Rover 300433, 300361 User Manual

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Owners Manual

QUEENTM

30” REEL MOWER

TM

SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS

*A mower user must be in good physical condition and mental health and not under the influence of any drug or alcohol which might impair vision, co-ordinationor judgement.

*Do not use a mower when tired or fatigued. Lack of alertness may cause serious injury.

*Know your controls. Read and Understand Owner’s Manual before operating mower. Learn how to stop the mower in an emergency. Refer to Operator’s Instructions.

*Do not lend or sell the mower without the Owner’s Manual.

*Be sure that anyone using the mower reads and fully understands how to safely operate the mower.

*Never mow whilst bystanders or pets are present in the mowing area.

*Never mow while barefoot or wearing open sandals or thongs. Wear long trousers and heavy non-slipshoes.

*It is advisable to wear suitable eye protection when operating a mower.

*Before using, always visually inspect to see that the blades, blade bolts and cutter assembly are not worn or damaged. Replace worn or damaged blades and bolts in sets to preserve balance.

*Damaged blades and worn bolts are major hazards.

*Replace worn or faulty silencers.

*Make sure the area to be moved is cleared of sticks, stones, bones, wire and debris. They could be thrown by the blades.

*Store fuel in a cool place in a container specifically designed for the purpose. In general, plastic containers are unsuitable. Handle fuel carefully. It is highly flammable.

*Refuel outdoors only. Do not smoke when refuelling engine. Add fuel before starting engine. Never remove the cap from the fuel tank or add petrol while engine is running. Allow engine to cool for several minutes before refuelling if engine is hot. If petrol is spilled, do not attempt to start the engine, but move the mower away from the area of the spill and avoid creating any source of ignition until the petrol vapours have dissipated.

*Remove the fuel cap slowly to relieve fuel tank pressure.

*Check for fuel leaks while refuelling or using the mower. If fuel leak is found, do not start or run the engine until the leak is fixed and spilled fuel is wiped away.

*Take care not to get fuel on your clothing. If this occurs, change your clothing immediately.

*Do not operate mower in confined space where exhaust fumes (carbon monoxide) can collect.

*Mow only in good daylight.

*Start the engine carefully with feet well away from the blades.

*Disengage all blade and drive clutches before starting.

*When starting, do not wrap the starter rope around your hand. Do not allow the starter cord to snap back. Return the starter grip slowly to allow the cord to rewind properly.

*Strictly follow the operator instructions before attempting to start engine.

*Never leave wind-upstarters in a wound position.

*Never mow where machine could tip or slip.

*On slopes or wet grass be extra careful of your footing.

*Never cut grass by pulling mower towards you.

*Be extremely careful when using a mower on slopes. Stay alert for holes in the terrain and other hidden hazards.

*Stop the engine before pushing the mower across gravel drives, walks or roads.

*Never over-speedthe engine or alter the governor settings. Excessive speed is dangerous and shortens mower life.

*Stop the engine whenever you leave the mower even for a moment.

*Stop the engine and disconnect the spark plug wire and inspect mower if:

(a)The mower begins to vibrate abnormally; or

(b)After striking a foreign object.

Repair any damage before continuing further operation of the mower.

*Stop the engine and disconnect the spark plug wire before clearing blockages, checking or working on the mower.

*Never pick-upor carry a mower when it is operating.

*Where fitted, turn fuel tap off at the conclusion of the mowing.

*When transporting in a vehicle, secure the mower to prevent movement, roll-over,fuel spillage, and mower damage.

*Keep all nuts, bolts and screws tight to be sure the equipment is in a safe working condition.

*Never modify the mower in any way. Use only replacement parts made and guaranteed by the original manufacturer of your mower.

*Keep all safety devices (guards and switches) in place and working.

*Keep the engine free of grass, leaves or excessive grease

– these can be a fire hazard.

*Store the mower in a well ventilated room away from naked flames such as may be found in hot water heaters.

*Walk, Never Run.

To emphasise special information the words WARNING andCAUTION are used.

WARNING: The safety of the user and others is involves. Personal injury may result should this information be disregarded.

CAUTION: Follow these instructions carefully to avoid mower damage and loss of warranty.

1

MAINTENANCE AND ADJUSTMENT

30” QUEENTM ELECTRIC MOWER 2 SPEED OPERATION

Normal Speed

_ 4.9km/p.h

127 cuts per metre.

