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PREFACE The purpose of this manual is to provide service technicians in the field with the general specifications, service, operating principles, trouble shooting, exploded views with part names, removing and installation procedures for all DX7510/DX9010/DX100 tractors. All information in this manual is based on the latest product information and processes available at the time of publication. Therefore, some of the information in this manual may differ from the machine you are working with. The specifications are processes contained in this manual are subject to change without notice. DAEDONG periodically updates each new edition of its manuals to improve the quality of information provided. However, DAEDONG has no obligation to modify the contents in this manual which has been already published and distributed. All updated information can be accessed by using the DAEDONG electronic manual system (DEMSS) All information contained herein is intended to help customer receive the best performance out of their tractor. If there is any typo, incorrect information or question about this manual, feel free to contact DAEDONG.

Aug. 2010 Service support team DAEDONG INDUSTRIAL Co., Ltd.

Important • Using unspecified parts, fuel and lubricants other than DAEDONG’s genuine parts can damage the tractor and such damage will not be covered by warranty.

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NOTE • We reserve the right to make changes throughout the entire manual at any time without notice.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS CHAPTER 1

SAFETY FIRST

CHAPTER 2

GENERAL

CHAPTER 3

ENGINE

CHAPTER 4

TRANSMISSION

CHAPTER 5

REAR AXLE

CHAPTER 6

BRAKE

CHAPTER 7

FRONT AXLE

CHAPTER 8

STEERING SYSTEM

CHAPTER 9

HYDRAULIC SYSTEM

CHAPTER 10

ELECTRIC SYSTEM & CALIBRATION

CHAPTER 11

CABIN

CHAPTER 12

AIR CONDITIONER & HEATER

CHAPTER 13

INDEX

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DX7510/9010/100

Safety First

CHAPTER 1

TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. For safety........................................... 1-2

2.4 Avoid fires............................................... 1-4

1.1 Alert symbols........................................... 1-2

2.5 Cautions when handling the battery........ 1-5

2. Safety tips........................................... 1-3

2.6 Cautions for high pressure hoses.................1-5 2.7 Use of appropriate tools and equipment 1-6

2.1 Safety gear.............................................. 1-3

2.8 Handling of hazardous materials................ 1-6

2.2 Work place ............................................. 1-3 2.2.1 Ventilating system.......................... 1-3

2.9 Handling of rotating blade, shaft and driving belt............................................... 1-7

2.2.2 Safe working place........................ 1-3

2.10 Prevention of scald.................................. 1-7

2.2.3 Illumination.................................... 1-3

2.11 Disposal of environmental waste............ 1-8

2.2.4 Safety equipment........................... 1-3

2.12 Cautions when handling tires.................. 1-8

2.2.5 Clean working area........................ 1-3

3. Safety decals.................................... 1-9

2.3 Safety instructions when preparing tractor...................................................... 1-4

3.1 Location of decals................................... 1-9

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Most accidents can be avoided if basic safety instructions and regulations are followed. Always follow the safety regulations and avoid any dangerous situation to prevent an accident.

You can be unexpectedly injured if inspecting or servicing the tractor without full knowledge of it. Read the service manual carefully before starting servicing and follow the instructions for servicing, maintenance and inspection to prevent any injury.

REAR AXLE

TRANSMISSION

매뉴얼 숙지 ! reaD manual! T46W001A

1.1 Alert symbols In this manual, the following safety-alert symbols are used. Their meanings are as follows:

A. Remark

C. Caution

FRONT AXLE

BRAKE

DX7510/9010/100

1. For safety

ENGINE

GENERAL

SAFETY FIRST

SAFETY FIRST - For safety

STEERING

CAUTION T46W002A

Broaden your knowledge with additionally supplied service information for optimal service.

B. Important

T46W004A

This mark indicates potentially hazardous situation which, if not observed, may result in serious injury.

