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® Operator's Manual Pedal Drive Lawn Tractor Models LTX - 1842 LTX - 2146 IMPORTANT : Read safety rules and instructions carefully before operating equipment . Warning : This unit is equipped with an internal combustion engine and should not be used on or near any unimproved forest - covered , brush - covered or grass - covered land unless the engine's exhaust system is equipped with a spark arrester meeting applicable local or state laws ( if any ) . If a spark arrester is used , 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 Resources Code ) . Other states may have similar laws . Federal laws apply on federal lands . A spark arrester for the muffler is available through your nearest engine authorized service dealer or contac _ the service department , P . O . Box 361131 Cleveland , Ohio 44136 - 0019 . TROY - BILTLLC . P . O . BOX361131C , LEVELANDO , HiO44136 - 0019 PRINTED IN U . S . A . FORM NO . 770 - 10490B ( 2 / 2003 )
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TABLEOFCONTENTS Content Page Important Safe Operation Practices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Slope Gauge . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Tractor Set - up . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Know Your Lawn Tractor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Operating Your Lawn Tractor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Making Adjustments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Maintaining Your Lawn Tractor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 Off - Season Storage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 Attachments & Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 Models LTX - 1842 & LTX - 2146 Parts List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 FINDINGMODELNUMBER This Operator's Manual is an important part of your new lawn tractor . 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 . The information on the model plate is very important if you need help from our Customer Support Department or an authorized dealer . You can locate the model number by looking beneath the seat . A sample model plate is explained below . For future reference , please copy model number and serial number of the equipment in the space below . ( Model Number ) ( Serial Number ) Copy the model number here : Copy the serial number here : O Bil . T " www . troybilt . corn CLEVELA6NHD4 , 4136 330 - 558 - 7220 • 866 - 840 - 648 _ ENGINEINFORMATION The engine manufacturer is responsible for all engine - related issues with regards to 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 . CALLINGCUSTOMERSUPPORT If you have difficulty assembling this product or have any questions regarding the controls , operation or maintenance of this unit , please call the Customer Support Department . Call 1 - 866 - 840 - 6483 or 1 - 338 - 558 - 7220 to reach a Customer Support representative . Please have your unit's model number and serial number ready when you call . See previous section to locate this information . You wilt be asked to enter the serial number in order to process your call .
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SECTION1 : IMPORTANTSAFEOPERATIONPRACTICES _ WARNING : This symbol points out important safety instructions which , if not followed , could endanger the personal safety and / or property of yourself and others . Read and follow all instructions in this manual before attempting to operate this machine . Failure to comply with these instructions may result in personal injury . When you see this symbol - - heed its warning . _ lb ARNING : The Battery and Engine Exhaust contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer , birth defects or other reproductive harm . The battery and posts contain lead ; wash hands after handling . , _ WARNING : 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 . 10 . Be aware of the mower and attachment discharge GeneralOperation direction and do not point it at anyone . Do not 1 . Read , understand , and follow all instructions on the operate the mower without the discharge cover or machine and in the manual ( s ) before attempting to entire grass catcher in its proper place . assemble and operate . Keep this manual in a safe 11 . Do not put hands or feet near rotating parts or place for future and regular reference and for under the cutting deck . Contact with the blade ( s ) ordedng replacement parts . can amputate hands and feet . 2 . Be familiar with all controls and their proper 12 . A missing or damaged discharge cover can cause operation . Know how to stop the machine and blade contact or thrown object injudes . disengage them quickly . 13 . Stop the blade ( s ) when crossing gravel drives , 3 . Never allow children under 14 years old to operate walks , or roads and while not cutting grass . this machine . Children 14 years old and over 14 . Watch for traffic when operating near or crossing should read and understand the operation roadways . This machine is not intended for use on instructions and safety rules in this manual and any public roadway . should be trained and supervised by a parent . 15 . Do not operate the machine while under the 4 . Never allow adults to operate this machine without influence of alcohol or drugs . proper instruction . 16 . Mow only in daylight or good artificial light . 5 . To help avoid blade contact or a thrown object 17 . Never carry passengers . injury , keep bystanders , helpers , children and pets 18 . Disengage blade ( s ) before shifting into reverse . at least 75 feet from the machine while it is in Back up slowly . Always look down and behind operation . Stop machine if anyone enters the area . before and while backing to avoid a back - over 6 . Thoroughly inspect the area where the equipment accident . is to be used . Remove all stones , sticks , wire , 19 . Slow down before turning . Operate the machine bones , toys , and other foreign objects which could smoothly . Avoid erratic operation and excessive be picked up and thrown by the blade ( s ) . Thrown speed . objects can cause serious personal injury . 20 . Disengage blade ( s ) , set parking brake , stop engine 7 . Plan your mowing pattern to avoid discharge of and wait until the blade ( s ) come to a complete stop material toward roads , sidewalks , bystanders and before removing grass catcher , emptying grass , the like . Also , avoid discharging material against a unclogging chute , removing any grass or debris , or wall or obstruction which may cause discharged making any adjustments . material to ricochet back toward the operator . 21 . Never leave a running machine unattended . Always 8 . Always wear safety glasses or safety goggles turn off blade ( s ) , place transmission in neutral , set during operation and while performing an parking brake , stop engine and remove key before adjustment or repair to protect your eyes . Thrown dismounting . objects which ricochet can cause serious injury to 22 . Use extra care when loading or unloading the the eyes . machine into a trailer or truck . This unit should not 9 . Wear sturdy , rough - soled work shoes and close - be driven up or down ramp ( s ) , because the unit fitting slacks and shirts . Loose fitting clothes and could tip over , causing serious personal injury . The jewelry can be caught in movable parts . Never unit must be pushed manually on ramp ( s ) to load or operate this machine in bare feet or sandals . unload properly .
