2-TON HYDRAULIC ENGINE CRANE OWNER`S MANUAL

2-TON HYDRAULIC ENGINE CRANE OWNER`S MANUAL
2-TON HYDRAULIC ENGINE CRANE
OWNER’S MANUAL
WARNING:
Read carefully and understand all ASSEMBLY AND OPERATION
INSTRUCTIONS before operating. Failure to follow the safety rules and other
basic safety precautions may result in serious personal injury.
Item# 46219
Thank you very much for choosing a Strongway product! For future reference, please complete the
owner’s record below:
Model: _______________
Purchase Date: _______________
Save the receipt, warranty and these instructions. It is important that you read the entire manual to
become familiar with this product before you begin using it.
This machine is designed for certain applications only. The distributor cannot be responsible for
issues arising from modification. We strongly recommend this machine not be modified and/or used
for any application other than that for which it was designed. If you have any questions relative to a
particular application, DO NOT use the machine until you have first contacted the distributor to
determine if it can or should be performed on the product.
For technical questions please call 1-800-222-5381.
INTENDED USE
This Hydraulic Engine Crane is specially designed to raise, lower and transport engines, differentials,
transmissions, and other heavy loads with minimal effort. Tested for reliability and safety to meet
ASME PALD standards.
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Item
Lifting Capacity Position 1(P1)
Lifting Capacity Position 2(P2)
Lifting Capacity Position 3(P3)
Lifting Capacity Position 4(P4)
Max. Lifting Height Min. Jib ext(H1)
Max. Lifting Height Min. Jib ext(H2)
Length of Jib Position 1(L1)
Length of Jib Position 2(L2)
Length of Jib Position 3(L3)
Length of Jib Position 4(L4)
Height of Frame(A)
Length of Frame (B)
Overall Height(C)
Width of Frame Max(D).
Distance Between Center of Rear Wheel(E)
Description
0.5 Ton
1 Ton
1.5 Ton
2 Ton
70-1/16 inch
82-5/8 inch
35-7/16inch
42-1/8 inch
48-13/16 inch
55-1/2 inch
7-5/16 inch
63-3/8 inch
51-9/16 inch
38-9/16 inch
29-1/2 inch
(SEE IMAGE ON NEXT PAGE FOR COMPLETE SPECIFICATION LAYOUT)
Safe Operating Temperature is between 40°F – 105°F (4°C - 41°C)
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS LAYOUT
GENERAL SAFETY RULES
WARNING: Read and understand all instructions. Failure to follow all instructions listed
below may result in serious injury.
CAUTION: Do not allow persons to operate or assemble this Hydraulic Engine Crane
until they have read this manual and have developed a thorough understanding of how the
Hydraulic Engine Crane works.
WARNING: The warnings, cautions, and instructions discussed in this instruction
manual cannot cover all possible conditions or situations that could occur. It must be
understood by the operator that common sense and caution are factors that cannot be built into this
product, but must be supplied by the operator.
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SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
IMPORTANT SAFETY CONSIDERATIONS
HYDRAULIC ENGINE CRANE USE AND CARE
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Do not modify the Hydraulic Engine Crane in any way. Unauthorized modification may impair
the function and/or safety and could affect the life of the equipment. There are specific
applications for which the Hydraulic Engine Crane was designed.

Always check of damaged or worn out parts before using the Hydraulic Engine Crane.
Broken parts will affect the Hydraulic Engine Crane operation. Replace or repair damaged or
worn parts immediately.

Store idle Hydraulic Engine Crane. When Hydraulic Engine Crane is not in use, store it in a
secure place out of the reach of children. Inspect it for good working condition prior to storage
and before re-use.
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Not for use by children or people with reduced mental capacity.
Do not use under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
Ensure children and other bystanders are kept at a safe distance when using crane.
INSPECTION
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Inspect the crane carefully before each use. Ensure the crane is not damaged, excessively worn,
or missing parts.
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Do not use the crane unless it is properly lubricated.
Using a crane that is not in good clean working condition or properly lubricated may cause
serious injury.
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Inspect the work area before each use. Make sure it is free and clear of any potential hazards.
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* Position the Crane
Position the crane to only lift on the areas of the vehicle as specified by the vehicle manufacturer.
