Round Bale Carrier OperatOr and parts Manual 1450 02/04/13

Round Bale Carrier OperatOr and parts Manual 1450 02/04/13
Operator and Parts Manual
Round Bale Carrier
1450
02/04/13
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Table of Contents - 1450 Round Bale Carrier
Table of Contents
General Specifications.................................................................................................................6
Introduction..................................................................................................................................7
Safety.............................................................................................................................................8
• Safety.................................................................................................................................8
• General Safety...................................................................................................................9
• Start-up Safety..................................................................................................................9
• Operation Safety...............................................................................................................9
• Transport Safety..............................................................................................................10
• Service and Maintenance Safety...................................................................................10
• Storage Safety.................................................................................................................10
• Safety Signs....................................................................................................................10
• Safety Sign Installation..................................................................................................10
Assembly.....................................................................................................................................13
• Tandem Axle Assembly Installation..............................................................................13
• Brace Weldment Installation..........................................................................................13
• Tail Light Assembly.........................................................................................................13
• Bale Retainer Weldment.................................................................................................14
• Fixed Loading Arm..........................................................................................................14
• RPU Assembly.................................................................................................................15
• Hydraulic Assembly........................................................................................................16
• Electrical Assembly.........................................................................................................16
Start-up.......................................................................................................................................17
• Pre-operation Checklist...................................................................................................17
Operation....................................................................................................................................18
• Attaching Bale Carrier to Tractor....................................................................................18
• Optional Clevis Hitch......................................................................................................18
• Attaching Bale Carrier Controls to Tractor.....................................................................18
• Carrier Control Operation...............................................................................................19
• Loading Bales..................................................................................................................19
• Optional Bale Stop..........................................................................................................20
• Bale Pusher Operation....................................................................................................20
• Transporting Bale Carrier...............................................................................................21
• Unloading........................................................................................................................21
• Full Indicator....................................................................................................................22
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Maintenance...............................................................................................................................23
• Fasteners.........................................................................................................................23
• Hydraulic System............................................................................................................23
• Chain................................................................................................................................23
• Wheel/Tires.....................................................................................................................24
• Pivot Point Lubrication...................................................................................................24
• Roller Chain Lubrication.................................................................................................24
• Carrier Beam Lubrication...............................................................................................24
• Storage............................................................................................................................25
Bolt Torque..................................................................................................................................26
• Checking Bolt Torque......................................................................................................26
Parts Drawings............................................................................................................................28
• Electrical Drawing (Prior ro S/N BM1450R13000001 & BM1450S13000033).............28
• Electrical Drawing (S/N BM1450R13000001 & BM1450S13000033 and later)...........29
• Control Handle Assembly Drawing and Parts List.......................................................30
• Valve bank Assembly Drawing and Parts List...............................................................31
• Manifold Service Parts Drawing and Parts List............................................................32
• Manifold Drawing...........................................................................................................33
• Hydraulic Return Line Assembly Drawing and Parts List............................................34
• Hydraulic Pressure Line Assembly Drawing and Parts List.........................................35
• Carrier Tilt Cylinders Hydraulic 3/8 Line Drawing and Parts List.................................36
• Carrier Tilt Cylinder Assembly Drawing and Parts List................................................37
• Carrier Bundled Assembly Drawing..............................................................................28
• Carrier Bundled Assembly Parts List.............................................................................29
• Carrier Hydraulic Assembly Drawing - Standard Configuration.................................30
• Carrier Hydraulic Parts List - Standard Configuration.................................................31
• Fixed Pick Up Cylinder Assembly Drawing and Parts List...........................................38
• Pusher Motor Assembly Drawing and Parts List..........................................................39
• Carrier Hydraulic Assembly Drawing and Parts List....................................................40
• Carrier Hydraulic Assembly Hardware Drawing and Parts List...................................41
• Carrier Bundled Assembly Drawing and Parts List......................................................42
• Tail Light Assembly Drawing and Parts List..................................................................44
• Carrier Final Assembly Drawing and Parts List............................................................46
• Carrier Initial Assembly Drawing and Parts List...........................................................48
• Complete Tandem Axle Assembly Drawing and Parts List..........................................50
• Tire Assembly Drawing and Parts List..........................................................................51
• Tandem Axle Assembly Drawing and Parts List...........................................................52
• Hub Assembly Drawing and Parts List..........................................................................53
• Pusher Assembly Drawing and Parts List.....................................................................54
• Bale Stop Bundle Drawing and Parts List.....................................................................55
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Roller/Chain Guide Assembly Drawing and Parts List.................................................56
Fixed Pick Up Arm Hydraulic Assembly Drawing and Parts List.................................57
Fixed Pick Up Arm with Deflector RH Side Assembly Drawing and Parts List...........58
RPU Squeeze Cylinder Drawing and Parts List.............................................................60
RPU Lift Cylinder Drawing and Parts List......................................................................61
RPU Rotate Cylinder Drawing and Parts List................................................................62
RPU RH Side Assembly Drawing and Parts List - Optional.........................................64
Hydraulic RPU Assembly Drawing and Parts List - Optional.......................................66
RPU Schematic................................................................................................................67
Optional Adjustable Bale Stop Assembly Drawing and Parts List..............................68
Optional Clevis Hitch Assembly Drawing and Parts List..............................................69
Standard Hitch Assembly Drawing and Parts List........................................................70
Delivery Checklist.......................................................................................................................71
• Pre-delivery.....................................................................................................................71
• Customer Delivery..........................................................................................................71
Warranty......................................................................................................................................72
Manufacturer’s Statement: for technical reasons Buhler Industries Inc. reserves the right to modify
machinery design and specifications provided herein without any preliminary notice.
Information provided herein is of descriptive nature. Performance quality may depend on soil fertility,
applied agricultural techniques, weather conditions and other factors.
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General Specifications - 1450 Round Bale Carrier
General Specifications
Dimensions
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Length: 44' (13.4 m)
Deck length: 37' (11.3 m)
Width: 8'6" (2.6 m)
Weight (empty): 5495 lb (2498 kg)
Drawbar vertical load (empty): 1365 lbf (6071 n)
GVW: 18720 lb (8491 kg)
Capacity
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Total bale payload: 13225 lb (6000 kg)
Bales 6' (1.8 m) diameter maximum to 4' (1.2 m) diameter minimum
Hay crop, stover, small grains, and flax straw
Eight 4' (1.2 m) wide bales
Seven 5' (1.52 m) wide bales
Tires
• 4-12.5 L x 15 Fl - 12 ply, Load Range F, Farm Hwy Service Tire
• 6 bolt heavy-duty hubs with twine guards
• Walking beam axle design
Control Handle
• Power: 12v
• Fuse: 15 amp (surge protection provided on machine)
Hydraulics
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Two remote tractor hydraulics circuits required for operation
Operates with either closed-center ot open-center/load sensing hydraulics
Hydraulic system selectable by rocker switch
One Lift cylinder with restrictor
One Tilt cylinder with restrictor
Two 22.2" cu. (363.79 cu cm) hydraulic motors
Tractor
• Size: 60 hp (45kW) recommended
• Weight: As per ASAE specification ASAE S365.4 the tractor must weight 12480 lb (5660 kg) to
adequately handle a GVW of 18720 lb (8491 kg)
• Maximum loaded towing speed 20 mph (32 km/h)
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Introduction - 1450 Round Bale Carrier
Introduction
This manual has been provided as information regarding the specifications, safe operation and
maintenance of your agricultural 1450 Bale Carrier. Read and understand this manual and the
tractor manual prior to operating to obtain the best use of operating your 1450 bale carrier.
Your new bale carrier is designed to retrieve, transport, and unload a wide range of round bales.
Sizes that can be accommodated range from 4’ (1.2 m) diameter to 6’ (1.8 m) diameter in a variety
of hay and stover crops as well as small grain and flax straw.
Keep this manual handy for frequent reference. All new operators or owners must review the
manual before using the equipment and at least annually thereafter. Contact your Farm King
Dealer if you need assistance, information, or additional copies of the manual. Visit our website at
www.buhlerindustries.com for a complete list of dealers in your area.
The directions left, right, front and rear, as mentioned throughout this manual, are as seen facing
in the direction of travel of the implement.
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Safety - 1450 Round Bale Carrier
Safety
Safety Instructions
Remember, YOU are the key to safety. Good safety practices not only protect you, but also the
people around you. Make these practices a working part of your safety program. Be certain that
everyone operating this equipment is familiar with the recommended operating and maintenance
procedures and follows all the safety precautions. Most accidents can be prevented. Do not risk
injury or death by ignoring good safety practices.
The alert symbol is used throughout this manual. It indicates attention is required and identifies
hazards. Follow the recommended precautions.
The safety alert symbol means…
ATTENTION! BECOME ALERT! YOUR SAFETY IS INVOLVED!
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Caution
The caution symbol 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.
Warning
The Warning Symbol 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.
Danger
The Danger Symbol 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 that, for functional purposes,
cannot be guarded.
Safety - 1450 Round Bale Carrier
General Safety Instructions
• Have a first-aid kit available for use and know how to use it.
• Have a fire extinguisher available, stored in a highly visible location, and know how to use it.
• Wear appropriate protective gear. This list may include but is not limited to:
-- hard hat
-- protective shoes with slip resistant soles
-- protective glasses or goggles
-- heavy gloves
-- wet weather gear
-- hearing protection
-- respirator or filter mask
• Read and understand the Operator’s Manual and all safety signs before operating, servicing,
adjusting, repairing, or unplugging the equipment.
