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CONTENTS

TO THE READER .............................................................................................................................................................. 1


SAFETY FIRST ................................................................................................................................................................... 2
SAFETY DECALS .............................................................................................................................................................. 6

CHAPTER 1. GENERAL ..................................................................................................................... 1-1


1. TRACTOR IDENTIFICATION ......................................................................................................................... 1-3
2. DIMENSIONS ................................................................................................................................................... 1-4
3. GENERAL PRECAUTIONS ............................................................................................................................ 1-5
3.1 ASSEMBLY AND DISASSEMBLY ......................................................................................................... 1-5
3.2 ELECTRICAL SYSTEM ......................................................................................................................... 1-6
3.3 TUBES AND RUBBERS ........................................................................................................................ 1-7
3.4 LUBRICANT ........................................................................................................................................... 1-7
4. HANDLING PRECAUTIONS FOR ELECTRICAL PARTS AND WIRING .................................................. 1-8
5. SPECIFICATIONS ........................................................................................................................................... 1-9
6. LUBRICANTS, FUEL AND COOLANT ........................................................................................................ 1-10
7. TIGHTENING TORQUES ............................................................................................................................. 1-11
7.1 GENERAL USE SCREWS, BOLTS AND NUTS ............................................................................... 1-11
7.2 STUD BOLTS ....................................................................................................................................... 1-11
7.3 AMERICAN STANDARD SCREWS, BOLTS AND NUTS WITH UNC OR UNF THREADS ........ 1-12
8. MAINTENANCE CHECK LIST ..................................................................................................................... 1-13
9. CHECK AND MAINTENANCE ...................................................................................................................... 1-15
9.1 DAILY CHECK ...................................................................................................................................... 1-15
9.2 EVERY 50 HOURS .............................................................................................................................. 1-19
9.3 EVERY 100 HOURS ............................................................................................................................ 1-21
9.4 EVERY 200 HOURS ............................................................................................................................ 1-27
9.5 EVERY 400 HOURS ............................................................................................................................ 1-31
9.6 EVERY 600 HOURS ............................................................................................................................ 1-32
9.7 EVERY 800 HOURS ............................................................................................................................ 1-32
9.8 EVERY 1 YEAR .................................................................................................................................... 1-33
9.9 EVERY 2 YEAR .................................................................................................................................... 1-33
9.10 SERVICE AS REQUIRED ................................................................................................................... 1-35
10. TIRES .............................................................................................................................................................. 1-37
10.1 INFLATION PRESSURE ..................................................................................................................... 1-37
10.2 TREAD .................................................................................................................................................. 1-38
10.3 BALLAST ............................................................................................................................................... 1-40
10.4 TRAVELING SPEED ............................................................................................................................ 1-41
11. IMPLEMENT LIMITATIONS ........................................................................................................................... 1-42
CHAPTER 2. ENGINE SYSTEM ....................................................................................................... 2-1
1. FEATURE .......................................................................................................................................................... 2-3
2. LUBRICATING SYSTEM ................................................................................................................................. 2-4
3. COOLING SYSTEM ......................................................................................................................................... 2-5
4. FUEL SYSTEM ................................................................................................................................................. 2-6
5. TROUBLESHOOTING .................................................................................................................................... 2-7
6. SERVICING SPECIFICATIONS ................................................................................................................... 2-10
7. DISASSEMBLING AND MAINTENANCE .................................................................................................... 2-22
7.1 DISASSEMBLING ENGINE ................................................................................................................ 2-22
7.2 ENGINE DISASSEMBLED VIEW ....................................................................................................... 2-29
7.3 ENGINE BODY ..................................................................................................................................... 2-31
7.4 LUBRICATING SYSTEM ..................................................................................................................... 2-56
7.5 COOLING SYSTEM ............................................................................................................................. 2-59
7.6 FUEL SYSTEM ..................................................................................................................................... 2-61

CHAPTER 3. CLUTCH ....................................................................................................................... 3-1


1. STRUCTURE ................................................................................................................................................... 3-3
2. TROUBLESHOOTING .................................................................................................................................... 3-4
3. SPECIFICATIONS ........................................................................................................................................... 3-5
4. DISASSEMBLING AND MAINTENANCE ...................................................................................................... 3-6
4.1 CHECKING AND ADJUSTMENT ......................................................................................................... 3-6
4.2 DISASSEMBLING AND ASSEMBLING OF THE CLUTCH HOUSING ............................................ 3-7
4.3 SERVICING .......................................................................................................................................... 3-12

CHAPTER 4. TRANSMISSION ......................................................................................................... 4-1


1. MANUAL TRANSMISSION MODEL ............................................................................................................... 4-3
1.1 POWER TRAIN DIAGRAM .................................................................................................................... 4-3
1.2 POWER TRAIN ....................................................................................................................................... 4-5
1.3 TRANSMISSION SHIFT LINKAGE STRUCTURE ........................................................................... 4-11
2. HST TRANSMISSION MODEL ..................................................................................................................... 4-16
2.1 POWER TRAIN DIAGRAM .................................................................................................................. 4-16
2.2 POWER TRAIN ..................................................................................................................................... 4-17
2.3 TRANSMISSION SHIFT LINKAGE STRUCTURE ........................................................................... 4-26
3. PTO EJECTION ............................................................................................................................................. 4-27
3.1 POWER TRAIN DIAGRAM .................................................................................................................. 4-27
3.2 POWER TRAIN ..................................................................................................................................... 4-28
3.3 PTO SHIFT LINKAGE .......................................................................................................................... 4-29
4. DIFFERENTIAL GEAR .................................................................................................................................. 4-30
4.1 STRUCTURE ....................................................................................................................................... 4-30
5. TROUBLESHOOTING .................................................................................................................................. 4-33
5.1 HYDROSTATIC TRANSMISSION ....................................................................................................... 4-33
5.2 MANUAL TRANSMISSION .................................................................................................................. 4-36
6. SPECIFICATIONS ......................................................................................................................................... 4-37
7. DISASSEMBLING AND MAINTENANCE .................................................................................................... 4-38
7.1 DISASSEMBLING TRANSMISSION MANUAL MODEL (CK25/30) ............................................... 4-38
7.2 DISASSEMBLING TRANSMISSION HST MODEL (CK25H/30H) ................................................. 4-59
7.3 CHECK AND SERVICE ....................................................................................................................... 4-74

CHAPTER 5. REAR AXLE .................................................................................................................. 5-1


1. STRUCTURE ................................................................................................................................................... 5-3
2. TROUBLESHOOTING .................................................................................................................................... 5-4
3. SPECIFICATIONS ........................................................................................................................................... 5-5
4. DISASSEMBLING AND MAINTENANCE ...................................................................................................... 5-6
4.1 DISASSEMBLING THE REAR AXLE ................................................................................................... 5-6
4.2 DISASSEMBLING THE REAR AXLE CASE ........................................................................................ 5-8

CHAPTER 6. BRAKE .......................................................................................................................... 6-1


1. STRUCTURE ................................................................................................................................................... 6-3
2. TROUBLESHOOTING .................................................................................................................................... 6-4
3. SPECIFICATION .............................................................................................................................................. 6-5
4. DISASSEMBLING AND MAINTENANCE ...................................................................................................... 6-6
4.1 CHECK AND ADJUSTMENT ................................................................................................................ 6-6
4.2 DISASSEMBLING THE BRAKE CASE ................................................................................................ 6-8
4.3 BRAKE CASE DISASSEMBLY ............................................................................................................ 6-12
4.4 CHECK AND SERVICE ....................................................................................................................... 6-13

CHAPTER 7. FRONT AXLE ............................................................................................................... 7-1


1. STRUCTURE ................................................................................................................................................... 7-3
1.1 FRONT AXLE STRUCTURE ................................................................................................................. 7-3
1.2 WHEEL ALIGNMENT ............................................................................................................................. 7-4
2. SERVICING ...................................................................................................................................................... 7-6
2.1 TROUBLESHOOTING ........................................................................................................................... 7-6
2.2 SPECIFICATIONS .................................................................................................................................. 7-7
2.3 CHECKING, DISASSEMBLING AND SERVICING ............................................................................ 7-9
2.4 SERVICING .......................................................................................................................................... 7-18

CHAPTER 8. STEERING SYSTEM .................................................................................................. 8-1


