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m _ _ _ , _ m _ r Operator's Manual Two - Stage Snow Thrower 5524 - - Storm IMPORTANTR : EADSAFETYRULESANDINSTRUCTIONSCAREFULLY WARNING : This unit isequipped with an internal combustion engine and should not be usedon or near any unimproved forest - covered , brush - covered or grass - covered land unless the engine's exhaust system isequipped with a spark arrester meeting applicable local or state laws ( if any ) . If a spark arrester isused , it should be maintained in effective working order by the operator . In the State of California the above is required by law ( Section 4442 of the California Public ResourcesCode ) . Other states may havesimilar laws . Federallaws apply on federal lands . A spark arrester for the muffler isavailable through your nearest engine authorized service dealer or contact the service department , P . 0 . Box 361131 Cleveland , Ohio 44136 - 0019 . TROY - BILTLLC , P . O . BOX361131CLEVELANDO , HIO44136 - 0019 PRINTED IN U . S . A . FORM NO . 769 - 01278B ( 7 / 30 / 2004 )
TABLEOFCONTENTS Content Page Content Page 3 ImportanSt afeOperatioPnractices Maintaining Your Snow Thrower 15 6 AssemblinYgourSnowThrower Servicing Your Snow Thrower 15 KnowYourSnowThrower 8 Troubleshooting 20 10 Illustrated Parts List 22 OperatinYgourSnowThrower 13 MakingAdjustments Warranty Back Cover FINDINGMODELNUMBER This Operator's Manual is an important part of your new rear - tine tiller . It will help you assemble , prepare and maintain the unit for best performance . Please read and understand what it says . Before you start assembling your new equipment , please locate the model plate on the equipment and copy the information from it in the space provided below . A sample model plate is also given below . You can locate the model plate by standing behind the unit and looking down at rear surface of the frame . This information will be necessary to use the manufacturer's web site and / or help from the Customer Support Department or an authorized service dealer . Copy the model number here : Copy the serial number here : P . O . BOX 361131 www . troybilt . com CLEVELAND , OH 44136 33 @ - 558 - 7228 1 - 800 - 520 - 552 _ CUSTOMERSUPPORT Please doNOTretum the # # nitto the retailer from whichit waspurchased , without firstcontactingCustomerSupport . If you have difficulty assembling this product or have any questions regarding the controls , operation or maintenance of this unit , you can seek help from the experts . Choose from the options below : Vwiisllitgtertoyth - heiltf . ocuorrnoptiofonrsmraenpyroduusceefudl shuegreg . esCtiloicnks . onCtlihcek aopnprCoupsritaotme erbuSttuopnpoarntdbhuettlponisand you immediately available . If you prefer to reach a Customer Support Representative , please call 1 ( 800 ) 520 - 5520 . The engine manufacturer is responsible for all engine - related issues with regard to Engine performance , power - rating , specifications , warranty and service . Please refer to the engine manufacturer's Owner's / Operator's Manual , packed separately with your unit , for more information .
SECTION1 : IMPORTANTSAFEOPERATIONPRACTICES WARNING : Engine Exhaust , some of its constituents , and certain vehicle components contain or emit chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer , birth defects or other reproductive harm . DANGER : This machine was built to be operated according to the rules for safe operation in this manual . As with any type of power equipment , carelessness or error on the part of the operator can result in serious injury . This machine is capable of amputating hands and feet and throwing objects . Failure to observe the following safety instructions could result in serious injury or death . 4 . Use a grounded three - wire extension cord and Training receptacle for all units with electric start engines . 1 . Read , understand , and follow all instructions on the 5 . Adjust collector housing height to clear gravel or machine and in the manual ( s ) before attempting to crushed rock surfaces . assemble and operate . Keep this manual in a safe 6 . Disengage all control levers before starting the engine . place for future and regular reference and for 7 . Never attempt to make any adjustments while ordering replacement parts . engine is running , except where specifically 2 . Be familiar with all controls and their proper recommended in the operator's manual . operation . Know how to stop the machine and 8 . Let engine and machine adjust to outdoor disengage them quickly . temperature before starting to clear snow . 3 . Never allow children under 14 years old to operate 9 . To avoid personal injury or property damage use this machine . Children 14 years old and over extreme care in handling gasoline . Gasoline is should read and understand the operation extremely flammable and the vapors are explosive . instructions and safety rules in this manual and Serious personal injury can occur when gasoline is should be trained and supervised by a parent . spilled on yourself or your clothes , which can ignite . 4 . Never allow adults to operate this machine without Wash your skin and change clothes immediately . proper instruction . a . Use only an approved gasoline container . 5 . Thrown objects can cause serious personal injury . b . Extinguish all cigarettes , cigars , pipes and Plan your snow - throwing pattern to avoid discharge other sources of ignition . of material toward roads , bystanders and the like . c . Never fuel machine indoors . 6 . Keep bystanders , helpers , pets and children at d . Never remove gas cap or add fuel while the least 75 feet from the machine while it is in engine is hot or running . operation . Stop machine if anyone enters the area . e . Allow engine to cool at least two minutes 7 . Exercise caution to avoid slipping or falling , before refueling . especially when operating in reverse . f . Never over fill fuel tank . Fill tank to no more Preparation than Y2inch below bottom of filler neck to 1 . Thoroughly inspect the area where the equipment provide space for fuel expansion . is to be used . Remove all doormats , newspapers , g . Replace gasoline cap and tighten securely . sleds , boards , wires and other foreign objects , h . If gasoline is spilled , wipe it off the engine which could be tripped over or thrown by the auger / and equipment . Move machine to another impeller . area . Wait 5 minutes before starting the 2 . Always wear safety glasses or eye shields during engine . operation and while performing an adjustment or i . Never store the machine or fuel container repair to protect your eyes . Thrown objects which inside where there is an open flame , spark or ricochet can cause serious injury to the eyes . pilot light ( e . g . furnace , water heater , space 3 . Do not operate without wearing adequate winter heater , clothes dryer etc . ) . outer garments . Do not wear jewelry , long scarves j . Allow machine to cool at least 5 minutes or other loose clothing , which could become before storing . entangled in moving parts . Wear footwear which will improve footing on slippery surfaces .
