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Form Z812
Date 2015August21/C
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INSTRUCTIONS & PARTS LIST FOR SRW03S-25, SRW03S-38, SRW03S-38Q SRW07-38 &
SRW07-50 SIOUX RATCHETS
SERIAL “A”
Read and understand these instructions before operating this tool.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS!
WARNING
When used improperly power tools can create hazardous situations.
Everyone using, maintaining, changing accessories or working near this tool must read, understand and follow these Safety Instructions!
Improperly used power tools can cause injury or death.
Air Ratchet Safety Messages
Power tools can cause flying particles during use.
Wear safety goggles, user and bystanders.
Flying particles can cause injury.
Power tools generate noise.
Wear hearing protection, user and bystanders.
Prolonged exposure to noise can cause hearing loss.
Power tools vibrate.
Avoid prolonged exposure to vibration, repetitive motions and uncomfortable positions.
Stop using the tool if discomfort, tingling feeling or pain occurs. Seek medical advice before resuming use.
Prolonged exposure to vibration, repetitive motions and uncomfortable positions can cause injury.
Risk of contamination from hazardous dust.
Wear an approved dust mask or respirator when using power tools that create dust.
Some dust created by power sanding, sawing, grinding, drilling and other construction activities contains chemicals known to
cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm.
Inhaling hazardous dust can cause injury.
Sudden changes in motion or position can occur while using the tool.
Anticipate and be alert for changes in motion during start up and operation.
Maintain a secure grip.
Anticipate reaction force. Adjust your stance and hold tool securely.
Observe the position of the reverse mechanism before operating the tool and be aware of rotation direction when you press the
trigger.
Sudden changes in motion or position can cause injury.
Risk of entanglement.
Keep body parts away from moving parts.
Do not wear loose clothing and jewelry while operating tool.
Wear protective hair covering to contain long hair.
Do not carry tool with your finger on the trigger.
Remove adjusting keys or wrenches before turning the tool on.
Do not lock, tape, wire, etc., the trigger in the ON position.
Keep handle dry, clean and free from oil and grease.
Always shut off air supply and disconnect tool from air supply when changing accessories.
Entanglement can cause injury.
Flammable vapors can explode.
Do not use near flammable vapors or near a gas line or gas tank.
Direct tool exhaust air away from flames or hot surfaces.
Do not lubricate tools with flammable or volatile liquids such as kerosene, diesel or jet fuel.
Use only recommended lubricants.
Explosion and flames can cause injury.
Lubricating oil is discharged with exhaust air.
Operate tool in a well-ventilated area.
Avoid breathing exhaust air.
Breathing air with oil mist can cause injury.
Electricity can cause electric shock.
Do not use on or near live electrical circuits, or under the influence of medication, drugs or alcohol.
This tool is not insulated against electrical shock.
Electric shock can cause injury.
Work area can contain hazards.
Keep work area clean and well lit.
Stay alert and use common sense when operating tool. Do not operate when fatigued, or under the influence of medication,
drugs or alcohol.
Before using the tool, make sure that a shutoff device has been fitted on the supply line and the location is well-known and
easily accessible so that the air supply to the tool can be shut off in an emergency.
250 Snap-on Drive • PO Box 1596 • Murphy, NC 28906 • USA • Phone: 828-835-9765 •www.siouxtools.com
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Never lay a tool down until the attachment has stopped moving.
Do not overreach. Keep proper footing and balance at all times.
Do not allow bystanders to contact tool.
Keep bystanders at a safe distance from the work area.
Wear appropriate protective apparel, users and bystanders.
Direct exhaust air to avoid blowing air or debris from the workpiece onto the user or bystanders.
When operating in heights, be aware of things below and around you.
When tool is not in use, shut off the air supply and press trigger or lever to relieve air pressure.
If tool is not to be used for a period of time, lubricate it, disconnect it from the air supply line and store it in a dry place with
moderate temperature.
Store tools when not being used in a high, dry and locked area that can not be accessed by children.
Work area hazards can cause injury.
Risk of whipping compressed air hoses.
Attach air lines securely.
Check the air hose and fittings regularly for wear.
Do not connect quick-connect couplings directly to the tool.
Use a whip air hose no longer than 60" (150 cm).
Whipping compressed air hose can cause injury.
Untrained users can create hazards.
Secure work with a clamp or a vise whenever possible.
Use the right tool. Do not use a tool that is too light or too heavy for the work.
Do not force tool.
Operate air tools at 90 psig (6.2 bar, 620 kPa) maximum air pressure.