1. STRUCTURE ................................................................................................................................................... 8-3
1.1 CHARACTERISTICS ............................................................................................................................. 8-3
1.2 HYDRAULIC CIRCUIT OF POWER STEERING SYSTEM ............................................................... 8-4
1.3 GEAR PUMP ........................................................................................................................................... 8-5
1.4 POWER STEERING UNIT .................................................................................................................... 8-6
1.5 STEERING CYLINDER ......................................................................................................................... 8-8
1.6 OIL FLOW ............................................................................................................................................... 8-9
2. TROUBLESHOOTING .................................................................................................................................. 8-11
3. SPECIFICATION ............................................................................................................................................ 8-12
4. DISASSEMBLY AND MAINTENANCE ......................................................................................................... 8-13
4.1 DISASSEMBLY THE HYDRAULIC PUMP ......................................................................................... 8-13
4.2 DISASSEMBLING THE POWER STEERING UNIT ......................................................................... 8-15
4.3 DISASSEMBLING THE STEERING CYLINDER ............................................................................. 8-25
4.4 SERVICING .......................................................................................................................................... 8-26

CHAPTER 9. HYDRAULIC SYSTEM ............................................................................................... 9-1


1. STRUCTURE ................................................................................................................................................... 9-3
1.1 HYDRAULIC CIRCUIT DIAGRAM ........................................................................................................ 9-3
1.2 HYDRAULIC CIRCUIT DIAGRAM OF 3-POINT HYDRAULIC SYSTEM ......................................... 9-4
1.3 HYDRAULIC SCHEME ......................................................................................................................... 9-7
1.4 OIL FILTER ............................................................................................................................................. 9-8
1.5 JOYSTICK VALVE .................................................................................................................................. 9-9
1.6 AUXILIARY CONTROL VALVE (IF EQUIPPED) ............................................................................... 9-17
1.7 CONTROL (MLS) VALVE .................................................................................................................... 9-18
2. OPERATION ................................................................................................................................................... 9-24
2.1 PRINCIPLE OF CONTROL ................................................................................................................ 9-24
3. TOP LINK BRACKET DEVICE ..................................................................................................................... 9-27
3.1 STRUCTURE (IF DRAFT EQUIPPED) ............................................................................................. 9-27
3.2 OPERATION ......................................................................................................................................... 9-27
4. TROUBLESHOOTING .................................................................................................................................. 9-28
4.1 POWER LIFT ASSEMBLY ................................................................................................................... 9-28
4.2 JOYSTICK VALVE ................................................................................................................................. 9-29
5. SPECIFICATION ............................................................................................................................................ 9-30
6. DISASSEMBLING AND MAINTENANCE .................................................................................................... 9-31
6.1 HYDRAULIC PUMP ............................................................................................................................. 9-31
6.2 JOY-STICK VALVE ............................................................................................................................... 9-32
6.3 SEPARATE THE HYDRAULIC CYLINDER ....................................................................................... 9-36
6.4 CHECK AND ADJUSTMENT .............................................................................................................. 9-51

CHAPTER 10. ELECTRIC SYSTEM .............................................................................................. 10-1


1. ELECTRIC SYSTEM ..................................................................................................................................... 10-3
1.1 WIRING DIAGRAM ............................................................................................................................... 10-3
1.2 BATTERY .............................................................................................................................................. 10-5
1.3 STARTING SYSTEM ............................................................................................................................ 10-6
1.4 CHARGING SYSTEM .......................................................................................................................... 10-7
1.5 LIGHTING SYSTEM ............................................................................................................................. 10-8
1.6 COMBINATION METER .................................................................................................................... 10-12
2. TROUBLESHOOTING ............................................................................................................................... 10-14
3. CHECKING, DISASSEMBLING AND SERVICING ................................................................................. 10-17
3.1 BATTERY ........................................................................................................................................... 10-17
3.2 STARTING SYSTEM ......................................................................................................................... 10-20
3.3 CHARGING SYSTEM ....................................................................................................................... 10-28
3.4 LIGHTING SYSTEM .......................................................................................................................... 10-29
3.5 COMBINATION METER .................................................................................................................... 10-32
TO THE READER

TO THE READER

This Workshop Manual has been prepared to provide servicing personnel with information on the mechanism,
service and maintenance of KIOTI tractors CK25/30 and CK25H/30H. It is divided into two parts, “Mechanism” and
“Servicing”.

„ MECHANISM
Information on the construction and functions are included. The part should be completely understood before
proceeding with troubleshooting, disassembling or servicing.

„ SERVICING
In this section you will find general precautions, maintenance and special tools. The are other sections which
include troubleshooting, servicing, specifications lists, disassembling, assembling and servicing that explains in
detail procedures, precautions, factory specifications and acceptable limits.

This manual contains the latest production information on illustrations and specifications based on the most up to
date production information available at the time of publication.

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

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SAFETY FIRST

This symbol, the industry’s “Safety Alert Symbol”, is used throughout this manual and the decals on the machine
itself to warn of the possibility of personal injury. It is essential that you read the instructions and safety regulations
before you attempt to repair or operate this unit. Read these instructions carefully.

SIGNS DESCRIPTION

This mark indicates hazardous situation which, if not observed, may


DANGER result in death or fatal injury.
This mark should be indicated for most dangerous situations only.

This mark indicates potentially hazardous situation which, if not


WARNING
observed, may result in death or moderate injury.

This mark indicates potentially hazardous situation which, if not


CAUTION observed, may result in minor or moderate injury. And this mark can be
used as a warning against unsafe activities.

This mark indicates emphasis on notable characteristics in working


IMPORTANT procedures or information on working procedures and technology for
convenient use.

NOTE Gives helpful information.

BEFORE SERVICING AND REPAIRING


1. Read all safety instructions in this manual and be
aware of the safety decals on your machine itself.
2. Thoroughly clean your work area and the machine.
3. Make sure the machine is on firm and level ground
and that the parking brake is set.
4. Lower the implement to the ground.
5. Stop the engine and remove the key.
6. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
7. Place a “DO NOT OPERATE” tag in operator station.

704W001A

SAFETY STARTING
1. Always use the safety start switch to start the en-
gine and never by any other means.
2. Do not alter or remove any part of machine safety
system.
3. Before starting the engine, make sure that all shift
levers are in neutral positions or in the disengaged
positions.
4. Never start the engine unless you are in the
operator’s seat.

704W002A

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SAFETY WORKING
1. Do not operate or service the machine while under
the influence of alcohol, medication, or other
substances.
2. Never wear loose fitting clothing and always use
safety equipment appropriate to the job.
3. Never use improvised tools, parts or procedures.
Use only recommended tools appropriate to the
work.
4. Be careful to perform all work safely when servicing
is done by two or more people.
5. Always support the machine by safety stands. Never
work under the machine that is supported solely by 704W003A
a jack.
6. Do not touch any rotating or hot parts while the en-
gine is running.
7. Never remove the radiator cap while the engine is
running, or immediately after stopping. Only remove
radiator cap when it is cool enough to touch with
bare hands. Slowly loosen the cap to relieve pres-
sure before removing completely.
8. Escaping fluid (fuel or hydraulic oil) under pressure
can penetrate the skin causing serious injury.
Relieve pressure before disconnecting hydraulic or
fuel lines. Tighten all connections before applying
pressure.

704W004A

AVOID FIRES
1. Never smoke or allow flames or sparks in your work
area, as fuel is extremely flammable and explosive
under certain conditions.
2. Always disconnect the negative battery cable first
and reconnect it last to avoid sparks from an acci-
dental short circuit.
3. Battery gas will ignite. Keep sparks and open flame
away from the top of battery, especially while
charging.
4. Be careful not to spill fuel on the engine.

704W005A

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VENTILATE WORK AREA


1. Exhaust contains poisonous carbon monoxide, so
you should never run the engine in a closed area. If
the engine must be running while performing
maintenance, make sure the area is well ventilated.

704W006A

PREVENT ACID BURNS


1. Sulfuric acid in battery electrolyte is poisonous. It is
strong enough to burn skin, clothing and cause
blindness if splashed into eyes. Keep electrolyte
away from eyes, hands and clothing. If you spill elec-
trolyte on yourself, flush with water, and get medi-
cal attention immediately.

704W007A

DISPOSE OF FLUIDS PROPERLY


1. Observe relevant environmental protection regula-
tions when disposing of oil, fuel, coolant, electro-
lyte and other harmful waste. Never pour fluids into
the ground, down a drain, or into a stream, pond, or
lake.

704W008A

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PREPARE FOR EMERGENCIES


1. Be sure to keep a first aid kit and fire extinguisher
handy at all times.
2. Keep emergency numbers for the nearest fire
department, hospital, doctor and ambulance
service, near your telephone in case of emergency.

704W009A

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SAFETY DECALS

z The following safety decals are installed on the machine.