18 . Never put your hand in the discharge or collector Operation openings . Always use the clean - out tool provided to 1 . Donotputhandsorfeetnearrotatingparts , in the unclog the discharge opening . Do not unclog chute auger / impeller housing or chute assembly . Contact assembly while engine is running . Shut off engine with the rotating parts can amputate hands and feet . and remain behind handles until all moving parts have stopped before unclogging . 2 . The auger / impeller control lever is a safety device . 19 . Use only attachments and accessories approved Never bypass its operation . Doing so makes the by the manufacturer ( e . g . wheel weights , tire machine unsafe and may cause personal injury . chains , cabs etc . ) . 3 . The control levers must operate easily in both 20 . If situations occur which are not covered in this directions and automatically return to the manual , use care and good judgment . Contact your disengaged position when released . dealer or call ( 800 ) 520 - 5520 for assistance and the 4 . Never operate with a missing or damaged chute name of your nearest servicing dealer . assembly . Keep all safety devices in place and working . Maintenance & Storage 5 . Never run an engine indoors or in a poorly 1 . Never tamper with safety devices . Check their ventilated area . Engine exhaust contains carbon proper operation regularly . Refer to the monoxide , an odorless and deadly gas . maintenance and adjustment sections of this 6 . Do not operate machine while under the influence manual . of alcohol or drugs . 2 . Before cleaning , repairing , or inspecting machine 7 . Muffler and engine become hot and can cause a disengage all control levers and stop the engine . burn . Do not touch . Wait until the auger / impeller come to a complete 8 . Exercise extreme caution when operating on or stop . Disconnect the spark plug wire and ground crossing gravel surfaces . Stay alert for hidden against the engine to prevent unintended starting . hazards or traffic . 3 . Check bolts and screws for proper tightness at 9 . Exercise caution when changing direction and frequent intervals to keep the machine in safe while operating on slopes . working condition . Also , visually inspect machine 10 . Plan your snow - throwing pattern to avoid discharge for any damage . towards windows , walls , cars etc . Thus , avoiding 4 . Do not change the engine governor setting or over - possible property damage or personal injury speed the engine . The governor controls the caused by a ricochet . maximum safe operating speed of the engine . 11 . Never direct discharge at children , bystanders and 5 . Snow thrower shave plates and skid shoes are pets or allow anyone in front of the machine . subject to wear and damage . For your safety 12 . Do not overload machine capacity by attempting to protection , frequently check all components and clear snow at too fast of a rate . replace with original equipment manufacturer's 13 . Never operate this machine without good visibility ( OEM ) parts only . " Use of parts which do not meet or light . Always be sure of your footing and keep a the original equipment specifications may lead to firm hold on the handles . Walk , never run . improper performance and compromise safety ! " 14 . Disengage power to the auger / impeller when 6 . Check controls periodically to verify they engage transporting or not in use . and disengage properly and adjust , if necessary . 15 . Never operate machine at high transport speeds on Refer to the adjustment section in this operator's slippery surfaces . Look down and behind and use manual for instructions . care when backing up . 7 . Maintain or replace safety and instruction labels , as 16 . If the machine should start to vibrate abnormally , necessary . stop the engine , disconnect the spark plug wire and 8 . Observe proper disposal laws and regulations for ground it against the engine . Inspect thoroughly for gas , oil , etc . to protect the environment . damage . Repair any damage before starting and 9 . Prior to storing , run machine a few minutes to clear operating . snow from machine and prevent freeze up of auger / 17 . Disengage all control levers and stop engine before impeller . you leave the operating position ( behind the 10 . Never store the machine or fuel container inside handles ) . Wait until the auger / impeller comes to a where there is an open flame , spark or pilot light complete stop before unclogging the chute such as a water heater , furnace , clothes dryer etc . assembly , making any adjustments , or inspections . 11 . Always refer to the operator's manual for proper instructions on off - season storage .
YOURRESPONSIBILITY Restrict the use of this power machine to persons who read , understand and follow the warnings and instructions in this manual and on the machine . Donotmodifyengine Notice regarding Emissions To avoid serious injury or death , do not modify engine Engines which are certified to comply with California in any way . Tampering with the governor setting can and federal EPA emission regulations for SORE ( Small lead to a runaway engine and cause it to operate at Off Road Equipment ) are certified to operate on regular unsafe speeds . Never tamper with factory setting of unleaded gasoline , and may include the following engine governor . emission control systems : Engine Modification ( EM ) and Three Way Catalyst ( TWC ) if so equipped . SAFETYLABELSFOUNDONYOURSNOWTHROWER 1 . KEEPAWAYFROMROTATINGIMPELLERR ANDAUGERC . ONTACWTITHIMPELLERO AUGERCANAMPUTATHEANDSANDFEET . 2 . USECLEAN - OUTTOOLTOUNCLOG DISCHARGECHUTE . 3 . DISENGAGCELUTCLHEVERSS , TOPENGINE , ANDREMAINBEHINDHANDLESUNTILALLREE . MOVINGPARTSHAVESTOPPEDBEFOHIN UNCLOGGINGORSERVICINGMAC 4 . TOAVOIDTHROWNOBJECTSINJURIES , NEVERDIRECTDISCHARGAETBYSTANDERS . USEEXTRACAUTIONWHENOPERATINOGN GRAVELSURFACES . 5 . READOPERATOR'SMANUAL .
SECTION2 : ASSEMBLINGYOURSNOWTHROWER NOTE : References to right or left side of the snow thrower are determined from behind the unit in the operating position ( standing directly behind the snow thrower , facing the handle panel ) . IMPORTANT : Two replacement auger shear pins are included with this manual ( or stowed in the plastic handle panel ) . Refer to Augerson page 19 for more information regarding shear pin replacement . thrower , refer to AugerControTl eston page 11 . , _ CAUTION : Prior to operating your snow Read and follow all instructions carefully and perform all adjustments to verify your snow thrower is operating safely and properly . 1 . Observe the lower rear area of the snow thrower to be sure both cables are aligned with roller guides before pivoting the handle upward . 2 . Secure the upper shift rod to the lower shift rod by sliding the connector sleeve downward . â¢ Secure the handle by tightening the plastic wing knob located on both the left and right sides of the handle . Remove and discard any rubber bands , if present . They are for packaging purposes only . 3 . Apply a light lubricant ( i . e . 3 - in - 1 oil ) to the rim / lip of the chute base ( and the underside of the chute assembly ) and position the chute assembly over the base . 4 . Close the flange keepers to secure the chute assembly to the chute base . The flange keepers will click into place when properly secure .
NOTE : / f the flange keepers will not easily click into place , use the palm of your hand to apply swift , firm pressure to the back of each . 5 . Remove the flat washer and hairpin clip from the end of the chute directional control . Insert the end of the chute directional control into the lower bracket and secure with the flat washer and hairpin clip just removed . NOTE : If necessary , the lower bracket can be adjusted . Refer to ChuteBrackeAt djustmento . n Page 14 . thrower , refer to AugerControTl est on page 11 . , _ CAUTION : Prior to operating your snow Read and follow all instructions carefully and perform all adjustments to verify your snow thrower is operating safely and properly . Tire Pressure â¢ Before operating , check tire pressure and reduce pressure in both tires to between 15 psi and 20 psi . NOTE : If the tire pressure is not equal in both tires , the unit may not travel in a straight path and the shave plate may wear unevenly .
