2925U 2940U Universal Rigid Speedtiller Operator Manual

O P E R AT O R & S A F E T Y I N S T R U C T I O N M A N U A L 2 9 0 0 S P E E D T I L L E R

UNIVERSAL RIGID MODELS:

2925U 2930U 2935U 2940U

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Dear Customer

Thank you for purchasing a Universal Rigid Speedtiller®. We would like to assure you that you have made a good choice, and will be able to rely on this high quality piece of equipment. We ask you to follow the user’s instructions closely, as this will ensure that you experience the benefits of using the machine without experiencing the unnecessary down time caused by misuse. When you receive the machine, make sure that it has not been damaged during transportation and that no parts are missing. Contact your dealer immediately if any parts are missing. Ensure that all components are correctly adjusted. The return of the Warranty Registration Form ( Page 47 ) will enable a prompt and efficient identification of your Speedtiller® and attention to any concern you may have. Before operating PLEASE TAKE THE TIME TO LEARN the process of operation. Do not take the unit for granted; ease into becoming familiar with your new equipment. The operator should be a responsible adult familiar with farm machinery and trained for this purpose. Do NOT allow persons to operate or assemble the unit until they have read this manual and understand how to use this machine, and observe the safety precautions. Never exceed the limits of this machine. If its ability to do a job, or to do so safely, is in question - DO NOT TRY IT.

DO NOT attempt to operate this equipment under the influence of drugs or alcohol.

Remember - Your best assurance against accidents is a careful and responsible operator.

If you have any questions not answered in this manual or require additional copies or the manual is damaged, please contact your dealer or be free to phone us on our free call number:

USA - 1800 445 6882 AUS - 1800 194 131

The team here at K-Line Agriculture trust you enjoy a good season and prove the benefits of owning and operating a quality machine that is built to perform.

Signed:

James Larsen General Manager

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TA B L E O F C O N T E N T S

Customer Letter

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Ram Stop Combinations

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Machine Blocking In Excessive Trash

Specifications Legal Disclaimer

5

Clogging In Wet Soil

5

Performing Maintenance

Maintenance & Safety Procedures

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INTRODUCTION

6

Identifying The Machine Tractor Requirements

6

After Delivery Check-List

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6

Definitions Used In This Manual Availability Of Genuine Parts Disc Arm Identification (Rear View)

6

Lubrication Of Roller Bearings

32

6

EXPLODED VIEWS

33-37

6

Speedtiller Jump Arm Assembly

33 34 35 36 37

RISK MANAGEMENT

7-9

Disc Arm Bearing

Identifying Hazards

7

50mm Roller Bearing

Monitor & Review Control Measures

7

Side Coulter

Risk Assessment

7 7 8

Heavy Duty Roller Bearing

Risk Control

Risk Assessment Score Chart

Rear Roller Bearing Fitting Instructions

38

Risk Assessment Table

9

Bolt Torque Tables

39-40

SAFETY

10-23

Testimonial Permission Form

41-42

Important Notice (MUST READ)

10

Safety Alert Symbol

11

WARRANTY Warranty Letter

45-49

Signal Words

11

Your Safety & The Safety Of Others Is Important Safety Decal Placement For All 3 Machines

11 12

45 47 49

Warranty Registration Form Warranty Request Form

Safety Decals

13-15

Safety Sign Care

16

Tire Pressures & Safety

17

Hydraulic Operation & Safety Hydraulic Hose Hook-Up Priming Hydraulic System Electrical Connection Hook Up

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19

Hydraulic System Failure Hitching/Unhitching Transporting/Roading

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21

22-23

Speedtiller Start Ups

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FIELD OPERATION

24-32 24-26

Lateral Front Disc Gang Positioning

Front Disc Lateral Standard Factory Setting

25 26 26 27 28

Adjustment Procedures Excessive Trash Conditions

Tracking Adjustments

Speed Range

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UN I VE RSA L S P EC I F I CAT I ONS

UNIVERSAL MODEL SIZES OPERATING WIDTH APPROX. TRACTOR POWER RANGE

2925U

2930U

2935U

2940U

2.5M (8.2FT)

3.0M (9.8FT)

3.5M (11.5FT)

4.0M (13.1 FT)

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NUMBER OF DISCS

20

24

28

32

SPEEDTILLER WEIGHT DEPENDING ON ROLLER ETC.

2990KG 6593LB 3248KG 7162LB 3456KG 7620LB 4120KG 9085LB

TOWING TRANSPORT HEIGHT TRANSPORT HEIGHT

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-

-

TRANSPORT WIDTH

2.8M (9.2FT)

3.3M (10.8FT)

3.8M (12.5FT)

4.3M (14.1FT)

TRANSPORT LENGTH

6.5M (21.3FT)

6.5M (21.3FT)

6.5M (21.3FT)

6.5M (21.3FT)

TRANSPORT TONGUE WEIGHT

860KG 1896LB 960KG 2117LB 1050KG 2315LB 1140KG 2514LB

WHEEL EQUIPMENT 11.5/80 X 15.3 16 PLY

11.5/80 X 15.3 16 PLY

11.5/80 X 15.3 16 PLY

11.5/80 X 15.3 16 PLY

Figure 1

LEGAL DISCLAIMER LAST UPDATED: 06/08/18

The information contained in the L-Line Industries Pty Ltd (also trading as “K-Line Ag” and “K-Line Agriculture”) manual is for general information purposes only. K-Line Industries Pty Ltd assumes no responsibility for errors or omissions in the contents on the book. In no event shall K-Line Industries Pty Ltd be liable for any special, direct, indirect, consequential, or incidental damages or any damages whatsoever, whether in an action of contract, negligence with the use of the Service or the contents of the Service. K-Line Industries Pty Ltd reserves the right to make additions, deletions, or modification to the contents of this manual at any time without prior notice.

