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Kuhn Landserver owners manual

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Kuhn Landserver owners manual

  1. 1. A note to our customers, parts managers and dealers: This manual has been prepared to assist you in the proper use, daily care, and operation of your new Krause equipment. It contains specific information on the many built--in features of your equipment, the accessories and options that are available, general specifications, and instructions for making minor adjustments. Read this manual carefully before operating your Krause equipment, and keep it in a convenient location for later reference. In order to ensure that you have the most current owner’s manual available for your implement, we have added a revision code to each manual. Please note the information listed below and specify when placing service calls or ordering parts. Manual for Model: 4820 / 4800 This manual covers models beginning with Serial No. 1011 / 1626 Owner’s Manual #: 4800--1 Parts Manual #: 4800--2 Rev.: ISSUED TO: ISSUED BY: Owner’s Name Krause Dealer Mailing Address City City State State Date of Purchase This catalog is limited to 15 pages only. To view it's full version for free please scroll this document a few pages down
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  3. 3. Warranty Policy (Krause Serial Numbered Wholegoods purchased subsequent to May 1, 2008) Note: This warranty is limited to the equipment and parts sold in North America and all warranty work must be accomplished by a Krause Corporation Authorized Service Center rated to perform maintenance on Krause Corporation Products. A. KRAUSE CORPORATION (“KRAUSE”) LIMITED WARRANTY. (1) Subject to the limitations and conditions hereinafter set forth, Krause warrants, at the time of delivery by Krause to be free from (i) defects in materials or workmanship, and (ii) defects in design that in the view of the state of the art as of the date of manufacture should have been foreseen provided, however, that the defect must be discovered and reported to Krause within the periods specified as follows. For a period of one year all new serial numbered production agricultural units covered by this warranty; for a period of thirty--six (36) months the tongue weldment, center frame weldment, wing frame weldments, disc harrow gang bearings and K--Tine field cultivator shanks. (2) Krause does not warrant disc blades, shanks, hydraulic cylinders, accessories and other parts not manufactured by it, but supplied with or as a part of its products. Krause will, however, obtain and pass on any adjustments provided by the manufacturers of such parts under these manufacturer’s warranties. Tires supplied on Krause products, will be warranted by the tire manufacturer’s retail outlets. (3) The entire extent of Krause’s liability shall be limited to that of either reimbursing Buyer for its costs of purchasing a rebuilt, over--hauled or repaired part from either Krause or a proper Krause Authorized Service Center or, at Krause’s election, reimbursing buyer for its costs of having the part repaired at a proper Krause Authorized Service Center. If Krause elects not to repair the part and if neither a rebuilt, over--hauled or repaired part is, in Krause’s opinion, timely available then Krause will reimburse buyer for its costs of purchasing a new part from either Krause or a proper Krause Authorized Service Center. The labor necessary to remove from the product such part or parts and to install in the product such part or parts, as well as any repair made as the result of improper installations by Krause, shall be covered by this warranty, provided the work is performed at a proper Krause Authorized Service Center.K If return of the defective part is