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23 . Mufflerand engine become hot and can cause a 5 . Keep all movement on the slopes slow and gradual . burn . Do not touch . Do not make sudden changes in speed or direction . 24 . Check overhead clearances carefully before ddving Rapid engagement or braking could cause the front under low tree branches , wires , door openings etc . , of the machine to lift and rapidly flip over backwards where the operator may be struck or pulled from the which could cause serious injury . unit , which could result in serious injury . 6 . Avoid starting or stopping on a slope . If tires lose 25 . Disengage all attachment clutches , depress the traction , disengage the blade ( s ) and proceed brake pedal completely and shift into neutral before slowly straight down the slope . attempting to start engine . DoNot : 26 . Your machine is designed to cut normal residential 1 . Do not turn on slopes unless necessary ; then , turn grass of a height no more than 10 " . Do not attempt slowly and gradually downhill , if possible . to mow through unusually tall , dry grass ( e . g . , 2 . Do not mow near drop - offs , ditches or pasture ) or piles of dry leaves . Dry grass or leaves embankments . The mower could suddenly turn may contact the engine exhaust and / or build up on over if a wheel is over the edge of a cliff , ditch , or if the mower deck presenting a potential fire hazard . an edge caves in . 27 . Use only accessories and attachments approved 3 . Do net try to stabilize the machine by putting your for this machine by the machine manufacturer . foot on the ground . Read , understand and follow all instructions 4 . Do net use a grass catcher on steep slopes . provided with the accessory or attachment . 5 . Do net mow on wet grass . Reduced traction could 28 . Data indicates that operators , age 60 years and cause sliding . above , are involved in a large percentage of tractor - 6 . Do not shift to neutral and coast downhill . Over - related injuries . These operators should evaluate speeding may cause the operator to lose control of their ability to operate the tractor safely enough to the machine resulting in serious injury or death . protect themselves and others from serious injury . 7 . Do net tow heavy pull behind attachments ( e . g . 29 . If situations occur which are not covered in this loaded dump cart , lawn roller , etc . ) on slopes manual , use care and good judgment . Contact your greater than 5 degrees . When going down hilt , the Yard - Man dealer for assistance . extra weight tends to push the tractor and may cause you to loose control . ( e . g . tractor may speed SlopeOperation up , braking and steering ability are reduced , attachment may jack - knife and cause tractor to Slopes are a major factor related to loss of control and overturn ) . tip - over accidents which can result in severe injury or death . All slopes require extra caution . If you cannot Children back up the slope or if you feel uneasy , do not mow it . For your safety , use the slope gauge included as part of 1 . Tragic accidents can occur if the operator is not this manual to measure slopes before operating this alert to the presence of children . Children are often unit on a sloped or hilly area . If the slope is greater than attracted to the machine and the mowing activity . 15 degrees as shown on the slope gauge , do not They do not understand the dangers . Never operate this unit on that area . assume that children wilt remain where you last saw them . De : a . Keep children out of the mowing area and in 1 . Mow up and down slopes , not across . Exercise watchful care of a responsible adult other extreme caution when changing direction on than the operator . slopes . b . Be alert and turn machine off if a child enters 2 . Watch for holes , ruts , bumps , rocks , or other the area . hidden objects . Uneven terrain could overturn the c . Before and while backing , look behind and machine . Tall grass can hide obstacles . down for small children . 3 . Use slow speed . Choose a low enough speed d . Never carry children , even with the blade ( s ) setting so that you will net have to stop or shift while shut off . They may fall off and be seriously on the slope . Tires may lose traction on slopes injured or interfere with safe machine even though the brakes are functioning properly . operation . Always keep machine in gear when going down e . Use extreme care when approaching blind slopes to take advantage of engine braking action . corners , doorways , shrubs , trees or other 4 . Follow the manufacturer's recommendations for objects that may block your vision of a child wheel weights or counterweights to improve who may run into the machine . stability of the machine . Use extra care with grass f . Disengage the cutting blade ( s ) before catchers or other attachments . These can change shifting in reverse . The " No - Cut - In Reverse " stability of the machine .
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h . Never over fill fuel tank . Fill tank to no more feature emphasises not to cut in reverse and than ½ inch below bottom of filler neck to to avoid back - over accidents ; do not defeat it . g . Keep children away from hot or running allow space for fuel expansion . engines . They can suffer bums from a hot i . Replace gasoline cap and tighten securely . muffler . j . If gasoline is spilled , wipe it off the engine h . Remove key when machine is unattended to and equipment . Move unit to another area . prevent unauthorized operation . Wait 5 minutes before starting the engine . . Never allow children under 14 years old to operate k . To reduce fire hazards , keep machine free of the machine . Children 14 years old and over should grass , leaves , or other debris build - up . Clean read and understand the operation instructions and up oil or fuel spillage and remove any fuel soaked debris . safety rules in this manual and should be trained I . Never store the machine or fuel container and supervised by a parent . inside where there is an open flame , spark or pilot light as on a water heater , space heater , Towing furnace , clothes dryer or other gas 1 . Tow only with a machine that has a hitch designed appliances . for towing . Do not attach towed equipment except m . Allow a machine to cool at least 5 minutes at the hitch point . before storing . 2 . Follow the manufacturers recommendation for GeneralService weight limits for towed equipment and towing on 1 . Never run an engine indoors or in a poorly slopes . 3 . Never allow children or others in or on towed ventilated area . Engine exhaust contains carbon monoxide , an odorless , and deadly gas . equipment . 2 . Before cleaning , repairing , or inspecting , make 4 . On slopes , the weight of the towed equipment may cause loss of traction and loss of control . certain the blade ( s ) and all moving parts have stopped . Disconnect the spark plug wire and 5 . Travel slowly and allow extra distance to stop . 6 . Do not shift to neutral and coast downhill . ground against the engine to prevent unintended starting . 3 . Periodically check to make sure the blades come to Service complete stop within approximately ( 5 ) five Safe HandlingOfGasoline seconds after operating the blade disengagement 1 . To avoid personal injury or property damage use control . If the blades do not stop within the this time extreme care in handling gasoline . Gasoline is frame , your unit should be serviced professionally extremely flammable and the vapors are explosive . by an authorized White Outdoor Products dealer . Serious personal injury can occur when gasoline is 4 . Check brake operation frequently as it is subjected spilled on yourself or your clothes which can ignite . to wear during normal operation . Adjust and service Wash your skin and change clothes immediately . as required . a . Use only an approved gasoline container . 5 . Check the blade ( s ) and engine mounting bolts at b . Never fill containers inside a vehicle or on a frequent intervals for proper tightness . Also , truck or trailer bed with a plastic liner . Always visually inspect blade ( s ) for damage ( e . g . , place containers on the ground away from excessive wear , bent , cracked ) . your vehicle before filling . Replace the blade ( s ) with the original equipment c . When practical , remove gas - powered manufacturer's ( O . EM . ) blade ( s ) only , listed in this equipment from the truck or trailer and refuel manual . " Use of parts which do not meet the it on the ground . If this is not possible , then original equipment specifications may lead to refuel such equipment on a trailer with a improper performance and compromise safety ! " portable container , rather than from a 6 . Mower blades are sharp . Wrap the blade or wear gasoline dispenser nozzle . gloves , and use extra caution when servicing them . d . Keep the nozz _ lein contact with the rim of the 7 . Keep all nuts , bolts , and screws tight to be sure the fuel tank or container opening at all times equipment is in safe working condition . until fueling is complete . Do not use a nozzle 8 . Never tamper with the safety interlock system or lock - open device . other safety devices . Check their proper operation e . Extinguish all cigarettes , cigars , pipes and regularly . other sources of ignition . 9 . After striking a foreign object , stop the engine , f . Never fuel machine indoors . disconnect the spark plug wire ( s ) and ground g . Never remove gas cap or add fuel while the against the engine . Thoroughly inspect the engine is hot or running . Allow engine to cool machine for any damage . Repair the damage at least two minutes before refueling . before starting and operating .
