Yetter Narrow Row Single Wheel Residue Manager User Manual






Colchester, IL 62326-0358 Toll free: 800/447-5777

309/776-3222 (Fax)





You’ve just joined an exclusive but rapidly growing club.

For our part, we want to welcome you to the group and thank you for buying a Yetter Product.

We hope your new Yetter products will help you achieve both increased productivity and increased efficiency so that you may generate more profit. This operator’s manual has been designed into six major sections.

Foreword, Safety Precautions, assembly instructions, Operation, parts identification and troubleshooting.

Throughout the manual references may be made to left side and right side. These terms are used as viewed from the operator’s seat facing the front of the tractor.


indicates important safety messages in the manual. When you see this symbol, be alert to the

possibility of PERSONAL INJURY and carefully read the message that follows.

The word NOTE is used to convey information that is out of context with the manual text. It contains special information such as specifications, techniques, reference information and other information of a supplementary nature.

The word IMPORTANT is used in the text when immediate damage will occur to the machine due to improper technique or operation. Important will apply to the same information as specified by note only of an immediate and urgent nature.

It is the responsibility of the user to read the operator’s manual and comply with the safe and

correct operating procedure and to lubricate and maintain the product according to the maintenance schedule in the operator’s manual.

The user is responsible for inspecting his machine and for having parts repaired or replaced when continued use of the product would cause damage or excessive wear to the other parts.

It is the user’s responsibility to deliver his machine to the Yetter dealer who sold him the product for service or replacement of defective parts that are covered by the warranty policy.

If you are unable to understand or follow the instructions provided in the publication, consult you local Yetter dealer or contact:



800/447-5777 309/776-3222 (FAX) Website: E-mail:


Yetter Manufacturing warrants all products manufactured and sold by it against defects in material. This warranty being expressly limited to replacement at the factory of such parts or products as will appear to be defective after inspection. This warranty does not obligate the Company to bear cost of labor in replacement of parts. It is the policy of the company to make improvements without incurring obligations to add them to any unit already sold. No warranty is made or authorized to be made, other than herein set forth. This warranty is in effect for one year after purchase.


Yetter Manufacturing warrants its own products only and cannot be responsible for damage to equipment on which mounted.



A brief description of signal words that may be used in this manual:

CAUTION: Used as a general reminder of good safety practices or to direct attention to unsafe practices.

WARNING: Denotes a specific potential hazard.

DANGER: Denotes the most serious specific potential hazard.


You can make your farm a safer place to live and work if you observe the safety precautions given. Study these precautions carefully and insist that they be followed by those working with you and for you.


Never clean, lubricate or adjust a machine that is in motion. Always lower or block the implement before performing service.

If machine must be serviced in the raised position, jack or block it up to prevent it from accidentally falling and injuring someone.

Do not allow riders on the tractor or implement.

Use speeds and caution dictated by the terrain being traversed. Do not operate on any slope steep enough to cause tipping or loss of control.

Be sure all personnel are clear of the immediate area before operating.

Read and understand the operator’s manual and require all other persons who will operate the equipment to do the same.

Be familiar with all tractor and implement controls and be prepared to stop engine and implements quickly in an emergency.


Consult your implement and tractor operator’s manual for correct and safe operating practices.

Beware of towed implement width and allow safe clearance.




1.Before assembling the spoked wheels, remove the seal from the exposed side of the bearing in the hub and bearing assembly if you wish to use the zerk to grease the bearing. If you do not remove the seal the bearing is sealed and cannot be greased through the zerk.

2.If you remove the seal, fill the bearings and hubs with general purpose grease before completing the assembly.

3.When assembling the spoked wheels, be sure to align the grease fitting hole with the hole or slot in the spoke wheels and the groove in the hub cap to assure proper greasing of the entire bearing and hub assembly.

4.When assembling the spoke wheels be sure to assemble an equal number of left hand and right hand assemblies. Left hand and right hand are determined by where the bearing is located in relation to the bevel on the spoke wheel. For proper operation the bevel must always lead as shown in the illustration.


After a few hours of use, check all bolts to make sure they are tight.

To ensure longevity and reliability of the product, grease each hub and bearing assembly every 50 hours of use.




Practice Safety

Understand and practice safe service procedures before doing work. Follow ALL the operating, maintenance and safety information in the equipment operator manual. Clear the area of bystanders, especially small children, when performing any maintenance or adjustments. Keep work area clean and dry. Use adequate lighting for the job. Use only tools, jacks and hoists of sufficient capacity for the job.

Never lubricate, service, or adjust machine while it is moving. Keep hands, feet, and clothing from power-driven moving and rotating parts. Disengage all power and operate controls to relieve pressure. Lower equipment to the ground and stop the engine. Remove the key. Wait for all moving parts to stop before servicing, adjusting, repairing or unplugging.

Securely support any machine elements with blocks or safety stands that must be raised for service work.

Keep all parts in good condition and properly installed. Fix damaged equipment immediately. Replace worn or broken parts. Remove any buildup of grease, oil, or debris. Make sure all guards are in place and properly secured when maintenance work is completed.



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