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AFTER DELIVERY

When you receive the machine, make sure that it has not been damaged during transportation and that no parts are missing. Only by giving us immediate advice can the necessary replacement parts be obtained. Ensure that all components are correctly adjusted.

GENUINE PARTS

K-Line spareparts and accessories havebeen specificallydesigned anddeveloped for themachines produced. We would call your attention to the fact that non-genuine parts and accessories are not recommended by K-Line. The use of such replacement parts frees K-Line from all liability and makes the warranty void. The installation and/or use of non-genuine parts may, because of technical characteristics of construction, modify or influence the performance of the machine negatively.

IDENTIFYING THE MACHINE FOR REQUESTING SPARE PARTS

The machine is identified by the serial number on the metal plate on the machine. When requesting spare parts or maintenance service, please indicate the model and number of your equipment to ensure prompt and efficient attention.

TRACTOR REQUIREMENTS

10-14 Horsepower x width of machine in feet 25-35 Kilowatt x meter width of machine in meters Tractor weight must be same as or greater than the towed unit.

Hydraulic valves

4 x Double spool (optional) 2800 PSI approximately

Hydraulic operating pressure

DEFINITIONS USED IN THIS MANUAL

DISC ARM IDENTIFICATION (REAR VIEW)

VIEW FROM REAR OF MACHINE

FRONT ARM

REAR ARM

BOLT TENSION

Top plate bolt tension 200ft lbs/280nm

Disc bolt tension 250ft lbs/340nm

Figure 2

Figure 3

Figure 4

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R I S K M A N A G E M E N T

Risk management is the process of finding out what may cause an injury, deciding what may happen as a result, and doing something about it.

The steps of risk management are: • Identify the hazards to workplace health and safety arising from work activities • Assess the risks

• Determine and implement control measures to reduce risk • Monitor and review the effectiveness of the control measures IDENTIFYING HAZARDS

Prior to commencing work, all hazards related to the work tasks should be identified. The selection of the appropriate work procedure(s) will depend on the type of work procedure(s) and hazards involved. Regular safety inspections will also identify hazards and ensure that control measures are in place. RISK ASSESSMENT Risk assessment allows appropriate control measures to be developed. Once hazards have been identified, they should be assessed in terms of their potential to do harm. To assess risk, consideration should be given to probability and consequences. (SEE RISK ASSESSMENT SCORE CHART - Pg 8). RISK CONTROL Risk control is the process of eliminating or reducing risk factors. Control measures should be chosen and implemented to eliminate or reduce risk as far as practicable. When deciding on the most appropriate measures to use, practicality and acceptance of the control measures should be considered. Safe Working Procedures will be developed for all high – medium risk hazards. MONITOR AND REVIEW CONTROL MEASURES The risk identification, assessment and control process requires regular monitoring to ensure the implemented control measures perform as originally intended and continue to prevent or adequately control the risk of injury or incident. Control measures should also be checked carefully to ensure that new hazards are not created, directly or indirectly, by the original control measures.

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R I S K A S S E S S M E N T S C O R E C H A R T

Figure 5

AT ALL TIMES COMPLY WITH RECOMMENDATIONS AND REQUIREMENTS OF THE MANUFACTURER AND THE ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AUTHORITY

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R I S K A S S E S S M E N T - C O N T I N U E D

RISK SCORE

REVISED RISK SCORE

CODE

HAZARDS

CONTROL

ADJUSTING & CLEANING MUST ONLY BE DONE WHEN MACHINE IS LOWERED OR IN TRANSPORT POSITION AND ONLY AFTER ALL CHAINS AND BOLTS HAVE BEEN CHECKED FOR TIGHTNESS & WEAR IN THE LOWER POSITION. ENSURE JACK IS INSTALLED CORRECTLY & JACK RECEIVES REGULAR MAINTENANCE. KEEP FEET AND BODY CLEAR WHEN OPERATING. ENSURE NO PERSONNEL ARE BETWEEN TRACTOR & HARROW BAR WHEN HITCHING TRACTOR MACHINE MUST BE LOWERED INTO WORKING POSITION USING SUITABLE LIFTING EQUIPMENT BEFORE PRIMING IS EFFECTED BY SLIGHTLY LOOSENING FITTING/S INTO CYLINDERS AND OPERATING TRACTOR HYDRAULICS TO ACHIEVE FULL UNINTERRUPTED TRAVEL OF CYLINDER SEVERAL TIMES. THEN RE-TIGHTEN HYDRAULIC TINE FITTINGS ENSURE ALL THREE JACKS ARE CORRECTLY POSITIONED AND TAKING WEIGHT BEFORE REMOVING DRAWBAR PIN. STICKERS WARN OPERATOR MAINTAIN REGULAR CHECKS ON HYDRAULIC SYSTEM FOR WEAR & CHECK ALL FITTINGS ARE SECURE ENSURE TRACTOR OIL FLOW IS LIMITED TO REDUCE FALLING SPEED OR DO NOT INTERRUPT MACHINE FALLING UNTIL MACHINE IS FULLY IN LOWERED POSITION SAFETY PINS MUST BE PUT IN PLACE AS SOON AS MACHINE IS PUT IN TRANSPORT POSITION AND IF TRAVELLING ON PUBLIC ROADS TO DISCONNECT HYDRAULICS FROM TRACTOR

CRUSHING - WHEN ADJUSTING AND CLEANING, AS MACHINE MAY DROP WITHOUT WARNING

1

5

1(A).

CRUSHING - IMPROPER USE OF JACK

1

5

1(B).

CRUSHING - WHEN HITCHING TRACTOR

2

5

1(C).

CRUSHING - PRIOR TO PRIMING HYDRAULIC SYSTEM, AS MACHINE MAY DROP WITHOUT WARNING

1

5

1(D).

