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Owners Manual
Roller Seed
Drill
From Serial Number 07273
Head Office:
P.O. Box 2018
Hilton Highway, Washdyke
Timaru, New Zealand
Telephone (03) 688 2029
Facsimile (03) 688 2821
Australian Branch:
4B Silverton Close
Laverton North 3026
Melbourne, Australia
Telephone (03) 9314-9666
Facsimile (03) 9314-6810
Pt. No. 67331
Issue 0207
Roller Seed Drill
Contents
Page
Introduction
Acquisition & Warranty
Description of Machine
Specification
SAFETY - General
SAFETY - Machine Specific
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Working Principle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Safety Symbols on Machine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Operator Safety . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Be Prepared for Emergencies . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Appropriate Dress . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Transport This Machine Safely . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Handle Agricultural Chemicals Safely . . . . . . . 7
Avoid High Pressure Fluids . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Safe Work Practices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Practise Safe Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Hazard Points . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Safety Decals & Safety Guards . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Transportation
Towing on the Road . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Use of Transpoprt Support Chain . . . . . . . . . . 13
Operation
General Operation Guidelines . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Sowing Chart
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Basic Calibration Procedure
Gearbox Setting Lever . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Selecting the Gear Ratio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting Seeder Shutter Slides . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Bottom Flap Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Seed Calibration Procedure . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Hand Crank Turns for Seed Rate Calibration .
Calculating Crank Turns for Other Widths . . . .
Recalculating the Constant . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Use of Seed Rate Calculator . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Calibration Deviations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Hints for Sowing with Variable Speed Gearbox
Gearbox Settings after a Speed Change . . . . .
Sowing of Fine Seeds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Small Seed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Caution: Resetting Meter Wheels . . . . . . . . . .
Hectaremeter Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Calibration Notes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Maintenance & Care
General Safety & Accident Prevention Advice
General Cautionary Maintenance Advice . . . .
Lubrication Chart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Maintenance Schedule . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Maintenance of Roller Rings . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Storage
Maintenance Notes
Parts Lists
Operator Notes
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Introduction
Acquisition & Warranty
On delivery of your new Duncan Roller Seed Drill please check
that the machine is not damaged. In cases of shipping
damage, please ask your dealer to arrange for the appropriate
claim to be lodged immediately. Assemble any parts supplied
loose and inspect your machine with the aid of this manual to
familiarise yourself with its features. If you have any queries
ask your dealer straight away. The machine is covered by our
12 month warranty on faulty parts, subject to normal use.
Record below the serial number of your machine and keep
it in a secure place to help trace the machine and assist
us when you order parts.
Model: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Serial No: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Owner: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Delivery Date: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Dealer: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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The Owner’s Manual
Your new Duncan Roller Seed Drill will give long and efficient
service if given normal care and operated properly.
This owner’s manual is provided so that you can become
thoroughly familiar with the design of the machine and to
furnish information on correct operation, adjustment and
maintenance. Only persons well acquainted with these
guidelines should be allowed to use the equipment.
A separate illustrated parts section has been provided so that if
any parts are required your dealer will be able to supply them
by reference to part numbers.
The manual is considered as part of your machine and must
remain with the machine when it is sold.
Right and left hand references in this manual are determined
by standing behind the machine and facing in the direction
of travel.
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Disclaimer
Every effort has been made to
ensure that the information in this
manual was accurate and up to
date at the time of going to press.
Clough Agriculture reserves the
right to make subsequent changes
to the machine, where necessary,
without notification.
The Company will not be
responsible for any damage or
consequential loss arising out of
misinterpretation or failure to follow
recommended procedures. Nor will
it be liable for any damage caused
by or arising out of modification or
misuse of its product.
The owner has a responsibility to
protect himself and others by
observing all safety information
and by ensuring all operators are
well acquainted with the safety
information, trained in the correct
use of the machine and applying
safe work practices.
Description of Machine
Width (Overall)
(Refer Table)
The Duncan Roller Drill has been developed for
applications where the combination of a Cambridge type
roller and seed sowing can be carried out
simultaneously. The machine comes with or without
the transport wheels. All machines consist of a
robust heavy section RHS frame attached to
the roller by heavy duty shock mounted
bearings.
Attached to the frame is our standard type
seedbox featuring a quality European type
pegged roller system handling all seeds from turnip and
rape to peas and maize. The seeder drive is via an
hydraulically operated clutch and variable speed gear
box driven from the roller axle.
Working Principle
Width (Over Rollers)
(Refer Table)
Height (Wheels Up)
(Refer Table)
The gearbox, pegged seed rollers and seeder flaps are set to
give the desired seed rate.
Seed flows down the seed chutes and is broadcast onto the
prepared seed bed. The roller drill is normally followed by a
second plain roller, trailing harrows or a combination of both.
Overall Length
(Refer Table)
fig 2
Dimensions & Capacities
(Refer Table)
Height (Wheels Dn)
8’ Drill
Width (Overall)
Width (Over Rollers)
Overall Length (min-max)
Height (Wheels Up)
Height (Wheels Down)
Weight (Unladen)
Tyre Size
Maximum Speed *
Max Tyre Pressure
Sowing Width
Box Capacity (litres)
9’ Drill
10’ Drill
2800
2455
3780 - 4170
1740
2010
2080kg
3125
3455
2780
3105
3780 - 4170
3780 - 4170
1740
1740
2010
2010
2260kg
2440kg
10.0/75 - 15.3 Natier AW
30kph
30kph
30kph
3.1-4.2 bar
3.1-4.2 bar
3.1-4.2 bar
45-60 psi
45-60 psi
45-60 psi
2.370m
2.670m
2.970m
393 litres
441 litres
488 litres
* Maximum speed applies when wheels are fitted
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ATTENTION
On the machine important safety information is indicated by these symbols.
These highlight general safety aspects in regard to the machine rather than specific hazards.
Do not ride or allow passengers on the machine.
Under no circumstances are passengers to be permitted on
the machine while it is in operation or being transported. Any
footboards and/or footsteps are provided solely for the
purpose of preparing the machine for use.
Keep clothing and body extremities well clear of pinch
points while the machine is operating (seeding or
calibrating). Keep well clear of moving parts at all times.
These signs typically occur wherever trapping points exist.
These include drive chains, sprockets, shafts, wheels, discs,
pivot points, etc. Guards are provided with the machine for
safety reasons (where practical without compromising
machine performance). Ensure these are always fitted during
operation.
Always exercise extreme caution in the vicinity of sharp
edges and points.
Where possible guards are provided with the machine for
safety reasons (where practical without compromising
machine performance). Ensure these are always fitted during
operation.
Footboards, footsteps, drawbars and other machine
surfaces may be slippery when wet.
Apply extra caution in wet conditions and in the early morning
when surfaces are wet.
Keep Clear. (It is dangerous to be in this area when the
machine is operating.)
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SAFETY - General
N.B. Throughout this
manual important safety
information is indicated
by these symbols in the
margin:
A prohibition should
be observed under all
circumstances.
A warning indicates a
hazard that could
cause death or injury if
the warning is ignored.
A caution indicates a
hazard that may cause
damage to property if
the caution is ignored.
This section of the manual offers general guidelines
for the safe operation of machinery. It does not replace
local safety regulations. These guidelines were current at
the time of publication, but may be superseded by later
regulations.
Clough Agriculture has made every effort to highlight all
risks to personnel or property. Owners and operators have
a responsibility to exercise care and safe work practices at
all times in the vicinity of the machine.
Owners are advised to keep up to date on safety issues
and to communicate these to all users of the machine.
Contact the Occupational Safety and Health Service
(OSH) for further information about general safety aspects.
If you have safety concerns specifically related to this
machine, contact your dealer immediately.
Operator Safety
Read this manual carefully before operating new
equipment. Learn how to use this machine safely.
Be thoroughly familiar with the controls and the proper use
of the equipment before using it.
Take careful note of all safety instructions both in this
manual and on the machine itself. Failure to comply with
instructions could result in personal injury and/or damage
to the machine.
Replace missing or damaged safety signs on the machine
and ensure that these remain clearly visible.
It is the owner’s responsibility to ensure that anyone
who operates, adjusts, lubricates, maintains, cleans or
uses the machine in any way has had suitable
instruction and is familiar with the information in this
manual (particularly with regard to safety aspects).
Operators and other users of the machine should be
aware of potential hazards and operating limitations.
Be Prepared for Emergencies
Keep a first aid kit and fire extinguisher handy.
Keep emergency numbers for doctors, ambulance,
hospital and fire department near your telephone.
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SAFETY - General (Continued)
Appropriate Dress
Wear close fitting clothing and avoid rings or other forms of
jewellery which could become caught in the machinery.
People with long hair must have it securely fixed and confined
close to the head.
Refer to local safety standards for protective clothing and
recommended safety equipment.
Transport This Machine Safely
Ensure that all linkage pins and security clips are fitted correctly.
With trailing machines tow with the drawbar only, as this is the
only safe towing point on the machine.
Always check that bystanders (especially children) are well clear
(front and rear) before starting and moving the tractor and the
machine.
Plan safe routes of travel, and be aware of power lines and
other roadside hazards. Take particular care when towing
implements on hillsides.
Do not ride or allow passengers on the machine.
This machine is not designed to carry passengers, and no riders
are permitted.
Road transport
On public roads,
• A speed of 30km/h must not be exceeded.
