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Bush Hog Spreader FSP Series Spreader Owners Manual
FSP SERIES
FERTILIZER
SPREADER
Models FSP-500, FSP-800 Spreaders
This manual applies to FSP-500 Model serial numbers 10831 and higher
FSP-800 Model serial numbers 10713 and higher
Publication Date Revised 05/19
Manual Part No. 50073920
TABLE OF CONTENT
INTRODUCTION.........................................................................................................................................
2
SAFETY......................................................................................................................................................
2
SAFETY SIGNAL WORDS…………………………………………………………………………………………
3
GENERAL SAFETY GUIDELINES………………………………………………………………………………..
3
SAFETY DECAL CARE ..............................................................................................................................
4
BEFORE OPERATION ...............................................................................................................................
4
DURING OPERATION................................................................................................................................
5
HIGHWAY AND TRANSPORT OPERATIONS ..........................................................................................
6
ASSEMBLY................................................................................................................................................
7
OPERATION .…..........................................................................................................................................
9
ATTACHING TO THE TRACTOR ..............................................................................................................
9
SHORTENING A PTO DRIVELINE….........................................................................................................
9
MAINTENANCE..........................................................................................................................................
10
SPREADING CHART…..............................................................................................................................
11
PARTS BREAKDOWN…............................................................................................................................ 12-13
SAFETY AND MARKING DECALS………………………………………………………………………………
14
DRIVESHAFT PARTS BREAKDOWN…………………………………………………………………………..
15
LIMITED WARRANTY.................................................................................................................................
16
1
INTRODUCTION
Thank you for purchasing your Bush Hog fertilizer spreader. Your fertilizer spreader is design to be used on Cat. 1 tractors
and at 540 RPM PTO Speed. It is important to properly maintain in keep in place all safety guards and shields that came
with your spreader.
SAFETY
Read and understand this manual and all safety signs before operating and maintaining. Review the safety instructions and
precautions annually.
TAKE NOTE! THIS SAFETY ALERT SYMBOL FOUND THROUGHOUT THIS MANUAL IS USED TO CALL
YOUR ATTENTION TO INSTRUCTIONS INVOLVING YOUR PERSONAL SAFETY AND THE SAFETY OF
OTHERS. FAILURE TO FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS CAN RESULT IN INJURY OR DEATH.
THIS SYMBOL MEANS
ATTENTION! BECOME ALERT! YOUR SAFETY IS INVOLVED!
2
SAFETY SIGNAL WORDS
Note the use of the signal words DANGER, WARNING, and CAUTION with the Safety Messages.
The appropriate signal word for each has been selected using the following guidelines:
DANGER: Indicates an imminently hazardous situation that, if not avoided, will result in death or serious
injury. This signal word is to be limited to the most extreme situations typically for machine components
which, for functional purposes, cannot be guarded
WARNING: Indicates a potentially hazardous situation that, if not avoided, could result in death or serious
injury, and includes hazards that are exposed when guards are removed. It may also be used to alert against
unsafe practices.
CAUTION: Indicates a potentially hazardous situation that, if not avoided, may result in minor or moderate
injury. It may also be used to alert against unsafe practices.
GENERAL SAFETY GUIDELINES
Safety of the operator is one of the main concerns in designing and developing a new piece of equipment.
Designers and manufacturers build in as many safety features as possible. However, every year many
accidents occur which could have been avoided by a few seconds of thought and a more careful approach to
handling equipment. You, the operator, can avoid many accidents by observing the following precautions in
this section. To avoid personal injury, study the following precautions and insist those working with you, or for
you, follow them.
Replace any CAUTION, WARNING, DANGER or instruction safety decal that is not readable or is missing.
Location of such decals is indicated in this booklet.
Do not attempt to operate this equipment under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
Review the safety instructions with all users annually.
This equipment is dangerous to children and persons unfamiliar with its operation. The operator should be a
responsible adult familiar with farm machinery and trained in this equipment’s operations.