SUDDEN LIFT OF DRAWBAR CAUSING SEVERE INJURY, IF MACHINE BECOMES UNHITCHED PENETRATION OF OIL - BROKEN OR BADLY MAINTAINED HYDRAULIC LINES RUPTURE OF OIL LINES BY OVER PRESSURE WHEN MACHINE COMES TO SUDDEN STOP BEFORE FULLY LOWERED TO WORKING POSITION COLLISION - HYDRAULICS ACCIDENTALLY LOWERED WHEN MACHINE IS BEING OPERATED IN TRANSPORT

1

5

1(E).

2

5

2(A).

2

5

2(B).

1

5

3.

Figure 6

ALL HAZARDS & RISKS ARE CONTROLLED THROUGH SAFE WORKING PROCEDURES & ADEQUATE SIGNAGE

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It is the responsibility of the operators to: Read and understand your manual Take time to familiarize yourself with the operation of this machine, particularly the safety signs and devices fitted to this machine.

USE OF MACHINE BEYOND ITS LIMITS OR INTENT OF OPERATION WILL VOID WARRANTY.

Slow down in terrain such as rocks, or other difficult operating conditions.

I MPORTANT NOT I C E

• Safe work procedure analysis must be performed before attempting to assemble this machine

• Do not attempt to operate this equipment under the influence of Drugs & Alcohol. • K-Line Ag can not be held responsible for any injury, death or property damage in the process of assembling this machine.

For further information please contact :

US: 1800 445 6882 AU: 1800 194 131

• Ensure hydraulic system is full primed - See pg 17.

K-Line Ag has produced this manual as a guide for the operation of your machine. While every care and precaution has been taken in compiling this booklet, K-Line Ag carries no responsibility for errors and omissions. • This production is made available as is, without warranty of any kind expressed or implied. • K-Line Ag assumes no responsibility for damages resulting from the use of information contained herein. • This booklet is compiled to comply with the present state of the machine at the time of publication, and K-Line Ag reserves the right to improve and revise their products at any time.

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S A F E T Y A L E R T ! ! S A F E T Y . . . Y O U C A N L I V E W I T H I T Y O U R S A F E T Y A N D T H E S A F E T Y O F O T H E R S I S I M P O R TA N T

• BE PREPARED! • BE SAFE ! • BE AWARE ! • BE SEEN!

When you see this symbol, you must be alert to the possibility of injury or death. SAFETY ALERT SYMBOL

SIGNAL WORDS

The use of signal words, DANGER , WARNING AND CAUTION relating to the safety messages. The appropriate Signal word is selected when using the following guidelines.

Indicates an imminently hazardous situation that if not avoided, COULD result in serious injury or death if proper safety measures are not taken.

Indicates a potentially hazardous situation that, if not avoided COULD result in serious injury or death if proper safety measures are not taken .

Indicates potentially hazardous situation that, if not avoided MAY result in serious injury or death if proper safety measures are not taken.

ALL OPERATORS MUST UNDERSTAND AND ABIDE BY MAINTENANCE SAFETY PROCEDURES SET OUT IN THIS BOOK. IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE ASSEMBLER TO ATTACH ALL SAFETY SIGNS AND DEVICES TO THIS MACHINE. FAILURE TO OBSERVE THE INSTRUCTIONS OF THIS BOOKLET COULD RESULT IN SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH.

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S A F E T Y D E C A L P L A C E M E N T

I M P O R TA N T If safety signs have been damaged, removed, become illegible or parts replaced without decals, new decals must be applied. New decals are available from your authorized dealer or direct from factory.

*NOTE: ALL STICKERS ARE THE SAME FOR THE DIFFERENT SIZES

F - BOTH SIDES OF WHEEL FRAME

N - BOTH SIDES OF WHEEL FRAME

B & EE - BOTH SIDES ON RIM

I - BOTH ENDS OF BOW

H

A

G

C

U

L

J R

K

Figure 7

Decal part numbers & quantities shown in table below:

A B C EE F G H I J K L N R U

DECAL

1 2 1 2 2 1 1 2 1 1 1 2 1 1

QTY

Figure 8

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S A F E T Y D E C A L S

*NOTE:

NOT ALL DECALS GO ON ALL MODELS. (See previous page for details)

A. 9WD-W022

B. 9WD-C023

E. 9WD-D01V

G. 9WD-W021

C. 9WD-W05

D. 9WD-D04

H. 9WD-C04

F. 9WD-D01H

I. 9WD-I01

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S A F E T Y D E C A L S - C O N T I N U E D

N. 9WD-W01

J. 9WDW-T5

0. 9WD-D01

K. 9WDD-T3

R. AUS SPEED STICKER MAX 32KPH/20MPH

L. 9WD-W024

EE. 9WD-W02

M. 9WD-W10

T. HYDRAULIC COLOR

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S A F E T Y D E C A L S - C O N T I N U E D

*NOTE: WHEEL DEPTH STICKER: WHITE WITH CUT OUTS (SHOWN AS BLACK)

Y. WHEEL DEPTH

U. 9WD-I02

W. FOLDING INSTRUCTION

Q. 9WD.F01

P. 9WD-R01

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S A F E T Y S I G N C A R E

• Keep safety signs clean and legible at all times • Replace safety signs that are missing or have become illegible • Replaced parts that displayed a safety sign should also display the current sign.