• Do not operate during the hours of darkness unless standard
lights are fitted and clearly visible. (This also applies when
visibility is limited, e.g., in foggy conditions.)
See the guidelines in the Vehicle Dimensions and Mass Rule,
issued by the Land & Transport Safety Authority.
Avoid tip-overs
Avoid holes, ditches and obstructions which may cause the
machine to tip over, especially on hillsides. Never drive near the
edge of a gully or steep embankment - it might cave in. Slow
down for hillsides, rough ground and sharp turns.
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SAFETY - General (Continued)
Handle Agricultural Chemicals Safely
All farm chemicals should be stored, used, handled and
disposed of safely and in accordance with the
supplier’s/manufacturer’s recommendations.
Read the product label before using, noting any warnings
or special cautions, including any protective clothing or
equipment that may be required, ie. respirtor.
Do not eat or smoke while handling sprays, fertilisers, coated
seeds, etc. Afterwards, always wash your hands and face
before you eat, drink, smoke, or use the toilet.
Store sprays, fertilisers, coated seeds, etc. out of reach of
children and pets, and away from food and animal feeds.
Any symptoms of illness during or after using chemicals should
be treated according to the supplier’s/manufacturer’s
recommendations. If severe, call a physician or get the
patient to hospital immediately. Keep the container and/or
label for reference.
Avoid High Pressure Fluids
Avoid any contact with fluids leaking under pressure, because
the fluids can penetrate the skin surface.
Any fluid which penetrates the skin, will need to be removed
immediately by a medical expert. Seek specialist advice on
this type of injury.
Relieve the pressure before disconnecting any hydraulic or
other lines. Make all repairs and tighten all fittings before
re-connection to pressurised fluid.
Keep your hands and body away from any pinholes or high
pressure jets. Search for leaks with a piece of cardboard
instead of using your hand directly.
Safe Work Practices
All farm machinery is potentially dangerous and should be
treated with caution and respect.
Before starting the machine, ensure that all controls are placed
in neutral and that bystanders are well clear. Check that the
guards have been securely fitted and that any adjustments
have been made correctly.
Where possible, disconnect or isolate the drive mechanism to the
implement. Lower the machine onto the ground when not in use.
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SAFETY - General (Continued)
Practise Safe Maintenance
Keep the machine in safe working condition. Routine
maintenance and regular servicing will help reduce risks and
prolong the life of the machine.
General Maintenance
Accidents occur most frequently during servicing and repair.
The following general rules must be followed when maintaining
or working with machinery:
• All operating and maintenance manuals must be read
• before and referred to while using or servicing any piece of
equipment.
• Turn off all machinery power sources and isolate the
machine before making adjustments, doing lubrication,
repairs or any other maintenance on the machine.
• Ensure that the machine hydraulics are disconnected from
the power source.
• Wear gloves when handling components with cutting
edges, such as any ground cutting components.
• Beware of hazards created by springs under tension or
compression when dismantling or maintaining the
machine.
• It is recommended that you clean the machine with a water
blaster or similar apparatus before commencing
maintenance.
Make Sure the Machine is Well Supported
When machinery is fitted with hydraulics, do not rely on the
hydraulics to support the machine. During maintenance or while
making adjustments under the machine, always lock the
hydraulics and support the machine securely. Place blocks or
other stable supports under elevated parts before working on
these.
Electrical Maintenance
Disconnect the electrical supply from the tractor before doing
any electrical maintenance.
Welding
With electronic equipment in modern tractors it is advisable to
disconnect the machine from the tractor, or at least disconnect
the alternator and battery before attempting any welding.
Use Only Genuine Spare Parts
Unauthorised modifications or non-genuine spare parts may be
hazardous and impair the safe operation and working life of the
machine.
Excess lubricants must be disposed of safely so as not to
become a hazard.
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SAFETY - Machine Specific
This section of the manual gives specific guidelines for
the safe operation of the Roller Drill.
These guidelines were current at the time of publication, but
may be superseded by later circumstances. They do not
necessarily cover every possible hazard and must be read in
conjunction with the SAFETY - General section (Page 4 - 8).
Hazard Points on the Roller Drill
The lists below are not all-inclusive and serve only to highlight
the more obvious areas of risk.
The decals attached to the machine are a general reminder
that there are hazardous areas on the machine, rather than
specifically highlighting all possible hazards.
For decal locations on machine, refer Page 11.
No Ride
Passengers are not permitted anywhere on the machine.
Pinch Points/Moving Parts
Hazardous areas include:
• Drive chains.
• Sprockets between the drive axle, the clutch shaft and
the gearbox (RH side).
• Sprockets between the gearbox and the box shafts
(RH side).
• Agitator drive units (LH side).
• Agitator shaft inside the boxes.
• Seeder units, box shaft and shaft connectors.
• Rear wheel frame and linkages.
• Roller rings (externally and internally).
Slippery When Wet
Hazardous areas include:
• Footboard and footsteps.
• All smooth surfaces on the frame structure.
Keep Clear
Hazardous areas include:
• Between the tractor and Roller Drill.
• Immediately adjacent to the Roller Drill side.
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SAFETY - Machine Specific
(Continued)
Hazard Points on the Roller Drill
(Continued)
Chain Guards & Access Covers
To prevent hands, etc. getting caught in the gearbox drive
chain, a guard is provided to cover sprockets, chain and chain
tensioner mounted on the side of the mainframe side plate. A
guard is provided to cover the seedbox drive chains at the rear
of the gearbox. A two piece guard is also provided to cover the
sprockets, chain and chain tensioner driving from the roller
axle. All these guards must be fitted while using the machine.
Warning: Access to pinch points is still possible from
underneath the guards.
For guard locations on machine, refer Page 11.
Calibrating
Be particularly careful when calibrating the seeding rate. At this
time, the calibration trays have been removed and are no
longer covering the rotating seeder units. See Pinch
Points/Moving Parts (Page 9) for hazardous areas.
Transport
If fitted; the two large wheels at the rear of the machine are for
the purpose of transportation. They support and lift the
machine when linked to the tractor. After fitting the roller
transport chain (Refer P13) and raising the machine for
transport lock the hydraulics by use of the ball valve (tap)
attached to the rear of the hydraulic cyclinder. Refer
Transportation Section P12.
When towing using the transport wheels the roller must be
fully raised with the roller support chain correctly fitted.
Ensure that all linkage pins, security clips and safety chains
are fitted correctly.
Important - Refer to safety cautions in the Transportation
section, Page 12 of the manual.
Maintenance
Refer Page 24 - 29 for the Maintenance and Care section of
the manual.
Lubrication
Refer Page 25 for the Lubrication section of the manual.
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SAFETY - Machine Specific (Continued)
Safety Decals
& Safety Guards
2
12
4
8
5
Inside Box Lid
1
2
2
3
4
12
9
3
2
6
2
1
10
7
11
Item Decal/Guard
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Cross Reference
‘No Ride’
‘Pinch Point/Moving Parts’
‘Slippery When Wet’
‘Keep Clear’
Arrows
Don’t Use Wheel As Step
Guard (Clutch to Gearbox)
Guard (Gearbox to Seedbox)
Lower Chain Guard (Front)
Lower Chain Guard (Rear)
Inner Chain Guard (Lower)
‘30km/hr’
Refer
Refer
Refer
Refer
Refer
Refer
Refer
Refer
Refer
Refer
Refer
Page
Page
Page
Page
Page
Page
Page
Page
Page
Page
Page
9 & 32/33
9 & 32/33
9 & 32/33
9 & 32/33
32/33
32/33
10 & 32/33
10 & 32/33
10 & 32/33
10 & 32/33
10 & 32/33
Qty.
2
5
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
2
Table 2
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Transportation
Towing on the Road
1
Locate jack stand in transport position. Refer Fig 1.
2
Raise the drill into the transport position using the main
hydraulic ram.
3
Important - To avoid machine damage due to drill
lowering during transport, always close the hydraulic valve
on the rear of the main ram at the base of the drawbar.
Move the handle to a position at 900 to the hydraulic line.
Refer Fig 2.
4
Ensure lighting and oversize warning requirements meet
recommendations published by the local Land Transport
Authority or equivalent.
5
Maximum towing speed 30 km/hr.
fig 1
For countries other than New Zeaand greater speed
restrictions may apply, please refer to your local
transport authority.
Ensure towing vehicle requirements are adequate for the
towed vehicle e.g. mass, brakes. Refer to
recommendations published by the local Land Transport
Authority or equivalent.
Braking when towing can cause the load to jackknife. Use
extra care when towing in adverse conditions such as mud,
inclines and sharp bends.
fig 2
Lower towing speeds are recommmended on farm
roads/tracks and where one wheel is on or over a road
verge.
Hydraulic Valve
6
Attach safety chains to tractor. Refer Fig 3.
Safety chains must be crossed over underneath the
coupling and attached to the towing vehicle. The
attachment points must be as close as practical to the tow
coupling and one each side.The towbar on the towing
vehicle must be rated for the towed mass. Do not remove
or replace the safety chains provided with any other
than those specified in the parts manual.
Note: The safety chains are provided with sufficient length
to cater for all towing vehicles. Safety chains must be
shortened by cutting off excess length so that if the
coupling fails the drawbar will not hit the ground.
7
Important - Check tyre pressure before transporting.
