ensure operational clearances, see figure 4-13.
NOTE: Replace any screens or guards that may
have been removed during the assembly process
prior to starting tractor.
INSTALL GREASE LINE FITTING AND TUBE
TIGHTEN CAPSCREWS AND NUTS TO
SECURE THE HANGER BEARING BRACKET
FIG. 4-12
ALIGN DRIVE PIN ASSEMBLY AND
THREE PINS WITH AUGER END.
CHECK FOR ANY INTERFERENCE
FIG. 4-13
(January 2014)
4-15
1315 GRAIN CARTS — Maintenance
Lower Auger Replacement (continued)
Lower Auger Assembly (continued)
8. Start tractor and slowly raise the upper auger
tube into position and check for engagement
between the upper auger drive dog with the
lower auger drive dog as the auger rises.
FIG. 4-14
9. Lower the upper auger assembly, turn off tractor and remove key. Slowly turn lower auger
by hand while applying grease to the hanger
bearing. Grease until the grease purges out
and around the drive dog housing. Apply a
light coat of surface grease to drive dog conical shaft. Wipe off excess purged grease from
hanger bearing top seal area.
10. Do a final inspection of auger and lower collector box to ensure all debris and tools have
been removed. Close the clean-out door completely and lock the position. Connect PTO to
tractor. Fully extend the upper auger assembly
into full vertical locked position. Slowly engage
PTO and rotate to ensure both lower and upper
augers are engaged. Allow auger assembly to
stop completely. Once stopped, lower the upper auger approximately 45 degrees, shut off
tractor engine and remove keys. View the distance between the lower auger flighting trailing
edge and upper auger flighting leading edge.
Note each flighting position, then lower the upper auger assembly to the rest position. Shut
off tractor engine and remove keys.
NOTE: When the lower and upper augers are coupled together correctly the upper auger
flighting leading edge is to be located in the opposite quadrant of the lower auger flighting
trailing edge. If the flighting trailing or leading edges are out of position then the lower
auger drive dog with U-joint assembly must be positioned 180°. Position the drive dog with
U-Joint assembly by removing the two capscrews, turning the Drive dog with U-joint assembly 180° and reassembling the capscrews. Do not remove or index the hanger bearing.
11. Once final adjustments to the flighting timing are complete, raise auger into full vertical locked
position, slowly engage PTO and rotate auger as a final operational check. Lower auger down to
transport position and return cart to storage recommendations.
4-16
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1315 GRAIN CARTS — Maintenance
Upper Auger Replacement
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TO PREVENT PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH, ALWAYS ENSURE THAT THERE ARE
PEOPLE WHO REMAIN OUTSIDE THE CART TO ASSIST THE PERSON WORKING INSIDE
THE CART, AND THAT ALL SAFE WORKPLACE PRACTICES ARE FOLLOWED. THERE
IS RESTRICTED MOBILITY AND LIMITED EXIT PATHS WHEN WORKING INSIDE THE
CART.
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FALLING OBJECTS CAN CAUSE SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH. DO NOT WORK UNDER
THE MACHINE AT ANY TIME WHILE BEING HOISTED. BE SURE ALL LIFTING DEVICES
AND SUPPORTS ARE RATED FOR THE LOADS BEING HOISTED. THESE ASSEMBLY
INSTRUCTIONS WILL REQUIRE SAFE LIFTING DEVICES UP TO 2,000 LBS. SPECIFIC
LOAD RATINGS FOR INDIVIDUAL LOADS WILL BE GIVEN AT THE APPROPRIATE TIME
IN THE INSTRUCTIONS.
FIG. 4-15
Upper Auger Disassembly
1. Position upper auger assembly in “Field Rest”
position with discharge chute rotated forward
and down towards the ground.
2. Support the upper auger assembly using a 1
ton hoist and two 2000 lbs lift lines and maintain an angle between 30 and 60 degrees.
Hook each lift line into an auger tube lift eyelet.
3. Remove auger tube lift cylinder pin from the
base end. Carefully swing the cylinder down
against the lower auger tube without breaking
hose connection, see figure 4-15.
HYDRAULIC
CYLINDER
BASE END
DISCONNECT ONE AUGER LIGHT AND
TWO SWITCH WIRES
4. Disconnect one auger light and two switch
wires. Pull harness out of conduit at auger
pivot end.
FIG. 4-16
(May 2014)
4-17
1315 GRAIN CARTS — Maintenance
Upper Auger Replacement (continued)
Upper Auger Disassembly (continued)
REMOVE HOSES FROM PLASTIC TIES
AND SUPPORT BLOCKS
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  
5. Disassemble hydraulic hoses from auger tube
plastic ties and support blocks, see figure 4-17.
Remove hydraulic cylinder from discharge
chute linkage, see figure 4-18. Lower the cylinder and hoses down to the ground. Do not
break hose connections.
FIG. 4-17
REMOVE HYDRAULIC CYLINDER FROM
DISCHARGE CHUTE LINKAGE
FIG. 4-18
6. Support the cylinder and linkage using a wood
block wedged between linkage and linkage
stop before removing the center linkage pin.
Remove center linkage pin and allow links to
rest against lower auger tube.
REMOVE CENTER LINKAGE PIN
WEDGE WOOD BLOCK
4-18
FIG. 4-19
(May 2014)
1315 GRAIN CARTS — Maintenance
Upper Auger Replacement (continued)
Upper Auger Disassembly (continued)
7. Loosen all capscrews, five on each auger pivot
weldment, but do not remove these capscrews.
7/8 x 2 CAPSCREWS,
FIVE ON EACH PIVOT BRACKET
8. With upper auger assembly still supported, remove main pivot pin. Lift upper auger tube assembly away from the pivot linkage and lower
it down to a working surface.
9. Remove auger from tube by removing the discharge chute assembly from auger tube. Use
a 500 lb. minimum capacity lifting device with
straps to remove the discharge chute assembly from the auger tube. Then loosen two bearing set screws and remove machine screw retainer from upper auger shaft. Auger can now
be removed. Pull auger partially out of tube,
attach the lift lines and remove with a 500 lb.
minimum capacity lifting device.
FIG. 4-20
10. Inspect upper bearing, four springs, capscrews
and lock nuts. Replace if necessary.
MAIN PIVOT PIN
Upper Auger Assembly
1. Remove all bolt-on items from old auger tube
(IE: Left-hand and right-hand pivot weldments,
lift linkage, auger light, and switch). If discharge chute and auger were not previously
removed, do so now by following the Upper
Auger Disassembly instructions.
FIG. 4-20A
2. Before replacing auger tube assembly, inspect
removed parts and replace as necessary. Reassemble all auger tube assembly parts that
were removed opposite of disassembly.
3. First assemble auger center lift link to auger
tube and secure with pivot pin. Then assemble
pivot brackets to auger tube using previously
removed capscrews and flat washers. Loosely
tighten capscrews until flat washers contact
pivot weldments. Do not tighten capscrews at
this time. Pivot weldments must free to move
for final upper to lower auger alignment.
CENTER LIFT LINK PIN
CENTER LIFT LINK
FIG. 4-21
(May 2014)
4-19
1315 GRAIN CARTS — Maintenance
Upper Auger Replacement (continued)
Upper Auger Assembly (continued)
4. Confirm that all removed items have been reinstalled. Support the upper auger assembly using a 1
ton hoist and two 2000 lbs lift lines. Hook each lift line into an auger tube lift eyelet. Lift upper auger
assembly into position on the auger rest on the field auger rest and pivot tube. Align pivot bushings
and insert main pivot pin through outer pivot weldment, lower auger tube pivot bushing and inner
pivot weldment.
FIG. 4-22
5. Raise cylinder lift link to align with upper auger
tube lift linkage and assemble pivot pin through
both links.
PIVOT PIN
Through BOTH
LINKS
HYDRAULIC
CYLINDER
BASE END
CYLINDER LIFT LINK
RECONNECT AUGER LIGHT
AND TWO SWITCH WIRES
6. Raise hydraulic lift cylinder base end and pin
to auger tube lift bracket, see figure 4-22.
Thread wire harness through conduit and connect wires to auger light and two switches, see
figure 4-23. Assemble cylinder to discharge
chute and secure all hoses to support blocks
and conduit, see figure 4-24.
FIG. 4-23
FIG. 4-24
4-20
(January 2014)
1315 GRAIN CARTS — Maintenance
Upper Auger Replacement (continued)
Upper Auger Assembly (continued)
7. Using flange holes, add three 3/4 x 2 1/2 capscrews and two 3/4 hex nuts which are required
to tighten the flanges together.
FLANGE LUG
HOLES
FIG. 4-25
Flange Hole
Flange Hole
Hardware
Tapped Hole
(January 2014)
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1315 GRAIN CARTS — Maintenance
Upper Auger Replacement (continued)
Upper Auger Assembly (continued)
8. Start tractor and raise upper auger assembly to the unload position. There may be a gap between
the fold joint plates requiring an alignment bar through the flange holes. This will allow the plates to
butt flush together.
9.
Insert two 3/4” capscrews with nuts through flange holes and one 3/4” capscrew into the tapped
hole on the upper auger plate.
10. Tighten the capscrew near the largest gap first. Uniformly tighten the remaining capscrews.
11. Tighten bolts attaching the upper auger hinge
bushing weldments to the upper auger tube.
Torque all hardware to values listed in the
Maintainence section of this manual, see figure
4-26.
12. Move field rest in to allow upper auger to fold
to transport position.
FIG. 4-26
FLANGE BOLT
LOCATION
FIG. 4-27
13. Remove three flange screws and fold the auger into transport position. The upper auger
may rub on the lower tubes outside diameter
during the tightening process. If this happens,
use a sander and sand those parts down. A
thin layer of paint may need to be reapplied to
spots where rubbing occurred.
POSSIBLE RUB
AREA
4-22
FLANGE BOLT
LOCATION
(January 2014)
1315 GRAIN CARTS — Maintenance
Upper Auger Replacement (continued)
Upper Auger Assembly (continued)
14. Adjust auger linkage stop (see figure 4-28) and
lower auger rest bracket (see figure 4-29) to ensure auger is securely supported when folded
into transport position. Adjust rest bracket and
stop bolt up or down to avoid bottoming out
the switch plunger when auger is in transport
position, see figure 4-30.
AUGER LINKAGE STOP
FIG. 4-28
Transport rest bracket should be positioned so
auger fold cylinder keeps tension into the rest
bracket.
15. Raise upper auger tube assembly to full operation position. Turn off tractor and remove key.
Open lower auger clean-out door and rotate
auger 360 degrees to ensure the upper and
lower augers are engaged and the upper auger
rotates. Close clean-out door.
LINKAGE STOP ADJUSTMENT
LOWER AUGER REST BRACKET
Connect PTO to tractor and slowly engage auger. Check auger spout rotation to ensure cart
is field ready, and disengage PTO.
Check engagment into field rest bracket by
moving the field rest bracket out. Fold upper
auger back toward the field rest bracket checking the alignment. If the alignment is not correct, fold auger back to the unload position.
Adjust the field rest bracket position. Recheck
by folding the upper auger back into the field
rest position.
REST BRACKET ADJUSTMENT
FIG. 4-29
FIG. 4-30
SWITCH LEVER
(January 2014)
4-23
1315 GRAIN CARTS — Maintenance
PTO Shaft and Clutch
Lubrication (Figs. D1 - D6)
Lubricate with quality grease before starting work and every 8 operating hours. Clean and
grease PTO drive shaft before each prolonged period of non-use. Molded nipples on the
shield near each shield bearing are intended as grease fittings and should be lubricated every
8 hours of operation! Telescoping members must have lubrication to operate successfully
regardless of whether a grease fitting is provided for that purpose! Telescoping members
without fittings should be pulled apart and grease should be added manually. Check and
grease the guard tubes in winter to prevent seizing.
D
D1
D5
4-24
D2
D3
D4
D6
(January 2014)
1315 GRAIN CARTS — Maintenance
PTO Shaft and Clutch (continued)
Coupling the PTO drive shaft (Figs. E1 - E2)
Clean and grease the PTO and implement input connection (IIC)
AS-Lock
1. Pull locking collar and simultaneously push
PTO drive shaft onto PTO shaft until the locking device engages.
Push-Pull Lock
2. Pull locking collar and simultaneously push
PTO drive shaft onto PTO shaft until the locking device engages.
•
E1
E2
CHECK TO INSURE ALL THE LOCKS ARE SECURELY ENGAGED BEFORE STARTING
WORK WITH THE PTO DRIVESHAFT.
Length Adjustment (Figs. F1 - F4)
NOTE: Maximum operating length LB.
1. To adjust length, hold the half-shafts next to
each other in the shortest working position and
mark them.
F1
F2
F3
F4
2. Shorten inner and outer guard tubes equally.
3. Shorten inner and outer sliding profiles by the
same length as the guard tubes.