SECTION3 : KNOWYOURSNOWTHROWER Shift Lever Drive Control Auger Control Electric Starter Button f EngineControls Gas Cap Recoil Starter Oil Fill Handle Electric Starter Outlet Chute Assembly Clean - out Tool Ignition Key Chute Directional Control Choke Control Throttle Control Skid Shoe Augers ChokeControl all instructions and warnings on the machine , _ WARNING : Read , understand , and follow and in this manual before operating . l / l NOTE : For detailed starting instructions and more information on all engine controls , refer to the The choke control is found on the rear of the engine and Tecumseh Engines manual packed separately and is activated by rotating the knob clockwise . Activating StartingThe Engineon page 10 of this manual . the choke control closes the choke plate on the carburetor and aids in starting the engine . ShiftLever 6 ThrottleControl The shift lever is located on the right side of the handle panel . Place the shift lever The throttle control is located on the Â© 5 into any of eight positions to control the engine . It regulates the speed of the direction of travel and ground speed . engine and will shut off the engine when 4 Forward pushed down completely . There are six forward ( F ) speeds . 3 Position one ( 1 ) is the slowest and Primer position six ( 6 ) is the fastest . m Depressing the primer forces fuel directly Reverse into the engine's carburetor to aid in cold - There are two reverse ( R ) speeds . One weather starting . / ( 1 ) is the slower and two ( 2 ) is the faster . 0il Fill GasCap Engine oil level can be checked and oil Unthread the gas cap to add gasoline to added through the oil fill . the fuel tank . @
AugerControl IgnitionKey f The ignition key is a safety devise . It must be fully inserted in order for the engine to start . Remove the ignition key when the snow thrower is not in use . IMPORTANT : Do not turn the ignition key in an attempt to start the engine . Doing so may cause it to break . Clean - OuTt ool a clogged chute assembly . Shut off engine , _ WARNING : Never use your hands to clear and remain behind handles until all moving \ parts have stopped before unclogging . The auger control is located on the left handle . The chute clean - out tool is fastened to the top of the Squeeze the control grip against the handle to engage auger housing with a mounting clip . The tool is the augers and start snow throwing action . Release to designed to clear a clogged chute assembly . Refer to stop . OperatingYourSnowThrower section for more detailed information regarding the chute clean - out tool . DriveControl NOTE : This item is fastened with a cable fie to the rear of the auger housing at the factory . Cut the cable tie before operating the snow thrower . SkidShoes Position the skid shoes based on surface conditions . Adjust upward for hard - packed snow . Adjust downward when operating on gravel or crushed rock surfaces . RecoilStarter Handle This handle is used to manually start the engine . The drive control is located on the right handle . Squeeze the control grip against the handle to engage ElectricStarterButton the wheel drive . Release to stop . Pressing the electric starter button engages the engine's electric starter when plugged into a 120V ChuteDirectionaCl ontrol power source . S CHUTE D | RECT | ONAL CONTROL ElectricStarterOutlet Requires the use of a three - prong outdoor extension # JSCHARGE cord and a 120V power source / wall outlet . LEFT Augers When engaged , the augers rotate and draw snow into the auger housing . ChuteAssembly # j Snow drawn into the auger housing is discharged out The chute directional control is located on left side of the chute assembly . the snow thrower . To change the direction in which snow is thrown , turn SparkPlugCover chute directional control as follows : Unscrew 1 / 4 - turn to access the spark plug and spark â¢ Crank clockwise to discharge to the left . plug wire . â¢ Crank counterclockwise to discharge to the right .
SECTION4 : OPERATINGYOURSNOWTHROWER WARNING : If your home electrical BeforeStarting system is grounded , but a three - hole receptacle is not available , do not use your snow thrower's electric starter . , _ WallAinRsNtrIuNctGio : ns Ranedadw , aurnnidnegrsstaonnd , theanmd afcohllionwe and in this manual before operating . If you have a grounded three - prong receptacle , proceed as follows : Gas & OilFill - Up â¢ Plug the extension cord into the outlet located on Service the engine with gasoline and oil as instructed in the engine's surface . Plug the other end of the Tecumseh Engines manual packed separately with extension cord into a three - prong 120 - volt , your snow thrower . Read instructions carefully . grounded , AC outlet in a well - ventilated area . â¢ Rotate choke control to FULL choke position ( cold engine start ) . handling gasoline . Gasoline is nextremely , _ WARNING : Use extreme care whe flammable and the vapors are explosive . NOTE : If the engine is already warm , place choke Never fuel the machine indoors or while the control in the OFF position instead of FULL . engine is hot or running . Extinguish cigarettes , â¢ Push the primer two or three times for cold engine cigars , pipes and other sources of ignition . start , making sure to cover vent hole in the center of â¢ A small plastic cup may be located inside the fuel fill the primer when pushing . opening beneath the gas cap . Remove and discard NOTE : DO NOT use primer to restart a warm engine this cup before filling up the tank . after a short shutdown . StartingThe Engine â¢ Push starter button to start engine . â¢ Once the engine starts , immediately release starter â¢ Attach spark plug wire to spark plug . Make certain button . the metal loop on the end of the spark plug wire â¢ As the engine warms , slowly rotate the choke ( inside the rubber boot ) is fastened securely over control to the OFF position . If the engine falters , the metal tip on the spark plug . quickly rotate the choke control back to FULL and â¢ Make certain both the auger control and drive then slowly into the OFF position again . control are in the disengaged ( released ) position . â¢ When disconnecting the extension cord , always â¢ Move throttle control up to FAST position . Insert unplug the end at the three - prong wall outlet before ignition key into slot . Make sure it snaps into place . unplugging the opposite end from the snow Do not attempt to turn the key . thrower . NOTE : The engine cannot start unless the key is RecoilStarter inserted into ignition switch . â¢ Rotate choke control to FULL choke position ( cold Electric