Low Speed

_ 3.2km/p.h

183 cuts per metre.

SPEED CONTROL

To change speed, stop motor and move ribbed sliding sleeve (A) inwards to engage normal speed or outwards for low speed as required. It may be necessary to twist the sleeve or countershaft backwards and forwards slightly whilst sliding the sleeve position to allow the gear teeth to line up and mesh fully.

FRONT ROLLER – The height of the cut of the Mower is controlled by the adjustment of the front roller. The machine cuts lower if the front roller is raised, or alternatively, the machine cuts higher if the front roller is lowered.

WARNING

Model 300433 415 volt 3 phase QueenTM mower

Before use the rotation of the electric motor mounted on the QueenTM mower has to be checked for the correct direction of rotation with the local power supply to be used. This is at the onus of the purchaser and must be completed by a qualified electrician. Use extreme caution when performing the following inspection due to exposed rotating parts.

1.With the power supply disconnected remove the motor cover and disengage all clutches.

2.Connect the power supply to the mower.

3.Switch the power on.

4.Move to the right hand side of the mower and note the direction of rotation of the motor pulley when looking directly at the end of the motor shaft. It should be rotating in the clockwise direction (left to right). Switch the motor off and disconnect the power supply.

5.If the direction of rotation of the motor is correct replace the motor cover and proceed to use the mower. If the direction of rotation of the mower shaft is incorrect contact a qualified electrician to have the motor rotation reversed to suit your power supply.

2

HEIGHT ADJUSTMENT – To cut lower, slacken quadrant clamp bolt nuts (1), also the lower adjusting screw nut (2). Then tighten top adjusting screw nut (3) until desired height of cut is obtained. To cut higher, reverse procedure.Re-tightenall nuts after desired setting is obtained. The indicator marks on the quadrant are an indication of the cutting height, but to set the height of cut accurately the setting gauge must be used. Refer setting gauge instructions.

SETTING GAUGE – This illustrates the method of setting the gauge to the height of cut, where in this instance height of cut is a twenty cent piece and a five cent coin. The distance between the setting gauge bar and the underside of the adjustable screw head represents the height of cut. Lock the screw in the desired position with the wing nut. To use the setting gauge, rest it against the underside of the front and rear rollers, as illustrated, and by adjusting the front roller, the desired height of cut will be obtained when the underside of the screw head lightly touches the top cutting edge of the bottom blade across its full width. When using the setting gauge, take care not to force the head of the adjusting screw onto the bottom blade, as this could distort the blade and affect the setting.

3

TO CHECK THE MOWER FOR ALIGNMENT – Your mower is designed to produce the perfectly flat cut that is required for a top quality green. Ridging or stepping between cuts means that the height of cut is unevenly set or more likely, that the mower is “out of square” – That is, the rear roller is not perfectly in line with the cutting edge of the bottom blade. This condition can be brought about by transport of the mower or undue stress caused by bumping while moving from the equipment shed onto the green.Re-alignmentcan be achieved by different means but the recommended procedure is –

Lay the mower back on the handle.

Chalk the thin front edge of the bottom blade about 6” of is length at both ends.

With the front roller remaining in approximately its normal height setting, “sight” the bottom of the front roller relative to the chalked cutting edge of the blade.

Adjust the front roller into exact alignment with the cutting edge, continually sighting while adjustment proceeds. Lock the roller and recheck.

Now use your height setting bar as an aligning tool by placing the bar against the front roller and the rear roller on the extreme LEFT HAND SIDE. (Chain Cover Side)

Adjust the setting bar screw so that it just contacts the bottom blade cutting edge.

Test the right hand side of the rollers with the same setting, and adjust the rear roller up or down until the same screw contact is achieved on the blade.

As the movement of the rear drum could affect the original L.H.S. setting slightly, reset the screw at the L.H.S. and recheck the R.H.S.

All elements of your machine will not be in perfect alignment. After tightening all adjustments a final check should be made.

The required height of cut can now be checked and set in the normal manner.

While the procedure may seem complicated it is in fact very simple to perform and can be carried out in less than 15 minutes. The sighting is easy and accurate because it is done from the front roller which is nearest to the operator. A machine that is “true” will pay dividends by precision cutting of your green.

