Duncan 730 Multi-Seeder MKIII User manual

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General
Introduction
Specification and Capabilities
Acquisition
Preparing for Operation
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. Drawbar Height Adjustment
. Hydraulic Ram Fitting
. Dragbars and Pressure Springs
. Triple Disc Coulters
. Trial of Operating Depth
. Clutch Setting
. Seed Box Setting
. Fertiliser Bax Setting
Operation of Machine
Maintenance
Calibration — Seed or Fertiliser
Fitting Optional Extras
Small Seeds Box (Turnip & Rape)
Pesticide Box
Depth Guide
Parts Lists
Fig. Main Frame
Fig. 2 LH. Hub Assembly
Fig. 3 R.H. Hub Assembly
Fig, 4 Jack Assembly
Fig. 5 Gears
Fig. 6 Hectaremeter
Fig. 7 Clutch Trip Assembly
Fig. 8 Seed and Fertiliser Box & Controls
Fig. 9 Seed Feeder Units
Fig. 10 Fertiliser Feeder Units
Fig. i1 Dragbar Assembly
Fig. 12 Front Single Disc Assembly
Fig. 13 Double Disc Assembly
Fig. 14 Hydraulic Ram Fitting
Fig. 15 Pesticide Box (Option)
Fig. 16 Seed Box Agitator (Option)
Fig. 17 Small Seeds Box (T & R Box) (Option)
Fig. 18 Depth Guide (Option)
Sowing Charts
Seed Sowing Chart
Fertiliser Sowing Chart (General)
Fertiliser Sowing Chart, Special Stars
Fertiliser Sowing Chart, Thin Stars
Fertiliser Sowing Chart, Wire Stars
Fertiliser Sowing Chart, Standard Stars
Small Seeds Box (T & R) Sowing Chart
Pesticide Box Sowing Chart
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DUNCAN 730 MULTI-SEEDER MKIII
INTRODUCTION:
The following pages set out technical information for your guidance in the proper use and servicing of this
implement. Please study this booklet carefully before using your new machine and keep it handy for future
reference and ordering of spare parts when required. Right and Left Hand references in this manual are
determined by standing behind the machine and facing the direction of travel.
The Duncan Multi-Seeder direct-drill or sod-seeder is ruggedly constructed and dependable. Long and
efficient service can be expected provided it is properiy operated and serviced. The MKIl! modelis fitted with
ё completely revised dragbar and triple disc system based on over seven years experience in triple-disc
irect drilling.
SPECIFICATIONS AND CAPABILITIES:
This machine is designed especially for the over-drilling of pasture and the direct drilling of crop seeds,
fertilisers or granular pesticides into chemically dessicated land, or other crop residues, A wide variety of
soil types, moisture and trash conditions can be tolerated. However, drilling with the Multi-seeder in
conditions normally outside the germination tolerances of the seed concerned cannot be expected to give
satisfactory results. The main purpose of direct drilling should be either to (a) conserve time and energy
normally used for tilling the land (b) to avoid disturbance of the existing pasture, other growth or soil
structure or (c) to avoid loss of soil moisture caused by aeration in other drilling methods. The chemical
dessication of existing growth prior to direct drilling either as a separate operation or as an attachment to
this machine is outside the scope of this booklet and information should be soughtfrom spray suppliers such
as |.C.1. Ltd or your local agricultural spraying contractor.
Weight: approx 1600 Kg (3500Ibs) empty, unballasted.
Overall width: 3.10m (10-2)
Overall length: 3.05m (10'-0"")
Overall height; 1.37m (4-6)
Working width: approx 2.4m (8'-0"")
Row spacing: approx 150mm (8'') 16 Rows
Stagger: 150mm (6'")
Coulters: Heavy duty triple disc, alt 318mm (12%) dia,
Seed Hopper Capacity: .35m? (7% bushels)
Fertiliser capacity: .35m* (360 kg or 800 Ibs approx) |
Seed Sowing rates: 1.3 Kg/Ha Rape to over 400 Kg/Ha Peas (Fluted roll feed)
Fertiliser sowing rates: 50 to 1000 Kg/Ha (Star type feed)
Areameter: trip type, resettable, reading to 99.99 Hectares.
Working depth: up to 80mm (3) (control by depth stop on ram)
Ground clearance; approx 100mm (4) in raised position,
Optional exiras: a) 8” (200mm) Stroke depth stop hydraulic ram and hoses to SAE.
specifications,
b) Smali seeds box (TER box) with disc seeders
Gi Pesticide how with fluted roll seaders for nesticidas or small saads
d) Alternative fertiliser stars
e) Seed and Fertiliser Feeder blank plates
f) Agitator for seed box
g) Additional satchel weights
h) depth position indicator for use with rams without depth control.
1) Alternative discs and coulters to special order.
|} Jockey wheel for tow hitch.
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ACQUISITION:
On delivery of your new machine please check it over promptly and report any damage in transit to your
dealer. Assemble any parts supplied loose and remove any packaging and the protective canvas cover,
Inspect the machine thoroughly with the aid of this manual to familiarise yourself with its various features.
The machine is covered by our 90 day warranty on faulty parts subject to hormal use.
PREPARING THE MULTI-SEEDER FOR OPERATION
1. Drawbar Height Adjustment
Six positions are provided by selecting one of the combination of holes in the drawbar attachment plates
as shown in the diagram below. Select the height to suit your tractor so that the machine will be towed with
the bottom edge of the end plates parallel to the ground, (check with tape measure or spirit level on flat
level ground), The adjustment is made by hitching to your tractor, supporting the front weight of the
machine on the screw jack and removing the two top bolts. Then use the screw jack to level the machine
and replace the bolts in the nearest available holes. Tighten all bolts and remove jack. The jack can be
parked in the horizontal position when not in use. DO NOT DRIVE OFF WITH JACK IN VERTICAL
POSITION.
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2. Hydraulic Ram Fitting
An S.A.E. standard 8” stroke Depth Control Ram will be required with hoses and fittings unless ordered
as an extra with the machine. Fitthe ram in place with the cylinder end attached to the lug on the front bar
and the piston rod end attached to the rocker shaft arm. The hole nearest the shaft will give maximum lift
and highest coulter pressure for hard ground and isthe normal position. The other hole can be used if finer
control of coulter pressure is required and ground clearance in the lift position is not so important.
Remove the transport stay and store in a safe place as soon asthe ram is fitted. This can be re-fitted when
the ram is required for another implement. It should also be fitted as a safety device when towing the
machine long distances or at speed to avoid damage should the hydraulics fail or be accidentally
operated. WARNING; Operation of the ram with transport stay in position could cause structural damage.
Hydraulic pressure of 1000 p.s.i. (70 atmospheres) is sufficient to fully operate the machine unballasted
but higher pressures will do no harm up to the capacity of the ram used. |
3. Dragbars and Pressure Springs
The double springs attached to each dragbar provide up to 250 Kg (550ibs) approx of thrust if fully
compressed. This is sufficient combined with the weight and rolling cutting action of the front discs to
penetrate the hardest of soils. The dragbars are alternately short and long to provide 150mm of stagger
to ensure trash clearance (Long on left, short on right end of machine). The spring bar attachment poinis
are staggered aiso to ensure equal pressure to all bars. If full ram pressure and stroke is applied in hard
ground, the land wheels may be lifted clear of the ground and all seed and fertiliser feed will stop.
