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TABLE OF CONTENTS, PREFACE Battry Kits 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 22. TABLE OF CONTENTS Vehicle Battery Kit 0 22, SAFETY 1 Spreader Battery Kit 22. Safety Defiriitions 1 Gear Case 0 0 23, Safety Precautions 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 Gear Case. Assembly 0 0 0 0 o 24, Battery Safety 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 HousiIlg Pre assembly 0 0 0 0 0 24. Spreader Labels 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 Cover Pre assembly 0 0 0 24. GENERA INFORMATION 0 0 0 0 0 0 4, Output Shaft Pre assembly 0 24.
Input Shaft Pre assembly 24, Torque Char 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4. Assembly of Pre assembled Pars 0 0 24, Material Weights 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4. Gear Case Disassembly o 0 0 0 25, Detennining Vehicle Payload 0 0 0 0 5. Feed Gate Regular Capacity 0 0 0 25, OPERA TI ON 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7. Feed Gate High Capacity 0 26, Cab Control Identification o 0 0 0 7.
High Capacity 26, Labels Regular and, Engine Operation 7. Cab Control 0 27, Staring the Engine 0 0 0 7 Clamp Loops 27. Stopping the Engine 0 7, Vehicle Haress 28, Clutch Operation 0 0 8. Spreader Haress 28, Baffle Adjustment 8, Plug Cover 0 28. MAINTENANCE 0 10 Hook d o 28, General 0 0 10 Electrc Throttle 0 0 29.
Grease 0 1 0 Removal Instrctions 29, Chains 0 1 0 Instalation Instrctions 29. Electric Clutch 0 11, ACCESSORIS 0 0 0 0 30, Engine Service and Repair o 11. Center High Mounted Stoplight, Hydraulic Units 0 12. CHMSL Kit 30, ABBREVIATION KEY 12 Installation Instructions 30. PARTS DIAGRAMS AND LISTS 13 Inverted V ee Asse bly. Regular Capacity Mild Steel 31, Chute Assembly Regular Capacity 13.
Installation Instructions 31, Chute Assembly High Capacity 14. Inverted Vee Assembly, Conveyor Drive and Idler, Regular and High Capacity 15 Regular Capacity Stainless Steel 32. Conveyor Drive Hydraulic 17 Installation Instrctions 32. Engine Drive with Clutch Inverted Vee Assembly, Regular and High Capacity 19 High Capacity 33. Installation Instrctions 33, Form No 80357, April 2 1998. Welcome to the growig famly fFISHER substtue items as they could afect the. spreader owners performance and warty of ths product. Ths maual provides safety operation Before using your FISHER spreader mae sue. maitenance repai par and accessories your vehicle is equipped with all vehicle. informtion for your new FISHER spreader To manufactur and Fisher s recon ended. kee your spreader opetig saely and options for sp adig Read ths manua and al. effciently inist tht all operators and, spreader labe s before using the spreader.
maitenance personnel read and underd ths, When serce is necessa your local Fisher CAUTON Thsand. spreader is designed, ice control, spread snow materlsto. deaer distbutor knows your spreder best and is only Do not use the spreader for purses. interest in your complete satisfaction Contact other th those specified in ths maua. your dealer or distrbutor if you reui assistce, Before using your spreader read ths maua. Always obta origial Fisher serce par frm, carefuly and follow its recommendations. your Fisher dealer distrbutor Never accept any, Form No 80357.
Apn12 1998, Safety Definitions Stop the spreader before leaving the. vehicle to unclog adjust oil or clea the, identiesThe symbol at left. a SAFTY Before servicing the spreader wait for all. WARNG that indicates a movement to stop, potentially hazardous sitution that Keep hands feet and clothg away from. if not avoided could result in death power drven pars and the convey r chain. or serous pesonal injur, Do not clib on or allow others to climb. on the spreader at any tie while operatig, avoided could resut in daage to product.
CAUTION Indicates a sitution that if Whe operatig the spreader use auxliar. or propert warg lights except when prohibited by, NOTE Identifies. maitenance tips helpful, inormtion hits and, the reader should. Safety Precautions Do not operate a spreader in need of. maintenance, Observe the followig safety procedures before. Before operating the spreader reassemble, and durg the use of the spreader By followig. any par or hardware that were removed, these rues and applyig common sense possible.
