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M A N U A L
By
Art’s-Way International
Model HEAVY DUTY 4000 SERIES
Agro Trend Snow Blower
Operator’s Manual & Illustrated Parts List
598580
Issued November 2015
O P E R AT O R ’ S
MFG
LISTOWEL,ONTARIO
This symbol means ATTENTION! BECOME ALERT! YOUR SAFETY IS INVOLVED. The message that follows the symbol contains important information
about your safety. Carefully read the message. Make sure you fully understand the
causes of possible injury or death.
IF THIS MACHINE IS USED BY AN EMPLOYEE, IS LOANED, OR IS RENTED, MAKE
SURE THAT THE OPERATOR UNDERSTANDS THE TWO INSTRUCTIONS BELOW.
BEFORE THE OPERATOR STARTS THE ENGINE:
GIVE INSTRUCTIONS TO THE OPERATOR ON SAFE AND CORRECT USE OF THE
MACHINE.
MAKE SURE THE OPERATOR READS AND UNDERSTANDS THE OPERATOR’S MANUAL FOR THIS MACHINE.
WARNING
IMPROPER OPERATION OF THIS MACHINE CAN CAUSE INJURY OR DEATH.
BEFORE STARTING THE ENGINE, DO THE FOLLOWING:
1. READ THE OPERATOR’S MANUAL.
2. READ ALL SAFETY DECALS ON THE MACHINE.
3. CLEAR THE AREA OF OTHER PERSONS.
4. LEARN AND PRACTICE SAFE USE OF MACHINE CONTROLS IN A SAFE AND
CLEAR AREA BEFORE YOU OPERATE THIS MACHINE ON A JOB SITE.
It is your responsibility to observe pertinent laws and regulations and to follow manufacturer’s instructions on machine operation and maintenance.
See your Authorized Art’s-Way International dealer or Art’s-Way International for additional
operator’s manuals, illustrated parts catalogs, and service manuals.
TO THE OWNER 1
TO THE OWNER
Congratulations on the purchase of your new Art’s-Way Agro Trend Snow Blower. You have selected a top
quality machine that is designed and built with pride to ensure you have many years of efficient and reliable
service.
Many people have worked on the design, production, and delivery of this Agro Trend Snow Blower. The
information in this manual is based on the knowledge, study, and experience through years of specializing
in the manufacturing of farm machinery. This manual is designed to provide you with important information
regarding safety, maintenance, and machine operation so you can and will get the best possible performance
from your Agro Trend Snow Blower.
Even if you are an experienced operator of this or similar equipment, we ask that you read this manual
before operating this Agro Trend Snow Blower. The way you operate, adjust, and maintain this unit will
have much to do with its successful performance. Any further questions you may have about this product
of Art’s-Way equipment should be directed to your local Art’s-Way dealer or to Art’s-Way International
8350 Fairlane Road Listowel, ON N4W 3G6, Canada, 1-519-418-8005.
SPECIFICATIONS AND DESIGN ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE
Art’s-Way International is continually making product improvements. In doing so, we reserve the right to make
changes and/or add improvements to our products without obligation for the equipment previously sold.
Modifications to this Agro Trend Snow Blower may affect the performance, function, and safety of its operation.
Therefore, no modifications are to be made without the written permission of Art’s-Way International Any
modification made without the written permission of Art’s-Way Mfg. Co. Inc. shall void the warranty of this
product.
In the interest of continued safe operation of this Agro Trend Snow Blower, pay particular attention to the safety
alert symbol(s) throughout this manual.
Art’s-Way International STATEMENT OF PRODUCT LIABILITY
Art’s-Way International recognizes its responsibility to provide customers with a safe and efficient product.
Art’s-Way Manufacturing Co., attempts to design and manufacture its products in accordance with all accepted
engineering practices effective at the date of design. This statement should not be interpreted to mean that our
products will protect against the user’s own carelessness or failure to follow common safety practices nor will
Art’s-Way Manufacturing Co., be liable for any such act. In addition, Art’s-Way Manufacturing Co., assumes
no liability for any altered product or any modified product by users or anyone other than an authorized dealer.
IMPORTANT WARRANTY INFORMATION
The warranty for this Agro Trend Snow Blower appears on page 6 of this manual. In order to establish proper
warranty registration, the Warranty Registration must be completed and returned to the factory. Failure to
comply with this requirement will result in invalidating the warranty!
LIMITATIONS OF THIS MANUAL
This manual contains operating instructions for your HEAVY DUTY 4000 SERIES Agro Trend Snow Blower
only. Any mention of other machinery in this manual other than the HEAVY DUTY 4000 SERIES
Agro Trend Snow Blower is for reference only. This manual does not replace nor is it to be used for
any machinery that may be attached to or used in conjunction with the HEAVY DUTY 4000 SERIES
Agro Trend Snow Blower.
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PARTS & SERVICE
As the purchaser of your new Blower, it is very important to consider the following factors:
A. Original Quality
B. Availability of Service Parts
C. Availability of Adequate Service Facilities
Art’s-Way International has an excellent dealership network ready to answer any questions
you may have about your Blower. Parts for your machine may be ordered through our
dealers. When placing a parts order, please have the model and serial number ready. This
will allow the dealer to fill your order as quickly as possible.