Additional ballast can overcome this problem.
4. Triple Disc Coulters
The triple disc coulter system combines a leading single disc on the centre line of the dragbar followed
closely by a pair of specially angled discs (or double discs) which wedge open the cut made by the single
frontdisc. Whilst the cutis wedged open, seed, fertiliser, pesticides etc can be sown atthe required depth
and the cut then closes over the sown materials as the discs progress forward. The triple disc dragbar is
the heart of the Multi-seeder and proper understanding of its operation, together with good setting and
maintenance is the key to successful direct drilling.
Sowing depth for different seeds is primarily obtained by adjustment of the depth stop on the hydrautic
ram. The resistance of the ground against the cutting action of the discs and the spring pressure on them
determines the depth of penetration. Therefore, for a given sowing depth, hard or dry ground will need
greater ram stroke and thus spring pressure than will soft or wet ground. The long springs give a soft
actiontoviolentiocalchangesin soil density, holes, bumps, stones, buried objects etc and combined with
the long dragbars pivoted well forward, the mutti-seeder will sow at even depth in quite rough conditions
and yet stump-jump when obstructions are hit,
The stump-jump height capacity reduces as spring pressure increases when working in hard ground,
and the machine should not be driven purposely over large surface stones or rock projections. Sowing
speed should be reduced in rough conditions. Siowness of speed does not affect the operation or
efficiency of the triple disc coulters, and will minimise coulter bounce and wear on discs and bearings.
When the discs rise up over obstructions the seed will be momentarily placed on the surface which may
show up when the plants emerge.
Conversely, wet or soft patches may cause the seed to be sown deeper and these areas should be sown
separately with lower spring pressure for best results.
For any given sowing depth, the correct depth relationship or lead between the front and double discs
must de set by using the correct mounting holes for the front disc assembly. The following chart sets out
the correct mounting holes to be used for any given sowing depth and diameter of front disc.
FRONT SHORT DRAGBAR LONG DRAGBAR
DISC SOWING DEPTH SOWING DEPTH
DIAMETER 25 38 50 75mm 25 38 . 50 75mm
1 1% 2 3 inch 1 1% 2 3 inch
mm inch
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318 12% 2-A 2-B 3-B 3-C 2-A 2-83 2-B 3-B
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305 12 2-B 2-B 3-B 4-C 2-B 2-5 3-B 3-B
290 11% 2-B 3-B 3-C 4-C 2-5 2-5 3-6 4-5
280 11 3-8 3-C 4-0 4-D 3-B 3-C 3-C 4-C
266 101 3-C 3-C 4-C 3-6 3-C 4-C
254 10 3-C 4-C 4-1) 3-C 4-C 4-D
241 9% 4-6 4-D 4-C 4-D
228 9 4-D 4-D
Refer to the diagram for hole identification — The holes are designed to give depth adjustment changes
ofapprox TOmm (%”) by using opposite pairs of holes and one-step diagonal titting of the disc rearwards,
as given In the chart. The disc can also be tilted forward but this will reduce ground clearance in the raised
position. All front discs are despatched on the machine at position 1-A to minimise damage in transit, To
adjust to the desired position, slacken ali four set screws and remove those to be moved to other holes.
Swing the assembly to the new position and replace and tighten all four set screws complete with their
spring washers. The screws are %'' BSW thread, do not use other threads or longer setscrews.
Bolt E' in the diagram should be ieft tight as this prevents the threaded spacer biock from moving out
of alignment with the holes in the dragbars. The settings in the chart give a lead depth of approx 10mm
(%’') greater than the sowing depth which is important to ensure proper opening of the cut by the double
discs. Insufficient lead or none at all will cause undue wear on the edges of the double discs. The front
discs wear more rapidly than the double discs in service and this can be allowed for by selecting settings
to suit the disc diameters as they wear down. The double discs when new have a touch point forward of
bottom centre to slide into the soii cut without trapping soil or stones between them. They can be worn
down to about 290mm (11%) diameter from their original 318mm (12% diameter before replacement
should be considered. When replacing the double discs, the discarded discs can be used as re-
placements for the front disc which has a shorter service life.
When the double discs are becoming worn, front disc settings one position higher than the chart may
be found satisfactory.
The heavy duty disc bearings are greased for life and double sealed to prevent ingress of dirt. The
pearings are also interchangeable in all disc assemblies on the Mark til machine.
Inthe double disc assemblies, the whoie unit can be removed by taking out the two М," bolts, or the discs
removed by knocking off the hub caps and unscrewing the axle bolt from the coulter casting (left hand
thread on left side).
The front guard and seed deflector can be removed separately if desired.
The scraper plate shouid be adjusted to just clear the discs when they rotate.
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The hoses (seed front, fertiliser rear,) are atight fit on the casting but alittle soap solution will make them
slip on easily. To avoid permanent squashing and cracking of the hoses, always store the machine when
not in use with the dragbar discs resting on dry ground or a plank of wood (transport stay removed). This
will minimise hose kinks and disc rusting. |
, Trial of Operating Depth
When the tow hitch and front discs have been set up as described above and before putting seed or
fertiliser into the boxes, try out the machine to check sowing depth and even penetration of ali coulters.
Tow the machine along and gradually increase the stroke of the ram until the desired depth is obtained.
The depth of sowing can be seen by the amount of penetration of the double disc, and the lead of the front
disc below the double discs can be checked by using a pocketknife blade to measure the depth of cut.
The machine must be towed forward several metres each time the depth is changed before measuring,
to allow the discs to cut their way in. When the desired depth has been obtained, check that the short and
long dragbar coulters are both operating at the same depth. lf not, this can be corrected by raising or
lowering the front of the machine at the tow hiteh plates on the front bar (as in 3 above). The staggered
double discs are placed 75mm ahead and fo the rear of the wheel centre. Therefore raising the front of
the machine will make the long dragbar discs sow deeper and the short dragbar discs sow shallower.
Lowering the front of the machine will have the opposite effect. [f such an adjustments made, re-check
the lead of the front discs and correct if necessary.
. Clutch Setting
The drives to the seed and fertiliser boxes are operated through a clutch in the right hand wheel hub.
The clutch fork is automatically operated by a linkage connected to the rocker arms such that when the
coulters are lowered, the ciutch engages and vice-versa. Check the operation of the clutch and see that
the over-ride springs allow for full movement of the rocker arm without damaging the linkage. Ensure that
al! bolts and setscrews are tight,
. Seed Box Setting: (front box)
Refer to the sowing chartin the back of this book or inside the seed box lid.
The seed box has ihree features to adiust the sowing rate:
(a) The adjustment quadrant on the left hand end of the seed box, marked from Ú to 20.
At position 0, the fluted roils are completely withdrawn from the bottom of the seeder units giving
zero sowing rate. At position 20 the fluted roll is operating over the whole width of the seeder unit.
(b) The seeder aperture flaps controlled by two adjustment levers on the front of the machine. These
are normally left in the closed position (bottom notch on quadrant). The % open position (second
notch) may be used for high sowing rates or large seeds such as peas and maize.