* Do Not Overload Crane
Do not overload this crane beyond its rated capacity. Overloading this crane beyond its rated
capacity can cause damage to or failure of the crane.
* Always Use on Hard Level Surfaces
This crane is designed only for use on hard level surfaces capable of sustaining the load. Use on
unstable or other possible loss of load.
* Chock and Block (Stabilize)
-Apply parking brake in vehicle before operating crane.
-A chock is a wedge for steadying an object and holding it motionless, or for preventing the
movement of a wheel
Chock the wheel opposite the end being lifted.
* Center Load before lifting.
Off-center loads and loads lifted when the crane is not level can cause loss of load or damage to the
crane.
*Do not raise or lower the vehicle unless tools, materials and people are clear.
When the lift is being lowered, make sure everyone is standing at least six feet away. Be sure there
are no tools or equipment left under or around the crane before lowering.
* Always lower the Crane slowly.
* DO NOT USE THE CRANE TO SUPPORT OR STABILIZE A LOAD.
Using the crane to support or stabilize a load may result in unexpected movement and result in
serious injury, being crushed and death. Always securely chock and block (stabilize) the load to be
lifted. Never place any part of the body under a raised load without properly chocking and supporting
the load.
* Wear ANSI-approved safety glasses and heavy duty work gloves during use.
* Do not adjust the safety valve.
* Stay alert. Use caution and common sense when operating crane. Do not use a crane when
tired, incoherent, dizzy, under the use or drugs or alcohol.
Training
-Read this manual before use. Do not allow anyone who has not read this manual, and/or does not
understand the requirements, use the crane.
Spectators
-Do not allow bystanders around the crane or under the load supported only by the crane. -Do not
allow anyone in the vehicle while the crane is in use. Keep all bystanders away from vehicle when in
use.
Inspection
-Inspect the crane carefully before each use. Ensure the crane is not damaged, excessively worn, or
missing parts. -Do not use the crane unless it is properly lubricated. -Using a crane that is not in good
clean working condition or properly lubricated may cause serious injury.
Additional Notes:
Save the receipt, warranty and these instructions.
Do not modify the crane in any way. Unauthorized modification may impair the function and/or
safety and could affect the life of the equipment. There are specific applications for which the crane
was designed.
Always check for damaged or worn out parts before using the crane. Broken parts will affect the
equipment operation. Replace or repair damaged or worn parts immediately.
When crane is not in use, store it in a secure place out of the reach of children. Inspect it for good
working condition prior to storage and before re-use.
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ASSEMBLY
STEP 1.
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Fasten the two larger rear caster wheels (No.33) on the Base structure with Bolts (No.30),
washers (No.24) and nuts (No.31.) (Face bolts up when installing.)
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Fasten the smaller two caster wheels (No.32) on the Base structure with Bolts (No.29), washers
(No.24). (Face bolts up when installing.)
STEP 2. Fasten the remaining larger two caster wheels (No.33) on the front legs (No.2) with bolts
(30), washers (No.24) and nuts (No.31.
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STEP 3. Slide the legs (No.2) into front of the base (No.1).
STEP 4. Fasten the guide plates (No.35), to the base frame (No.1) and front legs (No.2) with bolts
(No.18), washers (No.22) and nuts (No.25). Lift one side of the base to align the hole on the frame to
the hole on each front leg (No.2), then insert the Ring Pins (No.28) into the hole, and insert the
Cotter-Pin (No.36) into the hole of the Ring Pins.
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STEP 5. Use Bolts (No.29) and Washers (No.24) to fasten the Handle (No.34) to the Post (No.9).
STEP 6. Use two Bolts (No.14), washers (No.21) and Nuts (No.27) to connect the bottom of the Post
(No.9) to the Base Frame (No.1).
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STEP 7. Use two Bolts (No.17), Washers (No.23) and Nuts (No.26) to connect the lower ends of the
Supports (No.5) to the inside of the base (No.1). Then use Bolt (No.15), Washer (No.23) and Nut
(No.26) to connect the top ends of the Supports to the post (No.9),check to make sure the nuts were
tightened,and tighten the nuts in step 6.
