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TAYLOR PllTSBURGH MFG., INC.

P.O. BOX 1866
ATHENS, T N 37371

423-745-31 1O

FIELD GENERAL

ROTARY CUTTERS

OWNER'S MANUAL

Form Number 808078 August, 2005

TO THE DEALER: The rotary cutter assembly and proper installation to the tractor is the responsibility of the TAYLOR PITTSBURGH dealer. Read manual instructions and safety rules. Make sure al1 items on the Predelivery and Delivery Check Lists are completed before releasing equipment to the owner. TO THE OWNER: Read this manual before operating your TAYLOR PITTSBURGH rotary cutter. The information presented will prepare you to do a better and safer job. Keep this manual handy for ready reference. Require al1 operators to read this manual carefully and become acquainted with al1 the adjustment and operating procedures before attempting to operate. Replacement manuals can be obtained from your dealer or by calling 1-423-745-3110, in the USA and Canada only. The rotary cutter you have purchased has been carefully engineered and manufactured to provide dependable and satisfactory use. Like al1 mechanical products, it will require cleaning and upkeep. Lubricate the unit as specified. Observe al1 safety information in this manual and safety decals on the rotary tiller and tractor. For service; your authorized TAYLOR PITTSBURGH dealer has trained mechanics, genuine TAYLOR PITTSBURGH service parts, and the necessary tools and equipment to handle al1 your needs. Provide this information to your dealer to obtain correct repair parts.

LlMlTED WARRANTY
TAYLOR PllTSBURGH MFG., INC., the manufacturer, warrants only to the Original Purchaser that this equipment, under normal use and service, will be free from defects in material and workmanship for one (1) year from date of purchase providing this equipment is purchased for individual and not for commercial use. Warranty for commercial usage is 90 days. This warranty does not apply to any equipment which has been damaged or which has been subjected to abuse, misuse, negligence, abnormal Wear and tear, alterations, tampering, or failure to follow operating instructions. This warranty does not cover any product or parts not manufactured by Taylor Pittsburgh Manufacturing, Inc.. Under this warranty, the manufacturer will repair or replace any art which the manufacturer determines has failed during the period of the warranty due to defects in materia or workmanship. After approval by the manufacturer, the equipment or defective part must be returned to Taylor Pittsburgh Mfg., Inc., Athens, Tennessee 37371.

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PURCHASER'S EXCLUSIVE REMEDY FOR BREACH OF WARRANTY, OTHER DEFECT, OR CONDUCT GlVlNG RlSE TO LlABlLlTY SHALL BE THE REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT OF THE PRODUCT SOLD, AND THE MANUFACTURER UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES SHALL BE LIABLE FOR ECONOMIC LOSS OR INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES. THE MANUFACTURER DlSCLAlMS ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING THE WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR PURPOSE. Ta lor Pittsburgh Mfg., Inc. reserves the right to make improvements and changes in specifications wit out notice or obligation to modify previously sold units. This manual describes the proper assembly procedures for your rotary tiller and furnishes operating and maintenance recommendations to help you obtain long and satisfactory service.

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PN-808078 (Rev 04/02)

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SAFETY RULES
ATTENTION! BECOME ALERT! ,OUR SAFETY IS INVOLVED!

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SAFETY ALERT SYMBOL

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FIG. 1: This is the safety alert symbol. It means ATTENTION: BECOME ALERT! YOUR SAFETY IS INVOLVEDI Look for it, both in this manual and on safety decals on the equipment. It will direct your attention to information that involves your safety and the safety of others.

SIGNAL WORDS
FIG. 2: The words DANGER, WARNING or CAUTION are used with the safetv alert svmbol. Leam to recognize these safety alert;, and folkw the recorrirnended precautions and safe practices. DANGER: The safety alert symbol, with the w o r d DANGER, i n d i c a t e s an imminently hazardous situation that, if not avoided, wCIl cause DEATH OR VERY SERIOUS INJURY.
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WARNING: The safety alert symbol, with t h e w o r d WARNING, i n d i c a t e s a potentially hazardous situation that, if not avoided, c o u l d cause DEATH OR SERIOUS INJURY. CAUTION: The safety alert symbol, with t h e w o r d CAUTION, indicates a potentially hazardous situation that, if not avoided, may cause a MINOR INJURY.

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Replace any DANGER, WARNING, CAUTION or instructional decal that is not readable or is rriissing. The location and part nurnber of these decals is identified later in the section of the manual. IMPORTANT: The word IMPORTANT is used to identify special instructions or procedures which, if not strictly obsewed could result in damage to, or destruction of the machine, process or its surroundings.

PN-608078 (Rev 04/02)

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GENERAL INFORMATION
INTRODUC-TION
READ THIS MANUAL carefully to learn how to operate and service your cutter correctly. Failure to do so could result in personal injury or equipment damage.
Throughout this manual, references are made to right and lefi direction. RIGHT HAND AND LEFT HAND sides are deterrnined by standing behind the cutter facing 'the direction the cutter will travel when going forward. However, through experience and these instructions, you should be able to develop procedures suitable to your particular situation. Maintain your cutter with original repair parts to insure safety and optimum performance.

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Some illustrations in this manual show the cutter with safety components removed to provide a better view. The cutter should never be operated with any safety components removed.

The purpose of this manual is to assist you in operating and maintaining your cutter. Read it carefully. It fumishes information and instructions that will help you achieve years of dependable performance. These instructions have been compiled from extensive field experience and engineering data. Some information may be general in nature due to unknown and varying operating conditions.

The illustrations and data used in this manual were current at the time of pnnting, but due to possible production changes, your cutter may Vary slightly in detail. We reserve the right to redesign and change the cutters as may be necessary without notification.