• Do not attempt any unauthorized modifications to your Farm King product as this could
affect function or safety, and could affect the life of the equipment.
• Inspect and clean the working area before operating.
• Keep hands, feet, clothing, and hair away from moving parts.
• Ensure bystanders are clear of the area before operating.
Start-up Safety
• Do not let inexperienced operators or children run this equipment.
• Place all tractor and machine controls in neutral before starting.
• Ensure all shields are in place and in good condition before operating.
Operation Safety
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Do not permit riders.
Do not wear loose fitting clothing during operation.
Do not load bales of sizes not out lined in the specifications section.
Never operate with frayed or damaged hoses or leaking fittings.
If for some reason you feel the tractor tipping immediately lower lift arm.
Do not raise lift arm to extreme heights while tractor is on an incline. Be alert for terrain
changes and adjust accordingly.
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Safety - 1450 Round Bale Carrier
Transport Safety
• Review Transport Safety instructions in tractor manual before moving.
• Check with local authorities regarding transport on public roads. Obey all applicable laws
and regulations.
• Make sure the SMV (Slow Moving Vehicle) emblem and all the lights and reflectors that are
required by the local highway and transport authorities are in place, are clean, and can be
seen clearly by all overtaking and oncoming traffic.
• Do not overload the GVW of 18720 lb (8491 kg) and when loaded keep the speed below 20
mph (32 km/h).
• Allow for bale carrier and tractor length when turning.
• Never have the equipment in operation during transport
• Always travel at a safe speed.
Service and Maintenance Safety
• Stop engine, set brake, remove ignition key, and wait for all moving parts to stop before
servicing, adjusting, repairing, or unplugging.
• Follow good shop practices including:
-- keep service area clean and dry
-- be sure electrical outlets and tools are properly grounded
-- use adequate light for the job.
• Do not attempt to clear any blockage or reach into the bale carrier with your arm or leg
unless the tractor engine is stopped.
• Never work beneath a raised lift arm unless it is securely supported.
• Use only tools, jacks, and hoists of sufficient capacity for the job.
• Replace and secure all shields removed during servicing before operating.
• Use heavy leather gloves to handle sharp objects.
Storage Safety
• Store the unit in an area away from human activity.
• Do not permit children to play on or around the stored machine.
• Cover sharp or extending components to prevent injury from accidental contact.
Safety Signs
• The following illustration shows the approximate location and detail of safety signs.
• Keep all safety signs clean and legible and replace any that are damaged or missing.
• When original parts are replaced, any safety signs affixed to those parts should be replaced
as well. Replacement safety signs are available from your local dealer.
Installation
• To install safety signs, ensure 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 and align over the specified area. Carefully press in place.
• Slowly peel back the remaining paper and smooth the remaining portion in place. Small air
pockets can be pierced with a pin and smoothed out.
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FRONT CROSSMEMBER
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BALE LIFT ARM
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FRONT STOP
BALE FORK
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JACK
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VALVE BANK
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PUSHER
BALE STOP
BALE FORK WITH DEFLECTOR
SECOND CROSSMEMBER
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CARRIER BEAM
SLOW MOVING VEHICLE
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Safety - 1450 Round Bale Carrier
Parts List - Decals
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Item
Part Number
Description
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813624
Caution - Keep all shields in place...
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813625
Important - Running pusher past amber reflector...
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21867
Grease Daily
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813626
Caution - Safety chain must be secured and locked...
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813627
Warning - Moving part hazard...
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813632
Warning - Pinching hazard...
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813633
Important - Maximum recommended tire inflation...
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813635
Warning - High-pressure fluid hazard
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Important - Gross vehicle weight rating...
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813637
Danger - Bale lift arm can cause serious injury...
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813636
Danger - Bale lift arm can cause serious pinching...
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815004
Farm King
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815002
1450
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813952
Bale carrier snubber (prior to S/N BM1450R000001
& S/N BM1450S13000033)
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967053
Red reflective
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967055
Yellow reflective
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813628
Amber reflective
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105420
Serial number
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A7017-00
SMV sign
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SZ000560
Attention - Hitch Bolts Torqued
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Assembly - 1450 Round Bale Carrier
Assembly
Caution
Make sure area is clear of obstructions, well lit, and has sufficient
room for safe assembly. Do not work underneath raised assembly.
CAUTION
Ensure the carrier's tires and hitch are securely blocked.
Otherwise, verify the carrier is properly coupled to the drawbar on
a tractor with a minimum of 12480 lb (5660 kg).
Tandem Axle Assembly Installation
(Refer to Carrier Bundled Assembly Drawing)
• Raise the main assembly to a maximum of three feet to insert the tandem axle assembly
(A2400-14) on both sides. Make sure that the assembly is securely held in place. Support
assembly with the appropriate rated stands for the load.
• Insert the tandem axle assembly on to the axle beam (815319).
• Insert the tandem axle locator (C8005-00) between the tandem axle assembly bushings,
continue to insert the axle assembly.
• Insert nut (984077) and set screw (813547) into the locator.
• Install tires.
• Torque all fasteners to the torque specifications listed in the bolt torque section of this
manual.
• Lubricate axle and hubs; refer to lubrication section for details.
• Recheck all bolt torques after first use.
Brace Weldment Installation
(Refer to Carrier Bundled Assembly Drawing)
• The carrier has six braces that need to be installed on the undercarriage of the main
assembly.
• All fasteners require a flat washer and a lock nut.
• Loosely assemble and fasten all braces.
• Torque all hardware to the required torque specifications listed on the maintenance section
of this manual.
Tail Light Assembly
(Refer to Carrier Bundled Assembly Drawing)
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Remove and inspect all required hardware from parts box.
Mount lights using fasteners supplied.
Connect the taillight wiring harnesses to their appropriate connections.
Connect main lighting plug to tractor.
Test by verifying correct lamps illuminate when signalling and braking.
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Assembly - 1450 Round Bale Carrier
Bale Retainer Weldment
• Remove the hardware from parts box and transfer on to bale retainer weldment. Place the
weldment on the matching bolt holes in the position shown in Carrier Bundled Assembly
drawing. Torque the provided hardware to the specifications listed on the bolt chart.
Fixed Loading Arm with Bale Deflector
CAUTION
Stay clear of the arm when testing a finished assembly. Ensure
during assembly to keep your entire body out from underneath
parts that are being attached to the main frame.
• Remove lift arm pivot pins that are installed on the carrier.
• Thoroughly lubricate all pins involved in the assembly with SAE
multi purpose grease.
• Align arm to pivots with open end of arm facing forward
and reinstall pins with hardware provided and torque to
specifications called for in the bolt chart.
• Remove the lift cylinder pin from the arm.
• Align the lift cylinder rod and reinstall the pin.
• Adjust the outside bale fork to be positioned at the end of the lift arm. Adjust the center to
center distance between the outer and inner fork per the table below. Fine tune this adjust as
required for optimum performance.
- 6 foot dia. bales - 48" center distance
- 5 foot dia. bales - 44" center distance
- 4 foot dia. bales - 38" center distance
• Recheck all hardware so that every bolted connection on the lift arm is torqued according to
the specifications of the bolt chart.
• Approach the bale and inspect to ensure the spacing of the forks is accurate.
• For first operation, cycle the lift arm slowly with a bale and inspect just before lifting bale
from ground.
• Finish the cycle and observe how the bale transits from the forks to the carrier beam. If
transition is smooth with minimum bale binding, assembly is completed. If not, adjust the
forks to a different location and try until loading is smooth.
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RPU Assembly
• Remove lift cylinder and install pilot check assembly.
• Reinstall cylinder at base end only.
• Lubricate all pins involved in RPU attachment with a SAE
multi purpose grease.
• Align arm to pivots with open end of arm facing away
from the carrier and reinstall pins with hardware provided
and torque to specifications called for in the bolt chart.
• Remove the lift cylinder pin from the RPU arm.
• Align the lift cylinder rod and reinstall the pin.
• Adjust the outside bale fork to be positioned at the
end of the lift arm and the inner bale fork 6" (15 cm)
to 8" (20 cm) bigger than the size of bale that is being
loaded.
• Install the hydraulics according to the hydraulic
assembly. Hose clamp is available to attach hoses to bottom of chain rail.
• Recheck all hardware so that every bolted and hydraulic connection on the lift arm is torqued
according to the specifications of the torque charts.
• The RPU cycle should begin with a squeeze action, then lift and rotate. After rotation is
complete the lift continues until the bale is above the carrier beams.
• Release lift arm up when bale is above the carrier beam. Depress lift arm down to release the
bale and return to ground level ready for the next bale.
• For the first operation, cycle the lift arm slowly with the bale and observe the RPU operation.
• Approach the bale slowly; once the bale is captured in the forks press the lift switch. The bale
is squeezed until the pressure in the sequence valve, which is preset at 1800 psi (12400 kpa),
has been achieved.
• If bale is not held in between the forks increase the sequence valve pressure by turning the
setscrew clockwise. Refer to the RPU rotate cylinder drawing for adjustment location of the
setscrew. Verify that the fork spacing is accurate and refer to the drawing on this page for
fork adjustments.
• The lift and rotate sequence won’t begin until the clamp pressure is met within the sequence
valve.
