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Simoniz Tire Shiner

Manual
Sonny's Enterprises, Inc.
5605 Hiatus Road
Tamarac, Florida 33321

Simoniz Tire Shiner Manual


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*Table of Contents*
*INTRODUCTION* .......................................................................................................................3
Product Specifications ...........................................................................................................4
Optional Related Equipment ..................................................................................................5
*SAFETY REQUIREMENTS*.......................................................................................................6
*INSTALLATION* ........................................................................................................................7
Utilities Requirements ............................................................................................................7
Dimensions..............................................................................................................................8
Equipment Installation..........................................................................................................15
Tire Shiner Installation ......................................................................................................15
Adjustments and Testing .....................................................................................................18
*GENERAL OPERATION* .........................................................................................................19
*PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE*...............................................................................................20
*COMMON REPAIRS* ...............................................................................................................21
Replace Foam Pads ...........................................................................................................22
Replace FloJet Pump.........................................................................................................24
Replace Hanger Arm Bearings .........................................................................................26
Replace Retract Cylinder...................................................................................................28
*EXPLODED VIEWS* ................................................................................................................30
*CUSTOMER SERVICE* ...........................................................................................................34

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*INTRODUCTION*
This Owners Manual contains information that is vital to the successful
installation, operation and maintenance of your SONNYS Vehicle washing
equipment.
Please read, and understand, the full contents of this manual before
installation and operation of the equipment. Keep this booklet in a location
where it may be used for ongoing reference.
Should you have any questions on the operation of servicing of this
equipment please contact
TECHNICAL SERVICES DEPT.
SONNYS ENTERPRISES INC.
5605 Hiatus Road
TAMARAC, FLORIDA
TELEPHONE: 800-327-8723
FAX: 800-495-4049.
THANK YOU FOR YOUR CONFIDENCE IN SONNYS !!!!!

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Product Specifications
Automatic operation triggered by the car wash equipment controller.
Aluminum frame and hangers. Also available in stainless steel.
Designed to operate in the drip space of conveyor car washes.
2 foam applicators on each side total 96 inches in length.
Control panel complete with 2 air driven solution pumps.
Each side has split solution delivery manifolds for solution delivery savings.
3 inch half round UHMW plastic entrance guides are standard on both sides.
Hangers and foam applicator assemblies are height adjustable on both sides.
Air over oil control for retract and extend functions.
Heavy duty grease-able bearings are easily accessible.
14 ft. 5 in. of tunnel length is required for the passenger side applicator unit.
12 ft. of tunnel length is required for the driver side unit.

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Optional Related Equipment

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*SAFETY REQUIREMENTS*
1. Only those employees specifically instructed by the location manager will be permitted to
enter the wash tunnel to perform inspections or maintenance.
2. Do not enter the wash tunnel when the equipment is operating.
3. Always exercise caution when walking through the wash area, may be slippery conditions.
4. Be cautious when walking thru the tunnel to avoid running into or tripping over equipment.
5. Do not ever run through the wash area.
6. Do not perform any work on equipment unless you performed Lock-Out Safety Precautions.
7. When maintenance requires that a piece of equipment be in operation, one qualified
maintenance person must stay at the power disconnect switch while that equipment is
operating.
8. All electrically powered equipment must have manually operated disconnects capable of
being locked in the OFF position. Equipment that has been locked out for any reason
can only be restarted by the person who performed the lock out operation.
9. Do not attempt to repair or adjust any pressurized liquid or pneumatic part, hose, pipe or
fitting while that equipment is in operation.
10. Any Stop switch activated must be reset only by the person who initiated the operation.
11. Electrical connections and repairs are to be performed by a Licensed Electrician only.
12. Store all cleaning and washing solutions and oils in a well ventilated area.
13. Clean up fluid spills immediately to prevent hazardous safety conditions.
14. Be certain to follow all safety procedures on MSDS Sheets for each chemical product used.
15. All new employees must be thoroughly trained in safe operating and maintenance practices.
16. All employees must attend periodically scheduled safety procedure sessions.
17. Do not operate any piece of equipment that requires safety covers with those covers
removed or improperly installed.
18. Do not allow any part of your body or other object to come in contact with moving
machinery.
19. Do not wear loose fitting clothing or jewelry around moving machinery.
20. At least two qualified maintenance people must be present when performing equipment
repairs or preventative maintenance.
21. When working on any equipment that is higher than a persons shoulders always use a
fiberglass ladder that is in good condition.