Do not allow persons to operate or assemble this unit until they have read this manual and have
developed a thorough understanding of the safety precautions and of how it works
To prevent injury or death, use a tractor equipped with a Roll Over Protective System (ROPS). Do not paint
over, remove or deface any safety signs or warning decals on your equipment. Observe all safety signs and
practice the instructions on them.
Never exceed the limits of a piece of machinery. If its ability to do a job, or to do so safely, is in question
DO NOT TRY IT.
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SAFETY DECAL CARE
 Keep safety signs clean and legible at all times.
 Replace safety signs that are missing or have become illegible.
 Replaced parts that displayed a safety sign should also display the current sign.
 Safety signs are available from your Distributor or Dealer Parts Department or the factory.
How to Install Safety Signs:
 Be sure that the installation area is clean and dry.
 Decide on the exact position before you remove the backing paper.
 Remove the smallest portion of the split backing paper.
 Align the decal over the specified area and carefully press the small portion with the exposed sticky backing in
place.
 Slowly peel back the remaining paper and carefully smooth the remaining portion of the decal in place.
 Small air pockets can be pierced with a pin and smoothed out using the piece of decal backing paper.
BEFORE OPERATION
 Carefully study and understand this manual.
 Do not wear loose-fitting clothing, which may catch in moving parts.
 Always wear protective clothing and substantial shoes.
 Assure that all tires are inflated evenly.
 Give the unit a visual inspection for any loose bolts, worn parts or cracked welds, and make necessary
repairs. Follow the maintenance safety instructions included in this manual.
 Be sure that there are no tools lying on or in the equipment.
 Do not use the unit until you are sure that the area is clear, especially children and animals.
 Don’t hurry the learning process or take the unit for granted. Ease into it and become familiar with your
equipment.
new
 Practice operation of your equipment and its attachments. Completely familiarize yourself and other operators
with its operation before using.
 Use a tractor equipped with a Roll Over Protective System (ROPS) and fasten your seat belt prior to
starting the engine.
 The manufacturer does not recommend usage of tractor with ROPS removed.
 Move tractor wheels to the widest recommended settings to increase stability.
 Securely attach to towing unit.
retainer and attach safety chain.
Use a high strength, appropriately sized hitch pin with a mechanical
 Do not allow anyone to stand between the tongue or hitch and the towing vehicle when backing up to the
equipment.
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DURING OPERATION
 Children should not be allowed on the product.
 Clear the area of small children and bystanders before moving the feeder.
 If using a towing unit, securely attach feeder by using a hardened 3/4” pin, a metal retainer, and safety chains if
required. Shift towing unit to a lower gear before going down steep downgrades, thus using the engine as a
retarding force. Keep towing vehicle in gear at all times. Slow down for corners and rough terrain.
 Make sure you are in compliance with all local and state regulations regarding transporting equipment on public
roads and highways. Lights and slow moving signs must be clean and visible by overtaking or oncoming traffic
when feeder is transported.
 Beware of bystanders, particularly children! Always look around to make sure that it is safe to start the engine
of the towing vehicle or move the unit. This is particularly important with higher noise levels and quiet cabs, as
you may not hear people shouting.
 NO PASSENGERS ALLOWED -Do not carry passengers anywhere on, or in, the tractor or equipment, except
as required for operation.
 Keep hands and clothing clear of moving parts.
 Do not clean, lubricate or adjust your equipment while it is moving.
 When halting operation, even periodically, set the tractor or towing vehicle brakes, disengage the PTO, shut off
the engine and remove the ignition key.
 Be especially observant of the operating area and terrain - watch for holes, rocks or other hidden hazards. Always
inspect the area prior to operation.
 DO NOT operate near the edge of drop-offs or banks.
 DO NOT operate on steep slopes as overturn may result.
