S A F E T Y
BEWARE OF CRUSHING HAZARD WHEN ENGAGING & DISENGAGING SAFETY LOCKS & IN THE OPERATION OF THE WING FOLDING MECHANISM
TO UNFOLD MACHINE •
Fully raise machine with wheel lift (RED).
• Remove centre wheel frame Cylinder Travel Stop Spacer from Cylinders and secure to Travel Stop Holders on drawbar. • Release ALL 4 Wing Safety Lock Pins (handle to outer position). • Lower machine with wheel cylinders (RED) until centre-frame tine points are touching ground. • Extend wing cylinders (YELLOW) until wing-frame tine points are touching ground. • If Wing Wheel Cylinders were Locked-Out: - Fully close wheel cylinders (RED). - Turn tap on each wing wheel cylinder to “OPEN” position. • Fully extend wheel cylinders (RED) and ensure all wheels are lift- ing in synchronization. • Fully extend wing cylinders (YELLOW).
Figure 24 Travel Stop Spacer
TO FOLD MACHINE •
Figure 25 Safety Lock Pin
If locking-out wing wheel cylinders: - Fully close wheel cylinders (RED).
- Turn tap on each wing wheel cylinder to “CLOSED” position. - Extend wheel cylinders (RED) and confirm wing wheel cylinders are locked out. • Close wheel cylinders until centre-frame tine points are touching ground. • Fully close wing cylinders (YELLOW) – may need to extend wheel cylinders (RED) slightly during start of fold if tine points dragging laterally along ground. • Fully raise machine with wheel lift (RED). • Engage ALL 4 Wing Safety Lock Pins (handle to inner position). • Attach travel stop spacers to centre wheel frame cylinders.
Figure 26 Safety Lock Pin
NOTE: WING WHEEL LOCKOUT: •
Tail of handle points in direction of oil flow.
• Handle “straight” ( up/down in figure 27 ) will block wheel hydraulic flow to wings & centre frame. Straight position of handle not recommended. • Use with wheel lockout to prevent wing wheels extending when folded for transport.
Figure 27 Wing Wheel Lock-Out
SG60 SEEDER CROP CADET
OPERATOR & SAFETY MANUAL
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