• When the clamp pressure is met, the lifting action should start before the rotating action to
minimize bale damage from the moving ground.
• To increase lift prior to rotate turn the restrictor knob clockwise. Refer to the RPU rotate
cylinder drawing for more information.
• Continue to raise the bale until it is positioned above the carrier beam.
• To release the bale, depress lift arm down.
• Finish the cycle and observe how the bale transits from the forks to the carrier beam. If
transition is smooth with minimum bale binding, assembly is completed. If not, adjust the
forks to a different location and try until loading is smooth.
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Hydraulic Assembly
NOTE: Seal kits and service parts are only listed in the parts lists and are not indicated on the
illustrations.
Electrical Assembly
WARNING
Read and understand the safety messages listed in the bale
carrier operator manual. Shut off all power to unit before
inspecting, servicing, adjusting or repairing the bale carrier.
Prior to S/N BM1450R13000001 & S/N BM1450S13000033
Warning
For proper operation of the snubber, power must be supplied
to the RED power wire from the control handle. Ensure that there
is a 15-amp fuse in place to protect this circuit. Verify prior to
installing snubber. Incorrect wiring will result in electrical failure.
NOTE: The snubber unit is designed to protect the momentary control switches. The snubber
minimizes coil voltage discharge during the de-energizing of the valve solenoid coils. There are no
serviceable parts within the unit. Ensure that all electrical connections are clean and dry. Test the
bale carrier and view to see if the hydraulic system is operating correctly. If any wires are damaged
or cut, the schematic on the next page will assist in repair and maintenance. All wire is 18 gage.
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Start-up - 1450 Round Bale Carrier
Start-up
Pre-operation Checklist
To ensure safe and proper operation of the bale carrier, inspect the following items prior to
operation and daily thereafter. Refer to operation, lubrication and maintenance sections for detailed
instructions.
□□ Prior to first use verify that the bale carrier has been properly assembled and that the operator
understands the safety, operating, and maintenance requirements.
□□ Check for missing fasteners and replace if necessary. Refer to maintenance section for details.
□□ Check and maintain proper tire pressure of 90 psi (620 kpa).
□□ Check for loose wheel bolts. Bolts must be torqued to 90 ft lb (122 Nm).
□□ Clean bale carrier of any foreign material that may have accumulated from previous run.
□□ Lubricate all points requiring daily lubrication.
□□ Check chain tension and adjust if necessary with front sprocket adjusting bolt (approximately
6" (15 cm) of upward slack). This is verified by raising the chain by hand.
□□ Ensure top surface of bale carrier beams are properly coated with a graphite coating to reduce
bale friction while pushing bales back.
□□ Ensure that the tractor used to pull the bale carrier is in working order according to the tractor
manual.
□□ Verify the bale carrier is properly coupled to the tractor with the safety chain.
□□ Inspect all safety reflective decals, slow moving vehicle decals and lights where applicable.
□□ Inspect the hydraulic system on the bale carrier and your tractor for leaks or any other
damage.
□□ Ensure the control handle actions reflect the movements of the bale carrier.
□□ Inspect all electrical connections to ensure proper function of the machine.
□□ Ensure transport safety chain is disengaged from bale lift arm and stored on chain lug located
on second cross member. Failure to do so may cause damage to lift arm.
Caution
Make sure the tractor has a 60 hp (45 kw) or greater rating
and a mass of 12480 lb (5660 kg). Make sure the drawbar is
capable of supporting the bale carrier empty or loaded.
Warning
The tractor must be equipped with an approved Roll Over
Protection Structure (ROPS) and seat belts to help prevent
personal injury or death caused by tractor roll over.
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Operation - 1450 Round Bale Carrier
Operation Instructions
Caution
Prior to operation ensure the operator has read and understands
the safety requirements of the bale carrier. Ensure the
pre-operation checks have been completed prior to operation.
Attaching Bale Carrier to Tractor
Caution
Shut off tractor, engage parking brake and remove key before
working around bale carrier. Refer to tractor manual for tractor
parking procedures.
Caution
Use only the drawbar to couple the bale carrier to the
tractor. Ensure drawbar is capable of handling the bale carrier
load. The tractor must have a minimum mass of 12480 lb (5660
kg) and recommended 60 hp (45 kw).
• Using the tongue jack, raise tongue to align with hitch pin, adjust clevis position as necessary
to level the carrier beams.
• Position tractor and secure with locking type drawbar pin (not supplied). Use an approved
hitch pin with a mechanical retainer.
• Route safety chain around the hitch clevis, around drawbar support and back hook. Refer to
tractor manual for further drawbar instructions.
• Do not use intermediate support on drawbar as attaching point.
• Store safety chain off the ground when not in use. If safety chain is damaged in any way,
contact your dealer for a replacement.
Optional Clevis Hitch (SZ000513)
• For tractors not equipped with a clevis drawbar, a clevis hitch for the bale carrier is available.
Use an approved hitch pin with a retainer.
Attaching Bale Carrier Controls to Tractor
• Bale lift and push functions are controlled by the bale carrier valve. Two hoses complete with
black hydraulic tip covers supply pressure and tank. The retraction hose is designated with a
check valve and ensures proper flow through the valve. Connect the return hose to the retract
circuit and the extend hose to opposite extend port.
• The tilt function is controlled by the tractor’s remote valve. Two hoses complete with red
hydraulic tip covers supply extension and retraction.
• Connect control handle harness to the machine harness. Connection is made at the snubber
unit by matching the appropriate socket and plug.
• The power required to operate the Bale Carrier is supplied by the tractors 12-volt electrical
system. Tractors without a female power plug as standard equipment will require Tractor
Harness Kit A4000-00. When using kit A4000-00, connect the red wire to the tractor positive
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and green to the tractor ground. The 15-amp fuse must be used on the positive wire as
supplied.
For tractors with the operator's station further from the hitch point, 4WD for example, a 10'
extension harness, 816017, is available.
Verify bale carrier operation matches bale carrier control handle decal.
Select your hydraulic system using the switch located behind the hydraulic manifold.
For tractors with open-center power beyond or load sense hydraulic systems, set switch to
open.
For tractors with closed-center hydraulic systems, set switch to close
Carrier Control Operation
• To start bale carrier operation, engage the remote hydraulic valve in the
extension position. Lock valve in detent. Valve to remain constantly on
during operation.
• The control handle is fitted with one rocker switch and two momentary
contact rocker switches. They function as follows:
-- Pusher Speed: Select high (rabbit) to operate pusher motors in series
at high speed or low (turtle) to operate in parallel at low speed. Torque
is increased at low speed and pushes bales with more force.
-- Pusher: Depress and hold pusher forward to move forward. Depress
and hold pusher back to move pusher back.
-- Lift Arm: Depress and hold lift arm up to raise lift arm. Depress and
hold lift arm down to lower lift arm.
• To operate raise / lower tilt function engage the remote hydraulic valve
in the extension position to raise the tilt deck and engage the retract
position to lower the deck.
Loading Bales
Warning
Make sure area is clear before lowering bale lift-arm. Failure to
do so could result in injury or death.
• Align the tractor and bale carrier as indicated in the pictoral
for pick up method used. Slowly approach the bale at 5 mph
(8 km/h) while loading. When bale is properly captured,
begin to lift bale.
• The bale carrier is designed to load bales with one of three
options. Refer to the appropriate section for your option
loading instructions.
NOTE: Before loading bale the pusher must be at the front
of the carrier deck.
• The Fixed Pickup Arm with Deflector allows the bales to
be picked up from either “End On” or “Side On.” To pickup
bales that are placed “End On,” drive so the inner arm of
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the loading fork is against the inner edge of the bale. The bale will then be loaded onto the
carrier in the same direction as it was picked up.
• The deflector rotates the bale 90 before it is lifted up onto the carrier. Forward travel is used
to rotate the bale. Approach the bale so that the outer end of the bale rides up on the bale
deflector as the loading arm moves under the bale.
• The bale is loaded onto the carrier deck by depressing and holding RH LIFT ARM UP until the
bale rolls off the pickup arm and onto the carrier beams.
NOTE: The bale should be contacted about 12" (30
cm) from its outer end when using the bale deflector.
Contacting the bale further to the inside may result in
damage to the deflector, bale lift arm or bale.
• The rotating pick up arm (RPU) loads bales “side on”.The
lift arm starts in the lowered position. Drive forward until
the forks are positioned around the ends of the bale with
the inside stationary fork as close as possible to the bale.
Depress and hold lift arm up. The bale is then squeezed on
end until the pressure matches the sequence valve setting
that rotates and raises the bale.
When the bale is lifted above, the bale is released by
depressing lift arm down. This releases the bale and
returns the RPU to the ready state for the next bale. Refer
to the assembly instructions for adjusting RPU’s settings.
Optional Bale Stop (815692)
• When loading narrower bales (4'), an adjustable bale stop is
available. Using this stop permits loading bales closer to the
front of the bale carrier so a full complement of 10 bales can
be loaded. This stop is bolted to the lift arm with supplied
U-Bolts and is adjusted to the position desired.
Bale Pusher Operation
NOTE: Lower loading arm before operating the pusher.
Caution
To avoid misbalanced loads the operator is only required to
push back one bale length to prepare for the next bale.
• Depress and hold pusher back and move bales far enough to the rear to provide room to load
the next bale.
• Return pusher all the way to the front by depressing and holding pusher forward.