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*INSTALLATION*
Utilities Requirements
UTILITIES INTERCONNECTION AND THE MATERIALS REQUIRED FOR
INTERCONNECTION TO SONNYS EQUIPMENT ARE THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE
CUSTOMER !
PERFORM ALL TRADES WORK TO ALL APPLICABLE LOCAL AND
NATIONAL CODES !
Electrical

The Customers Electrician is to provide and install control wiring from the tunnel
equipment controller for one programmable function to the junction box on the tire shiner
control panel. See Figure #5 in Dimensions Section. The function is to provide for
applicators retract through the four way solenoid valves on the control panel and power to
the timer. The timer will power three way solenoid valve on the control panel for solution
pumps for the number of seconds set on the timer.

Be certain that the solenoid coil voltage (24VAC OR 110VAC) on the three solenoid valves as
ordered from Sonnys is compatible with the tunnel equipment controller output voltage !!!
Pneumatic

The Customers Plumber is to provide and install a inch compressed air line
(approximately 6 cfm at maximum load) from the air compressor to the inch FPT inlet
port on the main inlet air manifold on the tire shiner control panel. See Figure #3 in
Dimensions Section.

OPTION WATER FEED FOR WETTING PADS


Electrical

The water valve is 110vac and supplied with a switched cord that plugs into a standard
wall outlet that must be installed by the electrician within 6 feet of the tire shiner control
panel.

Water

The Customers plumber provides and installs a water line from city water to the
poly-tubing fitting inlet to the ball valve and solenoid valve mounted on the tire shiner
control panel. See Figure #3 in Dimensions Section.

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Dimensions

Figure # 1
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Figure # 2
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Old Style
Water inlet
FPT

Old Style
Water Feed
PS & DS
3/8 Poly
Line

Air Inlet
1/2

Chemical Feed
3/8 Poly Lines
(4)
DS
PS

DS
PS
Air Feed for Retracts
3/8 Poly Lines (4)

Figure # 3

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Old Style Water


Connection

Entrance
Chemical
Feed

Air Feed
for Extend

Bottom of
Oil Bottle
connects
to
Air
Cylinder

Old Style Water


Connection

Exit
Chemical

Air Feed
for
Retract
Figure # 4

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Figure # 5

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Water Application
Figure # 6

Chemical Application
Figure # 7

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Figure # 8
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Equipment Installation
Tire Shiner Installation
Tools
1. Safety Glasses
2. 1/2" Drive Ratchet Set
3. Standard Combo Wrenches
4. Standard Screwdriver
5. 1 Hammer Drill
6. Sledge Hammer
7. Tape Measure

Consumables
1. Stainless Shims
2. Teflon Tape

Manpower
Two (2) men

Time (assuming no problems)


2.00 - 3.00 hours
Installation Steps

1. Determine where the Tire Shiner is to be installed.


2. Sweep any debris from the area the Tire Shiner will sit.
3. Tie both driver side and passenger side units temporarily in its full retracted position.
4. Position the driver side and passenger side units in the general area where they will be
installed according to figure 1 or 2 (depends on the model you have), but do NOT
anchor at this time!
5. Measure 73 from the inside of guide rail (passenger side) to plastic angle on the
entrance end of the passenger side assembly. Check to ensure the outer edge of the exit
base plate is approximately 103 - 105 from the inside of guide rail.
6. Carefully secure the exit base plate with one floor anchor.
7. Position the frame so the measurement between the inside of guide rail to each base
plate is equal.
8. Carefully secure the entrance base plate with one floor anchor.
Note: If the floor is not level where the base plates are being mounted it may be necessary to
shim the base plates so the assembly hangs with the arms level for side to side.
9. Double check the dimensions, and then finish anchoring the base plates for the
passenger side assembly to the floor.