4. Round off all sharp edges and remove burrs.
Grease sliding profiles.
•
(January 2014)
CHECK THE LENGTH OF THE TELESCOPING MEMBERS TO INSURE THE DRIVELINE
WILL NOT BOTTOM OUT OR SEPARATE WHEN TURNING AND/OR GOING OVER ROUGH
TERRAIN.
4-25
1315 GRAIN CARTS — Maintenance
PTO Shaft and Clutch (continued)
Chains (Figs. G1 - G3)
NOTE: The chain is intended to prevent the shield
from rotating against non-moving parts and thereby preventing shield damage. A properly installed
chain will increase the service life of the shield.
G1
G2
1. Chains must be fitted so as to allow sufficient
articulation of the shaft in all working positions.
Care must be taken to be sure that chain does
not become entangled with drawbar hitch or
other restrictions during operation or transport
of machine.
2. The PTO drive shaft must not be suspended
from the chain.
G3
To Dismantle Guard (Figs. J1 - J4)
1. Remove locking screw.
J1
J2
J3
J4
2. Align bearing tabs with cone pockets.
3. Remove half-guard.
4. Remove bearing ring.
4-26
(January 2014)
1315 GRAIN CARTS — Maintenance
PTO Shaft and Clutch (continued)
To Assemble Guard (Figs. K1 - K5)
K1
K2
K3
K4
1. Grease yoke groove and inner profile tube.
2. Fit bearing ring in groove with recesses facing
profile tube.
3. Slip on half-guard.
4. Turn cone until it engages correctly.
5. Install locking screw.
K5
To Assemble Cone
1. Dismantle guard (Figs. J1 - J3). Remove
old cone (e.g. cut open with knife). Take off
chain. Place neck of new cone in hot water
(approx80o C / 180o F) and pull onto bearing housing
(Fig. L1).
2. Turn guard cone into assembly position (Fig.
L2). Further assembly instructions for guard
(Figs. K1 - K5).
L1
L2
L3
3. Reconnect chain if required (Fig. L3).
(January 2014)
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1315 GRAIN CARTS — Maintenance
Scale Troubleshooting
No
Does the indicator come on?
Yes
Is the reading on the indicator stable?
BAD INDICATOR: If you suspect a bad indicator, the
easiest way to check is to try another indicator.
Even if the indicator is a different model or is set-up
for a different scale, it at least should come on.
No
If your display is unstable, or flashes “Range” disconnect the
J-Block cord from the indicator. Is the display still unstable.
Stand on, or hang your weight
over, each load cell. Does the
indicator respond to your weight
when you stand, or hang, on the
scale?
Yes
Check all J-Block and
load cell cables for cuts
or pinched/flat spots.
Does the scale weigh
you CORRECTLY with
your weight over any of
load cells?
No
Yes
Your indicator is probably defective.
Try another indicator to verify.
NOTE: Be aware of electrical interference that might affect your scale
such as: mobile phones, CB radios,
radio towers, electrical motors, etc.
Also make sure load cell cables are
not attached to hydraulic lines or reservoir because of static electricity.
Yes
NOTE: Are the readings
all positive? If not, the
load cell is upside down.
Remove the cover from the J-Block.
No
No
No
Does the scale weigh you
approximately the same over
all three load cells?
Look for loose connections. If you watch your
indicator display while
moving the wires around
inside the J-Block, and by
pressing on the J-Block
printed circuit board, you
will see if there is a loose
connection of bad solder
joint.
Yes
Your indicator is probably not set-up and
calibrated correctly. Check the decal on
the bottom of the indicator. The decal
shows what type of load cells the indicator
was calibrated to. By pressing the [ON]
key while the indicator is already on, you
will get the indicator’s “SET-UP” and “CAL”
numbers. Write these down and see if they
compare to the set-up and calibration numbers on the indicator. Contact your dealer
for further information.
NOTE: If the scale responded to your
weight, that’s verification that the J-Block
is OK. If the scale did not respond to
your weight, either that load cell is bad
or the J-Block is bad. Try another load
cell. If the scale still shows no response
to your weight, the J-Block is probaly bad.
Disconnect the
first load cell and
reconnect a second
one. Write down
the indicator reading
for that load cell.
Stand or hang your
weight over the
connected load cell.
Write down how
much the weight
increased with your
weight over the load
cell.
4-28
POOR CONNECTION: Poor connections can be tricky. If
in doubt, don’t just tighten the connection, take them
apart and clean them first. Any connection with rust
or paint should be sanded or wired brushed.
Disconnect the second load cell and
reconnect the third
load cell. Write
down the indication reading for
that load cell also.
Stand or hang you
weight over the
connected load cell.
Write down how
much the weight
increased with your
weight over the
load cell.
ZERO balance the
indicator. (First
press the [FIELD]
net/gross key
then the [ZERO]
key.) The indicator
should display “0”.
BAD BATTERY: If you suspect the battery, try replacing it with another one. Don’t be fooled if using a
voltmeter to test you battery. A weak battery may
test good if checked when there is no load on the
battery.
BAD POWER CORD: Make sure the power cord’s red wire
is connected to the plus (+) positive side of the battery, and the black (-) negative wire is connected to
the negative side of the battery. If using a multi-meter to check for voltage measure between pin 1 (POS)
and pin 2 (NEG). The meter should read between 10.5
and 14.6 volts DC. If using a tractor power cord, the
black wire on the tractor power cord is positive and
the white wire is negative. Voltage from scale indicator should read between 7.8 and 8 volts.
Is there moisture inside the
J-Block?
Yes
Dry out your J-Block. (A hair dryer works great.)
Have you found a bad
connection or a loose
wire?
Yes
Fix or replace
the J-Block.
No
Disconnect all the load cell wires from the terminal blocks
inside the J-Block. (You can leave the indicator on while
connecting or disconnecting the load cell wires, you will
not damage the load cells or indicator if wires are shorted
durning this step.)
NOTE: You are going to hook-up the load
cells to the J-Block one at a time (meaning only one load cell connected at a
time). The purpose of this is to get a
reading for each load cell. Also while
performing this test, you should watch for
any other symptoms such as erratic/unstable display, indicator flashing “RANGE”,
or a negative reading, etc. If the indicator
reading should ever appear abnormal with
any load cell connected, that load cell is
probably bad.
Stand or hang your weight over the
connected load cell. Write down
how much the weight increased
with your weight over the load cell.
(Don’t be alarmed by the reading, a
scale with only one load cell connected will weigh heavy.)
Do not expect the load cells to give you the
same reading. It is common for each load cell
to have a reading that is hundreds, maybe even
thousands, different than the others. Especially
when one load cell is carrying more weight than
the others. (Example: the two axial load cells will
be carrying more weight than the hitch bar.)
Connect one load cell back into on
of the terminals in the J-Block.
NOTE: The reading you get for
each load cell is dependent on the
size and type of load cell and how
much weight is over each cell. In
general, the number should be a
positive and be stable.
Write down the indicator reading
with the load cell connected.
A bad load cell will have a
reading that is either unstable, or makes the indication
flash “±RANGE”, or is more
than three times greater,
or less than the average
of the others. Additionally
the readings of your weight
over each load cell should
be similar. (Probably 2-3
times your actual weight, but
similar to each other.) Any
difference could be an indication of a bad load cell or
structural problem.
(January 2014)
1315 GRAIN CARTS — Maintenance
Scale “Short Form” Set-Up & Calibration
Unverferth 410 Indicator
•
This indicator was calibrated at the factory to weigh accurately with your system.
calibration is not necessary under normal conditions.
Additional
The Setup number is a factory preset number based on the combination of load cells on
the grain cart, weight increment (5, 10, 20, 50 lbs. Etc.), and overall weight capacity of the
scale system. We recommend to NOT change this number.
The calibration or “CAL” number is also factory preset and should provide accurate weight
readings within 1% for this grain cart. However, if you wish to have the cart weights match
more consistently with the weights from the platform or elevator scale used, the “CAL” number
can be changed. The following procedures should be followed to determine the new “CAL”
number. Specific procedures for changing the “CAL” number can be found in the indicator
operator’s manual.
FACTORY SET-UP # 148081
SINGLE TIRES
WALKING TANDEM
FACTORY SET-UP #
128120
TRACKS AND SINGLE TIRES
WITH 5 POINT SCALE
FACTORY CAL #
48727
SINGLE TIRES
WITH 3 POINT SCALE
FACTORY CAL #
40800
WALKING TANDEM & TRACKS
NOTE:
Model 1315 = Use ONLY the 5 Point Scale System with Single Axles.
The CAL and SETUP numbers for Single Axle with 5 Point Scale System are equivalent to
the Track Setup CAL numbers.
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Scale “Short Form” Set-Up & Calibration (continued)
Unverferth 410 Indicator
The Short Form Setup & Calibration procedure allows you to change the “SETUP” and “CAL”
numbers of the indicator. You may want to perform this procedure if;
1) The indicator is being connected to different load cells.
or
2) You want to adjust the calibration to match another scale system.
PLEASE NOTE: Do not attempt to calibrate the scale if the indicator is not reading stable
weights. The calibration procedure will not fix instability, inconsistencies, or flashing “RANGE”
messages.
Before continuing, first write down the current "SETUP" and "CAL" numbers of your
UM indicator. These numbers are displayed during the "Self Test". To run the Self Test:
With the indicator already ON, press the [FIELD] key until the LB symbol starts to
blink. Release, then press [ON/OFF] key to start the Self Test. Press the [ON/OFF]
key to "pause' the Self Test while numbers are displayed. Press [ON/OFF] key again
to allow Self Test to complete normally.
Verify the SETUP & CAL numbers with the
numbers on your UNVERFERTH indicator.
Example table below and record the
SETUP#______________ CAL#___________
Keep this information for future reference.
See next page for more SETUP#'s & CAL#'s.
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Scale “Short Form” Set-Up & Calibration (continued)
Unverferth 410 Indicator
1. Adjust Indicator to Match Another Scale:
Sometimes two different scales are used to weigh the same load. When this is done, the
weight measured by each scale may not be the same. This can be caused by one or both
of the two scales being slightly out of calibration. This indicator has the ability to match
any other scale, even if that scale is uncalibrated.
To match your UNVERFERTH Scale (Scale A) to another scale (Scale B) you must determine
the Calibration Multiplier. To do this, place a load on Scale A (feed wagon, etc...) and write
down the weight displayed. Repeat several times to determine the average weight. Next,
place the same load on Scale B and again write down the weight displayed. Again, repeat
several times to determine the average weight. Then, use this formula to determine the
Calibration Multiplier for the UNVERFERTH “CAL” number:
It is important to use an average of several weights before calibrating the scale. As an
example, if the elevator scale consistently weighs 1% higher then the grain cart scale, you
may want to increase the grain cart scale calibration number by 1%.
Scale Matching Example:
Original
SETUP# 148081
CAL# 48727
1 Trial
2 Trail
30,000
30,580
29,440
29,800
1.020
1.026
1.020 + 1.026 + 1.018 = 3.064
3.064 ÷ 3 Trials = 1.021 CAL Multiplier
Scale B
Scale A
B ÷ A
3 Trial
28,000
27,500
1.018
Orig. UM CAL# X CAL Multiplier = NEW UM CAL#
48727
X
1.021
=
49750
You should not modify your “SETUP” number. Only your “CAL” number.
Scale Matching Example:
Original
SETUP#
CAL#
1 Trial
2 Trail
3 Trial
Scale B
Scale A
B ÷ A
+
"X" =
+
"X" ÷ 3 Trials =
CAL Multiplier
Orig. UM CAL# X CAL Multiplier = NEW UM CAL#
X
=
“To change the Setup / Calibration Numbers” on the UNVERFERTH 410 Indicator, follow the
instructions found in the Indicator Operator’s Manual.
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Scale “Short Form” Set-Up & Calibration (continued)
Unverferth 520 Indicator
“To change the Setup / Calibration Numbers” on the UNVERFERTH 520 Indicator, follow the
instructions found in the Indicator Operator’s Manual.
FACTORY SET-UP #
128120
SINGLE, TRACK or WALKING DUAL TIRES
FACTORY CAL #
40800
SINGLE, TRACK or WALKING DUAL TIRES
NOTE: Refer to UM-410 or UM-520 Operator’s manual for any indicator set-up or troubleshooting information.
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Trouble Shooting
PROBABLE CAUSE
Tarp sags in middle areas
Holes or tears in tarp
CORRECTION
1.
Bows may be bent or adjusted too low.
2.
Missing or loose ridge strap.
or retighten.
3.
U-joint may need to be adjusted
on splinded shaft to provide more
tension.
1.
Consult your local dealer for repairs.
2.
Order tarp repart kit from dealer.
3.
When new tarp or parts are needed
always replace with original parts.
Replace
Inspection and Maintenance
•
Periodic preventive maintenance should be practiced. Inspect tarp and hardware often for
abrasions or loosened bolts that may need adjustment and/or repair. Check stretch cord for
wear and adjust tension whenever needed.