 Operate up and down (not across) intermediate slopes. Avoid sudden starts and stops.
5
HIGHWAY AND TRANSPORT OPERATIONS
Adopt safe driving practices:
 Keep the brake pedals latched together at all times. NEVER USE INDEPENDENT BRAKING WITH
MACHINE IN TOW AS LOSS OF CONTROL AND/OR UPSET OF UNIT CAN RESULT.
 Always drive at a safe speed relative to local conditions and ensure that your speed is low enough for an emergency
stop to be safe and secure. Keep speed to a minimum.
 Reduce speed prior to turns to avoid the risk of overturning.
 Avoid sudden uphill turns on steep slopes.
 Always keep the tractor or towing vehicle in gear to provide engine braking when going downhill. Do not coast.
 Do not drink and drive!
 Comply with state and local laws governing highway safety and movement of farm machinery on public roads.
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
Use approved accessory lighting flags and necessary warning devices to protect operators of other vehicles on the
highway during daylight and nighttime transport. Various safety lights and devices are available from your dealer.

The use of flashing amber lights is acceptable in most localities. However, some localities prohibit their use. Local
laws should be checked for all highway lighting and marking requirements.

When driving the tractor and equipment on the road or highway under 40 kph (20 mph) at night or during the day,
use flashing amber warning lights and a slow moving vehicle (SMV) identification emblem.
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
Plan your route to avoid heavy traffic.

Be observant of bridge loading ratings. Do not cross bridges rated lower than the gross weight as which you are
operating.
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
Watch for obstructions overhead and to the side while transporting.

Pick the most level possible route when transporting across fields. Avoid the edges of ditches or gullies and steep
hillsides.
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Be extra careful when working on inclines.
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Never leave running equipment attachments unattended.
Be a safe and courteous driver. Always yield to oncoming traffic in all situations, including narrow bridges, intersections, etc.
Always operate equipment in a position to provide maximum visibility at all times. Make allowances for increased
length and weight of the equipment when making turns, stopping the unit, etc.
Maneuver the tractor or towing vehicle at safe speeds.
Avoid overhead wires or other obstacles. Contact with overhead lines could cause serious injury or death.
Avoid loose fill, rocks and holes; they can be dangerous for equipment operation or movement.
Allow for unit length when making turns.
Operate the towing vehicle from the operator’s seat only.
Never stand alongside of unit with engine running or attempt to start engine and/or operate machine while standing
alongside of unit.
As a precaution, always recheck the hardware on equipment following every 100 hours of operation. Correct all
problems. Follow the maintenance safety procedures.
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Assembly
Hopper
1. Secure the spreader hopper support pan to the bottom of the hopper with the 4 carriage head
bolts and nuts.
2. With the hopper opening facing up, insert the Retainer Bushing through the center hole of the hopper.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
The bushing rim should be on the inside of the hopper against the metal bowl and threads extending
out the bottom.
Turn the hopper upside down.
Slip the 2-hole (Top Shutter Plate Flow Control) Galvanized disc over the bushing and against the
hopper bottom.
Do the same with the 3-hole (Bottom shutter Plate Directional Control) Galvanized disc.
Important: See photo to be sure the discs are flipped the proper way.
Place the Nylon Flat washer over the threaded bushing against the shutter.
Thread the Spanner Nut to the Bushing and tighten.
Secure everything in place with the Spanner Nut.
IMPORTANT: Make sure both holes can be exposed after the discs are assembled.
If not assembled correctly, the openings will not line up when the gates are supposed
to be open.
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Frame
1. Install the spin disc on the gearbox output shaft. Secure it in
place with the 8mm roll pin in the lower most hole which is closest
to the gearbox housing.
2. Install the deflector shield on the inside of the frame. Bolt it to
the tabs welded in front of the lower hitch pins on the frame. Secure it in place with the 10 x 25mm bolts, flat washers, and Hex
nuts.