The flaps can be opened up by raising the lever to the top of the quadrant. This enables the box to
be emptied of surplus seeds by gravity, but should only be done with the dragbars in the down
position to prevent hose kinks and a tray under the discs to collect the seed. Do not close the flaps
whilst seed remains in the seeders.
(с) The seed shaft change gear (under guard on R.H. side of machine}. To change the gear on the
square shaft follow the same method as for the fertiliser gears. The compound gear cannot be
changed on the seed box drive.
Select the gear ratio and lever setting desired and check the sowing rate as described.
. Fertiliser Box Setting: (rear box)
Refer to the sowing chart at the back of this book or inside the seed box lid.
The fertiliser box has three features to adjust the sowing rate:—
(a) The adiustment quadrant lever on the left hand end of the box with notches 1 to 10 (Notch 1 is the
галлов: notch). This conirols the shutter shaft which has smail vertical plates or scrapers over each
star feeder.
When the levers in notch 1, these plates rest down on the surface of the castings in the box bottom,
(Remove the angled cover plates in the box bottom for access.)
(0) Different stars — four types are currently available. Standard stars (14466) are normally fitted and
Wire stars (15098) are the most popular alternative for use at low sowing rates and with fine granular
fertilisers. The standard star will handle buik fertilisers with some lumps quite satisfactorily. The
stars are removed by lifting out the cover plates turning them in reverse direction io release the drive
pin and lifting out.
(c) Change gears — (under guard on R.H. side of machine) to change the square shaft gear or
compound gear, remove the spring clip pin from the compound gear stud and slacken the stud by
turning it clockwise with a suitable spanner (left hand thread). Remove and replace gears as desired
(see sowing chart) raise compound gear stud to mesh gears, tighten and replace spring clip pin.
Select the gear ratio and lever setting desired and check the sowing rate as described. High shaft
speed and low lever setting will give more even sowing rate than low shaft speed and high lever
setting.
OPERATION OF MACHINE:
With the machine setup as described in 1-8 above you should be able to operate the machine and get good
results, The following points should aiso be noted.
(a) Sowing speed can be up to about 10 Km/hr depending on conditions.
(b) Operate the ram to raise the dragbars at the end of each run and do notiower them again until the turn
Is completed. Avoid tight turns when following contours with the dragbars lowered. THIS 18
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(0) Additionalweight or ballast may be required in hard ground conditions. This can be added as additional
saichel weights on the front of the machine or in the weignt tray under the footboard. The weight tray
wiiltake concrete posts or other heavy objects and the whole assembly is pivoted to provide clearance
when working over border dykes etc. To maintain balance of the machine some weight should he
added to both front and rear of the machine.
(0) insoftconditions where less spring pressure would be sufficient, the cuter springs can be permane ny
removed.
(e) Check regularly that al! discs are rotating. If not, clear the obstruction to prevent wearing flats on the
discs,
(fy ifirash biockages occur, clear the obstructing material and check that all discs are rotating properly
and no wire or foreign bodies are jamming the moving paris.
(g) ltthe row spacing becomes irregular after a time, check the dragbar pivot bolts for slackness. if too
loose, uniock the nut tabs, tighten the nuts and slacken slightly to allow the dragbar to pivot smoothly,
then re-lock the tabs,
(h) For approx 300mm (12) row spacing cover plates can be provided for the seed and fertiliser outlets
(see figures 9 and 10). If the machine is to be used contin ually at this or wider spacings, the dragbar
assembiies not being used can be removed.
(i) Surface broadcasting of fertiliser can be done by removing the rear hoses from the double disc
assembly and leaving them to hang loose.
(} Atrailed bar or chain harrow can be helpfuf in closing the cuts and covering them with any loose soil
available in some conditions,
(kK) Hthe cuts made by the discs are into completely dry soii, or wet soil where the cuts have hard glazed
faces which remain open, then we recommend postponing sowing until the soil condition is more
suitable.
MAINTENANCE
Tyre Pressure — nominally 220 Kpa (32 0.8.1)
Lubrication — by regular attention to the iollowing points you will minimise wear and tear. Use a pressure
grease gun on the following points daily: —
(a) 16 Trunniors for springbars
(b) 2 rocker shaft bearings
(с) 16 fertiliser shaft bearings
(d) 2 box end bushes and areameter gear, outside B.H. end plate.
(e) Gear and idler studs inside R.H. end plate.
(fy Hub Clutch.
The disc assemblies and wheel axies are greased for life.
The clutch fork and trip mechanism should be oiled reguiariy, The box lid and flap hinges also need
occasional oiling.
Gisaning — If the machine is not required for some time or at leasi once & week when in use, Ciean the
machine down thoroughly and give special attention to the disc assembiles and fertiliser box where
corrosion can be a problem, Remove the angled cover plates in the fertiliser box bottom and wash out
thoroughly oruse an old vacuum cleaner. Use the protective canvas cover supplied when the machine is not
in use,
CALIBRATION — SEED OR FERTILISER
Careful calibration is important particularly for small seeds. The feed mechanism should be adjusted
according to the required setting and the sowing rate can be checked by the following method: —
1. Put the drill into gear. |
2. Jack up the gear drive side (RH) of the driil so that the wheel turns freely.
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Put the seed or fertiliser io be used in correct box.
. Arrange to collect output from 13 outlets into clean containers (13 seeders = 6-6" — 2 metres).
Revolve road wheel 33 times to simulate 100 metres run.
. Weigh total output from 13 seeders.
. Multiply by 50 to give actual sowing rate per hectare. (1 hectare = 100 metres square.)
. Adjust lever or gears as desired.
The areameters on ali model 730 MKill machines record in hectares (1 hectare = 27 acres approx.)
The meter accuracy is subject to local ground conditions and method of sowing.
FITTING OPTIONAL EXTRAS:
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Small Seeds Box (Turnip and Rape Box) see fig 17.
This is a simple, moderately priced optional extra for sowing of small seeds separate from the main seed
hox which will give satisfactory results for many applications. It is fitted to the machine as follows: —
(a) Remove the two rubber grommets from the top holes in each end of the seed box.
(5) Bol on the two mounting brackets orovided with the sockets pointing up and forward.
(0) Mount the box by sliding the box stays into these sockets and tighten the screws.
(d) Screw the stud andiocknutinto the oùter hole of the areameter quadrant, then fit the gear with selected
sprocket and secure with washer and split pin.
(e) Line up the top sprocket and connect with No.25 Malieable Link chain.
(1) Use the shortest workable chain iengin by adding or removing links.
(g) The final chain tension adjustment may be made by slackening, adjusting and retightening the
setscrews holding the box mounts.
(п) Therubberseediubesiromine small seeds hox outlets should be connected onto the spouts fitted inic
tne top of each seed conductor top.
Pesticide Box see fig 15,
This is an optional extra for sowing granular pesticides and small seeds. li has ihe same seeder units as
the main seed box fitted to a small metal box with a capacity of approx 0hm? and driven at half the speed
of the main seed box.
The box is fitted as foliows:—
(a) Remove the two rubber grommets irom the top holes in each end of ihe seed box.
(b) Lift the box into place and bolt the end plates to the seed box using reinforcing plates inside the box.
(с) Fit the struts down to the machine end plates.