•
If installed correctly, tarp should always operate as well as when first installed. If tarp does not
pass this simple inspection, make all appropriate repairs or adjustments immediately before
serious damage occurs.
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Electrical System
GRAIN CART WIRES
White -- Ground
Green -- Right amber flashing lamp
Yellow -- Left amber flashing lamp
Brown -- Tail Lights
Blue -- Auger Lights
Black -- Side Lights
SAE SEVEN-POINT
CONNECTOR PLUG
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Hydraulic System
ACC
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HYDRAULIC ACCUMULATOR
CA
TO AUGER LIFT CYLINDER - CLEVIS END
CB
TO AUGER LIFT CYLINDER - ROD END
PP
TO AUGER LIFT CYLINDER - MIDDLE PORT
VA
PRESSURE TO EXTEND AUGER LIFT CYLINDER
VB
PRESSURE TO RETRACT AUGER LIFT CYLINDER
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UM 520 Auto Unload Manifold Schematic
P
Hydraulic pressure from tractor
T
Hydraulic return to tractor tank
A
Flow door cylinder end that closes
flow door when pressurized
B
Flow door cylinder end that opens
flow door when pressurized
PS
Pressure switch
R1
Relief
S1
Solenoid 1
S2
Solenoid 2
S3
Solenoid 3
Auto Unload Manifold Schematic
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92927 ADAPTER
#8 O-RING BOSS MALE
TO #6 JIC MALE
9876 ELBOW
#6 JIC MALE TO
#6 JIC FEMALE
FLOW DOOR OPEN
EXISTING HOSE
EXISTING HOSE
FLOW DOOR CLOSE
9874 ELBOW
#8 O-RING BOSS MALE
TO #6 JIC MALE
B
A
9876 ELBOW
#6 JIC MALE TO
#6 JIC FEMALE
92927 ADAPTER
#8 O-RING BOSS MALE
TO #6 JIC MALE
T
P
9005476
FLOW DOOR
MANIFOLD
9874 ELBOW
#8 O-RING BOSS MALE
TO #6 JIC MALE
TO ELBOW ON BUTT END
OF FLOW DOOR CYLINDER
TO CLOSE FLOW DOOR
9003113
HYDRAULIC HOSE
9005298
HYDRAULIC HOSE
TO ELBOW ON ROD END
OF FLOW DOOR CYLINDER
TO OPEN FLOW DOOR
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UM 520 Auto-Unload Plumbing Schematic
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Wheel, Hub and Spindle Disassembly and Assembly
•
TIPPING OR MOVEMENT OF THE MACHINE CAN CAUSE SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH.
BE SURE MACHINE IS SECURELY BLOCKED.
•
FALLING OBJECTS CAN CAUSE SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH. DO NOT WORK UNDER
THE MACHINE AT ANY TIME WHILE BEING HOISTED. BE SURE ALL LIFTING DEVICES
AND SUPPORTS ARE RATED FOR THE LOADS BEING HOISTED. THESE ASSEMBLY
INSTRUCTIONS WILL REQUIRE SAFE LIFTING DEVICES UP TO 20,000 LBS. SPECIFIC
LOAD RATINGS FOR INDIVIDUAL LOADS WILL BE GIVEN AT THE APPROPRIATE TIME
IN THE INSTRUCTIONS.
•
•

IMPROPERLY TORQUED WHEEL NUTS/BOLTS CAN CAUSE A LOSS OF IMPLEMENT
CONTROL AND MACHINE DAMAGE. TORQUE WHEEL NUTS/BOLTS TO VALUES IN
TABLE. CHECK TORQUE BEFORE USE, AFTER ONE HOUR OF UNLOADED USE OR
AFTER FIRST LOAD, AND EACH LOAD UNTIL WHEEL NUTS/BOLTS MAINTAIN TORQUE
VALUE. CHECK TORQUE EVERY 10 HOURS OF USE THERE-AFTER. AFTER EACH
WHEEL REMOVAL START TORQUE PROCESS FROM BEGINNING. WARRANTY DOES
NOT COVER FAILURES CAUSED BY IMPROPERLY TORQUED WHEEL NUTS/BOLTS.
Remove only one wheel and tire from a side at any given time in the following procedure.
1. Hitch cart to tractor. Park the empty cart on
a firm, level surface. Set the tractor’s parking
brake, shut off engine and remove key.
2. With cart empty, use a 10 ton jack and jack stands rated at 10 ton to support the weight of your grain
cart. Place the jack under the axle closest to the tire. For walking tandem unit, place jack stand
under the outer end of the rear support tube.
3. Use a 1 1/2 ton lifting device to support the wheel and tire during removal.
NOTE: For straddle duals, first remove the outer wheel and tire.
•
INNER WHEEL AND TIRE MAY FALL FROM HUB CAUSING SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH.
ALWAYS SUPPORT INNER WHEEL WHEN REMOVING OUTER WHEEL.
4. Refer to “Inner Dual Wheel Access” in MAINTENANCE section for steps to get access to the inside
of the Wheel, Hub and Spindle. If only changing wheel and tire, skip to Step 8; otherwise continue
with Step 4.
Remove the hardware retaining the hubcap. Next, remove the hubcap, gasket, cotter pin, castle nut
and spindle washer. Remove hub with bearings from old spindle using a 200 lb lifting device.
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Wheel, Hub and Spindle Disassembly and Assembly
5. Inspect the spindle and replace if necessary. If spindle does not need to be replaced, skip to Step
6; otherwise continue with Step 5.
Remove the bolt and lock nut that retains the spindle to the axle. Using a lifting device rated for 150
lbs, replace the old spindle with a new spindle. Coat axle contact length of spindle shaft (scale or
non-scale) with anti-seize lubricant prior to installation. If installing scale spindle, install with ‘top’
decal facing upwards. Reuse bolt and lock nut to retain spindle to axle. For walking tandem units,
use the hole closest to the hub to retain the spindle. Tighten as outlined in Maintenance Section.
6. Remove seal and inspect bearings, spindle washer, castle nut and cotter pin. Replace if necessary. Pack both bearings with approved grease and reinstall inner bearing. Install new seal in hub
with garter spring facing the hub by tapping on flat plate that completely covers seal while driving
it square to hub. Install until flush with back face of hub. Using a 200 lb rated lifting device, install
hub assembly onto spindle. Install outer bearing, spindle washer and castle nut.
7. Slowly tighten castle nut while spinning the hub until hub stops rotating. Do not use an impact!
Turn castle nut counterclockwise until the hole in the spindle aligns with the next notch in castle
nut. Hub should spin smoothly with little drag and no end play. If play exists, tighten to next notch
of castle nut. If drag exists, then back castle nut to next notch of castle nut. Spin and check again.
Install cotter pin. Clean face for hub cap gasket and install gasket, grease filled hub cap and retain
hubcap with hardware removed. Tighten hubcap hardware in alternating pattern.
8. Attach the wheel(s) and tire(s) to the hub using the same rated lifting device for removal. Tighten
wheel nuts to appropriate requirements and recheck as outlined in the Wheel and Tire section of this
manual.
9. Raise cart, remove jack stands and lower tire to the ground.
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Wheels and Tires
Wheel Nut Torque Requirements
•

IMPROPERLY TORQUED WHEEL NUTS/BOLTS CAN CAUSE A LOSS OF IMPLEMENT
CONTROL AND MACHINE DAMAGE. TORQUE WHEEL NUTS/BOLTS TO VALUES IN
TABLE. CHECK TORQUE BEFORE USE, AFTER ONE HOUR OF UNLOADED USE OR
AFTER FIRST LOAD, AND EACH LOAD UNTIL WHEEL NUTS/BOLTS MAINTAIN TORQUE
VALUE. CHECK TORQUE EVERY 10 HOURS OF USE THERE-AFTER. AFTER EACH
WHEEL REMOVAL START TORQUE PROCESS FROM BEGINNING. WARRANTY DOES
NOT COVER FAILURES CAUSED BY IMPROPERLY TORQUED WHEEL NUTS/BOLTS.
Failure to check torque before first load may damage wheel nut/bolt seats. Once seats are damaged, it will become impossible to keep nuts/bolts
tight. Tighten nuts/bolts to applicable torque value
shown in table. Start all nuts/bolts by hand to prevent cross threading. Torque nuts/bolts in the recommended sequence as shown in Diagram 1.
WHEEL HARDWARE
SIZE
FOOT-POUNDS
7/8-14 (UNF)
440 ft.-lbs.
M22x1.5
475 ft.-lbs.
10 BOLT
DIAGRAM 1
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1315 GRAIN CARTS — Maintenance
Wheels and Tires (continued)
Tire Pressure
The following is to be used as a general guide for tire inflation and figures can vary depending on specific brand of tire used. It is important that tires are inspected after
unit is loaded. Start with minimum pressure indicated. The tire should stand up with no
side-wall buckling or distress as tire rolls. Record the pressure needed to support the full
load and maintain this pressure to achieve proper tire life. Do not exceed maximum
recommended tire pressure. Each tire must be inflated to 35 PSI max to seat the
beads, deflated to 5-10 PSI, then reinflated to the tire’s max PSI when mounting.
TIRE SIZE AND BRAND
LOAD INDEX/PLY RATING
MAXIMUM PSI
23.1x26 R-3 - Firestone
12
32
23.1x26 R-1 - Firestone
12
32
28Lx26 R-3 - Firestone
12
26
24.5x32 R-3 - Firestone
12
32
24.5x32 R-1 - Firestone
12
32
30.5x32 R-1 - Firestone
14
28
30.5x32 R-3 - Firestone
14
28
30.5x32 R-3 - Firestone
16
34
35.5x32 R-3 - Firestone
20
36
76x50.00x32 HF-3 - Firestone
16
40
76x50.00x32 HF-3 - Firestone
20
50
900/60x32 R-1 - Firestone
176A8
44
520/85x38 R-1 - Firestone
155A8
29
520/85x38 R-1 - Firestone
173A8
72
480/80x42 R-1 - Firestone
151A8
36
520/85x42 R-1 - Firestone
157A8
29
520/85x42 R-1 - Firestone
165A8
51
420/80x46 R-1 - Firestone
151A8
44
480/80x46 R-1 - Firestone
158A8
44
380/90x46 R-1 - Firestone
152B
51
1250/50R32 R-1 - Firestone
201D
46
800/65R32 R-1W - Firestone
172A8
44
800/60R32 R-3 - Firestone
181B
58
23.1x26 R-3 - Titan/Goodyear
10
26
23.1x26 R-1 - Titan/Goodyear
10
26
24.5x32 R-3 - Titan/Goodyear
12
32
24.5x32 R-1 - Titan/Goodyear
12
32
30.5x32 R-3 - Titan/Goodyear
16
26
30.5x32 R-3 - Titan/Goodyear
14
22
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Wheels and Tires (continued)
Tire Pressure (continued)
TIRE SIZE AND BRAND
LOAD INDEX/PLY RATING
MAXIMUM PSI
14
22
480/80x42 R-1 - Titan/Goodyear
166A8
23
900/60x32 R1W - Mitas
176A8
41
1050/50x32 R1W - Mitas
178A8
41
900/60x38 R1W - Mitas
181A8
44
650/65x42 R1W - Mitas
168A8
44
520/85x42 R1W - Mitas
162A8
44
900/70R32 R1W - Mitas
188A8
53
1250/50R32 R-1W - Mitas
188A8
41
35.5LR32 - Alliance
193A8
44
900/60x32 R-1 - Trelleborg
181A8
55
900/60x32 - Trelleborg
176LI
44
30.5x32 R-1 - Titan/Goodyear
(All tire pressures in psi)
Tire Warranty
For questions regarding new tire warranty, please contact your local original equipment tire
dealer. USED TIRES CARRY NO WARRANTY. Following are phone numbers and Websites
for your convenience:
Firestone
www.firestoneag.com
Phone 800-847-3364
Titan
or
Goodyear
www.titan-intl.com
Phone 800-USA-BEAR
Fax 515-265-9301
Trelleborg
www.trelleborg.com
Phone 866-633-8473
Continental/Mitas
Alliance
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www.mitas-tires.com
Phone 704-542-3422
Fax 704-542-3474
www.atgtire.com
Phone 781-325-3801
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1315 GRAIN CARTS — Maintenance
Complete Torque Chart
Capscrews - Grade 5
NOTE:
• Grade 5 capscrews can be identified by three radial dashes on the head.
• For wheel torque requirements, refer to Wheels and Tires.
• Tighten U-bolts evenly and equally to have the same number of threads exposed on each end.