If a decal becomes damaged, illegible or is not on the machine, replace it. The decal part number is listed in the
parts list.

704W010A

(1) Parts No. : T2181-54121 (Optional) (2) Parts No. : T4625-52351 (3) Parts No. : T4625-52361

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(4) Parts No. : T2325-50743 (5) Parts No. : T2325-50512

(6) Parts No. : T2445-50724 (7) Parts No. : T2615-55111

(8) Parts No. : T2350-54141

(10) Parts No. : T2615-53561

(9) Parts No. : T2615-54112

CARE OF DANGER, WARNING AND CAUTION LABELS


1. Keep danger, warning and caution labels clean and free from obstructing material.
2. Clean danger, warning and caution labels with soap and water, dry with a soft cloth.
3. Replace damaged or missing danger, warning and caution labels with new labels.
4. If a component with danger, warning or caution label(s) is replaced, make sure new label(s) is (are) attached
in the same locations(s) as the replaced component.
5. Mount new labels by applying on a clean dry surface and pressing any bubbles to outside edge.

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GENERAL
GENERAL

1. TRACTOR IDENTIFICATION

When contacting your local KIOTI distributor, always specify engine serial number, tractor serial number and hour
meter reading.

704W101A

(1) Statutory Plate (2) Identification NO(EU) (3) Engine Serial Number
(4) Transmission Serial Number(HST TYPE) (5) Transmission Serial Number(MANUAL TYPE)

704W103A

(6) Hour Meter

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2. DIMENSIONS

mm (in.)

704W102A

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3. GENERAL PRECAUTIONS

3.1 ASSEMBLY AND DISASSEMBLY

704W103A

(1) Grease (4) Assemble Towards to be Forced


(2) Snap Ring for Shaft (5) Reciprocating
(3) Snap Ring for Hole (6) Rotating

1. Place the tractor on firm and level ground prior to 11. When assembling an outside snap ring, on a shaft,
any service or adjustment. or an inside snap ring, in a hole, assemble with the
2. Work with the engine stopped whenever possible. head in the direction of force. Reference the above
Be careful when doing any testing that requires the figure.
engine to be running. 12.When replacing a new part also replace the associ-
3. Use only DAEDONG approved special tools. Ser- ated packing (gasket), bearing(s), and o-ring(s).
vicing dealers may machine tools to DEADONG Apply grease properly for O-rings and oil seals be-
specifications, if the tool will not be used often. fore assembly.
4. Keep your work area and the tractor clean during all 13.Locate the split portion of any spring pin by refer-
phases of the disassembly and reassembly encing the direction of force, like the above figure.
process. 14.Replace any split pin with a new one.
5. After removal, keep parts clean and organized.
Tighten nuts to mating bolts by hand to keep
matched sets together. IMPORTANT
6. Be careful during disassembly, assembly, and stor- • Use packing bond, gasket sealer, equivalent to
age of hydraulic parts. Dust and metal chips can Three Bond 1208D.
contaminate the whole hydraulic system. Keep parts
covered whenever possible. • Remove all existing sealer before applying new
sealer to the part.
7. Use only approved manufactures cleaning agents
for parts cleaning. Hydraulic parts should be • Apply the bond, sealer, in a bead centered on the
cleaned with an approved cleaning oil. Diesel fuel sealing flange area. If a bolt hole is encountered,
should never be used for cleaning. continue bead to the center of the inner sealing
surface.
8. Remove all oil and contaminates before perform-
ing any measurement of parts. • Assemble the parts within 10 minutes of bond,
9. Disconnect the battery negative (-) cable before re- sealer, application. Wait 30 minutes before add-
moving or installing any live electrical components. ing oil to the sealed parts, if applicable.
10.Use only DAEDONG ( KIOTI) genuine parts to main-
tain the performance and safety of your KIOTI tractor.

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3.2 ELECTRICAL SYSTEM

1. Check all electrical connectors daily for any dam-


age or short circuit at their junctions. In addition,
annually schedule a complete electrical system in-
spection with your local KIOTI dealer.
2. Do not modify or reorganize the wiring harness or
the electric field parts.
3. When disconnecting battery cables, disconnect the
negative cable first. Reinstall the positive cable first
when reinstalling.

DISCONNECTING BATTERY NEGATIVE CABLE

NOTE:
• Be sure to turn the starting key OFF when connect- 704W104A

ing or disconnecting the cable.

4. When disconnecting a connector, grasp the plastic


section, not the wiring.

5. When reconnecting the connector, insert it until it


snaps.

704W105A

6. When replacing a broken fuse with a new on, be


sure to use the fuse with the correct amperage
capacity. Use your owner’s manual to establish the
correct capacity.
7. Be sure not to drop sensors and relays. They are
fragile.

704W106A

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3.3 TUBES AND RUBBERS

Keep the tubes (hoses) and rubber parts free from oil
and other petroleum products. This may cause a
change in quality in these parts, and may shorten prod-
uct life.

704W107A

3.4 LUBRICANT

During assembly and repair, apply designated lubri-


cant where specified in accordance with this repair
manual.

704W108A

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4. HANDLING PRECAUTIONS FOR ELECTRICAL PARTS AND WIRING

To ensure safety and prevent damage to the machine


and surrounding equipment, heed the following precau-
tions in handling electrical parts and wiring.

IMPORTANT
• Check electrical wiring for damage and loosened
connection every year. To this end, educate the
customer to do his or her own check. At the same
time recommend the dealer to performs a peri-
odic check during regular maintenance.
• Do not attempt to modify or remodel any electri-
cal parts and/or wiring.
• When removing the battery cables, disconnect the 704W109A
negative cable first. When installing the battery
cables, connect the positive cable first.

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5. SPECIFICATIONS

CK25 CK30
Model
MANUAL HST MANUAL HST
Model TD1300A TD1300E 3A150D 3A150E
Type Vertical, water-cooled, 3-cylinder diesel
Engine gross HP (kW) 25(18.6) 30(22.3)
Engine

P.T.O HP (kW)/rpm 19 (14.2)/2600 18 (13.4)/2600 23 (17.2)/2600 22 (16.4)/2600


Displacement cc (cu.in) 1,299 (79.3) 1,500 (91.5)
Rated revolution r.p.m min-1 2,600
Fuel tank capacity (gal.) 30(7.9)
Clutch Dry dual Dry single Dry dual Dry single
Transmission Synchro shuttle Hydrostatic Drive Synchro shuttle Hydrostatic Drive
Speeds 8F 8R (CR:16F16R) 8F 8R(CR:16F16R)
Drive train

Differential lock Standard


Brake Wet disc type
P.T.O Live
Rear (rpm) 540 rpm at 2,520 engine rpm / (Option 1000rpm)
Mid (rpm) (Option 2,000 rpm at 2,499 engine rpm)
Pump capacity (Max. flow rate)
48.1 (12.7)
Hydraulic system

/min (gpm)
3-point hitch Cat.I
Maximum lifting capacity
800 (1,764)
(24in. aft of hitch) kg (lbs)
Hydraulic lift control system Position control
Steering Hydrostatic Power Steering
Standard tire size

Front 6-14 7-14

Rear 9.5-24 11.2-24


Traveling speeds

Forward (At rated engine rpm) 1.4-21.64 0-19.95 1.5-22.9 0-21.1


km/h (mph) (0.86-13.45) (0-12.39) (0.93-14.22) (0-13.11)

Reverse (At rated engine rpm) 1.25-19.07 0-13.3 1.32-20.18 0-14.0


km/h (mph) (0.77-11.85) (0-8.26) (0.82-12.53) (0-8.69)

Overall length (with 3p) mm (in.) 3,103 (122.2)


Overall width (minimum tread)
1,302 (51.2) 1,387 (54.6)
mm (in.)
Overall height (from top of ROPS)
2,432 (95.7) 2,460 (96.8)
mm (in.)
Dimensions

Wheel base mm (in.) 1,680 (66.1)


Min. ground clearance mm (in.) 320 (12.59) 351 (13.82)
Tread Front mm (in.) 1,107(43.6) 1,105(43.5)
Rear mm (in.) 978-1,294 (38.5-50.9) 970-1,302 (38.2-51.3)
Min. turning radius
(without brake) m (Ft.) 3.4(11.2) 3.5(11.5)

Weight (with rops) kg (lbs.) 1,364 (3,007) 1,370 (3,020) 1,380 (3,042) 1,386 (3,055)

NOTE) 1.The specifications are subject to change for the purpose of improvement without any notice.
2. CR : Only EU option.