3. Secure the Fixed Pivot to the deflector shield with an 8mm nut
and flat washer.
4. Loosely attach the left and right hopper support arms to the
frame using the M10 x 25mm bolts, lock washers and Hex nuts.
The notch end goes on the frame. Do not tighten.
5. Attaching the adjustment spreader lever. Slip the adjustment
lever through the scaled slot. Put the spring over the 10 x 70mm
bolt. Insert the bolt through the spreader lever and put the fiber
spacer next to the lever. Put the bolt through the frame and secure
in place with the 10mm lock nut. Compress the spring by
tightening the bolt and nut until there is resistance in moving the
handle up and down.
6. Installing the Threaded Adjustment Block. Slip the wing bolt
through the indication gauge and then through the scaled slot on
the frame. Thread the wing bolt through the solid block to secure
it to the frame.
7. Flip the hopper right side up, and position it over the frame.
Slide center hole over the gearbox output shaft. Secure the back of
the hopper in place by slipping the large washer over a 10 x 35mm
bolt and sliding it through hopper and then through the frame near
the top hitch. Secure it in place with a 10mm flat washer, lock
washer and hex nut. Insert the support bar and bolt it in place with
the 10 x 25mm bolts. The flat washers, lock washers and hex n uts
are tightened against the hopper supports.
8. Install the nylon dust washer over the gearbox output shaft and
slide it down until it rests against the bottom of the hopper. Install
the agitator with the 8 x 50mm bolt and lock nut.
9. Attach the Tie Rod to the Top Shutter Plate and secure it with R
clips and 2 - 10mm flat washers.
10. Install the Directional lever to the Bottom Shutter Plate and
secure the end to directional disc with 2mm cotter pin and 8mm
flat washer and the R clip to the Fixed Pivot bolted to the deflector
shield.
Tighten all hardware.
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Operation
Attaching to the tractor
1 With the Fertilizer Spreader on a level surface, back the Cat. 1 tractor so the tractor lift arms are even with the
fertilizer spreader lower hitch pins. Lower or raise the tractor hitch arms until the 7/8” bushing in the arm is
level with the hitch pins. Be sure nothing is between the tractor and the cutter before backing up.
2 Insert the lower link hitch hole of the tractor’s lift arm over the implement’s hitch pin.
3 Secure the lift arm in place by using a 7/16” lynch pin or other fastener.
4 Repeat with the other arm.
5 Connect the driveline to the tractor’s PTO output shaft. Secure driveline to gearbox with the bolt supplied with
the driveline.
6 Connect the tractor top link to the upper pivot hitch of the fertilizer spreader.
7 Start the tractor and slowly raise the fertilizer spreader. Check for drawbar interference. Be sure that the PTO
driveline does not bottom out when lifting the fertilizer spreader to maximum height. If it does appear
that it could bottom out, it is necessary to shorten the PTO driveline. (See Shortening a PTO Driveline
section). Ensure that in the working position there is an overlap of a minimum of 1/3 the length of each
profile.
Shortening a PTO Driveline
With the implement attached to the tractor’s three point hitch, and the PTO driveline not installed,
1
separate the PTO driveline. Attach the implement end to the implement and the other end to the tractor
PTO input shaft.
Raise the implement by using the tractor’s hydraulic 3-point hitch to maximum lift height.
Hold the half shafts next to each other and mark them so each end is approximately ½” from hitting the
end of the telescopic profiles.
Shorten the inner and out guard tubes equally.
Shorten the inner and outer profiles by the same length as the guard tubes. Using a rattail file, round off
all sharp edges and burrs. Grease the telescopic profile generously before reassembling.
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3
4
5
Do not shorten too much, the proper overlap is a minimum of 1/3 the length of each profile.
Spreading Height
Before operating the spreader, make sure that the spreading disc is set to the horizontal position and it is about 30”
from ground level.
Spreading with revolving vanes.
