BUILT WITH QUALITY
AND DESIGN FIRST
ATTENTION:
Depending on what replacement
parts you are ordering, we will
need the following information:
CHIPPER COMPONENTS
Serial Number
Model Number of Chipper
ENGINE COMPONENTS
Brand
Engine Serial Number
Engine Spec. Number
CLUTCH COMPONENTS
Brand
Serial Number
Assembly of Clutch
BRUSH CHIPPER
MODELS 90/150/200
OPERATING & PARTS MANUAL
Model No: _________________
Serial No: _________________
DEALER:
Name: ____________________
Address: __________________
City/State: _________________
Phone No: _________________
Delivery Date: ______________
Engine Make: ______________
Serial No: _________________
Clutch Make: _______________
Model: _________ S/N _______
Copyright 5/11
MANUFACTURED BY
BANDIT INDUSTRIES, INC.
6750 Millbrook Road
REMUS, MICHIGAN, USA 49340
PHONE: (800) 952-0178 IN USA
PHONE: (989) 561-2270 OR 561-2272
FAX: (989) 561-2273 ~ SALES DEPT.
FAX: (989) 561-2962 ~ PARTS/SERVICE
E-MAIL: www.banditchippers.com
MODELS 90/150/200
TABLE OF CONTENTS
TABLE OF CONTENTS
PAGES
INTRODUCTION & WARRANTY ...................................................... 2
SERIAL NUMBER LOCATION ......................................................... 6
SAFETY PROCEDURES .................................................................. 7
EQUIPMENT SPECIFICATIONS ...................................................... 13
DECALS ............................................................................................ 15
AUTOFEED OPTIONS ...................................................................... 23
CONTROLS....................................................................................... 27
TRANSPORTATION PROCEDURES ............................................... 35
MAINTENANCE ................................................................................ 37
HYDRAULIC SECTION ............................................................ 58
CHIPPER SECTION ................................................................. 78
LUBRICATION & COOLANT..................................................... 81
ELECTRICAL SECTION ........................................................... 82
REPLACEMENT PARTS SECTION ................................................. 83
INFEED HOPPER COMPONENTS .......................................... 84
CHIPPER COMPONENTS ........................................................ 98
CHIPPER KNIFE & HARDWARE ............................................. 102
ANVIL & HARDWARE .............................................................. 103
DISCHARGE COMPONENTS .................................................. 104
HYDRAULIC COMPONENTS .................................................. 112
FRAME & ACCESSORY COMPONENTS ................................ 124
FUEL & HYDRAULIC TANK COMPONENTS .......................... 130
CHIP BOX & ACCESSORY COMPONENTS ........................... 134
OPTIONAL COMPONENTS ..................................................... 138
PTO COMPONENTS ................................................................ 145
SERVICE RECORD .......................................................................... 160
NOTICE
IF THE MACHINE HAS A LOADER OR TRACK UNDERCARRIAGE, CONTACT DEALER
OR MANUFACTURER FOR MORE INFORMATION.
NOTICE
IF THE MACHINE HAS A LOADER OR TRACK UNDERCARRIAGE, A SEPARATE (LOOSE)
HYDRAULIC AND ELECTRIC SCHEMATIC IS SUPPLIED WITH THE MACHINE.
NOTICE
ANY PART, PORTION, DESIGN, NUMBER, SPECIFICATION, AND/OR DIMENSION IN THIS
MANUAL IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE BY THE MANUFACTURER.
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INTRODUCTION
The purpose of this manual is to provide the user with specifications and procedures for the operation,
maintenance and repair of this BANDIT product. As with any piece of equipment, safety should always
be a constant thought while the machine is being operated, serviced or stored. In order to highlight
this consideration, the material which addresses safety is proceeded by the following signal words:
Degree of Potential
Injury or Damage
Signal Word
Likelihood of Occurrence
DANGER
WARNING
Will occur if warning is ignored
Severe
Can occur if warning is ignored
Severe
Will or can occur if warning is ignored
Minor to Severe
Important, but not hazard related
Minor
CAUTION
NOTICE
The equipment is designed and manufactured in accordance with the latest product industry ­standards.
This alone does not prevent injury. It is the operator’s responsibility to use good judgement and ­follow
the warnings and instructions as indicated in this manual, on the machine and follow all safety ­standards
per ANSI and OSHA instructions.
WARNING
Improper use of the product can result in severe personal injury. Personnel using the equipment
must be qualified, trained and familiar with the operating procedures as defined in this manual, prior
to operating the product.
WARNING
It is the responsibility of the owner or employer to insure that the operator is trained and practices
safe operation while using and servicing the machine. It is also the owner’s responsibility to ­­­provide
and follow a regularly scheduled preventative maintenance and repair program on the product,
using only factory approved replacement parts. Any unapproved repairs or modifications may not
only damage the machine and its performance, but could result in severe personal injury. Unapproved
repairs or modifications will void warranty and eliminate manufacturer of any liability claims. Consult
the equipment manufacturer!!!
Each machine is shipped with a manual, a customer’s check sheet on the product, and any
available parts & service manuals on component parts not produced by this manufacturer. Additional
copies of these manuals and check sheets can be purchased from the manufacturer, or through the
dealer. Engine parts, service and maintenance manuals MUST be purchased through the engine
manufacturer or their dealer.
NOTICE
The producer of this Bandit product reserves the right to make any ­modifications or revisions to the
design or specifications of its machine without advance ­notice. The producer also reserves the right
to change machine and part prices as needed without advance notice.
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PAGE BANDIT INDUSTRIES, INC.
EXPLANATION OF LIMITED WARRANTY
The manufacturer will not reimburse the customer or dealer labor costs incurred for installing
“bolt-on” or “slip-on” items, such as hydraulic pumps and motors, control valves, flow ­dividers,
belts, sheaves, etc. The manufacturer will provide replacement parts to the customer for
defective parts during the warranty period. Defective parts must be returned to Bandit
Industries, Inc. It will be the customer’s responsibility to install the replacement parts unless
arrangements are made with the selling dealer.
The manufacturer will not reimburse travel costs to servicing dealer unless prior approval has
been obtained from the manufacturer. It is the customer’s responsibility to deliver the machine
to dealer’s service facility, unless other arrangements have been agreed to between selling
dealer and customer.
The manufacturer may elect, at its discretion, to reimburse reasonable labor costs to customer
or dealer for major defect repairs. Diagnostic labor and overtime labor will not be covered
under warranty. Prior approval must be obtained from Bandit Industries, Inc.
There are several forms that must be
­completely filled out and returned to us in
reference to our portion of warranty. Read
and understand the Bandit Limited ­Warranty
responsibilities. Some components on your
machine are covered by their ­ respective
­manufacturers and cannot be handled through
Bandit ­ Industries as stated in ­ Warranty
­Section of this manual.
Use this manual to help you resolve what and
where your problem is, in most cases you
can fix it easily. If you still have problems,
work through the dealer you purchased the
machine through, or contact Bandit Industries
direct if needed.
Make sure the following forms are used, for
us as well as you, to keep track of service
and pending warranty request. It is our
­company policy that all parts shipped out will
be invoiced until the possible warranty parts
are returned with a Warranty Claim Form
completed for consideration.
Make sure the Warranty Validation Form is
completed and sent in to us as soon as you
receive the Bandit. This will activate our
­warranty responsibilities.
If Warranty Validation Form is not on file,
all Warranty consideration is null and
void.
NOTICE
Prior to delivery to final owner and during storage, this machine must be serviced and
­lubricated to avoid damage that will not be covered under warranty, see ­“Lubrication & ­Coolant”
page.
Also, damage or premature failure of equipment components because of incorrect or
­incomplete service and maintenance by the equipment owner will not be covered under
­warranty.
All controls, safety devices, guards, and shields must be correctly operational and securely
in place at all times during equipment operation.
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BANDIT INDUSTRIES INC. LIMITED WARRANTY
(989) 561-2270
Bandit Industries Inc., also referred to as “Manufacturer” warrants this new product to be free of
defects in workmanship and material for a period of 1 year or 2000 operating hours, which ever comes
first.
This warranty takes effect upon delivery to the original retail purchaser. The manufacturer at it’s
­option will replace or repair at a point designated by the manufacturer, any parts which appear to have
been ­defective in material or workmanship. The manufacturer is not responsible for labor, ­consequential
­damages, traveling or down time expenses.
This warranty and any possible liability of Bandit Industries Inc., is expressly in lieu of any other
­warranties, expressed or implied, including but not limited to, any implied warranty or merchantability
of fitness for a particular purpose and of any noncontractual liabilities including product liabilities based
upon negligence or strict liability. Bandit Industries Inc., will not be liable for consequential damages
resulting from breach of warranty.
All parties involved agree that the Owner’s Sole and Exclusive Remedy against the Manufacturer,
whether in contract or arising out of this warranty, instructions, representations, or defects shall only
be for the replacement or repair of defective parts as provided herein. In no event or circumstances
shall the Manufacturer’s liability exceed the purchase price of the machine. The buyer also agrees
that no other remedy (including but not limited to consequential or incidental loss) shall be available
to him or her.
It is absolutely necessary to return the Warranty Validation Form, completely and accurately filled
out, and notify Bandit Industries Inc., in writing within ten (10) days from the date of purchase to
­validate this warranty. If Warranty Validation Form is not on file, all Warranty Consideration is NULL
AND VOID.
This warranty will not apply if the Bandit Chipper is not operated with replacement parts or ­equipment
not manufactured or recommended by Bandit Industries, Inc.
This warranty will not apply if the Bandit Chipper is not operated in a manner recommended by the
­manufacturer. The following examples would void the warranty:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
The completed Warranty Validation Form is not on file.
The Bandit Chipper has been abused, or not serviced properly.
Repairs or attempted repairs made without prior written authorization.
Repairs made due to normal wear are not warrantable.
The Chipper was involved in, or damaged by an accident.
The Chipper was damaged from any type of foreign material.
The owner is responsible for all scheduled maintenance as explained in the Operators ­Manuals.
­Negligence of proper maintenance or any other negligence, accident or fire; nor with failure to
­adjust, tighten, or replace wear items included but not limited to items such as knives, knife anvil,
belts, ­ lubrication fluids, bearings, filters, hydraulic components, loose nuts or bolts, etc. may void
­warranty.
All components and parts being returned to Bandit Industries for warranty consideration must
be ­ complete and assembled when delivered. Hydraulic components and parts must be returned
­assembled with all fluid ports capped or plugged and free of foreign contamination, or warranty will
not be considered.
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PAGE INTRODUCTION & WARRANTY
BANDIT INDUSTRIES, INC. LIMITED WARRANTY
(989) 561-2270
NOTICE This warranty applies only to new and unused equipment or parts thereof manufactured by Bandit
Industries Inc. and is void if the machine is operated with replacement parts or equipment not manufactured or
recommended by Bandit Industries Inc.
All other components are warranted by their respective manufacturers (i.e. engines, axles, hydraulic pumps
and motors, clutches, tires, batteries, etc.) Any machines used for lease or rental purposes warranty is limited
to 90 days from the first day of initial service.
NOTICE Clutch maintenance and adjustments and engine maintenance (air filter maintenance, oil
changes, oil filter maintenance, etc.) are important to your machine. Refer to the clutch or engine manual
for the maintenance schedule. Failure to perform the clutch or engine maintenance will void the ­warranty
with the respective manufacturer, Bandit Industries Inc. does not warranty these components!
CONTINENTAL U.S. INFORMATION PHONE NUMBERS FOR ACCESSORIES
(NOT COVERED UNDER PRODUCT WARRANTY PROGRAM)
Briggs & Stratton (Vanguard) Engines 1-414-259-5333 Caterpillar Engines (Thru 275Hp)
1-800-551-2938
Caterpillar Engines (300Hp & Up) 1-866-228-2111
Continental Engines
1-800-726-8870
PGL Auto Clutch
PT Tech Clutch
NACD, Rockford Clutch
1-800-551-2938
1-330-414-3172
1-800-383-9204
Twin Disc Clutch
Electronic Solutions
I.E.C. (formerly E.S.I.)
L.O.R. MFG.
Miratron Inc.
Omnex Radios
Dexter Axles
Tires
Caterpillar Tracks
Chermack Tracks
Petro-Canada Hydrex XV
1-262-638-4000
1-866-736-6839
1-815-985-0383
1-866-644-8622
1-866-285-0132
1-419-294-4985
1-574-295-7888
1-989-463-4088
1-309-636-1100
1-715-458-2655
1-888-284-4572
Cummins Engines
1-248-573-1592
Deutz, Lombardini Engines
1-800-445-5273
Ford, Hatz Engines
1-800-726-8870
GM, Perkins Engines
1-800-551-2938
Honda Engines
1-734-453-6258
John Deere Engines
1-888-803-9175
Kohler Engines
1-800-854-9273 Kubota Engines
1-800-457-7056
Robin Engines
1-248-399-0002
Wisconsin Engines
1-800-726-8870
Interstate Batteries
1-800-331-2000
(Phone numbers for outside the continental U.S. can be supplied from your phone directory or local Bandit dealer.)
In order to process any warranty claims, it is the owner’s responsibility to report the claims promptly to the
Manufacturer, or our authorized dealer from whom the equipment was purchased.
It is necessary to include the following information on any and all requests for warranty:
1) Warranty Claim Form, obtained from Bandit Industries or it’s dealers, completely and accurately filled out.
2) Dealer from whom purchased.
3) Date of delivery.
4) Serial number of unit.
5) Model number of unit.
6) Engine make and serial number.
7) Length of time in use (hours on machine).
8) Date of Failure.
9) Nature of Failure.
Bandit Industries Inc., reserves the right to alter, improve, revise or modify any parts or products with the
altered, improved, revised or modified parts or products. They also may change design, specifications, or part
prices without advance notice.
Bandit Industries Inc., is NOT responsible for updating or upgrading completed machines with design changes
that are made after it’s production.
Bandit Industries Inc., expects the Customer/Owner to bring their machine to the Dealer/Manufacturer for
Warranty Repairs. The Manufacturer DOES NOT pay Dealers or Customers for bringing their machine in for
repair. Nor does the Manufacturer furnish loaner machines while the unit is being repaired.
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SERIAL NUMBER LOCATIONS
TYPICAL CHIPPER SERIAL NUMBER AND/OR
WORK ORDER NUMBER LOCATIONS
1
2
4
6
3
1
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Beltshield
Hinged chipper hood under handle
Top of throat
Tongue and a-frame side
Top of frame
W/O # on top of tongue
5
4
NOTICE The engine information is located on the
engine block. The clutch ­ information
is ­ located on the clutch plate (if
equipped).
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SAFETY PROCEDURES
SAFETY PROCEDURES
DANGER
The words
Danger, Warning, Caution, and
­Notice are used on the safety decals and ­throughout
this manual, to make you aware of the safety
procedures. These procedures are very important,
read and obey them.
YOUR SAFETY IS VERY IMPORTANT TO US!
This machine is equipped with safety decals, guards
and designs for your protection.
Don’t ever take the machine for granted, ­ always
be cautious and careful when operating your
­equipment.
Read and follow all the instructions in your ­manual
thoroughly. Your safety is dependent on your ­knowledge
of how to operate and maintain this ­machine. You may
obtain additional copies of this manual from your Bandit
Dealer.
Before operating machine, you must have all ­potential
operators; read and understand manuals and decals,
watch the video and follow the ­recommendations.
Regardless of how hard a manufacturer tries to
produce a safe machine, accidents still happen.
Normally accidents are caused by people making
mistakes. They do not read the manual, they ignore
warning decals or do not use lockouts provided for
their safety. This normally happens after the person
has become accustomed to the machinery. In the
initial start up and operation of the machinery, they
are cautious, they are very careful because they do
not understand the machine.
This equipment is intended for use by ­ personnel
who are experienced with similar equipment. ­Always
operate safely. There should be at least two qualified
and trained operators at the work site. They should
be positioned in safe working locations, following
safety procedures and instructions, and aware of each
­others whereabouts. There should, also, be at least
two people on site during maintenance and service
procedures in case an accident should occur. Never
operate any ­machine while under the influence of drugs
or ­alcohol.
Keep children, bystanders and animals clear of
­working area. Never operate equipment that is in need
of repair or adjustment.


Diesel engine exhaust and some of its
constituents are known to the State of
California to cause cancer, birth defects,
and other reproductive harm.
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DANGER
Before starting the machine, take a minute to check
a few things. The machine should be in an area
­restricted from people passing by. This area around
the machine must be free of all objects that can ­obstruct
your movement when working with the machine. The
machine should be checked for loose tools or foreign
objects, especially in the infeed hopper area. All tools
not in use should be secured in a tool box.
WARNING
Operators must at all times be located within easy
reach of all feed control and shut-off devices when the
unit is running. They must be attentive and prepared
to activate the devices.
DANGER
Torn or loose clothing is more likely to get caught in
moving machinery parts or tree branches. Keep such
items as long hair, shirt sleeves, and shirt tails properly
contained. Avoid wearing necklaces, rings, watches,
and especially neckties while operating this machinery.
Make sure the machine is in excellent condition, and
all the guards are in place, tight and secure.
Wear all personal protection equipment and follow
all safety standards per ANSI and OSHA ­instructions.
Examples of equipment: hard hat, face shield,
safety glasses, gloves, ear protection, etc. Do not
wear ­ gauntlet or secured fit gloves. Always keep a
fully charged fire extinguisher with the machine while
­operating or servicing the machine.
NOTICE
Striped reflective tape has been installed on the feed
control handle of the machine. This tape is reflective,
self adhesive and has contrasting colors. The tape
helps make the feed control handle stand out more
and it makes the rear of the machine more visible
to a vehicle behind the machine while transporting.
Striped tape can be obtained through your local Bandit
Dealer.
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SAFETY PROCEDURES
SAFETY PROCEDURES
DANGER
DANGER
NEVER sit, stand, lay, climb or ride anywhere
on this machine while it is running, operating, or in
transit. You will be injured.
DANGER
Pay attention to the direction of the discharge chute
before chipping. Never stand in front of the chipper
discharge chute. Never direct the chute towards
anyone or anything that could cause an accident or
problems. Always stop chipping and warn anyone
that comes near the discharge area. Failure to do this
could result in severe injury. Wood chips flying out of
the discharge chute can be very dangerous!
WARNING
It is very important after you have operated a new
machine for approximately an hour to shut down the
machine and recheck all nuts and bolts. It is normal
for nuts and bolts to loosen once on a new piece of
machinery. If you tighten them now, there is a good
possibility they won’t loosen again. Certain nuts and
bolts should be checked periodically such as anvil and
knife nuts and bolts, etc. for torque and fit.
Most of the nuts used on the machine are self ­locking.
After a nut or bolt has been removed five times, it
should be replaced to insure proper ­tightness. This is
especially critical on the chipper knife nuts and bolts!
After the engine is started, let the chipper disc/drum
turn at the lowest RPM’s possible. Listen for any type
of noise that is foreign. Any steel on steel noise is
foreign. If you hear a noise, stop the engine, find the
problem and fix it.
WARNING
It is very important after you have operated a new
machine for approximately an hour to shut down the
machine and recheck all hydraulic fittings. Retighten
as needed.
DO NOT GO NEAR HYDRAULIC LEAKS! High
pressure oil easily punctures skin causing serious
injury, gangrene, or death. Avoid burns from fluid. Hot
fluid under pressure can cause severe burns. DO NOT
use fingers or skin to check for leaks. Lower load or
relieve hydraulic pressure before loosening fittings.
Relieve all pressure in the system before ­disconnecting
the lines, hoses, or performing other work. Use a piece
of ­cardboard to find leaks. Never use your bare hands.
Allow system to cool down to ambient temperature
before opening any coolant or hydraulic oil system.
In cold weather situations let your hydraulic system
idle for approximately 15 minutes to allow the system
to warm up to operating temperature.
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Never reach into the infeed hopper area of
the machine, there is never any reason to. The
feedwheel(s) are designed to pull trees and brush of
any length into the machine. Pulling a hand, arm, foot
or entire body through the machine is much easier
than pulling a tree. Do not think you will be able to
pull yourself free of the feedwheel(s), they will not let
go. There is absolutely no reason to work inside of the
infeed hopper. If the feedwheel(s) become tangled or
clogged, stop the machine and wait several minutes
before cleaning them out. If there are short pieces, or
leaves and twigs, just leave them until feeding longer
pieces. While the long pieces are feeding, simply toss
the short pieces on top of them. The longer pieces will
take them on into the machine.
A wooden push paddle has been provided to ­assist
in feeding smaller material. It is the owner’s and
­operator’s responsibility to use and keep a wooden
push paddle with the machine and to also secure it
when transporting the machine. DO NOT use any body
parts or any steel devices inside the infeed ­ hopper
area.
If there is larger diameter wood, try to feed it with
smaller diameter wood. Start a small diameter limb
which will partially open the feedwheel(s). Once the
feedwheel(s) are partially open it is much easier to
insert the larger diameter wood.
When feeding larger diameter wood, listen for the
engine to possibly lug down. If it starts lugging down
stop the feedwheel(s) by pushing the hydraulic control
bar to off, and let the engine recover to full speed. If the
­machine is equipped with Autofeed and it is ­functioning
properly, the feed system will ­automatically stop to let
the engine recover. This will help stop the machine
from plugging the discharge chute.
NOTICE
Do not attempt to start the engine or engage the
­ ngine PTO (power-take-off) system on this machine
e
if the chipper disc/drum is jammed or frozen in place.
If you do, you will damage or ruin the drive belts and/or
the PTO which will not be covered under warranty and
will cost you down time and money.
WARNING
This chipper is designed to “HAND FED” only! DO
NOT feed wood with any type of knuckle boom loader,
front end loader, or mechanical device. It will cause
damage to the machine. If this happens, the machine
WILL NOT be covered under warranty.
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SAFETY PROCEDURES
DANGER
DANGER
Avoid moving parts. Keep hands, feet, and clothing
away from power driven parts. Keep all guards and
shields in place and properly secured.
DANGER
Never feed any materials that might contain wires,
stones, nails, metal objects, or any foreign object
which may ­damage the knives and become dangerous
­projectiles.
DANGER
DO NOT feed vines or vine-like material! DO NOT
pile vines or vine-like material in front of the infeed
hopper which may cause you to trip or fall! DO NOT
allow vines or limbs to become entangled with you
or your clothing! DO cut vine-like material into 4 to 5
foot (1.2 to 1.5 meter) length’s, away from the chipper
area! DO stop the feed system before feeding the cut
vine-like material into the infeed hopper! DO use a
wooden pusher paddle when feeding the cut vines into
the feedwheel(s)! ALWAYS be in position and prepared
to activate the feed control handle!
DANGER
DO NOT operate this machine indoors! Exhaust
fumes can be fatal. Never refuel while the machine is
running. Never refuel in the shop or building. Always
refuel in a well ventilated area, away from sparks or
open flames, DO NOT SMOKE. Extinguish all ­smoking
materials. Wipe up all spilled fuel before restarting the
engine. Do not fill above 1/2” (12.7mm) from top of
tank.
To obtain the most from your machine, for the least
amount of cost, it is a good practice to set up and ­follow
a scheduled preventative maintenance program. It will
eliminate many possible problems and down time.
WARNING
Never use jumper cables during freezing ­temperatures.
Tow the machine inside and allow the battery time to
warm up. If the machine must be started outside,
­inspect the battery acid for ice ­formation. ­Explosion
will occur with a frozen battery. If the machine is ­going
to be operated in excessively cold conditions, a larger
cold cranking amp battery may be needed to insure
proper and prompt starting. Never use jumper cables
in a confined or unventilated area. ­Battery acid fumes
are explosive. Battery acid can cause severe burns.
Never expose an open flame or spark near the ­battery.
Keep all burning materials away from the ­ battery.
When servicing the battery, shield eyes and face, and
do not smoke. Service in a well ventilated area.
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Keep the machine in good condition. Be sure the
­machine is in good operating condition and that all
­safety devices, including guards and shields are
­installed and functioning properly. Visually inspect the
machine daily before starting the machine. Refer to the
“Daily Start Up & Maintenance”. Make no modifications
to your ­equipment unless specifically recommended
or requested by Bandit Industries Inc.
DANGER
Before attempting any type of maintenance
­disengage clutch, turn off engine, wait for the ­chipper
disc/drum to come to a complete stop, install the
disc/drum lock pin, disconnect battery, and make sure
the ignition key is in your possession.
ALWAYS install the disc/drum lock pin to prevent
inadvertent rotation. On disc chippers insert lock pin
through lock pin tube on the belly band under hood
rest. On drum chippers insert lock pin through lock
pin tube on side of drum housing.
Simply slide the lock pin into the disc/drum lock tube.
This is to insure that the chipper disc/drum cannot be
started while you are working inside the machine. If
for some reason the chipper disc/drum would start to
turn, it would simply hit the lock pin.
DANGER
DO NOT remove the hood pin until the chipper
disc/drum has came to a complete stop. The ­chipper
disc/drum will coast for several minutes after the
engine is shut down. Always wait at least several
minutes.
DO NOT operate this machine without the Hood Pin
in place. Do not operate the machine with any type
of makeshift hood pin or an improperly installed hood
pin! The Hood Pin MUST be padlocked.
DO NOT operate the machine with the chipper hood
open under any circumstances.
DANGER
The patented “Last Chance Stop” is a means of
­­­­­­­­stopping/­reversing the feedwheels if a negligent
operator does not follow the safety rules and finds
themselves in trouble! DO NOT RELY ON THE “LAST
CHANCE STOP” TO DISOBEY THE OPERATOR
RULES! The “Last Chance Stop” does nothing for
the foolish operator who kicks into the infeed hopper
area.
With engine shut off and all moving parts stopped,
DAILY pull last chance cables to ensure they freely
disengage and reverse feed wheel hydraulic valve.
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SAFETY PROCEDURES
SAFETY PROCEDURES
WARNING
WARNING
The machine was built with a chipper hood engine
disable plug which disables the engine if it is not
­installed properly with the hood pin holding the chipper
hood in the closed position. Correctly installed and
maintained, the engine will not start or it will shut off if
the chipper hood engine disable plug is disconnected.
The chipper hood must NEVER be opened, or pushed
closed if the chipper disc/drum is turning.
DANGER
DO NOT slam the chipper hood to the open position.
This will cause damage to the hinge. If your hinge has
become damaged by slamming the hood to the open
position, Replace The Hinge Immediately! If the hinge
has become damaged it will cause misalignment of the
hood, the chipper disc/drum may then hit the hood and
cause a serious accident! Lubricate the hood hinge
daily.
DANGER
Never turn the chipper disc/drum by hand, always
carefully use a pry bar or wood bar. This will help
prevent the person turning the disc/drum from being
injured should the disc/drum break loose.
A sight hole in the chipper beltshield has been
­provided. If chipper belts are moving do not open
chipper hood. Do not stick fingers in sight hole.
DANGER
Do not work inside the mouth of the chipper or
around the feedwheel(s), until you have installed the
yoke lock pin completely and securely to help keep
the top feedwheel in the raised position. Remove top
wheel springs if equipped, block and chain top wheel
up before doing any work inside throat.
Use Yoke
Lock Pin
DO NOT operate this machine unless all hydraulic
control devises operate properly. They must function,
shift and position smoothly and accurately at all times.
Faulty controls can cause personal injury!
DANGER
Do not work on the machine if the engine is running
with the clutch disengaged. A clutch can self engage
if either the pilot or throw-out bearing happens to seize
to the main output shaft.
There are various types of clutches (PTO’s)
­available for this type of equipment. Make sure to
study the ­original clutch manufacturer’s manual that
is ­provided with the machine and follow its ­instructions
for ­operation, service, and adjustments. Some styles
require clutch engagement to be maintained so that it
takes a lot of force, others will require very little force,
and some are push button, electric, manual lever, or
hydraulic ­activation. Each different style clutch (PTO)
is a very expensive item that will fail if not correctly
maintained and adjusted. It will be quite costly if a
few minutes are not taken daily, weekly, and monthly
to keep the clutch serviced as required.
The operator must take care in the engagement
and disengagement of the clutch, engine RPM should
­always be below 1000 RPM. When the engine has
sufficiently warmed up, bump the clutch handle
against ­ engagement to start the chipper disc/drum
turning. This will have to be repeated until the chipper
­disc/­drum is turning at proper ratio with engine RPM.
Then push the handle all the way in gear until it locks
into position securely. After engagement raise engine
RPM to full throttle. Engaging and disengaging the
clutch at high engine RPM will quickly and excessively
wear out clutch plates as well as bearings. Refer to
clutch manufacturer’s manual for proper service and
­operation.
Use Chain
Use
Wooden
Block
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SAFETY PROCEDURES
SAFETY PROCEDURES
DANGER
NOTICE
Before using the top feedwheel jack, if equipped,
remove the yoke springs. Install the disc/drum lock
pin in the mount tube before using hand jack to raise
top ­feedwheel. The hand jack is only provided as a
means of lifting the top feedwheel, not holding it up for
­service.
DANGER
Always block the tires and the machine tongue
whenever the machine is unhooked for operation.
DO NOT rely on the tongue jack for operational
stabilization.
WARNING
Always stand to the side of the infeed hopper when
inserting material. This will allow you to turn away from
the wood, and walk away, without passing through the
material. Machines should be fed from curbside (right
side) whenever possible. Anytime an operator is near
the infeed hopper, they must be within easy reach of
feed control devices.
To increase production, don’t waste time watching
the material being fed. Once the limbs have started
into the machine, you can walk away and get more
material.
Keep the feedwheel tension springs adjusted
only tight enough to keep the feedwheel teeth from
slipping on the material. DO NOT OVERTIGHTEN!
This will overwork the hydraulic system, and make it
difficult to feed larger material.
Always start the larger end (base end) of the log,
tree or branch into the feedwheel(s) first.
Keep the engine R.P.M.’s at full throttle whether you
are chipping brush or round wood. Lower R.P.M.’s will
cause weak throwing power, and can cause plugging
in the discharge.
Butt End Of
Brush First
Feed Brush
Into Chipper
Turn Face Away
And Keep Moving
Release
Travel
Path
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Path
Tongue jacks or optional rear stabilizers, whether
­hydraulic or manually operated are designed to ­stabilize
the machine. The tongue jack or rear ­stabilizers are
not designed to hold the machine off the ground at
any time. Install secure blocking and / or chocking as
needed. Before transporting the machine, insure the
tongue jack and rear stabilizers are fully retracted and
secured to the transport position.
DANGER
The knives must be securely fastened and torqued
in position. If one comes loose or breaks during
­operation, someone or something may get injured.
DANGER
Chipper knives are sharp and can be ­ dangerous.
It is always necessary for your protection to be ­extra
careful and wear proper hand protection when handling
knives.
WARNING
Check laws and regulations. Know and obey all
federal, state, and local laws and regulations that
­apply to your work situation and the transportation of
a machine this size.
WARNING
Before you begin to transport your trailerized ­machine
follow all of the transportation procedures on pages
35‑36. Make sure that the tongue has been raised to
the proper height and attach the ­machine ­securely to
the towing vehicle. Once ­secured to ­vehicle, locate
tongue jack and secure it in the ­ transport position.
Always hook safety chains to vehicle by crossing
them under the tongue allowing enough slack to avoid
­binding or dragging the ground when making turns.
Check brakes and highway lights make sure that they
are all operating properly. Check that the plug terminal
­functions match the ­towing vehicle for proper operation.
Make sure that the discharge chute is in the transport
position pointed over the tongue of machine and the
transport bolt is securely in its place. Be sure to check
tire pressure before you begin to transport the machine.
Close the folding pan, if equipped for the infeed hopper
and make sure spring latches are locked into place. If
machine is equipped with a vise, make sure to secure in
place and clamp jaws closed. Close and secure any of
the following, if equipped: tool box, ­battery box, engine
cowl doors and side panels, radiator debris screens,
inspection doors, cabinet doors, housing covers, tank
caps and covers, etc.
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SAFETY PROCEDURES
SAFETY PROCEDURES
IF MACHINE IS EQUIPPED WITH A SELF PROPELLED UNDERCARRIAGE
Machines equipped with undercarriage tracks are shipped with a manual from the track manufacturer. Refer
to it for service, operation, and safety information.
WARNING
Do not attempt to operate the machine on an ascending or descending slope of more than 25° or 46% or a
side slope of more than 17° or 30%, it is Dangerous and could be Fatal. This is the maximum slope grade the
machine can be operated on if the hydraulics, self propelled undercarriage, and engine are running at maximum
performance and good traction is sustained.
Maximum Slope Grade
Ascending or Descending Slope
Side Slope
Diagram shows percentage to degree of slope.
Percentage is in vertical feet for every 100 horizontal feet.
WARNING
Any increase from the specified maximum operating angles may cause loss of lubrication function and ­damage
the engine.
DANGER
The machine should never be parked on a slope at any time. The machine can coast or creep causing
­equipment and/or personal injury.
DANGER
Make sure everyone is clear of machine before moving the machine. Stay clear of undercarriage travel system
when the machine is moving.
DANGER
DO NOT entangle feet or hands in undercarriage travel system.
DANGER
Use EXTREME CAUTION when traveling over non-level surface! This machine can tip over or tip backwards
on non-level surface. You will cause engine damage, machine damage and possible personal injury!
DANGER
NEVER sit, stand, lay, climb or ride anywhere on this machine while it is running, operating, or in transit. You
will be injured.
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MODELS 90/150/200
EQUIPMENT SPECIFICATIONS
EQUIPMENT SPECIFICATIONS
WIDTH
HEIGHT
LENGTH
Approximate Dimensions & Weights
(Dimensions & weights will vary depending on optional equipment)
Approx.
Weight:
Model 90:
Model 90 Chip Box:
Model 150 &200:
(Approximate weights depending on engine and equipment options.)
Overall
Dimension:
Model 90:
Model 90 Chip Box:
Model 150:
Model 200:
Fuel Tank Capacity:
Hydraulic Tank Capacity:
3800 to 4600 lbs. (1723 to 2086 kg)
7000 to 7400 lbs. (3175 to 3356 kg) (Not Shown)
5500 to 6300 lbs. (2494 to 2857 kg)
Height: 8’ (2.4m),
Height: 8’ 8” (2.6m),
Height: 8’ 4” (2.5m),
Height: 8’ 4” (2.5m),
Length:16’ 8” (5m), Width:6’ (1.7m)
Length:21’ 2” (6.5m), Width:6’ 6”(2m)(Not Shown)
Length:16’ 8” (5m), Width:5’ 9” (1.8m)
Length 16’ 8” (5m), Width:6’ (1.7m)
Model 90
24 Gallons (90 Liters)
7 Gallons (26 Liters)
Model 150 & 200
29 Gallons (109 Liters)
13 Gallons (49 Liters)
(Approximate dimension depending on equipment options.)
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MODELS 90/150/200
EQUIPMENT SPECIFICATIONS
EQUIPMENT SPECIFICATIONS
TRAILERIZED
3-POINT
Approximate Dimensions & Weights
(Dimensions & weights will vary depending on optional equipment)
Approx.
Weight:
Model 90 PTO 3-POINT:
Model 90 PTO TRAILERIZED:
Model 150 & 200 PTO 3-POINT:
Model 150 & 200 PTO TRAILERIZED:
(Approximate weights depending on engine and equipment options.)
Overall
Dimension:
Model 90 PTO 3-POINT:
Model 90 PTO TRAILERIZED:
Model 150 & 200 PTO 3-POINT:
Height: 8’ 6” (2.6m), Length: 7’ 8” (2.3m), Width:8’ 5” (2.6m)
Model 150 & 200 PTO TRAILERIZED: Height: 8’ 5” (2.6m), Length: 9’ 6” (2.9m), Width:8’ 5” (2.6m)
Hydraulic Tank Capacity:
2300 to
2500 to
2800 to
3000 to
2800 lbs. (1043 to 1270 kg)
3200 lbs. (1133 to 1451 kg)
3500 lbs. (1270 to 1587 kg)
3800 lbs. (1360 to 1723 kg)
Height: 8’ (2.4m),
Length: 7’ 5” (2.2m), Width:7’ 10” (2.4m)
Height: 7’ 10” (2.4m),Length: 9’ 4” (2.8m), Width:7’ 10” (2.4m)
Model 90 PTO
7 Gallons (26 Liters)
Model 150 &200 PTO
12 Gallons (45 Liters)
(Approximate dimension depending on equipment options.)
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DECALS
DECALS
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MODELS 90/150/200
DECALS
DECAL LOCATIONS
Decal locations may vary, these are general locations.
9
3,47
1
2,17
2,23
13,45
49,50
32
38
33,48
8,10,34
31
39
14,23
7,11
15
53
2,17
13
24
27,28,29,30,
37,40,43
12,18,20,
22
21,46
2,23
51
16
41,42,44
39
5,35,36
4,6,19,23,
25,26,52
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DECALS
DECAL LOCATIONS
Modifications and/or additions of decals to this list will happen.
Consult chipper dealer or manufacturer for most current decal package.
LOCATION
NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
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.
SPD-01
SPD-02
SPD-03
SPD-04
SPD-05
SPD-07
SPD-09
SPD-12
SPD-28
SPD-30
SPD-33
SPD-34
ID-42
INST-01
INST-02
INST-03
INST-04
INST-05
INST-07
INST-08
INST-09
INST-11
INST-12
SPINST-13
INST-14
INST-15
INST-16
INST-39
INST-44
INST-46
INST-48
INST-49
INST-53
INST-76
INST-90
INST-95
INST-101
INST-109
INST-199
Avoid Injury Or Death...
Moving Parts...
Lockout All Energy Sources...
Flying Discharge Material...
Log Splitter...
Last Chance Stop Cables...
Do Not Work Under Top Feed...
Do Not Feed Vine-Like...
Do Not Insert Fingers
Do Not Sit, Stand, Lay, Climb...
Do Not Work Under...
Brush Chippers Are Very Dangerous...
Bandit Industries Inc...USA
Remove To Check Torque...
Yoke Lock Hole
Yoke Lock Bar
Arrow
Yoke Lift Up / Down
Discharge Swivel Right / Left
Winch Control Out / In
Selector Winch / Feed
Motor Coupler Guard...
Grease Daily (Arrow)
Push To Reverse
Articulating Tongue Out / In
Flipper Down / Up
Grease Weekly Arrow
Oil Daily Arrow
California Proposition 65
Autofeed Basic Info...
Disc/Drum Lock Tube
Disc/Drum Lock Pin
Hydraulic Oil...Hydrex XV...
Yoke Lift Down / Up
Tongue Up / Down
Electric Plug-In Schematic
Canada Engine Decal
Basic Maintenance Check List
Grease Axle Torsion Arm Bushing...
NOTICE
Some decals are for optional equipment. Decal locations may vary, these are ­general ­locations.
If any decals become damaged, replace immediately.
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MODELS 90/150/200
DECALS
DECAL LOCATIONS
Decal locations may vary, these are general locations.