STEP 8. Use Bolt (No.10), Washer (No.19) and Nut (No.25) to attach the Boom (No.3) to the top of
the Post (No.9) ,tighten Nut (No.25) so that the boom (No.3)can rotate freely, do not over tightened
boom needs to be able to rotate freely.
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STEP 9. Use Bolt (No.12), Washer (No.20) and Nut (No.26) to fasten the lower end of the Long Ram
(No.6) to the Post (No.9). Then use Bolt (No.13), Washer (No.20) and Nut (No.26) to fasten the top of
the Long Ram to the Boom (No.3).
STEP 10. Slide the Boom Extension (No.4) into the Boom (No.3) and use Bolt (No.11), Washer
(No.20) and Nut (No.26) to secure at the desired load rating. Use Bolt (No.16), Washer (No.21)
and Nut (No.27) to attach the Hook and Chain (No.8) to the end of the Boom Extension.
(The boom has four different load ratings; select desired rating before use.)
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SYSTEM AIR PURGE PROCEDURE
IMPORTANT: BEFORE FIRST USE
Before initial use and over time it is possible that air will enter the hydraulic system, causing poor
lifting performance. Perform the following Air Purge Procedure to remove any air that may have been
introduced into the hydraulic system as a result of product shipment and handling. This step is to be
completed without any weight on the crane.
1. Turn release valve counterclockwise on full turn to the open position.
2. Rapidly pump the handle 6-8 times. Leave handle in down position to expose oil fill plug.
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4. With a flat blade screwdriver, push the oil fill plug slightly to the side to purge trapped air from
system. (Use caution not to tear or puncture the oil plug.)
5. Turn release valve clockwise to the closed position.
6. Crane is now ready for use. Check for proper pump action.
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
BEFORE USE
1. Before using this product, read the owner's manual completely and familiarize yourself
thoroughly with the product and the hazards associated with its improper use.
2. Perform the air purge procedure. (See previous instructions for system purge procedure.)
3. Check and that the pump operates smoothly before putting into service.
4. Inspect before each use. Do not use if bent, broken or cracked components are noted.
IMPORTANT: It is possible for air to enter the hydraulic system, causing poor lifting performance.
Purge any air from the system by fully opening the release valve (turn handle counterclockwise as
shown). Then while holding the boom down, operate pump handle rapidly several times.
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HYDRAULIC OPERATION
1. Familiarize yourself with the crane
2. Attach the handle piece, making sure to align with lowering valve, turn CLOCKWISE until tight.
3. Line up the handle to the handle socket located on the side of the long ram, then insert the
handle inside the handle socket.
4. Secure the handle in place inside the handle socket. Without any on the crane. Cycle the lift up
and down several times to insure the hydraulic system is operating properly. (Perform to the Air
Purge Procedure before first use.)
WARNING: THIS LONG RAM IS DESIGNED FOR LIFTING PURPOSES ONLY, NOT FOR
SUPPORTING LOADS. DO NOT LOAD BEYOND ITS RATED CAPACITY.
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RAISING THE CRANE
1. Block the vehicle’s wheels for lifting stability. Secure the load to prevent inadvertent shifting and
movement
2. Position the crane near desired lift point.
3. Set the Parking Brake in the vehicle.
4. Close the release valve by turning it clockwise until it is firmly closed.
5. Before raising the load double check and verify the load is centered and also has full contact with
the lifting point.
6. Pump handle to lift load. Continue to pump the long ram handle to raise the load to the desired
height. After lifting, support the load appropriately.
CAUTION: NEVER WIRE, CLAMP OR OTHERWISE DISABLE THE LIFT CONTROL
VALVE TO FUCTION BY ANY MEANS OTHER THAN BY USING THE OPERATOR'S HAND. USE
THE HANDLE PROVIDED WITH THIS PRODUCT OR AN AUTHORIZED REPLACEMENGT
HANDLE TO ENSURE PROPER RELEASE VAVLE OPERATION. DO NOT USE EXTENSIONS ON
ANY AIR HOSE OR ON THE OPERATING HANDLE.
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LOWERING THE CRANE
1. Raise load high enough to allow for clearance.
2. Grasp the handle firmly with both hands. Securely hold on to the long ram handle so your hands
do not slip and ensure the release valve does not rapidly lower.
