Ranger DST-642D Installation And Operation Manual

Manual is about: Wheel balancer

Summary of DST-642D

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    Shipping damage claims when this equipment is shipped, title passes to the purchaser upon receipt from the carrier. Consequently, claims for the material damaged in shipment must be made by the purchaser against the transportation company at the time shipment is received. Be safe your new ranger bal...

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    2 table of contents operator protective equipment . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . 2 definition of hazard levels . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 owner’s responsibility . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 safety instructions/cautions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 before you begi...

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    3 definitions of hazard levels identify the hazard levels used in this manual with the fol- lowing definitions and signal words: watch for this symbol. It means: immediate hazards which will result in severe personal injury or death. Watch for this symbol. It means: hazards or unsafe practices which...

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    4 • protective goggles, safety glasses, or a face shield must be worn by the operator. Care should be taken to see that all eye and face safety precautions are followed by the operator. Always wear safety glasses. • keep guards and safety features in place and in working order. • wear proper protect...

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    5 before you begin receiving the shipment should be thoroughly inspected as soon as it is received. The signed bill of lading is acknowledgement, by the carrier, of receipt in good condition of the ship- ment. If any of the goods called for on the bill of lading are shorted or damaged, do not accept...

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    6 dst-64t / dst-642d space requirements anchoring the balancer the balancer can be bolted to the floor using concrete anchors through the holes in the base. Dst-642d dst-64t.

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    7 dst-64t parts description 9 8. Side ruler 9. Outer gauge arm 10. Brake light 1 2 3 4 7 6 5 1. Control panel and display 2. Hood 3. Weight tray 4. Side storage rack 5. Cone hangers 6. Threaded main shaft 7. Foot pedal 8. Side ruler (see below) 9. Outer gauge arm 10. Brake light (see below).

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    8 dst-642d parts description 8. Side ruler 9. Brake light 1 2 3 4 7 6 5 1. Control panel and display 2. Hood 3. Weight tray 4. Side storage rack 5. Cone hangers 6. Threaded main shaft 7. Foot pedal 8. Side ruler 9. Brake light.

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    9 standard accessories • graduated cone assortment (hardened, 4-piece) • wheel weight pliers • rim width / diameter caliper • quick-release hub-nut • spacer cup with no-mar ring • mounting spring • calibration weight • hex head wrenches • spacer ring • anchor bolts • motorcycle scale extension • wei...

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    10 5. Install the harness cover using allen bolts to secure. Installation and set up mounting the hood assembly 1. Locate the hood assembly and open the accessory box and remove the hood mounting bracket and hardware. 2. Use help and carefully assemble the hood as described below. 3. Remove the hood...

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    11 2. Locate and align the mating marks on the face plate and shaft assembly. 3. Be sure to tighten the bolt firmly. Step on the manual brake to hold the shaft while tightening the bolt. Installing the outer gauge arm note: this section only applies to the dst-64t models. 1. Locate the mounting arm ...

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    12 activating the outer gauge arm note: this section only applies to the dst-64t models. To activate the outer gauge arm, touch the external edge of the wheel with the pointer. If you suspect the arm is disabled or off and you do not hear a beep when the pointer touches the rim, proceed to the follo...

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    13 balancer overview this machine is a two-plane, microprocessor-based computer balancer. Any imbalance in a wheel, either static or dynamic, is detected into two correction planes (the inner and outer) where corrective weights can be applied. Pressing the f button selects either dynamic or static m...

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    14 selecting weight positions for different wheel types prior to balancing, a specific function must be chosen for each particular wheel. The function settings automatically compensate weight location requirements for a particular wheel type. These settings can be selected by depressing the f & alu ...

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    15 front cone mounting 1. Front cone mounting is the most accurate method 2. Select the cone that best fits the center hole in the wheel. 3. Lift the wheel onto the arbor and slide it back against the arbor faceplate. 4. Slide the cone onto the arbor and into the center of the wheel. Then lift the t...

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    16 balancing instructions 1. First, determine which mounting method you will use for the wheel. 2. Select a centering / mounting cone that best fits the center hole of the wheel. 3. After installing the necessary mounting hardware, lift the wheel onto the threaded shaft and slide it back against the...