9
3,47
1
2,17
2,23
13,45
49,50
32
38
33,48
8,10,34
31
39
14,23
7,11
15
53
2,17
13
24
27,28,29,30,
37,40,43
12,18,20,
22
21,46
2,23
51
16
41,42,44
39
5,35,36
4,6,19,23,
25,26,52
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MODELS 90/150/200
DECALS
DECAL LOCATIONS
Modifications and/or additions of decals to this list will happen.
Consult chipper dealer or manufacturer for most current decal package.
LOCATION
NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
40.
41.
42.
43.
44.
45.
46.
47.
48.
49.
50.
51.
52.
53.
N-02
N-03
N-05
SPN-06
N-07
N-08
N-09
SPN-11
SPW-01
SPW-02
SPW-03
SPW-04
SPW-08
SPW-10
Maintain Lubrication...
Service Required Under Beltshield...
Frequently Adjust...PTO...
Decal Maintenance...
Clutch Operation...
Patents...
Adjustable Feed Speed...
Correct Knife And Hardware...
Do Not Go Near Oil Leaks...
Diesel Fuel Only...
Gasoline Fuel Only...
Frozen Battery Can Explode...
Wear Personal Protection...
Hydraulic Winch...
54.
55.
56.
57.
900-8900-30
900-8900-13
900-8900-15
900-8900-16
Basic Safety Decal Kit (Options may require additional decals)
Bandit Model 90 Logo Decal Kit
Bandit Model 150 Logo Decal Kit
Bandit Model 200 Logo Decal Kit
Additional Decals for Machine Equipped With A Chip Box - Consult dealer or manufacturer for general ­locations.
58.
SPD-47
Injured...Dump Box
59.
INST-29
Chip Box Lift Up / Down
60.
INST-30
Selector Chip Box / Feed
Additional Decals for Machine Equipped With A Track Undercarriage - Consult dealer or manufacturer for general ­locations.
61.
SPD-19
...Minimum 10 Feet Away From Tracks...
62.
SPD-38
Do Not Entangle Feet...
63.
INST-125
Selector Winch / Feed
64.
INST-126
Winch Out / In
65.
INST-127
Selector Winch / Track
66.
INST-135
Remote Starting Procedure
67.
INST-137
Remote / Tether
68.
SPW-06
Do Not Attempt...Slope Of More Than...
69.
SPW-07
Do Not Move Machine...Horn Is Blown...
70.
SPW-11
Do Not Leave Unit Parked On A Slope...
NOTICE
Some decals are for optional equipment. Decal locations may vary, these are ­general ­locations.
If any decals become damaged, replace immediately.
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MODELS 90/150/200
DECALS
DECALS
Decals located on your Bandit equipment contain useful information to assist you in operating your
equipment safely. Some of the decals on your machine and their location are shown in this section.
It is very important that all decals remain in place and in good condition on your machine. Please follow the
care and instructions given below:
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
You should use soap and water to keep your decals clean. Never use mineral spirits or any
other abrasive cleaners.
Replace immediately any missing or damaged decals. The location the decal is going to be
applied to must be clean and dry, and at least 40°F (5°C) before applying decal.
When the need arises to replace a machine component with a decal attached, be sure and
replace the decal.
Replacement decals are available, and can be purchased from the manufacturer or your
Bandit Dealer.
Combination English / Spanish decals are typically standard. Other foreign language decals are ­
available and may be purchased. Mail translated decals required to Bandit Industries, Inc.
EXAMPLES:

THE CLUTCH HANDLE SHOULD NOT
BE ENGAGED OR DISENGAGED AT
SPEEDS ABOVE 1000 RPM’S.
DO NOT operate this Clutch/PTO unless proper adjustments and
lubrication are maintained per the Clutch/PTO Manufacturer’s Manual.
Different brands and models require different service and operation
procedures. New Clutch/PTO’s require more frequent adjustment.
GOOD OPERATORS
DON’T WASTE MONEY!
Clutches will fail, glaze over, and burn up from
improper adjustment. This will cost the owner of this
machine thousands of dollars to repair. A well
maintained, correctly adjusted clutch should function
properly for years.
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DECALS
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DECALS
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MODELS 90/150/200
AUTOFEED OPTIONS
AUTOFEED OPTIONS
AUTOFEED SYSTEM
Consult the original manufacturer’s manual for your chippers
Autofeed operating and maintenance procedures
When processing material through the chipper, the feed system will automatically stop when the
engine drops below a preset RPM point. The engine is constantly being monitored by an adjustable
electronic speed switch. The switch can be adjusted so that at a given RPM, an electronic relay ­system
will operate the hydraulic solenoid valves to stop the feedwheels until the engine has recovered speed.
The patented “Autofeed Plus” system will reverse the feedwheels for a set period of time and then stop
until the engine has recovered speed. Both autofeed systems will then automatically turn the feed on
to resume forward travel.
Due to required components and equipment options a machine may have various types or brands
of autofeed systems. Each chipper is shipped with the original manufacturer’s manual for the autofeed
system it is equipped with.
For the approximate autofeed settings on all optional autofeed systems refer to page 26 of the
­chipper manual. For part numbers on the hydraulic portion of the autofeed systems refer to pages
118 & 119 of the chipper manual.
Do not power wash the digital tach hour meters. Pressure causes unwarranted damage. Do not
spray tach, this will void warranty.
PART NUMBERS FOR AUTOFEED DIGITAL TACH HOUR METERS
IEC (formerly ESI Intelli-Feed)
Part Number: 900-2908-11
For Service Call
1-815-985-0383
Electronic Solutions
Part Number: 900-2904-85
For Service Call
1-866-736-6839
No longer
used.
L.O.R. MFG.
Part Number: 900-2906-82L
For Service Call
1-866-644-8622
Miratron Inc.
Part Number: 900-2910-68
For Service Call
1-866-285-0132
No longer
used.
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MODELS 90/150/200
AUTOFEED OPTIONS
AUTOFEED TERMINOLOGY
PPR
Pulses per revolution. On magnetic pick-up machines, this setting will be the number of teeth
on the gear or sprocket it is reading. On alternator pick-up machines, the setting will need to
be obtained from your local dealer or Bandit Industries.
Mag Pick-up
Magnetic pick-up, also called pick-up probe. This is normally located screwed into the flywheel
housing on the engine block. It can also be found on the clutch housing or chipper shaft. See
Figure 1.
Dump Block
This block is used in most cases. It is located near the fender on the frame of the chipper. An easy
way to find it is by following the hydraulic hose from the pump. The block will be the first thing it is
hooked into. This block also contains the main relief. When the solenoid is activated (indicated by
the light in the connector) the ­feedwheel(s) are stopped by the autofeed system. See Figure 2.
Reverse Valve
Located on the infeed hopper of the chipper. It can be recognized by a valve with one solenoid
­bolted on a square block. The solenoid is approximately 2-1/2” (63.5mm) diameter x 2-3/4” (69.9mm)
long. It will have two wires coming from it or on the newer machines it will have a ­connector with
a light screwed to it. When the solenoid is activated (indicated by the light in the connector) the
­feedwheel(s) are reversed by the autofeed plus system. See Figure 3.
Dual Coil
Reverse Valve
Normally seen on bigger machines such as 280, 1850, 1890, 1990, 2090, etc. and special options.
This will normally be located on the infeed hopper of the machine. It can recognized by a valve
with two solenoids bolted on a square block. The solenoid is approximately 2-1/2” (63.5mm)
diameter x 2-3/4” (69.9mm) long. It will have two wires coming from it or on the newer machines
it will have a connector with a light screwed to it. The feed coil must have power (indicated by
the light in the connector) for the feedwheels to feed and pull material in. See Figure 4.
Solenoid
Electronically activated to produce a magnetic pull which shifts the spool inside the hydraulic valve.
Shifting of the spool changes oil flow direction from operating forward or dumping oil to tank.
High
High or HI is the setting when the feedwheels will turn back on (feeding operation).
Low
Low or LO is the setting when the autofeed will reverse (if equipped) the feedwheels and then
turn the feedwheels off.
Back
Amount of time in seconds the feedwheels will back the wood away from the cutter disc/drum.
Normally this will be set at .3 seconds.
Figure 1
Figure 2
Autofeed Dump
Cartridge/Solenoid
Connector
With Light
Figure 3
Figure 4
Connector
With Light
Connector
With Light
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AUTOFEED OPTIONS
TROUBLE SHOOTING GUIDE
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSE
SOLUTION
No Display
-Gauge not getting power.
-Check continuity of Red wire to a clean power source.
-Check 7.5 amp fuse.
-Check connection at engine disable plug at hood pin.
-Check key switch for switched power in and out.
-Gauge not properly grounded. -Check continuity of Black wire to ground connection.
Feedwheels
Do Not Stop
(­Autofeed Doesn’t
Activate)
Feedwheels Do
Not Re-engage
No Signal
Gauge Jumped
Program
-Dead Battery.
-Charge or replace.
-Loose chipper belts.
-Tighten or replace per manual specifications.
-Clutch slipping.
-Adjust per clutch manufacturer’s recommendations.
-Sticky dump cartridge.
-Lightly tap on dump block to free up.
-Take cartridge out and clean free of debris.
-Replace solenoid and/or cartridge.
-No power to dump valve
solenoid.
-Check fuse on dump valve signal wire (if equipped).
-Check continuity on the dump valve wire (normally green wire).
-Faulty tach.
-Check autofeed tachometer settings.
-Low or “LO” setting wrong.
-Check autofeed tachometer settings.
-Engine RPM not reaching HI -Check for stretched or out of adjustment throttle set point on tach.
cable. This would not let engine reach full RPM.
-Check HI RPM setting on gauge to make sure it is not set too close to full RPM of engine. HI setting should be 150 to 200 RPM below full engine RPM.
-Sticky dump cartridge.
-Lightly tap on dump block to free up.
-Take cartridge out and clean free of debris.
-Replace solenoid and/or cartridge.
-System pressure.
-Check and readjust per manual specifications.
-Faulty tach.
-Consult local dealer or Bandit Industries.
-Engine not running.
-Normal operating condition.
-Bad signal wire.
-Check continuity on the signal wire (white wire in
autofeed harness).
-No signal from alternator.
-Check for at least 3.5 VAC output at idle and 10-12 VAC at HI RPM.
-No signal from mag pick-up.
-Check for approx. 2-7 VAC at idle and approx. 14-20 VAC
at HI RPM. Testing must be done at the two wires ­coming
out of mag pick-up after ­disconnecting. Remove and clean
off magnet at end. ­­Reinstall by turning it in until it bottoms
out. Then back off ­approx. 1/2 a turn. Lock with jam nut.
-Bad mag pick-up.
-Replace mag pick-up.
-Low voltage to tach.
-Check engine disable plug at hood. Clean and check
for tight connection. Re-install using dielectric grease.
-Shorts in wire harness.
-Check for possible worn wires or loose connections.
-Faulty ground.
-Check black wire for a good ground.
-Faulty tach.
-Consult local dealer or Bandit Industries.
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MODELS 90/150/200
AUTOFEED OPTIONS
TROUBLE SHOOTING GUIDE cont.
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSE
SOLUTION
Feedwheels Run
In Reverse From
Normal
-Backup time set wrong.
Reset backup time. Normal setting is .3 seconds.
-Sticking reverse valve.
-Check solenoid operation.
-Override cartridge manually by sticking a small allen wrench in the end of the solenoid.
-Replace solenoid and/or cartridge.
-Type settings programmed wrong.
-Reprogram or consult local dealer or Bandit Ind.
NOTICE Autofeeds with dump blocks can be unplugged and run manually. Autofeeds with dual ­output block will need a jumper plug. This can be a good test to determine if you problem is ­hydraulic or ­electronic.
LOR Jumper Plug
Part No.: 900-2913-51
IEC Jumper Plug
Part No.: 900-2914-09
APPROXIMATE DIGITAL AUTOFEED SETTINGS
(FOR ALL AUTO FEED SYSTEMS - REFERENCE ONLY)
NOTICE Refer to the Completion/Check Sheet, that is shipped with the machine for the correct engine rpm. If needed, contact your local dealer or Bandit Industries.
Maximum Alternator Magnetic
RPM
PPR Pick-Up PPR
2800
N/A
126
CAT C2.2 / Perkins 404D - 49.4 Hp
2500
N/A
126
Perkins 804D - 84.5 Hp
2425
N/A
126
CAT C4.4 / Perkins 1104D - 114 Hp
2380
N/A
126
CAT 3054E / Perkins 1104C - 140 Hp
2500
N/A
30
John Deere 4045 - 80,100 Hp
2500
N/A
129
John Deere 4045 - 115 Hp
2400
N/A
129
John Deere 4045 - 125, 140 Hp
2800
9 or 12
N/A
Kubota V2203M - 48.1 Hp
2600
12.5
N/A
Kubota V3600T - 66.8,84.5,90 Hp
2600
12.5
Kubota V3800DIT - 99.2 Hp
N/A
2800
19
GM 3.0L - 89 Hp
N/A
Some Prior Engine Types
2800
9
CAT / Perkins 50 Hp - Tier 1
N/A
2400
CAT / Perkins 125 Hp - Tier 1
17
N/A
2500
Cummins B3.3 - 65 Hp
N/A
110
2500
Cummins BT3.3 - 85 Hp
N/A
127
2500
Cummins B3.9 - 110, 130 Hp
N/A
159
Cummins B3.9 - 125 Hp
2450
N/A
159
Deutz - 29.6-88 Hp
2800
12.5
N/A
Ford 4 Cyl. - 70 Hp
2800
14
N/A
Ford 6 Cyl. - 119 Hp
2800
15
N/A
GM 3.0L - 76 Hp
2800
19
N/A
Lombardini 2004T - 57 Hp
2800
13
N/A
Wisconsin VG4D2 - 37 Hp
2400 ign. coil 2
27
Wisconsin - 65 Hp
3000 ign. coil 2
N/A
Some Current Engine Types
Off
RPM
2700
2400
2300
2280
2350
2350
2250
2650
2450
2450
2650
Feed Reverse
ALR
On
Time
RPM (LOR only)
.3
N/A
2400
.3
50
2150
.3
50
2050
.3
N/A
2030
.3
N/A
2150
.3
N/A
2150
.3
N/A
2050
.3
N/A
2400
.3
N/A
2200
.3
N/A
2200
.3
N/A
2400
2650
2250
2400
2400
2350
2350
2650
2650
2650
2650
2650
2250
2850
2400
2050
2150
2150
2150
2150
2400
2400
2400
2400
2250
2050
2650
40
10
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
50
50
30
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
.3
.3
.3
.3
.3
.3
.3
.3
.3
.3
.3
.3
.3
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MODELS 90/150/200
CONTROLS
CONTROLS
CORRECT OPERATION OF FEED CONTROL HANDLE
PUSH TO
REVERSE
FEEDING
OFF
FEEDING
FOR ALL CHIPPERS DESIGNED
TO BE “HAND FED”.
IF YOU ARE IN THE AREA OF
INFEED HOPPER, ALWAYS BE
PREPARED TO OPERATE AND
WITHIN EASY REACH OF THE
FEED CONTROL HANDLE.
USE THE 1” JAM NUT TO ADJUST CONTROL HANDLE PIVOT TENSION.
ADJUSTING TENSION FOR CONTROL HANDLE PIVOT
AND LAST CHANCE CABLE PULL.
NORMAL WEAR REQUIRES PERIODICAL ADJUSTMENT OF PIVOT TENSION.
FEED CONTROL HANDLE SHOULD PIVOT WITH LITTLE EFFORT, BY HAND OR WITH A PULL ON “LAST
CHANCE” CABLES. LUBRICATE PIVOT POINTS OF FEED CONTROL HANDLE WEEKLY.
ADJUST PIVOT TENSION WITH THE
TIGHTNESS OF INSIDE FRICTION NUTS.
SECURE ADJUSTMENT
WITH OUTSIDE
JAM NUTS.
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MODELS 90/150/200
CONTROLS
CONTROLS
Models 90/150/200+ Basic Location of Controls and Adjustments
LOCATION SHOWN
NOT SHOWN
1. Foot Pad Jack
2. Clutch Handle
3. Chipper Belts / Pump Belts 4. Lug Nuts
5. Feedwheel Motor Coupler
6. Infeed Hopper
7. Folding Infeed Pan
8. Feedwheel Control Bar
9. Hydraulic Control Valves
10. Hydraulic Winch Area “Optional”
11. Yoke Lift Cylinder
12. Adjustable Height Discharge “Optional”
13. Swivel Discharge
14. Discharge Chute
15. Discharge Flipper Adjuster
16. Autofeed Controls “Optional”
17. Engine Controls, Adjusters
18. Electric Engine Throttle Adjuster (if equipped)
19. “Bandit” Lever Throttle Adjuster (if equipped)
Knives & Hardware
Wooden Push Paddle
Hydraulic Tongue Jack “Optional
14
13
12
11
9
15
10
8
16,17,18
19
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
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MODELS 90/150/200
CONTROLS
CONTROLS
Model 90 Chip Box Basic Location of Controls and Adjustments
LOCATION SHOWN
NOT SHOWN
1. Lug Nuts
Knives & Hardware
2. Chip Box Lift Valve
Wooden Push Paddle
3. Autofeed Controls “Optional” Yoke Lift Cylinder
4. Engine Controls, Adjusters
5. Electric Engine Throttle Adjuster (if equipped)
6. “Bandit” Lever Throttle Adjuster (if equipped)
7. Clutch Handle
8. Chipper Belts / Pump Belts
9. Feedwheel Motor Coupler
10. Foot Pad Jack
11. Infeed Hopper
12. Folding Infeed pan
13. Feedwheel Control Bar
14. Hydraulic Control Valves
15. Swivel Discharge
16. Discharge Chute
17. Telescopic Discharge Lock Handle
17
16
15
13
14
12
11
9
10
6
8
7
3,4,5
1
2
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MODELS 90/150/200
CONTROLS
Control Operating Procedures
Feedwheel Control Bar:
The feedwheel control bar operates the feedwheel(s). To make the feedwheel(s) operate so they are pulling
material into the machine, pull the control handle towards the operator away from the chipper. To make the
feedwheel(s) operate so they are pushing material out of the machine, away from the chipper disc/drum, the
control handle should be pushed away from the operator, away from you and towards the machine. The control
bar is in the off position when it is in the center location.
Yoke Lift Control - Optional:
The yoke lift control operates the top yoke lift cylinder. To lower the yoke, push the yoke lift control handle
towards the tongue of the machine. To raise the yoke, push the yoke lift control handle towards the infeed ­hopper
of the machine. The yoke lift control handle is in the flotation position when it is in the center location.
Selector Valve Control - Optional:
The selector valve control allows the operator to change the operation function from the feed function to the
winch function or from the winch function to the feed function. The feedwheel(s) will not operate when the
­selector valve is in the winch function and the winch will not work while the selector valve is in the feed function.
To have the feedwheel(s) operate the selector valve needs to be pushed in, away from the operator. To operate
the winch the selector valve needs to be pulled out, towards the operator.
Winch Control - Optional:
The winch control operates the winch option. To make the winch reel out push the winch control valve handle
in, away from the operator. To make the winch pull material in retract the winch clutch lock pin, pull the clutch
handle up, and pull the winch control valve handle out, towards the ­operator. The winch also has a spool ­rotation
lock, make sure this is disengaged to free wheel cable out of the spool. Note: If the winch control is an electric
switch, push the switch out towards the material to make the winch reel out and push the switch away from the
material to make the winch pull material in.
Discharge Swivel Control - Optional:
NOTE: Remove transport bolt and/or lock pin BEFORE operating this function.
The discharge swivel control operates the discharge rotate. To make the discharge swivel to the right push
the discharge swivel control handle down, towards the ground. To make the discharge swivel to the left pull
the discharge swivel control handle up, away from the ground. The discharge swivel control handle is in the off
position when it is in the center location. Do not use the hydraulics to secure the discharge when tranpsorting
the chipper. Make sure to install the lock bolt and nut before transporting.
Discharge Hydraulic Flipper Control - Optional:
The discharge hydraulic flipper control operates the discharge flipper cylinder. To make the discharge ­flipper
rotate up pull the discharge hydraulic flipper control handle up, away from the ground. To make the discharge
flipper rotate downward push the discharge hydraulic flipper control handle down, towards the ground. The
­discharge hydraulic flipper control handle is in the off position when it is in the center location.
Hydraulic Tongue Jack Control - Optional:
NOTE: Remove lock pin BEFORE operating this function.
The hydraulic tongue jack control operates the hydraulic tongue jack cylinder. To raise the front of the machine
pull the hydraulic tongue jack control handle up, away from the ground. To lower the front of the machine push
the hydraulic tongue jack control handle down, towards the ground. The hydraulic tongue jack control handle
is in the off position when it is in the center location. Install the lock pin at the desired tongue height.
Chip Box Lift Control - Optional:
The chip box lift control operates the chip box lift cylinder. To make the chip box tilt up and empty pull the chip
box lift control handle up, away from the ground. To make the chip box tilt down push the chip box lift control
handle down, towards the ground. The chip box lift control handle is in the off position when it is in the center
location.
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Bandit
MODELS 90/150/200
CONTROLS
WINCH Operating Procedures
Figure 1
Clutch Lock Pin
(Safety Pin)
Clutch
Handle
Figure 2
Winch
Control
Valve
Cable Feed
Bottom Of
Drum
Selector
Valve
WARNING
HYDRAULIC WINCH OPERATION PER WINCH MANUFACTURER!
Install the cable to pull and feed from the bottom of the winch drum (See figure 2). ­Remove excess bolt length
on cable bolts after cable is secured to the spool.
DANGER
Never reach into the winch or winch roller area.
OPERATING PROCEDURE
1.
Winch operation is a one person job. This means the person who hooks the winch to the wood material is the same person who engages the winch.
2. Place the feedwheel control bar in the off position. Make sure chipper and towing vehicle are blocked or anchored in a solid location.
3. Locate the selector valve and engage it to the winch position. The feed system should not operate with selector in winch mode.
4. Make sure the winch clutch is disengaged and pull the cable to the material to be reeled in. Attach cable securely to wood material that you want pulled to chipper.
6. Use the winch control valve or the radio remote ­control (if applicable) to now pull the wood ­material towards the machine.
7. Once the wood material is pulled to the machine, unhook it from the winch and make sure the cable
is completely reeled back in and out of the way. Attach cable to keeper loop. Make sure the cable is clear of the feedwheel(s) or severe damage can occur if the cable should enter the chipper.
8. Reengage selector valve to feed position.
9. Engage the feedwheel(s) and begin feeding wood material.
5. Make sure everyone is clear and then retract the clutch lock pin and then pull the clutch handle up to engage the winch clutch (See Figure 1). Make sure handle is locked in position.
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MODELS 90/150/200
CONTROLS
CHIPPER HOOD ENGINE DISABLE PLUG OPERATION
This chipper hood engine disable plug is installed
for safety purposes. It is designed to shut down the
engine if the hood pin is not properly in place holding
the chipper hood in the closed position. The system
must be correctly maintained and operative at all times.
If the plug connector is not correctly installed the engine
will not start or run.
The chipper hood engine disable plug is ­located
on top of the chipper hood (see figure 1). The ­chipper
engine disable plug is made up of two parts: an electric
socket and a plug connector (see figure 2). The ­electric
socket is bolted to the chipper engine disable plug
mount bracket (see figure 3) and the plug connector
is attached by a cable to the hood pin (see figure 4).
If the chipper engine disable plug is not properly
i­nstalled then the engine will not start or run. If the
­chipper engine disable plug becomes disconnected
while the chipper engine is running the engine will be
shut down or be disabled from running. This is for
safety purposes, to ensure that the hood pin is not
removed and the chipper hood is not opened while
the engine is running.
Chipper Hood Engine
Disable Plug
Figure 1
Figure 2
The chipper engine disable plug is wired to shut
down the chipper engine. When the plug connector
is pulled out of the electric socket the electric circuit is
broken, disabling the engine.
Chipper Engine Disable
Plug Mount Bracket
Electric
Socket
NOTICE
The engine disable plug has a circuit fuse. If the engine
will not start or run, check the fuse first before consulting
the engine manufacturer’s manual. Circuit fuse locations:
CAT / Perkins- located at the “BATT” wire near the ignition
switch, Cummins- located by engine manufacturer near
the starter (wires labeled “POW”), John Deere- located
by engine manufacturer “Short Stop” circuit breaker by
the ignition switch on the instrument panel or fuse by the
ECM, and Deutz, Hatz, Honda, Kohler, and Robin- located
at the battery post on the starter.
Discharge
Chute
Figure 3
Plug Connector
Hood Pin
Figure 4
Connecting
Cable
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MODELS 90/150/200
CONTROLS
SPRING LOCK FOR HOOD PIN OPERATION
The patented spring lock for hood pin, is installed for safety purposes. It is designed to help keep
the hood pin from being removed if the chipper disc is turning. NEVER ATTEMPT TO PUSH THE
SPRING LOCK FOR HOOD PIN DOWN OR REMOVE THE HOOD PIN, UNTIL AFTER THE ENGINE
AND CHIPPER DISC HAVE BOTH COME TO A COMPLETE STOP.
The spring lock is located on the side of the chipper hood. The top of the spring lock should be
directly behind the hood pin washer when the hood pin is properly installed in place holding the ­chipper
hood in the closed position (see figure 1).
With the chipper hood shut and hood pin in place the spring lock helps keep the hood pin from
sliding out or from being removed if the chipper disc is turning. There is a shaft cam block installed
on the chipper shaft which will not allow the spring lock to be pulled down if the chipper disc is turning
(see figure 2). When the chipper disc is turning, if the spring lock was to be pulled down or recessed
it would simply hit the shaft cam block bouncing the spring lock back into position not allowing for the
removal of the hood pin.
Figure 1
Figure 2
Hood Pin
Washer
Feed Direction
Spring Lock For
Hood Pin
Hood Pin
Shaft
Spring Lock For
Hood Pin
Shaft
Shaft Cam Block
Shaft Cam
Block
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MODELS 90/150/200
CONTROLS
CONSULT THE ENGINE MANUFACTURER’S MANUAL FOR SPECIFIC
CONTROLS, OPERATION, & MAINTENANCE FOR TYPICAL ENGINES
1) Ignition Switch:
Turn the ignition switch key clockwise one stop (on position) to turn the electrical system on. The key should remain in the on ­position while the engine is running. Turn the key fully clockwise (start position) this will start the engine. To shut off the engine, return the key to the off position.
2) On/Off Switch - Push Button Start:
Some gasoline engines may have a Toggle Switch or an On/Off Switch combined with a push button to start the engine. First turn the On/Off Switch or Toggle Switch to the on position, then depress and hold the Push Button Start until the engine starts, then release the button. To shut off the engine, return the On/Off Switch or Toggle Switch to the off position.
3) Ignition Switch With Preheat:
The typical diesel engine may have a preheat system to assist in starting the engine during cold weather. To activate the preheat system, continue to hold the ignition key in the preheat position for 15 to 20 seconds, then attempt to start the ­
engine. If the engine fails to start within 15 seconds, return the key to the preheat position, hold 10 seconds, and try starting again.
4) Choke Adjustment (if equipped):
Some gasoline engines may have a choke adjustment, pull the choke lever out to choke the engine. Push the choke lever in for normal engine operations.
5) Throttle Adjustment (if equipped):
Some engines may have a knob or a handle for the throttle adjustment. Typically you would pull the knob out, or turn the handle to increase the engine R.P.M.’s. To decrease you would push in the knob or turn the handle the opposite way.
6) “Bandit” Lever Lock Cable Throttle System (if equipped):
The Bandit throttle system has (2) positions, HIGH and LOW. Engine R.P.M. is controlled by moving the lever from one ­
position to the other.
8) Push Button Or Electric Throttle System (if equipped):
Some engines may have a push button or electric throttle adjustment. Engine R.P.M. is controlled by pushing a button or switch to raise or lower the R.P.M.
9) Alternator Warning Light:
This light will glow when the alternator is not charging, or when the ignition switch is turned on and the engine is not running.
10) Oil Pressure Warning Light:
This light will glow when the oil pressure is to low, or when the ignition switch is turned on and the engine is not running.
11) Engine Temperature Warning Light:
This light will glow when the engine, or engine coolant, is above normal operating temperature. If this occurs allow the ­
engine temperature to cool down. If the engine is overheating because of a loss of coolant, or a broken fan belt, shut the engine off ­immediately.
TYPICAL DIESEL ENGINES
BANDIT THROTTLE ­SYSTEM PUSH BUTTON OR ­ELECTRIC
THROTTLE ­SYSTEM
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TYPICAL GASOLINE
ENGINE
Bandit
MODELS 90/150/200
TRANSPORTATION PROCEDURES
Transportation Procedures
WARNING
BEFORE TRANSPORTING THE MACHINE THE FOLLOWING MUST BE COMPLETED.
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)
Idle engine, disengage clutch.
Make sure the feedwheel is in the lowered position.
Place all hydraulic controls in the “off” position.
Turn off engine, wait for the chipper disc/drum to come to a complete stop and you must have the ­
ignition key in your possession.
Remove all excess debris. Remove any wood or debris which may have collected.
Return wooden push paddle to the mount and secure for transportation. Store all tools in the tool box and make sure all boxes and cabinets are closed and secured.
If equipped, close the folding infeed pan for the infeed hopper and make sure the spring latches are locked into place.
Raise the front of the machine or transport trailer with the tongue jack and remove the stabilization blocks used. If the machine is equipped with a hydraulic tongue jack, remove the lock pin before raising the front of the ­machine.
Couple machine or transport trailer to transport vehicle by lowering the machine onto the hitch. Make sure the hitch matches the coupling size. Then secure hitch and lock it.
Place the tongue jack in the transport position. If the machine is equipped with a hydraulic tongue jack, lift the foot pad to the transport position and install the lock pin.
Attach the safety chains by crossing them under hitch, make sure to allow the proper amount of slack in chains to avoid binding or dragging the ground when making turns.
Connect the brake breakaway cable (if equipped) and plug in the electrical connection for the lights on the machine or transport trailer.
Check running lights, turn signals, and brake lights. All must be operating properly before transporting the machine. Also check brakes (if equipped) to make sure they are operating correctly.
Do not transport unless discharge is clamped, pinned and bolted securely into place in the transport position pointed over the tongue.
If machine is equipped with a chip box, lock the turntable in the transport position.
Check tires for correct pressure, cuts or damaged rims.
Check lug nuts and retorque if necessary. Check new units before operation, check again after 20-25 miles (32-40 km) and regularly check at least weekly.
Inspect and replace any axle dust caps that are damaged or leaking.
Check wheel bearings and grease or oil axles per axle manufacturer’s manual.
Walk around the machine to confirm that everything is secure and that there is not anything loose that could fall off during transport. Look under machine to ensure nothing is dragging. Look down both sides of the machine for anything sticking out that may become damaged during transport.
If machine is equipped with a vise, make sure to secure in place and clamp jaws closed.
Close and secure any of the following, if equipped: engine cowl doors and side panels, radiator debris screens, inspection doors, housing covers, tanks caps and covers, etc.
If the machine is self propelled and on a transport trailer, make sure the trailer has the correct load capacity, the machine is positioned on the trailer for correct weight distribution, and the machine is ­
securely bound down to the trailer bed per your States binding requirements. Make sure the loading ramps are ­securely stored for transport. (See Loading & Unloading Self-Propelled Machines.)
The machine is now ready for transport. Make sure to obey all local regulations and laws regarding the transporting of this type of machine.
Do not drive too fast for road conditions or exceed speed regulations for equipment towing. Machine must be hauled level and the towing vehicle must be sized to handle hitch weight, towing weight, and braking requirements.
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MODELS 90/150/200
TRANSPORTATION PROCEDURES
Loading & Unloading Self-Propelled Machines
WARNING
BEFORE ATTEMPTING TO USE A TRAILER FOR TRANSPORT, MAKE SURE THE ­ TRAILER
TOWING VEHICLE IS APPROPRIATE FOR THE TASK.
1)
The trailer has a cargo weight rating capacity for the weight of the machine. The combined weight of the trailer and the machine can not exceed the load capacity of the tires, axles, hitch coupler system or the GVWR (Gross Vehicle Weight Rating) of the trailer.
2)
The trailer must have a lighting system and a braking system to match and perform correctly off the towing vehicle’s system. You must meet the Federal and your States’ Department of Transportation Code of Regulations concerning lights, brakes, and highway transit.
3)
Make sure the towing vehicle has the hauling and hitch capacity ratings for the trailer and machine ­
combination. The towing vehicle must be mechanically sound and capable of handling the towing job.
4)
The trailer should be constructed with appropriate chain down positions for the specific sized machine. You must have binders that will withstand the strain of the machine trying to move while it is ­
being transported.
5)
When the machine is positioned on the trailer bed, there should be about 15% of the total trailer package weight on the tongue or hitch.
6)
The loading ramps or loading gate of the trailer must be constructed to withstand the weight and forces involved in loading and unloading the machine.
WARNING
BEFORE LOADING OR UNLOADING THE MACHINE INSPECT AND CONFIRM THE ­FOLLOWING
STEPS: When loading or unloading the self-propelled machine on the trailer, use care and caution. The
­ aneuvering of the equipment must be slow, smooth, and intentional, not fast and jerky.
m
1) Make sure the trailer and towing vehicle are parked on a flat surface. They must be stable on the ­
surface with the brakes locked and/or the wheels chocked to avoid unwanted movement.
2)
Position the loading ramps or loading gate securely between the trailer and the ground level. Have them located so that they are in line with the tires or tracks of the machine when it moves.
3)
Remove and store the chains and binders used for transporting.
4)
Confirm that there are not any obstacles on the trailer bed, around the trailer that may cause restricted movement of the machine or the operator.
5)
The only person in the area should be the one that is operating the machine controls, and he/she should be very experienced with the controls on this machine.
6)
If you are on streets, roads or public areas, position the warning cones etc, per your company’s safety policy.
7)
Follow all pre-startup instructions for the machine.
8)
Typically, the engine end of the machine should be positioned so that it is toward the tongue of the trailer, during transport.
9)
Align the machine with the trailer bed, and the loading ramps. The only equipment movement should be slowly, straight on or straight off the trailer.
10) With the engine and the machine at as low a speed as possible, move the machine toward the ramp system. Make sure the alignment is correct throughout the travel.
11) Properly secure the equipment and the area to avoid any possible accidents or dangers.
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MODELS 90/150/200
MAINTENANCE SECTION
MAINTENANCE SECTION
The Bandit is a very simple machine to maintain. If you will follow a regular scheduled preventative maintenance
program you should have years of trouble free operation.
DANGER
Before attempting any type of maintenance disengage clutch, turn off engine, wait for the disc/drum to come
to a complete stop, install the disc/drum lock pin, disconnect battery, and make sure the ­ignition key is in your
possession.
DANGER
Do not let anyone operate or maintain this machine until they have thoroughly read this manual, ­reviewed the
equipment decals, watched the equipment video, and has been properly trained. You can purchase additional
Bandit manuals, decals and videos for a nominal fee.
NOTICE
Consult your engine manual for proper break-in procedures. Various engines require somewhat different
­procedures, but basically the engines need to operate at lower R.P.M.’s and loads for a specific time.
NOTICE
Failure to properly break-in your engine may result in poor bearing and piston ring surfaces.
NOTICE
The Bandit has only been run for a short time to test proper hydraulic pressures, possible leaks, etc. The fuel
tank will be empty. Fuel is provided through a small auxiliary tank for testing. This ­immensely helps maintain
safety in our manufacturing facility and while shipping.
NOTICE
Expensive damage to the Bandit will occur if proper preparation is not taken before welding on the ­machine. Be
sure to disconnect both battery cables and the engine ECM (engine control module) before welding. Follow the
specific Engine MFG. ­instructions for proper welding and grounding ­procedures, before attempting to weld on
the machine. If welding on the machine, do not ground the welder through the machine bearings, ground near
work to be performed.
DAILY START UP & MAINTENANCE
1) Check the safety decals and engine gauges:
Replace any missing or damaged decals and/or engine
gauges.
5) Check chipper hood hinge:
Make sure the hood hinge operates correctly, and is
lubricated. Must replace hinge if damaged.
2) Check all safety equipment:
Check for proper operation. Repair or replace as
­needed. With everything shut down and stopped, insure
last chance cables freely operate feed control valve.
6) Checking for foreign objects:
Before opening the hood make sure the clutch is
disengaged, the engine off, the disc/drum lock pin is
installed, battery is disconnected, and also make sure
the ignition key is in your possession. Remove the
hood pin padlock, disconnect the chipper hood engine
disable plug, suppress the spring lock for hood pin on
disc chippers, and then remove the hood lock pin. Look
for any foreign objects inside the chipper housing or
in the knife pockets of the disc/drum. Remove any
foreign objects found.
3) Check entire machine for loose bolts, nuts,
parts, or components:
Check entire machine for any loose parts or ­components.
Check for loose nuts or bolts. Torque, tighten, or
­replace any of the loose components. See page 41
for specific bolt torques.
4) Check all guards:
Check to make sure all guards are in place and
­installed correctly. Make sure they are secure.
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Bandit
MODELS 90/150/200
MAINTENANCE SECTION
DAILY START UP & MAINTENANCE (cont.)
7) Check chipper disc assembly:
Check for elongated bolt holes, secure welds, torqued
bolts, excessive wear and impact cracks. If a ­problem
is found contact the chipper ­ manufacturer or an
­authorized Bandit dealer. Also check the chipper
housing at this time. Check the ­chipper base, belly
band, and hoods for wear or ­damage. Also inspect
the chipper bearings.
8) Check chipper disc/drum to turn:
Very carefully, manually with a pry bar or wood bar,
turn the chipper disc/drum a full revolution. This is to
ensure the anvil and knives have proper clearance. If
the chipper disc/drum is jammed with debris or frozen in
place, DO NOT attempt to start the engine and engage
clutch until the chipper disc/drum rotates freely.
9) Check the condition of your fan blades,
knives, anvil, and attaching hardware:
Grind, file, or replace your knives to keep them sharp.
Check the fan blades, anvil, and attaching hardware
for the knives and anvil. ­Replace if necessary.
10)Properly torque the knife mounting hardware:
All knife mounting hardware must be factory approved.
Knife mounting hardware must be replaced after
maximum of 4-5 knife rotations/changes to insure safe
clamping ability.
Torque set, AT ALL TIMES to:
13)Grease PTO jack shaft bearings (if equipped):
Purge PTO jack shaft bearings with EP-2 Lithium type
grease. You can not over grease these bearings. Wipe
off excess grease. ­Excessive grease will attract dirt.
14)Check / adjust the chipper drive belt tension:
Inspect belt condition and replace if needed. The belts
will need to be tightened several times in the first few
days of operation. A loose belt will slip and then glaze
over. Once they slip you must replace them. Check
hydraulic pump drive belts also if equipped. See pages
48-49 for procedures.
15)Check the hydraulic pump and motor shafts:
Check the hydraulic pump and hydraulic motor shafts
for fit and tightness.
16)Check hydraulic oil level:
The hydraulic oil reservoir tank level should always
remain at 7/8 full. Remember to check DAILY to avoid
excessive heat build up.