BOLT TORQUE CHART

GRADE 2

GRADE 5

GRADE 8

TORQUE IN FOOT POUNDS (NEWION METERS)
BOLT SlZE 318 9116 11 2 314 45(61.0) 68 (92.2) 100 (135.6)
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518 15116 89 (120.7) 140 (189.8) 196 (265.7)
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340 (460.9)
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G 2 18(24.4)
A 5 30 (40.6) D E 8 40 (54.2)
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PN-808078 (Rev 04/02)

TABLE OF CONTENTS

.............................................................................................................. 1 1A SAFETY SYMBOLS & SIGNAL WORDS...................................................................... GENERAL INFORMATION ......................................................................................... 2 ........................................................3 BOLT TORQUE CHART ................................... .... SPEClFlCATlONS .........................................................................................................4 SAFEW RULES .......................................................................................................5 .7 SAFEW DECAL LOCAlIONS ....................................................................................... 8 SAFETY DECALS ........................................................................................................9 INTRODUCTION...........................................................................................................10 ASSEMBLY .................................................................................................................. 10 BEFORE OPERATION .............................................................................................. ..12 ATACHING ............................................................................................................... 13 OPERATION ............................................................................................................... 13 TRACTOR STABlLlTY ............................................................................................... 13 TRANSPORT1NG ........................................................................................................ 14 MAINTENANCE ................................................................................................... 14 -15 16 STORAGE ................................................................................................................... MISCELLANEOUS HARDWARE ................................................................................ 16
WARRANTY Figure 4 .Deck Components . 4' Model ............................................................. 18 Figure 5 & 6 Chain & Belt Shield Components & Kits . 4' Models...........,.... 1 9 .20 5'&6' Models ............................................... 21 &22 Figure 7 .Deck Components . 23 &24 Figure 8 .9 .Chain & Belt Shield Components & Kits .5'&6' Models......... Figure 10 .11 .Deck Components .7' Model .............................................. 25 . 26
7' Model...................................... 27 Figure 12 .Chain Guard Components & Kits .

Deck Components .10' Model ............................................ 28 .29 Figure 13 .14 . Figure 15 . Chain Guard Components & Kits .10' Mode1.................................... 30 Figure 16 .22 .Gearbox Components . All Models ..................................... 31 .39 26 . Drive Line Components . All Models ................................... 40 .43 Figure 23 . Slip Clutch Components .7' & 10' Models ...................................... Figure 27 . 44 Figure 28 . 29 . Flex Coupling Components .10' Model ..............................44 .45

PN-808078 (Rev 08/05)

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SPECIFICATIONS PN-808078 (Rev 01/04) .

" We ask you to be that kind of an operator.. hearing protection and safety boots. PN-808078 (Rev 04/02) . follow al1 safety rules and safety decal information. Ensure Shields and guards are properly installed and in good condition. Unfortunately. Do n o t a l l o w anyone t o operate t h i s equipment without proper instructions. Falling off tractor can result i n death from being run over or crushed. In addition to the design and configuration of equipment. see your dealer. Tighten al1nuts and bolts. hazard control and accident prevention are dependent upon the awareness. Know your controls and how to stop engine and cutter quickly in an emergency. Make sure spring-activated locking pin or collar slides freely and i s seated firmly in tractor PT0 spline groove. Remove accumulated debris from this cutter. goggles or face shield. Ensure cutter i s properly mounted. Replace if damaged. Always Wear close fitting clothing and personal protection equipment called for by the job conditions. Keep foldable ROPS systems i n "locked up" position at al1times. Do not allow children or untrained perçons to operate equipment. and check that al1 cotter pins are installed securely to ensure equipment is properly assembled before operating. jewelry or any other items that may be entangled i n moving parts. (See Safety Decals section for location. Operators must be instructed in and be capable of t h e safe operation o f the equipment. adjusted and in good operating condition. its attachments and al1 controls. It has been said "The best safety device i s an informed. .A SAFETY RULES ATTENTION! BECOME A L E . Replace if damaged. tractor and engine t o avoid fire hazard. concern.! YOlJR SAFETY IS INVOLVED! PREPARATION A Safety is a primary concern in the design and manufactureof Our products. Tractor must be equipped with ROPS FRAME or ROPS CAB and-seat belt. prudence and proper training of personnel involved in the operation. Keep seat belt securely fastened. (Re lacement manuals are available from dea er or cal1 1-800-456-7329.) Failure to follow Instructions or safety rules can result i n serious injury or death. Ensure al1 safety decals are installed. maintenance and storage of equipment. TRAINING Safety instructions are important! Read this manual and the tractor manual. DO NOT wqear loose clothing. These item may include a hard hat.) lnspect chainlrubber shielding beforeeach use. r If you do not understand any part of this manual and need assistance. careful operator. safety glasses. Our efforts to provide safe equipment can be wiped out by a single careless act of an operator. transport. Replace if damaged.