required, it must be returned shipping prepaid to Krause. Krause’s limited warranty will apply to any part repaired or replaced by a proper Krause Authorized Service Center pursuant to Krause’s Limited Warranty: however, the applicable warranty for such part repaired or replaced shall be limited to the unexpired portion of Krause’s Limited Warranty described in paragraph (1) or (2) above, as applicable. In other words, the warranty period of the part repaired or replaced does not start over from the date of reinstallation. K[Krause Corporation will repair or replace, free of charge, any part of the product found to be defective, within the specified warranty periods, after an inspection of the part has deemed it to be defective. Inspection must be performed by an authorized agent of Krause Corporation, or returned to the Krause factory for inspection and disposition. Warranty labor will be considered during the first year of warranty only. Krause Corporation will establish and publish an hourly flat rate for shop labor and reimbursement during the first year of the warranty period. Krause Corporation does not allow credit for the cost of travel time, mileage or hauling as a warranty allowance. During the remaining second and third year, when applicable, Krause will repair or replace the defective part, without consideration of labor charges.] (4) Routine services (such as inspections, field settings, adjustments, etc.) and replacement of items which deteriorate from expected normal wear and tear or exposure (such as paint, tires, hoses, blades, sweeps, etc.) are not covered by this Limited Warranty. Such routine services and replacements required during the course of operation are not considered to be the result of any defect in the product. This catalog is limited to 15 pages only. To view it's full version for free please scroll this document a few pages down
  4. 4. B. LIMITATIONS APPLICABLE TO KRAUSE’S LIMITED WARRANTY. (1) This Warranty Policy only applies to equipment and parts sold in North America. Krause will be relieved of all obligations and liability under this warranty if: (i) The alleged defect in the part is due to misuse or neglect on the part of someone other than Krause; or (ii) Krause’s identification mark or name or serial number has been removed from the part in question; or (iii) The product and/or equipment have not been maintained, operated or stored either in accordance with applicable manuals, communications or other written instructions of Krause or any manufacturer of the part involved, or in accordance with applicable regulations and advisory circulars unless buyer shows that such maintenance, operation or storage was not a contributory cause of the defect; or (iv) The part in question has been modified or altered after delivery other than by the manufacturer or in accordance with a modification or alternation scheme approved in writing by the manufacturer; or (v) The product is used for purposes other than conventional owner/operator usage. Usage not considered conventional owner/operator includes, but is not limited to, operation conditions that consist of rocks or other obstructions. (2) For the purpose of this Warranty, no part of the product or equipment will be regarded as breaching the limited warranty merely because, subsequent to its delivery, some modification or alteration becomes necessary for product improvements or in order to meet a change in the requirements of any applicable regulation. (3) TO THE EXTENT ALLOWED BY APPLICABLE LAW, BUYER WAIVES AS TO KRAUSE ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, WHETHER OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS OR OTHERWISE, THERE ARE NO WARRANTIES WHICH EXTEND BEYOND THE DESCRIPTION ON THE FACT HEREOF. (4) TO THE EXTENT ALLOWED