For your convenience, we have provided this space for you to record your model number,
serial number, and the date of purchase, as well as your dealer’s name and address.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
TO THE OWNER
1
SPECIFICATIONS AND DESIGN ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE
1
Art’s-Way International STATEMENT OF PRODUCT LIABILITY
1
IMPORTANT WARRANTY INFORMATION
1
LIMITATIONS OF THIS MANUAL
1
PARTS & SERVICE
2
TABLE OF CONTENTS
3-5
LIMITED WARRANTY
6
SAFETY FIRST
7
NOTICES OF DANGER, WARNING, AND CAUTION
7
Safety Instructions
8
GENERAL8
BEFORE OPERATING
9
DURING OPERATION
9
MAINTENANCE SAFETY
9
HYDRAULIC SAFETY
10
TRANSPORTATION SAFETY
10
STORAGE SAFETY
10
TIRE SAFETY
11
ASSEMBLY SAFETY
11
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
NAME
PAGE
~~~~~OPERATOR’S INSTRUCTIONS: SNOW BLOWER~~~~~
13
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
14
PRE-SALE SERVICE, SETUP, OPERATION, & POST-SALE SERVICE
15
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
16
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
17
~~~~~ILLUSTRATED PARTS LIST: SNOW BLOWER~~~~~
19
BLOWER ASSEMBLY
20
BLOWER ASSEMBLY (CONTINUED)
22
HOOD TURNER ASSEMBLY
24
PROCEDURE TO MOUNT THE HYDRAULIC TURNER
25
HYDRAULIC TURNER ASSEMBLY
26
P.T.O. ASSEMBLY (EG SHAFTS)
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WARRANTY POLICY
Warranty Coverage
Warranty covers all defects in workmanship or materials on your Agro Trend Mfg. equipment under
normal use.
Warranty Period
The warranty coverage runs for 12 months from the date of purchase. The warranty applies only to
the original owner and is not transferable to another party. The dealer must perform pre-delivery
inspection prior to delivery or warranty shall be void.
How To Obtain
Customer will return his unit to his local dealer. If the dealer agrees with warranty, then he must
notify Agro Trend Mfg. and receive pre-authorization. The dealer will then send the parts and proof of
purchase within 21 days of authorization to Agro Trend Mfg. prepaid for inspection and final approval.
Not Covered By This Warranty
Agro Trend Mfg. will not assume any expense or liability for repairs made outside our plant without
consent. We are not responsible for damage to any associated equipment or product and will not be liable
for loss of profit or other special damages including personal injury.
The obligation of this warranty is in lieu of all other warranties, expressed or implied. Damages caused
by normal wear and tear, misuse, abuse, neglect, accident or improper maintenance are not covered by
this warranty.
Agro Trend Mfg, reserves the right to make changes in design and improvements upon its products
without imposing any obligation upon itself to install the same upon its existing products, or products in
the process of manufacture.
Terms & Conditions
Standard
Net 15 and 30 days from date of invoiced and subject to prior credit approval and arrangements.
Interest at the rate of 2% per month will be charged on past due accounts.
Conditions
LISTOWEL,
ONTARIO.
ALL goods are F.O.B. Clifford,
Ontario.
Returned Goods
No merchandise is to be returned without written authorization from Agro Trend Mfg. Returned
goods with written authorization must be pre-paid and will be subject to a minimum 20% restocking
charge.
01/26/2001
DIVISION OFOFFICE:
ROJAC INDUSTRIES
8350 Fairlane Road
Listowel,
ONClifford,
N4W 3G6,
Canada,
Plant:
12 Mill St.,
Ont. N0G
1M0 1-519-418-8005
Office / Mail: Box 86, Listowel, Ont. N4W 3H2
Telephone: (519) 327-8005 Fax: (519) 327-8750
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SAFETY FIRST
Most accidents can be prevented if the operator:
Safety features and instructions for the Blower
are detailed in the Safety Guidelines section of
this Operator’s Manual. It is the responsibility of
the owner to ensure that all operators read and
understand the manual before they are allowed to
operate the Snow Blower. (Occupational Safety and
Health Administration (OSHA) regulations 1928.57).
1. Fully understands how the machine functions.
NOTICES OF DANGER, WARNING, AND CAUTION
2. Can anticipate situations which may produce
problems.
Signal Words: Note the use of signal words DANGER,
WARNING, and CAUTION on the Blower and in this
manual. The appropriate signal word for each has
been selected using the following guidelines:
SAFETY
INSTRUCTIONS
“A careful operator is the best insurance against an
accident.” Quote from the National Safety Council.
3. Can make necessary corrections before
problems develop.
THIS SYMBOL MEANS ATTENTION!
BECOME ALERT!
YOUR SAFETY IS INVOLVED!
DANGER
Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not avoided,
will result in death or serious injury.
WARNING
Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not avoided,
could result in death or serious injury.
CAUTION
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if
not avoided, could result in minor or moderate injury.
NOTICE
- Universal Safety Alert Symbol
The American Society of Agricultural Engineers has
adopted the Universal Safety Alert Symbol as a way
to identify areas of potential danger if the equipment
is not operated correctly. Please be alert whenever
you see this symbol in the manuals or on your
Blower.
Art’s-Way
International
strives
to
make
our equipment as safe as possible. The
Art’s-Way
HEAVY
DUTY
4000
SERIES
Agro Trend Snow Blower conforms to applicable
safety standards at the time of manufacturing. A
safety conscious equipment operator makes an
effective accident-prevention program complete.
NOTICE is used to address practices not related to
physical injury.
SAFETY
INSTRUCTIONS
Safety instructions (or equivalent) signs indicate
specific safety-related instructions or procedures.
Note: Contains additional information important
to a procedure and will be found within the
regular text body of this manual.
GENERAL
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Most work related accidents are caused
by failure to observe basic safety rules
or precautions. An accident can often
be avoided by recognizing potentially
hazardous situations before an accident
occurs. As you operate and maintain
the Snow Blower you must be alert to
potential hazards. You should also have
the necessary training, skills, and tools to
perform any assembly procedure.
Improper operation and/or maintenance
of this unit could cause a dangerous
situation that results in injury or death.
Do not use this unit until you read and
understand the information contained in
this manual. Do not use this equipment
for anything other than its intended
purpose.
afety precautions and warnings
S
are provided in this manual and on
the unit. If these hazard warnings
are not heeded, bodily injury or
death could occur to you or to other
persons.
Art’s-Way
International
cannot
anticipate every possible circumstance
that might involve a potential hazard.
The warnings in this manual and on the
product are, therefore, not all-inclusive.
If a method of operation not specifically
recommended by us is used, you must
satisfy yourself that it is safe for you
and for others. You should also ensure
that the unit will not be damaged or be
made unsafe by the methods that you
choose.
The information, specifications, and
illustrations in this manual are based on
the information that was available at the
time this material was written and can
change at any time.