CUTTER – To adjust the cutter setting, slacken cutter hanger clamp bolts (4) at each side of the machine, and proceed as follows:

Adjustment – Slacken the top nuts (5) on adjusting screws. Then by tightening the bottom nuts (6), the cutter is lowered on to the bottom blade. To raise the cutter, loosen the bottom nuts and tighten the top nuts.Re-tightencutter hanger clamp bolt nuts. Always adjust cutter to bear very lightly on bottom blade. If the cutter rubs harshly on the bottom blade, there will be excessive wear of both cutter blades and bottom blade, and an unnecessarily heavy load on the power unit.

A grass trough is incorporated that can be adjusted closely to the rear drum so that grass and dirt build-upis scraped from the drum and caught in the trough.

TO EMPTY – Remove the cover plate from the trough opening in the side frame. The cover unclips by pivotting it upward.

Withdraw the trough, as illustrated.

When replacing, the end of the trough could come into contact with its adjusting screw, when half way in. A twisting action will allow the bottom edge of the trough to clear the screw and to push right in.

Replace the cover plate.

NOTE – The trough can be withdrawn more easily if the deflector clamp bolts are loosened and the deflector lowered to allow extra clearance.

ADJUSTMENT – The adjusting screw can only be operated when the trough is removed as it is located under the centre of the trough.

To adjust trough closer to roller, release lock-nutand lower screw slightly – to move it away, raise screw slightly. Replace trough and check clearance from the drum. If satisfactory withdraw trough and tightenlock-nut.

4

REVERSING CUTTER – A feature of this machine is that the cylinder may be easily removed, reversed end for end and replaced. This provides a new keen cutting edge. If the bottom blade is badly worn, this should be replaced at the same time that the cutting cylinder is reversed or replaced.

To withdraw cutter from machine, first remove cutter chain (7), sprocket (8) and grass deflector (9), refer illus. Page 1. The sprocket is removed by inserting tommy bar in hole in sprocket and giving tommy bar a sharp tap with a hammer. NOTE – The sprocket has a left – hand thread, to unscrew, turn in a clockwise direction.

Remove the grass deflector and deflector supporting bar.

Remove the cutter hanger caps by undoing the holding bolts (10) at each side of the machine. Then the cutter may be taken from the machine by lifting and moving to the chain side of the machine.

The opposite side will then clear side frame. Continue with a diagonal lift to complete removal. Remove the nut from the end of the cutter (it has a left-handthread).

Reposition this nut at the other end of the cutter. Turn the cutter end for end and replace in the machine. Then reverse operations used to remove cutter from machine. Replace all bolts and tighten firmly. After reversing cutter it will be necessary to adjust same. Also see detail on chain adjustment.

IMPORTANT: When reversing or replacing the cutter do not remove the cutter bearing hangers. Remove the bearing caps only as instruction. The bearing caps must not be changed over, each cap must be replaced in its original location.

CLUTCH – To be certain that the clutch is fully engaged without possibility of slip, there should be approx. 11/2” of free movement (at the clutch operating lever knob) before the resistance of clutch operation is felt. This adjustment is made by means of theself-lockingnut “E”.

CHAINS – Adjustment – Loosen chain adjustor locking bolt (14) and slide the chain adjustor in the desired direction. A chain should never be adjusted tightly. It is advisable to leave the cutter chain with a little slackness so that slight adjustment of the cutter can be made without having tore-adjustthis chain each time.

GRASS DEFLECTOR – The grass deflector is adjustable to permit grass to be thrown into the box at the desired angle.

Adjustment – Loosen clamping screws and raise or lower as required.

V-BELT DRIVE – TheV-Belttension is correct when there is about1/2” up and down movement of the belt midway between the pulleys.

Adjustment – To tighten belt, remove motor cover, loosen four nuts holding down the motor, and force the motor to rear. Then re-tightennuts.

NOTE: V-Beltsare designed to run dry, and under no condition is belt dressing required.

5

LUBRICATION – Pre-lubricate,sealed ball races are fitted to the cutter, drum shaft, countershaft and front roller. No further lubrication is necessary to these 8 races.

Drums are fitted with special self-lubricatingbushes and do not require lubrication. Driving Chains – grease or medium oil used sparingly.

Gear Box – use medium oil at points B, C and D. Use grease sparingly on gear teeth.

FRONT ROLLER SCRAPER – Loosen clamp bolt each end, adjust scraper to just clear the roller andre-tightenclamps.

CLEANING – This mower is constructed offirst-classmaterials, and will give longer and more efficient service if kept clean. After cutting and before putting machine away, wipe blades down with an oily rag. Occasionally check nuts and bolts for tightness.