Starter engine start ) . â¢ Determine that your home's wiring is a three - wire NOTE : If the engine is already warm , place choke grounded system . Ask a licensed electrician if you control in the OFF position instead of FULL . are not certain . â¢ Push the primer two or three times for cold engine CAUTION : If your home's wiring system start , making sure to cover vent hole in the center of is not a three - wire grounded system , do the primer when pushing . not use this electric starter under any conditions . NOTE : DO NOT use primer to restart a warm engine after a short shutdown . WARNING : The optional electric starter is NOTE : Additional priming may be necessary if the equipped with a grounded three - wire power temperature is below 15 Â° Fahrenheit . cord and plug , and is designed to operate on 120 volt AC household current . It must be Grasp the recoil starter handle and slowly pull the used with a properly grounded three - prong rope out . At the point where it becomes slightly receptacle at all times to avoid the possibility harder to pull the rope , slowly allow the rope to of electric shock . Follow all instructions recoil . carefully prior to operating the electric starter . 10
â¢ Pull the starter handle with a firm , rapid stroke . ToEngageDrive IMPORTANT : Do not release the handle and allow it to â¢ With the throttle control in the Fast ( rabbit ) position , snap back . Keep a firm hold on the starter handle and move shift lever into one of the six forward ( F ) allow it to slowly recoil . positions or two reverse ( R ) positions . Select a speed appropriate for the snow conditions and a â¢ As the engine warms , slowly rotate the choke pace you're comfortable with . control to the OFF position . If the engine falters , quickly rotate the choke control back to the FULL IMPORTANT : Use the slower speeds until you are position and then slowly into the OFF position comfortable and familiar with the operation of the snow again . thrower . â¢ Squeeze the auger control against the handle and StoppingTheEngine the augers will turn . Release it and the augers will â¢ Run engine for a few minutes before stopping to stop . help dry off any moisture on the engine . â¢ Squeeze the drive control against the handle the snow thrower will move . Release it and drive â¢ To help prevent possible starter freeze - up , proceed as follows : motion will stop . Electric Starter ( on models so equipped ) IMPORTANT : NEVER reposition the shift lever ( change 1 . Connect extension cord to the electric starter outlet speeds or direction of travel ) without first releasing the on the engine , then to 120 volt AC outlet . drive control and bringing the snow thrower to a 2 . With the engine running , push the starter button complete stop . Doing so will result in premature wear to and allow the starter for spin for several seconds . the snow thrower's drive system . The noise made by the starter is normal . The engine's starter is not being harmed . ToEngageAugers 3 . When disconnecting the extension cord , always â¢ To engage the augers and start throwing snow , unplug the end at the three - prong wall outlet before squeeze the auger control against the left handle . unplugging the opposite end from the snow Release to stop the augers . thrower . AugerControl Test 4 . Move throttle control to STOP position . 5 . Remove the ignition key . IMPORTANT : Perform the following test before 6 . Wipe all snow and moisture from the area around operating your snow thrower for the first time and at the the engine as well as the area in and around the start of each winter season . drive control and auger control . Also , engage and Check the adjustment of the auger control as follows : release both controls several times . â¢ When the auger control is released and in the NOTE : Keep the key in a safe place . The engine disengaged " up " position , the cable should have cannot start without the ignition key . very little slack . It should NOT be tight . â¢ In a well - ventilated area , start the snow thrower RecoilStarter engine as instructed earlier in this section under the 1 . With engine running , pull starter rope with a rapid , heading Startingthe Engine . Make sure the throttle is continuous full arm stroke three or four times . set in the FAST position . Pulling the starter rope will produce a loud â¢ While standing in the operator's position ( behind clattering sound , which is not harmful to engine . the snow thrower ) , engage the auger . 2 . Move throttle control to STOP position . â¢ Allow the auger to remain engaged for 3 . Remove the ignition key . approximately ten ( 10 ) seconds before releasing NOTE : Keep the key in a safe place . The engine the auger control . Repeat this several times . cannot start without the ignition key . â¢ With the throttle control in the FAST ( rabbit ) position and the auger control in the disengaged 4 . Wipe all snow and moisture from the area around " up " position , walk to the front of the machine . the engine as well as the area in and around the â¢ Confirm that the auger has completely stopped drive control and auger control . Also , engage and rotating and shows NO signs of motion . release both controls several times . IMPORTANT : If the auger shows ANY signs of rotating , immediately return to the operator's position and shut off the engine . Wait for ALL moving parts to stop before re - adjusting the auger control . 11
â¢ To readjust the control cable , loosen the hexjam â¢ Remove the clean - out tool from the clip which nut on the auger control cable " Z " fitting . secures it to the rear of the auger housing . â¢ Rotate the coupling end of the cable â¢ Use the shovel - shaped end of the clean - out tool to counterclockwise to provide more slack . dislodge and scoop any snow and ice which has â¢ Retighten the hex jam nut . See Figure 1 . formed in and near the chute assembly . â¢ Repeat Auger Control Test to verify proper adjustment has been achieved . snow and ice from the chute assembly or , _ WARNING : Never use your hands to clean auger housing â¢ Refasten the clean - out tool to the mounting clip on the rear of the auger housing , reinsert the ignition key and start the snow thrower's engine . â¢ While standing in the operator's position ( behind the snow thrower ) , engage the auger control for a few seconds to clear any remaining snow and ice from the chute assembly . OperatingTips NOTE : Allow the engine to warm up for a few minutes after starting . The engine will not develop full power until it reaches operating temperature . surrounding areas become hot and can , _ WARNING : The muffler , engine and Figure 1 cause a burn . Do not touch . â¢ Discharge snow downwind whenever possible . ChuteClean - OuTt ool â¢ Slightly overlap each previous swath . The chute clean - out tool is conveniently fastened to the â¢ Set the skid shoes 1 / 4 " below the scraper bar for rear of the auger housing with a mounting clip . Should normal usage . The skid shoes may be adjusted snow and ice become lodged in the chute assembly upward for hard - packed snow . Adjust downward during operation , proceed as follows to safely clean the when using on gravel or crushed rock . chute assembly and chute opening : â¢ Avoid possible starter freeze - up . Clean the snow thrower thoroughly after each use . â¢ Release both the Auger Control and the Drive Control . â¢ Stop the engine by removing the ignition key . 12
