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This Operators manual is an integral part of safe operation of this machine and must be maintained with the unit

at all times. READ, UNDERSTAND, and FOLLOW the Safety and Operations Instructions contained in this manual before operating the equipment.

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SECTION 1 SAFETY
General Safety Instructions and Practices.........................................................................................................1.1 Driver Safety Instructions and Practices...........................................................................................................1.2 Operation Safety Instructions and Practices.....................................................................................................1.3 Maintenance Safety Instructions and Practices................................................................................................1.4 Federal Laws and Regulations............................................................................................................................1.5

SECTION 2 SYSTEM & COMPONENT


Specifications.......................................................................................................................................................2.1 General System Description...............................................................................................................................2.2 Hydraulic System................................................................................................................................................2.3 Electrical System.................................................................................................................................................2.4 Dust Suppression System.....................................................................................................................................2.5 Console.................................................................................................................................................................2.6 Power Module Assembly......................................................................................................................................2.7 Sweeping Head....................................................................................................................................................2.8 Hopper..................................................................................................................................................................2.9 Available Options..............................................................................................................................................2.10

SECTION 3 SWEEPER OPERATION


Before You Start the Sweeper..............................................................................................................................3.1 Start-Up Procedure and Operation...................................................................................................................3.2 Sweeping..............................................................................................................................................................3.3 Dumping..............................................................................................................................................................3.4 End of Shift Cleanup/Maintenance...................................................................................................................3.5

SECTION 4 MAINTENANCE
About Maintenance.............................................................................................................................................4.1 Cleaning...............................................................................................................................................................4.2 Sweeper Fluid Maintenance................................................................................................................................4.3 Lubrication Schedule..........................................................................................................................................4.4 Filters....................................................................................................................................................................4.5 Seals......................................................................................................................................................................4.6 Hopper..................................................................................................................................................................4.7 version 1 09/10 2010 SCHWARZE INDUSTRIES, INC.

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Auxiliary Engine.................................................................................................................................................4.8 Drive Train Component Maintenance................................................................................................................4.9 Fan Housing.......................................................................................................................................................4.10 Sweeping Head...................................................................................................................................................4.11 Gutter Broom.....................................................................................................................................................4.12 Hydraulic System Maintenance........................................................................................................................4.13 Dust Suppression System Maintenance...........................................................................................................4.14

SECTION 5 TROUBLESHOOTING
Loss Of Vacuum Power - Sweeper Not Picking Up..........................................................................................5.1 Excessive Runner Wear - Head Not Gliding Properly......................................................................................5.2 Head Drifting Down............................................................................................................................................5.3 Unusual Noise Or Vibration................................................................................................................................5.4 Sweeper Engine...................................................................................................................................................5.5 Dust Suppression System.....................................................................................................................................5.6 Hydraulic System................................................................................................................................................5.7 Gutter Broom.......................................................................................................................................................5.8

SECTION 6 PARTS
12V Standard Unit..............................................................................................................................................6.1 24V Standard Unit..............................................................................................................................................6.2 Frame Assembly..................................................................................................................................................6.3 Skid Tie Down Kit...............................................................................................................................................6.4 Install, IH Truck Kit...........................................................................................................................................6.5 Install, FSR Isuzu Truck Kit..............................................................................................................................6.6 Install, Universal Truck Kit...............................................................................................................................6.7 Install, Conventional Chassis Extension...........................................................................................................6.8 Install, Cabover Chassis Extension...................................................................................................................6.9 Install, Isuzu Conventional Chassis Extension...............................................................................................6.10 Install, Isuzu Cabover Chassis Extension.......................................................................................................6.11 12V Isuzu Console Assembly............................................................................................................................6.12 56 Gallon Fuel Tank Assembly.........................................................................................................................6.13 Install, Battery Box Assembly..........................................................................................................................6.14 LH Toolbox Assembly.......................................................................................................................................6.15 RH Toolbox Assembly.......................................................................................................................................6.16 Head, LH Pickup..............................................................................................................................................6.17 Head, RH Pickup.............................................................................................................................................6.18 Install, Head Assembly, LH Pickup.................................................................................................................6.19 Install, Head Assembly, RH Pickup................................................................................................................6.20 Head, LH Caster Assembly..............................................................................................................................6.21 2010 SCHWARZE INDUSTRIES, INC. version 1 09/10

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Head, RH Caster Assembly..............................................................................................................................6.22 Install, Caster Head Assembly, LH Pick Up...................................................................................................6.23 Install, Caster Head Assembly, RH Pick Up...................................................................................................6.24 Center Divider Install.......................................................................................................................................6.25 Head Cylinder Assembly..................................................................................................................................6.26 Head Flap Indicator..........................................................................................................................................6.27 G/B Assembly, LH.............................................................................................................................................6.28 G/B Assembly, RH.............................................................................................................................................6.29 28 Gutter Broom Disc Assembly....................................................................................................................6.30 Gutter Broom, Steel Bristles............................................................................................................................6.31 Gutter Broom Tilt Assembly............................................................................................................................6.32 Manual Tilt Assembly.......................................................................................................................................6.33 LH G/B Tilt, Install...........................................................................................................................................6.34 RH G/B Tilt, Install...........................................................................................................................................6.35 Hopper Assembly, LH P/U MS.......................................................................................................................6.36 Hopper Assembly, RH P/U MS.......................................................................................................................6.37 Hopper Assembly, LH P/U SS.........................................................................................................................6.38 Hopper Assembly, RH P/U SS........................................................................................................................6.39 LH Hopper Cylinder Assembly.......................................................................................................................6.40 RH Hopper Cylinder Assembly.......................................................................................................................6.41 GS6 Hopper Spraybar Install..........................................................................................................................6.42 Install, Hand Hose, LH 12V...........................................................................................................................6.43 Install, Hand Hose, RH 12V............................................................................................................................6.44 Install, Hand Hose, LH 24V.............................................................................................................................6.45 Install, Hand Hose Assembly, 24V..................................................................................................................6.46 Hopper Drain Install .........................................................................................................................................6.47 Roof JD 115 Install............................................................................................................................................6.48 M/S Roof JD 115 Install....................................................................................................................................6.49 Roof Isuzu 4JJ1 Install......................................................................................................................................6.50 M/S Roof Isuzu 4JJ1 Install .............................................................................................................................6.51 Engine Kit, 12V JD T3.....................................................................................................................................6.52 Engine Kit, 24V JD T3......................................................................................................................................6.53 Isuzu 4JJI 12V Engine Kit...............................................................................................................................6.54 LH Power Module Assembly............................................................................................................................6.55 RH Power Module Assembly............................................................................................................................6.56 Spindle Fan Assembly.......................................................................................................................................6.57 Water System.....................................................................................................................................................6.58 12V Water System Kit......................................................................................................................................6.59 24V Water System Kit......................................................................................................................................6.60 LH Water Fill Pipe Assembly...........................................................................................................................6.61 RH Water Fill Pipe Assembly...........................................................................................................................6.62 LH Water Fill Pipe Install................................................................................................................................6.63 RH Water Fill Pipe 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12V Water Manifold Assembly 12V.................................................................................................................6.68 Water Manifold Assembly 24V.........................................................................................................................6.69 24V Water Pump Assembly 12V......................................................................................................................6.70 Water Pump Assembly 24V..............................................................................................................................6.71 Connector, Hose, AHH Assembly...................................................................................................................6.72 Dust Separator Door Assembly........................................................................................................................6.73 Manifold Assembly, Front, GS.......................................................................................................................6.74 Manifold Assembly, Rear.................................................................................................................................6.75 Manifold Assembly, G/B..................................................................................................................................6.76 Hydraulic Tank Assembly................................................................................................................................6.77 Pump, 24V Hydraulic Auxiliary.....................................................................................................................6.78 Hydraulic Manifold Assembly.........................................................................................................................6.79 12V Auxiliary Pump Assembly..........................................................................................................................6.80 Bleeder Indicator Install...................................................................................................................................6.81 12V Hydraulic Components Assembly............................................................................................................6.82 24V Hydraulic Components Assembly............................................................................................................6.83 12V Hydraulic Manifold Assembly..................................................................................................................6.84 Standard Hose Kit............................................................................................................................................6.85 12V Rear Beacon Install...................................................................................................................................6.86 24V Rear Beacon Install...................................................................................................................................6.87 Rear Beacon Install...........................................................................................................................................6.88 12VDC Incandescent Work Light...................................................................................................................6.89 24VDC Incandescent Work Light...................................................................................................................6.90 12VDC Gutter Broom Led Light.....................................................................................................................6.91 24VDC Gutter Broom Led Light.....................................................................................................................6.92 12V Incandescent Front Flood Light..............................................................................................................6.93 24V Incandescent Front Flood Light..............................................................................................................6.94 12V LED Front Flood Light.............................................................................................................................6.95 24V LED Front Flood Light .............................................................................................................................6.96 12V Hopper Lights............................................................................................................................................6.97 24V Hopper Lights............................................................................................................................................6.98 12V Incandescent Broom Light.......................................................................................................................6.99 24V Incandescent Broom Light.....................................................................................................................6.100 12V LED Broom Light...................................................................................................................................6.101 24V LED Broom Light...................................................................................................................................6.102 12V Incandescent Dump Lights.....................................................................................................................6.103 24V Incandescent Dump Lights.....................................................................................................................6.104 12V LED Dump Lights...................................................................................................................................6.105 24V LED Dump Lights...................................................................................................................................6.106 12V Rear Bumper............................................................................................................................................6.107 24V Rear Bumper............................................................................................................................................6.108 12V Rear Bumper Install...............................................................................................................................6.109 24V Rear Bumper 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Delivery Record File Copy. Remove This Page Prior To Delivery To Customer. DELIVERY DATE COMPANY NAME ADDRESS CITY STATE CONTACT PHONE __________________________________ __________________________________ __________________________________ __________________ ZIP ____________ __________________________________ ( _________ ) ______________________

CHASSIS TYPE CHASSIS SERIAL NO. SWEEPER SERIAL NUMBER SWEEPER MODEL POWER MODULE ENGINE TYPE POWER MODULE ENGINE SERIAL NO. HYDRAULIC PUMP TYPE BEACON TYPE GUTTER BROOM MOTOR TYPE PRESSURIZED WATER SYSTEM PUMP TYPE JOB NO.
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IMPORTANT CUSTOMER INFORMATION
It is important that all warranty forms for the chassis, sweeper, and auxiliary engine be filled out and sent to the appropriate component manufacturer. Failure to do so may result in costly delay or denial should a warranty claim be made. DELIVERY DATE COMPANY NAME ADDRESS CITY STATE CONTACT __________________________________ __________________________________ __________________________________ __________________ ZIP ____________ __________________________________

PHONE ( _________ ) ______________________

CHASSIS TYPE CHASSIS SERIAL NO. SWEEPER SERIAL NUMBER SWEEPER MODEL POWER MODULE ENGINE TYPE POWER MODULE ENGINE SERIAL NO. HYDRAULIC PUMP TYPE BEACON TYPE GUTTER BROOM MOTOR TYPE PRESSURIZED WATER SYSTEM PUMP TYPE JOB NO.
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CALIFORNIA PROPOSITION 65

WARNING

Diesel engine exhaust and some of its constituents are known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects, and other reproductive harm.

Please note this warning and remember

Always start and operate the engine in a well-ventilated area; If in an enclosed area, vent the exhaust to the outside; Do not modify or tamper with the exhaust system.

As an owner of off-road diesel engine equipment and/or an employer, you may have an obligation, under the California Occupational Safety and Health Act or Proposition 65, to warn persons exposed to diesel engine exhaust and/or other Proposition 65 chemicals in and around your workplace. See California Health and Safety Code section 25249.5, Title 22 of the California Code of Regulations at section 1200, et seq., and Title 8 of the California Code of Regulations section 5194.

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Procedures for clearing obstructions from the suction inlet tube Prior to removing the intake hose, locate the sweeper in an area conducive to safe work practice. Assure the sweeper is parked with the brakes set the auxiliary and chassis engine off. On occasion suction inlet tube may become clogged with obstructions such as debris and mud (using larger amounts of water in the intake of the sweeping head will assist in removing dirt or mud clogging without removal of intake tube). Caution: Exercise care when cleaning the inlet tube as sharp objects (hypodermic needles, glass, etc) or hazardous materials may be present. Wear the appropriate protective equipment. To clear an obstruction: Remove the flexible intake tube at the bottom end, which is connected to the sweeping head, and clear tube obstructions from the lower end.

A series sweeper will have quick V clamp or band clamp enabling the operator to disconnect the bottom of the intake tube from the sweeping head and clear any potential obstructions. S series sweepers will have is a removable band clamp enabling the operator to disconnect the bottom of the intake tube from the sweeping head and clear any potential obstructions. Reconnect the flexible intake tube to the sweeping head and check for proper operation. DO NOT raise the hopper and attempt to clean the obstruction from the top of the suction tube as a potential pinch point is created between the hopper and the top of the suction tube.

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INTRODUCTION
Your new Schwarze GS6 SERIES sweeper incorporates the very latest in sweeper manufacturing technology. This sweeper was designed to clean surfaces with a high rate of efficiency and minimize operational costs. A single fan is used to create both the air pressure and the suction which power the sweeping function. This volume of air, which is pumped at a high velocity into the sweeper pickup head, provides its superior sweeping performance. This sweeper uses a closed loop or regenerative air system to accomplish debris pickup. Part of the fans forced air may be vented out of the fan housing, which provides increased performance over competitive models. You will find this design is much more dependable and requires less maintenance than that of broom sweepers. To obtain the best use of the sweepers equipment, we strongly recommend that the operator be required to thoroughly read, understand and follow all of the applicable information in this Manual prior to and during the operation of this sweeper. Daily cleaning and strict adherence to the units routine maintenance schedules are major factors in keeping your unit in like-new condition. Ensuring that both service personnel and operators become familiar with the information unique to this make and model of sweeper will greatly contribute to costeffective operation and many years of quality service. Our goal at Schwarze Industries is always 100% customer satisfaction. Were confident youll find this new sweeper to be the best built on the market, and its backed by a company with a service commitment thats second to none. If you need help, dont hesitate to call. Many ideas for improvements to previous models have come from users in the field. If you have an idea or suggestion on how we might make our product even better, please let us know by calling toll free, 1-800-879-7933.

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CUSTOMER ASSISTANCE
Schwarze Industries is noted for its commitment to customer satisfaction. In addition to many Authorized Dealers located throughout the country, Schwarze Industries also maintains a fully stocked factory service center in Huntsville, Alabama. In the event you need parts or service, call your nearest Authorized Dealer. Their name and number can be found on the Sweeper Information Sheet, located in the front of this manual. In the unlikely event that your local dealer is unable to provide the assistance you require, call us at our home office in Huntsville, Alabama. We have a state-of-the-art fabrication and production facility and a complete service and refurbishing center with an inventory of over $500,000 in spare parts. In most cases, same day shipping and overnight delivery is available. To speak with our parts team representatives, call 1-800-879-7933. To assure prompt delivery and processing of your parts order, please have the following information ready before calling: Type and serial numbers for the chassis, power module engine and the sweeping unit. (This information is also located on the Sweeper Information Sheet in the front of this manual). The part number(s), description(s) and the quantity desired. (Please indicate any relevant particulars such as whether the part is for the right or left, front or rear). Shipping instructions: Tell us how you want your order shipped (e.g., next day air, second day air, truck, freight, etc.). When left unspecified, orders are shipped UPS. Truck freight is used when weight restrictions apply.

Every effort is made to ship all in-stock parts on the same day the order is placed when received before 12:00 noon Central Time. Orders received after noon are shipped on the following business day. For customer convenience, orders may be faxed to the Schwarze factory 24 hours per day . The parts departments fax number is 1-256-851-1210.

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WARRANTY INFORMATION
When a Schwarze GS6 SERIES sweeper is purchased, it is important that all warranty forms for the chassis, sweeper, and auxiliary engine be filled out and sent to the appropriate component manufacturer. Failure to do so may result in costly delay or denial should a warranty claim be made. Warranty claims are handled by our parts department. Before any warranted parts may be returned for warranty credit, however, authorization by a Schwarze representative must first be obtained. Also, once the authorization has been granted, the defective part MUST be returned to us. This policy allows for efficient parts shipping and account crediting. For your convenience, we accept MasterCard and Visa. If credit card payment is not used, orders will be shipped C.O.D. unless prior arrangements have been made with our accounting department. Once received, shipments should be examined immediately. Any shortage or damage should be noted on the freight bill or express receipt BEFORE the parts are accepted from the carrier. Immediate notification to us of such shortage or damage is also required. If you still have questions with the service or operation of your sweeper after consulting the maintenance and troubleshooting sections of this manual, call us toll-free and we will provide you with additional instruction. At Schwarze Industries we are truly committed to your complete satisfaction with our products and services. If you have any suggestions, please call our toll-free number: 1-800-879-7933. We are only a toll-free phone call away.

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SAFETY GUIDELINES
1. Do not operate sweeping unit without fan exhaust hose in place. 2. When lowering hopper, beware of the pinch point. (A pinch point is the area between any two objects where a crushing injury may occur when one or both of the objects move. In this instance, the pinch point is the area between the hopper and the frame.) 3. Do not dump hopper unless you are on level ground. Dump only with truck in NEUTRAL and with emergency brake engaged. Do not dump hopper over an open pit or dock. 4. Make certain that safety stops (provided with unit) are in place at the dump cylinders whenever you are working under the raised hopper. 5. To prevent accidental starting of the auxiliary engine, remove the auxiliary engine keys and/or disconnect the auxiliary engine battery cable when working on or near the auxiliary engine or its drive belts. 6. Remove truck ignition keys whenever you are working under truck. 7. Do not remove any of the belt guards, or work near drive belts, while wearing loose clothing or jewelry. 8. Do not inspect the fan or come near the fan housings back plate opening when the auxiliary engine is running. 9. Drain water system when temperature could fall below freezing. 10. AUXILIARY ENGINE CAUTION: Water and antifreeze must be pre-mixed in a 1:1 ratio before filling the engines cooling system. Failure to premix components can cause engine failure and will invalidate the engines warranty. Consult the engine owners manual for maintenance schedules. 11. If your unit is equipped with dual steering, drive the sweeper from the right side only when you are using the right side broom. Do not exceed 15 mph when steering from the right side. 12. Always use the proper tools for every job and keep your equipment in good condition. 13. Refer to the chassis and sweeper engine Owners Manuals for additional, important safety guidelines.

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General Safety Instructions and Practices.........................................................................................................1.1 Driver Safety Instructions and Practices...........................................................................................................1.2 Operation Safety Instructions and Practices.....................................................................................................1.3 Maintenance Safety Instructions and Practices................................................................................................1.4 Federal Laws and Regulations............................................................................................................................1.5

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General Safety Instructions and Practices


A safe and careful operator is the best operator. Safety is of primary importance to the manufacturer and should be to the owner/operator. Most accidents can be avoided by being aware of your equipment, the area and conditions in which you are operating the equipment, and by observing reasonable precautions. The first section of this manual includes a list of Safety Messages that, if followed, will help protect the operator and bystanders from injury or death. Read and understand these Safety Messages before assembling, operating or servicing the Sweeper. This equipment should only be operated by those persons who have read the Manual, who are responsible, who have been properly trained, and who know how to operate the Sweeper safely and responsibly. The Safety Alert Symbol combined with a Signal Word, as seen below, is used throughout this manual and on decals which are attached to the equipment. The Safety Alert Symbol means: ATTENTION! BE ALERT! YOUR SAFETY IS INVOLVED! The Symbol and Signal Word are intended to warn the owner/operator of impending hazards and the degree of possible injury faced when operating this equipment. Practice all usual and customary safe working precautions and above all, remember safety is up to YOU. Only YOU can prevent serious injury or death from unsafe practices.

CAUTION

The lowest level of Safety Message; warns of possible injury. Decals located on the Equipment with this Signal Word are Black and Yellow. Serious injury or possible death! Decals are Black and Orange.

WARNING

DANGER

Imminent death/critical injury. Decals are Red and White.

READ, UNDERSTAND, and FOLLOW the following Safety Messages. Serious injury or death may occur unless care is taken to follow the warnings and instructions stated in the Safety Messages. Always use good common sense to avoid hazards.

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SCHWARZE GS6 SERIES SAFETY DANGER Never operate the Sweeper until you have read and completely understand this Manual, the Truck Operators Manual, the Auxiliary Engine Operators manual, and each of the Safety Messages found in these Manuals and those affixed to the Sweeper and its components. Learn how to stop the Sweepers engines suddenly in an emergency. Never allow inexperienced or untrained personnel to operate the Truck and Sweeper without supervision. Make sure the operator has fully read and understood the manuals prior to operation.

PELIGRO!

Si no lee Ingles, pida ayuda a alguien que si lo lea para que le traduzca las medidas de seguridad.

i LEA EL INSTRUCTIVO!

In addition to the design and configuration of this Sweeper, including Safety Signs and Safety Equipment, hazard control and accident prevention are dependent upon the awareness, concern, prudence, and proper training of personnel involved in the operation, transport, maintenance, and storage of the machine. Refer also to Safety Messages and operation instruction in each of the appropriate sections of the Truck and Auxiliary Engine Manuals. Pay close attention to the Safety Signs affixed to the Sweeper. PARTS INFORMATION Schwarze Sweepers use balanced and matched system components for broom carriers, brooms, suction heads, and other components. These parts are made and tested to Schwarze specifications. Non-genuine or will fit parts do not consistently meet these specifications. The use of non-genuine or will fit parts may reduce Sweeper performance, void Sweeper warranties, and present a safety hazard. Use genuine Schwarze Sweeper parts for economy and safety. SEE YOUR SCHWARZE DEALER

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WARNING

Always maintain the safety decals in good readable condition. If the decals are missing, damaged, or unreadable, obtain and install replacement decals immediately. Consult your authorized sales representative for decal replacements. All Safety Shields, Guards and other Protective Safety devices should be used and maintained in good working condition. All safety devices should be inspected carefully at least daily for missing or broken components. NEVER REMOVE PROTECTIVE SHIELDS AND GUARDS! NEVER MODIFY OR CUT PROTECTIVE SHIELDS OR GUARDS! When shields or guards are removed to access areas for maintenance, they must be replaced and be in good condition before operating. Missing, broken, or worn shields, guards, and other protective devices must be replaced at once and prior to operation to reduce the possibility of injury or death from thrown objects, entanglement, or contact. The Sweeper must be equipped with a fire extinguisher, rated for all fires, in an accessible and visible area. The fire extinguisher should be inspected routinely by a certified inspector for operational use and replaced as needed. Never obstruct access to the fire extinguisher.

DANGER

WARNING

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Driver Safety Instructions and Practices


WARNING CAUTION The operator of the Sweeper must be trained in the operation and safe use of this machine. The operator must read and completely understand the operators manuals of the Sweeper, Truck and Auxiliary engine manufacturers. New operators should be trained in an open area clear of obstructions before operating on public roadways. If operation of the entire Sweeper unit (Truck, Auxiliary engine, and Sweeping Components) is not completely understood, consult your authorized sales representative for a detailed explanation. Never allow an untrained or unqualified driver to operate the Sweeper. The Sweeper driver must meet the requirements and possess a Motor Vehicle License as determined by the state in which the Sweeper is operated if used on public roadways. Contact your local State Department of Public Safety office for special licensing requirements to operate the Sweeper in your area.

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SCHWARZE GS6 SERIES SAFETY DANGER WARNING NEVER use drugs or alcohol immediately before or while driving or operating the Sweeper. Drugs and alcohol will affect an operators alertness and coordination and therefore affect the operators ability to operate the Sweeper safely. Before operating the Sweeper, an operator on prescription or over-the counter medication must consult a medical professional regarding any side effects of the medication that would hinder their ability to operate the Sweeper safely NEVER knowingly allow anyone to operate this Sweeper when their alertness or coordination is impaired. Serious injury or death to the operator or others could result if the operator is under the influence of drugs or alcohol. Always wear OSHA approved Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) while operating, servicing, repairing, and/or cleaning the Sweeper. PPE is designed to provide bodily protection during such activities. Personal Protective Equipment includes: Protective Eye Wear Steel Toed Safety Footwear Gloves Hearing Protection Close Fitted Clothing Hard Hat-When working around a raised hopper. Respirator-Depending on conditions and material being swept or cleaned. Specialized protective equipment may be required if dangerous or hazardous material is being swept by or cleaned from the Sweeper. Prolonged operation of the Sweeper may cause operator boredom and/or fatigue affecting the safe operation of the Sweeper. It is recommended that the operator take scheduled work breaks to help prevent these potentially impaired operating conditions. If possible, completely shut down the Sweeper,exit the cab and move around stretching your arms and legs . Never operate the Sweeper in a fatigued or bored mental state that impairs proper and safe Sweeper operation.

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SCHWARZE GS6 SERIES OWNERS MANUAL CAUTION PROLONGED EXPOSURE TO LOUD NOISE MAY CAUSE PERMANENT HEARING LOSS! Sweeper operation can often be noisy enough to cause permanent hearing loss. We recommend that you always wear hearing protection if the noise in the Operators position exceeds 80db. Noise over 85db over an extended period of time will cause severe hearing loss. Noise over 90db adjacent to the Operator over an extended period of time will cause permanent or total hearing loss. Note: Hearing loss from loud noise [from sweepers, chain saws, radios, and other such sources close to the ear] is cumulative over a lifetime without hope of natural recovery. Do not operate, or perform maintenance to, the Sweeper while wearing loose fitting clothing. Entanglement of loose clothing with the rotating elements can result in serious injury or death. Stay clear of all rotating elements at all times.

DANGER

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WARNING
Use both hands for support when getting on and off the Sweeper. Use hand holds and steps on the Sweeper for support when boarding the Sweeper. Never use the Sweeper control levers for support when boarding the sweeper.

WARNING

Use available Sweeper hand holds and steps to exit the Sweeper. Make sure you have solid footing before stepping down. Be careful of your step and use extra caution when mud, ice, snow, or other matter has accumulated on the steps or handrails. Never rush to exit or jump off the Sweeper. Do not attempt to mount the Sweeper or Truck while the machine is moving Never attempt to mount a runaway Sweeper. Serious injury or death may occur from being run over by a moving Sweeper.

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BEFORE leaving the Trucks seat, always engage the parking brake and/or set the Trucks transmission in parking gear, stop the engine, remove the key, and wait for all moving parts to stop. Never dismount a Truck that is moving or while the Truck and Auxiliary engines are running. Operate the Sweeper controls from the Truck seat only.

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Always wear a seat belt while driving the Sweeper during operation and transport Serious injury or even death could result from falling out of the Truck or from being involved in a collision. Start the Truck and Auxiliary engines only when seated and belted in the Trucks operator seat. Operate the Sweeper controls only while properly seated with the seat belt secured around you. Inadvertent movement of the Truck and/or Sweeper components may cause serious injury or death to the operator and passersby. Read the Truck and Auxiliary Engine operators manuals for proper starting instructions. Use the right side steering only for sweeping, and never while exceeding 15 MPH. For travel, the Sweeper must be driven from the LEFT side ONLY. If the Sweeper is to be operated from the right hand side, make sure the Sweepers mirrors are aligned for visibility from the right hand side steering position. Sweep only in conditions where you have clear visibility of the area being swept in daylight or with adequate artificial lighting. Never sweep in darkness of foggy conditions where you cannot clearly see at least 50 feet in front and to the sides of the Sweeper. Make sure that you can clearly see and identify passersby, steep slopes, ditches, drop-offs, overhead obstructions, power lines, oversized debris and foreign objects. If you are unable to see these types of items, discontinue sweeping until visibility improves.

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SCHWARZE GS6 SERIES OWNERS MANUAL Transport the Sweeper only at safe speeds. Serious accidents and injuries can result from driving this Sweeper at unsafe speeds. Become familiar with the driving characteristics of the Truck and how it handles before operating or transporting on streets and highways. Make sure the Trucks steering, brakes, and wheels are in good condition and operate properly. Before transporting the Sweeper determine the safe transport speeds for you and the machine. Make sure you abide by the following rules:

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1. Test the Sweeper at a slow speed and increase the speed slowly. Apply the brakes smoothly to determine the stopping characteristics of the Truck equipped with the Sweeper. As you increase the speed of the Truck, the stopping distance increases. Determine the maximum safe transport speed for you and the Sweeper. When driving down a hill or on wet or rain slick roads, the braking distance increases: use extreme care and reduce your speed. Do not operate the Sweeper with weak or faulty brakes. Obey all traffic laws and regulations. Never exceed the posted speed limit. The Sweeper has a high center of gravity that may be further increased when carrying a loaded hopper and/or a full water tank. Use extreme caution when transporting at highway speeds. Slow down for sharp corners to avoid tipping or turning the Sweeper over. Only transport the Sweeper at the speeds determined as safe and which allow or proper control of the machine while driving and stopping during an emergency. When operating in traffic, use the Sweepers directional indicator or signal lights to indicate your movement. Always use the Sweepers flashing signal lights and other equipped warning features to alert motorist of your presence and slow moving speed when sweeping in traffic. Be Aware of Traffic Around You and Watch Out for the Other Guy.

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Do not exceed the rated operating speed for the Truck and Auxiliary engines Excessive operating speeds can cause engine and Sweeper component failures resulting in possible serious injury or death.

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Sweep at a speed that allows you to safely operate and control the Sweeper. Safe sweeping speed depends on street condition and the type and amount of debris being collected. Normal ground speed range is between 1 and 3 mph. Slow down for corners, curbs, parked cars, protruding signs and other obstacles. Use slow traveling speeds when operating on or near steep slopes, ditches, drop-offs, overhead obstructions, power lines, or when debris and foreign objects are to be avoided. KEEP AWAY FROM ROTATING ELEMENTS including the Sweeper gutter brooms and sweeping head to prevent entanglement and possible serious injury or death. Be aware that rotating elements can pull bystanders into the Sweeper.

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Never reach outside the Truck cab to pick up a foreign item or to clear an obstacle such as a tree limb or road sign impeding passage. Stop the Sweeper, shut down all sweeping components, wait for all moving parts to come to a complete stop, then exit the cab to handle objects that are hindering Sweeper operation and passage. Do not operate the Sweeper if excessive vibration or noise exists. Shut down the Sweeping components and the Truck and Auxiliary engines. Inspect the Sweeper to determine the source of the vibration or noise. If brooms are loose, damaged, or missing, replace them immediately. Do not operate the Sweeper until all necessary repairs have been performed and the Sweeper operates smoothly. Operating the Sweeper with excessive vibration can result in component failure and broken objects being thrown outward at high velocities. To reduce the possibility of property damage, serious injury, or even death, never operate the Sweeper with missing or damaged components. Never attempt to sweep debris that is too large for the Sweeper to pick up (oversized objects such as broken limbs and discarded tires). Such objects may plug the sweeping components and cause serious mechanical damage to the Sweeper. If possible, carefully place such objects out of the Sweeper and traffic path until properly removed by another means.

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SCHWARZE GS6 SERIES OWNERS MANUAL DANGER WARNING DANGER Objects such as wire, cable, rope, and chain can become entangled in the rotating parts of the sweeping components causing mechanical damage. Entangled items caught in the brooms can sling outward possibly injuring or entangling the operator or passersby. Any objects that might become entangled in a sweeping component and those which could plug the suction tubes should be removed from the area before beginning to sweep. Upswept debris, piled debris, and water puddles left behind the Sweeper might pose a driving hazard to vehicle traffic colliding with the debris or losing traction on the material. It is recommended to post warning signs alerting drivers of the Sweepers presence and the need to reduce vehicle speed. If such hazards are left behind following the Sweepers passage, the area should be swept a second time and any remaining hazards removed by an alternative method. Do Not raise the Sweepers broom components when passersby are within 25 feet Make sure that the gutter brooms and sweeper brooms have come to a complete stop before raising the brooms from the street surface. Raising the sweeping components exposes the rotating brooms creating a potentially serious hazard from thrown objects by the brooms or from direct broom contact. Air enters the fan housing inlet with great force. Caution should be used when the power module is running and the hopper is raised. To avoid being pulled into the fan, do not wear loose clothes or position yourself or allow others near the fan housing inlet. Possible injury or death could occur from being pulled into the fan.

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SCHWARZE GS6 SERIES SAFETY Use extreme caution when dumping contents of the Sweeper. Be aware of bystanders and animals in the area. Select a dump site on level ground and clear of overhead obstructions that could be hit when raising the hopper. Serious injury or death to the operator, bystanders and animals could occur if precautions are not taken when dumping the contents of the hopper. When positioning the truck at the dump station, choose an accessible location only on level ground. Raising the hopper on unlevel ground increases the possibility of tipping. Make sure the area is clear of ground and overhead obstructions. Never raise the hopper bin unless you can clearly see all overhead structures. Make sure you stay clear of all utility lines. Make sure the outriggers contact solid stable ground before raising the hopper. Stay in the cab of the sweeper with the windows rolled up when dumping the hopper. Use care when positioning the Sweeper to the dump station. Your vision, especially to the side and rear of the Sweeper may be reduced by the size of the Sweeper. Use side and rear view mirrors to aid vision. If you cannot see the dump site clearly, stop the Truck and examine the area. If necessary, request assistance to guide you while backing the Truck into position. If the hopper will be in the raised position for more time than is normally required to dump, or if someone is going to get under the hopper for repair, maintenance, cleaning or any other reason, secure the safety prop into position. Never drive the Sweeper with the hopper in the raised position. Traveling with the hopper in the raised position increases the chances of colliding with overhead obstructions. In addition, the center of gravity of the Sweeper is higher with a raised hopper, making the unit more prone to tipping over.