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6. LUBRICANTS, FUEL AND COOLANT

To prevent serious equipment damage, use only genuine KIOTI fluids, oils and greases, or equivalents.
Capacities
No. Locations Lubricants
CK25/30 CK25H/30H
No.2-D diesel fuel
1 Fuel 30 (7.9 U.S.gal.) No.1-D diesel fuel if temperature is below
-10°C (14°F)
CK25 : 7.4 (2.0 U.S.gal.) Fresh clean water with anti-freeze
2 Coolant
CK30 : 7.8 (2.1 U.S.gal.)
Engine oil: API Service Classification CC or CD
Above 25°C (77°F) SAE30, SAE10W-30 or 10W-40
3 Engine crankcase 5.8 (1.53 U.S.gal.) 0 to 25°C (32 to 77°F) SAE20, SAE10W-30 or 10W-40
Below 0°C (32°F) SAE10W, SAE10W-30 or 10W-40

Mobilfluid 423 or 424


Exxonmobil
Exxon Hydraul 560
30 27
Shell DONAX-TD/TD Plus
4 Transmission case (7.93 U.S.gal.) (7.13 U.S.gal.)
BP Tractran UTH

5 Front axle case 4.5 (1.19 U.S.gal.) SAE 90 gear oil or transmission case oil
Greasing No. of greasing points Capacity Type of grease
6 Battery terminal 2 Moderate amount Multipurpose type grease

WARNING
Check the oil level regularly.
Correct the oil level, if needed, before operating.
Always check and add oil with the tractor on a flat, level surface.
To prevent personal injury, always stop the engine and set the parking brake before performing any kind of service.

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7. TIGHTENING TORQUES

7.1 GENERAL USE SCREWS, BOLTS AND NUTS

Screws, bolts and nuts whose tightening torques are not specified in this Workshop Manual should be tightened
according to the table below.

Indication on
4 No-grade or 4T 7 7T 9 9T
top of bolt
Material of SCr435,
bolt SS400, S20C S43C, S48C
SCM435
Material of
opponent part Ordinariness Aluminum Ordinariness Aluminum Ordinariness

Unit
N·m kgf·m lb·ft N·m kgf·m lb·ft N·m kgf·m lb·ft N·m kgf·m lb·ft N·m kgf·m lb·ft
Diameter

M6 7.85 0.80 5.79 7.85 0.80 5.79 9.81 1.00 7.24 7.85 0.80 5.79 12.3 1.25 9.05
~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~
(6 mm, 0.24 in.) 9.31 0.95 6.87 8.82 0.90 6.50 11.2 1.15 8.31 8.82 0.90 6.50 14.2 1.45 10.4

M8 17.7 1.8 13.1 16.7 1.7 12.3 23.6 2.4 17.4 17.7 1.8 13.1 29.5 3.0 21.7
~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~
(8 mm, 0.31 in.) 20.5 2.1 15.1 19.6 2.0 14.4 27.4 2.8 20.2 20.5 2.1 15.1 34.3 3.5 25.3

M10 39.3 4.0 29.0 31.4 3.2 23.2 48.1 4.9 35.5 39.3 4.0 29.0 60.9 6.2 44.9
~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~
(10 mm, 0.39 in.) 45.1 4.6 33.2 34.3 3.5 25.3 55.8 5.7 41.2 44.1 4.5 32.5 70.6 7.2 52.0

M12 62.8 6.4 46.3 77.5 7.9 57.2 62.8 6.4 46.3 103 10.5 76.0
~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~
(12 mm, 0.47 in.) 72.5 7.4 53.5 90.2 9.2 66.5 72.5 7.4 53.5 117 12.0 86.7

M14 108 11.0 79.6 124 12.6 91.2 167 17.0 123
~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~
(14 mm, 0.55 in.) 125 12.8 92.5 147 15.0 108 704 20.0 144

M16 167 17.0 123 197 20.0 145 260 26.5 192
~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~
(16 mm, 0.63 in.) 191 19.5 141 225 23.0 166 304 31.0 224

M18 246 25.0 181 275 28.0 203 344 35.0 254
~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~
(18 mm, 0.71 in.) 284 29.0 209 318 32.5 235 402 41.0 296

M20 334 34.0 246 368 37.5 272 491 50.0 362
~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~
(20 mm, 0.79 in.) 392 40.0 289 431 44.0 318 568 58.0 419

7.2 STUD BOLTS

Material of opponent part Ordinariness Aluminum

Unit
N·m kgf·m lb·ft N·m kgf·m lb·ft
Diameter
M8 (8 mm, 0.31 in.) 11.8 ~ 15.6 1.2 ~ 1.6 8.68 ~ 11.5 8.82 ~ 11.8 0.90 ~ 1.2 6.51 ~ 8.67
M10 (10 mm, 0.39 in.) 24.6 ~ 31.3 2.5 ~ 3.2 18.1 ~ 23.1 19.7 ~ 25.4 2.0 ~ 2.6 14.5 ~ 18.8
M12 (12 mm, 0.47 in.) 29.5 ~ 49.0 3.0 ~ 5.0 21.7 ~ 36.1 31.4 3.2 23.1

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7.3 AMERICAN STANDARD SCREWS, BOLTS AND NUTS WITH UNC OR UNF
THREADS

Grade SAE GR.5 SAE GR.8

Unit

Nominal
diameter N·m kgf·m lb·ft N·m kgf·m lb·ft

5/16 23.1 ~ 27.8 2.35 ~ 2.84 17.0 ~ 20.5 32.5 ~ 39.3 3.31 ~ 4.01 24.0 ~ 29.0
3/8 47.5 ~ 57.0 4.84 ~ 5.82 35.0 ~ 42.0 61.0 ~ 73.2 6.22 ~ 7.47 45.0 ~ 54.0
1/2 108.5 ~ 130.2 11.07 ~ 13.29 80.0 ~ 96.0 149.2 ~ 179.0 15.22 ~ 18.27 110.0 ~ 132.0
9/16 149.2 ~ 179.0 15.22 ~ 18.27 110.0 ~ 132.0 217.0 ~ 260.4 22.14 ~ 26.57 160.0 ~192.0
5/8 203.4 ~ 244.1 20.75 ~ 24.91 150.0 ~ 180.0 298.3 ~ 358.0 30.44 ~ 36.53 220.0 ~ 264.0

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8. MAINTENANCE CHECK LIST

Period After
Indication On Hour Meter Purchase
No. Important
1 2
50 100 150 200 250 300 350 400 450 500 550 600 650 700 750 800 15003000
Item year years

1 Engine oil Change € z z z z z z z z


2 Engine oil filter Replace € z z z z
3 Transmission oil filter Replace € z z z z
4 Hydraulic oil filter Replace € z z z z
5 Transmission fluid Change € z z
6 Front axle case oil Change € z z
7 Front axle pivot Adjust z z z z
8 Engine start system Check z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z
9 Greasing - z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z
10 Wheel bolt torque Check z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z
11 Battery condition Check z z z z z z z z
Clean z z z z z z z z
12 Air cleaner element
Replace z
Check z z z z z z z z
13 Fuel filter element
Replace z z
14 Fan belt Adjust z z z z z z z z
15 HST neutral spring Adjust z z z z z z z z
16 Clutch Adjust € z z z z z z z z
17 Brake Adjust € z z z z z z z z
Radiator hose and Check z z z z
18
clamp Replace z
Power steering oil Check z z z z
19
line Replace z
Check z z z z z z z z
20 Fuel line
Replace z
Check z z z z
21 Intake air line
Replace z
22 Toe-in Adjust z z z z
Engine valve
23 Adjust z
clearance

Fuel injection
24 nozzle injection Check z z
pressure

25 Injection pump Check z


26 Cooling system Flush z
27 Coolant Change z
28 Fuel system Bleed Service
29 Fuse Replace as
required
30 Light bulb Replace

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IMPORTANT
• The jobs indicated by € must be done after the first 50 hours of operation.
*1 Air cleaner should be cleaned more often in dusty conditions than in normal conditions.
*2 Every year or every 6 times of cleaning.
*3 Replace only if necessary.
*4 When the battery is used for less than 100 hours per year, check the fluid level annually.
• The items listed above (@ marked) are registered as emission related critical parts by KIOTI in the U.S.
EPA non-road emission regulation. As the engine owner, you are responsible for the performance of the
required maintenance on the engine according to the above instruction.
Please see the Warranty Statement in detail.

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9. CHECK AND MAINIENANCE

9.1 DAILY CHECK


For your own safety and maximum service life of the Walk Around Inspection
machine, make a thorough daily inspection before op- Look around and under the tractor for such items as
erating the machine to start the engine. loose bolts, trash build-up, oil or coolant leaks, broken
or worn parts.
CAUTION
To avoid personal injury:
• Be sure to check and service the tractor on a flat
place with the engine shut off and the parking
brake “ON”.