Refer P 3.
fig 3
12
Use of Transport Support Chain
Transport Chain
A transport support chain (fig 4) is supplied to prevent the ring
shaft sagging during transport, it is important this is used and
fitted correctly using the following procedure:1 Lower transport wheels lifting rings 125 - 150mm clear of
the ground, unhook transport chain from storage position
and lay it on the ground. Drive slowly forward until chain is
trailing in a straight line to the rear.
2 Lower machine back onto the ground.
3 Remove “R” clip and chain anchor pin, Fig 5/1, at the rear.
Pull the chain up and fit the pin through a link with the chain
as tight as possible and replace “R” clip.
4 If required this chain may be tightened further using the
adjustment nut at the front of the machine. Refer Fig 5/2.
fig 4
2
Consequences of not using transport chain
include:1 Damage to machine.
2 Strain on axle bearings and mounts.
3 Strain or breakage of roller axle.
1
fig 5
Operation
General Operation Guidelines
1
Use a sufficiently powerful tractor which is heavy enough
to tow the drill safely.
2
Operate the drill at a speed of 6-10 km/hr (4-6 mph).
These are typical speeds in good conditions. In adverse
conditions a lower speed is recommended to minimise
rapid part deterioration or damage. Operating at too high a
speed can also result in greater vibration & uneven seed
flow at low seeding rates.
3
Check that the drill is level during calibration and operation.
4
After prolonged storage, check to see that all drive
mechanisms and hydraulic equipment are functioning
correctly.
5
Handle and apply chemically treated seeds according to
the manufacturers recommendations. Refer safety section.
6
Double check seed rates before seeding.
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3
3
3
3
3
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
(Row Spacing 150mm)
Seed Rate (kg/ha)
Gearbox Setting Position
Me
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m
Position
3/4
Full
Full
Full
Full
Full
3/4
3/4
3/4
3/4
3/4
3/4
3/4
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H/L
Bo
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Sli
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Wheat (41.2)
Oats (37.2)
Barley (45.7)
Peren. Grass (2.27)
Annual Grass (4.4)
Pasture Mix* ( - )
Lucerne (3.17)
Turnip (2.17)
Kale (3.20)
Swedes (3.25)
Rape (3.50)
White Clover (1.11)
Red Clover (2.23)
Sh
Test Seed Type/
Thousand Seed
Wgt., TSW*(gm)
Roller Drill Sowing Chart
Type
N
N
N
N
N
N
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
15
20
30
40
50
1.23 2.24
4.10
5.90
7.66
2.16
4.10
5.94
7.68
60
70
80
Hints
90
100
Agitator Stopped
1.20
2.11
2.07
3.83
5.66
7.37
1.04 2.00
3.90
5.70
7.20
2.42
4.54
6.44
8.49 10.42 12.44
Shutter Slide*: For Grain, changing the Shutter Slide from 3/4 to Full gives
10% to 15% more flow.
Pasture Mix*: Test Mixture = 72% Perennial Grass, 8% White Clover,
8% Cocksfoot, 8% Concord, 4% Red Clover
14
Agitator
Agitator
Agitator
Agitator
Agitator
Agitator
Stopped
Stopped
Stopped
Stopped
Stopped
Stopped
Bottom Flap*: The values shown were the optimum test settings,
decreasing the gap may cause seed damage, too large a gap will give
intermittent flow rates. (Flaps are spring loaded to cope with small
variations in seed/granule size).
fig 6
Metering Wheel*: N = Normal Metering Wheel
F = Fine Seed Metering Wheel
TSW*:
TSW(gm) x Desired Plants/m2 = Sowing Rate (Kg/Ha)
Germination %
Basic Calibration Procedure
Gearbox Setting Lever
To set the seed rate at the gearbox, slacken the star knob by
turning counter-clockwise and move into the position indicated in
the Sowing Chart. Retighten the star knob firmly.
Refer Fig 7.
Important
The settings shown in the Sowing Charts (kg/ha) can only serve
as reference values. Deviations may occur caused by
differences in the size, shape, density of the seed and by the
dressing agent. Therefore prior to any sowing, always carry
out calibration trials to accurately determine the actual seed
rate.
fig 7
Using the stepless variable speed gearbox, the speed of the
metering shaft and thus the seed rate is set steplessly. The
higher the figure indicated on the scale (Fig 7) by the setting
lever the greater the seed rate.
Selecting the Gear Ratio
When required to operate at high seed rates the clutch output
sprocket is set at 19 tooth and the gearbox input at 15 tooth.
This is the standard setting as supplied ex the factory.
(Referred to as the High Speed Setting). Refer Fig 8 and to
P20, Fig 17.
The alternative setting for lower seed rates is to reverse these
two sprockets so that the clutch output is 15 tooth and the
gearbox input is 19 tooth.
(Referred to as the Low Speed Setting).
Refer to P20, Fig 18.
fig 8
B
A
C
Setting Seeder Shutter Slides
The varying flow properties of seeds require different shutter
slide positions which may be found in the Sowing Chart for the
individual type of seed. This corresponds to one of the three
settings in Fig 9.
Fig17/A
Fig17/B
Fig17/C
Closed
3/4 Open
Fully Open
fig 9
1
Bottom Flap Settings
10
The various seed sizes require matching bottom flap clearances
below the metering wheel. The adjusting plate allows for 10
different settings. The required position for the seed type may be
found in the Sowing Chart. The control levers are located on the
LH end of the seedbox, (opposite end to the gearbox).
Number “1” corresponds to the minimum (closed) position and
“10” the maximum gap.
Refer Fig 10.
fig 10
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Seed Calibration
The calibration test should be done to confirm the required
seed rate and is done with the drill stationary and level.
Seed Calibration Procedures
1
fig 11
1
Remove the calibration tray from the brackets on the
seedbox. Place the tray (or trays) on the support
members below the seeders.
2
Position all the clear plastic seed diverters to redirect
the seed into the calibration trays as in Fig 11/1.
3
Make sure all the shutters are open and set to the
position indicated in the seed charts for your particular
seed. Refer P 14, Fig 6 & P 15, Fig 9.
4
Agitator Shaft - Check the seed chart for hints on
whether to connect or disconnect this shaft during
seeding. Refer P 14, Fig 6 & Fig 12/1.
5
For the test, half fill the box with seed. If this is not
possible make sure the seed is evenly distributed within
the box.
6
Now the 3 basic settings must be made using the figures
from the Sowing Charts P 14. For setting method refer...
1
P 15.
P 15.
P 15.
P 15.
fig 12
Gearbox Setting Lever.
Selecting the Gear Ratio.
Setting Seeder Shutter Slides.
Bottom Flap settings.
Note For seeds which are not covered in the Sowing
Chart, use the figures for a seed of comparable size and
shape.
fig 13
7
Place the crank handle over the hexagonal drive dog on
the gearbox input shaft and turn clockwise until the seed
flows consistently from the seeders. To ensure complete
filling of the seed unit continue turning the crank until
the calibration tray is approximately half full then empty
into the seedbox. The drill is now ready for calibration.
Refer Fig 13.
8
Turn the crank handle the required number of
revolutions as in the table on P 17.
Note The Calibration is usually done for 1/40th hectare.
For very small seed rates or when using inaccurate
scales (i.e. unable to measure to the nearest gram) the
calculation based on 1/10th hectare should be used.
1
Scales must be accurate to 2 grams as any error
can be multiplied by up to 40 giving inaccurate
calibration results.
16
Number of Hand Crank Turns for Seed Rate Calibration
9
Sowing
Width (m)
2.37
2.67
2.97
2.37
2.67
2.97
31.5
28
25
50
44.5
40
Tu
He rns
cta for
1
re
/1
0
Machine
Size
8 ft
9 ft
10 ft
8 ft
9 ft
10 ft
Tu
He rns
cta for
1
re
/4
0
The figures represented below are for arable conditions (worked
ground) and are calculated to indicate an average situation. If there is
any doubt as to the accuracy of these figures for the conditions, it is
advisable to run at least 1 of the 2 checks on the calibration figures
listed. Refer P 18, Recalculating the Constant, and/or P 19, Roller
Ring Slip Deviations.
125
111
100
201
178.5
160.5
Low
Speed
Speed Setting Gearbox Clutch
Sprocket Sprocket
High
Speed
Low Speed
(Standard)
19 Tooth 15 Tooth
High Speed
15 Tooth 19 Tooth
Weigh the seed collected during the test in kilograms
10 Calculate the seed rate by multiplying the kgs previously
collected x 40 (1/40th ha method) or x 10 (1/10th ha
method) depending on requirement. If the resultant
calculation does not produce the desired seed rate use
the enclosed seed rate calculator disc to determine the
correct gearbox setting.
For 1/40 Hectare (250 m2) Calibration
Seed Rate = Actual Seed Collected (kg) x 40
For 1/10 Hectare (1000 m2) Calibration
Seed Rate = Actual Seed Collected (kg) x 10
Refer Use of Seed Rate Calculator P 18.
Suggestion To be on the safe side and until confidence has been
gained with the method of calibration it is advisable to conduct a
second test at the newly determined gearbox setting.
11 Where a coated seed is used it is advisable to check the calibration
after 1 hectare as dressings can tend to create a coating on the
seed metering wheels thus changing the the flowing properties of
the seed which in turn alters the seed rate.
Calculating Number of Hand Crank Turns for
Other Working Widths
1
For clutch output sprocket of 15 tooth and gearbox input
sprocket of 19 tooth (standard Low Speed Setting)...