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10 . Neverattempt to make adjustments or repairs to maximum safe operating speed of the engine . the machine while the engine is running . 13 . Maintain or replace safety and instruction labels , as 11 . Grass catcher components and the discharge necessary . cover are subject to wear and damage which could 14 . Observe proper disposal laws and regulations for expose moving parts or allow objects to be thrown . gas , oil , etc . to protect the environment . For safety protection , frequently check components and replace immediately with original equipment YourResponsibility manufacturer's ( O . EM . ) parts only , listed in this Restrict the use of this power machine to persons who manual . " Use of parts which do not meet the read , understand and follow the warnings and original equipment specifications may lead to instructions in this manual and on the machine . improper performance and compromise safety ! " 12 . Do not change the engine governor settings or over - speed the engine . The governor controls the 777S30145 777S30503 ' IEP HANDSANDFEETAWAY . • DONOTOPERATEMOWERUNLESSCHUTEDEFLECTOR ORENllREGRASSCATCHERIS INITSPROPERPLACE . 777S30018 , , I ( EEP
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SIGHT AND HOLD THIS LEVEL WITH A VERTICAL TREE " 11 A POWER POLE A CORNER OF A BUILDING OR A FENCE POST I , id o , d _ b WARNING Do not mow on inclines with a slope in excess of 15 degrees ( a rise of approximately 2 - 1 / 2 feet every 10 feet ) . A riding mower o = could overturn and cause serious injury . If operating a walk - behind mower on such a slope , it is extremely difficult to maintain i I - - " your footing and you could slip , resulting in serious injury . Operate RIDING mowers up and down slopes , never across the face of slopes . 6t }
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SECTION3 : TRACTORSET - UP IMPORTANT : Your tractor is shipped with motor oil in the engine . However , you MUST check the oil level before starting the engine and operating . Refer to the separate Briggs & Stratton Operator / Owner Manual packed with your tractor . Read instructions carefully . NOTE : Any reference in this manual to the RIGHT or Locate the shipping brace and warning tag found LEFT side of the tractor is observed from operator's on the right side of the mower , between the position , discharge chute and the cutting deck . See Figure 2 . Attachingthe BatteryCables NOTE : The positive battery terminal is marked Pos . ( + ) . The negative battery terminal is marked Neg . ( - ) . The positive cable ( heavy red wire ) is secured to the positive battery terminal ( + ) with a carriage screw and hex nut at the factory . Make certain that the rubber boot covers the terminal to help protect it from corrosion . Remove the shoulder bolt and wing nut from the negative cable . Remove the black plastic cover , if present , from the negative battery terminal and attach the negative cable ( heavy black wire ) to the negative battery terminal ( - ) with the bolt and the wing nut . Warning Tag Make certain the hold - down strap is in positionover Figure 2 the battery , secudng it in place . See Figure 1 . While holding the discharge chute with your left hand , remove the shipping brace with your right hand by grasping it between your thumb and index finger and rotating it clockwise . WARNING : The shipping brace , used for packaging purposes only , must be removed and discarded before operating your riding mower . WARNING : The mowing deck is capable of throwing objects . Failure to operate the riding mower without the discharge cover in the proper operating position could result in sedous personal injury and / or property damage . Figure 1 TirePressure NOTE : If the battery is put into service after the date shown on top of battery , charge the battery as any circumstances is 30 psi . Equal tire _ , WARNING : Maximum tire pressure under instructed on page 20 of this manual prior to operating pressure should be maintained at all times . the tractor . The tires on your unit may be over - inflated for shipping purposes . Reduce the tire pressure before operating Shipping BraceRemoval the tractor . Recommended operating tire pressure is approximately 10 p . s . i for the rear tires & 14 p . s . i , for the front tires . Check sidewall of tire for maximum p . s . i . engine is off , remove the ignition key , and set A WARNING : Make sure the riding mower'she the parking brake before removing t shipping brace .
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mulching , simply remove the mulch plug by GasandOilFill - up unthreading the plastic wing nut which fastens it to the The gasoline tank is located under the hood and has a cutting deck . This will allow the clippings to discharge capacity of either two or three gallons . Do not overfill . out of the discharge opening during operation . See Figure 3 . handling gasoline . Gasoline is extremely WARNING : Use extreme care whene . flammable and the vapors are explosiv Never fuel machine indoors or while the engine is hot or running . Extinguish cigarettes , cigars , pipes , and other sources of ignition . Service the engine with gasoline and oil as instructed in the separate Briggs & Stratton Operator / Owner Manual packed with your tractor . Read instructions carefully . IMPORTANT : Your tractor is shipped with motor oil in the engine . However , you MUST check the oil level before @ operating . Be careful not to overfill . Identifyingthe MulchPlug On tractor models LTX - 1842 , a mulch plug can be Plastic Wing Nut Mulch Plug found within the cutting deck's discharge opening . Figure 3 NOTE : Referto Mulchingon page 15 for more detailed NOTE : On tractor models LTX - 2146 , the mulch kit is information . packed separately within the tractor's crate . If you'd prefer to operate the cutting deck without
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SECTION4 : KNOWYOURLAWNTRACTOR F G H A \ C K L D M NOTE : S _ eering Wheel not shown for clarity . Figure 4 H Cruise Control Button A PTO ( Power Take - off ) Lever B Choke Control I Ignition Switch J Brake Pedal C Parking Brake Button D Shift Lever K Drive Pedal E Cup Holder L Cargo Net ( notshown ) M Deck Lift Lever F Systems Indicator Monitod Hour Meter G Throttle ControlLever 10
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ThrottleControlLever DrivePedal The throttle control lever is located on the right side of The drive pedal is located below . , / _ . , _ the tractor's dash panel . This lever controls the speed the brake pedal on the right front of the engine and , on model LTX - 1842 , when pushed side of the tractor along the all the way forward , the choke control also . When set in running board . Depress the drive a given position , the throttle will maintain a uniform pedal with your right foot when engine speed . See Figure 1 . the tractor shift lever is in either ( _ ) F ( FORWARD ) or R ( REVERSE ) to cause the tractor to move . Choke Fast Ground speed is also controlled Positio _ Position with the drive pedal . The further Fast down the pedal is depressed , the faster the tractor will Position travel . The pedal will return to its original position when it's not depressed . IMPORTANT : Always set the parking brake when leaving the tractor unattended . IgnitionSwitch WARNING : Never leave a running Slow Slow Position Position machine unattended . Always disengage PTO , move shift lever into neutral position , set parking brake , stop engine and remove key to