OPERATOR'S AND PARTS MANUAL 2415, 3215 & 4415 TREE

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8866 6-10-14-6 800-456-7100 I www.paladinattachments.com 503 Gay Street, Delhi, IA 52223, United States of America Copyright © OPERATOR’S AND PARTS MANUAL 2415, 3215 & 4415 TREE SPADES SERIAL NUMBER: ___________________ Manual Number: OM632 Part Number: 75532 MODEL NUMBER: ___________________ Rev. 3 TABLE OF CONTENTS 9481 6-10-14-2 PREFACE ..........................................................................................................................................................3 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS SAFETY STATEMENTS ...........................................................................................................................5 GENERAL SAFETY PRECAUTIONS ....................................................................................................5-7 EQUIPMENT SAFETY PRECAUTIONS ...............................................................................................8-9 DECALS DECAL PLACEMENT .............................................................................................................................10 DECALS ............................................................................................................................................11-12 PRE-OPERATION .........................................................................................................................................13 INSTALLATION.........................................................................................................................................14-15 OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS CONTROLS .......................................................................................................................................16-17 BALL SIZE GUIDLINES.....................................................................................................................17-18 ADJUSTING LEG HEIGHT ....................................................................................................................19 BALLED AND BURLAPPED TREES .................................................................................................20-21 DIRECT TRANSPLANTING ..............................................................................................................21-22 STORAGE & TRANSPORTING .............................................................................................................23 LIFT & TIE DOWN POINTS....................................................................................................................24 MAINTENANCE AND SERVICE LUBRICATION ........................................................................................................................................25 ROUTINE MAINTENANCE ....................................................................................................................26 BLADE MAINTENANCE AND SHARPENING .......................................................................................27 REPLACING BUSHINGS ..................................................................................................................27-28 SIDE CHANNEL ADJUSTMENT .......................................................................................................28-29 CYLINDER SEAL REPLACEMENT ..................................................................................................30-31 TROUBLESHOOTING ............................................................................................................................32-33 SPECIFICATIONS TREE SPADE SPECIFICATIONS ..........................................................................................................34 BOLT TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS........................................................................................................35 LIMITED WARRANTY .................................................................................................................................37 PARTS 2415 TREE SPADE ASSEMBLY ....................................................................................................................38-41 2415 HYDRAULIC CIRCUITS (POWER & RETURN, BLADE, GATE, UNDERCUTTER) ......................................42-49 3215 TREE SPADE ASSEMBLY ....................................................................................................................50-53 3215 HYDRAULIC CIRCUITS (POWER & RETURN (INCLUDES 4415), BLADE, GATE, UNDERCUTTER) ..........54-61 4415 TREE SPADE ASSEMBLY ....................................................................................................................62-65 4415 HYDRAULIC CIRCUITS (BLADE, GATE, UNDERCUTTER) .....................................................................66-71 CYLINDER ASSEMBLIES .............................................................................................................................72-85 ELECTRICAL ASSEMBLY ..............................................................................................................................86-87 VALVE ASSEMBLY .........................................................................................................................................88-89 SOLENOID VALVE REPLACEMENT PARTS ................................................................................................90-91 JOYSTICK AND WIRE HARNESS ASSEMBLY REPLACEMENT PARTS ....................................................92-93 WIRING SCHEMATICS FOR DEUTSCH CONNECTORS ............................................................................94-95 BLADE SETS ................................................................................................................................................96-97 75532 1 THIS PAGE IS INTENTIONALLY BLANK 2 75532 PREFACE 10344 7-31-13-4 GENERAL COMMENTS Congratulations on the purchase of your new BRADCO product! This product was carefully designed and manufactured to give you many years of dependable service. Only minor mainte- nance (such as cleaning and lubricating) is required to keep it in top working condition. Be sure to observe all maintenance procedures and safety precautions in this manual and on any safety decals located on the product and on any equipment on which the attachment is mounted. This manual has been designed to help you do a better, safer job. Read this manual care- fully and become familiar with its contents. WARNING! Never let anyone operate this unit without reading the "Safety Precautions" and "Operating Instructions" sections of this manual. Always choose hard, level ground to park the vehicle on and set the brake so the unit cannot roll. Unless noted otherwise, right and left sides are determined from the operator’s control posi- tion when facing the attachment. NOTE: The illustrations and data used in this manual were current (according to the infor- mation available to us) at the time of printing, however, we reserve the right to redesign and change the attachment as may be necessary without notification. BEFORE OPERATION The primary responsibility for safety with this equipment falls to the operator. Make sure the equipment is operated only by trained individuals that have read and understand this manual. If there is any portion of this manual or function you do not understand, contact your local authorized dealer or the manufacturer to obtain further assistance. Keep this manual available for reference. Provide the manual to any new owners and/or operators. SAFETY ALERT SYMBOL This is the “Safety Alert Symbol” used by this industry. This symbol is used to warn of possible injury. Be sure to read all warnings carefully. They are included for your safety and for the safety of others working with you. SERVICE Use only manufacturer replacement parts. Substitute parts may not meet the required stan- dards. Record the model and serial number of your unit on the cover of this manual. The parts department needs this information to insure that you receive the correct parts. SOUND AND VIBRATION Sound pressure levels and vibration data for this attachment are influenced by many different param- eters: some items are listed below (not inclusive): • prime mover type, age, condition, with or without cab enclosure and configuration • operator training, behavior, stress level • job site organization, working material condition, environment Based on the uncertainty of the prime mover, operator, and job site, it is not possible to get precise ma- chine and operator sound pressure levels or vibration levels for this attachment. NOTE: A list of all Paladin Patents can be found at http://www.paladinattachments.com/patents.asp. 75532 3 THIS PAGE IS INTENTIONALLY BLANK 4 75532 10338 8-16-05 SAFETY STATEMENTS DANGER GENERAL SAFETY PRECAUTIONS WARNING! READ MANUAL PRIOR TO INSTALLATION Improper installation, operation, or maintenance of this equipment could result in serious injury or death. Operators and maintenance personnel should read this man- ual, as well as all manuals related to this equipment and the prime mover thoroughly before beginning installation, operation, or maintenance. FOLLOW ALL SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS IN THIS MANUAL AND THE PRIME MOVER’S MANUAL(S). READ AND UNDERSTAND ALL SAFETY STATEMENTS Read all safety decals and safety statements in all manuals prior to operating or working on this equipment. Know and obey all OSHA regulations, local laws, and other professional guidelines for your operation. Know and follow good work practices when assembling, maintaining, repairing, mounting, removing, or operating this equipment. KNOW YOUR EQUIPMENT Know your equipment’s capabilities, dimensions, and operations before operating. Visually inspect your equipment before you start, and never operate equipment that is not in proper working order