Constant (For Crank Turns) = 0.2968
2
2
Area in Metre
Crank Turns =
x Constant
Working Width
For clutch output sprocket of 19 tooth and gearbox input
sprocket of 15 tooth (standard High Speed Setting)...
Constant (For Crank Turns) = 0.4762
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Recalculating the Constant
!
It is especially important in arable situations to check
the rolling circumference of the Roller Rings when in
the cultivated area to be sown, and if necessary, recalculate
the constant and hence the number of crank turns.
If there is a significant difference at that time from the figure
used for calculations in this manual (Fig 14), the constant
should be recalculated and hence the crank turns for those
particular conditions.
Note - If a significant difference is found in the rolling
circumference the H1 setting should also be adjusted on the
hectaremeter. Refer P 22.
1
2
0.5639
Low Speed
Constant = Rolling Circumference
of Roller Ring
0.9048
High Speed
Constant = Rolling Circumference
of Roller Ring
Rolling Circumference
used for calibration was... 1.9 metres
To recalculate the constant due to altered conditions or
specific requirements use the formulae in Fig 14.
fig 14
To obtain the rolling circumference of the roller ring 1/2 fill
the seed/fertiliser boxes or simulate this loading.
Mark an end ring of the drill at 900 to the ground and
the point of contact with a mark on the ground.
Move the drill forward 3 revolutions until the
mark on the ring is again at 900 to the
ground. Measure the distance along the
ground and divide by 3 to give the rolling
circumference of the roller ring.
Use of Seed Rate
Calculator
Determining the gear box
scale setting using the
calculator.
Usually the first calibration test yields
a different seed rate. However with the
value determined from the first test it is
possible to determine the correct
gearbox setting with the aid of the
enclosed disc calculator, Fig 15. The disc
calculator consists of 3 scales. An outer white
scale (Fig 15/1) for all seed rates above 30 kg/ha
and an inner scale Fig 15/2 for all seed rates below
30 kg/ha. On the middle coloured scale (Fig 15/3) are all
the gearbox setting numbers to a maximum value of 100.
Setting Example (Desired seed Rate 125kg/ha)
1
2
3
4
From the calibration procedure (described on P 16,17) at a gearbox lever setting of
“70” a seed rate of 175 kg/ha was obtained.
Turn the inner disc until the measured seed rate of 175kg/ha (Fig 15/A) is in line
with the related actual gearbox setting of “70”.(Fig 15/B)
Read off from the disc rule the necessary gearbox setting for the required seed
rate of 125kg/ha (Fig 15/C) In this example the correct setting is “50” (Fig 15/D)
To be on the safe side the new gearbox setting can be checked by another
calibration test.
18
fig 15
Calibration Deviations
Deviations Between the Calibration Test and the
Actual Seed Rate
The most frequent cause for changes between the calibration
test and the seed rate lies in the flowing properties of seed
during sowing. These changes in properties generally result
from reactions of the dressing agents to temperature, humidity
or abrasion. These changes will become even more obvious
when the bottom flaps are incorrectly set. If the setting of these
flaps leaves too large a gap an uncontrollable additional flow of
seed can occur during seeding; especially when assisted by the
drill bouncing, a condition not simulated while conducting the
calibration tests. For this reason the basic setting of the bottom
flaps should be checked at regular intervals. For more details
refer P 29, Fig 28 & 29.
Residues from the seed dressing on the bottom flaps and
metering wheels can also influence the flowing properties of the
seed and thus the seed rate. In such cases a balance will occur
only after a period of time and it is recommended to repeat the
calibration test to confirm the seed rate after 2-3 seedbox fillings,
nominally when the seed box is half empty.
Only then will a balance occur and the seed rate will stabilise.
Roller Ring Slip Deviations
It is always possible in extreme ground conditions to get Roller
slip. Not normally a problem in good conditions, but more so in
the arable situation. The result; large differences between the
calibration test and the actual sowing rate, obviously less seed
deposited than required. The number of crank turns indicated in
the table on P 17 is correct in most circumstances other than
those mentioned above; however soft seed beds and a fully
laden machine can affect the effective rolling circumference of
the Ring.
Should you require to check this due to some unforeseen
circumstances proceed as follows...
Measure an area of 250 m2 (1/40 Hectare) - this corresponds to
a machine travel of... Refer Fig 16.
Machine
Size
8 foot
9 foot
10 foot
Sowing
Travel
Width (m) Distance
2.37
105.5m
2.67
93.5m
2.97
84.0m
fig 16
For this calibration test place the crank handle over the
hexagonal drive dog on the gearbox input shaft. Now move the
machine forward over the measured distance, counting the
number of turns of the crank handle as you go. Using this
number of crank turns repeat the calibration.
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Hints for Sowing with Variable Speed Gearbox
High Speed
15T
This gearbox allows for stepless changes in the speed of the
metering shaft and thus the seed rates. Due to the variations in
seed type and application rates there are 2 speed ranges
available.
By changing from High Speed to Low Speed the range of
settings and control is dramatically increased. The machines are
supplied ex the factory set to the high speed configuration.
Change to the Low Speed when the gearbox setting is down to
10 on the scale and the desired seed rate cannot be obtained.
To change the speed setting remove the chain cover (Fig 17).
Then loosen the grub screws in both sprockets, release the
tension from the chain, remove sprockets and chain together
and interchange as in Fig 18. Align sprockets, and retighten all
grub screws. Replace guard and calibrate as required.
19T
fig 17
Low Speed
19T
To Determine the Gearbox Setting after a Speed
Change
For determining the correct gearbox setting after the speed
change, conduct the first test at 50. With the weight of seed
collected find your correct setting with the aid of the disc
calculator refer P 18, Fig 15.
15T
fig 18
Sowing of Fine Seeds
For sowing fine seeds the Roller Seed Drill is equipped as
3
standard with a combined normal and fine seed “Elite” metering
wheel (Fig 19/1).
During grain sowing and other larger varieties of seed both the
normal and fine seed metering wheels are coupled and both rotate.
In order to convert the seed drill to sow fine seed insert the crank
handle and rotate clockwise until the holes (Fig 19/2) of the fine
seed wheel are visible. Using the tool supplied (Fig 20/1)
disengage the the pin inside the hole so that the normal
metering wheel rotates freely on the metering shaft.
At this time it would be advisable to close any shutter slides
not required for the fine seed sowing.
When seed is to be sown again using the normal metering wheel
press the pin, from the normal metering wheel side (opposite
direction to before), using the tool, back into the hole of the fine
seed wheel thus reconnecting the drive between the two.
1
2
fig 19
1
1
fig 20
20
1
Small Seed
Calibration with Disconnected Agitator Shaft
The fine seed metering wheel used in Clough Drills is
especially well suited for sowing small seeds such as rape.
Due to the intensive action caused by the agitator the seeds
can adhere to each other, or be damaged, causing irregular
sowing/germination. Therefore it is recommended that
when sowing small seeds, especially oil seeds and thin
shelled seeds, the drive to the agitator is disconnected.
To do this remove the lynch pin as shown in Fig 21/1.
fig 21
Deviations between the calibrated and actual seed rate can
occur when residual dressing agent sticks to the bottom flaps
and thus slows the flow of seed. Before beginning the actual
calibration test fill the calibration trays by turning the crank
handle at a high speed around the 90 setting on the gearbox
scale. This will cause an immediate buildup of the dresssing
agent on the flaps. Return the contents of the calibration trays
to the seed box and proceed with the actual calibration. Due
to the residue buildup on the flaps your calibration will now
reflect accurately the required seed rate.
It is advisable with small seeds to use the 1/10 hectare
method for your calibration, thus cutting down on weighing
errors.
Note - Remember to reconnect the agitator shaft as required
for other seeds otherwise the consistency of seed rate will be
affected.
Caution - When resetting the metering wheels
on the seeder shaft
Care should be taken when tightening the grub screws
(P 20 Fig 19/3) on the fine seed wheel. Adjust the grubscrew
until the movement of the metering wheel just stops, then
tighten no more than 1/8 of a turn.
Do not overtighten as this can result in breakages while
operating and may render the warranty on these units void.
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Hectaremeter Settings
Setup
Refer to the installation and operation instructions supplied with
your hectaremeter kit (Fig 22/1) for information on installation,
calibration, operation and servicing.
The table below (Fig 23) gives the effective working widths for the
various machines depending on the machine size and the row
spacing.
The calibration procedure described in the hectaremeter
handbook involves accurately measuring the circumference of the
roller rings and entering and storing this value in the meter. The
effective sowing width also needs to be entered. For measuring
the roller ring circumference refer P 18, To obtain the rolling
circumference of the Roller Rings.
1
fig 22
Note - If under certain operating conditions a calibration check indicates a significant
difference in the rolling circumference of the roller rings, the hectaremeter should be
recalibrated by changing the H1 setting for the period of operation under those conditions.
Sowing Width Table
Machine Size
Effective Working Width (m)
8’ Drill
9’ Drill
10 Drill
2.37
2.67
2.97
fig 23
Example:
Computronics 1100 Area Meter Setup for 9’ Roller Drill
(Referring to Sowing Width Table Above)
9’ Roller Drill = 2.67m Sowing Width
Drive Ratio From Roller Rings to Sensor = 25/35 = .7143
Rolling Circumference of Roller Rings = 1.9m
Circumference of Rings
Drive Ratio
1.9
=
0.7143
H1 - Distance per Pulse =
= 2.66m
Therefore:
and
H1 Setting = 2660mm
H2 Setting = 2.67metres
Distance Travelled per Pulse
Effective Sowing Width
Please record the settings for your machine in case you are
required to re-enter them at some time in the future.