•
SIZE
FOOT
POUNDS
NEWTON
METERS
1/4-20
1/4-28
8-10
9-11
11-13
12-15
5/16-18
5/16-24
15-17
17-19
20-23
23-26
3/8-16
3/8-24
25-28
28-31
34-38
38-42
7/16-14
7/16-20
40-45
45-50
54-61
61-68
1/2-13
1/2-20
62-68
68-75
84-92
92-102
9/16-12
9/16-18
90-98
100-110
122-133
134-148
5/8-11
5/8-18
120-135
124-137
162-183
168-186
3/4-10
3/4-16
200-220
210-230
270-300
285-310
7/8-9
7/8-14
330-350
360-380
425-475
460-515
1-8
1-14
500-525
540-560
675-710
730-760
1 1/8-7
1 1/8-12
600-635
665-700
815-860
920-950
1 1/4-7
1 1/4-12
850-895
940-990
1150-1215
1275-1340
1 3/8-6
1 3/8-12
1125-1175
1280-1335
1525-1590
1735-1810
1 1/2-6
1 1/2-12
1500-1560
1685-1755
2035-2115
2285-2380
Follow these torque recommendations except when specified in text.
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Complete Torque Chart
Capscrews - Grade 8
NOTE:
• Grade 8 capscrews can be identified by six radial dashes on the head.
• For wheel torque requirements, refer to Wheels and Tires.
• Tighten U-bolts evenly and equally to have the same number of threads exposed on each end.
•
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SIZE
FOOT
POUNDS
NEWTON
METERS
5/16-18
5/16-24
20-22
21-23
27-30
28-31
3/8-16
3/8-24
35-39
36-41
47-53
49-55
7/16-14
7/16-20
54-58
55-60
73-78
75-80
1/2-13
1/2-20
82-88
94-99
110-120
125-135
9/16-12
9/16-18
127-134
147-155
170-180
199-210
5/8-11
5/8-18
160-170
165-175
215-230
225-235
3/4-10
3/4-16
280-295
330-365
380-400
445-495
7/8-9
7/8-14
410-430
420-440
555-580
570-595
1-8
1-14
630-650
680-700
850-880
920-950
1 1/8-7
1 1/8-12
900-930
930-950
1220-1260
1260-1290
1 1/4-7
1 1/4-12
1250-1300
1280-1320
1695-1760
1735-1790
Follow these torque recommendations except when specified in text.
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1315 GRAIN CARTS — Maintenance
Hydraulic Fittings – Torque and Installation
SAE Flare Connection (J. I. C.)
1. Tighten nut with finger until it bottoms the seat.
2. Using a wrench, rotate nut to tighten. Turn nut
1/3 turn to apply proper torque.
SAE Straight Thread O-Ring Seal
1. Insure jam nut and washer are backed up to the
back side of smooth portion of elbow adapter.
2. Lubricate o-ring -- VERY IMPORTANT!
3. Thread into port until washer bottoms onto
spot face.
4. Position elbows by backing up adapter.
5. Tighten jam nut.
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Notes
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1315 GRAIN CARTS — Parts
SECTION V
Parts
Final Assembly Components ...................................................................................................... 5-2
Touch-Up Paint ........................................................................................................................... 5-4
Decals ........................................................................................................................................ 5-5
Electrical Components - Single Axle & Track Models .............................................................. 5-8
Electrical Components - Walking Tandem Models .................................................................. 5-10
Axle Components with 5 Point Scale System ........................................................................ 5-12
Axle Components - Walking Tandem Components .................................................................. 5-14
Wheels and Tires ..................................................................................................................... 5-17
Upper Aguer Components ........................................................................................................ 5-18
Lower Auger & Door Seal Components .................................................................................. 5-20
45 Degree Gear Box Components........................................................................................... 5-23
Cleanout Door Components ..................................................................................................... 5-24
Auger Fold Components ........................................................................................................... 5-26
Auger Fold Grease Components .............................................................................................. 5-28
Sideboard Components ........................................................................................................... 5-30
Auger Fold Cylinder ................................................................................................................. 5-31
Flow Control Door Cylinder ..................................................................................................... 5-31
Downspout Cylinder ................................................................................................................. 5-31
Hydraulic Components .............................................................................................................. 5-32
Directional Spout Components ................................................................................................. 5-34
PTO Cut Out Clutch Components ............................................................................................ 5-36
PTO Components ...................................................................................................................... 5-37
Driveline U-Joint Components .................................................................................................. 5-38
Weather Guard Tarp Components ............................................................................................ 5-40
Track Axle Mounting Components ........................................................................................... 5-42
Scale Components (Optional) ................................................................................................... 5-44
Rotational Sensor Conversion Kit #251882B - UM520 Auto-Log Scale Systems .................. 5-48
UM520 Auto-Unload Components - Kit #251678 .................................................................... 5-50
Video System (Optional) ........................................................................................................... 5-52
FOR TRACK INFORMATION, PLEASE REFER TO YOUR TRACK MANUAL.
FOR HYDRAULIC DRIVE INFORMATION, PLEASE REFER TO YOUR HYDRAULIC DRIVE MANUAL.
FOR U-HARVEST SCALE INFORMATION REFER TO YOUR U-HARVEST SCALE MANUAL.
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Final Assembly Components
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5-2
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1315 GRAIN CARTS — Parts
Final Assembly Components
ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
43
44
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DESCRIPTION
Window Moulding
Window Bracket
Joint Cover
Joint Cover
Hitch
Hitch Pin 1" Dia. x 5 1/2
Hitch Bar 3 3/4" Dia. x 16 3/8
Auger Rest Assembly =Green=
Auger Rest Assembly =Red=
Auger Rest Bracket Weldment =Green=
Auger Rest Bracket Weldment =Red=
Auger Rest Weldment =Green=
Auger Rest Weldment =Red=
Flange Nut 1/2-13UNC
Capscrew 1/2-13UNC x 1 1/2
Flat Washer 1/2"
Ladder Weldment
Cover
Drive Cover
Auger Rest Assembly =Green=
Auger Rest Assembly =Red=
Latch Assembly
Lock Pin 1/2" Dia. x 5 3/8
Yellow Hand Grip
Roll Pin 3/16" Dia. x 1 3/8
Flat Washer 1/2
Spring 2 1/2" Long
Latch Weldment
Tension Bushing 2" Dia.
Connector Holder
Split Tension Bushing 2" Dia.
Transport Chain
Locknut 3/8-16UNC Grade 5
Rubber Grommet 3 5/8" Dia.
O-Ring
Flange Screw 1/2-13UNC x 1 1/2
Retaining Ring 1"
Large Flange Screw 3/8-16UNC x 1
Large Flange Nut 3/8-16UNC
Flange Nut 1/2-13UNC
Locknut 1-8UNC
Window
Capscrew 1/4-20UNC x 3/4
Hex Nut 1/4-20UNC
Lock Washer 1/4"
Flat Washer 1/4"
Large Flange Capscrew 3/8-16UNC x 3/4
PART NO.
250431
250461B
268852B
268855B
282875B
282876
284780
285239G
285239R
285238G
285238R
285948G
285948R
91267
9390-101
9405-086
285400B
285419B
285769B
285950G
285950R
285964B
401880
9003870
9392-100
9405-086
TA510035
268294B
9001917
9001968
9002130
9003278
9003396
9004485
9005259
9005705
91192
91262
91263
91267
92199
92403
9390-003
9394-002
9404-017
9405-064
95585
QTY.
2
8
1
1
1
1
1
1
NOTES
Includes Items 9-13
(Transport Position)
1
1
4
4
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
1
4
10
2
4
12
4
1
4
18
4
4
6
2
Grade 5
(Transport Position For In
Field Use)
Grade 5
Grade 5
Grade 5
Grade 5
5-3
1315 GRAIN CARTS — Parts
Final Assembly Components (continued)
ITEM
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
DESCRIPTION
Locknut 1/4-20UNC
Thumb Screw
Clip On Cage Nut
Hairpin Cotter .177" Dia. x 3.68
PTO Assembly Complete
Capscrew 1-8UNC x 4 Grade 8
Capscrew 1-8UNC x 7 Grade 8
Jack
Storage Box
Capscrew, 1/4-20UNC x 1 1/4 Grade 5
Fender Washer, 2
Retainer Cable
PART NO.
9936
9003694
TA500592
92424
9005341
91299-191
91299-197
9004156
9005850
9390-006
94763
9005779
QTY.
16
4
4
1
1
1
2
1
1
4
16
1
NOTES
Touch-Up Paint
PAINT
SPRAY
Black
97013
Green
97015
Red
97301
Off White
97016
Primer, Gray
5-4
9500166
(January 2014)
1315 GRAIN CARTS — Parts
Decals
4
5
6
1
7
3
ITEM
DESCRIPTION
PART NO.
QTY.
1
Reflector =AMBER=
9003127
8
2
Not Applicable
-
-
3
Decal, Grease
9005743
1
4
Decal, Flow Control Indicator
92563
1
5
Decal, Reflective Checker
265384
1
6
Decal, Extreme
9005666
3
7
Decal, FEMA
91605
1
(November 2014)
NOTES
NOT SHOWN
5-5
1315 GRAIN CARTS — Parts
Decals (continued)
28
16
10
8
26
13
12
17
11
14
18
27
15
5-6
9
(November 2014)
1315 GRAIN CARTS — Parts
Decals (continued)
22
19
20
23
26
24
21
25
ITEM
DESCRIPTION
PART NO.
QTY.
8
Decal, DANGER (Just For Kids)
9003478
1
9
Decal, CAUTION (Transport Chain)
97575
1
10
Decal, DANGER (Electrical Lines)
9003474
1
11
Decal, DANGER (Drive Shaft Entanglement)
95046
3
12
Decal, WARNING (PTO Cut & Crush)
9003475
2
13
Decal, WARNING (High-Pressure...)
95445
2
14
Decal, WARNING (Read & Understand)
97961
1
15
Decal, WARNING (Tongue Drop)
94094
1
16
Decal, WARNING (No Riders)
9003476
1
17
Decal, Important (Cart Loading Sequence)
9004966
1
18
Decal, IMPORTANT (Flow Control Gate)
9003477
1
19
Fluorescent Stripe
9003125
2
20
Reflector =RED=
9003126
2
21
SMV Emblem
TA510514
1
22
Decal, UM Logo
9004298
4
23
Decal, UM Logo Tail
9004213
4
24
Decal Model 1315
9005532
4
25
Decal, Stripe
9004035
12
26
Decal, UM Circle
901833
3
27
Decal, WARNING (Pinch Point)
95839
1
28
Decal, WARNING (Falling Equipment...)
98229
1
(November 2014)
NOTES
5-7
1315 GRAIN CARTS — Parts
Electrical Components - Single Axle & Track Models
5-8
(January 2014)
1315 GRAIN CARTS — Parts
Electrical Components - Single Axle & Track Models
ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
DESCRIPTION
Red Light- Tail/Turn (LED)
PART NO.
9006345
QTY.
2
Red LED Replacement Light Kit
232169
-
9005142
9005095
268678B
285771B
252303B
252304B
281145B
9390-112
9405-086
9830-016
9401-069
9401-072
9005529
9003125
9003126
9000106
9000107
94981
9390-011
97189
9003631
251095
9401-010
9405-040
TA91207
9830-013
9006638
9006904
9005725
9005542
9005548
9005549
92450
9005618
9001155
9003046
9002127
9005560
9404-013
2
2
2
1
1
2
2
2
16
12
4
6
2
2
A/R
A/R
2
4
6
1
3
3
3
3
1
2
1
6
2
2
1
2
2
1
2
1
16
LED Light, Amber - Double Face
LED Lens Only
Light Guard Plate
Light Tube
Light Bracket Plate Right-Hand
Light Bracket Plate Left-Hand
Spacer Bushing
Capscrew 1/2-13UNC x 4 1/2 Grade 5
Flat Washer 1/2" SAE
Hex Nut #10-32UNF
Pan Head Screw #10-32UNF x 3/4
Pan Head Screw #10-32UNF x 1 1/4
Amber Clearance Light
Fluorscent Decal
Reflector =RED=
Cable Tie, 6"
Cable Tie, 15 1/2"
Locknut 1/2-13UNC
Capscrew, 1/4-20 UNC x 2 1/2 Grade 5
Hex Nut/Large Flange 1/4-20UNC
Light Module (Option)
Light Module Installation Kit
Machine Screw, #6-32UNC x 3/4
Flat Washer, #6
Lock Washer, #6
Nut, #6-32
Wiring Harness - Rear
Wiring Harness - Front
Wiring Harness - Switch
Wiring Harness - Connect Amber Clearance Light
Wiring Harness - Front Amber Clearance Light
Wiring Harness - Rear/Mid Amber Clearance Light
7-Way Plug
Relay for 12VDC, Type 101
Flood Lamp
Momentary Switch
Eyelet
Wiring Harness - Rear
Split Lock Washer, #10
(January 2014)
NOTES
Includes Light & Items 10, 12,
& 37
Includes Items 21-24
Replacement Only
5-9
1315 GRAIN CARTS — Parts
Electrical Components - Walking Tandem Models
5-10
(January 2014)
1315 GRAIN CARTS — Parts
Electrical Components - Walking Tandem Models
ITEM
DESCRIPTION
Lamp - Red LED
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
Red LED Replacement Light Kit
LED Light, Amber - Double Face
LED Lens Only
Light Guard Plate
Eyelet
Wiring Harness - Rear
Flood Lamp
Momentary Switch
Base Relay for 12VDC, Type 101
Hex Nut #10-32UNF
Pan Head Screw #10-32UNF x 3/4
Pan Head Screw #10-32UNF x 1 1/4
Amber Clearance Light
Fluorscent Decal
Reflector =RED=
Cable Tie, 6"
Cable Tie, 15 1/2"
Wiring Harness - Front Amber Clearance Light
Wiring Harness - Rear/Mid Amber Clearance Light
7-Way Plug
Light Module (Option)
Light Module Installation Kit
Machine Screw, #6-32UNC x 3/4
Flat Washer, #6
Lock Washer, #6
Nut, #6-32
Wiring Harness - Front to Rear
Wiring Harness - Front
Wiring Harness - Switch
Wiring Harness - Connect Amber Clearance Light
Split Lock Washer, #10
(January 2014)
PART NO.