remove key. attaching. raise cutter to highest position. Stop engine. removing. install transport locks. Operate valve levers to release any hydraulic pressure. 6 MAINTENANCE SAFETY Before performing any service or maintenance. engage brake and ensure al1 other controls are disengaged before starting tractor engine. Do not stop. Do not exceed. free O nicks and cracks and securely fastened. and block securely. Place transmission in park or neutral. Look down and to the rear and make sure area is clear before operating in reverse. Do not allow other people in the area when operating. disengage power to cutter. disconnect driveline from tractor. causing injury or damage. Turn off engine. Without this weight. service or maintenance. Operate tractor PT0 at 540 rpm. Frequentl check blades. Always comply with al1 state and local iighting and marking requirements. Blocking up prevents cutter dropping from hydraulic leak down. Inspect and clear area of Stones. Make certain al1 movement of cutter components has stopped before opening blade access cover. Do not operate tractor PT0 during transport. Keep al1 persons away from operator control area while performing adjustments. l ' PN-808078 (Rev 04/02) . No riders are allowed on equipment. Operate only in daylight or good artificial light. assembling. or mechanical component failures. Watch for hidden hazards on the terrain during operation. Always sit in tractor seat with seat belt fastened when operating cantrols or starting engine. Useextreme care and reduce ground speed on slopes and rough terrain. tractor could tip over causing personal injury or death. branches or other hard objects that might be thrown.SAFETY RULES A ATTENTiON! BECOME A L E . Lower al1 raised components to the ground. hydraulic system failures. When preforming any service or maintenance. Do not operate on steep slopes. or servicing cutter. set parking brake and remove key before dismounting tractor. Before working underneath. start or change directions suddenly on slopes. Never direct discharge toward anyone. inspect and repair any damage before resuming operation. OPERATIONAL SAFETY Keep bystanders away from cutter while it is in operation.! YOUR SAFETY IS INVOLVED! A (Safety Rules continued from previous page) A minimum 20% of the combined tractor and cutter weight must be on tractor front wheels with cutter in transport position. See your tractor operator's manual for information regarding adding weights. They should be sharp. . Stop tractor and implement immediately upon striking an obstruction.

Reduce speed when going op or down hills and when approaching ditches or corners. Kee playingchildrenandbystanders away rom storage area. - - PN-808078 (Rev 08/00) . Store on a level surface sheltered from the weather.A SAFETY RULES ATTENTION! BECOME ALERT! YOUR SAFETY IS INVOLVED! A (Safety Rules continued from previous page) Do not handle blades with bare hands. YOur dealer cari s u p p l ~ genuine replacement cutter blades. Substitute blades may not meet original equipment specifications. STORAGE Block cutter securely for storage. Do not operate tractor PT0 during transport. Always comply with al1 state and local lighting and marking requirements. Do not road the cutter over 20 mph (30 kph) on the best surface conditions. Careless or improper handling may result in serious injury. P TRANSPORTING SAFETY Use a Slow Moving Vehicle (SMV)emblem and proper lighting when transporting the cutter.

A SAFETY DECALS ATTENTION! BECOME ALERT! YOUR SAFETY IS INVOLVED! Replace lmmediately If Damaged! A The following safety decals are located on your cutter. Replacement safety decals are available through your dealer. Replace worn or missing decals. Keep al1 decals in place and legible. Read them and follow their instructions for your safety. PN-808078 (Rev 08/00) . Order by number listed.

. 813397 On left front of deck next to 813395. 813396 On front of deck near left deck rail. . . INJURY OR DEATH 0 READ OPERATORS MANUAL (AVAILABLE FROM DEALER) AND FOLLOW A i L SAFEN PRECAUTIONS O l1 1 I 1 KEEP ALL SHIELDS IN PLACE AND IN GOOD CONDITIQN . EhTAWOLeYanCARW S E 8LRIOUS INNRI CRDEKM i 813QW 813395 On left front corner of deck 813636 On PT0 driveline outer shield 029771 REAR RED REFLETIVE TAPE 9 PN-808078 (Rev 08/00) - . . 009538 On front gearbox stiffiner next to gearboxshearbolt models only. A WARNING FALLlNG OFF TRACTOR CAN RESULT IN BElNG RUN OMR. 0 OPERATE MOWER FROM TRACTOR SEAT ONLY LOWER MOWER STOP ENGINE REMOVE KEY BEFORE OISMOUNTING TRACTOR ALLOW NO CHILDREN OR UNTRAINCD PERSONS TO OPERATE EOUIPMENT BLAMS CONTACT O R THROWN OBXCTS CAN CAUSE SERIOUS INJURY O R DEATH. U CLEAR UOVlNG AREA O F DEBRIS. FNLURE TO OPERATE SAFELY CAN RESULT I N INJURY OR DEATH 813397A I 505153 On right front outer corner of deck. . OUSE TRACTOR W i ï H DANGER ROTATING DRIVELINE O KEEPAWY ROPS UB. 1 1 RPM CAN CAUSE EQUIPUENT FAILURE AND PERSONAL INJURY OPERATE P T 0 AT 540 RPM. wEAR 0 KEEPALLDRNE SHLELDSAND GUARDÇ IN PLACEAND IN G W O CONDITION. 1 RUTATING BLADES AND THROWN OBJECTS KEEP AWAY. DO NOT OPERATE IN VICINITY O F OTHER PERSONS. USE OF A SHEARBOLT OTWER THAN GRADE 2 VOlDS THE MANUFACTURER WARRANTY. .A SAFETY DECALS ATTENTION! BECOME ALERT! YOUR SAFETY IS INVOLVED! A Replace Immediately If Damaged! 1 A 1 1 1 CAUTION A WARNING PT0 SPEEDS HIGHER THAN 540 USE ONLY GRADE 2 SHEARBOLT OR SERIOUS DAMAGE MAY RESULT..