TO ORDER SAFETY DECALS CONTACT:

K-Line Agriculture PO Box 340 74 Young Rd Cowra NSW 2794 Email: sales@k-line.net.au Free-call: 1800 194 131

Australia:

USA: K-Line Agriculture PO Box 567

700 Division Avenue S Cavalier ND 58220 Email: sales@k-lineag.com Free-call: 1800 445 6882

HOW TO INSTALL SAFETY SIGNS: • Be sure that the installation area is clean and dry. • Decide on the exact position before you remove the backing paper. • Remove the smallest portion of the split backing paper. • Align the decal over the specified area and carefully press the small portion with the exposed sticky backing in place. • Slowly peel back the remaining paper and carefully smooth the remaining portion of the decal in place. • Failure to comply could result in serious injury or death

Figure 9

Locate where necessary. (Refer to Safety decal placement, pg 12)

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T I R E S A F E T Y & P R E S S U R E S

SERVICING PROCEDURES

• Always cage tires before seating beads. • Never exceed stated pressures when seating beads. • Do not attempt to mount a tire unless you have the suitable equipment and experienced personnel. • Inflating tires can be dangerous. Always stand to the side when inflating. • Failure to comply could result in serious injury or death. • Load ratings of replacement tires should meet or exceed weight requirements. • Correct pressure is 90PSI/413KPA (Centre) 75PSI/344KPA (Wing). • Before mounting wheel to machine, check all hub and rim contact surfaces are undamaged and free of paint, dirt and grease. • Lubricate wheel stubs with standard viscosity oil. • Tension wheel nuts to 350ft/lbs /474nm. • For field operation: Re-tension after 1st, 5th, then every 50 hrs of operation. • For road travel re-tension first 3 miles (5kms), 10 miles (15kms), and thereafter at 25 miles (40kms) intervals.

Figure 10

Figure 11

Tire Pressures When Fitted With Standard 22.5 Inch Tires

TIRE PRESSURE Center: 90PSI / 413KPA Wing: 75PSI / 344KPA Wheel Nut Tension: 350ft lbs / 47nm

Figure 12

When optional flotation tires are fitted use tire pressures stated on the tire. If no pressure stated use 50/55 PSI.

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H Y D R A U L I C O P E R AT I O N & S A F E T Y

HYDRAULIC HOSE HOOK UP

• For ease of hook up, hose grip handles are color coded. • The same color is used for each hydraulic circuit. • To distinguish between EXTEND and RETRACT , hose grips are marked accordingly. • Clean hydraulic hose breakaway ends before connecting to tractor. • Hose grip circuits are color coded and marked accordingly for In & Out . • After disconnecting tractor, ensure hydraulic hoses are safely stored in the hose holder.

HOSE GRIP COLOR CODES

COLOR

FUNCTION

GREEN

WING LIFT

RETRACT

BLUE

ROLLER (OPTION)

RED

WHEEL LIFT

EXTENT

D

YELLOW

FORE & AFT (TILT)

Figure 14 Hydraulic Ram Extension & Retraction Diagram

Figure 13

WARNING: ALL SAFETY LOCKS MUST BE ENGAGED FOR TRANSPORT & SERVICING. FAILURE TO COMPLY COULD RESULT IN SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH. IMPORTANT: NEVER FORCE HYDRAULICS DOWN WHILE SAFETY LOCKS ARE INSTALLED.

Out

FORE & AFT (TILT) CIRCUIT

In

WHEEL LIFT CIRCUIT

Out

In

Out

WING FOLD CIRCUIT

In

Out

ROLLER CIRCUIT

Figure 10

In

Figure 15

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S A F E T Y

Hydraulic fluid escaping under pressure can have sufficient force to cause injury. Keep all hoses and connections in good serviceable condition. Failure to heed may result in serious personal injury or death. Escaping hydraulic fluid under pressure can penetrate the skin causing serious injury. Avoid the hazard by relieving the pressure before disconnecting lines or performing work on the system. Make sure hydraulic fluid connections are tight and all hydraulic hoses and lines are in good condition before applying pressure to the system. Use a piece of paper or cardboard, NOT BODY PARTS , to check for suspected leaks. Wear protective gloves and safety glasses or goggles when working with hydraulic systems. DO NOT DELAY! If an accident occurs, see a doctor familiar with this type of injury immediately. Any fluid injected into the skin or eyes must be treated within a few hours or gangrene may result.

ENSURE HYDRAULIC SYSTEM IS FULLY PRIMED BEFORE USING

PRIMING HYDRAULIC SYSTEM

• Fully extend and retract hydraulic cylinders. • Repeat 3-4 times and hold lever extended each way for 10 to 15 seconds to release air from the system.

If problem exists hold hydraulic lever under pressure, until air is fully released from system.

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S A F E T Y

IN THE EVENT OF HYDRAULIC SYSTEM FAILURE OR HYDRAULIC HOSE RUPTURE, YOU MUST FOLLOW THE STEPS SET OUT BELOW. Escaping Hydraulic fluid is dangerous and can cause serious injury or death.

STEP 4: APPLY THE LOCKOUT / TAG-OUT DEVICE. • Disconnect all hydraulic hoses from tractor remotes. • Place lockout or out of service tags on all hoses. STEP 5: CONTROL THE STORED ENERGY. • Ensure no hydraulic pressure remains in system, slowly release bleed tap (if equipped), or slightly loosen one hydraulic connection on each circuit to allow any remaining fluid under pressure to be released. • Double check the steps and verify that the equipment has been shut down and has the lock and tag labels evident to prohibit operation. Have repairs carried out and defective parts replaced. Do not re-connect to tractor or other hydraulic power source, until system has been fully tested. STEP 6: VERIFY ISOLATION OF EQUIPMENT.

STEP 1: PREPARE FOR SHUTDOWN. • Immediately return hydraulic leaver to neutral position. • Stop operating machine.

STEP 2: SHUTDOWN THE EQUIPMENT. • Use hydraulic leaver to lower machine to ground (if in raised position).

STEP 3: ISOLATE THE EQUIPMENT. • Freely operate remote levers to release residual pressure from system. • If tractor so equipped place levers in float position. • Shut down tractor

ELECTRICAL CONNECTION HOOK UP (Accessory) • Ensure tractor and machine electrical connections are compatible. • Plug lead into tractor terminal.