BY APPLICABLE LAW, THE OBLIGATIONS OF KRAUSE SET FORTH HEREIN SHALL BE THE EXCLUSIVE REMEDIES FOR ANY BREACH OF WARRANTY HEREUNDER, AND, TO THE SAME EXTENT, KRAUSE SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY GENERAL, CONSEQUENTIAL OR INCIDENTAL DAMAGES, INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, ANY DAMAGES FOR DIMINUTION OF MARKET VALUE, LOSS OF USE OR LOSS OF PROFITS, OR ANY DAMAGES TO THE PRODUCT CLAIMED BY BUYER OR ANY OTHER PERSON OR ENTITY UPON THE THEORIES OF NEGLIGENCE OR STRICT LIABILITY IN TORT. (5) ANY ACTION BY BUYER FOR BREACH OF THIS WARRANTY BY EITHER KRAUSE OR SELLER MUST BE COMMENCED WITHIN (1) YEAR AFTER THE CAUSE OF ACTION ACCRUES. This catalog is limited to 15 pages only. To view it's full version for free on PartCatalogs.net, please click here or find the link in the description
  5. 5. EstaЫishing Customer Warranty Dealer's OЬligation 1. It is the responsiЬility of the dealer to complete а Delivery Report and Warranty Registration form. The form should contain the model, serial number, delivery date, along with the complete dealer and customer address. This form must Ье signed Ьу the dealer and customer upon physical delivery of the product to the customer. The dealer must complete the pre-delivery check list provided on the Delivery Report and Warranty Registration form. 2. Dealer will review the Predelivery Check List located in the front of the operation manual with the customer and / or operator. This should Ье signed Ьу the dealer at time of delivery to the retail customer. 3. The dealer will review the Customer Review Sheet located at the front of the operation manual with the customer and / or operator. This should Ье signed Ьу the dealer representative and the customer. 4. An authorized Krause dealer will submit warranty claims on behalf of the customer. All claims must Ье handled through the dealer. They will then Ье given to the Krause District Manager for inspection and approval. Warranty requests must Ье filed within 60 days from completion of the repair for consideration. 5. It is the dealer's responsiЬility to service the warranty on products sold through said dealership. This warranty gives you specific rights, and you тау also have other rights which vary from state to state. This catalog is limited to 15 pages only. To view it's full version for free on PartCatalogs.net, please click here or find the link in the description
  6. 6. Establishing Customer Warranty Customer’s Obligation 1. The customer is responsible for reading the operation manual supplied with each serial numbered unit. The manual describes the safe and correct operating procedures of the specific product. The operation manual will also instruct the user on recommended lubrication and maintenance of the product. 2. The customer will advise the dealer of the anticipated start date of the product so a dealer representative can be on hand to make necessary field adjustments. 3. The owner is also responsible for inspecting the product during and after use. If a part has failed or is in need of repair, it should be replaced. When continued use of the product would result in excessive wear of other components, the part should be replaced before operation is continued. Continued use of the product may void warranty on other parts damaged from this condition. The user must make the machine available to the dealer for a warranty repair. 4. It is the customer’s responsibility to deliver his machine to an authorized Krause dealer for completion of a warranty repair. If the dealer agrees to make a service trip to the customer’s residence, it is an agreement between the dealer and the customer. Krause will not allow warranty credit for the cost of travel, mileage, or hauling. 5. Warranty labor consideration will only be given during the first year of warranty. Any labor charge for the 2nd or 3rd year on the limited warranty will be at the customer’s expense. This warranty gives you specific rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state. This catalog is limited to 15 pages only. To view it's full version for free on PartCatalogs.net, please click here or find the link in the description
