Personal injury or death can result, if the bowl is not blocked up. Block the bowl before changing router bits.
Note: Any material that might fall on the worker should be removed from the bowl area.
Replace the router bits if the router bits are worn or damaged.
- Raise the bowl. Place a block under the bowl.
- Lower the bowl to the block.
- Block the bowl only to a sufficient height for removal of the router bits.
- Remove the bolt (1) and remove the pin assembly (2) .
- Raise the apron to a height in order to clear the pin holder. Install the pin assembly.
- Lower the apron, until the apron is resting on the pin assembly.
- Remove the bolts and remove the router bits.
- Clean the contact surfaces.
- Use the opposite side of the router bits if the router bits are not worn.
- Install new router bits if both of the router bits are worn.
- Install the bolts for the router bits and tighten the bolts to the specified torque. See Operation and Maintenance Manual, "Torques for Ground Engaging Tool Bolts".
- Raise the apron and remove the pin assembly from the pin holder. Lower the apron and return the pin assembly to the pin's storage location.
- Raise the bowl. Remove the supporting block. Lower the bowl to the ground. After a few hours of operation, check the bolts for proper torque.