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Wagner Scooptrams

Operators Manual

Operating Instructions

Low Lube/High Temperature- Red (Deutz)

General Operating Tips

The following conditions will activate the red


Before operating the vehicle, review the following operating tips. They will help you receive
greater performance from your Scooptram while
maintaining safety.

Excessive Oil Temperature

Low Oil Pressure

Loading And Unloading (Monostick)

When the red light is activated, engine power

should be reduced and the vehicle stopped in a
safe area. Maintenance personnel must be contacted for repair. To prevent serious damage
from occurring, the engine should not be operated until approval is given by maintenance personnel.

The dump and hoist lever controls the bucket

and boom. Moving the lever toward the operator
raises the boom. Move the hoist lever away from
the operator to lower the boom. Move the lever
to the left (towards the bucket) to dump the
bucket. Move the lever to the right (towards the
rear) to retract the bucket.

Procedure for Using The SAHR Emergency

Brake Release System

Loading The Bucket

Combining the traction of the vehicle with the
power of the bucket is known as crowd-loading.
With proper use of your traction power and
bucket force, you will soon be able to singlepass load without spinning the tires or ramming
the ore pile. The following is the recommended
procedure for proper loading using a method
developed over many years of experience. With
practice, you will find that it is the best method
of loading.

To move a vehicle that has no power or clutch

pressure, depress the SAHR Brake Override
Control lever. This allows oil pressure through
the relay valve to the brake treadle control valve
to release the brakes so the vehicle can be safely
While the override is in use, the brakes can be
applied to slow and/or stop the vehicle by;
(a) releasing the SAHR Brake Override
Control lever.
(b) applying pressure to the brake pedal.
Applying the brakes with the brake pedal will
gradually deplete the accumulator pressure.
Releasing the Override Control lever will vent
the entire system pressure. If the accumulator
pressure is reduced to less than 1500 psi, use the
hand-operated hydraulic pump to restore the


Clean the loading area of rocks, etc., before proceeding to load the bucket. This makes for more



Operating Instructions

Operators Manual

Wagner Scooptrams

level loading, better traction and less chance of

under carriage and tire damage.

time. The bucket is easier to load and you keep

the sides of the pile cleaned up.

As you approach the ore pile, first completely

lower the boom. Then lower the bucket tip to the

As you start to penetrate the pile, your forward

motion will slow. At this time, accelerate to
increase the crowding action.

Approach the pile in Low gear with the bucket

just touching the surface. The Boom Control
Lever may be placed in the float position.

Never put so much down-pressure as to lift the

front wheels off the ground. This is normally
caused tipping the bucket too far forward. When
you have only two rear wheels driving, the digging power is greatly reduced.

Approach the pile squarely. Work the vehicle in

a straight line.
Never apply so much bucket life force as to raise
the rear of the vehicle off the ground. If this
should occur, back up a short distance and tip the
bucket forward. Continue to crowd until all for-

Note: If front and rear wheels are not in line,

there is less traction and vehicle may jackknife.
Control the shape of the muck pile. Pick up the
first load from the closest point first. Keep the
pile square by loading at different place each




Wagner Scooptrams

Operators Manual

Operating Instructions

ward motion stops. At this point, reduce accelerator pressure to prevent tire spin.

If wheels spin, ease up on the throttle. This

causes downward pressure on the front wheels.

With the proper use of the bucket controls and

the throttle, all four wheels have traction at all
times. By operating the bucket control lever
back and forth, you cause a prying action with
the bucket. By accelerating only enough to keep
the wheels pushing the vehicle into the pile you
can avoid spinning the wheels.

Important: When back scraping, never lift the

front wheels off the ground and pull ore under
the wheels. When the vehicle comes down it can
cause damage to the under carriage and differential.
When the bucket is loaded, tilt it back completely. Shift to reverse and back away from the
pile. Carry the loaded bucket fully back and the
boom lowered onto the stops. With optional ride
control, lift the boom 2-4 inches above the stops
and turn the ride control switch to the on position.

Note: It is good practice to tilt the bucket forward slightly and then back rapidly to shake
down the load. This will prevent material from
falling from the bucket when traveling.