SECTION5 : MAKINGADJUSTMENTS _ , WadAjuRstNmIeNnGts : whNileevetrheatteemngpitneto ismarkuennianngy , except where specified in operator's manual . ShiftRodAdjustment If the full range of speeds ( forward and reverse ) cannot be achieved , refer to the figures to the right and adjust the shift rod as follows : 1 . Place the shift lever in the fastest forward speed position and remove the hairpin clip which secures the ferrule to the shift lever . J 2 . Rotate the shift arm clockwise as far as it will go . 3 . Thread the ferrule up or down the shift rod until it aligns with the hole in the shift lever . Resecure the ferrule with the hairpin clip removed earlier . Tire Pressure â¢ Before operating , check tire pressure and reduce pressure to between 15 psi and 20 psi . NOTE : If the tire pressure is not equal in both tires , the unit may pull to one side or the other . ChuteAssembly The distance snow is thrown can be adjusted by changing the angle of the chute assembly . To do so , stop the engine by removing the ignition key and loosen the plastic wing knob found on the left side of the chute assembly . Pivot the chute upward or downward before re - tightening the wing knob . See Figure 2 . Figure 2 13
DriveControl When the drive control is released and in the / i disengaged " up " position , the cable should have very / J ii / little slack . It should NOT be tight . Check the adjustment of the drive control as follows : 1 . With the drive control released , push the snow thrower gently forward . The unit should roll freely . 2 . Engage the drive control and gently attempt to push the snow thrower forward . The wheels should not turn . The unit should not roll freely . 3 . With the drive control released , move the shift lever back and forth between the R2 position and the F6 position several times . There should be no resistance in the shift lever . Ifany of the above tests failed , the drive cable is in need , , J of adjustment , refer to the figure at the right and proceed as follows : â¢ Loosen the hex jam nut on the auger control cable / " Z " fitting and rotate the coupling end of the cable / / / downward to provide more slack or upward to take / / / up slack . See Figure 3 . / â¢ Retighten the hex jam nut and repeat all three tests to verify proper adjustment has been achieved . AugerControl Refer to AugerControlTeston Page 11 to adjust the auger control . Skid Shoes The space between the skid shoes and the ground can be adjusted . See Figure 4 . â¢ For close snow removal on a smooth surface , raise skid shoes higher on the auger housing . â¢ Use a middle or lower position when the area to be cleared is uneven , such as a gravel driveway . Figure 4 and thrown by the auger , causing injury to the # _ CAUTION : Loose gravel can be picked up operator and bystanders and / or damage to the snow thrower and surrounding property . â¢ Adjust skid shoes by loosening the four hex nuts ( two on each side ) and carriage bolts . Move skid shoes to desired position . â¢ Make certain the entire bottom surface of skid shoe is against the ground to avoid uneven wear on the skid shoes . Retighten nuts and bolts securely . ChuteBracketAdjustment If the spiral at the bottom of the chute directional control is not fully engaging with the chute assembly , the chute bracket can be adjusted . To do so , loosen the two nuts which secure the chute bracket and reposition it slightly before retightening the nuts . See Figure 5 . Figure 5 14
SECTION6 : MAINTAININGANDSERVICINGYOURSNOWTHROWER WARNING : Before lubricating , repairing , or AugerShaft inspecting , disengage all controls and stop â¢ At least once a season , remove the shear pins on engine . Wait until all moving parts have come auger shaft . Spray lubricant inside shaft , around to a complete stop . the spacers . Also lubricate the flange bearings found at either end of the shaft . See Figure 7 . Engine Refer to the separate TecumsehEngines manual packed with your unit for all engine maintenance . Shear Pin Spacers Bearing Lubrication Engine Refer to the separate Tecumseh Engines manual packed with your unit for all engine lubrication instructions . GearShaft The gear ( hex ) shaft should be lubricated at least once a season or after every 25 hours of operation . â¢ Remove the lower frame cover by removing the two screws which secure it . â¢ Apply a light coating of an all - weather multi - purpose grease to the hex shaft . See Figure 6 . Figure 7 GearCase The auger gear case has been filled with grease at the factory . If disassembled for any reason , lubricate with two ounces of grease ( Part Number 737 - 0168 ) . IMPORTANT : Do not overfill the gear case . Damage to the seals could result . Be sure the vent plug is free of grease in order to relieve pressure . , _ WinsApRecNtiInNgG , : disenBgeafogree saellrvciocnintrgo , lsreapnadirisntgo , por engine . Wait until all moving parts have come to a complete stop . ShavePlateandSkid Shoes â¢ The shave plate and skid shoes on the bottom of i the snow thrower are subject to wear . They should Figure 6 be checked periodically and replaced when necessary . IMPORTANT : Keep lubricant off the friction wheel and â¢ To remove skid shoes , remove the four carriage drive plate . bolts and hex flange nuts which secure them to the Wheels snow thrower . Reassemble new skid shoes with the â¢ At least once a season , remove both wheels . Clean four carriage bolts ( two on each side ) and hex and coat the axles with a multipurpose automotive flange nuts . Refer to Figure 4 . grease before reinstalling wheels . â¢ To remove shave plate , remove the carriage bolts and hex nuts which attach it to the snow thrower ChuteDirectionalControl housing . Reassemble new shave plate , making â¢ Once a season , the joystick should be lubricated sure heads of carriage bolts are to the inside of with petroleum jelly , linseed oil , mineral oil , paraffin housing . Tighten securely . wax or 3 - in - 1 oil . 15
