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Litter averLS5 & LS7 ModelsLS5 Model ShownOperator’s ManualSafety related warnings and instructions follow this Alert Symbol and are used to get your attention so you may avoid seriousinjury or death to you and others. Read the Operator’s Manual in its entirety!OP Man-LS LitterSaver v2-0611

DEALER PREPARATION CHECK LISTLitter SaverThe following checklist should be completed using this Operator Manual for reference.Check Fluid levels in Gearbox.All fittings are lubricated.All shields are secured and in good condition.All fasteners are secured.Litter Saver condition should be new (i.e. paint, welds)Operator Manual has been delivered to OwnerProvided instructions on safe and proper use of the implement.Modification Notice — unauthorized alteration voids the warranty.WARNINGOSHA, ASABE, SAE and ANSI standards require the use of protective guards at all times fornon-agricultural use. To minimize risk of property damage, serious bodily injury or even death fromthrown object hazards or by contacting rotating parts, i.e. driveline, implement hammers, etc., PriefertManufacturing strongly recommends that such guards should be used for Agricultural uses as well.Dealer’s SignaturePurchaser’s SignatureModel Number:Serial Number:(Serial Number Plate location is shown on page 8)Do not remove this checklist from the Operator’s Manual.It is the responsibility of the dealer to complete the procedures listed abovebefore delivery of this implement to the buyer.2

Table of ContentsDealer ChecklistWelcome24Getting Started .4Terminology .4Owner Assistance .4Customer Service .4Safety9Tractor Requirements .9Three-Point Hitch .9Hitch Specifications .9Tractor Hook-Up .9Driveline Installation .10PTO Driveline .10Driveline Adjustments .11Section 2: Operating Instructions15Service . 15Lubrication Intervals & Maintenance. 15Lubricating. 15Preventative Maintenance . 15Repair and Replacement . 16Outboard Drum Bearing . 16Hub and Drum . 16Gearbox . 16Hammers. 165Safety .5Signal Words .5Personal Protective Equipment .6Emergency Preparedness .6No Passengers Allowed .6Shutdown & Storage .6Equipment Safety Guidelines .6Transportation .7Maintenance and Your Safety .7Safety Labels .8Replacing Labels .8Section 1: Set-Up RequirementsSection 3: Maintenance12Operating Check List .12Inspection Procedures .12Transporting .12Un-hooking the Litter Saver .12Operational Safeguards.13Respiratory Hazard .13Ocular Hazard .13Before Reconditioning .13General Operating Instructions .14Route for Poultry House Renovation .14Section 4: Specifications17LS5 . 17LS7 . 17Maintenance Record17Section 5: Parts List18Decals . 18Components & Diagram . 19Section 6: Appendix20Troubleshooting Drivelines . 20Troubleshooting Gearboxes . 20Troubleshooting Litter Saver . 20Guide to Litter Management21Warranty22References233