D. Warning

CABIN

ELECTRIC & CALIBRATION

HYDRAULIC

ⱇ#⪣

Remark

A/C & HEATER

WARNING T46W003A

INDEX

This mark indicates emphasis on information which can be confused when servicing. If this information is not carefully read and observed, the tractor cannot fully function or may be damaged.

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T46W005A

This mark indicates hazardous situation which, if not observed, may result in death or injury.

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DX7510/9010/100

SAFETY FIRST - Safety tips

2.1 Safety gear

SAFETY FIRST

2. Safety tips

2.2.1 Ventilating system

When working on the tractor, wear safety gloves, safety shoes, ear plugs, safety goggles, safety helmet, working clothes, etc. appropriate for your working environment. Never wear loose fitting clothing or a tie which can be caught by a rotating part. According to the statistics, most accidents that occurred with rotating parts are due to this inappropriate manner of wearing clothes.

The service should be performed in well-ventilated area. If the engine should be started in an enclosed place, the exhaust gas vent pipe should be installed.

WARNING • California Proposition 65 Warning Inhaling exhaust gas can cause cancer or damage the generative function leading to infertility.

2.2.3 Illumination The work place should be well illuminated. If working in a dark place or under the tractor, use the work lamp. The work lamp should be covered by the safety cover. Light bulbs can cause fire if exposed to fuel leaks.

ELECTRIC & CALIBRATION

The work should be done in a wide, level and safe place to prevent slip and fall accident.

CABIN

T46W008A

HYDRAULIC

STEERING

FRONT AXLE

2.2.2 Safe working place

BRAKE

T46W006A

REAR AXLE

T46W007A

TRANSMISSION

ENGINE

GENERAL

2.2 Work place

Be sure to keep a first aid kit and fire extinguisher handy at all times.

A/C & HEATER

2.2.4 Safety equipment

Keep the working area clean before and during work. If any oil or fuel is spilled, it should be cleaned up immediately.

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INDEX

2.2.5 Clean working area

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2.3 Safety instructions when preparing tractor

DX7510/9010/100

2.4 Avoid fires

T46W011A

T46W009A

Lower the implement on to the ground.

Never stand under the bucket.

Never smoke or allow flames in your work area when servicing the fuel system.

BRAKE

REAR AXLE

TRANSMISSION

ENGINE

GENERAL

SAFETY FIRST

SAFETY FIRST - Safety tips

T46W012A

Keep flames or sparks away from the spray paint or fuel containers and be careful of leaks.

T46W010A

Stop the engine and remove the key.

Put “Do not operate” label on the tractor if necessary.

HYDRAULIC

STEERING

FRONT AXLE

Disconnect the negative battery cable.

Always disconnect the battery cable before servicing the wiring to prevent fire.

Be extra cautious of fire when welding.

A/C & HEATER

CABIN

ELECTRIC & CALIBRATION

T46W013A

T46W014A

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Always keep a fire extinguisher in the work area.

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SAFETY FIRST - Safety tips 2.6 Cautions for high pressure hoses

ENGINE

GENERAL

2.5 Cautions when handling the battery

SAFETY FIRST

DX7510/9010/100

Always disconnect the negative battery cable first and reconnect it last to avoid sparks from an accidental short circuit. You could be injured or fire may break out.

The hydraulic fluid leaks from high pressure hoses or pipes can penetrate your skin.

Keep sparks and flames (match, lighter) away from the battery. The battery can explode due to the battery fluid.

Never connect the battery’s negative and positive cables with metal for test. Use only tester when checking the battery voltage.

Before connecting a high pressure hose or pipe, stop the engine and depressurize it by valve.

Check the bolts for tightness before starting the engine after servicing the hydraulic system.

Use a cardboard or plank when checking leakage.

A/C & HEATER

CABIN

STEERING

Do not charge the frozen battery. Charging the frozen battery can cause explosion. Let the battery warmed up to ambient temperature (16°C, 60°F) before charging.

T46W020A

HYDRAULIC

T46W017A

ELECTRIC & CALIBRATION

T46W016A

FRONT AXLE

BRAKE

REAR AXLE

T46W019A

TRANSMISSION

T46W015A

The battery contains the acid that can burn you. When it contact skin, it causes burns. If you accidentally get it in your eyes, flush with water and see your doctor immediately.