with all safety devices intact. Check all hardware to ensure it is tight. Make certain that all locking pins, latches, and connection devices are properly installed and secured. Remove and replace any damaged, fatigued, or excessively worn parts. Make certain all safety decals are in place and are legible. Keep decals clean, and replace them if they become worn or hard to read. WARNING CAUTION THIS SIGNAL WORD IS USED WHERE SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH WILL RESULT IF THE INSTRUCTIONS ARE NOT FOLLOWED PROPERLY. THIS SIGNAL WORD IS USED WHERE SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH COULD RESULT IF THE INSTRUCTIONS ARE NOT FOLLOWED PROPERLY. THIS SIGNAL WORD IS USED WHERE MINOR INJURY COULD RESULT IF THE INSTRUCTIONS ARE NOT FOLLOWED PROPERLY. NOTICE INDICATES A PROPERTY DAMAGE MESSAGE. NOTICE THIS SYMBOL BY ITSELF OR WITH A WARNING WORD THROUGHOUT THIS MAN- UAL IS USED TO CALL YOUR ATTENTION TO INSTRUCTIONS INVOLVING YOUR PERSONAL SAFETY OR THE SAFETY OF OTHERS. FAILURE TO FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS CAN RESULT IN INJURY OR DEATH. 75532 5 GENERAL SAFETY PRECAUTIONS WARNING! PROTECT AGAINST FLYING DEBRIS Always wear proper safety glasses, goggles, or a face shield when driving pins in or out, or when any operation causes dust, flying debris, or any other hazardous mate- rial. WARNING! LOWER OR SUPPORT RAISED EQUIPMENT Do not work under raised booms without supporting them. Do not use support mate- rial made of concrete blocks, logs, buckets, barrels, or any other material that could suddenly collapse or shift positions. Make sure support material is solid, not de- cayed, warped, twisted, or tapered. Lower booms to ground level or on blocks. Lower booms and attachments to the ground before leaving the cab or operator’s station. WARNING! USE CARE WITH HYDRAULIC FLUID PRESSURE Hydraulic fluid under pressure can penetrate the skin and cause serious injury or death. Hydraulic leaks under pressure may not be visible. Before connecting or dis- connecting hydraulic hoses, read your prime mover’s operator’s manual for detailed instructions on connecting and disconnecting hydraulic hoses or fittings. • Keep unprotected body parts, such as face, eyes, and arms as far away as possible from a suspected leak. Flesh injected with hydraulic fluid may develop gangrene or other permanent disabilities. • If injured by injected fluid, see a doctor at once. If your doctor is not familiar with this type of injury, ask him to research it immediately to determine proper treat- ment. • Wear safety glasses, protective clothing, and use a piece of cardboard or wood when searching for hydraulic leaks. DO NOT USE YOUR HANDS! SEE ILLUSTRATION. CARDBOARD HYDRAULIC HOSE OR FITTING MAGNIFYING GLASS 10339 8-16-05 6 75532 GENERAL SAFETY PRECAUTIONS 10340 8-16-05 WARNING! DO NOT MODIFY MACHINE OR ATTACHMENTS Modifications may weaken the integrity of the attachment and may impair the func- tion, safety, life, and performance of the attachment. When making repairs, use only the manufacturer’s genuine parts, following authorized instructions. Other parts may be substandard in fit and quality. Never modify any ROPS (Roll Over Protection Structure) or FOPS (Falling Object Protective Structure) equipment or device. Any modifications must be authorized in writing by the manufacturer. WARNING! SAFELY MAINTAIN AND REPAIR EQUIPMENT • Do not wear loose clothing or any accessories that can catch in moving parts. If you have long hair, cover or secure it so that it does not become entangled in the equipment. • Work on a level surface in a well-lit area. • Use properly grounded electrical outlets and tools. • Use the correct tools for the job at hand. Make sure they are in good condition for the task required. • Wear the protective equipment specified by the tool manufacturer. SAFELY OPERATE EQUIPMENT Do not operate equipment until you are completely trained by a qualified operator in how to use the controls, know its capabilities, dimensions, and all safety require- ments. See your machine’s manual for these instructions. • Keep all step plates, grab bars, pedals, and controls free of dirt, grease, debris, and oil. • Never allow anyone to be around the equipment when it is operating. • Do not allow riders on the attachment or the prime mover. • Do not operate the equipment from anywhere other than the correct operator’s position. • Never leave equipment unattended with the engine running, or with this attach- ment in a raised position. • Do not alter or remove any safety feature from the prime mover or this attach- ment. • Know your work site safety rules as well as traffic rules and flow. When in doubt on any safety issue, contact your supervisor or safety coordinator for an explana- tion. 75532 7 WARNING! KNOW WHERE UTILITIES ARE Observe overhead electrical and other utility lines. Be sure equipment will clear them. When digging, call your local utilities for location of buried utility lines, gas, water, and