WARNING – State Electricity Authority regulations provide that it is always necessary to disconnect power supply before effecting any adjustments to the machine.

ELECTRIC MOTOR

MODEL 300361 1.5 HP 240V SINGLE PHASE 7.3 AMPS.

MODEL 300433 1.5 HP 415V THREE PHASE 2.6 AMPS.

NOTE: Model No: 300361 QueenTM mower is fitted with a manual reset overload switch. The reset button is located on the mains power switch mounted on the right hand side of the handles.

FITTING INSTRUCTIONS 30”TEASING RAKE

1. Remove front

roller

2. This allows front roller

3. Remove spacer tube from

4. Replace

bottom

spacer

quadrant bolts and

nuts

assembly, complete with

roller assembly by tapping

tube with

teasing

rake

(A and B), and also roller

bottom spacer tube to be

off quadrant from the roller

assembly with rake sections

adjusting rod nut (C) at both

removed clear of machine.

ball race.

facing frontwards.

 

sides of the mower.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

7. Adjust teasing rake depth

 

 

 

 

 

so that it is just able to tease

 

 

 

 

 

up the runners. Adjustment

 

 

 

 

 

is effected by loosening bolt

5. The quadrant bolt “A”,

6. Re-adjustfront roller to

 

 

“A” each side and adjusting the rake height as required. To

must enter the square hole

desired height of cut (as

raise, unscrew nut “B” and take up with slack “C”. Retighten

in the rake supporting plate

described in the mower

“A”. Reverse procedure to lower rake.

“B”, before re-assemblyto

instruction manual).

 

 

 

the mower.

 

 

 

 

6

7

30” QUEENTM - SPARE PARTS LIST

ITEM

PART No.

DESCRIPTION

 

 

 

1

305795

Side frame assemblyLH

2

305779

Side frame assemblyRH

3

302148

Clutch housing cover

4

A03285

Knob

5

301428

Main stay tube assembly

6

302033

Cover case mount stud

7

302156

Plate

8

302172

Cover holding bracket assembly

9

305971

Shaft cover

10

305621

Grassbox pivot stud

11

1661775

Clip

12

305630

Top spacer bar

13

305656

Deflector adjuster

14

A12106

DecalWarning

15

A02110

“Setscrew- 3/8”” x 1”” unf.HT.”

16

A02034

“Washer- 3/8”” shakeproof”

17

A02060

“Nut- 3/8”” unf.hex.”

18

318228

“Setscrew- 1/4”” x 3/4”” unf.HT.”

19

A02044

“Washer- 1/4”” shakeproof”

20

232116

“Nut- 1/4”” unf.hex.”

21

3182102

“Setscrew- 5/16”” x 5/8”” unf.HT.”

22

A02031

“Washer- 5/16”” shakeproof”

23

A02166

“Setscrew- 3/8”” x 1-1/4””unf.HT.”

24

A02163

“Screw- 3/16”” x 1/2”” mush.head MT.”

25

A02050

“Nut- 3/16”” square pressed”

26

A02088

“Bolt- 5/16”” x 1-1/4””unc.hex”

27

A02075

Rivets73 AS 5-5blind

28

302130

Clutch housing cover assembly

29

305963

Shaft cover assembly

30

305980

Felt strip

31

1204347

“Bolt- 3/8”” x 1-3/4””unc.”

32

A02008

“Nyloc nut- 3/8”” unc.”

33

A02033

“Washer- 3/8”” x 3/4”” x 16g.flat”

 

 

 

8

9

30” QUEENTM - SPARE PARTS LIST

ITEM

PART No.

DESCRIPTION

 

 

 

1

301217

Drum shaft

2

303992

Drum outer assembly

3

304012

Drum inner assembly

4

301188

Ratchet box assembly

5

3111255

Bush

6

301807

Drum shaft sleeve

7

301196

Pawl retainer

8

333024

Drum pawls

9

301840

Drum shaft collarLH.

101502474 Drum bearing circlip

111122422 Drum shaft bearing

12

301815

Drum bearing housingLH

13

301858

Drum shaft collar

14

304400

Drum bearingRH.

15

304434

Drum adjustment screw assembly

16

301583

Drum adjustment screw purchase block

17

161461

Chain adjuster bolt assembly

18

161453

Chain adjuster

19

2986543

Drum chain

20

301866

Drum sprocket assembly

21

A05086

Woodruff key

22

304469

Adjustment screw pivot sleeve

23

1212769

Setscrew- 5/16” X 1” unf.HT.