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Safety Alert Symbols
This is the safety alert symbol. It
is used to alert you to potential
personal injury hazards. Obey all
safety messages that follow this
symbol to avoid possible injury or
death.
This manual contains DANGERS,
WARNINGS, CAUTIONS, NOTICES,
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS, and NOTES
which must be followed to prevent the
possibility of improper service, damage to
the equipment, personal injury, or death.
The following key words call the readers
attention to potential hazards.
Hazards are identified by the “Safety
Alert Symbol” and followed by a signal
word such as “DANGER”, “WARNING”, or
“CAUTION”.
SAFETY
INSTRUCTIONS
Remember: “The Best Operator is a Safe Operator”
CAUTION
Read and understand the operator’s manual and all the safety
decals before operating the
Blower. Review all safety instructions
with all operators annually.
Art’s-Way International
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE OPERATING
SAFETY
INSTRUCTIONS
Do not wear loose fitting clothing as it may
catch in moving parts.
Make sure all guards and shields are
installed, including the tractor power takeoff (PTO) master shield, before starting or
operating the Blower.
OEM
Be sure that the correct implement driveline
parts are used and that they are properly
secured.
Lower the lifter wheels when the Blower is not in
use.
Install safety chain when attaching the Blower to the
tractor.
Clear the area of bystanders, especially
children, when making repairs, adjustments,
or performing maintenance on the Blower.
Do not allow riders.
Put all tractor and machine controls in “neutral”
and disengage the PTO before starting. Follow the
starting instructions according to the OEM tractor
manual.
Operate the Blower only while seated on
the tractor seat.
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Keep all shields and guards in place and in
good working condition.
Keep all bystanders, especially children,
away from the Blower while in operation.
Do not allow riders while the Blower is in
operation.
Do not attempt to unclog, clean, or adjust
the Blower while it is running.
Stay away from overhead power lines.
Electrocution can occur even without direct
contact.
Keep all hydraulic lines, fittings, and
couplers tight and free of leaks. (Refer to
Safety Guidelines – Hydraulic Safety).
Use caution when ascending or descending
on the Blower. Wet shoes or boots are
slippery.
MAINTENANCE SAFETY
SAFETY
INSTRUCTIONS
Follow all operating, maintenance, and safety
instructions found in this Manual.
Before servicing, adjusting,
repairing, or unclogging the
machine, always make sure
the tractor engine is stopped,
key in your pocket, the machine is lowered to the
ground, all controls are placed in neutral, the
parking brake is set, and all the moving parts have
stopped.
STOP
Make sure the unit is adequately supported
with safety blocks or safety stands when
changing tires or performing maintenance.
DURING OPERATION
CAUTION
Use sufficient tools, jacks, and hoists that
have the capacity for the job.
Entanglement Hazard
Keep hands, feet, hair, and
clothing away from moving
parts. Wait for all movement to
stop before approaching equipment.
Before making adjustments:
1. Shut off the tractor, Use support blocks or safety stands when
changing tires or performing maintenance.
2. Set parking brake,
Before applying pressure to the hydraulic
system, make sure all lines, fittings, and
couplers are tightly secured and in good
condition.
STOP
3. Put machine in neutral, and
4. Remove key while making adjustments.
Follow good shop practices of
keeping the service area clean and
dry, and use adequate light for the
job at hand.
Make sure all shields/guards are in place
and properly secured when performing
maintenance.
HYDRAULIC SAFETY
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SAFETY
INSTRUCTIONS
Follow all operating, maintenance, and
safety instructions found in this Manual.
Make
sure
components
the
hydraulic
system
are
clean and in good working condition.
0
in
kept
Relieve pressure from the hydraulic system
before servicing or disconnecting from the
tractor.
Keep all hydraulic lines, fittings, and
couplers tightly secured and free of leaks.
Replace any worn, cut, abraded, flattened,
or crimped hoses.
Do not make any temporary repairs to the
hydraulic lines, fittings, or hoses using
tape, clamps, or cement. The hydraulic
system operates under extremely high
pressure and temporary repairs may fail suddenly
and create a hazardous/dangerous situation.
Wear proper hand and eye
protection when searching
for
a
high-pressure
hydraulic leak. Use a piece
of wood or cardboard as a backstop instead of
hands to identify and isolate a leak. If injured by a
concentrated high-pressure stream of hydraulic
fluid, seek medical attention immediately. Serious
infection or toxic reaction can develop if hydraulic
fluid penetrates the surface of the skin.
Make sure the Slow Moving Vehicle (SMV)
emblem and all lights and reflectors
required by local highway and transportation
authorities are properly in place, clean, and
clearly visible to traffic.
Do not allow riders on any machinery
during transport.
Make sure the Blower is securely attached to the
tractor and install a safety chain to the Blower.
Make sure the tractor brake pedals are latched
together.
Do not exceed 20 mph (32 km/h) when transporting
the Blower. Always reduce speed on rough roads
and surfaces, or when going down inclines.
Use caution when turning and always use the
turn signals on the tractor to indicate your turning
intentions to the other traffic.
The weight of the trailed machine should NEVER
exceed the weight of the towing vehicle.
Check all clearances carefully whenever the
machine is towed.
Lower the elevator into the transport position
before transporting the Blower on the highway.
Stay away from overhead obstructions and
power lines during transport. Electrocution
can occur even without direct contact.
Before applying pressure to the system,
make sure all components are tight and
that the hydraulic lines, hoses, and
couplings are not damaged.
TRANSPORTATION SAFETY
SAFETY
INSTRUCTIONS
STORAGE SAFETY
SAFETY
INSTRUCTIONS
Follow all operating and safety instructions found in
this manual when storing this equipment.
Store the Blower in an area away from
human activity.
Do not permit children to play on or around
the stored machine at any time.
Make sure that the Blower is stored in an area with
a firm and level base to prevent the machine from
tipping or sinking into the ground.
Block the wheels to prevent the machine
from rolling.
Follow all operating and safety instructions found in
this manual when transporting this equipment.
Make sure the Blower complies with all local
regulations regarding transporting equipment on
public roads and highways.