It is advisable as with all things electronic to have a backup of
your totals. We suggest you record these on a daily basis in a
notebook or diary.
NB These settings will be found on the front cover of this manual and on a label stuck to
the hectaremeter supplied.
H1
22
H2
Roller Seed Drill
Calibration Notes
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Maintenance & Care
General Safety and Accident Prevention Advice
1
Make sure that if the tractor remains attached to the drill
and that the ignition key is removed.
2
During maintenance the drill should be supported in such a
manner that if hydraulic failure was to occur the machine
would still be adequately supported.
3
Disconnect the electrical supply from the tractor before
doing any electrical maintenance.
4
Refer to safety sections for more safety information.
General Cautionary Maintenance Advice
1
Electric Welding - With the electronic equipment in
modern tractors it is advisable to completely disconnect the
implement from the tractor, or at the very least disconnect
the alternator before attempting any welding.
2
Hydraulics - Ensure hydraulic couplings (male & female)
are clean before connecting. Dirty couplings will result in
hydraulic oil contamination and hydraulic cylinder seal
damage and bore scores. This in turn will result in oil
leakage past the piston seals.
No filter is fitted to the hydraulic system. If hydraulic fittings
and oil supply are not going to be kept clean it is
recommended that a filter be fitted to prevent hydraulic
cylinder damage.
3
Water Blasting - Water blasting, steam cleaning or other
pressurised cleaning processes can force dirt etc. into
undesirable places that may cause damage or rapid part
wear to items such as bearings, seals, chains, bushes etc.
Caution must be exercised.
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Lubrication
Your new Duncan Roller Drill will give long and efficient
service if given normal care and maintained properly.
3
2
4
10
9
8
7
3
1
1
7
Rear Link Pivot
Rear Hitch
6
Wheel Frame Pivot
5
6
fig 24
Lubrication Chart
Item Components
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Wheel Bearings
Gearbox
Drive Chains
Jack, Turnbuckle, Tow Eye
Wheel Frame Pivot
Hitch Pivots
Roller Bearings
Clutch/Box Shaft Bearings
Agitator Shaft
Seeder Shafts
Lubricant
*Frequency
Castrol LMX Grease
Castrol Hyspin AWH 32/68 Oil (1 Litre)
Suitable Roller Chain Lubricant
Castrol LMX Grease
Castrol LMX Grease
Castrol LMX Grease
Castrol LMX Grease
(Pre-packed & Sealed)
Nylon Bushes
Nylon Supports
Annually
Maintain Level
6 Monthly
6 Monthly
Weekly
Weekly
Monthly
Not Required
Not Required
Not Required
* The lubrication frequencies are only a guide. Actual frequency will depend on extent of use & ground conditions.
Precautions with Grease
Greases should not be mixed as the structure may be weakened by the mixing of different types of
thickener which may cause softening and loss of grease from bearings by running out.
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Maintenance Schedule
Components
Daily
Weekly
Pre Season
(or after 20Ha)
(or after 100Ha)
(or 1000 Ha)
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Roller Rings for Looseness
Seeders/Agitators/Bottom Flaps
Transport Wheel Nuts
Pivot Pin Fasteners
Coupling/Safety Chains
Transport Chain
Roller Drive Chains
Gearbox/Clutch
Hydraulics (Oil Leaks)
Bolted Connections
Tyre Pressures (Refer P3)
Framework
Maintenance of Roller Rings
The roller rings are kept pressed together by a series of disc springs (Belleville Washers) and spacer
rings. Because the cast rings are free to rotate on the axle independently the rings will wear. If this
exceeds the amount able to be taken up by the disc springs an extra spacer ring should be fitted.
Signs that indicate a spacer ring should be added:1 Visible gaps between the rings.
2 Spacers/Disc springs easily rotated on the shaft.
3 When fitted support chain forces rings apart and wedges between them.
Procedure for retensioning rings (Refer Fig 25 P27)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
Support frame and machine on firm level surface, taking some weight off the rings.
Unbolt bearing mount from frame at the non-drive end.
Remove non-drive end (LH) endcap assembly fig 25/1.
Remove M24 set screw, fig 25/2, from end of shaft, complete with small spacer, fig 32/3, and small
disc springs, fig 25/4.
Remove bearing mount and shaft spacer, fig 25/5.
Remove spacers, large disc springs, (note how these are arranged) and 6mm spacer ring.
At drive end (RH) check sprocket (on sprocket hub on plain roller) is hard against shaft shoulder and
its grub screws are tight.
Check 6mm spacer is hard against sprocket on hub.
Work all rings towards drive end tensioning them equally each side and top and bottom.
The last ring (non-drive LH end) should overhang the 65 dia end of the shaft.
Replace 6mm spacer ring and large disc springs (check for cracks or breakages).
Build up spacer rings so the final spacer ring overhangs the shaft step by 8-10mm.
Replace shaft spacer and bearing mount, check oil seal for wear or damage.
Replace M24 set screw, small disc springs and spacer - ensure small disc springs sit over spacer
and do not slip down between spacer and screw head.
Replace end cap assembly and regrease.
Rebolt bearing mount to frame.
Release tensioning mechanism from rings.
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Consequence of not tensioning rings:1
2
3
4
5
Inconsistent drive/seeding.
Accelerated ring wear.
Excessive flexing of the shaft.
Damage to other machine components.
Possible breakage of shaft.
6mm
Spacer Ring
Pt No 23811P
12mm
Spacer Ring
Pt No 23813P
5
Roller Plain End
Please Note :
To compensate for changes in
Ring width due to initial wear,
extra spacers may have been
supplied
with your machine to aid in
retensioning your Roller Ring
4
Orientation
of Large
Belleville
Washers
3
2
1
Maximum allowable
compression = 8.0 - 10.0mm.
Orientation
of Small
Belleville
Washers
20mm
Spacer Ring
Pt No 23814P
fig 25
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Maintenance Schedule
(Refer also to Summary Chart P26)
1
Bolted Connections
All bolted connections on the machine should be checked after
the first 30 hours of operation and retightened if necessary
thereafter at regular intervals. (1000 hectares or annually
whichever occurs first).
2
Gearbox
The oil level in the gearbox can be seen in the oil gauge window.
Refer Fig 26/1. Changing the gearbox oil is normally not
necessary. For refilling the oil remove the 1/2” BSP plug on the
top face of the gearbox, hydraulic oil Castrol Hyspin AWH 32-68
should be used. The total filling capacity is 1 litre.
DO NOT OVERFILL.
3
Maintenance of the Clutch
The clutch is of the wrap spring type and is operated by a small
hydraulic ram.
If the “V’ ring seals get damaged or prolonged working in a very
dusty environment has caused the clutch to stick or slip. It
should be fully dismantled and thoroughly cleaned. Inspect “V”
ring seals for wear or damage, if time allows soak in oil
overnight before refitting. Check spring for cracks or damage
especially to the “tang” that fits into the outer housing.
Thoroughly dry all components and reassemble carefully. DO
NOT USE ANY LUBRICANTS.
4
Roller Chains
All drive chains should first be checked after 20 hours of
operation and thereafter every 100 Ha of operation as follows:The metering wheels of the seed drill are driven via roller chains
from the roller shaft.
The roller chain (Fig 27/1) and spring loaded tensioner
(Fig 27/2) should still be checked periodically by removing the
cover on the inside of the frame.
The other drive chains also have spring loaded tensioners, but
should still be checked at regular intervals as previously
mentioned. Refer P 25.
Removing the guard from the back of the gearbox gives access
to the tensioner on the input drive.
The other tensioner on the output end of the gearbox is
accessed by removing the cover on the outside of the drive
pedestal.
Cleaning of the roller chains is recommended after long periods
of operation. Remove the chain, wash in kerosene and then dip
them in heated grease, oil or spray them with a suitable
commercial roller chain lubricant.
1
fig 26
2
1
fig 27
28
5
Grease Nipples (Refer Lubrication Chart P25)
Grease at regular intervals (weekly or after 100Ha).
Grease nipples and the grease gun should be carefully
cleaned before use and dirty grease should be fully
discharged from the bushes. Wipe off excess grease and
dispose of safely.
6
Bottom Flaps
The required seed rate is controlled by both the metering
wheels and the bottom flaps. The seed flows from the seed
box into the metering wheel housings. Inside the metering
wheel housing (Fig 28/1) the seed is caught between the
metering wheel (Fig 28/2) and the bottom flap (Fig 28/3).
The metered amount of seed is transported by the
metering wheel to the edge of the bottom flap where it
drops off into the seed guide tube which leads to the
coulter. Varying grain sizes require the matching of the flap
clearance to the different grain sizes. This matching is
done by raising or lowering the bottom flaps by using the
flap adjusting lever on the LH end of the seed box. If larger
foreign particles, e.g. stones get between the metering
wheel and the bottom flap, the bottom flap can give way
downwards. A strong return spring (Fig 28/4) brings the
bottom flap immediately back into the working position.
The metering system should be checked every 1/2 year
or before any sowing period with an empty seed box
and empty metering housings.
Use the following proceedure:
Put the bottom flap setting lever (located on the LH end of
the seed boxes) in position “1”. Refer Fig 29.
By turning the metering wheel shaft by hand check the
flaps are all set to a gap of 0.1 to 0.5mm (refer Fig 28).