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SCHWARZE GS6 SERIES OWNERS MANUAL DANGER Do not allow the Sweeper to come in contact with potentially dangerous and/or hazardous material. Such hazards may include, but are not exclusively limited to, the following: Fire Hazards- Fuel spills, burning material. Chemical Hazards- Chemical spills, discarded chemical containers, batteries. Biological Hazards- Decaying Carcasses, BioMedical Waste. Radioactive Hazards-Radioactive Waste, Radioactive Material. Cutting Hazards-Broken Glass, Lumber with Protruding Nails. Carcinogenic Materials-Asbestos. Corrosive Materials-Batteries, Acids and Bases.

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In most areas, these types of material require special handling requirements for safe collection and proper disposal and should not be collected by the Sweeper, nor can they be disposed of in a general landfill site like most swept waste. Contact the appropriate authority for the collection and disposal requirements of such dangerous and/or hazardous material. Always wear required OSHA approved Personal Protective Equipment (PPE when coming in contact with and removing potentially dangerous and hazardous material that has been collected by the Sweeper or which is obstructing one or more Sweeper components. Pay close attention to dangerous and hazardous material including, but not exclusively limited to, chemicals, decaying carcasses, and sharp objects. Never sweep into hot or burning debris. A burning object, even as small as a lit cigarette, has the potential of igniting the collected waste inside the hopper, possibly destroying the Sweeper and inflicting serious injury or death to the operator or passersby. Verbal communication near a Sweeper is difficult and dangerous. Operating instructions and sweeping directions should be made prior to starting the Sweeper Unclear and misunderstood communication may lead to operator and bystander injury or death and equipment damage. If communication by the operator is necessary, completely shutdown and exit the Sweeper. Never allow anyone to approach the Sweeper while in operation. Never allow children to play on, under, or around the Sweeper nor allow children to operate Sweeper controls. Children can slip or fall off the Sweeper and be injured or killed. Children can cause the Sweeper components to shift or fall crushing themselves or others.

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SCHWARZE GS6 SERIES SAFETY WARNING Allow Sweeper passengers only in situations where their presence is involved in the sweeping operation (operator training, supervision, maintenance inspection). Never carry passengers whos presence distracts from the safe operation or transport of the Sweeper. Passengers must be seated securely and belted in the cabs passenger seat. Never allow any person to ride on any other location of the Sweeper during operation or transport. Extreme caution should be used by the Sweeper operator when operating near passersby. Stop sweeping if anyone comes within 25 feet of the Sweeper to prevent possible passerby injury or death from being struck from a thrown object, entanglement with the brooms, or run over. Under certain conditions, the Sweepers brooms are capable of propelling objects up to 25 feet. Be extremely careful when sweeping large dense objects, such as gravel or broken glass, that might become propelled and cause bodily injury to passersby or damage to property such as windows and vehicles. Make sure that no bystander, animal or obstruction such as a vehicle, building, or street sign are behind the Sweeper when backing up. The design of the Sweeper impairs operator rear vision when backing. Use extreme caution to ensure that the Sweeper is not backed into the path of pedestrian or vehicle traffic Serious injury or death and property damage could result from running into, being crushed by, or run over by a Sweeper. Make sure no bystanders or animals are within 25 feet of the Sweeper when dumping contents from or cleaning the hopper. Hopper contents, which may exceed several thousand pounds, could fall and crush a bystander or an animal resulting in possible injury or death. Do not operate the sweeper or start the auxiliary engine with the sweeper broom cover open or missing. The broom can throw objects or entanglement in the rotating broom can result in bodily injures.

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Do not operate the sweeper or start the auxiliary engine with the sweeper cover (doors) open or with the shields removed or missing. Entanglement in the elevator chains and rotating gears can result in serious bodily injures.

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SCHWARZE GS6 SERIES OWNERS MANUAL Stay clear of hopper when it is being dumped. Make sure that no coworkers or bystanders are near the hopper when it is being raised or lowered. Serious injury could result from entanglement with the hopper dump mechanism.

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Avoid body contact with collected debris in the hopper. Use protective WARNING clothing including gloves and eye protection when servicing or working in or around hopper. Collected debris in the hopper can cut or puncture resulting in serious bodily injuries and the transmittal of diseases. Use extreme caution when operating the Sweeper in traffic. To alert motorist of the Sweepers presence, the Sweeper is equipped with warning signals, flashing lights, and a built-in arrow board. Optional electrical lights, flashers and a warning barlight, strobe, or beacon may be positioned on top of the cab. Use all equipped warning signals to alert motorist and pedestrians of the Sweepers presence and relatively slow speed. Serious injury or death and property damage may occur if a vehicle collides with the Sweeper. Before starting a sweeping operation, make sure all the warning signal lights are connected, visible and working. Routinely inspect the Sweepers headlights, brake lights, backup lights, and turn signal lights for operational condition. Immediately repair non-functioning lighting. Always follow all local traffic regulations while operating the Sweeper. Always turn on all safety lights and flashers when you operate the Sweeper. It is recommended that you preset the beacon/strobe light switches to ON, so lights go on whenever the auxiliary engine is ON and lights go OFF whenever the auxiliary engine is turned OFF. This presetting action has the additional benefit of alerting the operator if the auxiliary engine is inadvertently left ON.

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Maintenance Safety Instructions and Practices


WARNING WARNING Periodically inspect all moving parts for wear and replace when necessary with authorized service parts. Look for loose fasteners, worn or broken parts, and leaky or loose fittings. Make sure all pins have cotter pins and washers. Serious injury may occur from not maintaining this Sweeper in good working order. Inspect the entire Sweeper before each use. Accidents may occur or damage to the Sweeper may result if the Sweeper is not maintained in good mechanical working order. Check for loose bolts, worn or broken parts, pinched hydraulic hoses, and leaky or loose fittings. Make sure all pins are secure and safety pins equipped. Make sure replacement parts (gutter broom heads) are the correct size and properly installed. Make sure all fluid levels are full and replenish as necessary. Make sure fuel, oil, and coolant caps are replaced and tightened. Make sure that the water tank cap is replaced. Check tire condition for tread wear and tire pressure at the rated PSI. Make sure that all safety shields and guards are attached and in good condition. Make sure all scheduled maintenance is up to date.

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Do not modify or alter this Sweeper. Do not permit anyone to modify or alter this Sweeper, any of its components or any Sweeper function. Use extreme care when climbing onto the Sweeper to perform repairs, maintenance, and cleaning. Use proper stands and ladders to access areas that cannot be reached from ground level. Slipping and falling off the Sweeper can cause serious injury or death. Never attempt to repair, lubricate, adjust, clean, remove obstructions or perform any other type of service to any Sweeper component while the Sweeper is in motion or while the Auxiliary and/or Truck engine is running. Completely shut down the sweeping components and the Truck and Auxiliary engines and wait for all motion to come to a complete stop before servicing the Sweeper.

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SCHWARZE GS6 SERIES OWNERS MANUAL DANGER Never leave the Sweeper unattended while the hopper bin is in the raised position Accidental operation of the lifting lever or a hydraulic failure may cause a sudden drop of the unit which could result in injury or death by crushing. If the hopper must be raised for a purpose other than the time required to normally dump, or if someone is going to get under the hopper for any reason, always secure the hopper safety prop into position. Never crawl under the hopper bin while the hopper is in the raised position unless properly secured with the safety prop in position. Accidental operation of a lifting lever or hydraulic failure may cause a sudden drop of the unit with injury or death by crushing. Use proper protective equipment (gloves, safety eye wear, face shield, arm protection, possible respirator or particle mask) when handling gutter and sweeper brooms during replacement, adjustment, and maintenance. Broom bristles, which are sharp and coarse, could inflict puncture and stab wounds to the hands, arms, and/or eyes if proper protective equipment is not worn. Never crawl under any raised Sweeper component (gutter broom, sweeper head,suction head, hopper bin) unless the component is securely supported or blocked up and hydraulic pressure relieved. Accidental operation of the lifting lever or hydraulic failure may cause a sudden drop of the unit with possible injury or death by crushing. Escaping pressurized hydraulic oil generated by hydraulic pumps has the potential to inflict serious injury and possible death. Never attempt to repair a pump or hose or tighten a connection while the system is pressurized. Always shut down the Truck and Auxiliary engines and relieve hydraulic oil pressure before performing any repairs to the hydraulic system. Hydraulic pressure must be relieved from the Sweepers hydraulic circuit prior to doing any maintenance or repair work and when the Sweeper is parked at the end of the day. Place the Sweepers gutter brooms, sweeper broom, suction head, and outriggers on the ground or securely blocked up with the safety pins installed. Make sure the hopper bin is lowered onto the chassis or secured in the raised position with the safety prop in position. Turn off the Truck and Auxiliary engines then engage the hydraulic remote cylinders several times to relieve hydraulic pressure prior to performing any maintenance or repair work.

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SCHWARZE GS6 SERIES SAFETY WARNING WARNING DANGER WARNING DANGER Water pressure generated by the high pressure water pump has the potential to inflict serious injury and death. Never attempt to repair a pump or hose or tighten a connection while the system is pressurized. Always shut down the Truck and Auxiliary engines and relieve water pressure by activating the system before performing any repairs to the high pressure water system. NEVER work on or near any engine component that has generated heat until it has cooled down. Use extra caution around the exhaust manifold near the water valve and the turbo charger manifold tubes. NEVER check or replenish the fluid levels of the Truck and Auxiliary engine coolant or hydraulic circuit oil levels until sufficient time has passed (up to 2 hours) to allow the system to cool down Contact with a hot engine component or operating fluid may result in serious injury from burns, scalding and possible death. Never remove debris from or unclog jams in the suction hoses, gutter brooms, pickup brooms, and all other areas of the Sweeper until both the Truck and Auxiliary Engines have been completely shutdown, all sweeping components have come to a complete stop and are lowered to ground level and hydraulic pressure relieved. Always wear PPE when removing collected material from the Sweeper. Serious injury or death may occur if any of these precautions are not followed when removing plugged or jammed sweeping components. Use extreme caution when working in confined areas of the hopper bin or water tank for an extended period of time. Confined work areas may pose a danger because of the physical constraints imposed on the body. Routinely exit the confine to stretch and correct posture to prevent physical stress imposed on the body before bodily injury occurs. Use extreme caution when entering confined areas of the hopper bin to perform repairs, maintenance, and cleaning. Depending on any hazardous contents and or fumes contained within the hopper bin, specialized Personal Protective Equipment such as a specialized respirator, artificial oxygen source, and protective body suit may be required. Always use the buddy system when hazardous or oxygen depleting material is contained within the hopper. Never enter an enclosed area without Personal Protective Equipment if contents are unknown, possible injury and death may result if required precautions are not taken.

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SCHWARZE GS6 SERIES OWNERS MANUAL Use extreme caution when refueling the Sweeper, fuel is highly flammable and explosive if not handled safely. Always follow these precautions to reduce the dangers involved in refueling: Completely shut down the Truck and Auxiliary Engines before refueling. Do Not refuel while smoking or near an open flame. Do Not store Sweeper with fuel in the tank in a building where fumes can reach an ignition source. To prevent a fire and explosion caused by static electric discharge while filling the tank, use a plastic funnel. Avoid using a funnel that has a metal screen or filter. Avoid spilling fuel. Fuel is expensive and can damage plastic and painted surfaces. Clean up spilled fuel immediately. Store fuel and all oils at a site protected from moisture, dirt, and other contaminants

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Never run the Truck or Auxiliary engine in a closed building or without adequate ventilation. The exhaust fumes can be hazardous and deadly to your health. If it is necessary to run the Truck or Auxiliary engine in an enclosed area, remove the exhaust fumes from the area to the outdoors with an exhaust pipe extension If you do not have an exhaust pipe extension, or if it is not possible to use one (Sweeping within a building), open doors and circulate outside air into the area. Engine Exhaust, some of its constituents, and certain vehicle components contain or emit chemicals known to the state of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm.

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Do not operate this Sweeper with hydraulic oil or fuel leaking. Oil and fuel are expensive and their presence could present a hazard. Do not check for leaks with your hand! Use a piece of heavy paper or cardboard. High-pressure oil streams from breaks in the line could penetrate the skin and cause tissue damage including gangrene. If oil does penetrate the skin, have the injury treated immediately by a physician knowledgeable and skilled in this procedure. Always read carefully and comply fully with the manufacturers instructions when handling fuels, oils, solvents, cleansers, and any other chemical agent.

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Remove the negative battery cable from the battery before performing any maintenance on the electrical system to prevent an accidental circuit shorting and sparks. Sparks can result in wiring damaged, fire or personal injury.

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Use caution when working around the hopper doors. Do not let the doors fall uncontrolled onto bystanders or coworkers. Use the door locks to hold the doors open while cleaning or performing maintenance in or around the hopper. Before conducting maintenance on the sweeper stop the truck, place the transmission in park and set the parking brake. Turn the Truck engine and the auxiliary engine off and remove the keys to prevent inadvertent or accidental starting of the engines. Unexpected engine start up or truck movement can result in serious bodily injuries or death.

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Federal Laws and Regulations


This section is intended to explain in broad terms the concept and effect of federal laws and regulations concerning employer and employee equipment operators. This section is not intended as a legal interpretation of the law and should not be considered as such. Employer-Employee Operator Regulations U.S. Public Law 91-596 (The Williams-Steiger Occupational and Health Act of 1970) OSHA This Act Seeks: ...to assure so far as possible every working man and woman in the nation safe and healthful working conditions and to preserve our human resources... DUTIES

Sec. 5 (a) Each employer (1) shall furnish to each of his employees employment and a place of employment which are free from recognized hazards that are causing or are likely to cause death or serious physical harm to his employees; (2) shall comply with occupational safety and health standards promulgated under this Act. (b) Each employee shall comply with occupational safety and health standards and all rules, regulations and orders issued pursuant to this Act which are applicable to his own actions and conduct. OSHA Regulations OSHA regulations state in part: At the time of initial assignment and at least annually thereafter, the employer shall instruct every employee in the safe operation and servicing of all equipment with which the employee is, or will be involved.

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SCHWARZE GS6 SERIES SAFETY Employer Responsibilities: To ensure employee safety during Truck and Sweeper operation, it is the employers responsibility to: 1. Train the employee in the proper and safe operation of the Truck and Sweeper. 2. Require that the employee read and fully understand the Truck and Sweeper Operators manual. 3. Permit only qualified and properly trained employees to operate the Truck and Sweeper. 4. Maintain the Truck and Sweeper in a safe operational condition and maintain all shields and guards on the equipment. 5. Ensure the Truck is equipped with a functional seat belt and require that the employee operator securely fasten the safety belt at all times. 6. Forbid the employee operator to carry additional riders on the Truck or Sweeper. 7. Provide the required tools to maintain the Truck and Sweeper in a good safe working condition and provide the necessary support devices to secure the equipment safely while performing repairs and service. 8. Require that the employee operator stop sweeping if bystanders or passersby come within 25 yards. Child Labor Under 16 Years of Age Some regulations specify that no one under the age of 16 may operate power machinery. It is your responsibility to know what these regulations are in your own area or situation. (Refer to U.S. Dept. of Labor, Employment Standard Administration, Wage & Home Division, Child Labor Bulletin #102.)

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Specifications.......................................................................................................................................................2.1 Standard Auxiliary-Engine Specifications, Isuzu 4JJ1..........................................................................2.1.1 Optional Auxiliary-Engine Specifications, John Deere 4045HF...........................................................2.1.2 Sweeper Specifications............................................................................................................................2.1.3 General System Description...............................................................................................................................2.2 Hydraulic System................................................................................................................................................2.3 Electrical System.................................................................................................................................................2.4 Dust Suppression System.....................................................................................................................................2.5 Console.................................................................................................................................................................2.6 Power Module Assembly......................................................................................................................................2.7 Auxiliary Engine.....................................................................................................................................2.7.1 Fan Drive Belt........................................................................................................................................2.7.2 Fan..........................................................................................................................................................2.7.3 Fan Housing...........................................................................................................................................2.7.4 Sweeping Head....................................................................................................................................................2.8 Standard Sweeping Head.......................................................................................................................2.8.1 Hopper..................................................................................................................................................................2.9 Available Options..............................................................................................................................................2.10 Gutter Broom.......................................................................................................................................2.10.1 Gutter Broom Power Tilt.....................................................................................................................2.10.2 Gutter Broom Extension Override (GEO)...........................................................................................2.10.3 Dual Steering........................................................................................................................................2.10.4 Camera System.....................................................................................................................................2.10.5 Hand Hose............................................................................................................................................2.10.6 Magnet.................................................................................................................................................2.10.7 High Volume Washdown.......................................................................................................................2.10.8 Front Spraybar......................................................................................................................................2.10.9 Hopper Deluge....................................................................................................................................2.10.10 Hopper Drain.....................................................................................................................................2.10.11 Sound Suppression Package................................................................................................................2.10.12 Load Weight Indicator.........................................................................................................................2.10.13

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Standard Auxiliary Engine Specifications, Isuzu 4JJ1


The Standard Auxiliary Engine is a 275-cubic inch Isuzu diesel, Model 4JJ1, 127 HP, 4 cylinder. Please refer to the manufacturers Engine Manual for maintenance schedules pertaining to your sweepers engine.
General Specifications: Make.......................................................................................Isuzu Model.......................................................................................4JJ1 Type.....................................................................................In-Line Number of Cylinders.....................................................................4 Bore and Stroke-in. (mm)...............3.74 x 4.13 (95mm x 105mm) Aspiration.................................................................Turbocharged Displacement-L (cu. in.)...................................................3.0 (275) Horsepower..................................................127 HP @ 2500 RPM Torque.......................................................301 ft-lb. @ 2000 RPM Compression Ratio................................................................17.5:1 Length-in. (mm).............................................................33.7 (856) Width-in. (mm)..............................................................29.4 (747) Height-in. (mm)...........................................................45.2 (1148) Weight (dry)-lb. (kg).................................................705 (321 kg) Warranty.........................................................5 year / 5000 Hours Includes single replaceable, center bolt type paper element oil filter, with built-in oil cooler, mechanical governor, 2-stage dry type air cleaner, automatic low oil pressure and high temperature shutdown system and heavy duty radiator.

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Optional Auxiliary Engine Specifications, John Deere 4045HF


The Optional Auxiliary Engine is a 239-cubic inch John Deere diesel, Model 4045HF, 115 HP, 4 cylinder. Please refer to the manufacturers Engine Manual for maintenance schedules pertaining to your sweepers engine.
General Specifications: Make..................................................................John Deere Diesel Model.................................................................................4045HF Type.....................................................................................In-Line Number of Cylinders.....................................................................4 Bore and Stroke-in. (mm).............4.19 x 5.00 (106mm x 127mm) Aspiration.................................................................Turbocharged Displacement-L (cu. in.)...................................................4.5 (276) Horsepower..................................................115 HP @ 2500 RPM Torque.......................................................291 ft-lb. @ 1400 RPM Compression Ratio................................................................17.0:1 Length-in. (mm).............................................................33.9 (861) Width-in. (mm)..............................................................23.5 (598) Height-in. (mm).............................................................38.6 (980) Weight (dry)-lb. (kg).................................................872 (396 kg) Warranty.........................................................2 year / 2000 Hours Includes oil filter, mechanical governor, 2-stage dry type air cleaner with Sy-Klone pre-cleaner, automatic low oil pressure and high temperature shutdown system and heavy duty radiator.

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Sweeper Specifications
General Specifications: Sweeping Width (2 Gutter Brooms)....................134 (3,505 mm) Sweeping Width (1 Gutter Broom).....................107 (2,896 mm) Sweeping Width (Pickup Head Only)...................80 (2,286 mm) Travel Width....................................................................96 inches Height.............................................................................114 inches Hopper Lifting Capacity..................................................10,000 lb. Minimum GVWR............................................................26,000 lb. Wheelbase........................................................Chassis-Dependent Chassis: A selected truck chassis is provided to give adequate ratings of all components compatible with hopper capacity. Option of cab over or conventional type. Turning radius and wheelbase dependent on chassis and hopper size. Consult factory for detailed requirements. Hopper: Volumetric Capacity.....................................7.8 cu. yds. (5.96 m3) Dump Angle...............................................................................46 Floor Angle..................................................................................3 Dust Separator........................................Self-Cleaning Centrifugal Lifting....................................................Twin Hydraulic Cylinders Hopper Dump Door.....................Open/Close/Lock Hydraulically Inspection Doors.........................One on Each Side of the Hopper Material........................................Stainless Steel with 3/16 Floor Safety Prop..........................Dual Steel Bars Located Under Body Blower System: Drive...........................Direct via a 5-Groove, Banded Power Belt Construction............................................Abrasion Resistant Steel Housing Liner...........................................Bolt-In Corded Rubber Mounting......................................Double Sealed Bearing Spindle Vacuum Enhancer................................For Heavy / Light Material Sweeping Head: Type............................Dual Chambered, Full-Width Blast Orifice Operating Direction......................................Forward and Reverse Suspension.........................................Adjustable Spring-Balanced Length...................................................................80 (2,286 mm) Pressure Hose Diameter........................................14 (355.6 mm) Suction Hose Diameter.........................................14 (355.6 mm) Hose Construction...................................................3/8 (9.5 mm) Wire-Reinforced Molded Rubber Sweeping Head Area............................2,000 sq. in. (12,903 cm2) Controls................................................Hydraulic Open and Close Skids.............................................Double Wide Tungsten Carbide Construction............................................Abrasion-Resistant Steel Inlet and Outlet Transitions Electrical System: Voltage................................................................................24 Volt Auxiliary-Engine Alternator........................................45 Amperes Protection..........................................Re-Settable Circuit Breakers Water System: Tank Capacity...........................................250 Gallons (946 liters) Construction..............................................................Polyethylene Pump........................................5 Stage Diaphragm Electric Pump Controls...............................................................................In-Cab Filter..................................................200 Mesh Screen, Cleanable Fill Diameter........................................................2.5 (63.5 mm) Fill Hose.......................25 ft. w/ 2.5-inch NST Hydrant Coupling Mounting......................................................................Removable Low-Water Warning...............................................Indicator Light Gutter Broom(s): Type................................................5-Segment Plastic Disposable Location....................Right and Left, Forward of Sweeping Head Diameter...................................................................39 (991 mm) Drive...........................Hydraulic Torque Motor with Relief Valve Controls...............................................................................In-Cab Broom Material.............................................Vertical Steel Digger Mounting.......................................................Trailing Arm Design Suspension.................................................Torque-Sensing Spring Wear Adjustment...........................................................Automatic Speed.......................................................Variable, Non-Reversing Impact Protection.................................................................Spring Tilt Angle Adjustment.....................Manual or Remote (Optional) Hydraulic System: Pump Capacity..........................................6.9 gpm (26.1 L / min.) Drive............................................................................Direct Gear Maximum Pressure........................................2,500 PSI (172 bar.) Reservoir.....................................................................22.5 gallons Filter................................................................10-Micron Spin-On Controls..............................................................Electro Hydraulic Valve Banks.........................................Electrical Cartridge Valves Protection.....................................................Pressure Relief Valve Auxiliary Hydraulic System: Type.....................................Gear Type, Driven by Electric Motor Function...................Raise / Lower Hopper, Open / Close Hopper Door, Raise Brooms and Sweeping Head. Paint: One coat of sealer primer and 2 coats of DuPont Imron 5000 polyurethane in standard white color. Optional Equipment: Dual steering, cab-mounted barlight beacon, arrow board, washdown system, special lighting, ether cold starting aid, engine block heater, load weight indicator, automatic lube system, and others. Consult the factory for a listing of all currently available options.

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General System Description


The Schwarze GS6 air sweeper is designed to be mounted on a standard production truck chassis, providing the operator with unmatched convenience and comfort. This air sweeper uses a closed loop to accomplish debris pickup from the sweeping head. A portion of the systems air may be vented-off to increase the sweepers vacuum power. The remaining air is recirculated, producing the blast force under the sweeping head. The sweeper unit is powered by an auxiliary engine mounted on the sweeper frame to the rear of the truck cab. It is fueled from a fuel tank located on the power module. To provide power to the sweeper, the engine propels a fan by use of a drive belt connected to a bearing-mounted drive shaft. The balanced, abrasion-resistant fan draws air from inside the hopper and forces it out of the fan housing. To protect the fan housing from excessive wear, all Schwarze sweepers are equipped with a replaceable rubber liner. The fan draws air from the hopper and forces it down the pressure hose, then through an opening in the top of the sweeper head, and into the upper/rear pressure chamber. This air is then funneled across the front of the chamber, and out a slot, called the blast orifice. As the air is pushed through the blast orifice, it is transformed into a high velocity stream that blasts forward and downward onto the sweeping surface in the sweeping heads lower/front chamber. The sheer force of this air loosens debris, then picks it up and pushes it across the lower/front chamber of the sweeping head in a spiraling motion and moves it towards the suction inlet on the vacuum side of the sweeping head. A series of flexible rubber flaps, called curtains, are on the front and back of the sweeping head. These curtains, along with the metal skid plates on each end, contain the high velocity air within the sweeping head. The vacuum inside the hopper, caused by the fans draw of air, pulls the debris up through the suction hose and into the hopper. version 1 09/10 2010 SCHWARZE INDUSTRIES, INC.

SCHWARZE GS6 SERIES OWNERS MANUAL Once inside the hopper, a number of strategically placed water nozzles may be used to decrease the amount of airborne dust. As the dust comes in contact with the water spray, it becomes heavy. The dust and debris-laden air slows down when entering the large volume of the hopper, so heavier objects fall to the hopper bottom. The air is then drawn through a screen in the top of the hopper that removes any remaining lighter objects. Only fine particles of dust remain to be pulled through the screen and into the dust separator in the front of the hopper. As air is pulled from the dust separator by the fan, it develops a spiraling action and centrifugal force throws the remaining fine dust against the walls of the separator, returning it through slots to the hopper bottom. The fan then draws the cleaned air from the dust separator back into the fan housing and the cycle begins again. For your convenience and safety, the Schwarze GS6 sweeper is controlled via a console located in the cab of the truck. This console allows for remote operation of the hydraulic, dust suppression, and lighting systems, as well as the sweepers auxiliary engine. This outside panel safely positions the operator away from the rear of the sweeper, and allows adequate viewing of the dump area. Your new Schwarze GS6 sweeper may also be factory equipped with a number of options. In addition, some options may be added to the sweeper after leaving the factory. For more details about the many available options, contact a Schwarze Industries sales representative at 1-800-879-7933.

2.3

Hydraulic System
The hydraulic system is comprised of electrical control switches, hydraulic pumps, control valves, hoses, motors and hydraulic cylinders. Energy is transmitted from the sweepers auxiliary engine to the hydraulic pump unit by means of a direct-drive gear. The pump unit circulates pressurized fluid through hoses and control valves throughout the system. The hydraulic system is controlled by electrical switches mounted on the control panel in the trucks cab. These switches control the hydraulic control valves mounted on a manifold, which route the flow of high pressure hydraulic fluid. The hydraulic manifold is internally configured with the directional valves positioned in series. The directional valves control hydraulic functions for the hopper, sweeping head, right gutter broom and left gutter broom. An auxiliary hydraulic unit, consisting of a separate hydraulic pump and control switches, enables the sweepers hydraulic devices to function when the power module engine is not operating. The unit is mounted to the sweeper frame just behind the power module and connected to the sweepers hydraulic system. This auxiliary system is intended to be used for maintenance applications and in emergency conditions. The auxiliary hydraulic pump is needed if the power module engine runs out of fuel or when an emergency shutdown situation occurs. Without it, the sweeper head, brooms and any other device which normally function when the power module engine is running would not operate. The auxiliary unit can be used to power the broom out or in, raise the sweeper head, raise the hopper or open the hopper door for maintenance or cleaning. Under normal sweeper operating conditions, the main hydraulic unit mounted on the power module should be used to operate these hydraulic devices.

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Electrical System
The Schwarze GS6 employs a standard 24 volt electrical system. The system is protected by an 80 ampere, self-resetting circuit breakers (attached to the battery box) and resettable circuit breakers (in the console box).

2.4.1

Lights, Flashers, Alarm


To increase operational safety, the sweeper may be equipped with a number of optional electric lights and flashers. Spotlights are available for the broom and hopper to enable the driver/operator to see well when operating at night. A flashing warning barlight, strobe or beacon may be positioned on the top of the cab. These are used to alert motorists and pedestrians of the presence of the relatively slow moving sweeping machine. An additional rear stop light is positioned in the center of the hopper back panel for added safety. All lights are controlled by toggle switches mounted on the console inside the truck cab. Always keep all lights operating properly.

In addition to other safety features, a backup warning alarm is standard. The high-pitched backup alarm warns bystanders that the sweeper is moving in reverse.

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Dust Suppression System


Air sweepers depend on a stream of high pressure air to blow dirt and other objects across the width of the sweeper head. This produces dust, which is removed from the sweeper head by the vacuum suction hose. To avoid unnecessary wear to the blower fan, ducts, head and hopper, it is necessary to control the amount of dust forced through the sweeper. This is accomplished by introducing water spray at various locations on both the inside and the outside of the sweeper. The standard Schwarze GS6 dust suppression system uses two durable rust-free polyethylene water tanks with a combined capacity of 250 gallons. Water exits the bottom of the standard water tank and passes through a Y strainer, located beneath the water tray on the right side of the sweeper. The Y strainer purifies the water by the removal of debris particles. The removal of these particles from the water system reduces the chance of dust suppression system failure due to clogged water nozzles. After passing through the Y strainer, the water is pulled into the water pump. The water pump is a 5 stage diaphragm electric pump. The water pump is capable of 5.5 gpm @ 80 PSI. The system should be set at 70 PSI. As water is pushed from the pump toward the water manifold, it must pass a relief valve. This relief valve keeps the system psi at a constant rate. Once the water has reached the water manifold, the solenoid valves, attached to the manifold, may be electrically opened from the sweepers console to supply the desired dust suppression system function (i.e., sweeping head, hopper, spray bar etc.) with water. A hose connects one end of the water manifold to a spigot, affixed to the front of the fill hose rack. This spigot provides an attachment point for the optional high volume washdown hose as well as a drain for the manifold. If the water in the reservoir becomes too low, a sensor, located in the reservoirs wall, shuts down the water pumps electric motor, preventing the water pump from running when dry.

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Console
The central control panel is mounted in a console in the truck cab. For operator safety and convenience, all controls are within easy reach of the driver/operator, whether operating from the left or right side position. This console allows remote operation of all hydraulics, dust control water systems and lighting systems, as well as the power module engine for the sweeper. These controls are all electrically operated. All electrical elements in the system are protected by resettable circuit breakers. In addition, to the controls on the sweepers console, there is a digital engine control system to monitor many items such as tachometer, oil pressure gauge, water temperature gauge, hour meter, and voltmeter.

2.7

Power Module Assembly


The sweepers power module assembly consists of the welded frame, engine skid, diesel engine, fan and fan housing, hydraulic unit and water tank. The power module assembly provides power for the sweeper, and its modular design allows easy access to all major parts.

2.7.1

Auxiliary Engine
The sweeper engine, which is diesel-powered, is mounted on an adjustable frame tray called the engine skid, and is normally fueled by the trucks main fuel tank. Power produced by the engine is transmitted to the fan by a drive belt. For safety and convenience, all controls and gauges for the sweeper engine are located inside the cab on the central console. For detailed information on the sweepers engine, consult the engines Owners Manual which is attached separately.

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Fan Drive Belt


The fan is connected to the rear of the power module engine by a five-groove drive belt. This belt is looped around the drive pulley on the power module engine and the pulley on the fan shaft. For safety, it is protected by a metal belt guard.

2.7.3
Fan
The Schwarze-exclusive Whisper Wheel SM is a centrifugal, backward curving fan. This unique design results in reduced fan noise and requires less auxiliary engine horsepower to operate. The fan produces the air pressure and vacuum required for the sweeper to operate. It is a balanced, reinforced, abrasion-resistant fan on a bearing-mounted drive shaft. Construction is of heavy steel. The fan is propelled by the power module engine, and is located within the fan housing attached to the rear of the power module.

WARNING

Air enters the fan housing inlet with great force. Caution should be used when the power module is running and the hopper is up. To avoid being pulled into the fan, do not wear loose clothes or position yourself near the fan housing inlet.