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS TIRE SAFETY
SAFETY
INSTRUCTIONS
Follow all operating and safety instructions found in this manual when working around tires.
Have only a qualified tire dealer or tire
repair service perform tire repairs.
Do not attempt to install a tire on a wheel or
rim unless you have the proper equipment
and experience to do the job.
Do not substitute tires with a lesser road
rating and/or capacity for the original
equipment tires.
WARNING
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ASSEMBLY SAFETY
SAFETY
INSTRUCTIONS
Follow all assembly, operating, and
safety instructions found in this manual when assembly this equipment.
Use adequate manpower to perform
assembly procedures safely.
Assemble the Blower in an area with
sufficient space to maneuver the largest
components and allow easy access to all
sides of the machine.
Use only forklifts, lift cranes, jacks,
and tools with sufficient capacity for
the loads.
Do not allow spectators, especially
children, in the working area.
Explosive Force Hazard
Tire replacement, repair, and/or
maintenance should be done by
a qualified tire dealer or qualified repair
service.
Failure to follow proper procedures
when installing a tire on a wheel or rim
can produce an explosive force that
will result in serious injury or death. Do not attempt to install a tire without
proper equipment and experience to
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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
1. Be sure all exposed moving parts such as shafts
and adapters are properly guarded and that all coupling
devices are securely attached before applying power. Do
not use unless all shields are in place.
2. Do not wear loose fitting clothing in the vicinity of
any moving parts.
3. Do not exceed recommended ground speed,
recommended PTO speed, or recommended horsepower
for the unit which you are using.
4. Keep all persons, pets, and livestock away from
unit when in use.
5. Do not turn discharge chute towards persons,
pets, livestock, or buildings when blower is in operation.
6. Before working on, servicing, or making
adjustments to equipment, disengage power, lower unit to
ground level, shut off engine, make sure all moving parts
have stopped and all pressure in the hydraulic system in
relieved.
Color: Red
Location: Blower Side
Color: Yellow
Location: Blower Back
Stones or other objects may
be thrown great distances
by the auger, especially at
higher RPMs. Do not stand
in front of the blower when it
is in operation.
Do not service, adjust
or repair any equipment
attached to the three-point
hitch hydraulics, without
lowering the unit to the
ground. If work must be
performed
underneath
the unit, block the unit in a
raised position.
Any debris or stones which
are swept into the fan can
be thrown great distances.
Do not allow any bystanders
to stand in the path of the discharge chute.
Shields are supplied for your protection. Do not remove
shields and do not operate the machine unless all shields
are in place.
Do not service, adjust, or repair, until the PTO has been
disengaged, the motor shut off, the unit lowered to the
ground, and all parts have stopped moving. Any moving part
has the possibility of entangling the operator or his clothing,
and causing serious injury, dismemberment, or death.
Color: Red
Location: PTO Shaft
Never go near any moving
parts.
Because
tractor
PTO’s may be accidentally
engaged, never attempt
to lubricate, repair or
couple PTO unless tractor
engine is shut off. Do not
remove shields. Be sure
that PTO shield turns freely
and independently of the
driveline. Do not operate
unless all shields are in
place. Be sure that PTO shaft is attached securely at both
ends before operating.
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7. Do not attempt to remove any obstruction from
discharge chute until PTO is disengaged and engine is shut
off.
8. Do not stand on auger to service any part of
blower, as auger may turn causing either, a serious fall;
or, the blower fan to rotate, presenting a danger to fingers,
hands, or arms in the chute assembly or blower housing.
9. Keep hands and arms away from cables and
turner bar of hydraulic hood turner until engine is shut off.
10. Always look to the rear before backing up.
11. Be aware of the presence of people and objects
that may be obscured from vision by blowing or drifted snow.
Be certain that no children have tunnelled into snowbanks
which are to be removed. Never let children slide down
snowbanks in the vicinity of an operating blower.
Color: Orange
Location: Blower Back
Do not attempt any
servicing of the blower
while the tractor engine
is running. If the tractor
PTO
is
accidentally
engaged the serviceman
could become entangled
in moving parts and be
seriously injured or killed.
Be certain. Be safe. Shut
off the engine.
Color: Yellow
Location: Blower Back
Every effort is made
to ensure that a well
constructed high quality
product
leaves
the
manufacturer.
Again
the
dealer
inspects
and services each unit
before it leaves his lot.
To keep your blower in
good operating condition, please inspect and retighten as
necessary any loose nuts or studs after a half hour break
in period. Thereafter periodic checks will ensure that your
blower remains in top working condition.
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PRE-SALE SERVICE, SETUP, OPERATION, & POST-SALE SERVICE
PRE-SALE SERVICE & SETUP OF BLOWERS
1. Turn hood to point directly behind blower. (PTO
side)
2. Lift hood assembly off and spread a light coat of
grease on outside of blower mainframe pipe.
3. Replace hood assembly.
4. Install hood turner as per instructions.
5. Grease shear assembly, auger bearings, and hydraulic hood turner if installed.
ting height, thereby reducing the possibility of scraping gravel or stones into the blower.
6. Adjust the deflector for the distance of throw
required. Moving the adjusting bar, to shorten the
distance between the pins increases the distance
thrown.
7. Be aware of the presence of people and objects
that may be obscured from vision by blowing or drifted snow. Be certain that no children have tunnelled
into snowbanks which are to be removed. Never let
children slide down snowbanks in the vicinity of an
operating blower.
6. Check oil level in gearbox.
7. Check all bolts for tightness.
SERVICE
8. Check auger drive chain tension and alignment.
Adjust if necessary.
1. Before servicing or adjusting, disengage the PTO,
lower the unit to the ground, and shut off engine.
9. Grease PTO universal joints, shield retaining collars, and inner tube of PTO.
2. To prevent freezing of hood or other moving parts
apply a solution of antifreeze or light oil.
OPERATION
1. When attaching the blower make certain all guards
are in place.
3. Check gearbox oil level on a regular basis. If oil
level is low, use a good quality 80W-90 gear oil.
Change oil after 50 hours during break-in period.