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HITCHING TO TRACTOR

1. Keep well clear when backing up to machine. 2. Shut down tractor. 3. Secure & lock drawbar pin in place. 4. Install safety chain by crossing the chains under the tongue and secure to the drawbar hitch frame of the tractor. 5. Clean all hydraulic couplings. 6. Hoses are coded according to function Pg 18 . 7. Beware of high pressure fluid. 8. Plug in hoses to respective remote ports. 9. Plug in electrical lead to tractor connection. 10. Release implement jack & store. 11. Check hydraulic cylinders are fully primed to avoid serious injury or death. 12. See Pg 19 to prime hydraulic system. UNHITCHING • Machine must be fully lowered or in transport position with safety locks engaged. • Release hydraulic pressure from system. • Lock Implement jack in place. • Remove safety chains and drawbar pin. • Use wheel chocks.

Figure 16

Figure 17

If implement jack is damaged DO NOT USE , replace immediately, or severe bodily harm may result.

Figure 18

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S A F E T Y

TRANSPORTING/ ROADING 1. Ensure towing unit weight is the same as or greater than the towed unit. 2. Lockout tractor drawbar swing mechanism. 3. Ensure tires are correctly inflated. Pg 17 4. Check wheel nut tension *NB Pg 17 for wheel nut re-tensioning times 4 sequence. 5. Ensure all safety locks are engaged. 6. Ensure safety chains are attached to towing unit.

7. Tractor drawbar must be in fixed position, not swinging. 8. Ensure tractor brakes are latched together at all times. 9. Plan your route to avoid heavy traffic. 10. Observe bridge load ratings. TIP OVER HAZARD this is an unbraked implement. Use extreme caution when turning and on steep terrain. Maximum towing speed is 20mph (32km/hr) . DO NOT EXCEED AT ANY TIME.

NEVER transport machine on public roads without complying with Federal and State laws and local regulations governing the safe movement of farm machinery. ( Refer to Figure 16 )

Figure 16

POWER LINES CAN ARC & ELECTROCUTE WITHOUT COMING IN DIRECT CONTACT

Figure 17

Consult electricity authorities and all relevant energy companies to determine safe working distances from overhead power lines etc. BEFORE operation of this machine. • Ensure all operators are familiar with this manual and all safety devices and features of the machine. • Take every reasonable precaution as is commonly expected in this industry and in the operation of the machine. • Maintain the machine at all times in a condition that is safe to operate, and ensure it complies with any relevant safety acts of parliament, government authorities and regulations.

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S A F E T Y

BEWARE OF CRUSHING HAZARD WHEN ENGAGING AND DISENGAGING SAFETY LOCKS AND IN THE OPERATION OF THE WING FOLDING MECHANISM

• Beware of pinch points in wing lift area when securing or releasing safety locks • Never stand within radius of wings when in raised position, or folding and unfolding.

FAILURE TO COMPLY WILL RESULT IN SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH.

S P E E D T I L L E R S TA R T - U P T I P S Ⓡ

THIS IS A GUIDE ONLY AND MUST BE READ IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE PARTS & ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTION MANUAL 1) DEPTH CONTROL • Start by setting roller 40mm higher than discs on level service. • Ensure wing roller heights are set the same. (Folding wing models only)

2) TILT ADJUSTMENT (SETTING TO REDUCE SIDEWAYS TRACKING) • Start with front disc 20mm higher than back discs.

• Follow diagram for tilt settings. pg 27 • To adjust, turn front adjuster & lock.

3) FRONT LATERAL DISC POSITIONING IS FACTORY SET - See pg 25 for adjustment setting.

4) SPEED RANGE • 8-15km/hr. (5.9mph) • Greater activity occurs at higher speeds.

HEADLANDS/ TURNING • Always raise machine when on headlands and when turning.

5) ROAD TRAVEL SPEED LIMIT • 32kmh (20mph)

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F I E L D O P E R AT I O N

REAR VIEW OF DISC PROFILE

LATERAL FRONT DISC GANG POSITIONING

The Disc positioning system is used for maximum soil disturbance, reduced ridging and weed control. Adjustment can also be made to compensate for disc wear. ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE *NB - Be sure machine is tracking in line before attempting to make this adjustment. See pg 27 • Start with factory settings. Pg 25 • To remove any ridges, test run at normal operating speed and stop quickly. • Check for ridges of undug soil. Follow ridges into machine and identify which direction to adjust (see diagrams on this page). • Only adjust front sideways in small increments ½” or 12mm • Re-check in hard soils as jump arms tend to flex more.

Figure 18

REMEMBER, FULL GROUND DISTURBANCE STARTS AT 2 ½” 60MM

Adjustable Front Gang

Left

Right

Top Elevation

Soil Throw

Figure 19

Soil Throw

(A)

(B)

(A)

Cross Sectional View Of Soil Distrubance

Move Front Gang Right To Cut Out (A) Left To Cut Out (B)

Figure 21

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F R O N T D I S C G A N G L AT E R A L P O S I T I O N I N G S TA N D A R D F A C T O R Y S E T T I N G

REAR

FRONT

Figure 21

Recommended Spacing - Lateral Disc Gang

22”Discs

115 mm

24”Discs

95 mm

Measurements may vary according to disc concavity

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F I E L D O P E R AT I O N

FRONT DISC GANG LATERAL POSITIONING CONT

Slide adjuster linkage

ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE Loosen main retaining bolts on slide mechanism • Turn slide adjusting linkage to adjust to right or left • Lock slide adjusting linkage and tighten main retaining bolts (380ft lb / 500nm tension).

Slide Bolts

Left

Right

Figure 22

Height adjustment setting

Fore & aft adjustment

SIDE COULTER ADJUSTMENT Series of holes are provided for disc height and front to back positions for optimum furrow filling.

FOR EXCESSIVE TRASH CONDITIONS • Move coulter forward and angle outwards • Raise coulter. • Move coulter to the outside of supporting angle for more clearance.

