Toro Wear Block Kit, TX 1000 Wide Track Compact Tool Carrier Installation guide

Toro Wear Block Kit, TX 1000 Wide Track Compact Tool Carrier Installation guide
Form No. 3414-689 Rev A
Wear Block Kit
TX 1000 Wide Track Compact Tool Carrier
Model No. 136-5821
Installation Instructions
WARNING
CALIFORNIA
Proposition 65 Warning
This product contains a chemical or chemicals known to the State of California
to cause cancer, birth defects, or reproductive harm.
Safety
Installation
Safety and Instructional
Decals
Safety decals and instructions are
easily visible to the operator and are
located near any area of potential
danger. Replace any decal that is
damaged or missing.
1
Preparing the Machine
No Parts Required
Procedure
1. Park the machine on a level surface.
2. Remove any attachments from the machine.
3. Engage the parking brake.
4. Lower the loader arms so that they are
approximately 20 to 25 cm (8 to 10 inches)
above the frame.
5. Shut off the engine and remove the key.
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1. Read the Operator's
Manual.
2. Tension block guide
6. Raise the machine off the ground until you
can access the inside of the track beneath
the machine. Support the machine using jack
stands.
Note: Use jack stands rated for your machine.
Refer to the Operator’s Manual for your machine
to determine the weight.
WARNING
Mechanical or hydraulic jacks may fail to
support the machine and cause serious
injury.
Use jack stands when supporting the
machine.
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Original Instructions (EN)
Printed in the USA
All Rights Reserved *3414-689* A
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3
Installing the Tensioning
Decal
Removing the Tracks
No Parts Required
Parts needed for this procedure:
2
Procedure
Decal
Note: Complete the procedure for both tracks.
1. Remove the locking bolt and nut (Figure 2).
Procedure
Install the tensioning decal on a clean, dry surface on
the tension tube as shown in Figure 1 on both sides
of the machine.
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Figure 2
1. Tension tube
3. Tensioning screw
2. Locking bolt
2. Loosen the rear bolt near the drive wheel on the
track (Figure 3).
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Figure 1
Note: This enables the drive wheel to pivot
forward and release the tension of the track. If
it does not pivot, turn on the engine and briefly
move the traction control forward.
1. Decal
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Figure 3
1. Drive wheel
2. Track
3. Front wheel
4. Rear bolt
3. Using a 1/2-inch drive ratchet, release the
drive tension by turning the tensioning screw
clockwise (Figure 2).
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4. Remove the outer front wheel (Figure 4).
4
Installing the Track Guides
Parts needed for this procedure:
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2
Template
4
Track Guide
12
Button-head bolt
2
Hex-socket-head bolt
2
Nut
2
Thread-locking compound
Figure 4
1. Nut
2. Washer (2)
3. Outer front wheel
4. Track
Procedure
Note: Complete the procedure for both track frames.
1. Completely cut off the outer guide rod (Figure 6).
5. Remove the track at the top of the inner front
wheel, peeling it off the wheel while rotating the
track forward. (Figure 4).
6. When the track is off the inner front wheel,
remove it from the drive wheel and road wheels
(Figure 3).
7. Remove the front road wheel (Figure 5).
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Figure 6
1. Guide rod
2. Remove any welds on the inside or outside of
the track frame.
3. Stack the 2 templates on top of each other, and
align them with the front hole and the bottom
edge of the track frame (Figure 7). Use a
hex-socket-head bolt and nut in the front hole to
secure the templates to the frame.
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Figure 5
1. Bolt (5/8 x 8-1/2 inches)
3. Nut (5/8 inch)
2. Front road wheel
3
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Figure 9
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Figure 7
1. Nut
1. Inner guide rod
3. Hex-socket-head bolt in
front hole
4. Mark these holes.
2. Templates
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4. Mark the locations of the other 2 holes using a
1/4-inch center drill bit (Figure 7).
Installing the Track
Note: You may use a 1/4-inch drill bit if you do
not have a centering drill.
5. Drill holes (3/8-inch diameter) at the marked
locations, slotting the rear hole with the hole
from the guide rod.
Parts needed for this procedure:
2
Track (optional, sold separately)
6. Remove the templates.
Procedure
7. Paint any bare metal on the frame before
installing the track guide.
Note: Complete the procedure for both tracks.
8. Install a track guide using 3 button-head bolts
(Figure 8).
1. Install the front road wheel (Figure 5). Torque
the nut to 183 to 223 N∙m (135 to 165 ft-lb).
2. Beginning at the drive wheel, coil a new or
existing track around the wheel, ensuring that
the lugs on the track fit between the spacers on
the wheel (Figure 3).
Note: Ensure that the lugs in the track fit
between the spacers in the middle of the drive
wheel.
3. Push the track under and between the road
wheels (Figure 3).
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4. Starting at the bottom of the front wheels, install
the track around the wheels by rotating the track
rearward while pushing the lugs into the wheels.
Figure 8
1. Button-head bolt (3)
2. Track guide
5. In the outer front wheels, clean the old grease
and dirt out of the area between where the
washers were installed and the bearings inside
the wheels, then fill this area on each side of
each wheel with grease (Figure 4).
9. Apply thread-locking compound to the bolts and
torque them to 27 to 34 N∙m (20 to 25 ft-lb).
10. Repeat this procedure for inner track frame
(Figure 9).
6. Install the outer front wheel and 2 washers on
the axle as shown in Figure 4. Secure them with
the nut removed previously.
Note: You can access the inner guide rod from
beneath the machine.
7. Torque the nuts to 340 to 475 N∙m (250 to 350
ft-lb).
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9. Align the closest notch in the tension screw to
the locking-bolt hole and secure the screw with
the locking bolt and nut (Figure 2).
6
Adjusting the Track Tension
For Existing Tracks
1. Remove the locking bolt and nut (Figure 2).
No Parts Required
2. Using a 1/2 inch drive ratchet, turn the tensioning
screw counterclockwise until the tension nut
aligns with the green section of the decal (Figure
10).
For New Tracks
1. For both tracks, turn the tensioning screw
counterclockwise until the tension block aligns
with the white line closest to the curve of the slot
on the decal (Figure 10).
3. Align the closest notch in the tension screw to
the locking-bolt hole and secure the screw with
the locking bolt and nut (Figure 2).
4. Drive the machine, then park the machine on a
level surface, engage the parking brake, shut off
the engine, and remove the key.
5. Verify that the tension block aligns with the
green guide of the decal or is 1.3 cm (1/2 inch)
away from the rear of the tension tube for both
tracks (Figure 10). Adjust if necessary.
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Figure 10
1. Decal
2. Tension block
2. Align the closest notch in the tension screw to
the locking-bolt hole and secure the screw with
the locking bolt and nut.
3. Torque the rear bolt to 108 to 122 N∙m (80 to
90 ft-lb).
4. Lower the machine to the ground.
5. Drive the machine, then park the machine on a
level surface, engage the parking brake, shut off
the engine, and remove the key.
6. Verify that the tension block is within the green
guide of the decal or is 1.3 cm (1/2 inch) away
from the rear of the tension tube for both tracks
(Figure 10).
Note: The track tension loosens after some
use.
7. Remove the locking bolt and nut (Figure 2).
8. Using a 1/2-inch drive ratchet, turn the tensioning
screw counterclockwise until the tension block
aligns with the green guide on the decal or is 1.3
cm (1/2 inch) away from the rear of the tension
tube slot for both tracks (Figure 10).
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Notes:
Notes:
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