17)Check for any fluid leaks:
Inspect for any oil, fuel, hydraulic oil, or engine
coolant leaks. Check all hoses, fittings, lines, and
tanks. DO NOT use fingers or skin to check for
­hydraulic leaks. Repair or replace any damaged or
leaking components.
18)Check hydraulic control valves:
Inspect all hydraulic control valves and insure they
operate smoothly and shift correctly.
See TORQUE CHART on page 41.
11) Hood lock pin and padlock:
After closing chipper hood, reinsert the hood pin and
padlock, make sure pin is tight and secure. If worn
replace immediately. Don’t use a worn or makeshift
hood pin. Make sure the spring lock for the hood pin is
in the correct position on disc chippers. Make sure the
chipper hood engine disable plug is installed ­correctly
and that it is also operating properly.
12)Grease all feedwheel and chipper bearings daily:
Use an EP-2 Lithium type grease only for all bearings.
Purge chipper bearings with grease. You can not over
grease these bearings. Grease feedwheel ­bearings
with one shot of grease. Both types of bearings
are designed with a relief system that will not allow
over greasing. In other words, you can not hurt the
­bearing seals by pumping in too much grease. Most
of the failures related to bearings are diagnosed as
­“Contamination”. Contamination is caused by ­improper
lubrication. Wipe off excess grease. Excessive
grease will attract dirt.
19)Check the fuel level:
Check the fuel level, running out and repriming is time
consuming. Do not over fill, and you must leave fuel
expansion space in the top of the tank.
20)Check engine oil and coolant level:
Follow the engine manufacturer manual
­recommendations for fluid levels. You MUST follow
specific ENGINE MFG. manual recommendations for
radiator coolant, additives, lubrication, correct engine
speed, ETC.
21)Check radiator, debris screen:
Thoroughly clean radiator fins at least once a day and
twice in excessive conditions. Make sure debris is not
packed between fins. Use pressurized water spray to
clean. Do not rely on air pressure. The radiator will
only appear to be clean. A partially plugged radiator will
not allow the engine to cool properly. Clean cooling fan,
shroud on air cooled engines, and the debris screen
(if so equipped). Improper service, maintenance, or
neglect will cause overheating problems and engine
failure.
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MAINTENANCE SECTION
DAILY START UP & MAINTENANCE (cont.)
22)Check oil cooler (if equipped):
Thoroughly clean cooler fins at least once a day and
twice in excessive conditions. Make sure debris is not
packed between fins. Use pressurized water spray to
clean. Do not rely on air pressure. The oil cooler will
only appear to be clean.
23)Check air cleaner or precleaner:
Clean or replace element following engine manual
recommendations. Also, check and clean the ­vacuator
valve.
24)Check clutch:
Check for proper lubrication, and engagement tension
adjustment, frequently adjust and lubricate per PTO
clutch manufacturer’s manual. Bandit Industries, Inc.
does not warranty clutch failures.
25)Check tires:
Check tires for wear, weather checking and damage.
Replace if damaged.
26)Inspect axle dust caps:
Inspect axle dust caps and replace if damaged or
leaking.
28)Check the infeed hopper and around machine:
Check in the infeed hopper for any foreign objects and
around the entire machine for tools, cans, saws, etc.
All tools not in use should be stored in a tool box.
29) Block the tires and tongue:
Before operation block the tires and tongue for ­stability.
Do not rely on tongue jack for operational ­stabilization.
30)Check the discharge direction:
Remove transport bolt and nut, then make sure the
­discharge is pointed in a safe ­ direction and locked
into place.
31)Review all safety procedures on decals, from
manual, and from video.
32)Make sure all safety equipment is being worn:
Make sure you are wearing all of your safety ­equipment:
hard hat, face shield, gloves, eye protection, ear
­protection, etc. per ANSI and OSHA standards.
33)Remember to check EVERYTHING on the checklist.
27)Inspect, adjust, and lubricate tracks (if equipped):
Inspect, adjust, and lubricate tracks as needed per
track MFG. manual.
WEEKLY MAINTENANCE
1) Check anvil clearance, tightness, and wear:
Measure the anvil clearance. The clearance should
be .045” (1.1mm) to .065” (1.7mm) from highest knife.
Check the ­anvil ­hardware, make sure the bolts are at
the proper torque. The anvil is a normal wear item,
if it is worn you can rotate it to a new working edge.
Refer to pages 50-51 for the exact checking of anvil
­clearance procedure.
2) Check alternator and fan belts on engine:
Inspect belt condition and replace if needed. As
applicable adjust and maintain per the engine
­manufacturer’s manual.
3) Check spring tension on feedwheel system:
Do not over tighten. Keep tight for small diameter
material and progressively looser for larger diameter
material. See page 54.
4) Check wheel lug nuts:
Keep lug nuts tight, retorque, replace if needed.
5) Check and retighten tank mount bolts:
Check and retighten the fuel tank and hydraulic tank
mount bolts.
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6) Check and oil feedwheel slide box:
Check that the feedwheel slide box is working smoothly
and oil with 10W/30 type motor oil. Clean and oil the
slide guides. After pinning, chaining, and blocking the
top yoke in the up ­position, clean and oil each side of
the bottom yoke. New machines, especially, need oiling
to ensure correct operation ­during break‑­­­in.
7) Lubricate all steel friction areas:
Lubricate all steel friction areas including, but not
­limited to pivoting, hinged, sliding, rotating areas on
the machine (i.e. control handle, folding pan, discharge
flipper, winch rollers, height adjustable discharge,
­discharge T-handle, etc.)
8) Lube chain driven components:
Use a dry lube on any chain driven components:
hydraulic swivel discharge and chain driven
­feedwheels.
9) Grease chip box turntable (if equipped):
Grease chip box turntable bearing’s zerks with 1 to 2
shots of an EP-2 Lithium type grease. Wipe off excess
grease. Excessive grease will attract dirt.
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MAINTENANCE SECTION
MONTHLY MAINTENANCE
1) Check towing hitch:
Check for excessive damage or wear. Replace if
needed. Keep pintle ring greased to reduce wear.
8) Check wheel bearings:
Check and grease or oil wheel bearings per axle
­manufacturer’s instructions.
2) Check discharge and infeed hopper wear:
Check for wear on discharge, infeed hopper, and
discharge direction adjustor; build up, repair or replace
as needed.
9) Check and adjust brakes (if equipped):
Check and adjust brakes as needed per axle MFG.
manual.
3) Inspect feedwheel motor connections:
Check and maintain correct torque, on feedwheel
­motor connections. See page 52.
4) Check feedwheel teeth for sharpness:
Replace if needed.
5) Check chipper bearings and chipper sheave:
Check, retighten all bearing bolts, bearing lock collars,
and also belt sheave bushings to correct torques.
6) Check hydraulic function pressures:
Check, reset and maintain all hydraulic function
pressure settings to a maximum of the specified PSI
(bar). This will give you the best performance from the
­hydraulic system.
10)Check discharge chain tension (if equipped):
Check tension on hydraulic or hand crank swivel
­discharge chain drive and tighten as ­necessary. Chain
­tension is 1/4” (6 mm) per foot (0.3 m) of center
­distance between the sprockets, NOT to ­exceed a 1/2”
(13 mm) of deflection. Do not over tighten, which may
result in hydraulic motor failure.
11) Lubricate “Bandit” lever throttle cable:
If the machine is equipped with a “Bandit” lever throttle
system, lubricate inner throttle cable and cable ends
with a cable lube or SAE 10W/30 oil. Replace throttle
cable if it doesn’t operate smoothly.
12) Check chip box turntable bearing (if equipped):
Check and retorque the chip box turntable bearing
bolts.
7) Tire air pressure:
Fill each tire to rated capacity on tire.
3 MONTH MAINTENANCE
1) Hydraulic oil filter(s):
Must be replaced after FIRST 10 HOURS OF
OPERATION, USE A 10 MICRON FILTER. After
first change replace oil filter every 3 months or 400
hours.
3) High pressure oil filter(s) (if equipped):
Must be replaced after FIRST 10 HOURS OF
OPERATION. After first change replace oil filter every
3 months or 400 hours.
2) Grease discharge swivel plates:
Grease swivel plates for discharge as needed.
YEARLY MAINTENANCE
1) Hydraulic oil:
Change hydraulic oil and flush the hydraulic reservoir
tank.
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2) Hydraulic suction screen(s):
Change hydraulic suction screen(s) yearly or every
2000 hours.
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MAINTENANCE SECTION
BOLT TORQUE CHART
(THESE TORQUES ARE BASED ON DRY, CLEAN THREADS)
DESCRIPTION
BOLT SIZE
TORQUE (FT.-LBS.)
TORQUE(Nm)
Chipper Bearing Bolts
5/8” - 11 NC
150
203
Chipper Shaft Bearing Retainer
3/4” - 10 NC
170
230
Chipper Draw Ring
5/8” - 18 NF
150
203
Anvil
1/2” - 13 NC
65 - 75
88 - 102
Knife Bolts 5/8” - 11 NC
180
245
Knife Bolts 1/2” - 13 NC
70-80
95 - 108
Feedwheel Bearing Bolts
1/2” - 13 NC
75
102
Feedwheel Bearing Set Screws
3/8” - 24 NF
20
27
Grip-Tight Feedwheel Bearing Set Screws23
Engine Hold Downs
1/2” - 13 NC
60
81
Engine Hold Downs
5/8” - 11 NC
125
169
“RS” Hydraulic Feedwheel Motor Shaft Nut
3/4” - 28 NEF
150 - 170
203 - 230
“RE” Hydraulic Feedwheel Motor Shaft Nut
1” - 20 NEF
250 - 300
339 - 407
Engine Sheave Bushing “SD”
1/4” - 20 NC
9
12
Engine Sheave Bushing “SK”
5/16” - 18 NC
15
20
Engine Sheave Bushing “SF”
3/8” - 16 NC
30
41
Engine Sheave Bushing “2517”
1/2” - 13 NC
60
81
Chipper Sheave Bushing “E”
1/2” - 13 NC
60
81
Chipper Sheave Bushing “F”
9/16” - 12 NC
75
102
Quad Feedwheel Sprocket Bushing “Q1”
3/8” - 16 NC
30
41
Autofeed Cartridge Nut4 - 6
5-8
Autofeed Plus Solenoid Retainer Nut4 - 6
5-8
Hitch Mount Bolts
5/8” - 11 NC
220
298
Chip Box Turntable Bearing
1/2” - 13 NC
65 - 75
88 - 102
Before tightening bolts be sure you have the correct size bolt for the correct amount of torque.
Use only factory approved knives and hardware.
BASIC WHEEL TORQUE REQUIREMENTS (per mfg.)
KEEP LUG NUTS PROPERLY TIGHTENED, CHECK NEW UNIT BEFORE OPERATION, CHECK AGAIN AFTER 20-25 MILES (32-40 km) AND REGULARLY CHECK AT LEAST WEEKLY.
5 & 6 Lug Hubs (1/2” - 20 Studs) ...................................90 - 120 ft.-lbs. Torque (122 - 163 Nm)
8 Lug Hubs (1/2” - 20 Studs) .........................................90 - 120 ft.-lbs. Torque (122 - 163 Nm)
8 Lug Hubs (9/16” - 18 Studs) .....................................110 - 120 ft.-lbs. Torque (149 - 163 Nm)
8 Lug Hubs (5/8” - 18 Studs) .......................................190 - 210 ft.-lbs. Torque (258 - 285 Nm) (Cone Nut)
8 Lug Hubs (5/8” - 18 Studs) .......................................275 - 325 ft.-lbs. Torque (373 - 441 Nm) (Flange Nut)
10 Lug Hubs (3/4” - 16 Studs) .....................................450 - 500 ft.-lbs. Torque (610 - 678 Nm)
(Consult axle manufacturers manual shipped with each machine for specific axle-stud-wheel combination lug nut torques.)
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MODELS 90/150/200
MAINTENANCE SECTION
DAILY START UP & MAINTENANCE CHECK LIST
Each day before starting your machine these checks must be made:
O.K.
Repaired
1) Check the safety decals and engine gauges, replace if damaged.
2) Check, maintain, and service all safety equipment for proper operation: “Last
Chance Stop” system, engine disable plug, control bar, hood pin, spring lock
for hood pin (disc chippers only), pusher tool, etc.
3) Check entire machine for loose nuts, bolts, and components.
4) Check all guards to make sure they are tight and securely in place.
5) Make sure hood hinge operates correctly, is not damaged, and is lubricated.
6) Open chipper hood and check for any foreign objects in chipper housing or knife pockets.
7) Check the condition of chipper disc/drum assembly.
8) Carefully rotate the chipper disc/drum with a pry bar or wood bar to insure proper
anvil clearance. If chipper disc/drum is jammed with debris or frozen in place, do
not attempt to start engine and engage clutch until chipper disc/drum rotates freely.
9) Check the condition of your fan blades, knives, anvil, and attaching hardware.
10) Properly torque knife mounting hardware.
11)
After closing chipper hood, reinsert the hood pin and padlock, make sure the
hood pin is tight and secure. Make sure the hood lock pin is firmly in place, the
spring lock for hood pin springs back into position on disc chippers, and the
chipper hood engine disable plug is installed correctly.
12) Grease chipper bearings (purge) and feedwheel bearings (1 shot) daily.
13) Purge PTO jack shaft bearings daily (if equipped).
14) Check and adjust belt tension on chipper and hydraulic pump belt drives or replace.
15) Check hydraulic pump and motor shafts for fit and tightness.
16) Check and always maintain hydraulic level at 7/8 full.
17) Check all hoses, fittings, lines, and tanks for damage and fluid leaks.
18) Check hydraulic control valves and insure they operate and shift correctly.
19) Check fuel level. (Running out and repriming is time consuming).
20) Check engine oil, coolant levels, and correct engine speed. Follow ENGINE
MANUFACTURER’S manual specs.
21) Check radiator and debris screen. Clean as necessary. Clean cooling fan and
shroud on air cooled engines.
22) Check oil cooler (if equipped). Clean as necessary.
23) Check air cleaner, precleaner and vacuator valve. Clean as necessary.
24) Check clutch for proper engagement tension and lubrication, frequently adjust
and grease per PTO manufacturer’s manual recommendations.
25) Check condition of the tires.
26) Inspect and replace any axle dust caps that are damaged or leaking.
27) Inspect, adjust, and lubricate tracks per manufacturer’s manual
recommendations (if equipped).
28) Check infeed hopper and around the entire machine for any foreign objects,
tools, cans, saws, etc.
29) Block tires and tongue for stability before operation. Do not rely on tongue jack.
30) Remove transport bolt and nut, then make sure discharge is pointed in safe
direction and locked into place.
31) Review all safety procedures on decals, from manual, and from video.
32) Wear all applicable safety equipment: hard hat, face shield, gloves, eye
protection, ear protection, etc.
33) Remember to check EVERYTHING on the checklist.
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MODELS 90/150/200
MAINTENANCE SECTION
WEEKLY CHECK LIST
O.K.
Repaired
O.K.
Repaired
3 MONTH CHECK LIST
O.K.
Repaired
YEARLY CHECK LIST
O.K.
Repaired
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
7)
Check anvil clearance, tightness, and wear.
Check alternator and fan belts on engine, adjust or replace.
Check spring tension on easy climb system.
Check and retighten wheel lug nuts.
Check and retighten fuel tank and hydraulic tank mount bolts.
Check feedwheel slide box is working smoothly, clean, and oil.
Lubricate steel friction areas: pivoting, hinged, sliding, & rotating areas
(i.e. control handle, folding pan, discharge flipper, winch rollers, etc).
8) Use a dry lube on any chain driven component.
9) Grease chip box turntable bearing with 1 to 2 shots (if equipped).
MONTHLY CHECK LIST
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
7)
8)
9)
10)
11)
12)
Check towing hitch for wear, keep pintle ring greased.
Check discharge, and infeed hopper for wear.
Inspect feedwheel motor connection.
Check feedwheel teeth for sharpness.
Check, retighten all bearing and chipper sheave bolts.
Check hydraulic function pressures. Set to specified PSI (bar).
Check and fill tires to rated pressure.
Check and grease or oil wheel bearings, follow axle MFG. instructions.
Check and adjust brakes, follow axle MFG. instructions (if equipped).
Check and adjust discharge chain tension (if equipped).
Lubricate “Bandit” lever throttle cable.
Check and retorque chip box turntable bearing bolts (if equipped).
1) Replace hydraulic filter(s) after first 10 hours then quarterly or every 400 hours.
2) Grease swivel plates for discharge as needed.
3) Replace high pressure oil filter(s) (if equipped) after first 10 hours then quarterly
orevery 400 hours.
1) Change hydraulic oil and flush the hydraulic tank.
2) Replace hydraulic suction screen(s) annually or every 2000 hours.

WHEN YOU CHANGE CHIPPER KNIVES
CHECK CHIPPER DISC ASSEMBLY FOR
­ELONGATED KNIFE BOLT HOLES, ­ SECURE
WELDS, TORQUED BOLTS, ­EXCESSIVE WEAR
AND IMPACT CRACKS. IF A PROBLEM IS
FOUND CONTACT CHIPPER ­MANUFACTURER,
OR AN ­AUTHORIZED CHIPPER DEALER.
ALSO CHECK THE CHIPPER HOUSING AT
THIS TIME. CHECK BELLY BAND, BASE AND
HOODS FOR WEAR AND DAMAGE. ALSO
­INSPECT THE CHIPPER BEARINGS.
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MODELS 90/150/200
MAINTENANCE SECTION
LUBRICATION CHART
CHECK
# DESCRIPTION
DAY WEEK MONTH
1 Disc/Drum Bearings
X
2 Feedwheel Bearings
X
3 Hood Hinge
X
4 Steel Friction Areas: pivoting,
X
hinged, sliding, rolling
5 Chain Driven Components
X
6 Feedwheel Slide Box
X
7 Pintle Eye Ring
X
8 Bandit Throttle Cable
X
9 Discharge Swivel Plates
3 Months
10 Clutch
11 Wheel Bearings - if equipped
12 Tracks - if equipped
PROCEDURE
Purge bearings daily - wipe off excess
1 shot of grease - wipe off excess
1 to 2 shots of grease - wipe off excess
Lubricate (i.e. control handle, discharge ­
flipper, folding pan, winch rollers, etc)
Dry lube (Swivel discharge, chain driven feedwheels, etc)
Clean and oil with 10W/30
Grease to reduce wear
Lubricate inner cable & ends SAE 10W/30
Grease as needed
Grease per MFG’s instructions
Grease or oil per MFG’s instructions
Grease per MFG’s instructions
A right angle grease fitting may need to be used to grease
some of the lubrication points. This type of grease fitting
can be obtained from most local automotive parts stores.
4
4
4
4
NOTICE Use as a reference only, locations may vary depending on options or component manufacturer. Lubrication point instructions are described on the machine, in the Lubrication & Coolant Section and Maintenance Section of this manual, or component manufacturer’s manual.
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MAINTENANCE SECTION
LUBRICATION CHART
4
6
4
5
6
7
2
9
4
6
10
3
11
8
6
2
1
11
1
NOTICE Use as a reference only, locations may vary depending on options or component manufacturer. Lubrication point instructions are described on the machine, in the Lubrication & Coolant Section and Maintenance Section of this manual, or component manufacturer’s manual.
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MAINTENANCE SECTION
LUBRICATION CHART - CHIP BOX
CHECK
# DESCRIPTION
DAY WEEK MONTH
1 Steel Friction Areas: pivoting,
X
hinged, sliding, rolling
2 Chip Box Turntable Bearing
X
PROCEDURE
Lubricate (i.e. control handle, discharge ­
flipper, folding pan, winch rollers, etc)
1 to 2 shots of grease - wipe off excess
1
1
1
1
NOTICE Use as a reference only, locations may vary depending on options or component manufacturer. Lubrication point instructions are described on the machine, in the Lubrication & Coolant Section and Maintenance Section of this manual, or component manufacturer’s manual.
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MAINTENANCE SECTION
LUBRICATION CHART - CHIP BOX
2
NOTICE Use as a reference only, locations may vary depending on options or component manufacturer. Lubrication point instructions are described on the machine, in the Lubrication & Coolant Section and Maintenance Section of this manual, or component manufacturer’s manual.
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MODELS 90/150/200
MAINTENANCE SECTION
BELT TENSION
GENERAL RULES FOR TENSIONING
1. Check tensioning during the first 2 through 48 hours of run-in operation especially.
2. Over tensioning or under tensioning shortens belt and bearing life.
3. Keep belts free from foreign materials that may cause the belt to slip.
4. Make V-drive inspection on a periodic basis. Never use belt dressing as this will damage
the belt and cause early failure.
5. Belts should never be forced over the sheave. Allow enough room for belts to slip on.
6. Always make sure sheaves are aligned properly.
TENSIONING PROCEDURE
Main Drive Belts
Follow all pre-maintenance shut down procedures. Locate the center of the belt span between the sheaves.
Push or pull on the belt until the belt has deflected 3/8” (9.5 mm). Record the push or pull force. The force
should be 13 to 14 lbs./belt (5.9 to 6.4 kg/belt) for a Model 90 or 9 to 10 lbs./belt (4.1 to 4.5 kg/belt) for a ­Model
150 or 200. Adjust the belt tension if the force falls outside of this range. If belts are not properly ­adjusted belts
will slip, glaze over, and be ruined. This is NOT covered by warranty.
1) Remove beltshield.
2) To adjust the belt tension, loosen the four engine mounting bolts and the jam nuts on the engine adjuster on the radiator end of the engine.
3) Adjust the belt tension with the engine adjuster on the clutch end of the engine. If you have to push the engine with the adjuster, the belts will tighten slightly after the engine is realigned.
4) Use the engine adjuster on the radiator end of the engine to realign the engine, so the engine sheave and chipper sheave are aligned. The sheaves can be checked with a string or straight edge.
5) Torque the two engine mounting bolts (see Torque Chart for the correct torque) on the opposite side of the engine from the engine adjusters.
6) Loosen the jam nuts on the engine adjuster on the radiator end of the engine.
7) Torque the engine mount bolt and then tighten the engine adjuster jam nuts on the radiator end.
8) Hand tighten the remaining engine mount bolt and loosen the engine adjuster jam nut on the clutch end half a rotation. Loosen the engine adjuster jam nuts all the way and torque the engine mount bolt.
9) Tighten the engine adjuster jam nuts on the clutch end.
10)Recheck the belt tension and alignment, if readjustment is needed go back to step 2.
11) Reinstall beltshield.
NOTICE lbs./belt (kg/belt) is per 1 belt. If equipped with 4 groove poly band belt, lbs./belt (kg/belt) must be ­multiplied
by 4. If equipped with two 3 groove poly band belts, lbs./belt (kg/belt) must be multiplied by 3 for each poly band
belt.
NOTICE It is a good practice to rotate the belts during tensioning. Then recheck deflections. The belts may
need to be tightened again.
Pump Drive Belts (If equipped)
1) Locate the center of the span between sheaves.
2) Push or pull down on the belt until the belt has deflected 1/4” (6.4 mm).
3) Record push or pull down force. The force should be 9 lbs (4.1 kg).
4) Adjust the belt tension if the force falls outside of this range.
Do not over tighten the hydraulic pump belt. For best results use a good belt tension tester. Most all pump
failures result from too much side load on the pump shaft. Too much belt tension is very easy to detect inside
a failed pump. Pumps with this condition will not be covered under warranty.
DO NOT IGNORE THIS MAINTENANCE RULE!
New belts stretch very soon and must be adjusted several times in the first few hours of operation. Adjust after
one hour of operation, then every four hours until the belts quit stretching.
Failure to do this will cause the belts to burn and fly off. THIS FAILURE IS NOT COVERED BY WARRANTY!
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MODELS 90/150/200
MAINTENANCE SECTION
BELT TENSION
FIGURE 1
CLUTCH END
OF ENGINE
CHIPPER
SHEAVE
CHECK SHEAVE
ALIGNMENT WITH
STRAIGHT EDGE
OR STRING
ENGINE
­MOUNTING BOLTS
RADIATOR END
OF ENGINE
ENGINE
SHEAVE
ENGINE
­MOUNTING
BOLTS
POSITIONING
JAM NUTS
ENGINE
­MOUNTING
BOLTS
FIGURE 2
POSITIONING
JAM NUTS
ENGINE
­ADJUSTER
Worn or misaligned belts and sheaves in the power train
causes belt slippage, thus power loss. Keep the power
train working for you, not against you, by ­checking for
needed ­adjustment or ­replacement.
WORN SHEAVE
BELT
GOOD BELT
BELT
WORN BELT
BELT
Main Drive belts maximum of 3/8” deflection
with 13 to 14 lbs. of force for a Model 90.
Main Drive belts maximum of 3/8” deflection
with 9 to 10 lbs. of force for a Model 150 or 200+.
Pump Drive belts maximum of 1/4” deflection
with 9 lbs. of force.
SPACE
SHEAVE
SHEAVE
SHEAVE
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MODELS 90/150/200
MAINTENANCE SECTION
ANVIL ADJUSTMENT
Hex Nut
Knife
Anvil
sc
Di
Anvil Puller
Block
Anvil
Anvil Bolts
Torque To
Specs
Anvil Adjuster
Bolts
Anvil
Handle
Anvil Puller
Block
Anvil Adjuster
Bolts
Anvil To
Knife Gauge
Hex Nut
DANGER
Before attempting any type of maintenance ­ disengage clutch, turn off engine, wait for the disc to come
to a ­ complete stop, install the disc lock pin, disconnect battery, and make sure the ignition key is in your
­possession.
Before working inside the infeed hopper or under the top feedwheel remove the yoke springs from the top
yoke, raise the yoke , install the yoke lock pin, safety chain the yoke in the raised position, and insert a wooden
block to assist in holding the yoke in the raised position.
Use Yoke
Lock Pin
Use Chain
Use
Wooden
Block
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MODELS 90/150/200
MAINTENANCE SECTION
ANVIL ADJUSTMENT cont.
DANGER
Do Not under any circumstance attempt to rotate the chipper disc while someone is inside the infeed hopper.
They may become seriously injured, Do Not Do This!
Check the Anvil to Knife Clearance
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
This clearance should be checked on a weekly basis or as knives are changed. To check the anvil clearance, follow all pre-maintenance shut down procedures. Once all safety procedures are
completed the anvil to knife ­clearance can be checked.
In order to check the clearance one person will need to climb into the infeed hopper. Use a feeler gauge or the anvil to knife gauge supplied by Bandit to check the clearance of the first knife to the ­
anvil. Check the clearance at the top and bottom of the anvil.
Once that knife has been checked climb back out of the infeed hopper, remove the disc lock pin, and very carefully rotate the chipper disc so the other knives can be checked.
Once all knives have been checked adjust the anvil according to the closest knife. The anvil to knife clearance should be .045 to .065 inches (1.1 to 1.7 mm).
Set the closet knife to this distance.
Anvil Adjustment Procedure
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
To adjust the anvil first loosen two of the hex nuts on either the inside or outside of the anvil puller block. If the anvil needs to be adjusted closer to the disc, loosen the outside anvil adjuster hex nuts. If the anvil needs to be adjusted away from the disc, loosen the inside anvil adjuster hex nuts.
Loosen the anvil mounting bolts.
Once the components have been loosened, move the anvil to the correct clearance using the anvil adjuster bolts and hex nuts.
Once the knife is set to the correct clearance, .045 to .065 inches (1.1 to 1.7 mm), retighten all ­
components.
The anvil handle can be removed if it is stopping the anvil from reaching the correct knife clearance. If removed keep the anvil handle for later use.
If the anvil is rotated or flipped to a new working edge, apply Loc-Tite 241 (blue) on the anvil handle and set screw.
Make sure bolts are torqued to their specific bolt torques refer to bolt torques on page 41.
Carefully rotate the chipper disc to make sure all the knives clear the anvil.
View looking through the ­
feedwheel(s) at the throat area
View looking from the curb side
of the machine at the anvil area
Anvil Adjuster
Bolt
Knife
Anvil
Anvil Puller
Block
Disc
Anvil Bolts
Torque To
Specs
Anvil
Anvil
Handle
Anvil Adjuster
Bolt
Anvil To
Knife Gauge
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MODELS 90/150/200
MAINTENANCE SECTION
PROPER PROCEDURE FOR INSTALLATION AND REMOVAL
OF J.B. COUPLERS AND TAPERED FEEDWHEEL MOTORS
A. Proper Equipment Needed:
1. Feedwheel motor with tapered shaft.
8. Self locking nut.
2. 5/16” x 9/32” x 1 1/4” long key (900-3937-23) for “DT” motor.
9. Hammer.
5/16” x 9/32” x 15/16” long key (900-3934-06) for “RE” motor. 10. Torque wrench and
3/16” x 3/16” x 3/4” long key (900-3937-03) for “RS” motor.
1 5/8” socket for “DT” motor.
3. Correct feedwheel shaft, coupler and taper pin ass’y
1 3/8” socket for “RE” motor.
4. Loc-Tite 271 (red).
1 3/16” socket for “RS” motor.
5. Loc-Tite 241 (blue).
11. 1 1/16” hand wrench for “RE” motor.
6. Emery cloth and/or a file.
7/8” hand wrench for “RS” motor.
7. A degreaser agent.
B. Installation Procedure
1. Remove any sharp edges on the coupler bores or the motor shaft.
Example: Emery cloth or file for burrs on keyways or shafts.
2. Clean the coupler bores and motor shaft with a degreasing solvent.
3. Install the correct key in the feedwheel motor shaft.
4. Slide the coupler onto the motor shaft, making sure that the two mate tightly.
Example: The coupler does not rock or slop on the shaft.
5. Install the self locking nut with Loc-Tite 271 on the threads.
6. Tighten to the correct torque, 340 ft.-lbs. (461 Nm) for “DT” motor, 250-300 ft.-lbs. (339-407 Nm) for “RE” motor, & 150‑170 ft.-lbs. (203-230 Nm) for “RS” motor.
7. Slightly tap with a hammer on the coupler face to insure proper seating.
8. Retorque self locking nut.
9. Deburr and degrease the feedwheel shaft.
10. Install the motor and coupler assembly onto the feedwheel shaft.
11. Install the correct tapered pin through the coupler and feedwheel shaft.
12. If coupler pin is threaded and is equipped with a nut, make sure the nut is flush with top of pin.
13. Hammer the pin into the coupler to secure the coupler and feedwheel shaft. If the pin is threaded and has a nut do not hammer the pin directly, use a piece of wood as a buffer.
14. If the tapered pin is equipped with a nut, put Loc-Tite 241 on the threads and then tighten nut flush with top of pin.
1/16” (1.6 mm)
to
1/8” (3.2 mm)
RUBBER
COUPLER
GUARD
COUPLER
PRESS
TOOL PRESS
BOLT
COUPLER PIN
COUPLER
Removal if tapered pin is equipped with a nut to assist in pin removal: Use a hand
wrench and turn the tapered pin nut clockwise, half a turn and then hit the small end of
the tapered pin with a hammer and punch. Repeat this process until pin is removed.
PRESS TOOL FOR COUPLER PIN REMOVAL
Part Number 981-0501-66 for “DT” Motor
Part Number 981-0501-61 for “RE” and “RS” Motor
CAUTION Always wear proper safety equipment and take caution with tapered pin
when attempting to remove. The use of this tool will assist in the removal of the tapered pin in the feedwheel
coupler. Lubricate end of bolt and threads with grease. Position the press tool so that it cradles the coupler, with
the large end of the tapered pin at the side opposite the press bolt. You may want to remove yoke springs to get
easier access to coupler. Set the tool as described and hand tighten press bolt to snug tool against ­coupler. Make
sure press bolt is set on small end of tapered pin, and that pin will go through hole in tool ­without ­interference.
Use of a 1/2” impact wrench is recommended. Run impact on bolt to start pin removal, then ­usually a good hit
with hammer on the end of bolt will knock out the pin. You may have to run impact on bolt and hit with hammer
a few times to remove pin. Do not spend excessive time trying to remove the pin and coupler. If problems occur
during pin and coupler removal, contact your nearest dealer or Bandit Industries.
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MODELS 90/150/200
MAINTENANCE SECTION
SERVICING / CHANGING FEEDWHEEL BEARING
(WITH THE GRIP TIGHT BEARING BEHIND FEEDWHEEL MOTOR)
Your Bandit Chipper maybe equipped with a tapered lock style (Grip Tight) feedwheel bearing on the
hydraulic motor side of the feedwheel and a conventional (set screw) style on the opposite side. With the Grip
Tight bearing this gives a very positive locking system to the feedwheel shaft. The set screws on both bearings
should still be checked as part of normal maintenance.
A few simple rules and installation instructions must be followed if the bearings ever need to be replaced
or removed during service.
The machine is set up with one set screw bearing and one Grip Tight bearing because the one Grip
Tight bearing is all that is needed to securely hold the feedwheel shaft (along with the set screws on the ­opposite
bearing). This also makes for very easy assembly. When installing the bearing it is very important to install
and lock the Grip Tight bearing first with the set screw bearing done after. This is to keep the bearings
from being put into a side load which will lead to premature failure.
Installation procedure:
1) Clean the feedwheel shaft of all debris, use a degreaser.
2) Install both feedwheel bearings on the feedwheel shaft with the Grip Tight bearing on the hydraulic motor side and the set screw bearing on the opposite side. Do not lock the bearings on the shaft at this time, allow the feedwheel to shift freely for installation.
3) Position the feedwheel in the yoke mount and install all (8) feedwheel bearing bolts with a thread ­locking compound applied. These are completely tightened and torqued at this time (refer to bolt torque chart).
4) The feedwheel then needs to be centered in the yoke and then it must be off set 3/16” (4.8 mm) towards the set screw bearing side (away from the hydraulic motor). The weight of the feedwheel needs to be taken off the bearings also.
5) First the Grip Tight bearing lock nut must be tightened by hand as tight as possible (in a clock wise direction). This is the zero reference point. Scribe a line on the lock nut above the adapter slot.
6) Using a spanner wrench or drift pin and hammer, lock the bearing to the shaft by tightening the lock nut in a clock wise direction. Tighten 3/4 to 1 full turn (you may need to block the feedwheel from turning at this time). Now you can tighten the set screws on the Grip Tight bearing. Note: the set screw is only to be tightened to 25 in.-lbs. (2 ft.-lbs.) (2.7 Nm).
7) Apply a thread locking compound on the set screws of the set screw bearing and torque to
20 ft.-lbs (27 Nm).
Grip Tight Bearing
Set Screw Bearing
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MODELS 90/150/200
MAINTENANCE SECTION
EASY CLIMB FEED SYSTEM
DANGER
Before attempting any type of maintenance disengage
clutch, turn off engine, wait for the disc/drum to come
to a complete stop, install the disc/drum lock pin,
disconnect battery, and make sure the ignition key is
in your possession.
TOP YOKE
POSITION 4
POSITION 3
TOP
MOUNT
POSITION 2
CLEVIS PIN WITH
CLIP IN POSITION 1
SPRING
The Easy Climb System allows you to adjust the
amount of spring tension put on the top feedwheel.
The more spring tension you have the harder it will be
for your top feedwheel to raise. More spring tension
will keep the top feedwheel down on smaller brush
material. The less spring tension you have the easier
it will be for the top feedwheel to raise. Less spring
tension allows the top feedwheel to raise, and climb
over the larger diameter material. Additional spring
tension requires more hydraulic yoke lift cylinder power
to raise the top feedwheel. May require slight hydraulic
relief valve adjustment.
There are four adjustment positions on the Easy
Climb System. When adjusting spring tension have
the top feedwheel in the lowered position. Use the
Clevis Pin with Clip to adjust the tension. Make sure
that the Clevis Pin is installed properly and that the
Clip is secured tightly in place.
With the pin in position 1 the Easy Climb System
will have approximately 6” (152 mm) of travel before
you start spring tension. Use this position when
­chipping the maximum diameter material allowed by
the chipper.
BOTTOM MOUNT
BOTTOM
YOKE
With the pin in position 2 the Easy Climb System
will have approximately 4” (102 mm) of travel before
you start spring tension. Use this position while
chipping slightly smaller material than the maximum
diameter material allowed by the chipper.
With the pin in position 3 the Easy Climb System
will have approximately 2” (51 mm) of travel before you
start spring tension. Use this position when chipping
brush type material.
With the pin in position 4 the Easy Climb System
will have approximately 0” of travel before you start
spring tension. Use this position when chipping small
brush type material.
ADJUST ACCORDINGLY AS SPRINGS STRETCH.
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MODELS 90/150/200
MAINTENANCE SECTION
MAINTENANCE
PROCEDURE FOR UNPLUGGING YOUR CHIPPER
If your chipper is plugging, it is usually caused by allowing the engine to drop below required
R.P.M.’s. This can be resolved by simply shutting the feedwheel(s) off when the engine begins to lug
down. Operating the engine at speeds lower than full R.P.M.’s causes your chipper to plug. Always
run the chipper at full engine speed. If your chipper is equipped with the optional autofeed feature,
make sure it is set correctly. The setting for the low R.P.M. stop must be high enough not to allow the
chipper discharge to plug. Dull chipper knives also contribute to chipper plugging. Dull knives can ­create
slivers and chunks, causing the engine to lug excessively. Both of the aforementioned conditions cause
a plugging situation.
STEPS TO FOLLOW WHEN UNPLUGGING YOUR CHIPPER
1. Before attempting any type of maintenance disengage clutch, turn off engine, wait for the
disc/drum to come to a complete stop, install the disc/drum lock pin, disconnect battery, and make sure the ignition key is in your possession.
2. Make sure the chipper disc/drum is NOT turning and then open the hinged portion of the chipper hood.
3. Using gloved hands and some type of raking tool, dig the chips out of the chipper housing.
4.
If the discharge chute is plugged, use a raking tool to pull the majority of chips out of the open outlet end of the chute. Then, two people must remove the chute. Do not attempt this with one person, because the chute can fall causing injury. If used properly, a hoist can be used to assist in the removal of the chute.
5. Never allow one person to turn the chipper disc/drum when someone else is working inside the chipper housing. More than likely, the chipper disc/drum will turn hard then loosen causing it to turn faster. If another person is anywhere near the chipper disc/drum, they may be injured.
6. Never turn the chipper disc/drum by hand. Always use a pry bar or wood bar. This will prevent the person turning the disc/drum from being injured should the disc/drum break loose.
7. Reinstall the discharge chute, mount securely and point it in a safe direction away from anything.
8.
Never leave the chipper hood open and try to start the engine in order to engage the chipper disc/drum to blow chips out of the housing, this is very hard on the P.T.O. of the chipper and may burn clutch plates. Also, the flying debris is very dangerous. An exposed chipper disc/drum turning very fast creates an unsafe condition. In other words, DO NOT start the chipper with the hood open because it is just too dangerous.
9.
Once the disc/drum turns freely, close the chipper hood, insert the hood pin, install the padlock in the hood pin, reinstall the chipper hood engine disable plug, make sure the spring lock for hood pin springs back to the correct operating position on disc chippers, start engine, properly engage clutch and throttle to full speed. Insert a small branch into the feedwheel(s). If the chips
discharge properly, the chipper is clear and normal operation may resume.