Since fertilizers vary with respect to weights and density, in order to obtain a perfect spreading it may be necessary
to adjust the vanes in order to compensate for these differences. The vanes are usually set to the center position.
By moving the vanes forward, distribution is increased towards the left side of the tractor operator, moving them
backwards causes distribution to be increased towards the right.
Left– Center – Right Spreader pattern
A simple adjustment of the lower lever allows direction control of the spreader pattern towards the right , center or
left of the tractor
Removal and Storage
After finishing, remove the spreader from the tractor.
1.
2.
Put the PTO driveline in a safe location so it will not become
damaged.
Wash out the spreader, removing all fertilizer or other material.
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FOLLOWING OPERATION
 Following operation, or when unhitching, stop the tractor or towing vehicle, set the brakes, disengage
the PTO and all power drives, shut off the engine and remove the ignition keys.
 Store the unit in an area away from human activity.
 Do not park equipment where it will be exposed to livestock for long periods of time. Damage and
livestock injury could result.
 Do not permit children to play on or around the stored unit.
 Make sure all parked machines are on a hard, level surface and engage all safety devices.
 Wheel chocks may be needed to prevent unit from rolling.
 Good maintenance is your responsibility. Poor maintenance is an invitation to trouble.
 Make sure there is plenty of ventilation. Never operate the engine of the towing vehicle in a closed
building. The exhaust fumes may cause asphyxiation.
 Be certain all moving parts on attachments have come to a complete stop before attempting to perform
maintenance.
 Always use the proper tools or equipment for the job at hand.
 Use extreme caution when making adjustments.
 Never replace hex bolts with less than grade five bolts unless otherwise specified.
 After servicing, be sure all tools, parts and service equipment are removed.
 Where replacement parts are necessary for periodic maintenance and servicing, genuine factory
replacement parts must be used to restore your equipment to original specifications. The manufacturer
will not claim responsibility for use of unapproved parts and/or accessories and other damages as a
result of their use.
 If equipment has been altered in any way from original design, the manufacturer does not accept any
liability for injury or warranty.
MAINTENANCE
Although the hopper of your spreader is fabricated with polypropylene, and therefore impervious to rust and corrosion, it is
very important that the other parts of the spreader be kept clean due to the corrosive properties of fertilizers.
Item
Interval
PTO shaft grease zerks
Grease weekly
PTO shaft telescopic tubing
Grease every 40 hours
Clean spreader
After each use.
The Gearbox is sealed and filled with grease so no maintenance is necessary.
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SPREADING CHART FOR FERTILIZER
NOTE: Spread widths of fertilizer will vary according to type.
Always check actual spread width and application rate.
Spread Chart settings are approximate - always make a trial run to check actual application rate.
SPREAD
WIDTH
IN FEET
TRACTOR
SPEED
(MPH)
Coarse Grain Fertilizers
40
2.5
5
7.5
Medium Grain Fertilizers
34
Fine Grain Fertilizers
26
Ammonium Nitrate
33
Urea (Carbamide)
26
FERTILIZER TYPE
2.5
5
7.5
2.5
5
7.5
2.5
5
7.5
2.5
5
7.5
QUANTITY TO BE SPREAD, IN POUNDS PER ACRE
AT CONTROL LEVEL SETTING INDICATED
1.0
1.5
85
51
43
122
73
62
175
105
73
329
170
113
467
236
163
597
303
198
739
376
253
825
417
286
945
478
325
61
28
23
226
116
74
377
190
124
563
284
191
724
366
244
896
448
298
1052
525
352
1242
622
422
60
32
21
77
41
26
97
48
37
85
46
30
110
59
37
2.0
139
69
53
122
61
41
303
150
100
3.0
246
129
85
204
108
93
458
231
150
SPREADING CHART FOR SEED
4.0
414
204
139
340
178
122
669
300
221
5.0
516
260
175
440
224
153
818
411
275
6.0
640
320
218
551
280
193
1004
500
336
7.0
789
392
260
647
324
220
1171
590
392
8.0
935
472
323
770
396
263
NOTE: Spread widths of Seed will vary according to type.