  7. 7. 4800/4820 SERIES CHISEL PLOW DEALER PREDELIVERY CHECK SHEET TO BE CHECKED BY DEALER CUSTOMER DATE ADDRESS DEALER ADDRESS MODEL SERIAL NUMBER DEALER CHECK: 1. Check to see that all rocker shaft bolts are tight. 2. Check to see that hydraulic cylinders are full of oil (air bled out of cylinders). Clevis pins with cotter pins should be in place and spread. 3. Examine hydraulic hoses to see that they are protected from damage. 4. Bolts attaching the spindle weldments to the rocker shaft should be tight. Check to see that bearings have been adjusted and greased. 5. Check lug bolts holding wheels to the hub to see that they are torqued to 120 Ft. Lbs. 6. See placement pages for correct size tires and their locations. Inflate all tires to the following pressures: 9.5L x 15 8--PLY TO 44 PSI 11L x 15 8--PLY TO 36 PSI 10.00 x 15 8--PLY TO 40 PSI 12.5L x 16 14--PLY TO 56 PSI 7. Check to see that bolts attaching tongue to frame and bolts attaching clevis weldment to tongue are in place and secured. 8. Jack should be operational for support of tongue when implement is not attached to a tractor. 9. All decals are in place per page P64 of this owner’s manual. 10. Check shank assemblies for correct spacing. 11. Road locks are correctly installed and operate satisfactorily. 12. Customer review sheet filled out and signed. 13. Review lighting requirements. Light kits are standard. 14. Check to see that Owner’s Manual is in the storage canister. 15. Check to see that the S.M.V. sign is clean and in place. DELIVERED BY DATE This catalog is limited to 15 pages only. To view it's full version for free on PartCatalogs.net, please click here or find the link in the description
  8. 8. 4800/4820 SERIES CHISEL PLOW CUSTOMER REVIEW SHEET CUSTOMER DATE ADDRESS DEALER -------------------- ---------- -------------------------------- --------------------------------- ADDRESS-------------------------------- MODEL SERIAL NUMBER 1.__0wner's manual provided. 2.__Warranty card filled out and mailed. 3.__Review safety warnings and cautions as listed in this owner's manual. 4. Review recommended maximum road speed, width, and height for this implement. 5.__Review field operation speeds, horsepower, depth and rock conditions. 6.__Demonstrate the proper use of road lock. 7.__Explain the operation of the hydraulic depth control. 8.__Review limitations of additional weight and transport speed when adding attachments. 9.__Explain the importance of maintaining the implement through lubrication, checking that bolts are kept tight, and replacement of worn or broken parts. 1О. Recommend that а safety chain Ье used with the implement. 11.__Check wheel lug bolts frequently until they become set. 12.__Check walking beam pivot bearings frequently until they become set. 13.__Explain lighting requirements for your area. DEALER DATE CUSTOMER DATE-------------------- --------- This catalog is limited to 15 pages only. To view it's full version for free on PartCatalogs.net, please click here or find the link in the description