• Hi speed / low torque mode is recommended for normal use.
• Low speed / high torque mode is for heavier payloads or situations where bales are wet or
resist sliding.
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Operation - 1450 Round Bale Carrier
Transporting Bale Carrier
WARNING
Do not tow over 20 mph (32 km/h) when loaded. Turn on flashing
lights when transporting on public roadways. Obey local
regulations regarding road transport. Raise bale lift arm and use
the safety chain when transporting. Ensure the lift arm chain latch
is used to prevent the safety chain from dislodging or loosening.
• Do not transport if end bale is overhanging beams. Beam
should extend beyond last bale for a minimum of 2' (61
cm).
• Raise lift arm prior to transport. Always engage lift
arm lock chains when transporting on public roadways
or when not in field. Lock chain in position with latch
provided.
• Monitor the condition and position of bales that are being
transported
• Slow speed when transporting over bumps or rough
terrain.
Unloading
NOTE: Do not run pusher all the way to the end, the resulting shock load may cause damage to
chain and drive.
DANGER
Make sure area is clear before unloading. Failure to do so
could result in serious injury or death.
• Extend tilt cylinder to raise carrier beam by engaging the tractor’s extension hydraulics.
• Depress and hold the pusher back switch to push the bales off the carrier beam.
• Once the rear bale has been pushed off the carrier, slowly drive forward while pushing the
bales back (unloading) to keep all bale ends in contact.
• When amber reflector on inside of the carrier beam becomes visible stop the pusher. The
reflector is approximately 26" (66cm) from the end of the beam.
Release pusher back and slowly drive forward to unload the last bale. Retract the tilt cylinder to
lower the beam and begin the next loading cycle.
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Operation - 1450 Round Bale Carrier
Full Indicator
The full indicator is a factory installed feature. The mechanism has dual-function as follows:
• When the bale carrier reaches its capacity, the rear indicator pivots backward pulling the
cable so that the front indicator plate moves upright to signal not to load any more bales.
• At the end of the unloading process, front indicator comes down (after pushing off the last
bale) warning the operator to release pusher back button, then move forward, lower beam
and bring the pusher home.
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Maintenance - 1450 Round Bale Carrier
Maintenance
Caution
Place all controls in neutral, stop engine, set parking brake
and remove ignition key before inspecting, servicing, adjusting or
repairing the bale carrier.
Caution
Ensure the bale carrier tires and hitch are securely blocked.
Otherwise, verify the bale carrier is properly coupled to the
drawbar on a tractor with a minimum mass of 12480 lb (5660 kg).
NOTE: Service intervals should be increased when operating in extreme or difficult conditions.
Fasteners
• Inspect all bolt torques after first use and 50 hours thereafter.
• Periodically inspect for broken or missing fasteners. Replace with fasteners of similar size
and equivalent grade.
Hydraulic System
• Before applying pressure to the system, be sure all connections are tight and the lines, pipes,
and hoses are not damaged.
• Wear proper hand and eye protection when searching for leaks. Use a piece of wood or
cardboard instead of hand to check for leaks.
• Maintain all components in good working order.
• If injured by escaping fluid, see a doctor at once. Serious infection or toxic reaction can
develop if proper medical treatment is not administered immediately.
• Regularly check the fluid level in the tractor reservoir and follow the maintenance procedures
in the tractor Operator’s Manual.
• Regularly inspect cylinders, hoses and fittings for leaks, crimps and abrasions or other signs
of wear and tear or impending failure.
• Ensure hoses do not bind or stretch during operation. Always keep hoses tied or supported
to prevent rubbing against sharp areas or being pinched. We suggest using tie wraps to
support hoses.
• Replacement hoses must have a working pressure of 3000 psi (20685 kpa) or higher.
Chain
• Check for proper chain tension and sprocket alignment after
first use and every 50 hours thereafter.
• Turn the front sprocket-adjusting bolt clockwise until there is
approximately 6" (15 cm) of upward slack in the chain at the
center of the track. Clockwise increases tension and counter
clockwise reduces tension.
• Proper chain tension may be verified by raising the chain by
hand.
• See lubrication section for further maintenance instructions.
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Maintenance - 1450 Round Bale Carrier
Wheel/Tires
• Inspect hub bolts after first use and 50 hrs thereafter. Hub bolts must be torqued to 90 ft-lb
(122 Nm).
• Thread-locking compound such as Locktite 242 is recommended for the hub bolts.
• Ensure that dust caps are firmly in place.
• Check tires pressure regularly: 90 psi (620 kpa).
• The wheel bearings should be inspected and re-packed annually with SAE multi purpose
type grease. Grease every 500hrs if hub is supplied with grease fitting.
• Air valve should face away from the hub.
Pivot Point Lubrication
• Lubricate bale carrier bushings and pivots every eight hours of average operation with high
grade grease at all fitting locations. Select grease based on the expected outside temperature
range. Lithium, Molybdenum and synthetic greases are preferred. Use the tractor hour meter
as a guide. Increase lubrication intervals for extreme use or adverse conditions. Each pivot
should be lubricated until grease is visible at pin. The fixed arm carrier has 12 lubrication
points and the RPU carrier has 13 points. Refer to the illustrations below for locations.
Roller Chain Lubrication
• Manually brush SAE lubricant while chain is stationary.
• Lubricate the chain every time bolt torque maintenance is performed.
Carrier Beam Lubrication
• Apply a graphite coating such as slip plate to the carrier beams as required to ensure a
smooth push back operation.
• Follow application instructions as provided by the coating manufacturer.
• At the end of the season apply a coating to prevent rust on the carrier beams.
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Maintenance - 1450 Round Bale Carrier
Storage
Start of seaon
• Clean and inspect the bale carrier when taking it out of storage. Ensuring that the bale carrier
is in optimum condition at the start of the season reduces the chances of a costly breakdown
during the season.
• Clean and inspect chains and chain rollers for excessive wear or stiffness. Check for proper
adjustment and alignment.
• Lubricate entire bale carrier. Ensure that all grease fittings are in place and taking grease
properly.
• Operate the bale carrier for a short time. Check that all moving parts are operating freely.
Check for hydraulic leaks.
• Inspect and repack wheel bearings with SAE multi purpose type grease.
• Replace and secure safety shields. Review safety regulations.
• Check all bolts for tightness. Replace lost or worn bolts.
• Check that tires are properly inflated.
• Review the Operator’s Manual.
During the season
• At the end of each day of operation park the bale carrier in a clean, dry, sheltered area.
• Lubricate areas requiring daily lubrication.
• Remove any build up of hay or straw.
End of season
• Check for worn or damaged parts and replace if necessary. To avoid costly delays contact
your dealer for replacement parts before the start of the next season.
• Store the bale carrier in a clean, dry, sheltered area.
• Replace all missing or broken bolts with bolts of similar size and grade.
• Clean the baler carrier thoroughly. Dirt draws moisture that rusts metal.
• Repaint chipped or worn areas. Paint is available from your dealer.
• Clean chains and brush with SAE light machine oil (or equivalent) to prevent rust.
• Repaint the top of the carrier beams with graphite paint such as slip plate to prevent rust.
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Bolt Torque - 1450 Round Bale Carrier
Bolt Torque
Checking Bolt Torque
The tables shown below give correct torque values for various bolts and hex bolts. Tighten all bolts
to the torques specified in chart unless otherwise noted. Check tightness of bolts periodically, using
bolt torque chart as a guide. Replace hardware with the same strength bolt.
Bolt Torque* (plated bolts)
Bolt Diameter
Grade 2 Bolts
Grade 5 Bolts
Grade 8 Bolts
(inches)
SAE 2
SAE 5
SAE 8
“A”
(lb-ft)
(N.m)
(lb-ft)
(N.m)
(lb-ft)
(N.m)
0.25 (1/4)
3
4
6
8
9
12
0.313 (5/16)
7
9
13
18
18
24
0.375 (3/8)
12
16
23
31
35
47
0.438 (7/16)
17
23
35
47
50
68
0.5 (1/2)
31
42
55
75
80
108
0.563 (9/16)
42
57
80
108
110
149
0.625 (5/8)
78
106
110
149
160
217
.75 (3/4)
121
164
200
271
280
380
0.875 (7/8)
160
217
320
434
450
610
1
240
325
480
651
680
922
(lb-ft)
(lb-ft)
Wheel Hub Bolts
Location
90
122
All Carriage Bolts
33
45
Torque figures indicated above are valid for non-greased or non-oiled threads and heads unless otherwise
specified. Therefore, do not grease or oil bolts or hex bolts unless otherwise specified in this manual. When
using locking elements, increase torque values by 5%.
* Torque value for bolts and hex bolts are identified by their head markings.
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Bolt Torque - 1450 Round Bale Carrier
Hydraulic Fitting Torque
Jam Nut or Straight
SAE 37° (JIC)
ORB Fitting Torque
Swivel Nut Torque
Dash
Size
Thread
Size
(lb-ft)
(N.m)
(lb-ft)
(N.m)
-04
7/16-20
14-16
20-22
10-11
13-15
-05
1/2-20
18-20
24-27
13-15
18-20
-06
9/16-18
24-26
33-35
17-19
23-26
-08
3/4-16
50-60
68-78
34-38
47-52
98-110
50-56
69-76
-10
7/8-14
72-80
-12
1-1/16-12
125-135
170-183
70-78
96-106
-14
1-3/16-12
160-180
215-245
80-90
110-122
-16
1-5/16-12
200-220
270-300
94-104
127-141
-20
1-5/8-12
210-280
285-380
124-138
169-188
-24
1-7/8-12
270-360
370-490
156-173
212-235
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Parts - 1450 Round Bale Carrier
When Ordering Parts
Always give your dealer the Model, Color and Serial Number of your machine to assist him in
ordering and obtaining the correct parts. Use the exploded view and tabular listing of the area of
interest to exactly identify the required part.