A. CHECKING AND REFUELING


30
Fuel tank capacity
(7.9 U.S.gal.)

CAUTION
To avoid personal injury:
• Do not smoke while refueling.
• Be sure to stop the engine before refueling.

1. Turn the key switch to “ON”, check the amount of


fuel showing on the fuel gauge.
2. Fill fuel tank when the fuel gauge shows 1/4 or less
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fuel in the tank.
3. Use No.2-Diesel fuel at all temperatures above - (1) Fuel Tank Cap
10°C (14°F).

IMPORTANT NOTE:
• Do not permit dirt or trash to get into the fuel
• No.2-D is a distillate fuel of lower volatility for en-
system.
gines in industrial and heavy mobile service. (SAE
• Be careful not to let the fuel tank become empty, J313 JUN 87)
otherwise air will enter the fuel system, requiring
the fuel system to be bled before next engine start. • Grade of Diesel Fuel Oil According to ASTM D975
• Be careful not to spill during refueling. If a spill
should occur, wipe it off at once. Fuel on the trac-
tor may cause a fire.
• To prevent condensation( water) accumulation in
the fuel tank, fill the tank before parking the trac-
tor overnight.

Flash Point °C (°F) Water and Sediment, Carbon Residue On, Ash, Weight %
Volume % 10 Percent Residuum, %
Min Max Max Max
52 (125) 0.05 0.35 0.01

Distillation Copper
Temperatures, Viscosity Kinematic cSt Viscosity Saybolt, Sulfur, Strip Cetane
°C (°F) 90% Point or mm²/s at 40°C SUS at 100°F Weight % Corrosion Number

Min Max Min Max Min Max Max Max Min


282 (540) 338 (640) 1.9 4.1 32.6 40.1 0.50 No.3 40

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B. CHECKING ENGINE OIL LEVEL

IMPORTANT
• When using an oil of different maker or viscosity
from the previous one, remove all of the old oil.
Never mix two different types of oil.
• Never run engine is the oil level is low.

CAUTION
To avoid personal injury:
• Be sure to stop the engine before checking the
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oil level.
(1) Oil Inlet
1. Park the machine on a flat surface.
(2) Dipstick
2. Check the engine oil before starting the engine or
5 minutes or more after the engine has stopped. (A) Oil Level is Acceptable Within this Range
3. To check the oil level, draw out the dipstick, wipe it
clean, replace it, and draw it out again. Check to
see that the oil level is between the two notches. If
the level is too low, add new oil to the prescribed
level at the oil inlet.
(See “LUBRICANTS” in Maintenance Section)

C. CHECKING COOLANT LEVEL

CAUTION
To avoid personal injury:
• Do not remove the radiator cap while coolant is
hot. When cool, slowly rotate cap to the first stop
and allow ample time for excess pressure to es-
cape before removing the cap completely.

1. Make sure to see that the coolant level is between


the “FULL” and “LOW” marks of recovery tank.
2. When the coolant level drops due to evaporation,
add water only up to the full level.
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In case of leakage, add anti-freeze and water in the
specified mixing ration up to the full level. (1) Recovery Tank (A) FULL
(See “Flush Cooling System and Changing Coolant”
(B) LOW
in every 2 yours maintenance.)

IMPORTANT
• If the radiator cap has to be removed, follow the
caution above and securely retighten the cap.
• Use clean, fresh water and anti-freeze to fill the
recovery tank.
• If water should leak, consult your local KIOTI
Dealer.

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D. CHECKING HEAD LIGHT, HAZARD LIGHT


ETC.
1. Inspect the lights for broken bulbs and lenses.
2. Replace if broken.

E. CHECKING SEAT BELT AND ROPS


1. Always check condition of seat belt and ROPS at-
taching hardware before operating tractor.
2. Replace if damaged.

F. CLEANING GRILL, RADIATOR SCREEN


AND OIL COOLER SCREEN

CAUTION
To avoid personal injury:
• Be sure to stop the engine before removing the
screen.

1. Check the front grill and the side screens to be sure


they are clean of any debris.
2. Detach the screen and eliminate all the foreign
material.
704W113A

(1) Radiator Screen


IMPORTANT (2) Oil Cooler Screen
• Grill and screen must be clean from debris to keep
(A) DETACH
the engine from overheating and to allow good air
intake to the air cleaner.

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G. CHECKING BRAKE PEDALS AND CLUTCH


PEDAL
1. Examine the brake and clutch pedals for free travel,
and smooth operation.
2. Adjust if free travel is not within specifications:
(See “Adjusting Clutch and Brake Pedal” in every
100 hours maintenance.)

NOTE:
Brake pedals should be equal when depressed.

H. CHECKING GAUGES, METER AND EASY


CHECKER
1. Examine the instrument panel for broken gauge(s),
meter(s) and Easy Checker lamps.
2. Replace if broken.

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9.2 EVERY 50 HOURS

A. LUBRICATING GREASE FITTINGS


Apply a small amount of multipurpose grease to the following points every 50 hours:
If you operated the machine in extremely wet and muddy conditions, lubricate grease fittings more often.

704W114A 704W117A

(1) Grease Fitting (Power Steering Cylinder) (RH, LH) (1) Grease Fitting (Power Steering Cylinder) (RH, LH)
(2) Grease Fitting (Front Bracket)

704W115 A 704W118A

(1) Grease Fitting (Brake Lever) (RH, LH) (1) Grease Fitting (Rear Bracket)

704W116A 704W119A

(1) Grease Fitting (Top Link) (1) Hydraulic Cylinder (2) Hydraulic Cylinder
(3) Lift Rod Support
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B. CHECKING WHEEL BOLT TORQUE

CAUTION
To avoid personal injury:
• Never operate tractor with a loose rim, wheel, or
axle.
• Any time bolts and nuts are loosened, retighten
to specified torque.
• Check all bolts and nuts frequently and keep them
tight.

Check wheel bolts and nuts regularly especially when


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new. If they are loose, tighten them as follows.
(1) 68.6 N·m (7 kgf·m, 50.6 lb·ft)
(2) 284 N·m (29 kgf·m, 209.7 lb·ft)

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9.3 EVERY 100 HOURS

A. CHANGING ENGINE OIL

CAUTION
To avoid personal injury:
• Be sure to stop the engine before changing the
oil.
• Allow engine to cool down sufficiently, oil can
be hot and can burn.
1. To drain the used oil, remove the drain plug at the
bottom of the engine and drain the oil completely
into the oil pan.
All the used oil can be drained out easily when the
engine is still warm. 704W121A

2. After draining reinstall the drain plug.


(1) Oil Inlet
3. Fill with the new oil up to the upper notch on the
dipstick. (2) Dipstick
(A) Oil Level is Acceptable Within this Range
Oil capacity CH25(H) 5.8
with filter CK30(H) (1.53 U.S.gal.)

704W122A

(1) Drain Plug

B. CHECKING FUEL LINE


1. Check to see that all lines and hose clamps are tight
and not damaged.
2. If hoses and clamps are found worn or damaged,
replace or repair them at once.

NOTE:
• If the fuel line is removed, be sure to properly bleed
the fuel system. (See “Bleeding Fuel System” in as
required maintenance)

704W123A

(1) Fuel Lines (2) Clamp Bands

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C. CLEANING AIR CLEANER PRIMARY ELE-


MENT
1. Remove the air cleaner cover and element.
2. Clean the element:
1) When dry dust adheres to the element, blow com-
pressed air from the inside, turning the element.
The compressed air pressure must be below 686
kPa (7 kgf/cm3, 99 psi).
2) When carbon or oil adheres to the element, soak
the element in detergent for 15 minutes then wash
it several times in water, rinse with clean water
and dry it naturally. After element in fully dried,
inspect inside of the element with a light and check
if it is damaged or not. 704W124A

3. Replace air cleaner element: (1) Element


Once yearly or after every sixth cleaning, whichever
(2) Cover
comes first.
(3) Evacuator Valve
NOTE:
• Check to see if the evacuator valve is blocked with
dust.

IMPORTANT
• The air cleaner uses a dry element, never apply oil.
• Do not run the engine with the filter element
removed.
• Be sure to refit the cover with the arrow © (on the
rear of cover) upright. If the cover is improperly
fitted, evacuator valve will not function and dust
will adhere to the element.
• Do not touch the secondary element except in
cases where replacing is required.
(See “Replacing Air Cleaner Secondary Element”
in Every 1 Year maintenance.)