Change after 700 - 750 hours or yearly. Capacity:
Compact - .35 litres; Standard - .6 litres; Farm Utility 1.3 litres; Heavy Duty - 2.5 litres.
2. Ensure that the fan and auger rotate freely before
connecting PTO shaft to the tractor.
4. Grease the shear assembly and hydraulic hood
turner every five hours of operation.
3. Use proper pins and ensure that all connections
are secure.
5. Grease the auger bearings every ten hours of
operation.
4. Engage the PTO at low engine RPM and slowly
increase speed to operating level. Operating speed
will vary with snow, weather, and ground conditions.
6. Follow the chart on the PTO shaft for recommended lubrication intervals on PTO.
5. Adjust the top link of the three-point hitch to
match the ground and snow conditions. Increasing
the length will cause the blower to cut deeper into
compacted snow, but may also cause the blower to
scrape gravel or stones into the fan, which can be a
danger to nearby persons, pets, livestock or buildings. Decreasing the length of the top link causes the
blower to ride back on the skid shoes, raising the cut-
Art’s-Way International 7. Check auger drive chain tension and alignment.
Adjust if necessary.
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OPERATOR’S INSTRUCTIONS: SNOW BLOWER
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
A proper initial installation will give you years of satisfactory service on your equipment. Please read carefully
following instructions which have been specially made to help you and make you satisfied with your purchase.
WARNING:
Unfortunately, snowblowers will be faced with forgotten or hidden objects under the snow, such as: chain, tires, stones,
pieces of wood, etc.… In spite of all our efforts, machines are not built to resist all those conditions.
DANGER: TOO BIG TRACTOR
It is dangerous to use a tractor which is too big or too powerful. The tractor will always be able to overload the blower,
even if the machine is already at maximum capacity. Tractor being very high, too large angles at P.T.O. universal joints will
result, and life of universal joints will be shortened dramatically.
P.T.O. SHAFT ANGLES
P.T.O. shafts are made to transmit power with angles at
universal joints. However, these angles should be kept to a
minimum. Larger the angle, shorter the life of P.T.O. Take
for example a snowblower sold for a tractor capacity of
60-70 H.P., which would be attached to a 60 H.P. tractor,
operating at maximum capacity (60 H.P. continuous).
Previous examples clearly demonstrate that universal joint angle is directly related with life of P.T.O. In order to
reduce angle, it is necessary to increase the distance between snowblower and tractor
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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
If it is impossible to increase the distance between snowblower and tractor, in order to maintain a
reasonable angle at P.T.O., it is recommended to use a larger size of P.T.O., that is a greater capacity
P.T.O. (please refer to your dealer for more details).
For snowblowers of 100 H.P., an additional gearbox is also available that can be mounted on existing snowblower gearbox, which increased the input shaft height, reducing angle at P.T.O. joints. This
gearbox also has an input speed of 1000 R.P.M., which greatly increases P.T.O. capacity.
ANGLES AT EACH END OF P.T.O.
A popular habit is to change snowblower angle in order to obtain a better scraping effect. This practice can become harmful to the P.T.O., angle at each end being unequal. There will be a fan speed variation as well as a drastic increase of load
on cross and bearings. To Avoid. It is recommended to keep tractor P.T.O. shaft and snowblower input shaft always parallel.
SHEAR BOLTS
Shear bolts are built to break under shocks on the fan or on the auger. However, under certain circumstances, this security is not adequate. Example: A sudden high impact shock on the fan may, in some cases, break the fan shaft without
breaking the shear bolt. If the shear bolt breaks, make sure to always replace it with a same category bolt (grade 8.8). It is
necessary to always maintain this bolt very tight, in order to keep the efficiency of the shearing mechanism.
WARNING:
The gearbox fan shafts are made with special alloy steel. Moreover, they are case hardened to increase capacity
to shock load. These shafts cannot be broken under normal snow loads. However, undesirable objects may enter
the fan and either bend or break gearbox shaft. It is understood that gearbox cannot be built to resist every possible overloads, and consequently, gearbox fan shafts will not be replaced under warranty. Therefore, the user of
the snowblower must be very careful.
MAXIMUM LENGTH OF P.T.O. SHAFT
WARNING:
Telescopic tubes of P.T.O. should overlap a minimum length to meet ideal conditions for power transmission.
NOTE: The Following table could be used as a guide to find the maximum permissible length of P.T.O.:
P.T.O.
OVERALL LENGTH
CLOSED
OPENED MAX
TELESCOPIC TUBES
OVERLAP
T20-056P
29:3/4"
41”
5”
T40-056P
30:1/2"
40:1/2”
6”
T50-071P
36:1/2"
50”
7”
T60-071P
37:3/4"
51:1/4”
7”
T80-066P
36"
47:1/4”
7”
T80-076P
40:1/2"
53”
8”
T90-071P
39"
51”
8”
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Item
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Part Number
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Mainframe
Description
1
4096DC
1
4096D
1
Snowblower Model
4102S
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BLOWER ASSEMBLY
Art’s-Way International 5401 - 0603
7001-0314
5415 - 0207
7001-0515
13
15
16
4005 - 42
12
14
4005 - 40
4005 - 41
12
12
4005 - 37
4005 - 38
12
12
4005 - 31
4005 - 36
12
11
12
4020 - 43
7005 - 0404
10
-
4020 - 45
8
9
-
4
4020 - 42 - 01
4020 - 44
3
6
7001-0714
2
7
4001 - 44
4015 - 50
1
4001 - 42
4001 - 43
4001 - 40
1
1
4001 - 39
1
1
4001 - 37
4001 - 38
1
1
4001 - 35
4001 - 36
1
PART NUMBER
1
ITEM
MAINFRAME
HEX BOLT 1/2 X 1-3/4 & L.W. & NUT
BEARING 1-7/16" C/W CAST FLANGE
HEX BOLT 3/8 X 1-1/2 & L.W. & NUT
AUGER DRIVE SPROCKET
AUGER HD1200
CONTRACTORS AUGER
AUGER
CONTRACTORS AUGER
AUGER
AUGER
CONTRACTORS AUGER
COTTER PIN 1/8 X 1
DEFLECTOR HINGE PIN
DEFLECTOR
-
ADJUSTING ARM (REPLACES HYD. CYL.)