  9. 9. Table of Contents Revised 5/08 WARRANTY DEALER PREDELIVERY CHECK SHEET CUSTOMER REVIEW SHEET TABLE OF CONTENTS SPECIFICATIONS GENERAL INFORMATION DRAWING SAFETY DECALS OPERATION SECTION ABOUT YOUR CHISEL O1 PREPARING FOR OPERATION O1 PREPARING THE TRACTOR O1 HITCHING & UNHITCHING O2 Hitching To The Tractor O2 Unhitching From The Tractor O2 TRANSPORTING O3 Road Locks O3 Raising The Wings O4 Transport Safety O4 FIELD ADJUSTMENTS O5 Leveling The Wings (Models 4815--4821) O6 Flexibility O6 Controlled Depth O6 COMPONENT ADJUSTMENTS O6 Trash Bars O6 Rigid Scraper Adjustments O7 Center Disc Arm O7 Turning In The Field O7 Field Speed O7 General Information O8 Starwheel Treader Adjustment O8 STORAGE SUGGESTIONS O9 SERVICING O9 General Maintenance O9 Lubrication O9 Wheel Bearings O10 Walking Beam O10 Disc Gangs O10 Repair Parts O10 HYDRAULIC SAFETY PLEASE READ CAREFULLY O11 TEST PROCEDURE FOR REPHASING SYSTEM O12--O15 SUGGESTED REMEDIES FOR FIELD PROBLEMS O16--O17 PARTS SECTION MAIN FRAME & TONGUE (4805, 4807) P2--P3 MAIN FRAME & TONGUE (4809--4814) P4--P5 MAIN FRAME & TONGUE (4815--4821) P6--P7 WING FRAMES (4815--4821) P8--P9 COULTER ROCKER ASM. (4805--4807) P10--P11 COULTER & DISC ROCKER ASM. (4809--4814) P12--P13 COULTER & DISC ROCKER (4815--4821) P14--P15 WALKING BEAM & ROCKER ASSEMBLY P16--P17 CENTER & WING ROCKERS (4815--4821) P18--P19 HUB ASSEMBLY (MODELS 4805,4807) P20 HUB ASSEMBLY (MODELS 4809, 4810) P21 WALKING BEAM ASSEMBLY (MODELS 4815--4821) P22 WHEELS & TIRES P23 BEARING ARM ASSEMBLY P24 COULTER GANG ASSEMBLY P25 TRASH BARS P26 TIE RODS (ALL MODELS) P27 DISC GANG ASSEMBLY P28 SCRAPER BARS P29 DISC ARM ASSEMBLY P30--P31 SPRING RESET SHANK ASSEMBLY P32--P33 SHEAR BOLT SHANK ASSEMBLY P34 RIGID SHANK CLAMP ASSEMBLY P35 SPRING CUSHION SHANK ASSEMBLY P36--P37 SUBSOIL SHANK ASSEMBLY P38--P39 TRAIL HITCH ASSEMBLY P40 TRAIL HITCH EXTENSION & TRAIL HITCH W/LEVELER P41 TRAIL HITCH ASSEMBLY (FOR MODELS w/TREADERS) P42 STARWHEEL TREADER ASSEMBLY P43 TREADER SPRING HINGE & FRAME ARM ASSEMBLY P44 K--TINE LEVELING GROUP P45 DEPTH VALVE ASSEMBLY P46 HYDRAULICS & ROAD LOCK GROUP (4805, 4807) P47 HYDRAULICS & ROAD LOCK GROUP (4809--4814) P48--P49 HYDRAULICS -- COULTERS (4815--4821) P50--P51 HYDRAULICS -- ROCKER & FOLD SYSTEM P52--P53 OPTIONAL -- HYDRAULIC GANG ASSEMBLY P54 HYDRAULIC HOSE W/PLASTIC GRIP ASSEMBLIES P55 4” x 10” Prince Hydraulic Cylinder P56 4” x 8” Prince Cylinder w/Manual Stroke Control P57 4” x 8” Prince Hydraulic Cylinder Assembly P58 4” x 32” Prince Hydraulic Cylinder Assembly P59 5” x 32” Prince Hydraulic Cylinder Assembly P60 4--1/4” x 8” Prince Hydraulic Cylinder Assembly P61 3--3/4” x 8” Prince Hydraulic Cylinder Assembly P62 4” x 8” Prince Hydraulic Cylinder Assembly P63 3--3/4” x 10” Prince Hydraulic Cylinder Assembly P64 4” x 10” Prince Hydraulic Cylinder Assembly P65 DECALS & REFLECTORS P66 LIGHT KITS P67--P68 ASSEMBLY SECTION SAFETY & ASSEMBLY AREA INFORMATION A2 MODEL NUMBERS A2 MODELS 4805 & 4807 ASSEMBLY A2 MODEL 4807 ONLY: A4 MODELS 4809 -- 4814 ASSEMBLY A5 WALKING BEAMS ASSEMBLY Models 4809, 4810, 4811, 4812, 4814 A6 Models 4815, 4817, 4819, 4821 A6 SECTION II. WING ASSEMBLY (Models 4815--4821) A9 SECTION III. SHANK ASSEMBLY A10 SECTION IV. HYDRAULICS A12 SECTION V. OPTIONAL EQUIPMENT A15 SECTION VI. DECALS A17 LIGHT KIT A17 FINAL CHECK A18 LIGHT KIT INSTALLATION DRAWINGS A18--A19 PLACEMENT DRAWINGS FOR: MODEL 4805 A20 MODEL 4814 A26 MODEL 4807 A21 MODEL 4815 A27 MODEL 4809 A22 MODEL 4817 A28 MODEL 4810 A23 MODEL 4819 A29 MODEL 4812 A24 MODEL 4821 A30 MODEL 4813 A25 MODEL 4821 A31 STARWHEEL TREADER PLACEMENTS A32--A35 K--TINE LEVELER GROUPS A36--A37 This catalog is limited to 15 pages only. To view it's full version for free on PartCatalogs.net, please click here or find the link in the description