EVACUATOR VALVE
Open the evacuator valve once a week under ordinary
conditions - or daily when used in a dusty place - to get
rid of large particles of dust and dirt.

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D. ADJUSTING CLUTCH PEDAL


1. Stop the engine and remove the key.
2. Slightly depress the clutch pedal and measure free
travel at top of pedal stroke.
3. If adjustment is needed, loosen the lock nut, remove
the clevis pin and adjust the rod length within ac-
ceptable limits.
4. Retighten the lock nut and split the cotter pin.

20 ~ 30 mm
Proper clutch
(0.8 ~ 1.2 in.)
pedal free travel
on the pedal
704W125A

(1) Clutch Rod (A) Free Travel


(2) Nut

E. ADJUSTING BRAKE PEDAL

CAUTION
To avoid personal injury:
• Stop the engine and chock the wheels before
checking brake pedal.

1. Release the parking brake.


2. Slightly depress the brake pedals and measure free
travel at top of pedal stroke.
3. If adjustment is needed, loosen the lock nut and turn
the turnbuckle to adjust the rod length within accept-
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able limits.
4. Retighten the lock nut. (1) Lock Nut (A) Free Travel
(2) Turnbuckle
20 ~ 30 mm (0.8 ~ 1.2 in.)
Proper brake on the pedal.
pedal free travel Keep the free travel in the right
and left brake pedals equal.

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F. CLEANING FUEL FILTER

IMPORTANT
• If dust and dirt enters the fuel system, the fuel
pump and injection nozzles are subject to pre-
mature wear. To prevent this, be sure to clean
the fuel filter bowl and element periodically.

This job should not be done in the field, but in a clean


place.
1. Close the fuel cock.
2. Unscrew the screw ring and remove the filter bowl,
and rinse the inside with kerosene.
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3. Take out the element and dip it in kerosene to rinse.
4. After cleaning, reassemble the fuel filter, keeping (1) Fuel Cock (5) Spring
out dust and dirt. (2) Fuel Filter Bowl (6) O-Ring
5. Bleed the fuel system.
(3) O-Ring (7) Filter Bowl
(See “Bleeding Fuel System” in service as required)
(4) Filter Element (8) Screw Ring
(A) Close (B) Open
G. ADJUSTING FAN BELT TENSION

CAUTION
To avoid personal injury:
• Be sure to stop the engine before checking belt
tension.

A deflection of between
Proper fan belt 8 mm (0.32 in.)
tension when the belt is pressed in the
middle of the span.

1. Stop the engine and remove the key.


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2. Apply moderate thumb pressure to belt between
pulleys.
(1) Bolt
3. If tension is incorrect, loosen the alternator mount-
(A) Check the Belt Tension
ing bolts and, using a lever placed between the al-
ternator and the engine block, pull the alternator out (B) To Tighten
until the deflection of the belts falls within accept-
able limits.
4. Replace fan belt if it is damaged.

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H. BATTERY

CAUTION
To avoid personal injury:
• Never remove the vent caps while the engine is
running.
• Keep electrolyte away from eyes, hands and
clothes. If you are spattered with it, wash it away
completely with water immediately and get medi-
cal attention.
• Wear eye protection and rubber gloves when
working around the battery.
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Mishandling the battery shortens the service life and
adds to maintenance costs. (1) Battery (2) Vent Cap
The original battery is maintenance free, but needs some
servicing.
If the battery is weak, the engine will be difficult to start
and the lights will be dim. It is important to check the
battery periodically.

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a. Battery Charging

CAUTION
To avoid personal injury:
• When the battery is being activated, hydrogen
and oxygen gases in the battery are extremely
explosive. Keep open sparks and flames away
from the battery at all times, especially when
charging the battery.
• When charging the battery, ensure the vent caps
are securely in place. (If equipped)
• When disconnecting the cable from the battery,
start with the negative terminal first.
• When connecting the cable to the battery, start 704W130A

with the positive terminal first.


(A) Highest Level
• Never check battery change by placing a metal
object across the posts. Use a voltmeter or (B) Lowest Level
hydrometer.

1. Make sure each electrolyte level is somewhere be-


tween the markings (A) and (B). Add a proper amount
of distilled water up to the highest level as required.
2. The water in the electrolyte evaporates during
recharging. Liquid shortage damages the battery.
Excessive liquid spills over and damages the tractor
body. b. Table 1
3. To slow charge the battery, connect the battery posi-
tive terminal to the charger positive terminal and the Tractor Battery Capacity at
Volts (v)
negative to the negative, then recharge in the stan- model TYPE 20HR (A.H)
dard fashion. 80D26R
CK25(H)/30(H) 12 80
4. A boost charge is only for emergencies. It will par- DF80R
tially charge the battery at a high rate and in a short
time.
c. Direction for Storage
When using a boost-charged battery, it is necessary
1. When storing the tractor for a long period, remove
to recharge the battery as early as possible.
the battery from tractor, adjust the electrolyte to the
Failure to do this will shorten the battery’s service proper level and store in a dry place out of direct
life. sunlight.
5. When the specific gravity of electrolyte is between 2. The battery self-discharges while it is stored.
1.27 and 1.29 the charging is completed.
Recharge it once every three months in hot seasons
6. When exchanging an old battery for a new one, use and once every six months in cold seasons.
battery of equal specification shown in table 1.

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9.4 EVERY 200 HOURS

A. REPLACING ENGINE OIL FILTER

IMPORTANT
• To prevent serious damage to the engine, use
only a KIOTI genuine filter.

CAUTION
To avoid personal injury:
• Be sure to sop the engine before changing oil
filter cartridge.
• Allow engine to cool down sufficiently, oil can
be hot and can burn. 704W131A

1. Remove the oil filter. (1) Engine Oil Filter


2. Put a film of clean engine oil on the rubber seal of
the new filter.
3. Tighten the filter quickly until it contacts the mount-
ing surface.
Tighten filter by hand an additional half turn only.
4. After the new filter has been replaced, the engine oil
normally decreases a little. Make sure that the en-
gine oil does not leak through the seal and be sure
to check the oil level on the dipstick. Then, replen-
ish the engine oil up to the prescribed level.

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B. REPLACING HYERAULIC OIL FILTER &


TRANSMISSION OIL FILTER (HST TYPE)

CAUTION
To avoid personal injury:
• Be sure to stop the engine before changing the
oil filter cartridge.
• Allow engine to cool down sufficiently, oil can
be hot and can burn.

1. Remove the drain plug at the bottom of the trans-


mission case and drain the oil completely into the
oil pan. 704W132A
2. After draining reinstall the drain plug.
(1) Drain Plugs

3. Remove the oil filter.


4. Put a film of clean transmission oil on the rubber
seal of the new filter.
5. Tighten the filter quickly until it contacts the mount-
ing surface.
Tighten the filter by hand an additional half turn only.

704W133A

(1) Hydraulic Oil Filter


(2) Transmission Oil Filter (HST TYPE)

6. After the new filter has been replaced, fill with oil up
to the upper line of the gauge.
7. After running the engine for a few minutes, stop it
and check the oil level again, add oil to the prescribed
level.
8. Make sure that the transmission fluid doesn’t leak
through the seal.

704W134A

(1) Oil Inlet


IMPORTANT (2) Gauge
• To prevent serious damage to the hydraulic (A) Oil Level is Acceptable Within this Range
system, use only a KIOTI genuine filter.

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C. CHECKING RADIATOR HOSE AND CLAMP


Check to see if radiator hoses are properly fixed every
200 hours of operation or six months, whichever comes
first.
1. If hose clamps are loose, or water leaks, tighten
the clamps securely.
2. Check radiator hoses. If hoses are swollen,
hardened, or cracked, replace both the hose and
the related clamps, and tighten securely.
Replace hoses and hose clamps every 2 years or ear-
lier if checked and found that hoses are swollen, hard
ened or cracked.

704W135A

(1) Radiator Hoses (2) Clamp

a . Precaution at Overheating
Take the following actions in the event of engine
“overheating”, an event that occurs when the engine
coolant temperature is equal to or greater than it’s boil-
ing point.
1. Stop the machine operation in a safe place and
keep the engine unloaded idling.
2. Don’t stop the engine suddenly, but stop it after
about 5 minutes of unloaded idling.
3. Keep yourself well away from the machine for an-
other 10 minutes or until the steam has stopped
blowing out of the engine.
4. Allow the engine to cool sufficiently, before servic-
ing the engine. Then follow the manual’s “ Trouble-
shooting” section to find and repair the cause of the
overheating. Do not start the engine again until all
repairs are made.