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Fan Housing
The fan housing is mounted to the rear of the power module. Because of the sand blast effect of the airborne material traveling through the dust separation chamber and into the fan housing, the inside of the fan housing is protected by a bolt-on replaceable rubber liner. A sweeping condition bleeder, located in the fan housings snout, can be used to restrict the flow of air entering the sweeping head. The bleeder is a damper door operated by an electric actuator. A switch on the control panel console mounted in the truck cab operates the actuator. During normal operating conditions, the bleeder door is closed and air from the fan is forced into the sweeper head. In sweeping conditions where there are concentrations of leaves or other light debris, the force of the blast orifice air pushing against the rear side of the main curtain prevents light debris from entering the head. By opening the bleeder door, air from the fan is diverted away from the sweeping heads pressure chamber and exhausted out of the sweeper. The air flow pressure is decreased in the pressure chamber and blast orifice, which relieves pressure against the rear side of the main curtain. This allows light debris to push under the main curtain and into the sweeper head.

2.8

Sweeping Head
The sweeping head is the actual sweeping component of the air sweeper. It is attached to the underside of the frame by drag arms, tension springs, and two hydraulic cylinders that are mounted on each side of the sweeper head. The hydraulic cylinders and tension springs control the vertical movement of the head. A switch mounted on the control console in the truck cab operates the cylinders. The sweeping head is connected to the fan housing and hopper by two hoses, one on the pressure side and one on the vacuum side. On the pressure side, the hose runs from the fan housing to the pressure inlet tube on the head. One end of the vacuum hose is connected to the suction inlet tube on the head, and the other end attaches to a frame transition tube that the hopper intake tube seats against. Both hoses are held in place by a metal band at the top and bottom of each hose.

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2.8.1

Standard Sweeping Head


The standard sweeping head is designed so the air pressure from the fan will produce the maximum cleaning performance. High velocity air from the fan enters the head through a pressure inlet tube, and is channeled into the pressure chamber located in its upper, rear section. A slot, which is angled across the full width of the head at the bottom of the chamber, is called the blast orifice. The air stream is forced forward and downward, out of the blast orifice and onto the sweeping surface below. This blast of air loosens debris and pushes it in a spiraling motion toward the suction inlet on the right hand side of the head. An optional, adjustable blast orifice is available. This sweeping head option uses jackscrews to manipulate a moveable blast orifice rear lip, allowing the airstream velocity to be set to individual operator preference. Skid plates at each end, and a series of flexible rubber flaps in both front and rear, contain the powerful air stream beneath the sweeper head. As the debris-laden air nears the suction inlet, vacuum from the fan draws the debris up and out the suction tube.

2.9

Hopper
The sweepers hopper is designed to contain the materials collected during the sweeping operation. It is constructed of heavy gauge steel and shaped to distribute the load evenly and centrally over the rear axle. A welded frame mounted on the truck chassis supports the hopper, as well as the hydraulic cylinders which enable it to dump directly behind the rear wheels. Access doors on both sides of the hopper allow objects too large to be picked up by the sweeper head to be placed directly into the hopper. These side access doors also provide a clean, convenient means of washing out the hopper.

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Available Options
The following sections detail options that may be installed on your particular sweeper. Gutter Brooms Gutter Broom Extension Override (GEO) Dual Steering Front Spray Bar Camera System Hopper Deluge Hand Hose Hopper Drain Magnet Sound Suppression Package High Volume Washdown Load Weight Indicator Power Tilt Availability of options may change without notice. Please consult your Schwarze dealer for a list of currently available options.

2.10.1

Gutter Brooms
The Schwarze GS6 may be equipped with one or two rotating hydraulic brooms to complement the air sweeper system. They are designed to dig debris loose from the gutter, or similar areas, and direct it across into the path of the sweeping head. Brooms may be mounted on both the left and right sides of the sweeper under the chassis, to the rear of the cab. They are suspended from the frame on hydraulically controlled arms, and are operated from the control console within the truck cab. The hydraulic motors which turn the broom heads are mounted inside a disc on the end of each arm. When not in use, the brooms are hydraulically held and locked in position under the sweeper and off the pavement. This unique design enables the sweeper to have a minimum width and yet provide the maximum ground clearance possible when the brooms are in the traveling position.

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2.10.2

Gutter Broom Power Tilt


The Schwarze GS6s gutter broom employs a small turnbuckle within the broom arm to determine the gutter broom discs side-to-side tilt. Tilt, a key element in setting the gutter broom pattern, is crucial in determining where debris swept by the gutter brooms will be thrown. The power tilt option replaces the standard gutter broom arm tilt turnbuckle with an hydraulic cylinder. By toggling an in-cab console control panel switch, the hydraulic cylinder may be extended or retracted to change the attitude of the gutter broom disc. This option is especially useful in areas where gutter depth varies significantly. The power tilt allows the operator to adjust the gutter broom disc tilt on the run, rather than having to stop, exit the cab and manually adjust the tilt. NOTE: The gutter brooms must be on the ground running in order to actuate the gutter broom tilt.

2.10.3

Gutter Broom Extension Override (GEO)


The gutter broom extension override system allows the operator to switch from normal gutter extension (for wide sweeping or curb line work) to an inboard operation of one or both gutter brooms. All controls are located in the cab. In this mode, the gutter brooms are pulled inward by actuators from their standard sweeping position to operate on the surface immediately in front of the sweeping head. The result is an advantageous digging agitation of any stuck-down material prior to the sweeping head passing over.

2.10.4

Dual Steering
The dual steering components in the truck are designed to allow the driver/operator to drive the sweeper from either the right or left side. The major components, which are duplicated on both sides are the steering wheels and columns (with self-cancelling turn signal levers), the brake pedals and the accelerators.

2.10.5

Camera System
The optional camera system may be used to increase an operators field of vision. A camera is mounted below the right water reservoir just behind the gutter broom. The camera is mounted to point forward and down. This angle allows observation of the gutter brooms operation as well as provides a view of approaching curb line obstacles. A second camera, mounted at the rear of the hopper, views what is directly to the rear of the sweeper. When the sweeper is shifted into reverse, the picture on the dash-mounted monitor automatically switches to the rear view. Both cameras provide a wide field of vision.

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Hand Hose
A hand hose designed to clean areas inaccessible to the sweeper head, such as shallow catch basins, highway medians, railings, etc., may be attached to the rear of the sweeper. It operates from fan-produced vacuum within the hopper. The hand hose is a piece of flexible tubing that is 12-1/2 feet long and 8 inches in diameter. One end is mounted to a transition plate, which pivots across a hole in the rear of the hopper. The free end is fitted with a 52-inch aluminum nozzle. A hinged boom suspends the weight of the hose, providing the operator with greater control. A suction inlet block-off plate, stored on the side of the power module, is used to increase suction when a very heavy concentration of debris must be removed.

2.10.7
Magnet
A magnet may be mounted to the front of the sweeper to remove objects that may damage truck tires and cause down time for the sweeper. Two types of magnets are available: A bar magnet, which is raised and lowered using an electric actuator. Objects picked up by this type of magnet must be removed manually. An encased magnet, which uses actuators to raise and lower as well as dump objects from the bottom of the magnet.

2.10.8

High Volume Washdown


An optional, high volume washdown hose and spray nozzle are available. The hose taps into the sweepers water system via the water spigot located on the front of the fill hose rack. The spray nozzle may be set from a wide spray to a narrow, high pressure stream. The washdown allows the operator to clean the sweeper while in the field regardless of water source availability.

2.10.9

Front Spray Bar


A front spray bar is available and may be added to the sweepers dust suppression system to increase dramatically the amount of water that may be applied to the sweeping surface. The spray bar, mounted to the front bumper, employs 7 spray nozzles whose overlapping patterns are used to thoroughly and evenly dampen the area in front of the sweeper to reduce airborne dust. The spray bar is operated by a switch located on the incab console.

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2.10.10

Hopper Deluge
A tube protruding from the outer skin of the rear dump door is connected to two large water nozzles positioned inside the hopper. A 2-1/2 fire hose, supplied with the hopper deluge system, may be attached to both the tube and a fire hydrant. When the hydrant is opened, the inside of the hopper is washed with a massive amount of pressurized water. This deluge blasts free most dirt and stubborn grime adhering to the inside of the hopper and hopper screen, simplifying and shortening the sweepers cleanup.

2.10.11

Hopper Drain
Although certain instances may require that liquid picked up by the sweeper be removed to a specified dump site. Often, it would be preferable to return any unwanted liquid, such as rain water, to the sweeping surface to reduce load weight/mass and permit longer dumping intervals. An optional drain located in the rear door offers the capability of draining liquid from the hopper while the sweeper is operating. This allows the sweeper to be operated in a business-as-usual fashion even during wet weather.

2.10.12

Sound Suppression Package


A sound package, which uses sound deadening material applied to the inside of the hopper shroud surrounding the auxiliary engine compartment, is used to lower the sweepers noise level rating. This option is of special consideration in cases where the sweeper is being used in residential areas.

2.10.13

Load Weight Indicator


An optional load weight indicator is also available. The indicator activates a light on the console that will alert the operator that the sweeper is nearing maximum hopper weight capacity and needs to be emptied.

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table of contents section 3 Sweeper Operation


Before You Start the Sweeper..............................................................................................................................3.1 Start-Up Checklist for Daily Maintenance..............................................................................................3.1.1 Start-Up Operations Testing...................................................................................................................3.1.2 Start-Up Procedure and Operation...................................................................................................................3.2 Console Controls....................................................................................................................................3.2.1 Auxiliary Engine Start-Up.....................................................................................................................3.2.2 Dual Steering Operation.........................................................................................................................3.2.3 Sweeping Head Operation.....................................................................................................................3.2.4 Light/Heavy Operation............................................................................................................................3.2.5 Gutter Broom Operation........................................................................................................................3.2.6 Hopper Operation...................................................................................................................................3.2.7 Magnet Operation...................................................................................................................................3.2.8 Hand Hose Operation.............................................................................................................................3.2.9 Lights and Flashers Operation.............................................................................................................3.2.10 Dust Suppression System Operation....................................................................................................3.2.11 Sweeping..............................................................................................................................................................3.3 Dumping..............................................................................................................................................................3.4 End of Shift Cleanup/Maintenance...................................................................................................................3.5

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3.1

Before You Start the Sweeper


Before operating the Schwarze GS6, ensure the units equipment is working properly and that you are prepared for sweeping operations by (1) completing the Start-Up Checklist and (2) testing sweeper operations.

3.1.1

Start-Up Checklist for Daily Maintenance


The checklist names specific items and areas deserving special attention when you inspect the sweeper. It is not a complete list, however, so you should always complete a pre-trip inspection as required by U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) regulations. Checklist items for the truck include: Checklist items for the truck include: Inspect the rims and wheel nuts Check the tires for wear, damage, and pressure Inspect and check the braking system Inspect and check the steering system Inspect the suspension system Inspect the exhaust system Check the fuel level Check the chassis engine oil and radiator fluid levels Inspect the engine air cleaners Check the transmission fluid level Check the battery Inspect all engine drive belts for wear Check the windshield washer fluid level Check operation of all lights & beacons Adjust the mirrors Verify that all emergency equipment is present Checklist items for the sweeper include: Visually inspect for general condition Check the auxiliary engines oil level Check the auxiliary engines radiator fluid level Check the hydraulic tank fluid level and fill as needed Inspect the hydraulic system for leaks and faulty lines Check the water reservoirs water level and fill as needed Clean the Y strainer Check the sweeping heads flaps for wear Check the gutter broom pattern Review daily maintenance records Be sure all lubrication schedules are current Check the operation of the dust suppression system

Included with this manual is a Maintenance Schedule Photocopy Originals Pack. We suggest that you remove the master copy from this binder and store it in a file to keep it accessible and clean. Photocopies can then be made to use for regular inspections, and the completed forms can be compiled in a notebook to give you a comprehensive inspection record of your sweeper.

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Start-Up Operations Testing


After you perform a thorough inspection of the sweeper, always test the following components and adjust as needed: Sweeping Head Gutter Brooms Magnet (if equipped) By locating any problems before traveling to the job site, youll save unnecessary travel time and will be able to make repairs more easily with the proper tools close by.

3.2

Start-Up Procedure and Operation


Material in this section provides operating procedures for the following systems and devices: Console Controls Auxiliary Engine Dual Steering Operation Standard Sweeping Head Bleeder Door Operation Gutter Broom Operation Magnet Operation Dust Suppression System Operation Warning Lights and Safety Flashers Hopper Operation Hand Hose Operation

3.2.1

Console Controls
Sweeping operations are controlled from the cab console control panel. Switches toggle differently depending upon the sweeper devices they control. Most sweeper devices requiring simple activation and deactivation are operated with 2-position ON and OFF switches. These devices perform the following functions: Safety features (warning lights and safety flashers) Dust Suppression Other devices require a 3-position switch. These switches are used for components which employ extension and retraction or direction reversal. In many instances, one or both of the activation positions are momentary ON, meaning the switch will stay in that position only as long as it is manually held there. When released, the switch will automatically return to the center OFF position. On the following page is a table which lists the sweeper functions and their switch positions.

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3.2.2

Auxiliary Engine Start-Up


STARTING THE ENGINE

WARNING

Before starting the engine in a confined area, verify that proper outlet exhaust ventilation equipment is installed. Always use safety approved fuel storage and piping.

1. 2.

Perform all pre-starting checks in the Start-Up Checklist. Turn the key switch clockwise to crank the engine.

3.

CAUTION

A buzzer will sound until the auxiliary engine reaches operational oil pressure.

When the engine starts, release the key so that it returns to the ON position. The sweeper is equipped with a shutdown system that requires a 10 second delay before attempting to restart the auxiliary engine. To prevent possible damage to the starter and/or flywheel: If you release the key switch BEFORE the engine starts, you MUST wait until the starter and engine come to a complete stop before attempting to restart the auxiliary engine.

CAUTION 4.

Activate the electric throttle. Check all gauges for normal engine operation. If operation is not normal, stop the engine and try to determine the cause of the problem.

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CAUTION 1. 2.

To assure proper lubrication, warm the engine by operating it at 1200 RPM with NO LOAD for 1 to 2 minutes. When operating at temperatures below freezing, extend this period to 2 to 4 minutes.

Check the oil-pressure gauge as soon as the engine starts. If the gauge needle does NOT rise above the minimum oil-pressure specification of 103 kPa (1.03 bar; 15 PSI) within 5 seconds, stop the engine and try to determine the cause of the insufficient oil pressure. Normal engine oil pressure is 380 103 kPa (3.80 bar 1.03 bar; 55 15 PSI) at rated full-load speed (1800-2500 RPM) with oil at the normal operating temperature of 105 C (220F). Watch the coolant temperature gauge. Do NOT place the engine under full load until it is properly warmed up. The normal engine coolant temperature range is 82-94C (180-202F).

We advise operating the engine under a lighter load and at lower speeds than normal for the first few minutes after start-up.

IDLING THE ENGINE Avoid unnecessary engine idling and NEVER allow the engine to idle longer than 5 minutes. Prolonged idling could cause the engine coolant to fall below its normal range, in turn causing the following conditions: Crankcase oil dilution due to incomplete fuel combustion Formation of gummy deposits on valves, pistons and piston rings Rapid accumulation of engine sludge and unburned fuel in the exhaust system

Slow idle for this engine is set at 850 RPM at the factory. If you must leave the engine running more than 3 or 4 minutes, make sure the engine speed is at 1200 RPM.

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Dual Steering Operation


If the sweeper is to be operated from the right hand side, realign the sweepers mirrors for visibility from the right hand side steering position.

WARNING

In all sweepers containing the dual steering option, a switch must be toggled to designate the steering position that is to be empowered. Depending upon the truck model, this switch may be located in either the trucks dash or sweeper console.

WARNING

For travel, the sweeper must be driven from the left side only.

3.2.4

Sweeping Head Operation


The standard sweeping head is controlled by a control panel switch on the cab console. The switch is identified by the legend symbol shown below.

1. 2.

The auxiliary engine must be running, or the ignition switch turned on and the auxiliary pump switch held in the On position, before operating the sweeping head switch.

Push the switch so that the sweeping head lowers. Continue to hold the switch until the sweeping head rests fully on the sweeping surface. When the switch is released, it will return to the center, neutral position. To raise the sweeping head, push the switch in the opposite direction, continuing to hold the switch while the sweeping head raises. When the sweeping head bottoms against the upstops, release the switch. Again, it will return to the center, neutral position.

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RAISE LOWER

The sweeping head is equipped with a front flap that is opened and closed hydraulically. To open the front flap, hold the front flap open switch. The in-cab indicator will show you the position of the flap. The flap may be raised to prevent leaves or light debris from being pushed in front of the head by the flap when it is down. Once the desired position is attained, release the switch. Closing the front flap is accomplished by using the same procedure and actuating the opposite side of the switch.

3.2.5

Light/Heavy Operation
The bleeder door is controlled by a control panel switch on the cab console. The switch is identified by the legend symbol shown below.

The control panel switch controls an actuator that opens and closes a damper door located in the exhaust of the fan housing, which may be used to direct all of the airflow down the pressure hose and into the head, or to divert a portion of the airflow to an exhaust located directly beneath the fan housing.. Only in instances of light debris or leaves is the bleeder door opened. For normal sweeping of curb and gutter streets, the damper door should be in the heavy or just slightly open position. This directs all or most of the airflow to the sweeping head, producing maximum blast in the sweeping heads blast orifice. When sweeping leaves or other light material, the damper door should be in the light position, allowing some of the airflow to be exhausted. This decreases the volume of airflow through the blast orifice, reducing the air pressure exerted against the rear of the front curtain and permits debris to pass beneath the front curtain more easily. It is possible to sweep both light and heavy material in one pass. This is accomplished by opening and closing the damper as you sweep. By practicing this method, you will become proficient with the various types of material.

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3.2.6

Gutter Broom Operation


The gutter brooms are activated by a control panel switch (or switches) located on the cab console . Each switch is identified by the corresponding legend symbol shown below.

Gutter Broom EXtension Use the following procedure to operate the gutter broom under normal conditions in which street gutters are accessible. The gutter brooms are designed to be full-floating. If you encounter an obstruction on the surface, the broom automatically lifts to go over it. As broom bristles wear away, the broom lowers to maintain contact with the surface. 1. 2. Start the auxiliary engine by following the procedures outlined in Section 2.2.2, AUXILIARY ENGINE START-UP. Push the gutter broom switch(es) down to the RUN position. The gutter broom is lowered to the ground, begins to run, and extends to its normal operating position for sweeping.

OPTIONAL GUTTER BROOM EXTENSION OVERRIDE (GEO) The next part of the procedure concerns use of an optional feature that allows you to adjust a gutter broom from its normal operating position inward, toward the centerline of the truck, so it can scrub the area the main broom will sweep. This feature is helpful if you encounter stubborn debris stuck to the surface in the path of the main broom.The gutter broom GEOs are controlled by a control panel switch located on the cab console. The switch is identified by the legend symbol shown below.

3. 4.

Toggle the gutter broom GEO switch up for retracting the gutter broom. The gutter broom will retract inward, toward the centerline of the truck, where it can pre-scrub material stuck to the surface in the path of the sweeping head. To return a gutter broom to its normal operating position, toggle the gutter broom GEO switch down. This will extend the broom. The gutter broom extends outward to its normal operating position for sweeping.

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SCHWARZE GS6 SERIES SWEEPER OPERATION OPTIONAL GUTTER BROOM TILT CYLINDER The next part of the procedure concerns an optional feature the gutter broom tilt cylinder. Control panel switches on the cab console activate cylinders on a gutter broom arm. If this sweeper has this feature, the operator is able to control the angle of broom-disc tilt via these switches. If your sweeper does not include this feature, proceed to GUTTER BROOM RETRACTION. The gutter broom remote tilt is controlled by a control panel switch located on the cab console. The switch is identified by the legend symbol shown below. Note: The gutter broom must be down and running to activate the tilt function.

5. 6.

Toggle the gutter broom tilt switch to the UP position, and hold the switch in that position until the broom is tilted to the desired angle. Release the gutter broom tilt switch. When you release the switch it returns to the center, neutral, OFF position. Resume sweeping operations. After the curb is scrubbed, toggle the gutter broom tilt switch in the opposite direction and hold the switch in that position until the broom is correctly tilted for its normal sweeping pattern. Release the gutter broom tilt switch. When you release the switch it returns to the center neutral OFF position.

7. 8.

NOTE: The gutter brooms must be on the ground running to actuate gutter broom tilt. For optimum travel clearance, always return the broom tilt to normal tilt before retracting the broom.

GUTTER BROOM RETRACTION 9. 10. On the cab console control panel, toggle the gutter broom switch to OFF. The broom stops rotating but will remain extended to its normal operating position. On the cab console control panel, toggle the gutter broom switch to the UP position. Hold the switch in the UP position until the broom is fully retracted.

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3.2.7

Hopper Operation
Two sets of controls one located on the control panel inside the cab and one mounted to the front of the power module are provided for hopper operation. When dumping, always use the outside set of controls. By being out of the cab and to the side of the sweeper, the operator is provided a better view of the dumping operation. To ensure that this safer dumping procedure is followed, unless specially equipped, the outside hopper control set is the only one that contains the switch that allows the opening of the rear dump door. The in-cab hopper control consists of a single dump switch. This switch is for maintenance convenience and must only be used to raise or lower the hopper. IN-CAB HOPPER CONTROLS The hopper may be raised and lowered by a control panel switch located on the cab console. The switch is identified by the legend symbol shown below.

CAUTION

The auxiliary engine must be running, or the ignition switch turned on and the auxiliary pump switch held in the ON position, before operating the hopper dump switch. Due to the electrical load generated when using the auxiliary pump, it is best to run the auxiliary engine whenever possible.

CAUTION

This switch should only be used to raise or lower the hopper for maintenance purposes, never to dump the hopper.

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SCHWARZE GS6 SERIES SWEEPER OPERATION 1. Push the cab console control panel switch to the UP position. After a momentary pause the hopper will begin to raise. Continue to hold the switch in the UP position until the hopper has been raised. When the switch is released, it will return to the center neutral position.

If the safety prop has been lowered into place, it must be returned to its travel position before attempting to lower the hopper.

2.

To lower the hopper, push the cab console control panel switch in the DOWN position. Continue to hold the switch to the DOWN position until the hopper has firmly seated itself against the intake and fan seals.

OUTSIDE HOPPER CONTROLS (optional) The outside hopper controls are located on the front of the power module just behind the cab.

1. 2.

The auxiliary engine must be running, or the ignition switch turned on and the auxiliary pump switch held in the ON position, before operating the hopper dump switch. Due to the electrical load generated when using the auxiliary pump, it is best to run the auxiliary engine whenever possible.

Start the auxiliary engine following the procedures outlined in Section 2.2.2, AUXILIARY ENGINE START-UP. Locate the outside hopper control panel and note the three switches labeled DUMP, DOOR and LIGHTS.

The rear dump door must be opened first, and closed last, in the dump procedure.

3.

Toggle the LIGHTS switch to the ON position. Push the DOOR switch to the UP position. Continue to hold the switch in the UP position until the rear door is fully raised. When the switch is released, it will return to the center neutral position.

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CAUTION

To ensure safe dumping, always use the outside hopper dump controls.

5.

Push the DUMP switch to the UP position. Continue to hold the switch in the UP position until the hopper is fully raised. When the switch is released, it will return to the center neutral position.

WARNING

If you open the rear door or raise the hopper for more time than is normally required to dump, or you are going to get under the hopper for any reason, always secure the safety props into position.

The hoppers safety prop is accessible when the hopper is completely raised. It is located in the left fender well. It is designed to unhook from its retainer on the hopper frame and swing down into a stop on the frame. A handle is provided to aid the operator in positioning the prop into the stop.

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Magnet Operation
The magnet is controlled by a control panel switch located on the cab console. The switch is identified by the legend symbol shown below.

If the magnet is to be lowered or raised, the ignition switch must be turned to the ON position.

1. 2.

Push the cab console control switch to the DOWN position. Continue to hold the switch in the DOWN position, holding it in place for a few moments to be sure the magnet has fully lowered. The magnet will automatically stop when it reaches the proper distance from the ground. When the switch is released, it will return to the center, neutral, position. Begin sweeping. When the magnet is no longer required, push the cab console control switch to the UP position, holding it in place until the magnet is fully raised.

3.

If the unit is equipped with an encased magnet, material on the bottom of the magnet may be dumped by operating a control panel switch located on the cab console. The switch is identified by the legend symbol shown below.

This switch controls an actuator which lifts the inner magnet from the bottom of the outer case, releasing any objects which have been attracted there. If the unit is equipped with one of the bar type magnets, objects must be manually removed.

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3.2.9

Hand Hose Operation


The hand hose is a piece of flexible tubing with an aluminum nozzle, and is mounted on a spring or hydraulic cylinder boom hinged to the rear of the hopper. The hose operates via suction within the hopper. 1. Release the rubber straps that hold the hose and aluminum nozzle to the back door of the hopper.

If the boom is hydraulic, the auxiliary engine must be running to power the hydraulics.

2.

To release the hand hose boom from its catch, choose one:

If the boom contains a spring, pull down on the hose and swing the boom free. If the boom contains an hydraulic cylinder, use the toggle switch located in the hand hose handle to extend the cylinder. Lower the end of the boom, allowing it to swing free of its catch. 3. Locate the hopper transition cover plate in the upper right corner of the rear door. Pull down on the handle latches on either side of the hopper transition cover plate. Swing it open and to the far right. Now swing the hose suction transition plate to cover the hole in the hopper door. Secure the hose suction transition plate in place, using the handle latches

4. 5. 6.

WARNING

Never point the hand hose nozzle toward another person. Serious injury could result!

When a very heavy concentration of debris must be removed, installation of the block-off plate may be needed. The plate is used to block off the hoppers intake tube, resulting in an increase in hand hose suction. The plate is stored on the right side of the power module. 7. 8. Locate the block-off plate inside the toolbox at rear of truck. Remove the block-off plate from the toolbox.

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WARNING

Never insert the block-off plate while the engine is running at high RPMs. Keep hands away from dangerous pinch area.

9. 10.

Raise the hopper (see Section 2.4.2, HOPPER OUTSIDE CONTROLS) just enough to insert the block-off plate onto the top of the frames transition. Lower the hopper.

When using the hand hose in or around water, never hold the end of the nozzle completely under the waters surface. Doing so will draw water up into the nozzle until the water pressure is equal to the suction within the hopper. When this occurs, the blower fan cannot draw air through the fan inlet and all suction is lost. Position the nozzle to where both liquid and air are vacuumed

3.2.10

Lights and Flashers Operation


WARNING We recommend that you preset the beacon/strobe light switches to ON, so lights go on whenever the auxiliary engine is ON and lights go off whenever the auxiliary engine is turned OFF. This presetting action has the additional benefit of alerting you if the auxiliary engine is inadvertently left ON. Always turn on all safety lights and flashers when you operate the sweeper.

1. 2. 3. 4.

Locate the labeled warning light and/or flasher switch(es) on the cab console control panel. Toggle the switch(es) to ON. Complete the sweeping operation. On the cab console control panel, toggle the warning light and/or flasher switch(es) to OFF.

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3.2.11

Dust Suppression System Operation


For filling procedures of the dust suppression systems water reservoir(s), please refer to Section 3.13.1, WATER RESERVOIR REFILL. Electrical switches in the console operate the following nozzle locations for the dust-suppression system: Spray nozzles on the intake tube of the hopper Spray nozzles on the sweeping head A dual-body spray nozzle on each gutter broom An optional front spray bar An optional hopper spray bar Depending upon where dust suppression is needed during a sweeping operation, the operator can direct water to nozzles in any or all of these locations. To operate the dust suppression system: 1. 2. Start the auxiliary engine following the procedures outlined in Section 2.2.2, AUXILIARY ENGINE START-UP. Turn on the water-pump electric drive motor by toggling its cab console control panel switch to ON. The switch is identified by the legend symbol shown below.

3. 4. 5.

On the cab console control panel, locate the switch(es) for the nozzle(s) needed for spraying in this operation. Toggle the dust suppression switch(es) to ON. Begin the sweeping operation. When the sweeping operation is complete, toggle the dust suppression system switches to OFF. If certain nozzles are regularly used in sweeping operations, leave those nozzles ON when you turn off the water system (by toggling the water-pump switch to OFF).

7.

Toggle OFF the switch for the water-pump electric drive motor.

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Sweeping
WARNING Use the right side steering only for sweeping, and never for travel exceeding 15 MPH.

The following assumes that this sweeper is equipped with dual steering, and is being used for a standard application, i.e., pavement and street cleaning. When driving to or from a job site, the driver should operate the truck from the left side. It is both safer and easier to operate at highway speeds from the left side; right side operation should be reserved only for sweeping operations. 1. 2. Stop the truck in a safe area and set the parking brake. Take the truck transmission out of gear (putting it in neutral). From the cab console control panel, toggle the warning light and safety flasher switches to the ON position. Temporarily exit the cab to attach the slow moving vehicle emblem to the rear of the sweeper. Realign the sweepers mirrors for the right hand steering position. Switch driving positions, being sure to toggle the dual steering switch so that the right steering position is empowered. Begin sweeping operations.

3. 4. 5.

6. 7.

WARNING

Slow down for corners, parked cars, and when near protruding posts and other solid obstacles that could cause damage to the sweeper or truck.

Objects which are too large to be drawn up through the vacuum tube should be avoided or picked up by hand. Unless they are very large, these items can be deposited into the hopper through the side access door. Sweeping through standing water or over wet pavement will not damage the sweeper. An advantage of this sweeper is that it will rapidly sweep up large amounts of water. This adds even more versatility to the machine. Under conditions where there is a large amount of water on the pavement, the hopper will need to be emptied more frequently.

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Dumping
GETTING TO THE DUMP SITE

WARNING

Use the right side steering only for sweeping, never for travel exceeding 15 MPH.

If you are operating the sweeper from the right side and the dump site is NOT at the sweeping site, do the following: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Stop the truck in a safe area and set the parking brake. Take the truck transmission out of gear (putting it in neutral). From the cab console control panel, toggle the warning light and safety flasher switches to OFF. Temporarily exit the cab to remove the slow moving vehicle emblem. Realign the sweepers mirrors for the left hand steering position. Switch driving positions, being sure to toggle the dual steering switch so that the left steering position is empowered.

6.

DUMP OPERATION SEQUENCE

1. 2. 3.

CAUTION

Check the overhead clearances before lifting the hopper. Never move the sweeper with the hopper in the raised position.

Drive to a firm level surface at the dumping site. Set the parking brake. Take the truck transmission out of gear (putting it in neutral). If the auxiliary engine has been shut down for travel, restart the auxiliary engine following the procedures outlined in Section 2.2.2, AUXILIARY ENGINE START-UP. Adjust the auxiliary engine throttle to approximately 1200 RPM.

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The auxiliary engine must be running, or the ignition switch turned on and the auxiliary pump switch held in the ON position, before operating the hopper dump switch. Due to the electrical load generated when using the auxiliary pump, it is best to run the auxiliary engine whenever possible. To ensure safe dumping, always use the outside hopper dump controls.

Locate the outside hopper control panel and note the three switches labeled DUMP, DOOR and LIGHTS.

In the dumping procedure, the rear dump door must be opened first and closed last.

7.

Toggle the LIGHTS switch to the ON position. Push the DOOR switch to the UP position. Continue to hold the switch in the UP position until the rear door is fully raised. When the switch is released, it will return to the center neutral position. Push the DUMP switch to the UP position. Continue to hold the switch in the UP position until the hopper is

8. 9.

WARNING

If you open the rear door or raise the hopper for more time than is normally required to dump, or you are going to get under the hopper for any reason, always secure the safety props into position.

The hoppers safety prop is accessible when the hopper is completely raised. It is located in the left fender well. It is designed to unhook from its retainer on the hopper frame and swing down into a stop on the frame. A handle is provided to aid the operator in positioning the prop into the stop.

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SCHWARZE GS6 SERIES OWNERS MANUAL 10. 11. 12. Once the hopper has been emptied of debris, push the DUMP switch to the DOWN position. Continue to hold the switch in the DOWN position until the hopper is fully lowered and rests against the fan and intake seals. When the switch is released, it will return to the center, neutral, position. Push the DOOR switch to the DOWN position. Continue to hold the switch in the DOWN position until the rear door has completely closed. When the switch is released, it will return to the center neutral position. Toggle the LIGHTS switch to the OFF position.

3.5

End of Shift Cleanup/Maintenance


Your new sweeper has been quality engineered to provide years of dependable service. By following the procedures in this section, you will maximize the life of your sweeper by minimizing rust and part abrasion. End of shift cleanup is a major factor in keeping your unit in like-new condition. Generally, a high volume of water cleans best; using a fire hose with a high-velocity nozzle is the quickest and simplest cleaning method. Other slower cleaning methods include the optional high volume washdown nozzle or regular garden hose.

WARNING

Exercise caution when cleaning moving mechanisms. Before you begin this operation, verify that: The truck is out of gear The parking brake is engaged

NEVER work under a raised hopper without lowering the safety prop into position. Allow at least half an hour at the end of a days sweeping to properly clean the unit.