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    17 wheel width data note: this section only applies to the dst-64t models. This is the width of the wheel at the inner edges. To enter wheel width data refer to the instructions below. 1. Position the outer gauge arm against the outside edge of the wheel, hold it there until you hear a beep. 2. The ...

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    18 “dia” - wheel diameter this is the diameter of the wheel at the rim flanges. This measurement can be read on the tire sidewall or measured. To enter wheel diameter data, refer to the instructions below. 1. Read the diameter of the wheel as shown on the tire sidewall or use the calipers to measure...

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    19 alu exact two plane mode this is a mode used if stick-on weights are to be mounted to the inner and center planes of the wheel. Both the distance and width parameters are accurately defined for a more exacting weight placement, therefore improving the likelihood of a single spin balance. 1. Press...

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    20 hid mode (hidden weight) this function is designed to “hide” outer plane corrective weight by placing the required weight behind selected spokes in order to retain the aesthetic appeal of the wheel. 1. Make sure you are in alu mode and all the correct parameters have been programmed, lower the ho...

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    21 re-checking the balance after installing the weights in the proper positions, lower the hood or press start to begin the spin mode. The weight display windows should display 0 -- 0 to indicate a perfect balance. If the balancer indicates that an additional weight is required in the same position ...

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    22 troubleshooting guide perform the following checks if you are experiencing balancing problems. Proper installation / assembly confirm that the balancer is bolted down. Confirm the location and alignment of the mating marks on the face plate and shaft assembly. (see page 8.) calibration it is reco...

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    23 weight location verification test note: before performing the weight location verification test, make sure the balancer is bolted down and/or rigid to the floor and that the shaft and centering cones are clean and undamaged. Even the slightest dirt or damage can cause inaccurate readings. Pay clo...

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    24 10. Cal-end will be displayed. Outer gauge-arm calibration is now complete. Distance slide ruler calibration procedure 1. Start without a wheel mounted on the shaft. 2. Press and hold the stop button then press the fine button. 3. Cal-100-dis will be displayed. 4. Pull the distance slide ruler ou...

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    25 7. The wheel will spin briefly then stop. 8. Add 100 / add 3.50 will be displayed on the side marked inner depending if program has been set to grams or ounces. (see page 12). 9. Turn the wheel by hand until the weight position indicator lights on the side marked inner are fully illuminated. 10. ...

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    26 err . -1- 1. Balancer shaft does not rotate. 1. Check the electrical connection. 2. Replace the power board. 3. Replace the electrical motor . Err . -2- 1. A wheel is not installed on the balancer . 2. A wheel is installed on the balancer but there is no tire. 3. The quick nut is not tight and/or...

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    27 dst -64t cabinet.

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    28 dst -64t / dst -642d hood mounting assembl y.

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    29 dst -64t / dst -642d hood.

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    30 dst -64t / dst -642d brake assembl y.

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    31 dst -64t / dst -642d dist ance arm.

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    32 dst -64t t ouch w and assembl y.

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    33 dst -64t accessor y box.

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    34 dst -642d cabinet.

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    35 dst -642d accessor y box.

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    36 drawing # description drawing # description 101 display board dst-64t 210 vertical shaft; dst-242d/64t 102 shcs m6x20 211 piezo horizontal shaft; dst-242d/64t 103 side storage rack; dst242d/64t 212 weight indicator light; dst-64t 104 washer; 8mm flat 213 chuck guard; dst-242d/64t 105 shcs m8x16 2...

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    37 drawing # description drawing # description 320 wheel distance potentiometer; dst-64t 402 external support column 321 distance arm locking spacer 403 potentiometer bracket 322 nut m8 404 main shaft 323 cross recessed tapping screw st2.9×9.5 405 rotary shaft spacer 324 distance arm gear; dst-64t 4...

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    38 sku sale price ea. Bulk price ea. (min. 10) order qty. Total $ 5150220 $55.00 $46.75 5150225 $55.00 $46.75 5150230 $110.00 $93.50 sku sale price ea. Bulk price ea. (min. 10) order qty. Total $ 5150250 $2.20 $2.09 5150255 $2.95 $2.80 5150260 $4.50 $4.28 5150265 $5.35 $5.08 5150270 $6.50 $6.18 5150...

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    39 maintenance records ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ _...

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