Figure 1 prevent unintended starting . IMPORTANT : When operating the tractor with the cutting To start the engine , insert the key into the ignition deck engaged , be certain that the throttle lever is switch and turn clockwise to the START position . always in the FAST ( rabbit ) position . Release the key into the ON position once engine has fired . See Figure 5 . ChokeControl On model LTX - 1842 , moving the OnlLights throttle lever all the way forward activates the engine's choke Off control . On model LTX - 2146 , the I ' , 1 choke control can be found on the left side of the dash panel and is activated by pulling the knob outward . Activating the choke control closes the choke plate on the carburetor and aids in starting the engine . Refer to StartingTheEngineon page 13 of this manual for detailed starting instructions . Start BrakePedal The brake pedal is located on the Figure 5 right front side of the tractor above the drive pedal along the Refer to StartingTheEngineon page 13 of this manual for running board . The brake pedal detailed starting instructions can be used for sudden stops or The ignition switch is also used to operate the tractor's setting the parking brake . headlights . Refer to OperatingTheHeadlightosn page 16 of this manual for detailed instructions . NOTE : The brake pedal must be fully depressed to activate the safety interlock switch when starting the tractor . 11
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PTO ( PowerTake - ofOLever SystemsIndicatorMonitor / HourMeter Your tractor is equipped with four indicator lights and an hour meter located on the left side of the dash panel . See Figure 2 . Battery \ The PTO lever is located on the left side of the dashboard next to the steering wheel . Move the PTO lever forward to engage the power to the cutting deck or Hour Meter other ( separately available ) attachments ; move the PTO lever rearward to disengage the power to the attachments . NOTE : The PTO lever must be in the disengaged ( OFF ) position when starting the engine , when traveling in reverse and if the operator leaves the seat . _ Brake ParkingBrakeButton Figure 2 To set the parking brake , fully If the Brake light or PTO light illuminates when depress the brake pedal and attempting to start the unit , proceed as follows : push the parking brake button in . Brake - - Engage the parking brake . Hold the button in while taking your foot off the brake pedal . PTO - - Move the PTO lever into the disengaged Both the parking button and the ( OFF ) position . brake pedal will then stay It is normal for the Oil light and the Battery light to depressed . To release the illuminate while the engine is cranking , but if either parking brake , depress the brake illuminates while the engine is running , proceed as pedal slightly . The parking brake follows : button wilt then return to its original position . Oil - - Stop the tractor immediately and check the crankcase oil level as instructed in the NOTE : The parking brake must be set if the operator Briggs & Stratton Operator / Owner Manual leaves the seat with the engine running or the engine included with your unit . Add oil as required . will automatically shut of _ Battery - - If this light itluminate's while the engine is IMPORTANT : Always set the parking brake when running , it indicates that the battery is in leaving the tractor unattended . need of a charge OR that the engine's charging system is not generating CruiseControlButton sufficient amperage . Refer to Batteryon The cruise control button is page 20 of this manual for the proper battery charging procedure or have the engine's charging system checked by an to the left of the ignition switch . located on the tractor dash panel ; i ; authorized service dealer . Push the cruise control button while traveling forward at a The hour meter operates whenever the engine is desired speed . While holding the | _ | running and records the actual hours of tractor button in , release pressure from operation . the drive pedal . This will engage the cruise control and allow the DeckLift Lever tractor to remain at that speed Found on your tractor's right fender , the deck lift lever is without applying pressure to the drive pedal . used to change the height of the cutting deck . To use , Depress the brake pedal or the drive pedal to move the lever to the left , then place in the notch best deactivate cruise control . Refer to Settingthe Cruise suited for your application . Controlon page 14 this manual for detailed instructions regarding the cruise control feature . 12
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NOTE : Cruise control can NOT be engaged at the ShiftLever tractor's fastest ground speed . If the operator should The shift lever is located on the left side of the fender attempt to do so , the tractor will automatically and has three positions , F ( FORWARD ) , N ( NEUTRAL ) decelerate to the fastest optimal mowing ground speed . and R ( REVERSE ) . The brake pedal must be depressed and the tractor must not be in motion when CargoNet the moving the shift lever . Conveniently located on the tractor's dash panel , the IMPORTANT : Never force the shift lever . Doing so may cargo net can be used to store personal items while result in serious damage to the tractor's transmission . operating the lawn tractor . SECTION5 : OPERATINGYOURLAWNTRACTOR WARNING : Read , understand , and follow WARNING : Do not operate the tractor if the all instructions and warnings on the machine interlock system is malfunctioning . This 4Jl = and in this manual before operating . system was designed for your safety and protection . WARNING SettingtheCuttingHeight AVOIDSERIOUSINJURYORDEATH Select the height position of the cutting deck by placing • GO UP AND DOWN SLOPES , NOT ACROSS . the deck lift lever in any of the six different cutting height • AVOID SUDDEN TURNS . notches on the right side of the fender . Then adjust the • DO NOT OPERATE THE UNIT WHERE tT COULD SLIP OR TiP . deck wheels so that they are between 1 / 4 - inchand ½ - • IF MACHINE STOPS GOING UPHILL , STOP BLADE ( S ) AND BACK DOWNHILL SLOWLY . inch above the ground when the tractor is on a smooth , • DO NOT MOWWHEN CHILDREN OR OTHERS ARE AROUND . flat surface such as a driveway . • NEVER CARRY CHILDREN , EVEN WITH BLADES OFE • LOOK DOWN AND BEHIND BEFORE AND WHILE BACKING . • KEEP SAFETY DEVICES ( GUARDS , SHIELDS , AND SWITCHES ) IN PLACE AND WORKING from the discharge opening of the cutting • REMOVE OBJECTS THAT COULD BE THROWN BY THE BLADE ( S ) . , _ WARNING : Keep hands and feet away • KNOW LOCATION AND FUNCTION OF ALL CONTROLS . deck . • BE SURE BLADE ( S ) AND ENGINE ARE STOPPED BEFORE PLAC - ING HANDS OR FEET NEAR BLADE ( S ) . NOTE : The deck wheels are an anti - scalp feature of • BEFORE LEAVING OPERATOR'S POSITION , DISENGAGE BLADE ( S ) , PLACE THE SHIFT LEVER IN NEUTRAL , ENGAGE the deck and are not designed to support the weight of BRAKE LOCK , SHUT ENGINE OFF AND REMOVE KEY . the cutting deck . READOPERATORM'SANUAL Refer to LevelingtheDeckon page 17 of this manual for more detailed instructionsregarding various deck adjustments . SafetyInterlockSwitches This tractor is equipped with a safety interlock system Startingthe Engine for the protection of the operator . If the interlock system should ever malfunction , do not operate the tractor . Contact an authorized service dealer . The safety interlock system is malfunctioning . This interlock system prevents the engine from cranking or WARNING : Do not operate the tractor if nthed system was designed for your safety a starting unless the parking brake is engaged , and the protection . PTO lever is in the disengaged ( OFF ) position . The engine will automatically shut off ifthe operator NOTE : Refer to the TRACTORSET - UPon page 8 of this leaves the seat before engaging the parking brake . manual far Gasoline and Oil fill - up instructions . The engine will automatically shut off if the operator Insert the tractor key into the ignition switch . leaves the tractor's seat with the PTO lever in the Place the PTO lever in the disengaged ( OFF ) engaged ( ON ) position , regardless of whether the position . parking brake is engaged . Engage the tractor's parking brake . The engine wilt automatically shut off if the PTO Activate the choke control . lever is moved into the engaged ( ON ) position with Turn the ignition key clockwise to the START the shift lever in position for reverse travel . position . After the engine starts , release the key . It will return to the ON position . 13