-
CHUTE (W/O DEFLECTOR)
HEX BOLT GR. 5 5/8 X 1-1/2 & F.W.
FAN
MAINFRAME
MAINFRAME
MAINFRAME
MAINFRAME
MAINFRAME
MAINFRAME
MAINFRAME
MAINFRAME
DESCRIPTION
16
4
8
2
-
-
-
-
-
-
2
1
1
1
-
1
-
1
1
1
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
1
4096DC
16
4
8
2
-
-
-
-
-
2
-
1
1
1
-
1
-
1
1
1
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
1
-
4096D
8
2
4
1
-
-
-
-
1
-
-
1
1
1
-
1
-
1
1
1
-
-
-
-
-
1
-
-
-
4102S
8
2
4
1
-
-
-
1
-
-
-
1
1
1
-
1
-
1
1
1
-
-
-
-
1
-
-
-
-
4102SC
MODEL
16
4
8
2
-
-
-
-
2
-
-
1
1
1
-
1
-
1
1
1
-
-
-
-
-
-
1
-
-
4102D
16
4
8
2
-
-
-
2
-
-
-
1
1
1
-
1
-
1
1
1
-
1
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
4102DC
16
4
8
2
-
-
2
-
-
-
-
1
1
1
-
1
-
1
1
1
-
-
-
1
-
-
-
-
-
4108D
16
4
8
2
-
2
-
-
-
-
-
1
1
1
-
1
-
1
1
1
1
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
4108DC
16
4
8
2
2
-
-
-
-
-
-
1
1
1
-
1
-
1
1
1
-
-
1
-
-
-
-
-
-
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Item
4001 - 36
4001 - 37
Part Number
Mainframe
Mainframe
Description
1
4096DC
1
4096D
1
Snowblower Model
4102S
4102D
AGRO TREND SNOWBLOWER MANUAL
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4120DC
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BLOWER ASSEMBLY (CONTINUED)
Art’s-Way International 501 - 315 - 962
7001 - 0313
7001 - 0312
4020 - 49
33
34
35
36
7002 - 1004 - 16
5450 - 000512
31
32
-
7001-0712
29
5401 - 0204
28
30
5401 - 0104
-
26
27
5450 - 00043
4025 - 40 - 01
24
25
4010 - 36
4010 - 42
23
23
4010 - 37
4010 - 40
23
23
4040 - 30
4040 - 15
22
22
5420 - 0301 -77
5401 - 0403
20
5420 - 0301 -52
20
21
5415 - 0209
5420 - 0302
18
19
7001-0715
PART NUMBER
17
ITEM
HD HOOD GEAR
HEXBOLT 3/8 X 1 GR.5 W/LW & LOCKNUT
HEXBOLT 3/8 X 1 1-4 & LOCKNUT
FU & HD HOOD CLIP
SHEARPIN 12MM X 65MM GR5
KEYSTOCK 3/8 X 1/2 X 4
HEX BOLT 5/8 X 1
-
PTO SHAFT
-
GEARBOX
HITCH PIN CAT 2
HEX BOLT GR.2 5/16 X 1-1/2 & L.W. & NUT
CROSS SHAFT
CROSS SHAFT
CROSS SHAFT
CROSS SHAFT
IDLER BOLT ASSEMBLY
IDLER BOLT ASSEMBLY
IDLER SPROCKET
ROLLER CHAIN #80 (80”)
ROLLER CHAIN #80 (99")
CONNECTOR LINK #80
BEARING 1-3/4" C/W CAST FLANGE
HEX BOLT 5/8 X 1-3/4 & L.W. & NUT
DESCRIPTION
1
3
6
6
1
1
8
-
1
-
1
2
2
-
1
-
-
-
1
1
-
1
1
1
4
4096DC
1
3
6
6
1
1
8
-
1
-
1
2
2
-
1
-
-
-
1
1
-
1
1
1
4
4096D
1
3
6
6
1
1
8
-
1
-
1
2
2
-
-
-
1
1
-
1
1
-
1
1
4
4102S
1
3
6
6
1
1
8
-
1
-
1
2
2
-
-
-
1
1
-
1
1
-
1
1
4
4102SC
1
3
6
6
1
1
8
-
1
-
1
2
2
-
-
-
1
-
1
1
-
1
1
1
4
4102D
MODEL
1
3
6
6
1
1
8
-
1
-
1
2
2
-
-
-
1
-
1
1
-
1
1
1
4
4102DC
1
3
6
6
1
1
8
-
1
-
1
2
2
-
-
1
-
-
1
1
-
1
1
1
4
4108D
1
3
6
6
1
1
8
-
1
-
1
2
2
-
-
1
-
-
1
1
-
1
1
1
4
4108DC
1
3
6
6
1
1
8
-
1
-
1
2
2
1
-
-
-
-
1
1
-
1
1
1
4
4120DC
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ILLUSTRATED PARTS
LIST: SNOW BLOWER
AGRO TREND SNOWBLOWER
MANUAL
12
HOOD TURNER ASSEMBLY
10
11
4
12
88
9
8
9
9
7
7
6
6
7
6
3
4
3
2
3
4
1
4 1
5b
2
5a
1
2
5b
5a
5b
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PART NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
25
MODEL
COMP
STD
FUS
FUD
HD
1 5401 - 1060
HYD. MOTOR
1
1
1
1
1
2 4035 - 15
HYD. / ORBITAL TURNER BRKT.