WelcomeGetting Started"Thank you for purchasing a Priefert Litter aver . This is ahighly useful & beneficial product for the poultry grower and thepoultry industry. It has been designed, engineered and tested tomeet your needs and provide years of satisfactory service. "This manual provides information necessary to effectively and safelyoperate your Litter Saver. This manual also provides manufacturer'srecommendation of proper use and maintenance of the implement.— Bill Priefert, PresidentThe information presented in this operator’s manual is applicable only tothe make and model of the Litter Saver at time of purchase. Contactyour authorized dealer or manufacturer for any needed additionalinformation.Priefert Manufacturing maintains an ongoing program of continuousproduct improvement. Therefore, Priefert reserves the right to makeimprovements in design or specification changes without incurring anyobligation to replace said items on units previously sold.There is a possibility that some illustrations in our manuals were ofprototype models, design of production models may vary in detail fromthose shown in our manuals.Terminology“Right” or “Left” as used in this manual is determined by facing forwardin the direction the machine will operate while in use unless otherwisestated.“NOTE:” provides the operator a brief summary of information that willassist in operating the implement.IMPORTANT: Some photographs or illustrations may show safetyshields removed for purposes of clarity. DO NOT OPERATE THISLITTER SAVER WITHOUT ALL SAFETY SHIELDS IN PLACE!“IMPORTANT:” denotes that the following content has significance inthe operation or maintenance of the implement.Owner AssistancePlease contact your Priefert Ranch Equipment Dealer if you have anyquestions regarding your Priefert Litter Saver, need repairs, or to orderreplacement parts.REMEMBER SAFETY FIRST!Be Alert - Eliminate unsafe habits and risky behavior, recognizehazards as they exist and read and follow the Operator’s Manualfor your Priefert Litter Saver and your tractor!The parts on your Litter Saver have been specifically designed andshould only be replaced with approved Priefert Manufacturing parts.Customer ServiceContact your Priefert Ranch Equipment dealer to discuss any problemsthat you may be experiencing. Allow them the opportunity to assist incorrecting any problems, or answer questions that you may have.For further assistance, contact:Priefert ManufacturingAttention: Customer Service2630 South JeffersonP.O. Box 1540Mount Pleasant, Texas fert.com4

SafetyFor the Safe Operation of Your Priefert Litter Saver:Owner and operator’s responsibilities are to read and understand the Operator’s Manual before operating the LitterSaver! This alert symbol found throughout this manual is to call your attention to the extra safety precautions within theinstruction. All safety symbols are designed to ensure safe operation of your Litter Saver. Your safety and the safety ofothers depends upon your being alert, informed and properly trained while operating, transporting, storing andperforming maintenance. Failure to understand and follow the instructions included in the Operator’s Manual may resultin serious injury or death.Be aware of the importance of the “Safety Label” decals that have been installed on your Litter Saver to warn you of certain potentialhazards that exist. These safety decals are not substitutes for reading and understanding this Operator’s Manual.Do not allow anyone to operate this equipment who has not fully read and comprehended this manual and who has not been properlytrained in the safe operation of the equipment. Operator should understand all functions of the tractor and implement. Do not attempt to operate implement from the ground or from the back of the tractor; operate implement from the driver’s seat only. Inspect all guards and shields to ensure that these are in place, in good condition, and secured before operating the implement.DO NOT OPERATE if these are missing or not in operating condition. Always follow the proper shut down procedure for both the implement and the tractor any time you have to leave them unattended. Dismounting while a tractor is moving could cause serious injury or death. Never allow anyone to stand between the tractor and implement while an operator is backing up to the implement as this may cause seriousinjury or death. It is very easy for an operator’s foot to slip from the clutch or the brake setting tractor into motion. Keep hands, feet, hair, jewelry, and clothing away from equipment to avoid entanglement with power-driven parts. Clear the work area of all bystanders, children, pets, livestock during operation, to avoid possible injury from flying debris. Avoid turning during operation as this may cause implement to bind which may result in serious injury and damage your equipment.This implement is designed to operate in a straight line only. Your implement is not designed to carry passengers - No Riders!SIGNAL WORDS:The appropriate signal word for each identified hazard has beenselected using the following guidelines: 1DANGER Indicates an imminently hazardous situation, which, if notavoided, will result in death or serious injury. This signal word islimited to the most extreme situations: typically for machinecomponents that, for functional purposes cannot be guarded. 1CAUTION Indicates an imminently hazardous situation, which, if notavoided, may result in minor or moderate injury. It may also be used toalert against unsafe practices. 1WARNING Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if notavoided, could result in death or serious injury, and includes hazardsthat are exposed when guards are removed. It may also be used toalert against unsafe practices.15