AugerBeltReplacement To remove and replace your snow thrower's auger belt , / proceed as follows : / 1 . Remove the plastic belt cover on the front of the engine by removing the two self - tapping screws . â¢ Drain the gasoline from the snow thrower , or place a piece of plastic under the gas cap . â¢ Carefully pivot the snow thrower u ) and forward so that it rests on the auger housing . 2 . Remove the frame cover from the underside of the snow thrower by removing four self - tapping screws which secure it . 3 . Roll the auger belt off the engine pulley . 4 . Unhook the support bracket spring from the frame . â¢ Loosen and remove the shoulder screw which acts as a belt keeper . â¢ Remove the belt from around the auger pulley , and slip the belt between the support bracket and the auger pulley i ' / ' â¢ Reassemble auger belt by following instructions in reverse order . IMPORTANT : Do NOT forget to reinstall the shoulder screw and reconnect the spring to the frame after / . . . . . . . installing a replacement auger belt . i is . . . . . . . i . . i . ' _ t ' % \ t7 , / 16
DriveBeltReplacement To remove and replace your snow thrower's auger belt , ! proceed as follows : / 1 . Remove the plastic belt cover on the front of the engine by removing the two self - tapping screws . â¢ Drain the gasoline from the snow thrower , or place a piece of plastic under the gas cap . â¢ Carefully pivot the snow thrower u ) and forward so that it rests on the auger housing . 2 . Remove the frame cover from the underside of the snow thrower by removing four self - tapping screws which secure it . 3 . a . Grasp the idler pulley and pivot it toward the right . b . Insert a screw driver through aligning holes in both the idler bracket and the engine . c . Roll the auger belt off the engine pulley . d . Lift the drive belt off engine pulley . 4 . Slip the drive belt off the pulley and between friction wheel and friction wheel disc . â¢ Remove and replace belt in the reverse order . / i \ \ t7 17
FrictionWheelRemoval If the snow thrower fails to drive with the drive control engaged , and performing the drive control cable adjustment on page 14 fails to correct the problem , the friction wheel may need to be replaced . Follow the instructions below . Examine the friction wheel for signs of wear or cracking and replace if necessary â¢ Place the shift lever in third Forward ( F3 ) position . â¢ Drain the gasoline from the snow thrower , or place a piece of plastic under the gas cap . â¢ Carefully pivot the snow thrower up and forward so that it rests on the auger housing . 1 . a . Remove the frame cover from the underside of the snow thrower by removing four self - tapping screws which secure it . b . Remove the right - hand wheel by removing the screw and bell washer which secure it to the axle . c . Locate the hex shaft and E - ring on the right side of the snow thrower frame , about two inches from the wheel axle . c . Using a suitable tool , carefully remove the \ \ outer E - ring which secures the hex shaft to \ ' \ the snow thrower frame and lightly tap the shaft's end to dislodge the ball bearing from the right side of the frame . 2 . a . Slide the hex shaft downward and to the left while carefully un - meshing the lower gears on the hex shaft from the upper gears on the wheel axle . b . Set the hex shaft's gears aside . / c . Carefully remove the inner E - ring from the / / hex shaft and slide the friction wheel assembly off the hex shaft . NOTE : If you're replacing the friction wheel assembly as a whole , discard the worn part and slide the new part onto the hex shaft . Follow the steps above in reverse order to reassemble components . If you're disassembling the friction wheel and replacing only the rubber ring , proceed as follows : 3 . Remove the four screws which secure the friction wheel's side plates together . â¢ Remove the rubber ring from between the plates . â¢ Reassemble the side plates with a replacement rubber ring . IMPORTANT : Tighten each screw only one rotation before turning the wheel clockwise and proceeding with the next screw . Repeat this process several times to ensure the plates are secured with equal force . â¢ Slide the friction wheel assembly back onto the hex shaft and follow the steps above in reverse order to reassemble components . 18
IMPORTANT : NEVER replace the auger shear pins with Augers anything other than OEM Part No . 738 - 04124 â¢ The augers are secured to the spiral shaft with two replacement shear pins . Any damage to the auger shear pins and cotter pins . If the auger should strike gearbox or other components as a result of failing to do a foreign object or ice jam , the snow thrower is so will NOT be covered by your snow thrower's designed so that the pins may shear . warranty . Refer to Figure 7 . â¢ If the augers will not turn , check to see if the pins have sheared . One set of replacement shear pins has been provided with the snow thrower . When replacing pins , spray an oil lubricant into shaft before inserting new pins . SECTION7 : OFF - SEASONSTORAGE â¢ Drain carburetor by pressing upward on bowl drain , located below the carburetor cover . WfueAl RcoNnItNaiGne : r inNdoeovresr wshtoerree tthheeremisacahninoepeonr flame , spark or pilot light such as on a water NOTE : Fuel stabilizers , such as STA - BIL Â® , are an heater , furnace , clothes dryer or other gas acceptable alternative in minimizing the formation of appliances . fuel gum deposits during storage . Do not drain carburetor if using a fuel stabilizer . container outdoors , away from open flame . , _ WARNING : Drain fuel into an approved â¢ Wipe equipment with an oiled rag to prevent rust . Allow engine to cool . Extinguish cigarettes , â¢ Remove spark plug and pour one ounce of engine cigars , pipes , and other sources of ignition oil through spark plug hole into cylinder . Cover prior to draining fuel . Fuel left in engine for spark plug hole with rag . Crank engine several extended period deteriorates and will cause times to distribute oil . Replace spark plug . serious starting problems . â¢ Follow the lubrication recommendations found in the Maintenance Section . If unit is to be stored over 30 days , prepare for storage as follows : â¢ Always store the snow thrower in a clean , dry area . When storing any type of power equipment in an â¢ Remove gasoline from carburetor and fuel tank to unventilated or metal storage shed , care should be prevent gum deposits from forming on these parts taken to rust proof the equipment . Using a light oil or and causing possible malfunction of engine . silicone , coat the equipment , especially any chains , â¢ Run engine until fuel tank is empty and engine springs , bearings and cables . stops due to lack of fuel . 19