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T46W021A

Never weld the high pressure pipe or the surrounding area. The pipe or hose can be heated and explode which can lead to fire or burn.

INDEX

T46W018A

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2.7 Use of appropriate tools and equipment •

Use the appropriate tools and proper size. If an inappropriate tool is used, it can slip which can damage parts or injure you.

Do not confuse units (mm, inch, etc.).

Use the air impact wrench only when unscrewing the bolts or nuts. Such wrench should not be used when assembly precisely machined parts which its tightening torque should be strictly observed. It can cause malfunctions.

ENGINE

GENERAL

SAFETY FIRST

SAFETY FIRST - Safety tips

2.8 Handling of hazardous materials •

Do not blow out hazardous materials, such as clutch dust, with compressed air. Inhaling such hazardous materials can damage your health.

Remark No genuine DAEDONG part contains asbestos.

These materials should be rinsed or wiped away after spraying with oil.

Be careful of a socket popped out due to the turning force when using the air impact wrench. Especially, be extra cautious when working on connection or socket with joint.

T46W022A

When lifting the tractor with a hydraulic jack or a hoist, fix it firmly and install the auxiliary support. Never work under the tractor if the support and the hydraulic jack (hoist) are not installed.

When using a hydraulic jack or a hoist, do not use it over the limit of the equipment and the conveying belt.

Make sure that the hydraulic lock operates properly before using the hydraulic jack. Improper use of lock can cause a serious accident.

Check the buttons and operating direction of the hoist before using it. Improper operation can cause a serious accident.

Do not use wooden blocks or bricks as support under the tractor. As the tractor’s weight is continuously applied to them, they can be broken or collapsed.

INDEX

A/C & HEATER

CABIN

ELECTRIC & CALIBRATION

HYDRAULIC

STEERING

FRONT AXLE

BRAKE

REAR AXLE

TRANSMISSION

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SAFETY FIRST - Safety tips 2.10 Prevention of scald

ENGINE

GENERAL

2.9 Handling of rotating blade, shaft and driving belt

SAFETY FIRST

DX7510/9010/100

Do not open the radiator cap when the radiator is hot. Hot coolant or steam can be surged leading to a serious scald.

Do not set a hand or a foot into the tractor’s rotating blade or PTO shaft.

Do not wear loose clothing.

Check the surface temperature of the container before draining the engine oil, transmission fluid, coolant, etc. If it is hot, let it cool down before draining it. There is danger of burning.

Be careful not to get caught by the rotating engine cooling fan.

Perform any service on the engine parts (muffler, exhaust manifold, turbocharger, etc.) only when they are not hot.

A/C & HEATER

CABIN

HYDRAULIC

• T46W025A

ELECTRIC & CALIBRATION

T46W028A

STEERING

FRONT AXLE

BRAKE

T46W024A

REAR AXLE

T46W027A

TRANSMISSION

T46W023A

T46W026A

You can be seriously injured if your hand or clothes is caught by the rotating fan belt or A/C belt.

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2.11 Disposal of environmental waste

DX7510/9010/100

2.12 Cautions when handling tires

T46W029A

Observe all relevant environmental protection regulations when disposing used oil, transmission fluid, coolant, oil filter, etc. Otherwise, they can pollute the environment seriously and you could be charged in violation of regulations.

T46W030A

The tire rims can fall out of the tires. Therefore, stay out of its way when checking or inflating tires.

STEERING

FRONT AXLE

BRAKE

REAR AXLE

TRANSMISSION

ENGINE

GENERAL

SAFETY FIRST

SAFETY FIRST - Safety tips

Do not weld or apply heat to the tire rim or disc. The tire can explode due to the rapidly increased pressure in the tire.

Check tires for inflation pressure, damage, deformation, extended wear on lug and damage of rim and disc. Also check if bolts or nuts fixed on wheel and rim are loose.