To adjust individual flaps use the spring tensioning screw
(Fig 36/5).
7
Tyre Pressure
The recommmended tyre pressure is 3.1-4.2 bar (45-60psi).
Check tyre pressure regularly to ensure correct pressure is
maintained. Weekly checks are recommended.
fig 28
Note: Re Maintenance Schedule (P26)
fig 29
Where the frequency is given in terms of time of use (e.g.
weekly) or area covered (e.g.100 Ha) perform the
maintenance task based on whichever occurs first.
Storage
Preparing the Machine for Storage.
Locate a dry level surface. The machine should be stored
wherever possible with the rams retracted. The drive chains
should be lubricated with suitable roller chain lubricant before
prolonged periods of storage.
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Roller Seed Drill
30
Maintenance Notes
Parts List
Roller Seed
Drill
From Serial Number 07273
Head Office:
P.O. Box 2018
Hilton Highway, Washdyke
Timaru, New Zealand
Telephone (03) 688 2029
Facsimile (03) 688 2821
31
Australian Branch:
4B Silverton Close
Laverton North 3026
Melbourne, Australia
Telephone (03) 9314-9666
Facsimile (03) 9314-6810
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22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
Part No.
Refer Page 34/35
Refer Page 43
23853
Refer Page 38/39
24390
24135
24087
Refer Page 44/45
Refer Page 45
Refer Page 46/47
Refer Page 48/49
Refer Page 52/53
24085
24148
Refer Page 56/57
45143
45163
Refer Below
Refer Below
43621
43604
43605
43606
28449
Refer Page 60/61
23966
45272
Refer Page 50/51
Refer Page 59
Refer Page 58
Refer P 40/41/42
24078
24082
43906
43901
43902
43909
43905
43709
43832
28720
45086
45141
45001S
45152
45166
43911
Complete Assembly
Description
Qty.
Mainframe & Drawbar
Hydraulics
Roller Ring Support Chain Assembly
Roller Assembly
Drive Guard (Refer Also Page 48/49)
Crank Arm & Handle Assembly
Outside Guard (Refer Also Page 48/49)
Roller Drive
Drive Chains
Clutch Shaft Assembly
Gearbox Drive Pedestal
Clutch Assembly
Inner Chain Guard Lower (Refer Also Page 48/49)
Gearbox Final Assembly (Refer Also Page 54/55)
Seedbox Assembly
M24 Nyloc Nut
M24 H.D. Flat Washer
Ripstop Weather Skirt
Calibration Tray Assembly
Natier 10.0 / 75 - 15.3 Wheel Assembly (Includes Items 21, 22 & 23)
Natier Tyre 10.0 / 75-15.3 (Spares Only)
Tube 10.0 / 75-15.3 (Spares Only)
Wheel Rim 9.0 x 15.3 (Spares Only)
Wheel Hub Assembly (Refer Also Page 36/37)
Seeder Assembly
Chain Anchor Pin
R-Clip S12
Box Shaft Assembly
Agitator Shaft Assembly
Agitator Drive
Wiring & Lighting Kit (Optional)
Lower Chain Guard (Front)
Lower Chain Guard (Rear)
Decal ‘No Ride’ (75x99)
Decal ‘Pinch Point/Moving Parts’ (50x66)
Decal ‘Slippery When Wet’ (100x45)
Decal ‘Keep Clear’ (38x192)
Decal Arrow (25x35)
Decal Don’t Use Wheel As Step (70x110)
Coupling Safety Chain
Safety Chain Sleeve
M20 x 260 Class 8.8 Zinc Plated Bolt
M20 Nyloc Nut
M10 x 20 Class 4.6 Zinc Plated Set Screw
M10 Zinc Plated Light Flat Washer
M10 Zinc Plated Spring Washer
‘30 km/hr’
Part numbers for different width machines
Item
8’ Drill
9’ Drill
10’ Drill
18
19
25
24217
24232
N=16
24218
24235
N=18
24219
24238
N=20
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
*N
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
5
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
1
2
2
2
2
*N Where N = number of Seeder Assemblies
fitted. e.g. 18 for 9’.0” Machine (see table
below for part number).
Pt. No. 67331
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2
20
3
Rear Link Pivot
1
7
32
9
23 26
6
5
30
27
25
22
16
19
21
28
4
Rear Hitch
29
31
17 21 22 28
8
14
18
22 28
23 26
33 24
Wheel Frame Pivot
22
28
15
21
13
34
11 12 10
Roller Seed Drill
Mainframe & Drawbar
Item
Part No.
Description
Qty.
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
32
33
31478
4800315
23870
Refer below
43395
23957
23961
23951
43628
Refer below
Refer below
24177
24023
22262
23955
23985
31124
23991
23965
45180
43118
45001S
45040
45130
45137
45140
45151
45166
45272
45276
45277
45411S
45419S
2500 kg Jack and Stub Assembly
Hose Support
Drawbar Assembly Standard
Chassis Assembly
H.D. Ratchet Ram Turnbuckle
Turnbuckle Top Pin
Rear Stay
Drawbar Pivot Pin
Double Acting Ram 3.5” x 305 x 3/4”-16 SAE
Outer Seed Chute Set
Inner Seed Chute Set
4 Run Centre Seed Chute Set
Wheel Frame Assembly
Ram Pin Assembly
Pivot Pin Assembly (35.0 mm Dia)
Hitch Pivot Arm Assembly
Pivot Pin Assembly
Hitch Assembly
Pivot Pin Assembly (30.0 mm Dia)
M8 x 10 Socket Head Grub Screw
M8 x 1.25 Pitch Grease Nipple (Straight)
M10 x 20 Class 8.8 Z/P Setscrew
M16 x 50 Class 8.8 Z/P Bolt
M10 Hexagon Nut Z/P
M8 Nyloc Nut
M16 Nyloc Nut
M8 Light Flat Washer
M10 Spring Washer Z/P
R-Clip (S12)
6.0 mm Dia x 40.0 mm Roll Pin
6.0 mm Dia x 50.0 mm Roll Pin
M8 x 20 Class 4.6 Z/P Setscrew
M10 x 30 Class 4.6 Z/P Setscrew
Part numbers for different width machines
Item
8’ Drill
9’ Drill
10’ Drill
4
10
11
23945
24158
24158
23946
24158
24167
23947
24167
24167
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
2
2
1
1
1
2
1
2
1
1
1
5
6
4
5
10
4
10
6
2
2
4
10
5
*3. Alternative Drawbar
Part No 23869 Drawbar Assembly Short.
Pt. No. 67331
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6
12
8
9
5
1
2
3
4
Hub Detail
Complete Hub = 7
2 Off Per Machine
10
36
11
Roller Seed Drill
Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Part No.
43596
43597
43598
43599
43600
24017
28449
43603
43421
10282
45303
Wheel Hub Assemblies
Description
Qty.
A.D.R. M16 -1.5P x 45 Hub Stud
A.D.R. M16 - 1.5P Wheel Nut
A.D.R. M27 - 1.5P Castle Nut
A.D.R. 62mm Hub Cap
A.D.R. Hub
Wheel Stub Axle
A.D.R. Hub Set (As Shown)
Outer Lip Oil Seal
30209 J2 Inner Bearing
30206 J2 Outer Bearing
3.5 Diameter x 40 Long Cotter Pin
Trash Sheild
5
5
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
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14
Standard Roller Profile
15
14
4
15 Deep Vee Roller Drill Profile
4
8
18
5
7
10
1
3
9
11
Box Drive
End
18
16
12
17
6
2
10
1
4
3
17
5
9
13
11
19
Plain End
16
12
38
Roller Seed Drill
Roller Assembly
Item
Part No.
Description
Qty.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
17420
23802
23806
Refer Below
23811P
23813P
23816
23817
23824
23834
43118
43623
43624
43625
43626
43629
45100
45186
23814P
6011-2RS1 Bearing (Inside Seal Removed)
Shaft Spacer (Non-drive End)
Spacer
75 Diameter Shaft
6mm Ring Spacer
12mm Ring Spacer
Sprocket Hub (minus sprocket) Roller Only
25 Tooth 1/2” Pitch Sprocket Assembly Roller Drill
Endcap Assembly
Flexible Bearing Mount
M8 x 1.25 Pitch Straight Grease Nipple
63 x 31 x 3.5 Disc Spring
125 x 64 x 3.5 Disc Spring
3” x 26” Standard Roller Ring (Roller Only)
3” x 26” Deep Vee Roller Ring (Roller Drill)
(TC 62 80 08) Oil Seal
M24 x 50 Class 8.8 Zinc Plated Bolt
M10 x 12 Socket Head Grubscrew
20mm Ring Spacer
2
1
2
1
3
3
1
1
2
2
2
4
3
Refer Below
Refer Below
2
2
2
1
Please Note :
To compensate for changes in Ring width due to wear, extra spacers may
have been supplied with your machine to aid in retensioning your Roller
Ring assembly as required.
Part numbers and quantities for different machines
Item
8’ Roller
Quantity
9’ Roller
Quantity
4
14
15
23807
43625
43626
1
30
30
23808
43625
43626
1
34
34
10’ Roller
Quantity
23809
43625
43626
1
38
38
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6
5
40
Roller Seed Drill
Item
Part No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
24228
24227
43435
43436
43437
43438
43443
43444
43448
45122
45137
45399
45401S
45860
Standard Wiring & Lighting Kit
Description
Qty.