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10. Allow the assembly to extend toward the center of the wash tunnel, should measure
approximately 49 from the inside of guide rail (passenger side) to plastic angle on the
entrance end of the passenger side assembly.
Note: If the floor is not level where the base plates are being mounted it may be necessary to
shim the base plates so the vertical center of the foam pad is the same in the extended and
retracted positions.
11. Adjust the hanger height so that the vertical center of the foam is 6.5 inches above the
floor.
12. Place the driver side entrance base plate so it is approximately 14 inches closer to the
exit of the tunnel than the passenger side entrance base plate (refer to tunnel drawings
for exact measurements).
13. Allow the driver side unit to extend toward the center of the wash tunnel.
14. With the hangers fully extended measure 5 inches from the entrance and exit foam edge
to the inside of the inside guide rail. Do NOT anchor at this time!
15. Square the driver side unit in the same manner as that used for the passenger side unit.
Mark the floor for proper base plate placement and mark the outside guide rail where the
entrance end of the tire guide will clear (refer to Figure 8 and tunnel drawings).
16. Fully retract the applicator then mark the exit end of the outside guide rail to clear the
applicator (refer to Figure 8 and tunnel drawings).
17. Set the applicator out of the way while cutting the guide rail and removing the section to
allow full swing of the driver side unit.
18. Place the driver side unit base plates on the previously made marks and install one
anchor in each base plate.
19. Check the measurements to ensure the assembly is square with the conveyor and that
the assembly will properly clear the guide rail in the fully extended and retracted
positions.
20. Double check the dimensions, and then finish anchoring the base plates for the driver
side assembly to the floor.
Note: If the floor is not level where the base plates are being mounted it may be necessary to
shim the base plates so the vertical center of the foam pad is the same in the extended and
retracted positions.
21. Adjust the hanger height so that the vertical center of the foam is 6.5 inches above the
floor of the conveyor in retracted and extended positions.
22. Mount the control panel on the equipment room wall as close as feasible to the tire shine
applicators.
23. Run and connect the water feed line to the tire shiners on both sides.
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24. Run and connect the solution feed lines to the tire shiners on both sides.
25. Run and connect the air feed lines to the retract cylinder and reservoirs on both sides.

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Adjustments and Testing


Prepare new foam pads for on-line operation
Manually override the FloJet pumps on the control panel by energizing the 3 way air solenoid
valve on the control panel. Allow the pumps to run until 1 to 2 gallons of Tire Shine product have
been delivered to each applicator unit (Driver Side and Passenger Side) in the wash tunnel.
With a water hose saturate the foam on both units with water. Squeeze each foam section to be
certain the foam pads have completely absorbed the water.
Adjust the equipment programmer functions for the Tire Shiner to sequential operation and allow
product to be delivered to approximately 20 consecutive vehicle washes. Fine tune the extend
air regulator pressure settings on the driver side and passenger side until the foam pads
compress to surround each tire.
With the tire shiner in the fully extended position adjust the hanger height so that the vertical
center of the foam is 6.5 inches above the floor.
Normal On-line Adjustments
Pad hanger tension may be adjusted by moving the shock absorber mounting brackets for
more, or less tension.
Ensure rubber bumper on the drivers side is adjusted so the plastic guide on the tire shiner lines
up with the plastic guide on the conveyor.
Set-up air regulator settings on the tire shiner control panel should be 80psi for the main
regulator, 40 to 70 psi for the solution pumps air regulators, 50psi on the driver side retract air
regulator, 60 psi on the passenger side retract air regulator. These settings may be adjusted for
fine tuning of the equipment operation.
The solution pump solenoid valve should be set to operate for 2 to 5 seconds for each service
sold. This setting will be made at the timer mounted in the timer box. The Tire Shiner equipment
is volume sensitive. That is, when more vehicles purchase the service the solution requirement
per vehicle is less in a days car washing volume.
The water timer should be adjusted to activate the water solenoid valve once every hour (Green
pointer). The valve will run for 20 seconds (Red pointer). See Figure #6 in Dimensions Section.
Chemical timer should be set to E 0 0 4 s . The Desired chemical usage is between 2-5 oz.
per car. To increase or decrease chemical, press the + or the - button to increase seconds
(above and below the 4 column). The higher the percentage of sales the less chemical is
needed. See Figure #7 in Dimensions Section.
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*GENERAL OPERATION*
The Tire Shine applicator system is intended to provide programmable on-line, automatic,
delivery of Simoniz Pad Perfect Tire Shine product to the four tires of passenger vehicles.
SPECIAL NOTE: Sonnys Model #TSA 100 has been satisfactorily tested in day to day
car wash operations using the Simoniz Pad Perfect Tire Shine product. Sonnys cannot
guarantee the successful operation of the Tire Shiner equipment when other brands of
tire brightening chemical products are used in this equipment.
When the Tire Shiner equipment is at rest with the conveyor stopped or no vehicle has been
programmed to accept this service with the conveyor running, the driver side and passenger
side units are both retracted away from the center of the wash tunnel and the pumping system is
off.
When the Tire Shiner equipment has been programmed to provide the tire shine service the
driver side and passenger side units extend to the center of the wash tunnel at the chosen time
and Tire Shine solution is delivered to the foam pads on the units to wipe the product on to the
passing tires of the vehicle. If the next vehicle in line has also purchased the Tire Shine service
the equipment will remain extended and ready to deliver the application process. If the next
vehicle in line has not purchased the Tire Shine service the equipment will retract from the
center of the wash tunnel and the solution pumping system is off.