(d) Screw the stud and locknut into ihe end hole of the area-meter quadrant and fit the gear and 8 tooth
sprocket (16 tooth optional).
(e) Fit the No 25 Malieable link chain loop as short as possible and adjust the tensioner 10 suit.
(fy Fit the tubes and conductor tops io the seeders and spouts on the front side of the main seed box
conductor tops.
DEPTH GUIDE See Fig. 18.
A simple indicator device to show the position of the rocker bar or hydraulic ram. Normaily only required
where a depih stop ram is not being used and ram position must be set manually. Mount the bracket and
clamp plate in any position along the rocker bar. Tighten the bolts and check thatthe top of the bracket with
the arrow sticker justi clears the seed box as the ram is operated over its full range. Carefully apply the scale
sticker io the box face with the bottom edge just above the bendiine inthe box. When viewed from the tracior
seat, the arrow should overlap the leftside ofthe scale sticker so that its position up and down the scale can
be ciearly seen.
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DESCRIPTION:
Wheel rim complete with rings
Tyre 825" x 20" Traction Tread
Tube for 20'' wheel |
Axle assembly see figs 2 and 3
RH Endplate
Front Weightbar
Heavy Duty Jack Assembiy see fig. 4
RH Rocker post Assembiy
Drawbar Assembly
Castor wheel assembly (optional extra)
Hose support loop
Front bar assembly
LH Endplate
Rockershaft bearing
Rockershaft welded assembly 3" dia.
Trunnion bar
LH Third point member
Transport Stay & Hydraulic Ram see fig. 14
Footboard bar
Rear bar
Satchel Weight — optional
Wooden Footboard
LH Footboard bracket (not shown)
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Cenire footboard bracket (not shown)
Footboard stop (not shown)
RH Third Point Member
LH Rocker Post Assembly
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Taper Roller Bearing (small)
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Taper Roller Bearing (large)
Oil Seal
Hex. Hd. setscrew 1," UNF x 2" long
LH Axle
Axle Coliar
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Taper Wheel Nut 1h" UNF
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Hub Cap
Slotted hex. nut 3," UNF and flat washer %," dia.
Split pin g 3.2 x 40
Taper Roller Bearing (smaller)
RH Hub
Sa. Hd. setscrew 7" BSW x 1" long
Taper Rolier Bearings (larger)
Qil Seal
Hub Spring
Locking Tab
Axle collar
Clutch bearing
Clutch Sprocket
Thrust Washer
RH Axie
Pressed Thrust Washer
Grease nipple. 4 'BSF
Hub clutch
Hub spring washer
Hex, Hd. setscrew %'' UNF x 2 long
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Handle
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Hex. Hd. bolt 14 BS5W x 3," c/w nut & lock nut
inner casing
Jack Pivot (welded to frame fig. 1)
Jack Pin {part of item 2)
Spring Roll pin 7” dia. x 1%”
Jack complete with Skid (as shown less item 8)
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| 3 10019 30T, Change Gear — Fertilizer Drive
4 10181 21T. Change Gear — Seeder Drive |
Е 5 — Hex. Hd. bolt 3,” BSW x 1," ¢/w spring washer & nut
| | 6 14966 Fertilizer Gear Stud |
7 10008 7 día. Brass пы! LH Thread 8 Grease nipple. (not shown)
8 14006 Box Bearing
с 9 10163 Gear Guard rest pin
{ 10 14990 Areameter Quandrant
l 11 15062 Hectaremeter Assembly (less Areameter Gear) — see fig. 13
10328 Areameter Gear 13 tooth
= 12 14967 Seed Gear Stud
13 10146 Areameter nut |
14 11328 Transfer Gear Stud c/w Collar. %' BSW hex. nut, plain &
spring washers, & grease nipple. (not shown)
г 16 10185 Areameter Worm
17 10362 18 tooth worm drive gear
18 — CSK-Hd. screw 7” BSW x 1" c/w hex, nut 8 spring washer.
(not shown)
- 19 10145 Areameter stud
; 20 11317 Cluich arm — outer
; 21 10345 Clutch linkage bush
22 11085 Clutch Connecting Arm
. 23 — Hex. Hd. bolt %" BSW x 17" long c/w hex. nut, flat & spring
: washers :
| 25 — Hex. Hd. bolt 4," BSW x 1" long hex. nut & spring washer
26 10108 Clutch extension
Ш 27 10014 Clutch Fork
| 28 14952 Roller Chain Reynolds No. 180 581 — 21 pitches
: 29 — Sa. Hd. setscrew 4" BSW x 1" long
30 14969 Chain idier Stud c/w hex. nut 5" BSW spring washer, fiat
ВИ washer & grease nipple 1,” BSF Coe B
; 31 10137 Chain idler Roller |
o 32 10018 Transfer Gear
33 — 4" dia. washer & o 5 x 40 split pin
N 34 — % dia. washer & spring clip
35 10152 Compound Gear 32/172 teeth
36 10152 Compound Gear 32/12 teeth
© 37 11124 Fertilizer Banana Bracket
; 38 15006 Fertilizer shaft washer
Do 39 — # 3.2 x 40 split pin
| 40 10339 Nylon Bush
Ш я, 11099 Clutch Arm Stop
4 —
GEARS ETC. FIG. 5
Hex. Hd. bolt 3," BSW x 1%,” long with nut & washer
Hefer to sowing chart for alternative gears
| 16398 SUS JOE
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FIG. 6 HECTAREMETER
| ‘ ILLUSTRATION PAR
NO: NO: DESCRIPTION:
1 14437 Areameter stand
2 10328 Areameter Gear 13 tooth
3 — Socket Hd. setscrew 4 BSW x 1” long
4 10267 Counter Shaft
5 — Rd. Hd. m/c screw 3, BSW x 2" long c/w hex. nut & spring
washer
6 10266 Cover plate
7 15097 4 arm rotor
8 15089 Label “Hectares”
9 10396 — E.N.M. meter
10 — « ; Lever for item 9
11 — -— Rd. Hd. m/c screw 14” BSW x %' long c/w hex. nut & lock ,
" washer
| 15062 Complete hectaremeter assembly (as shown less item 2)
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ILLUSTRATION
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CLUTCH TRIP ASSEMBLY FIG. 7
BART
NO:
10345
—
11121
16344
11285
11332
11087
10339
11240
DESCRIPTION:
Clutch Linkage Bush
Flat washer 3," dia.
