ROTARY TILLER - 32" FOR MODEL B-SERIES TRACTORS
The 32" Rotary Tiller is shipped from the factory in one carton. Before starting to assemble the tiller, be certain to remove all of the parts from the carton.
For ease in assembling the tiller, follow the sequence of steps outlined below:
1, Remove all masking tape from the ends of the tine shaft and the drive pulley shaft of the chain guard assembly.
2. To attach
the deflector assembly to the chain guard assembly, remove two mounting bolts from each side of the chain guard as shown in Figures 1 & 2. Mount the deflector so that the holes in the mounting brackets line up with the holes in the chain guard assembly as shown in Figure 3, and replace the mounting bolts in their original holes. Tighten the bolts
3. Assemble the left hand inner tine assembly to the left hand outer tine assembly and fasten with a pin and cotter pin. Assemble the right hand inner tine assembly to the
NOTE: The inner tine assemblies can be identified by the constant diameter
of the hub fastened to the tine plate. The long end of this hub is inserted into the long end of the hub of the outer tine assemblies and is fastened as described above.
CAUTION: As it is possible to mount the tine assemblies incorrectly to the tine shaft, pay particular attention to the following: Assemble the tines to the tine shaft as shown in Figure 4 so that the sharp edges of the top tines face toward the front of the tractor. Fasten the tines to the tine shaft with a pin and cotter pin on each end of the tine shaft.
When the tines are mounted, check once more to be certain that the sharp edges of all tines face in the correct direction.
Assemble the tiller drive pulley to the tiller drive shaft as shown in Figure 3. The pulley is held in place by a key and sets crew and is to be mounted with the hub of the pulley
facing away from the chain guard.
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ALLIS-CHALMERS MFG. CO.
MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN, U.S.A.
[Source: Allis-Chalmers Owner's Manual, Rotary Tiller - 32" for Model B-Series Tractors, TM-302, April 1962]