SafetyPersonal Protective Equipment Do not wear loose fitting clothing or dangling jewelry. Long hair should be tied back to avoid entanglement. Wear steel-toe boots or other appropriate footwear. Soft cloth shoes or sandals are not safe around anytype of equipment. Wear hearing protection such as earplugs or other devices that will minimize sounds, but will not interferewith your ability to hear traffic or other noises that may alert you to potential hazards. Wear an appropriate respirator to prevent inhalation of toxic fumes that may be released during operation. Eye protection is essential to prevent foreign particles from entering eyes. Always wear protective goggles Do not operate any machinery while talking on a cell phone or using other portable devices such as MP3 players, asthese are considered distractions. Operating any farm equipment requires the operator’s full attention.Emergency Preparedness Keep a fire extinguisher on your tractor and check the expiration date periodically! Keep a well stocked first aid kit on your tractor. Save In Case of Emergency ( I.C.E ) numbers on your cell phone (including doctors, hospital and911 services). Keep I.C.E. numbers next to a home or office phone.No Passengers Allowed! Passengers may obstruct the operator’s view that may result in an accident. This implement is not designed to carry passengers, doing so may cause failure in the PTO driveline orother malfunctions that may result in serious injury or death.Shutdown and Storage Disengage PTO driveline before inspecting or working around the driveline. Lower machine to ground, put tractor in park, turn off engine, and remove the key. Detach and store implements in an area where children normally do not play. Secure implement by using blocks and/or supports.Equipment Safety Guidelines6 Review safety instructions for both the tractor and this implement annually. Never exceed the limits of the tractor or the implement. If the ability to accomplish the job or to operate safely is in question, DO NOT TRY IT! This equipment is dangerous to children and those unfamiliar with it’s operation. DO NOT ALLOW childrento operate or play on the equipment. Operator should be an adult who is familiar with operating the tractor and the implement. Operator should be physically and mentally fit before operating machinery. Fatigue, stress, medications,alcohol and drugs may impair the ability to focus on safe farm machinery operation. Check all equipment before operating this implement. Refer to the tractor’s operator manual for additional safety information pertaining to the use of anyimplements or attachments. Check all safety decals and/or signs - if any of these have been damaged, removed, are illegible, or partshave been replaced without these decals, new decals must be reapplied. Contact your local Priefert Dealeror the manufacturer to order replacements.

SafetyTransportationMaintenance and Your SafetyA high percentage of fatalities and injuries involve farm equipment onroads and highways. It is very important to use common sense whileoperating equipment and vehicles.1.Plan your route.2.Be aware of surface conditions, visibility, pedestrian and vehiculartraffic, curves, on-ramps and intersections.3.Safest time to transport farm equipment on public roads is betweensunrise and sunset.4.Ensure that the hitches are properly secured and fastened.5.Use the Slowing Moving Vehicle (SMV) emblem, properly attachedand visible.2Additionally: Comply with state and local laws. Perform a safety inspection on the tractor and correct any hazardsbefore you begin operating equipment. Use approved lighting, flags, and necessary warning devices onyour farm equipment to protect operator from other vehicles onthe highway. Inspect all warning lights and turn signals; be sure these areoperational. If necessary you may need to purchase accessorylighting devices that are available through your tractor dealership orfarm equipment store. Use the safety devices that are installed on your tractor such asRollover Protective System (ROPS) and seat belts. Never modifyany safety device that has been provided with your equipment. Keep the right and left brake pedals locked together while travelingon roads and highways, and make sure the brakes are properlyadjusted to prevent erratic or unexpected braking. Additional weight of attachments and/or implements can greatlyeffect the steering and stability of your tractor. Do not exceed therecommended capacities of your equipment. Maximum safe transport speed for a farm tractor with attachmentsis 20 mph. Do not exceed. Operator must have control of steering and braking at all times.Slow down if your travel speed affects handling of farm equipment. Slow down for turns and curves and avoid sudden uphill turns. Sudden braking may cause loss of control over the implement. Never travel at a speed which does not allow adequate control ofsteering or lessens the ability to stop. Some rough terrain mayrequire a slower speed.Read and understand the Operator’s Manual before performing anymaintenance. If you are unfamiliar with performing maintenance thenenlist someone with experience to assist you. Wear appropriate protective clothing such as steel-toe boots, eyeprotection, gloves, etc. Work in a clean dry area. Buildings should have adequate ventilation for the starting, running,and stopping of machinery while performing maintenance and/orrepairs. Park the tractor and implement on level ground, disconnect thePTO and remove the key. Allow your equipment to cool completely; this may take over an hour. Raise or lower the implement to the height needed to performmaintenance or repairs. Blocks and/or jacks should be used toprevent machinery from moving or falling. Never attempt to grease or oil implement while in operation. Perform routine maintenance regularly and in accordance with theOperator Manual. Inspect your implement before and after each use; any worn orbroken parts should be replaced immediately. Repair in accordancewith the Operator Manual. Clean your implement after every use and wipe away any excessgrease or oil that may have accumulated. Check brakes, safety chains, blades, pins and clevis for wear,breaks, missing parts or cracks.7