Electrical Drawing (Prior to S/N BM1450R13000001 & BM1450S13000033)
Item
Part Number
Description
Qty
1
83000057
Machine Harness 1450 Bale Carrier
1
2
813949
Snubber Unit
1
3
I20024
Control Handle Harness Assembly 1450
1
4
83000055
Valve Bank Assembly 1450 Bale Carrier
1
5
SZ000759
Open/Close Switch
1
A4000-00
Tractor Power Ext. Kit
1
816017
10' Extension Harness
1
Optional
28
Parts - 1450 Round Bale Carrier
Electrical Drawing (S/N BM1450R13000001 & BM1450S13000033 and later)
Item
Part Number
Description
Qty
1
SZ000567
1450/2400 Valve Wiring Harness
1
2
SZ000759
Open/Closed Switch
1
3
I20024
Control Handle Harness Assembly 1450/2400
1
4
83000055
Valve Bank Assembly 1450 Bale Carrier
1
A4000-00
Tractor Power Ext. Kit
1
816017
10' Extension Harness
1
Optional
29
Parts - 1450 Round Bale Carrier
Control Handle Assembly Drawing - I20024
30
Item
Part Number
Description
Qty
1
22105
Control Handle
1
2
813540
Screw MACH 8-32 x 0.50 RD HD
6
3
814448
Switch Cover Decal - 1450
1
4
I100016
Switch Cover Plate - 1450
1
5
INE22105-01
Wire Clamp Plate
1
6
815382
Rocker Switch On-Off
1
7
815383
Rocker Switch (On)-Off-(On)
2
8
814448
Decal Buhler 1450
1
Parts - 1450 Round Bale Carrier
Valve Bank Assembly Drawing - 83000055
Item
Part Number
1
815296
2
Description
Qty
Manifold, Sauer Danfoss P/N 11019827
1
83000074
Adaptor Str 3/4 Mjic x 1-1/16 Morb
2
3
83000073
Adaptor Str 9/16 Mjic x 7/8 Morb
2
4
886897
Adaptor Str 7/8 Morb x 3/4 Mjic
4
31
Parts - 1450 Round Bale Carrier
Manifold Service Parts Drawing - A7010-00
Item
Part Number
1
SZ000523
Svp10-No-12-Dn-B
SZ000524
Coil
SZ000525
Coil Nut Kit
SZ000516
Seal Kit
SZ000526
DCV05-2C11/01200E1
SZ000527
Coil
SZ000528
Coil Nut Kit
SZ000515
Seal Kit
SZ000529
Mtg Screw Kit (1/4-20 x 1.625" Shcs)
SZ000530
DCV05-3Y11/01200E1
SZ000527
Coil
SZ000528
Coil Nut Kit
SZ000515
Seal Kit
SZ000529
Mtg Screw Kit (1/4-20 x 1.625" Shcs)
SZ000531
DCV03-3Y11/01200E1
SZ000532
Coil
SZ000533
Coil Nut Kit
SZ000514
Seal Kit
SZ000534
Mtg Screw Kit (10-24Unc x 1.75" Shcs)
SZ000535
CP208-1-B-0-A-C-245
SZ000536
Seal Kit
SZ000537
CP208-1-B-0-A-C-080
SZ000536
Seal Kit
SZ000538
CV10-NP-5-B
SZ000539
Seal Kit
2
3
4
5
6
7
32
Description
Parts - 1450 Round Bale Carrier
Manifold Drawing - 83000055
33
Parts - 1450 Round Bale Carrier
Hydraulic Return Line Assembly Drawing - A7010-00
34
Item
Part Number
Description
Qty
1
29170
Hose 1/2 x 130 3/4 Morb x 3/4
1
2
812841
Male Tip 0.5 Body 0.75 Orb
1
3
813119
Adaptor Str 3/4 Morb x 3/4 Morb
1
4
813305
Dust Cap 0.5 Black
1
5
813666
Valve Check 3/4 Orb Line
1
Parts - 1450 Round Bale Carrier
Hydraulic Pressure Line Assembly Drawing - A7011-00
Item
Part Number
Description
Qty
1
29170
Hose 1/2 x 130 3/4 Morb x 3/4
1
2
812841
Male Tip 0.5 Body 0.75 Orb
1
3
813305
Dust Cap 0.5 Black
1
35
Parts - 1450 Round Bale Carrier
Carrier Tilt Cylinders Hydraulic 3/8 Line Drawing - A8013-00
36
Item
Part Number
1
29174
2
3
Description
Qty
Hose 3/8 x 168 9/16 Swfjic x 3/4 RB
1
812841
Male Tip 0.5 Body 0.75 Orb
1
813303
Dust Cap 0.5 Red
1
Parts - 1450 Round Bale Carrier
Carrier Tilt Cylinder Assembly Drawing - A8012-00
Item
Part Number
Description
Qty
1
29170
Hose 1/2 x 130 3/4 Morb x 3/4
2
2
812841
Male Tip 0.5 Body 0.75 Orb
1
24895 Cylinder 3.0 Diameter Service Parts
812655
Locknut 0.875 Nf
1
X2353
Seal Kit for Item 248945
1
24899
Tube Weldment 3.0 Dia
1
115288
Shaft Weldment 1.25 x 16.75 Lg
1
24897
Headplate 3.0 x 1.250 Rod
1
37
Parts - 1450 Round Bale Carrier
Fixed Pick Up Cylinder Assembly Drawing - A7013-00
Item
Part Number
Description
Qty
1
813640
Elbow 90 9/16 Morb Adj 9/16 Mjic
1
2
22510
Cylinder 3.0 Dia x 16 Inland
1
3
E2872-00
Elbow Restrictor Male 90°
1
22510 Cylinder 3.0 Diameter Service Parts
38
813407
Locknut 1.00 Nf
1
X2504
Seal Kit for Item 22510
1
24957
Tube Weldment 3.0 Dia
1
115519
Shaft Weldment 1.50 x 22.63
1
24598
Head Plate 3.0 x 1.50
1
Parts - 1450 Round Bale Carrier
Pusher Motor Assembly Drawing - A8011-00
Item
Part Number
Description
Qty
1
C7031-00-26
Sprocket Drive Weldment
1
2
C7030-00-26
Motor 22.2 Cu Mt Weldment
1
3
C2768-00
Sprocket Adjusting Bolt Front 1 Nc
1
4
967275
Bolt Hex 0.500 Nc x 2.00 Gr8 (Pl)
4
5
84051
Nut Hex Jam 1.00 Nc Gr2
1
6
84048
Washer 0.500 Flat SAE Bs (Pl)
4
7
813663
Nut Lock (Steel) 0.500 Nc GrC (Pl)
4
8
B2799-00
Motor 22.2 Cu
2
22510 Cylinder 3.0 Diameter Service Parts
X2725
Seal Kit For B2799-00
1
39
Parts - 1450 Round Bale Carrier
Carrier Hydraulic Assembly Drawing - Standard Configuration - A8000-04
40
Item
Part Number
1
83000055
Valve Mainfold, 1450
Description
Qty
1
2
A8012-00
Tilt Cylinder Assembly
1
3
A7013-00
Tilt Cylinder Assembly
1
4
A8011-00
Motor 22.2 Mt Assembly Hayliner
1
5
A7010-00
Hydraulic Assembly 1/2 x 130 Return Line
1
6
A7011-00
Hydraulic Assembly 1/2 x 130 Pressure Line
1
7
A8013-00
Tilt Cylinder Assembly Hydraulic 3/8 Hose
1
8
115001
Hose 1/2 x 24 3/4 Swfjic x 7/8 Morb
4
9
812176
Hose 3/8 x 96 9/16 Swf x Jic
2
Parts - 1450 Round Bale Carrier
Carrier Hydraulic Assembly Hardware Drawing - A8000-04
Item
Part Number
Description
Qty
1
811795
Bolt Hex 0.375 Nc x 2.00 Gr5 (Pl)
3
2
812363
Nut Lock (steel) 0.375 GrB (Pl)
7
3
81344
Nut Lock 0.375 Mc GrB (Pl)
3
4
84072
Bolt Hex 0.375 x 0.75 Gr5 (Pl)
4
5
86170
Bolt Hex 0.375 Nc x 1.00 Gr5 (Pl)
7
6
E1932-00
Cylinder Pin 1.0 x 5 9/16
2
7
E2345-00
Pin Cylinder 1.0 Dia x 4.250
1
41
Parts - 1450 Round Bale Carrier
Carrier Bundled Assembly Drawing
42
Parts - 1450 Round Bale Carrier
Item
Part Number
Description
Qty
1
B2400-14
Axle Assembly
2
2
B2700-03
Tire Assembly
4
3
C2407-00-26
Tandem Axle Locator
2
5
C7035-00-26
Rear Brace Weldment
2
6
C7036-00-26
Center Brace
2
7
815319-26
Axle
1
8
C8006-00-26
Front Brace Weldment
2
9
C8009-00-17
Bale Retainer Weldment
1
11
813653
Bolt 0.563 Nf x 1.75 (WB12)/Hub
24
13
967274
Bolt Hex 0.500 Nc x 1.50 Gr8 (Pl)
34
14
81629
Bolt Hex 0.500 Nc x 3.5 Gr5 (Pl)