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IMPORTANDTo : NOTholdthekeyintheSTART Engagingthe ParkingBrake positionforlongerthantensecondsatatime . Doingso To engage the parking brake : maycausedamagetoyourengine'selectricstarter . Fully depress the brake pedal and hold it down with Aftertheenginestartsd , . eactivattehechokecontrol your foot while gently pushing the parking brake andplacethethrottlecontroilntheFASTposition button inward . NOTE : Do NOT leave the choke control on while Hold the parking brake button inwhile removing your foot from the brake pedal . operating the tractor . Doing so will result in a " rich " fuel Once engaged , the parking brake button and the mixture and cause the engine to run poorly . brake pedal will lock in the " down " position . To disengage the parking brake : StoppingtheEngine Slightly depress the brake pedal . NOTE : The parking brake must be engaged if the stop the engine , disconnect the spark plug , _ WARNING : If you strike a foreign object , operator leaves the seat with the engine running or the wire ( s ) and ground against the engine . engine will automatically shut off . Thoroughly inspect the machine for any damage . Repair the damage before restarting DrivingOnSlopes and operating Refer to the SLOPEGAUGEon page 7 to help determine If the blades are engaged , place the PTO lever in slopes where you may operate the tractor safely . the disengaged ( OFF ) position . WARNING : Do not mow on inclines with a Turn the ignition key counterclockwise to the OFF position . slope in excess of 15 degrees ( a rise of Remove the key from the ignition switch to prevent approximately 2 - 1 / 2 feet every 10 feet ) . The unintended starting . tractor could overturn and cause serious injury . DrivingTheTractor Mow up and down slopes , NEVER across . Exercise extreme caution when changing direction on slopes . cessive speed and sudden stops . WARNING : Avoid sudden starts , ex - Watch for holes , ruts , bumps , rocks , or other hidden objects . Uneven terrain could overturn the WARNING : Do not leave the seat of the machine . Tall grass can hide obstacles . tractor without first placing the PTO lever in Avoid turns when driving on a slope . If a tam must the disengaged ( OFF ) position , depressing be made , tam down the slope . Turning up a slope the brake pedal and engaging the parking greatly increases the chance of a roll over . brake . If leaving the tractor unattended , also Avoid stopping when driving up a slope . If it is turn the ignition key off and remove the key . necessary to stop while driving up a slope , start up Depress the brake pedal to release the parking smoothly and carefully to reduce the possibility of brake and let the pedal up . flipping the tractor over backward . Move the throttle lever into the FAST ( rabbit ) position . SettingTheCruiseControl IMPORTANT : Do NOT use the shift lever to change the Place the shift lever in the FORWARD position , direction of travet when the tractor is in motion . Always then slowly depress the drive pedal until the desired use the brake pedal to bring the tractor to a complete speed is achieved . stop before shifting . Lightly depress the cruise control button . While continuing to hold the cruise button in , lift To move forward , place the shift lever inthe your foot from the drive pedal ( you should feel the FORWARD position , then slowly depress the drive cruise latch engage ) . pedal until the desired speed is achieved . Once engaged , the cruise control button and the To move in reverse , place the shift lever in the drive pedal will lock in the " down " position , and the REVERSE position , check that the area behind is tractor will maintain the same forward speed . clear then slowly depress the drive pedal . NOTE : Cruise control can not be engaged at the UsingtheDeckLiftLever tractor's fastest ground speed . If the operator should To raise the cutting deck , move the deck lift lever to the attempt to do so , the tractor will automatically left , then place it in the notch best suited for your decelerate to the fastest optimal mowing ground speed . application . 14
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Disengage the cruise control using one of the following WARNING : Plan your mowing pattern to methods : avoid discharge of materials toward roads , Depress the brake pedal to disengage the cruise sidewalks , bystanders and the like . Also , avoid discharging material against a wall or control and stop the tractor . obstruction which may cause discharged Lightly depress the drive pedal . material to ricochet back toward the operator . To change to the reverse direction when operating with cruise control , depress the brake pedal to disengage Do not mow at high ground speed , especially if a the cruise control and bring the tractor to a complete mulch kit or grass collector is installed . stop . Then place the shift lever in the REVERSE For best results it is recommended that the first two position and depress the drive pedal . laps be cut with the discharge thrown towards the center . After the first two laps , reverse the direction to throw the discharge to the outside for the Engagingthe PTO balance of cutting . This will give a better Engaging the PTO transfers power to the cutting deck appearance to the lawn . or other ( separately available ) attachments . To engage Do not cut the grass too short . Short grass invites the PTO , proceed as follows : weed growth and yellows quickly in dry weather . Move the throttle control lever to the FAST ( rabbit ) Mowing should always be done with the engine at position . full throttle . Grasp the PTO lever and pivot it all the way forward Under heavier conditions it may be necessary to go into the engaged ( ON ) position . back over the cut area a second time to get a clean Keep the throttle lever in the FAST ( rabbit ) position cut . for the most efficient use of the cutting deck or other Do NOT attempt to mow heavy brush and weeds ( separately available ) attachments and extremely tall grass . Your tractor is designed to mow lawns , NOT clear brush . IMPORTANT : The engine will automatically shut off if the Keep the blades sharp and replace the blades PTO is engaged with the shift lever in position for when worn . Refer to CuttingBladeson page 20 of this reverse travel . Refer to SafetyInterlockSwitcheson page 13 . manual for proper blade sharpening instructions . Mulching OperatingTheHeadlights Your tractor is equipped with a mulch kit which To turn the tractor's headlights