SECTION8 : TROUBLESHOOTINGGUIDE Corrective Action Trouble Possible Cause ( s ) Engine fails to start Fuel tank empty , or stale fuel . Fill tank with clean , fresh gasoline . Fuel will not last over thirty days unless a fuel stabilizer is used . Blocked fuel line . Clean fuel line . Choke control not in ON position Move choke control to ON position Faulty spark plug . Clean , adjust gap or replace . Ignition key not present . Insert key into ignition switch . Spark plug wire disconnected . Connect spark plug wire . Engine not primed . Refer to the Tecumseh engine manual or StartingtheEngineon page 10 of this manual for instructions on the engine primer . Engine runs erratic Unit running on CHOKE . Move choke control to OFF position . Blocked fuel line or stale fuel . Clean fuel line ; fill tank with clean fresh gasoline . Fuel will not last over thirty clays unless a fuel stabilizer is used . Drain fuel tank . Refill with fresh fuel . Water or dirt in fuel system . Carburetor out of adjustment . Refer to the Tecumseh engine manual . Loss of power Spark plug wire loose . Connect and tighten spark plug wire . Gas cap vent hole plugged . Remove ice and snow from cap . Be certain vent hole is clear . Exhaust port plugged . Clean following the engine manual . Engine overheats Carburetor not adjusted Refer to the Tecumseh engine manual packed with your unit or properly . have carburetor adjusted by an authorized service dealer . Excessive vibration Loose parts or damaged auger . Stop engine immediately and disconnect spark plug wire . Tighten all bolts and nuts . Make all necessary repairs . If vibration continues , have unit serviced by an authorized service dealer . Unit fails to propel itself Incorrect adjustment of drive Adjust drive control cable . control cable . Drive belt loose or damaged . Replace drive belt . Unit fails to Chute assembly clogged . Stop engine immediately . Clean chute assembly and inside of discharge snow auger housing with chute clean - out tool Foreign object lodged in auger . Stop engine immediately . Remove object from auger . Incorrect adjustment of auger Adjust auger control cable . control cable . Drive belt loose or damaged . Replace drive belt . NOTE : For repairs beyond the minor adjustments above , contact your local authorized service dealer . 2O
SECTION9 : PARTSLIST 30 21 25 10 15 7 22 13 16 4O " 15 29 41 14 2O 36 39 14 22
StyleN REF . PART NO . NO . DESCRIPTION 1 731 - 04872 Panel Assembly , Handle , N - Style 2 631 - 04133 Handle Assembly , Clutch Lock , LH ( Inc . Ref . 48 ) 631 - 04134 Handle Assembly , Clutch Lock , RH ( Inc . Ref . 48 ) 4 684 - 04105 Handle Assembly , Engagement , LH 5 684 - 04106 Handle Assembly , Engagement , RH 6 710 - 04326 Screw , # 8 - 16 x . 50 7 710 - 04354 Screw , 1 / 4 - 20 x . 375 8 710 - 1026 Screw , Self - tapping , 1 / 4 - 20 x 1.750 9 710 - 1233 Screw , Machine , # 10 - 24 x 1.375 10 711 - 04287 Rod , Pivot 11 711 - 0677 Ferrule , 5 / 16 - 18 x . 312 12 712 - 04064 Nut , Flange Lock , Nylon , 1 / 4 - 20 13 712 - 04081A Nut , Shoulder , Hex , 1 / 4 - 20 , 14 714 - 0104 Pin , Cotter , . 072 Dia . x 1.13 15 720 - 0274 Grip , 1.0 ID x 5.0 16 720 - 04039 Knob , Shift 17 736 - 0185 Washer , Flat , . 375 x . 738 x . 063 18 684 - 04104 Crank Assembly , Chute 19 747 - 04263 Eye Bolt , Chute Crank 2O 726 - 0470 Tie , Cable , 19 x 8.39 " , Tree Mount 21 731 - 04894 Plate , Lock 22 731 - 04896 Cam , Clutch Lock 23 732 - 0193 Spring , Compression , . 39 x . 60 x . 88 24 732 - 04219 Spring , Clutch , Lock 25 732 - 04238 Spring , Torsion , 0.8156 ID x . 3038 26 735 - 0199A Bumper , Rubber , . 62 OD x . 22 27 736 - 0262 Washer , Flat , . 385 x . 870 x . 092 28 738 - 04122 Screw , Shoulder , . 437 x 1.345 , 1 / 4 - 20 29 738 - 04125 Screw , Shoulder , . 374 Dia . x 1.05 30 746 - 0778 Z - Fitting , Cable 31 747 - 04348 Shift Rod , Upper , . 312 x 8.98 32 750 - 0963 Connector Sleeve , Shift Rod 33 790 - 00130 Lever , Shift 34 790 - 00140 Bracket , Panel 35 710 - 0449 Screw , Carriage , 5 / 16 - 18 , 2.25 , Gr5 36 710 - 0726 Screw , 5 / 16 - 12 , 0.750 37 720 - 0284 Wing Knob , 5 / 16 - 18 38 736 - 0451 Washer , Saddle , 320 x . 93 x . 060 39 749 - 04138 Handle , Lower , Snow 40 749 - 04141 Handle , Upper , RH 41 749 - 04142 Handle , Upper , LH 42 712 - 04063 Nut , Flange Lock , Nylon , 5 / 16 - 18 43 726 - 0135 Nut , Speed , . 3125 Dia . 44 732 - 04205 Spring Lever , Shift 45 790 - 00156 Bracket , Shift Spacer 46 747 - 04257 Shift Rod , Lower 47 735 - 0234 Grommet , . 44 ID x . 94 OD x . 50 48 712 - 0161 Nut , Hex Lock , Nylon , # 10 - 24 , Gr2 49 720 - 0201A Crank Knob , 1.0 Diameter x 3.2 , Black 50 726 - 0100 Cap , Push , 3 / 8 Rod 51 736 - 0463 Washer , Flat , . 25 x . 630 x . 051 23
StyleN 7 4 62 13 _ 41 4O " 12 23 6 56 45 30 48 44 46 50 _ ' _ 53 33 24
StyleN REE PART REE PART NO . NO . DESCRIPTION NO . NO . DESCRIPTION 1 731 - 2643 736 - 0188 Removal Tool , Snow 32 Washer , Flat , . 76 x 1.49 x . 06 2 684 - 04057 741 - 0493A Impeller Assembly , 12 " Dia 33 Bushing , Flange , . 800 ID x . 910 OD 3 710 - 0347 790 - 00087 Screw , 3 / 8 - 16 x 1.75 , Gr5 , Std 34 Housing , Bearing , 1 " Hex 4 710 - 0451 790 - 00120 Bolt , Carriage , 5 / 16 - 18 x . 750 Grl 35 Plate , Shave , 2.25 x 23.66 5 710 - 0703 731 - 04912 Screw , Carriage , 1 / 4 - 20 x . 75 , Gr5 36 Chute , Lower 6 710 - 0726 710 - 04071 Screw , 5 / 16 - 12 x 0.750 37 Bolt , Carriage , 5 / 16 - 18 , 1.00 7 712 - 04063 720 - 0284 Nut , Flange Lock , Nylon , 5 / 16 - 18 , GrF 38 Wing Knob , 5 / 16 - 18 8 712 - 04064 731 - 04426A Nut , Flange Lock , Nylon , 1 / 4 - 20 , GrF 39 Chute , Upper 9 712 - 04065 736 - 0159 Nut , Flange Lock , Nylon , 3 / 8 - 16 , GrF 40 Washer , Flat , . 349 x . 879 x . 063 10 714 - 04040 741 - 0475 Cotter Pin , Bow - Tie 41 Bushing , . 380 ID 11 746 - 0897 784 - 5647 Auger Clutch Cable , 44.75 " 42 Bracket , Chute Crank 12 726 - 04012 784 - 5580 Nut , Push - on , . 25 Dia 43 Shoe , Slide 13 731 - 04705 721 - 0179 Chute , Adapter 5 " Dia 44 Seal , Oil , . 750 ID 14 732 - 0611 719 - 0319 Spring , Extension , . 38 OD x 3.6 45 Housing , Auger , RH Reducer 15 736 - 0174 719 - 0320 Washer , Wave , . 625 x . 885 x . 015 46 Housing , Auger , LH Reducer 16 736 - 0242 741 - 0661A Washer , Bell , . 340 x . 872 x . 