|Item No.||Description||Part No.||Qty/Unit|
|2.||Drag Chain Adjuster||1202||2|
|3.||1/2" Hex Nut||-----||2|
|6.||Floor Board Hold Bracket||1205||1|
|9.||Left Side Panel||1208||1|
|10.||Right Side Panel||1209||1|
|14.||Drag Chain Drive Hub||1213||1|
|15.||Beater Drive Hub||1214||1|
|16.||1 " ID Wheel Bearing||1215||4|
|17a.||Left Wheel/Tire Assembly||1216a||1|
|17b.||Right Wheel/Tire Assembly||1216b||1|
|18.||1" Flat Washer||---||2|
|19.||1/4 x 1-112" Cotter Pin||---||2|
|21.||Drag Chain Drive Shaft||1218||1|
|22.||Drag Chain Drive Sprocket||1219||2|
|24.||Outer Drag Chain Drive Chain||1221||1|
|25.||Inner Drag Chain Drive Chain||1222||1|
|26.||Beater Drive Chain||1223||1|
|30.||Transmission Shield Bracket||1227||2|
|31.||Drag Chain Transmission Housing||1228||1|
|32.||Beater Transmission Housing||1229||1|
|33.||3/4" Set Collar||1230||3|
|34.||Drag Chain Drive Stub||1231||1|
|35.||3/4" Sleeve Bearing||1232||5|
|36.||Beater Drive Stub||1233||2|
|37.||10" Pulley/Sprocket Comb. Assy.||1234||1|
|38.||40T/12T Comb. Sprocket Assy||1235||1|
|39.||40T Drag Chain Drive Sprocket||1236||1|
|40.||3/4" ID Bronze Bushing||1237||6|
|41.||5/8 x 81 " V-Belt||1238||2|
|42.||6" Pulley Sprocket Comb. Assy.||1239||1|
|43.||12T Beater Drive Sprocket||1240||2|
|46.||Beater Stabilizer Bar||1243||1|
|47.||Drag Chain Assembly||1244||1|
|BOLTS:||3/8 x 1 Bolt, Nut, Lock Washer, and Flat Waster - 12 per unit Used on Front Panel and Transmission Shields
3/8 x 1-1/4 Bolt, Nut, Lock Washer, and Flat Washer - 16 per unit Used on Tongue, Side Panels, Axle, and Transmission
5/16 x 1 Hex Bolts, Nuts, and Lock Washers - 4 per unit Used on Wood Bearings
The basic operation of the Model 1200 manure spreader is identical to full farm sized spreaders. The entire manure load is gradually fed toward the rear beater at a rate compatible with the rear beater's ability to disperse the manure. The rear beater's initial drive is a V-belt to allow slippage should excessive loads be encountered; thus preventing severe damage to more expensive parts.
The continuous motion of the drag chain is accomplished by the driver's side wheel transmitting force to a combination V-belt and chain driving transmission.
The double rear beater rotation is driven by the passenger side wheel transmitting force to a similar transmission. The drag chain and rear beaters have separate clutch ropes, both of which run from the transmissions to the keyhole catches.
Detailed Operating Procedures Are As Follows:
|1.||Insure that the drag chain tension is such that a small sag (3-4 inches) is apparent underneath the front of the load bed. Drag chain tension is adjusted by using the two idler sprocket positioning bolts located at the front of the load bed.|
|2.||Disengage the drag chain and beater drives by pulling rope knot through keyhole and hooking in slot.|
|3.||Load desired material to be spread. CAUTION: Avoid loading rocks, metal, or other items that could become dangerous flying objects during unloading. Also, string and wire should be avoided to prevent winding on the beater while unloading.
Small loads are recommended until familiarization with limitations and capabilities of the Model 1200 are satisfactory. NOTE: If sawdust bedding is used, it may be desirable to utilize an end gate. Slots located in front of the stabilizer bar are designed to accept a 3/4 inch x 24 inch x 39-3/4 inch plywood end gate. This will increase the load capacity, while decreasing the amount of spillage that may occur during transport.
|4.||Upon reaching the desired location of spreading, engage the two clutches by releasing the rope knot from the keyhole catch.|
|5.||The spreader works most efficiently when being pulled at speeds of 3 to 5 miles per hour (fast walk). If the beater stops rotating during spreading operation, stop immediately and manually rotate the beater until free (this will prevent the manure from becoming further jammed into the beater). Also, when turning corners while spreading, it is better to make left hand turns so that beater speeds and spreading action are maintained.|
Country Manufacturing, Inc., will, at its option, replace or repair, without charge to the original purchaser any part or parts manufactured by it and found upon examination, to be DEFECTIVE IN MATERIAL AND/OR WORKMANSHIP if received for such examination within 90 days from date of original purchase.
Damage resulting from accident, abuse or neglect are conditions under which warranty cannot be claimed. Nor will warranty apply to damage resulting from failure to follow the Manufacturer's instruction for operation and maintenance nor from the improper selection of a particular application.
All transportation charges on, and damages and loss incurred in connection with the transportation of, parts submitted for replacement or repair under this WARRANTY shall be borne by the purchaser.
No other warranties, guarantees, or liabilities, either implied or expressed, will be the responsibility of Country Manufacturing, Inc.