sewer, as well as any other hazard you may encounter. WARNING! EXPOSURE TO RESPIRABLE CRYSTALLINE SILICA DUST ALONG WITH OTHER HAZARDOUS DUSTS MAY CAUSE SE- RIOUS OR FATAL RESPIRATORY DISEASE. It is recommended to use dust suppression, dust collection and if necessary personal protective equipment during the operation of any attachment that may cause high levels of dust. WARNING! REMOVE PAINT BEFORE WELDING OR HEATING Hazardous fumes/dust can be generated when paint is heated by welding, soldering or using a torch. Do all work outside or in a well ventilated area and dispose of paint and solvent properly. Remove paint before welding or heat- ing. When sanding or grinding paint, avoid breathing the dust. Wear an approved respirator. If you use solvent or paint stripper, remove stripper with soap and water before welding. Remove solvent or paint stripper containers and other flammable material from area. Allow fumes to disperse at least 15 minutes before welding or heating. WARNING! END OF LIFE DISPOSAL At the completion of the useful life of the unit, drain all fluids and dismantle by separating the different materials (rubber, steel, plastic, etc.). Follow all federal, state and local regulations for recycling and disposal of the fluid and components. OPERATING THE TREE SPADE • Block off work area from bystanders, livestock, etc. • Operate only from the operator’s station. • Do not lift loads in excess of the capacity of the prime mover. • When operating on slopes, drive up and down, not across. Avoid steep hillside operation, which could cause the prime mover to overturn. • Reduce speed when driving over rough terrain, on a slope, or turning, to avoid overturning the vehicle. • An operator must not use drugs or alcohol, which can change his or her alertness or coordination. An operator taking prescription or over-the- counter drugs should seek medical advice on whether or not he or she can safely operate equipment. • Before exiting the prime mover, lower the attachment to the ground, turn off the prime mover’s engine, remove the key and apply the brakes. EQUIPMENT SAFETY PRECAUTIONS 10502 6-3-14-2 8 75532 EQUIPMENT SAFETY PRECAUTIONS TRANSPORTING THE TREE SPADE • Travel only with the attachment in a safe transport position to prevent un- controlled movement. Drive slowly over rough ground and on slopes. • When driving on public roads use safety lights, reflectors, Slow Moving Vehicle signs etc., to prevent accidents. Check local government regula- tions that may affect you. • Do not drive close to ditches, excavations, etc., cave in could result. • Do not smoke when refueling the prime mover. Allow room in the gas tank for expansion. Wipe up any spilled fuel. Secure cap tightly when done. • Use extra care when loading onto or unloading the machine from a trailer or truck MAINTAINING THE TREE SPADE • Before performing maintenance, lower the attachment to the ground, turn off the engine, remove the key and apply the brakes. • Never perform any work on the attachment unless you are authorized and qualified to do so. Always read the operator service manual’s before any repair is made. After completing maintenance or repair, check for correct functioning of the attachment. If not functioning properly, always tag “DO NOT OPERATE” until all problems are corrected. • Worn, damaged, or illegible safety decals must be replaced. New safety decals can be ordered from PALADIN. • Never make hydraulic repairs while the system is under pressure. Serious personal injury or death could result. • Never work under a raised attachment. 12803 6-3-14 75532 9 DECALS DECAL PLACEMENT 9467 6-3-14-2 GENERAL INFORMATION The diagram on this page shows the location of the decals used on the BRADCO Tree Spades. The decals are identified by their part numbers, with reductions of the actual decals located on the following pages. Use this information to order replacements for lost or damaged decals. Be sure to read all decals before operating the tree spade. They contain information you need to know for both safety and attachment longevity. IMPORTANT: Keep all safety decals clean and legible. Replace all missing, illegible or damaged safety decals. When replacing parts with safety decals attached, the safety decals must also be replaced. REPLACING SAFETY DECALS: Clean the area of application with a nonflammable solvent, then wash the same area with soap and water. Allow the surface to dry. Remove the backing from the safety decal, exposing the adhe- sive surface. Apply the safety decal to the position shown in the diagram above and smooth out any bubbles. #40116 #40149 #40150 #40151 #40198 #40199 #40113 #40440 #40646 #40651 #40652 #40653 #40725 #4338 SERIAL TAG LOCATION #40654 MODEL NUMBER #40494 10 75532 DECALS 9468 6-3-14-2 1 2 3 4 5 NUMBER "1" PART #40651 USE NUMBER DECALS FOR BLADE NUMBER AND IN MODEL NUMBER (IF REQUIRED) NUMBER "2" PART #40652 NUMBER "3" PART #40653 NUMBER "4" PART #40654 NUMBER "5"
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