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MODELS 90/150/200
MAINTENANCE SECTION
PAINT CARE
To help keep up the appearance of your Bandit Equipment and reduce the ­possibility of ­surface
rust follow these steps:
1)The machine should be washed on a regular basis with a non-abrasive mild detergent and then rinsed thoroughly. Do not pressure wash sensitive areas like: ­decals, gauges, ­
electronic devices, autofeed control, etc.
2)If a stone chip, paint scratch, or paint crack occurs - it should be repaired immediately. ­
Simply sand the edges of the damaged paint area, mask off the surrounding area and apply primer and paint to the dry, clean, and warm surface. This will help keep the damaged area from spreading or getting worse.
3)If you are unable to sand and mask the area, there are containers of primer and paint ­
available. A small brush can be used to touch up the area.
4)Also, primer and most colors of paint are available in aerosol spray cans to simply spray over the effected area after it is cleaned, dry, and warmed. This method is not as reliable as the process in step #2.
It is also reported that some equipment owners polish their machine at least yearly, and keep good
mud flaps on their towing trucks.
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MODELS 90/150/200
MAINTENANCE SECTION
TIRE WEAR DIAGNOSTIC CHART
Wear Pattern
Cause
Action
Center Wear
Over Inflation
Adjust pressure to particular
load per tire catalog
Edge Wear
Under Inflation
Adjust pressure to particular
load per tire catalog
Side Wear
Not Hauling Trailer Level
Bent Axles
Wide Tires
Wheel Bearings
Must be hauled parallel to ground
Replace as needed
Characteristic of wide flotation tires
Adjust or replace
Cupping
Out-Of-Balance
Wheel Bearings
Check bearing adjustment and balance tires
Adjust or replace
Flat Spots
Wheel Lock Up & Tire
Skidding
Avoid sudden stops when possible and
adjust brakes.
The wear pattern and tread life of tires involves many variables that the user has control of, but DOES NOT fall
under faulty manufacture or design.
The following is a list of some causes supplied by tire suppliers and axle manufacturers:
• Misalignment - from rough roads, pot holes, excessive speeds and hitting curbs.
• Tire Width - the wider the tire for flotation, the more uneven the tire wear.
• Tire Air Pressure - to much or too little, for the load.
• Vehicle Hitch Height - if trailer is not level with ground, axle camber is misaligned.
• Maintenance - wheel bearing lubrication and adjustment. Follow axle MFG. instructions.
• Brakes - uneven or misadjusted brakes cause irregular brake activation.
RECOMMENDED BRAKE ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE PER AXLE MANUFACTURER.
The proper clearance between the shoe and drum surfaces will be set up initially from our factory to assure
proper operation during the normal break in period. No further adjustment will be necessary until the vehicle
completes the recommended break in period of 200 miles (322 km).
Since all brakes of this type must be burnished or ”run in” before their full effectiveness can be achieved, the
MFG. maintenance manuals call for readjustment after the first 200 miles (322 km) of operation. This usually
allows ample time for the burnishing to take place. Readjustments are not necessary for brakes fitted with
­self‑adjustment features although periodic inspection is suggested.
The following shows the correct adjustment for the MFG. brakes of 10” & 12 1/4” diameter.
NOTICE Clearances that are too small will result in excessive drag and overheating while too much
clearance can render the brake nonfunctional.
AXLE SIZE
SIZE
TYPE
DIAMETRAL CLEARANCE
CLICKS TO BACK OFF
3500 LBS.
10” X 2.25”
Elec. or Hyd.
.040” (1 mm)
10 TO 16
7000 LBS.
12 1/4” X 2.5”
Elec. or Hyd.
.040” (1 mm)
7 TO 13
8000 LBS.
12 1/4” X 3.38”
Elec. or Hyd.
.040” (1 mm)
AUTOMATIC ADJUSTING
For additional brake adjustment procedures consult the axle manufacturer manual.
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MODELS 90/150/200
HYDRAULIC SECTION
HYDRAULIC SECTION
WARNING
DO NOT GO NEAR HYDRAULIC LEAKS!
High pressure oil easily punctures skin causing serious injury, gangrene, or death.
If injured, seek emergency medical help. Immediate surgery is required to remove
oil. DO NOT use fingers or skin to check for leaks. Lower load or relieve hydraulic
pressure before loosening fittings.
WARNING
DO NOT operate this machine unless all hydraulic control devices operate properly. They must function, shift
and position smoothly and accurately at all times. Faulty controls can cause personal injury!
HYDRAULIC FLUID REQUIREMENTS
This machine is equipped with “Petro-Canada Hydrex XV” hydraulic fluid. It is recommended to replace with
the same. “Petro-Canada Hydrex XV” is an all season hydraulic fluid. This is a premium performance, long life
anti‑wear, hydraulic fluid, designed for all season use in heavy duty hydraulic systems. “Petro-Canada ­Hydrex XV”
allows year round use under wide extremes of temperature. It allows the hydraulic system to start at ­temperatures
as low as -40°C/-40°F, under no load conditions and it improves lubrication of hydraulic components at high
operating temperatures. It will also help protect against hydraulic failures during the wide temperature swings
of spring and fall. To find the closest “Petro-Canada Hydrex XV” dealer call 1-888-284-4572.
Multi Viscosity motor oils are not recommended to mix with “Petro-Canada Hydrex XV” hydraulic oil. AW oils
may mix with “Petro-Canada Hydrex XV” hydraulic oil. The following are specifications and authorizations of
compatible oils. Only a high quality anti-wear (AW) hydraulic oil containing foam, corrosion, rust and oxidation
inhibitors should be used. This viscosity grade depends on the oil temperature in service, based on the climate
and operating conditions.
Hydrex XV
ISO 22, AW
ISO 32, AW
ISO 46, AW
ISO 68, AW
ISO 100, AW
>235
>95
>95
>95
>95
>95
Viscosity Index
Flash Point
>240°C /464°F >200°C /395°F >210°C /410°F >220°C /430°F >220°C /430°F >240°C /464°F
Oxidations
Stability
>9,000 Hours >3,000 Hours >3,000 Hours >3,000 Hours >3,000 Hours >3,000 Hours
(ASTM D0943)
Cold Start-up,
No Load, Max
-40°C/-40°F
-34°C/-29°F
-26°C/-14°F
-19°C/-3°F
-9°C/16°F
-4°C/24°F
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MODELS 90/150/200
HYDRAULIC SECTION
HYDRAULIC SECTION
Alternate hydraulic oils are available, but they do not equal the performance or longevity of
the “Hydrex XV” oil. Consult the following information supplied by the oil distributor.
(C ) -40
-34
-29
-23
-18
-12
-7
F A H R E N H E IT (F ) -40
-30
-15
-10
0
+ 10
+ 20
C E L C IU S
+ 10
+ 16 + 21 + 27
+ 32
+ 30 + 40 + 50
-1
+4
+ 60 + 70 + 80
+ 90 + 100 + 110 + 120 + 130
+ 38
+ 43 + 49
+ 54
ANTI-WEAR HYD. OIL NO. 68
ANTI-WEAR HYD. OIL NO. 46
ANTI-WEAR HYD. OIL NO. 32
ANTI-WEAR HYD. OIL NO. 22
HIGH VI - ANTI-WARE HYD. OIL NO. 46 (>140 VI)
PETRO-CANADA HYDREX XV (245VI)
Note: The above chart is a suggested guide for viscosity of hydraulic fluids at start up ambient
temperature. The load, demand, and cleanliness of the equipment will affect actual oil temperatures which can increase dramatically above ambient air temperatures during operation. The actual viscosity needed is based on oil temperature during operation and not air temperature. Compare your fluid specifications with the specifications below to verify ­compliance.
When choosing a hydraulic fluid - these maximum and minimum specifications must be met:
Minimum Viscosity during operation Maximum No-Load Viscosity at start-up
Hydraulic fluids vary in their resistance to oxidation at elevated temperatures, their ability to
protect against metal-to-metal contact under increasing temperature, and their ability to ­separate
water from the fluid. Viscosity is temperature dependant. Fluids with high viscosity-index (VI) will thin out slower at higher temperature and thicken slower at colder temperatures allowing a wider operating range. Choose a fluid that has test results in these areas for best results.
Based on the varying temperatures of the area where Bandit equipment is used, and the high demand and loads placed on this equipment, Bandit has filled each hydraulic system with
Petro-Canada’s Hydrex XV All Season Hydraulic Fluid for maximum protection and performance.
= 12 cSt
= 2000 cSt
Contact Petro Canada at (888) 284-4572 to find a dealer near you.
NOTICE
Some equipment and components such as fluid engagement clutch’s (PTO’s) have their own
lubrication requirements. Consult their manufactures manual for that information.
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MODELS 90/150/200
HYDRAULIC SECTION
MODEL 90
TYPICAL HYDRAULIC RELIEF PRESSURE SETTINGS
TYPICAL HYDRAULIC FLOWS AND RPM SETTINGS
(Approximate, For Reference Only, Engine At Full RPM)
Equipment
Model
90
2-Knife
90
3-Knife
90 PTO
2-Knife
540 RPM
90 PTO
2-Knife
1000 RPM
90 PTO
3-Knife
540 RPM
90 PTO
3-Knife
1000 RPM
Pump
GPM (LPM)
6.0
(22.7)
8.0
(30.3)
5.0
(18.9)
4.6
(17.4)
6.0
(22.7)
N/A
Top Feedwheel
GPM (LPM)
3.0
(11.4)
4.0
(15.1)
2.5
(9.5)
2.3
(8.7)
3.0
(11.4)
N/A
Bottom Feedwheel
GPM (LPM)
3.0
(11.4)
4.0
(15.1)
2.5
(9.5)
2.3
(8.7)
3.0
(11.4)
N/A
Feedwheel
RPM
45 - 46
61 - 62
38 - 39
37 - 38
44 - 45
N/A
If Equipped Main
Relief PSI (bar)
2500
(172)
2500
(172)
2500
(172)
2500
(172)
2500
(172)
2500
(172)
Feed Relief
PSI (bar)
2500
(172)
2500
(172)
2500
(172)
2500
(172)
2500
(172)
2500
(172)
Yoke Up Relief
PSI (bar)
900
(62)
900
(62)
900
(62)
900
(62)
900
(62)
900
(62)
Yoke Down Relief
PSI (bar)
900
(62)
900
(62)
900
(62)
900
(62)
900
(62)
900
(62)
Winch Relief
PSI (bar)
2200
(152)
2200
(152)
2200
(152)
2200
(152)
2200
(152)
2200
(152)
Disch. Rotate
PSI (bar)
500-800
(34-55)
500-800
(34-55)
500-800
(34-55)
500-800
(34-55)
500-800
(34-55)
500-800
(34-55)
Disch. Flipper
PSI (bar)
500-800
(34-55)
500-800
(34-55)
500-800
(34-55)
500-800
(34-55)
500-800
(34-55)
500-800
(34-55)
Tongue Jack
PSI (bar)
2200
(152)
2200
(152)
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Dump Box Cylinder
PSI (bar)
2500
(172)
2500
(172)
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
NOTICE
DO NOT UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES OVER-SET THESE RELIEF PRESSURES, BECAUSE IT WILL
CAUSE DAMAGE TO COMPONENT PARTS AS WELL AS HYDRAULIC PARTS.
NOTICE
These Typical Hydraulic Flows And Relief Pressure Settings Are With The Engine At Full RPM. All ­Settings Are
Subject To Change!
CAUTION
After the initial start-up of the machine and after any replacement of ­hydraulic components, that fittings and
hoses should be re-checked for leaks and clearances.
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MODELS 90/150/200
HYDRAULIC SECTION
MODEL 150
TYPICAL HYDRAULIC RELIEF PRESSURE SETTINGS
TYPICAL HYDRAULIC FLOWS AND RPM SETTINGS
(Approximate, For Reference Only, Engine At Full RPM)
Equipment
Model
150
2-Knife
150 PTO
2-Knife
540 RPM
150 PTO
2-Knife
1000 RPM
Pump
GPM (LPM)
6.0
(22.7)
6.0
(22.7)
5.0
(18.9)
Top Feedwheel
GPM (LPM)
3.0
(11.4)
3.0
(11.4)
2.5
(9.5)
Bottom Feedwheel
GPM (LPM)
3.0
(11.4)
3.0
(11.4)
2.5
(9.5)
Feedwheel
RPM
48-49
47-48
40-41
If Equipped Main
Relief PSI (bar)
2500
(172)
2500
(172)
2500
(172)
Feed Relief
PSI (bar)
2500
(172)
2500
(172)
2500
(172)
Yoke Up Relief
PSI (bar)
900
(62)
900
(62)
900
(62)
Yoke Down Relief
PSI (bar)
900
(62)
900
(62)
900
(62)
Winch Relief
PSI (bar)
2200
(152)
2200
(152)
2200
(152)
Disch. Rotate
PSI (bar)
500-800
(34 - 55)
500-800
(34 - 55)
500-800
(34 - 55)
Disch. Flipper
PSI (bar)
500-800
(34-55)
500-800
(34-55)
500-800
(34-55)
Tongue Jack
PSI (bar)
2200
(152)
N/A
N/A
NOTICE
DO NOT UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES OVER-SET THESE RELIEF PRESSURES, BECAUSE IT WILL
CAUSE DAMAGE TO COMPONENT PARTS AS WELL AS HYDRAULIC PARTS.
NOTICE
These Typical Hydraulic Flows And Relief Pressure Settings Are With The Engine At Full RPM. All ­Settings Are
Subject To Change!
CAUTION
After the initial start-up of the machine and after any replacement of ­hydraulic components, that fittings and
hoses should be re-checked for leaks and clearances.
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HYDRAULIC SECTION
MODEL 200
TYPICAL HYDRAULIC RELIEF PRESSURE SETTINGS
TYPICAL HYDRAULIC FLOWS AND RPM SETTINGS
(Approximate, For Reference Only, Engine At Full RPM)
Equipment
Model
200
2-Knife
200
3-Knife
200 PTO
2-Knife
540 RPM
200 PTO
2-Knife
1000 RPM
200 PTO
3-Knife
540 RPM
200 PTO
3-Knife
1000 RPM
200 HD
2-Knife
200
2-Knife
90 Ft./Min.
Pump
GPM (LPM)
7.0 - 8.0
(26.5 - 30.3)
8.0
(30.3)
7.0 - 8.0
(26.5 - 30.3)
8.5
(32.2)
8.0
(30.3)
8.5
(32.2)
11.0 - 12.0
(41.6 - 45.4)
7.0
(26.5)
Top Feedwheel
GPM (LPM)
3.5 - 4.0
(13.2 - 15.1)
4.0
(15.1)
3.5 - 4.0
(13.2 - 15.1)
4.25
(16.1)
4.0
(15.1)
4.25
(16.1)
5.5 - 6.0
(20.1 - 22.7)
3.5
(13.2)
Bottom Feedwheel
GPM (LPM)
3.5 - 4.0
(13.2 - 15.1)
4.0
(15.1)
3.5 - 4.0
(13.2 - 15.1)
4.25
(16.1)
4.0
(15.1)
4.25
(16.1)
5.5 - 6.0
(20.1 - 22.7)
3.5
(13.2)
Feedwheel
RPM
59-60
59-60
59-60
63-64
59-60
63-64
57-58
49-50
If Equipped Main
Relief PSI (bar)
2500
(172)
2500
(172)
2500
(172)
2500
(172)
2500
(172)
2500
(172)
2500
(172)
2500
(172)
Feed Relief
PSI (bar)
2500
(172)
2500
(172)
2500
(172)
2500
(172)
2500
(172)
2500
(172)
2500
(172)
2500
(172)
Yoke Up Relief
PSI (bar)
900
(62)
900
(62)
900
(62)
900
(62)
900
(62)
900
(62)
900
(62)
900
(62)
Yoke Down Relief
PSI (bar)
900
(62)
900
(62)
900
(62)
900
(62)
900
(62)
900
(62)
1000
(69)
1000
(69)
Winch Relief
PSI (bar)
2200
(152)
2200
(152)
2200
(152)
2200
(152)
2200
(152)
2200
(152)
2200
(152)
2200
(152)
Disch. Rotate
PSI (bar)
500-800
(34-55)
500-800
(34-55)
500-800
(34-55)
500-800
(34-55)
500-800
(34-55)
500-800
(34-55)
500-800
(34-55)
500-800
(34-55)
Disch. Flipper
PSI (bar)
500-800
(34-55)
500-800
(34-55)
500-800
(34-55)
500-800
(34-55)
500-800
(34-55)
500-800
(34-55)
500-800
(34-55)
500-800
(34-55)
Tongue Jack
PSI (bar)
2200
(152)
2200
(152)
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
2200
(152)
2200
(152)
NOTICE
DO NOT UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES OVER-SET THESE RELIEF PRESSURES, BECAUSE IT WILL
CAUSE DAMAGE TO COMPONENT PARTS AS WELL AS HYDRAULIC PARTS.
NOTICE
These Typical Hydraulic Flows And Relief Pressure Settings Are With The Engine At Full RPM. All ­Settings Are
Subject To Change!
CAUTION
After the initial start-up of the machine and after any replacement of ­hydraulic components, that fittings and
hoses should be re-checked for leaks and clearances.
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HYDRAULIC SECTION
HYDRAULIC SECTION
THE BANDIT HYDRAULIC SYSTEM
The Bandit is equipped with a very efficient, simple
hydraulic system. Each component is capable of
withstanding a specified PSI (bar) and still operate for
a very long time.
If the simple rules mentioned below are followed, the
hydraulic components will last for years:
•After you have operated a new machine for
­approximately an hour shut down the machine and
recheck all hydraulic fittings for tightness and leaks.
• Avoid hydraulic pump cavitation. Low oil levels or
cold start-ups will cause the hydraulic pump to cavitate.
Cavitation will ruin the pump and possibly the entire
hydraulic system. Cavitation only has to happen
once. This will start the pump on its way to ruin. Allow
hydraulic system to turn slowly for several minutes in
cold weather in order for hydraulic system to warm up.
Cavitation is not covered under warranty.
• Do not increase the feedwheel relief valve ­settings
beyond specified PSI (bar). This will cause damage to
­hydraulic components. Do not set any other hydraulic
­component past it’s specified pressure or this will cause
damage to the hydraulic components.
• Keep hydraulic oil clean. Dirty oil will cause excessive
wear and loss of hydraulic power.
• If the Bandit’s hydraulic system is kept clean and
the hydraulic pressures are not increased beyond
the specified PSI (bar), the maximum use and life
should be received from the Bandit chipper hydraulic
system.
• If a problem is encountered, it will more than likely
be located in the relief valve or something as simple
as belts or clutch slipping, check these first.
• Only use the optional adjustable flow control when
chipping large diameter trees. Do not leave the speed
adjustment partially open for long periods of time. This
will cause excessive heat to the hydraulic system!
Excessive heat will cause low feedwheel power and
premature failure of all hydraulic components. Always
operate system at full oil flow unless chipping large
diameter trees.
• Do not close the optional hydraulic shut-off valve
for more than 3 to 4 seconds. Hydraulic shut-off
valve handle must be completely turned on (in line
with hose) at all times unless checking hydraulic
­pressure. ­Pressure gauge should be safely stored and
installed only when checking pressure. Follow above
­instructions or this will cause unwarranted damage to
the hydraulic components.
• Replace the hydraulic oil filter(s) after first 10 hours
and with each 400 hours of operation or 3 months.
• Never close the ball valves on the hydraulic tank
­suction ports (if equipped) while the machine is running,
this will ruin the hydraulic pump and components.
• Replace hydraulic oil & suction screen(s) at least
once yearly. This is also a very good time to flush and
clean the tank. Replace hydraulic oil immediately if it
is contaminated or looks “milky”. See pages 58 - 59
for hydraulic oil requirements.
• Some component manufacturers require different
specific hydraulic lubrication, such as gear boxes,
undercarriage drives, etc. Refer to their manuals and
maintenance section of this manual.
HYDRAULIC COMPONENTS
Feedwheel hydraulic motor(s):
These hydraulic motor(s) are attached to the
feedwheel(s) by a tapered feedwheel motor ­connection
or by a clamp style connection.
Hydraulic pump:
The hydraulic pump could be bolted directly to
the engine, or may be driven by a sheave/belt
combination off of the chipper shaft.
Suction strainer(s):
This strainer(s) stops contaminants from reaching the
hydraulic pump. The suction strainer(s) should be
replaced at least once yearly or every 2000 hours.
Hydraulic tank:
This tank must be kept clean and filled minimum 7/8
full. Clean tank yearly.
Filter:
This spin-on cartridge filter must be replaced per
maintenance schedule.
Filter mount:
The filter is tightened on the Filter Mount.
Feedwheel valve:
This valve is actuated by the control bar. The valve
actuates the feedwheel for forward, off or reverse. It
may also contain an adjustable relief valve.
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HYDRAULIC SECTION
HYDRAULIC SECTION
WARNING
It is very important after you have operated a new machine for approximately an hour to shut down the machine and
recheck all hydraulic fittings. Retighten as needed.
DO NOT GO NEAR HYDRAULIC LEAKS! High pressure oil easily punctures skin causing serious injury, gangrene,
or death. Avoid burns from fluid. Hot fluid under pressure can cause severe burns. DO NOT use fingers or skin to
check for leaks. Lower load or relieve hydraulic pressure before loosening fittings. Relieve all pressure in the system
before ­disconnecting the lines, hoses, or performing other work. Use a piece of ­cardboard to find leaks. Never use your
bare hands. Allow system to cool down to ambient temperature before opening any coolant or hydraulic oil system.
In cold weather situations let your hydraulic system idle for approximately 15 minutes to allow the system to warm
up to operating temperature.
WARNING
DO NOT operate this machine unless all hydraulic control devices operate properly. They must function, shift
and position smoothly and accurately at all times. Faulty controls can cause personal injury!
NOTICE
Some equipment and components such as fluid engagement clutch’s (PTO’s) have their own lubrication
­requirements. Consult their manufactures manual for that information.
DANGER
Before attempting any type of maintenance disengage clutch, turn off engine, wait for the disc/drum to come
to a ­complete stop, switch the battery ­disconnect to the off position, and make sure the ­ignition key is in your
possession.
NOTICE
DO NOT UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES OVER-SET THESE RELIEF PRESSURES, BECAUSE IT WILL
CAUSE DAMAGE TO COMPONENT PARTS AS WELL AS HYDRAULIC PARTS.
NOTICE
These Typical Hydraulic Flows And Relief Pressure Settings Are With The Engine At Full RPM. All ­Settings Are
Subject To Change!
CAUTION
After the initial start-up of the machine and after any replacement of ­hydraulic components, that fittings and
hoses should be re-checked for leaks and clearances.
NOTICE
When returning hydraulic components for warranty make sure to box up all warranted parts to avoid ­additional
damage while shipping. Do not disassemble any hydraulic components which are to be ­ warranted.
Anything which has been disassembled or tampered with will not be warranted. Items being returned must be
clean. All hydraulic components must have all hosing ports plugged. Failure to plug ports will allow debris to
enter components which will void warranty.
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MODELS 90/150/200
HYDRAULIC SECTION
HYDRAULIC SECTION
THE BANDIT CHIPPER IS EQUIPPED WITH ONE OF THREE
POSSIBLE MAIN RELIEF HYDRAULIC PRESSURE ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURES
PROCEDURE 1 FOR MODELS 90/150/200 WITH NO OPTIONS
The relief valve is typically located internally in the control valve. Do not adjust this relief valve above 2500
PSI (172 bar). The relief valve system is a simple spring tension design but small pieces of debris can
stick the valve partially open which weakens the feedwheel power. The relief as well as hydraulic oil, and
screen must be kept clean.
Feedwheel
Control Valve
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
VALVE SEAT:
The springs pushes the relief valve ball against it, until pressure builds.
POPPIT VALVE:
This ball opens and closes to relieve excess pressure on hydraulic system.
RELIEF SPRING:
This spring tensions the amount of pressure required to open the relief valve ball. This spring weakens and must be checked and/or readjusted every month for best performance.
SLOTTED SET SCREW:
Turn clockwise to increase pressure, but do not surpass maximum of 2500 PSI (172 bar).
HEX HEAD PLUG:
Remove to access the relief valve.
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HYDRAULIC SECTION
MODELS 90/150/200
YOUR BANDIT CHIPPER IS EQUIPPED WITH ONE OF THREE
HYDRAULIC PRESSURE ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE OPTIONS.
HOSE
To Tank
HOSE
From Pump
HOSE
Flow Divider
Feedwheel
Control Valve
HOSE
Gauge
Top Motor
HOSE
PLUG
HOSE
Bottom Motor
HOSE
WARNING
PROCEDURE 1 FOR MODELS 90/150/200 WITH NO OPTIONS cont.
CHECKING AND ADJUSTING RELIEF VALVE PRESSURE
Before attempting any hydraulic pressure settings, make sure engine is shut off, engine key removed and in
your possession, hydraulic oil is clean, hydraulic tank is 7/8 full, and the machine has been pre-run to warm the
hydraulic oil. To correctly check relief valve pressure, gauge MUST be installed correctly.
1. First put the control handle in the off position.
2. Disconnect the flow divider from the control valve and plug the port on the flow divider.
3. Leave all other hydraulic hoses connected.
4. Install pressure gauge in port on the control valve from which the flow divider was disconnected.
5. Start engine with the control handle in the off position.
6. Adjust engine to full throttle.
7. Engage control handle to the normal operating position to activate a reading on the pressure gauge.
8. Pressure gauge should read maximum 2500 PSI (172 bar).
ONLY ENGAGE CONTROL HANDLE FOR 4-5 SECONDS TO SET PRESSURE OR YOU MAY
DAMAGE HYDRAULICS.
9. Readjust relief pressure setting if needed, if not needed, shut off engine and remove plug and gauge. ­
Reassemble flow divider to control valve.
10. Check for hydraulic leaks.
11. Relief valve pressure should be checked and/or readjusted every month for best performance.
MAINTAIN FEEDWHEEL HYDRAULIC PRESSURE AT 2500 PSI (172 bar).
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MODELS 90/150/200
HYDRAULIC SECTION
YOUR BANDIT CHIPPER IS EQUIPPED WITH ONE OF THREE
HYDRAULIC PRESSURE ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE OPTIONS.
Yoke Lift Control Valve
HOSE
To Tank
Main Relief Block
Hex Head Cap
HOSE
HOSE
Yoke Lift
Cylinder
From Pump
HOSE
HOSE
Flow
­Divider
HOSE
Feedwheel Control
Valve
PLUG
HOSE
HOSE
Top Motor
GAUGE
HOSE
Bottom Motor
HOSE
WARNING
PROCEDURE 2 FOR MODELS 90/150/200 WITH OPTIONS
(SHOWN WITH LIFT CYLINDER OPTION)
Before attempting any hydraulic pressure settings, make sure engine is shut off, engine key removed and in
your possession, hydraulic oil is clean, hydraulic tank is 7/8 full, and the machine has been pre-run to warm the
hydraulic oil. To correctly check relief valve pressure, gauge MUST be installed correctly.
1. First put the control handle in the off position.
2. Disconnect hydraulic hose going from flow divider to feedwheel control valve at the feedwheel control valve end.
3. Leave all other hydraulic hoses connected.
4. Install pressure gauge in port on feedwheel control valve where you disconnected the hose and plug the end of the hose.
5. Start engine with the control handle in the off position.
6. Adjust engine to full throttle.
7. Engage control handle to the normal operating position to activate a reading on the pressure gauge.
8. Pressure gauge should read maximum 2500 PSI (172 bar).
ONLY ENGAGE CONTROL HANDLE FOR 4-5 SECONDS TO SET PRESSURE OR YOU MAY
DAMAGE HYDRAULICS.
9. Readjust relief pressure setting by first removing hex head cap, then loosen jam nut, finally use an allen wrench to adjust pressure setting, if needed. If not needed, shut off engine and remove the plug and gauge.
10. Reassemble hose from flow divider to feedwheel control valve.
11. Check for hydraulic leaks.
12. Relief valve pressure should be checked and/or readjusted every month for best performance.
MAINTAIN FEEDWHEEL HYDRAULIC PRESSURE AT 2500 PSI (172 bar).
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MODELS 90/150/200
HYDRAULIC SECTION
YOUR BANDIT CHIPPER IS EQUIPPED WITH ONE OF THREE
HYDRAULIC PRESSURE ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE OPTIONS.
Yoke Lift Control Valve
Main Relief
P
HOSE
HOSE
T
HOSE
HOSE
From Pump
To Tank
Main Relief Block
Yoke Lift
HOSE
Cylinder
HOSE
Main Relief Block
F l o w
­Divider
Allen
Wrench
HOSE
Feedwheel Control
Valve
Top Motor
HOSE
GAUGE
HOSE
PLUG
Relief
T
A
P
HOSE
B
HOSE
Bottom Motor
HOSE
Autofeed Plus Block
WARNING
PROCEDURE 3 FOR MODELS 90/150/200 WITH OPTIONS
(SHOWN WITH AUTOFEED PLUS AND LIFT CYLINDER OPTIONS COMBINED)
Before attempting any hydraulic pressure settings, make sure engine is shut off, engine key removed and in
your possession, hydraulic oil is clean, hydraulic tank is 7/8 full, and the machine has been pre-run to warm the
hydraulic oil. To correctly check relief valve pressure, gauge MUST be installed correctly.
1. First put the control handle in the off position.
2. Disconnect hydraulic hose going from autofeed plus block (or from flow divider if machine not equipped with autofeed plus) to feedwheel control valve at the feedwheel control valve end.
3. Leave all other hydraulic hoses connected.
4. Install pressure gauge in port on feedwheel control valve where you disconnected the hose and plug the end of the hose.
5. Start engine with the control handle in the off position.
6. Adjust engine to full throttle.
7. Engage control handle to the normal operating position to activate a reading on the pressure gauge.
8. Pressure gauge should read maximum 2500 PSI (172 bar).
ONLY ENGAGE CONTROL HANDLE FOR 4-5 SECONDS TO SET PRESSURE OR YOU MAY
DAMAGE HYDRAULICS.
9. Locate relief next to autofeed solenoid, loosen jam nut, use an allen wrench to readjust relief pressure setting if needed, and then retighten jam nut.
10. Reassemble hose from autofeed plus block (or from flow divider) to feedwheel control valve.
11. Check for hydraulic leaks.
12. Relief valve pressure should be checked and/or readjusted every month for best performance.
MAINTAIN FEEDWHEEL HYDRAULIC PRESSURE AT 2500 PSI (172 bar).
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HYDRAULIC SECTION
PROCEDURE FOR CHECKING OPTIONAL HYDRAULIC COMPONENTS
YOKE LIFT CONTROL VALVE
(VALVE FOR OPTIONAL
COMPONENT)
ALL OPTIONAL COMPONENTS
MAY BE CHECKED THIS WAY
TO TANK
PLUG
GAUGE
YOKE LIFT
CYLINDER
(OPTIONAL COMPONENT)
FEEDWHEEL CONTROL VALVE
FROM PUMP
WARNING
MODELS 90/150/200 PROCEDURE
Before attempting any hydraulic pressure settings, make sure engine is shut off, engine key removed and in
your possession, hydraulic oil is clean, hydraulic tank is 7/8 full, and the machine has been pre-run to warm the
hydraulic oil. To correctly check relief valve pressure, gauge MUST be installed correctly.
1. First put control handle in off position.
2. Disconnect hose coming out of the port farthest from the handle of the control valve from the optional ­
motor or cylinder, and plug the hose.
3. Leave all other hydraulic hoses connected.
4. Install pressure gauge in the valve port which had the hose of the optional motor or cylinder ­disconnected.
5. Start engine with the control handle in the off position.
6. Adjust engine to full throttle.
7.
Only operate the valve for that component to activate pressure gauge. Pressure gauge should read the maximum specified PSI (bar) for that component, see pages 60 - 62.
ONLY OPERATE VALVE FOR 4-5 SECONDS TO SET PRESSURE OR YOU MAY DAMAGE ­
HYDRAULICS.
8. Readjust relief pressure setting if needed, if not needed, shut off engine and remove plug and pressure gauge. Reassemble control valve to optional motor or cylinder.
9. Check for hydraulic leaks.
10. Relief valve pressure should be checked and/or readjusted every month for best performance.
MAINTAIN FEEDWHEEL HYDRAULIC PRESSURE AT SPECIFIED PSI (bar).
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MODELS 90/150/200
HYDRAULIC SECTION
HYDRAULIC SYSTEM TROUBLE SHOOTING
Before attempting any type of maintenance disengage clutch, turn off engine, wait for
the disc/drum to come to a complete stop, install the disc/drum lock pin, disconnect
battery, and make sure the ignition key is in your possession!
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSE
SOLUTION
Feedwheel(s) turn
1. Dull Knives
1. Replace knives
at normal speed
2. Worn feed teeth2. Replace
but does not chip
3. Low feedwheel relief valve setting
3. Readjust to specified PSI (bar)
wood properly
4. Pump is worn4. Replace
5. Motor is weak
5. Replace
6. Feedwheel springs too loose
6. Adjust
7. Clutch / belts out of adjustment
7. Adjust
8. Engine not running at full rpms
8. Adjust
Feedwheel(s) slow 1. Dull knives
1. Replace knives
or stop when
2. Relief valve is worn or dirty
2. Clean, reset or replace
feeding
3. Pump is worn3. Replace
4. Motor is worn4. Replace
5. Feedwheel springs too tight
5. Adjust
6. Lubricate
6. Feedwheel slide box sticking or
hanging up
Feedwheel(s) turn
1. Relief valve stuck open
1. Clean or replace
slowly or not at all2. Worn hydraulic motor2. Replace
3. Pump is worn3. Replace
4. Feedwheel Relief pressure off
4. Reset to specified PSI (bar)
5. Pinched or damaged hydraulic hose
5. Replace
6. Feedwheel valve (control valve)
6. Replace
worn & leaking internally
7. Low hydraulic oil level
7. Fill 7/8 full minimum
8. Plugged oil screen
8. Replace
9. Binding such as worn bearings, etc.
9. Repair
10. Control lever improperly shifting valve
10. Readjust, valve must open
completely
Hydraulic oil very 1. Dull knives
1. Replace knives
hot, causing 2. Low oil level2. Fill 7/8 full minimum
system to 3. Pump is worn3. Replace
operate slowly
4. Relief valve stuck open or opens easily
4. Clean, reset or replace 5. Damaged hose
5. Replace
6. Oil suction screen or filter plugged
6. Clean or replace
7. Oil cooler plugged, if equipped
7. Clean
8. Motor is worn
8. Replace
9. Binding 9. Repair
10. Operator running oil over relief too much
10. Don’t
11. Flow control is on for too long
11. Open flow control
MAINTAIN FEEDWHEEL HYDRAULIC PRESSURE AT SPECIFIED PSI (bar).
Follow typical hydraulic flow and relief settings on pages 60 - 69.
Follow proper hydraulic oil requirements on pages 58 - 59.
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Bandit
MODELS 90/150/200
HYDRAULIC SECTION
CORRECTING HYDRAULIC PROBLEMS
Before attempting any type of maintenance disengage clutch, turn off engine, wait for
the disc/drum to come to a complete stop, install the disc/drum lock pin, disconnect
battery, and make sure the ignition key is in your possession!
COMPONENT
PROCEDURE
Checking relief
valve setting
Refer to the hydraulic pressure adjustment procedure section of the
manual to find the correct procedure for checking relief valve setting.
(pgs. 65 - 69)
Adjusting relief
valve setting
Refer to the hydraulic pressure adjustment procedure section of the
manual to find the correct procedure for adjusting relief valve pressure
settings. (pgs. 65 - 69)
Cleaning relief valve (with engine shut off)
1. Remove plug from feedwheel valve (control valve), see illustration
of relief valve components. (pg. 65)
2. Unscrew slotted set screw completely out of the valve.
3. Remove poppit spring.
4. Remove poppit ball.
5. Clean all parts, inspect for damage and blow out relief hole with air.
6. Reassemble, set and maintain feedwheel hydraulic pressure at specified PSI (bar).
Checking for
defective pump
1. See pages 72-73 on how to check a hydraulic pump.
Checking for 1. If everything checks out as correct, it may be time to check the
defective motor
hydraulic motor.
2. If your machine has Live Hydraulics, see page 68 on how to check a ­
hydraulic motor.
3. If your machine does not have Live Hydraulics, contact your local dealer or Bandit Industries for instructions.
NOTICE
When returning hydraulic components for warranty make sure to box up all warranted parts to avoid ­additional
damage while shipping. Do not disassemble any hydraulic components which are to be ­ warranted.
Anything which has been disassembled or tampered with will not be warranted. Items being returned must be
clean. All hydraulic components must have all hosing ports plugged. Failure to plug ports will allow debris to
enter components which will void warranty.
MAINTAIN FEEDWHEEL HYDRAULIC PRESSURE AT SPECIFIED PSI (bar).
Follow typical hydraulic flow and relief settings on pages 60 - 69.
Follow proper hydraulic oil requirements on pages 58 - 59.
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MODELS 90/150/200
HYDRAULIC SECTION
HYDRAULIC PUMP CHECK OUT
HYDRAULIC PUMP CHECK OUT WITHOUT USING A FLOW METER
To check out the hydraulic pump the mechanic will need a needle type flow control valve, a pressure gauge ­capable
of reading 3000 psi (207 bar) and a long enough hose that will span between the pump and the ­hydraulic tank.
1) Disconnect the pressure line going from the pump at the first component and cap the fitting at the component.
2) Attach a Tee fitting to the end of the pressure hose (which was removed from the component) and ­
install the Tee fitting and gauge.
3) Attach the hydraulic flow control valve to the Tee fitting and the hose (you supply) to the outlet port of the flow control valve.
4) Make sure the pressure gauge is installed up stream from the flow control valve.
Failure to do this will cause serious damage to the hydraulic pump when testing.
5) If the hydraulic oil tank is equipped with a mesh strainer in the fill neck, remove it and place the open end of the hose (you supply) into the tank fill neck.
6) MAKE SURE THAT THE FLOW CONTROL VALVE IS FULLY OPEN SO AS TO ALLOW
UNRESTRICTED FLOW TO PASS THROUGH IT.
7) Start the engine to engage the pump, the clutch may have to be engaged if the pump is belt driven.
8) Have a second person lift the hydraulic hose far enough out of the tank inlet to observe the flow of oil going into the tank. Observe the pressure gauge reading to make sure a high pressure does not exist.
9) Increase the engine speed slowly to full rpm and at the same time observe the pressure. This should still remain low.
10) SLOWLY turn the needle valve on the flow control in and observe the pressure increase on the ­
pressure gauge.­
11) Continue closing the flow control valve until the pressure gauge reading reaches 90% of the normal ­
relief valve setting (example: if system operates at 2500 psi (172 bar), do not exceed 2250 psi (155 bar). Never allow the pressure to go more than 90% of the main relief pressure.
12) If the pump is good there should be no noticeable decrease in the flow rate coming out of the hose and into the hydraulic tank.