Angle adjustment

Figure 23

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ENSURE DEPTH SETTINGS ARE EVEN ACROSS THE ENTIRE WIDTH OF MACHINE BEFORE ADJUSTING FRONT & REAR DISC GANG DEPTH RELATIONSHIP. TRACKING ADJUSTMENTS

TRACKING TO THE LEFT

TRACKING TO THE RIGHT

Figure 24

Figure 25

Figure 26

REAR DISCS GANGS WORK SLIGHTLY LOWER THEN FRONT DISCS

*NB - Due to the nature of this machine, some overlap should be allowed for side tracking as soil types and conditions can vary within any given run. Where difficult trash conditions are encountered ensure rear discs are set deep enough to positively rotate in the soil.

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F I E L D O P E R AT I O N

*NB - Assure that all discs engage with the soil for positive rotation. Where heavy trash conditions and loose soils are encountered, machine may have to yore sideways slightly to achieved desired result. TIP* When setting up machine in either mode always start shallow then adjust down to required depth setting. SPEED RANGE • 5-9 mph (8-15km/hr). • Speed variable to suit conditions Do not void warranty. Slow down in terrain such as rocks or other difficult operating conditions

WARNING USE OF MACHINE BEYOND ITS LIMITS OR INTENT OF OPERATION WILL VOID WARRANTY.

WARNING In field adjustments for Machine must be: • Lowered to ground OR, • Placed in raised position with all safety locks engaged with engine shut down.

FAILURE TO COMPLY COULD RESULT IN SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH

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F I E L D O P E R AT I O N

RAM STOP COMBINATIONS

Figure 27

*NB - INCHES DISPLAYED DO NOT INDICATE DIGGING DEPTH

1. Machine digging too shallow on right hand side. • Lower right hand tractor linkage arm. 2. Cross working at 15 degrees off line gives better leveling and trash clearance. 3. Full ground disturbance starts at 63.5mm (2.5 inches). Adjustment should be made to compensate for disc wear and concavity. • To improve weed control and for better soil disturbance. • Adjust lateral disc positioning. • Ensure machine is traveling in line. • Increase depth to cut. • Replace discs.

BLOCKING IN EXCESSIVE TRASH

• Lower rear discs gang to drive better in soil. • Adjust angle of lift soil deflector to allow greater flow.

• Try reducing speed slightly. CLOGGING IN WET SOILS 1. Raise working depth. 2. Raise front discs. 3. Give soil more time to dry out.

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P E R F O R M I N G M A I N T E N A N C E

DAILY MAINTENANCE CHECK FOR OPTIMUM PERFORMANCE

Disc bolts - Check first 10hrs of operation

Before Starting Work:

1. Check all pivot pins are fastened and anchor bolts are correctly tensioned. 2. For field operation: Re-tension after 1st, 50th, then every 50 hours of operation. 3. For road travel re-tension first 3miles (5kms), 10miles (15kms), and thereafter at 25miles (40kms) intervals 4. Check discs and disc bolt tension to specified torque 250ft lb / 340nm 5. Check for damaged, worn and fatigued parts. Have machine repaired if necessary. 6. Ensure all appropriate safety decals are securely attached to machine. Pgs 12-16 7. Check hydraulic system is fully primed. See Pg 19 8. Check all safety mechanisms are in place and operating correctly 9. Lubricate rear roller bearings. Pg 32 10. Instruction manual has been read, understood and stored with machine.

Figure 28

Always reset adjustments after changing disc blades.

Figure 29

Disc arm locating bolts - Check first 10hrs of operation

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M A I N T E N A N C E & S A F E T Y

• Good maintenance is your responsibility. Poor maintenance is an invitation to trouble. - Makesuremaintenanceareahasplentyofventilation. Beware exhaust fumes may cause asphyxiation. • Prior to commencing work, IDENTIFY ALL HAZARDS! Use control measures to eliminate these dangers. • Use blocks to support frame of machine on level area free of obstruction. • Always use a safety support and chock the wheels. • Never use an implement jack to support the machine. Only when doing maintenance. • Never work under raised machine unless all components are securely positioned and locked. • Engage all safety transport locks, chock wheels and front drawbar for temporary service if machine is in free standing mode. • A fire extinguisher and first aid kits should be kept readily accessible while performing maintenance on this equipment. • Follow the torque chart in this manual when tightening bolts and nuts. • Refer to bolt torque chart for head identification marking. • Always replace bolts with specified grades. • Where replacement parts are necessary for periodic maintenance and servicing, genuine factory replacement parts must be used to restore your equipment to original specifications, • Always use approved lifting equipment • If equipment has been altered in any way from original design, the manufacturer does not accept any liability for warranty or personal injury. • Replace all shields and guards after servicing before moving. • After servicing, be sure all tools, parts and service equipment are removed. • The machine is identified by the serial number on the metal plate on the machine. When requesting spare parts or maintenance service, please indicate themodel and number of your equipment to ensure prompt and efficient attention. • K-line Agriculture spare parts and accessories

have been specifically designed and developed for themachines produced. We would call your attention to the fact that non-genuine parts and accessories are not recommended by K-Line. Use of non-genuine parts and acessories releases K-Line from all liability and makes the warranty void. The installation and/or use of non-genuine parts may, because of technical characteristics of construction, may modify or influence the performance of the machine negatively.

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A F T E R D E L I V E R Y C H E C K L I S T

1. Check all pivot pins are fastened and anchor bolts are correctly tensioned. 2. Check discs and disc bolt tension to specified torque 250ft lb / 340nm 3. Ensure all appropriate safety decals are securely attached to machine – Pgs 12-16. 4. Check hydraulic system is fully primed – Pg 19 5. Check all safety mechanisms are in place and operating correctly

6. Lubricate heavy rear roller bearings – (This page) 7. Instruction manual has been stored with machine.

W A R N I N G

LUBRICATION OF PURGABLE HEAVY DUTY REAR ROLLER BEARINGS

• Continually rotate roller slowly while greasing • Grease must purge past seals • Grease every 8 hours

STANDARD REAR ROLLER BEARINGS One point is provided for each bearing. Two pumps of grease every 20 hrs of operation. HEAVY DUTY REAR ROLLER BEARINGS (LABYRINTH SEALS): Optional equipment - refer to Pg... for identification. • Continually rotate roller slowly while greasing. • Grease must purge past seals. • Grease every 8 hrs.