14
15
81525
Bolt Hex 0.250 Nc x 0.75 Unc Gr5 (Pl)
2
16
812624
Washer 0.250 Flat Bs (Pl)
2
17
84048
Washer 0.500 Flat SAE Bs (Pl)
42
18
984077
Nut Hex Jam 0.500 Nc Gr2 (Pl)
43
19
81922
Nut Lock (Nylon) 0.25 Nc GrB (Pl)
12
20
813663
Nut Lock (Steel) 0.500 Nc x 1.50 GrC (Pl)
2
21
814196
Lamp-Ag/Dual/Lh/4-Way Wp
1
22
814195
Lamp-Ag/Dual/Rh/4-Way Wp
1
23
813547
Set Screw Sqhdcup 0.500 Nc
2
24
967075
SMV Spade Mount
1
25
967066
SMV Sign
1
967275
Bolt Hex 0.500 Nc x 2.00 Gr8 (Pl)
24
43
Parts - 1450 Round Bale Carrier
Tail Light Assembly Drawing - A8000-04
7
5
1
6
3
4
SMV BRACKET/LIGHT MOUNT (C2907-00)
8
2
5
6
3
9
4
2
44
LIGHT MOUNT BRACKET (SZ000505)
Parts - 1450 Round Bale Carrier
Item
Part Number
Description
Qty
1
SZ000507
Outer Light/SMV Bracket 1450
1
2
812364
1/2" Lock Nut (Pl)
2
3
815372
Light Bracket Inner
2
4
815373
Light Bracket Outer
2
5
81620
1/2" x 1-1/4" Hex Bolt (Pl)
2
6
84048
Washer 0.500 Flat SAE Bs (Pl)
4
7
81529
Bolt Hex 0.250 Nc x 1.5 Lg Gr2 (Pl)
4
8
81922
Lock Nut (Nylon) 0.25 Nc
8
9
81527
Bolt Hex 0.250 Nc x 1.0 Lg Gr5 (Pl)
4
45
Parts - 1450 Round Bale Carrier
Carrier Final Assembly Drawing - A8000-04
46
Parts - 1450 Round Bale Carrier
Item
Part Number
Description
Qty
1
A7006-00-17
Pusher Assembly
1
2
A7008-00
Chain Guide Roller Assembly
1
3
A8011-00
Motor Mount Assembly
1
4
813662
Hose Holder
1
5
E2345-00
Cyl Pin / 1.0" x 4-1/4"
1
6
E2413-00
Arm Cushion
1
7
E2937-00-26
Plate 1500/2500 Lighting Kit
1
8
E7038-00-26
Mounting Bracket/Shield
1
9
E7040-00
Cushion/Pusher Stop
1
10
E7039-00-26
Shield/Chain Drive
1
11
813949
Snubber Unit 1500/2500 Bale Carrier (Prior to S/N
BM1450R13000001 & S/N BM1450S13000033)
1
12
813643
13
SZ000510
C2080H Connector Link HD
2
C2080H x 225 P + O/L + 1 CC/L
2
14
81620
Capscrew 0.500 Nc x 1.250 Gr5 Z (Pl)
1
15
814193
Enhanced Ag Lighting Module
1
16
814199
Extension Harness 27" Long
1
17
814198
Main Harness 48 Ft Long 7 Pin Plug
1
18
813602
Rivet 1/4" x 3/4" Flhd
2
19
814434
Safety Chain 20M Gvw
1
20
813958
Screw Mach #8-32 x 0.75
6
22
81549
Bolt Hex 0.313 Nc x 0.75 Gr5 (Pl)
6
23
81552
Bolt Hex 0.313 Nc x 1.25 Gr5 (Pl)
2
24
811795
Bolt Hex 0.375 Nc x 2.00 Gr5 (Pl)
1
25
812537
Nut Lock (Nylock) #8-32 Steel
6
26
84541
Nut Lock (Nylon) 0.313 Nc Gr8 (Pl)
4
27
812362
Nut Lock (Steel) 0.313 Nc Gr8 (Pl)
4
28
812363
Nut Lock (Steel) 0.375 Nc Gr8 (Pl)
1
29
812364
Nut Lock (Steel) 1/2" Nc Gr8 Z (Pl)
1
30
813581
Washer Flat 0.5 x 0.531 x 0.25 (Pl)
1
31
81570
Washer Flat Std 0.375 Hs (Pl)
4
32
81546
Washer 0.313 Flat Std Hs (Pl)
1
33
909277
Manual Holder
1
47
Parts - 1450 Round Bale Carrier
Carrier Initial Assembly Drawing - A8000-04
48
Parts - 1450 Round Bale Carrier
Item
Part Number
Description
Qty
1
SZ000561-26
Perfect Hitch
1
2
C7055-00-26
Outer Carrier Beam
2
3
C7057-01-26
Chain Guide Weldment
1
4
C8003-01-26
Subframe
1
5
C8004-01-26
Rear Crossmember
1
6
815829
Chain Weld't, Lift Arm
1
7
C8014-00-26
L.H. Hitch Beam
1
8
C8015-00-26
R.H. Hitch Beam
1
9
C8016-00-26
Hitch Crossmember Weldment
1
10
C8017-01-26
Front Crossmember
1
11
E2445-00
Lift Arm Pin
2
12
INE7003-01-26 Rear Chain Crossmember
1
13
813646
Grease Fitting 0.250 NF Driven
4
14
813647
Screw Jack 3.50 Ton
1
15
812288
Bolt Carr 0.500 Nc x 1.25 Gr5 Z (Pl)
4
16
81581
Bolt Hex 0.375 Nc x 2.50 Gr5 (Pl)
2
17
81620
Bolt Hex 0.500 Nc x 1.25 Gr5 (Pl)
16
18
967274
Bolt Hex 0.500 Nc x 1.50 Gr8 (Pl)
78
19
967275
Bolt Hex 0.500 Nc x 2.00 Gr8 Z (Pl)
16
20
813515
Bolt Hex 0.750 Nc x 2.50 Gr8 (Pl)
4
21
812363
Nut Lock (Steel) 0.375 Nc Gr8 (Pl)
4
22
812364
Nut Lock (Steel) 0.500 Nc Gr8 (Pl)
16
23
813663
Nut Lock (Steel) 0.500 Nc Gr8 (Pl)
98
24
813648
Nut Lock (Steel) 0.750 Nc Gr8 (Pl)
4
25
813590
Washer Flat 1.25 x 0.781 x 0.25 (Pl)
8
26
84048
Washer Flat SAE 0.500 Bs (Pl)
110
49
Parts - 1450 Round Bale Carrier
Complete Tandem Axle Assembly Drawing
4
1
3
2
5
50
Item
Part Number
1
815319-26
2
Description
Qty
Axle Beam Weldment
1
984077
Nut Hex Jam 0.500 Nc Gr2 (Pl)
2
3
813547
Setscrew Sq HD Cup 0.500 Nc
2
4
C2407-00-26
Tandem Axle/1500 Locator Weldment
2
5
B2400-14
Axle Assembly
2
Parts - 1450 Round Bale Carrier
Tire Assembly Drawing - B2700-03
Item
Part Number
1
813655
15 x 10 lb x 6 Bolt P65 Rim
Description
Qty
4
2
813656
Tr-416-Ms Valve Stem w/ Cap
4
3
813657
Tire 12.5 x 15 FI 12 Ply Range F Farm Hwy Tire
4
51
Parts - 1450 Round Bale Carrier
Tandem Axle Assembly Drawing - B2400-14
52
Item
Part Number
1
C2406-00-26
2
C2339-00
3
Description
Qty
Tandem Axle 1500 Weldment
1
Hub Assembly
2
813649
Dust Shield
2
4
81206
3/16" x 1-1/2" Cotter Pin Black
2
5
813673
Nut Castle 1.00 Nf
2
6
813650
Dust Cap
2
7
813646
Grease Fitting 1/4 Driven
4
8
813651
Washer Flat 1-1/32" x 2" x .188" Blk
2
Parts - 1450 Round Bale Carrier
Hub Assembly Drawing - C2339-00
Item
Part Number
1
813652
6 Bolt Wheel Hub
Description
Qty
1
2
967205
Bearing Cone Outer
1
3
967208
Bearing Cone Inner
1
4
967204
Oil Seal SAE-30
1
5
813653
9/16" Hub Bolt
6
53
Parts - 1450 Round Bale Carrier
Pusher Assembly Drawing - A7006-00
54
Item
Part Number
1
C7027-00-17
2
Description
Qty
Pusher
1
E2749-00
Top Slider
2
3
E2750-00
Side Slider
2
4
813558
Screw Mach M8 x 20 Flhd Brass
16
5
813561
Nut Hex M8 Brass
16
6
E7032-00
Center Slider
1
7
813644
Screw Mach 0.313 Nc x 1.25 Rdhd
4
Parts - 1450 Round Bale Carrier
Bale Stop Bundle Drawing - A8003-00
Item
Part Number
1
C8009-00-26
2
Description
Qty
Bale Retainer Weldment
1
84048
Washer 0.500 Flat SAE Bs (Pl)
2
3
84277
Bolt Hex 0.500 Nc x 1.50 Gr5 (Pl)
2
4
812364
Nut Lock (Steel) 0.500 Nc GrB (Pl)
2
55
Parts - 1450 Round Bale Carrier
Roller/Chain Guide Assembly Drawing - A7008-00
Item
56
Part Number
1
813645
2
INE7037-00
Description
Qty
Bearing/6205LLU/25.4/3E
2
Roller/Chain Guide
1
Parts - 1450 Round Bale Carrier
Fixed Pick Up Arm Hydraulic Assembly Drawing - A2300-87
57
Parts - 1450 Round Bale Carrier