INDEX

A/C & HEATER

CABIN

ELECTRIC & CALIBRATION

HYDRAULIC

T46W031A

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DX7510/9010/100

SAFETY FIRST - Safety decals

If a decal is damaged or detached, always replace with the appropriate decal.

The decal and its attaching location are as follows.

Part numbers appear at the bottom of decals.

GENERAL

When replacing parts, be sure to install the appropriate safety decal as well. Otherwise, the customer’ s safety will be threatened.

ENGINE

SAFETY FIRST

3. Safety decals

11

9

13

14

REAR AXLE

8

TRANSMISSION

3.1 Location of decals

10

BRAKE

12

7 6

15

4

HYDRAULIC

STEERING

FRONT AXLE

5

16

ELECTRIC & CALIBRATION

3

2 17

CABIN

18 19

INDEX

T46W032A

A/C & HEATER

1

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(1) T4818-52142

DX7510/9010/100

(4) T4938-52351

(2) T2615-55112

REAR AXLE

TRANSMISSION

ENGINE

GENERAL

SAFETY FIRST

SAFETY FIRST - Safety decals

(3) E6500-51102

INDEX

A/C & HEATER

CABIN

ELECTRIC & CALIBRATION

HYDRAULIC

STEERING

FRONT AXLE

BRAKE

(5) T4817-52201

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SAFETY FIRST - Safety decals (9) T4938-52321

(7) T4837-52121

(10) T2445-50724

(8) T2325-50743

(11) T4837-51181

INDEX

A/C & HEATER

CABIN

ELECTRIC & CALIBRATION

HYDRAULIC

STEERING

FRONT AXLE

BRAKE

REAR AXLE

TRANSMISSION

ENGINE

GENERAL

(6) T2615-52131

SAFETY FIRST

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(12) T4836-51091

(15) T4938-52361

(13) T4938-53551

(16) T4938-52411

DX7510/9010/100

(14) T2615-54112

INDEX

A/C & HEATER

CABIN

ELECTRIC & CALIBRATION

HYDRAULIC

STEERING

FRONT AXLE

BRAKE

REAR AXLE

TRANSMISSION

ENGINE

GENERAL

SAFETY FIRST

SAFETY FIRST - Safety decals

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(18) T2615-53561

REAR AXLE

TRANSMISSION

ENGINE

GENERAL

(17) T4625-52351

SAFETY FIRST - Safety decals SAFETY FIRST

DX7510/9010/100

INDEX

A/C & HEATER

CABIN

ELECTRIC & CALIBRATION

HYDRAULIC

STEERING

FRONT AXLE

BRAKE

(19) T4837-51191

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DX7510/9010/100

General

CHAPTER 2

TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Description for symbols and abbreviations.................................... 2-2 2. Identification number..................... 2-3 2.1 Tractor serial number location................. 2-3 2.2 Engine serial number location................. 2-3

6.2 How to measure the actual rolling circumference........................................ 2-15

7. Maintenance..................................... 2-16 7.1 Maintenance schedule chart................. 2-16 7.2 Lubricant............................................... 2-18

2.3 Transmission number.............................. 2-3

8. TIRES..................................................... 2-19

3. Dimensions........................................... 2-4

8.1 Tire, wheel and ballast.......................... 2-19 8.1.1 Tires . .......................................... 2-19

4. Specifications.................................... 2-5 5. Driving speed...................................... 2-7 5.1 Drive train diagram.................................. 2-7 5.1.1 Arrangement of main shift gear and rear axle gears...................... 2-11 5.1.2 Rear tire rolling circumference......... 2-11

8.1.2 Ballast.......................................... 2-19 8.1.3 Tread (rear wheels)..................... 2-20 8.1.4 Front wheels ............................... 2-21 8.1.5 Rear wheels ............................... 2-21