D. CHECKING HST OIL LINE (HST TYPE) &


POWER STEERING LINE
1. Check to see that all hydraulic lines and hose clamps
are tight and undamaged.
2. If damage is found you should replace the hose or
clamp at once.

704W136A

(1) HST Oil Line (2) Power Steering Line


(HST Type)

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E. ADJUSTING TOE-IN
1. Park tractor on a flat surface.
2. Turn the steering wheel so front wheels are in the
straight ahead position.
3. Lower the implement, lock the park brake and stop
the engine.
4. Measure the distance between tire beads at front of
tire, hub height.
5. Measure the distance between tire beads at rear of
tire, hub height.
6. The front distance should be 2 to 8 mm less than
rear distance. If not, adjust the tie rod length.
704W137A

(A) Wheel - to - Wheel Distance at Rear


(B) Wheel - to - Wheel Distance at Front

ADJUSTING PROCEDURE
1. Loosen the lock nut and turn the turnbuckle to ad-
just the rod length until the proper toe-in measure-
ment is obtained.
2. Retighten the lock nut.

704W138A

(1) Tie Rod (2) Lock Nuts

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9.5 EVERY 400 HOURS

A. CHANGING TRANSMISSION FLUID

CAUTION
To avoid personal injury:
• Allow engine to cool down sufficiently, oil can
be hot and can burn.

1. To drain the used oil, remove the drain plug at the


bottom of the transmission case and drain the oil
completely into the oil pan.
2. After draining reinstall the drain plug.
3. Fill with the new KIOTI TF65 fluid up to the upper
line of the gauge. 704W139A

(See “LUBRICANTS” in Maintenance Section)


(1) Gauge (2) Oil Filling Plug
4. After running the engine for a few minutes, stop it
and check the oil level again; add oil to prescribed (A) Oil Level is Acceptable Within this Range
level.

30 (With Mid-PTO type)


CK25/30
(7.93 U.S.gal.)
Oil capacity
27
CK25H/30H
(7.13 U.S.gal.)

IMPORTANT
• Do not operate the tractor immediately after
changing the transmission fluid.
Run the engine at medium speed for a few min-
utes to prevent damage to the transmission.
704W140A

(1) Drain Plugs

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B. REPLACING FUEL FILTER ELEMENT


(See “Cleaning fuel filter” in every 100 hours
maintenance.)

C. CHANGING FRONTAXLE CASE OIL


1. To drain the used oil, remove the right and left drain
pugs and filling plug at the front axle case and drain
the oil completely into the oil pan.
2. After draining reinstall the drain plugs.
3. Remove the oil level check plug.
4. Fill with the new oil up to the check plug port.
(See “LUBRCANTS” in Maintenance Section)
5. After filling reinstall the filling plug and check plug.

4.5
Oil capacity
(1.19 U.S.gal.)
704W141A

(1) Check Plug (3) Drain Plug


(2) Filling Plug

9.6 EVERY 600 HOURS

A. ADJUSTING FRONTAXLE PIVOT


If the front axle pivot pin adjustment is not correct, front
wheel vibration can occur causing vibration in the steer-
ing wheel.

B. ADJUSTING PROCEDURE
Loosen the lock nut, tighten the adjusting screw all the
way, and then loosen the screw by 1/6 turn. Retighten
the lock nut.

704W142A

(1) Adjusting Screw


(2) Lock Nut

9.7 EVERY 800 HOURS

A. ADJUSTING ENGINE VALVE CLEARANCE


Consult your local KIOTI Dealer for this service.

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9.8 EVERY 1 YEAR

A. REPLACING AIR CLEANER ELEMENT


(See “Cleaning Air Cleaner Element” in every 100 hours
maintenance.)

9.9 EVERY 2 YEAR

A. FLUSH COOLING SYSTEM AND CHANGING


COOLANT

IMPORTANT
• Do not start engine without coolant.
• Use clean, fresh water and anti-freeze to fill the
radiator and recovery tank.
• When the anti-freeze is mixed with water, the anti-
freeze mixing ratio must be less than 50 %.
• Securely tighten radiator cap. If the cap is loose
or improperly fitted, water may leak out and the
engine could overheat. 704W143A

(1) Drain Plug


CAUTION
To avoid personal injury:
• Do not remove the radiator cap when the engine
is hot. Loosen cap slightly to the stop. Relieve
any excess pressure before removing cap
completely.

1. Stop the engine and let cool down.


2. To drain the coolant, open the radiator drain plug
and remove radiator cap. The radiator cap must be
removed to completely drain the coolant.
3. After all coolant is drained, close the drain plug.
4. Fill with clean water and cooling system cleaner.
5. Follow directions of the cleaner instruction.
704W144A
6. After flushing, fill with clean water and anti-freeze
until the coolant level is just below the port. (1) Radiator Cap (A) FULL
(2) Recovery Tank (B) LOW

7. Fill with coolant up to the “FULL” mark on the recov-


ery tank.
8. Start and operate the engine for few minutes.
9. Stop the engine and let cool.
10. Check the coolant level of recovery tank and add
coolant if necessary.

7.4
CK25
Coolant (2.0 U.S.gal.)
capacity 7.8
CK30
(2.1 U.S.gal.)

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B. ANTI-FREEZE C. REPLACING RADIATOR HOSE


If cooling water freezes, it can damage the cylinders (WATER PIPES)
and radiator. It is necessary, if the ambient temperature Replace the hoses and clamps.
falls below 0°C (32°F), to remove cooling water after
(See “Checking Radiator Hose and Clamp” in every 200
operating or to add anti-freeze to it.
hours maintenance.)
1. There are tow types of anti-freeze available; use the
permanent type (PT) for this engine.
2. Before adding anti-freeze for the first time, clean the D. REPLACING POWER STEERING HOSE
radiator interior by flushing with fresh water a few Replace the hoses and clamps.
times. (See “Checking power steering line” in every 200 hours
3. The procedure for mixing of water and anti-freeze maintenance.)
differs according to the make of the anti-freeze and
the ambient temperature. Basically it should be re-
ferred to SAE J1034 standard, more specifically also E. REPLACING HST OIL LINE (HST TYPE)
to SAE J814c. Replace the hoses and clamps.
4. Mix the anti-freeze with water, and then fill the radia- (See “Checking HST oil line” in every 200 hours
tor with the mixture. maintenance.)

Vol % Freezing Point Boiling Point*


F. REPLACING FUEL HOSE
Anti-freeze °C °F °C °F
Replace the hoses and clamps.
40 -24 -12 106 222
(See “Checking Fuel line” in every 100 hours
50 -37 -34 108 226 maintenance.)

* At 760 mmHg pressure (atmospheric). A higher boil-


ing point is obtained by using a radiator pressure
cap which permits the development of pressure
within the cooling system.

NOTE:
• SAE J1034 and SAE J814c are industry standards
that necessitate a minimum glycol content in the
concentrated anti-freeze.
• When the cooling water level drops due to
evaporation, add water only. In case of leakage, add
anti-freeze and water in the specified mixing ratio.
• Anti-freeze absorbs moisture. Keep unused anti-
freeze in a tightly sealed container.
• Do not use radiator cleaning agents when anti-freeze
has been added to the cooling water. (Anti-freeze
contains an anti-corrosive agent, that will react with
the radiator cleaning agent forming sludge which
will affect the engine parts.)

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9.10 SERVICE AS REQUIRED

A. BLEEDING FUEL SYSTEM


Air must be removed:
1. When the fuel filter or lines are removed.
2. When tank is completely empty.
3. After the tractor has not been used for a long period
of time.

Bleeding procedure is as follows:


1. Fill the fuel tank with fuel, and rotate the fuel cock to
the air position.
2. Start the engine and run for about 25 seconds, and
then stop the engine.
4. Rotate the fule cock to open position. 704W145A

(1) Fuel Cock (A) Close


(B) Open
(C) Air

B. DRAINING CLUTCH HOUSING WATER


The tractor is equipped with a plug under the clutch
housing.
After operating in rain or snow, or if the tractor has
been washed, water may get into the clutch housing.
If water enters into the clutch housing, remove the plug
and drain the water, then install the plug again.

704W146A

(1) Split Pin Plugs


C. REPLACING LIGHT BULB
1. Head lights and rear combination lights:
Take the bulb out of the light body and replace with
a new one.
2. Other lights:
Detach the lens and replace the bulb.