5 & 6 If shields are not being installed: proceed to A- -Frame-. Attach A-Frame to deck angles using hardware removed. improvements. We reserve the right to make changes. 2) Remove hardware from A-Frame lower mounting holes. Attach opposite end to 2nd hole down in AFrame with bolt previously removed. Unless otherwise stated. al1 hardware i s Grade 5. Studying and obeying these instructions will insure optimum product performance and longevity. Use flatwashers with slotted holes. 5) Align rear chain shield assembly holes with those in deck. Read al1 safety precautions prior to operation. The following assembly steps are given to rninimize the need for adjustment after assernbly. Assemble parts for each step loosely to ensure fit. Always use lockwashers unless a lock nut is called for. A-Frame & Deflector Shields 4' Models 1) Remove A-Frame and top link strap from underside of deck. 3) Remove bolt and nut from 2nd hole from top of A-Frame. Deflector Shields 5' & 6' Models refer to Fig. Remove al1 wiring from bundles as they are called for. 4) Align front chain shield assembly slots with those in deck. Remove bolt and nut frorn rear deck angle where tail wheel height adjustment is anchored. Check local laws governing the operation of equipment without shields. Choose a level area to arrange the parts conveniently. The manfacturer strongly recommends installation of deflector shields. Remember that LEFT and RlGHT are deterrnined by standing at the rear of the cutter and facing it. Attach angle iron attached to chain of the top link strap at bolt just removed. and modifications at any time without incurring the obligation to make such changes. A rotary cutter without deflector shields can discharge large objects at hlgh speeds which could seriously injure bystanders or the operator. Tighten hardware after parts are installed according to the torque chart given. lnstall hardware and torque bolts. lbiaintain your implement with original repair parts to insure safety and optimum performance. and maintenance of your Field General Rotary Cutters. ASSEMBLY General Your Field General Rotary Cutters is shipped in bundles for assembly. 1) Align front shield assembly connector and A--frame with rails on cutter deck.This manual covers the assembly. operation. and modifications on any cutter sold previously. Be sure to read al1 instructions carefully. Do not torque (snug only) these bolts as the A-Frame has to pivot to function properly. improvements. Install hardware and torque bolts. A--frame fits outside deck rails and shield connector fits PN-808078 (Rev 08/00) . MODIFICATIONS It is the policy of the manufacturer to irnprove its products whenever possible and practical.

1 If shields have been installed proceed to step 2. twist the chain on ths slack side until they are equal length. twist the chain on slack side until they are equal length. If chain is slackon one side. 5) lnstall Cat. Be sure A-frame legs are on the outside of the hitch braces. Tailwheel 7' & 1O' Models refer to Figs. A--Frame 5' & 6' Models refer t o Fig. lnstall fork stem up through sleeve on tailwheel bracket. Do not torque bolts as A-Frame must pivot. 1) Secure A--frame to deck using 518" x 2" bolts with locknuts. bolt. 3) Align chain clip with lower holes in top of A-frame and install a 5 / 8 b 4" bolt through clip and A-frame. SEE ATTACHING. Deflector Shields 7' & 10' Models refer to Figs. lnstall Cat. 4) Align wheel with fork and install 1" x 7-112" . IIlinkpinsto the outside of the A--frame. Secure with locknut. 2) Bolt rear shield to deck using 318" x 2" caniage bolts provided. 2 & 3 1) Attach A-frame to cutter using 718" x 3" bolts with lockwashers. 4) Align middle link of chain with chain clip and attach using a 7116" x 1-112" bolt with locknut. Be sure A--frame legs are on the outside of the deck braces. Secure with lockwasher and hex nut. flatwashers and hex nuts. Do not torqi~e bolt as A-Frame must pivot. 3) Place one 1-1/4" flatwasher on stem of wheel fork. I lirikpins to the inside of the A-frame. Secure with locknut. Secure with 112" x 1-112ubolts and locknuts. 2) Bolt rear shield to deck using 318" x 1-112" carriage bolt for 5' cutter and 318" x 2-1/2" carriage bolt for 6' cutter. lnstall remaining 1-114" flatwasher ont0 stem and secure fork using 5116 x 1-314" cotter pin. Secure with lockwashers and hex nuts. PN-808078 (Rev 08100) . 1) Bolt front shields to deck using 518" x 2-114" carriage bolts provided. 2) Align holes in tailwheel bracket with holes in deck ribs. If chain is slack on one side. 4) Align middle link of chain with chain clip and attach using a 7116" x 1-1/2" bolt with iocknut. lnstall 518" x 2-112" bolts through holes. lnclude a flatwasher behindthe head of each bolt. 2) Bolt each end of chain to deck rails using 7116" x 1-112" bolts with flatwashers and locknuts. 6) Position cutter at desired cutting height. 8 & 10 If shields are not being installed: proceed to -A--Frame-. 3) Align chain clip with lower holes in top of A-frame and install a 112" x 4" bolt through clip and A-frame. 2:& 3 1) Align tailwheel bracket between deck-iribs as shown. 2) Bolt each end of chain to deck ribs using 7/16" x' 1-1/2" bolts with flatwashers and locknuts. 5) Attach cutter to tractor but DO NOT attach drive line at this time. Be sure front of cutter is approximately 1" lower than the rear. Secure with lockwasher and hex nut. A-Frame 7' & 1O ' Models refer to Figs. Shorten or lengthen tractor top link as necessary.inside deck rails.