Lamp Bracket Assembly L.H.
Lamp Bracket Assembly R.H.
Combination Rear Lamp
Marker Lamp
Trailer Round Connector Plug
5 Core Trailer Flex (15 to 21 Run x 12m, 23/25 Run x 13m)
White 1mm Appliance Wire x 1m
Brown 1mm Appliance Wire x 1m
No. 6 Rubber Grommet
M6 Class 8.8 Zinc Plated Hex Nut
M8 Nylock Nut
M8 x 30 Class 4.6 Zinc Plated Bolt
M6 x 16 Class 4.6 Zinc Plated Set Screw
No. 12 x 3/4” Pan PZ Zinc Plated Self Tapping Screw
5W Festoon Bulb 15 x 44mm
21W Festoon Bulb 15 x 44mm
RH Side
LH Side
7
8
16
15
1
1
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
4
4
4
4
4
10
16
1
2
16
10
15
9
16
8
7
13 10
15
3
3
14
14
6
6
12 11
13 10
15
4
11 12
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Plain Roller
Part No.
22346
22347
43435
43436
43437
43438
43443
43444
43448
45122
45137
45395
45401S
45860
24033
28562
45157
43333
45035
45139
43818
Optional Wiring & Lighting Kit Pt No 24032K
Description
Qty.
Lamp Bracket Assembly L.H.
Lamp Bracket Assembly R.H.
Combination Rear Lamp
Marker Lamp
Trailer Round Connector Plug
5 Core Trailer Flex
White 1mm Appliance Wire x 1m
Brown 1mm Appliance Wire x 1m
No. 6 Rubber Grommet
M6 Class 8.8 Zinc Plated Hex Nut
M8 Nylock Nut
M8 x 70 Zinc Plated Bolt
M6 x 16 Class 4.6 Zinc Plated Set Screw
No. 12 x 3/4” Pan PZ Zinc Plated Self Tapping Screw
5W Festoon Bulb 15 x 44mm (Spares Only)
21W Festoon Bulb 15 x 44mm (Spares Only)
Light Mount Stand Welded Assembly
Tine Mount Clamp Plate
M8 Zinc Plated Heavy Duty Flat Washer
Cable Tie
M12 x 140 Class 8.8 Zinc Plated Bolt
M12 Nyloc Nut
Plastic Cap
42
1
1
2
2
1
11m
1
1
1
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
2
2
4
15
4
4
2
Roller Seed Drill
Hydraulics
Item
Part No.
Description
Qty.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
43628
43627
24088
24089
Refer Below
24095
24096
43077
43147
43148
43280
43338
28730
43393
43617
43618
43999
Double Acting Ram 3.5” x 305 x 3/4”-16 SAE
Double Acting Ram 1.5” x 25 x 1/4” BSP (Clutch Actuator)
Hydraulic Hose 3.7m (Main Ram Rear)
Hydraulic Hose 4.15m (Main Ram Front)
Hydraulic Hose (Clutch)
Hydraulic Hose 0.21m (Main Ram Front Extension)
Hydraulic Hose 0.67m (Main Ram to Rear Connector)
3/8” BSP Hydraulic Tee
1/2” BSP Male Quick Release Coupling
1/2” BSP Female Quick Release Coupling
3/4” UN’O’ to 3/8” BSPP Nipple
3/8” BSPT Male to 3/8” BSP Female Connector
38 Diameter Double Tube Clamp
3/8” BSP Ball Valve
1/2” Male Probe Dust Cover
1/2” Female Carrier Dust Plug
1/4” BSP x 3/8” BSP 90 Deg Compact
Part numbers for different width machines
Item 8’ 16 Run
9’ 18 Run 10’ 20 Run
5
24090
24091
16
10
13
24092
7
5
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
2
1
4
2
2
1
1
1
4
2
2
6
11
8
17
4
7
2
12
17
11
For external hydraulics
replace Item 12 with
Pt No 43339
5
14
3
9
9
15
15
Pt. No. 67301
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Roller Seed Drill
3
Roller Drive Chain & Mounting
5
4
6
9
10 11
7
1
12 13
2
Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
Part No.
24102
23817
22523
23370
22535
24100
24106
45186
45140
45160
45132
45141
45062
8
Description
Qty.
1/2” x 105 Link BS Chain (Roller Shaft to Clutch)
25 Tooth 1/2” Pitch Sprocket Assembly (Roller Shaft)
RH Torsion Spring
Chain Tensioner Arm Assembly
Chain Tension Roller
Lower Chain Tensioner Bolt
Chain Tensioner Anchor 50 Ext
M10 x 12 Socket Head Grubscrew
M16 Nylock Nut
M16 Heavy Duty Zinc Plated Flat Washer
M16 Class 8.8 Zinc Plated Hex Nut
M20 Nylock Nut (2 Each Bearing Housing)
M20 x 50 Class 8.8 Z/P Bolt (2 Each Bearing Housing)
44
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
4
4
Roller Seed Drill
Drive Chains
3
8
10 11 12
11
12
10
10
7
9
6
2
5
6
7
1
10
11
4
Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Part No.
24102
23384
24105
23817
24112
25982
45180
22044
22537
22294
45179
45181
Description
Qty.
1/2” x 105 Link BS Chain (Roller Shaft to Clutch)
1/2” x 65 Link BS Chain (Clutch to Gearbox Input)
1/2” x 75 Link BS Chain (Gearbox to Seed Box)
25 Tooth 1/2” Pitch Sprocket Assembly (Roller Shaft)
35 Tooth Clutch Final Assembly Refer P 52/53
15/19T Tooth x 1/2” Pitch Change Sprocket
M8 x 10 Socket Head Grubscrew
15 Tooth x 1/2” Pitch 20mm Bore Sprocket
25 Tooth x 1/2” Pitch 20mm Bore Sprocket
6 x 6 x 25 Sprocket Key
M8 x 8 Socket Head Grubscrew
M8 x 12 Socket Head Grubscrew
45
1
1
1
1
1
2
3
1
1
5
4
3
Pt. No. 67331
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13
16 18
12
14
11 17
15
12
10
3
6
1
7
5
4
7
1
2
6
9
2
8
15
2
46
2
Roller Seed Drill
Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
Part No.
43386
30359
24109
45280
24112
45412S
45137
45417S
45166
24128
24129
43403
43400
43408
43404
43453
43409
43460
Clutch Shaft Assembly
Description
Qty.
“Y” Bearing YET205 (25mm)
Pressed Steel 3 Bolt Bearing Housing PF52 (2 Flanges)
Roller Drill Clutch Shaft (25mm)
6mm Roll Pin x 60 long
35t Clutch Final Assembly
M8 x 25 Class 4.6 Zinc Plated Set Screw
M8 Nylock Nut
M10 x 20 Class 4.6 Zinc Plated Set Screw
M10 Zinc Plated Spring Washer
Hectaremeter Sensor Mounting Bracket
Hectaremeter Kit Compl. (Including Sensor Bracket & Fasteners)
Sensor Only (Including Locknuts)
Hectaremeter Only
Hectaremeter Manual Only
Magnet & Clamp Only
Hectaremeter Cable Only 8m
Hectaremeter Kit Only (Excluding Sensor Bracket & Fasteners)
Hectaremeter Cable Only 2.5m
47
2
2
1
1
1
6
6
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Pt. No. 67331
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33
4
46
13
10
9
7
17
35
12
40
45 38 39
31
13
29
47
46
27
19 26
13
42
9
20 26
6
18
5
9
14
44
36
25
47
32
23
11
35
16
22
15
28
31 29 28 21
5
9
46 47
24
2
3
30
39
1
38
45
41
37
8
39
17
43
48
Roller Seed Drill
Item
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
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
Part No.
24146
24112
Refer P 46/47
Refer P 50/51
25982
22044
22050
45342
22294
22474
22475
24127
22535
22523
25984
23376
24070
24098
23384
24105
24391
24108
24120
24125
22522
43388
43627
45131
45132
45139
45140
45153
45154
45271
45160
45181
45400S
45151
45165
45465
24390
24087
24085
45159
45411S
45179
45180
Gearbox Drive Pedestal
Description
Qty.
Roller Gearbox Final Assembly Refer Page 54-55
35T Clutch Final Assembly Refer Page 52-53
Clutch Shaft & Bearing Assembly
Box Shaft & Bearing Assembly
15T/19T 1/2” Pitch Change Sprocket
15 Tooth x 1/2” Pitch 20mm Bore Sprocket
Crank Adapter Assembly
M12 Zinc Plated Wing Nut
6 x 6 x 25 Sprocket Key
6mm Chain Tensioner Spacer
20mm Chain Tensioner Spacer
Torsion Spring RH (Short)
Chain Tension Roller
Torsion Spring RH
Chain Tensioner Assembly
Chain Tensioner Anchor 30 Extension
RH Drive End Seedbox Pedestal
Short RH Chain Tensioner Assembly
1/2” Pitch x 65 Link BS Chain
1/2” Pitch x 75 Link BS Chain
Tensioner/Guard Combi Bolt Assembly
Clutch Actuating Arm Support Bolt
Clutch Actuating Arm Assembly
Clutch Stop Block Assembly
LH Torsion Spring
1/2” Pitch Joiner Link
Double Acting Ram 1.5” x 25 x 1/4” BSP (Clutch Actuator)
M12 Class 8.8 Zinc Plated Hex Nut
M16 Class 8.8 Zinc Plated Hex Nut
M12 Nylock Nut
M16 Nylock Nut
M12 Zinc Plated Light Flat Washer
M16 Zinc Plated Light Flat Washer
R Clip S10 or AG6
M16 Heavy Duty Zinc Plated Flat Washer
M8 x 12 Socket Head Grubscrew
M8 x 12 Class 4.6 Zinc Plated Set Screw
M8 Zinc Plated Light Flat Washer
M8 Zinc Plated Spring Washer
M16 x 75 Class 4.6 Zinc Plated Bolt
Guard For Roller Drill Quick Change
Outer Drive Guard
Inner Chain Guard Lower
M12 Heavy Duty Zinc Plated Flat Washer
M8 x 20 Class 4.6 Zinc Plated Set Screw
M8 x 8 Socket Head Grubscrew
M8 x 10 Socket Head Grubscrew
49
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
4
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
2
2
1
2
2
1
2
2
1
2
2
4
1
1
1
1
1
2
4
3
Pt. No. 67331
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Box Shaft Assembly
5
6
1
7
6
4
5
4
3
2
8
5
7
50
5
8
Roller Seed Drill
Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Part No.