13) If 90% of the main relief pressure can not be obtained and/or the flow rate of the hose is considerably less, then the pump is worn or damaged.
First
­Component
After Pump
Cap after
­removing
hose.
Flow Control
Valve
Gauge
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Tee
­Fitting
Flow
­Direction
Outlet
Hose
­supplied
by you.
Do not exceed
90% of system
pressure.
Pump
Remove any filler
neck screen.
Hydraulic
Tank
Flow
­Direction
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MODELS 90/150/200
HYDRAULIC SECTION
HYDRAULIC PUMP CHECK OUT
HYDRAULIC PUMP CHECK OUT USING A FLOW METER
To check out the hydraulic pump the mechanic will need a needle type flow meter capable of reading 3000 psi
(207 bar) and a long enough hose that will go from the flow meter back to the first component.
1)
2)
3)
Disconnect the pressure line going from the pump at the first component.
Attach the flow meter to the end of the pressure hose (which was removed from the component).
Attach the hose you supplied to the outlet of the flow meter and run the hose back to the first ­
component. MAKE SURE THE HOSES ARE ON THE CORRECT SIDES OF THE FLOW METER.
4) Make sure the pressure gauge is installed up stream from the flow control valve.
Failure to do this will cause serious damage to the hydraulic pump when testing.
5) MAKE SURE THAT THE FLOW CONTROL VALVE IS FULLY OPEN SO AS TO ALLOW UNRESTRICTED FLOW TO PASS THROUGH IT.
6) Start the engine to engage the pump, the clutch may have to be engaged if the pump is belt driven.
7) Observe the flow rate through the meter and pressure gauge reading to make sure a high pressure does not exist.
8) Increase the engine speed slowly to full rpm and at the same time observe the pressure and flow rate. The pressure should still remain low. Make a note of the flow rate (gpm or Lpm) at full engine rpm.
9) SLOWLY turn the needle valve on the flow control in and observe the pressure increase on the ­
pressure gauge.
10) Continue closing the flow control valve until the pressure gauge reading reaches 90% of the normal ­
relief valve setting (example: if system runs at 2500 psi (172 bar), do not exceed 2250 psi (155 bar). Never allow the pressure to go more than 90% of the main relief pressure.
11) If the pump is good, you should have at least 80% of the flow rate (gpm or Lpm) passing through the flow meter as noted at low pressure and full rpm (example: 10 gpm (38 Lpm) and low pressure = 8 gpm (30 Lpm) at 90% pressure).
12) If 90% of the main relief pressure can not be obtained and/or the flow rate passing through the meter is considerably less, then the pump is worn or damaged.
Flow
Meter
First
­Component
After Pump
Hose
­supplied by
you.
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Flow
­Direction
Outlet
Pump
Do not exceed
90% of system
pressure.
Hydraulic
Tank
Flow
­Direction
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MODELS 90/150/200
HYDRAULIC SECTION
HYDRAULIC MOTOR CHECK OUT
HYDRAULIC MOTOR CHECK OUT FOR MACHINES WITH LIVE HYDRAULICS
To check out a hydraulic motor the mechanic will need a pressure gauge capable of reading 3000 p.s.i. (207 bar), a Tee
fitting to install in the control valve, a plug fitting to install in the control or relief valve and a clean 5 gallon (19L) pail.
1)
The following instructions are for machines with Live Hydraulics, for machines without Live Hydraulics contact your local dealer or Bandit Industries.
2) In order to check out a hydraulic motor, it is necessary to mechanically stop the motor from turning while under load. The hydraulic pump needs to be driven without turning the chipper disc/drum (Live Hydraulics). Feed a reasonably large size log into the machine until it contacts the stationary disc/drum. This should stall the hydraulic motor(s). It may also be necessary to apply down pressure by ­operating the yoke control valve (if equipped).
3) With the feedwheel(s) mechanically locked as described, turn the engine off and keep the key in your possession. If the hydraulic motor does not have a case drain, unhook the hose going from the ­
hydraulic motor back to the control valve at the valve, some machines will be equipped with a flow ­
divider between the hydraulic motor and the control valve. If the hydraulic motor has a case drain, ­
unhook the case drain hose that goes to the relief valve at the valve.
4) Place the end of the hose in a clean 5 gallon (19L) pail.
5) Plug the open port of the control valve or main relief valve.
6) Unhook the other hose in the control valve and install a Tee fitting into the control valve and attach the hose to the Tee fitting.
7) Install a pressure gauge in the other port in the Tee fitting to monitor hydraulic pressure.
8) Put the infeed control valve in the center position and start the engine.
9) Increase the engine speed slowly to full rpm.
10) Operate the infeed control valve to feed the log into the stationary disc/drum. If the feedwheel(s) try to turn, apply down pressure by using the yoke control valve (if equipped).
11) Providing the pump and the relief are functioning properly, the pressure gauge should read the specified
main relief setting.
12) Observe the amount of hydraulic fluid coming from the hose into the pail. The amount of leakage should not be more than about 1 g.p.m. (3.8 L.p.m.) into the pail.
Gauge
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Tee
Fitting
Flow
Direction
Control
Valve
Hydraulic
Motor
Plugged
Port
Flow
Direction
Clean
5 Gallon
Pail
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MODELS 90/150/200
HYDRAULIC SECTION
CONTROL VALVE DETENT ASSEMBLY AND
­­O‑RING REPLACEMENT
Tools Required:
- Small amount of clean hydraulic oil
- Clean working area, free of debris and shop rags
- 3/16” Tee handle hex driver
- 1/2” drag link drive socket
- Jawed vice
1/2” Drag Link
Drive Socket
General Procedure:
Seal
Retainer
Disassembly:
1) Secure valve in vice or suitable method to Back-Up
Ring
firmly hold valve.
2) Note the orientation and placement of all ­
O-ring
components during disassembly.
3) Using the 3/16” Tee handle hex driver, ­remove (2) two socket head cap screws which hold the spring cover to the valve body. Set aside for re-use.
Valve Body
4) The detent assembly is now visible. Insert the 1/2” drag link drive socket blade into slot of ­
retaining screw. Loosen and remove the ­
retaining screw along with the entire detent ­
assembly.
5) With the 3/16” Tee handle hex driver, remove Valve Spool
(2) two socket head cap screws that hold the control lever assembly to the valve body.
6) Detach hand lever from spool. Carefully remove valve spool from valve body. Take Hand Lever
care not to scratch, dent, or nick the spool. O-Ring
Note the orientation of handle ­attachment point on spool. Set aside for re-use.
Back-Up
7) Remove (2) seal retainers, o-rings, and Ring
Seal
back‑up rings from both ends of the valve.
Retainer
8) Inspect and replace o-ring and back-up ring if cut, or if leak is suspected.
Spring
Cover
Detent
Assembly
Relief
Valve Kit
Assembly:
1) Lubricate spool, o-rings, and back-up rings with clean oil. Insert spool and center it in the valve body.
2) Place the new o-rings and back-up rings over spool ends and seat them into the valve body. Seat the seal retainer onto back-up ring making sure not to pinch the o-ring or back-up ring against the valve body.
3) Re-attach the hand lever to the spool. Mount control lever assembly onto the valve body using the (2) two socket head cap screws.
4) Thread a new detent assembly onto the spool end and hand tighten with the 1/2” drag link drive socket blade. No additional lubricant is required.
5) Mount the spring cover and the (2) socket head cap screws.
6) Hand tighten all (4) four socket head cap screws with the 3/16” Tee handle hex driver.
7) Shift valve with hand lever to assure operation. With some effort, the hand lever should move between three positions. The detent will hold the hand lever in the three positions.
Instructions and illustrations provided by component manufacturer.
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MODELS 90/150/200
HYDRAULIC SECTION
SPECIFIC SCHEMATIC FUNCTION MAY VARY DEPENDING
ON OPTIONS OR COMPONENT MANUFACTURE.
WITH NO OPTIONS
FEEDWHEEL
MOTOR
FLOW
DIVIDER
FEEDWHEEL
MOTOR
CONTROL
VALVE
PUMP
SUCTION
SCREEN
FILTER
TANK
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MODELS 90/150/200
HYDRAULIC SECTION
SPECIFIC SCHEMATIC FUNCTION MAY VARY DEPENDING
ON OPTIONS OR COMPONENT MANUFACTURE.
WITH AUTOFEED PLUS, YOKE LIFT CYLINDER, WINCH
FEEDWHEEL
MOTOR
WINCH
MOTOR
FLOW
DIVIDER
FEEDWHEEL
MOTOR
YOKE LIFT
CYLINDER
AUTOFEED
VALVE
CONTROL
VALVE
CONTROL
VALVE
CONTROL
VALVE
SELECTOR
VALVE
AUTOFEED
VALVE
PUMP
SUCTION
SCREEN
FILTER
TANK
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MODELS 90/150/200
CHIPPER SECTION
CHIPPER SECTION
Knives should be replaced in sets. These sets
are determined by the amount of resharpening
done to the knives. It should be reinstalled with
another knife of comparable usage. It helps
to keep the disc/drum balanced, and it helps
­maintain chip quality.
NEVER allow these knives to wear ­ beyond
­absolute specified minimum distance from the
center line of bolt (see below).
UNDER NO SITUATION IS HEAL OF KNIFE TO BE
INSIDE EDGE OF MILLED POCKET!
YES
NO
TROUBLE SHOOTING CHIPPER PROBLEMS
1) Chipper Makes Poor Quality Chips or Does Not Feed Properly.
A. Knives have lost their edge. File, grind or replace knives. DO NOT operate the Bandit with dull knives.
B. Knife anvil worn or needs adjustment. ­
Rotate, repair or replace (see Figure 1).
C. Feedwheel(s) are not operating correctly. (SEE HYDRAULIC TROUBLE ­SHOOTING). D. The throat/base opening is a high-wear area. The feed plate anvil takes much
of this wear but other areas wear as well. Attention must be paid to any areas where outer, noncutting edges of chipper knife are exposed. These areas must be built up with weld to maintain the original integrity.
E. Knives are at the wrong angle. Knives must be ground at a 30° to 31° angle.
F. Feedwheel teeth worn (REPLACE).
G. Material being chipped is very small, dry or rotting. This type of material does not ­
produce good chip quality.
FIGURE 1
2) Chipper Knife Hits Anvil.
A. Check the anvil clearance at both sides of the knife by using a feeler gauge, the
clearance should be .045” (1.1 mm) to .065” (1.7 mm) from the highest knife.
B. Check the chipper front bearing ­retainer cap for tightness (SEE TORQUE CHART).
3) Discharge Plugs or Does Not Throw Chips Properly.
A. Lugging engine on large material - keep engine RPM up.
B. Knives are dull or worn to minimum size.
C. Obstruction in discharge chute. ­
Patches ­welded into the chute can cause ­
obstruction of chip flow. Anything causing an obstruction will cause the chute to plug.
D. Chipping rotting material that has little ­
substance can also plug the discharge chute.
E. Worn fan blades.
4) Chipper Bearings Running Too Hot.
A. Improper lubrication - purge bearings once a day with EP-2 Lithium type grease.
B. Chipper disc operating at too high RPM’s. DO NOT exceed recommended RPM’s.
C. Front bearing retainer cap loose (SEE TORQUE CHART).
D. Bearings worn out (REPLACE).
E. Set screws on sheave side bearing not tight.
1/2” x 4 1/2” (12.7 mm x 114.3 mm)
Chipper Knives (Mod. 150/200 Start 6/00)
Fill Working Edge With Hard Surface Weld
As Flat To Anvil Surface As Possible.
Use A Non-Weldable Bar Stock (Brass)
BRASS
BAR
2” (50.8 mm)
Min.
2” (50.8 mm)
Min.
1/2” x 4” (12.7 mm x 101.6 mm)
Chipper Knives (Mod. 90)(Mod. 150/200 Pre 6/00)
ANVIL
REMOVE BRASS BAR AFTER BUILDING UP
AREA WITH HARD SURFACE WELD AND
SQUARE WORKING CORNER WITH GRINDER
1 13/16” (46 mm)
Min.
1 13/16” (46 mm)
Min.
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MODELS 90/150/200
CHIPPER SECTION
KNIFE GRINDING AND FILING
Only Bandit knives and hardware are recommended for use in your Bandit chippers. Only then can you be
assured of a quality product that fits and performs the best to the standards of excellence that is expected from
the Bandit chipper.
Chipper knives MUST be kept sharp at all times for
the ultimate chipper and knife performance. The main
cause of poor cutting performance is dull knives.
Dull Knives Cause:
- Excessive waste of engine horsepower
- Bad quality chips; chunks, slivers, etc.
- Excessive strain on knives and mounting hardware
- Excessive strain on chipper disc/drum bearings and total machine
- Excessive chipping vibration damaging the ­machine
- Excessive strain on drives, PTO’s, engines, etc.
- Increase the probability of the discharge plugging and decreases the throwing distance
- Loss of time and money
The Dulling Of Chipper Knives Is Caused By:
- Poor quality knives
- Improper anvil to knife clearance
- Force feeding wood faster than chipper will accept
- Dirt, grit, or foreign material on the wood
- Chipper knives ground at wrong angle
- Improper care of knives and knife hardware
These are just a few factors, there are other ­situations
that can lead to the dulling of chipper knives.
NOTICE
CAUTION
Do not grind the knives in a direction which produces
a radius, or hollow grind, on the surface of the knife.
Strength and life of the cutting edge is reduced.
- For maximum chipper efficiency, the original ­
cutting angle must be maintained when the knives are ­sharpened. The knives should be machine ground to produce a flat, straight edge.
- Do not sharpen the knives with a hand held power grinder. The knife angle can’t be held and heat will
distort the metal.
- Sharpening techniques should be the same as
those employed for any high carbon steel cutting edge. Use a coolant and exercise care not to draw temper or crack the cutting edges by excessive heating.
- Knives may be sharpened repeatedly as long as their original width is not reduced to less than the ­specified minimum width. If a knife measures less than the specified minimum width after sharpening, it must be discarded.
- Inspect the knives after grinding to ensure the knives are free of cracks.
- Maintain spare sharpened knives to avoid ­
downtime for knife sharpening.
Many times a chipper knives cutting edge/point
can be brought back to a good edge with a #10 Flat
Bastard Mill File. This can reduce the amount of
­regrinding.
Typical Knife Grinding Angles:
“Bolt-In” Knives = 30° to 31° Angle
Knives should be replaced in sets. These sets are
determined by the amount of resharpening done to the
knives (knife width). Regrinding knives reduces the
width of the knife. Knife replacement should be done in
sets of the same width knives. That will ­reduce ­chipping
vibration and increase chipping ­performance.
NOTICE
- Keep knives sharp.
- Keep knife angle correct when grinding.
- Do not over grind so knife is narrower than allowed
width, or you will pack wood and break knives.
- Use correct knife size, knife quality, knife ­mounting hardware, and torque knife mounting hardware to the specified torque.
- Replace knife mounting hardware after (5) times of ­
tightening.
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Bandit
MODELS 90/150/200
CHIPPER SECTION
KNIFE CHANGING PROCEDURE
Only Bandit knives and hardware are recommended for use in your Bandit chippers. Only then can you be
assured of a quality product that fits and performs the best to the standards of excellence that is expected from
the Bandit chipper.
DANGER
Chipper knives are sharp and can be dangerous. It is always necessary for your protection to be extra
­careful and wear proper hand protection when handling knives. Before changing knives make sure all shut down
procedures are followed.
1. Before attempting any type of maintenance ­disengage clutch, install clutch lock if equipped, turn off ­
engine, wait for the disc/drum to come to a complete stop, install the disc/drum lock pin, disconnect ­
battery, and make sure the ignition key is in your possession.
2.
Disconnect the chipper hood engine disable plug.
3.
Remove the padlock from the hood pin.
4.
On disc chippers, recess the spring lock for the hood pin and retract the hood pin. On drum chippers, retract the hood pin.
5.
Carefully open the hinged part of the chipper hood. Do not slam the chipper hood to the open position. This will cause damage to the hinge. If the hinge becomes damaged by slamming the hood open, ­
replace the hinge immediately! If the hinge has become damaged, it will cause misalignment of the hood, the chipper disc/drum may hit the hood and cause a serious accident!
6.
Changing the chipper knives is a two person job. One person, using a wooden block, holds the chipper knife in place while the other person removes the chipper knife hardware. Remove all of the knives in each pocket. If the machine is a disc chipper with 5/8” knife bolts, typically a 3/8” allen key and
a 1 1/16” socket is required to change or torque the knife hardware. If the machine is a disc chipper with 1/2” knife bolts, typically a 5/16” allen key and a 7/8” socket is required to change or torque the knife hardware. If the machine is a drum chipper, typically a 15/16” socket is required to change or torque the knife hardware.
7.
Once the knives have been removed, inspect the knife pocket. Check for secure welds, excessive wear, impact cracks, and elongated bolt holes on disc chippers or the condition of the knife bolt threads on drum chippers. If a problem is found, contact your local dealer or Bandit Industries.
8.
Clean out the knife pocket at this time. Remove all debris from the pocket and knife bolt holes.
9.
Sharpen, rotate, or replace the chipper knife. Knives should be professionally ground, maintaining angle and dimensional specifications. Knives should be replaced in sets. These sets are determined by the amount of resharpening done to the knives. It should be reinstalled with another knife of comparable usage. It helps to keep the disc/drum balanced, and it helps ­maintain chip quality. Do not allow the knives to wear beyond the absolute minimum specified distance from the center line of the bolt hole. Reinstall the chipper knives. Make sure to properly torque the knife hardware, see Bolt Torque Chart. Knife mounting hardware must be replaced after maximum of 4 - 5 knife rotations/changes to in sure safe clamping ability. All knives and knife mounting hardware must be factory approved.
10. Remove the disc/drum lock pin. Very carefully, manually with a bar, turn the chipper disc/drum to the next knife pocket. Reinstall the disc/drum lock pin.
11. Repeat steps 6 though 10, for each knife pocket.
12.
­
Once the knives have been changed or rotated, check the anvil clearance. Make sure the clearance is maintained to the specified distance from the highest knife. Do Not under any circumstance attempt to rotate the chipper disc/drum while someone is inside the infeed hopper. They may become seriously injured, Do Not Do This!
13. Close the hinged part of the chipper hood and reinstall the hood pin, hood pin padlock, chipper hood ­
disable plug, and on disc chippers make sure the spring lock for the hood pin springs back into position.
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Bandit
MODELS 90/150/200
LUBRICATION & COOLANT
LUBRICATION & COOLANT
1) Engine: Follow original equipment manufacturer’s requirements for both changing oils and filters, refer to engine manual
­specifications.
2) Engine Coolant: Refer to engine manufacturer’s manual specifications.
3) Clutch: Follow original equipment manufacturer’s requirements for both greasing and adjusting. Frequently, adjust
and lubricate per PTO manufacturer’s manual.
4) Wheel Bearings: Follow axle manufacturer’s instructions for greasing or oiling wheel bearings.
5) Tracks (if equipped): Follow track manufacturer’s instructions for specific track lubricating procedures.
6) Hydraulic Reservoir Tank: Completely change hydraulic oil, suction screen(s), and flush the tank annually. Change
hydraulic oil filter(s) AFTER FIRST 10 HOURS OF OPERATION. Then change hydraulic oil filter(s) every 3 months or 400
hours thereafter. Maintain hydraulic oil level 7/8 full. See hydraulic oil requirements below. Check hydraulic oil level in tank
daily.
7) High Pressure Filter(s) (if equipped): If machine is equipped, change high pressure oil filter(s) AFTER FIRST 10
HOURS OF OPERATION. Then change high pressure oil filter(s) every 3 months or 400 hours thereafter.
8) Hydraulic Fluid Requirements: See pages 58 - 59 for hydraulic fluid requirements.
9) Discharge Swivel: Grease swivel plates for discharge every 3 months or as needed.
10) Hood Hinge: Make sure the hood hinge operates correctly, and is lubricated daily. Must replace hinge if damaged.
11) Steel Friction Areas: Lubricate all steel friction areas including, but not limited to pivoting, hinged, sliding, and ­rotating
areas weekly. (i.e. control handle, folding pan, discharge flipper, winch rollers, height adjustable discharge, discharge
T‑handle, etc.)
12) Pintle Eye Ring: Keep greased monthly to reduce wear and extend the normal life of your pintle eye ring.
13) Chain Operated Components: Use a dry lubricant on any chain driven components weekly. (i.e. hydraulic swivel
discharge, or chain driven feedwheels)
14) Chipper & Feedwheel Bearings: Use an EP-2 Lithium type grease only for all bearings. Purge chipper bearings daily
with grease you can not over grease these bearings. Grease feedwheel bearings daily with one shot of grease. Both types
of bearings are ­designed with a relief system that will not allow over greasing. In other words, you can not hurt the bearing
seals by pumping in too much grease. Wipe off excess grease. Excessive grease will attract dirt.
Most of the failures related to bearings are diagnosed as “Contamination”. Contamination is caused by improper
­lubrication.
Especially important is proper lubrication when the chipper is setting idle. The bearings must be fully purged
when shut down. Then the bearings must be again fully purged each thirty (30) days and the machine allowed to
run for approximately 10 minutes. Then fully purged again before the machine is put back into operation. Failure
to do this will ruin the bearings. Bearings corrode when the machine is setting idle.
The second largest cause of bearing failure is operating them at high speeds when the grease is cold. This causes the
bearing race to turn on the shaft. Naturally this ruins the bearing as well as the shaft. Allow the ­bearings to turn at slower
speeds for at least five minutes. Also check the bearing lock collar set screws or ­bearing locknut for tightness each 30 days.
Loose set screws or locknut allows the race to turn on the shaft. Failed bearings diagnosed as contamination or cold starts
at high speed are not covered by warranty of the bearing manufacturer.
15) Feedwheel Slide Box:
Check that feedwheel slide box is working smoothly, oil with 10W/30 type motor oil weekly. Clean and oil the slide guides.
After pinning, chaining, and blocking the top yoke in the up ­position, clean and oil each side of the bottom yoke. Especially
new ­machines need oiling to ensure correct operation during brea­k­-­­­­in.
16) PTO Jack Shaft Bearings (if equipped): Use an EP-2 Lithium type grease only for all bearings. If the machine is PTO
powered, purge the jack shaft bearings daily. Wipe off excess grease. ­Excessive grease will attract dirt.
17) Chip Box Turntable Bearing (if equipped): Use an EP-2 Lithium type grease only for all bearings. If the machine is
equipped chip box, grease turntable bearing zerks with 1 to 2 shots of grease weekly. Wipe off excess grease. ­Excessive
grease will attract dirt.
18) “Bandit Lever Throttle Cable (if equipped): If the machine is equipped with a “Bandit” lever throttle system, lubricate
inner throttle cable and cable ends with a cable lube or SAE 10W/30 oil every month. Replace throttle cable if it doesn’t
operate smoothly.
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MODELS 90/150/200
ELECTRICAL SECTION
TYPICAL ELECTRICAL WIRING DIAGRAMS
WIRING FOR STANDARD 6 PRONG PLUG AND 6 WIRE MAIN
CABLE EFFECTIVE ON MACHINES BUILT AFTER 11/01/04
6 Wire Main Cable Color Code
Red R (Brakes & Breakaway Switch)
White W (Ground)
Green G (Right Turn)
Yellow Y (Left Turn)
Brown BR (Running Lights)
Black BL (Power to Breakaway Switch)
POWER TO
BREAKAWAYBLACK WIRE
BREAK AWAY
SWITCH
RIGHT TURN-GREEN WIRE
LEFT TURN-YELLOW WIRE
RT
LT
S
A
ELECTRIC BRAKES-RED
GD
TM
GROUND-WHITE WIRE
RUNNING LIGHTS-BROWN WIRE
J
AMBER
MARKER
LIGHT
JUNCTION BOX
WIRES SPLICED TOGETHER
WHITE WIRES GROUNDED
ELECTRIC
BRAKES
WIRE MAIN CABLE
TO RED WIRE
ON MAIN CABLE
R
R
BR
CK
A
BL
BR
BREAKAWAY SWITCH
BATTERY
R
W
BLACK
AMBER
MARKER
LIGHT
LEFT TURN YELLOW
RT
LT
A
S
GD
TM
ELECTRIC BRAKES
BLACK
GROUND - WHITE WIRE
RUNNING LIGHTS - BROWN WIRE
TAILLIGHT
BR
BR
J
BR
BR
BL
ELECTRIC
BRAKES
6 WIRE MAIN CABLE COLOR CODE (OLD STYLE)
RIGHT TURN GREEN
G
BL
W
6
RED MARKER
LIGHT
3 LIGHT
MARKER BAR
(IF APPLICABLE)
BR
LICENSE
PLATE
LIGHT
BR
TAILLIGHT
Y
RED MARKER
LIGHT
OLD STYLE
6 Wire Main Cable Color Code
Black BL (Brakes)
White W (Ground)
Green G (Right Turn)
Yellow Y (Left Turn)
Brown BR (Running Lights)
Red R (Breakaway Switch)
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MODELS 90/150/200
REPLACEMENT PARTS
REPLACEMENT PARTS SECTION
Depending on what replacement parts you are ordering
the following information will be needed:
CHIPPER COMPONENTS
Serial Number
Model Number of Chipper
ENGINE COMPONENTS
Brand
Engine Serial Number
Engine Spec. Number
CLUTCH COMPONENTS
Brand
Serial Number
Assembly Number of Clutch
NOTICE
When ordering any replacement parts you should have the serial number (S/N) and model of
the machine to ensure that you receive the correct replacement part. See page 6 for typical
serial number & work order number locations.
NOTICE
All nuts, bolts, washers, and many other components can be ordered by physical description.
NOTICE
Some of the components shown in this section are for optional equipment and may not apply
to every machine.
NOTICE
Bandit Industries Inc. reserves the right to make changes in models, size, design, installations
and applications on any part without notification.
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MODELS 90/150/200
INFEED HOPPER COMPONENTS
NOTICE Parts may not be exactly as shown.
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Bandit
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MODELS 90/150/200
INFEED HOPPER COMPONENTS
LOCATION
MODEL 90
PART NUMBER
MODEL 150/200
PART NUMBER
1 a.
b.
c.
2 a.
b.
3 a.
b.
4.
5.
6 a.
b.
7 a.
b.
8.
9 a.
b.
10.
11.
12a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
13.
14.
15a.
b.
c.
16.
17a.
b.
18a.
b.
19.
20a.
b.
c.
21a.
b.
22.
23.
24.
25a.
b.
c.
d.
26.
27.
28a.
b.
980-0503-17
980-0128-90
N/A
900-4901-83
900-7900-93
980-300320
980-0129-66
900-4905-45
980-0129-86
900-4905-40
980-0509-56
900-4905-39
980-0509-56
980-0133-34
955-300086
900-7900-96
900-4900-44
980-0133-09
980-300577
980-300578
980-300576
980-300575
N/A
N/A
900-2909-93
980-300118
980-300186
980-300187
N/A
980-0137-06
980-200176
980-200177
900-2908-76
900-2908-74
900-2908-75
900-4909-72
900-4909-58
900-4909-67
980-2002-82
980-0508-72
900-4914-18
980-0507-42
980-300290
900-4906-31
900-4906-34
900-4903-59
900-4906-33
900-2900-07
980-0122-55
980-0508-64
900-4904-29
980-0503-17
980-0128-90
981-1007-31
900-4901-83
900-7900-93
980-300320
980-0129-66
900-4905-45
980-0129-86
900-4905-40
980-0509-56
900-4905-39
980-0509-56
980-0133-34
955-300086
900-7900-96
900-4900-44
980-0133-09
980-300577
980-300578
980-300576
980-300575
981-300152
981-300151
900-2909-93
980-300118
980-300186
980-300187
980-300002
980-0137-06
980-200176
980-200177
900-2908-76
900-2908-74
900-2908-75
900-4909-72
900-4909-58
900-4909-67
980-2002-82
980-0508-72
900-4914-18
980-0507-42
980-300290
900-4906-31
900-4906-34
900-4903-59
900-4906-33
900-2900-07
980-0122-55
980-0508-64
900-4904-29
DESCRIPTION
Folding Pan For 35” Wide Infeed Hopper
Folding Pan For 45” Wide Infeed Hopper
Folding Pan For 64” Wide Infeed Hopper
Folding Pan Spring Lock - 1/2” Diameter Pin
Rubber Cap For Spring Lock - 1/2” Diameter (Not Shown)
Spring Mount For Spring Assist - 2” x 3” Rim
Spring Mount For Spring Assist - 2” Dia. Rim
Cotter Pin For Spring Tube
Spring Tube For Spring Assist
Right Spring For Spring Assist
Spring Assist Kit (Includes 3 Through 8)
Left Spring For Spring Assist
Spring Assist Kit (Includes 3 Through 8)
Top Spring Block (Specify Length 1 1/2” or 2 1/2”)
Folding Pan Lock Pin
Rubber Cap For Lock Pin (Not Shown)
Pivot Pin Jam Nut
Pivot Tube
Pivot Pin For 35” Wide Infeed Hopper (Road Side)
Pivot Pin For 35” Wide Infeed Hopper (Curb Side)
Pivot Pin For 45” Wide Infeed Hopper (Road Side)
Pivot Pin For 45” Wide Infeed Hopper (Curb Side)
Pivot Pin For 64” Wide Infeed Hopper (Road Side)
Pivot Pin For 64” Wide Infeed Hopper (Curb Side)
LED 3 Light Bar
Mount For LED 3 Light Bar
Control Handle For 35” Wide Infeed Hopper
Control Handle For 45” Wide Infeed Hopper
Control Handle For 64” Wide Infeed Hopper
Folding Pan Lock Tab For 1/2” Diameter Pin
Tail Light Mount - Road Side
Tail Light Mount - Curb Side
LED Tail Light
Adapter Wire for LED Tail Light (Not Shown)
Rubber Grommet for LED Tail Light
1/4”-20NC x 1” Hex head Bolt
1/4” Flat Washer
1/4” Lock nut
Heavy Duty Tail Light Cover (Start 11/08)
Heavy Duty Tail Light Cover (Pre 11/08)
Plastic Knob
Wooden Push Paddle
License Plate and Light Mount
1/4”-20NC x 3/4” Hex Head Bolt
1/4” Lock Washer
1/4” Flat Washer
1/4-20NC Hex Nut
License Plate Light Wooden Push Paddle Mount
Last Chance Cable Assembly
Last Chance Orange Cable & Clamp
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LOCATION
MODEL 90
PART NUMBER
MODEL 150/200
PART NUMBER
29.
30a.
b.
31.
32.
33a.
b.
34.
35.
36a.
b.
c.
37a.
b.
38a.
b.
c.
39.
40a.
b.
41.
42a.
b.
43a.
b.
44a.
b.
45.
46a.
b.
47a.
b.
48a.
b.
c.
49.
50a.
b.
c.
d.
51a.
b.
52a.
b.
c.
53.
54a.
b.
c.
55.
56a.
b.
900-4906-32
980-100139
980-0123-94
980-100141
986-200023
900-4906-54
900-4906-62
980-0100-70
980-300082
900-1909-79
900-1909-81
900-1900-66
900-4909-23
900-4900-13
900-4905-79
900-4905-80
900-4900-36
981-300031
900-4900-04
900-4902-02
981-300030
900-4905-14
900-4905-19
900-4906-28
900-4906-32
980-0138-10
980-0111-08
980-300083
900-4912-37
900-4900-13
980-200078
980-0126-46
900-4906-72
900-4906-90
900-4906-84
980-0133-23
986-200035
986-0501-82
980-300333
980-0132-68
980-200223
980-0123-28
900-3925-03
904-0007-14
900-4913-23
980-0126-45
900-4906-37
900-4906-47
900-4906-48
937-900009
980-300515
937-300316
900-4906-32
980-100139
980-0123-94
980-100141
981-200035
900-4906-54
900-4906-62
980-0100-70
980-300082
900-1909-79
900-1909-81
900-1900-66
900-4909-23
900-4900-13
900-4905-79
900-4905-80
900-4900-36
981-300031
900-4900-04
900-4902-02
981-300030
900-4905-14
900-4905-19
900-4906-28
900-4906-32
980-0138-10
980-0111-08
980-300083
900-4912-37
900-4900-13
980-200078
980-0126-46
900-4906-72
900-4906-90
900-4906-84
980-0133-23
980-200098
980-0508-77
980-300333
980-0132-68
980-200223
980-0123-28
900-3925-04
904-0007-14
900-4913-23
980-0126-45
900-4906-37
900-4906-47
900-4906-48
937-900009
980-300515
937-300316
DESCRIPTION
1/4”-20NC Lock Nut
Hydraulic Control Arm - 20 1/2” (Start 8/04)
Hydraulic Control Arm - 17” (Pre 8/04)
Feedwheel Control Valve Linkage
Winch and Valve Mount (Start 9/04 Approx.)
3/8”-16NC x 3/4” Hex Head Bolt
3/8” Lock Washer
Bottom Feedwheel Scrapper Bar
Bottom Feedwheel Bearing Backer Plate
Feedwheel Bearing (Set Screw Style) (Start 8/04)
Feedwheel Bearing - Debris (Set Screw Style)(Start 8/04)
Feedwheel Bearing (Pre 8/04)
1/2”-13NC x 1-1/4” SHCS (Start 8/04)
3/8”-16NC x 1” Hex Head Bolt (Pre 8/04)
Clevis Pin
Cotter Pin for Clevis Pin
Flat Washer
Bottom Mount for Easy Climb System
Yoke Spring
Spring Adjuster (Pre 9/99) (Not Shown)
Top Mount for Easy Climb System
Clevis Pin
Hair Pin for Clevis Pin
1/4”-20NC x 1-1/4” Flat Head Cap Screw
1/4” Lock Nut
Yoke Slide - 1” x 1” x 11 1/2” (Start 4/04)
Yoke Slide - 3/4” x 1” x 11 1/2” (Pre 4/04)
Top Feedwheel Bearing Backer Plate
1/2”-13NC x 1” SHCS (Start 8/04)
3/8”-16NC x 1” Hex Head Bolt (Pre 8/04)
Top Yoke Assembly (Start 8/04)
Top Yoke Assembly (Pre 8/04)
1/2”-13NC x 1-1/2” Hex Head Bolt
1/2” Flat Washer
1/2”-13NC Hex Lock Nut
Yoke Lift / Top Plate Angle Mount
Yoke Lift Assembly (Start 6/05)
Yoke Lift Assembly (Pre 6/05)
Top Yoke Plate Without Yoke Lift (Not Shown)
Decal Plate Only
Yoke Lock Pin (Start 6/05)
Yoke Lock Pin (Pre 6/05)
Yoke Lift Cylinder-Welded
Pin For Welded Cylinder (Not Shown)
Rubber Washer - Top Of Cylinder (Not Shown)
Top Yoke Strap (Pre 6/05)
5/16”-18NC x 1” Hex Head Bolt
5/16” Lock Washer
5/16” Flat Washer
Torque Arm Cushion
Top Torque Arm Stop
Torque Arm Cushion Mount
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INFEED HOPPER COMPONENTS
LOCATION
MODEL 90
PART NUMBER
MODEL 150/200
PART NUMBER
57a.
b.
58a.
b.
c.
59.
60a.
b.
61a.
b.
62a.
b.
63a.
b.
64.
65a.
b.
c.
d.
66a.
b.
c.
67a.
b.
68a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
69a.
b.
70a.
b.
c.
71.
72a.
b.
73a.
b.
c.
74a.
b.
c.
d.
75.
76.
77.
78.
79.
900-1909-80
900-1900-66
900-4910-73
900-4906-47
900-4906-48
980-0508-57
900-7901-23
900-7900-38
900-4909-53
900-4905-54
626-300268
626-0001-69
900-4900-13
900-4906-62
980-0124-98
900-3920-30
900-3908-63
N/A
N/A
986-0501-74
980-300207
986-0501-73
986-200002
986-0501-45
900-3944-21
900-3920-30
900-3908-63
N/A
N/A
980-300514
937-300316
986-0501-75
980-300207
986-0501-73
900-4901-83
980-0500-30
981-1000-60
986-2000-57
986-2000-61
N/A
904-0006-91
980-300063
980-300064
N/A
900-3930-96
980-100158
980-100157
900-7900-96
900-3914-02
900-1909-80
900-1900-66
900-4910-73
900-4906-47
900-4906-48
980-0508-57
900-7901-23
900-7900-38
900-4909-53
900-4905-54
626-300268
626-0001-69
900-4900-13
900-4906-62
980-0124-98
900-3920-30
900-3908-63
900-3925-96
900-3910-09
986-0501-74
980-300207
986-0501-73
980-200114
980-0500-29
900-3944-21
900-3920-30
900-3908-63
900-3925-96
900-3910-09
980-300514
937-300316
986-0501-75
980-300207
986-0501-73
900-4901-83
980-0500-30
981-1000-60
980-2002-57
980-2002-56
980-2002-80
904-0006-91
980-300063
980-300064
980-300065
900-3930-96
980-100158
980-100157
900-7900-96
900-3914-02
DESCRIPTION
Feedwheel Bearing (Grip-Tight Style) (Start 8/04)
Feedwheel Bearing (Pre 8/04)
5/16”-18NC Hex Nut
5/16” Lock Washer
5/16” Flat Washer
Coupler Guard Mount
Rubber Coupler Guard - 17 3/4” (Start 6/05)
Rubber Coupler Guard - 15 3/4” (Pre 6/05)
Taper Pin With Nut (Start 6/05)
Taper Pin Only (Pre 6/05)
Coupler With Motor Nut and Taper Pin With Nut (Start 6/05)
Coupler With Motor Nut and Taper Pin (Pre 6/05)
3/8”-16NC x 1” Hex Head Bolt
3/8” Lock Washer
Torque Arm
Top Feedwheel Hyd. Motor (O-Ring Ports)(Start 1/03)
Feedwheel Hydraulic Motor (Pipe Thread)(Pre 1/03)
Special Hyd. Motor - (18 cu.in.)(O-Ring Ports)(Start 1/03)
Special Hyd. Motor - (18 cu.in.)(O-Ring Ports)(Pre 1/03)
Top Feedwheel Assembly
Top Feedwheel Tooth
Top Feedwheel Shaft & Coupler Assembly
Feedwheel Slide Box Assembly (Start 8/04)
Feedwheel Slide Box Assembly (Pre 8/04)
Bottom Feedwheel Hyd. Motor (O-Ring Ports) (Start 5/09)
Bottom Feedwheel Hyd. Motor (O-Ring Ports) (1/03-5/09)
Feedwheel Hydraulic Motor (Pipe Thread)(Pre 1/03)
Special Hyd. Motor - (18 cu.in.)(O-Ring Ports)(Start 1/03)
Special Hyd. Motor - (18 cu.in.)(O-Ring Ports)(Pre 1/03)
Bottom Torque Arm Stop
Torque Arm Cushion Mount
Bottom Feedwheel Assembly
Bottom Feedwheel Tooth
Bottom Feedwheel Shaft & Coupler Assembly
Trap Door Spring Lock
Trap Door Assembly
Hinge For Trap Door
35” Wide Infeed Hopper Assembly
45” Wide Infeed Hopper Assembly
64” Wide Infeed Hopper Assembly
Dual Yoke Lift Control Bar Kit
Dual Yoke Lift Control Bar - 35” Wide Infeed Hopper
Dual Yoke Lift Control Bar - 45” Wide Infeed Hopper
Dual Yoke Lift Control Bar - 64” Wide Infeed Hopper
Short Valve Handle - Lift Cylinder Control Linkage
Control Arm - Dual Yoke Lift - 12 1/2”
Dual Yoke Lift Control Bar Tab
Rubber Cap - Dual Yoke Lift Control Bar
Clamp - Lift Control Bar
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INFEED HOPPER COMPONENTS
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LOCATION
PART NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
1 a.
b.
c.