Always check actual spread width and application rate.
Spread Chart settings are approximate - always make a trial run to check actual application rate.
SPREAD
WIDTH
IN FEET
TRACTOR
SPEED
(MPH)
Alfalfa & Clover
26
4
5
6
7.5
Barley
28
Bluegrass & Bermuda Grass
18
Fescue & Ryegrass
18
Rye
33
Sudan Grass
33
Soybeans
40
Wheat
33
MATERIAL
4
5
6
7.5
.05
14
11
9
7.5
4
5
6
7.5
1.0
48
39
32
26
2.0
118
95
79
63
20.5
16.5
13.5
11
4
5
6
7.5
11
9
7.5
6
4
5
6
7.5
4
5
6
7.5
37
30
25
20
4
5
6
7.5
4
5
6
7.5
POUNDS PER ACRE (APPROXIMATE)
AT CONTROL LEVEL SETTING INDICATED
11
3.0
72
45
36
24
4.0
5.0
6.0
7.0
90
72
60
48
107
86
71
57
151
121
100
81
186
149
124
99
135
109
90
72
186
149
124
99
227
182
151
121
127
102
85
68
150
120
100
80
170
136
113
90
34
27
22
18
74
59
49
39
58
47
39
31
92
74
61
49
70
56
46
37
111
89
74
59
86
69
57
46
151
121
100
80
198
159
147
106
8.0
200
160
133
106
Bush Hog
Frame Parts Breakdown
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Bush Hog
Frame Parts Breakdown
Ref.
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Part
No.
50073769
44390BH
15830
50073771
50073772
50073773
50073774
50073775
50073776
44342
44198
50073778
50073779
50073780
50073781
50073782
50073783
50073784
50073785
50073786
50073787
50073872
50077192
50073789
50073790
44216
44311BH
44306BH
50073791
50073792
44316BH
50073794
50073795
50073796
50073797
50073798
50073799
50073850
50073851
50073852
50073853
50073854
50073855
50073856
50077193
50077194
44154BH
44198
50073861
50073862
Description
Qty.
Req’d.
Base Assembly
1
Bolt, Hex Head M10x20,Zinc
2
Flat Washer Zinc Plated 10mm
5
R Clips
4
Tie Rod
1
Lever
1
Spreader Spring
1
Bolt, Hex Head M10x70,Zinc
1
Hopper Support Arm (Right Side)
1
Hex Head Nut 10 x 1.5
14
Split Type 10mm Lock Washer
10
Directional Lever
1
Shutter Adjustment Pivot Joint
1
Agitator
1
Hex Head Bolt 8 x 2.5 x 45
1
8mmNylon Locking Nut
1
25 x 60 x 3.o Nylon Washer
1
Bolt, Carriage, M10x25, Zinc
5
Bar - Hopper reinforcement
1
Hopper Support Washer
1
Hopper W/Decals FSP-500 Model
1
Hopper W/Decals FSP-800 Model
1
Retainer Bushing (Used with spanner nut) 1
Hopper Support Pan
1
Bolt Carridge,M8x25, Zinc
6
8mm Flat Washer Zinc Plated
14
Washer,Lock,8mm, Zinc
14
Hex Head Nut 8 x 1.25
15
Top Shutter Plate (Flow Control)
1
Bottom Shutter Plate (Directional)
1
Hex Head Bolt 8 x 1.25 x 16
8
Distributor Vane
4
Roll Pin,ø8*40,
1
Roll Pin,ø6*40,
1
Lever, Fixed Pivot
1
Spreader Disc
1
Front Shield W/Decal
1
Threaded Adj. Block
1
Gauge Pointer
1
Thumb Screw
1
Bolt Hex Head M10x25, Zinc
4
Gearbox
1
Hex Bolt 10 x 1.5 x 110
3
PTO Assembly (complete)
1
Nylon Flat Washer
1
Spanner Nut
1
M10 Lock Nut
1
Washer, Lock
4
Adjustment Lever Washer, Bakelite
1
Hopper Support Arm (Left Side)
1
13
SAFETY and MARKING DECAL LOCATION
R ef.