3. Carefully open the Release Valve by slowly turning the handle counterclockwise. (Do not allow
bystanders around the crane or under the load when lowering the crane.
4. After removing crane from the load, lower to lowest resting position to reduce exposure to rust
and contamination.
WARNING: USE EXTREME CAUTION WHEN LOWERING THE CRANE. THE LONG
RAM HANDLE MAY TURN RAPIDLY. OPENING THE RELEASE VALVE TOO FAST CAN CAUSE
THE CRANE TO LOWER RAPIDLY. FAILURE TO HEAD THESE WARNINGS COULD CAUSE
SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH.
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MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
If you use and maintain your equipment properly, it will give you many years of service. Follow the
maintenance instructions carefully to keep your equipment in good working condition. Never perform
any maintenance on the equipment while it is under a load.
Inspection
You should inspect the product for damage, wear, broken or missing parts (e.g.: pins) and that all
components function before each use. Follow lubrication and storage instructions for optimum
product performance.
Binding
If the product binds while under a load, use equipment with equal or a larger load capacity to lower
the load safely to the ground. After un-binding; clean, lubricate and test that equipment is working
properly. Rusty components, dirt, or worn parts can be causes of binding Clean and lubricate the
equipment as indicated in the lubrication section. Test the equipment by lifting without a load. If the
binding continues contact Customer Service.
Cleaning
If the moving parts of the equipment are obstructed, use cleaning solvent or another good degreaser
to clean the equipment. Remove any existing rust, with a penetrating lubricant.
Lubrication
This equipment will not operate safely without proper lubrication. Using the equipment without proper
lubrication will result in poor performance and damage to the equipment. Some parts in this
equipment are not self-lubricating inspect the equipment before use and lubricate when necessary.
After cleaning, lubricate the equipment using light penetrating oil, lubricating spray.
-Use a good lubricant on all moving parts.
-For light duty applications, use lubrication once a month.
-For heavy and constant application, weekly lubrication is recommended.
-NEVER USE SANDPAPER OR ABRASIVE MATERIAL ON THESE SURFACES!
Rust Prevention:
-Check rams and pump plungers on the power unit assemblies daily for any signs of rust or
corrosion.
Without a load, lift the equipment as high as it goes and look under and behind the lifting points. If
signs of rust are visible, clean as needed.
How the Long Ram Operates
With release valve closed, an upward stroke of the long ram handle draws oil from the reservoir tank
into the plunger cavity. Hydraulic pressure holds the valve closed, which keeps the oil in the plunger
cavity. A downward stroke of the long ram handle releases oil into the cylinder, which forces the ram
out. This raises the hydraulic ram. When the ram reaches maximum extension, oil is bypassed back
into the reservoir to prevent an over extended ram stroke and possible damage to the long ram.
Opening the release valve allows oil to flow back into reservoir. This releases hydraulic pressure on
the ram, which results in lowering the hydraulic ram.
Storing the Crane
1. Lower the Lifting Arm.
2. Place the handle in the upright position.
3. Store in a dry location, recommended indoors.
Note: If the crane is stored outdoors, be sure to lubricate all parts before and after use to ensure
the crane stays in good working condition.
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TO ADD OIL:
1. Open the Release Valve by slowly turning
the handle counterclockwise and lower ram
to it’s lowest position.
3. With long ram in the vertical position Fill the
oil case until oil level is just beneath the
lower rim of the oil fill hole.
2. Remove the oil plug.
4. Replace oil plug.
5. Perform the Air Purge Procedure.
*SEE ASSEMBLY IMAGE FOR OIL RESEVOIR
LOCATION.
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TO REPLACE OIL:
1. Open the Release Valve by slowly turning the handle counterclockwise and lower ram to it’s
lowest position.
2. Unscrew and remove bolts and nuts as show in image below and remove the long ram (No.6).
Remove the long ram (6).
Note: Use caution when removing long ram.
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3. Remove the oil fill plug.
4. Turn the long ram on its side to drain old oil from the oil fill hole.
5. Position the long on level ground in the vertical position and keep hydraulic ram in the lowered
position.