Fixed Pick Up Arm with Deflector RH Side Assembly Drawing - A2300-87
58
Parts - 1450 Round Bale Carrier
Item
Part Number
Description
Qty
1
812087
Bolt Hex 0.625 Nc x 6.00 Grb (Pl)
4
2
813509
Nut Hex 0.625 Nc Gr5 (Pl)
4
3
81581
Bolt Hex 0.375 Nc x 2.50 Gr5 (Pl)
2
4
81677
Washer Lock 0.625 (Pl)
4
5
84277
Bolt Hex 0.500 Nc x 1.50 Gr5 (Pl)
1
6
C2316-00-26
Lift Arm Right Bale
1
7
C2329-00-17
Fork Bale Left Assembly
1
8
E2345-00
Pin Cylinder 1.0 Dia x 4.5
1
9
E2485-00-26
Chain Latch Lift Arm
1
10
812363
Nut Lock (Steel) 0.375 GrB (Pl)
3
11
811795
Bolt Hex 0.375 Nc x 2.00 Gr5 (Pl)
1
12
812364
Nut Lock (Steel) 0.500 Nc GrB (Pl)
1
13
967055
Decal Reflective 2 x 9 Amber
1
14
E2445-00
Pin Lift Arm 1.25 Dia C1045 Cr
2
15
967053
Decal Reflective 2 x 9 Red
1
16
83000050-17
RH Fork w/ Deflector Weldment
1
59
Parts - 1450 Round Bale Carrier
RPU Squeeze Cylinder Drawing - A2300-35
Item
Part Number
1
IN29074
Hose 3/8 x 60 9/16 Swfjic
Description
Qty
1
2
813640
Elbow 90 9/16 Morb Adj x 3/8
1
3
IN29067
Hose 3/8 x 68 9/16 Swfjic
1
4
24367
Cylinder 2.0 x 18.0 Inland
1
5
813640
Elbow 90° 9/16 Morb Adj x 3/8
2
24367 Cylinder 2.0 Diameter Service Parts
60
811843
Not Grease Nipple 90°
1
X1348
Seal Kit for 24367 2.0 Dia Cylinder
1
83224
Backup Washer 1.75 Id x 2.00 Od
1
812655
0.875 Unf Locknut
1
114521
2.00 Dia Piston Half (Narrow)
1
114520
2.00 Dia Piston Half (Wide)
1
24366
2.00 Dia Tube Weldment
1
115042
Shaft Weldment 1.25 Dia x 24.125 Lg
1
24516
2.00 Dia Head Plate
1
Parts - 1450 Round Bale Carrier
Pilot Check Valve Assembly Drawing - SZ000658
5
6
PILOT PORT
TO LIFT LOWER PORT ON MAIN VALVE
(FRONT PORT) USE EXISTING 3/8” X
(132” WITH 2450 HAYLINER) OR
(96” WITH 1450 HAYLINER) HOSE
SUPPLIED WITH MAIN FRAME
7
4
1
TO SEQUENCE VALVE (PORT #2)
USE EXISTING 3/8” X 108 HOSE SUPPLIED
WITH ROTATE CYLINDER ASSEMBLY
3
SIDE PUMP PORT
(FREE FLOW IN)
TO ROTATE CYLINDER BASE END
USE 3/8” X 96 HOSE SUPPLIED WITH
ROTATE CYLINDER ASSEMBLY
2
Item
Part Number
Description
Qty
1
29023
Tee 1/4" Fnpt Run x 1/4" Mnpt
1
2
29015
Tee 9/16" Mjic Run x 9/16" Morb
1
3
29039
Adaptor Str 1/4" Mnpt x 9/16" Fjic
1
4
29020
Connector 9/16" Mjic x 1/4" Mnpt
1
5
SZ000659
Hose 3/8" x 14-3/8" Fnpt x 9/16" Swfjic
1
6
SZ000661
Pilot Check Valve, PC50C
1
7
SZ000660
Adaptor Str, 3/8" Mjic x 1/2" Npt
1
61
Parts - 1450 Round Bale Carrier
RPU Rotate Cylinder Drawing - A2400-36
Item
Part Number
Description
Qty
1
29150
Hose 3/8 x 108 9/16 Swfjic x 3
1
2
29149
Restrictor One Way Adj Parker
1
3
22060
3 x 8 Tie Rod Cylinder
1
4
29016
Elbow 90 1/4 Mnpt x 9/16 Mjic
1
5
20877
Pressure Line / Sequence Tube
1
6
811631
Bolt Hex Jam 0.500 Nc Gr2 (Pl)
2
7
29015
Tee 9/16 Mjic Run x 9/16 Mjic
3
8
29022
Elbow 90 1/4 Mnpt x 9/16 Morb
1
9
22075
Sun Sequence Valve Set 1800 PSI
1
10
984077
Nut Hex Jam 0.500 Nc Gr2 (Pl)
1
11
29047
Elbow 90 9/16 Morb x 3/8 Mjic Lg
1
12
813691
Sequence Valve Vent Tube
1
13
887572
Tee 9/16 Mjic x 9/16 Swfjic
1
Sequence Valve Holder
1
Hose 3/8 x 96 9/16 Swfjic x 3
1
Hydraulic Cylinder Tie Rod
1
14
E2430-00
15
812176
16
E2478-00
22060 Cylinder 3.0 Diameter Service Parts
22060-02
62
Seal Kit For 22060 Cylinder
1
Parts - 1450 Round Bale Carrier
RPU RH Side Assembly Drawing - A2400-32 - Optional
64
Parts - 1450 Round Bale Carrier
Item
Part Number
Description
Qty
1
20252
Bushing 1.75 Od x 1.5 Id x 1.75
2
2
810215
Screw Self Tap 0.313 Nc x 0.50
8
3
811795
Bolt Hex 0.375 Nc x 2.00 Gr5 (Pl)
2
4
812087
Bolt Hex 0.625 Nc x 6.00 GrB (Pl)
2
5
812363
Nut Lock (Steel) 0.375 GrB (Pl)
4
6
812364
Nut Lock (Steel) 0.500 Nc GrB (Pl)
2
7
813509
Nut Hex 0.625 Nc Gr5 (Pl)
2
8
813602
Rivet 1/4 x 3/4 Flathead
4
9
813611
Pin Spring 0.125 Dia x 0.625 Long
4
10
813646
Grease Fitting 1/4 Nf Driven
1
11*
813795
Washer Flat 1.031 x 1.75 x 0.031
1
12
81581
Bolt Hex 0.375 Nc x 2.50 Gr5 (Pl)
2
13
81626
Bolt Hex 0.500 Nc x 2.75 Gr5 (Pl)
1
14
81677
Washer Lock 0.625 (Pl)
2
15
81978
Cotter Pin 0.125 x 2.00 Poly
1
16
84277
Bolt Hex 0.500 Nc x 1.50 Gr5 (Pl)
1
17
A2400-35
Squeeze Cylinder Assembly RPU
1
18
A2400-36
Rotate Cylinder Assembly RPU
1
19
Pilot Check Valve Assembly RPU (see page 59)
20
C2417-00-26
Sliding Arm RPU
1
21
C2418-00-26
Fork Adjustable RH RPU
1
22
C2423-00
Pin Squeeze Cylinder RPU
1
23
C2499-00-26
Lift Arm Right
1
24
C2694-00-26
Rh Stationary Arm RPU
1
25
C2695-00
Pin Hinge RPU
1
26
E2345-00
Pin Cylinder 1.0 Dia x 4.5
1
27
E2413-00
Arm Cushion Rubber Belting
1
28
E2419-00
Arm Sliding Top & Bottom Pad
2
29
E2420-00
Arm Sliding Side Pad
2
30
E2421-00
Stationary Arm Top & Bottom RPU Pad
2
31
E2422-00
Arm Stationary Side RPU Pad
2
32
E2424-00
Pin Squeeze Cylinder Clevis
1
33
E2429-00
Arm Stationary Cushion RPU
1
34
E2445-00
Pin Lift Arm 1.25 Dia C1045CR
2
35
E2485-00-26
Chain Latch Lift Arm
1
36
967053
Decal Reflective 2 x 9 Red
1
37
967055
Decal Reflective 2 x 9 Amber
1
* Item #11 is use as needed
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Parts - 1450 Round Bale Carrier
Hydraulic RPU Assembly Drawing - A2400-32 - Optional
66
Parts - 1450 Round Bale Carrier
RPU Schematic
67
Parts - 1450 Round Bale Carrier
Optional Adjustable Bale Stop Assembly Drawing - 815692
68
Item
Part Number
1
815693-17
Description
Qty
Bale Stop Bracket
1
Hairpin Clip #9
2
Bale Stop Weld't
1
2
12779
3
815696-17
4
815416
Valve Mount U-Bolt
2
5
84048
Washer 0.500 Flat SAE Bs (Pl)
4
6
813663
Nut Lock (Steel) 0.500 Nc GrC (Pl)
4
7
I20069
Locking Pin Bale Stop 4500
2
Parts - 1450 Round Bale Carrier
Optional Clevis Hitch Assembly Drawing - SZ000513
Item
Part Number
1
SZ000513
Description
Clevis Hitch Option Kit
Qty
1
69
Parts - 1450 Round Bale Carrier
Standard Hitch Assembly Drawing - SZ000561
1
3
2
70
Item
Part Number
1
SZ000569
Top Plate
Description
Qty
1
2
SZ000570
V-block
1
3
SZ000571
Neoprene Cushions
2
Delivery - 1450 Round Bale Carrier
Delivery Checklist
Pre-delivery
□□ Verify hardware torque.