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S P E E D T I L L E R J UM P A R M A S S E M B LY

• Lift jump arm into position. • Loosely attach top clamp plate ② with front clamp plate bolt ⑤ & conelock nuts ⑤. (Just start by a few threads only & leave arm hanging loosely) • Slide in torsion rubbers ③ • Loosely attach rear clamp bolts ⑤ & conelock nuts ⑤ • Check sideways positioning • Tension all clamp bolts ⑤ with conelock nuts ⑤ provided.

Figure 30

ITEM NO.

QTY

PART NO

PART

1 1 1 1

1

29003JAAF1.SKI 29003JAARI.SKI 29003JAWF1 29003JAWR1 29000THP08 29000JAX230

COMPLETE JUMP ARM FRONT (ALL EXCEPT DISC) COMPLETE JUMP ARM BACK (SHOWN) (ALL EXCEPT DISC)

JUMP ARM ONLY FRONT (NOT INCLUDING HUB) JUMP ARM ONLY BACK (NOT INCLUDING HUB)

2 3 4 5 6 6 7 8 8 8 8

1 1 1

2900 JUMP ARM TOP HAT

2900 TORSION RUBBER (REQUIRES SET OF 4)

29003JAA03

COMPLETE DISC HUB UNIT

6 29000JABK.TH 2900 JUMP ARM BOLT KIT- 1 X M12 SET SCREW WITH CONELOCK NUT

5 5 4

9M12035Z8SS

M12 X 35MM BOLT M12 SPRING WASHER

9MI2SWZ

29000PLBK 2900 DISC BOLT KIT - 1 x PLOUGH BOLTWITH CONELOCK NUT

1 1 1 1

9SD1805S 9SD2005S 9SD2206S 9SD24065

18” x 5MM SCALLOPED DISC 20” x 5MM SCALLOPED DISC 22” x 6MM SCALLOPED DISC 24” X 6MM SCALLOPED DISC

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D I S C A R M B E A R I N G EXPLODED VIEW

ITEM NO. QTY.

PART NUMBER 29003JAW02 29003JAM02 9SS508011ML 9MRV2090 9DRT40.73 29003JAM03 29003JAM06 9M16040Z12CS

DESCRIPTION

1

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

2900 DISC STUB

2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

2900 REMOVABLE 5 STUD JUMP ARM HUB

2900 JUMP ARM SEAL

MRV2090 SEAL

DOUBLE TAPER ROLLER BEARING

BEARING SPACER BEARING RETAINER

M16 x 40 COUNTER SUNK SCREW

9OR151

151 O-RING

10 5 9M12035Z8SS

M12 X 35MM BOLT M12 SPRING WASHER

10 5

9M12SWZ

3, 4, 5, 8 & 9

1

29003JAKB1

BEARING KIT

9

8

7

5

2

6

3

4

1

Figure 31

2

5

4

1

*NB Spindle torque tension 360ft lb / 500nm

9

8

10

7

6

3

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5 0 MM R O L L E R B E A R I N G EXPLODED VIEW

Figure 32

ITEM NO. QTY.

PART NUMBER

DESCRIPTION

WEIGHT

1

1 1

9BHF212

F212 BEARING HOUSING

2.33 2.20 0.13 0.03 0.10

2 3 4 5 6 7

9UC2123LJ

UC212 BEARING BEARING CLIP POLY WASHER

4

9RBC01

1

9PWM04

4 9M16065Z8CS M16 X 65MM SOCKET SCREW

4

9M16CLZ

M16 CONELOCK NUT

0.04665

1

NA

NA

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S I D E C O U L T E R EXPLODED VIEW

Figure 33

ITEM NO.

QTY.