6. Fill the oil case until oil level is just beneath the lower rim.
KEEP DIRT AND OTHER MATERIAL CLEAR WHEN POURING.
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7. Replace oil plug.
8. Re-Install long ram (6) into frame.
(See Step 2 and 3.)
9. Tighten Hardware Removed.
10. Perform the Air Purge Procedure.
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ADDITIONAL WARNINGS:
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DO NOT USE MOTOR OIL IN THE CRANE.
ONLY USE ANTI-FOAMING JACK OIL.
ALWAYS USE A GOOD GRADE HYDRAULIC JACK OIL.
DO NOT USE HYDRAULIC BRAKE FLUID, ALCOHOL, GLYCERINE, DETERGENT, MOTOR
OIL OR DIRTY OIL.
USE OF A NON-RECOMMENDED FLUID CAN CAUSE DAMAGE TO A CRANE.
AVOID MIXING DIFFERENT TYPES OF FLUID AND NEVER USE BRAKE FLUID, TURBINE
OIL, TRANSMISSION FLUID, MOTOR OIL OR GLYCERIN. IMPROPER FLUID CAN CAUSE
PREMATURE FAILURE OF THE CRANE AND THE POTENTIAL FOR SUDDEN AND
IMMEDIATE LOSS OF LOAD.
DISPOSE OF HYDRAULIC FLUID IN ACCORDANCE WITH LOCAL REGULATIONS.
ADDITIONAL LUBRICATION:
1. Periodically check the pump piston and ram for signs of rust or corrosion. Clean as needed and
wipe with an oil cloth. NEVER USE SANDPAPER OR ABRASIVE MATERIAL ON THESE
SURFACES!
2. When not in use, store the Crane with pump piston and ram fully retracted.
TROUBLESHOOTING
WILL
NOT
LIFT
LOAD
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
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WILL
NOT
HOLD
LOAD





WILL
NOT
LOWER
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
  
  
POOR
LIFTING
WILL NOT
LIFT TO FULL
EXTENSION
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

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

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CAUSES AND SOLUTIONS
Release valve is not completely closed
(Turn handle clockwise).
Weight Capacity Exceeded.
Air is in the hydraulics.
Purge air from system.
Low oil level. Add oil as required.
Oil reservoir is overfilled:
Drain excessive oil.
Lubricate moving parts.
Long Ram is binding or foreign obstruction
Power unit malfunctioning.
Replace the power unit.
ASSEMBLY DIAGRAM
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ASSEMBLY PARTS LIST
Index #
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Description
Base frame
Front leg
Boom
Boom extension
Support strap
Hydraulic ram
Pump handle
Hook chain
Main chain assembly
Bolt M18x110
Bolt M16x90
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Bolt M16x75(8.8)
Bolt M14x100
Bolt M16x110
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
Part No.
T32002X.1
T32002X.4
T32002X.3
T32002X-3
T32002X-2
T30506X.0
QYL5-23
T32002.5
T32002X.2
GB5780
GB5780
GB5782
Bolt M16x90(8.8)
Bolt M14x75(8.8)
Bolt M16x110
Bolt M18x120
Washer18
Washer16
Washer14
Spring washer 18
Spring washer16
Spring washer 8
Nut 18
Nut 18
Nut 18
Frame pin W/Hair pin clip
Bolt M8x12
Bolt M8x20
Nut 8
Swivel caster3“
Swivel caster 3-1/2“
Handle
Guide plate
Cotter-Pin
24
Qty.
1
2
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
GB5782
1
GB5780
GB5780
GB5782
2
1
1
GB5780
GB5780
GB95
GB95
GB95
GB93
GB93
GB93
GB6170
GB6170
GB6170
T32002.2
GB5780
GB5780
GB6170
T32002.7
T32002.6
T32002C.8
T32002X-1
T32002-1
2
2
1
3
3
2
3
28
3
6
3
2
12
16
16
2
4
1
4
2
HYDRAULIC LONG RAM ASSEMBLY DIAGRAM
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HYDRAULIC LONG RAM PARTS LIST
Index #
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
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Description
Ram
Wire ring
Ram
Split washer
Y-Ring
Wire ring
Cylinder
Copper Washer
Tube
Ball
Copper Washer
Pump Cylinder
Seal Ring
O-Ring
Back up Ring
Plunger
Pin
R-Ring
Handle Socket
Handle
O-Ring
Top Nut
Sealing Gasket
Oil Tank
Oil Plug
Seal Ring
Release Spindle
O-Ring
Safety Cap
Plug Screw
O-Ring
Spring
Part No.