Hex. Hd. bolt 3%,” BSW x 1%” long
Clutch Linkage Cotlar
Sd. Hd. setscrew 3%,” BSW x V''long
Clutch Spring No. 44
Trunnion Holder
Clutch Linkage
Clutch Shaft
Nylon Bush
Clutch Shaft Collar
Spring washer 3," dia,
Hex. nut 3," BSW
21
22
31
34 33 46 32
35
er rate =,
SEED & FERTILIZER BOXES & CONTROLS ETC FIG. 8
ILLUSTRATION
NO:
C> O1 со N —
PART
NO:
14440
10485
10479
14991
14992
14442
14441
DESCRIPTION:
Lid Hinge pin (brass)
Fertilizer Box Lid — 16 Run
Seed Box Lid — 16 Run
Lid spring assembly for fertilizer box (Longer springbar)
Lid spring assembly for seed box (Shorter springbar)
Rubber body plug
Rubber bung
SEED & FERTILISER BOXES & CONTROLS ETC. — FIG. 6 CONT
ILLUSTRATION
NO:
43
44
45
46
47
PART
NO:
14896
10471
10143
10166
10107
14433
10140
10141
14475
10297
13843
14096
——
14432
10280
10134
10180
10135
10167
14893
10470
14913
10030
10250
15050
14968
DESCRIPTION:
Fertilizer Box 16 Run — c/w bottom & spouts
Fertilizer Box 16 Run — bare box only
Fertilizer control quadrant
Rd. Hd. m/c screw 1,” BSW x 3," long with 2 hex. locknuts
Locking plate for item 7
Backing plate for item 10 (not shown)
Hex, Hd. bolt 3," BSW X 1" long with hex. nut & spring
washer
Hinge for Fertilizer Box
Backing plate he thick (inside box) (not shown)
Packing plate 4" thick (not shown)
Packing plate He thick (not shown)
Hex. Hd. bolt 3," BSW x 1" long with hex. nut & spring
washer
White Plastic Knob 232
Hinge pin for fertilizer box c/w nut & spring washer
Hex. Hd. bolt 3; BSW x 8," long with spring washer
Wing nut 3,” BSW c/w fiat washer
Fertilizer regulator handle
Fertilizer regulator handle end
Hex, Hd. belt ¥,"" BEW x ¥,’" long with hex. nut & spring
washer
Hex. nut M12
Carriage bolt 34" BSW x 1" long
Seed adjusting lever
Bearing — spherical o/d ball race with lock collar
Hex. nut 1," BSW c/w spring 6 flat washers »
Pivot Bush |
Hex. Hd. bolt 74” BSW x 11,” long
Hex. Hd. bolt 3" BSW x 3,’ long with hex. nut & spring.
washer
Backing plate (inside box each end) {not shown)
End piates. See fig.
Scale & Seed Quadrant
Backing piate for item 36
Hex. Hd. bolt 3,” BSW x 1" long with hex. nut & spring
washer
Seed box 16 Run — ¢/w seeders, shaft eic,
Seed box 16 Run — bare box only
Seed box bottom plate
Seeder unit. See fig. 9 |
Rd. Hd. m/c screw he” BSW x Ea long c/w pressed hex. nut
& spring washer
Fertilizer unit. See fig. 10
Fertilizer cover plate — 16 coulter
Seed shaft collar
Canvas cover
23
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NO:
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PAR
NO:
14922
10004
10028
595%
4453
14477
14560
10177
10002
10261
10260
10005
14620
10259
15090
10297
14915
10607
11325
SEEDER UNIT FIG. 9
DESCRIPTION:
Seeder Casting — Black Nyion 6
Serrated Washer — Nylon
Retaining Clip
СП. На. т/с screw 4, BSWXx%" long c/w lock washer
Fluted Roller — Nylon
Spring Roll Pin 5%,” día. x 1%"
Seeder Collar — Nylon
Seed Shaft
Flap Shaft
Seeder Flap
Sa. Hd. setscrew Y,” BSW x %" long
Hex., Hd. setscrew %, BSW x 1" long c/w spring washer
Flap Handie Clamp
Flap Handle
Nylon Barrel
Seeder Spacer — Black Nyion 6
Wing nut 4, * BSW
Quadrant Clin
Quadrant (supersedes 10258)
7 35Wx 1" Rd. Hd. screw
White Plastic Knob 2832
Blanking Plate — optional
44189 44% Seed Conductor Funnel
32 NB Convolute Rubber Tube
Seed Conductor Funnel & Tube assembly
No petroleum solvents or
paint to be applied to
seeder units because of
possible chemical reaction
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14911
14912
10159
10013
14466
15099
15098
17092
10957
14604
14159
14156
14157
10126
10961
14615
10399
10607
14567
14951
11326
10157
14454
FERTILIZER UNIT FIG. 10
DESCRIPTION:
Shutter Shaft (1283mm long)
Shutter Shaft (1156 long)
Shutter Shaft Clip
Deflector Block
Standard Star D16
Thin Star D14 (not shown) — optional
Wire Star D252 (not shown) — optional
Special Star D16M (not shown) — optional
Csk. Hd. m/c screw Y” BSW x 3" c/w nut á spring washer
Fertiiizer Box Bottom {With spouts)
Bevel Wheel Bearing. Nyion
Z5 Bevel Wheel. Nyion
Bevel pinion. Nylon
Pillar Bearing. Nyion
Grease Nipple 1," BSF
Fertilizer Shaft
Fertilizer conductor spout
Blank off plate (optional)
Hex, Hd. bolt 3, BSW x 17” ¢/w nut & spring washer
Fertilizer conductor funnel
32NB Convolute Rubber Tube
Rd. Hd. m/c screw %” BSW x 1%" c/w nut
Stone Guard —
Fertilizer spring clip
Fertilizer Conducior Funnel & Tube Assembly
Shutter shaft connecior
Sq. Hd. setscrew 5," BSW x 1," long
Fertilizer Star Locking Pin
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DRAGBAR AND COULTER ASSEMBLY ETC FIG. 11
ILLUSTRATION PART
NO:
11364
11365
т 1325
11394
11393
11389
11388
11392.
11391
11398
11501
11502
11130
11057
11131
11290
11146
111456
11059
11310
11293
——
DESCRIPTION:
Front Disc assembly — see fig. 12
Hex. Hd, bolt i," BSW x 1%" c/w spring washer
Double Disc Assembly — see fig. 13
Hex. Hd. bolt 1," BSW x 3” ¢/w nut & spring washer
Scraper
Hex. Hd. bolt 3" BEW x 3," ¢/w flat & spring washer
Cray Clip No. 42
Seed Conductor Funnel & Tube assembly — see fig, 9
Fertilizer Conductor Funnel & Tube assembly — see fig. 10
Long Dragbar Spacer
Short Dragbar Spacer
Hex. Hd bolt ¥,"” BSW x 3'" c/w nut & spring washer
Seed Deflector
Front Guard
Long Dragbar Arm
Short Dragbar Arm
Special Dragbar Pivot Bolt
Lock Plate
Hex, nut 1,” UNF
Front Bar assembly — see fig, 1
1 Lock Nut, 1 Full Nut % BSW
Spring Bar Spacer
Spring Bar Trunnion
Spring Spacer & Cap
spring Bar (threaded)
inner Spring No. 45
Outer Spring No. 40
Spring Cap
Hex. Hd. bolt 4," BSW x 1%" c/w nut á spring washer
Trunnion Bar — see fig. 1
Rocker Shaft — see fig. 1 |
Hex. Hd. bolt 3," BSW x 1" S/W spring washer
item 4. Bolts to be fitted in direction shown
Bolt heads on LH side on long dragbar
Bolt heads on RH side on short dragbar
Fit long dragbar af the extreme left of machine then alternate finishing with a short dragbar at
the extreme right of machine.