2) Replace any bent or broken parts. 7) Check al1shields and make sure they are in Replace snap ring. Use only a grade 2 shearbolt on driveline. 7' & 10' Models (Slip Clutch) 1) Remove tapered bolt from driveline clutch yoke. The chain keeps the driveline shield from rotating when the PT0 is engaged. 9) Readthe SAFETY section of this manual to be sure of al1 precautions. Make sure the chain is installed properly at al1 times to prevent rotation of shield. SEE ASSEMBLY.7) With cutter in operating position. 2)Slide yoke of driveline clutch ont0 the splined input shaft of the gearbox until hole in yoke lines up with groove in the shaft. Secure with lockwashers and nuts. 5) Checkgearbox oil level. Use of a bolt other than grade 2 for shearbolt applications voids the manufacturer warranty. and install shear bolt. 2) lnstall driveline on input gearbox shaft. 3) lnstall tapered bolt and tighten nut. it should be midway up horizontal shaft. Clean Input shaft to bare metal. 4) Refer to your Tractor's Owner's Manual for recommended adjustrnents and weight distribution. 8 ) Check over cutter to see that al1 hardware is tight and in place. be sure tailwheel is resting on ground. lnstall adjustment bracket to cutter using one 112" x 1-112" bolt. 5' & 6' Models (Shear Bolt) recommended. 3) Perform lubrication on cutter as INSTALLING DRIVE LlNE 4'. 1) Remove snap ring from input shaft of gearbox. (The snap ring will keep the driveline attached to the gearbox if . 8) Check blades for signs of Wear or damage.the shearbolt is sheared. Remove shearbolt and nut. Sharpen dull blades and replace bent or SEE BLADE broken blades. BEFORE OPERATION 1) Tighten al1 loose hardware using the bolt torque chart. PN-808078 (Rev 08100) . On new machines. then bolt adjustment bracket to tailwheel bracket using 112" x 1-112" bolt. REPLACEMENT. 6) Check gearbox mount bolts to see that they are tight. Replace any missing hardware. SEE MAINTENANCE.) 3) Align hole in yoke with hole in input shaft place. al1 hardware must be rechecked afier first few hours of operation.1 4) Attach shield retaining chain included with driveline to shield and A-frame. Use of a higher grade bolt may cause serious damage to cutter.

3) A new gearbox may sound noisy in the first few hours of operation until the gears mesh. Weigh the tractor and cutter. Aquotments A WARNlNG Do n0t make any adjustmentswhilo cutter isin motion or when PT0 is engaged. 4) Get to know the feel of your new cmer on familiar ground that is free of obstacles. Without this weight. tractor could tip over causing personal injury or death. Shut off tractor and engage parking brake prior to dismounting. 5) Aitach shield retaining chain included with driveline to driveline shield and to cross member on A--frame. 3) Attach top link between tractor and cutter. PN-808078(Rev 0 11 0 4 ) 1 3 . OPERATION First Time out 1) With tractor at a slow idle. Do not stand between implement and tractor. With the cutter and tractor on level ground. ballast in 1 ) Your cutter should be levelfrom side to side. tires or front tractor weights. A WARNING Be sure bystanders are clear. engage the PT0 slowly and let the cutter run for several seconds. Listen for unusual noises or vibration. The weight may be attained with front wheel weights.AlTACH ING 1) Back tractor to align three point hitch. Make sure the chain is installed proper1~ at tirne' to prevent rotation of shield. 2) Gradually increase throttle speed until 540 RPM PTO~ speed is obtained. 2. Secure with click pins. TRACTOR STABlLlTY Side to Side Leveling A WARNING A minimum20% of a tractor and cutter weight must be on tractor front wheelç with attachment in transport position. Attach 'Ower link arms to cutter' Secure using click pins. position the cutter at the desired cuttin'g height. The chain keeps the driveline shield from rotating when the PT0 is engaged. 4) Attach driveline to tractor by pushing in on push button and sliding the yoke onto the Maka sure the push releases and locks the driveline into place. ~ l l o w complete stop and investigate cause. Do not estimate. Shut the tractor off immediately if excessive noise or vibration al1 moving parts to come to a occurs. Front to Rear Leveling 1 )Using the tractor's three point lift. use the tractor's link arm crank to adjust the lower link arm up or down as needed to level your cutter.

If it does not. lower the bolt to next hole in adjustment bracket to lower tailwheel as needed to meet the ground. TRANSPORI'ING 1) Disengage PT0 and allow al1 moving parts to completely stop. but shaft length should be correct to prevent damage t o the P T 0 shaft or other components. PN-808078 (Rev 08/00) .OU' Adjust tractor 3 point quadrant upper stop now. see your dealer about getting the correct length shaft. 5' & 6' Models On cutters with a shearbolt driveline. At this point. 6) Avoid travel on public roads at night. MAINTENANCE 3) Be sure the driveline clears the cutter deck when the cutter is raised. 5) When 'traveling on public roads. Comply with al1 local and state laws governing lighting requirements in addition to SMV emblem. always have a slow moving vehicle (SMV) emblem mounted to the tractor such that it is visible from the rear. 4) If the tailwheel is too low causing too much front to rear tilt.. Lower and raise cutter to ensure clearance. Shearbolt Replacement 4 ' . Raise the cutter while observingthe clearance between front of deck and driveline shield. 3) Check the tailwheel to see that it contacts the ground. Use of a bolt higher than grade 2 as a shearboit in the driveline voids the manufacturer warranty. 4) If the drive line proves to be too short or too long. Stop when clearance is at 1. At this slight angle. Do not perform any maintenance while tractor is running or when cutter is in motion. . the cutter does not require as much power. 3) Transport at speeds compatible with safety and no more than 20 MPH. Driveline Interference Check 1) Start the tractor engine and slowly lift cutter until the driveline is at its shortest position. the two shafts should engage at least six inches. 4) Use care when transporting on rough terrain. 2) Check mount bolts before each use to be sure they are tight. Fuel efficiency and cutter performance are thereby improved. replace broken shearbolts with a grade 2 shearbolt and locknut. Fil1to side level port using only SAE 90EP gear oil. At this point. This is not a frequent problem. 2) Now lower the cutter until the driveline is extended to its longest position. 2) Lift cutter to fully raised position.2) Adjust the top link in or out so that the front of the cutter is about 1" lowerthanthe rear. Replacement of a broken shearbolt with a bolt higher than grade 2 may cause serious damage to the cutter. Readjust the top link to properly position deck with slight forward tilt. adjust the tailwheel up by moving bolt in adjustment bracket up to next hole. the two shafts should lack two inches from touching. . Gearbox 1) Check oil level in gearbox every 8 hours of operation.