Before operatig the spreader remove, inur and potential daage to the product may. be avoided materials such as cleang rags bruhes, and hand tools from the spreader. GVWDo notWR, or GA exceed the, as found on Battery Safety. the drver side door comerost of, the vehicle See page 5 to calculate. the physical payload capacity of WARG wargs, Follow these.
to avoid peronal, your vehicle injur and daage to the equipment. Avoid exposing battery to a spark or flame, WARG Always charge battery in a well ventilated. Before workig with the spreader secure, Avoid contact with batter acid It can. al loose fitting clothg and unestrined cause serous personal inur and damage. hai to the equipment, Before starg the spreader check that all Always disconnect battery before. personnel and equipment are clear of the removing or replacing any electrcal. spreader and the spray area components, Before operating the spreader check that Never lay anyting on a battery Ths.
all safety guards are in place could result in electrcal shock or bums or. daage to the vehicle or equipment, Fonn No 80357 April 2 1998. Spreader Labels, The diagram below indicates the location of the 2A W AIN Rotatig spinner. safety and identifcation labels The numbers in and movvg conveyor can. the diagr correspond to the numbers listed cause inur. below Tur off spreader and wait for, spiner and conveyor to stop before. makg any adjustments, Keep hands feet and loose clothg. away ftom spiner and conveyor, Wear eye protection.
Stay mium 25 feet away while, spiner is rotating, o FISHER Decal. 4 1 4 X 15, intalationImproper, and operation can, cause injur and or equipment and. propert damage Read and, understad labels and Ower s. W AING Gasoline is, Tur off engie and allow it to cool. before fillig gas tamc, DO NOT smoke or use open flame.
Manual before instaling operatig, or makg adjustments to spreader. If a replacement manual is needed, contact your distrbutor. with 25 feet of spreader, Allow spilled gas to evaporate I S WARNG Overloaded. completely before starg engie vehicles ca cause accidents. Gasolie engine produces poisonous Do not exceed GVW and GA WR. gases DO NOT operate in an ratigs, enclosed area See Owner s Manual to determe. Gasolie engine has hot and moving maxmum volumes of spreading. par that can cause injur materiaL, Use care when workig with or near PN 9133.
the gasoline engine and its pars, Shut off engie when not in use Serial Number Label No P N. even for short periods of, avoid daage to equipment or I 7n W AING Do not ride on any. propert par of spreader at any time, PN 9131 This can cause injur. Form No 80357, April 2 1998, WARI Movig par can, causemjur i lO 1 WARI Electrc shock can. cause mjur, Always tu spreader off and wait Disconnect electrc power before.
for movement to stop before refilling sericing or performg. hopper or makg adjustments maintenance, Keep all guds and labels in place PN 20600. WAR Conveyor can, cause mjur, Keep hads feet and clothg away. from conveyor chain, Ony servce conveyor chain afer all. in hopper Do not leave unused material, Material can freeze or solidif causing unt to. not work properly Empty and clean hoppe, movement has stopped afer each use.
PN 9414 PN 20143, Fonn No 80357 3 April 2 1998, GENERAL INFORMATION. Torque Chart Regular Capacity, When tightening fasteners refer to Table 1 See Figue 1 to determe the correct amount of. Torque Cha for the recommended fastener spreadig material for the regular capacity hopper. torque values spreader, Table 1 Torque Chari 27, Recommended Fastener Torque Chart. 1 8 300 58 893, Metric Grade 8 8 Ft Lb, size Torue Size i or Figure 1. M6 7 M12 60, M8 17 M14 95, M10 35 M16 155, Th toqu value apply to rnt assbly iate.
ex th no in th inston High Capacity, See Figue 2 to determe the correct amount of. Material Weights spreadig material for the high capacity hopper. Refer to Table 2 Materal Weights for the spreader, weight per cubic yard of common spreading. materals 8 Spreader 10 Spreader, Table 2 Matenal Weights. WEIGHT lb per, Fine Salt Dry 2 025, Coarse Salt Dry 1 431. Coarse Sand Dry 2 700, Coarse Sand Wet 3 240, Cinders 1 080.
Form No 80357 4 April 2 1998, GENERAL INFORMATION, Determining Vehicle Payload 4 With the occupants in the trck for norml. hopper spreader operation weigh vehicle to, A WARING Check. load rating vehicle s, certification sticker, for the maxum vehicle capacity. DO NOT load beyond the vehicle s, GVW and GA WR ratings. obta gross vehicle weight GVW, 5 Subtract the GVW from the GVW to.
detere the available material payload, 6 Obta the weight per cubic yard lb lc yd. of the desird materal from Table 2 page 4, Overloadig could result in an. accident or daage to the vehicle Divide the weight into the payload to. detere the maxum volume of material, Use Table 3 to record inormation that can be caned. 1 Instal hopper spreader and optional 7 Compare the maximum volume to Figues 1. equipment accordig to the intrctions or 2 on page 4 to determe the maxum. height of the material in the hopper spreader, 2 Instal or attch any other equipment that will. be on the vehicle while the hopper spreader 8 Fill hoppe with the material to the height. wil be in use step bumper triler hitch calculated Re weigh vehicle with occupants. snowplows etc and verify the GVW Front Gross Axe, Fill gas ta Weight and Rear Gross Axle Weight are less.
