Front loader for honda h5518a4 multi-purpose tractor (56 pages)
Summary of Contents for Honda FL6555
.I,\# OPERATOR’S MANUAL FRONT LOADER MODEL FL6555 HONDA H6522(A4) COMPACT TRACTOR 1.-L' " ' " " ' " " " I I I I I I I " " " ' "...
Thank you for’ purchasing an (A4) Compact Tractor. This manual covers the assembly, operation, and maintenance of the HTA Model FL6555 Front Loader. For your convenience, a repair and parts guide is also included in this publication. NOTE: The illustrations in this manual are intended to serve as a reference and may not necessarily depict the actual model listed above.
Introduction The purpose of this manual is to assist you in maintaining and operating your HTA FL6555 Front Loader. Read carefully; it furnishes information and instructions that will help you achieve years of dependable performance. Some information may be general in nature due to unknown and varying conditions.
SAFEN Front Loader Safety Operation of the Tractor and Front Loader requires special efforts on your part to ensure your safety and the safety of others. Know these requirements before you operate the Tractor or the Front Loader. SAFE OPERATING RULES Severe personal injury or equipment damage may result if the operation instructions on pages 5 and 6 are not followed.
BEFORE STARTING The use of heavy equipment and/or pulling or lifting excessive loads may adversely affect vehicle stability and control. To avoid loss of control that can result in severe personal injury: Only use recommended tractor hitch attachment points. Limit loads to those within tractor and front loader limitations as stated in this manual and in the tractor owner’s manual.
SAFETY Operate the front loader arms gradually by “feathering” movements that could cause damage to the front loader or tractor. Use added caution when working with shifting or loose loads in the front loader bucket. It could cause vehicle instability or fall out of the bucket and cause severe personal injury. Attempting to change gears while operating the front loader on a slope may adversely affect vehicle stability and control and severe personal injury could result Do not back down, or rapidly accelerate up a sloping surface.
MAINTENANCE Before performing maintenance/inspections, read the instructions thoroughly. Before cleaning, inspecting or servicing the loader, be sure to; lower the front loader bucket flat to the ground. stop the engine and remove the key. Always wear safety goggles when servicing or replacing the front loader cylinder pins. Use a brass drift and hammer.
Safety Label Locations Read all safety labels and instructions on machine, as shown below. NOTE: Replacement Safety Labels can be ordered from your dealer. Tractor hydadc 04 &toUd be checked hqwnti~ to mdntdn level a7d prevent damage. boderboommustb43downcnd buuqilikvf$y retracted wHENMowEl?DEcKISINST;i9UEDwmi FRONT LOADER l.lFl LINKAGE MUST BE...
236 pounds (107 Kg) ballast in each rear tire. Three point hitch mounted with rear weight box containing 583 pounds (265 Kg) of sand. FL6555 FRONT LOADER AND BH6575 BACKHOE Ag tires 99 pounds (45 Kg) ballast in each rear tire.
LOADER SPECIFICATIONS LOADER SPECIFICATIONS Specifications shown are based on ASAE Standards. Specifications may vary with tire size options and type of attachment. Front tires AG Rear Tires AG Maximum Lift Height Clearance with Bucket Dumped Reach at Maximum Height Maximum Dump Angle Reach with Attachment on Ground ...
General Read Set-up instruction completely prior to installing loader to familiarize yourself with all mounting and hydraulic system installation procedures. Ensure tractor ‘is prepared as described in Tractor Preparation Section. The loader operates from the tractor hydraulic system. Reference to LH or RH is as viewed from the operator’s seat. A pipe thread sealant must be used on all pipe threads.
SET-UP INSTRUCTIONS PROPER TORQUE FOR FASTENERS Bolt Head Markings TORQUE SPECIFCATIONS TORQUE SPECIFICATfONS Proper torque for American fasteners used on Honda equipment. Recommended Torque in Foot Pounds (Newton Meters). ’ Use 75% of the specified torque the specified torque values for lubricated fasteners. TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS Proper torque for Metric fasteners used on Honda equipment.
SUB FRAME INSTALLATION REMOVAL 1. Remove mower deck if installed. (See mower operator’s Manual.) 2. Ensure tractor is prepared as described in Tractor Preparation section of this manual. 3. Remove the front plate (and mower front link bracket if installed.) 4.
SUB FRAME INSTALLATION AND REMOVAL 7. Install right and left Rear Brackets onto of rear axle using two 12mm x boss 30mm capscrews and l/2” lockwashers (no flatwashers) each side. Torque to 55 foot pounds (7.5 Kgm) 8. Place loader Bracket under tractor as shown.
10. Place loader Rear Rails under the transmission area as shown (one each side.) Raise the front of each Rear Rail and align the slotted holes (each side) with the slotted holes in the Loader Bracket. Loosely install (from inside to outside) a l/2.-13 x 2”...