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SCHWARZE GS6 SERIES SWEEPER OPERATION 1. 2. While engines cool down at fast idle, on the outside hopper controls, toggle the following switches: Door: OPEN Hopper: UP The rear door opens and the hopper raises. On the cab console control panel, toggle the following switches: Left gutter broom: RUN Right gutter broom: RUN The brooms drop and extend to their normal operating position. After the brooms are lowered to the sweeping surface, toggle the following switches: Left gutter broom: OFF Right gutter broom: OFF Do NOT raise the brooms. Thoroughly hose down the brooms, center dirt deflector, sweeping head and hopper. While the hopper is raised, wash the inside of the sweeping heads suction hose. On the cab console control panel, toggle these switches in the following sequence: Left gutter broom: UP Right gutter broom: UP The gutter brooms retract to their travel positions. On the outside hopper controls, toggle the following switches: Door: CLOSE Hopper: DOWN The rear door closes and the hopper lowers. Turn the auxiliary engine OFF. Hose down the unit to completely rinse away all dirt and dust. When you rinse off the auxiliary engine, do NOT spray water directly into the pre-cleaner.

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4. 5. 6.

7.

8. 9.

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SCHWARZE GS6 SERIES OWNERS MANUAL 10. 11. 12. 13. Clean away debris that may have become wound around the gutter brooms. Lubricate all daily lubrication points (see Section 3.4, LUBRICATION SCHEDULES). Check the odometer and hour meter and perform any other needed lubrication. In freezing weather perform the following: Check both engines to make sure they contain enough environmentally safe antifreeze to safe guard against freezing before the next sweeping operation. Check both engines to make sure they contain enough environmentally safe antifreeze to safe guard against freezing before the next sweeping operation. Winterize the dust suppression system (see Section 3.13.7, DUST SUPPRESSION SYSTEM WINTERIZING). Inspect the sweeper for loose hardware, oil leaks, burned-out bulbs or fuses, tire wear and inflation, and so on. Adjust and repair, as needed.

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Report any maintenance problems to your supervisor.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS SECTION 4 SWEEPER OPERATION


About Maintenance.............................................................................................................................................4.1 Maintenance Logs..................................................................................................................................4.1.1 Maintenance Schedules...........................................................................................................................4.1.2 Cleaning...............................................................................................................................................................4.2 Sweeper Fluid Maintenance................................................................................................................................4.3 Lubrication Schedule..........................................................................................................................................4.4 Filters....................................................................................................................................................................4.5 Seals......................................................................................................................................................................4.6 Hopper..................................................................................................................................................................4.7 Auxiliary Engine.................................................................................................................................................4.8 Auxiliary Engine Automatic Shutdown System.....................................................................................4.8.1 Auxiliary Engine Stub Shaft Replacement.............................................................................................4.8.2 Drive Train Component Maintenance................................................................................................................4.9 Drive Belt Tension Adjustment...............................................................................................................4.9.1 Drive Belt Replacement..........................................................................................................................4.9.2 Fan Shaft Spindle Replacement..............................................................................................................4.9.3 Fan Housing.......................................................................................................................................................4.10 Fan Housing Check...............................................................................................................................4.10.1 Fan Replacement..................................................................................................................................4.10.2 Fan Housing Liner Replacement...........................................................................................................4.10.3 Sweeping Head...................................................................................................................................................4.11 Skid Plate Adjustment/Replacement.....................................................................................................4.11.1 Sweeping Head Tension Spring Adjustment.........................................................................................4.11.2 Sweeping Head Flap Check/Replacement............................................................................................4.11.3 Sweeping Head Hose Replacement.......................................................................................................4.11.4 Sweeping Head Hose Rotation..............................................................................................................4.11.5 Gutter Broom.....................................................................................................................................................4.12 Gutter Broom Pattern Check.................................................................................................................4.12.1 Gutter Broom Tilt Adjustment..............................................................................................................4.12.2 Gutter Broom Down Pressure Adjustment...........................................................................................4.12.3 Gutter Broom Extension Spring Adjustment........................................................................................4.12.4 Gutter Broom Cylinder Adjustment/Replacement................................................................................4.12.5 Gutter Broom Motor Replacement.......................................................................................................4.12.6 Gutter Broom Tilt Cylinder Replacement.............................................................................................4.12.7 Gutter Broom Bristles Replacement.....................................................................................................4.12.8 Hydraulic System Maintenance........................................................................................................................4.13 Hydraulic Tank Fill-Up.........................................................................................................................4.13.1 Draining the Hydraulic Tank................................................................................................................4.13.2 Hydraulic Fluid Change........................................................................................................................4.13.3 Hydraulic Suction Strainer....................................................................................................................4.13.4 Hydraulic Return Filter..........................................................................................................................4.13.5 Hydraulic System Pressure Check/Adjustment....................................................................................4.13.6 Directional Valve Override....................................................................................................................4.13.7 version 1 09/10 2010 SCHWARZE INDUSTRIES, INC.

SCHWARZE GS6 SERIES OWNERS MANUAL Dust Suppression System Maintenance...........................................................................................................4.14 Water Reservoir Refill...........................................................................................................................4.14.1 Water Manifold Solenoid Cleaning.......................................................................................................4.14.2 Y Strainer Cleaning/Replacement......................................................................................................4.14.3 Water Pump Maintenance.....................................................................................................................4.14.4 Water Pump Pressure Check.................................................................................................................4.14.5 Water Nozzle Cleaning/Replacement...................................................................................................4.14.6 Dust Suppression System Winterizing..................................................................................................4.14.7

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4.1

About Maintenance
In this part of the Schwarze GS6 manual we include checking, adjustment and/or replacement procedures for all major sweeper systems and devices. For some systems and devices,such as daily examination of the Y strainer, maintenance is regular and ongoing. For others, we include a beginning statement to tell you when adjustment or replacement is necessary. For example, when water flow is restricted at the right or left gutter broom, the dust suppression system nozzles should be cleaned or replaced. For many components, we also include a table of maintenance tasks and identify the section(s) of the manual to access for related procedures.

4.1.1

Maintenance Logs
To help you keep your Schwarze GS6 in top operating condition, we have provided maintenance logs (for weekly and occasional maintenance) to complement the Start-Up Checklist used before every sweeper operation. You will find all these forms in Appendix B, Inspection and Maintenance Forms Photocopy Originals Packet. We suggest that you remove the maintenance log master copies from this binder and store them in a file to keep them accessible and clean. Photocopies can be made available for regular maintenance. You complete each form by: Recording the sweeper identification number Recording the date Checking off inspection/maintenance tasks Signing your name Additionally, each form has a Comments section for: Providing detailed information on a listed item Noting information about items not listed Noting additional concerns Specifying a needed replacement part Recording the date a replacement part is ordered The completed forms can be compiled in a notebook. Over time, this will come to represent a comprehensive inspection maintenance record for your sweeper.

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4.1.2

Maintenance Schedules
Daily Maintenance (Every 8 Hours)
The following table tells you where to look in the manual to find procedures for specific daily-maintenance tasks: Clean the sweeper. Follow the lubrication schedule for the fan shaft bearings, hopper and dump door hinges, gutter brooms, and seals. Check sweeping head flaps for wear, replacing as necessary. Check sweeping head skids, adjust and rotate to keep wear even. Check sweeping head intake and exhaust hoses, rotate to keep wear even. Check the gutter broom pattern. Clean the gutter broom and remove any wire, string or rope that has become wrapped around the disc or gutter broom motor shaft. Inspect and adjust gutter broom down-pressure. Check the Y strainer. Check / clean the nozzles. Inspect the air filters air restriction indicator. Check oil on both the auxiliary and chassis engines. Check radiator fluid levels. Check hydraulic fluid levels. Check the dust suppression system reservoirs water level and fill as needed. Rinse the auxiliary engines radiator fins. 2.5, End-of-Shift Clean-Up / Maintenance 3.4, Lubrication Schedules 3.10.3, Sweeping Head Flap Check/ Replacement 3.10.1, Skid Plate Adjustment/Replacement 3.10.7, Sweeping Head Hose Rotation 3.11.1, Gutter Broom Pattern Check

3.11.3, Gutter Broom Down-Pressure Adjustment 3.14.3, Y Strainer Cleaning/Replacement 3.14.6, Nozzle Cleaning 3.5, Filters See Engine Manufacturers Manual 3.12.1, Hydraulic Tank Fill-up 3.13.1, Water Reservoir Refill

Occasional Maintenance
The following table tells you where to look in the manual to find procedures for specific occasional-maintenance tasks: Check fan and fan housing liner for wear. Check fan drive belt for wear and tension Replace the gutter broom bristles when they become worn to approximately 8 inches in length. Winterize the dust suppression system. 2010 SCHWARZE INDUSTRIES, INC. 3.9.1, Fan Housing Check 3.8.1, Drive Belt Tension Adjustment 3.11.9, Gutter Broom Bristles Replacement 3.13.7, Dust Suppression System Winterizing version 1 09/10

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4.2

Cleaning
Cleaning is an important part of any maintenance program because it extends the life of the sweeper by reducing rust and part abrasion. For a general description of cleaning procedures see Section 2.5, End of Shift Clean-Up/Maintenance.

4.3

Sweeper Fluid Maintenance


Auxiliary Engine Oil
Refer to your auxiliary engine Owners Manual for the manufacturers suggested oil type and oil change schedule. To drain the engine oil pan, use the engine oil drain hose. This hose, which resembles the hydraulic hoses, runs from the center of the oil pan, out the right side of the engine skid and is usually looped around to the front of the engine skid for storage. By unscrewing and removing the JIC plug in the end of the hose, the oil may be drained into a container. Be sure to dispose of the used oil properly, recycling it if possible.

Auxiliary Engine Cooling System


Refer to your auxiliary engine Owners Manual for cooling system care and maintenance. When replacing your engines coolant, be sure to dispose of the old coolant properly.

Hydraulic System
The hydraulic oil level should be maintained such that it is kept at the full mark as measured with the hopper down. Check by using the sight level gauge, which is located on the left side of the reservoir. Change the hydraulic oil after the first 500 hours of operation, then every 2000 hours thereafter. If the hydraulic fluid becomes cloudy, water has contaminated the system and the hydraulic fluid needs to be changed (after determining the source of the water contamination and correcting it). If the sweeping unit is operated in particularly dusty conditions, the hydraulic filters will need to be changed more often. For detailed maintenance procedures of the hydraulic system, see Section 3.12, HYDRAULIC SYSTEM MAINTENANCE.

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Lubrication Schedule
Refer to the following table for correct sweeper lubrication. Item 1. Dump Door Hinges 2. Hopper/Frame Hinge 3. Gutter Broom Arm U-Joint 4. Fan Seal, Intake Seal, and RearDoor Seal Frequency Monthly Monthly 120 hours of operation As required Lubricant Grease with lithium-based grease. Grease with lithium-based grease. Grease with lithium-based grease. Lubricate with a rubber protectant or grease to prevent drying and loss of resilience.

4.5

Filters
Because of the dusty conditions under which a sweeper operates, filters are considered a priority maintenance item. Failure to properly follow filter change schedules may result in poor performance or costly component replacement.

Auxiliary Engine Filters


The auxiliary engine has three filters: a fuel filter, an oil filter and a dual element air filter. At a minimum, all filters should be changed according to the engine manufacturers warranty recommendations. We recommend that the oil filter be changed more often if the sweeper is operated under unusually dusty circumstances. The air filter has a built-in air restriction indicator. When the air filter becomes clogged and needs service, a window on the air restriction indicator changes the air filters air color. Depending upon the type of air restriction indicator used, this color restriction indicator change may be from clear to red, clear to yellow or yellow to red. The air restriction indicator is normally located on or near the auxiliary engines air filter canister.

CAUTION

Do not clean air filter with high pressure air. Clean or change the air filter only when the air restriction indicators need to service window has changed colors. Serious engine damage can occur as a result of air cleaner over-servicing.

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Hydraulic Tank Filters


The hydraulic tank employs two filters, a suction and a return, to remove foreign particles from the hydraulic oil that might cause failure in the hydraulic systems components. For detailed maintenance procedures on these two filters, see Section 3.13.4, HYDRAULIC SUCTION STRAINER CLEANING/REPLACEMENT and Section 3.13.5, HYDRAULIC RETURN FILTER REPLACEMENT.

Dust Suppression System Filter


Water filter maintenance is an important part in keeping the sweepers water system functioning properly. The Y strainer should be emptied and its strainer screen flushed and cleaned daily. However, the frequency of filter cleaning varies and largely depends on the purity of the fill sources water. For detailed maintenance procedures on the Y strainer filter, see Section 3.13.3, Y STRAINER CLEANING/ REPLACEMENT.

4.6

Seals
It is important that the sweepers seals on the fan housing be kept in the best condition possible. These include the seals on the suction hose inlet, around the hoppers inspection door opening and on the rear door. Pickup power is vacuum-dependent, so a tight seal can make a significant difference in pickup ability. Maintain resilience by keeping the seals well lubricated with a good grade of petroleum-based jelly or grease. Lubrication of the side inspection door seals is unnecessary. For longer seal life, when the sweeper is parked for an extended period of time, leave the dump door and all inspection doors open and raise the hopper several inches so their seals can regain their shape. Eventually the seals will become worn or non-resilient and must be replaced.

FAN SEAL

Replacement:
1. Use a gasket scraper, putty knife or screwdriver to remove the seal from its sweeper component. Get the metal surface as clean as possible. Be sure it is free of all dirt, old glue, and seal material. 2. Liberally apply a coat of weather-strip-type adhesive onto the new seal and body component. Allow the adhesive to set up for several minutes (follow the adhesive manufacturers instructions) and the put the new seal in place.

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Hopper
The hopper is one of the central components of the GS6 sweeper. To ensure the longest possible useful lifetime, it is extremely important to clean it after each shift and to let it air dry with the hopper up whenever possible.

4.8

Auxiliary Engine
For detailed information on the power module (auxiliary) engine, consult its Owners Manual. Engine parts for the auxiliary engine must be purchased through your industrial engine dealer.

4.8.1

Auxiliary Engine Automatic Shutdown System


The auxiliary engine is equipped with an electronic shutdown. For information, please consult your engine manual.

4.8.2

Auxiliary Engine Stub Shaft Replacement


Though instances of stub shaft failure are rare, as with any component, the stub shaft may, at some point, need to be replaced. Causes for stub shaft failure include; too much side-load created by a too tight drive belt, grooving or warping of the stub shaft by a failed bearing and stub shaft cracking or warping due to torque created by the sudden stop of the fans drive train. In addition, we suggest that the stub shaft be replaced whenever the auxiliary engine is changed.

Replacement:
1. Remove the sweeper engines keys and/or disconnect the battery cable to prevent the sweeper engine from being started accidentally. 2. Follow the procedures outlined in steps 1-4 in Section 3.8.1, DRIVE BELT TENSION ADJUSTMENT. 3. Turn the jackscrew nuts so the engine skid is pushed toward the fan shaft.

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SCHWARZE GS6 SERIES MAINTENANCE 4. As the engine skid moves toward the fan shaft, the drive belt will become loose enough to be slipped from its pulleys. 5. Remove the three 3/8 bolts and lock washers from the stub shaft pulley bushing. 6. Insert two of the 3/8 bolts into the two tapped holes of the stub shaft pulley bushing. 7. Tighten the bolts evenly, alternating from one to the other. This will push the pulley off the stub shaft pulley bushing. 8. Remove the pulley and its bushing from the stub shaft. 9. Remove the bearing plate from the end of the auxiliary engine. Inspect the plate for irregularities. If none are found, the bearing plate may be used again. 10. Remove the old stub shaft from the end of the auxiliary engine. 11. Clean the flywheel and replacement stub shaft using lacquer thinner. 12. Fasten the replacement stub shaft to the auxiliary engine using 32 ft. lbs. of torque on each bolt. 13. Use a dial indicator and ensure that the stub shaft is in-line with the crankshaft. The stub shaft must be no more than .008 off-center. 14. Place the replacement bearing onto the end of the stub shaft. Using a piece of pipe placed over the stub shafts end, drive the bearing down the stub shaft until it rests against its seat. 15. Slip the bearing plate down the stub shaft and onto the bearing. 16. Bolt the bearing plate to the auxiliary engine. 17. Slide the stub shaft pulley and its taper-lock bushing onto the end of the stub shaft.

If the stub shaft is more than .008 off-center, it should be replaced.

18. Insert the bolts through the taper-lock bushings flange and into the pulley. Alternate turning the three bolts so the pulley is pulled onto the bushing evenly. 19. Check the alignment of the pulleys, using a string or straight edge, from the face of one pulley to the face of the other to determine whether the pulleys are in line with each other.

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SCHWARZE GS6 SERIES OWNERS MANUAL 20. If the pulleys are misaligned, back the stub shaft pulley off its bushing, move both in the proper direction for alignment, then retighten the bushing/pulley bolts. 21. Inspect the drive belt for wear and replace it with a new one if needed. 22. Slide the drive belt onto the stub shaft and fan shaft pulleys. 23. Adjust the drive belt tension as outlined in Section 3.8.1, DRIVE BELT TENSION ADJUSTMENT. 24. Replace the belt guard.

4.9

Drive Train Component Maintenance


The following sections deal with adjustments, replacement and lubrication of mechanical portions of the drive train.

4.9.1

WITH 30 LBS. OF PRESSURE, THE BELT SHOULD DEFLECT 1/2

Drive Belt Tension Adjustment


On the rear of the auxiliary engine is the belt which drives the fan shaft. Check the belt tension periodically. This is accomplished by pressing down on the belt halfway between the two pulleys. With 30 lbs. of pressure (the approximate equivalent of very firm pressure from on it from your thumb), the belt should deflect about 1/2. An average belt, over the course of its life, will stretch slightly and the belt will need adjustment. This will be especially true during the first 30-75 hours of operation.

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The auxiliary engine, along with its engine skid, can be moved in the direction of the fan shaft (to loosen or remove the belt) or away from the fan shaft (to tighten the belt). 1. Remove the belt guard. 2. Loosen (do not remove) the bolt which holds each of the four outer corners of the engine skid to the top of the power module platform. 2010 SCHWARZE INDUSTRIES, INC. version 1 09/10

SCHWARZE GS6 SERIES MAINTENANCE 3. Locate the threaded rods known as jack screws.

Before adjusting the jackscrews, it is always a good idea to mark the present position of the engine skid, both at the front and rear, on the power module platform. This will allow you to determine how far the engine skid has been moved and whether the center line of the auxiliary engine is still parallel with the fan shaft.

4. Loosen the jackscrews jam nuts. 5. By running the adjustment nuts in or out, the engine skid may be moved toward or away from the shaft. Alternate adjusting the jackscrew nuts front to rear so that movement of the engine skid is even and the engine skid does not become misaligned. If you turn the front jackscrew three revolutions, then turn the rear jackscrew three revolutions. 6. When proper belt tension is achieved, re-thread the loose adjustment nuts tightly against their power module platform tabs. (If youre adjusting the engine away from the fan shaft, these would be the inner adjustment nuts; toward the fan shaft, these would be the outer adjustment nuts.) Tighten any loose jam nuts back against their respective adjustment nuts. 7. Tighten the four tie-down bolts at the corners of the engine skid.

Once the four tie-down bolts have been tightened, release the tension on the jackscrews.

8. Start the sweeper engine. Squealing or abnormal vibrations indicate low belt drive tension. Adjust as needed. 9. Re-bolt the belt guard back into position.

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4.9.2

Drive Belt Replacement


With normal use, the drive belt will become worn. It is advisable to replace the drive belt when it shows signs of wear, rather than waiting for it to break. This practice will help to ensure optimum sweeper performance and avoid downtime. To replace the drive belt, reposition the sweeper engine. This can be accomplished by loosening the mounting bolts and jackscrews attached to the engine skid, as described in Section 3.8.1, DRIVE BELT TENSION ADJUSTMENT. Be sure to read the DRIVE BELT TENSION ADJUSTMENT section before following the removal/replacement outline in this section. Before installing a new drive belt, always inspect the belt pulleys for nicks, burrs or excessive wear. Replace the pulleys if such irregularities are found.

Removal:

1. Remove the sweeper engines keys and/or disconnect the battery cable to prevent the sweeper engine from being started accidentally. 2. Follow the procedures outlined in steps 1-4 in Section 3.8.1, DRIVE BELT TENSION ADJUSTMENT. 3. Turn the jackscrew nuts so the engine skid is pushed toward the fan shaft. 4. As the engine skid moves toward the fan shaft, the drive belt will become loose enough to be slipped from its pulleys.

Replacement:
1. Inspect the pulley grooves for burrs and other irregularities that may cause abnormal belt wear. Correct as required.

WITH 30 LBS. OF PRESSURE, THE BELT SHOULD DEFLECT 1/2

2. Slip the replacement belt into position. 3. Tighten the jackscrew nuts so the engine skid is pulled away from the fan shaft. 4. Continue to tighten until the belt has 1/2 deflection between the pulleys using 30 lbs. of pressure (roughly the equivalent of pressing down on the belt with your thumb.) 5. Check the alignment of the pulleys, using a string or straight edge, from the face of one pulley to the face of the other. This will allow you to determine whether the pulleys are in line with each other.

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For slight misalignment, the pulleys may be repositioned on their respective shafts. If greater adjustment is needed than pulley repositioning can achieve, the entire engine/engine skid assembly must be moved to obtain alignment. The slotted tie-down holes of the engine skid allow a limited amount of forward-back movement.

6. Once proper pulley alignment is achieved, run the jam nuts back against their respective jackscrew nuts. 7. Tighten the four tie-down bolts at the corners of the engine skid.

Once the four tie-down bolts have been tightened, release the tension on the jackscrews.

8. Start the sweeper engine. Squealing or abnormal vibrations indicate low belt drive tension. Adjust as needed. 9. Re-bolt the belt guard back into position.

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4.9.3

Fan Shaft Spindle Replacement


Disassembly:
1. Raise the hopper and lower the safety prop into position.
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2. Remove the sweeper engines keys and/or disconnect the battery cable TAPPED BUSHING HOLES to prevent the sweeper engine from being started accidentally. 3. Remove the 3/8 bolts and flat washers from around the fan housing back plate. 4. Pull the back plate free the fan housing. 5. Remove the three 3/8 bolts and lock washers from the fan bushing. FAN BUSHING REMOVAL 6. Insert two of the 3/8 bolts into the two tapped holes of the fan bushing. 7. Tighten the bolts evenly, alternating from one to the other. This will push the fan off the fan bushing. 8. Use a gear puller to remove the fan bushing from the fan shaft. The fan shaft key will come off with the bushing. 9. Slide the fan off the fan shaft. 10. Relieve the belt tension by following steps 1 through 4 of REMOVAL in Section 3.8.2, DRIVE BELT REPLACEMENT. 11. Unbolt the drive pulley from its taper-lock bushing. Remove both from the end of the fan shaft. 12. Remove fan spindle and replace with new unit. 13. Re-install fan and back plate.

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Replacement:
1. Slide the drive pulley and its taper-lock bushing onto the end of the fan shaft. 2. Insert the bolts through the taper-lock bushings flange and into the pulley. Alternate turning the three bolts so the pulley is pulled onto the bushing evenly. 3. Check the alignment of the pulleys, using a string or straight edge, from the face of one pulley to the face of the other to determine whether the pulleys are in line with each other. 4. If the pulleys are misaligned, back the fan shaft drive pulley off its bushing, move both in the proper direction for alignment, then retighten the bushing/pulley bolts. 5. Inspect the drive belt for wear and replace it with a new one if needed. 6. Slide the drive belt onto the engine and fan shaft pulleys. 7. Adjust the drive belt tension as outlined in Section 3.8.1, DRIVE BELT TENSION ADJUSTMENT. 8. Inspect the fan for wear and replace it with a new one if needed. 9. Follow the steps outlined under REPLACEMENT in Section 3.9.2, FAN REPLACEMENT section of this manual. 10. Swing the hopper safety prop back into its travel position. 11. Reconnect the engines battery cable, lower the hopper and check the operation of the sweeper.

4.10

Fan Housing
The fan housing directs the flow of air from the fan to the sweeping head. To provide the maximum performance from the fan, the fan housing and drive components should be checked for wear regularly. When signs of wear occur on a component, replace it as soon as possible.

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4.10.1

Fan Housing Check


When air is drawn from the hopper into the fan housing, a small amount of fine dust is also pulled into the fan chamber. This fine dust wears the fan blades, fan housing liner, and the heads of the fan housing liner bolts. Over a period of time, the sandblasting effect of this dust will cause enough wear to these components that they must be replaced. Failure to replace them is dangerous and can be very costly, since a worn fan blade can break and damage the inside of the fan housing. Worn liner bolts may allow the fan housing liner to sag and cause damage to the fan as well as to its shaft and bearings. A worn liner permits the abrasive effect of the airstream to reach the walls of the fan housing, which is an expensive replacement item.

Inspection:
1. Raise the hopper and lower the safety prop into position. 2. Remove the sweeper engines keys and disconnect the battery cable to prevent the engine from accidently starting. 3. Remove the back plate. 4. Using a flashlight, inspect the fan blades, fan bushing, fan housing liner bolts and the fan housing liner for wear. 5. If no excess wear or abnormal wear is evident, replace the back plate, swing the hoppers safety prop back into its stored travel position and reconnect the battery cables.

4.10.2

Fan Replacement
If a worn fan is causing reduced sweeping efficiency, it should be replaced promptly. The fan shaft bearings have a life expectancy of roughly 2500 hours. When a fan replacement becomes necessary near the end of the bearings life expectancy, the bearings should likewise be replaced. Replacing both components will eliminate the need to perform two, identical labor operations, and avoid downtime in close succession. Exceptions to fan/bearing replacement: If you sweep in extremely sandy conditions, or do not use the sweepers water system, you may have to replace fans more often than bearings. If the proper bearing lubrication procedures arent followed, you may have to replace bearings more often than fans.

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Disassembly:
1. Raise the hopper and lower the safety prop into position. 2. Remove the sweeper engines keys and/or disconnect the battery cable to prevent the sweeper engine from being started accidentally. 3. Remove the 3/8 bolts and washers from around the back cover plate and lift it off. 4. Remove the 3/8 bolts and lock washers from the fans bushing. 5. Reinsert two 3/8 bolts into the tapped holes of the bushing. Tighten these bolts evenly. This will push the fan off the bushing. 6. Use a gear puller to remove the bushing from the fan shaft. 7. Remove the fan from the fan shaft and fan housing.
TAPPED BUSHING HOLES
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FAN BUSHING REMOVAL

8. While the fan is out, check the rubber liner inside the fan housing. If signs of excessive wear are rsion 10 0 05/ 8 apparent, replace the liner by following the steps outlined in Section 3.9.3, FAN HOUSING LINER REPLACEMENT. Failure to replace the relatively inexpensive liner could result in having to replace the more expensive fan housing later.

Replacement:
1. Inspect the end of the fan shaft. Remove any burrs or rust from the shaft end with sandpaper. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Place the fan on the fan shaft and push it back into the fan housing. Inspect the bushing. If the bushing is not cracked or otherwise damaged, the original bushing may be reused. Apply an anti-seize agent to the tapered area of the bushing. Slip the key into the bushing/fan shaft keyway. Position the fan bushing onto the fan shaft while aligning it with the shaft key as well as the fan. Spread the bushing apart if necessary remember, it will crack if it is overspread.

7. Drive the fan bushing onto the fan shaft until approximately 1/4 of the shaft extends from the face of the bushing. (Use a rubber hammer or a wooden block and metal hammer to drive the bushing on.)

8. Insert the three 3/8 bolts with lock washers through the untapped bushing holes and into the tapped holes of the fan. Finger tighten the bolts. Do not tighten the bolts so as to secure the fan to the fan shaft.

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SCHWARZE GS6 SERIES OWNERS MANUAL 9. Apply strip caulk, or a similar sealing agent, to the face of the fan housing. 10. Install the back cover plate (it may be necessary to move the fan and its bushing further into the fan housing before the back cover plate can be mounted). Before tightening the bolts, pull the fan back until it contacts the back cover plates inlet ring. Using the available slack, center the cover plates inlet ring in the fans orifice. Feel around the perimeter of the inlet ring to confirm an even gap or fit. Tighten the cover plate bolts.

11. Move the fan back onto the fan shaft. A gap distance will have to be determined (see illustration). The ideal gap distance is 1/4 from the cover plate orifice to the narrowest part of the fans orifice. 12. Position the fan on the fan shaft, taking into consideration that, as the fan is tightened onto its bushing, it will travel roughly 1/4 toward the cover plates orifice. 13. While holding the fan in position on the fan shaft, tap the fan bushing along the fan shaft and into the fans hub. 14. When the fan bushing is snug inside the fans hub, insert the 3/8 bolts and tighten the fan onto the fan bushing. As the bolts are tightened and the fan is drawn onto the bushing, the fan should move 1/4 toward the cover plate. . 15. Turn the fan to determine if the two orifices rub as the fan rotates. If the orifices touch, mark the bushings present position on the fan shaft (so it may later be used as a reference point). Remove the fan from its bushing and follow steps 12-16 to remount the fan further into the fan house. If the orifices do not touch, proceed on to step 16. 16. When the fan is properly mounted, swing the hopper safety prop into its stowed position and lower the hopper. Start the auxiliary engine and, again, listen for sounds of contact between the cover plate orifice and fan orifice. If none are audible, the unit is ready to sweep. If, however, sounds are detected, the hopper should be raised and the fan readjusted.

4.10.3

Fan Housing Liner Replacement


To prevent damage due to air-blast from the fan, a rubber liner is attached to the inside of the fan housing. Check the liner regularly for holes, tears or pitted areas, as well as for worn liner bolts. If the fan housing is exposed to direct wear because of a worn liner, the liner should be replaced. The rubber liner is relatively inexpensive compared to replacing the fan housing.

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Disassembly:
1. Follow steps 1-7 of DISASSEMBLY in Section 3.9.2, FAN REPLACEMENT. 2. Unscrew the 3/8 nuts from around the outside of the fan housing and remove the elevator bolts holding the rubber liner in place. Note the condition of the fan housing liner bolts. Worn bolts should be discarded and replacements used upon reinstallation. 3. Remove the worn liner in one piece if possible. Save it to use as a template to mark the new liners hole pattern.

Replacement:
1. Place the old liner on top of the replacement liner material and mark the length and the hole pattern with spray paint. 2. Cut the liner material to length and use a hole punch or drill to make the holes. 3. Notice that the replacement liner hole pattern is different at each end. Be sure you position the liner so that its holes match the hole pattern of the fan housing. 4. Start by installing the elevator bolts which hold the rubber liner to the top of the fan housing, and then continue installing the remainder of the elevator bolts, working out and down from the top of the fan housing.

FAN HOUSING LINER INSTALLATION

5. Check the fan blades for wear, and replace the fan if needed. To replace the fan, follow steps 1-16 of REPLACEMENT in Section 3.9.2, FAN REPLACEMENT.

4.11

Sweeping Head
proper ma e a The sweeping head is dependent upon forced air and vacuum to achieve debris pickup. Without proper pro id t e si d s maintenance and replacement of parts due to normal wear, the sweeping head cannot provide the desired sweeping results.
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The Schwarze GS6 is equipped with a sweeping head. Many of the maintenance procedures outlined in the following sections apply to the sweeping head.

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4.11.1

Skid Plate Adjustment/Replacement


The skid plate on the Schwarze GS6s sweeping head is designed for durability and low maintenance. Tungsten carbide inserts in the runners ensure a long life to a part that must, by the nature of its job, endure extreme punishment. Replace the skid plate when its runner is 80% worn through.

Removal/Replacement:
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1. Locate the skid plates on either side of the sweeping head. Note that studs, welded to the sweeping head, protrude through slots in the skid plates. The skid UPPER CHAMBER plates are held in place against the head by the nuts and washers on these studs. BLAST ORIFICE 2. With the sweeping head raised, remove the skid plates nuts and washers and LOWER 2" TO 2-1/2" 1-1 1/4" CHAMBER FROM SWEEPING set them aside for later use. SURFACE 3. Pull the old skid from the side of the sweeping head and replace it with the new skid plate. 4. Remount the nuts and washers that were removed earlier. Screw them down against the skid plate, but do late not tighten them until the new skid plate is in the proper position.
s p te, b Remember: Whenever skid plate adjustment is necessary, the blast orifice must remain 2 to 2-1/2 from the sweeping surface. Less than 2, and the air stream becomes choked down. More than 2-1/2 and the blast Remember Whe ever ski velocity of the air striking the sweeping surface is lost.

Never adjust the skid plates to extend the life of the flaps. When the flaps can no longer maintain a satisfactory N d t t seal, they should be replaced. Adjusting the skid plates may affect the sweeping efficiency due to the change in i i y blast orifice-to-ground distance.

Adjustment:
CAUTION Do not adjust the skid plates so far up that the heads blast orifice is less than 2 from the sweeping surface.

1. Raise the sweeping head and locate the skid plates on either side. 2. 3. 4. 5. Loosen the 5/8 nuts on each of the sweeping head skid plates.
de eac distance. skid p . S surface Slide each skid plate up or down its slots to achieve the required blast orifice-to-sweeping

Retighten the 5/8 nuts on each sweeping head skid plate.


Low Adjust t e swee Lower the sweeping head and make sure that the skids are riding flat on the sweeping . surface. as needed.