It is expected that users adopt safe working practices and observe all local, regional or country legal requirements when
installing, using or maintaining this tool.
Improper use can cause injury.
Improper repairs or lack of maintenance can create hazards.
Do not modify or make temporary repairs. Use only genuine Snap-on replacement parts for maintenance and repair. Servicing
and repairs should be performed only by trained personnel.
Do not use the tool if it vibrates too much, makes unusual noises, has loose parts, or shows any other sign of damage.
If tool malfunctions, discontinue use and immediately arrange for service and repair. If it is not practical to remove the tool from
service, shut off the tool air supply, write a warning tag and attach the tag to the tool.
Do not remove any manufacturer fitted safety devices (e.g., wheel guards, safety trigger, speed governors).
If this tool becomes damaged beyond repair, disassemble and degrease the tool. Then separate all parts by material type and
recycle.
Improper parts, repair or maintenance can cause injury.
WARNING
Using damaged and incorrect sockets or accessories can cause flying particles.
Do not use chipped, cracked or damaged sockets or accessories.
Use only power or impact sockets and accessories.
Use only ball-joint flexible sockets. Do not use square block type flex sockets.
When using extensions, hold air ratchet so that socket fits straight on the fastener.
Flying particles can cause injury.
APPLICATIONS
The Sioux SWR03S Series Air Ratchet is a rugged, variable speed, reversible air ratchet that is ideal for many confined automotive and industrial
applications.
It is designed and built to make fast work of light duty fastener turning jobs that do not require more than 35 ft.lb. (47 N•m) torque.
AIR SUPPLY
The efficiency and life of this tool depend on the proper supply of clean, dry air at a maximum of 90 PSI. The use of an air line filter, pressure regulator,
and lubricator is recommended.
Before connecting to tools, blow out the air line to remove water and dirt that may have accumulated.
AIR COMPRESSOR
The air compressor should have sufficient capacity to deliver 3.8 cfm (27 SCFM) at 90 psig (6.2 bar, 620 kPa) at each outlet while the tool is running.
The receiver tank should have sufficient capacity to provide surge balance for each air tool.
FILTER
A filter should be used to assure clean air for the tool. Water, dirt and scale act as abrasives which could damage the air tool. A filter unit should be
installed between the compressor and the air regulator and air lubricator.
AIR STRAINER
An air strainer is built into the removable air inlet bushing located at the rear of the ratchet. To clean, remove the bushing and use an air hose to blow
dirt and other particles from the screen and bushing. Torque the air inlet bushing to 100 in. lb. (11.3 N•m).
INSTALLING SOCKETS
The SRW03S-38 uses 3/8" square drive sockets. The SRW03S-25 uses 1/4" square drive sockets. Be sure that only power or impact sockets are used.
TRIGGER
A trigger controls the air flow valve, which regulates the power and speed of the ratchet. The button provides for variable low speed control with
feathering ability and progressive, high speed control for high torque requirements. The distance of trigger movement directly controls the amount of air
flow to the air motor.
REVERSE MECHANISM
The direction of rotation is determined by the position of the selector knob in the drive body. Be sure the selector knob is positioned fully in either
direction before depressing the trigger. Turning the selector knob to the left turns the nut or bolt in a clockwise direction.
SERVICE INSTRUCTIONS
Refer to parts listing. Use only genuine Sioux replacement parts for maintenance and repair. Servicing and repairs should be performed only by trained
personnel.
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HOSE AND HOSE CONNECTIONS
The air supply hose recommended is 3/8" (10mm) I.D. If an extension hose is necessary, use 1/2" (13mm) ID hose with couplings not less than 3/8"
(10mm) I.D.
LUBRICATION
All models may operate without airline lubrication. However, operating the tool without airline lubrication may reduce tool performance and vane life.
If an airline lubrication is not used, it is recommended that the tool be oiled daily before use to improve performance. Add 2-4 drops of air motor oil and
run the tool for 10-20 seconds to distribute oil through the tool.
For maximum performance and tool life, an air line lubricator, set to deliver 2 drops per minute, is recommended. SIOUX No. 288 Air Motor Oil is
recommended.
For Ratchet Mechanism Lubrication
Lubricate the ratchet head assembly with 2 shots of SIOUX #1232A grease every 8 working hours.
Inject grease through the flush-type fitting on the selector knob until fresh grease becomes visible on both sides of the ratchet head.