24

A02031

Washer- 5/16” shakeproof

25

2321182

Nut- 5/16” unf.hex.

26

A02083

Setscrew- 5/16” x 3/4” unc.hex.

27

351102

Setscrew- 1/4” x 5/8” unc.hex.

28

A02060

Nut- 3/8” unf.hex.

29

A02034

Washer- 3/8” shakeproof

30

3162322

Setscrew- 3/8” x 3/4” square head

31

A02007

Nut- 3/8” unc.hex.

32

A02080

Grubscrew- 5/16” x 1/2” unc.socket

33

A02004

Nut- 5/16” unc.hex

34

171660

Locknut- 5/8” unf.hex.

10

11

30” QUEENTM - SPARE PARTS LIST

ITEM

PART No.

DESCRIPTION

 

 

 

1

306122

Blade cutter assembly10 blades

1

10168

Blade cutter assembly16 blades

2

393000

Bottom bladelow cut

3

301735

Sole plate

4

301647

Cutter bearing housing assemblyLH

5

301698

Cutter bearing housing assemblyRH

6

2986519

Chaincountershaft to cutter

7

165340

Cutter sprocket

8

301680

Hanger cap bolt spacer

9

163432

Bearing cover washer

10

A07744

Cutter bearing

11

163440

Bearing housing pivot bolt

12

301727

Cutter adj.screw purchase block

13

301719

Cutter adjustment screw

14

161461

Chain adjuster bolt assembly

15

161453

Chain adjuster

16

1213325

Bolt- 7/16” x 1-1/4”unf.HT.

17

2641238

Nyloc nut- 7/16” unf.

18

A04069

Bolt- 3/8” x 1-1/4”unc.cuphead

19

A02007

Nut- 3/8” unc.Hex

20

A02063

Washer- 1/2” x 1” x 16g.flat

21

A02046

Nut- 1/2” unf.hex.

22

2321182

Nut- 5/16” unf.hex.

23

A02060

Nut- 3/8” unf.hex.

24

A02034

Washer- 3/8” shakeproof

25

2671289

Locknut- 3/4” unf.left hand

26

1185887

Bolt- 5/16” x 3” unc.

27

2071924

Screw- 5/16” x 1/2” csk.M/T.

28

A02060

Nut- 3/8” unf.hex.

29

2211047

Roll pin- 3/16” x 1/2”

30

A02035

Washer- 7/16” x 7/8” x 16g.flat

31

A04033

Washer- 3/8” x 3/4” x16g.flat

32

A04112

Washer- 3/8” spring

 

 

 

12

13

30” QUEENTM - SPARE PARTS LIST

ITEM

PART No.

DESCRIPTION

 

 

 

1

301516

Front roller assembly

2

304506

Clamping channel

3

304514

Clamping tyne guide

4

166246

Rake tynes32 per set

5

304522

Clamping rubber

6

304485

Rake bar assembly

7

303423

Rake bar mounting bracket

8

303440

Front roller scrape bar assembly

9

303490

Scraper clamp plate

10

303503

Scraper bolt assembly

11

303431

Mounting bracket support

12

301583

Adjusting rod purchase block

13

301559

Front roller adjusting rod assembly

14

301049

Front roller bracketRH

15

301030

Front roller bracketLH

16

301057

Bearing seal washer

17

303407

Height adjusting stud

182211047 Roll pin- 3/16” x 1/2”

191122327 Front roller bearing

20

2491162

Nut- 1/4” sq.pressed w/series AF.445

21

A02060

Nut- 3/8” unf.hex.

22

A02031

Washer- 5/16” shakeproof

23

2321182

Nut- 5/16” unf.hex

24

A02034

Washer- 3/8” shakeproof

25

A04144K

Setscrew- 3/8” x 1” unf.HT. Grade 8

26

A02007

Nut- 3/8” unc.hex.

27

232116

Nut- 1/4” unf.hex

28

A07769

Bolt- 3/8” x 1-1/2”unc.cuphead

29

A02034

Washer- 3/8” shakeproof

30

A02169

Setscrew- 1/4” x 1” unc.