9006345
QTY.
2
232169
-
9005142
9005095
285772B
9002127
9005547
9001155
9003046
9005617
9830-016
9401-069
9401-072
9005529
9003125
9003126
9000106
9000107
9005548
9005549
92450
9003631
251095
9401-010
9405-040
TA91207
9830-013
9005546
9006904
9005725
9005542
9404-013
2
2
2
1
2
1
2
16
12
4
6
2
2
A/R
A/R
2
2
1
1
3
3
3
3
1
1
1
6
16
NOTES
Includes Light & Items 9,
11, & 28
Replacement Only
Includes Items 21-24
5-11
1315 GRAIN CARTS — Parts
Axle Components with 5 Point Scale System
4A
4
23
13
24
20
5
1
3
25
28
26
27
21
22
29
10
11
14
17
16
6
8
13
15
7
9
18
19
5-12
12
(January 2014)
1315 GRAIN CARTS — Parts
Axle Components with 5 Point Scale System
ITEM
DESCRIPTION
Axle Assembly - Scale Spindles =Green=
Axle Assembly - Scale Spindles =Red
Axle Assembly - Standard Spindles =Green=
Axle Assembly - Standard Spindles =Red=
1
2
3
4
4A
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
Pin 1 Dia
Axle Weldment =Green=
Axle Weldment =Red=
Axle Mount Weldment =Green=
Axle Mount Weldment =Red=
Standard Bar 2 .875 Dia
Scale Bar 2.875” Dia
Hub & Standard Spindle Assembly =Green=
Hub & Standard Spindle Assembly =Red=
Spindle Washer Plate
Hub w/Bearing Cups =Green=
Hub w/Bearing Cups =Red=
Bearing Race (32024JR)
Inner Bearing Cup (HM218210)
Stud Bolt 7/8-14UNF x 3 1/2
Hex Flange Nut, 7/8-14UNF (NOT SHOWN)
Stud Bolt M22 x 1.5 x 4
Flange Cap Nut, M22 x 1.5 (NOT SHOWN)
Spindle 5 1/2” Dia
Gasket 8 5/8 Dia.
Castle Nut 2 1/2-12UNF
Seal
Hub Cap (Bolt-On Type) =Green=
Hub Cap (Bolt-On Type) = Red=
Bearing Cone (32024JR)
Bearing Cone (HM218248)
Capscrew 3/8-16UNC x 3/4
Cotter Pin 1/2 Dia x 5
Retaining Ring 1”
Center Locknut 1-8UNC
Capscrew 3/4-10UNC x 7 1/2
Capscrew 1-8UNC x 2 1/2
Capscrew 1-8UNC x 3 1/2
Capscrew 1-8UNC x 5
Hex Nut 1-8UNC
Lock Washer 1"
Flat Washer 1" SAE
Center Locknut 3/4-10UNC
(January 2015)
PART NO.
273862G
252393G
273862R
252393R
273863G
252395G
273863R
252395R
250843
252397G
252397R
268004G
268004R
268289
9004903
282767G
282767R
282763
282766G
282766R
9004945
92476
95472
9000990
9007001
97319
282768
284231
9004656
9004657
9004658G
9004658R
9004944
92545
9390-053
9391-098
91192
92199
9390-160
9390-185
9390-189
9390-193
9394-020
9404-041
9405-118
96732
QTY.
-
Serial
Serial
Serial
Serial
Serial
Serial
Serial
Serial
Number
Number
Number
Number
Number
Number
Number
Number
Grade
Grade
Class
Class
8
8
10.9
10.9
NOTES
B34050100
B34050099
B34050100
B34050099
B34050100
B34050100
B34050100
B34050100
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
Higher
Lower
Higher
Lower
Higher
Higher
Higher
Higher
4
1
4
4
4
2
2
2
2
2
20
20
20
20
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
8
2
8
4
2
4
4
4
4
8
4
2
Grade 5
Grade
Grade
Grade
Grade
5
5
5
5
5-13
1315 GRAIN CARTS — Parts
Walking Tandem Components
44
48
47
49
32
33
19
29
45
38
49
48
47
44
40
26
36
31
43
42
37
25
17
35
41
7
20
34
18A
24
30
39
43
2
30
40
24
20
7
34
28
22
18B
2
21
46
14
23
3
5
7
10
4
13
11
6
12
46
9
8
16
5-14
15
(January 2014)
1315 GRAIN CARTS — Parts
Walking Tandem Components
ITEM
DESCRIPTION
Walking Tandem Assembly Right-Hand =Green=
Walking Tandem Assembly Right-Hand =Red=
1
Walking Tandem Assembly Left-Hand =Green=
Walking Tandem Assembly Left-Hand =Red=
Hub & Spindle Assembly =Green=
2
Hub & Spindle Assembly =Red=
Hub Sub-Assembly =Green=
3
Hub Sub-Assembly =Red=
4
Outer Bearing Cup #HM212011
5
Inner Bearing Cup #HM218210
6
Stud Bolt 7/8-14UNF x 3 1/2 Grade 8
7
Spindle Assembly Complete
8
Castle Nut 2-12UNF Grade 5
9
Spindle Washer 4” OD
10
Cotter Pin 3/8” Dia. x 4
11
Outer Bearing Cone #HM212049
Hub Cap “Bolt-On Type” =Green=
12
Hub Cap “Bolt-On Type” =Red=
13
Inner Bearing Cone #HM218248
14
Seal #37605SA
15
Capscrew 5/16-18UNC x 1/2 Grade 5
16
Gasket
Walking Tandem Weldment =Green=
17
Walking Tandem Weldment =Red=
Axle Weldment Right-Hand (Shown)
18A
Axle Weldment Left-Hand
Axle Weldment Right-Hand
18B
Axle Weldment Left-Hand
19
Axle 3” Dia. Pin Weldment
20
Flat Washer 4 1/4” OD (Hardened)
21
Quicklink Fitting 1/4” Tube x 1/8NPT 90° Swivel
22
Quicklink Fitting 1/4” Tube x 1/8NPT Straight
23
Nylon Tube 1/4” OD
24
Tension Bushing 3 1/2” OD x 3” ID
25
Castle Nut 2-12UNF Grade 5
26
Spindle Washer 4” OD
27
90° Grease Zerk
28
Grease Zerk
29
Capscrew 1/2-13UNC x 1 1/4 Grade 5
30
Capscrew 5/8-11UNC x 6 Grade 5
31
Cotter Pin 3/8” Dia. x 4
32
Lock Washer 1/2”
33
Flat Washer 1/2”
34
Locknut 5/8-11UNC
Bolt Plate =Green=
35
Bolt Plate =Red=
36
Axle Pivot Pin Weldment
(Continued on next page)
(January 2014)
PART NO.
268140G
268140R
268141G
268141R
266520G
266520R
265390G
265390R
92462
92476
95472
266521
92470
92472
9391-090
92464
92465G
92465R
92545
92565
9390-026
284230
268139G
268139R
282794B
282793B
285682B
285683B
282842
9001297
9005072
9005073
9005074
9005474
92470
92472
93415
93426
9390-100
9390-136
9391-090
9404-025
9405-088
95905
268203G
268203R
268521
QTY.
1
1
NOTES
Includes Items 2 - 17,
18A, & 19 - 34
2
Includes Items 3 - 15
1
Includes Items 4 - 6
1
1
10
1
1
1
1
1
Includes Items 8 - 10
1
1
1
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
A/R
2
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
242
2
2
2
2
2
For 650/65R42 Tires
Specify in Feet
5-15
1315 GRAIN CARTS — Parts
Walking Tandem Components (continued)
ITEM
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
5-16
DESCRIPTION
Clevis Weldment =Green=
Clevis Weldment =Red=
Washer
Heavy Hex Jam Nut 1 3/4-5
Capscrew 1-8UNC x 3 1/2 Grade 5
Capscrew 1-8UNC x 7 1/2 Grade 5
Hex Nut 1-8UNC Grade 5
Lock Washer 1"
Harness Cover Plate, 40” Lg. = Green=
Harness Cover Plate, 40” Lg. =Red=
Harness Cover Plate, 18” Lg. =Green=
Harness Cover Plate, 18” Lg. =Red=
Wheel Nut 7/8-14UNF Grade 8
Capscrew 5/16-18UNC x 3/4
Lock Washer 5/16
Flat Washer 5/16 USS
PART NO.
285225G
285225R
804685
9005290
9390-189
9390-198
9394-020
9404-041
268674G
268674R
268675G
268675R
9000990
9390-028
9404-019
9405-070
QTY.
NOTES
2
8
2
10
8
16
18
3
2
40
12
12
12
(January 2014)
1315 GRAIN CARTS — Parts
Wheels and Tires
TIRES
For questions regarding new tire
warranty, please contact your local original equipment tire dealer.
Used tires carry no warranty.
•
Verify whether you have a
straight plate or formed
plate wheel before ordering
a replacement wheel.
STRAIGHT PLATE WHEELS
ITEM
1
1
1
DESCRIPTION
Wheel & Tire Assembly
Wheel Only
Wheel & Tire Assembly
Wheel Only
Wheel & Tire Assembly
Wheel Only
LOAD RATING
165A8
20 PLY
168A8
PART NO.
QTY
18739
4
18 x 42 / 520/85R42 R1
18624WO
4
18 x 42
17844
2
44 x 32 / 76x50-32
12870
2
44 x 32
18051
4
20 x 42 / 650/65R42
17877WO
4
20 x 42
2
Valve Stem
N/A
93300
4
2
Valve Stem Adapter
N/A
901207
-
(January 2014)
NOTES
5-17
1315 GRAIN CARTS — Parts
Upper Auger Components
5-18
(May 2014)
1315 GRAIN CARTS — Parts
Upper Auger Components
ITEM
9
DESCRIPTION
Upper Auger Assembly =Green=
Upper Auger Assembly =Red=
Sleeve Bushing 3/4" OD x 2 3/8
Sleeve Bushing 3/4" OD x 8 1/4
Hose Bracket Plate
Spacer Bushing 1" OD x 3/8
Flex Coupler Weldment - Soft Start Kit
Pin 1/2" Dia. Weldment
Upper Auger Tube Replacement Kit =Green=
Upper Auger Tube Replacement Kit =Red=
Auger Pivot Weldment =Green=
Auger Pivot Weldment =Red=
Sleeve Bushing 3/4" OD x 1.938
10
Upper Auger Replacement Kit =Black=
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
(January 2014)
Auger Pivot Weldment =Green=
Auger Pivot Weldment =Red=
Cylinder Stop
Discharge Spout Assembly
Linkage Weldment
Linkage Bracket
Hood Pivot Pin Weldment
Flanged Bearing 2" Dia.
Locking Flange Nut 1/2-13UNC Grade 5
Rubber Stop Pad
Self-Lubricating Thrust Washer 5 1/4" OD
Compression Spring 4" Long
Cylinder 1 1/2 x 8
Snap Ring 1/2"
Retaining Ring 2"
Capscrew 5/16-18UNC x 2 1/2 Grade 5
Capscrew 1/2-13UNC x 3 1/2 Grade 5
Capscrew 1/2-13UNC x 4 Grade 5
Capscrew 1/2-13UNC x 6 Grade 5
Capscrew 5/8-11UNC x 6 1/2 Grade 5
Capscrew 7/8-9UNC x 2 Grade 5
Capscrew 1/2-13UNC x 9 1/2 Grade 5
Elastic Jam Nut 5/16-18UNC
Flat Washer 2"
Elastic Stop Nut 5/16-18UNC
Flat Head Slotted Machine Screw 5/16-18UNC x 1
Lock Washer 1/2"
Flat Washer 1/2"
Flat Washer 7/8"
Locknut 1/2-13UNC
Locknut 5/8-11UNC
Momentary Switch - 6” 18GA Wire
Bushing Weldment
Compression Spring
Flat Washer, 5/8
Switch Arm Weldment
Pivot Bushing
Capscrew, 1/4-20UNC x 3 Gr.5
Flat Washer, 1/4
Large Flange Hex Nut, 1/4-20UNC Gr.5
PART NO.