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*PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE*
DAILY
1. Prep the foam pads for use, by overriding the solution timer and applying excess
chemical to pads.
2. Check all lines and fittings for leaks. Repair, or replace, as needed.
3. Check the pads for tears, damage, grease, oil, or foreign objects and clean the face of
the pads if necessary using high pressure water only, no chemicals.
4. Check retract/extend for proper operation, check for smoothness and correct application
pressure.
5. Check for sufficient chemical for the days use.
WEEKLY
1. Spray lubricant on the clevis pins on both ends of the retract cylinders.
2. Check fluid in reservoir and fill to when retracted if necessary.
FOR THE FIRST MONTH OF OPERATION CHECK ALL HYDRAULIC FITTINGS FOR
TIGHTNESS EACH WEEK. PERFORM THIS INSPECTION TO THE SCHEDULE SHOWN
BELOW AFTER THE FIRST MONTH OF OPERATION.
MONTHLY
1. Grease all pivotal bearings on the hanger frame work, 16 bearings total.
2. Inspecting all hardware and fittings for tightness.
3. Inspect each pads for wear if the pad is worn it may be inverted to extend its usable
lifespan.
SEMI-ANNUALLY
1. Remove pads and check nozzles for clogging and install new pads if necessary. Pads
may be flipped to extend usable lifespan.
2. If fluid in reservoirs is contaminated drain, purge and refill.

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*COMMON REPAIRS*
Replace Foam Pads (1)
Replace FloJet Pump (2)
Replace Hanger Arm Bearings (4)
Replace Retract Cylinder (3)

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Replace Foam Pads


Tools
1. Safety Glasses
2. Channel Lock Pliers
3. Two C Clamps

Consumables
None

Manpower
One (1) man

Time (assuming no problems)