SafetySafety LabelsYour Litter Saver comes equipped with all safety labels in place.Their placement is designed to help you safely operate your LitterSaver. These safety decals are not substitutes for reading and understanding this Operator’s Manual.81.Read and follow their directions.2.Keep all safety labels clean and legible.3.Replace all damaged or missing labels. To order new labels goto your nearest Priefert Ranch Equipment dealer.4.Some new equipment installed during repair requires safetylabels to be affixed to the replaced component as specified byPriefert. When ordering new components make sure the correctsafety labels are included in the request.5.Refer to diagram below for proper label placement.Replacing LabelsTo install new labels:1.Clean the area the label is to be placed.2.Spray soapy water on the surface where the label is to be placed.3.Wipe the surface dry.4.Peel backing from label.5.Press firmly onto the surface.Use a small straight edge plastic (credit card) to squeeze out air bubbles working from the center out towards the sides.

Section 1: Set-Up RequirementsThis unit is shipped completely assembled. Carefully follow instructionsfor Hook-up and Driveline installation. Hitch clevises and lock pins aresold separately.Tractor RequirementsThis implement is designed with a 3-Point category I and II hitch.Horse power rating of the tractor should not exceed the PTO rating ofthe gearbox.Model WidthTractorHP RatingGear Box HPRatingLS55’40-75 HP75 HPLS77’60-75 HP75 HPTractor Hook-Up1.If your tractor has a multi-speed PTO, be certain that the PTO isset for 540 RPM.2.Back tractor up to implement until lower 3-point links are alignedwith the hitch clevises on your implement. Always stop the tractor,set the brake, shut off engine and remove the key beforedismounting from tractor.3.As you hook the Litter Saver to the tractor, be sure to secure twostabilizer bars in conjunction with lift arms to machine. Stabilizerbars must be used to prevent damage to the machine, and tomaintain the proper positioning of the Litter Saver. Side to sideoscillation of about 2 inches is recommended.4.Secure the tractor’s top link to the implement’s top hitch using a3/4” hitch pin (supplied by customer). Adjust the tractor top link inorder to level the implement.5.Install the driveline to determine if this needs to be adjusted. Page11 covers driveline adjustments.Three-Point HitchSee Chart below for Tractor Categories and Three-Point StandardsThe lower link arms are the 2-steel or cast arms that extend rearwardand provide the lift and are the pull-point for the implement. The UpperLink is the 3rd mounting point and extends from a top middle position atthe rear of the tractor. Comparatively little rearward force is appliedfrom the top link. Adjust the tractor’s top link to place the upper hitchvertically above the lower lifting arms.31.After attaching the Litter Saver to tractor, start tractor. Locate levelarea to lower machine flat, with skids level. Adjust top link of threepoint hookup to attain snug adjustment to maintain level machine.Occasionally, more adjustment may be needed on top link tocreate an angle for skid to dig into hard cake.2.The hammers must be the same height from the ground on bothsides of the implement for optimal performance.3.Carefully raise and lower the implement to ensure that tractor'stires, drawbars, and other equipment on the tractor do not comeinto contact with the implement's frame or PTO Driveline.4.Use the lift control limiting stop on the tractor control lever tolimit the upward travel of the lever so the lift cannot be raisedhigh enough to cause contact between the drive shaft shieldand front shielding.Tractor Categories and Three-Point Hitch SpecificationsHitch Pin SizeLower Hitch Spacing(Spread)CategoryLower LinkLeveling ImplementHorsepower RatingUpper 19mm7/8”22.4mm26”718mmUp to 45Up to 35II1”25.5mm1-1/8”28.7mm32”870mmUp to 100Up to 75III1-1/4”31.75mm1-7/16”37.4mm38”1010mmUp to 225Up to 1689