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Sweeping Head Seasonal Adjustments:


The sweeping heads orientation to the sweeping surface may be manipulated by using some creative skid plate adjustments designed to maximize performance in various STANDARD SWEEPING H seasonal AD conditions. By adjusting the leading ends of the skid plates further up than their trailing ends, the pickup SE SONAL ADJ STMEN S:head can be set to minimize frontal area. This is often preferable during heavy cleanup periods, such as in the Spring cleanup season. Adjustment in this manner The sweepi g he mixture d s orientat on distance o the sweeping surfa must e ay be provides a faster channel of air/debris and less that the debris move.
c shorter nditio increases s. By ad usti gt e leadi performance, g ends o th making skid plate ur her up than Just as making the seasonal frontal area heavy sweeping the frontal area taller ra ling end , e pickup hea ca be set to mini ze fro tal a ea. his is o te p efe increases sweeping performance in lighter debris. This adjustment may be accomplished by performing the d ing heavy le nup perio u h a i the Spri g cleanup s ason. djus me in is opposite of the above procedure, i.e., adjust the skid plates trailing ends up more than their leading ends. This S manner prov des a f s er cha e o air especially helpful during the Fall when leaves must be swept.

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4.11.2

a l other t mes, th Spring normally Adjustment ecommended ad Sweeping Head Tension plac en when head readjus men to norma condi springs. ons is Near the four corners of the sweeping are the sweeper head tension made. These help the sweeping head float by relieving some of its weight from the sweeping surface. If the springs are adjusted correctly, by grasping the front corner of the sweeping head with your hand, you should be able to move it slightly with roughly 40 lbs. of upward lif Although operator preference varies, this is normally the optimal setting Less tension shortens runner life. More tension SWEEP N HE D TE SION creates a possibility that the head may bounce on irregular surfaces, which will S T break the suction seal.
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Coarse Adjustment:
1. Raise the sweeping head. 2. Unhook the chains from the springs or remove the 5/16 bolts that hold the spring chains to each side of the head. 3. Increase or decrease the number of chain links between the head retainers and the ends of the head springs as needed.

If adjusting the head spring tension does not correct the problem of excessive runner wear, the problem may be caused by bent or uneven drag arms.

4.11.3

Sweeping Head Flap/Check Replacement


Inspection:
The sweeping head is dependent upon forced air movement to provide proper sweeping results. The flaps underneath the sweeping head must maintain the air stream as it moves across the head to the vacuum tube. When new, the sweeping head flaps will extend past the bottom of the skid plate. With use, they will wear until they hang straight down and lose contact with the ground. When this occurs, it is time to replace the flaps.

CAUTION

Do not attempt to extend the life of the flaps by adjusting the skid plates. The heads blast orifice must never be less than 2 from the sweeping surface.

Sweeping Head Removal:


1. With the sweeping head raised, unhook the chains from the springs or remove the 5/16 bolts that hold the spring chains to each side of the head. 2. Lower the sweeping head and loosen the lower hose clamps on each side of the sweeping head. 3. Remove the lower ends of the intake and exhaust hoses. 4. Remove the 3/8 bolts that hold the sweeping head lift cylinder chains to each side of the sweeping head.

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SCHWARZE GS6 SERIES MAINTENANCE 5. Disconnect the water hose which runs down the drag arm from the hose barb of the first in-line spray nozzle 5 on the sweeping head. 6. Remove the 7/8 drag arm bolts. 6 R bolt the g flap te broo s cen er of drag r 7 U center 7. Unbolt the gutter brooms drag from the front the lap head. 8. Slide the sweeping head out from underneath the truck and flip it over.

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The small intake flap will need replacing less often than the other sweeping head flaps. However, when replacing it, follow the same flap replacement procedures. Check the rubber flaps that are corded, and be sure they are not turned front-to-back. The cords should be on the rear side of the flap.

3. Cut the new flap to length with a utility knife, and drill or punch the mounting holes. 3. metal Cut t strips e ne using lap o ength wit hardware. a utility 4. Install the new flap and the original While the sweeping head is upside down, check the blast orifice for objects or blockage in the opening and hile the eepi orifice g he opening s upside do h or c deformity t e b st ori c impact obj of ct objects o blo on k ge clean as needed. Check the blast for damage from the openi a d clea ee d C e k e blas i ce ope sweeping surface. The blast orifice opening should be approximately 3/4.

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Turn the sweeping head upright and replace it under the truck in the reverse order used in the SWEEPING HEAD REMOVAL section outlined previously. With the sweeping head raised, the skid plates may be adjusted (see Section 3.10.1, SKID PLATE ADJUSTMENT/ REPLACEMENT) to provide the proper blast orifice-tosweeping surface distance of 1-1/2 to 2-1/4. Even with the sweeping head adjusted to the proper height, the new flaps will still hang below the bottom of the runners on the skid plates. Lower the sweeping head onto a level surface and check the skid plate adjustment. If the skid plate adjustment seems correct, start the sweeper and check the head flaps for proper sealing and adequate pickup. version 1 09/10 2010 SCHWARZE INDUSTRIES, INC.

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Sweeping Head Hose Replacement


1. Unscrew the band clamps at the top and bottom of the hose to be removed.

If the hose has been on for an extended period, it may take some manual wiggling to get it loose. Insertion of a screwdriver between the hose and the housing will help.

2. Once loose, slide off the hose, and replace it with a new one. 3. Put the band clamps back in place and tighten them.

4.11.5

Sweeping Head Hose Rotation


The high pressure air stream will wear the insides of the sweeping heads hoses. To extend the life of the intake and exhaust hoses, periodically (3 or 4 times a year) rotate each hose 1/4 turn. A torn intake or exhaust hose will cause a decrease of vacuum power. Torn hoses may be temporarily repaired with duct tape until replacements can be installed. 1. Loosen the hose clamp on both ends of the hose. 2. Turn the hose 1/4 turn and retighten the clamps.

4.12

Gutter Broom
The following sections deal with adjustments and replacement of mechanical portions of the gutter broom. For the gutter broom hydraulic system maintenance, follow the procedures outlined for the gutter broom in Section 3.1.2, MAINTENANCE SCHEDULES and in Section 3.3, SWEEPER FLUID MAINTENANCE.

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he Pattern follow ng sect ns dea Gutter Broom Check ollow the proleft edur outlined or the gu ter the ro A broom pattern is nance, the pattern of marks on a sweeping surface after Se tio 3 , MAI ENANC SCHEDULES and in Sect on sweeper has passed over it. You should check this pattern to verify the following conditions:
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That the broom is reaching the sweeping surface That the left-b om pat ern is a 9-to-1 oclock contact That the right-broom pattern is an 11-to-3 oclock contact

Before you begin this procedure, you should understand how 3-position toggle A broom patter is the atte n of mar s l CONSOLE t o a swee switches are operated from the cab console. See Section 2.2.1, CONTROLS.

INSPECTION
1. Move the sweeper to a flat asphalt or concrete sweeping surface and start the auxiliary engine. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. On the cab console control panel, toggle the gutter broom switch to RUN.
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Allow the broom to run in contact with the sweeping surface for a minute or so.
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On the cab console control panel, toggle the gutter broom switch to OFF.
20 8 Schwa ze panel, Industrie toggle I c. On the cab console control the gutter broom switch to UP.

Reverse the sweeper several feet to expose the surface just swept. Turn off the truck engine and set the parking brake. Get out of the cab and inspect the broom pattern (the worn area on the sweeping surface). The left-broom pattern should be a 9-to-1 oclock contact with the surface. The right-broom pattern should be a 11-to3 oclock contact with the surface. If either pattern is irregular, the corresponding gutter broom needs adjustment. Follow the procedures outlined in Section 3.11.2, GUTTER BROOM TILT ADJUSTMENT and/or Section 3 11.3, GUTTER BROOM DOWN PRESSURE ADJUSTMENT. 2 0 SCHWARZE INDUSTRIES, INC.

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4.12.2

Gutter Broom Tilt Adjustment


A gutter may be so deep that the broom cannot reach the surface. In this case, broom-to-surface contact can be improved by adjusting one or both axis (the side-to-side and forward/rearward tilt) of the gutter broom. If the gutter broom is not throwing debris into the sweeping head path, broom pattern can be improved by adjusting one or both axis (the side-to-side and forward/rearward tilt) of the gutter broom.

CAUTION

To prevent gaps in the overall broom pattern, through which debris can pass, always be sure the gutter broom pattern overlaps the path of the head.

Take care that adjustment does not cause the broom disc to contact the arm when retracted.

FORWARD / REARWARD TILT


Forward/rearward tilt is controlled by a turnbuckle running between the broom arm mounting bracket and the top of the broom motor mount. This turnbuckle must be adjusted manually.

ADJUSTMENT:
1. With the auxiliary engine stopped, turn the auxiliary engine key switch to ON, but do NOT start the engine. Toggle the gutter broom cab console control switch to RUN. 2. Locate the large turnbuckle located between the gutter broom mounting bracket and the gutter broom motor mount. 3. Loosen the jam nuts on the turnbuckle. 4. Insert a large screwdriver or wrench into the center of the turnbuckle to use as leverage. 5. Choose one: To lower the nose of the gutter broom disc, lengthen the turnbuckle by turning the center clockwise. To raise the nose of the gutter broom disc, shorten the turnbuckle by turning the center counterclockwise. 6. Run the jam nuts tight against the turnbuckle to lock the readjustment. 2010 SCHWARZE INDUSTRIES, INC. version 1 09/10

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SIDE-TO-SIDE TILT
Side-to-side tilt is controlled by the broom arms small turnbuckle running between the pivot (connecting the broom arm to one side of the broom motor mount) and the rear of the broom arm. This turnbuckle must be adjusted manually.

ADJUSTMENT:

CAUTION

The gutter broom should be extended to its normal operating position and stopped before performing the side-to-side tilt adjustment. NEVER adjust the gutter broom while its disc is rotating.

1. Start the auxiliary engine by following the procedures outlined in Section 2.2.2, AUXILIARY ENGINE START-UP. 2. Run the gutter broom to its extended sweeping position following the procedures outlined in Section 2.2.6, GUTTER BROOM OPERATION. 3. Toggle the gutter broom switch to the center neutral position to stop gutter broom disc rotation. 4. Locate the small turnbuckle located in the gutter broom arm. 5. Loosen the jam nuts on the turnbuckle. 6. Insert a large screw driver or wrench into the center of the turnbuckle to use as leverage. 7. Choose one: To increase the tilt of the gutter broom disc, lengthen the turnbuckle by turning the center clockwise. To decrease the tilt of the gutter broom disc, shorten the turnbuckle by turning the center counterclockwise. 8. Run the jam nuts tight against the turnbuckle to lock the readjustment.

An optional feature, the broom-tilt actuator, allows control of the gutter broom disc angle with a switch-activated cylinder that replaces the small turnbuckle. Extension or retraction of the cylinder on the gutter broom arm causes the broom disc to tilt.

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4.12.3

Gutter Broom Down-Pressure Adjustment


Gutter broom down-pressure can be defined as the total weight of the following: The large hydraulic broom motor The heavy plate metal used to construct the broom, disc, hydraulic-motor mount and broom arms The maximum amount of down-pressure cannot exceed the total amount of broom weight resting on the broom bristles. Optimum down-pressure yields good sweeping performance appropriate to the current surface. Lighter debris requires less down-pressure; heavier material, such as soil or millings, require more digging pressure from the broom.

WARNING

Never adjust the gutter broom when the gutter broom is running.

ADJUSTMENT:
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. With the broom in the up position, locate the nut holding the eyebolt to the motor-mount angle bracket. Thread the nut all the way out to the end of the eyebolt. Remove or add chain links as desired between the eyebolt and spring. Screw the eyebolt nut about 1-1/2 inches up the eyebolt. Start the auxiliary engine. Lower and run the gutter broom. As the broom runs, observe the bend in the broom bristles to determine whether down-pressure should be increased or decreased.

8. Stop the broom. 9. Turn the auxiliary engine OFF. 10. Choose one:

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Gutter Broom Extension Spring Adjustment


The gutter broom extension spring controls the gutter broom arm extension speed and travel. Located to the outside of the gutter broom arm, this spring is connected to the gutter broom mounting bracket by a chain at one end. The springs other end is attached to a large eyebolt fastened to the gutter broom motor mount. To start a sweeping operation, the extension spring extends the broom to its working position. When the broom is retracted, however, the tightening spring works in combination with the upward and inward pull of the cylinder to raise the gutter broom arm off the sweeping surface. The gutter broom extension spring may need adjustment when: The broom doesnt fully extend during operation Travel speed is too slow You control the gutter broom arm extension speed and travel by adjusting: Extension spring tension Attitude of the chain

WARNING

Never adjust the extension spring when the gutter broom is running.

ADJUSTMENT:
1. With the broom in the up position, locate the extension spring. 2. Locate the row of slots in the gutter broom mounting brackets outer plate. 3. Perform one of the following to change the attitude of the chain: To DECREASE chain attitude, move the chain to a slot closer to the outer plate. To INCREASE chain attitude, move the chain to a slot further away from the outer plate. 4. Perform one of the following to adjust extension spring tension: To INCREASE tension, remove links from the chain and/or adjust the eyebolt on the gutter broom motor mount. To DECREASE tension, add links to the chain and/or adjust the eyebolt on the gutter broom motor mount.

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4.12.6

Gutter Broom Cylinder Adjustment/Replacement


WARNING Do NOT attempt to adjust or replace the gutter broom cylinder while the broom is running. Before you begin these procedures, you should understand how 3-position toggle switches are operated from the cab console. See Section 2.2.1, CONSOLE CONTROLS.

ADJUSTMENT:
1. With the auxiliary engine stopped, turn the auxiliary engine key switch to ON, but do NOT start the engine. Toggle the gutter broom cab console control switch to RUN. 2. When the gutter broom is extended to its normal operating position, turn it OFF. 3. Locate the rod end on the cylinders extension rod. 4. Screw the jam nut away from the cylinders rod end. 5. Grasp the painted portion of the rod with a pair of channel-lock pliers. 6. Choose one: To increase the inward and upward distance the gutter broom will travel when retracted, adjust the rod end to shorten the cylinder. To decrease the inward and upward distance the gutter broom will travel when retracted, adjust the rod end to lengthen the cylinder. 7. Run the jam nut tight against the cylinders rod end to lock the readjustment.

REPLACEMENT:
1. Start the auxiliary engine and run the gutter broom. 2. When the gutter broom is extended to its normal operating position, turn it OFF. 3. Turn the auxiliary engine key switch back ON, but do NOT start the engine. 4. Move the gutter broom control switch up and down several times. Doing so relieves any back pressure in the cylinder, making removal easier. 2010 SCHWARZE INDUSTRIES, INC. version 1 09/10

SCHWARZE GS6 SERIES MAINTENANCE 5. Disconnect the hydraulic hose from the cylinder. 6. Remove and set aside hydraulic fittings from the cylinder ports. 7. Remove the bolt at the rod end of the cylinder and set it aside. 8. Remove the bolt at the base of the cylinder and set it aside. 9. Pull the cylinder from the broom arm. 10. Unscrew the rod end and jam nuts from the cylinder to be replaced. 11. Attach the rod end and jam nuts just removed to the new cylinder. 12. Position the new cylinder on the broom arm and bolt it into place. 13. Taking care to place the vented plug in the butt-end port, attach the previously set aside hydraulic fittings to the new cylinder. 14. Reattach the hose to the rod and fitting.

4.12.7

Gutter Broom Motor Replacement


WARNING Do NOT attempt to replace the gutter broom motor while the auxiliary engine is on.

DISASSEMBLY:
1. With the gutter broom in the raised position, remove a gutter broom segment and set it aside. 2. Reaching under the gutter broom, loosen the large nut at the end of the gutter broom motor shaft until the gap between the nut and the shaft is about 1/4 inch.

WARNING

A larger gap could allow the gutter broom disc to fall off the shaft, trapping and injuring your hand.

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SCHWARZE GS6 SERIES OWNERS MANUAL 3. Insert a pry bar between the gutter broom motor mount and the gutter broom disc, and pry the disc from the motor mount.

You may have to tap on the gutter broom disc with a hammer before the disc will move freely on the shaft.

4. Position a floor jack under the gutter broom disc to raise the disc above the gutter broom motor shaft nut. 5. Remove the gutter broom motor shaft nut and set it aside. 6. Let down the jack. 7. Remove the gutter broom disc from the gutter broom motor shaft and set it aside. 8. Note which hydraulic hose is attached to which gutter broom-motor port. 9. Remove the two gutter broom motor hoses and set them aside. 10. Remove the four gutter broom motor mounting bolts and set them aside. 11. Remove the old gutter broom motor. 12. Remove hydraulic fittings from the old gutter broom motor 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

REPLACEMENT:
Install the new gutter broom motor onto the gutter broom motor mount. Taking care to attach hydraulic hoses to the correct ports, reconnect hydraulic fittings. Use the floor jack to raise the gutter broom disc while positioning it under the gutter broom motor. Locate the key in the keyway of the motor shaft. Raise the gutter broom disc into position, aligning the key with the broom disc keyway. When the gutter broom disc is in correct position, screw the gutter broom motor shaft nut onto the end of the shaft.

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SCHWARZE GS6 SERIES MAINTENANCE 10. Turn the gutter broom ON. 11. Check the gutter broom pattern and adjust as needed following the procedures outlined in Section 3.11.1, GUTTER BROOM PATTERN CHECK and Section 3.11.2, GUTTER BROOM TILT ADJUSTMENT. 12. Check the gutter broom down pressure and adjust as needed following the procedures outlined in Section 3.11.3, GUTTER BROOM DOWN PRESSURE ADJUSTMENT.

4.12.7

Gutter Broom Tilt Cylinder Replacement


DISASSEMBLY:
1. 2. 3. 4. Start the auxiliary engine and toggle the gutter broom cab console control switch to RUN. When the gutter broom is lowered, turn it OFF. Locate the cylinder bolted to the pivot. Remove the two bolts at either end of the cylinder and set them aside.

At the pivot end, it may be necessary to manually wiggle the broom disc to rock the pivot so you can work the bolt loose.

5. Disconnect the two hoses from the cylinder

REPLACEMENT:

1. Connect the two hoses to the replacement cylinder. 2. Use the two bolts (previously set aside) to install the replacement cylinder.

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4.12.8

Gutter Broom Bristles Replacement


Gutter broom bristles should be replaced when they are worn to approximately 8 inches in length. When gutter broom bristles are allowed to wear shorter then 8 inches, the bristles gradually become too stiff and loose their ability to flick debris. Gutter broom bristle replacement options vary. Bristle segment bases may be fabricated from wood, aluminum, or plastic; their bristles, available in a variety of different gauges and lengths, may be fabricated from metal or plastic. 1. With the gutter broom in the raised position, locate the most accessible gutter broom bristle segments. 2. Remove the three bolts that hold the first gutter broom bristle segment to the gutter broom disc, and set them aside. 3. Depending upon the type of replacement gutter broom bristle segment you use, choose one of the following to secure the segment to the gutter broom disc: Position the first replacement gutter broom bristle segment and replace the three bolts holding it to the gutter broom disc. Press all attachment nuts into place on the bottom the gutter broom-bristle segment base. Position it under the gutter broom disc, then bolt it in place.

4. Repeat steps 2 and 3 for other accessible gutter broom bristle segments. 5. Start the auxiliary engine. 6. On the cab console control panel, toggle the gutter broom switch to RUN. 7. Stop and raise the disc when other gutter broom bristle segments are accessible for replacement. 8. Repeat steps 2 through 6 to expose and replace all gutter broom bristle segments needing replacement.

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Hydraulic System Maintenance


The tank may be isolated from the rest of the system by use of a valve, located next to the hydraulic tank in the system supply line. If, for some reason, the hydraulic system needs to be opened, the valve may be closed and the draining of the tank for system maintenance purposes will be unnecessary.

We recommend the maintenance listed in the following table. Maintenance Check hydraulic system pressure and adjust as necessary. Change the hydraulic fluid and filters. Check hydraulic fluid level. Frequency As needed After the first 500 hours and thereafter every 2,000 hours Daily Section Number/Title Ref. 3.12.6, Hydraulic System Pressure Check/Adjustment 3.12.2, Hydraulic Fluid Change 3.12.1, Hydraulic Tank Fill-up

4.13.1

Hydraulic Tank Fill-Up


FILL-UP:
1. Locate the hydraulic tank on the left side of the sweeper between the power module uprights. 2. Examine the hydraulic fluid sight-level gauge located on the side of the tank. The hydraulic fluid within the glass face of the gauge allows you to determine whether the tank needs filling.

The fluid level should register at or about the high mark.

3. If the tank needs filling, locate the fill opening on top of the hydraulic tank. 4. Remove the cap.

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SCHWARZE GS6 SERIES OWNERS MANUAL 5. Use a funnel to fill the hydraulic reservoir to the desired level with one of the following: Shell Tellus 68 hydraulic fluid Citgo 68 hydraulic fluid An equivalent 20-weight (SAE) fluid

30-weight (SAE) fluid is required for any system operating with an ambient fluid temperature greater than 100 F.

6. Replace the cap.

4.13.2

Draining the Hydraulic Tank


TANK DRAINING:
1. Locate the drain hose attached to the bottom of the hydraulic tank. This drain hose exits the bottom of the tank, and is usually stored between the uprights and engine, or run down the back of the power module beside the fan house. 2. Place a 25 gallon capacity container on the ground, positioning it below the drain. 3. Remove the JIC plug from the end of the drain hose. 4. Allow all the fluid to drain. 5. Reattach the JIC plug to the end of the drain hose.

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Hydraulic Fluid Change


Hydraulic fluid should be changed when: Maintenance records show that the new sweeper has completed its first 500 hours of operation Thereafter, maintenance records should show that the sweeper has been operated 2,000 hours since its last hydraulic fluid change. If the hydraulic fluid becomes cloudy, water has contaminated the system.

If the hydraulic oil contains water, be sure to determine the source of the water contamination before changing the hydraulic oil.

FLUID CHANGE:
1. Drain the hydraulic tank by following the procedures outlined in Section 3.12.2, DRAINING THE HYDRAULIC TANK. 2. Refill the hydraulic tank with one of the following: Shell Tellus 68 hydraulic fluid Citgo 68 hydraulic fluid An equivalent 20-weight (SAE) fluid

30-weight (SAE) fluid is required for any system operating with an ambient fluid temperature greater than 100 F.

3. Choose one: If you intend to reuse the hydraulic fluid just drained, filter it. If you do not intend to reuse the hydraulic fluid just drained, transfer it to a closed container approved by local, state and federal environmental agencies and deliver it to the appropriate disposal site.

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4.13.4

Hydraulic Suction Strainer


Replace or clean the suction filter after the first 500 hours of operation, then every 2000 hours thereafter.

REPLACEMENT:
1. Drain the hydraulic tank following the procedures outlined in Section 3.12.3, DRAINING THE HYDRAULIC TANK. 2. Locate the suction filter. Its large bushing-like head may be seen protruding from the suction lines tank flange located near the bottom of the hydraulic tank. 3. Remove the suction hose and its fittings from the center of the strainer. 4. Unscrew the strainer from the hydraulic tank. 5. Examine the suction strainer. 6. Choose one: If the strainer is clogged, clean it with an approved cleaning solvent. If the strainer is damaged, replace it with an S-5 strainer. 7. Screw the cleaned or replacement strainer into the tank. 8. Reattach the hose and its fittings to the center of the strainer.

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Hydraulic Return Filter


Change the return filter after the first 500 hours of operation, then every 2000 hours thereafter.

REPLACEMENT:
1. Locate the return filter. 2. Unscrew the old canister from the filter head. 3. Fasten the replacement filter canister to the filter head.

4.13.6

Hydraulic System Pressure Check/Adjustment


The hydraulic system runs at a MAXIMUM operating hydraulic pressure of 2500 psi. Only when the hydraulic system is under load, such as when the head is against the upstops and continues to be raised, will the system reach this psi. Normally, the operating hydraulic pressure falls well below this.

HYDRAULIC PUMP PRESSURE CHECK


When hydraulic cylinders and hydraulic motors will not function properly, there may be a hydraulic pump pressure problem. Before making any adjustments, always check the electric and hydraulic systems for loose connections. Check the hydraulic fittings and hoses for leaks. Also, check the fluid for contamination and proper fill level. Increasing the pump pressure due to loose fittings, leaking hoses, contaminated fluid or a clogged filter can cause damage to the pump and other sweeper components. If, after making all possible hydraulic checks, you still believe there is a problem with low fluid pressure from the pump, two people can easily verify the pumps fluid pressure. The procedure is as follows:

PRESSURE VERIFICATION:
1. Use a gauge to check the pumps output pressure. A convenient test nipple, located on the pressure port fittings of the hydraulic manifold, has been provided for easy pressure testing. Attach a pressure gauge (able to measure at least 3000 psi) to the test nipple.

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SCHWARZE GS6 SERIES OWNERS MANUAL 2. Start the auxiliary engine and throttle up to approximately 2200 RPMs. 3. Have a helper hold the gutter broom switch in the raise position and continue to hold the switch in this position even after the gutter broom is fully raised. 4. Check the pressure gauge; it should read 2500 psi while the switch is being held on. When the switch is released, the pressure gauge reading should change to about 800 psi. 5. The hydraulic system pressure is pre-set to 2500 psi. If the pressure gauge reading is considerably different, you need to contact the factory.

4.13.7

Directional Valve Override


In the hydraulic system, fluid flow is used to control the various hydraulic functions. It is the task of the valves to determine fluid flow. If the valve is faulty and unable to control the hydraulic function, the valves hydraulic function cannot operate properly.

OVERRIDE CHECK:
1. Locate a valve attached to the manifold block on the front left side of the power module. One plug attaches electrical wires to each solenoid valve coil. Each plug contains a small light that illuminates whenever that solenoid is electrically activated.

2. With the auxiliary engine running, toggle the in-cab console control panel switch that controls the hydraulic function for that particular directional valve. With the auxiliary engine off, toggle the auxiliary pump switch, as well as the in-cab console control panel switch to operate a given function. The light should illuminate, indicating power is being supplied to the directional valve. If the light does not operate, the directional valve is not receiving power and the problem is electrical. If the directional valve light operates when the in cab console control panel switch is toggled, the problem may be within the directional valve. 3. Essential cylinder valves are equipped with manual override valve stems. To operate a function, push or pull the override stem to activate the valve. In conjunction, the Blocking Valve override must be pressed to build pressure for the function to operate. Manual overrides should only be used for testing purposes or in case of an emergency.

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4.14

Dust Suppression System Maintenance


For dust suppression during sweeping operations, water flows from the 220 gallon reservoir and through the Y strainer and the hydraulically-driven water pump. Then, it goes through the water manifold and hoses to the spray nozzles. Depending upon where dust suppression is needed, water may be directed from the sweeper console to any or all of the following: The nozzles in the front spray bar Gutter broom dual-body spray nozzles Hopper nozzles on the intake tube Nozzles placed at the four corners of the head Water being drawn from the water reservoir to the water pump passes through the Y strainer screen, trapping and preventing debris from reaching the rest of the dust suppression system. Because the Y strainer traps debris that could clog spray nozzles, it must be cleaned daily. We recommend the maintenance listed in the following table. Maintenance Clean the Y strainer. Inspect and clean the nozzles. Winterize the system. Frequency Daily Daily As needed Section Number/Title Ref. 3.13.3, Y Strainer Cleaning, Y Strainer Replacement 3.13.6, Nozzle Cleaning Replacement 3.17.7, Dust Suppression System Winterizing

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4.14.1

Water Reservoir Refill


To refill the water reservoir, use the 25-foot hose, stowed in the hose rack beneath the water reservoir tray on the right side of the sweeper.

REPLACEMENT:

1. Turn on the hydrant and allow the water to run for a short interval so any rust and/or sediment trapped in the water line can be cleared.

WARNING

An uncleared water line can introduce debris to the sweepers water system, necessitating further cleaning and exposing the sweeper to possible damage.

2. Remove the 2-1/2 hydrant hose from its storage rack beneath the right side of the water reservoir tray and attach its end to the hydrant. The opposing hose end is attached to the pipe feeding the air-gapped fill opening of the reservoir. 3. Allow the reservoir to fill until water gushes from its overflow.

4.14.2

Water Manifold Solenoid Cleaning


The water manifold solenoid should be cleaned when one of the following conditions exists: Water leaks (perhaps even sprays weakly) from nozzles for that solenoid, indicating that the solenoid does not fully close. Little or no water flows from the nozzles for that solenoid, indicating that the solenoid does not fully open. Before you use the following procedures, thoroughly check the following: Electrical circuit related to the faulty valve Possible clogged nozzles

CAUTION WARNING

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CAUTION

Be very careful not to damage the sleeve seat or plunger face. If you mar either surface, you must replace the entire sleeve and plunger assembly. If you must remove the entire valve assembly from the line, be very careful that no foreign matter gets into the valve. During reconnection, pipe-thread chips in either the seat or the soft inserts will cause valve malfunction. Order replacement parts bearing the valve number, voltage, and frequency specified on the name plate.

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CAUTION

Do NOT connect the valve to the electrical circuit.

11. Before you tighten the sleeve assembly to the body, choose one: If the valve has a sleeve port, cap the port and apply pressure to the port leading to the body chamber. If the media is air or gas, apply water to the joint and watch for air bubbles. 12. Reattach the name plate, coil, and housing to the body. 13. Carefully tighten the nut at the top of the solenoid valve.

CAUTION

Excessive tightening of the nut can cause unnecessary strain on either the sleeve assembly or the coil under the housing.

14. Restart electrical current and pressure.

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Y Strainer Cleaning/Replacement
The dust suppression system Y strainer should be replaced when you notice damage during strainer cleaning.

CLEANING/REPLACEMENT:

Cleaning the Y strainer requires opening the Y strainer housing which, in turn, necessitates the draining of the reservoir. This procedure should be done at the end of the work shift when the reservoirs water level will be at its lowest.

1. Unscrew the bottom of the Y strainer. 2. After the water flow stops, remove the screen from inside the Y strainer housing and examine. 3. Choose one: Remove any debris inside the Y strainer and rinse the cylindrical screen. If the strainer is damaged, replace it. 4. Slip the screen back into position. 5. Reassemble the Y strainer housing.

4.14.4

Water Pump Maintenance


The water pump is a roller pump with a 3.2 gallons per minute (GPM) output at 100 PSI. Because the pump is mounted below the reservoir, it does not need priming. The only maintenance required is a monthly check of the coupling connecting the pump to its hydraulic drive motor.

WARNING

Turn OFF the auxiliary engine before you work on the water pump.

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INSPECTION:
1. Locate the spider coupling connecting the pump to its hydraulic motor. 2. If the coupling has more than 1/16 inch play between its fingers, replace it. 3. If freezing temperatures are expected, see Section 3.13.7, DUST SUPPRESSION SYSTEM WINTERIZING.

4.14.5

Water Pump Pressure Check


PRESSURE VERIFICATION:
1. Use a gauge to check the pumps output pressure. Attach a pressure gauge (able to measure at least 500 psi) to the boiler drain on the front of the fill hose storage rack. 2. Open the boiler drain. 3. Start the auxiliary engine. 4. Turn the console control panel switch, which operates the water pump drive motor, to the ON position. 5. Be sure all the console control panel switches operating the sweepers water functions are in the OFF position. 6. Read the gauge then choose one: If the gauge reads roughly 70 psi, no adjustment is needed. If the pressure gauge reading is considerably different from 70 psi, you may need to adjust the water pumps relief valve. 7. Locate the relief valve in the group of fittings attached to the pressure port of the pump. 8. Screw the jam nut away from the relief valves body. 9. Turn the hexed stem of the relief valve to adjust the water system pressure. 10. When the water pressure is roughly 70 psi, run the jam nut back against the body of the relief valve and secure in place with a drop of JB Weld.

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4.14.7

Dust Suppression System Winterizing


You must winterize whether or not you will use your sweeper during freezing temperatures. In either case, winterizing your Schwarze GS6 sweeper will help keep it in top operating condition, extending its length of service.

CAUTION

Failure to winterize the dust suppression system could result in damage to your sweeper.

Choose one: If your sweepers dust suppression system will be operated during freezing temperatures, complete the first procedure. If your sweepers dust suppression system will NOT be operated for several weeks when freezing temperatures are expected, complete the second procedure.

SYSTEM WINTERIZATION:

CAUTION

If antifreeze is to be used to protect the sweepers water system, it is imperative that it be an environmentally safe antifreeze. Common non- biodegradable antifreeze should NEVER be used in the water system.

1. Following the antifreeze manufacturers instructions, add environmentally safe antifreeze to the water by pouring it through the air-gap opening in the top of the reservoir. 2. Start the auxiliary engine following the procedures outlined in Section 2.2.2, AUXILIARY ENGINE START-UP. 3. Turn ON the water pump drive motor. 4. Turn ON all cab console control panel switches controlling water manifold solenoids. 5. Leave switches ON until the antifreeze/water mixture flows from the spray nozzles. 6. Turn OFF all cab console control panel switches controlling water manifold solenoids. 7. Turn the auxiliary engine OFF.

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SYSTEM DRAINING:
1. Unscrew the bottom of the Y strainer housing to drain the water reservoir(s). 2. After the water flow stops, reassemble the Y strainer housing. 3. Turn ON all cab console control panel switches AIR VALVE STEM controlling water manifold solenoids. 4. Connect high-pressure air to the air valve stem located near the water pump. 5. When lines have emptied, turn OFF all console control panel switches controlling water manifold solenoids. 6. Open the cock drain on the bottom of the water manifold.