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ILLUSTRATION
NO:
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FRONT DISC ASSEMBLY FIG. 12
PART
NO: DESCRIPTION:
11359 Axle Bolt |
11384 Front Disc Mount Piate
11358 __ Dust Cover , 7 |
13852 ¡7524 —— V-RimgSeal /€// SN
11357 Outer Bearing Spacer
11354 Bearing Housing
11351 Bearing
11356 — Centre Bearing Spacer
11353 12%" Plain Disc — Standard
11514 - 12%" Fluted Disc — Optional
— Hex. Hd. boli 3," BSW x %" c/w Hex. nut & spring washer
— | Fiat Washer 3,"
— Spring Washer #,”
— A753 Hex. nut ¥," BSW
11364 Front Disc Assembly complete
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PART
NO:
11361
11362
11355
11351
„44360
11353 _
4185217525
11350
11363
11365
11520
11521
{SC ASSEMBLY FIG. 13
DESCRIPTION:
Hub cap
Axle Bolt, Left hand thread
Bearing Housing ;
Bearing nes 1747
Seal face ring rm NE 7427
12%” dia. Plain Disc
V-Ring Seal
Hex. Hd. bolt 3," BSW х 3%” long c/w hex. nut & spring
washer
Cast Coulter Body (see fig. 11)
Axle Bolt. Right hand thread |
Double Disc Assembly compiete
One disc assembly LH complete with bearings, seals etc.
One disc assembly RH complete with bearings, seals etc.
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|| ILLUSTRATION PART
' NO: NO: DESCRIPTION:
| * 16859 Hydraulic ram 8" stroke x 3%," dia.
#2 — Depth stop (supplied with ram)
; *3 — Ram pin (supplied with ram)
о “4 16875 8'-0" Hydraulic hose
| 5 11295 Transport stay
| 6 14861 Transport stay pin
7 — Grip clip
| “only supplied if specifically ordered with machine.
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35
For details of seeder Г
controls etc. see Fig. 8.
For details of seeders
and flap controls
see Fig. 9. | |
36
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PESTICIDE BOX FIG. 15
(SUPPLIED ONLY AS OPTIONAL EXTRA)
PART
NO:
14586
14585
14865
14621
14006
10372
14625
14839
15257
15275
15284
14838
13997
15258
15262
15255
15256
14832
14833
14842
17094
15011
14616
14842
10167
14440
17102
DESCRIPTION:
Lid 8-0"
Box 8-0"
Reinforcing piate
End plate RH
Bearing
Gearwheel 231
Support bracket
Spacer. |
Gearwheel 12T
Chain wheel 20T
Chain whee! 24T (Option)
Spacer
Hex. Hd. bolt I," BSW x 6" long & 2 hex. nuts
Chain No. 25 Malleable Link
Chain wheel 8T
Chain wheel 18T OPTIONAL
Flat washer %,” dia. and split pin 2 3,2 x 25
Drive Gear stud
Grease nippie '' BSF
Spacer
Roller Axie c/w hex. nut 3,” BSW 8 2 fiat washers
Roller
Staybar RH for 730 Multiseeder
Rubber tube, specify length
Conductor spout
Endpiate W/A
Staybar LH for 730 Multiseeder
Backing plate (inside seed box)
Hex. Hd. bolt 3%” BSW x 11,"
Hex. Hd. bolt 3,” BSW x 114,"
Hinge pin ¢/w locking screw
Sight glass
Lid buffers
NOTE: 1976 model boxes differed in box shape, lid etc,
37
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PART
NO;
10495
10496
10407
10404
10405
10406
10519
10401
14982
10295
10286
10285
10293
10294
14981
DESCRIPTION:
30T Gear with trip roller
21T Gear with trip rolier
Rolier (part of item 1)
Rubber bung
Stop bracket (use with 30T Gear)
Stop bracket (use with 21T Gear)
Spring bracket
Spring
Trip lever
Sq. Hd. setscrew 1," BSW x *%” long
Bearing RH
Hex, Hd. screw 3," BSW x %,” long ¢/w hex. nut & spring
washer
Shaft collar:
Sq. Hd. setscrew 3%, BSWXx 4" long
Agitator fingers
Agitator Shaft
Middle bearing plate
Hex. Hd. screw Y,” BSW х ¥," long c/w hex. nut & spring
washer
Divider bearing plate
Bearing plate LH
Grease nipple ¥,'' BSF
39
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Seed Box
40
TURNIP AND RAPE SEED BOX AND EQUIPMENT FIG. 17
|| SUPPLIED ONLY AS OPTIONAL EXTRA
ILLUSTRATION PART
NO: NO: DESCRIPTION:
1 15293 T & R Box Lid — 16 Run
2 11127 LH Support Bracket
11128 RH Support Bracket |
3 Sq. Hd. setscrew %,," BSW x 15" tong -
4 Hex, Hd. boli 3," BSW x 1" long ¢/w nut & spring washer
5 15245 RH Bearing Bracket “
= 15246 LH Bearing Bracket |
| | 6 Rd. Hd. machine screw Y” BSW x 1%” tong c/w hex. nut á
= | flat washer
7 End plate. See fig. 1 |
8 13997 Chain. No. 25 Malleable Link (15243 steel chain)
9 See fig. 5 illustration 10
10 Hex. nut 1” BSW
11 15256 Spacer
с 12 Grease Nipple 1 BSF
; 13 15257 12 tooth drive gear to mesh with fig. 5 item 17
‘ 14 8g. Hd. setscrew 3%," BSW x 3," long
15 15262 Chain Sprocket 16 tooth
E 16 15255 Drive gear stud
17 Fiat washer %'' dia. & split pin g 3.2 x 25
| 18 15266 Spiit bush
19 15258 Chain sprocket 8 tooth )
so 15259 Chain sprocket 10 tooth)
| 15260 Chain sprocket 12 tooth)
| 15261 Chain sprocket 14 tooth) Alternatives
15262 Chain sprocket 16 tooth)
а 15263 Chain sprocket 18 tooth)
M 15275 Chain sprocket 20 tooth)
Do 20 15250 Bevel Drive Pinion
21 | Rd. Hd. machine screw Y¥,” BSW Xx %' long
22 15242 730 Conductor Tube (710mm long)
23 15289 Seeder unit
24 15242 730 Conductor Tube (710mm long)
25 15281 Drive shaft 3%" dia. — 16 Run
В 26 15251 Bearing
; 27 Rd. Hd. wood-screw No, 10 x 1" long
| 28 15290 Box. Timber construction — 16 Run
29 16280 Turnip Brush Spring
; 30 14003 Brush
| 31 15271 Retaining collar
Do 32 11129 Backing Plate
33 — Csk. Hd. wood screw No. 6 x 3%," iong
34 — Rd. Hd. wood screw No. 10 x 1," long
35 11222 Weather strip — 16 Run
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ILLUSTRATION PART
NO: NO:
14379
14378
14866
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14867
Kitset ready for fitting: Part No. 14868
Kitset ready for fitting: Part No. 14868
DESCRIPTION:
Scale sticker
Arrow sticker
Depth Guide Bracket
Hex. Hd, bolt 14” BSW x 4" long with hex. nuts & spring
washers
Clamp Plate
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FERTILISER SOWING CHARTS
FOR 702 SEEDLINER OR 730 MULT! SEEDER
SPECIAL STAR (D.16 M) APPROXIMATE SOWING RATES
14 LOBE PART No. 17092 IN KILOGRAMS PER HECTARE
DRIVE GEARS & POSITION FLOWMASTER SUPER.