  10. 10. CHISEL PLOW SPECIFICATIONS в �---------А----------•1 М4820-6 RIGID MODELS 7/94 Rigid Sring Subsoil Number "А" "В" Shank Shank Shank of Shank Cut Transport Wheel Transport MODEL Size* Size* Size* Shanks Spacing Width Width Tread Height 4805 30" 32" 36" 5 16" 6' - 8" 7' - 6" 64-1/2" NA 4807 30" 32" 36" 7 16" 9' - 4" 9' - 3" 64-1/2" NA 4809 30" 32" 36" 9 16" 12' - О" 12' - 10" 130" NA 4810 30" 32" 36" 9 16" 12' - О" 12' - 10" 130" NA 4811 30" 32" 36" 11 16" 14' - 8" 14' - 6" 93" / 131" NA 4812 30" 32" 36" 11 16" 14' - 8" 14' - 6" 93" / 131" NA 4813 30" 32" 36" 13 16" 17' - 4" 17' - 2" 93" / 131" NA 4814 30" 32" 36" 13 16" 17' - 4" 17' - 2" 93" / 131" NA * VERTICAL DISTANCE FROM POINT то ваттом SIDE OF FRAME. FLEX- WING MODELS 8/98 4815 30" 32" NA 15 16" 20' О" 14' 4" 94.5 / 137" 11' 5" 4817 30" 32" NA 17 16" 22' 8" 14' 4" 94.5 / 137" 11' 5" 4819 30" 32" NA 19 16" 25' 4" 14' 4" 94.5 / 137" 13' 8" 4821 30" 32" NA 21 16" 28' О" 14' 4" 94.5 / 137" 13' 8" This catalog is limited to 15 pages only. To view it's full version for free on PartCatalogs.net, please click here or find the link in the description
  11. 11. I М Р О R Т А N Т Л ROAD АТ А REA50NABLE 5PEED .. DO NOT EXCEED 25 М.Р.Н. А Alf/AY5 PIN TRACTOR DRA�BAR BEFORE TRAN5PORTING. U5E А 5AFETY CHAIN �/ТН ТНЕ TEN5/LE 5TRENGTH �� lЛJM..... GREA5E ЕАСН 24 HOUR5 OF U5E EQUAL ТО ТНЕ GR055 f/EJGHT OF ТНЕ LOAD BEING TO�ED. ® СНЕСК ТНЕ5Е POINT5 PER/00/CALLY FOR f/EAR Н/ТСН AND CLEV/5 B0LT5 СНЕСК 5HANK5 AND MOUNTING B0LT5 EVERY HALF DAY OF OPERATION. CL05ED РО5/Т/ОN 'A'PORT� лВЕ 5URE ТО PIN ТНЕ TONGUE JACK f.,,,,,;...-.a,,----- TOf/ARD � .. 1N ТНЕ 5TORAGE РО51Т/ON BEFORE TRACTOR 5HANK5, CLAMP PLATE5 AND CA5TING5 TRAN5PORTING 5HOULD ВЕ TORQUED f/lTH EVEN PRE55URE FLEX fl/NG UNJT5 CL05E LOCK TILL FLAT AGAIN5T FRAME ВОХ. наl;:::::=:: VALVE BEFORE TRAN5PORTING СНЕСК 5�ЕЕР5 AND POINT5 FOR f/EAR, TURN OR REPLAC f/HEN NEEDED. '""' п� еееssш]Н�� BEFORE OPERATION. 9.SL, В PLY = 44 р 5 J 12.SL, 14 PLY = 56 Р·.5: 1·. FULLУ EXTEND DEPTH CONTROL CYLINDER5 - & HOLD TRACTOR VALVE OPEN А FE� 5ECOND5 ТО 5YNCHRONIZE �ING CYLINDER5. ;,;"снl �HUB Л МАКЕ 5URE L/GHT5 ARE f/ORKING­ " BEFORE TRAN5PORTING /· ,пN '.пчV1'---'1'--'1' в LOCAТION5 /,1 1" МАКЕ 5URE 5.M.V.5/GN 15 CLEAN AND V/5/BLE. А� 1" R� v/) HINGE PIVOT5 (6 PLACE5J ©� d]Jм �d]J � � =={] F = © � пп 111'- fl!NG LEVEL ADJUSТMENT wTORQUE LUG BOLТ5 120 ft.Lbs. СНЕСК FREQUENTLY �llllllllllJII UNТIL FIRMLY 5EATED. 1 v/) ROCKER PIVOT PIN5 & �EAR 5LEEVE5 С4 PLACE5J Rev.5/08 М4820-9 This catalog is limited to 15 pages only. To view it's full version for free on PartCatalogs.net, please click here or find the link in the description
  12. 12. SAFEТY DECALS То avoid injury or death due to accidenta! lowering of implement, move !ever to LOCKED position before transporting. CONTACT ��тнА f'OWER LINE }щ......,,·.. ......�-.· - .., ·_ ;. . _... .. . ' ..... .. _,' . ��� •. ....•�··,,·· - . OR OTHE:R OB5'fRUCTI0N CAN СдU$Е OAMAGE,. $SRIOV$ ВО!ЖУ INJURY OR РМ'tН, Ве aware of iшpleшeni trэщ,portVll!dth a"d hвight, �,:,м at!ш,hm,:,r,t� �vi!I ::,dd !о tH�П�S.HЛt f1�igt�t, �Bli t�"Э03p()�°t �idth Cr. S..."Ш� ittЧ:(!�m�nt3', S<:<<:< Qpщ;;,!i<m M,ШJ<II. &.�.s;.�� �;i�;:i� .....................................................................................................J NOTICE MAINTENANCE LOCK STAYCLEAR OF TH!SAREA! SEAIOUS PERSONAL INJURYMAY OCCUR. '81'81�� • Do not exceed maximum transport speed of 25 mph - 32 km/h • Do not transport with motor vehicle • Refer to the Opera.tor's Manua.l 1 То avoid injury or death stand clear when wings fold or unfold. HYDRAULIC FLUIO, DO NOT USE HANDS ТО SEARCH FOR LEAKS, REFER ro OPERAiOR'$ MANUAL. �4-]f�: ·,. --------------------- AIR TRAPPED !NSШE HYDRAULIC CYL!NDERS CAN ALI.OW IMPI.EMENT OR WINGS ТО fAl.l AND CAUSE SER!OUS BOD!LY !NJURY OR DEATH. P1Jrge airfrom hydfa1.1!!c syswm Ьуfullowing detвl!ed swps in the Operation Маrшвl. 74-575 Red Reflective Таре 74-576 Orange Fluorescent Таре 74-577 Yellow Reflective Таре See Parts Listin а е iп this manual for го ег location оп im lement. This catalog is limited to 15 pages only. To view it's full version for free on PartCatalogs.net, please click here or find the link in the description