□□ Verify rear wheel bolt torque
□□ Verify tire pressure
□□ Inspect bearing seals
□□ Inspect all lubrication points
□□ Inspect chain drives
□□ Inspect hydraulic hoses and electrical harnesses
Dealer Representative:
Date:
Customer Delivery
□□ Review safety procedures reqarding bale carrier operation and maintenance
□□ Review Operator's and Part's Manual
□□ Review proper operating procedures
□□ Review general adjustment and setup procedures
□□ Review chain tensioning procedures
□□ Review importance of regular lubrication
□□ Discuss road and highway transportation requirements and regulations
□□ Review front hitch height
Dealer Representative:
Date:
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Warranty - 1450 Round Bale Carrier
Farm King Limited Warranty
This document limits your warranty rights.
Base Limited Warranty
Buhler Industries Inc. provides this warranty only to original retail purchasers of its product.
Buhler Industries Inc. warrants to such purchasers that all Buhler Industries Inc. manufactured
parts and components used and serviced as provided for in the Operator’s Manual shall be free
from defects in materials and workmanship for a period following delivery to the original retail
purchaser of 12 months (80 days for commercial applications). This limited warranty applies only
to those parts and components manufactured by Buhler Industries Inc. Parts and components
manufactured by others are subject to their manufacturer’s warranties, if any.
Buhler Industries Inc. will fulfill this limited warranty by, at its option, repairing or replacing
any covered part that is defective or is the result of improper workmanship, provided that the
part is returned to Buhler Industries Inc. within thirty (30) days of the date that such defect or
improper workmanship is, or should have been, discovered. Buhler Industries Inc. reserves the
right to either inspect the product at the buyer’s location or have it returned to the factory for
inspection. Parts must be returned through the selling representative and the buyer must prepay
transportation charges.
Buhler Industries Inc. will not be responsible for repairs or replacements that are necessitated,
in whole or part, by the use of parts not manufactured by or obtained from Buhler Industries Inc.
Under no circumstances are component parts warranted against normal wear and tear. There
is no warranty on product pump seals, product pump bearings, rubber product hoses, pressure
gauges, or other components that require replacement as part of normal maintenance. Also:
Buckets and Bucket Tines carry no warranty, Bent Spears carry no warranty, Snowblower Fan
Shafts carry no warranty, Mower Blades carry no warranty, Portable Auger Parts Have Two (2)
Year Warranty, Loader Parts Have Two (2) Year Warranty. The purchaser is solely responsible for
determining suitability of goods sold. This warranty is expressly in lieu of all other warranties
expressed or implied. Buhler Industries Inc. will in no event be liable for any incidental or
consequential damages whatsoever. Nor for any sum in excess of the price received for the
goods for which liability is claimed.
Repair Parts Limited Warranty
Buhler Industries Inc. warrants Farm King replacement parts purchased after the expiration of the
Buhler Industries Inc. Limited Warranty, and used and serviced as provided for in the Operator’s
Manual, to be free from defects in materials or workmanship for a period of thirty (30) days
from the invoice date for the parts. Buhler Industries Inc. will fulfill this limited warranty by, at
its option, repairing or replacing any covered part that is defective or is the result of improper
workmanship, provided that the part is returned to Buhler Industries Inc. within thirty (30) days
of the date that such defect or improper workmanship is, or should have been, discovered. Such
parts must be shipped to Buhler Industries Inc. at the purchaser’s expense.
What is Not Covered
Under no circumstances does this limited warranty cover any components or parts that have
been subject to the following: negligence; alteration or modification not approved by Buhler
Industries Inc.; misuse; improper storage; lack of reasonable and proper maintenance, service,
or repair; normal wear; damage from failure to follow operating instructions; accident; and/
or repairs that have been made with parts other than those manufactured, supplied, and or
authorized by Buhler Industries Inc.
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Warranty - 1450 Round Bale Carrier
Authorized Dealer and Labor Costs
Repairs eligible for labor under this limited warranty must be made by Buhler Industries Inc. or an
authorized Farm King dealer. Buhler Industries Inc. retains the exclusive discretion to determine
whether it will pay labor costs for warranty repairs or replacements, and the amount of such
costs that it will pay and the time in which the repairs will be made. If Buhler Industries Inc.
determines that it will pay labor costs for warranty work, it will do so by issuing a credit to the
dealer’s or distributor’s account. Buhler Industries Inc. will not approve or pay invoices sent for
repairs that Buhler Industries Inc. has not previously approved. Warranty service does not extend
the original term of this limited warranty.
Warranty Requirements
To be covered by warranty, each Farm King new product must be registered with Buhler
Industries Inc. within thirty (30) days of delivery to original retail purchaser. If the customer
decides to purchase replacement components before the warranty disposition of such
components is determined, Buhler Industries Inc. will bill the customer for such components and
then credit the replacement invoice for those components later determined to be covered by this
limited warranty. Any such replacement components that are determined not be covered by this
limited warranty will be subject to the terms of the invoice and shall be paid for by the purchaser.
Warranty Claims:
Warranty requests must be prepared on Buhler Industries Inc. Warranty Claim Forms with all
requested information properly completed. Warranty Claims must be submitted within a thirty
(30) day period from date of failure repair.
Warranty Labor:
Any labor subject to warranty must be authorized by Buhler Industries Inc. The labor rate for
replacing defective parts, where applicable, will be credited at 100% of the dealer’s posted shop
rate.
Exclusive Effect of Warranty and Limitation of Liability
TO THE EXTENT PERMITTED BY LAW, Buhler Industries Inc. DISCLAIMS ANY
WARRANTIES, REPRESENTATIONS, OR PROMISES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, AS TO THE QUALITY,
PERFORMANCE, OR FREEDOM FROM DEFECT OF THE COMPONENTS AND PARTS COVERED BY
THIS WARRANTY AND NOT SPECIFICALLY PROVIDED FOR HEREIN.
TO THE EXTENT PERMITTED BY LAW, Buhler Industries Inc. DISCLAIMS ANY IMPLIED
WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ON ITS
PRODUCTS COVERED HEREIN, AND DISCLAIMS ANY RELIANCE BY THE PURCHASER ON
Buhler Industries Inc.’S SKILL OR JUDGMENT TO SELECT OR FURNISH GOODS FOR ANY
PARTICULAR PURPOSE. THE PURCHASER’S ONLY AND EXCLUSIVE REMEDIES IN CONNECTION
WITH THE BREACH OR PERFORMANCE OF ANY WARRANTY ON ProductS manufactured
by Buhler Industries Inc. ARE THOSE SET FORTH HEREIN. IN NO EVENT SHALL Buhler
Industries Inc. BE LIABLE FOR INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING,
BY WAY OF EXAMPLE ONLY AND NOT LIMITATION, LOSS OF CROPS, LOSS OF PROFITS OR
REVENUE, OTHER COMMERCIAL LOSSES, INCONVENIENCE, OR COST OF REPLACEMENT
OF RENTAL EQUIPMENT). IN NO EVENT SHALL FARM KING’S CONTRACT OR WARRANTY
LIABILITY EXCEED THE PURCHASE PRICE OF THE PRODUCT.
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Warranty - 1450 Round Bale Carrier
(Note that some provinces or states do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty
lasts or the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above
limitations and exclusion may not apply to you.) This warranty gives you specific legal rights and
you may also have other rights, which vary from province to province or state to state.
Buhler Industries Inc. neither assumes nor authorizes any person or entity, including its selling
representatives, to assume any other obligations or liability in connections with the sale of
covered equipment, or to make any other warranties, representations, or promises, express or
implied, as to the quality, performance, or freedom from defect of the components and parts
covered herein. No one is authorized to alter, modify, or enlarge this limited warranty, or its
exclusions, limitations and reservations.
Corrections of defects and improper workmanship in the manner, and for the applicable time
periods, provided for herein shall constitute fulfillment of all responsibilities of Buhler Industries
Inc. to the purchaser, and Buhler Industries Inc. shall not be liable in negligence, contract, or on
any other basis with respect to the subject equipment.
This limited warranty is subject to any existing conditions of supply which may directly affect
Buhler Industries Inc.’s ability to obtain materials or manufacture replacement parts.
Buhler Industries Inc. reserves the right to make improvements in design or changes in
specifications to its products at anytime, without incurring any obligation to owners of units
previously sold.
Government Legislation:
Warranty terms and conditions are subject to provincial or state legislation.
Important Note: This warranty does not apply to rentals.
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