2 a.
b.
3 a.
b.
4.
5.
6 a.
b.
7 a.
b.
8.
9 a.
b.
10.
11.
12a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
13.
14.
15a.
b.
c.
16.
17a.
b.
18a.
b.
19.
20a.
b.
c.
21a.
b.
22.
23.
24.
25a.
b.
c.
d.
26.
27.
28a.
b.
29.
980-0503-17
980-0128-90
981-1007-31
900-4901-83
900-7900-93
980-300320
980-0129-66
900-4905-45
980-0129-86
900-4905-40
980-0509-56
900-4905-39
980-0509-56
980-0133-34
955-300086
900-7900-96
900-4900-44
980-0133-09
980-300577
980-300578
980-300576
980-300575
981-300152
981-300151
900-2909-93
980-300118
980-300186
980-300187
980-300002
980-0137-06
980-200176
980-200177
900-2908-76
900-2908-74
900-2908-75
900-4909-72
900-4909-58
900-4909-67
980-2002-82
980-0508-72
900-4914-18
980-0507-42
980-300290
900-4906-31
900-4906-34
900-4903-59
900-4906-33
900-2900-07
980-0122-55
980-0508-64
900-4904-29
900-4906-32
Folding Pan For 35” Wide Infeed Hopper
Folding Pan For 45” Wide Infeed Hopper
Folding Pan For 64” Wide Infeed Hopper
Folding Pan Spring Lock - 1/2” Diameter Pin
Rubber Cap For Spring Lock - 1/2” Diameter
Spring Mount For Spring Assist - 2” x 3” Rim
Spring Mount For Spring Assist - 2” Dia. Rim
Cotter Pin For Spring Tube
Spring Tube For Spring Assist
Right Spring For Spring Assist
Spring Assist Kit (Includes 3 Through 8)
Left Spring For Spring Assist
Spring Assist Kit (Includes 3 Through 8)
Top Spring Block (Specify Length 1 1/2” or 2 1/2”)
Folding Pan Lock Pin
Rubber Cap For Lock Pin (Not Shown)
Pivot Pin Jam Nut
Pivot Tube
Pivot Pin For 35” Wide Infeed Hopper (Road Side)
Pivot Pin For 35” Wide Infeed Hopper (Curb Side)
Pivot Pin For 45” Wide Infeed Hopper (Road Side)
Pivot Pin For 45” Wide Infeed Hopper (Curb Side)
Pivot Pin For 64” Wide Infeed Hopper (Road Side)
Pivot Pin For 64” Wide Infeed Hopper (Curb Side)
LED 3 Light Bar
Mount For LED 3 Light Bar
Control Handle For 35” Wide Infeed Hopper
Control Handle For 45” Wide Infeed Hopper
Control Handle For 64” Wide Infeed Hopper
Folding Pan Lock Tab For 1/2” Diameter Pin
Tail Light Mount - Road Side
Tail Light Mount - Curb Side
LED Tail Light
Adapter Wire for LED Tail Light (Not Shown)
Rubber Grommet for LED Tail Light
1/4”-20NC x 1” Hex head Bolt
1/4” Flat Washer
1/4” Lock nut
Heavy Duty Tail Light Cover (Start 11/08)
Heavy Duty Tail Light Cover (Pre 11/08)
Plastic Knob
Wooden Push Paddle
License Plate and Light Mount
1/4”-20NC x 3/4” Hex Head Bolt
1/4” Lock Washer
1/4” Flat Washer
1/4-20NC Hex Nut
License Plate Light Wooden Push Paddle Mount
Last Chance Cable Assembly
Last Chance Orange Cable & Clamp
1/4”-20NC Lock Nut
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INFEED HOPPER COMPONENTS
MODELS 150/200 QUAD FEED
LOCATION
PART NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
30a.
b.
31.
32.
33a.
b.
34.
35a.
b.
c.
36a.
b.
37.
38.
39.
40a.
b.
c.
41a.
b.
c.
42.
43a.
b.
c.
44.
45a.
b.
46.
47a.
b.
48a.
b.
c.
49a.
b.
50.
51 a.
b.
52.
53.
54a.
b.
c.
55.
56a.
b.
c.
d.
57a.
b.
980-100139
980-0123-94
980-100141
981-200035
900-4906-54
900-4906-62
980-300082
900-1909-79
900-1909-81
900-1900-66
900-4909-23
900-4900-13
900-1906-69
900-1904-85
980-0509-72
900-4900-13
900-4906-62
900-4906-65
900-1904-81
900-1904-83
900-1904-82
981-300066
900-4905-79
900-4905-80
900-4900-36
981-300031
900-4900-04
900-4902-02
981-300030
900-4905-14
900-4905-19
900-4906-28
900-4906-32
900-4905-19
980-0138-10
980-0111-08
981-300066
900-4912-37
900-4900-13
980-0509-71
980-300083
900-4906-72
900-4906-90
900-4906-84
980-0133-23
980-200099
980-0509-77
980-300343
980-0132-68
980-200223
980-0130-54
Hydraulic Control Arm - 20 1/2” (Start 8/04)
Hydraulic Control Arm - 17” (Pre 8/04)
Feedwheel Control Valve Linkage
Winch and Valve Mount (Start 9/04 Approx.)
3/8”-16NC x 3/4” Hex Head Bolt
3/8” Lock Washer
Bottom Climber Feedwheel Bearing Backer Plate
Feedwheel Bearing (Set Screw Style) (Start 8/04)
Feedwheel Bearing - Debris (Set Screw Style)(Start 8/04)
Feedwheel Bearing (Pre 8/04)
1/2”-13NC x 1-1/4” SHCS (Start 8/04)
3/8”-16NC x 1” Hex Head Bolt (Pre 8/04)
Feedwheel Sprocket (16 Teeth)
Sprocket Bushing
Bottom Feedwheel Chain Guard Assembly
3/8”-16NC x 1” Hex Head Bolt
3/8” Lock Washer
3/8” Flat Washer
Feedwheel Chain
Master Link (Not Shown)
Half Link (Not Shown)
Bottom Feedwheel Bearing Backer Plate
Clevis Pin
Cotter Pin for Clevis Pin
Flat Washer
Bottom Mount for Easy Climb System
Yoke Spring
Spring Adjuster (Pre 9/99) (Not Shown)
Top Mount for Easy Climb System
Clevis Pin
Hair Pin for Clevis Pin
1/4”-20NC x 1-1/4” Flat Head Cap Screw
1/4” Lock Nut
Hair Pin for Clevis Pin (Not Shown)
Yoke Slide - 1” x 1” x 11 1/2” (Start 4/04)
Yoke Slide - 3/4” x 1” x 11 1/2” (Pre 4/04)
Top Climber Feedwheel Bearing Backer Plate
1/2”-13NC x 1” SHCS (Start 8/04)
3/8”-16NC x 1” Hex Head Bolt (Pre 8/04)
Top Feedwheel Chain Guard Assembly
Top Feedwheel Bearing Backer Plate
1/2”-13NC x 1-1/2” Hex Head Bolt
1/2” Flat Washer
1/2”-13NC Hex Lock Nut
Yoke Lift / Top Plate Angle Mount
Yoke Lift Assembly (Start 6/05)
Yoke Lift Assembly (Pre 6/05)
Top Yoke Plate Without Yoke Lift (Not Shown)
Decal Plate Only
Yoke Lock Pin (Start 6/05)
Yoke Lock Pin (Pre 6/05)
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LOCATION
PART NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
58a.
b.
c.
59.
60a.
b.
61a.
b.
c.
62.
63a.
b.
64a.
b.
65a.
b.
c.
66.
67a.
b.
68a.
b.
69a.
b.
70a.
b.
71.
72a.
b.
73a.
b.
c.
74a.
b.
c.
75a.
b.
76.
77a.
b.
c.
78a.
b.
c.
79a.
b.
c.
80.
81a.
b.
900-3925-04
904-0007-14
900-4913-23
980-300574
980-200117
980-0509-60
900-4906-37
900-4906-47
900-4906-48
937-900009
980-300515
937-300316
900-1909-80
900-1900-66
900-4910-73
900-4906-47
900-4906-48
980-0508-57
900-7901-23
900-7900-38
900-4909-53
900-4905-54
626-300268
626-0001-69
900-4900-13
900-4906-62
980-0124-98
900-3920-30
900-3908-63
980-0509-75
980-300207
980-0509-49
980-0509-74
980-300208
980-0129-13
980-200118
980-0509-52
981-300198
900-3944-21
900-3920-30
900-3908-63
980-0509-88
980-300207
980-0509-49
980-0509-73
980-300208
980-0129-13
900-4901-83
980-200042
981-1000-60
Yoke Lift Cylinder-Welded
Pin For Welded Cylinder (Not Shown)
Rubber Washer - Top Of Cylinder (Not Shown)
Top Yoke Strap (Pre 6/05)
Top Yoke Assembly (Start 8/04)
Top Yoke Assembly (Pre 8/04)
5/16”-18NC x 1” Hex Head Bolt
5/16” Lock Washer
5/16” Flat Washer
Torque Arm Cushion
Top Torque Arm Stop
Torque Arm Cushion Mount
Feedwheel Bearing (Grip-Tight Style) (Start 8/04)
Feedwheel Bearing (Pre 8/04)
5/16”-18NC Hex Nut
5/16” Lock Washer
5/16” Flat Washer
Coupler Guard Mount
Rubber Coupler Guard - 17 3/4” (Start 6/05)
Rubber Coupler Guard - 15 3/4” (Pre 6/05)
Taper Pin With Nut (Start 6/05)
Taper Pin Only (Pre 6/05)
Coupler With Motor Nut and Taper Pin With Nut (Start 6/05)
Coupler With Motor Nut and Taper Pin (Pre 6/05)
3/8”-16NC x 1” Hex Head Bolt
3/8” Lock Washer
Torque Arm
Top Feedwheel Hyd. Motor (O-Ring Ports)(Start 1/03)
Feedwheel Hydraulic Motor (Pipe Thread)(Pre 1/03)
Top Feedwheel Assembly (8 Teeth)
Top Feedwheel Tooth
Top Feedwheel Shaft & Coupler Assembly
Top Climber Feedwheel Assembly (6 Teeth)
Top Climber Feedwheel Tooth
Top Climber Feedwheel Shaft
Feedwheel Slide Box Assembly (Start 8/04)
Feedwheel Slide Box Assembly (Pre 8/04)
Bottom Torque Arm Stop
Bottom Feedwheel Hyd. Motor (O-Ring Ports) (Start 5/09)
Bottom Feedwheel Hyd. Motor (O-Ring Ports) (1/03-5/09)
Feedwheel Hydraulic Motor (Pipe Thread)(Pre 1/03)
Bottom Feedwheel Assembly (15 Teeth)
Bottom Feedwheel Tooth
Bottom Feedwheel Shaft & Coupler Assembly
Bottom Climber Feedwheel Assembly
Bottom Climber Feedwheel Tooth
Bottom Climber Feedwheel Shaft
Trap Door Spring Lock
Trap Door Assembly
Hinge For Trap Door
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MODELS 90/150/200
INFEED HOPPER COMPONENTS
MODELS 150/200 QUAD FEED
YOKE ROLLER
NOTICE Parts may not be exactly as shown.
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MODELS 90/150/200
INFEED HOPPER COMPONENTS
MODELS 150/200 QUAD FEED
LOCATION
PART NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
82a.
b.
c.
83a.
b.
c.
d.
84.
85.
86.
87.
88.
89.
90.
980-200081
980-200092
980-200101
904-0006-91
980-300063
980-300064
980-300065
900-3930-96
980-100158
980-100157
900-7900-96
900-3914-02
980-0510-10
980-0100-70
35” Wide Infeed Hopper Assembly
45” Wide Infeed Hopper Assembly
64” Wide Infeed Hopper Assembly
Dual Yoke Lift Control Bar Kit
Dual Yoke Lift Control Bar - 35” Wide Infeed Hopper
Dual Yoke Lift Control Bar - 45” Wide Infeed Hopper
Dual Yoke Lift Control Bar - 64” Wide Infeed Hopper
Short Valve Handle - Lift Cylinder Control Linkage
Control Arm - Dual Yoke Lift - 12 1/2”
Dual Yoke Lift Control Bar Tab
Rubber Cap - Dual Yoke Lift Control Bar
Clamp - Lift Control Bar
Yoke Roller Assembly - Specify Right Or Left Hand (Pre 2/03)
Bottom Feedwheel Scrapper Bar (Not Shown)
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CHIPPER COMPONENTS
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MODELS 90/150/200
CHIPPER COMPONENTS
LOCATION
MODEL 90
MODELS 150/200
PART NUMBER PART NUMBER
1 a.
b.
2. 3.
4 a.
b.
5.
6 a.
b.
7.
8 a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
900-4906-70
900-4906-86
980-0119-57
980-200217
900-4903-45
900-4907-17
980-0125-10
900-4903-32
900-4906-87
900-1900-33
980-0101-72
980-0101-73
980-0101-74
980-0101-75
995-0001-04
995-0001-05
980-0119-38
626-0001-78
955-1015-32
**
See Page 102
900-4906-70
900-4906-86
980-0119-57
980-200217
900-4903-45
900-4907-17
980-0125-10
900-4903-32
900-4906-87
900-1900-33
980-0101-72
980-0101-73
980-0101-74
980-0101-75
995-0001-04
995-0001-05
980-0119-38
980-0134-14
955-1015-32
**
See Page 102
DESCRIPTION
1/2”-13NC x 1” Hex Head Bolt
1/2” Lock Washer
Front Chipper Bearing Cover Mount Tab
Front Chipper Bearing Cover
3/4”-10NC x 2-3/4” Hex Head Bolt - Bearing Retainer
3/4” Lock Washer
Bearing Retainer
5/8”-11NC x 1-3/4” Hex Head Bolt - Chipper Bearing
5/8” Lock Washer
Front Chipper Bearing
1/16” Chipper Disc Spacer
1/8” Chipper Disc Spacer
3/16” Chipper Disc Spacer
1/4” Chipper Disc Spacer
5/16” Chipper Disc Spacer
3/8” Chipper Disc Spacer
Front Chipper Bearing Backer Plate (Optional)
Hood Stop
Chipper Disc Lock Pin
Pump Mount (If Applicable)
Chipper Knife & Hardware
Model 90 Part Numbers For Disc Assembly (Includes 13-15 & 28-31)
LOCATION
PART NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
14a.
b.
986-0501-01
986-0500-84
2-Knife Chipper Disc Assembly
3-Knife Chipper Disc Assembly
Model 150 Part Numbers For Disc Assembly (Includes 13-15 & 28-31)
LOCATION
PART NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
14c.
d.
e.
980-0509-34
981-0500-51
980-0509-36
2-Knife Chipper Disc Assembly - 1/2” Thick Knife, 5/8” Bolt (Start 6/00)
2-Knife Chipper Disc Assembly - 3/8” & 1/2” Thick Knife, 1/2” Bolt (Pre 6/00)
3-Knife Chipper Disc Assembly - 1/2” Thick Knife, 5/8” Bolt (Start 6/00)
LOCATION
PART NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
14f.
g.
h.
980-0509-35
980-0503-80
980-0509-36
2-Knife Chipper Disc Assembly - 1/2” Thick Knife, 5/8” Bolt (Start 6/00)
2-Knife Chipper Disc Assembly - 3/8” & 1/2” Thick Knife, 1/2” Bolt (Pre 6/00)
3-Knife Chipper Disc Assembly - 1/2” Thick Knife, 5/8” Bolt (Start 6/00)
LOCATION
MODEL 90
MODELS 150/200
PART NUMBER PART NUMBER
15.
16a.
b.
*--*
900-4906-70
900-4906-84
Model 200 Part Numbers For Disc Assembly (Includes 13-15 & 28-31)
*--*
900-4906-70
900-4906-84
DESCRIPTION
Fan Blade Assembly
1/2”-13NC x 1” Hex Head Bolt
1/2”-13NC Hex Lock Nut
For Chipper Disc only contact your nearest dealer or Bandit Industries.
*--* Contact your nearest dealer or Bandit Industries for Fan Blade Assemblies.
** Components vary with engine and disc options,
order by S/N of chipper or physical description.
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CHIPPER COMPONENTS
NOTICE Parts may not be exactly as shown.
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MODELS 90/150/200
CHIPPER COMPONENTS
LOCATION
MODEL 90
MODELS 150/200
PART NUMBER PART NUMBER
17a.
b.
18.
19.
20a.
b.
c.
21a.
b.
c.
22a.
b.
23.
24a.
b.
25.
26a.
b.
c.
27a.
b.
c.
28a.
b.
29.
30.
31.
32.
33.
34.
35.
36a.
b.
c.
d.
37a.
b.
c.
38a.
b.
c.
39.
40.
41.
42.
43.
44.
900-4908-27
900-7900-96
980-0101-59
986-0500-19
900-4906-31
900-4903-59
900-4906-32
980-0509-04
900-2904-13
980-100083
980-0508-54
900-7900-93
980-0123-29
900-4902-20
P812
980-300349
980-300424
980-0128-23
980-0122-18
986-0500-20
986-0501-91
986-0501-93
900-4907-05
900-4907-06
980-0126-63
980-0110-87
980-0123-82
900-3921-02
**
**
**
900-4906-54
900-4900-13
900-4906-62
900-4906-65
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
**
**
**
**
900-1900-34
980-0121-65
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900-4908-27
900-7900-96
980-0101-59
981-200030
900-4906-31
900-4903-59
900-4906-32
980-0509-04
900-2904-13
980-100083
980-0508-54
900-7900-93
980-0123-29
900-4902-20
P812
980-300349
980-300424
980-0128-23
980-0122-18
981-200029
981-200032
981-200031
900-4907-05
900-4907-06
980-0126-63
980-0110-87
980-0123-82
900-3921-02
**
**
**
900-4906-54
900-4900-13
900-4906-62
900-4906-65
980-300295
980-300240
980-300413
980-200034
**
N/A
**
**
**
900-1900-34
980-0119-38
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DESCRIPTION
Discharge Spring Lock
Rubber Cap (Not Shown)
Hood Hinge
Chipper Hood Hinged Half
1/4”-20NC x 3/4” Hex Head Bolt
1/4” Flat Washer
1/4”-20NC Lock Nut
Engine Disable Plug Kit (Includes Hood Pin & Mounts)
6-Prong Female Plug Only
6-Prong Male Plug With Wire Loop & Crimp Sleeves
Spring Lock For Hood Pin
Black Vinyl Cap (Not Shown)
Hood Pin With Attaching chain
Padlock For Hood Pin
Key For Padlock (Not Shown)
Hood Flange
Bottom Swivel Ring For Manual Swivel Discharge
Bottom Swivel Ring For Hand Crank Swivel Discharge
Bottom Swivel Ring For Hydraulic Swivel Discharge
Chipper Hood Stationary Half - Manual Swivel Discharge
Chipper Hood Stationary Half - Hand Crank Swivel Discharge
Chipper Hood Stationary Half - Hydraulic Swivel Discharge
5/8”-18NF x 5-1/2” Hex Head Bolt - Chipper Draw Ring
5/8”-18NF High Hex Nut - Chipper Draw Ring
Chipper Draw Ring
Chipper Shaft (20 3/4” Long)
Chipper Disc Lock Tube
Rear Chipper Bearing Grease Line
Chipper Sheave
Chipper Sheave Bushing
Hydraulic Pump Belts (If Applicable)
3/8”-16NC x 3/4” Hex Head Bolt
3/8”-16NC x 1” Hex Head Bolt
3/8” Lock Washer
3/8” Flat Washer
Adjustable Beltshield Cover - Twin Disc Clutch SP211
Adjustable Beltshield Cover - Twin Disc Clutch SP111
Adjustable Beltshield Cover - Auto Clutch
Beltshield Assembly - Models 150/200 (Start 3/06)
Beltshield Assembly - Models 150/200 (Pre 3/06)
Beltshield Assembly - Model 90
Engine Sheave
Engine Sheave Bushing
Chipper Belts
Rear Chipper Bearing
Rear Chipper Bearing Backer Plate (Optional)
Anvil & Hardware
For Chipper Disc only contact your nearest dealer or Bandit Industries.
*--* Contact your nearest dealer or Bandit Industries for Fan Blade Assemblies.
** Components vary with engine and disc options,
order by S/N of chipper or physical description.
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CHIPPER KNIFE & HARDWARE
MODELS 90/150/200
KNIFE BOLTS MUST BE INSTALLED THROUGH
KNIFE AND ESPECIALLY KNIFE NUT AS SHOWN
Part Numbers For Model 90 Knives
LOCATIONPART NUMBER DESCRIPTION
1 a.
b.
2 a.
b.
3.
900-9901-10
900-9900-04
900-4900-53
900-4902-88
900-4900-27
1/2” x 4” x 5 1/8” Chipper Knife (Start 5/95)
3/8” x 4” x 5 1/8” Chipper Knife (Pre 5/95)
1/2”-13NC x 2 1/2” Chipper Knife Bolt For 2-Knife Disc (70-80 ft-lbs or 95-108 Nm of Torque)
1/2”-13NC x 3” Chipper Knife Bolt For 3-Knife Disc (70-80 ft-lbs or 95-108 Nm of Torque)
1/2”-13NC Chipper Knife Nut
Part Numbers For Models 150/200 Knives
LOCATIONPART NUMBER DESCRIPTION
4
5
6
a.
b.
c.
a.
b.
c.
a.
b.
900-9901-18
900-9902-00
900-9900-02
900-4903-92
900-4902-88
900-4900-53
900-4903-93
900-4900-27
1/2” x 4 1/2” x 7 1/4” Chipper Knife (Start 6/00)
1/2” x 4” x 7 1/4” Chipper Knife (5/95 to 6/00)
3/8” x 4” x 7 1/4” Chipper Knife (Pre 5/95)
5/8”-11NC x 3” Chipper Knife Bolt (Start 6/00) (180 ft-lbs or 245 Nm of Torque)
1/2”-13NC x 3” Chipper Knife Bolt (5/95 to 6/00) (70-80 ft-lbs or 95-108 Nm of Torque)
1/2”-13NC x 2 1/2” Chipper Knife Bolt (Pre 5/95) (70-80 ft-lbs or 95-108 Nm of Torque)
5/8”-11NC Chipper Knife Nut (Start 6/00)
1/2”-13NC Chipper Knife Nut (Pre 6/00)
Part Numbers For Miscellaneous Knife Parts
LOCATIONPART NUMBER DESCRIPTION
7.
8.
9.
10a.
b.
900-9901-68
900-9901-65
900-9901-63
986-0501-22
980-0503-19
Knife Saver Kit (Not Shown)
File For Knife Saver Kit Only (Not Shown)
Replacement Blades For Knife Saver (Not Shown)
Tool Kit To Change Knives With 1/2” Bolts On Disc Chipper (Not Shown)
Tool Kit To Change Knives With 5/8” Bolts On Disc Chipper (Not Shown)
NOTICE Parts may not be exactly as shown.
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MODELS 90/150/200
ANVIL HARDWARE
LOCATION
MODEL 90
MODELS 150/200
PART NUMBER PART NUMBER
1 a.
b.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12a.
b.
13.
14.
15.
986-1110-94
986-1111-21
900-4902-58
900-4903-54
N/A
900-4902-73
900-4900-31
900-4900-74
N/A
900-4906-82
900-4906-90
986-1112-00
900-4906-41
900-4910-73
981-1006-16
986-100000
986-0501-66
980-0123-09
980-0124-04
900-4902-58
900-4903-54
900-4906-90
900-4902-73
900-4900-31
900-4900-74
900-4906-72
900-4906-82
900-4906-90
980-0129-34
900-4906-41
900-4910-73
981-1006-16
980-0508-97
980-0507-77
DESCRIPTION
Anvil Only - 4 Sided
“AR” Anvil Only - 4 Sided
Anvil Washer
5/16”-18NC x 1/2” Set Screw
1/2” USS Flat Washer
Anvil Eye Bolt - 1/2”-13NC x 5 1/2”
1/2” High Collar Lock Washer
1/2”-13NC x 2” Hex Head Bolt
1/2”-13NC x 1 1/2” Hex Head Bolt
1/2”-13NC Hex Nut
1/2” USS Flat Washer
Anvil Puller Block
5/16”-18NC x 2” Hex Head Bolt
5/16”-18NC Hex Nut
Anvil Gauge
Anvil Hardware Only (Includes 2 Through 10, & 12)
Anvil and Hardware Kit (Includes 1a Through 10, & 12)
NOTICE The anvil for a Model 90 is a 2-bolt design, not a 3-bolt design as shown.
NOTICE Parts may not be exactly as shown.
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MODELS 90/150/200
DISCHARGE COMPONENTS
STANDARD DISCHARGE
PRIOR STYLE
CLEAN OUT DOOR
LOCATION
PART NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
1.
2.
3 a.
b.
c.
4.
5 a.
b.
6.
7 a.
b.
c.
8 a.
b.
c.
9.
10.
11a.
b.
12.
980-0127-33
981-1001-63
980-0509-26
980-0510-25
980-0505-90
980-300298
980-0510-23
980-0510-24
980-300616
900-4910-73
900-4906-47
900-4906-48
900-4900-74
900-4906-90
900-4906-84
980-300349
980-300424
900-4911-04
900-4903-25
980-0509-94
Discharge Bottom Swivel Ring
Discharge Flipper Hinge
12” Discharge Flipper Assembly (Includes 2 & 4)
12” Enclosed Discharge Flipper Assembly (Includes 2 & 4)
30” Discharge Flipper Assembly
Adjusting Spring Mount
Adjusting Spring Lock Plate Assembly For Standard Flipper
Adjusting Spring Lock Plate Assembly For Enclosed Flipper
Optional Clean Out Door (Optional On All Discharges)
5/16”-18NC Hex Nut
5/16” Lock Washer
5/16” Flat Washer
1/2”-13NC x 2” Hex Head Bolt
1/2” Flat Washer
1/2” Hex Lock Nut
Hood Flange
Bottom Swivel Ring
Discharge Transport Bolt - 5/8”-11NC x 1-1/2” Hex Head Bolt
Discharge Transport Nut - 5/8”-11NC Hex Nut
Optional Clean Out Door Assembly (Pre 9/06)
DISCHARGE ASSEMBLIES
MODEL 90
MODELS 150/200
LOCATION PART NUMBER PART NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
1.
986-0501-79
980-0506-77
2.
986-0502-13
980-0508-80
3.
986-0501-85
980-0508-73
4.
986-0501-77
980-0508-38
5.
986-0501-84
980-0505-24
6.
986-0501-76
980-0508-47
NOTICE Parts may not be exactly as shown.
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Standard Discharge Assembly
Hand Crank And Adjustable Height Discharge Assembly
Hand Crank Discharge Assembly
Hydraulic Swivel And Adjustable Height Discharge Assembly
Hydraulic Swivel Discharge Assembly
Adjustable Height Discharge Assembly
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DISCHARGE COMPONENTS
HAND CRANK ADJ. HEIGHT DISCHARGE
LOCATION
PART NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
1 a.
b.
2 a.
b.
3.
4.
5 a.
b.
c.
d.
6 a.
b.
7 a.
b.
8.
9.
10.
11a.
b.
c.
12.
13a.
b.
980-0510-86
980-0508-51
900-4900-74
900-4906-84
900-4906-60
980-0126-12
900-4900-13
900-4906-62
900-4906-65
900-4900-62
900-4911-04
900-4903-25
900-4906-53
900-4906-60
980-300209
980-200089
981-1001-63
980-0509-26
980-0510-25
980-0505-90
900-4901-83
980-0510-23
980-0510-24
Hand Crank For Adj. Height Discharge - Mounted On The Side
Hand Crank For Adj. Height Discharge - Mounted Underneath
1/2”-13NC x 2” Hex Head Bolt
1/2” Hex Lock Nut
3/8”-16NC Hex Lock Nut
Rubber Discharge Guard
3/8”-16NC x 1” Hex Head Bolt
3/8” Lock Washer
3/8” Flat Washer
3/8”-16NC Hex Nut
Discharge Transport Bolt - 5/8”-11NC x 1-1/2” Hex Head Bolt
Discharge Transport Nut - 5/8”-11NC Hex Nut
3/8”-16NC x 2” Hex Head Bolt
3/8”-16NC Hex Lock Nut
Hand Crank Adj. Height Hinge Pin
Straight Section Hand Crank Adj. Height Discharge
Discharge Flipper Hinge
12” Discharge Flipper Assembly (Includes 11 & 13)
12” Enclosed Discharge Flipper Assembly (Includes 11 & 13)
30” Discharge Flipper Assembly
Discharge Flipper Adjusting Spring
Adjusting Spring Lock Plate Assembly For Standard Flipper
Adjusting Spring Lock Plate Assembly For Enclosed Flipper
NOTICE Parts may not be exactly as shown.
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MODELS 90/150/200
DISCHARGE COMPONENTS
HAND CRANK SWIVEL DISCHARGE
NOTICE Parts may not be exactly as shown.
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MODELS 90/150/200
DISCHARGE COMPONENTS
HAND CRANK SWIVEL DISCHARGE
LOCATION
PART NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
1.
2.
3 a.
b.
c.
4 a.
b.
5 a.
b.
c.
6.
7 a.
b.
8 a.
b.
9 a.
b.
c.
10a.
b.
c.
11a.
b.
c.
12. 13a.
b.
14.
15a.
b.
c.
16.
17a.
b.
18a.
b.
19.
20.
21.
900-7900-96
980-0509-41
900-4905-43
900-4906-90
900-4906-82
980-200113
980-0138-21
900-4900-74
900-4906-90
900-4913-58
980-200006
900-4906-71
900-4913-58
900-1905-59
980-0125-82
900-4900-13
900-4906-62
900-4906-65
980-200108
900-9904-64
980-0138-22
900-1901-20
900-1901-18
900-1901-19
980-0127-32
900-4906-72
900-4906-86
981-1001-63
980-0509-26
980-0510-25
980-0505-90
900-4901-83
980-0510-23
980-0510-24
900-4911-04
900-4903-25
980-0137-35
980-0128-23
900-4904-90
Rubber Cap
T-Handle Assembly
Eye Bolt Adjuster For Hand Crank Swivel Discharge
1/2” Flat Washer
1/2”-13NC Hex Nut
Bottom Chain Guard - Rounded Style
Bottom Chain Guard - Square Style
1/2”-13NC x 2” Hex Head Bolt
1/2” Flat Washer
1/2”-13NC Flange Nut
Chain Adjuster Assembly
1/2”-13NC x 1-1/4” Hex Head Bolt
1/2”-13NC Flange Nut
T-Handle Sprocket
Key For Sprocket (Not Shown)
3/8”-16NC x 1” Hex Head Bolt
3/8” Lock Washer
3/8” Flat Washer
Steel Top Chain Guard - Rounded Style
Plastic Top Chain Guard - Rounded Style
Steel Top Chain Guard - Square Style
#50 Roller Chain
Half Link - Chain (Not Shown)
Master Link - Chain (Not Shown)
Sprocket For Hand Crank Swivel Discharge (Weld On)
1/2”-13NC x 1-1/2” Hex Head Bolt
1/2” Lock Washer
Discharge Flipper Hinge
12” Discharge Flipper Assembly (Includes 14 & 16)
12” Enclosed Discharge Flipper Assembly (Includes 14 & 16)
30” Discharge Flipper Assembly
Discharge Flipper Adjusting Spring
Adjusting Spring Lock Plate Assembly For Standard Flipper
Adjusting Spring Lock Plate Assembly For Enclosed Flipper
Discharge Transport Bolt - 5/8”-11NC x 1-1/2” Hex Head Bolt
Discharge Transport Nut - 5/8”-11NC Hex Nut
Spacer Block
Bottom Swivel Ring
Spring Plunger
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DISCHARGE COMPONENTS
HYDRAULIC SWIVEL DISCHARGE
NOTICE Parts may not be exactly as shown.
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MODELS 90/150/200
DISCHARGE COMPONENTS
HYDRAULIC SWIVEL DISCHARGE
LOCATION
PART NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
1 a.
b.
2.
3 a.
b.
c.
4 a.
b.
c.
5.
6 a.
b.
7.
8.
9.
10a.
b.
c.
11a.
b.
c.
12.
13a.
b.
14.
15a.
b.
c.
16.
17a.
b.
18.
19.
900-3921-57
900-3902-14
914-1006-17
900-4909-55
900-4906-86
900-4906-90
900-4906-72
900-4906-86
900-4906-90
980-0110-66
900-4910-54
900-4906-62
900-1901-21
980-200086
980-0126-04
900-4906-53
900-4906-62
900-4906-65
900-1901-20
900-1901-18
900-1901-19
980-0110-63
900-4906-72
900-4906-86
981-1001-63
980-0509-26
980-0510-25
980-0505-90
900-4901-83
900-4911-04
900-4903-25
980-0137-35
980-0122-18
Discharge Swivel Hydraulic Motor - SAE O-ring
Discharge Swivel Hydraulic Motor - Pipe Fitting
Hydraulic Swivel Motor Mount
1/2”-13NC x 2-1/2” Hex Head Bolt
1/2” Lock Washer
1/2” Flat Washer
1/2”-13NC x 1-1/2” Hex Head Bolt
1/2” Lock Washer
1/2” Flat Washer
Hydraulic Swivel Mount
3/8”-16NC x 1-1/2” Hex Head Bolt
3/8” Lock Washer
Sprocket For Hydraulic Motor
Hydraulic Swivel Chain Guard
Chain Guard Mount
3/8”-16NC x 2” Hex Head Bolt
3/8” Lock Washer
3/8” Flat Washer
#50 Roller Chain
Half Link- Chain (Not Shown)
Master Link - Chain (Not Shown)
Sprocket For Discharge (Weld On)
1/2”-13NC x 1-1/2” Hex Head Bolt
1/2” Lock Washer
Discharge Flipper Hinge
12” Discharge Flipper Assembly (Includes 11 & 13)
12” Enclosed Discharge Flipper Assembly (Includes 11 & 13)
30” Discharge Flipper Assembly
Discharge Flipper Adjusting Spring
Discharge Transport Bolt - 5/8”-11NC x 1-1/2” Hex Head Bolt
Discharge Transport Nut - 5/8”-11NC Hex Nut
Spacer Block
Bottom Swivel Ring
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DISCHARGE COMPONENTS
DISCHARGE WITH HYDRAULIC FLIPPER
LOCATION
PART NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
1 a.
b.
c.
2.
3 a.
b.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
900-4906-53
900-4906-65
900-4906-60
980-0128-78
900-4911-04
900-4903-25
900-3925-18
960-0006-42
981-1001-63
980-0126-48
980-0510-02
900-3930-71
900-3928-16
900-3916-62
3/8”-20NC x 2” Hex Head Bolt
3/8” Flat Washer
3/8”-20NC Hex Lock Nut
Hydraulic Flipper Control Valve Mount Plate
Discharge Transport Bolt - 5/8”-11NC x 1-1/2” Hex Head Bolt
Discharge Transport Nut - 5/8”-11NC Hex Nut
Check Valve
Straight Section Cylinder Lug
Hydraulic Flipper Hinge
Flipper Lug
Hydraulic Flipper Assembly - Enclosed (Includes #4 & 5)
Cylinder Lug Pin - 3/4” Dia. x 2 1/2” & Cotter Pin - 1/4” x 1 1/2”
Hydraulic Flipper Cylinder
Swivel Discharge & Discharge Flipper Control Valve (Not Shown)
NOTICE Parts may not be exactly as shown.
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DISCHARGE COMPONENTS
TELESCOPIC DISCHARGE
LOCATION
PART NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
1.
2.
3.
4 a.
b.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10a.
b.
c.
11.
12a.
b.
980-0510-03
980-0510-26
980-0120-11
900-4911-04
900-4903-25
980-0120-12
980-0510-27
980-0120-09
980-0505-68
981-1001-63
980-0509-26
980-0510-25
980-0505-90
900-4901-83
980-0510-23
980-0510-24
Telescopic Discharge Assembly
Telescopic Discharge Straight Section Assembly
Telescopic Discharge Top Wear Slide
Discharge Transport Bolt - 5/8”-11NC x 1-1/2” Hex Head Bolt
Discharge Transport Nut - 5/8”-11NC Hex Nut
Telescopic Discharge Bottom Wear Slide
Telescopic Discharge Slide Section
Telescopic Discharge Slide Arm
Telescopic Discharge Lock Handle
Discharge Flipper Hinge
12” Discharge Flipper Assembly (Includes 8 & 10)
12” Enclosed Discharge Flipper Assembly (Includes 8 & 10)
30” Discharge Flipper Assembly
Discharge Flipper Adjusting Spring
Adjusting Spring Lock Plate Assembly For Standard Flipper
Adjusting Spring Lock Plate Assembly For Enclosed Flipper
NOTICE Parts may not be exactly as shown.
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HYDRAULIC COMPONENTS
TYPICAL MODELS 90/150/200
HYDRAULIC SCHEMATIC
(With No Options)
5
4
6
7
2
1
3
8
PIPE FITTING
JIC / SAE O-RING
Examples of straight fittings.
NOTICE Parts may not be exactly as shown.
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HYDRAULIC COMPONENTS
TYPICAL MODELS 90/150/200
HYDRAULIC SCHEMATIC
(With No Options)
LOCATION
1.
2 a.
b.
c.
3 a.
b.
4.
5.
6.
7 a.
b.
8 a.
b. c.
PIPE FITTING
SAE O-RING
See Pages 130-133 See Pages 130-133
900-3900-07
900-3900-07
900-3901-41
900-3901-41
900-3901-41
900-3901-41
900-3900-09
900-3900-09
900-3900-10
900-3900-10
**
**
900-3909-89
900-3920-06A
See Pages 120-121 See Pages 120-121
900-3908-63
900-3920-30
900-3910-09
900-3925-96
N/A
900-3944-21
900-3908-63
900-3920-30
900-3910-09
900-3925-96
DESCRIPTION
Hydraulic Tank
Hydraulic Tank Strainer - Model 90 Belt Drive Hydraulics
Hydraulic Tank Strainer - Model 90 Live Hydraulics
Hydraulic Tank Strainer - Models 150/200
Filter Head
Filter
Hydraulic Pump
Feedwheel Control Valve With Relief
Flow Divider
Top Feedwheel Hydraulic Motor
Special Top Feedwheel Hydraulic Motor (18 cu. in.)