9. TIGHTENING TORQUES....................... 2-22 9.1 General use screws, bolts and nuts...... 2-22

5.2 Rotating speed ratio (engine vs. rear axle)............................ 2-12

9.2 Stud bolts.............................................. 2-22

5.2.1 Driving speed............................... 2-12

9.3 American standard screws, bolts and nuts with unc or unf threads.................. 2-23

5.2.2 Reverse driving speed................. 2-13

6. Relative speed ratio of front wheels................................................ 2-14 6.1 Calculation for relative speed ratio of front wheels........................................... 2-14

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10. Daedong Bolts and Nuts............ 2-24 10.1 Bolts...................................................... 2-24 10.2 Nuts....................................................... 2-25

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DX7510/9010/100

1. Description for symbols and abbreviations There are various symbols used in this manual. Their design and meanings are as follows:

Symbols

Description for abbreviations • 4WD........Four wheel drive

ENGINE

GENERAL

SAFETY FIRST

GENERAL - Description for symbols and abbreviations

Fuel-level

High speed range

Engine coolanttemperature

Mid speed range

• API..........American petroleum institute • Hi-Lo.......High speed-low speed

REAR AXLE

TRANSMISSION

• P.T.O........Power take-off Parking brake

Low speed range

Battery not charged

Neutral position

• RH/LH.....Right hand side and left hand side (seen from operator) • ROPS......Roll over protection structure

INDEX

A/C & HEATER

CABIN

ELECTRIC & CALIBRATION

HYDRAULIC

STEERING

FRONT AXLE

BRAKE

• rpm.........Revolutions per minute Engine oil pressure

Low coolant level

Turn signal lamp

Preheat

PTO clutch control engaged

Q/T (Quick Turn) lamp

PTO clutch control disengaged

High travel light

Differential lock

Low travel light

Position control

Automatic draft operation

Hazard warning lamp

Automatic horizontal operation

Headlamp - low beam

Automatic tilling depth operation

Headlamp - high beam

Turn up light

Front wheel drive engaged

Back up light

High speed

Automatic

Low speed

Brake (one side engaged)

• SMV........Slow moving vehicle

Creep speed

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2. Identification number 2.1 Tractor serial number location

2.2 Engine serial number location

ENGINE

GENERAL

3

SAFETY FIRST

GENERAL - IDENTIFICATION NUMBER

4

PTO Case T85W101B

The tractor’s serial number (1) is attached on the left side of the front axle frame and the number (2) is stamped on the rear left of the rear case (PTO Case).

T85W102A

The engine number is stamped next to the starter assembly (4) of the cylinder block and on the top of the cylinder head cover (3). 2

REAR AXLE

1

TRANSMISSION

2

K A 7 8 0 0 0 0 2

FRONT AXLE

For detailed information on how the engine number is assigned, refer to chapter “Engine”.

Production serial number

STEERING

Example) 0 0 0 0 2: Secondly manufactured vehicle in corresponding year of manufacturing

� �

A78 A79 A80 A81 A82

DX7510(AU) DX9010(AU) DX100(AU) DX7510(EU) DX9010(EU)

� �

� �

ELECTRIC & CALIBRATION

� �

HYDRAULIC

Model Example)

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2 3 D E F G H J K

2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

� �

� �

A/C & HEATER

� �

INDEX

� �

CABIN

Year of manufacturing Example)

BRAKE

Remark

Tractor serial number assignment standard

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DX7510/9010/100

STEERING

E1#⭏㜸width B: Overall

FRONT AXLE

F1#⭏ါ C: Overall height

BRAKE

REAR AXLE

TRANSMISSION

ENGINE

41#⩯ྻ#+⢩, E1: HTread (Front)

1#Ყྻ#+៯, E2:H5Tread (Rear)

3. Dimensions

GENERAL

SAFETY FIRST

GENERAL - DIMENSIONS

F: Min. ground I1#ェ⭋ⴋ␌ါ clearance

HYDRAULIC

G1#ムྻbase D: Wheel

A₁: Overall D41#⭏⫰length

ELECTRIC & CALIBRATION

A₂: Overall D51#⭏⫰length T85W103C

mm (in.)