PART NUMBER

DESCRIPTION

WEIGHT

1

1

2900LSSWS1

2900 SPRAY STOPPER SHAFT WELDMENT

1.74

2

1

2900LSSWA1

2900 SPRAY STOPPER ANGLE

6.12

3

1

2900LSSWM1

2900 LEFT HAND SPRAY STOPPER MOUNT

8.00

4

1

29000SSWT1

2900 SPRAY STOPPER TOP HAT

3.34

5

1

29000JAX215

2900 SHORT RUBBER-220MM LONG

1.20

6

1

9HW40.62.015

LASER CUT SEAL PROTECTOR - 40.2ID X 62.2 OD X 1.5THK

0.02

7

1

Q55ISWBH

SINGLE COULTER HUB DISC MOUNT / BEARING HUB

1.01

8

1

9TC50-65-8

50OD X 65ID X 8THK OIL SEAL

0.00

9

1

9HW58.68.015

LASER CUT BEARING SPACER - 58 ID X 67.8 OD X1.5THK

0.01

10

1

9MW50M4011

ISC SEAL SPACER- 50 OD X 40 ID X 11THK

0.06

11

1

9DRT396837

DOUBLE TAPERED ROLLER BEARING

0.55

12

1

9HW18.55.08

HEAVY WASHER - 18 ID X 55 OD X 9THK

0.13

13

3

9M16SWZ

M16 SPRING WASHER, 5.5 X 4.0MM, ZINC PLATED

0.01

14

1

9M16040Z8SS

M16 X 40MM SET SCREW, ZINC PLATED, 8.8 GRADE

0.12

15

1

9CD2405

24” X 5MM PLAIN (FLAT) COULTER DISC

7.61

16

1

Q55ISHC01

Q55 SINGLE COULTER PRESSED

0.17

17

5

9M12030CHG4

M12 X 30MM CUPHEAD BOLT & NUT, GRADE 4.6, GAL

0.03

18

5

9M12SWZ

M12 SPRING WASHER, 4.0 X 2.5MM, ZINC PLATED

0.01

19

5

9M12HNG

M12 HEX NUT, GAL

0.02

20

2

9M16050Z8SS

M16 X 50MM, SET SCREW, ZINC PLATED, 8.8 GRADE

0.13

21

2

9M16FWZ

M16 FLAT WASHER, ZINC PLATED

0.01

22

2

9M16HNZ

M16 HEX NUT, ZINC PLATED

0.09

23

2

9M20045Z8SS

M20 X 45MM SET SCREW, ZINC PLATED, 8.8 GRADE

0.21

24

2

9M20SWZ

M20 SPRING WASHER, 6.0 X 4.0MM, ZINC PLATED

0.01

25

2

9M20HNZ

M20 HEX NUT, ZINC PLATED

0.07

26

6

9M12055Z8SS

M12 X 55MM SET SCREW, ZINC PLATED, GRADE 8.8

0.07

27

6

9M12CLZ

M12 CONELOCK, ZINC PLATED

0.02

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Figure 34

ITEM NO. QTY.

PART NUMBER 2900HRBM06

DESCRIPTION

1

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

2900H ROLLER BEARING HOUSING 22215 SPHERICAL ROLLER BEARING

2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

9SR22215K

29000RBM05 29000RBM04 29000RBM02 29000RBM03 29000RBM01

2900H SPHERICAL SEAL LARGE BEARING SPACING 2900H INNER LABYRINTH 2900H INNER SEAL SPACER

2900H DOUBLE TAPER

9ASH2313

H2313 BEARING ADAPTOR SLEEVE

9MB13 9KM13

LOCKING WASHER

10 1

LOCKING NUT

11

1 1

9OR357

357 ‘O’ RING 5 1/2” X 5 7/8” X 3/16” CS COMPLETE BEARING ASSEMBLY

2900HRBA60

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REAR ROLLER BEARING FITTING INSTRUCTIONS

1. Kit comes partially assembled and pre-greased. 2. IMPORTANT; Locking nut must only be tensioned with approved socket. DO NOT tighten with hammer and punch. 3. Thoroughly clean roller shaft and check for defects. 4. Run a bead of silicon along the gap in the adaptor sleeve. 5. Apply ‘Lock tight’ shaft lock to roller shaft. 6. Push bearing units onto roller shaft with mounting face to the exterior, ensuring large O-ring is installed in outer groove. Set outer mounting face of bearings apart to give ameasurement of only 2-4mm less than the internal measurement of the bow, to allow easy fitting of roller assembly to bow. Distance of bearing faces must not be greater than internal measurement of bow, or O-ring may be damaged when fitting. 7. Double check bearing face position measurement is correct. 8. IMPORTANT; Bearing assembly must be fully tensioned twice for complete seating. To do this: • (a) Remove locking washer, and fully tighten castle nut to 500ft lb /700nm. • (b) Undo castle nut and insert locking washer. 9. Re-tighten locating nut to 500ft lbs /700nm. 10. Fold locking washer down. 11. Smear some grease around outer O-ring and slide roller assembly into bow, securing mounting bolts. 12. Ensure the O-ring is seated correctly, and the grease nipple is accessible. 13. Bolt flange bearing to bows and secure tightly. 14. Allow 12 hours after fitting to allow sealant to set before greasing, then follow Instructions for greasing roller bearings.

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M E T R I C B O L T T O R Q U E TA B L E

Lubed means cleaned dry bol ts lubr icated wi th a standard medium viscosi ty machine oi l . Lubr icate al l contact areas of the bol ts and washers. Lubr icat ing the bol ts is the suggest ing method. Thread Engagement

Figure 36

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I M P E R I A L B O L T T O R Q U E TA B L E

Lubed means cleaned dry bol ts lubr icated wi th a standard medium viscosi ty machine oi l . Lubr icate al l contact areas of the bol ts and washers. Lubr icat ing the bol ts is the suggest ing method. Thread Engagement

Figure 37

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K-LINE AGRICULTURE has been known over the last 22 years for supplying an ever expanding range of quality agricultural machinery. K-LINE AGRICULTURE warrants the products it manufactures and distributes to be free of defective materials and workmanship for a period of twelve months from date of purchase, to the first owner. Any part of the goods manufactured and distributed by K-LINE AGRICULTURE that proves to be defective material, will be replaced or repaired by K-LINE AGRICULTURE when returned to K-LINE AGRICULTURE at cost to purchaser and at purchaser’s risk. Goods soldshall onlyhave thebenefit of thiswarranty if thepurchaser has compliedwith themanufacturer’s instructions in relation to the maintenance and operation of the said goods. All conditions and warranties implied by Law or Statute are hereby expressly excluded and negative so far as legally permissible. K-LINE AGRICULTURE is not otherwise liable for any direct, indirect or consequential loss or damage howsoever arising or occurring, whether founded in tort, contract, and statute or otherwise. This warranty must be read as subject to the General Terms and Conditions and does not cover misuse, neglect or negligence. ANY CLAIM FOR WARRANTY IS ALSO SUBJECT TO THE FOLLOWING CONDITIONS: • Machine has not been subject to misuse. • The speed limit of 20mph (32kmh) has been observed at all times. • The machine has not been used for custom or hire work. • Equipment must be handled, assembled, operated, maintained and stored correctly in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions by competent personnel. • Warranty registration form must be signed by reseller and purchaser and returned to K-LINE AGRICULTURE within 14 days of invoice. Warranty is not valid unless registered. • Normal wear and tear, routine maintenance costs and accidental damage are NOT covered by this warranty. • Any alteration of equipment or negligence in maintenance including the use of non-genuine parts, renders this warranty null and void. • K-LINE AGRICULTURE will not authorize or reimburse expenses without a warranty request form filled out to K-LINE AGRICULTURE satisfaction.

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