285249G
285249R
268571
268590
268732B
268905
281682
285219
273427G
273427R
285262G
285262R
285290
QTY
286278B
1
285364G
285364R
285763B
285774B
285794B
285797B
285929
9002492
9003397
9004263
9004878
9004899
9005135
9005687
91178
9390-036
9390-109
9390-111
9390-115
9390-137
9390-164
9390-96859
9397-008
93974
9398-010
9400-101
9404-025
9405-086
97041
9800
9801
9003046
284159
9005778
9405-098
284978
284980
9390-013
9405-064
97189
-
NOTES
Includes Items 1-40
1
1
1
2
1
2
1
1
3
Includes Items 5, 20,
28, 39
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
4
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
4
10
1
2
4
1
2
1
3
10
1
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
5-19
1315 GRAIN CARTS — Parts
Lower Auger & Door Seal Components
30
43
22
30
10
17
46
10
41
43
12
6
50
2
44
70
13
47
41
36
26
48
45
41
24
11
54
47
31
32
52
29
25
40
41
59
14
37
69
34
53
35
15
3
69
9
7
51
69
69
33
37
49
38
14
39
28
28
42
27
39
33
21
66
5
18
8
67
21
4
57
55
58
18
56
67
21
68
60
16
23
1
19
5-20
20
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1315 GRAIN CARTS — Parts
Lower Auger & Door Seal Components
ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
DESCRIPTION
Driveline Cover Tube
Cylinder Clamp
Door Guide Pipe
Drive Bushing Weldment
Flighting Weldment =Black=
Outer Poly Seal
Drive Dog U-Joint Assembly
Hanger Bearing Kit
Spacer Bushing =Green=
Spacer Bushing =Red=
Pin 1" Dia. x 3 1/2
Serrated Flanged Capscrew 3/8-16UNC x 1 1/4 Grade 5
Self-Tapping Screw 1/4-20UNC x 1
Extension Spring 3/4 OD x 2 1/4
Fender Washer 3/8"
Hardened Split Tension Bushing 2 1/4 OD
Gear Box 45°
Cylinder 2 1/2 x 36
Flange Screw 1/2-13UNC x 1 1/2 Grade 5
Large Flange Capscrew 3/8-16UNC x 1 Grade 5
Large Flange Nut 3/8-16UNC
Flange Nut 1/2-13UNC
45° Elbow 9/16-18 JIC Male x 3/4-16 O-Ring Male
Flange Bearing 1 3/8" Dia.
Capscrew 1/4-20UNC x 7/8 Grade 5
Capscrew 1/4-20UNC x 1 3/4 Grade 5
Capscrew 3/8-16UNC x 1 1/2 Grade 5
Capscrew 1/2-13UNC x 1 1/4 Grade 5
Capscrew 5/8-11UNC x 6 Grade 5
Capscrew 7/8-9UNC x 2 1/2 Grade 5
Cotter Pin 3/16" Dia. x 2 Grade 5
Hex Nut 1/4-20UNC
Hex Nut 3/8-16UNC
Hex Nut 5/8-11UNC
Hex Jam Nut 7/8-9UNC
Slotted Machine Screw-Flat Head 1/4-20UNC x 1 1/4
Lock Washer 1/4
Lock Washer 3/8
Lock Washer 1/2
Lock Washer 5/8
Lock Washer 7/8
Flat Washer 1/4
Flat Washer 1/2
Flat Washer 1
PART NO.
268280
285207B
285255
281815
285307B
285344
285792
268124B
285960G
285960R
804572
9003259
9004355
9004375
9004537
9004980
9005256
9005363
9005705
91262
91263
91267
91508
92916
9390-004
9390-008
9390-057
9390-100
9390-136
9390-166
9391-046
9394-002
9394-006
9394-014
9395-018
9400-047
9404-017
9404-021
9404-025
9404-029
9404-037
9405-062
9405-088
9405-116
QTY.
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
NOTES
2
2
1
2
1
6
2
1
1
3
3
3
3
1
1
1
1
1
8
2
1
4
2
1
2
1
4
2
6
8
2
1
9
8
4
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Lower Auger & Door Seal Components
ITEM
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
66
67
68
69
70
5-22
DESCRIPTION
Flange Screw 3/8-16UNC x 1 1/2 Grade 5
Large Flange Hex Nut 1/4-20UNC
90° Elbow 9/16-18 JIC Male x 3/4-16 O-Ring Male
Locknut 3/8-16UNC
Locknut 1/4-20UNC
Spacer Bushing =Green=
Spacer Bushing =Red=
Inner Poly Seal
Pusher Plate =Green=
Pusher Plate =Red=
Door Seal Bracket =Black=
Rubber Edge Trim Lok
Poly Door Slide
Spacer Washer
Gearbox Dust Cover
Quicklinc Fitting, 1/4” Tube x 1/8NPT Straight
Quicklinc Fitting, 1/4” Elbow w/Tube-Stem
Slide Pipe
Set Screw, 5/16-24UNF x 5/16
Capscrew, 3/4-10UNC x 7 1/2 Grade 8
Flat Washer, 3/4
Locknut, 3/4-10UNC Grade 8
Capscrew, 3/8-16UNC x 1 3/4 Gr.5
Flow Door Replacement Kit =Green=
Flow Door Replacement Kit =Red=
PART NO.
95785
97189
9874
9928
9936
281257G
281257R
285343
285959G
285959R
282420B
9005662
285208
250393
92805B
9005073
9005609
253025
9399-209
91299-160
9405-106
97025
9390-058
286275G
286275R
QTY.
1
4
1
2
1
NOTES
4
1
2
1
A/R
2
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
2
1
6
1
1
Includes Items 35, 45,
54, 59
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1315 GRAIN CARTS — Parts
45 Degree Gear Box Components
NOTE:
Oil Capacity = 32 fl.oz. of 80W90 Gear Oil
ITEM
DESCRIPTION
PART NO.
QTY.
Gear Box, Complete
9005256
1
Includes Items 1 through 17
NOTES
1
Shaft, Input
9005418
1
1.8:1 Gear
2
Shaft, Output
9001132
1
1.8:1 Gear
3
Bearing Cone
92697
1
Large
4
Bearing Cup
91151
1
Large
5
Bearing Cone
9001133
2
6
Bearing Cup
9001134
2
7
Bearing Cone
91816
1
Small
8
Bearing Cup
92896
1
Small
9
Casting w/ Tapped Holes
9003447
1
10
Casting w/ Thru Holes
9003448
1
Not Shown
11
Seal
92688
1
Small
12
Seal
92702
1
Large
13
Capscrew, 3/8-16 UNC x 1 1/2
95281
9
Not Shown
14
Pressure Relief, 5-PSI
92352
1
Not Shown
15
Plug, Plain
92350
3
Not Shown
16
Plug, 3/4" Npt
9001139
1
Not Shown
17
Hex Bushing Reducer
9003453
1
Not Shown
(January 2014)
5-23
1315 GRAIN CARTS — Parts
Cleanout Door Components
21
16
22
28
23
20
29
17
27
25
18
19
30
24
26
5
7
7
15
4
8
11
14
6
1
10
3
9
11
12
2
5-24
13
(January 2014)
1315 GRAIN CARTS — Parts
Cleanout Door Components
ITEM
DESCRIPTION
PART NO.
QTY.
NOTES
1
Door Wheel Weldment =Black=
220060B
1
2
Cleanout Door Weldment =Black=
285269B
1
3
Rail =Black=
285270B
1
5
Auger Weldment Assembly
N/A
1
6
Serrated Flange Capscrew, 3/8-16UNC x 1 1/4
9003259
1
7
Automation Locknut, 3/8-16UNC
9003396
2
8
Large Flange Screw, 3/8-16UNC x 1
91262
1
Grade 5
Grade 5
9
Capscrew, 3/8-16UNC x 1
9390-055
1
Grade 5
10
Capscrew, 3/8-16UNC x 2
9390-059
1
Grade 5
11
Locknut, 3/8-16UNC
9928
2
12
Locknut, 1/2-13UNC
94981
1
13
Capscrew, 1/2-13UNC x 2
9390-103
1
14
Indicator Rod =Black=
285773B
1
15
Door Lift Assembly =Black=
285274B
1
16
Roller, 2 Dia. x 1
222118
1
17
Front Door Lift Plate =Black=
281060B
1
18
Shaft & Gear Weldment
281062
1
19
Handle Weldment
281109
1
20
Spacer Bushing =Black=
281145B
1
21
Back Door Lift =Black=
285271B
1
22
Locknut, 3/8-16UNC
9003396
1
Grade 5
23
Large Flange Screw, 3/8-16UNC x 1
91262
1
Grade 5
24
Capscrew, 5/16-18UNC x 4 1/2
9390-043
1
Grade 5
25
Capscrew, 1/2-13UNC x 4
9390-111
1
Grade 5
26
Flat Washer, 5/16
9405-070
1
27
Flat Washer, 1/2
9405-088
1
28
Center Locknut, 1/2-13UNC
94981
1
29
Locknut, 5/16-18UNC
9807
1
30
Spring
TA510035
1
(January 2014)
Grade 5
Grade 5
5-25
1315 GRAIN CARTS — Parts
Auger Fold Components
26
24
9
22
11
1
13
8
16
4
24
6
24
16
10
16
11
3
5
8
14
20
24
14
21
29
29
7
2
3
24
19
16
27
25
12
5-26
23
28
(January 2014)
1315 GRAIN CARTS — Parts
Auger Fold Components
ITEM
DESCRIPTION
PART NO.
QTY
NOTES
Upper Auger Weldment =Green=
285257G
Upper Auger Weldment =Red=
285257R
Pin Retainer Weldment =Green=
285279G
Pin Retainer Weldment =Red=
285279R
Bushing-Tension (Hardened)
9004980
Linkage Weldment =Green=
285322G
Linkage Weldment =Red=
285322R
Linkage Weldment =Green=
285330G
Linkage Weldment =Red=
285330R
6
Pin-Fold Linkage 1 1/4" Dia. x 6 11/16
285373
1
7
Pin Weldment 1" Dia. x 6 11/16
285377
1
8
Pin Weldment 1 1/4" Dia. x 8 7/16
285380
2
9
Fold/Pivot Pin Weldment
285384
1
10
Pin 1" Dia. x 3 1/2
804572
1
11
Washer 2 1/2 OD (Hardened)
9002072
3
12
Slotted Hex Nut 1 1/4-7UNC
9393-023
1
13
Flange Locknut 5/8-11UNC
9003398
1
14
Adapter 9/16-18 JIC Female
x 9/16-18 JIC Male w/ 0.060 Restrictor
9002199
2
16
Split Flange Bushing 1 1/4" OD
9005522
6
17
Cylinder 3 1/2 x 18 (3000psi)
9005599
1
19
Hex Flange Screw 1/2-13UNC x 1 1/2
9005705
3
20
Flange Hex Nut 1/2-13UNC
91267
3
21
45° Elbow 9/16-18 JIC Male x 3/4-16 O-Ring Male
91508
1
22
Capscrew 5/8-11UNC x 1 3/4
9390-123
1
Grade 5
23
Capscrew 3/4-10UNC x 2
9390-145
1
Grade 5
24
Roll Pin 1/4" Dia. x 2
9392-140
7
25
Hex Jam Nut 3/4-10UNC
9395-016
1
26
Flat Washer 5/8" SAE
9405-098
1
27
Flat Washer 1" SAE
9405-116
2
28
Flat Washer 1 1/4" SAE
9405-128
1
29
90° Elbow 9/16-18 JIC Male x 3/4-16 O-Ring Male
9874
2
1
2
3
4
5
(January 2014)
1
1
2
1
1
Grade 2
Grade 5
5-27
1315 GRAIN CARTS — Parts
Auger Fold Grease Components
1
2
3
4
3
1
6
6
5
1
5-28
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1315 GRAIN CARTS — Parts
Auger Fold Grease Components
ITEM
DESCRIPTION
PART NO.
QTY
9005072
3
1
Quick Fitting, 1/4” Tube x 1/8 NPT 90° Swivel
2
Quicklink Fitting, 1/4” Tube x 1/8 NPT Straight
9005073
1
3
Tube, Nylon 1/4” OD
9005074
10
4
Quicklink Fitting, 1/4” Elbow w/Tube Stem
9005609
1
5
Decal, Grease
9005743
1
6
Grease Zerk
93426
2
(January 2014)
NOTES
5-29
1315 GRAIN CARTS — Parts
Sideboard Components
ITEM
5-30
DESCRIPTION
PART NO.