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Loss Of Vacuum Power - Sweeper Not Picking Up..........................................................................................5.1 Excessive Runner Wear - Head Not Gliding Properly......................................................................................5.2 Head Drifting Down............................................................................................................................................5.3 Unusual Noise Or Vibration................................................................................................................................5.4 Sweeper Engine...................................................................................................................................................5.5 Sweeper Engine Will Not Start...............................................................................................................5.5.1 Automatic Shutdown System..................................................................................................................5.5.2 Dust Suppression System.....................................................................................................................................5.6 No Water Exiting Pump.........................................................................................................................5.6.1 One Spray Nozzle Not Working..............................................................................................................5.6.2 Only One Nozzle Will Not Come On....................................................................................................5.6.3 Low Pressure..........................................................................................................................................5.6.4 Other Symptoms....................................................................................................................................5.6.5 Hydraulic System................................................................................................................................................5.7 Extreme Heat, Unusual Noise, Poor Performance From Pump.............................................................5.7.1 Hydraulic System Will Not Operate.......................................................................................................5.7.2 Gutter Broom.......................................................................................................................................................5.8 Broom Disc Spins Too Slowly................................................................................................................5.8.1 Broom Hits Frame...................................................................................................................................5.8.2 Debris Trails Between Broom Disc & Side Of Sweeping Head............................................................5.8.3 Broom Disc Stalls In Heavy Debris........................................................................................................5.8.4 Broom Flings Debris Back Into Gutter...................................................................................................5.8.5 Broom Flings Debris Across Street.........................................................................................................5.8.6 Broom Spins But Will Not Extend/Retract.............................................................................................5.8.7 Broom Operates But Will Not Lift.........................................................................................................5.8.8 Broom Spins But Will Not Lower...........................................................................................................5.8.9 Broom Raises But Leaks Down Immediately.......................................................................................5.8.10 Broom Operates But Disc Does Not Spin............................................................................................5.8.11 Broom Drops But Will Not Otherwise Operate....................................................................................5.8.12 Broom Will Not Drop Or Otherwise Operate.......................................................................................5.8.13

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5.1

Loss of Vacuum Power - Sweeper Not Picking Up


CAUSE 1. Sweeping too fast 2. Sweeper engine throttle position too low 3. Head not fully lowered 4. Worn flaps or skid plates out of adjustment 5. Faulty seal (fan, intake or door) 6. Torn Hose(s) 7. Improper Head spring tension 8. Bent or uneven drag arms 9. Blast orifice too wide 10. Blocked intake inlet 11. Blocked screen 12. Blocked intake tube 13. Loose drive belt 14. Low auxiliary engine RPM 15. Fan housing exhaust door bleeder set wrong 16. Worn fan 17. Fan not located properly within fan housing 18. Holes in hopper or fan housing 19. Blast orifice distance to sweeping surface incorrect SOLUTION 1. Slow down 2. Throttle sweeper engine up 3. Lower head completely 4. a. Adjust side plates b. Replace flaps 5. Replace seal(s) 6. Replace Hose(s) 7. Adjust head spring tension 8. Straighten or replace drag arm 9. Be sure orifice opening is roughly 3/4 Check for blockage in opening 10. Remove Hose and clean debris from intake inlet 11. Remove blockage 12. Remove blockage 13. Tighten belt 14. Seek service 15. Reset exhaust door bleeder 16. Replace fan 17. Adjust fan or back plate 18. Repair Holes 19. Adjust skids

5.2

Excessive Runner Wear - Head Not Gliding Properly


CAUSE 1. Improper head spring tension 2. Bent or uneven drag arms 3. Improper side plate adjustment 4. Bent head channel SOLUTION 1. Adjust head spring tension 2. Straighten or replace drag arms 3. Adjust side plates 4. Straighten or replace head channel

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Head Drifting Down


CAUSE 1. Leaking sweeping head cylinder seal 2. P.O. check valve stuck open SOLUTION 1. Rework seals 2. Replace or clean

5.4

Unusual Noise or Vibration


CAUSE 1. Worn bearing(s) 2. Fan out of balance 3. Fan shifted within housing 4. Loose drive belt 5. Loose bolts 6. Fan blades worn or broken 7. Engine 8. Loose shaft bearing bolts SOLUTION 1. Replace bearing(s) 2. Clean debris, rebalance or replace fan 3. Reposition fan 4. Tighten drive belt 5. Tighten bolts 6. Replace fan 7. Locate, determine problem, repair 8. Tighten bolts

5.5

Sweeper Engine

5.5.1

Sweeper Engine Will Not Start


CAUSE 1. Dead battery 2. Bad starter solenoid 3. No power to console 4. No power to Engine 5. No power to shutdown solenoid 6. No fuel 7. Improper starting procedure 8. Loose battery connector SOLUTION 1. Charge or replace battery 2. Replace solenoid 3. Find break in wire, reconnect, check breaker 4. Check plug at front of auxiliary engine connect the engine wiring harness to main sweeper harness 5. Check engine module wiring 6. Fill fuel system 7. Consult engine owner's manual 8. Tighten connector

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5.5.2

Automatic Shutdown System


For troubleshooting the 115 HP automatic shutdown system, see the engine manual. For troubleshooting the 80 HP automatic shutdown system, see Section 4.10.

5.6

Dust Suppression System

5.6.1

No Water Exiting Pump


CAUSE 1. Out of water 2. Suction line clogged 3. Air leak in line 4. Pump shaft not turning SOLUTION 1. Refill tank 2. Clean 'Y' strainer 3. Tighten plumbing 4. Check motor and electrical circuit

5.6.2

One Spray Nozzle Not Working


CAUSE 1. Clogged strainer at nozzle 2. Crimped or clogged water line 3. Nozzle valve not on SOLUTION 1. Clean or replace nozzle strainer 2. Uncrimp or unclog line 3. Switch nozzle valve on

5.6.3

Only One Nozzle Will Come On


CAUSE 1. Clogged strainer at nozzle 2. No water 3. Wiring on solenoid 4. Bad solenoid SOLUTION 1. Clean 'Y' and then clean or replace nozzle strainer 2. Refill water system 3. Check power wire and ground, repair as needed 4. Replace solenoid

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Low Pressure
CAUSE 1. Worn nozzle 2. Air leak in inlet plumbing 3. RPM's too low SOLUTION 1. Replace with nozzle of proper size 2. Disassemble, reseal and reassemble 3. Raise engine RPM's

5.6.5

Other Symptoms
See water pump manual

5.7

Hydraulic System

5.7.1

Extreme Heat, Unusual Noise, Poor Performance From Pump


CAUSE 1. Reservoir cap is not vented 2. Dirty hydraulic oil 3. Low oil level 4. Bad pump 5. Bad hydraulic motor SOLUTION 1. Replace cap with vented equivalent 2. Remove filters and clean or replace; change oil 3. Check oil and fill as needed 4. Repair or replace pump 5. Rebuild or replace motor

5.7.2

Hydraulic System Will Not Operate


CAUSE 1. Mechanical pump not being powered 2. Directional valve faulty or has poor ground 3. Major leak in hydraulic system 4. Hydraulic pump pressure too low 5. Leaking cylinder seals SOLUTION 1. Engine must be operating; determine reason pump is not being driven and repair accordingly 2. Check electrical components or replace valve 3. Repair leak 4. Adjust pump pressure(relief valve in manifold) 5. Replace seals or seed service

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Gutter Broom

5.8.1

Broom Disc Spins Too Slowly


CAUSE 1. Sweeper engine throttle position 2. Fluid viscosity is too high for operating temperature 3. Outside temperature low 4. Broom hydraulic motor is bad SOLUTION 1. Throttle up; sweeper engine speed is too low 2. Replace with lighter weight oil 3. Run auxiliary engine longer before using gutter broom to warm up hydraulic oil 4. Rebuild or replace motor

5.8.2

Broom Hits Frame


CAUSE 1. Inner cylinder broom stroke is too short 2. Spring tension too light SOLUTION 1. Screw rod end toward cylinder to lengthen stroke 2. Adjust spring tension

5.8.3

Debris Trails Between Broom Disc and Side of Sweeping Head


CAUSE 1. Improper broom head adjustment 2. Broom arm with optional GEO extended too far 3. Broom bristles worn SOLUTION 1. Adjust broom head tilt 2. Adjust GEO 3. Replace Bristles

5.8.4

Broom Disc Stalls In Heavy Debris


CAUSE 1. Pressure to broom motor too low 2. Motor or pump seals leaking 3. Too much down pressure SOLUTION 1. Adjust relief pressure 2. Seek service 3. Adjust

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Broom Flings Debris Back Into Gutter


CAUSE 1. Broom disc adjusted too flat SOLUTION 1. Adjust broom disc

5.8.6

Broom Flings Debris Across Street


CAUSE 1. Tilt angle of broom head too great 2. Center flap worn or damaged SOLUTION 1. Adjust broom head 2. Replace

5.8.7

Broom Spins But Will Not Extend/Retract


CAUSE SOLUTION 1. The inside of the cylinders hydraulic hose or fitting 1. Clear blockage is blocked 2. Directional valve malfunctioning 2. Check directional valve. Replace if needed 3. Lock valve not functioning 3. Clean or replace

5.8.8

Broom Operates But Will Not Lift


CAUSE 1. Switch or directional valve wire loose or bad connection 2. Block solenoid valve 3. Leaking cylinder seals (fluid loss out of port) 4. Mechanical bind SOLUTION 1. Check wiring 2. Replace valve 3. Replace seals 4. Check broom hardware for binds

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5.8.9

Broom Spins But Will Not Lower


CAUSE 1. Solenoid valves electrical circuit complete 2. Bad solenoid valve cartridge 3. Mechanical bind SOLUTION 1. Complete circuit 2. Replace cartridge 3. Check broom hardware for binds

5.8.10

Broom Raises But Leaks Down Immediately


CAUSE 1. Solenoid valve stuck open 2. Leaking cylinder seals (fluid loss out port vent) SOLUTION 1. Clean valve or replace 2. Replace seals

5.8.11

Broom Operates But Disc Does Not Spin


CAUSE 1. Bad broom motor SOLUTION 1. Service or replace motor

5.8.12

Broom Drops But Will Not Otherwise Operate


CAUSE 1. Directional valves electrical circuit is incomplete 2. Directional valve ports blocked 3. Bad pump or motor SOLUTION 1. Complete circuit 2. Seek service 3. Service or replace pump or motor

5.8.13

Broom Will Not Drop or Otherwise Operate


CAUSE 1. Tripped circuit breaker 2. Bad switch 3. Directional valve wiring bad SOLUTION 1. Reset circuit breaker 2. Replace switch 3. Check directional valve wiring circuit

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Table of Contents Section 6 Parts


12V Standard Unit..............................................................................................................................................6.1 24V Standard Unit..............................................................................................................................................6.2 Frame Assembly..................................................................................................................................................6.3 Skid Tie Down Kit...............................................................................................................................................6.4 Install, IH Truck Kit...........................................................................................................................................6.5 Install, FSR Isuzu Truck Kit..............................................................................................................................6.6 Install, Universal Truck Kit...............................................................................................................................6.7 Install, Conventional Chassis Extension...........................................................................................................6.8 Install, Cabover Chassis Extension...................................................................................................................6.9 Install, Isuzu Conventional Chassis Extension...............................................................................................6.10 Install, Isuzu Cabover Chassis Extension.......................................................................................................6.11 12V Isuzu Console Assembly............................................................................................................................6.12 56 Gallon Fuel Tank Assembly.........................................................................................................................6.13 Install, Battery Box Assembly..........................................................................................................................6.14 LH Toolbox Assembly.......................................................................................................................................6.15 RH Toolbox Assembly.......................................................................................................................................6.16 Head, LH Pickup..............................................................................................................................................6.17 Head, RH Pickup.............................................................................................................................................6.18 Install, Head Assembly, LH Pickup.................................................................................................................6.19 Install, Head Assembly, RH Pickup................................................................................................................6.20 Head, LH Caster Assembly..............................................................................................................................6.21 Head, RH Caster Assembly..............................................................................................................................6.22 Install, Caster Head Assembly, LH Pick Up...................................................................................................6.23 Install, Caster Head Assembly, RH Pick Up...................................................................................................6.24 Center Divider Install.......................................................................................................................................6.25 Head Cylinder Assembly..................................................................................................................................6.26 Head Flap Indicator..........................................................................................................................................6.27 G/B Assembly, LH.............................................................................................................................................6.28 G/B Assembly, RH.............................................................................................................................................6.29 28 Gutter Broom Disc Assembly....................................................................................................................6.30 Gutter Broom, Steel Bristles............................................................................................................................6.31 Gutter Broom Tilt Assembly............................................................................................................................6.32 Manual Tilt Assembly.......................................................................................................................................6.33 LH G/B Tilt, Install...........................................................................................................................................6.34 RH G/B Tilt, Install...........................................................................................................................................6.35 Hopper Assembly, LH P/U MS.......................................................................................................................6.36 Hopper Assembly, RH P/U MS.......................................................................................................................6.37 Hopper Assembly, LH P/U SS.........................................................................................................................6.38 Hopper Assembly, RH P/U SS........................................................................................................................6.39 LH Hopper Cylinder Assembly.......................................................................................................................6.40 RH Hopper Cylinder Assembly.......................................................................................................................6.41 GS6 Hopper Spraybar Install..........................................................................................................................6.42 version 1 09/10 2010 SCHWARZE INDUSTRIES, INC.

SCHWARZE GS6 SERIES OWNERS MANUAL Install, Hand Hose, LH 12V...........................................................................................................................6.43 Install, Hand Hose, RH 12V............................................................................................................................6.44 Install, Hand Hose, LH 24V.............................................................................................................................6.45 Install, Hand Hose Assembly, 24V..................................................................................................................6.46 Hopper Drain Install .........................................................................................................................................6.47 Roof JD 115 Install............................................................................................................................................6.48 M/S Roof JD 115 Install....................................................................................................................................6.49 Roof Isuzu 4JJ1 Install......................................................................................................................................6.50 M/S Roof Isuzu 4JJ1 Install .............................................................................................................................6.51 Engine Kit, 12V JD T3.....................................................................................................................................6.52 Engine Kit, 24V JD T3......................................................................................................................................6.53 Isuzu 4JJI 12V Engine Kit...............................................................................................................................6.54 LH Power Module Assembly............................................................................................................................6.55 RH Power Module Assembly............................................................................................................................6.56 Spindle Fan Assembly.......................................................................................................................................6.57 Water System.....................................................................................................................................................6.58 12V Water System Kit......................................................................................................................................6.59 24V Water System Kit......................................................................................................................................6.60 LH Water Fill Pipe Assembly...........................................................................................................................6.61 RH Water Fill Pipe Assembly...........................................................................................................................6.62 LH Water Fill Pipe Install................................................................................................................................6.63 RH Water Fill Pipe Install................................................................................................................................6.64 Water Tank Vent...............................................................................................................................................6.65 Install, Front Spraybar.....................................................................................................................................6.66 Water Filter Assembly......................................................................................................................................6.67 12V Water Manifold Assembly 12V.................................................................................................................6.68 Water Manifold Assembly 24V.........................................................................................................................6.69 24V Water Pump Assembly 12V......................................................................................................................6.70 Water Pump Assembly 24V..............................................................................................................................6.71 Connector, Hose, AHH Assembly...................................................................................................................6.72 Dust Separator Door Assembly........................................................................................................................6.73 Manifold Assembly, Front, GS.......................................................................................................................6.74 Manifold Assembly, Rear.................................................................................................................................6.75 Manifold Assembly, G/B..................................................................................................................................6.76 Hydraulic Tank Assembly................................................................................................................................6.77 Pump, 24V Hydraulic Auxiliary.....................................................................................................................6.78 Hydraulic Manifold Assembly.........................................................................................................................6.79 12V Auxiliary Pump Assembly..........................................................................................................................6.80 Bleeder Indicator Install...................................................................................................................................6.81 12V Hydraulic Components Assembly............................................................................................................6.82 24V Hydraulic Components Assembly............................................................................................................6.83 12V Hydraulic Manifold Assembly..................................................................................................................6.84 Standard Hose Kit............................................................................................................................................6.85 12V Rear Beacon Install...................................................................................................................................6.86 24V Rear Beacon Install...................................................................................................................................6.87 Rear Beacon Install...........................................................................................................................................6.88 12VDC Incandescent Work Light...................................................................................................................6.89 24VDC Incandescent Work Light...................................................................................................................6.90 12VDC Gutter Broom Led 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24VDC Gutter Broom Led Light.....................................................................................................................6.92 12V Incandescent Front Flood Light..............................................................................................................6.93 24V Incandescent Front Flood Light..............................................................................................................6.94 12V LED Front Flood Light.............................................................................................................................6.95 24V LED Front Flood Light .............................................................................................................................6.96 12V Hopper Lights............................................................................................................................................6.97 24V Hopper Lights............................................................................................................................................6.98 12V Incandescent Broom Light.......................................................................................................................6.99 24V Incandescent Broom Light.....................................................................................................................6.100 12V LED Broom Light...................................................................................................................................6.101 24V LED Broom Light...................................................................................................................................6.102 12V Incandescent Dump Lights.....................................................................................................................6.103 24V Incandescent Dump Lights.....................................................................................................................6.104 12V LED Dump Lights...................................................................................................................................6.105 24V LED Dump Lights...................................................................................................................................6.106 12V Rear Bumper............................................................................................................................................6.107 24V Rear Bumper............................................................................................................................................6.108 12V Rear Bumper Install...............................................................................................................................6.109 24V Rear Bumper Install................................................................................................................................6.110 Unit Decal Kit..................................................................................................................................................6.111 Decal Kit...........................................................................................................................................................6.112

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6.1 GS6 12V Standard Unit

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6.1 GS6 12V Standard Unit


Item No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Part Number 205A10 205A26 205A27 205A33 205A34 205A30 205A52 205A04 205A86 28687 203B15 62451

Description Frame Assembly, Gs6 LH Toolbox Assembly, Gs RH Toolbox Assembly, GS Install, Center Divider Install, Battery Box Assembly 12V Water System Kit, Gs6 12V Hydraulic Components Assembly Water Tank Assembly GS6 Decal Kit Actuator, 4" A7-A8 Docking List Fender, Global Sweeper

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6.2 GS6 24V Standard Unit

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6.2 GS6 24V Standard Unit


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6.2 GS6 24V Standard Unit


Item No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Part Number 205A10 205A26 205A27 205A33 205A34 205A04 205A51 205A29 205A86 62644 203B15 62451

Description Frame Assembly, GS6 LH Toolbox Assembly, GS RH Toolbox Assembly, GS Install, Center Divider Install, Battery Box Assembly Water Tank Assembly 24V Hydraulic Components Assembly 24V Water System Kit, GS6 GS6 Decal Kit Actuator, 4" W/Plugs 500 Lbs, A7-A8 Docking List Fender, Global Sweeper

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6.3 GS6 Frame Assembly

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6.3 GS6 Frame Assembly


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6.3 GS6 Frame Assembly


Item No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Part Number 300506 300539 23229 300605 3003742 3003739 3003993 Description Frame, Main, GS Bracket, Transition Tube Mount Bearing, Fl, 1 x 1.25 x .125 Weld, Headstop Frame Mount Spring Hanger Bracket, LH, Front Plate, Transition Tube Mount Stand Off, Head Cylinder

Quantity 1 EA 1 EA 4 EA 2 EA 4 EA 1 EA 2 EA

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6.4 GS6 Skid Tie Down Kit

205B15

UNIVERSAL TIEDOWN KIT, TO BE SHIPPED WITH SKID BUILD GS6 FOR MOUNTING ON VARIOUS FRAME WIDTHS. KIT ALLOWS GS6 TO BE MOUNTED ON A CHASSIS FRAME WIDTH OF 32" TO 34". GS6 CHASSIS IS 33" WIDE

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6.4 GS6 Skid Tie Down Kit


Item No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Part Number 3003967 3003968 3004233 3004234 3004235 3004236 3004237

Description Tie Down G/S Spacer, Tiedown, 3/16" GS6 Frame Spacer, Tiedown, 1/8" GS6 Frame Spacer, Tiedown, 1/4" GS6 Frame Spacer, Tiedown, 1/8" Truck Frame Spacer, Tiedown, 1/4" Truck Frame Spacer, Tiedown, 3/16" Truck Frame

Quantity 6 EA 6 EA 6 EA 6 EA 6 EA 6 EA 6 EA

205B15

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6.5 GS6 Install, IH Truck Kit

205B22

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Item No. Part Number 1 3003967 2 3004234 * Items Not Shown * 205B16 * 650718

Description Tie Down G/S Spacer, Tiedown, 1/4" Gs6 Frame

Quantity 6 EA 12 EA 1 EA 1 EA

205B22

Extension Harness 8' Stand, Console Base, Conventional Cab

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6.6 GS6 Install, FSR Isuzu Truck Kit

205B23

EXT HARNESS AND CONSOLE STAND NOT SHOWN

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6.6 GS6 Install, FSR Isuzu Truck Kit


Item No. Part Number 1 3003967 * Items Not Shown * 650718 * 205B17 Description Tie Down G/S

Quantity 6 EA

205B23

Stand, Console Base, Conventional Cab 1 EA Install, 15' Ext Harness 1 EA

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6.7 GS6 Install, Universal Truck Kit

205B24

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6.7 GS6 Install, Universal Truck Kit


Item No. 1 2 Part Number 205B15 650718

Description Tiedown Kit, GS6 Skid Stand, Console Base, Conventional Cab

Quantity 1 EA 1 EA

205B24

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6.8 GS6 Install, Conventional Chassis Extension


Part Number 62944 Description Harness, GS6 Extension, 8'

Quantity 1 EA

205B16

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6.9 GS6 Install, Cabover Chassis Extension


Part Number 62855 Description Harness, GS6 Extension, 15'

Quantity 1 EA

205B17

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6.10 GS6 Install, Isuzu Conventional Chassis Extension


Part Number 62937 Description Isuzu 4Jj1 8' Extension Harness Quantity 1 EA

205B10

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6.11 GS6 Install, Isuzu Cabover Chassis Extension


Part Number 62938 Description Isuzu 4Jj1 15' Extension Harness

Quantity 1 EA

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6.12 GS6 12V Isuzu Console Assembly

205A42

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6.12 GS6 12V Isuzu Console Assembly


Item No. Part Number 1 62772 2 61932 3 650607 * Items Not Shown * 300682 * 300683 * 300684 * 300685 * 300686 * 300687

Description Console, 12V Isuzu 4Jj1, Gs6 12 Position Locking Seat Swivel Bracket, Console Mount, M6CO 2009 Cable, Battery to Starter, Isuzu 4Jj1 Cable, Ground to Isuzu Engine Ground Cable, Ground to Sweeper Frame Cable, Starter, Isuzu to Dc Pump+ Cable, DC Pump-To Isuzu Bell Housing Cable, Isuzu Alternator to Battery

Quantity 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA

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6.13 GS6 56 Gallon Fuel Tank Assembly

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6.13 GS6 56 Gallon Fuel Tank Assembly


Item No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Part Number 62197 21342 20975 21349 20136 20133 20064 62852 20070

Description Tank,56 Gallon Diesel Fuel Reducer, 1/2 Mnpt x 1/4 Fnpt, Brass Elbow, 3/8 " Npt Street Brass Bushing, 3/8 Mnpt x 1/4 Fnpt Brass Barb, 5/16 Hose x 1/4 Mnpt Elbow, 90, 1/4 Mnpt x Fnpt Barb, 1/4 Hose x 1/4 Mnpt Sender, Diesel, GS6 Australia 3/8 Hose x 1/4 Male Pipe Hose

Quantity 1 EA 3 EA 2 EA 2 EA 2 EA 2 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA

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6.14 GS6 Install, Battery Box Assembly

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6.14 GS6 Install, Battery Box Assembly


Item No. Part Number 1 3003962 2 522924 3 3003963 4 5214227 5 23132 6 5217588 7 24102 * Items Not Shown * 21550

Description Battery Box Mount Bracket, LH Weld, Battery Box, IH-08 Battery Box Mount Bracket, RH Top, Battery Box Rubber Hood Latch Tiedown, Battery, IH, -08 Flap, 1/8 x 14 Skirtboard Trim Loc. C Style Edge

Quantity 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 16 EA 2 EA

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6.15 GS6 LH Toolbox Assembly

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6.15 GS6 LH Toolbox Assembly


Item No. Part Number 1 300568 2 300570 3 29138 4 300542 5 300543 * Item Not Shown * 25947 Description Weld, Toolbox, LH, GS Weld, Door, Toolbox, LH, GS T-Handle Latch Bracket, LH Rear Toolbox Mount Bracket, RH Front Toolbox Mount Epdm D-Shaped Gasket Seal

Quantity 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 84 IN

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6.16 GS6 RH Toolbox Assembly

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6.16 GS6 RH Toolbox Assembly


Item No. Part Number 1 300569 2 300571 3 29138 4 300541 5 300544 * Items Not Shown * 25947

Description Weld, Toolbox, RH, GS Weld, Door, Toolbox, RH, GS T-Handle Latch Bracket, RH Rear Toolbox Mount Bracket, LH Front Toolbox Mount Epdm D-Shaped Gasket Seal

Quantity 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 84 IN

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6.17 GS6 Head, LH Pickup

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6.17 GS6 Head, LH Pickup


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6.17 GS6 Head, LH Pickup


Item No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 Part Number 300516 3003548 3003549 300513 3003678 3003681 3003682 300509 300510 300597 62361 62362 62360 5210390 54240 20143 20141 24087 20441 20420 20408 20407 31593 Description Sweep Head Weldment, LH, GS Rubber Cover Clamp, Head, GS Front Flap Clamp Strip, GS Front Flap Shaft Weldment, GS Blast Rubber Cartridge Pl, GS Inspection Plate, GS Fixing Strip, Global Sweeper RH Low Mount Upstop Weldment, GS LH Low Mount Upstop Weldment, GS Skid Assembly, GS Rear Flap, GS Head Rubber Blast Orifice, GS Head Front Flap, GS Head Rubber Bumper, 'D' 2 x 12 Adapter, 1/4 NPT x 3/8 P2C Elbow, 45, 14 NPT Street Brass Female Tee, Econo Nptf, 1/4" Elbow, 90 Deg., 1/4 Fpt x 1/4 Fpt Spray Tip, Brass 8002 Spray Tip Retainer Spray, Tip 1/4 Mpt Spray Tip Filter, 100 Mesh Flat Washer 3/8

Quantity 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 2 EA 2 EA 1 EA 1 EA 2 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 2 EA 7 EA 7 EA 3 EA 1 EA 4 EA 4 EA 4 EA 4 EA 4 EA

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6.18 GS6 Head, RH Pickup


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6.18 GS6 Head, RH Pickup


Item No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 Part Number 300552 300510 300509 3003506 300595 300597 3003678 3003682 3003548 3003681 62360 62361 62362 20408 20420 20441 31593 20407 20141 24087 20143 54240 5210390 Description Sweep Head Weldment, RH, GS LH Low Mount Upstop Weldment, GS RH Low Mount Upstop Weldment, GS Deflector Plate, GS Shaft Weldment, Sweep Head, RH, Skid Assembly, GS Blast Rubber Cartridge Pl, GS Fixing Strip, Global Sweeper Rubber Cover Clamp, Head, GS Inspection Plate, GS Front Flap, GS Head Rear Flap, GS Head Rubber Blast Orifice, GS Head Spray, Tip 1/4 Mpt Spray Tip Retainer Spray Tip, Brass 8002 Flat Washer 3/8 Spray Tip Filter, 100 Mesh Female Tee, Econo Nptf, 1/4" Elbow, 90 Deg., 1/4 Fpt x 1/4 Fpt Elbow, 45, 14 Npt Street Brass Adapter, 1/4 Npt x 3/8 P2C Rubber Bumper, 'D' 2 x 12

Quantity 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 2 EA 1 EA 3 EA 1 EA 2 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 4 EA 4 EA 4 EA 4 EA 4 EA 3 EA 1 EA 7 EA 7 EA 2 EA

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6.19 GS6 Install, Head Assembly, LH Pickup

205A68

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6.19 GS6 Install, Head Assembly, LH Pickup

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6.19 GS6 Install, Head Assembly, LH Pickup

205A68

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6.19 GS6 Install, Head Assembly, LH Pickup


Item No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Part Number 205A00 522887 522891 522888 522892 300537 3004218 21049 21048 24049

Description Head, LH Stadard Assembly, Global Sweeper Drag Arm, RS, Straight Section Bent Section, LH Drag Arm, RS, Straight Section Bent Section, RS Transition Tube, LH, GS Plate, Drag Arm Mount, GS6 Hose, 14" Dia. x 38", 3" Cuff Hose, 14 x 26 x 3 H/D 14-3/4" T-Bolt Clamp

Quantity 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 2 EA 1 EA 1 EA 4 EA

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6.20 GS6 Install, Head Assembly, RH Pickup

205A69

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6.20 GS6 Install, Head Assembly, RH Pickup


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6.20 GS6 Install, Head Assembly, RH Pickup

205A69

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6.20 GS6 Install, Head Assembly, RH Pickup


Item No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Part Number 205A21 522888 522892 522887 522891 300538 3004218 21049 21048 24049

Description Head, RH Pick Up Assembly, GS Drag Arm, RS, Straight Section Bent Section, RS Drag Arm, RS, Straight Section Bent Section, LH Transition Tube, RH, GS Plate, Drag Arm Mount, GS6 Hose, 14" Dia. x 38", 3" Cuff Hose, 14 x 26 x 3 H/D 14-3/4" T-Bolt Clamp

Quantity 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 2 EA 1 EA 1 EA 4 EA

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6.21 GS6 Head, LH Caster Assembly

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6.21 GS6 Head, LH Caster Assembly

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6.21 GS6 Head, LH Caster Assembly

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6.21 GS6 Head, LH Caster Assembly


Item No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 Part Number 300516 3003548 3003549 300513 3003678 3003681 3003682 300509 300510 62361 62362 62360 5210390 54240 20143 20141 24087 20441 20420 20408 20407 31593 62742 3004200 300673 300674

Description Sweep Head Weldment, LH, GS Rubber Cover Clamp, Head, GS Front Flap Clamp Strip, GS Front Flap Shaft Weldment, GS Blast Rubber Cartridge Pl, GS Inspection Plate, GS Fixing Strip, Global Sweeper RH Low Mount Upstop Weldment, GS LH Low Mount Upstop Weldment, GS Rear Flap, GS Head Rubber Blast Orifice, GS Head Front Flap, GS Head Rubber Bumper, 'D' 2 x 12 Adapter,1/4 NPT x 3/8 P2c Elbow, 45, 14 NPT Street Brass Female Tee, Econo NPTF, 1/4" Elbow, 90 Deg., 1/4 FPT x 1/4 FPT Spray Tip, Brass 8002 Spray Tip Retainer Spray, Tip 1/4 MPT Spray Tip Filter, 100 Mesh Flat Washer 3/8 Caster, 2" x 6" Urethane 1200# Flap, Caster Skid Rubber Weld, Caster Adjust Bracket Weld, Caster Skid Plate, GS6

Quantity 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 2 EA 2 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 2 EA 7 EA 7 EA 3 EA 1 EA 4 EA 4 EA 4 EA 4 EA 4 EA 4 EA 2 EA 4 EA 2 EA

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6.22 GS6 Head, RH Caster Assembly

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6.22 GS6 Head, RH Caster Assembly


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6.22 GS6 Head, RH Caster Assembly


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6.22 GS6 Head, RH Caster Assembly


Item No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 Part Number 300552 300510 300509 3003506 300595 3003678 3003682 3003548 3003681 62360 62361 62362 20408 20420 20441 31593 20407 20141 24087 20143 54240 5210390 300674 300673 3004200 62742

Description Sweep Head Weldment, RH, GS LH Low Mount Upstop Weldment, GS RH Low Mount Upstop Weldment, GS Deflector Plate, GS Shaft Weldment, Sweep Head, RH, Blast Rubber Cartridge Pl, GS Fixing Strip, Global Sweeper Rubber Cover Clamp, Head, GS Inspection Plate, GS Front Flap, GS Head Rear Flap, GS Head Rubber Blast Orifice, GS Head Spray, Tip 1/4 Mpt Spray Tip Retainer Spray Tip, Brass 8002 Flat Washer 3/8 Spray Tip Filter, 100 Mesh Female Tee, Econo Nptf, 1/4" Elbow, 90 Deg., 1/4 Fpt x 1/4 Fpt Elbow, 45, 14 Npt Street Brass Adapter,1/4 Npt x 3/8 P2c Rubber Bumper, 'D' 2 x 12 Weld, Caster Skid Plate, GS6 Weld, Caster Adjust Bracket Flap, Caster Skid Rubber Caster, 2" x 6" Urethane 1200#

Quantity 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 3 EA 1 EA 2 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 4 EA 4 EA 4 EA 4 EA 4 EA 3 EA 1 EA 7 EA 7 EA 2 EA 2 EA 4 EA 2 EA 4 EA