COMPOUND SQ. SHAFT i 2 3 4 5 6 7
32T TOP 127 TOP 447 | 514 | 582 | 685 | 789 | 852 | 935
32T TOP 217 TOP 254 | 293 | 332 [391 | 451 | 492 | 534
16T BACK 21T BACK 127 | 146 | 165 | 195 | 225 | 246 | 266
16T BACK 23T BACK 116 33 151 178 205 224 243
12T BACK 217 BACK 95 | 109 | 124 1145 [| 167 | 183 | 199
12T BACK 23T BACK 86 99 | 112 |133 | 153 | 187 | 162
121 BACK 28T BACK 71 81 92 1109 | 126 | 13 150
12T BACK 30T BACK 66 76 86 | 102 ; 118 128 | 139
DRIVE GEARS & POSITION a NITROGEN SUPER.
COMPOUND SO. SHAFT 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
32T TOP 12 T TOP 436 503 571 700 831 903 976
32T TOP 21T TOP 249 | 287 | 326 | 407 | 474 1 536 | 566
16T BACK 217 BACK 124 | 143 17162 [199 [237 | 957 | 376
16T BACK 237 BACK 113 | 130 | 148 | 182 | 217 | 235 | 254
12T BACK 21T BACK 92 | 107 | 121 1149 | 176 | 192 | 208
121 BACK 231 BACK 84 98 111 136 161 175 190
121 BACK 281 BACK 69 80 G1 112 133 144 156
127 BACK 30T BACK 65 71 84 104 124 134 145
DRIVE GEARS & POSITION D.A.P. GRANULATED
COMPOUND SG. SHAFT 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
32T TOP 127 TOP 467 544 | 622 | 737 851 965 | 1080
32T TOP 21 T TOP 266 ati 356 42 486 551 516
161 BACK 211 BACK 133 155 177 210 243 275 307
1801 BACK 23 T BACK 121 141 162 192 222 251 281
12T BACK 21T BACK 99 116 132 156 181 205 229
127 BACK 231 BACK 90 105 121 143 165 187 209
12T BACK 28T BACK 74 86 99 1117 [136 | 153 | 17?
12T BACK 30T BACK 69 81 92 | 110 | 127 | 144 161
DRIVE GEARS & POSITION
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121 BACK
121 TOP
211 TOP
211 BACK
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FERTILISER SOWING CHARTS
FOR 702 SEEDLINER OR 730 MULTI SEEDER
THIN STAR (D.14)
APPROXIMATE SOWING RATES
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10 LOBES PART No. 15099 IN KILOGRAMS PER HECTARE
DRIVE GEARS & POSITION FLOWMASTER SUPER.
COMPOUND SQ. SHAFT 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
327 TOP 12T TOP 342 357 446 | 586 726 820 914
327 TOP 21T TOP 195 225 254 | 335 | 416 469 522
167 BACK 21T BACK 97 112 127 187 | 207 234 260
167 BACK 237 BACK 89 102 116 153 189 214 238
127 BACK 21T BACK 72 83 95 124 154 174 194
127 BACK 23T BACK 66 76 86 | 113 141 118 177
12T BACK 28T BACK 55 63 71 93 116 131 146
127 BACK 307 BACK 51 58 66 87 108 129 156
DRIVE GEARS & POSITION NITROGEN SUPER.
COMPOUND SQ. SHAFT 1 2 3 4 5 6 |] 7
32T TOP 12T TOP 311 379 446 ¡586 | 726 831 935
32T TOP 217 TOP 477 216 | 254 133 416 474 | 534
16T BACK 21T BACK 89 107 127 167 | 207 237 266
18T BACK 237 BACK 81 98 116 | 153 188 | 216 243
127 BACK 21T BACK 56 80 95 124 154 176 199
127 BACK 23T BACK 60 73 86 113 141 161 182
12T BACK 28T BACK 49 60 71 93 116 133 150
127 BACK 30T BACK 46 56 66 87 108 124 139
DRIVE GEARS & POSITION D.A.P. GRANULATED
COMPOUND SQ. SHAFT 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
32T TOP 12T TOP 394 461 529 648 768 893 | 1018
32T TOP 21T TOP 225 263 302 1370 | 439 510 582
167 BACK 217 BACK 112 131 150 185 219 254 290
16T BACK 23T BACK 102 120 | 138 169 200 232 265
12T BACK 21T BACK 83 98 112 138 163 190 217
12T BACK 23T BACK 76 39 102 125 149 173 197
12T BACK 28T BACK 63 73 84 103 122 142 162
12T BACK 30T BACK 58 68 78 96 114 | 133 152
DRIVE GEARS & POSITION _ _
COMPOUND SQ. SHAFT i 1 2 [3 14715 6 | 7
32T TOP 12T TOP |
321 TOP 211 TOP
16T BACK 21T BACK
167 BACK 23T BACK
12T BACK 21T BACK a
127 BACH 23T BACK
12T BACK 28T BACK | Po
127 BACK _ 307 BACK | шо о A
12 WIRE PEGS PART No. 15098 IN KILOGRAMS PER HECTARE
DRIVE GEARS & POSITION FLOWMASTER SUPER.
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327 TOP 12T TOP 446 | 519 | 613 | 706 | 784 | 862
16T BACK 23T BACK 115 | 135 | 159 | 184
12T BA 217 BACK 11 1
12T BACK 23T 86 | 101 | 118
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32T TOP 127 TOP 685
321 T 21 3
167 BACK 217 BACK 195
16T BAC 23T BACK 178
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12T BAC 28T BACK 109
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DRIVE GEARS & POSITION D.A.P, GRANULATED