  13. 13. OPERATING SECTION This catalog is limited to 15 pages only. To view it's full version for free on PartCatalogs.net, please click here or find the link in the description
  14. 14. SAFETY ALERT SYMBOL '• ВЕ ALERT ТО ТНЕ POSSIBILIТY OF PERSONAL INJURY. THIS SYMBOL IDENTIFIES IMPORTANT SAFEТY MESSAGES. CAREFULLY READ ТНЕ MESSAGE ТНАТ FOLLOWS. TEN MOST COMMON HAND SIGNALS USED IN ТНЕ FIELD START ТНЕ ENGINE THIS FAR TO GO MOVE OUT OR ТАКЕ OFF MOVE TOWARD МЕ STOP RAISE ТНЕ EQUIPMENT SPEED 1Т UP �� LOWER ТНЕ EQUIPMENT SLOW IT DOWN STOP ТНЕ ENGINE This catalog is limited to 15 pages only. To view it's full version for free on PartCatalogs.net, please click here or find the link in the description
  15. 15. O1 OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS READ ALL OF THE SAFETY DECALS ON THE CHISEL AND REVIEW THE SAFETY FIRST SUGGESTIONS ON THE BACK COVER OF THIS MANUAL TO REFRESH YOUR MEMORY. WATCH FOR THE SAFETY SYMBOL AND READ THE INFORMATION. THIS IS FOR YOUR OWN SAFETY. ABOUT YOUR CHISEL This chisel was designed for deep fallow tillage or stubble--mulch tillage. Some conditions may require more than one time over to get the desired depth. Your chisel will operate over a wide range of speeds, ranging from 3 to 6--1/2 miles per hour. Exercise caution in rocky or extremely hard conditions. If rocky conditions exist in your fields, operate at a slow speed and equip your chisel with spring shock shanks. Horsepower requirements generally will range from 15 to 18 HP per shank (do not exceed 20 HP per shank.) Add approximately 4 HP per shank if using 4” twisted shovels. Adding attachments should be limited to Krause original equipment options, or light duty tine or spike harrows that weight no more than 90 pounds per foot of cut. PREPARING THE CHISEL FOR OPERATION 1. Check that the road locks are installed, the tongue jack is supporting the tongue, and the hydraulic cylinders are pinned and full of oil. 2. Check for loose bolts and tighten if needed. Check again for loose bolts after the first half day of operation. 3. Check the shank locations with the Placement Drawings at the back of the book for the model being used. Improper location of the spring shock shanks may result in interference. It is especially important to check spring shock mounting bolts regularly to insure proper location. 4. Check the tire pressure and correct if necessary. 40 PSI for the 10.00 x 15, 8--Ply tires; 36 PSI for the 11L x 15, 8--Ply tires; 44 PSI for the 9.5L x 15, 8--Ply tires; and 56 PSI for 12.5L x 16, 14--Ply tires. Caution: Frequently check to see that wheel lug bolts are torqued to 120 Ft. Lbs., particularly during the initial transporting and operation of the tillage tool. The bolts may work loose resulting in the loss of a wheel and subsequent loss of control of the tool and / or tractor. 5. Make sure that all grease zerk locations have been sufficiently greased. Grease zerks will be found on the rocker shaft bearings, coulter bearings, walking beams and wheel hubs. USE EXTREME CAUTION WHEN WORKING AROUND SHARP CHISEL POINTS, AND COULTER BLADES. 6. Check and adjust tightness of wheel bearings and walking beam bearings before operation, after the first week, and periodically thereafter. (See Service Section of this book) PREPARING THE TRACTOR Read your tractor owner’s manual. It will describe safe methods of operation. Make sure your tractor has proper added ballast, and that its hydraulic system if full of oil and working properly. Check tractor brakes and warning lights, make sure they are in working order. This catalog is limited to 15 pages only. To view it's full version for free on PartCatalogs.net, please click here or find the link in the description
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