0.50 - 1.50 hours

Qty
1

Name of Replacement Part


Foam Pads

Replacement Parts
Product Part Number
TSAFOAM248
Repair Steps

Caution: You must shut off all power to the conveyor and lock out the Motor Control Center
before starting this repair.
1. Shut off all power to the conveyor and lock out the Motor Control Center.
Note: Dropping the release clips when removing or installing is very common, its best to have
several spares available before beginning repair.
2. Remove the clips and pins that secure the two driver side foam pads.
3. Remove the black plastic plates and set aside.
4. Slide the old foam pads out from the frame.
5. Slide the new foam pads into place.
6. Place the black plastic plates on top of the new foam pads.
7. Holding the top and bottom plates together using the C clamps, install the pins and
clips.
8. Repeat Steps 2 through 7 on the passenger side.
9. Turn on the water valve and override the water timer on the control panel. Saturate the
new foam pads with water, and then return water settings to normal.
10. Override the control panel to apply tire dressing to the new foam pads. Allow the pumps
to run apply 1 to 2 gallons of tire dressing to the pads and work it in by hand.
11. Return the chemical settings to normal.
12. Remove all tools and equipment from the work area.
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Caution: Before returning power to the conveyor and removing lock out from the Motor Control
Center make sure all personnel are clear of the operational area.
13. Remove the lock out from the Motor Control Center.
14. Run 20 consecutive vehicles with the tire shiner option. Fine tune the extend air regulator
pressure settings on the driver aide and passenger side until the foam applicator pads
compress to surround each tire.

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Replace FloJet Pump


Tools
1. Safety Glasses
2. Regular Screwdriver
3. Utility Knife

Consumables
None

Manpower
One (1) man

Time (assuming no problems)


0.50 - 1.00 hours

Qty
1

Name of Replacement Part


FloJet Pump

Replacement Parts
Product Part Number
G57
Repair Steps

Caution: You must shut off all power to the conveyor and lock out the Motor Control Center
before starting this repair.
1. Shut off all power to the conveyor and lock out the Motor Control Center.
2. Remove the air input line from the quick disconnect air port on the pump by sliding the
retainer clip backwards with a screwdriver.
3. Remove the chemical input line from the left port on the pump.
4. Remove the chemical output line from the right port on the pump.
5. Lift the strap and remove the old pump.
6. Remove the new hose barbs from the ports of the new pump and set the hose barbs
aside.
7. Set the new pump in place and replace the strap.
8. Remove the old hose barbs assemblies from the lines and install the new ones.
9. Install the chemical lines in the ports of the new pump, ensure the input is on the left and
the output is on the right.
10. Install the air line in the port on the new pump.
11. Remove all tools and equipment from the work area.
Caution: Before returning power to the conveyor and removing lock out from the Motor Control
Center make sure all personnel are clear of the operational area.
12. Remove the lock out from the Motor Control Center.
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13. At the control panel run the override for the chemical pump. Check to make sure it is
pumping. Look for any leaks at the connections.

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Replace Hanger Arm Bearings


Tools
1. Safety Glasses
2. Drive Ratchet Set
3. Standard Combo Wrenches
4. Standard Allen Wrenches
5. Channel Lock Pliers
6. Bearing Puller
7. Permanent Marker
Manpower
One (1) man

Qty
8
8

Name of Replacement Part


Bearings, with cap
Bearings

Consumables
1. Anti-Seize Compound
2. Penetrating Oil
3. Emery Cloth

Time (assuming no problems)