on : incorporates special blades , already standard on your Start the engine following the instructions earlier in tractor , in a process of recirculating grass clippings this section . repeatedly beneath the cutting deck . The ultra - fine Turn the key one notch counterclockwise into the clippings are then forced back into the lawn where they On ! Lights position of the ignition switch . Refer to act as a natural fertilizer . Observe the following points Figure 5 . for the best results when mulching . To turn the tractor's headlights off : Never attempt to mulch if the lawn is damp . Wet Turn the key either into the On position ( to leave the grass tends to stick to the underside of the cutting engine running ) or the Off position ( to shut the deck preventing proper mulching of the clippings . engine off ) . Refer to Figure 5 . Do NOT attempt to mulch more than 1 / 3 the total NOTE : Never move the key into the Start position height of the grass or approximately 1 - 1 / 2 inches . Doing so will cause the clippings to clump up while the engine is running . Doing so may cause beneath the deck and not be mulched effectively . damage to your engine's electric starter . Maintain a slow ground speed to allow the grass clippings more time to effectively be mulched . Mowing Always position the throttle control lever in the FAST ( rabbit ) position and allow it to remain there WARNING : To help avoid blade contact or while mowing . Failing to keep the engine at full a thrown object injury , keep bystanders , throttle places strain on the tractor's engine and helpers , children and pets at least 75 feet does not allow the blades to properly mulch grass . from the machine while it is in operation . Stop machine if anyone enters the area . NOTE : It is not necessary to remove the discharge chute to operate the mower with the mulch kit installed . The following information will be helpful when using the Do NOT remove the discharge chute when mulching . cutting deck with your tractor . 15
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42 - inch Decks Carriag , To operate the cutting deck without mulching , simply remove the mulch plug by unthreading the plastic wing nut which fastens it to the cutting deck . This will allow the clippings to discharge out the side . See Figure 6 . 46 - inch Decks The mulch kit is packed separately within the tractor's crate . Observe the instructions included with the mulch kit for the best results when mulching . @ Mulch Plug Plastic Wing Nut Figure 6 SECTION6 : MAKINGADJUSTMENTS _ , WARNING : Never attempt to make any HexNut and adjustments while the engine is running . Lock _ Piv ° t Bar wire ( s ) and ground against the engine before , _ WARNING : Disconnect the spark plug performing any adjustments , repairs or _ _ maintenance . If the tractor turns tighter in one directionthan the other , SteeringAdjustment I or if the ball joints are being replaced due to damage or wear , the steering drag links may need to be adjusted . Adjust the drag links so that equal lengths are threaded _ _ \ Drdg Link into the ball joint on the left side and the ball joint on the right side : _ Jam Nut Loosen the jam nut found on the drag link at the Ball Joint rear of the ball joint . See Figure 7 . Figure 7 Remove the hex nut and lock washer on the top of ball joint . See Figure 7 . In front of the axle , measure the distance Thread the bait joint toward the jam nut to shorten horizontally from the inside of the left rim to the the drag link . Thread the ball joint away from the inside of the right rim . Note the distance . jam nut to lengthen the drag link . Behind the axle , measure the distance horizontally Replace hex nut and lock washer and retighten the from the inside of the left rim to the inside of the jam nut after proper adjustment is achieved . right rim . Note the distance . The measurement taken in front of the axle should NOTE : Threading the ball joints too far onto the drag be between 1 / 16 " and 5 / 16 " less than the links will cause the front tires to " toe - in " too far . Proper measurement taken behind the axle . Adjust if toe - in is between 1 / 16 " and 5 / 16 " . necessary . Front tire toe - in can be measured as follows : Place the steering wheel in position for straight ahead travel . 16
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Retighten the two jam nuts loosened earlier when LevelingtheDeck proper adjustment is achieved . NOTE : Check the tractor's tire pressure before Side to Side performing any deck leveling adjustments . Refer to Tireson page 20 for information regarding tire pressure . If the cutting deck appears to be mowing unevenly , a side to side adjustment can be performed . Adjust if FrontTo Rear necessary as follows : The front of the cutting deck is supported by a stabilizer With the tractor parked on a firm , level surface , bar that can adjusted to level the deck from front to rear . place the deck lift lever in the top notch ( highest The front of the deck should be between 1 ! 4 - inch and position ) and rotate both blades so that they are 3 / 8 - inch lower than the rear of the deck . Adjust if perpendicular with the tractor . necessary as follows : Measure the distance from the outside of the left With the tractor parked on a firm , level surface , blade tip to the ground and the distance from the place the deck lift lever inthe top notch ( highest outside of the right blade tip to the ground . Both position ) and rotate the blade nearest the discharge measurements taken should be equal . If they're chute so that it is parallel with the tractor . not , proceed to the next step . Measure the distance from the front of the blade tip Loosen , but do NOT remove , the hex cap screw on to the ground and the rear of the blade tip to the the left deck hanger bracket . See Figure 8B . ground . Balance the deck by using a wrench to turn the The first measurement taken should be between adjustment gear ( found immediately behind the hex 1 / 4 " and 3 / 8 " less than the second measurement . cap screw just loosened ) clockwise / up or Determine the approximate distance necessary for counterclockwise / down . proper adjustment and proceed , if necessary , to the The deck is properly balanced when both blade tip next step . measurements taken earlier are equal . Loosen the two jam nuts on the rear side of the Retighten the hex cap screw on the left deck deck stabilizer bracket . See Figure 8A . hanger bracket when proper adjustment is Locate the two lock nuts on the opposite side of the achieved . stabilizer bracket . See Figure 8A . Tighten the lock nuts to raise the front of the deck ; loosen the lock nuts to lower the front of the deck . Lock Nuts Figure 8 17