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6.23 GS6 Install, Caster Head Assembly, LH Pick Up

205A79

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6.23 GS6 Install, Caster Head Assembly, LH Pick Up

205A79

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6.23 GS6 Install, Caster Head Assembly, LH Pick Up

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6.23 GS6 Install, Caster Head Assembly, LH Pick Up


Item No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Part Number 205A77 522887 522891 522888 522892 300537 3004218 21049 21048 24049

Description Head, LH Caster Assembly, GS6 Drag Arm, RS, Straight Section Bent Section, LH Drag Arm, RS, Straight Section Bent Section, RS Transition Tube, LH, GS Plate, Drag Arm Mount, GS6 Hose, 14" Dia. x 38", 3" Cuff Hose, 14 x 26 x 3 H/D 14-3/4" T-Bolt Clamp

Quantity 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 2 EA 1 EA 1 EA 4 EA

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6.24 GS6 Install, Caster Head Assembly, RH Pick Up

205A80

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6.24 GS6 Install, Caster Head Assembly, RH Pick Up


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6.24 GS6 Install, Caster Head Assembly, RH Pick Up

205A80

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6.24 GS6 Install, Caster Head Assembly, RH Pick Up


Item No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Part Number 205A78 522888 522892 522887 522891 300538 3004218 21049 21048 24049

Description Head, RH Caster Assembly, GS6 Drag Arm, RS, Straight Section Bent Section, RS Drag Arm, RS, Straight Section Bent Section, LH Transition Tube, RH, GS Plate, Drag Arm Mount, GS6 Hose, 14" Dia. x 38", 3" Cuff Hose, 14 x 26 x 3 H/D 14-3/4" T-Bolt Clamp

Quantity 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 2 EA 1 EA 1 EA 4 EA

205A80

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6.25 GS6 Center Divider Install

205A33

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6.25 GS6 Center Divider Install


Item No. 1 2 3 4 Part Number 300599 3003996 3004032 20815 Description Center Divider, Sweep Head Backing Strip, Center Divider Rubber Flap, Center Divider Chain, 3/16"

Quantity 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 48" IN

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6.26 GS6 Head Cylinder Assembly

205A99

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6.26 GS6 Head Cylinder Assembly


Item No. 1 2 Part Number 20928 25748 Description Hydraulic Cylinder, 1.5 x 6 1\4 JIC x 1\4 NPT 90 4-4_ctx-s

Quantity 1 EA 2 EA

205A99

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6.27 GS6 Head Flap Indicator

205B08

MOUNT TO LEFT SIDE OF SWEEPER CONSOLE

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6.27 GS6 Head Flap Indicator


Item No. 1 2 3 * Items Not Shown * * * Part Number 3004229 3004227 62926

Description Tab, Head Flap Indicator Bracket, Flap Indicator Bracket, GS6 Console Decal, Head Flap Indicator

Quantity 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA

205B08

21247 61915 22244

3/8 Bowden Pin Push Pull Choke Cable 260" Connector, Choke 3/8 Bulkhead

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6.28 GS6 G/B Assembly, LH

205A06

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21
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14

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6.28 GS6 G/B Assembly, LH


Item No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 Part Number 22030 22047 521093 523432 300535 300534 300526 21924 300532 5207160 25748 21478 20816-7 20816 (4 LINKS) 300582 20463 21930 522713 300529 21098 54240 300618 300619 300621

Description Motor, Hydraulic SAE Fg, Taper Shaft Elbow, 90, 5/8 MSAE x 1/2 MJIC Cylinder 2 x 5 Broom Inner High U-Joint Assembly Arm, Weld, LH, G/B, GS Lever, Pivot, LH Tilt, GS Tee Pin G/B Spring Retainer,GS Attach Link DP, Broom Motor, Bracket, LH 5/8-18 Rod End Drilled & Tapped 1\4 JIC x 1\4 NPT 90 4-4_Ctx-S Spring, 2" x 12" Chain, 5/16, 7 Links 5/16" Chain Link Bracket Assembly, G/B, LH Spray Tip, Double Swivel Plug, 1/4" NPT Vented Pipe Spring Bracket, LH, Down Press Turnbuckle, 7/8, GS Convex Mirror, Stainless, 8" Adapter, 1/4 NPT x 3/8 P2C Hose Assembly, LH G/B "In" to Motor Port "B" Hose Assembly, LH G/B "Out" to Motor Port "A" Hose Assembly, LH G/B Raise

Quantity 1 EA 2 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 2 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA

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1 6

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HYDRAULIC HOSES, ITEMS 22-24 NOT SHOWN

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6.29 GS6 G/B Assembly, RH


Item No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 Part Number 21478 22047 22030 21930 21924 20816-7 20816 (4 LINKS) 523432 521093 5207160 300527 21098 300525 300526 300530 300583 20463 522714 300529 25748 54240 300616 300617 300620

Description Spring, 2" x 12" Elbow, 90, 5/8 MSAE x 1/2 MJIC Motor, Hydraulic SAE Fg, Taper Shaft Plug, 1/4" NPT Vented Pipe Attach Link Chain, 5/16, 7 Links 5/16" Chain Link High U-Joint Assembly Cylinder 2 x 5 Broom Inner 5/8-18 Rod End Drilled & Tapped Arm, Weld, RH, G/B, GS Convex Mirror, Stainless, 8" DP, Broom Motor, Bracket, RH Tee Pin G/B Spring Retainer, GS Lever, Pivot, RH, Tilt, GS Bracket, Mounting, G/B, RH, GS Spray Tip, Double Swivel Spring Bracket, RH, Down Press Turnbuckle, 7/8, GS 1\4 JIC x 1\4 NPT 90 4-4_Ctx-S Adapter, 1/4 NPT x 3/8 P2C Hose Assembly, RH G/B "In" to Motor Port "B" Hose Assembly, RH G/B "Out" to Motor Port "A" Hose Assembly, RH G/B Raise

Quantity 2 EA 2 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA

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6.30 GS6 28 Gutter Broom Disc Assembly

205A61

TOP

BOTTOM 1

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6.30 GS6 28 Gutter Broom Disc Assembly


Item No. 1 Part Number 300524

Description Disc Assembly, Gutter Broom, GS

Quantity 1 EA

205A61

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6.31 GS6 Gutter Broom, Steel Bristles

205A64

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6.31 GS6 Gutter Broom, Steel Bristles


Item No. 1 Part Number 62509

Description Broom, 26" 4 Segment Steel

Quantity 1 EA

205A64

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6.32 GS6 Gutter Broom Tilt Assembly

205B02

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6.32 GS6 Gutter Broom Tilt Assembly


Item No. 1 2 Part Number 28807 50669

Description Cylinder, 1 1/2 x 4 Hydraulic Elbow, 90, -1/4 Msae to -1/4 Mjic

Quantity 1 EA 2 EA

205B02

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6.33 GS6 Manual Tilt Assembly

205B03

DETAIL B SCALE 1 : 4

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6.33 GS6 Manual Tilt Assembly


Item No. 1 Part Number 300531

Description Tilt, Adjust, 5/8, Turnbuckle

Quantity 1 EA

205B03

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6.34 GS6 LH G/B Tilt, Install

205B05

DETAIL C SCALE 1 : 4

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Item No. Part Number 1 205B02 * Items Not Shown * 300624 * 300625 * 62720 * 62920

Description G/B Tilt Cylinder Assembly, Gs6

Quantity 1 1 1 1 1

205B05

Hose Assembly, Lh Tilt Base to Cylinder Base Hose Assembly, Lh Tilt Rod to Cylinder Rod Switch Actuator, G/B Tilt Carl, Mom-Off-Mom, Flush Bracket

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6.35 GS6 RH G/B Tilt, Install

205B04

DETAIL B SCALE 1 : 4

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Item No. Part Number 1 205B02 * Items Not Shown * 300622 * 300623 * 62720 * 62920

Description G/B Tilt Cylinder Assembly, GS6

Quantity 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA

205B04

Hose Assembly, RH Tilt Base to Cylinder Base Hose Assembly, RH Tilt Rod to Cylinder Rod Switch Actuator, GB Tilt Carl, Mom-Off-Mom, Flush Bracket

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6.36 GS6 Hopper Assembly, LH P/U MS

205A72

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205A72

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27 9 9 34 16 9 29


26

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28

22

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33 32 34

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18

30

20 11 6 12 1

4 5
DETAIL F SCALE 1 : 10

DETAIL E SCALE 1 : 4

25 5
F

35 12
DETAIL H SCALE 1 : 4

H E

36

13 11

FRONT 11

12

REAR

HOPPER FLAP 10 12 21

21

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6.36 GS6 Hopper Assembly, LH P/U MS


Item No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 Part Number 300657 300660 300664 300665 300666 300667 29279 300662 3004169 3004171 3004172 3003994 3004173 29138 29437 20930 520939 5207160 300661 62426 22864 20816 23229 3004170 300518 300658 300659 300679 20686 62163 20202 62892 62893 25748 300678 3004214 25947

Description Weld, Hopper, Global Sweeper MS Weld, Door, Dump, GS Dust Separator Door GS MS Weld, Screen, Front, GS Weld, Screen, Drop, GS Weld, Screen, Vertical, GS Hinge, New Style Weld, Door, Inspection, Hopper, GS MS Cover, LH, Hatch, Rear, Hopper, GS Lift Bracket, Hopper Curtain Clamp, Curtain Small Hopper GS Flap, Hopper Rear Door Rubber Clamp,Curtain, Hopper,GS Locking T-Latch Assembly Bumper, Rubber 1 1/4 Dia x 1 7/8 Long Cylinder, 2 x 7, Dump Door Hopper Door Latch Cylinder 5/8-18 Rod End Drilled & Tapped Weld, Assembly, Lock, D-Door, GS MS Hood Pin, 7/16" Aluminum Chain, 1/4" Threaded Connector Tether, Hopper Rubber Bearing, Fl, 1 x 1.25 x .125 Interrupter, Suction, Hopper, GS Weld, Tube, Suction, LH, Inner, GS Rear Door Pivot Weldment Rear Door Cylinder Pin Weldment Prop, SS Hopper Dump Door, GS6 Union, Bulkhead 1/4" Seal, Intake, Hopper, GS Rear Door Seal, GS6 Sound Foam, RH GS6 Sound Foam, LH GS6 1\4 Jic x 1\4 Npt 90 4-4_CtX-S Deflector, Hopper Roof, M/S Hook, Safety Prop, Hopper Epdm D-Shaped Gasket Seal

Quantity 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 4 EA 2 EA 2 EA 1 EA 2 EA 1 EA 1 EA 2 EA 2 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 3 EA 4 EA 2 EA 4 EA 1 EA 1 EA 2 EA 2 EA 1 EA 2 EA 1 EA 230 IN 1 EA 1 EA 4 EA 1 EA 1 EA 15 EA

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205B14

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6.37 GS6 Hopper Assembly, RH P/U MS

205B14

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27 9 9 34 16 9 29 26

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32 33 34

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17
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DETAIL G SCALE 1 : 8

18

30

20 11 12 1

6 4 5
DETAIL F SCALE 1 : 10

DETAIL E SCALE 1 : 4

25 5
F

35 12
DETAIL H SCALE 1 : 4

H E

36

13 11

FRONT 11

12

REAR

HOPPER FLAP 10 12 21

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6.37 GS6 Hopper Assembly, RH P/U MS


Item No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 Part Number 300657 300660 300664 300665 300666 300667 29279 300662 3004169 3004171 3004172 3003994 3004173 29138 29437 20930 520939 5207160 300661 62426 22864 20816 23229 3004170 300669 300658 300659 300679 20686 62163 20202 62892 62893 25748 300678 3004214 25947

Description Weld, Hopper, Global Sweeper MS Weld, Door, Dump, GS Dust Separator Door GS MS Weld, Screen, Front, GS Weld, Screen, Drop, GS Weld, Screen, Vertical, GS Hinge, New Style Weld, Door, Inspection, Hopper, GS MS Cover, LH, Hatch, Rear, Hopper, GS Lift Bracket, Hopper Curtain Clamp, Curtain Small Hopper GS Flap, Hopper Rear Door Rubber Clamp, Curtain, Hopper, GS Locking T-Latch Assembly Bumper, Rubber 1 1/4 Dia x 1 7/8 Long Cylinder, 2 x 7, Dump Door Hopper Door Latch Cylinder 5/8-18 Rod End Drilled & Tapped Weld, Assembly, Lock,D-Door, GS MS Hood Pin, 7/16" Aluminum Chain,1/4" Threaded Connector Tether, Hopper Rubber Bearing, Fl, 1 x 1.25 x .125 Interrupter, Suction, Hopper, GS Weld, Suction, Trunk, RH, Inner, GS Rear Door Pivot Weldment Rear Door Cylinder Pin Weldment Prop, SS Hopper Dump Door, GS6 Union, Bulkhead 1/4" Seal, Intake, Hopper, GS Rear Door Seal, GS6 Sound Foam, RH GS6 Sound Foam, LH GS6 1\4 Jic x 1\4 Npt 90 4-4_CtX-S Deflector, Hopper Roof, M/S Hook, Safety Prop, Hopper Epdm D-Shaped Gasket Seal

Quantity 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 4 EA 2 EA 2 EA 1 EA 2 EA 1 EA 1 EA 2 EA 2 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 3 EA 4 EA 2 EA 4 EA 1 EA 1 EA 2 EA 2 EA 1 EA 2 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 4 EA 1 EA 1 EA 15 EA

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205A56

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8 15 7

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6.38 GS6 Hopper Assembly, LH P/U SS

205A56

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6.38 GS6 Hopper Assembly, LH P/U SS

205A56

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DETAIL F SCALE 1 : 10

12

DETAIL E SCALE 1 : 4

3 5
F

37

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H E

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6.38 GS6 Hopper Assembly, LH P/U SS


32 33

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G

DETAIL G SCALE 1 : 8

22

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30

25

25

25

25 28

24 24

31

REAR

11

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FRONT

11

12

HOPPER FLAP

10

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6.38 GS6 Hopper Assembly, LH P/U SS


Item No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 Part Number 300500 300561 300663 300555 300554 300556 29279 300560 3003799 3003985 3003978 3003994 3003790 29138 29437 20930 520939 5207160 300558 62426 22864 3003632 300518 20816-10 23229 300658 300659 300679 20686 62163 20202 62892 62893 25748 25947 3004214 300677

Description Weld, Hopper, Global Sweeper Weld, Door, Dump, GS Dust Separator Door GS S/S Weld, Screen, Front, GS Weld, Screen, Drop, GS Weld, Screen, Vertical, GS Hinge, New Style Weld, Door, Inspection, Hopper, GS Cover, LH, Hatch, Rear, Hopper, GS Lift Bracket, Hopper Curtain Clamp, Curtain Small Hopper GS Flap, Hopper Rear Door Rubber Clamp, Curtain, Hopper, GS Locking T-Latch Assembly Bumper,Rubber 1 1/4 Dia x 1 7/8 Long Cylinder, 2 x 7, Dump Door Hopper Door Latch Cylinder 5/8-18 Rod End Drilled & Tapped Weld, Assembly, Lock, D-Door, GS Hood Pin, 7/16" Aluminum Chain,1/4" Threaded Connector Interrupter, Suction, Hopper, GS Weld, Tube, Suction, LH, Inner, GS Tether, Hopper Rubber Bearing, Fl, 1 x 1.25 x .125 Rear Door Pivot Weldment Rear Door Cylinder Pin Weldment Prop, SS Hopper Dump Door, GS6 Union, Bulkhead 1/4" Seal, Intake, Hopper, GS Rear Door Seal, GS6 Sound Foam, RH GS6 Sound Foam, LH GS6 1\4 Jic x 1\4 Npt 90 4-4_CtX-S Epdm D-Shaped Gasket Seal Hook, Safety Prop, Hopper Deflector, Hopper Roof, S/S

Quantity 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 4 EA 2 EA 2 EA 1 EA 2 EA 1 EA 1 EA 2 EA 2 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 3 EA 4 EA 1 EA 1 EA 2 EA 4 EA 2 EA 2 EA 1 EA 2 EA 1 EA 230 IN 1 EA 1 EA 4 EA 180 IN 1 EA 1 EA

205A56

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6.39 GS6 Hopper Assembly, RH P/U SS

205A13

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6.39 GS6 Hopper Assembly, RH P/U SS

205A13

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6.39 GS6 Hopper Assembly, RH P/U SS

205A13

20 11 12 1

1 3 6 4 5
DETAIL F SCALE 1 : 10

DETAIL E SCALE 1 : 4

3 5
F

35

DETAIL H SCALE 1 : 4

H E

36

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32 33

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18

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6.39 GS6 Hopper Assembly, RH P/U SS


Item No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 Part Number 300500 300561 300663 300555 300554 300556 29279 300560 3003799 3003985 3003978 3003994 3003790 29138 29437 20930 520939 5207160 300558 62426 22864 20816-10 23229 3003632 300669 300658 300659 300679 20686 62163 20202 62892 62893 25748 300678 3004214

Description Weld, Hopper,Global Sweeper Weld, Door, Dump, GS Dust Separator Door GS S/S Weld, Screen, Front, GS Weld, Screen, Drop, GS Weld, Screen, Vertical, GS Hinge, New Style Weld, Door, Inspection, Hopper, GS Cover, LH, Hatch, Rear, Hopper, GS Lift Bracket, Hopper Curtain Clamp, Curtain Small Hopper GS Flap, Hopper Rear Door Rubber Clamp, Curtain, Hopper, GS Locking T-Latch Assembly Bumper, Rubber 1 1/4 Dia x 1 7/8 Long Cylinder, 2 x 7, Dump Door Hopper Door Latch Cylinder 5/8-18 Rod End Drilled & Tapped Weld,Assembly, Lock, D-Door, GS Hood Pin, 7/16" Aluminum Chain, 1/4" Threaded Connector Tether, Hopper Rubber Bearing, Fl,1 x 1.25 x .125 Interrupter, Suction, Hopper, GS Weld, Suction, Trunk, RH, Inner, GS Rear Door Pivot Weldment Rear Door Cylinder Pin Weldment Prop, SS Hopper Dump Door, GS6 Union, Bulkhead 1/4" Seal, Intake, Hopper, GS Rear Door Seal, GS6 Sound Foam, RH GS6 Sound Foam, LH GS6 1\4 Jic x 1\4 Npt 90 4-4_CtX-S Deflector, Hopper Roof, M/S Hook, Safety Prop, Hopper

Quantity 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 4 EA 2 EA 2 EA 1 EA 2 EA 1 EA 1 EA 2 EA 2 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 3 EA 4 EA 2 EA 4 EA 1 EA 1 EA 2 EA 2 EA 1 EA 2 EA 1 EA 230 IN 1 EA 1 EA 4 EA 1 EA 1 EA

205A13

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6.40 GS6 LH Hopper Cylinder Assembly

205B00

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6.40 GS6 LH Hopper Cylinder Assembly


Item No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Part Number 20571 62813 62812 62571 24081 29269 21922

Description Dump Cylinder Elbow, 1/2" MORB x 1/2" MORB 9 Sun T-11A Counterbalance Cavit TEE, RUN 1/2 MSAE x 3/8 JIC x 3/8 JIC x 1/2 SAE BRANCH TEE C' Balance Valve CBCA LHN 3000 Elbow,90,-6 MSAE to -6 MJIC

Quantity 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA

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6.41 GS6 RH Hopper Cylinder Assembly

205B01

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6.41 GS6 RH Hopper Cylinder Assembly


Item No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Part Niumber 20571 62813 62812 29269 62571 20953 25245

Description Dump Cylinder Elbow, 1/2" MORB x 1/2" MORB 9 Sun T-11A Counterbalance Cavit C' Balance Valve CBCA LHN 3000 Tee, Run 1/2 MSAE x 3/8 JIC x Elbow,90,1/2 MSAE x 3/8 MJIC 3/8 JIC x 3/8 SAE Straight Tee

Quantity 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA

205B01

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6.42 GS6 Hopper Spraybar Install

205A37

10

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5 4 8

12

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6.42 GS6 Hopper Spraybar Install


Item No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Part Number 5207733 20972 44605K274 20407 20408 22204 21344 20406 32282 26024 5216714 20420

Description Spray Bar 42 Hopper/Head 7000 Elbow, 90 1/2 Npt Brass Reducer, 1/2 x 3/4 Bell Pipe Spray Tip Filter, 100 Mesh Spray, Tip 1/4 Mpt Pipe Cap, 3/4 Npt Bushing, 1/2 Mnpt x 3/8 Fnpt Brass Spray Tip, Brass U-bolt, 1/4-20 x 1-1/8 5/8" Grommet Tiebar, 1/4" U-bolt Spray Tip Retainer

Quantity 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 4 EA 4 EA 1 EA 1 EA 4 EA 2 EA 1 EA 2 EA 4 EA

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Item No. Part Number 1 300581 2 300578 3 300577 4 300579 5 300573 6 300574 7 300575 8 300576 9 521093 10 5207160 11 21924 12 20814-3 13 3004003 14 3003920 15 20460 16 20457 17 60024 18 523528 19 523526 20 300572 21 3003894 22 3003893 23 63060 24 60181-96 25 3003730 26 300580 27 23353A 28 3004072 29 20686 30 20961 31 25748 32 23006 33 20122 34 300600 35 3004024 * Items Not Shown * 300610 * 300611 * 300651 * 300652 * 300680

Description Weld,Pin,Pivot,Boom,AHH,GS Weld,Hanger,Boom,AHH,GS Weld,Pin,Pivot,Boom,AHH,GS Weld,Boom,AHH,GS Weld,Plate,Mtn'g,AHH,GS Weld,Plate,Blocker,Hose,AHH,GS Weld,Mnt,Boom,AHH,GS Weld,Pivot,Boom,AHH,GS Cylinder 2 x 5 Broom Inner 5/8-18 Rod End Drilled & Tapped Attach Link Chain,1/4" 3 Links Hose Hanger, H/H Hanger,Hose,AHH,GS Strap, 9", W/O Hook S Hook, 2-1/2" AHH Noz & Stob Assembly Male Half, AHH Handle Clamp Half Clamp Handle, AHH Weld,Connector,AHH,GS Handle,Clamp,Rh,AHH,GS Handle,Clamp,Lh,AHH,GS Flap, Hand Hose, GS6 Handhose, Kanaflex 8" x 96" Plate, AHH Door Blockoff Weld,Pin,Cyl-Rod,AHH,GS +M-3554-0107 (Monarch Dc Pump Mount, Aux Hyd Pump Union, Bulkhead 1/4" Adapter, #4 Mj x #6 Mo - 90 1\4 Jic x 1\4 Npt 90 4-4_Ctx-S Switch, 6 Term Waterproof Rubber Switch Boot Plate, AHH Intake Blockoff Spacer, AHH Clamp Handle

Quantity 2 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 2 EA 1 EA 1 EA 4 EA 4 EA 4 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 2 EA 2 EA 2 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 2 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA

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Hose Assembly, Dc Pump To Bulkhead Hose Assembly,Dc Pump To Bulkhead Hose Assembly, AHH Bulkhead To Rod End Hose Assembly, AHH Bulkhead To Butt End Cable, Battery To AHH Pump

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Item No. Part Number * Items Not Shown * 300681 * 30823 * 21165 * 22184 * 63022

Description

Quantity 1 EA 2 0.75 10 1

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Cable Ground To AHH Pump Gnd Clamp, 10" Hose Fluid, Atf Proteck Super H/D Seal Material, 3/8 x 1-1/4 5 Pin Deutsch Plug, Hd16-5-16S

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Item No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 * Items Not Shown * * * * * Part Number 3003920 300575 300576 300579 300577 300581 521093 300578 300580 5207160 3004003 60024 523528 523526 23006 20122 300572 300573 300574 300600 20460 20457 21924 25748 50669 20686 3003730 3003893 3003894 3004024 20814 3004072 23353A 63060 60181-96 300650 300651 300652 29341 21165 Description Hanger,Hose,AHH,GS Weld,Mount,Boom,AHH,GS Weld,Pivot,Boom,AHH,GS Weld,Boom,AHH,GS Weld,Pin,Pivot,Boom,AHH,GS Weld,Pin,Pivot,Boom,AHH,GS Cylinder 2 X 5 Broom Inner Weld,Hanger,Boom,AHH,GS Weld,Pin,Cylinder-Rod,AHH,GS 5/8-18 Rod End Drilled & Tapped Hose Hanger, H/H AHH Nozzle & Stob Assembly Male Half, AHH Handle Clamp Half Clamp Handle, AHH Switch, 6 Term Waterproof Rubber Switch Boot Weld,Connector,AHH,GS Weld,Plate,Mounting,AHH,GS Weld,Plate,Blocker,Hose,AHH,GS Plate, AHH Intake Blockoff Strap, 9", W/O Hook S Hook, 2-1/2" Attach Link 1\4 Jic x 1\4 Npt 90 4-4_CtX-S Elbow,90,-1/4 Msae to -1/4 Mjic Union, Bulkhead 1/4" Plate, AHH Door Blockoff Handle,Clamp,LH,AHH,GS Handle,Clamp,RH,AHH,GS Spacer, AHH Clamp Handle Chain,1/4" 3 Links Mount, Auxiliary Hydraulic Pump +M-3554-0107 (Monarch Dc Pump Flap, Hand Hose, GS6 Handhose, Kanaflex 8" x 96"

Quantity 4 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 2 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 4 EA 4 EA 2 EA 2 EA 2 EA 2 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 2 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 2 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 0.75 GA

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Hose Assembly, AHH, Valve to Manifold Hose Assembly, AHH, Bulkhead to Ro Hose Assembly, AHH, Bulkhead to Ba Flap, Hand Hose A7, A8, A9 Fluid, Atf Proteck Super H/D

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Item No. * Items Not Shown * * * * * Part Number 22184 20823 300680 300681 63022 Description Seal Material, 3/8 x 1-1/4 Clamp, 10" Hose Cable, Battery To AHH Pump Cable, Ground To AHH Pump Gnd 5 Pin Deutsch Plug, Hd16-5-16S

Quantity 10 FT 2 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA

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Description Hanger,Hose,Ahh,Gs Weld,Mount,Boom,Ahh,Gs Weld,Pivot,Boom,Ahh,Gs Weld,Boom,Ahh,Gs Weld,Pin,Pivot,Boom,Ahh,Gs Weld,Pin,Pivot,Boom,Ahh,Gs Cylinder 2 x 5 Broom Inner Weld,Hanger,Boom,Ahh,Gs Weld,Pin,Cylinder-Rod,Ahh,Gs 5/8-18 Rod End Drilled & Tapped Hose Hanger, H/H Ahh Noz & Stob Assy Male Half, Ahh Handle Clamp Half Clamp Handle, Ahh Switch, 6 Term Waterproof Rubber Switch Boot Weld,Connector,Ahh,Gs Weld,Plate,Mounting,Ahh,Gs Weld,Plate,Blocker,Hose,Ahh,Gs Plate, Ahh Intake Blockoff Strap, 9", W/O Hook S Hook, 2-1/2" Attach Link 1\4 Jic x 1\4 Npt 90 4-4_CtX-S Elbow,90,-1/4 Msae To -1/4 Mjic Union, Bulkhead 1/4" Plate, Ahh Door Blockoff Handle,Clamp,Lh,Ahh,Gs Handle,Clamp,Rh,Ahh,Gs Spacer, Ahh Clamp Handle Chain,1/4" 3 Links Mount, Auxiliary Hydraulic Pump +M-3554-0107 (Monarch DC Pump) Handhose, Kanaflex 8" x 96" Flap, Hand Hose, Gs6

Quantity 4 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 2 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 4 EA 4 EA 2 EA 2 EA 2 EA 2 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 2 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 0.75 GA

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Hose Assembly, AHH, Bulkhead to Ro Hose Assembly, AHH, Bulkhead to Ba Hose Assembly, DC Pump to Bulkhead Hose Assembly, Dc Pump to Bulkhead Fluid, Atf Proteck Super H/D

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Item No. Part Number * Items Not Shown * 22184 * 20823 * 300680 * 300681 * 63022

Description

Quantity 10 FT 2 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA

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Seal Material, 3/8 x 1-1/4 Clamp, 10" Hose Cable, Battery to Ahh Pump Cable, Ground to Ahh Pump Ground 5 Pin Deutsch Plug, Hd 16-5-16S

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Item No. Part Number 1 3003920 2 300575 3 300576 4 300579 5 300577 6 300581 7 521093 8 300578 9 300580 10 5207160 11 3004003 12 60024 13 523528 14 523526 15 23006 16 20122 17 300572 18 300573 19 300574 20 300600 21 20460 22 20457 23 21924 24 25748 25 50669 26 20686 27 3003730 28 3003893 29 3003894 30 3004024 31 20814 32 3004072 33 62599 34 60181-96 35 63060 * Items Not Shown * 300651 * 300652 * 300610 * 300611 * 21165

Description Hanger,Hose,Ahh,Gs Weld,Mount,Boom,Ahh,Gs Weld,Pivot,Boom,Ahh,Gs Weld,Boom,Ahh,Gs Weld,Pin,Pivot,Boom,Ahh,Gs Weld,Pin,Pivot,Boom,Ahh,Gs Cylinder 2 x 5 Broom Inner Weld,Hanger,Boom,Ahh,Gs Weld,Pin,Cylinder-Rod,Ahh,Gs 5/8-18 Rod End Drilled & Tapped Hose Hanger, H/H Ahh Noz & Stob Assy Male Half, Ahh Handle Clamp Half Clamp Handle, Ahh Switch, 6 Term Waterproof Rubber Switch Boot Weld,Connector,Ahh,Gs Weld,Plate,Mounting,Ahh,Gs Weld,Plate,Blocker,Hose,Ahh,Gs Plate, Ahh Intake Blockoff Strap, 9", W/O Hook S Hook, 2-1/2" Attach Link 1\4 Jic x 1\4 Npt 90 4-4_CtX-S Elbow,90,-1/4 Msae To -1/4 Mjic Union, Bulkhead 1/4" Plate, Ahh Door Blockoff Handle,Clamp,Lh,Ahh,Gs Handle,Clamp,Rh,Ahh,Gs Spacer, Ahh Clamp Handle Chain,1/4" 3 Links Mount, Auxiliary Hydraulic Pump +M-3554-0107 (Monarch DC Pump) Handhose, Kanaflex 8" x 96" Flap, Hand Hose, Gs6

Quantity 4 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 2 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 4 EA 4 EA 2 EA 2 EA 2 EA 2 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 2 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 0.75 GA

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Hose Assembly, AHH, Bulkhead to Ro Hose Assembly, AHH, Bulkhead to Ba Hose Assembly, DC Pump to Bulkhead Hose Assembly, Dc Pump to Bulkhead Fluid, Atf Proteck Super H/D

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6.46 GS6 Install, Hand Hose Assembly, 24V


Item No. Part Number * Items Not Shown * 22184 * 20823 * 300680 * 300681 * 63022 Description Seal Material, 3/8 x 1-1/4 Clamp, 10" Hose Cable, Battery to Ahh Pump Cable, Ground to Ahh Pump Ground 5 Pin Deutsch Plug, Hd 16-5-16S

Quantity 10 FT 2 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA

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6.47 GS6 Hopper Drain Install


Item No. 1 2 3 4 5 Part Number 300567 3003998 62421 (NOT SHOWN) 300562 300563 Description Weld, Drain, Hopper, GS Bracket, Drain Hose, Back Door Hose, 2-1/2" Flat Hopper Drain Weld, Screen, Drain, Dump Door, GS Weld, Screen, Swing, Drain, Dump Door, GS

Quantity 1 EA 1 EA 3' FT 1 EA 1 EA

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6.48 GS6 Roof JD 115 Install

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Item No. 1 2 Part Number 300607 300596

Description Roof, Hopper, JD 115, S/S Limb Guard, Pre Cleaner

Quantity 1 EA 1 EA

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6.49 GS6 M/S Roof JD 115 Install

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Item No. 1 2 Part Number 300676 300596

Description Roof, Hopper, JD 115 , M/S Limb Guard, Pre Cleaner

Quantity 1 EA 1 EA

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6.50 GS6 Roof Isuzu 4JJ1 Install

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Item No. 1 2 Part Number 300654 300596

Description Roof, Hopper Isuzu 4JJ1, S/S Limb Guard, Pre Cleaner

Quantity 1 EA 1 EA

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6.51 GS6 M/S Roof Isuzu 4JJ1 Install

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Item No. 1 2 Part Number 300675 300596

Description Roof, Hopper Isuzu 4JJ1, M/S Limb Guard, Pre Cleaner

Quantity 1 EA 1 EA

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6.52 GS6 Engine Kit, 12V JD T3

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Item No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 Part Number 23854 60867 3003907 300593 62272 62283 20476 27388 20833 300594 20834 20824 21427 60824 61369 3003915 21678 21816 60986 21448 21447 21687 62268 50055 60813 60812 60775 50633 20096 521269 523730 300590 62544