SUB FRAME INSTALLATION 73. From the rear of the tractor, loosely install (each side) three l/2” lo&washers and hex nuts onto the welded studs V2” -13 (no flat washers). 14. Secure the Rear Rails to the Loader Bracket as follows: In the two rearmost holes of the Loader Bracket (each side), loosely install (from inside to outside)
SET-UP INSTRUCTIONS ‘DRAULIC VALVE PACKAGE 1. Install the single lever control on the hydraulic valve assembly instructions included with valve. 2. Ensure the orifice plate is installed in the hydraulic valve as illustrated; 3. Position the hydraulicvalve assembly onto the valve stand and secure using two l/4” -20 hex nuts.
SET-UP INSTFWCllONS Connect the two 5/8”-38” hoses to the loader hydraulic valve “IN” and “OUT” ports as shown. Install a quick disconnect coupler (female end) and dust plug onto the 38” hose connected to the loader hydraulic valve port. Install a quick disconnect coupler (male end) and dust plug onto the 38”...
LOADER ASSEMBLY INSTALLATION 1. Install hinge bolts, hinge pins and hinges onto loader assembly. 2. Open hinges. 3. Using a suitable overhead alternate safe method of lifting the loader assembly, raise the unit and position it into loader mounts. 4. Close sub frame hinges and secure by torquing nuts to 75 foot pounds (102 N 5.
SET-UP INSTRUCTIONS Start-Up Procedure Ensure tractor meets all requirements as outlined in tractor preparation section of this manual. Check to ensure all labels are installed. Refer to safety label page for label locations. Check tractor hydraulic fluid level. Refer to tractor operator’s manual...
Initial Lubrication perform service/maintenance Operations loader raised off ground. Lower the loader to the ground and relieve pressure in loader hydraulic lines prior to performing any service/maintenance operations on the tractor operating hydraulic control lever through all positions with engine off. Escaping fluid under pressure can have sufficient penetrate the skin, causing serious injury.
SET-UP INSTRUCTIONS After the machine has been completely assembled and lubricated, inspect it thoroughly certain it is operating properly before delivering it to the customer. The following checklist is a .reminder of points to inspect. Check off each item as it is found satisfactory adjustment is made.
OPERATION Precautionary Notes Do not lower the edge of the bucket too low for loading. Keep the bottom of the bucket level with the ground when loading. Do not use bucket for pushing down material with bucket cylinders partially extended. Damage cylinders may result.
OPERATION CONTROLLED RATE FUNCTIONS ‘By feathering (slightly moving) the control lever, precise operational speeds can be obtained. This action controls the position of the valve spools in the control valve and regulates flow of oil from/to cylinders. It is important to utilize this operational practice when lowerfng the main frame when the bucket is loaded with material.
LOADING Drive straight ahead into pile with bucket cutting edge level with the ground. In order to prevent possibility of damaging tractor or loader; Do not ram into pile at high speed. Do not attempt to turn tractor while loading. As bucket begins to fill with material, gradually roll the bucket back and raise the loader to increase “fill”...
OPERATION Transporting Material Transport material to “Unloading Point” with loader bucket as low as possible to prevent spillage maintain Tractor/Loader stability. During transport the loader should not be in a position that will impair operator’s vision. Safety: Avoid any overhead wires or obstacles when loader ls raised, to avoid damage or possible death by electrocution.
Loader Sub Frame Installed With MM60 Mower You may install your MM60 mower deck with the FL6555 sub frame installed. The front loader must be removed from the sub frame. If you also have a BH6575 Back Hoe, both the back hoe and its sub frame must be removed.
LOADER REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION Loader Removal Select a level place to park the loader. Raise the loader off the ground and position bucket cutting edge vertical to ground. Lower loader to position bucket cutting edge on the ground and- shut tractor off. Place parking leg in ‘Park”...
LOADER REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION Start the tractor and shift the loader control valve into the “float” position. Slowly retract the bucket cylinders until the bottom of the bucket rests firmly on the ground. Note: During this procedure the loader should raise off the rear mount.
Storage End of Season: If loader is to be dismounted from the tractor during storage, make sure the parking area is on hard, level ground. Cap all hydraulic hoses to prevent contamination. Store loader in a dry, sheltered possible. Thoroughly clean loader accumulated dirt and grease.
LOADER REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION Loader Installation Install sub frame if removed. See sub frame installation section. Carefully drive the tractor into the loader to a position where the hydraulic hoses can be connected to the tractor control valve. Note: The tractor front mount should be aligned with the loader front crosstube.
LUBRICATION MAINTENANCE Do not perform any Service/Maintenance operations with loader raised the off ground. For additional access to tractor components remove loader. Lower the loader to the ground and relieve pressure in loader hydraulic lines prior to performing any service/maintenance operations on the tractor or loader.