015 47 Bearing , Flange , . 75 ID x 1.00 OD x . 975 17 736 - 0463 717 - 0528A Washer , Flat , . 25 x . 630 x . 0515 48 Gear , Worm 20T 18 731 - 04869 736 - 0351 Keeper , Flange 49 Washer , Flat , . 760 ID x 1.50D 19 738 - 0143 714 - 0161 Screw , Shoulder , . 498 x . 340 , 3 / 8 - 16 50 Key , Hi - pro 3 / 16 x 5 / 8 2O 738 - 0281 715 - 04021 Screw , Shoulder , . 625 x . 17 , 3 / 8 - 16 51 Pin , Dowel , . 25 OD x 1.2 21 738 - 04124 721 - 0325 Pin , Shear , . 25 x1 . 50 , Gr2 52 Plug , 1 / 4 x . 437 22 741 - 0245 711 - 04285 Bearing , Hex Flange x . 75 ID 53 Axle , Auger , 24 " 23 741 - 0309 710 - 0642 Bearing , Ball , . 75 ID x 1.85 OD 54 Screw , Self - tapping , 1 / 4 - 20 , 0.750 24 756 - 0981A 741 - 0662 Pulley , Idler , Flat 2.75 OD 55 Bearing , Flange , . 75 ID x 1.00 OD x . 59 25 790 - 00075 717 - 04126 Housing , Bearing , 1.85 ID 56 Shaft , Worm . 75 OD 26 790 - 00080 718 - 04071 Bracket , Auger Idler w / Brake 57 Collar , Thrust 27 618 - 04171 721 - 0327 Gearbox Assembly , Auger , 24 " 58 Seal , Oil , . 75 x 1 x . 131 28 684 - 04077 736 - 3084 Housing Assembly , Auger 24 " 59 Washer , Flat , . 51 x 1.12 29 684 - 04107 741 - 0663 Spiral Assembly , LH 60 Bearing , Flange , . 75 ID x 1.00 OD x . 925 30 684 - 04108 731 - 2635 Spiral Assembly , RH 61 Mount , Clean Out Tool 31 731 - 04870 629 - 0071 Spacer , 1.25 OD x . 75 ID x 1.00 62 Extension Cord , 3 - Prong 25
StyleN 58 55 41 17 50 7 58 53 57 47 52 49 4O 51 43 48 56 21 24 13 s 12 27 1 15 14 _ 28 J 24 36 14 4 26 9 25 63f 61 65 6O 26
StyleN REE PART REE PART NO . NO . DESCRIPTION NO . NO . DESCRIPTION 1 617 - 04026 33 748 - 0190 Gear Assembly , 16 / 44T Spacer , . 508 ID x . 75 OD x . 68 2 617 - 04025 34 756 - 0625 Gear Assembly , 16 / 44T Roller , Cable 3 656 - 0012A 35 784 - 5687A Disc Assembly , Friction Wheel , . 375 Guide Bracket , Auger Cable 4 684 - 04066 36 790 - 00072 Frame Wheel Assembly , Friction , 4.90D 5 684 - 04045 37 790 - 00096 Support Bracket Ass'y , Friction Wheel Guide Bracket , Front , Auger Cable 6 684 - 04139 38 790 - 00054 Shift Assembly , Rod Cover , Frame 7 710 - 0627 39 790 - 00055 Screw , 5 / 16 - 24 x . 750 , Gr5 Roller Bracket , Drive Cable 8 710 - 0788 4O 710 - 0191 Screw , 1 / 4 - 20 x 1.000 Screw , 3 / 8 - 24 x 1.25 , Gr8 9 710 - 1652 41 710 - 0597 Screw , 1 / 4 - 20 x . 625 Screw , 1 / 4 - 20 x 1.00 , Gr5 10 711 - 04246A 42 710 - 0654A Hex Shaft , Drive , . 75 Screw , Sems , 3 / 8 - 16 x 1.00 11 712 - 0711 43 710 - 1245B Nut , Jam , 3 / 8 - 24 , Gr2 Screw , 5 / 16 - 24 x . 875 , Gr8 12 714 - 0161 44 712 - 04064 Key , Hi - pro 3 / 16 x 5 / 8 Nut , Flange Lock , Nylon , 1 / 4 - 20 , GrF 13 716 - 0231 45 731 - 04792 Ring , E Type , . 750 Cover , Belt 14 716 - 0136 46 732 - 0710 Ring , E - Type , . 875 Spring , Extension , . 38 OD x 2.68 15 717 - 04129A 47 736 - 0247 Pinion , 16T Washer , Flat , . 406 x 1.25 x . 157 16 717 - 04137A 48 736 - 0505 Gear , 44T Washer , Flat , . 34 x 1.50 x . 150 17 790 - 00082 49 741 - 0919 Idler , Bracket , Drive Bearing , Ball , 20 x 47 x 14 18 726 - 0221 50 748 - 0234 Nut , Speed , . 500 Shoulder Spacer 19 732 - 0264 51 748 - 04053 Extension Spring Pulley , Adapter , . 75 Dia . 20 736 - 0242 52 750 - 04230 Washer , Bell , . 340 x . 872 x . 060 Spacer , . 777 OD x . 260 ID x . 550 21 736 - 04161 53 750 - 04303 Washer , Flat , . 75 x 1.00 x . 060 Spacer , . 875 ID x 1.185 OD 22 736 - 0300 54 754 - 04050 Washer , Flat , . 406 x . 875 x . 059 V - Belt , 1 / 2 " 23 736 - 0105 55 754 - 0456 Washer , Bell , . 375 x . 870 x . 063 V - Belt , 3 / 8 " 24 736 - 0287 56 756 - 04109 Washer , Flat , . 793 x 1.24 x . 060 Pulley , Auger , 8.1 x . 50 25 634 - 04167 57 756 - 04113 Wheel , Complete , 13 x 4 x 6 , LH Pulley , Half , 2.600 OD 634 - 04168 58 756 - 04114 Wheel , Complete , 13 x 4 x 6 , RH Pulley , Half , 2.20D 26 731 - 04873 59 790 - 00062 Spacer , 1.25 OD x . 75 ID x 3.00 Washer , Bearing , 2.12 OD x . 255 ID 27 738 - 04095A 60 790 - 00010 Axle , . 75 x 22 Plate , Friction , 12 Pt 4.60 Dia 28 738 - 0924 61 790 - 00011 Screw , 1 / 4 - 28 x . 375 Plate , Friction , Extrs , 12 Pt 4.60 Dia 29 741 - 0563 62 710 - 0896 Bearing , Ball , 17x40x 12 Screw , Self - tapping , 1 / 4 - 14 x 0.625 30 741 - 0245 63 618 - 04169 Bearing , Hex Flange x . 75 ID Bearing Assembly , Friction Wheel 31 746 - 0897 64 718 - 04070 Cable , Auger , 44.75 Hub , Friction Wheel 32 746 - 04086 65 735 - 0243B Cable , Drive , 41.75 Friction Wheel Rubber , 4.875 OD Wheel Assembly WheelSize Air Valve Rim Only Tire Only Complete 634 - 04167 13x4x6 634 - 04151 734 - 04128 734 - 0255 634 - 04168 13x4x6 634 - 04151 734 - 04128 734 - 0255 27
MANUFACTURER'S LIMITED WARRANTY FOR : Â® m m _ m deterioration of the exterior finish due to use or The limited warranty set forth below is given by Troy - Bilt LLC with respect to new merchandise purchased and used in the exposure . United States and / or its territories and possessions , and by d . Service completed by someone other than an authorized service dealer . MTD Products Limited with respect to new merchandise purchased and used in Canada and / or its territories and e . Troy - Bilt does not extend any warranty for products possessions ( either entity respectively , " Troy - Bilff ) . sold or exported outside of the United States and / or Canada , and their respective possessions and " Troy - Bilt " warrants this product ( excluding its normal wear territories , except those sold through Troy - Bilt's parts as described below ) against defects in material and authorized channels of export distribution . workmanship for a period of two ( 2 ) years commencing on the f . 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Normal wear parts include , but are not as set forth above . limited to items such as : batteries , belts , blades , blade adapters , grass bags , rider deck wheels , seats , snow thrower The provisions as set forth in this warranty provide the skid shoes , friction wheels , shave plates , auger spiral rubber sole and exclusive remedy arising from the sale . Troy - Bilt and tires . shall not be liable for incidental or consequential loss or damage including , without limitation , expenses incurred HOW TO OBTAIN SERVICE : Warranty service is available , for substitute or replacement lawn care services or for WITH PROOF OF PURCHASE , through your local authorized rental expenses to temporarily replace a warranted service dealer . To locate the dealer in your area : product . In the U . S . A . Some jurisdictions do not allow the exclusion or limitation of Check your Yellow Pages , or contact Troy - Bilt LLC at P . 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