Clutch should slip without turning blades. Remove blades to sharpen. Dim "A" = 1. contact your dealer. Failure to retighten nuts may cause damage to cutter andlor tractor due to improper slip clutch torque setting.16" for Bondioli clutches & Dim "A" = 1. Leave from a 1/16 to 118" blunt edge. adjustment should be made as follows: 1) Check to be sure that al1 springs are compressed to the correct length. Do not sharpen blade to razor edge. tighten or loosen al1 nuts in 1/32" increments until clutch performs properly. To replace blades. 2) If clutch still performs improperly. Adjust spring length by tightening or loosening retaining nut. 5) Replace lockwashers and nuts on bolts and tighten.Torque to 650 ft Ibs.28" for Comer clutches. 3) Using a punch. follow the steps below: 1) Support cutter from below on al1 sides. Adjustment: 'The slip clutch is designed to slip when blades encounter heavy brush or solid permanent objects. engage PT0 for 2--3 seconds. If this is not occurring or clutch slips too much (Le. DO NOT rely on tractoi's hydraulic lift alone to support cutter. Lubrication Schedule Clean grease fiings before applying grease. perform the following check: 1) Loosen al1spring retaining nuts until springs cari be turned with fingers. 4) Insert blade bolts in new blades so that flare in blade tip is up. consult your dealer. 2) Remove each blade nut and lockwasher through the hole in the cutter deck behind gearbox. smoke appears around clutch). lithium base grease: PN-808078 (Rev 08/00) 15 . Insert bolt with blade ont0 blade holder by aligning notch in hole with shoulder on bolt. 3) If excessive adjustment is necessary. If not. SLIP CLUTCH SPRING ADJUSTMENT u Blade Inspection and Replacement lnspect blades before each use. Do not sharpen back side of blade.Slip Clutch 7' & 10' Models Operational Check: On a new unit or one that has been stored between seasons. Replace blades in pairs if blades are damaged. Be sure cutter is stable before proceeding. Follow original sharpening pattern. 2) With tractor at idle speed. 3) Retighten nuts to compress springs according to diagram. Always sharpen blades at the same time to rnaintain balance. Use a multipurpose. drive the blade bolts out of the blade holder.

-. STORAGE 1)Clean al1debris from cutter deckand driveline.Apply grease at wheel hub Driveline -. ground. Gearbox Use SAE 90EP Gear oil if needed.Before Each Use Tailwheel fitting.Lubricate universal joints at fittings and drive line shield at fittings. 3) Store cutter supported on blocks to allow air circulation beneath cutter. Disconnect driveline and separate sections.Lubricate push buttons with oil. 2) Store cutter on a level surface sheltered from the weather. Be sure driveline is locked in place and shield retaining chain is properly attached. 16 PN-808078 (Rev 08/00) . Reassemble driveline and install. 4) Support tractor end of driveline to keep off the Every 8 Hours Driveline -. -- Every 16 Hours Driveline -.Lubricate universal joints at fittings and drive line shield at fittings. Apply a thin coat of grease to outside of male shaft.

1 Assembly of A-frame and tailwheel5' & 6' Models 5/16" x 1 -3/4' cotler pin 1. 3 Assembly of A-frame and tailwheel 10' Model Loilvrheel adj. ioilwheel 7/16"x 1 1/2' K i bol! !/2"x 4" HH boli - 5/8"x 2' HH boit Figure 2. Assembly of A-frame and tailwheel7' Model 5/l6'x 1 3/4' coller ' l 114.1/4" Ilotwosher toi! whcel orm 1/2' x 3.flolwas~e~ toilvheel bmcke: loilwheel 5 / 6 1 4. & 10' ASSEMBLE FIGURES Fig.HH bol1 .S'. 6 ' .7'.x 1' HH boit 5/16*x i 1/4' 1 3/4" coller pin ilohosner :oilaheel 1' linkpiri A-irsme x 7 1/T HU boit 17 PN-808078 (Rev 08/00) .Hn boit Fig.el 1 !ailwheel brock r 3/8. broeke .

4 ' CUTTER COMPONENTS FIGURE 4 DECK COMPONENTS 4 'MODEL - 18 PN-808078 (Rev 10100) .

4'CHAlN SHIELD COMPONENTS FIGURE 5 -CHAIN SHIELD COMPONENTS & KITS 4' MODEL PN-808078(Rev 08/00) .

BELT SHIELD COMPONENTS & KITS 4' MODEL 20 PN-808078 (Rev 08/00) .4' BELT SHIELD COMPONENTS FIGURE 6 .

DECK COMPONENTS .5' & 6' MODELS PN-808078 (Rev 08/05) 21 .5' & 6' CUTTER COMPONENTS -16 29 FIGURE 7 .

5' & 6' CUiTER COMPONENTS 22 2 1 20 FIGURE 7 DECK COMPONENTS .5' & 6' MODELS - P~-808078 (Rev 05/05) 22 Used on older models .

5' & 6' CHAIN SHIELD COMPONENTS FIGURE 8 CHAIN SHIELD COMPONENTS & KITS 5' & 6 ' MODELS - PN-808078 (Rev 08/00) .