1
1
1
1
1
3 5401 - 1057
SPROCKET
1
1
1
1
1
4 4235 - 52
5A 7522 - 0060
5B 7520 - 9515
SHIELD FOR HYD. TURNER
1
1
1
1
1
HOSE
2
2
2
2
2
FITTING
2
2
2
2
2
6 7001 - 0312
3/8 X 1 BOLT GD.5 PLATED
4
4
4
4
4
7 7001 - 0305
3/8 LOCKWASHER PLATED
4
4
4
4
4
8 7001 - 0313
3/8 X 1-1/4 BOLT GD.5 PLATED
3
3
3
3
3
9 7001 - 0302
3/8 LOCK NUT NYLON PLATED
3
3
3
3
3
1/4 X 3/4 BOLT GD.5 PLATED
2
2
2
2
2
10 7001 - 0111
11 7001 - 0105
1/4 LOCK WASHER PLATED
2
2
2
2
2
12 7001 - 0101
1/4 NUT GD.5 PLATED
2
2
2
2
2
PROCEDURE TO MOUNT THE HYDRAULIC TURNER
1. Place the orbital motor (5401-1060) through e the bracket (4035-15) so that the shaft of the motor is
towards the gusset of the bracket and the ports are upward. Bolt in place using 3/8 x 1 bolts and 3/8
lock washers.
2. Turn the shaft so that the keyway is at the 2 o’clock position (when facing the end of the shaft).
3. Place the sprocket on the top of the gear plate on the hood with the set screws away from the hood and
the keyway at the 10 o’clock position ( when facing the end of the sprocket).
4. Put the shaft of the orbital motor into the sprocket, with the key stock in place. This will require placing the
support for the gear underneath the gear.
5. Now position the bracket to bolt it to the turner mounting plate and bolt in place using 3/8 x 1 ¼ bolts and
3/8 lock nuts.
6. Now set the sprocket so that it is in the centre of the holes, looking from the closest edge to the hood and
the farthest edge from the hood. Tighten the set screws on the sprocket.
7. Now take the hydraulic fittings and hoses and attach them to the orbital motor.
8. Place the shield on the top of the bracket and attach it using the ¼ x ¾ bolts, ¼ lock washers and ¼ nuts.
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4
5 &6
3
2
1
5 &6
ITEM
PART NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
MODEL
COMP
STD
FUS
FUD
HAND CRANK / COMP. & STD.
1
1
PROCEDURE
TO MOUNT MANUAL
TURNER
HAND CRANK
1
-
HD
1 4030 - 14
-
1 4030 - 12
-
2 4030 - 15
MAN. HOOD TURNER CRANK SUPPORT
1
3 4030 - 11
MAN. HOOD TURNER
1
1
1
-
-
1
-
-
rank (4030-14) through
the ¼ XSPROCKET
2 X 12 (501-330-697) with the foot1 at the1 bottom1 away- from- the handle en
4 5401 - 1057
5 7001 - 0302
3/8 LOCK NUT NYLON PLATED
2
2
2
-
-
6 7001 - 0313
3/8 X 1-1/4 BOLT GD.5 PLATED
2
2
2
-
-
the crank assembly into the tubing of the other part of the turner (4030-11), starting at the end opposite the
PROCEDURE TO MOUNT MANUAL TURNER
3/8 X 1 bolt to hold the crank tight in the tube.
1. Place the crank (4030-14) through the ¼ X 2 X 12 (501-330-697) with the foot at the bottom away from the
handle end of the crank.
procket onto
the place
gear the
oncrank
the hood
and
the feet
down,
oneofto
turner
mounting
and the other to
2. Now
assembly
intobolt
the tubing
of the
other part
thethe
turner
(4030-11),
starting plate
at the end
opposite the sprocket.
3. Tighten the 3/8 X 1 bolt to hold the crank tight in the tube.
onto
thestill
gearperpendicular
on the hood and bolt
the feet
down,
onetube
to theof
turner
nsure that 4.
thePlace
¼
Xthe2 sprocket
flat bars
are
to the
crank
and
themounting
turner. plate and
the other to the third link brace.
5. Check to ensure that the ¼ X 2 flat bars are still perpendicular to the crank and tube of the turner.
nit attached
to the tractor, check to ensure that the crank is at the desired extension as well as ensuring clea
6. With the unit attached to the tractor, check to ensure that the crank is at the desired extension as well as
clearance
tractor and operator
in the full
range
of movement of the three point hitch.
and operator inensuring
the full
range to
ofthe
movement
of the three
point
hitch.
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P.T.O. ASSEMBLY (EG SHAFTS)
AGRO TREND SNOWBLOWER MANUAL
P.T.O.
LISTING
(EG SHAFTS)
P.T.O. PARTS
PARTS LISTING
(EG SHAFTS)
SHAFT SIZE
ITEM # add the suffix
DESCRIPTION
(ie:
Size 10 - 5450-000010)
NOTE: WhenNOTE:
ordering
“5450”
before
theorder
order
numbers
(ie: Roll
PinRoll
ShaftPin
Size Shaft
10 - 5450-000010)
When
ordering add the
suffix
“5450”
before the
numbers
Ref. #
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
40
YOKE 1-3/8 Z.6 PUSH PIN
022001
024001
YOKE 1-3/8 Z.6 LOCK COLLAR
022324
Ref. # Description
Description
1A
1
20
Yoke
Z.6 Z.20
Push
1B 1-3/8
YOKE
1-3/4
PUSHPin
PIN
Yoke11-3/8
Z.6
Push
Pin
Yoke
Z.6
Lock
1C 1-3/8
YOKE 1-3/4
Z.20
LOCKCollar
COLLAR
Yoke 1-3/8 Z.6 Lock Collar
Yoke
Push Pin
1D 1-3/4
YOKE 1Z.20
RB 1/4 KEY
Yoke 1-3/4 Z.20
Push
Pin
Yoke2 1-3/4
Z.20
Lock
Collar
CROSS JOURNAL
Yoke 1-3/4
Z.20
Lock
Collar
Yoke3 1 YOKE
RB OUTER
1/4 Key
TUBE
Yoke21 RBCross
1/4 Journal
Key
4
ROLL PIN OUTER TUBE
Cross
3 Journal
Yoke Outertube
5
OUTER TUBE
Roll Pin Outertube
Yoke4 Outertube
6
INNER TUBE
Outer Tube
Roll 5Pin Outertube
7
ROLL PIN INNER TUBE
6
Inner Tube
Outer Tube
8
YOKE INNER TUBE
7
Roll Pin Innertube
Inner Tube 9 SHEAR YOKE
8
Yoke Inner Tube
Roll 9Pin Innertube
10 Yoke
BALL
Shear
Yoke
Tube
11
HUB 1-3/8 Z.6
10Inner
Ball
Shear
11 Yoke
Hub
Z.6Z.6
11A1-3/8
HUB 1-3/8
Hub
Z.6Z.20
Ball
11B1-3/8
HUB 1-3/4
Hub 1-3/8Hub
Z.6
121-3/4
PUSHZ.20
PIN SET 1-3/8
Pin set 1-3/8
12A PUSH PIN SET 1-3/4
Hub121-3/8Push
Z.6
Push
Pin
set 1-3/4
12B
INTERFERING BOLT
Hub 1-3/4 Z.20
Interfering bolt
GREASE FITTING
Push
Pin Grease
set13 1-3/8
13
Fitting
14
SHEAR BOLT
Push
Pin
set
1-3/4
14
Shear Bolt
15
COLLAR KIT 1-3/8
Interfering
bolt
15
Collar
Kit 1-3/8
15A COLLAR KIT 1-3/4
Collar Kit 1-3/4
Grease Fitting
16
SHEAR ASSY. 1-3/8 Z6
16 Bolt
Shear
Assy.