Description 5R5V92 Pulley Cowl# TS3-.5" Silencer, Standard Mount Bracket, Muffler Bracket, Muffler Mount Bellows, 3.5" x 12" Belt, 5R5V x 750 Tapered Bushing, 2.250 R1 3.50" Exhaust Rain Cap Clamp, 3.5" U-Bolt Belt Guard Clamp, 4: Seal Hose Clamp 7" Hose Clamp 5" V-Clamp, Turbo Outlet, JD, T-3 Adapter, 5 x 4.5 Rubber Bracket, Air Cleaner Air Filter Clamp G065411 4'' x 45 Degree Rubber Elbow Sheave, 5R5V14.0 Oil Pressure Sender Sender, 1/2" Temperature 4" Air Intake Hood, Donaldson #X002015 Elbow, 3.5" Tier III W/Flange Murphy El150K1 Water Level Sw 4-1/2|" T-Bolt Clamp 3-1/2" T-Bolt Clamp Elbow, Rubber, Reducing, 4" x 3" x 90 Air Cleaner Assembly Skf Bearing 6212 2RS Bearing Plate Stub Shaft, JD-T3-08 Skid, JD-Tier-III, 08 Engine, JD 115 12 Volt

Quantity 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 2 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 2 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 2 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 3 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA

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6.53 GS6 Engine Kit, 24V JD T3

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6.53 GS6 Engine Kit, 24V JD T3


Item No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 Part Number 23854 60867 3003907 300593 62272 62283 20476 27388 20833 300594 20834 20824 21427 60824 61369 3003915 21678 21816 60986 21448 21447 21687 62268 50055 60813 60812 60775 50633 20096 521269 523730 300590 62233 30719 32079 31609 31593 31412 31618

Description 5R5v92 Pulley Cowl# Ts3-.5" Silencer, Standard Mount Bracket, Muffler Bracket, Muffler Mount Bellows, 3.5" x 12" Belt, 5R5V x 750 Tapered Bushing, 2.250 R1 3.50" Exhaust Rain Cap Clamp, 3.5" U-Bolt Belt Guard Clamp, 4: Seal Hose Clamp 7" Hose Clamp 5" V-Clamp, Turbo Outlet, JD, T-3 Adapter, 5 x 4.5 Rubber Bracket, Air Cleaner Air Filter Clamp G065411 4'' x 45 Degree Rubber Elbow Sheave, 5R5V14.0 Oil Pressure Sender Sender, 1/2" Temperature 4" Air Intake Hood, Donaldson #X002015 Elbow, 3.5" Tier III W/Flange Murphy El150K1 Water Level Sw 4-1/2|" T-Bolt Clamp 3-1/2" T-Bolt Clamp Elbow, Rubber, Reducing, 4" X 3" x 90 Air Cleaner Assembly Skf Bearing 6212 2RS Bearing Plate Stub Shaft, JD-T3-08 Skid, JD-Tier-III, 08 Engine, JD 115 24 Volt 12MM-1.75 x 35MM Hex Screw 10.9 Screw, M10-1.5 x 30 Hex 10.9 7/16" Lock Washer 3/8" Flat Washer 3/8-16 x 1-1/4 Schcs SS Screw 3/8" Hi Collar Low

Quantity 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 2 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 2 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 2 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 3 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 14 EA 12 EA 26 EA 1 EA 8 EA 8 EA

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6.54 GS6 Isuzu 4JJI 12V Engine Kit


Item No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 Part Number 62876 20476 300672 61369 60986 21687 50055 20096 62560 300653 60614 523062 300606 3004179 23264 300671 62670 26444 5202844 20831 56771 62872 29662 22227 3004216 3004217 20399 20135 26965 20133 300608 300609 5207787 300644 29346

Description Belt, 5R5V x 710 Tapered Bushing, 2.250 R1 Belt Guard, Isuzu, 4Jji Adapter, 5 x 4.5 Rubber Sheave, 5R5X14.0 4" Air Intake Hood, Donaldson #X002015 Murphy El150K1 Water Level Sw Skf Bearing 6212 2RS Engine, Isuzu 4Jj1, 12V, GS6 Engine Skid, Isuzu 4Jj1 GS6 Stub-Pto, Gm-6.7L-Cng-08 Flywheel Cover Weld, Engine Tiedown Bolts Mount, Ecm Box, Isuzu 4Jj1 Clamp,2 3/4" Muffler U-Bolt Brace, Muffler, Isuzu 4Jj1 Pipe, Extension, Muffler GS6, Isuzu Cap, 2.50" Rain 5\8-11 Threaded Rod 11-1\2" Clamp,2 1/2" Muffler U-Bolt 5R5V80 Pulley Pump, 1.03 CC/Rev, Sae B 13 T Elbow 90 1" JIC x 3\4 Sae Elbow 3\4 Jic x 5\8 Orb 90 Lh Fuel Cooler Mount, Isuzu 4Jj1 Rh Fuel Cooler Mount, Isuzu 4Jj1 Rubber Isolator Engine Skid Barb,5/16 Hose x 1/4 Mnpt Tee, Street Run 1/4 Npt Elbow,90,1/4 Mnpt x Fnpt Hose Assembly, Tank to Pump Suction, Isuzu Hose Assembly, Pump, Isuzu To Manifold "P" Drain Plug, Tapped Hose Assembly, Oil Drain, Isuzu 4Jj1 Muffler,Deutz Top Discharge

Quantity 1 EA 2 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 2 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 4 EA 4 EA 1 EA 2 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA

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Item No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 Part Number 300507 523592 205A16 300592 300551 205A14 5202844 3003992 3003976 300606 22842 300503 62546 21529 25092 20976

Description Power-Module, Global Sweeper Fan Weldment, A6500 (Australia) Fuel Tank Assembly Anchor, Rail, Fuel Tank Weld, Cover, House, Fan, GS Assembly, Spindle, Fan, GS 5\8-11 Threaded Rod 11-1\2" Brace, Fan Housing Weir, Fan Shaft Brg GS Weld, Engine Tiedown Bolts Tapered Bushing, 2.250 Q2 Weld, R/O, Fan H, GS Liner, R/O Fan Housing, GS6 1\4" JIC Bulkhead Branch Tee Clamp, 2" Coated Elbow 1/4 JIC x 1/4 FS 90

Quantity 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 2 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 2 EA 2 EA 2 EA

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Item No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 Part Number 300507 523592 300502 205A16 300592 300551 205A14 5202844 3003992 3003976 300606 22842 62545 21529 25092 20976 Description Power-Module, Global Sweeper Fan Weldment, A6500 (Australia) Weld, L/O Fan Housing Fuel Tank Assembly Anchor, Rail, Fuel Tank Weld, Cover, House, Fan, GS Assembly, Spindle, Fan, GS 5\8-11 Threaded Rod 11-1\2" Brace, Fan Housing Weir, Fan Shaft Brg GS Weld, Engine Tiedown Bolts Tapered Bushing, 2.250 Q2 Liner, L/O Fan Housing, GS6 1\4" JIC Bulkhead Branch Tee Clamp, 2" Coated Elbow 1/4 JIC x 1/4 FS 90

Quantity 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 2 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 2 EA 2 EA 2 EA

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6.57 GS6 Spindle Fan Assembly

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6.57 GS6 Spindle Fan Assembly


Item No. 1 2 3 4 Part Number 300564 3003833 20096 62213 Description Weld, Spindle, Fan, GS6 Shaft, Brg, Spindle, Fan, GS6 SKF Bearing 6212 2RS Ring, Retaining, Spindle, GS6

Quantity 1 EA 1 EA 2 EA 2 EA

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6.58 GS6 Water System

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Item No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 Part Number 62183 62184 22974 3003533 650429 3004026 20904 3003621 62209 205A20 22641 205A10 3003532 28633 205A22 3003992 3004027 32282 23827 300604 62498 Description Water Tank, Lower, GS Tank, Water, Upper Grommet, 2" Uniseal Tray, Lower Water Tank Water, Discharge Pipe Upper Tank Tube, GS6 2.0 Slip Coupling Water Tank, Short Vent Tube Strap, Water Tank Upper Vent, Water Tank Switch, Liquid Level Frame Assembly, GS6 Anchor, Water Tank Lower Clamp, Muffler 2 1/4 U-Bolt Water Filter Assembly, GS Brace, Fan Housing Strap, Water Filter Support, GS U-Bolt, 1/4-20 x 1-1/8 Grommet 3" Mount, Water Fill Screen Strainer, 100 Mesh

Quantity 1 EA 1 EA 4 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 2 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 3 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA

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6.59 GS6 12V Water System Kit

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6.59 GS6 12V Water System Kit


Item No. 3 2 Part Number 205A40 205A39 Description Water Pump Assembly 12V Water Manifold Assembly 12V

Quantity 1 EA 1 EA

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6.60 GS6 24V Water System Kit

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6.60 GS6 24V Water System Kit


Item No. 1 2 Part Number 205A17 205A11 Description Water Pump Assembly Water Manifold Assembly

Quantity 1 EA 1 EA

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6.61 GS6 LH Water Fill Pipe Assembly

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Item No. 1 2 * Items Not Shown * * * * * * * * * Part Number 20259 20957 20275 62514 53069 26405 62266 62512 53072 23644 23643 Description 1.0 Close Nipple, Steel Elbow, 2" Npt Galvanized

Quantity 1 EA 6 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA

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Nipple, 2.0 x Close Galvanized Galvanized Nipple, 2.0 x 26.0 Npt Nipple, 2.0 x 6.0 Npt Nipple, 2.0 x 9.0 Npt Galvanized Nipple, 38 IN Galvanized Nipple, 28 IN Bushing, 2.0 x 1.0 Npt Cam, 2.0 Male Lock Dust Cap, 2" Water Fill

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6.62 GS6 RH Water Fill Pipe Assembly

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6.62 GS6 RH Water Fill Pipe Assembly


Item No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Part Number 20259 20957 20275 53069 62267 26405 62266 62512 23644 53072 23643 Description 1.0 Close Nipple, Steel Elbow, 2" Npt Galvanized Nipple, 2.0 x Close Galvanized Nipple, 2.0 x 6.0 Npt Galvanized Nipple, 31 In Nipple, 2.0 x 9.0 Npt Galvanized Nipple, 38 In Galvanized Nipple, 28 In Cam, 2.0 Male Lock Bushing, 2.0 x 1.0 Npt Dust Cap, 2" Water Fill

Quantity 1 EA 6 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA

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6.63 GS6 LH Water Fill Pipe Install

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Item No. 1 2 3 Part Number 205B12 28633 3004053 Description LH Water Fill Pipe Assembly Clamp, Muffler 2 1/4 U-Bolt Plate, Water Fill Clamp Mount

Quantity 1 EA 3 EA 1 EA

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6.64 GS6 RH Water Fill Pipe Install

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6.64 GS6 RH Water Fill Pipe Install


Item No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Part Number 20957 53069 62512 62513 62266 20259 28633 23644 20275 53072 62267 3004053 Description Elbow, 2" Npt Galvanized Nipple, 2.0 x 6.0 Npt Galvanized Nipple, 28 In Nipple, 2.0 x 7.0 Npt Galvanized Nipple, 38 In 1.0 Close Nipple, Steel Clamp, Muffler 2 1/4 U-bolt Cam, 2.0 Male Lock Nipple, 2.0 x Close Galvanized Bushing, 2.0 x 1.0 Npt Galvanized Nipple, 31 In Plate, Water Fill Clamp Mount

Quantity 6 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 3 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA

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6.65 GS6 Water Tank Vent

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1 3 NOTE: TOP OF PIPE IS AT AN ANGLE WITH LOWER PART OF PIPE

ITEM NUMBER 5 IS NOT SHOWN BECAUSE IT IS A JOINT BETWEEN THE 2 45 PVC ELBOWS

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6.65 GS6 Water Tank Vent


Item No. 1 2 3 4 5 Part Number 5214203 22752 23922 3003619 3003620

Description PVC Pipe Lower Drain 2.375 Elbow 45 Sch 40 PVC Elbow 90 2" Sch 80 Vent, Water Tank, 900 mm Pipe, Vent Connection

Quantity 2 EA 2 EA 2 EA 1 EA 1 EA

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6.66 GS6 Install, Front Spraybar


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CENTER CLAMPS BETWEEN SPRAY TIPS AS SHOWN

ATTACHES TO FRPNT BUMPER OF TRUCK USING THE FOUR PROVIDED COATED CLAMPS

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6.66 GS6 Install, Front Spraybar


Item No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Part Number 20465 22542 23949 27598 521132 20464 22431 20149 20133 54240 62704 62919

Description Spray Body Spray Tip Yellow Spray Tip Retaining Nut, Pvc Water Filter 100 Mest Spray Bar Tube Assembly 72" Spray Tip Retaining Nut, Pvc Spray Tip Body, Pvc Clamp, .75" Rubber Lined Elbow,90,1/4 Mnpt x Fnpt Adapter,1/4 Npt x 3/8 P2c Switch Actuator, Spray Bar Switch, Carl, Off-On, No Rocker

Quantity 2 EA 7 EA 2 EA 7 EA 1 EA 5 EA 5 EA 4 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA

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6.67 GS6 Water Filter Assembly

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6.67 GS6 Water Filter Assembly


Item No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Part Number 23272 23682 55014 23273 27029 26850 23730 Description Filter Housing, 1" Water System Elbow 1" PVC Bushing 1" Npt to 3/4" Npt Filter, Water 100 MIC/155 Mesh 1.0 Ball Valve, Brass Nipple, Close 3/4" Brass Hose Clamp 5/8"

Quantity 1 EA 2 EA 2 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA

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6.68 GS6 12V Water Manifold Assembly 12V

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6.68 GS6 12V Water Manifold Assembly 12V


Item No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Part Number 23676 54982 29083 26930 26852 23730 20974 300598 Description Valve, Brass Air Tank Valve, Water 3/4 Npt Manifold, 7 Stage Water Hose Barb 1/4 Mpt x 3/8 Hose Plug, 1/4" Brass Hose Clamp 5/8" Elbow, 3/4 Street Brass Bracket, Water Manifold Mount

Quantity 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 6 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA

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6.69 GS6 Water Manifold Assembly 24V

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6.69 GS6 Water Manifold Assembly 24V


Item No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Part Number 23676 54982 61500 26930 26852 23730 20974 300598 Description Valve, Brass Air Tank Valve, Water 3/4 NPT Manifold, 7 Stage Water, 24 VDC Hose Barb 1/4 MPT x 3/8 Hose Plug, 1/4" Brass Hose Clamp 5/8" Elbow, 3/4 Street Brass Bracket, Water Manifold Mount

Quantity 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 6 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA

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6.70 GS6 24V Water Pump Assembly 12V


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6.70 GS6 24V Water Pump Assembly 12V


Item No. 1 2 3 4 5 Part Number 60735 23730 20972 22011 3003746 Description 5 Stage Diaphragm Pump Hose Clamp 5/8" Elbow, 90 1/2 NPT Brass Hose Barb, 1/2" MPT 3/4" Hose Bracket, Water Pump Mount, GS

Quantity 1 EA 2 EA 2 EA 2 EA 1 EA

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6.71 GS6 Water Pump Assembly 24V

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6.71 GS6 Water Pump Assembly 24V


Item No. 1 2 3 4 5 Part Number 62263 23730 20972 22011 3003746

Description Pump, 5 Stage Diaphragm, 24Vdc Hose Clamp 5/8" Elbow, 90 1/2 Npt Brass Hose Barb, 1/2" Mpt 3/4" Hose Bracket, Water Pump Mount, GS

Quantity 1 EA 2 EA 2 EA 2 EA 1 EA

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6.72 GS6 Connector, Hose, AHH Assembly

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6.72 GS6 Connector, Hose, AHH Assembly


Item No. 1 2 3 4 Part Number 300573 300572 300574 29437

Description Weld, Plate, Mounting, Ahh, Gs Weld, Connector, Ahh, Gs Weld, Plate, Blocker, Hose, Ahh, Gs "Bumper, Rubber 1 1/4 Dia x 1 7/8 Long"

Quantity 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA

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6.73 GS6 Dust Separator Door Assembly

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USE 3/8 X 1.25 BOLTS, LOCKNUTS, AND FLAT WASHERS

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6.73 GS6 Dust Separator Door Assembly


Item No. Part Number 1 3003693 2 3003694 * 3003954 * 3003955 * Items Not Shown on Drawing Description Door, Separator, Upper, GS Hinge, Door, Separator, GS Door,Separator, Lower, GS Brace, Separator, GS

Quantity 1 EA 2 EA 1 EA 1 EA

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6.74 GS6 Manifold Assembly, Front, GS


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6.74 GS6 Manifold Assembly, Front, GS


Item No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Part Number 29231 22040 22042 20377 23078 24078 27024 29420 20200 22227 24111 Description Manifold, 3 Station Do3 Do3 Valve, 4We6g6X/Eg12n9k4 Plate Port Cover Valve, Single P/O Check Do3 Adapter, #8 Mjic x #10 Mo Adapter, -8 Msae x -6 Mjic 3/8 Male Sae Pd Series Nipple Elbow, 90 1/4 Msae x 3/8 Mjic Elbow, 90, Swivel Nut -8 Fjic to -8 Mjic Elbow 3\4 Jic x 5\8 Orb 90 Plug, 1/2" Sae Hollow Hex

Quantity 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 2 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 3 EA

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6.75 GS6 Manifold Assembly, Rear


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6.75 GS6 Manifold Assembly, Rear


Item No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Part Number 29231 22040 20377 24078 22925 26822 22047 29420 27024 Description Manifold, 3 Station Do3 Do3 Valve, 4We6g6X/Eg12n9k4 Valve, Single P/O Check Do3 Adapter, -8 Msae x -6 Mjic Elbow, 90, -8 Msae x -8 Mjic Plug, Sae Hex 10 P5on-S Elbow, 90, 5/8 Msae x 1/2 Mjic Elbow, 90 1/4 Msae x 3/8 Mjic 3/8 Male Sae Pd Series Nipple

Quantity 1 EA 2 EA 1 EA 4 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA

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6.76 GS6 Manifold Assembly, G/B


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6.76 GS6 Manifold Assembly, G/B


Item No. 1 2 3 4 Part Number 28053 25386 23982 20210 Description GB Manifold/Valve Assembly Tee, Male Run, 1/4 Msae x 1/4 Mjic Adapter, 1/4 Msae x 1/4 Mjic 1/2 Msae x 1/2 Mjic Connector

Quantity 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 2 EA

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6.77 GS6 Hydraulic Tank Assembly

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6.77 GS6 Hydraulic Tank Assembly


Item No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Part Number 300553 20110 20391 26968 26971 20182 26972 20186 20390 62196 3003613 3003612 Description Hydraulic Tank, GS6 Sight Gauge Suction Strainer Elbow, 90 1" Mnpt (1 CR-S) 1.0 Ball Valve, Brass Adapter, 1" Mnpt x 1" Mjic Valve, 1/2" Ball, 90 Elbow, 90, 1/2 Mnpt x 1/2 Mjic Filler\Breather Cap Filter, In Tank Return 40 Gpm Door, Clean Out Plate, Mount Fill Cap

Quantity 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 2 EA 1 EA

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6.78 GS6 Pump, 24V Hydraulic Auxiliary


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6.78 GS6 Pump, 24V Hydraulic Auxiliary


Item No. 1 2 3 Part Number 62264 20211 20167

Description Pump, 24V DC Hydraulic Auxiliary Connector 1\2 Jic x 3\8 Sae Adapter, -6 Msae x -6 Mjic

Quantity 1 EA 1 EA 2 EA

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6.79 GS6 Hydraulic Manifold Assembly

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6.79 GS6 Hydraulic Manifold Assembly

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6.79 GS6 Hydraulic Manifold Assembly


Item No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 Part Number 62293 24490 20210 20167 23982 22221

Description Hydraulic Manifold, GS Adapter, 3/4 Mjic x 5/8 Msae 1/2 Msae x 1/2 Mjic Connector Adapter, -6 Msae x -6 Mjic Adapter, 1/4 Msae x 1/4 Mjic Elbow 45 3\8 Jic x 1\2 Sae

Quantity 1 EA 2 EA 6 EA 2 EA 16 EA 1 EA

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6.80 GS6 12V Auxiliary Pump Assembly

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6.80 GS6 12V Auxiliary Pump Assembly


Item No. 1 2 3 4 Part Number 24089 20211 20167 27163

Description 12V DC Hydraulic Pump Connector 1\2 Jic x 3\8 Sae Adapter, -6 Msae x -6 Mjic 3\8" Sae Plug Hex

Quantity 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA

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6.81 GS6 Bleeder Indicator Install

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MOUNT TO RH SIDE OF SWEEPER CONSOLE

DETAIL B SCALE 1 : 6

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6.81 GS6 Bleeder Indicator Install


Item No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 Part Number 3004228 3004226 21247 61915 22244 22825

Description Tab, Bleeder Indicator Bracket, GS6 Bleeder Indicator Bracket, GS6 CO 3/8 Bowden Pin Push Pull Choke Cable 260" Connector, Choke 3/8 Bulkhead Decal, Air Bleeder

Quantity 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA

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6.82 GS6 12V Hydraulic Components Assembly

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6.82 GS6 12V Hydraulic Components Assembly


Item No. Part Number 1 205A54 2 205A12 3 62253 4 205A53 5 3004060 6 29988 7 21706 8 3003977 9 29989 10 24082 11 29624 * Items Not Shown * 205B06

Description 12V Auxiliary Pump Assembly, GS6 Hydraulic Tank Assembly Strap, Hydraulic Tank, Global 12V Hydraulic Manifold Assembly, GS6 Hydraulic Oil Cooler Mount GS6 Hydraulic Oil Cooler Oad04-12V-Sl Flap, 1/8 x 12 Skirtboard Standoff, Hydraulic Manifold Mount Switch, Temp 120 Tm-1A-120-R/Mp Elbow 90 3\4 Jic x 1" Sae Connector, #12 Jic x #16 Sae Hose Kit, Standard GS6

Quantity 1 EA 1 EA 2 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 28 FT 2 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA

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Item No. Part Number 1 205A19 2 205A12 3 62253 4 205A24 5 3004060 6 62543 7 21706 8 3003977 9 29989 10 29624 24082 11 * Items Not Shown * 205B06

Description Pump, 24V DC Hydraulic Auxiliary, Assembly Hydraulic Tank Assembly Strap, Hydraulic Tank, Global Hydraulic Manifold Assembly, GS Hydraulic Oil Cooler Mount GS6 Hydraulic Oil Cooler Oad04-24V-Sl Flap, 1/8 x 12 Skirtboard Standoff, Hydraulic Manifold Mount Switch, Temp 120 Tm-1A-120-R/Mp Connector, #12 Jic x #16 Sae Elbow 90 3\4 Jic x 1" Sae Hose Kit, Standard GS6

Quantity 1 EA 1 EA 2 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 28 FT 2 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA

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6.84 GS6 12V Hydraulic Manifold Assembly

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6.84 GS6 12V Hydraulic Manifold Assembly

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6.84 GS6 12V Hydraulic Manifold Assembly


Item No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 Part Number 20210 24490 20167 23982 62604 22221

Description 1/2 Msae x 1/2 Mjic Connector Adapter, 3/4 Mjic x 5/8 Msae Adapter, -6 Msae x -6 Mjic Adapter, 1/4 Msae x 1/4 Mjic Hydraulic Manifold, GS 12V Elbow 45 3\8 Jic x 1\2 Sae

Quantity 6 EA 2 EA 2 EA 16 EA 1 EA 1 EA

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6.85 GS6 Standard Hose Kit (Bill of Material Only)


Part Number 300612 300613 300614 300615 300626 300627 300628 300629 300630 300631 300632 300633 300634 300635 300636 300637 300638 300639 300640 300641

Description Hose Assembly, Man"T" to Cooler In Hose Assembly, Cool Out -Tank Filter Hose Assembly, Tank to Auxiliary Pump Hose Assembly, Auxiliary Pump "P"-Man Auxiliary Hoses, P/U Head Base to Tee Hoses, P/U Head Rod to Tee Hoses, P/U Head Cylinder Base-Tee Hoses, P/U Head Cylinder Rod-Tee Hoses, Latch Base-Latch Cylinder Base Hoses, Latch Rod-Latch Cylinder Rod Hoses, Door Open-Door Cylinder B/H Hoses, Door Close-Door Cylinder B/H Hose, Door Cylinder B/H-Door Cylinder Rd Hose, Door Cylinder B/H-Door Cylinder BS Hose, Dump Base-LH Dump Cylinder Base Hose, Dump Rod-LH Dump Cylinder Rod Hose, LH Dump Base to RH Dump Hose, LH Dump Rod-RH Dump Rod Hose, RH Dump Rod-RH Cb Pilot Hose, RH Cb Pilot-LH Cb Pilot

Quantity 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 2 EA 2 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA

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6.86 GS6 12V Rear Beacon Install

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6.86 GS6 12V Rear Beacon Install


Item No. 1 2 3 * Items Not Shown 4 5 6 Part Number 3004228 3004226 21247 61915 22244 22825

Description Tab, Bleeder Indicator Bracket, GS6 Bleeder Indicator Bracket, GS6 CO 3/8 Bowden Pin Push Pull Choke Cable 260" Connector, Choke 3/8 Bulkhead Decal, Air Bleeder

Quantity 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA

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6.87 GS6 24V Rear Beacon Install

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6.87 GS6 24V Rear Beacon Install


Item No. 1 2 3 Part Number 3004001 300603 62402

Description Beacon Bracket, Hopper Guard, Rear Beacon Beacon, Led, 24V

Quantity 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA

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6.88 GS6 Rear Beacon Install (Bill of Material Only)


Part Number 300603 3004001 61935 Description Guard, Rear Beacon Beacon Bracket, Hopper Beacon, LED Quantity 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA

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6.89 GS6 12VDC Incandescent Work Light

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6.89 GS6 12VDC Incandescent Work Light


Item No. 1 Part Number 20339

Description Curb Light With Bracket

Quantity 1 EA

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6.90 GS6 24VDC Incandescent Work Light

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6.90 GS6 24VDC Incandescent Work Light


Item No. 1 Part Number 62811

Description 24V Curb Light with Bracket

Quantity 1 EA

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6.91 GS6 12VDC Gutter Broom Led Light

205A59

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6.91 GS6 12VDC Gutter Broom Led Light


Item No. 1 Part Number 61541

Description Led Par 36 Flood Light

Quantity 1 EA

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6.92 GS6 24VDC Gutter Broom Led Light

205A58

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6.92 GS6 24VDC Gutter Broom Led Light


Item No. 1 Part Number 62383

Description Work Light, 24V Led

Quantity 1 EA

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6.93 GS6 12V Incandescent Front Flood Light

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6.93 GS6 12V Incandescent Front Flood Light


Item No. 1 Part Number 20339

Description Curb Light with Bracket

Quantity 2 EA

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6.94 GS6 24V Incandescent Front Flood Light

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6.94 GS6 24V Incandescent Front Flood Light


Item No. 1 Part Number 62811

Description 24V Curb Light With Bracket

Quantity 1 EA

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6.95 GS6 12V LED Front Flood Light

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6.95 GS6 12V LED Front Flood Light


Item No. 1 Part Number 61541

Description LED Par 36 Flood Light

Quantity 2 EA

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6.96 GS6 24V LED Front Flood Light

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6.96 GS6 24V LED Front Flood Light


Item No. 1 Part Number 62383

Description Work Light, 24V LED

Quantity 2 EA

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6.97 GS6 12V Hopper Lights


1 4

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6.97 GS6 12V Hopper Lights


Item No. Part Number 1 59875 2 23136 3 20779 4 54209 5 55625 * Items Not Shown * 62763

Description Grommet, Oval 6" Grommet, 2" Marker Light Light, Led, 2" Red, Side Marker Light, 6.5" Wide, Amber, Led Light, 6.5" Wide, Red Led 12V Harness, Hopper Lights, GS6

Quantity 4 EA 2 EA 2 EA 2 EA 2 EA 1 EA

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6.98 GS6 24V Hopper Lights

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6.98 GS6 24V Hopper Lights


Item No. Part Number 1 59875 2 23136 3 62389 4 62388 5 62396 * Items Not Shown * 62765

Description Grommet, Oval 6" Grommet, 2" Marker Light 24 Oval Led Amber Turn 24V Oval Led Stt 24 V 2" Led Clearance Light

Quantity 4 EA 2 EA 2 EA 2 EA 2 EA 1 EA

205A82

24V Harness, Hopper Lights, GS6

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6.99 GS6 12V Incandescent Broom Light

205A92

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6.99 GS6 12V Incandescent Broom Light


Item No. 1 Part Number 20339

Description Curb Light with Bracket

Quantity 1 EA

205A92

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6.100 GS6 24V Incandescent Broom Light

205A94

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6.100 GS6 24V Incandescent Broom Light


Item No. 1 Part Number 62811

Description 24V Curb Light with Bracket

Quantity 1 EA

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6.101 GS6 12V LED Broom Light

205A91

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6.101 GS6 12V LED Broom Light


Item No. 1 Part Number 61541

Description LED Par 36 Flood Light

Quantity 1 EA

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6.102 GS6 24V LED Broom Light

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6.102 GS6 24V LED Broom Light


Item No. 1 Part Number 62383

Description Work Light, 24V LED

Quantity 1 EA

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6.103 GS6 12V Incandescent Dump Lights

205A96

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6.103 GS6 12V Incandescent Dump Lights


Item No. 1 Part Number 20339

Description Curb Light with Bracket

Quantity 2 EA

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6.104 GS6 24V Incandescent Dump Lights

205A98

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6.104 GS6 24V Incandescent Dump Lights


Item No. 1 Part Number 62811

Description 24V Curb Light with Bracket

Quantity 2 EA

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6.105 GS6 12V LED Dump Lights

205A95

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6.105 GS6 12V LED Dump Lights


Item No. 1 Part Number 61541

Description Led Par 36 Flood Light

Quantity 2 EA

205A95

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6.106 GS6 24V LED Dump Lights

205A97

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6.106 GS6 24V LED Dump Lights


Item No. 1 Part Number 62383

Description Work Light, 24V Led

Quantity 2 EA

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6.107 GS6 12V Rear Bumper

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6.107 GS6 12V Rear Bumper


Item No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 * Items Not Shown * Part Number 524081 59875 60800 54209 55625 27966 23826

Description Bumper, Rear, A7000 2010, Oval Grommet, Oval 6" Light, 6.5" Led Backup Light Light, 6.5" Wide, Amber, Led Light, 6.5" Wide, Red Led Tag Screw Receptacle Insert Back-Up Alarm Auto 87-107DB

Quantity 1 EA 6 EA 2 EA 2 EA 2 EA 2 EA 1 EA 1 EA

205A87

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12V Harness, Bumper GS6

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6.108 GS6 24V Rear Bumper

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6.108 GS6 24V Rear Bumper


Item No. Part Number 1 524081 2 59875 3 62810 4 62389 5 62388 6 27966 7 23826 * Items Not Shown * 62766

Description Bumper, Rear, A7000 2010, Oval Grommet, Oval 6" 24V 6" Oval Led Backup Light 24 Oval Led Amber Turn 24V Oval Led Stt Tag Screw Receptacle Insert Back-Up Alarm Auto 87-107Db 24V Harness, Bumper Gs6

Quantity 1 EA 6 EA 2 EA 2 EA 2 EA 2 EA 1 EA 1 EA

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6.109 GS6 12V Rear Bumper Install

205A89

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6.109 GS6 12V Rear Bumper Install


Item No. 1 Part Number 205A87 Description Bumper, Rear 12V GS6

Quantity 1 EA

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6.110 GS6 24V Rear Bumper Install

205A90

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6.110 GS6 24V Rear Bumper Install


Item No. 1 Part Number 205A88 Description Bumper, Rear 24V GS6

Quantity 1 EA

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6.111 GS6 Unit Decal Kit


Part Number 62632 62633 Description Decal, GS6 Hopper Side Decal, GS6 Door, 9 x 7.5

Quantity 2 EA 2 EA

205A85

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6.112 GS6 Decal Kit


Part Number 22530 22533 60668 22563 20340 23182 22891 23258 29154 29628 29634 29636 29639 22527 22529 22528 22531 22536 22560 29410 29629 29635 29637 28879 26681 21522 27966 Description Decal, Warning Sweeping Speed Decal, Tellus 68 Use Ultra Low Diesel Fuel Only Decal, Caution Do Not Work Reflector, Amber, Rectangle Decal, Warning Read Manual Decal, Warning Fan Decal, Caution/No Step/Keep Off Decal, Warning Suction Tube Decal, Do Not Use Hands To Decal, No Smoking Flammable Gas Decal, Si No Lee Ingles, Pida Decal, Use Genuine Schwarze Decal, Caution Spinning Broom Decal, Caution Before Unloading Decal, Caution No Step Decal, Water Only Drain When Decal, Warning Hand Decal, Warning Hose (Square) Decal, Fan Inlet Decal (Daily) Decal, Hot Surface Stay Away Decal, Open Only When Cool Hot Decal, Remove Keys Before Decal Do Not Operate W\O Guard Whisper Wheel Decal Tape, Multi Stripe Black/Yell Tag Receptacle Plastic #12

Quantity 1 EA 1 EA 2 EA 2 EA 4 EA 1 EA 2 EA 8 EA 1 EA 2 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 2 EA 1 EA 1 EA 4 EA 7 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 1 EA 2 EA 2 EA 2 FT 2 EA

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