MAINTENANCE
Water, dust and other airline contaminants can cause rust and vane sticking. For long periods between tool use, flush the tool with a few drops of oil
and run for 10 seconds. This will help remove contaminants and reduce the formation of rust.
OPERATION
Speed of the tool may be adjusted by turning the regulator, which is located opposite the throttle lever.
WARNING
Disconnect tool from air supply before installing or removing sockets or making any adjustments
NOISE AND VIBRATION READINGS
Catalog
Number
SRW03S-25
Noise* (Tested in accordance with
ISO Standard 15744)
Vibration* (Tested in accordance with
ISO Standard 28927)
*Sound Pressure (dBA)
*Sound Power (dBA)
Uncertainty (dBA)
*Vibration m/s^2
Uncertainty m/s^2
84.0
95.6
3.0
2.5
0.4
SRW03S-38
84.0
95.6
3.0
2.5
0.4
SRW03S-38Q
TBD
TBD
TBD
TBD
TBD
SRW07-38
91.4
103.0
3.0
9.04
1.89
SRW07-50
91.4
103.0
3.0
9.04
1.89
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PARTS LIST FOR SRW03S-25 & SRW03S-38 SIOUX RATCHETS
SERIAL “A”
12
20
33 34
11
32
21
7
8
6
20
10
5
31
19
30
13 14
29
9
28
49
27
4
26
2
24
3
15
25
47
23
1
16
48
22
43 42
17
18
41
40
39
38
37
46
36
35
*Order Quantity As Required
FURNISH CATALOG, SERIAL,
AND MODEL NUMBER WHEN
ORDERING PARTS
Fig.Part
No. No.Description
1
FAR25-8 Ratchet Head
2
FAR25-7 Bar Element
3
PTR200-5 Crank Shaft
4
FAR2500DM2 Ratchet Housing
5
FAR2500-31R Drivebody (SRW03S-25)
(includes items 13 & 14)
FAR2505-31R Drivebody (SRW03S-38)
(includes items 13 & 14)
6
ME1A228 Plunger Spring
7
FAR25-34APlunger
8
FAR25-32APawl
9
ME2A129 Pawl Pin
10
ME7B88O-Ring
11
FAR25-33B Selector Knob
12
ESD1333 Grease Zerk
13
ME1A133 Spring (SRW03S-25)
ESD16 Spring (SRW03S-38)
14
ESD852 Ball (SRW03S-25)
ESD854 Ball (SRW03S-38)
15
FAR25-12A Wear Washer
16
ME1G12 Disc Spring (2)*
17
FAR25-41 Groove Washer
18
ME2C80 Spring Pin
19 FAR2500DM11 Clamp Nut
20
ME11B15 Caged Needle Bearing (2)*
21
FAR2500-35 Lock Nut
22
FAR25-100 Gear Carrier Assembly
23
ME2A122A Pin (3)*
24
FAR25-6 Planet Gear (3)*
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44
Fig.Part
No. No.Description
25
PTR200-3 Internal Gear
26
ME11A12 Ball Bearing
27
PT100-4 Front End Plate
28
PT100-10 Front End Plate Spacer
29
PT100-7Cylinder
30
FAR2500-6 Splined Rotor
31 FAR2500-305V Vane Service Set of 5
32
PT100-5 Rear End Plate
33
ME11A35 Ball Bearing
34
ME7B74O-Ring
35
ME2A140 Regulator Pin
36
PT100-1Housing
37
MR2000-13 Valve Stem
38
ME7B97O-Ring
39
ME1A227Spring
40
ME7B5O-Ring
41
MR2000-6Regulator
42
ME1A189 Compression Spring
43
ME9A14Ball
44 FAR25-11APaddle
45
ME2C82 Spiral Pin
46
78900 Housing Cover
47
PT100-13 Muffler (SRW03S-25 & SRW03S-38)
66191 Muffler (SRW03S-38Q)
48
PT100-2 Exhaust Washer
49
ME6F7 Inlet Bushing
Not Shown: YA905 Boot
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PARTS LIST FOR SRW07-38 & SRW07-50 SIOUX RATCHETS
SERIAL “A”
16
20
19
18
15
17
15 16
26
24
14
14
13
25
46
23
13
10
11
22
12 21
49
37
35
36
34
48
33
47
9
3
45
30
8
28
4
31
29
44
32
43
27
2
1
5
41 42
6
40
7
39
*Order Quantity As Required
FURNISH CATALOG, SERIAL,
AND MODEL NUMBER WHEN
ORDERING PARTS
Fig.Part
No. No.Description
1
FAR7200-11 Clamp Nut
2
FAR72B-8B Ratchet Head Finished
3
FAR7200-7 Bar Element
4
FAR7200-5 Drive Shaft
5
ME1G17 Disc Spring FAR7200 (2)*
6
FAR7200-41 Grooved Washer
7
ME2D173 Grooved Pin
8
FAR7200-9 Wear Bushing