BELT SHIELD COMPONENTS & KITS 5' & 6' MODELS PN-808078 (Rev 08/00) .5' & 6' BELT SHIELD COiVlPONENTS FRONT SHIELD REAR SHIELD 9 1 FIGURE 9 .

HiTCH COMPONENTS 7' MODEL (After September 2000) PN-808078 (Rev 08/00) .7' HlTCH COMPONENTS FIGURE 11 .

7' CUlTER COMPONENTS 22 FIGURE 10 DECK COMPONENTS 7' MODEL - 26 PN-808078 (Rev 08/05) .

7' CHAIN SHIELD COMPONENTS PN-BO8078 (Rev 10/02) .

HlTCH COMPONENTS 10' MODEL (After September 2000) PN-808078(Rev 08/00) .10' CUiTER HlTCH COMPONENTS FIGURE 14 .

10' CUITER COMPONENTS FIGURE 13 .DECK COMPONENTS IO' MODEL PN-808078 (Rev 08/05) 29 .

CHAIN SHIELD COMPONENTS & KITS 10' MOOEL PN-808078(Rev 10103) .10' CHAIN SHIELD COMPONENTS FlGLlRE 15 .

5' .WHEN REPLACING GEARBOX PARTS BE SURE TO NOTE BRAND OF GEARBOX THAT IS ON CUTTER. * COMER 7' .10' GIBOXES CAN BE IDENTIFIED BY EITHER A ROUND HOUSING WlTH AN 8-BOLT INPUT COVER. A O SYMBoLoN * COMER 4' . * ITG 4'-5'-6'-7'-10' GIBOXES CAN ALL BE IDENTIFIED BY A SQUARE HOUSING WlTH EITHER A 6-BOLT OR 8mBOLT INPUT CAP. .6' GIBOXES CAN BE IDENTIFIED BY A CIRCULAR BACK AND SNAP RING. OR A SQUARE HOUSING WlTH A 4-BOLT RIBBED COVER PLATE ON TOP OF GIBOX. * OMNl ON ALL CUTTER SlZES GIBOXES CAN BE IDENTIFIED BY BACK OF HOUSING. AS TO BE CERTAIN IN GETTING THE CORRECT ITEMS FOR REPAIR.

& 6' OMNl GEARBOX COMPONENTS @ OMNl GEARBOX IDENTIFIED BY SYMBOL LOCATED ON BACK OF REAR HOUSING. 5'.GEARBOX COMPONENTS 4' 5'. FIGURE 16.4'. & 6' MODELS .OMNl PN-808078 (Rev 04/03) 31 .

@ PN-808078 (Rev 04/03) OMNl GEARBOX IDENTIFIED BY SYMBOL LOCATED ON BACK OF REAR HOUSING .

!Y. & 6' MODELS .COMER PN-808078 (Rev 04/03) .GEARBOX COMPONENTS 4' 5'. & 6' COMER GEARBOX COMPONENTS 251 252 11 12 COMER 'IFIED BY CIRCULAR BACK & SNAP RING FIGURE 17 .4 ' .

5' & 6' ITG GEARBOX COMPONENTS FIGURE 18 .GEARBOX COMPONENTS 5'& 6'MODELS .TTG PN-808078 (Rev 04/03) 34 .

7' & 10' OMNl -SPINDLE GEARBOX COMPONENTS OMNl GEARBOX IDENTIFIED B Y SYMBOL LOCATED ON BACK OF REAR HOUSING 35 PN-808078 (Rev 08/05) .

. - 36 -.7' & 10' COMER --SPINDLE GEARBOX COMPONENTS FIGURE 19 - "**THIS GEARBOX JDENTlFlED BY BOLTS IN DOMED RIBBED TOP COVER BEGAN 6-03 PN-808078 (Rev 0 1104) .. .

37 PN-808078 (Rev 04/03) .SPINDLE GEARBOX COMPONENTS FIGURE 20 .7' & 10' COMER .7' & 10' COMER GEARBOX COMPONENTS ***THIS GEARBOX IDENTIFIED BY BOLTS IN FRONT ROUND COVER.

ITG .7 '& 10' ITG --SPINDLE GEARBOX COMPONENTS FIGURE P l .GEARBOX COMPONENTS 7' & 10' MODELS 38 PN-808078 (Rev 04/03) .

10' T-GEARBOX COMPONENTS PN-808078 (Rev 04/03) .10' CENTER SPLliTER GEARBOX FIGURE 22 .

WHEN REPLACJNG PT0 DRlVELlNE PARTS BE SURE TO NOTE BRAND OF DRlVELlNE THAT IS ON CUTTER. . AS TO BE CERTAIN IN GETTING THE CORRECT ITEMS FOR REPAIR. * BONDlOLl CAN BE IDENTIFIED BY BP STAMPED ON SHIELDING. * COMER DRIVELINES CAN BE IDENTIFIED BY EITHER THE NAME STAMPED COMER OR BY E-G ON SHIELDING. * EUROCARDAN DRIVELINES CAN BE IDENTIFIED BY EITHER NAME EUROCARDAN STAMPED OR BY A SYMBOL STAMPED ON SHIELDING.

Cutter Oniy) 810320 COMPLETE SHEARBOLT PT0 SHAFT (Used On 5 & 6 ft.- 810319 COMPLETE SHEARBOLT PT0 SHAFT (Used On 4 ft.EUROCARDAN SHEARBOLT DRlVELlNE (Series 40) Usage Began MAY-2005 4 ' 5' 6' PT0 CONIPONENTS . Cutter Oniy) PN-808078 (Rev 04/03) .