Section 1: Set-Up RequirementsDriveline InstallationPTO Driveline:Refer to Figure 1-1 CouplingRefer to Figures 1-2 to determine minimum and maximumoperating lengths on page 11.Your Litter Saver driveline is connected with a push pin coupling to thetractor and a pull collar attached to the gearbox on the implement. Tominimize torque on the driveline when starting up, remember to alwaysengage the PTO at a low engine RPM.CAUTIONTractor PTO shield and all implement guards must be in placeat all times during operation!The PTO driveline minimum and maximum lengths must be checkedprior to initial use or when using a different tractor or adding a quickconnect hitch as well as to ensure that the driveline is compatible with allwork conditions required by your Priefert implement.When fully extended the driveline must have a minimum overlap of theinner and outer shafts of not less than 1/3 the free length with both innerand outer shafts being of equal length or not less than a 6” (76mm)overlap.BAFig 1-1 PTO Coupling(Safety chains not shown for clarity)A.Push Pin CouplingB.Pull Collar Coupling andshear bolt protectionTelescoping drivelines will have a variant in lengths due to changes inthe vertical angle of 20o due to uneven terrain or raising implement fortransport. It is very important not to operate your driveline with less thanthe 1/3 free length or 6” (76mm) overlap as this may cause yourdriveline to detach while in operation and pose a safety hazard to theoperator and possible damage to the tractor and implement.1.Attach implement to your tractor.2.Adjust tractor top link until the implement gearbox input shaft islevel with tractor input shaft.DANGERPriefert advises against the use of PTO adapters as thesemay defeat the purpose of the master shield on your tractor.PTO adapters create an unguarded shaft area between the tractorand the driveline guards that may cause entanglement that mayresult in serious injury or death.3.Place tractor gear selector into park, turn engine off, set park brakeand remove key.4.Securely block implement in this position.5.Attach the PTO driveline to the implement’s shaft by sliding thePush-Pin coupling of driveline over the splined input shaft of thegearbox. Secure with driveline yoke locking device.DANGERDo not attempt to operate your PTO driveline while it isunguarded as this may cause entanglement that can result inserious injury or death.6.Slide the opposite driveline yoke end over the tractor’s splineddriveline shaft. Secure with driveline yoke locking device. Thedriveline will require shortening if it is too long to fit between thetractor and implement. Contact your Dealer to have the properadjustments made.IMPORTANT: If you are switching tractors or going to use a quickconnect hitch then you will need to check the driveline maximum andminimum lengths to ensure the safe operation of your equipment. Youmay find it necessary to use different drivelines.NOTE: Before connecting the PTO Drivelines, clean and lubricatedriveline connection points. When checking PTO driveline minimumlength, it is important to have the tractor’s PTO driveline level with theimplement’s gearbox shaft. Engage the tractor’s hydraulic 3-point toraise or lower the lower arms until the implement’s gearbox shaft is levelwith the tractor’s PTO Shaft.IMPORTANT: Before you begin the driveline adjustments, Priefertstrongly recommends that you request your dealer to fit your driveline toyour equipment. Priefert does not recommend modifications to ourproducts. If it is necessary to shorten the driveshaft, we recommendthat you contact your implement dealer for service.10Determine your operating lengths:1.Pull drive halves apart until fully extended, just before comingapart. Record this measurement as A and subtract 6” (76mm) andrecord as C measurement in your operator’s manual.2.Push the driveline halves together. Record this measurement as Band add 1” (25.4 mm) and record as D measurement in youroperator’s manual.Never operate equipment with driveline extendedIMPORTANT:beyond measurement C. Never operate equipment with drivelinecollapsed to less than measurement D.