than the vehicle s ratigs, 3 Obtain the Gross V ehicle Weight Ratig. 9 Repeat steps 7 and 8 for each tye of materaL, GVW Front Gross Axe Weight Ratig. FGA WR and Rear Gross Axe Weight Refer to Table 3 on page 6 for an example and. Ratig RGA WR from the certifcation label worksheet. located inside the drver side door jam, Form No 80357 5 April 2 1998. GENERAL INFORMATION, Table 3 Determining Vehicle Payload. Material Type, Coars Salt Dry, Equipment instlled when vehide RC Mild Steel 8.
was weighed Hopper Spreader, Front Gross Axle Weight Rating. Rear Gro Axle Weight Rating, Gross Vehide Weight Rating. Gross Vehicle Weight GVW lb 6500, Payload Available lb 2100. Material Weight Ib lcu yd 1431, Maxmum Volume cu yd 1 47. Maximum Height Approximate in 24, Loaded Front Gross Axe Weight.
Loaded Rear Gross Axe Weight, Loaded Gross Vehide Weight. Table 4 Spreader Specifications, Overall Empty, Spreader Capacit Capacity Overall Overall. Spreader Weight lb Recom, Descrption Struck Rounded Width Height. Length No sceen mended Use, or battery cu yd cu yd inches inches. Regular Capacit, 8 Hopper Boy 113 624 1 8 2 3 50314 32 1 2 3 4 or 1 Ton.
16 Gauge Stainless Steel Pick up, Regular Capacit, 8 Hopper Body 113 820 1 8 2 3 503 4 32 1 2 lb GVW. 12 Gauge Mild Steel, High Capacit, 8 Hopper Body 113 1000 2 6 3 2 58 41 Flat Bed. 12 Gauge Mild Steel, High Capacit above, 10 Hopper Body 137 1200 3 3 4 1 15 000 lb. 12 Gauge Mild Steel GVW, Side Extnsions ar not recommended for the 16 Gauge Stainless Steel Spreader and will void all waties. 6 Side Extension adds 0 6 cu yd capacity 12 Side Extension adds 1 2 cu yd capacity. Form No 80357 6 April 2 1998, Cab Control Identification 8 When the engie stas release the igntion.
3 Position Spreader Electrc the engie does not sta after 10. Ignition Throttle seconds of crankg tu both vehicle and. Clutch Switch Switch spreader igntion switches to OFF and see the. Briggs Stratton Owner s Manual that is, shipped with the spreader. 9 Afer the engie sts move the thotte, START switch to IDLE and hold for 1 2 1 second to. BLAST CD IDLE releas the choke, Clutch Engie I FUSE I Throttl 10 To control the engie speed. Increase hold the thottle switch at, CHOKE FAST, Decrease hold the thotte switch at IDLE. NOTE Maxum, just prior engiethe, to chokig speed is obtained.
operate conveyor, when andswitch, the clutch spiner wilthe ON. or BLAST position Stopping the Engine, 1 Move the thottle to IDLE and hold for two. Engine Operation seconds, Refer to Figue 3 as a reference for stag and 2 Tur the spreader igntion switch to OFF. stopping the engie, Starting the Engine, when notAlways. in use to empty, preventthe spreader, conveyor chain If the chai becomes stuck.
NOTE Read and Ower s, manufactuer s understd the engine. Manual before, or frozen remove the material from the. staing the engie hopper and free the chai or move the. spreader to a war area to thaw the materiaL, 1 Tur the vehicle igntion switch to ON. 2 Verify the clutch switch is OFF, CAUTION Do not, chain by using attempt. a pipe to free, wrench theother, 3 Tur the spreader igntion switch labeled.
tool on the outputshaft of the gear case The, Engie on the cab control to ON. gear case is designed to accept torque from the, 4 Move the thottle switch to IDLE and hold input shaft only Attempts to tu the output. for two seconds release shaft will strp the gear and void any warnty. 5 Tur the spreader igntion switch to START, 6 Whle the engie is crag move the. thottle switch to CHOKE F AST, 7 When the engie stas to fire release the. Regular and High Capacity Hopper Spreaders The diagram below indicates the location of the safety and identifcation labels The numbers in the diagr correspond to the numbers listed below W AING Gasoline isflamable Tur off engie and allow it to cool before fillig gas tamc DO NOT smoke or use open flame with 25 feet of spreader Allow spilled gas to evaporate completely before starg

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