A/C & HEATER

CABIN

Item

DX7510(AU,EU)

DX9010(AU,EU)

DX100(AU)

Remarks

A1 : Overall length

4,120 (162.2)

Lower link (quick), front weight excluded

A2 : Overall length

4,535 (178.5)

Lower link (quick), front weight included

B : Overall width

1,977 (77.8)

2,000 (78.7)

-

C : Overall height

2,770 (109.1)

2,820 (111.0)

-

D : Wheel base

INDEX

E : Tread

2,305 (90.7)

-

E1 : Front

1,510 (59.5)

1,557 (61.3)

-

E2 : Rear

1,532 (60.3)

1,535 (60.4)

-

445 (17.5)

495 (19.5)

-

F : Min. ground clear-ance

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DX7510/9010/100

Max. power HP(kw)/rpm

Type

Number of cylinders Bore and stroke mm (in.) Displacement cc(cu in.)

105 x 127 (4.134 x 5.000) 4,400 (268.5)

Rated revolution (rpm) Injection timing

2,200

1 - 3 - 4 - 2 (1: Closest to cooling fan)

U.S.gal (ℓ)

125 (33.0)

U.S.gal (ℓ)

10.5 (2.77)

Engine coolant

U.S.gal (ℓ)

13.9 (3.67)

Transmission case

U.S.gal (ℓ)

80 (21.1)

Front axle support

U.S.gal (ℓ)

4.5 (1.2)

Front axle case

U.S.gal (ℓ)

LH: 2.2 (0.58), RH: 2.2 (0.58)

Rear

12.4 - 24, 8 PR 18.4 - 30, 8 PR

Clutch

4-gear, constant mesh

Speeds

F16 x R16

Driving

Wet multi discs with brake fluid Wet multi discs 0.47 (0.12), mineral

Hydrostatic power steering 48.4 (12.8) 35.2 (9.3) Cat.II

Main Steering

3-point hitch

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CABIN

1,940(4,277) 2 Independent/Ground, Independent with hydraulic multi disc clutch SAE 1-3 / 8, 6 splines

A/C & HEATER

PTO shaft 1st Rotation PTO speed (rpm) (PTO rpm/ 2nd Engine (rpm) rpm) Min. turning radius (when not braked) mm (in.) Weight (excluding ballast weight) kg (lb)

ELECTRIC & CALIBRATION

Position, Draft and Mixed control

Steering

Max. lifting capacity kg (lb) Number of attachable auxiliary hydraulic valves Type

STEERING

Range

HYDRAULIC

4-gear, synchromesh

Parking capacity U.S.gal (ℓ/min) Hydraulic lift control

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Power shuttle

Main

Brake

Pump capacity U.S.gal (ℓ/min)

18.4 - 34, 8PR Wet type, multiple plates

Shuttle Transmission

BRAKE

Fuel tank

Front

Hydraulic system

18.2:1

Engine crankcase

Tire size

Drive train

17.5 : 1

FRONT AXLE

19.3 : 1

Compression ratio

REAR AXLE

ATDC 0º

Injection sequence from flywheel

Capacity

4,400 (268.5)(turbo)

539/2,200, 540/2,204 1,073/2,200, 1,000/2,050 4,400 (173.2) 3,500 (7,716)

3,630 (8,003)

3,500 (7,716)

3,630 (8,003)

INDEX

Engine

GENERAL

Model

DX7510(AU) DX9010(AU) DX100(AU) DX7510(EU) DX9010(EU) 1104C1104C1104D1104C - 44 1104D-44T 44TT 44TTT 44TT 72.4 (54) 89.2 (66.5) 99.2 (74) 74.4 (55.5) 91.2 (68) / 2,200 / 2,200 / 2,200 / 2,200 / 2,200 Upright, 4-cylinder, watercooled Upright, 4-cylinder, watercooled 4-cycle, direct injection type, 4-cycle, diturbo diesel rect injection type, diesel 4