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SeatAdjustment To adjust the position of the seat , loosen the two knobs on the bottom of the seat . See Figure 9 . Slide the seat Knobs forward or backward as desired . Retighten the two knobs . ParkingBrakeAdjustment WARNING : Never attempt to adjust the brakes while the engine is running . Always disengage PTO , move shift lever into neutral position , stop engine and remove key to prevent unintended starting . If the tractor does not come to a complete stop when the brake pedal is completely depressed , or if the tractor's rear wheels can roll with the parking brake applied , the brake is in need of adjustment . The brake Figure 9 disc can be found on the right side of the transmission Loosen , but do NOT remove , the hex nut found on in the rear of the tractor . Adjust if necessary as follows : the right side of the brake assembly . Looking at the transmission from the right side of Using a feeler gauge , set the gap between the the tractor , locate the compression spring and brake disc and the brake puck at . 011 " . brake disc . Re - tighten the hex nut loosened earlier . SECTION7 : MAINTAININGYOURLAWNTRACTOR maintenance or repairs , disengage PTO , Oil FillCap Protective Cap , _ WARNING : Before performing any I Oil Drain Hose move shift lever into neutral position , set parking brake , stop engine and remove key to prevent unintended starting . Engine Refer to the Briggs & Stratton Operator / Owner Manual for engine maintenance instructions . Check engine oil level before each use as instructed in the Briggs & Stratton Operator ! Owner Manual packed with your unit . Follow the instructions carefully . Oil Fill Tube Changing Engine0il Oil Drain Valve NOTE : Depending on the engine mode / found on your Drain Port tractor , it may be necessary to remove the tractor's side panel in order to replace the off filter ( if so equipped ) . Figure 10 Unscrew oil fill cap and remove dipstick from the oil Push the oil drain valve in slightly , then rotate fill tube . See Figure 10 . counterclockwise and pull outward to begin Pop open the protective cap on the end of the oil draining oil . See Figure 10 . drain valve to expose the drain port . See Figure 10 . Service the oil filter ( if so equipped ) as instructed Push the oil drain hose ( packed with this manual ) in the separate Briggs & Stratton Operator / Owner onto the oil drain port . Route the opposite end of Manual packed with your unit . the hose into an appropriate oil collection container Perform the above steps in the opposite order after oil with a capacity of no less than 64 oz . has finished draining . Refill the engine with new motor oil . 18
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IMPORTANRTe : fertotheBriggs & Stratton Operator / DeckWashSystemTM Owner Manual packed with your unit for information Your tractor's deck is equipped with a water port on its regarding the quantity and proper weight of motor oil . surface as part of its deck wash system . Use the Deck Wash System TM to rinse grass clippings Air Cleaner from the deck's underside and prevent the buildup of Service the pre - cleaner , if so equipped , and cartridge / corrosive chemicals . Complete the following steps air cleaner element as instructed in the Briggs & AFTER EACH MOWING : Stratton Operator / Owner Manual packed with your unit . 1 . Drive the tractor to a level , clear spot on your lawn , Spark Plug ( s ) near enough to a water sillcock ( spigot ) for your The spark plug ( s ) should be cleaned and the gap reset garden hose to reach . once a season . Spark plug replacement is IMPORTANT : Make certain the tractor's discharge chute recommended at the start of each mowing season . is directed AWAY from your house , garage , parked Refer to the Briggs & Stratton Operator ! Owner Manual cars , etc . for correct plug type and gap specifications . 2 . Disengage the PTO , move the shift lever into the Lubrication neutral position , set the parking brake , and stop the engine . WARNING : Before lubricating , repairing , or 3 . Thread the hose coupler ( packaged with you inspecting , always disengage PTO , move tractor's Operator's Manual ) onto the end of your shift lever into neutral position , set parking garden hose . brake , stop engine and remove key to prevent 4 . Attach the hose coupler to the water port on your unintended starting . decks surface . See Figure 3 . Engine Lubricate the engine with motor oil as instructed in the Briggs & Stratton Operator / Owner Manual packed with your unit . Pivot Points & Linkage Lubricate all the pivot points on the drive system , parking brake and lift linkage at least once a season with light oil . RearWheels The rear wheels should be removed from the axles once a season . Lubricate the axles and the rims well Hose Coupler with an all - purpose grease before re - installing them . ( Shown without Hose Attached ) Front Axles Water Port Each end of the tractor's front pivot bar is equipped with a grease fitting . Lubricate with a grease gun after every Figure 3 25 hours of tractor operation . 5 . Turn the water on . 6 . While sitting in the operator's position on the Cleaningthe EngineAndDeck tractor , re - start the engine and place the throttle Any fuel or oil spilled on the machine should be wiped lever in the FAST ( rabbit ) position . off promptly . Do NOT allow grass , leaves , and dirt to 7 . Engage the tractor's PTO . accumulate around the cooling fins of the engine or on 8 . Remain in the operator's position with the cutting any other part of the machine , especially the pulleys deck engaged for a minimum of two minutes , and other moving parts . allowing the underside of the cutting deck to throughly rinse . IMPORTANT : The use of a pressure washer to clean 9 . Disengage the tractor's PTO . your tractor is NOT recommended . Direct water 10 . Turn the ignition key to the STOP position to turn pressure on electrical components and the engine the tractor's engine off . could result ina shortened life of the tractor and may 11 . Turn the water off and detach the hose coupler reduce riding mower serviceability . from the water port on your decks surface . 12 . On model LTX - 2146 , repeat step 4 - step 11 on the opposite side of the cutting deck . 19
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SECTION8 : SERVICE Battery CuttingDeckRemoval The battery is sealed and is maintenance - free . Acid To remove the cutting deck , proceed as follows : levels cannot be checked . Place the PTO lever in the disengaged ( OFF ) positionand engage the parking brake . Always keep the battery cables and terminals clean Lower the deck by moving the deck lift lever into the and free of corrosive build - up . bottom notch on the right fender . After cleaning the battery and terminals , apply a On model LTX - 1842 , remove the PTO belt from light coat of petroleum jelly or grease to both around the cutting deck's center pulley . Refer to terminals . Figure 14 . On model LTX - 2146 , remove the PTO Always keep the rubber boot positioned over the belt from around the tractor's engine pulley and positive terminal to prevent shorting . idler pulley ( s ) . Refer to Figure 15 . IMPORTANT : If removing the battery for any reason , Looking at the cutting deck from the left side of the disconnect the NEGATIVE ( Black ) wire from it's tractor , locate the deck support pin on the rear left terminal first , followed by the POSITIVE ( Red ) wire . side of the deck . When re - installing the battery , always connect the Pull the deck support pin outward to release the POSITIVE ( Red ) wire its terminal first , followed by the deck from the deck lift arm . See Figure 11 . NEGATIVE ( Black ) wire . Be certain that the wires are Rotate the pin slightly toward the rear of the tractor connected to the correct terminals ; reversing them and release the pin into the hole provided . could change the poladty and cause damage to your Repeat the above steps on the tractor's right side . engine's alternating system . Move the deck lift lever into the top notch to raise the deck lift arms up and out of the way . Charging Gently slide the cutting deck toward the front of the If the unit has not been put into use for an extended tractor allowing the hooks on the deck to release period of time , charge the battery with an automotive - themselves from the deck