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Bolt on extensions

Discussion in 'Pavers' started by Paver mechanic, Apr 25, 2021.

  1. Paver mechanic

    Paver mechanic Member

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    We just bought a 10” and 2.5’ bolt-on extension for our AP1055F paver with a SE60V screed. It didn’t come with instructions. Is this pretty straight forward install. I’m only familiar with the D and E model paver bolt on extensions. This looks like a totally different design.

    thanks
     
  2. Nige

    Nige Senior Member

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    A bit hard to look for info when you don't even give a Serial Number, either for the paver or the screed.
    There are a sh1t-load of Special Instructions for installing/adding/modifying screeds. I think what I might do is download them all and send them to you. You can then make of them what you will.
     
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  3. Paver mechanic

    Paver mechanic Member

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    I’m sorry Nige. Paver serial number is TJ501156. Tomorrow morning when I get to work I’ll get serial number of the screed and the part numbers of the bolt on extensions we received.
     
  4. Paver mechanic

    Paver mechanic Member

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    Screed serial number JJ300941

    10” extension 486-4622
    2.5’ extension 486-4620
     
  5. Nige

    Nige Senior Member

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    Here's the R&I for the Screed Extendsions. If you need any more info regarding the detail of Steps a thru f that have to be done before starting then let me know.
     

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