TRANSMISSION

Model

ENGINE

4. Specifications

SAFETY FIRST

GENERAL - SPECIFICATIONS

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Model

DX7510(AU) DX9010(AU) DX100(AU) DX7510(EU) DX9010(EU) 0.76 ~ 35.43 0.81 ~ 37.78 0.76 ~ 35.43 Forward km/h (MPH) (0.47 ~21.97) (0.50 ~23.42) (0.47 ~ 21.97) Driving speed Reverse 0.61 ~ 28.39 0.65 ~ 30.28 0.61 ~ 28.39 km/h (MPH) (0.38 ~ 17.60) 0.40 ~ 18.77 (0.38 ~ 17.60) Max. vertical load to drawbar kg (lb) 1,500 (3,307) Max. trailer pulling load kg (lb)

4,500 (9,921)

NOTES: The specifications are subject to change without notice.

INDEX

A/C & HEATER

CABIN

ELECTRIC & CALIBRATION

HYDRAULIC

STEERING

FRONT AXLE

BRAKE

REAR AXLE

TRANSMISSION

ENGINE

GENERAL

SAFETY FIRST

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18 T 34 T 60 T 21 T

29 T

19 T

18 T

A/C & HEATER

19 T

14 T

CABIN

C/Damper

N

F

4th

36 T

ELECTRIC & CALIBRATION

25 T

26 T

30 T

R

SHUTTLE

72.4, 89.2, 99.2 PS/2200 rpm(AU) 74.4, 91.2 PS/2200 rpm(EU)

ENGINE

N

MAIN SHIFT

2nd

33 T

28 T

HYDRAULIC

N

3rd

29 T

32 T

1st

37 T

24 T

N

43 T

12 T

N

37 T

2nd

20 T

N

23 T

1st

34 T

FRONT AXLE

SUB SHIFT

3rd

31 T

24 T

STEERING

4WD

4WD

4th

20 T

43 T

BRAKE

21 T

37 T

N

2nd

41 T

20 T

ENGINE

PTO SHIFT

49 T

12 T

1st

TRANSMISSION

56 T 13 T

8T

REAR AXLE

37 T

25 T

30 T

33 T

GENERAL

PTO SHAFT

5. Driving speed

5.1 Drive train diagram

To calculate the driving speed, the rotating ratios for each gear should be calculated based on the transmission and the gear arrangement of the rear axle beforehand. SAFETY FIRST

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26

30

25

Reverse idle gear

A/C & HEATER

25

36

29 33 37

24

HYDRAULIC

32 28

ELECTRIC & CALIBRATION

20

6006

31

43 24

STEERING

43

20

37

34

23

BRAKE

37

30

33

Creep speed idle gear

6307

12

FRONT AXLE

TRANSMISSION

Parking brake

37

8

REAR AXLE

6307NR

6307NR

41

20

25

6308

6306

GENERAL

4WD idle gear

49

12

ENGINE

SAFETY FIRST

GENERAL - DRIVING SPEED DX7510/9010/100

Gear arrangement of transmission

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A/C & HEATER

6215

CABIN

30X42X25

21T

56T

30X42X25

13T

Differental pinion shaft(12T)

HYDRAULIC

30213JR

FRONT AXLE

Ring gear(37T)

32918JR

BRAKE

Brake

30X42X25

TRANSMISSION

13 gear shaft

6213

REAR AXLE

13T

21T

30X42X25

56T

Planetary gear assembly

Rear differential assembly

Spiral bevel gear(8T)

STEERING

Differental side shaft(16T)

6213

ELECTRIC & CALIBRATION

13T

21T

56T

Rear axle

ENGINE

GENERAL

Rear axle bearing cover

6215

Gear arrangement of rear axle SAFETY FIRST

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6311

16013

19 21

60

34

14

16017

TMB306

A/C & HEATER

6308

51206

18

19

6308

6309

CABIN

ELECTRIC & CALIBRATION

12 16

33207J

33208J

BRAKE

REAR AXLE

19

18

Front axle support

14

34

GENERAL

SAFETY FIRST

60 19

6311

Front axle

Front axle case group

21

ENGINE

Bevel gear case group

TRANSMISSION

Differental gear shaft

Steering cylinder

Rear bracket

Front bracket

FRONT AXLE

18 bevel pinion shaft

29 18

STEERING

Front differental assembly

HYDRAULIC

GENERAL - DRIVING SPEED DX7510/9010/100

Gear arrangement of front axle

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5.1.1 Arrangement of main shift gear and rear axle gears