B. 810320 COMPLETE SHEARBOLT PT0 SHAFT FOR 5 ft. 810320 COMPLETE SHEARBOLT PT0 SHAFT FOR 6 ft.BONDlOLl SHEARBOLT DRlVELlNE (Series 40) Usage Prior MAY . ------- 505089 ------- --14 505095 -me-m- 13 505092 ------- 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ---505096 505096 1 1 810319 COMPLETE SHEARBOLT PT0 SHAFT FOR 4 ft.-505099 ------505102 505090 ----- 505103 505078 505079 505099 505102 505090 -----. Description PUSH PIN KIT TRACTOR YOKE 1-318-6 CROSS KIT (40 Series) IMPLEMENT S. YOKE _ SHEARBOLT %" X 3-112" Gr. Part # Used On 5 ft.2005 5'8~6'PT0 COMPONENTS 3 4 5 l I I Item 1 Part# Used On 4 ft Part # Used On 5 ïi.2 SAFETY CHAIN OUTER SHIELD LOCK INNER SHIELD LOCK TRACTOR HALF SHAFT TRACTOR HALF SHAFT IMPLEMENT HALF SHAFT IMPLEMENT HALF SHAFT OUTER SHIELD HALF 4' OUTER SHIELD HALF 5&6' JNNER SHIELD HALF 4' COMPLET€ SHlELD 4' COMPLETE SHIELD 5&6' Qty 1 1 2 1 1 NOTES 2 5 505058 505059 505062 505071 - 505058 505059 505062 505071 303367 505058 505059 505062 505071 303367 6 7 8 9 10 303367 - 505103 505078 505079 505098 505103 505078 505079 Il 12 505101 ----. 41A PN-808078 (Rev 01/06) .

810320 COMPLETE SHEARBOLT PT0 SHAFT FOR 5 fi. Pait # Used On 5 R Part # Used On 5 ït. Description PUSH PIN KIT SLIDE LOCK COLLAR KIT TRACTOR YOKE 1-318"-6 CROSS KIT (Series 40) ALEMITE Qty NOTES Style Varies Varies 505444 813831 505059 505062 505061 ' 505444 813831 505059 505062 505061 505444 813831 505059 505062 505061 -1 2 2 505071 505433 505103 505434 505098 505071 505433 505103 505434 505071 505433 505103 505434 SHEARBOLT YOKE SHEARBOLT %" X 3-112" Gr. 810320 COMPLETE SHEARBOLT PT0 SHAFT FOR 6 ft.COMER SHEARBOLT DRlVELlNE (Series 40) Usage Prior MAY 2005 - Item 1 2 3 4 Part# Used On 4 fl. 2 1 1 ~ .~ 303367 5 6 7 8 ------ -- ---- 505099 9 10 11 505425 505428 ----- 5051O 1 ---- --505426 --505429 ---505102 505099 - 505426 - 505429 ----- 505102 OUTER SHIELD LOCK SAFETY CHAIN INNER SHIELD LOCK TRACTOR HALF SHAFT TRACTOR HALF SHAFT OUTER SHIELD HALF OUTER SHIELD HALF INNER SHIELD HALF INNER SHIELD HALF IMPLEMENT HALF SHAFT IMPLEMENT HALF SHAFT 1 2 1 1 1 1 4' Only 7 1 1 1 1 5&6'Oniy 4' only 5 & 6' ~ n i y 4' Only 5 & 6' Oniy 4' Oniy 5 & 6' Only 810319 COMPLETE SHEARBOLT PT0 SHAFT FOR 4 ft.5 0 3 3 H . PN-808078 (Rev 01/06) .

7' PT0 COMPONENTS FIGURE 1 - EUROCARDAN DRIVEUNE Usage Began MAY-2006 FIGURE 2 - BONDIOU 3 4 Usagit Pil0r to MAY-2006 BONDIOU DRIVEUNE Usage Prlor to MAY-2005- FIGURE 3 - 1 WMER Usage Prlor to MAY-2005 Usage Prlor to MAY-2006 PN808078 (Rev 01106) .

7' PT0 COMPONENTS EUROCARDAN DRlVELlNE Usage Began MAY-POO5 FIGURE 1 - BONDlOLl DRNELINE Usage Pfïor ta MAY-2005 FIGURE 2 & 3 - COMER DRlVELlNE Usage Prlor to MAY-2005 PN808078 (Rev 01106) .

10' PT0 COMPONENTS FIGURE 1 4 - L' 11 EUROCARDAN DïüVEUNE Usage Began MAY.2005 A 1 J FIGURE 2 - i BONDlOLl Usage Priat to MAY-2006 BONDlOLl DRIVEUNE Usage Prlor to MAY-2005 FIGURE 3 - 8 Usage Prtorto MAY-2005 COMER DRIVELINE Usage Prlor to MAY-2006 PN-608078 (Rev 01106) .

FIGURE 26 10' LIFTTYPE DRNELINE COMPONENTS - l 1 Wih Clutch I 812176 COMPLETE PT0 WlTH CLUTCH I I BONDIOU DRlVELlNE Usage Prior to MAY-2005 FIGURE 2 & 3 - COMER DRIVELINE Usage Prior to MAY-2005 PNS08078 (Rev 01106) .

SLIPCLUTCH COMPONENTS FOR7'&10' EUROCARDAN 699503 699504 I I COMPLETE SLIPCLUTCH ASSY COMER PN-808078 Rev (01106) .

FLEX COUPLING -k 9 - 1/2#---+ 1 - 3/4 : 20 SPLINE SECTION A-A PARTIAL VIEW FOR CLARITY EUROCARDAN I 1 I I 800030 COMPLETECONNECTOR SHAFT ASSY 811400 PUSH PIN K I T (FOR 809265-HUB) .10 FOOT .