Bottom Feedwheel Hydraulic Motor (Start 5/09)
Bottom Feedwheel Hydraulic Motor (Pre 5/09)
Special Bottom Feedwheel Hydraulic Motor (18 cu. in.)
NOTICE Make sure to order components according to fitting type,
fittings may vary on all components.
** Hydraulic components, fittings, hoses will very depending on
optional equipment. Order by physical description.
** Hydraulic pumps need to be ordered by physical description
and serial number of machine.
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MODELS 90/150/200
HYDRAULIC COMPONENTS
TYPICAL MODELS 90/150/200
HYDRAULIC SCHEMATIC (With Options)
INSERT - WITH YOKE LIFT & WITHOUT AUTOFEED
To Yoke Lift
29
16
JIC / SAE O-RING
PIPE FITTING
From Hydraulic Pump
19
18
20
Examples of straight fittings.
10
14
8
13
9
9
4
6
11
2
5
15
12
1
3
7
16
22
19
23
20
18
24
25
21
17
INSERT - HYDRAULIC FLIPPER
27
26
23
From Winch
Valve
21
NOTICE Parts may not be exactly as shown.
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25
To Relief Block
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MODELS 90/150/200
TYPICAL MODELS 90/150/200
HYDRAULIC SCHEMATIC (With Options)
LOCATION
1.
2 a.
b.
c.
3 a.
b.
4.
5.
6.
7 a.
b.
c.
8.
9.
10.
11a.
b.
c.
12.
13.
14a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
15a.
b.
c.
16.
17.
18.
19a.
b.
20a. b.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
28.
PIPE FITTING
See Pages 130-133
900-3900-07
900-3901-41
900-3901-41
900-3900-09
900-3900-10
**
See Pages 118-119
900-3901-99
900-3913-41
N/A
900-3924-48
900-3901-42
900-3906-84
900-3906-77
900-3913-41
N/A
900-3924-48
900-3902-14
900-3901-42
900-3925-03
900-3925-04
904-0007-14
904-0006-90
900-3905-37
N/A
900-3908-62
900-3901-24
900-3914-47
See Pages 118-119
See Pages 120-121
900-3908-63
900-3910-09
900-3908-63
900-3910-09
900-3902-14
900-3901-42
900-3901-42
N/A
900-3934-24
900-3916-62
900-3928-16
900-3925-18
SAE O-RING
See Pages 130-133
900-3900-07
900-3901-41
900-3901-41
900-3900-09
900-3900-10
**
See Pages 118-119
900-3924-55
900-3936-39
900-3936-40
900-3924-48
900-3920-01
900-3906-84
900-3906-77
900-3936-39
900-3936-40
900-3924-48
900-3921-57
900-3920-01
900-3925-03
900-3925-04
904-0007-14
904-0006-90
900-3905-37
900-3927-73
900-3920-09
900-3920-02
900-3920-05A
See Pages 118-119
See Pages 120-121
900-3920-30
900-3925-96
900-3944-21
900-3925-96
900-3921-57
900-3920-01
900-3920-01
900-3949-09
900-3934-24
900-3916-62
N/A
N/A
DESCRIPTION
Hydraulic Tank
Hydraulic Tank Strainer - Model 90 Belt Drive Hydraulics
Hydraulic Tank Strainer - Model 90 Live Hydraulics
Hydraulic Tank Strainer - Models 150/200
Filter Head
Filter
Hydraulic Pump
Relief Block With Autofeed Option
Variable Speed Control Valve
Chip Box Selector Control Valve (Replaces 900-3920-58)(Model 90 Opt)
5/16” Replacement Stud For Selector Valve (900-3936-39)
1/4” Replacement Stud For Selector Valve (900-3920-58 & 900-3913-41)
Chip Box Lift Control Valve (Chip Box Option-Model 90)
Quick Disconnects (Chip Box Option-Model 90)
Chip Box Lift Cylinder - Tie Rod (Chip Box Option-Model 90)
Winch Selector Control Valve (Replaces 900-3920-58)
5/16” Replacement Stud For Selector Valve (900-3936-39)
1/4” Replacement Stud For Selector Valve (900-3920-58 & 900-3913-41)
Winch Hydraulic Motor
Winch Control Valve
Yoke Lift Cylinder - Welded - Model 90
Yoke Lift Cylinder - Welded - Models 150/200
Pin For Welded Cylinder (Not Shown)
Seal Kit - Welded Lift Cylinder
Seal Kit - Tie Rod Lift Cylinder
Yoke Lift Control Valve For Dual Control Yoke Lift
Yoke Lift Control Valve With Winch Option
Yoke Lift Control Valve Without Winch Option
Feedwheel Control Valve Without Relief
Reversing “Autofeed Plus”
Flow Divider
Top Feedwheel Hydraulic Motor
Special Top Feedwheel Hydraulic Motor (18 cu. in.)
Bottom Feedwheel Hydraulic Motor
Special Bottom Feedwheel Hydraulic Motor (18 cu. in.)
Swivel Discharge Hydraulic Motor
Swivel Discharge Control Valve Only
Tongue Jack Control Valve
Tongue Jack Check Valve
Tongue Jack Cylinder - Welded
Swivel Discharge & Discharge Flipper Control Valve
Discharge Flipper Cylinder
Flipper Check Valve
NOTICE Make sure to order components according to fitting type,
fittings may vary on all components.
** Hydraulic components, fittings, hoses will very depending on
optional equipment. Order by physical description.
** Hydraulic pumps need to be ordered by physical description
and serial number of machine.
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MODELS 90/150/200
HYDRAULIC COMPONENTS
TYPICAL MODELS 90/150/200
HYDRAULIC SCHEMATIC (With Options)
INSERT - WITH YOKE LIFT & WITHOUT AUTOFEED
To Yoke Lift
29
16
JIC / SAE O-RING
PIPE FITTING
From Hydraulic Pump
19
18
20
Examples of straight fittings.
10
14
8
13
9
9
4
6
11
2
5
15
12
1
3
7
16
22
19
23
20
18
24
25
21
17
INSERT - HYDRAULIC FLIPPER
27
26
23
From Winch
Valve
21
NOTICE Parts may not be exactly as shown.
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25
To Relief Block
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MODELS 90/150/200
TYPICAL MODELS 90/150/200
HYDRAULIC SCHEMATIC (With Options)
LOCATION
PIPE FITTING
SAE O-RING
DESCRIPTION
29.
30.
31.
32.
33a.
b.
34a.
b.
c.
35a.
b.
900-3907-31
900-3901-42
900-3902-27
900-3901-42
N/A
900-3907-52
980-100121
980-100122
900-3935-13
N/A
N/A
900-3907-31
900-3920-01
N/A
900-3920-01
900-3937-88
N/A
980-100121
980-100122
900-3935-13
900-3906-31
900-3901-19
Relief Block - Machines With Yoke Lift & Without Autofeed
Articulating Tongue Control Valve (Not Shown)
Articulating Tongue Cylinder (Not Shown)
Log Splitter Control Valve (Not Shown)
Log Splitter Cylinder (Start 3/07) (Not Shown)
Log Splitter Cylinder (Pre 3/07) (Not Shown)
In-Line Pressure Check Kit - With Autofeed
In-Line Pressure Check Kit - Without Autofeed
In-Line Pressure Check Kit - Pre Horizontal Winch Mount
Hydraulic Power Tool Outlet (Not Shown)
Selector For Power Tool Outlet (Not Shown)
NOTICE Make sure to order components according to fitting type,
fittings may vary on all components.
** Hydraulic components, fittings, hoses will very depending on
optional equipment. Order by physical description.
** Hydraulic pumps need to be ordered by physical description
and serial number of machine.
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MODELS 90/150/200
HYDRAULIC COMPONENTS
RELIEF BLOCK
Hydraulic Hose
From Pump
Hydraulic Hose
To Tank
Torque Autofeed Cartridge Nut to a Maximum of 4 to 6 ft.-lbs. (5 to 8 Nm) and Install Loc-Tite 241.
Over Torque Will Cause Damage and Will Also Void Warranty.
“AUTO FEED PLUS” SYSTEM
(SINGLE SOLENOID)
Torque Retainer Nut to a Maximum of 4 to 6 ft.-lbs. (5 to 8 Nm) and Install Vibra Tite.
Over Torque Will Cause Damage and Will Also Void Warranty.
NOTICE Parts may not be exactly as shown.
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MODELS 90/150/200
HYDRAULIC COMPONENTS
RELIEF BLOCK
LOCATION
PIPE FITTING
SAE O-RING
DESCRIPTION
1.
2.
3.
4 a.
b.
5 a.
b.
c.
6 a.
b.
c.
d.
900-2900-82
900-3923-43
900-3923-44
900-3908-23
900-3919-96
900-3907-55
900-3907-56
900-3909-05
900-4903-57
900-4906-34
900-4903-59
900-4906-33
N/A
900-3923-43
900-3923-44
900-3908-23
900-3919-96
900-3923-45
900-3923-37
900-3923-48
900-4903-57
900-4906-34
900-4903-59
900-4906-33
Autofeed Block Only
Autofeed Cartridge Only
12 V Autofeed Solenoid Only
Main Relief Only (Vickers)
Main Relief Only (Danfoss)
Autofeed Block Assembly With Relief
Autofeed Block Assembly Without Relief
Main Relief Block Ass’y (Used Without Autofeed)
1/4”-20NC x 2-1/2” Hex Bolt
1/4” Lock Washer
1/4” Flat Washer
1/4”-20NC Hex Nut
“AUTO FEED PLUS” SYSTEM (SINGLE SOLENOID)
LOCATION
PART NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
1 a.
b.
2.
3 a.
b.
4 a.
b.
c.
d.
5 a.
b.
6 a.
b.
7 a.
b.
8 a.
b.
9 a.
b.
c.
900-3915-19
Retainer Nut (Northman)
900-3920-20
Retainer Nut and Sealing Ring (Danfoss)
900-2909-55
Herschman Connector Only
900-3915-20
Solenoid Only (Northman)
900-3920-19
Solenoid Only (Danfoss)
900-4910-83
5/16”-18NC x 2” Hex Head Bolt
900-4906-47
5/16” Lock Washer
900-4906-48
5/16” Flat Washer
900-4910-73
5/16”-18NC Hex Nut
900-3918-39
Solenoid Assembly (Northman Includes #’s 1,3,5, & 7)
900-3919-73
Solenoid Assembly (Danfoss Includes #’s 1,3,5, & 7)
900-4909-66
1/4”-20NC x 1-3/4” SHCS
900-4909-57
1/4” High Collar Lock Washer
900-3918-43
Autofeed Plus Relief Block Subplate (DTS)
900-3923-34
Autofeed Plus Relief Block Subplate (Edmore)
900-3915-39
Seal Kit For Nothman Valve (Not Shown)
4589960
Seal Kit For Danfoss Valve (Not Shown)
900-3925-89
10’ Cord and Molded Herschman Connector (Not Shown)
900-3920-71 16’ Cord and Molded Herschman Connector (Not Shown)
900-3918-63
25’ Cord and Molded Herschman Connector (Not Shown)
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HYDRAULIC COMPONENTS
HOSE GUARD
HOSE CLAMP
FLOW DIVIDER
NOTICE Parts may not be exactly as shown.
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HYDRAULIC COMPONENTS
HOSE CLAMP
LOCATION
PART NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
1.
2.
3.
4 a.
b.
c.
5 a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
g.
h.
i.
j.
k.
6 a.
b.
N/A
N/A
N/A
900-3914-09
900-3914-08
900-3926-47
900-3917-25
900-3926-44
900-3928-19
900-3914-02
900-3915-61
900-3913-32
900-3914-03
900-3914-07
900-3914-04
900-3914-05
900-3914-06
900-3914-10
900-3920-11
Bolt
Locking Plate
Plastic Clamp
Weld Plate for 1/4” Double Clamp
Weld Plate for 1/2” Double Clamp
Weld Plate for 3/4” Double Clamp
1/4” Double Clamp Assembly (Includes #’s 1-4)
3/8” Double Clamp Assembly (Includes #’s 1-4)
1/2” Single Clamp Assembly (Includes #’s 1-4)
1/2” Single Clamp Assembly For Steel Lines (Includes #’s 1-4)
1/2” Double Clamp Assembly (Includes #’s 1-4)
1/2” Double Clamp Assembly For Steel Lines (Includes #’s 1-4)
3/4” Single Clamp Assembly (Includes #’s 1-4)
3/4” Double Clamp Assembly (Includes #’s 1-4)
1” Single Clamp Assembly (Includes #’s 1-4)
1 1/4” Single Clamp Assembly (Includes #’s 1-4)
1 1/2” Single Clamp Assembly (Includes #’s 1-4)
Stacking Bolt for 1/2” Double Clamp (Not Shown)
Stacking Bolt for 3/4” Double Clamp (Not Shown)
HOSE GUARD
LOCATION
PART NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
7 a.
b.
c.
900-3934-76
900-3934-77
900-3934-78
Hose Guard - 4” Long
Hose Guard - 6” Long
Hose Guard - 8” Long
FLOW DIVIDER
LOCATION
PIPE FITTING
SAE O-RING
DESCRIPTION
8 a.
b.
c.
d.
9.
10.
900-4900-08
900-4906-34
900-4903-59
900-4906-33
900-3908-82
900-3923-36
900-4900-08
900-4906-34
900-4903-59
900-4906-33
900-3923-35
900-3923-36
1/4”-20NC x 2” Hex Bolt
1/4” Lock Washer
1/4” Flat Washer
1/4”-20NC Hex Nut
Flow Divider Body With Cartridge
Flow Divider Cartridge Only
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HYDRAULIC COMPONENTS
TYPICAL SPRING LOADED CONTROL VALVE
1
6
7
6
2
11
13
9
8
10
4
12
3
9
7
6
6
TYPICAL FEEDWHEEL CONTROL VALVES
7
6
6
10
9
6
11
8
4,12
1,12
2
6
7
3,12
NOTICE Parts may not be exactly as shown.
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HYDRAULIC COMPONENTS
TYPICAL SPRING LOADED CONTROL VALVE COMPONENTS
LOCATION
PART NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
904-0003-29
Handle Only (Long)
900-3905-95
Valve Bracket Only With Screws
904-0003-30
Master Link Only Control Valve
904-0003-31
Pin And Cotter Key For Control Valve
904-0003-32
Bracket, Handle And Chain Link
NOTE: INCLUDES #’s 1, 2, 3, 4
900-3937-34
Seal Kit For Control Valve
904-0003-33
Seal Retainer For Control Valve
NOTE: NOT INCLUDED IN SEAL KIT
900-3901-12
Relief Valve Kit - Spring, Ball, Screw
NOTE: SOLD ONLY AS A KIT
904-0003-34
Valve Spool Stop For Spring Loaded Valve
904-0003-35
Valve Spool Spring
904-0003-36
Valve Spacer For Yoke Lift Valve
900-A-2941
Spring Center Kit For Spring Loaded Valve
904-0003-37
Detent Cap Only For Spring Loaded Valve (Short)
TYPICAL FEEDWHEEL CONTROL VALVE COMPONENTS
LOCATION
PART NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
900-3905-95H
Handle Only (Short)
900-3905-95
Valve Bracket Only With Screws
904-0003-30
Master Link Only Control Valve
904-0003-31
Pin And Cotter Key For Control Valve
904-0003-32
Bracket, Handle And Chain Link
NOTE: INCLUDES #’s 1, 2, 3, 4
900-3937-34
Seal Kit For Control Valve
904-0003-33
Seal Retainer For Control Valve
NOTE: NOT INCLUDED IN SEAL KIT
900-3901-12
Relief Valve Kit - Spring, Ball, Screw
NOTE: SOLD ONLY AS A KIT
900-3900-71
Detent Kit For Feedwheel Control Valve
NOTE: SOLD ONLY AS A KIT
900-390071C
Detent Cap Only With Screws (Long)
900-3900-71E
Detent Kit With Cap And Screws
NOTE: INCLUDES #’s 9 & 10
900-3905-59
Handle, Pin, and Link
NOTE: INCLUDES #’s 1, 3, & 4
CONTROL VALVES
LOCATION PIPE FITTING
SAE O-RING
DESCRIPTION
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
900-3927-73
900-3920-02
900-3920-09
900-3920-01
900-3920-06A
900-3920-05A
Yoke Lift Control Valve for Dual Control Yoke Lift
Yoke Lift Control Valve Without Winch Option
Yoke Lift Control Valve With Winch Option
Winch, Hyd. Swivel Discharge, and Articulating Tongue
Feedwheel Control Valve With Relief
Feedwheel Control Valve With Out Relief
N/A
900-3901-24
900-3908-62
900-3901-42
900-3909-89
900-3914-47
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FRAME & ACCESSORY COMPONENTS
Optional Sliding Tongue
NOTICE Parts may not be exactly as shown.
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FRAME & ACCESSORY COMPONENTS
LOCATION
PART NUMBER DESCRIPTION
1.
2 a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
3.
4 a.
b.
5.
6 a.
b.
c.
d.
7.
8.
9 a.
b.
c.
d.
10.
11a.
b.
c.
12.
13a.
b.
c.
d.
14a.
b.
15a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
16a.
b.
c.
17.
18.
19a.
b.
c.
20.
900-4911-14
900-5900-13
900-5905-73
980-0505-33
980-0501-47
*--*
900-4903-39
900-2916-63
900-2904-12
900-2904-13
900-4906-31
900-4906-34
900-4903-59
900-4906-33
900-5900-09
980-0510-51
980-200202
980-200215
980-200107
900-7900-86
980-200205
900-4906-31
900-4903-59
900-4906-32
900-9902-07
900-6900-01
900-6900-02
900-6911-62
900-6907-88
900-7900-01
900-7900-08
980-0509-89
900-7900-78B
900-7900-78B
980-0509-37
914-0501-46
900-4906-11
900-4910-47
900-4906-12
980-0128-91
900-2915-97
900-4906-11
900-4910-47
900-4906-12
980-0128-14
5/8”-11NC x 2” Hex Head Bolt
2 1/2” Heavy Duty Pintle Ring Hitch
3” Heavy Duty Pintle Ring Hitch
2 5/16” Ball Coupler Assembly
2” Ball Coupler Assembly
Other Hitch Options Available
5/8”-11NC Hex Lock Nut
Coil Cable Assembly With 6 Prong Plugs - 15’
6-Prong Trailer Plug Male Plug Only
6-Prong Trailer Plug Female Plug Only
1/4”-20NC x 3/4” Hex Head Bolt
1/4” Lock Washer
1/4” Flat Washer
1/4-20NC Hex Nut
Electrical Breakaway Switch
Optional Spare Tire Mount
Optional Cone Holder (Replaces 980-0508-30)
Optional Bolt-On Cone Holder (Not Shown)
Optional Hoop Style Cone Holder (Not Shown)
Cap For Cone Holder (Not Shown)
Battery Box Tray
1/4”-20NC x 3/4” Hex Head Bolt
1/4” Flat Washer
1/4-20NC Hex Lock Nut
Manual Holder
460 CCA Battery
660 CCA Battery
1010 CCA Battery
1400 CCA Battery
Plastic Battery Liner Box for 460 CCA Battery
Plastic Battery Liner Box for 660/1010 CCA Battery
Steel Battery Box For 460 CCA Battery And Manual Holder
Aluminum Battery Box For 460 CCA Battery And Manual Holder
Aluminum Battery Box For 660/1010 CCA Battery And Manual Holder
Steel Battery Box For 660/1010 CCA Battery And Manual Holder
Steel Battery Box For 1400 CCA Battery And Manual Holder
3/8”-16NC x 1” Carriage Bolt
3/8” Flat Washer
3/8”-16NC Flange Lock Nut
Optional Stone Guard
LED Amber Marker Light
3/8”-16NC x 1” Carriage Bolt
3/8” Flat Washer
3/8”-16NC Flange Lock Nut
Aluminum Fender Mount
** Order Brake Hub And Drum Assembly According To Axle Type.
(Grease Type, Oil Type, Never Lube Type).
*-* Engine Rails And Adjusters Will Vary Depending On Engine And Component Options.
Order By Serial Number Of Chipper Or Physical Description.
NOTICE Other Fenders And Fender Stone Shields Are Optional.
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Optional Sliding Tongue
NOTICE Parts may not be exactly as shown.
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LOCATION
PART NUMBER DESCRIPTION
21a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
22.
23.
24a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
25.
26a.
b.
27a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
g.
h.
i.
28a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
29.
30.
31a.
b.
c.
32.
33.
34a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
35a.
b.
36a.
b.
c.
d.
900-5904-43
981-2001-08
980-0506-81
980-0506-82
980-0509-24
900-2915-98
900-2902-41
900-5904-43
981-2001-08
980-0506-83
980-0506-84
980-0509-23
980-200204
900-7900-78
980-0508-37
900-5906-10
900-5908-48
900-5902-42
980-0505-34
900-5908-44
900-5906-11
980-1002-11
900-5908-78
980-1002-12
910-1001-29
900-5905-71
910-1001-29
900-5905-71
980-0127-45
980-0127-44
980-300106
980-0121-31
900-4912-70
900-4908-01
900-4913-12
980-0508-61
*-*
*-*
900-4906-86
900-4906-90
*-*
900-4906-87
900-4907-10
922-0003-38
980-0101-33
900-4902-29
900-4902-28
900-4902-73
900-4905-11
Right Hand Aluminum Fender - 7,000 Lbs. Axle
Right Hand H.D. Aluminum Fender - 7,000 Lbs. Axle
Right Hand H.D. Steel Weld-On Fender - 7,000 Lbs. Axle
Right Hand H.D. Steel Bolt-On Fender - 7,000 Lbs. Axle
Right Hand Steel Weld-On Fender - 12”
LED Red Marker Light
Junction Box for Wiring
Left Hand Aluminum Fender - 7,000 Lbs. Axle
Left Hand H.D. Aluminum Fender - 7,000 Lbs. Axle
Left Hand H.D. Steel Weld-On Fender - 7,000 Lbs. Axle
Left Hand H.D. Steel Bolt-On Fender - 7,000 Lbs. Axle
Left Hand Steel Weld-On Fender - 12”
Tool Box Tray
Aluminum Tool Box (Optional, Standard On Model 200+)
Steel Tool Box (Optional)
2,000 Lbs. Side Crank Jack - Zinc - Round Mount (Replaces 900-5903-79)
1,000 Lbs. Poly Wheel Jack - Square Mount (Replaces 900-5908-16)
1,000 Lbs. Steel Castor Wheel Jack - Round Mount
1,000 Lbs. Rubber Castor Wheel Jack - Round Mount
5,000 Lbs. Side Crank Jack - Zinc - Square Mount (Replaces 900-5903-86)
5,000 Lbs. Top Crank Jack - Zinc - Square Mount (Replaces 900-5905-70)
5,000 Lbs. Jack With HD Castor Wheel - Zinc - Square Mount
8,000 Lbs. Drop Leg Jack - Zinc (Replaces 900-5903-78)
8,000 Lbs. Jack With HD Castor Wheel - Zinc
Pivot Mount For 2,000 Lbs. Jack - Round Mount
Pivot Mount For 1,000 Lbs. Castor Wheel Jack - Square Mount
Pivot Mount For 1,000 Lbs. Castor Wheel Jack - Round Mount
Pivot Mount For 5,000 Lbs. Jack - Square Mount
Mount For 8,000 Lbs. Drop Leg Jack
Pin For 8,000 Lbs. Drop Leg Jack
Trailer Plug Receptacle Mount
Safety Chain Holder
Safety Chain With Hooks and Spring Latches for Standard Tongue
Safety Chain With Hooks and Spring Latches for Telescopic Tongue
Hook For Safety Chain
Optional Radiator Guard Post Assembly
Engine Rails
1/2”-13NC Hex Head Bolt x Various Lengths
1/2” Lock Washer
1/2” Flat Washer
5/8”-11NC Hex Head Bolt x Various Lengths
5/8” Lock Washer
5/8” Flat Washer
Engine Mount Pad For 1/2” Engine Hold Down
Engine Mount Pad For 5/8” Engine Hold Down
Engine Adjuster Rod End - 1/2”-13NC x 6”
Engine Adjuster Rod End - 1/2”-13NC x 8 1/2”
Engine Adjuster Rod End - 1/2”-13NC x 5 1/2”
Engine Adjuster Rod End - 5/8”-11NC x 6”
** Order Brake Hub And Drum Assembly According To Axle Type.
(Grease Type, Oil Type, Never Lube Type).
*-* Engine Rails,Adjusters, & Hardware Will Vary Depending On Engine And Component Options.
Order By Serial Number Of Chipper Or Physical Description.
NOTICE Other Fenders And Fender Stone Shields Are Optional.
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Optional Sliding Tongue
NOTICE Parts may not be exactly as shown.
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LOCATION
PART NUMBER DESCRIPTION
37a.
b.
c.
d.
38.
39a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
40a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
41.
42a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
43a.
b.
44a.
b.
45.
46.
47.
48a.
b.
900-4906-82
900-4906-90
900-4903-25
900-4907-10
6-53
900-5904-20
900-5904-40
900-5904-18
900-5904-22
900-5904-19
900-5902-54
900-5905-60
900-5902-55
900-5905-61
900-5902-56
**
980-0508-43
986-200026 995-0500-40
980-0508-43
980-0507-24
980-0508-43
900-4911-21
900-4903-39
980-0508-25
980-0508-26
900-5902-32
900-5904-52
900-7900-48
900-9904-94
980-300113
1/2”-13NC Hex Nut
1/2” Flat Washer
5/8”-11NC Hex Nut
5/8” Flat Washer
9/16”-18NF Cone Nut
245/75R-16” Tire and White Spoke, 8-Bolt Rim
245/75R-16” Tire and Black, 8-Bolt Rim
245/75R-16” Tire Only
16” x 6” White Spoke, 8-Bolt Rim Only
16” x 6” Black, 8-Bolt Rim Only
7,000 Lb. Torflex Axle Assembly (No Brake, Nev-R-Lube)
7,000 Lb. Torflex Axle Assembly (Electric Brake, E-Z Lube)
7,000 Lb. Torflex Axle Assembly (Electric Brake, Nev-R-Lube)
7,000 Lb. Torflex Axle Assembly (Hydraulic Brake, E-Z Lube)
7,000 Lb. Torflex Axle Assembly (Hydraulic Brake, Nev-R-Lube)
Brake Hub and Drum Assembly
Telescopic Tongue Assembly - Model 90 (Start 3/09) - 20” Increment
Telescopic Tongue Assembly - Model 90 (3/03 - 3/09) - 10” Increment
Telescopic Tongue Assembly For Model 90 (Pre 3/03) - 10” Increment
Telescopic Tongue Assembly For Model 150 (Start 3/03)
Telescopic Tongue Assembly For Model 150 (Pre 3/03)
Telescopic Tongue Assembly For Model 200
5/8”-11NC x 5-1/2” Hex Head Bolt
5/8”-11NC Hex Lock Nut
Optional Wheel Chock Holders Aluminum Bolt-On (Not Shown)
Optional Wheel Chock Holders Metal Weld-On (Not Shown)
Optional Rubber Wheel Chock (Not Shown)
Optional Safety Marker For Fenders (Not Shown)
Optional Mud Flap (Not Shown)
Optional Vice (Not Shown)
Optional Weld-On Vice Mount (Not Shown)
** Order Brake Hub And Drum Assembly According To Axle Type.
(Grease Type, Oil Type, Never Lube Type).
*-* Engine Rails And Adjusters Will Vary Depending On Engine And Component Options.
Order By Serial Number Of Chipper Or Physical Description.
NOTICE Other Fenders And Fender Stone Shields Are Optional.
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MODEL 90 TANKS & COMPONENTS
OPTIONAL LOCKING FILL CAP
NOTICE Parts may not be exactly as shown.
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MODEL 90 TANKS & COMPONENTS
LOCATION
PART NUMBER DESCRIPTION
1 a.
b.
c.
2 a.
b.
c.
d. 3.
4 a.
b.
5 a.
b.
6 a.
b.
7 a.
b.
c.
8.
9 a.
b.
c.
d.
10a.
b.
c.
d.
11a.
b.
12a.
b.
13a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
14.
15a.
b.
16.
17.
18a.
b.
c.
19.
20a.
b.
c.
d.
986-0502-00
900-0104-95
900-7900-35
900-4906-72
900-4906-71
900-4906-90
900-4913-58
986-0502-01
900-2903-93
900-2903-55
980-0506-85
980-0508-50
900-4912-40
P812
900-3901-51
900-3917-71
900-3946-66
900-3922-60
980-0508-41
980-0508-04
900-0104-95
900-7900-35
900-3926-84
900-3926-83
900-3926-82
900-3931-53
980-0509-58
900-3908-92
900-2903-95
900-2903-55
900-3909-00
900-3925-48
900-3909-01
900-3909-02
900-3943-22
900-3943-21
986-0501-64
900-2903-93
900-2903-55
980-0123-07
900-7900-14
900-4900-74
900-4906-90
900-4906-84
980-0134-27
900-3941-31
900-3941-30
900-3941-30
900-3935-06
7 Gallon Rectangle Hydraulic Tank Mount Tray
Rubber Tank Pad (Not Shown)
Tank Cushion Material (Not Shown)
1/2”-13NC x 1-1/2” Hex Head Bolt
1/2”-13NC x 1-1/4” Hex Head Bolt
1/2” Flat Washer
1/2”-13NC Flange Nut
7 Gallon Rectangle Hydraulic Tank Assembly
Optional Rochester Sight Gauge For 7 Gallon Rectangle Hydraulic Tank
Face For Sight Gauge Only
Fill Cap Lock Assembly For Steel Tank
Fill Cap Lock Assembly For Plastic Tank (Not Shown)
Padlock With Short Shackle For Tank With Locking Cap
Key For Padlock (Not Shown)
Fill Cap With Dipstick (Steel Tank)
Fill Cap Only No Dipstick (Steel Tank)
Fill Cap For Plastic Tank
Magnetic Drain Plug
24 1/2 Gallon Rectangle Fuel Tank Mount Tray
24 1/2 Gallon Rectangle Plastic Fuel Tank Mount Tray
Rubber Tank Pad (Not Shown)
Tank Cushion Material (Not Shown)
Suction Drop Pipe Ass’y Without Hose Barb (1/2” NPTF Male x 3/8” NPTF Female)
3/8” NPTF To 1/2” Hose Barb
3/8” NPTF To 3/8” Hose Barb
3/8” NPTF To 5/16” Hose Barb
24 1/2 Gallon Rectangle Fuel Tank Assembly
24 1/2 Gallon Rectangle Plastic Fuel Tank
Optional Rochester Sight Gauge For 24 1/2 Gallon Rectangle Fuel Tank
Face For Sight Gauge Only
Return Drop Pipe Ass’y Without Hose Barb (3/8” NPTF Male x 1/4” NPTF Female)
1/4” NPTF To 3/8” Hose Barb
1/4” NPTF To 5/16” Hose Barb
1/4” NPTF To 1/4” Hose Barb
3/16” NPTF To 3/16” Hose Barb
1/4” NPTF To 3/16” NPTF Bushing
24 1/2 Gallon Triangle Fuel Tank Assembly For Wisconsin Engines
Optional Rochester Sight Gauge For 24 1/2 Gallon Triangle Fuel Tank - Wisc. Eng.
Face For Sight Gauge Only
Tank Mount - Welded To Tank
Rubber Mounting Pad
1/2”-13NC x 2” Hex Head Bolt
1/2” Flat Washer
1/2”-13NC Hex Lock Nut
Tank Mount On Frame
Optional Fuel (Diesel) Locking Fill Cap - Green
Optional Fuel (Gasoline) Locking Fill Cap - Black
Optional Hydraulic Locking Fill Cap - Black
Keeper For Fuel & Hydraulic Locking Fill Cap (Not Shown)
NOTICE Components vary with fuel type.
Specify gas or diesel when ordering fuel tank components.
NOTICE Tank assemblies vary with options.
Specify all options when ordering.
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MODELS 150/200 TANKS & COMPONENTS
LOCKABLE FILL CAP
NOTICE Parts may not be exactly as shown.
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LOCATION
1.
2.
3 a.
b.
4 a.
b.
c.
d.
5 a.
b.
c.
d.
6 a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
7 a.
b.
8.
9.
10a.
b.
c.
d. 11 a.
b.
c.
12.
13a.
b.
14a.
b.
c.
15.
16.
17.
18a.
b.
19a.
b.
c.
20a.
b.
c.
d.
21a.
b.
c.
22a.
b.
FUEL & HYDRAULIC TANK COMPONENTS
MODELS 150/200 TANKS & COMPONENTS
PART NUMBER DESCRIPTION
900-3922-60
980-200014
900-4912-40
P812
900-3941-31
900-3941-30
900-3941-30
900-3935-06
900-3926-84
900-3926-83
900-3926-82
900-3931-53
900-3909-00
900-3925-48
900-3909-01
900-3909-02
900-3943-22
900-3943-21
900-2903-95
900-2903-55
980-0510-74
900-2903-95
900-4906-72
900-4906-71
900-4906-90
900-4913-58
980-200008
900-0104-95
900-7900-35
980-0508-71
900-2903-94
900-2903-55
900-4900-74
900-4906-90
900-4906-84
900-7900-14
980-0133-92
980-0123-07
900-2903-95
900-2903-55
937-0500-09
980-0509-58
900-3908-92
937-0500-32
980-0508-41
980-0508-04
900-0104-95
900-3917-71
900-3901-51
900-3946-66
980-0506-85
980-0508-50
Magnetic Drain Plug
29 Gallon Stream Line Fuel Tank Assembly
Padlock With Short Shackle For Tank With Locking Cap
Key For Padlock (Not Shown)
Fuel (Diesel) Locking Fill Cap - Green (Replaces 900-3917-71)
Fuel (Gasoline) Locking Fill Cap - Black (Replaces 900-3917-71)
Hydraulic Locking Fill Cap - Black (Replaces 900-3917-71)
Keeper For Fuel & Hydraulic Locking Fill Cap (Not Shown)
Suction Drop Pipe Ass’y Without Hose Barb (1/2” NPTF Male x 3/8” NPTF Female)
3/8” NPTF To 1/2” Hose Barb
3/8” NPTF To 3/8” Hose Barb
3/8” NPTF To 5/16” Hose Barb
Return Drop Pipe Ass’y Without Hose Barb (3/8” NPTF Male x 1/4” NPTF Female)
1/4” NPTF To 3/8” Hose Barb
1/4” NPTF To 5/16” Hose Barb
1/4” NPTF To 1/4” Hose Barb
3/16” NPTF To 3/16” Hose Barb
1/4” NPTF To 3/16” NPTF Bushing
Rochester Sight Gauge For 29 Gallon Stream Line Fuel Tank
Face For Sight Gauge Only
13 Gallon Rectangle Hydraulic Tank Assembly
Rochester Sight Gauge For 13 Gallon Rectangle Hydraulic Tank
1/2”-13NC x 1-1/2” Hex Head Bolt
1/2”-13NC x 1-1/4” Hex Head Bolt
1/2” Flat Washer
1/2”-13NC Flange Nut
29 Gallon Fuel Tank & 13 Gallon Hydraulic tank Mount
Rubber Tank Pad (Not Shown)
Tank Cushion Material (Not Shown)
12 Gallon Triangle Hydraulic Tank Assembly
Rochester Sight Gauge For 12 Gallon Triangle Hydraulic Tank
Face For Sight Gauge Only
1/2”-13NC x 2” Hex Head Bolt
1/2” Flat Washer
1/2”-13NC Hex Lock Nut
Rubber Mounting Pad
12 Gallon Triangle Hydraulic Tank Mount Tray
Tank Mount - Welded To Tank
Rochester Sight Gauge For 24 1/2 & 40 Gallon Rectangle Fuel Tank
Face For Sight Gauge Only
40 Gallon Rectangle Fuel Tank Assembly
24 1/2 Gallon Rectangle Fuel Tank Assembly
24 1/2 Gallon Rectangle Plastic Fuel Tank
40 Gallon Rectangle Fuel Tank Mount Tray
24 1/2 Gallon Rectangle Fuel Tank Mount Tray
24 1/2 Gallon Rectangle Plastic Fuel Tank Mount Tray
Rubber Tank Pad (Not Shown)
Fill Cap Only No Dipstick (Steel Tank)
Fill Cap With Dipstick (Steel Tank)
Fill Cap For Plastic Tank
Fill Cap Lock Assembly For Steel Tank With 900-3917-71 Fill Cap
Fill Cap Lock Assembly For Plastic Tank (Not Shown)
NOTICE Components vary with fuel type.
Specify gas or diesel when ordering fuel tank components.
NOTICE Tank assemblies vary with options.
Specify all options when ordering.
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CHIP BOX & ACCESSORY COMPONENTS
MODEL 90 CHIP BOX
PRIOR TURNTABLE (PRE 1/07)
PRIOR LIGHT MOUNTS (PRE 1/07)
NOTICE Parts may not be exactly as shown.
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MODEL 90 CHIP BOX
LOCATION
PART NUMBER DESCRIPTION
1.
2 a.
b.
3.
4 a.
b.
5.
6 a.
b.
c.
d.
7.
8.
9.
10.
12a.
b.
13.
14.
15.
16a.
b.
c.
17.
18a.
b.
c.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23a.
b.
c.
24a.
b.
25a.
b.
c.
d.
26.
27.
28a.
b.
c.
29.
30.
31a.
b.
c.
d.
900-4911-14
900-5900-13
900-5905-73
900-4903-39
900-2916-63
900-2904-12
900-2904-13
900-4906-31
900-4906-34
900-4903-59
900-4906-33
900-5900-09
900-2904-02
900-2904-01
900-2915-97
900-7900-78B
980-0509-37
900-9902-07
900-7900-08
900-6900-02
900-4906-78
900-4906-90
900-4906-84
900-1913-46
900-4903-17
900-4906-86
900-4906-90
955-1015-32
900-3906-77
900-2915-98
900-2900-06
910-200012
910-0500-31
900-4914-22
900-4913-73
910-0500-32
900-4913-72
910-300023
910-300022
910-300058
900-2916-35
900-2916-36
910-200011
910-0500-30
900-4914-22
900-2900-05
900-2900-07
900-4906-31
900-4906-34
900-4903-59
900-4906-33
5/8”-11NC x 2” Hex Head Bolt
2 1/2” Heavy Duty Pintle Ring Hitch
3” Heavy Duty Pintle Ring Hitch
5/8”-11NC Hex Lock Nut
Coil Cable Assembly With 6 Prong Plugs - 15’
6-Prong Trailer Plug Male Plug Only
6-Prong Trailer Plug Female Plug Only
1/4”-20NC x 3/4” Hex Head Bolt
1/4” Lock Washer
1/4” Flat Washer
1/4-20NC Hex Nut
Electrical Breakaway Switch
Mount For Electrical Breakaway Switch Battery
Battery For Electrical Breakaway Switch
LED Amber Marker Light
Aluminum Battery Box For 660/1010 CCA Battery And Manual Holder
Steel Battery Box For 660/1010 CCA Battery And Manual Holder
Manual Holder
Plastic Battery Liner Box for 660/1010 CCA Battery
660 CCA Battery
1/2”-13NC x 3-1/2” Hex Head Bolt
1/2” Flat Washer
1/2”-13NC Hex Lock Nut
Turntable Bearing (Start 1/07)
1/2”-13NC x 2-1/2” Hex Head Bolt
1/2” Lock Washer
1/2” Flat Washer
Lock Pin For Turntable
Chip Box Lift Cylinder
LED Red Marker Light
Amber Rectangle Reflector
Curb Side Door Assembly (Start 1/07)
Curb Side Door Assembly (Pre 1/07)
Spring Latch - To Hold Door Open (Not Shown)
Door Latch Assembly (Start 1/07)
Door Latch Assembly (Pre 1/07) (Not Shown)
Door Hinge (Start 1/07)
Hinge On Door (Pre 1/07) (Not Shown)
Hinge On Chip Box (Pre 1/07) (Not Shown)
Pin For Hinge (Pre 1/07) (Not Shown)
Amber Round Reflector
Red Round Reflector
Road Side Door Assembly (Start 1/07)
Road Side Door Assembly (Pre 1/07)
Spring Latch - To Hold Door Open (Not Shown)
Red Rectangle Reflector
License Plate Light
1/4”-20NC x 3/4” Hex Head Bolt
1/4” Lock Washer
1/4” Flat Washer
1/4-20NC Hex Nut
** Order Brake Hub And Drum Assembly According To Axle Type.
(Grease Type, Oil Type, Never Lube Type).