No.
P a rt
No.
1
2
50065309
50073874
50073871
50073793
50073893
50073894
50073895
50073896
50073897
50073898
50073899
D960
50076959
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
D e s c r i p ti o n
B us h H og D e c a l
Model Decal FSP800
Model Decal FSP500
Warning Decal (Protective Equipment)
Caution Decal (540 RPM)
Caution Decal (Avoid Serious Injury)
Danger Decal (Entanglement)
Warning Decal (Thrown Objects)
Warning Decal (Falling Off / Underneath)
SMV Decal (Not Shown)
Spreading Chart Decal
Warning Decal (Proposition 65)
Adjustment Lever
Q ty .
Req’d.
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
11
12
WARNING!
Operating, servicing and maintaining this equipment can expose you to chemicals including
gasoline, diesel fuel, lubricants, petroleum products, engine exhaust, carbon monoxide, and
phthalates, which are known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or
other reproductive harm. To minimize exposure, avoid breathing exhaust, do not idle the
engine except as necessary, service your vehicle in a well-ventilated area and wear gloves
or wash your hands frequently when servicing your vehicle. Battery post, terminals and
related accessories contain lead and lead compounds, chemicals known to the state of
California to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go
to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov. This Website, operated by California’s Office of Environmental
Health Hazard Assessment, provides information about these chemicals and how individuals
may be exposed to them.
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Bush Hog
PTO Shaft - Parts Breakdown
Ref.
No.
Part
No.
Description
1
50073863
Yoke
2
2
50073864
Inner Yoke complete
1
3
50073865
Outer Yoke complete
1
4
50073866
Inner PTO Guard Complete
1
5
50073867
Outer PTO Guard Complete
1
6
50073868
Cross & Bearing
2
7
50073869
Safety Chain
2
50073856
PTO Shaft Complete
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Qty.
Req’d.
LIMITED WARRANTY
Bush Hog warrants to the original purchaser of any new spreader from Bush Hog, purchased from an
authorized Bush Hog dealer, that the equipment be free from defects in material and workmanship for a
period of one (1) year for non-commercial, state, and municipalities’ use, ninety (90) days for commercial use
from date of retail sale. Warranty for rental purposes is thirty (30) days. The obligation of Bush Hog to the
purchaser under this warranty is limited to the repair or replacement of defective parts.
This limited warranty does not apply to and excludes wear items such as shear pins, tires, tubes knives,
blades or other wear items. Oil or grease is not covered by this warranty.
All obligations of Bush Hog under this limited warranty shall be terminated if:
Proper service is not preformed on the machine The machine is modified or altered in any way. The machine
is being used or has been used for purposes other than those for which the machine was intended.
DISCLAIMER OF IMPLIED WARRANTIES & CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES Bush Hog obligation under
this limited warranty, to the extent allowed by law, is in lieu of all warranties, implied or expressed,
including implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose and any liability for
incidental and consequential damages with respect to the sale or use of the items warranted. Such incidental
and consequential damages shall include but not be limited to: transportation charges other than normal
freight charges; cost of installation other than cost approved by Bush Hog; duty; taxes; charges for normal
service or adjustment; loss of crops or any other loss of income; rental of substitute equipment, expenses due
to loss, damage, detention or delay in the delivery.
Read and understand the complete Warranty Statement found in this Manual. At time of purchase your
dealer should register your product with warranty information on line with Bush Hog. Dealer should
supply the customer with a printed copy of the completed warranty registration.
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