COMPOUND SQ. SHAFT 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
327 TOP 12T TOP 436 | 492 | 550 | 643 | 737 | 841 | 945
321 TOP 217 TOP 249 | 281 | 314 | 367 | 421 | 480 | 540
16T BACK 217 BACK 124 | 140 | 156 | 183 | 210 | 240 | 269
16T BACK 23T BACK 113 | 128 | 143 | 167 | 192 | 219 | 246
127 BACK 21T BACK 92 | 104 | 117 | 186 | 156 | 179 | 201
|12T BACK 23T BACK 84 | 95 | 107 | 124 | 143 | 163 | 183
12T BACK 28T BACK 69 | 78 | 87 |102 | 118 | 134 | 150
12T BACK 30T BACK 65 | 73 | 81 | 95 | 110 | 125 [141
DRIVE GEARS & POSITION UREA
COMPOUND SQ. SHAFT 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
32T TOP 12T TOP 312 | 379 | 447 | 566 | 686 | 800 | 915
32T TOP 21T TOP 178 | 216 | 255 | 324 | 392 | 457 | 522
16T BACK 21T BACK 89 | 108 | 127 |"162 | 196 | 208 | 261
167 BACK 23T BACK 81 | 99 | 116 | 148 | 179 | 208 | 238
12T BACK 217 BACK 75 | 92 | 108 | 137 | 166 | 193 | 21
127 BACK 23T BACK 60 | 74 | 87 | 110 | 134 | 156 | 178
121 BACK 287 BACK 50 | 61 [| 72 | of | 110 | 128 1147
121 BACK 30T BACK 47 | 57 | 67 | 85 | 103 | 120 | 137.
FERTILISER SOWING CHARTS
FOR 702 SEEDLINER OR 730 MULTI SEEDER
WIRE STAR (D.252)
APPROXIMATE SOWING RATES
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DRIVE GEARS & POSITION
D.A.P, GRANULATED
COMPOUND SQ. SHAFT То 2 3 4 5 6 7
321 TOP 1217 TOP 509 586 664 768 872 966 | 1059
321 TOP 211 TOP 290 335 379 472 498 551 605
167 BACK 217 BACK 144 167 189 218 249 275 301
167 BACK 231 BACK 132 152 173 199 277 251 276
121 BACK - 21T BACK 108 124 141 163 185 205 225
121 BACK 23T BACK 98 113 129 149 169 187 205
121 BACK 281 BACK 81 93 106 122 139 154 169
12T BACK 307 BACK 75 86 98 114 130 144 158
DRIVE GEARS & POSITION
321 TOP
321 TOP
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121 BA
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217 TOP
217 BACK
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211 BACK
231 BAC
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702 SEED
AND 730
LINER
VIULTI-SEEDER
SMALL SEED BOX
Approximate Seed Sowing Quantities in Kilograms /Hectare (6 inch rows) (1 50mm)
CHOU WHITE WHITE
SEED RAPE MOELLIER {TURNIPS | TIMOTHY CLOVER CLOVER
DRILL
DRIVE SEED BOX POSITION OF BRUSHES
SPROCKETISPROCKET
UP UP DOWN UP DOWN UP
8 tooth 18 tooth 1.7 1.0 3 1.5 5 4.2
8 tooth 16 tooth 1.9 1.2 ‚4 1.8 6 4.6
8 tooth 14 tooth 2.0 1.3 4 2.0 6 5,1
8 tooth 12 tooth 2.1 1.5 5 2.3 7 5.9
8 tooth 10 tooth 2.3 1.7 6 2.7 ‚8 6.7
8 tooth 8 tooth 2.7 1.9 7 3.2 1.1 8.3
10 tooth 18 tooth 2.1 1.3 A 1.8 И 59
10 tooth 16 tooth 2.2 1.4 5 2.0 ‚В 6.7
10 tooth 14 tooth 2.5 1.6 6 2.2 1.1 8.5
10 tooth 12 tooth 2.7 1.7 B 2.4 1.2 9.3
10 tooth 8 tooth 3.8 2.4 1.2 3.5 1.3 11.0
12 tooth 18 tooth 1.9 1.3 5 1.9 ‚9 7.6
12 tooth 16 tooth 2.4 1.5 6 2,0 1.1 8.5
12 tooth 14 tooth 2.7 1.8 7 2.5 1.3 10.1
12 tooth 10 tooth 3.2 2.1 ‚9 2.9 1.6 12.6
12 tooth 8 tooth 3.6 2.5 1.2 3.5 1.9 —
14 tooth 18 tooth 2.5 1.7 5 2.3 1.1 —
14 tooth 16 tooth 2.8 2,0 6 2.6 1.3 —
14 tooth. 12 tooth 3.6 2.4 8 3.4 1.7 13.5
14 tooth 10 tooth 4.4 3.3 1.3 3.7 2.1 —
14 tooth 8 tooth 5.4 3.6 1.6 3.9 2.5 —
16 tooth 18 tooth 2.6 1.9 6 3.2 1.3 10.1
16 tooth 14 tooth 3.3 2.3 8 3.4 1.6 —
16 tooth 12 tooth 3.7 2.6 ‚9 3.5 1.9 —
16 tooth 10 tooth 4.2 3.3 1.2 4.0 2.2 —
18 tooth 8 tooth 5.8 3.8 1.5 4.6 2.7 —
18 tooth 16 tooth 3.6 2.3 7 3.2 1.4 11.8
18 tooth 14 tooth 3.7 2.6 9 3.9 2.1 16.9
18 tooth 12 tooth 41 3.0 1.0 4.2 2.5 20.2
18 tooth 10 tooth 4.6 3.5 1.2 4.6 2.9 —
18 tooth 8 tooth 5.9 3 4.3 1.4 51 3.2 —
Brushes UP with turnip seed will sow just over 4 times as much as with brushes DOWN.
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PESTICIDE BOX SOWING CHART:
for 702 Seedliners and 730 Multi-seeders (825 x 20 tyres).
(a) Pesficide Granules
The tables below give sowing rates in Kilogrammes per Hectare as a guide to operators. The figures
are from tests done by NZAEL, Lincoin and ourselves. For your own safety we recommend that you do
your own check calibration (same method as for the main boxes). This is very important where the
wrong sowing rate for toxic pesticides could have harmful effects.
STANDARD OPTIONAL
FLUTED ROLL 8x20 CHAIN DRIVE 16x20 CHAIN DRIVE
LEVER SETTING MEGSITE SORBIE MEGSITE SORBIE
1 1.6 3.2
2 2.9 5.7
3 4.3 7.6 8.6 15.3
4 5.5 10.3 11.0 20.6
5 6.9 12.1 13.9 24.2
6 8.4 13.9 16.9 27.8
7 9.8 19.7
8 11,0 22.0
9 12.2 24.4
10 13.3 26.6
17 14.7 29,4
12 15.9 31.8
14 18.5 37.0
16 21.2 42.5
MEGSITE GRANULES FROM IVON WATKINS DOW LTD
SORBIE GRANULES FROM FRUITGROWERS CHEMICAL CO.
1.C.|. GRANULAR BASE AS FOR SORBIE.
NOTE: SOME GRANULAR PESTICIDES ARE EXTREMELY ABRASIVE AND THOROUGH CLEANING OF
THE BOX IS RECOMMENDED AFTER THEIR USE.
(b) Small Seeds
The seeders in this box are the same as in the main box and the speed of seeder rotation is as follows: —
8x20 STANDARD CHAIN DRIVE — % MAIN BOX SPEED
16x20 OPTIONAL CHAIN DRIVE — SAME AS MAIN BOX.
(WHEN MAIN BOX HAS 30 TOOTH DRIVE GEAR). |
Therefore the sowing rates can be deduced from the sowing chart for the main box — Le.
8 x 20 STANDARD CHAIN DRIVE — у, MAIN BOX RATE
16 x 20 OPTIONAL CHAIN DRIVE — SAME AS A MAIN BOX
(WHEN MAIN BOX HAS 30T DRIVE GEAR).
At the lower apaead with 8x25 chain drive, the desired sowing vate may no? be found from the sowing
Shari and having the rate, The (Glowing will give a guide and (or other seeds and [or accurale sowing
your own calibration by the standard method should be used.
The seeder flaps should be used closed, but may be opened to emply oul surplus seed as described
for the main box,
DO NOT CLOSE SEEDER FLAPS WITH SEED IN THE SEEDERS.
RAPE Kg/Ha flaps closed 8x20 chain drive
Quadrant: Я 1% 2 21% 3 3% 4
Rate: ‚65 1.25 2.0 2.5 3.0 3.5 4,0
LUCERNE Kg/Ha flaps closed 8x20 chain drive
Quadrant: 4 5 6 7 | 8 9
Rate: 7.5 9.0 10,5 12 13,5 15
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