QTY.
NOTES
1
Tube, Angle Brace
220032B
2
2
End Cap Weldment, Front
281719B
1
3
End Cap Weldment, Rear
281720B
1
4
Board, Front
285805B
1
5
Board, Rear
285806B
1
6
Board, Rear LH
285807B
1
7
Board, Front LH
285808B
1
8
Board, Center LH
285809B
1
9
Corner Brace
285818B
2
10
Screw/Large Flange 3/8-16UNC x 1
91262
2
Grade 5
11
Nut/Large Flange 3/8-16UNC
91263
20
Grade 5
12
Capscrew/Large Flange 3/8-16UNC x 3/4
95585
20
Grade 5
(January 2014)
1315 GRAIN CARTS — Parts
Auger Fold Cylinder - 3 1/2” x 18”
ITEM
DESCRIPTION
PART NO.
QTY.
NOTES
3 1/2” x 18”
1
Cylinder, Complete
9006557
1
Seal Kit
9006942
1
Flow Control Door Cylinder - 2 1/2” x 36”
ITEM
DESCRIPTION
PART NO.
QTY.
NOTES
2 1/2" x 36"
1
Cylinder, Complete
9005363
1
Seal Kit
9005409
1
Downspout Cylinder - 1 1/2” x 8”
ITEM
DESCRIPTION
PART NO.
QTY.
NOTES
1 1/2" x 8"
1
(January 2014)
Cylinder, Complete
9005135
1
Seal Kit
9005419
1
5-31
1315 GRAIN CARTS — Parts
Hydraulic Components
5-32
(January 2014)
1315 GRAIN CARTS — Parts
Hydraulic Components
ITEM
DESCRIPTION
PART NO.
QTY.
NOTES
1
Cylinder 3 1/2 x 18
9006557
1
2
Cotter Pin 5/16" Dia. x 1/2
9391-046
4
3
45° Elbow (9/16-18 JIC Male x 3/4-16 O-Ring Male)
91508
1
4
Hose 1/4 x 142 (9/16-18 JIC Swivel Female both Ends)
9005576
1
PP to Cylinder Middle Port
5
Hose 1/4 x 124 (9/16-18 JIC Swivel Female both Ends)
9005575
1
CA to Cylinder Clevis End Port
6
Adapter (9/16-18 JIC Male x 9/16-18 O-Ring Male)
9001495
3
Capscrew, 5/16-18UNC x 2 1/2 Grade 5
9390-036
2
Lock Washer, 5/16
9404-019
2
9807
2
9
Locknut, 5/16-18UNC Grade 5
10
Hose 1/4 x 208 (9/16-18 JIC Swivel Female
x 3/4-16 O-Ring Male)
9005574
2
12
Sleeve, Hose Marker (GREEN, Auger Lower)
9003998
1
13
Sleeve, Hose Marker (GREEN, Auger Raise)
9003997
1
14
Male Coupler 3/4-16 Female O-Ring
91383
6
15
Sleeve, Hose Marker (YELLOW, Spout In)
9004000
1
16
Sleeve, Hose Marker (YELLOW, Spout Out)
9003999
1
17
Hose 1/4 x 519 (90° Elbow 9/16-18 JIC Female
x 3/4-16 O-Ring Male)
9005302
1
18
Hose 1/4 x 525 (90° Elbow 9/16-18 JIC Female
x 3/4-16 O-Ring Male)
9005303
1
19
Adapter (9/16-18 JIC Female x 9/16-18 JIC Male)
95193
2
20
Cylinder 1 1/2 x 8
9005135
1
21
Cylinder 2 1/2 x 36
9005363
1
22
90° Elbow (9/16-18 JIC Female x 3/4-16 O-Ring Male)
9874
7
23
Hose 3/8 x 296
(3/4-16 O-Ring Male x 9/16-18 JIC Swivel Female)
9004066
1
24
Hose 3/8 x 260
(9/16-18 JIC Swivel Female x 3/4-16 O-Ring Male)
9005572
1
25
Pin 1" Dia. x 3 1/2
804572
2
26
Valve Manifold
9006529
1
27
Sleeve, Hose Marker (RED, Flow Door Open)
9003995
1
28
Sleeve, Hose Marker (RED, Flow Door Close)
9003996
1
29
Clamp Pair
9003816
9
30
Top Plate
9003814
11
Capscrew, 5/16-18UNC x 1 1/2 Grade 5
9390-032
7
Capscrew, 5/16-18UNC x 3 Grade 5
9390-038
7
31
32
Adapter, 9/16-18 JIC M x 3/4-16 OR M Boss
92927
1
33
Adapter, 3/4-16 OR M x 3/4-16 OR M
98508
1
34
Hydraulic Accumulator, 800 PSI
9006920
1
35
Roll Pin, 1/4 Dia. x 2
9392-140
2
36
Hose 1/4 x 133.5 (9/16-18 JIC Swivel Female both Ends)
9003435
1
37
Reducer, 9/16-18 JIC Female Nut x 9/16-18 JIC Male
9002199
2
(January 2014)
w/.030 Restrictor
CB to Cylinder Rod End port
5-33
1315 GRAIN CARTS — Parts
Directional Spout Components
39
5-34
(January 2014)
1315 GRAIN CARTS — Parts
Directional Spout Components
ITEM
DESCRIPTION
PART NO.
QTY.
1
Sleeve Bushing 3/4 OD x 2 3/8
268571
1
2
Sleeve Bushing 3/4 OD x 8 1/4
268590
1
3
Hose Bracket Plate
268732B
1
4
Spacer Bushing 1 OD x 3/8
268905
2
5
Pin Weldment 1/2" Dia. x 2 5/8
285219
2
6
Sleeve Bushing 3/4 OD x 1.938
285290
3
7
Cylinder Stop Plate
285763B
1
8
Discharge Spout Assembly
285774B
1
9
Chute Strap Plate
268597B
2
10
Hood Weldment
285775B
1
11
Socket Head Capscrew/Flat Head 5/16-18UNC x 3/4
9001688
8
12
Self-Lubricating Bushing 2.25 OD x 1 1/2
9005085
1
13
Rubber Auger Hood
9005143
1
14
Trim-Lok/Flap Seal
9005441
6
15
Serrated Large Flange Hex Nut 5/16-18UNC
91257
8
16
Capscrew 1/4-20UNC x 1 Grade 5
9390-005
15
17
Fender Washer 1/4"
9405-066
16
18
Fender Washer 2" OD
94763
14
19
Serrated Large Flange Hex Nut 1/4-20UNC
97189
15
20
Wear Ring Pad
268282
1
21
Linkage Weldment
285794B
1
22
Linkage Bracket
285797B
1
23
Hood Pivot Pin Weldment
285929
1
24
Flanged Bearing 2" Dia.
9002492
1
25
Locking Flange Nut 1/2-13UNC Grade 5
9003397
2
26
Spring/Compression
9004899
4
27
Cylinder 1 1/2 x 8
9005135
1
28
Snap Ring 1/2"
9005687
2
29
Retaining Ring 2"
91178
1
30
Capscrew 5/16-18UNC x 2 1/2 Grade 5
9390-036
1
31
Capscrew 1/2-13UNC x 3 1/2 Grade 5
9390-109
1
32
Capscrew 1/2-13UNC x 4 Grade 5
9390-111
1
33
Capscrew 5/8-11UNC x 6 1/2 Grade 5
9390-137
4
34
Capscrew 1/2-13UNC x 9 1/2 Grade 5
9390-96859
1
35
Flat Washer 2"
93974
4
36
Elastic Stop Nut 5/16-18UNC
9398-010
1
37
Lock Washer 1/2
9404-025
1
38
Flat Washer 1/2 SAE
9405-086
3
39
Shims
268972B
4
(January 2014)
NOTES
As needed
5-35
1315 GRAIN CARTS — Parts
PTO Cut Out Clutch Components
1
2
8
3
5
6
7
8
4
ITEM
5-36
DESCRIPTION
PART NO.
QTY
Cut Out Clutch (2500 N*m Setting)
9005366
1
Clutch Housing
9005679
1
2
Clutch Hub 1 3/4-20 Spline
9005678
1
3
Spring Pack
9005421
1
4
Washer
9005250
1
5
Retaining Ring
9005251
1
6
Sealing Ring
9005252
1
7
Clutch Clamp Cone Assembly
9005253
1
8
Clutch Cam
9005254
2
NOTES
Includes Items 1-8
(January 2014)
1315 GRAIN CARTS — Parts
PTO Components
ITEM
DESCRIPTION
PART NO.
QTY
NOTES
PTO Assembly Complete
9005341
1
Over-Running PTO Clutch Assembly
9004778
1
2
Cross & Bearing Kit
93857
2
3
Spring Pin 10x80
93859
2
4
Inboard Yoke 1b
93858
1
5
Inner Profile 1bH
9004274
1
6
Outer Profile 2a
94837
1
7
Inboard Yoke 2a
93862
1
8
Cut Out Clutch (2500 N-m Setting)
9005366
1
9
Shield Cone 6 Rib
93863
1
10
Outer Shield Tube Oval
94839
1
11
Inner Shield Tube Oval
94840
1
12
Bearing Ring
92373
2
13
Safety Chain
92374
1
14
Screw
92372
2
15
Decal Out
92377
1
16
Decal In
92378
1
17
Shield Cone 5 Rib
92371
1
18
Decal K64
9005233
1
“Tighten to 75 Ft.-Lbs.”
19
Quick-Disconnect Kit
93856
1
1 3/4-20 Spline w/Metal Collar
20
Cut Out Clutch Lock Assembly
900535
1
21
PTO Front Half Assembly 1 3/4-20 Spline
9004771
1
22
PTO Rear Half Assembly 1 3/4-20 Spline
9005343
1
(January 2014)
Includes Items 21 & 22
1 3/4-20 Spline 1000RPM
5-37
1315 GRAIN CARTS — Parts
Driveline U-Joint Components
2
14
3
12
4
11
13
9
8
7
10
5
6
15
16
1
18
5-38
(November 2014)
1315 GRAIN CARTS — Parts
Driveline U-Joint Components
ITEM
DESCRIPTION
PART NO.
QTY.
1
Joint Cover - Bottom
268852B
1
2
Joint Cover - Top
268855B
1
3
Auger Weldment Assembly
N/A
1
4
Shaft 1 3/4" Dia. x 142" Long
285770
1
5
Drive Shaft Cover 19 1/2" Long
285825
1
6
Complete U-Joint Assembly
9005065
1
Yoke, 1 3/4-20 Spline w/Zerk
9004901
1
91160
-
Cross & Bearing Kit w/Zerk
93857
1
Grease Zerk
92365
-
95011
1
92362
-
7
8
9
Grease Zerk, 1/4-28 UNF
Yoke, 1-3/8-6 Spline w/Pin Kit
Quick Disconnect Pin Kit
10
Large Flange Nut 3/8-16UNC
91263
4
11
Large Flange Screw 3/8-16UNC x 3/4
95585
4
12
Thumb Screw
TA0-908820-0
4
13
Decal, DANGER (Drive Shaft Entanglement)
95046
1
14
Cage Nut - Clip On
TA500592
4
15
Flange Bearing for Driveline - 1 3/4”
9005061
-
16
Set Screw 5/16-24UNF x 5/16
9399-209
2
17
Carriage Bolt 1/2-13UNC x 1
9388-102
4
18
Flange Nut 1/2-13UNC
91267
4
(November 2014)
NOTES
with 1 3/4-20 Splined Drive
Grade 5
Includes Items 15A & 15B
Grade 5
5-39
1315 GRAIN CARTS — Parts
Weather Guard Tarp Components
ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
6
5-40
DESCRIPTION
Capscrew, 3/8-16UNC x 4 1/2
Roll Tube Weldment
Fixed Tube Weldment
Pipe - 180”
Plate - Latch 149 1/2” (Front)
Plate - Latch 149 1/2“ (Rear)
PART NO.