22537
22294
24210
43385
43387
45137
45181
45412S
Box Shaft Assembly
Description
Qty.
25T x 1/2” Pitch Sprocket 20mm Bore
6 x 6 x 25 Sprocket Key
Box Lay Shaft
“Y” Bearing YET 204 (20mm)
Pressed Steel 2 Bolt Bearing Housing PFT47 (2 Flanges)
M8 Nylock Nut
M8 x 12 Socket Head Grubscrew
M8 x 25 Class 4.6 Zinc Plated Set Screw
1
1
1
2
2
4
2
4
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1
10
2
3
4
2
5
6
7
8
9
11
52
Roller Seed Drill
Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
Part No.
22151
43353
22149
22152
43357
22145
43358
24111
47022
45280
24112
Clutch Assembly
Description
Qty.
Clutch Output Hub Assembly
Vee Ring Seal V-65A (Forsheda)
Clutch Sleeve Assembly
Clutch Spring (R.H.)
Glycodur Bush (35mm Bore)
Clutch Input Hub
A35 Seeger Tru-Arc Circlip
35T Input Sprocket
M6 x 20 Socket Head Countersunk Screw
6mm Roll Pin x 60 long
35T Clutch Assembly Complete
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
1
1
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12
11
3
8
7
5
2
1
12
12
12
12
9
12
9
8
12
9
11
2
10
11
6
10
10
10
10
54
4
Roller Drill
Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Part No.
24145
23616
23615
22042
43366
45151
45157
47031
44963
45137
45412S
45411S
Gearbox Final Assembly
Description
Qty.
Gearbox Sub-Assembly (see Page 18)
Eclipse Gearbox Quadrant
Eclipse Gearbox Speed Adjustment Lever
Speed Indicator Label Rear
Tri-Knob with M8 Tapped Centre
M8 Zinc Plated Light Flat Washer
M8 Heavy Duty Zinc Plated Flat Washer
M8 x 40 Cup Head Class 4.6 Zinc Plated Bolt
M8 x 35 Class 8.8 Zinc Plated Bolt
M8 Nylock Nut
M8 x 25 Class 4.6 Zinc Plated Set Screw
M8 x 20 Class 4.6 Zinc Plated Set Screw
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
3
13
3
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9
3
31
5
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1
2
6
Location Tab Detail
30
21 28
8
13
9
27
20 21 29
14
36
15
21
32
16
For Agitator
Drive Detail
Refer P28
5
19
Lid Hinge Detail
35
34
26
13
9
27
24
22
12
21
11
29
26
34
23
35
10
23
33
35
34
17 21 25
26
56
18
Latch Rod Detail
Roller Seed Drill
Item
Part No.
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
32
33
34
35
36
Refer Below
Refer Below
Refer Below
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Refer Below
Refer Below
Refer Below
10158
14442
22487
22490
22491
43430
22499
22568
47615
22855
43373
23633
45122
45136
45150
45368
27599
45401S
45139
45702
45758
45908
45185SS
Refer Below
24181
24182
45153
45433
45907
Seedbox Assembly
Description
Qty.
Complete Seed Box Assembly
Combi Box Only
Box Lid Assembly
Seeder Assembly
Box Shaft (20mm)
Flap Shaft (18mm)
Weather Skirt Holder
Reverse Fertiliser Quadrant Plate
Rubber Body Plug R187
Latch Rod Assembly
Hinge Assembly
Hinge Pin
Plastic Lashing Hook
Rear Flap Handle Assembly
Location Tab (Calibration Tray)
6 x 40 Pipe Lynch Pin
Agitator Access Blanking Plate
Black Edge Trim (Refer Below for Length per Box)
Box Shaft Connecting Sleeve
M6 Class 8.8 Zinc Plated Hex Nut
M6 Nylock Nut
M6 Zinc Plated Light Flat Washer
M10 Starlock Fixing Washer
Hinge Pin Spring Clip
M6 x 16 Class 4.6 Zinc Plated Set Screw
M12 Nylock Nut
4.8 x 9.5 Monel Pop Rivet
M6 x 16 Zinc Plated Countersunk Posidrive Screw
M6 x 16 Zinc Plated Pan Head Posidrive Machine Screw
M10 x 10 Socket Head Grubscrew
Roller Drill Transfer
Box Set Mounting Bracket LH
Box Set Mounting Bracket RH
M12 Zinc Plated Light Flat Washer
M12 x 30 Class 4.6 Zinc Plated Bolt
M6 x 12 Zinc Plated Pan Head Posidrive Machine Screw
1
1
1
*N
1
1
1
1
10
1
3
3
2
1
3
4
1
1
2
4
32
12
4
3
2
12
4
2
6
2
1
1
1
12
6
6
*N Where N = number of seeders fitted. e.g. 18 for 18 Run Machine (see table below for part number).
Part numbers for different width machines
Item 8’,16 Run
9’, 18 Run 10’, 20 Run
1
2
3
5
6
7
18
31
24326
24264
24269
24198
24204
24211
5 metre
43705
24327
24274
24279
24199
24205
24212
6 metre
43706
24328
24284
24289
24200
24206
24213
7 metre
43707
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Item
Part No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
22446
22415
22416
22418
22422
22417
43396
22425
22426
43428
22419
22420
45398
45416
45137
45185SS
47615
2
10
Agitator Drive
Description
Qty.
Rear Agitator Drive Complete
Agitator Drive Rear Housing
Agitator Drive Spacer
3/8” Pitch x 20mm Bore 21T Sprocket
3/8” Pitch x 20mm Bore 15T Sprocket
3/8” Pitch x 33 Link BS Chain
3/8” Pitch Joiner Link
Agitator Shaft Extension
Seed Shaft Extension
Nylon Bush
Box Shaft Connecting Sleeve
Agitator Shaft Joining Collar
M8 x 50 Class 4.6 Zinc Plated Bolt
M8 x 60 Class 4.6 Zinc Plated Bolt
M8 Nylock Nut
M10 x 10 Stainless Steel Socket Head Grub Screw
6 x 40 Pipe Lynch Pin
3
5
13
14
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
Rear Agitator
Drive Complete
Assembly
Pt No 22446
11
12
15
16
17
10
10
15
7
6
9
58
8
12
11
Roller Seed Drill
Agitator Shaft Assembly
Item
Part No.
Description
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Refer Below
Refer Below
22420
22423
22424
22428
Agitator Shaft Assembly
Combi-Box Baffle Extension
16mm Agitator Joining Collar
Agitator Shaft Support RH (Short)
Agitator Shaft Support LH (Long)
Agitator Shaft Support Cap
43442
45185SS
45410SSS
45137SS
47600
Qty.
1
Refer Below
1
2
2
*2
5/8” Lurethane Wiper Seal
M10 x 10 Stainless Steel Socket Head Grubscrew
M8 x 16 Grade 316 Stainless Steel Set Screw
M8 Grade 316 Stainless Steel Nylock Nut
M30 ISO Fine Zinc Plated Hex Lock Nut
4
2
Refer Below
Refer Below
2
Part numbers for different width machines
Item 8’ 16 Run
9’ 18 Run
10’ 20 Run
1
2
10
11
24192
24250 (3)
45410SSS (11)
45137SS (11)
24193
24250 (3)
45410SSS (13)
45137SS (13)
24194
24250 (5)
45410SSS (19)
45137 (19)
* One only on 8’ 16 Run Machine (Item 6)
10
Baffle Plate
2
Plain (RH) End
8
Centre Bearing
10
6
11
1
12
4
Drive (LH) End
9
11
3
8
5
12
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4
3
8
10
9
7
6
9
4
3
5
2
1
8
10
6
11
12
60
7
Roller Seed Drill
Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
Part No.
Seeder Assembly
Description
43375
43376
43377
43374
43378
22550
22551
22548
43379
43380
43382
43383
24180
11102
Qty.
Metering Housing
Shutter Slide
Seed Metering Wheel Assembly
Fine Seed Wheel
Bottom Flap & Bolt Assembly
Seeder Extension Funnel
Seed Diverter
Seeder Extension Spring Clip
Seed Shaft Guide Bearing
Guide Bearing Tension Spring
Metering Wheel Clutch Hook
Seed Rate Disc Calculator
Roller Conductor Tube
No. 42 Cray Clip
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
8
7
6
14
13
13
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Operator Notes
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