9
ME2A108B Pawl Pin (2)*
10 FAR7200-301 Drive Body (3/8" Model)
BP92122 Drive Body (1/2" Model)
11
ESD16 Coil Spring (3/8" Model)
ME1A28 Coil Spring (1/2" Model)
12
ESD854 Steel Ball (3/8" Model)
ESD855 Steel Ball (1/2" Model)
13
ME2A133 Stop Pin–Pawl (2)*
14
FAR72C302 Pawl PM (2)*
15 FAR72A-307A Selector Knob
16
ME1A168C Compression Spring (2)*
17 FAR72A306A Plunger (2)*
18
ESD16Spring
19
ESD854 Steel Ball 3/16"
20
ESD1333 Grease Zerk
21 FAR72C2DEM Ratchet Head Housing
22
ME11B14 Needle Bearing (2)*
23
FAR7200-3A Internal Gear
24
FAR72-4A MIM Gear Carrier
25
ME2A107 Gear Pin (3)*
26
FAR72-6 Planetary Gear (3)*
27
ME11A46 Ball Bearing
28
FAR72-505A End Plate
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Fig.Part
No. No.Description
29
ME7B76O-Ring
30 FAR72-501ARotor
31
ME1A203 Spring (4)*
32
FAR72B-204 Vane (4)*
33
PD3C221A Cylinder Liner
34
ME2C45Pin
35
FAR72-211 Rear End Plate
36
ME11A27 Ball Bearing
37
PD3C203Plug
38
FAR72C33 Muffler Material
39
74928Muffler
40
ME7B23JO-Ring
41
IM5100-20A Trigger Valve Seat
42
FAR72C200 Trigger Stem
43
IM5100-22A Trigger Valve
44
ME1A226 Tipper Spring
45
74926Housing
46
74924 Warning Label
47
74927-38 ID Label (3/8" Model)
74927-50 ID Label (1/2" Model)
48
09954 Rivet (8)*
49
ME6F1A Inlet Adaptor Bushing
Not Shown:
YA889A Boot For Ratchet Head
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WARNING
Some dust created by power sanding, sawing, grinding, drilling, and other construction activities contains chemicals known to cause
cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm.
WARNUNG
Der durch Elektrosanden, -sägen, -schleifen und -bohren sowie durch andere Bauarbeiten anfallende Staub enthält Chemikalien, die
nachweislich Krebs sowie Geburts- bzw. andere Fortpflanzungsschäden hervorrufen.
ADVERTENCIA
El polvo generado al lijar, aserrar, afilar, taladrar y realizar otras tareas de construcción contiene compuestos químicos que podrían
provocar cáncer, malformaciones congénitas y otras alteraciones del aparato reproductor.
ATTENZIONE
La polvere generata da carteggiatura, segatura, smerigliatura, trapanatura con attrezzi elettrici e simili attività può contenere sostanze
chimiche che causano cancro, difetti congeniti o altri danni all’apparato riproduttivo.
AVERTISSEMENT
Les poussières produites par les travaux de ponçage, sciage, meulage, perçage et autres activités du bâtiment contiennent des
substances chimiques aux propriétés réputées pour provoquer le cancer, des malformations de naissance et d’autre nuisances à
l’égard des fonctions de la reproduction.
OPGEPAST
Tijdens het zandstralen, zagen, slijpen, boren en bij andere bouwactiviteiten komen er scheikundige stoffen vrij die
kankerverwekkend zijn en die bij pasgeborenen misvormingen veroorzaken of die andere vruchtbaarheidsstoornissen kunnen
veroorzaken.
VARNING
Somligt damm som skapas vid användning av verktyg för sandning, sågning, slipning, borrning samt andra aktiviteter innehåller
kemikalier som är kända för att orsaka cancer, fosterskador och andra skador vid fortplantning.
250 Snap-on Drive • PO Box 1596 • Murphy, NC 28906 • USA • Phone: 828-835-9765 •www.siouxtools.com
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This pdf incorporates the following model numbers:
SRW03S-25, SRW03S-25-RP, SRW03S-38, SRW03S-38-RP, SRW07-38, SRW07-50