30

x

26

25

2:

36

3:

4:

H:

37 28

M:

33 32

L:

29 36

C:

25

20 43

x

20 43 20 43 12 43

Final drive

1

8

13

1

37

(13 + 56)

x

x

x

24 31 12 43 20 37

x

23 34

Example for calculating the rotating speed ratio of rear axle (forward, high speed, 1st gear) Forward 1 1

x

24 37

Spiral bevel pinion

High speed

1st x

1 1

8

x

37

Final drive x

13 (13 + 56)

= 0.0264236

REAR AXLE

24

Spiral bevel

GENERAL

1:

1

Range shift gear

ENGINE

1

F:

R:

Main gear shift gear

TRANSMISSION

Shuttle gear

= Rotating speed of rear axle / engine rpm Example) Rotating speed of rear axle (at engine speed of 2200 rpm): 2200 x 0.0264236 = 58.1319 RPM

BRAKE

5.1.2 Rear tire rolling circumference

DX7510 (AU, EU) DX9010(EU)

Tire specifi- Rolling circumference cation

Inch

m

18.4 - 30

183

4.6482

18.4 - 34

195

4.9530

FRONT AXLE

Tire

AG

DX9010(AU) DX100(AU)

STEERING

Model

HYDRAULIC

* AG: Agricultural

ELECTRIC & CALIBRATION

The rear tire specifications and tire circumference are specified by the tire manufacturer based on the inflation pressure of the standard tire and the standard load application. Therefore, the actual circumference may be different depending on conditions and it is recommended to measure the actual circumference.

INDEX

A/C & HEATER

CABIN

SAFETY FIRST

GENERAL - DRIVING SPEED

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SAFETY FIRST

GENERAL - DRIVING SPEED 5.2 Rotating speed ratio (engine vs. rear axle) 5.2.1 Driving speed * At rated engine rpm (2,200 rpm) with standard tires.

Calculation of driving speed Rolling cir 60 Rear Driving speed = x cumference of x (km/h) axle rpm 1000 rear wheels =

Rotating Rolling cir 60 Engine x speed ratio x cumference of x rpm 1000 of rear axle rear wheels

Forward driving speed table (at 2200 rpm)

REAR AXLE

TRANSMISSION

DX7510/9010/100

DX7510(AU,EU)

DX9010(AU)

DX9010(EU)

DX100(AU)

(AG 18.4 - 30)

(AG 18.4 - 34)

BRAKE

Item km/h

MPH

km/hr

MPH

1st

0.76

0.47

0.81

0.50

2nd

0.99

0.62

1.06

0.66

3rd

1.29

0.80

1.37

0.85

4th

1.69

1.05

1.79

1.11

1st

2.08

1.29

2.21

1.37

2nd

2.72

1.69

2.89

1.80

3rd

3.54

2.20

3.76

2.34

4th

4.62

2.87

4.90

3.04

1st

5.77

3.59

6.13

3.81

2nd

7.55

4.69

8.02

4.98

3rd

9.82

6.10

10.43

6.48

4th

12.81

7.96

13.61

8.46

1st

16.02

9.96

17.02

10.58

2nd

20.96

13.02

22.26

13.83

3rd

27.25

16.94

28.95

17.99

4th

35.43

21.97

37.78

23.48

Low speed (L)

Mid speed (M)

High speed (H)

INDEX

A/C & HEATER

CABIN

ELECTRIC & CALIBRATION

HYDRAULIC

STEERING

FRONT AXLE

Creep speed (C)

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