4.00 - 6.00 hours

Replacement Parts
Product Part Number
BTB20CEP
BTB20C
Repair Steps

Caution: You must shut off all power to the conveyor and lock out the Motor Control Center
before starting this repair.
1. Shut off all power to the conveyor and lock out the Motor Control Center.
2. Saturate the bearing and the bolts that connect the bearings to the tire shiner assembly
and frame with penetrating oil.
3. Shut off the valve to the tire brush retract 4-way air valve and drain.
4. Remove the bolts that hold the retract cylinder in place and remove the retract cylinder.
5. Block the tire shiner up so it will not fall when the bearings are removed.
6. Outline each of the existing bearings on the frame using a permanent marker.
7. Mark the top surface of each of the hanger arms with the position of that arm so they will
not be confused later.
8. Remove the bolts from the bearings holding the hanger arms to the foam pad assembly.
9. Lay the foam pad assembly aside out of the way, it is still connected to the chemical and
water lines so it will not move far.
10. Remove the bolts from the bearings holding the hanger arms to the frame.
11. Place the entrance end hanger arm on the workbench.
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Note: If the set screws in the bearings are stripped they may have to be drilled out. Use a
high speed drill bit and slowly drill out the set screw.
12. Remove all the set screws from the old bearings
13. Remove all the bearings using a bearing puller.
14. Clean the all shafts of the hanger arm with an emery cloth until the new bearing slides
easily onto the shaft.
15. Apply anti-seize compound to each of the shafts.
16. Slide new bearings (with no caps) onto the bottom shafts with set screws towards the
arm and snug one set screw on each bearing.
17. Slide new bearings (with caps), onto the top shafts with set screws away from arm and
snug one set screw on each bearing.
18. Repeat Steps 11 through 17 with the exit end hanger arm.
19. After both arms are finished place them according to the marks made in Step 7.
20. Bolt the bearings back to the frame following the outlines that were made in Step 6.
21. Bolt the bearings back to the tire shiner assembly.
22. Once all hanger arm bearings are bolted in the proper location, check the movement of
the assembly to make sure it is smooth.
23. One at a time go to each bearing, loosen the set screw snugged in Step 16 or 17, and
then tighten up all of the set screws on the bearing.
24. Reinstall the retract cylinder.
25. Move the tire shiner assembly in and out. It should move smoothly with no binding. If not,
check the position of the bearings compared to the outline of the old ones. Adjust as
needed.
26. Repeat Step 4 thru 27 on the driver side tire shiner assembly.
27. Turn on the valve to tire shine retract 4-way air valve and manual activate the valve
several times to ensure proper operation. The brush should move smoothly back and
forth.
28. Remove all tools and equipment from the work area.
Caution: Before returning power to the conveyor and removing lock out from the Motor Control
Center make sure all personnel are clear of the operational area.
29. Remove the lock out from the Motor Control Center. Return the conveyor to normal
operation.

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Replace Retract Cylinder


Tools
1. Safety Glasses
2. Drive Ratchet Set
3. Standard Combo Wrenches
4. Channel Lock Pliers

Consumables
1. Teflon Tape

Manpower
One (1) man

Time (assuming no problems)


0.50 - 1.00 hours

Qty
1
1
2
4

Name of Replacement Part


Air Cylinder Driver side
Air Cylinder Pass side
Cylinder Rod Ends
Air Tube Connectors

Replacement Parts
Product Part Number
A700
A450
A701
M10064
Repair Steps

Caution: You must shut off all power to the conveyor and lock out the Motor Control Center
before starting this repair.
1. Shut off all power to the conveyor and lock out the Motor Control Center.
2. Shut off the valve to the tire brush retract 4-way air valve and drain.
3. Note the position of the air lines on the cylinder.
4. Remove air lines from the old cylinder.
5. Remove the bolts or pins that secure each side of the cylinder to the frame.
6. Remove the old cylinder from the frame.
7. Note the position of the rod end on the old cylinder.
8. Screw on the rod end onto the new cylinder to the position noted in Step 6 and tighten
jam nut against the rod end.
9. Wrap the threads of the new air tube connectors with Teflon tape and thread them into
the ports on the new cylinder and tighten.
10. Install the new cylinder in the frame using existing hardware.
11. Attach the air lines to the new cylinder according to the positions noted in Step 3.

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12. Turn on the valve to tire brush retract 4-way air valve and manual activate the valve
several times to ensure proper operation. The brush should move smoothly back and
forth.
13. Remove all tools and equipment from the work area.
Caution: Before returning power to the conveyor and removing lock out from the Motor Control
Center make sure all personnel are clear of the operational area
14. Remove the lock out from the Motor Control Center. Return the conveyor to normal
operation.

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*EXPLODED VIEWS*

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*PARTS LIST*

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*CUSTOMER SERVICE*
Please contact SONNYS Equipment Department for installation and/or operation
questions regarding this piece of equipment.
Please refer to the Parts list in this manual or our Parts Catalog and contact
SONNYS Order Entry Department for any replacement parts for this piece of
equipment.
DEPARTMENT
Toll Free Main Line
Equipment Department

PHONE NUMBERS
800-327-8723
954-467-1203

FAX NUMBERS
800-495-4049
954-720-9292

Or you can email Sales at sales@sonnysdirect.com


Thank you for being a SONNYS car wash equipment owner!
From all of us here at

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