LUBRICATION AND MAINTENANCE ITEM Hydraulic System Oil Level Hydraulic System Oil/Filter Tire Inflation Loader Pivot Points Loader Hydraulic Lines, Hoses, Connections Lift and Bucket Cylinder Rod Packings NOTICE: Rod Packing Sets should be reset after 10 Hours of operation. See Cylinder Assembly Maintenance Section.
Locknut SERVICE Lift and Bucket Cylinder General Lift and bucket cylinder ports should be capped at all times when hydraulic hoses are disconnected to prevent contamination. It is recommended that all cylinder packings be replaced during cylinder assembly. Order seal repair kit to obtain components that should be replaced during...
SERVICE, Ensure hands and face are kept clear of end of cylinder. With rod packing set out of cylinder body, remove retaining approximately l-1/4” in from end of cylinder body by pressing on one side to force the retaining wire 90 out of the groove and pull retaining wire out of cylinder body.
Lift and Bucket Cylinder Leakage Test BASE END PORT Piston Assembly General Safety glasses should be worn when performing cylinder leakage test. - When performing cylinder leakage tests the tractor engine should be operating at medium R.P.M. to ensure the hydraulic reaches the relief valve setting.
SERVICE Lift and Bucket Cylinder Leakage Test Rod Packing Set Leakage Test Start tractor and “retract” completely. Continue to hold control valve lever in position to ‘retract cylinders” and check for evidence of oil leakage past the rod packing set (external leakage).
SERVICE Hydraulic valve Control Valve Removal Priorto removing control valve, ensure loader is on the ground and all hydraulic lines are relieved of oil pressure. Label and disconnect hydraulic lines from control valve. Cap IN and RETURN lines to prevent contamination of hydraulic system. Remove control valve mounting capscrews.
Hydraulic Valve If spool does not stay in “detent” position or tends to be difficult to get into “detent”, “detent spool” wear and/or weak detent springs are indicated and suspected parts should be replaced. Inspect valve spool r&urn evidence of distortion/damage. If valve spool(s) was not centering properly and valve spool slides freely in valve body, a weak or broken return spring is indicated.
SERVICE Hydraulic Valve Installation continued Check for hydraulic leaks and ensure hose routings do not result in hydraulic hoses rubbing orcatching on adjacent tractor/loader components. Relief Valve Test/Adjustment Safety glasses should be worn when performing this adjustment. Install a O-4000 PSI test gauge into the unused loader control valve pressure port (“IN”).
TROUBLE SHOOTING This trouble shooting chart is provided for reference to possible loader operational problems. Determine the “problem” that best describes the operational problem being experienced and eliminate the “possible causes” as listed by following the “correction” procedures. For further assistance contact your dealer. PROBLEM Lift and Bucket Cylinders Inoperative.
TROUBLE SHOOTING PROBLEM Slow or erratic Lift. POSSIBLE CAUSE Low hydraulic fluid.level. Cold hydraulic fluid. Engine R.P.M. too slow (Hydraulic pump R.P.M. too slow). Excessive weight in bucket. Material weight exceeds maximum specified loader capacity. Control valve linkage binding/defective. Aeration of hydraulic fluid. Quick disconnect coupler restriction or coupler “flow...
PROBLEM Inadequate lifting capacity Aeration of hydraulic fluid (generally indicated foamy appearance of fluid). System relief valve squeals. POSSIBLE CAUSE Engine RPM too SIOW Excessive load - material weight exceeds specified loader capacity. Relief valve setting below specifications. Lift cylinder piston assembly leakage.
TROUBLE SHOOTING PROBLEM Loader drops with control valve spool in %entered” position (no external leakage evident). Note: A gradual drop over an extended period is a normal condition. Control valve spool(s) will not return (position) ‘centered” position. External hydraulic fluid leakage.
PROBLEM Hydraulic pump capacity inadequate. Lift cylinder rods bend when lift cylinders extended. Bucket cylinder rods bend cylinders when bucket extended. Bucket cutting edge wear is ‘uneven” - side to side. Bucket cutting edge wear rate is excessive (wear rate is even across full width of bucket on concrete).
PARTS LIST LABELS WHEN MOWER DECK IS INSTALLED WlTH FRONT LOADER, LIFT LINKAGE MUST BE READJUSTED TO PREVENT DAMAGE TO THE LIFT MECHANISM. REFER TO OPERATOR’S MANUAL FOR ADJUSTMENT INSTRUCTlONS. TRACTOR TIP-OVER CAUSE SERIOUS INJURY .DESCRIPTION REF. .lABEL .LABEL HYDRAULIC .lABEL .lABEL .LABEL AlTACHMENT...
OWNER SATISFACTION Your satisfaction and good will are important to your dealer and to us. All Honda warranty details are explained in the Distributor’s Limited Warranty. Normally any problems concerning the product will be handled by your dealer’s service department. If you have a warranty problem that has not been handled to your satisfaction, we suggest you take the following action: Discuss your problem with a member of the dealership management.