1-3/8 Z6
Shear
16A SHEAR ASSY. 1-3/4 Z20
Shear
Assy.
1-3/4 Z20
Collar Kit 1-3/8
Collar Kit 1-3/4
Shear Assy. 1-3/8 Z6
Shear Assy. 1-3/4 Z20
20
20
50
Shaft
Size
026001
60
026544
50
- - 025001
024001
- - 025363
024430
n/a
n/a n/a
015130
n/a
n/a
015011
n/a- 015130
000016
014130
- 015011
150200
- 000016
014006
150100
- 150200
000014
000394
- 150100
130200
015012
- 000394
140100
015024
- 015012
000012
000022
- 015024
014007
025027
- 000022
014012
- - 025027
000022
- n/a
n/a
024013
026004
026004
n/a n/a
000525
n/a
- 000525
000020
026004
- 000020
000511
n/a
- 000511
000628
000525
- 000628
n/a
000020
250016
- 250016
000505
- 000628
n/a
- 24001
-026008
026001
- 025001
026544
026555
- 025363
- 026008
n/a
-016130
026555
n/a
n/a
160028
n/a
-000018
016130
- 015130
- 160028
160215
- 000018
- 015011
160115
- 160215
- 000016
000016
- 160115
- 150200
-016029
000016
- 150100
-016042
016029
- 000394
-000023
016042
- 015012
-026043
000023
- 015024
- 026043
- 000022
- n/a
n/a
- 025027
026004
-026005
026004
n/a
-000525
026005
n/a
- 000525
000021
- 026004
- 000021
000507
n/a
- 000507
000628
- 000525
- 000628
000629
- 000629
- 000020
260006
- 260006
- 000511
- 000628
n/a
- 250016
024430 40
- 022001
- 022001 - 024001- - 022324
- 022324 -- 024430n/a
012058 n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
012130
n/a 014130n/a
012058
012003
014006
- 012058 - 014130
- 012130
000012
000014
- 012130 - 014006- 012003
120200
130200
- 000012
- 012003 - 000014120100
140100
- 120200
- 130200- 000012000012
000011
- 120100
- 140100- 120200014007
012002
- 000011
- 000012
- 120100014012
012005
- 012002
- 014007
000011
000024
000022
- 012005
- 014012
- 012002024013
022010
- 000024
- 000022012005
-- 024013- - 022010
n/a
- 000024 - n/a - 022010026004n/a 026004 n/a
026004
-- 026004
n/a
n/a
n/a
000525
n/a 000525
- 000525
- 000525
000020 - 026004
000020
- 000020
- 000020
000509
000505
n/a
- 000509
- 000505
000628
- 000525000628
- 000628
- 000628n/a
- 000020 - n/a 220001
24001
- 220001
- 000509 - 24001 -
-
- 000628
n/a
- 220001
-
60
Shaft
025001 Size
4002536350
80
028001
80
028423
60
-028004
028001
- 026001
-028428
028423
- 026544
- 028004
- 026008
-018130
028428
- 026555
n/a
018009
n/a
-000343
018130
016130
- 018009
160200
- 000343
- 160028
170100
- 160200
- 000018
000271
- 170100
- 160215
-018008
000271
- 160115
-018023
018008
000016
-000023
018023
016029
-028024
000023
016042
-028037
028024
-028038
028037
- 000023
-026004
028038
- 026043
-026005
026004
n/a
- 026005
n/a
n/a
000021
026004
- 000021
000512
- 026005
- 000512
000628
- 000525
- 000628
000629
- 000629
- 000021
-280001
280001
- 000507
-280004
280004
- 000628
- 000629
- 260006
NOTE:
SIZE add the suffix “5450” before
PART NUMBER
NOTE: WhenSHAFT
ordering
the order numbers (ie: Poly Bolt Shaft Size 10 - 5450-000019)
20
220214
Shields available as complete
40 only.
240214
Shields available as complete only. Parts shown for assembly purposes.
100 series blowers use shaft size 20. 2000 series blowers
use shaft size 40. 3000 series blowers use shaft size 50 for
78 &(ie:
84, Poly
shaft Bolt
size 60
for 90Size
& 96.10
4000
series blowers use
NOTE: When 5450
ordering
add the suffix
“5450”
the order numbers
Shaft
- 5450-000019)
80
286049
- 220214
20 before
shaft size 80.
5450 - 240214
40
NOTE:
When ordering
“5450” before the order numbers (ie: Roll Pin Shaft Size 10 - 5450-000010)
Shields available
complete
only. add the suffix
5450as- 250214
50
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- 260214International 60
PN’S
Shaft Size
5450 - 286049
80
PN’S
50
60
Shaft Size
Parts shown for assembly purposes20
only.
5450 - 220214
5450 - 240214
40
250214
260214
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