Section 1: Set-Up RequirementsDealer Instructions for Driveline Adjustment19. Using the guard guide, mark the cylinder and cut. File any burrs andclean off filings. Do not round the ends of the cylinder when filing.Refer to Figures 1-2 for minimum and maximum lengths.20. Repeat steps 12 and 13 to shorten the tractor driveline shaft.IMPORTANT: Adjusting the PTO Driveline requires that all cuts bemade equally to the inner/outer guards and the inner/outer shafts.21. Apply grease to the inner shaft.1.Remove the PTO driveline from the tractor’s splined output shaftand the implement’s splined gearbox.2.Pull the inner and outer shafts apart.3.Remove the PTO shields (guarding).4.Attach the implement’s inner cylinder to the implement’s gearboxshaft.5.Pull on the implement’s PTO driveline to ensure that it is securelyattached.6.Attach the tractor’s output shaft to the tractor’s gearbox shaft.7.Pull on the tractor’s PTO driveline to ensure that it is securelyattached.8.Raise and lower implement to find the shortest operating distancebetween the gearbox input shaft and tractor’s output shaft.9.Hold both halves parallel to each other in the shortest operatingdistance and mark them.10. Measure the marks made in Step 9 and record them to shorten theouter and inner guards equally.11. Raise and lower implement to find the maximum operating distancebetween the gearbox input shaft and tractor’s output shaft.12. Hold both halves parallel to each other in the maximum operatingdistance and mark them.13. Check that the driveline has a minimum of 6” (152.4mm) overlap or1/3 the total length of the driveline.22. Reassemble the driveshaft, and securely attach the driveline guardand reattach the PTO driveline to the tractor and implement. Makesure that these are securely attached before attempting to engagethe PTO driveline.23. The driveline should now be moved back and forth to insure thatboth ends are secured to the tractor and implement. Reattach anyend that is loose.24. Hook driveline safety chain in the hole in the inner driveline guard.Attach the other end to the implement’s main frame.25. Hook driveline safety chain in the hole in the outer driveline guardand attach the other end to the tractor main frame.26. Start tractor and raise implement just enough to remove blocksused to support the implement frame.27. Slowly engage tractor’s hydraulic 3-point to lower the implement.Check for sufficient drawbar clearance. Move drawbar ahead,aside or remove if required to eliminate binding.28. Check to make certain that the driveline overall length does notextend beyond the maximum recorded length as in Step 14.CAUTIONIncorrectly fitted safety chains will result in excessive tensioncausing the safety hook to open on the protection side. If thisoccurs it is necessary to replace damaged hook with an original one.This chain must be attached to the inner driveline shield and to theimplement to restrict shield rotation.14. Measure the marks made in Step 13 and record them.15. Disconnect the implement inner cylinder from the implement’sgearbox shaft.Measurements:16. Disconnect the tractor’s output shaft from the tractor’s gearbox shaft.17. Securely clamp the implement driveline guard shield section in avise and cut off the guard at mark. File off any burrs. Repeat thisstep for the tractor driveline guard shield. Use one of thesesections to create a cutting guide for the shaft and cylinder.18. Use a padded vise to securely clamp the implement cylinder.D

LITTER SAVER WITHOUT ALL SAFETY SHIELDS IN PLACE! replacement parts. REMEMBER SAFETY FIRST! Be Alert - Eliminate unsafe habits and risky behavior, recognize hazards as they exist and read and follow the Operator’s Manual for your Priefert Litter Saver and your tractor! 2630 South Jefferson . P.O. Box 1540 . Mount Pleasant, Texas 75456-1540 . 1-

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