31

A02030

Washer- 5/16” x 5/8” x 18g.flat

323182102 Setscrew- 5/16” x 1” unf.HT.

331841057 Pin- 1/2” x No:10

34

2501108

Starlock7301/0008 1/4” Advel

14

15

30” QUEENTM - SPARE PARTS LIST

ITEM

PART

DESCRIPTION

 

No.

 

1 302869 Countershaft

2301962 Countershaft sprocket

31502474 Circlip

41122422 Countershaft bearing

5301815 Countershaft bearing housingLH.

61501052 Circlip

7302383 Countershaft gear

82721210 Countershaft gear seal

9302201 Clutch housing side cover

10301276 Clutch plate lining

11301954 Countershaft pulley

12 A01080 Spring pin

13301823 Countershaft bearing housingRH.

143802747 Woodruff keypulley

15A05086 Woodruff keycountershaft

163421166 Countershaft locating ball- 1/4”

17302391 Spring

18302404 Countershaft gear key

19305525 Motor pulley

20A02224 Circlip

213111030 Bush

22302412 Inter cluster gear

23302420 Intermediate gear shaft

24302308 Clutch release yoke

25302316 Clutch yoke pillar

26 A02076 Yoke pin

27302324 Trunnion pivot screw

28302121 Clutch shaft support bracket

29A20205 Rubber seal

30302092 Clutch housing body assembly

31A20204 Rubber seal

32302068 Clutch housing side

33302375 Clutch ramp spring

34302084 Seat block clamp

35302076 Housing side seat block

36302340 Clutch rampfixed

37302359 Clutch rampstop

38305509 Clutch rampadjustable

391501122 Circlip

40306114 Release thrust washer

ITEM

PART

DESCRIPTION

 

No.

 

41306106 Clutch release trunnion

423534040 Clutch release thrust race

43306093 Clutch plate

44302236 Clutch spring stud

45306325 Drum cluch gear

46657598 Bushdrum clutch gear

473111271 Clutch plate bush

48301268 Clutch plate - sprocket side

49302210 Felt oil strip

50302244 Clutch spring

51302228 Drum clutch sprocket14 tooth

52302279 Drum clutch shaft

53 1111164 Ball oiler

543601289 Vee belt

553531018 Clutch shaft thrust race

56171660 Locknut- 5/8” unf.hex.

571212769 Bolt- 5/16” x 1” unf.HT.

58A02031 Washer- 5/16” shakeproof

592321182 Nut- 5/16” unf.hex.

60A02049 Screw- 3/16” x 3/4” m/head slotted

61A02004 Nut- 5/16” unc.hex.

62A02082 Setscrew- 5/16” x 3/4” unc.chcp.

63A02001 Nut- 1/4” unc.hex.

64A04005 Setscrew- 1/4” x 1” unc.chcp.

652641238 Nyloc nut- 7/16” unf.hex.

66A02035 Washer- 7/16” x 7/8” x 16g.flat

67A02054 Washer- 5/8” x 1-1/4”x 14g.flat

68A04052 Self tapping screw10 x 5/8” pan.p/h

69A02060 Nut- 3/8” unf.hex

70A02033 Washer- 3/8” x 3/4” x 16g.flat

71A02045 Nyloc nut- 1/4” unf.hex.

72

73A02063 Washer- 1/2” x 1” x 16g.flat

74A02046 Nut- 1/2” unf.hex.

752061886 Metal thread- 3/16” x 1/2” c/head

76A02234 Washer- 3/16” shakeproof

771215863 Bolt- 1/4” x 3” unf.HT.

16

17

30” QUEENTM - SPARE PARTS LIST

ITEM

PART No.

DESCRIPTION

 

 

 

1

305648

Deflector assembly

2

301065

Deflector strip assembly

3

305664

Scraper trough assembly

4

305701

Trough pivot bar

5

305920

Motor table

6

302076

Table seat block

7

302084

Seat block clamp

8

305728

Trough cover plate assembly

9

305752

Trough support

10

2051907

Metal thread- 1/4” x 1/2” round head

11

A02001

Nut- 1/4” unc.hex.

12

A02146

Setscrew- 1/4” x 3/4” unc.hex.

13

A02060

Nut- 3/8” unf.hex.

14

A02034

Washer- 3/8” shakeproof

15

2321182

Nut- 5/16” unf.hex.

16

A02031

Washer- 5/16” shakeproof

17

A02085

Bolt- 5/16” x 1” unc.cuphead

18

A02004

Nut- 5/16” unc.hex.

 

 

 

18

19