Light Capacity
1 Head Lights 55 W / 60 W
2 Front Position Lamps 5W
3 Stop lights /Rear Position 21 W / 5 W
4 Turn signal Lights 21 W
5 Work Light (Option) 21 W
6 Instrument panel Light 1.4 W
7 Tail Lights 10 W

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D. REPLACING FUSE
The tractor electrical system is protected from potential
damage by fuses.
A blown fuse indicates that there is an overload or short
somewhere in the electrical system.
If any of the fuses should blow, replace with a new one
of the same capacity.

IMPORTANT
• Before replacing a blown fuse, determine why the
fuse blew and make any necessary repairs. Fail-
ure to follow this procedure may result in seri-
ous damage to the tractor electrical system. Re-
704W147A
fer to the troubleshooting section of this manual
or your local KIOTI Dealer for specific informa-
(1) Fuse Box
tion dealing with electrical problems.

Protected circuit

No. Capacity (A) Protected circuit


1 20 Flasher / Horn
2 10 Work light
3 15 Head lights / Tail light
4 15 Timer relay
5 10 Stop lights
6 15 Customer use

704W148A

Slow Blow Fuse


60 A
Capacity (A)

704W149A

(1) Slow Blow Fuse

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10. TIRES

CAUTION IMPORTANT
To avoid personal injury: • Do not use tires larger than specified.
• Do not attempt to mount a tire. This should be • When you intend to mound different size of tires
done by a qualified person with the proper from equipped ones, consult your dealer about
equipment. front drive gear ratio for details. Excessive wear
• Always maintain the correct tire pressure. of tires may occur due to improper gear ratio.
Do not inflate tires above the recommended pres-
sure shown in the operator’s manual.

10.1 INFLATION PRESSURE

Though the tire pressure is factory-set to the prescribed


level, it naturally drops slowly in the course of time. Thus,
check it everyday and inflate as necessary.

NOTE:
• Maintain the maximum pressure in front tires, if us-
ing a front loader or when equipped with a full load
of front weights.

704W150A

(A) Insufficient (C) Excessive


(B) Standard

CK25/CK25H CK30/CK30H
Tire sizes Inflation Pressure Tire sizes Inflation Pressure
9.5-24,6PR 207kPa(2.1kgf/cm2, 30psi)
11.2-24,6PR
179kPa(1.8 kgf/cm2, 26 psi)

Rear 41x14.0-20,4PR

207KPA(2.1KGF/CM2, 30PSI) 15-19.5,6PR

7-14,6PR

Front 25x8.50-15,4PR

25x8.50-14,6PR

* IND… for Industrial

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10.2 TREAD

A. FRONT WHEELS
Front tread can not be adjusted.

IMPORTANT
• Do not turn front discs to obtain wider tread.

Model Tire Tread


6-14 1,107 mm
Farm (43.6 in.)
CK25 25X8.50-14 1,147 mm
Turf (45.2 in.)
25X8.50-14 1,146 mm
IND (45.1 in.)
7-14 1,105 mm
Farm (43.5 in.)
CK30 27X8.50-15 1,126 mm
Turf (44.3 in.)
25X8.50-14 1,146 mm
IND (45.1 in.)
* IND… for Industrial

704W151A

(A) Tread

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B. REAR WHEELS
Rear tread width can be adjusted as shown with the standard equipped tires.
To change the tread width
1. Remove the wheel rim and / or disk mounting bolts.
2. Change the position of the rim and / or disk (right and left) to the desired position, and then tighten the bolts.

Model

CK25 978mm 978mm 1,062mm 1,094mm 1,178mm 1,178mm 1,294mm


9.5-24 Farm (38.5in.) (38.5in.) (41.8in.) (43.1in.) (46.4in.) (46.4in.) (50.9in.)
CK30 970mm 986mm 1,054mm 1,102mm 1,170mm 1,186mm 1,302mm
11.2-24 Farm (38.2in.) (38.8in.) (41.5in.) (43.4in.) (46.1in.) (46.7in.) (51.3in.)

(A) Tread

Model

CK25
1,182mm (46.5in.)
13.6-16 Turf
CK30
1,174mm (46.2in.)
41x14.0-20 Turf
CK25/30
1,202mm (47.3in.)
15-19.5 IND

(A) Tread

IMPORTANT
Always attach tires as shown in the drawings.
• If not attached as illustrated, transmission parts
may be damaged.
• When re-fitting or adjusting a wheel, tighten the
bolts to the following torques then recheck after
driving the tractor 200 m (2219 yards) and there-
after according to service interval.
(See “MAINTENANCE” section)

704W152A

(1) 67 N·m (7 kgf·m, 50 lbs·ft)

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10.3 BALLAST

A. FRONT BALLAST

CAUTION
To avoid personal injury:
• Additional ballast will be needed for transport-
ing heavy implements. When the implement is
raised, drive slowly over rough ground, regard-
less of how much ballast is used.
• Do not fill the front wheel with liquid to maintain
steering control.

a. Front End Weights


The front end weights can be attached to the bumper.
See your implement operator’s manual for required num- 704W153A

ber of weights or consult your local KIOTI Dealer to use.


(1) Front End Weights
(2) Rear Wheel Weights

IMPORTANT
• Do not overload tires.
• Add no more weight than indicated in chart.

17 kg x 3 Pieces
Maximum weight
(112 lbs.)

B. REAR BALLAST
Add weight to rear wheels if needed to improve traction
or for stability. The amount of rear ballast should be
matched to job and the ballast should be removed when
it is not needed.
The weight should be added to the tractor in the form of
liquid ballast, rear wheel weights or a combination of
both.

a. Rear Wheel Weights (Option)


The rear wheel weights can be attached to the rear
wheel.
See your implement operator’s manual for required num-
ber of weights or consult your local KIOTI Dealer to use.

IMPORTANT
• Do not overload tires.
• Add no more weight than indicated in chart.

Maximum weight per 20 kg x 2 Pieces


wheel (88 lbs.)

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10.4 TRAVELING SPEED


* At rated engine rpm with standard tires.

CK25/30 km/h (mile/h) CK25/30H km/h (mile/h)

Main Hi-Low CK25 CK30 Main Hi-Low CK25 CK30


Low

Forward
Mid
Low
H igh
Forward

Low

Reverse
Mid
H igh
H igh

Low
Reverse

H igh

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11. IMPLEMENT LIMITATIONS

The KIOTI tractor has been thoroughly tested for proper performance with implements sold or approved by KIOTI.
Use with implements which are not sold or approved by KIOTI and which exceed the maximum specifications listed
below, or which are otherwise unfit for use with the KIOTI tractor may result in malfunctions or failures of the tractor,
damage to other property and injury to the operator or others. [Any malfunctions or failures of the tractor resulting
from use with improper implements are not covered by the warranty.]

Item Tread (max. width) Lifting capacity max.


loading weight
Model Front Rear (24 in. aft of hitch)

CK25(H) 1,062 mm (41.8 in.) 800 kg


1,105 mm (43.5 in.)
CK30(H) 1,102 mm (43.4 in.) (1,764 lbs.)

Item Actual figures Trailer loading weight


W3
Model Implement weight W1 and / or size Max. Drawbar Load W2 Max. capacity

CK25(H) As in the following list 500 kg 1,000 kg (2,205 lbs.)

CK30(H) (shown on the next page) (1,100 lbs.) 1,500 kg (3,300 lbs.)

Lifting capacity max. loading weight ......... The max. allowable load which can be put on the 24 in. aft of hitch : W0
Implement weight ........................................ The implement’s weight which can be put on the lower link : W1
Max. drawbar load ....................................... W 2
Trailer loading weight ................................. The max. loading weight for trailer (without trailer’s weight) : W3

704W154A

NOTE:
Implement size may very depending on soil operating conditions.

Implement Remarks CK25(H) CK30(H) Remarks


Loader Max. Bucket width mm(in) 1371.6(54) 1371.6(54), 1524(60)
Backhoe with sub Max. Diging depth mm(ft.in) 2286(7.5) and below 2286(7.5) and below Do not use 3 point hitch
frame Max. Cutting width mm(in) 1524(60) and below 1524(60) and below backhoe
Mid Mower Max. Cutting width mm(in) 1397(55) and below 1498(59) and below
Tiller Max. Cutting width mm(in) 1524(60) and below 1829(72) and below
Box Blade Max. Cutting width mm(in) 1829(72) and below 1829(72) and below Use the lowest top link holes
Rear Blade Max. Cutting width mm(in) 1524(60) and below 1829(72) and below only.
Rotary Cutter Max. Width mm(in) 1524(60) and below 1829(72) and below
Aerator Max. Width mm(in) 1829(72) and below 2134(84) and below
Landscape Rakes

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