510 Disk Ripper

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Section : 05 - Safety

Recognize Safety Information
Understand Signal Words
Follow Safety Instructions
Use Seat Belt Properly
Operate Safely
Avoid Power Lines
Keep Riders Off Machine
Prepare for Emergencies
Wear Protective Clothing
Handle Chemical Products Safely
Use Safety Lights and Devices
Use a Safety Chain
Transport Safely
Tow Loads Safely
Practice Safe Maintenance
Avoid High-Pressure Fluids
Service Tires Safely
Check Hydraulic Hoses
Safety Decal Locations

Section : 10 - Preparing the Tractor

Determining Tractor Requirements
Preparing Hydraulic System (55 and 60 Series Tractors)
Preparing Hydraulic System
(8000 and 9000 Series Tractors)

Securing Three-Point Hitch
Positioning Drawbar

Section : 15 - Preparing the Machine

Checking and Lubricating Machine
Preparing the Machine Checklist
Leveling Mainframe-Side-to-Side
Adjusting Scraper for Self-Adjusting Operation
Adjusting Scraper for Rigid Operation

Section : 20 - Attaching and Detaching

Marking Proper Hose Connections
Attaching Machine to Tractor
Attaching Hitch and Hydraulic Hoses to 55 and 60 Series Tractors
Attaching Machine to 8000 and 9000 Series Tractor
Attaching Safety Chain to Tractor
Attaching Warning Light Plug
Checking Depth Control Operation Without TOUCHSET DEPTH CONTROL™
Checking TOUCHSET DEPTH CONTROL™ Operations For 8000 and 9000 Series Tractors
Detaching Machine From Tractor
Restoring Three-Point Hitch Control-8000 and 9000 Series Tractors

Section : 25 - Transporting

Positioning Tractor Drawbar for Transport
Positioning Jacks for Transport
Attach Safety Chain To Tractor
Closing Transport Lock-Up Valve
Check Leveling Adjustment
Using Warning Lights
Transporting the Machine

Section : 30 - Operating the Machine

Guidelines for Use
Tighten Hardware
Operating Speed
Standards
Adjusting Cushion-Trip Standard
Adjusting Toggle-Trip Rock Standard
Adjusting Trip Force (Toggle-Trip Rock Standard)
Adjusting Front-to-Rear Leveling
Adjusting Rear Gangs
Overlap
Proper Overlap
Preparing to Operate in Field
Using Single Point Depth Stop Control
Understanding TOUCHSET DEPTH CONTROL™ on 8000 and 9000 Series SCV TOUCHSET™ Controls and Monitor
Preparing to Operate in Field
Setting and Operating TOUCHSET DEPTH CONTROL™ for 8000 and 9000 Series Tractors

Section : 35 - Attachments

Gang Nut Wrenches

Section : 40 - Lubrication

Grease
Alternative and Synthetic Lubricants
Lubricant Storage
Lubrication Symbols
Beginning and End of Season
Lubricate Turnbuckle
Lubricate Toggle-Trip Rock Standards
Lubricate Gang Bearings
Lubricate Cushion-Trip Standards
Lubricate Wheel Bearings

Section : 45 - Troubleshooting

Troubleshooting
Preparing the Machine Checklist
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Preparing to Troubleshoot TOUCHSET DEPTH CONTROL™ l System on 8000 and 9000 Series
tractors

Troubleshooting TOUCHSET DEPTH CONTROL™ System
TOUCHSET DEPTH CONTROL™ Troubleshooting Flow Chart

Section : 50 - Service

Using Safe Service Procedures
Replacing Ground Engaging Tools
Metric Bolt and Cap Screw Torque Values
Unified Inch Bolt and Cap Screw Torque Values
Waste Oil
Discarded Tires
Service Tires Safely
Checking Tire Pressure
Checking Wheel Bolts and Bearings
Bearing Replacement
Prevent Hydraulic System Contamination
Removing Hydraulic Cylinders
Bleeding Depth Control Cylinders
Replacing Slip-On Point
Torque Standard U-bolts
Replacing Scraper Blades
Servicing Disk Gangs
Disassembling Disk Gangs
Gang Identification
510 Disk Ripper (Right-Hand Disk Gangs Illustrated)
Gang Assembly
Tightening Gang Bolt
Attaching Disk Gang to Standards
Scraper Tube Position
Tightening Scraper Tube Hook-Bolt Nuts
Replacing C-Springs
Tightening C-Springs
Identifying Disk Blades Eligible for Warranty
Identifying Disk Blades Not Eligible for Warranty

Section : 55 - Storage

Beginning of Season Service
End of Season Service

Section : 60 - Specifications

Tractor Horsepower Recommendations
Machine Specifications (Specifications and Design Subject to Change Without Notice)
Gang Frames
Hydraulic Requirements
Product Identification Number

Section : 65 - Crime Prevention Tips

Help Prevent Crime
Record Identification Numbers
Keep Proof of Ownership
Park Indoors Out of Sight
When Parking Outdoors
Reduce Vandalism
Report Thefts Immediately

Section : 70 - John Deere Service Literature Available

Operator's Manual
Parts Catalog
John Deere Publishing Books
Technical and Service Manuals
John Deere Is At Your Service When You Need It