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The Wallenstein Spec Book is intended as a reference for people selling or purchasing Wallenstein equipment. It is intended to further explain features and specifications which are outside the scope of the product catalogue. The Spec Book incorporates answers to the frequently asked questions.

Technical reference manual for Sales, Parts and Service

TechBook - Sales, Parts and Service Reference 2016 download file View PDF with Price Lookup

Operator manuals for MX Series Manure Spreaders. Detailing: safety,operation and maintenance.

MX Series Manure Spreader Manual (MX25, MX50G, MX50P, MX80G, MX80P) download file View PDF with Price Lookup
MX130 & MX130T Manure Spreader Owners Manual download file View PDF with Price Lookup

Parts book containing, exploded view diagrams, part numbers, label locations and accessories, for MX25

Up to S/N 725G099 download file View PDF with Price Lookup
S/N 725G100 – 725G270 download file View PDF with Price Lookup
S/N 725G271 & Up download file View PDF with Price Lookup

Parts book containing, exploded view diagrams, part numbers, label locations and accessories, for MX50G

Up to S/N 750G120 download file View PDF with Price Lookup
S/N 750G121 & up download file View PDF with Price Lookup

Parts book containing, exploded view diagrams, part numbers, label locations and accessories, for MX50P

S/N up to 750P74 download file View PDF with Price Lookup
Serial 750P76 to 7050P105 download file View PDF with Price Lookup
Serial 7050P106 & up download file View PDF with Price Lookup

Parts book containing, exploded view diagrams, part numbers, label locations and accessories, for MX80G

Up to S/N 780G79 download file View PDF with Price Lookup
S/N 780G80 & Up download file View PDF with Price Lookup

Parts book containing, exploded view diagrams, part numbers, label locations and accessories, for MX80P

Up to S/N 780P169 download file View PDF with Price Lookup
S/N 780P170 & Up download file View PDF with Price Lookup

Instruction and procedures required to assemble and set up your new Wallenstein equipment.

Instruction and procedures required to assemble and set up your M7570 & M7580 End Gate Accessory Kit. M7570 fits • MX50P (all serial numbers) • MX50G SN# B07920001 and up _____ M7580 fits • MX80G SN# A0596023 and up • MX80P SN# A0597011 and up

M7570 & M7580 End Gate Kit Installation download file View PDF with Price Lookup

Instruction and procedures required to assemble and set up your new Wallenstein equipment.

Instruction and procedures required to assemble and set up your new Wallenstein equipment.

Instruction and procedures required to assemble and set up your new Wallenstein equipment.

The MX25, MX50 and MX80 paddles are welded on and are not replaceable. The MX130 standard beater bar paddles are bolted on and are individually replaceable.

The optional top beater bar on the MX130 uses weld–on paddles that are not replaceable.

The optional end gate acts as a tailgate, preventing material from dropping out in unwanted areas, such as when transporting. It folds out of the way when not required.

On the MX50 and MX80, the end gate is operated manually. On the MX130, the end gate is operated hydraulically. The necessary hoses and fittings to connect to the tractor are included with the spreader.

The optional fines pan holds the material at the beaters until it is chopped fine enough to exit. It folds out of the way when not required.

On the MX25, MX50 and MX80, the fines pan is operated manually. On the MX130, the fines pan is operated hydraulically. The necessary hoses and fittings are included.

The drive system is a ratchet arrangement. The drive plate has ramped teeth formed into the face and is splined to the hub. The driven plate, or receiver, has square holes cut into the face to accept the driver teeth, and is keyed to the axle along with the apron drive sprocket. The two are held together by a spring.

Each wheel has its own ratchet. Pulling the spreader forward causes the teeth to engage the holes and drive the apron chain. If one wheel is turning faster than the other or turning backwards, such as in tight turns, the outside wheel will continue to drive the apron chain while the ramps on the inside wheel cause the drive to slip. When reversing, both ratchets will slip and prevent the apron chain from moving. Slipping ratchets will cause a clicking sound as the drive teeth slip in and out of the receiver.

In the MX25, MX50 and MX80, the apron speed adjustment is actually a ratchet mechanism, which changes the amount of apron chain travel between clicks. Longer apron chain travel, which is consider the Fast setting, increases the amount of manure fed to the beater bar, thus increasing the amount of manure spread per pass. Shorter apron travel, which is considered the Slow setting, reduces the amount of manure fed to the beater bar, and thus the amount of material spread per pass.

In the MX130, speed adjustment is accomplished with a 3-speed gearbox which changes the apron speed. The Fast setting increases the amount of manure fed to the beater bar, thus increasing the amount of manure spread per pass. The Slow setting reduces the amount of manure fed to the beater bar, and thus the amount of material spread per pass.

 

Only the MX130 and the MX130T feature the cleanout function. The apron chain is on high speed but the beater bar is off.

The listed capacity is heaped.