*-* Engine Rails And Adjusters Will Vary Depending On Engine And Component Options.
Order By Serial Number Of Chipper Or Physical Description.
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CHIP BOX & ACCESSORY COMPONENTS
MODEL 90 CHIP BOX
PRIOR TURNTABLE (PRE 1/07)
PRIOR LIGHT MOUNTS (PRE 1/07)
NOTICE Parts may not be exactly as shown.
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CHIP BOX & ACCESSORY COMPONENTS
MODEL 90 CHIP BOX
LOCATION
PART NUMBER DESCRIPTION
32.
33a.
b.
34.
35.
36a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
37a.
b.
c.
d.
38.
39a.
b.
40a.
b.
41a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
42a.
b.
43a.
b.
c.
d.
44a.
b.
c.
d.
45.
46.
47a.
b.
48.
49.
50a.
b.
51.
52a.
b.
53.
54.
900-2908-75
900-2908-76
900-2908-74
900-2902-41
6-53
900-5904-20
900-5904-40
900-5904-18
900-5904-22
900-5904-19
900-5905-36
900-5904-54
900-5903-02
900-5902-97
**
900-7900-78
980-0508-37
900-3920-01
900-3901-42
*-*
900-4906-86
900-4906-90
*-*
900-4906-87
900-4907-10
922-0003-38
980-0101-33
900-4902-29
900-4902-28
900-4902-73
900-4905-11
900-4906-82
900-4906-90
900-4903-25
900-4907-10
900-5906-10
900-5903-78
980-0127-45
980-0127-44
980-300106
980-0121-31
900-4912-71
900-4905-77
900-1903-01
900-5904-15
900-5903-87
900-2900-21
900-9904-48
Rubber Grommet For LED Taillight
LED Taillight
Adaptor Wire For LED Taillight (Not Shown)
Junction Box for Wiring
9/16”-18NF Cone Nut
245/75R-16” Tire and White Spoke, 8-Bolt Rim
245/75R-16” Tire and Black, 8-Bolt Rim
245/75R-16” Tire Only
16” x 6” White Spoke, 8-Bolt Rim Only
16” x 6” Black, 8-Bolt Rim Only
7,000 Lb. Electric Brake Axle Assembly 7,000 Lb. Hydraulic Brake Axle Assembly
Hanger Kit
Attaching Parts Kit
Brake Hub and Drum Assembly
Aluminum Tool Box
Steel Tool Box
Chip Box Lift Control Valve - SAE O-Ring
Chip Box Lift Control Valve - Pipe Fitting
1/2”-13NC Hex Head Bolt x Various Lengths
1/2” Lock Washer
1/2” Flat Washer
5/8”-11NC Hex Head Bolt x Various Lengths
5/8” Lock Washer
5/8” Flat Washer
Engine Mount Pad For 1/2” Engine Hold Down
Engine Mount Pad For 5/8” Engine Hold Down
Engine Adjuster Rod End - 1/2”-13NC x 6”
Engine Adjuster Rod End - 1/2”-13NC x 8 1/2”
Engine Adjuster Rod End - 1/2”-13NC x 5 1/2”
Engine Adjuster Rod End - 5/8”-11NC x 6”
1/2”-13NC Hex Nut
1/2” Flat Washer
5/8”-11NC Hex Nut
5/8” Flat Washer
2,000 Lbs. Yoke Lift Jack (Side Crank) - Zinc (Replaces 900-5903-79)
8,000 Lbs. Drop Leg Jack
Mount For 8,000 Lbs. Drop Leg Jack
Pin For 8,000 Lbs. Drop Leg Jack
Trailer Plug Receptacle Mount
Safety Chain Holder
Safety Chain With Hooks and Spring Latches for Standard Tongue
Hook For Safety Chain
Turntable Roller Bearing (Pre 1/07)
Turntable Spindle And 6 Bolt Hub Assembly (6/98 - 1/07)
Turntable Spindle And 5 Bolt Hub Assembly (Pre 6/98)
Tail Light Mount (Pre 1/07)
License Plate And Light Mount (Pre 1/07)
** Order Brake Hub And Drum Assembly According To Axle Type.
(Grease Type, Oil Type, Never Lube Type).
*-* Engine Rails And Adjusters Will Vary Depending On Engine And Component Options.
Order By Serial Number Of Chipper Or Physical Description.
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OPTIONAL COMPONENTS
HYDRAULIC WINCH
NOTICE Parts may not be exactly as shown.
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LOCATION
OPTIONAL COMPONENTS
HYDRAULIC WINCH
PART NUMBER DESCRIPTION
1 a.
900-3921-57
b.
900-3902-14
c.
900-3924-39
2 a.
981-1001-01
b.
955-1011-71
3 a.
900-4900-13
b.
900-4906-62
4.
900-4910-65
5 a.43626
b.
900-3905-22
6.
900-1915-24
7.
910-1000-08
8 a.
900-4900-74
b.
900-4906-86
c.
900-4906-90
d. 900-4912-73
9.
980-300260
10 a.
900-4906-70
b.
900-4906-86
c.
900-4906-88
d. 900-4906-82
11 a.
900-3905-19
b.
40005
12.
900-3905-17
13.
40473
14.
40024
15 a.
40469
b.
900-3905-16
16 a.
40025
b.41669
17.
910-1000-07
18.
900-3905-14
19.
900-4913-00
20.
955-300377
21.
900-9904-59
22.
955-300376
900-4906-29
23 a.
900-4906-34
b.
c. 900-4906-33
24 a.
900-4906-54
b.
900-4906-62
25 a.
900-3920-01
b.
900-3901-42
26 a.
900-4906-72
b.
900-4906-88
c.
900-4913-58
27.
980-200162
28.
980-0505-82
29.
900-4907-17
30.
900-4902-27
31.
914-1004-18
32 a.
900-4906-72
b.
900-4906-86
c.
900-4906-82
33.
980-3009-31
34.
980-3009-03
35.
900-4915-96
36.
904-0002-60
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Winch Hydraulic Motor (SAE O-rings) “RS” - Square
Winch Hydraulic Motor (Pipe Fittings) “RS” - Square
Winch Hydraulic Motor (SAE O-rings) “RE” - Round
Winch Motor Torque Arm For “RS” Motor
Winch Motor Torque Arm For “RE” Motor
3/8”-16NC x 1” Hex Head Bolt
3/8” Lock Washer
3/8”-16NC x 3/8” Cup Point Socket Set Screw
Winch Shaft Only
Winch Shaft With Keys
Bronze Bushing For A Frame Arm
Steel Winch A Frame Arm (Also Includes # 6)
1/2”-13NC x 2” Hex Head Bolt
1/2” Lock Washer
1/2” Flat Washer
1/2”-13NC Square Nut
Winch Drum Cover
1/2”-13NC x 1” Hex Head Bolt
1/2” Lock Washer
1/2” Flat Washer
1/2”-13NC Hex Nut
Winch Drum (Includes Bushings)
Bushing Only For Winch Drum (Not Shown)
Winch Clutch
Winch Brake Shoe Only
Winch Spring
Winch Shift Lever Only
Winch Shift Lever With #’s 9 & 10
Winch Pin For Brake Assembly
Winch Snap Ring For Winch Pin
Steel Winch A Frame Arm (Includes # 6)
Winch Release Lever Pin Assembly
Pivot Pin For Winch Handle Extension (If Applicable)
Lock Pin Handle Extension (If Applicable)
Vinyl Cap For Handle Extension (If Applicable)
Winch Shift Lever Extension (If Applicable)
1/4”-20NC x 1-1/2” Hex Head Bolt
1/4” Lock Washer
1/4”-20NC Hex Nut
3/8”-16NC x 3/4” Hex Head Bolt
3/8” Lock Washer
Winch Valve (SAE O-rings)
Winch Valve (Pipe Fittings)
1/2”-13NC x 1-1/2” Hex Head Bolt
1/2” Flat Washer
1/2”-13NC Flange Nut
Winch Tunnel Assembly
Winch Roller Assembly (Includes 29 - 31)
3/4” Lock Washer
Winch Roller Bolt
Winch Roller
1/2”-13NC x 1-1/2” Hex Head Bolt
1/2” Lock Washer
1/2”-13NC Hex Nut
Adapter Plate For Aluminum Fairlead
Aluminum Fairlead
7/16”-14NC x 3/4” Socket Head Cap Screw
Winch Kit (Includes #’s 1 - 18, 24-31)
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OPTIONAL COMPONENTS
HYDRAULIC TONGUE JACK
NOTICE Parts may not be exactly as shown.
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OPTIONAL COMPONENTS
HYDRAULIC TONGUE JACK
LOCATION
PART NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
1 a.
b.
c.
d.
2.
3 a.
b.
4 a.
b.
5 a.
b.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
900-4900-08
900-4906-34
900-4903-59
900-4906-33
900-3949-09
900-4906-54
900-4906-62
900-3920-01
900-3901-42
900-3934-24
904-0007-14
900-4907-60
914-1000-38
980-0131-50
980-0509-53
980-0509-00
1/4”-20NC x 2” Hex Head Bolt
1/4” Lock Washer
1/4” Flat Washer
1/4”-20NC Hex Nut
Check Valve
3/8”-16NC x 3/4” Hex Head Bolt
3/8” Lock Washer
Tongue Jack Valve (SAE O-rings)
Tongue Jack Valve (Pipe Fittings)
Tongue Jack Cylinder - Welded
Pin For Welded Cylinder (Not Shown)
Cotter Hair Pin
Lock Pin
Inside Tube Assembly
Drop Leg Foot Pad Assembly
Hydraulic Tongue Jack Kit (Includes #’s 1 - 9)
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OPTIONAL COMPONENTS
HYDRAULIC ACTIVATED LAST CHANCE
LOCATION
PART NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
1.
2 a.
b.
3. 4. 5.
6. 980-300185
900-7900-96
900-7901-41
900-3914-02
900-4907-43
900-4906-32
955-300054
Hydraulic Last Chance Control Bar
Vinyl Grip - Black
Vinyl Grip - Yellow
Control Handle Pivot Bracket
Cables
1/4”-20NC Lock Nut
Linkage
NOTICE Parts may not be exactly as shown.
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OPTIONAL COMPONENTS
HYDRAULIC ACTIVATED LAST CHANCE
10
6
7
8
11
9
P
B
T
T
14
12
5
13
1
4
15
16
T
P
3
LOCATION
1.
2 a.
b.
c.
3 a.
b.
4.
5 a.
b.
6 a.
b.
c.
7.
8 a.
b.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
PART NUMBER
See Pages 130-133
900-3900-07
900-3901-41
900-3903-39
900-3900-09
900-3900-10
See Pages 118-119
900-3925-03
900-3925-04
900-3927-73
900-3920-09
900-3920-02
900-3926-29
900-3920-05A
900-3920-06A
See Pages 118-119
See Pages 120-121
900-3920-30
900-3920-30
**
900-3921-57
900-3920-01
900-3936-39
2
DESCRIPTION
Hydraulic Tank - See Fuel & Hydraulic Tank Components
Hydraulic Tank Strainer - Model 90 Belt Drive
Hydraulic Tank Strainer - Model 90 Live Hydraulics
Hydraulic Tank Strainer - Models 150,200+
Filter Head
Filter
Autofeed Block Assembly - See Hydraulic Components
Yoke Lift Cylinder - Welded - Model 90 (Optional)
Yoke Lift Cylinder - Welded - Model 150,200+ (Optional)
Yoke Lift Control Valve For Dual Control Yoke Lift
Yoke Lift Control Valve With Winch Option
Yoke Lift Control Valve Without Winch Option
Hydraulic Activated Last Chance Valve
Feedwheel Valve Without Main Relief
Feedwheel Valve With Main Relief
Reversing “Autofeed Plus” - See Hydraulic Components
Flow Divider - See Hydraulic Components
Top Feedwheel Hydraulic Motor
Bottom Feedwheel Hydraulic Motor
Hydraulic Pump
Winch Motor (Optional)
Winch Control Valve (Optional)
Winch Selector Control Valve (Replaces 900-3920-58) (Optional)
NOTICE Make sure to order components according to fitting type,
fittings may vary on all components.
Hydraulic components, fittings, hoses will very depending on
optional equipment. Order by physical description.
NOTICE Parts may not be exactly as shown.
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OPTIONAL COMPONENTS
FOLDAWAY RADIATOR SCREEN
LOCATION
PART NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
1.
2.
3.
4.
5 a.
b.
6.
7.
980-0508-17
980-0122-86
*-*
900-7900-57
900-4901-83
900-7900-93
900-4901-61
980-0128-77
Bandit H.D. Foldaway Radiator Screen Ass’y (specify latch type)
Spring Lock Tab Foldaway Radiator Screen
Mount Tray For Foldaway Radiator Screen
Weather Strip
Spring Lock Plunger
Rubber Cap For Spring Lock - 1/2” Diameter
Hook Pull Clamp
Lock Tab For Hook
*-* Will Vary Depending On Engine And Component Options. Order By
Serial Number Of Chipper Or Physical Description.
NOTICE Parts may not be exactly as shown.
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PTO COMPONENTS
LOCATION
MODEL 90
PART NUMBER
MODELS 150/200
PART NUMBER
1 a.
b.
c.
d.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
900-4906-54
900-4900-13
900-4906-62
900-4906-65
986-1113-21
986-200027
980-200039
900-4902-36
900-4905-15
900-4906-54
900-4900-13
900-4906-62
900-4906-65
980-0114-68
980-0507-11
980-200039
900-4902-36
900-4905-15
3/8”-16NC x 3/4” Hex Head Bolt
3/8”-16NC x 1” Hex Head Bolt
3/8” Lock Washer
3/8” Flat Washer
Beltshield Mount
Beltshield Assembly
3-Point Hitch - Standard Category 2
3-Point Top Hitch Pin (1” Diameter)
3-Point Bottom Hitch Pin (1 1/8” Diameter)
NOTICE Parts may not be exactly as shown.
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DESCRIPTION
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PTO COMPONENTS
LOCATION
MODEL 90
MODELS 150/200
PART NUMBER PART NUMBER
1 a.
b.
2. 3.
4 a.
b.
5 a.
b.
6 a.
b.
7.
8 a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
9.
10.
11.
900-4906-70
900-4906-86
980-0119-57
980-200220
900-4903-45
900-4907-17
980-0125-10
980-0132-41
900-4903-32
900-4906-87
900-1900-33
980-0101-72
980-0101-73
980-0101-74
980-0101-75
995-0001-04
995-0001-05
980-0119-38
980-0134-26
See Page 103
900-4906-70
900-4906-86
980-0119-57
980-200220
900-4903-45
900-4907-17
980-0125-10
980-0132-41
900-4903-32
900-4906-87
900-1900-33
980-0101-72
980-0101-73
980-0101-74
980-0101-75
995-0001-04
995-0001-05
980-0119-38
980-0134-26
See Page 103
DESCRIPTION
1/2”-13NC x 1” Hex Head Bolt
1/2” Lock Washer
Front Chipper Bearing Cover Mount Tab
Front Chipper Bearing Cover
3/4”-10NC x 2-3/4” Hex Head Bolt - Bearing Retainer
3/4” Lock Washer
Bearing Retainer (Without Autofeed)
Bearing Retainer (With Autofeed)
5/8”-11NC x 1-3/4” Hex Head Bolt - Chipper Bearing
5/8” Lock Washer
Front Chipper Bearing
1/16” Chipper Disc Spacer
1/8” Chipper Disc Spacer
3/16” Chipper Disc Spacer
1/4” Chipper Disc Spacer
5/16” Chipper Disc Spacer
3/8” Chipper Disc Spacer
Front Chipper Bearing Backer Plate (Optional)
Pump Mount
Anvil & Hardware
Model 90 PTO Part Numbers For Disc Assembly (Includes 12-13, 31-34)
LOCATION
PART NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
12a.
b.
c.
986-0501-02
986-0501-05
980-0123-82
2-Knife Chipper Disc Assembly
3-Knife Chipper Disc Assembly
Chipper Disc Lock Tube On Disc (Not Shown)
Model 150 PTO Part Numbers For Disc Assembly (Includes 12-13, 31-34)
LOCATION
PART NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
12d.
e.
f.
980-0509-84
980-0503-69
980-0123-82
2-Knife Chipper Disc Assembly - 1/2” Thick Knife, 5/8” Bolt (Start 6/00)
2-Knife Chipper Disc Assembly - 3/8” & 1/2” Thick Knife, 1/2” Bolt (Pre 6/00)
Chipper Disc Lock Tube On Disc (Not Shown)
Model 200 PTO Part Numbers For Disc Assembly (Includes 12-13, 31-34)
LOCATION
PART NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
12g.
h.
980-0509-65
980-0123-82
2-Knife Chipper Disc Assembly - 1/2” Thick Knife, 5/8” Bolt (Start 6/00)
Chipper Disc Lock Tube On Disc (Not Shown)
*--* Contact your nearest dealer or Bandit Industries for Fan Blade Assemblies
** Components vary, order according to S/N of chipper or physical description.
For Chipper Disc only contact your nearest dealer or Bandit Industries.
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PTO COMPONENTS
LOCATION
MODEL 90
MODELS 150/200
PART NUMBER PART NUMBER
13.
14.
15.
16a.
b.
c.
17.
18.
19.
20a.
b.
21a.
b.
22a.
b.
23a.
b.
24a.
b.
25.
26a.
b.
27.
28a.
b.
29.
30.
31a.
b.
32.
33.
34.
35.
36.
37.
38.
39.
40.
41.
42.
43.
44a.
b.
c.
45.
46.
See Page 102
986-300001
900-7900-14
900-4900-74
900-4906-90
900-4906-84
900-3922-60
986-0501-20
900-3917-71
900-2903-93
900-2903-55
900-4906-70
900-4906-84
986-0500-67
986-200028
900-4908-27
900-7900-96
980-300349
980-0128-23
980-300349
980-0508-54
900-7900-93
980-0123-29
900-4902-20
P812
986-0500-66
980-0101-59
900-4907-05
900-4907-06
980-0126-63
*--*
980-0110-87
**
**
900-1900-34
980-0121-65
**
**
900-3900-24
626-0001-78
955-1015-32
900-1907-96
900-1903-25
980-0113-54
**
**
See Page 102
980-300194
900-7900-14
900-4900-74
900-4906-90
900-4906-84
900-3922-60
980-0506-92
900-3934-55
900-2903-94
900-2903-55
900-4906-70
900-4906-84
980-200062
980-200064
900-4908-27
900-7900-96
980-300349
980-0128-23
980-300349
980-0508-54
900-7900-93
980-0123-29
900-4902-20
P812
980-200063
980-0101-59
900-4907-05
900-4907-06
980-0126-63
*--*
914-1003-28
**
**
900-1900-34
980-0121-65
**
**
900-3900-24
980-0134-14
955-1015-32
900-1907-96
900-1903-25
980-0113-54
**
**
DESCRIPTION
Chipper Knife & Hardware
Hydraulic Tank Tray
Rubber Mounting Pad
1/2”-13NC x 2” Hex Head Bolt
1/2” Flat Washer
1/2”-13NC Hex Lock Nut
Magnetic Drain Plug
Hydraulic Tank
Fill Cap (Models 150/200 - Replaces 900-3917-71)
Rochester Sight Gauge - Optional Model 90
Face For Sight Gauge Only
1/2”-13NC x 1” Hex Head Bolt
1/2”-13NC Hex Lock Nut
Chipper Hood Stationary Half - Manual Swivel Discharge
Chipper Hood Stationary Half - Hand Crank Swivel Discharge
Discharge Spring Lock
Rubber Cap (Not Shown)
Bottom Swivel Ring For Manual Swivel Discharge
Bottom Swivel Ring For Hand Crank Swivel Discharge
Hood Flange
Spring Lock For Hood Pin
Black Vinyl Cap (Not Shown)
Hood Pin With Attaching chain
Padlock For Hood Pin
Key For Padlock (Not Shown)
Chipper Hood Hinged Half
Hood Hinge
5/8”-18NF x 5-1/2” Hex Head Bolt - Chipper Draw Ring
5/8”-18NF High Hex Nut - Chipper Draw Ring
Chipper Draw Ring
Fan Blade Assembly
Chipper Shaft Assembly
Chipper Sheave Bushing
Chipper Sheave
Rear Chipper Bearing
Rear Chipper Bearing Baker Plate (Optional)
Hydraulic Pump Belts
Chipper Belts
Rear Chipper Bearing Grease Line
Hood Stop
Chipper Disc Lock Pin
6 Spline Adaptor-1 1/2” Dia. Shaft To 1 3/8” Dia. 6 Spline(Start 2/03)
6 Spline Adaptor-1 3/8” Dia. Shaft To 1 3/8” Dia. 6 Spline(Pre 2/03)
21 Spline Adaptor- 3/8” Dia. Shaft To 1 3/8” Dia. 21 Spline(Pre 2/03)
Drive Sheave Bushing
Drive Sheave
*--* Contact your nearest dealer or Bandit Industries for Fan Blade Assemblies
** Components vary, order according to S/N of chipper or physical description.
For Chipper Disc only contact your nearest dealer or Bandit Industries.
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PTO COMPONENTS
LOCATION
MODEL 90
MODELS 150/200
PART NUMBER PART NUMBER
47a.
b.
48.
49a.
b.
c.
50a.
b.
51a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
52a.
b.
c.
53a.
b.
c.
d.
54a.
b.
c.
900-6907-94
900-6902-20
900-6902-21
900-4911-14
900-4906-87
900-4907-10
900-1907-94
900-1901-96
980-0134-75
980-300329
980-300322
980-300323
980-0110-21
980-0134-76
986-1108-55
980-200067
900-4902-74
900-4907-04
900-4907-10
986-1108-58
900-4906-97
900-4907-04
900-4907-10
900-6907-94
900-6902-20
900-6902-52
900-4911-14
900-4906-87
900-4907-10
900-1907-94
900-1901-96
980-0134-75
980-300329
980-300322
980-300323
980-0110-21
980-0134-76
986-1108-55
980-200067
900-4902-74
900-4907-04
900-4907-10
986-1108-58
900-4906-97
900-4907-04
900-4907-10
DESCRIPTION
Yoke For Slip Clutch - 1 1/2” Diameter Shaft (Start 2/03)
Yoke For Slip Clutch - 1 3/8” Diameter Shaft (Pre 2/03)
Clutch Pack For Slip Clutch
5/8”-11NC x 2” Hex Head Bolt
5/8” Lock Washer
5/8” Flat Washer
PTO Bearing - 2 1/4” Diameter (Start 2/03)
PTO Bearing - 1 3/8” Diameter (Pre 2/03)
PTO Shaft-2 1/4” Diameter To 1 1/2” Diameter(Start 2/03)
PTO Shaft- 2 1/4” Diameter To 1 3/4” Diameter 20 Spline(Start 2/03)
PTO Shaft- 2 1/4” Diameter To 1 3/8” Diameter 6 Spline(Start 2/03)
PTO Shaft- 2 1/4” Diameter To 1 3/8” Diameter 21 Spline(Start 2/03)
PTO Shaft - 1 3/8” Diameter (Pre 2/03)
Belt Tightener Plate (Start 2/03)
Belt Tightener Plate (Pre 2/03)
Belt Tightener Hinge (Not Shown)
5/8”-11NC x 5” Eye Bolt
5/8”-11NC Hex Nut
5/8” Flat Washer
Puller Block For Adjuster (Not Shown)
5/8”-11NC x 3” Hex Head Bolt
5/8”-11NC Hex Nut
5/8” Flat Washer
*--* Contact your nearest dealer or Bandit Industries for Fan Blade Assemblies
** Components vary, order according to S/N of chipper or physical description.
For Chipper Disc only contact your nearest dealer or Bandit Industries.
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LOCATION
MODEL 90
MODELS 150/200
PART NUMBER PART NUMBER
1 a.
b.
c.
2 a.
b.
3 a.
b.
4.
5.
6 a.
b.
7 a.
b.
8.
9 a.
b.
10.
11.
12a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
13a.
b.
c.
14.
15a.
b.
16.
17a.
b.
18a.
b.
19.
20.
21.
22a.
b.
c.
23.
24a.
b.
25.
26a.
b.
27a.
b.
28a.
b.
980-0503-17
980-0128-90
N/A
900-4901-83
900-7900-93
980-300320
980-0129-66
900-4905-45
980-0129-86
900-4905-40
980-0509-56
900-4905-39
980-0509-56
980-0133-34
955-300086
900-7900-96
900-4900-44
980-0133-09
980-300577
980-300578
980-300576
980-300575
N/A
N/A
980-300186
980-300187
N/A
980-0137-06
980-0508-64
900-4904-29
986-200023
900-4906-54
900-4906-62
980-100139
980-0123-94
900-4906-32
980-100141
980-0100-74
900-4906-37
900-4906-47
900-4906-48
937-900009
980-300514
937-300316
980-300082
900-1909-80
900-1900-66
900-4909-23
900-4900-13
626-300268
626-0001-69
980-0503-17
980-0128-90
981-1007-31
900-4901-83
900-7900-93
980-300320
980-0129-66
900-4905-45
980-0129-86
900-4905-40
980-0509-56
900-4905-39
980-0509-56
980-0133-34
955-300086
900-7900-96
900-4900-44
980-0133-09
980-300577
980-300578
980-300576
980-300575
981-300152
981-300151
980-300186
980-300187
980-300002
980-0137-06
980-0508-64
900-4904-29
981-200035
900-4906-54
900-4906-62
980-100139
980-0123-94
900-4906-32
980-100141
980-0100-74
900-4906-37
900-4906-47
900-4906-48
937-900009
980-300514
937-300316
980-300082
900-1909-80
900-1900-66
900-4909-23
900-4900-13
626-300268
626-0001-69
DESCRIPTION
Folding Pan For 35” Wide Infeed Hopper
Folding Pan For 45” Wide Infeed Hopper
Folding Pan For 64” Wide Infeed Hopper
Folding Pan Spring Lock - 1/2” Diameter Pin
Rubber Cap For Spring Lock - 1/2” Diameter (Not Shown)
Inside Spring Mount For Spring Assist - 2” x 3” Rim
Inside Spring Mount For Spring Assist - 2” Dia. Rim
Cotter Pin For Spring Tube
Spring Tube For Spring Assist
Right Spring For Spring Assist
Spring Assist Kit (Includes 3 Through 8)
Left Spring For Spring Assist
Spring Assist Kit (Includes 3 Through 8)
Top Spring Block (Specify Length 1 1/2” or 2 1/2”)
Folding Pan Lock Pin
Rubber Cap For Lock Pin (Not Shown)
Pivot Pin Jam Nut
Pivot Tube
Pivot Pin For 35” Wide Infeed Hopper (Curb Side)
Pivot Pin For 35” Wide Infeed Hopper (Road Side)
Pivot Pin For 45” Wide Infeed Hopper (Curb Side)
Pivot Pin For 45” Wide Infeed Hopper (Road Side)
Pivot Pin For 64” Wide Infeed Hopper (Road Side)
Pivot Pin For 64” Wide Infeed Hopper (Curb Side)
Control Handle For 35” Wide Infeed Hopper
Control Handle For 45” Wide Infeed Hopper
Control Handle For 64” Wide Infeed Hopper
Folding Pan Lock Tab For 1/2” Diameter Pin
Last Chance Cable Assembly
Last Chance Orange Cable & Clamp
Winch and Valve Mount (Start 9/04 Approx.)
3/8”-16NC x 3/4” Hex Head Bolt
3/8” Lock Washer
Hydraulic Control Arm - 20 1/2” (Start 8/04)
Hydraulic Control Arm - 17” (Pre 8/04)
1/4”-20NC Lock Nut
Feedwheel Control Valve Linkage
Bottom Feedwheel Scrapper Bar
5/16”-18NC x 1” Hex Head Bolt
5/16” Lock Washer
5/16” Flat Washer
Torque Arm Cushion
Bottom Torque Arm Stop
Torque Arm Cushion Mount
Bottom Feedwheel Bearing Backer Plate
Feedwheel Bearing (Grip-Tight Style) (Start 8/04)
Feedwheel Bearing (Pre 8/04)
1/2”-13NC x 1-1/4” SHCS (Start 8/04)
3/8”-16NC x 1” Hex Head Bolt (Pre 8/04)
Coupler With Motor Nut and Taper Pin With Nut (Start 6/05)
Coupler With Motor Nut and Taper Pin (Pre 6/05)
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LOCATION
MODEL 90
MODELS 150/200
PART NUMBER PART NUMBER
29a.
b.
30a.
b.
31.
32a.
b.
c.
33a.
b.
34.
35a.
b.
36a.
b.
37a.
b.
38.
39a.
b.
40a.
b.
c.
41a.
b.
42a.
b.
c.
43.
44a.
b.
c.
d.
45a.
b.
46a.
b.
c.
47.
48a.
b.
49a.
b.
50a.
b.
c.
51a.
b.
900-4909-53
900-4905-54
900-7901-23
900-7900-38
980-0508-57
900-4910-73
900-4906-47
900-4906-48
900-4900-13
900-4906-62
980-0124-98
900-3920-30
900-3908-63
900-4906-28
900-4906-32
980-0138-10
980-0111-08
980-300083
900-4912-37
900-4900-13
900-3944-21
900-3920-30
900-3908-63
980-300515
937-300316
900-4906-72
900-4906-90
900-4906-84
980-0133-23
986-200035
986-0501-82
980-300333
980-0132-68
980-200223
980-0123-28
900-3925-03
904-0007-14
900-4913-23
980-0126-45
980-200116
980-200073
900-1909-79
900-1909-81
980-200071
980-300207
986-0501-73
986-200040
986-200030
900-4909-53
900-4905-54
900-7901-23
900-7900-38
980-0508-57
900-4910-73
900-4906-47
900-4906-48
900-4900-13
900-4906-62
980-0124-98
900-3920-30
900-3908-63
900-4906-28
900-4906-32
980-0138-10
980-0111-08
980-300083
900-4912-37
900-4900-13
900-3944-21
900-3920-30
900-3908-63
980-300515
937-300316
900-4906-72
900-4906-90
900-4906-84
980-0133-23
980-200098
980-0508-77
980-300333
980-0132-68
980-200223
980-0123-28
900-3925-04
904-0007-14
900-4913-23
980-0126-45
980-200116
980-200073
900-1909-79
900-1909-81
980-200071
980-300207
986-0501-73
980-200074
980-200115
DESCRIPTION
Taper Pin With Nut (Start 6/05)
Taper Pin Only (Pre 6/05)
Rubber Coupler Guard - 17 3/4” (Start 6/05)
Rubber Coupler Guard - 15 3/4” (Pre 6/05)
Coupler Guard Mount
5/16”-18NC Hex Nut
5/16” Lock Washer
5/16” Flat Washer
3/8”-16NC x 1” Hex Head Bolt
3/8” Lock Washer
Torque Arm
Bottom Feedwheel Hydraulic Motor (O-Ring Ports)(Start 1/03)
Bottom Feedwheel Hydraulic Motor (Pipe Thread)(Pre 1/03)
1/4”-20NC x 1-1/4” Flat Head Cap Screw
1/4” Lock Nut
Yoke Slide - 1” x 1” x 11 1/2” (Start 4/04)
Yoke Slide - 3/4” x 1” x 11 1/2” (Pre 4/04)
Top Feedwheel Bearing Backer Plate
1/2”-13NC x 1” SHCS (Start 8/04)
3/8”-16NC x 1” Hex Head Bolt (Pre 8/04)
Top Feedwheel Hyd. Motor (O-Ring Ports)(Start 5/09)
Top Feedwheel Hyd. Motor (O-Ring Ports)(1/03 - 5/09)
Feedwheel Hydraulic Motor (Pipe Thread)(Pre 1/03)
Top Torque Arm Stop
Torque Arm Cushion Mount
1/2”-13NC x 1-1/2” Hex Head Bolt
1/2” Flat Washer
1/2”-13NC Hex Lock Nut
Yoke Lift / Top Plate Angle Mount
Yoke Lift Assembly (Start 6/05)
Yoke Lift Assembly (Pre 6/05)
Top Yoke Plate Without Yoke Lift (Not Shown)
Decal Plate Only
Yoke Lock Pin (Start 6/05)
Yoke Lock Pin (Pre 6/05)
Yoke Lift Cylinder-Welded
Pin For Welded Cylinder (Not Shown)
Rubber Washer - Top Of Cylinder (Not Shown)
Top Yoke Strap (Pre 6/05)
Top Yoke Assembly (Start 8/04)
Top Yoke Assembly (Pre 8/04)
Feedwheel Bearing (Set Screw Style)
Feedwheel Bearing - Debris (Set Screw Style)
Top Feedwheel Assembly
Top Feedwheel Tooth
Top Feedwheel Shaft & Coupler Assembly
Feedwheel Slide Box Assembly (Start 8/04)
Feedwheel Slide Box Assembly (Pre 8/04)
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LOCATION
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MODELS 150/200
PART NUMBER PART NUMBER
52a.
b.
53.
54a.
b.
55.
56a.
b.
c.
57a.
b.
c.
58.
59a.
b.
60.
61.
62.
63a.
b.
64a.
b.
c.
65.
66.
67.
68.
69.
900-4905-14
900-4905-19
981-300030
900-4900-04
900-4902-02
981-300031
900-4905-79
900-4905-80
900-4900-36
980-200072
980-300207
986-0501-73
900-4901-83
980-0500-30
981-1000-60
980-0507-42
900-4914-18
980-0122-55
986-2000-60
986-2000-62
904-0006-91
980-300063
980-300064
900-3930-96
980-100158
980-100157
900-7900-96
900-3914-02
900-4905-14
900-4905-19
981-300030
900-4900-04
900-4902-02
981-300031
900-4905-79
900-4905-80
900-4900-36
980-200072
980-300207
986-0501-73
900-4901-83
980-0500-30
981-1000-60
980-0507-42
900-4914-18
980-0122-55
980-2002-79
980-2002-78
904-0006-91
980-300063
980-300064
900-3930-96
980-100158
980-100157
900-7900-96
900-3914-02
DESCRIPTION
Clevis Pin
Hair Pin for Clevis Pin
Top Mount for Easy Climb System
Yoke Spring
Spring Adjuster (Pre 9/99) (Not Shown)
Bottom Mount for Easy Climb System
Clevis Pin (Not Shown)
Cotter Pin for Clevis Pin (Not Shown)
Flat Washer (Not Shown)
Bottom Feedwheel Assembly
Bottom Feedwheel Tooth
Bottom Feedwheel Shaft & Coupler Assembly
Trap Door Spring Lock
Trap Door Assembly
Hinge For Trap Door
Wooden Push Paddle
Plastic Knob
Wooden Push Paddle Mount
35” Wide Infeed Hopper Assembly
45” Wide Infeed Hopper Assembly
Dual Yoke Lift Control Bar Kit
Dual Yoke Lift Control Bar - 35” Wide Infeed Hopper
Dual Yoke Lift Control Bar - 45” Wide Infeed Hopper
Short Valve Handle - Lift Cylinder Control Linkage
Control Arm - Dual Yoke Lift - 12 1/2”
Dual Yoke Lift Control Bar Tab
Rubber Cap - Dual Yoke Lift Control Bar
Clamp - Lift Control Bar
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STANDARD LEGS
ADJUSTABLE LEGS
ADJUSTABLE LEGS
TRAILERIZED
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LOCATION
MODEL 90
PART NUMBER
MODELS 150/200
PART NUMBER
1.
986-200033
980-200060
DESCRIPTION
Standard Leg Assembly
ADJUSTABLE LEGS
LOCATION
MODEL 90
PART NUMBER
MODELS 150/200
PART NUMBER
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
986-200034
980-200058
980-200059
980-100012
N/A
N/A
980-0510-47
980-200058
980-200059
980-100012
980-200156
980-2002-53
DESCRIPTION
Adjustable Leg Assembly
Rear Adjustable Legs (3-Point Side)
Front Adjustable Legs (Infeed Hopper Side)
Pin
Adjustable Leg Assembly
Front / Rear Adjustable Legs
TRAILERIZED
LOCATION
MODEL 90
PART NUMBER
MODELS 150/200
PART NUMBER
8.
9 a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
10.
11.
12.
13 a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
14.
900-4911-14
900-5900-13
900-5905-73
980-0505-33
980-0501-47
980-0507-78
900-4903-39
986-200020
60-80
900-5901-69
900-5903-08
900-5901-60
N/A
N/A
N/A
900-5903-69
900-4911-14
900-5900-13
900-5905-73
980-0505-33
980-0501-47
980-0507-78
900-4903-39
980-0509-47
60-80
900-5901-69
900-5903-08
900-5901-60
900-5909-70
900-5909-98
900-5909-69
900-5905-04
DESCRIPTION
5/8”-11NC x 2” Hex Head Bolt
2 1/2” Heavy Duty Pintle Ring Hitch
3” Heavy Duty Pintle Ring Hitch (Not Shown)
2 5/16” Ball Coupler Assembly (Not Shown)
2” Ball Coupler Assembly (Not Shown)
1” Drop Pin Hitch Assembly (Not Shown)
5/8”-11NC Hex Lock Nut
Frame Assembly
1/2”-20NF Lug Nuts
185/75R-14” Tire And Black, 5-Bolt Rim
185/75R-14” Tire Only
Black, 5-Bolt Rim Only
225/75R-15” Tire And White Mod, 5-Bolt Rim
225/75R-15” Tire Only (Start 11/09)
15” x 6” White Mod, 5-Bolt Rim Only (Start 11/09)
Axle
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SERVICE RECORD
DATE
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AMOUNT
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