TA0-907131-0
285890
285896
221668
221680
221681
QTY
4
1
1
1
1
1
NOTES
Grade 5
(November 2014)
1315 GRAIN CARTS — Parts
Weather Guard Tarp Components
ITEM
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
DESCRIPTION
Tube Crank Holder Weldment
Bungee 3/8” Dia. x 204”
Plug, 7/16
Tarp Handle Weldment
Tarp Short Stop Plate
Trim-lok
Fender Washer, 3/8"
Lynch Pin 3/8” x 3”
Cap - Plastic (2 x 3)
Cable Assembly, 282"
Deflector
Rivet/Pop 3/16”
Eye Bolt 3/8-16UNC x 1 3/4
Plug 2”
Handle Retainer (Metal)
U-Clamp
Plug 1”
Handle
U-Joint w/ 1 3/8-21 Spline
Tarp 166 x 295
Tarp Repair Kit
Plug 1 1/8
Plug 1 1/4
Elastic Stop Nut 3/8-16UNC
Hose 1/2 EPDM
Screw/Self Drilling #10-16 x 3/4 Pan Head
Screw/Large Flange 3/8-16UNC x 1
Nut/Large Flange 3/8-16UNC
Capscrew 3/8-16UNC x 1
Screw 1/4-20UNC x 1 (Self-Threading)
Roll Pin 3/8” Dia. x 2”
Round Head 3/8-16UNC x 4 1/2 Slotted Machine Screw
Flat Washer 3/8
Locknut 3/8-16UNC
Bracket For Side Boards/Tarp Bow Weldment
End Cap Weldment, Front
End Cap Weldment, Rear
Tarp Bow Weldment
Capscrew 1/2-13UNC x 1
Flange Lock Nut 1/2-13UNC
Carriage Bolt 3/8-16UNC x 1
Screw/Self Drilling 1/4-14 x 1 Hex Washer Head
Capscrew/Large Flange 3/8-16UNC x 3/4
Hex Nut/Large Flange 1/4-20UNC
Truss Screw 3/8-16UNC x 1 Torx Head Machine Screw
Self Drilling Screw #10-16 x 1/2
Tarp Repair Kit
Bracket & U-Nut Assembly
Lock Washer, 3/8" External Tooth
(November 2014)
PART NO.
285727B
221722
9005727
221749
266689B
9000787
9005696
9005305
9003078
9005677
9005307
9003378
9004548
9004947
221770B
9004949
9004968
9004969
9004977
9005561
9005581
9005088
9005089
9398-012
TA806225
9005197
91262
91263
9390-055
9004355
9392-180
9403-098
9405-074
9928
300972B
281719B
281720B
280710B
9390-099
9002058
9388-051
9512
95585
97189
9005312
9001396
9005581
281712B
9005688
QTY
1
1
4
1
8
A/R
4
1
8
4
3
2
1
2
1
9
2
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
9
8
15/27
1
6
1
1
1
1
6
1
1
6
4
4
12
4
8
6
8
1
1
4
4
NOTES
NOT SHOWN
Specify in Feet
Grade 5
Grade 5
Grade 5
Grade 5
Grade 5
Grade 5
Grade 5
Not Shown
5-41
1315 GRAIN CARTS — Parts
Track Axle Mounting Components
5-42
(January 2014)
1315 GRAIN CARTS — Parts
Track Axle Mounting Components
ITEM
DESCRIPTION
PART NO.
QTY
1
Pin 1” Dia. x 4 9/16
250843
4
2
Hitch Bar 2 7/8” Dia. x 18
268289
4
3
Track Assembly Left-Hand
268526B
1
4
Track Assembly Right-Hand
268527B
1
5
Washer 7 1/2” OD
268619
4
6
Track Pivot Shaft 6” Dia. x 16 5/8
268640
2
7
Cover Plate
268643B
2
Axle Mount Weldment =Green=
283854G
Axle Mount Weldment =Red=
283854R
Axle Weldment =Green=
268966G
Axle Weldment =Red=
268966R
8
9
NOTES
4
1
10
Retaining Ring 1”
91192
8
11
Locknut 1-8UNC
92199
22
12
Capscrew 5/8-11UNC x 1 1/2
9390-122
8
Grade 5
13
Capscrew 1-8UNC x 5
9390-193
4
Grade 5
14
Capscrew 1-8UNC x 8 1/2
9390-462
2
Grade 5
15
Lock Washer 5/8”
9404-029
8
16
Capscrew 1-8UNC x 2 1/2
9390-185
16
17
Grease Zerk
91160
1
18
Tensioner Hose Assembly
268345
1
(January 2014)
Grade 5
5-43
1315 GRAIN CARTS — Parts
Scale Components (Optional)
26A
Model
UM410
Shown
SINGLE AXLE/
2-WHEELED UNITS
9006047
WALKING TANDEM
5-44
(January 2014)
1315 GRAIN CARTS — Parts
Scale Components (Optional)
Single Axle and Track Components
NOTE:
Axle Bar
(9004903)
is installed
with “TOP”
facing
down
9006047
ITEM
DESCRIPTION
PART NO.
QTY
NOTES
UM-410 Scale Package,
3-Point Single Axle
284010
Walking Tandem
284011
Tracks and 5-Point Single Axle
268938
UM-520 Scale Package
3-Point Single Axle
251791
Walking Tandem
251792
Tracks and 5-Point Single Axle
251794
Opt.
(Customer
Installed)
UM-520 Auto Door Package
251678
Hitch Casting
282875B
1
Hitch Bar-Scale 3 3/4” Dia. (Ref #404760)
9004910
1
Load Cell-Scale 2.875” Dia.
9004903
4
3
Hitch Pin 1” Dia. x 5 1/2”
282876
1
4
Retaining Ring 1”
91192
2
1
2
For 5-Point Scale on Walking
Tandem, Tracks & Single Axle
(Continued on next page)
(January 2014)
5-45
1315 GRAIN CARTS — Parts
Scale Components (Optional) - (continued)
ITEM
5
7
DESCRIPTION
Spindle-Scale 3 3/4” Dia. w/30’ Cable
Seal (Ref. #37605SA)
Cable Ties 15 1/2” Lg.
PART NO.
9006347
92565
9000107
QTY
4
NOTES
Walking Tandem
A/R
UM410 Indicator/Scale Box
Walking Tandem
251720
SETUP #128120, CAL #40800
1
Tracks and 5-Point Single Axle
8
284287
SETUP #128120, CAL #40800
UM520 Indicator/Scale Box
Walking Tandem
251815
SETUP #128120, CAL #40800
1
Tracks and 5-Point Single Axle
251816
SETUP #128120, CAL #40800
9
Kit Universal EZ Mate
9006049
1
10
J-Block, 6 Port
9004925
1
11
Cable - 50’ Long
9006047
1
12
Scale Power Cord 10’ Long
92452
1
13
Cable J-Block Extension
92453
1
14
Round Head #8-32UNC x 1 1/4
9403-027
3
15
Lock Washer #8
9404-011
3
16
Flat Washer #8
9405-046
3
17
Hex Nut #8-32 Grade 2
9830-015
3
18
Roll Printer Kit Option
254220
-
Not Shown
19
Printer
9003629
-
Not Shown
20
Cable Power Cord
9003769
-
Not Shown
21
Cable 10’ Long Interface Printer
9004734
-
Not Shown
Downloader Kit Option
9003630
-
Includes Items 23, 24, 25, 26
23
Cable 5’ Long
9004149
-
24
Module
9004150
-
25
Downloader Kit Software
9004151
-
26
Interface Cable 1’ Long
9004152
-
26A
Interface Cable, 3 15/16” Long
9006216
-
27
UM410 Mounting Bracket Replacement
9005375
2
28
Rubber Grommet
9001005
2
29
UM520 Mounting Bracket
200159B
1
(Comes with Indicator/Scale
Box)
30
Capscrew 1/4-20UNC x 3/4
9390-003
2
UM520 Mounting Bracket
Hardware
22
(Continued on next page)
5-46
(January 2014)
1315 GRAIN CARTS — Parts
Scale Components (Optional) - (continued)
ITEM
DESCRIPTION
PART NO.
QTY
NOTES
31
Hex Nut 1/4-20UNC
9394-002
2
UM520 Mounting Bracket
Hardware
32
Lock Washer 1/4
9404-017
2
UM520 Mounting Bracket
Hardware
33
Flat Washer 1/4
9405-064
2
UM520 Mounting Bracket
Hardware
34
Screw/Self-Drilling 1/4-14x 1
9512
2
UM520 Mounting Bracket
Hardware
37
Ram Mount Kit
9005936
1
Includes Items 38, 39, 40
38
Ram Mount
9005922
1
39
Machine Screw, #10-32 x 3/4
9005935
4
40
Elastic Stop Nut, #10-32
9398-003
4
273431
Opt.
Interface Cable for CP130 Printer
9004077
-
Thermal Printer Kit for CP130 Printer
9005158
-
Printer (Not Shown)
41
42
Tension Bushing, 2” Dia.
9001917
1
43
Split Tension Bushing, 2” Dia.
9002130
1
44
O-Ring
9005259
1
45
Memory Stick
9005829
Opt.
(January 2014)
Not Shown
5-47
1315 GRAIN CARTS — Parts
Rotational Sensor Conversion Kit #251882B
- Converts UM 410 to UM 520 Auto-Log Scale Systems
15
17
5-48
16
(May 2014)
1315 GRAIN CARTS — Parts
Rotational Sensor Conversion Kit #251882B
- Converts UM 410 to UM 520 Auto-Log Scale Systems
ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
DESCRIPTION
RPM Sensor Hardware Kit
Carriage Bolt, 1/2-13UNC x 1 1/2 Gr.5
Capscrew, 3/8-16UNC x 1 1/4 Gr.5
Capscrew, 9/16-12UNC x 2 1/4 Gr.5
Flat Washer, 3/8
Flat Washer, 1/2
Large Flange Hex Nut, 1/4-20UNC Gr.5
Flange Screw, 1/4-20UNC x 3/4 Gr.5
Sensor Target Tube =Black=
RPM Sensor Flat Plate =Black=
RPM Sensor Bracket =Black=
RPM Sensor Bracket =Black=
Foam Tape
PART NO.
251880
9388-104
9390-056
9390-495
9405-074
9405-086
97189
97420
251881B
252065B
252198B
252199B
252349
QTY
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
14
Proximity Sensor w/Metri-Pack Connector
9006076
1
15
16
UM-520 Scale Indicator
Cable - 16’ Extension Proximity Sensor
9005981
9006131
1
1
17
Cable - Y
9006132
1
18
Hose Clamp
9006183
1
(May 2014)
NOTES
Use for indicator power with
Auto-Unload system - ONLY
Use for indicator power with
Auto-Unload system - ONLY
5-49
1315 GRAIN CARTS — Parts
UM 520 Auto-Unload Components - Kit #251678
16
21
4
2
1
17
9006138
19
22
28
5
26
28
23
29 20
27
24
20 29
25
9005744
9006136
18
9006139
15
9
12
10
5
6
11
15
8
13
7
5-50
(January 2014)
1315 GRAIN CARTS — Parts
UM 520 Auto-Unload Components - Kit #251678
ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
DESCRIPTION
Mount, Valve
Instruction Sheet
Patent # Decal
Hose, Hydraulic 31 1/2”
Manifold - Flow Door
Plug, 9/16-18 O-R MALE
Coil, 12VDC, DIN Connector
Relief Valve
Hydraulic Pressure Switch
Manifold Block
Control Valve
Control Valve
Control Valve
Plug
Coil, 12VDC, DIN Connector
Poly Clamp Pair
Hose, Hydraulic 53 1/2”
UM 520 Door Control Kit
Control Link Module
Harness - Door Control
Cable - Door Control Data
Cable - W/P Power 25 ft.
Screw/Large Flange 5/16-18 x 3/4
Adapter (#8 or to #6 JIC)
HCS 5/16 x 2 1/2 UNC GR5
HCS 1/2 x 1 UNC GR5
Hex Nut 1/2-13 UNC GR5
Screw #10 x 1 1/4 UNF Pan Head Phillips
Lock Washer #10 (.190)
Lock Washer 1/2
Hex Nut #10-32 UNF G2
Elbow 9/16-18 JIC Male; 3/4-16 Male O-ring Boss
Elbow 9/16-18 JIC Male/Female
Operation Overview Instruction Sheet
(January 2014)
PART NO.
251677B
251950
273898
9003113
9005476
9003423
9003853
9005831
9005903
9005999
9006000
9006001
9006081
9006082
9006740
9003816
9005298
9006144
9005744
9006136
9006138
9006139
91256
92927
9390-036
9390-099
9394-010
9401-072
9404-013
9404-025
9830-016
9874
9876
251954
QTY
1
1
1
1
1
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
2
2
2
2
4
4
2
4
2
2
1
NOTES
Not Shown
Not Shown
5-51
1315 GRAIN CARTS — Parts
Video System (Optional)
5-52
(January 2014)
1315 GRAIN CARTS — Parts
Video System (Optional)
ITEM
1
PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
QTY
265770
Video System Kit for Front View
1
Includes Items 1,3,4,5,6,7,8
9004506
Video System Kit for Rear View
1
Includes Items 6, 7, 9
Snap Clip, Adhesive
10
TAAU14007
3
9512
Self-Drilling Screw 1/4-14 x 1
10
4
9006273
Monitor, 7" LCD/LED
1
5
9004510
Cable w/Fuse
1
9005159
Replacement Bracket
1
6
9005160
Replacement Hardware
1
7
9006274
Camera
1
8
265771B
Bracket
1
9
9004513
Cable, 65'
1
10
9000106
Cable Tie
AR
(January 2014)
NOTES
5-53
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