T30506X-01
T30506-06
T30506-05
T30506-09
T30506-10
T30506-11
T30506X-03
QYL5D-12
T90403-35
GB308
QYL8-13
QYL8-10
QYL8-09
QYL8-28
QYL8-27
QYL8-26
QYL8-19
QLQD2B-3
QYL8-22B
QYL5-23
GB3452.1
T30506X-02
T90803-03
T30506X-04
TF1201C-29
T90803-15a
QYL8-25A
QLQ2.1-17
T91004-39
T91004-38
QLQD2.1-14
QLQD2A.2-18
Qty.
33
Spring Base
QLQD2A.2-16
1
34
35
Ball
Valve Block
GB308
T30506X-05
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Safe Operating Temperature is between 40°F – 105°F (4°C - 41°C)
REPLACEMENT PARTS
For replacement parts Customer Service at 1-800-222-5381. Not all equipment components are
available for replacement; illustrations provided are a convenient reference of location and position in
the assembly sequence. When ordering parts the following will be required: Model Number, Serial
Number and Description.
The distributor reserves the rights to make design changes and or improvements to product
lines and manuals without notice.
For replacement parts and technical questions, please call 1-800-222-5381.
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Limited Warranty
Limited Warranty
Northern Tool and Equipment Company, Inc. ("We'' or '"Us'') warrants to the original purchaser only
("You'' or “Your”) that the Strongway product purchased will be free from material defects in both
materials and workmanship, normal wear and tear excepted, for a period of one year from date of
purchase. The foregoing warranty is valid only if the installation and use of the product is strictly in
accordance with product instructions. There are no other warranties, express or implied, including
the warranty of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose. If the product does not comply with
this limited warranty, Your sole and exclusive remedy is that We will, at our sole option and within a
commercially reasonable time, either replace the product without charge to You or refund the
purchase price (less shipping). This limited warranty is not transferable.
Limitations on the Warranty
This limited warranty does not cover: (a) normal wear and tear; (b) damage through abuse, neglect,
misuse, or as a result of any accident or in any other manner; (c) damage from misapplication,
overloading, or improper installation; (d) improper maintenance and repair; and (e) product alteration
in any manner by anyone other than Us, with the sole exception of alterations made pursuant to
product instructions and in a workmanlike manner.
Obligations of Purchaser
You must retain Your product purchase receipt to verify date of purchase and that You are the
original purchaser. To make a warranty claim, contact Us at 1-800-222-5381, identify the product by
make and model number, and follow the claim instructions that will be provided. The product and the
purchase receipt must be provided to Us in order to process Your warranty claim. Any returned
product that is replaced or refunded by Us becomes our property. You will be responsible for return
shipping costs or costs related to Your return visit to a retail store.
Remedy Limits
Product replacement or a refund of the purchase price is Your sole remedy under this limited
warranty or any other warranty related to the product. We shall not be liable for: service or labor
charges or damage to Your trailer incurred in removing or replacing the product; any damages,
including, without limitation, damages to tangible personal property or personal injury, related to Your
improper use, installation, or maintenance of the product; or any indirect, incidental or consequential
damages of any kind for any reason.
Assumption of Risk
You acknowledge and agree that any use of the product for any purpose other than the specified
use(s) stated in the product instructions is at Your own risk.
Governing Law
This limited warranty gives You specific legal rights, and You also may have other rights, which vary
from state to state. Some states do not allow limitations or exclusions on implied warranties or
incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitations may not apply to You. This limited
warranty is governed by the laws of the State of Minnesota, without regard to rules pertaining to
conflicts of law. The state courts located in Dakota County, Minnesota shall have exclusive
jurisdiction for any disputes relating to this warranty.
Distributed by
Northern Tool + Equipment Co., Inc.
Burnsville, Minnesota 55306
NorthernTool.com
Made in China
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