stabilizer rod . type 12 - volt charger for a minimum of one hour at six Gently slide the cutting deck ( from the dght side ) amps . out from underneath the tractor . gas while charging . Charge battery in a well WARNING : Battedes give off an explosiveen CuttingBlades ventilated area and keep away from an op flame or pilot light as on a water heater , space WARNING : Be sure to shut the engine off , heater , furnace , clothes dryer or other gas remove ignition key , disconnect the spark appliances . plug wire ( s ) and ground against the engine to prevent unintended starting before removing Fuses the cutting blade ( s ) for sharpening or replacement . Protect your hands by using Two fuses are installed in your tractor's widng harness heavy gloves or a rag to grasp the cutting to protect the tractor's electrical system from damage blade . caused by excessive amperage . If the electrical system does not function , or your WARNING : Pedodically inspect the blade tractor's engine will not crank , first check to be certain adapter and / or spindle for cracks or damage , that the fuse has not blown . especially if you stdke a foreign object . One can be found under the hood mounted behind the Replace immediately if damaged . top of the dash panel on the support bar . The blades may be removed as follows . The other can be found under the seat mounted to the Remove the deck from beneath the tractor , ( refer to inside of the tractor frame next to the battery tray . Pull CuttingDeckRemovaoln page 24 ) then gently flip the the fuse out and inspect it to determine if it is good or deck over to expose its underside . blown . Place a block of wood between the center deck housing baffle and the cutting blade to act as a same amperage capacity for replacement . stabilizer . See Figure 13 . _ i _ WARNING : Always use a fuse with the Use a 15 / 16 " wrench to remove the hex flange nut that secures the blade to the spindle assembly . See Figure 13 . 2O
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To properly sharpen the cutting blades , remove equal amounts of metal from both ends of the blades along the cutting edges , parallel to the trailing edge , at a 25 ° to 30 ° angle . See Figure 12 . IMPORTANT : If the cutting edge of the blade has already been sharpened to within 5 / 8 " of the wind wing radius , or if any metal separation is present , replace the blades with new ones . See Figure 12 . It is important that each cutting blade edge be ground equally to maintain proper blade balance . A poorly balanced blade will cause excessive vibration and may cause damage to the tractor and result in personal injury . The blade can be tested by balancing it on a round shaft screwdriver . Grind metal from the heavy side until it balances evenly . When replacing the blade , be sure to install the blade Figure 11 with the side of the blade marked " Bottom " ( or with a Blade Separation part number stamped in it ) facing the ground when the mower is in the operating position . IMPORTANT : Use a torque wrench to tighten the blade spindle hex flange nut to between 70 foot - pounds and 90 foot - pounds . Worn Blade Edge ChangingtheDeckBelt & PT0 Belt Wind Wing WARNING : Be sure to shut the engine off , remove ignition key , disconnect the spark plug wire ( s ) and ground against the engine to prevent unintended starting before removing 5 / 8 " the belt ( s ) . All belts on your tractor are subject to wear and should be replaced if any signs of wear are present . Sharpen Edge Evenly IMPORTANT : The V - belts found on your tractor are Figure 12 specially designed to engage and disengage safely . A substitute ( non - OEM ) V - belt can be dangerous by not Hex Flange Nut disengaging completely . For a proper working machine , use factory approved belts . To change or replace the deck belt and PTO belt on your tractor , proceed as follows : Lower the deck by moving the deck lift lever into the bottom notch on the right fender . Remove the belt guards by removing the self - tapping screws that fasten them to the deck . Grasp the rearmost portion of the PTO idler bracket and pivot it toward the discharge chute to relieve tension on the PTO belt . Remove the PTO bett from around the engine pulley ( and from around the PTO idler pulley ( s ) . Grasp the deck idler pulley and pivot it toward the left to relieve tension on the deck belt . Spindle Assembly Remove the deck belt from around all pulleys , Figure 13 including the deck idler pulley . 21
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Route the new belts ( deck belt first ) as shown in Remount the belt guards removed earlier . Figure 14 or Figure 15 . Engine Pulley PTO Idler Bracket LTX - 1842 ( mounted on tractor ) _ Deck Belt ( Bottom ) Left Hand Pulley PTO Belt ( Top ) Right Hand Pulley ( beneath belt guard ) Deck Idler Pulley Center Pulley Self - Tapping Screws NOTE : Left hand belt cover not shown for clarity . Figure 14 Engine Pulley LTX - 2146 PTO Idler Bracket I _ Deck Belt ( Bottom ) ( mounted on tractor ) PTO Belt ( Top ) Right Hand Pulley beneath belt guard ) Left Hand Double Pulley Center Pulley NOTE : Left hand belt cover not shown for clarity . Figure 15 IMPORTANT : The V - belts found on your tractor are ChangingtheTransmissionDriveBelt specially designed to engage and disengage safely . A substitute ( non - OEM ) V - belt can be dangerous by not WARNING : Be sure to shut the engine off , disengaging completely . For a proper working machine , remove ignition key , disconnect the spark use factory approved belts . plug wire ( s ) and ground against the engine to prevent unintended starting before removing To change or replace the drive belt on your tractor the belt ( s ) proceed as follows : Remove the cutting deck as instructed eadier in this All belts on your tractor are subject to wear and should section . be replaced if any signs of wear are present . 22
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Battery Tray Shift Lever _ Drive belt ( Lower ) Variable * speed Opening Rear Idler Pulley _ Drive belt ( Upper ) Keeper Pins " ii o _ II c _ eI1 ' 1 III till II01 _ 111 III ° lltl o j _ = j Engine Pulley Single * speed Transmission Pulley Transmission Front of Tractor NOTE : View shown from above tractor . Figure 16 Lower Drive Belt After disconnecting the battery cables , remove the battery and battery tray from beneath the seat . NOTE : Proper removal of the lower drive belt requires IMPORTANT : When removing the battery , disconnect the removal of several tractor components . Read the NEGATIVE ( Black ) wire from it's terminal first , through the following procedure prior to attempting it to followed by the POSITIVE ( Red ) wire . Re - install in determine if you feel you could successfully complete it . reverse order . If you don't , see an authorized service dealer to have the belt changed . UpperDrive Belt Locate the transmission idler pulley on the upper IMPORTANT : Note the routing of the lower drive belt drive belt by looking through the battery tray around atl the pulleys and the belt keepers BEFORE opening . See Figure 16 . performing the following steps . Grasp the bracket and pivot the transmission idler Locate the variable - speed pulley through the pulley toward the rear of the tractor to release battery tray opening . See Figure 16 . tension on the upper drive belt . Remove the variable - speed pulley by loosening the Remove the belt from around the transmission idler hex bolt that secures it to the transmission . Use a pulley . second wrench to hold the hex nut on the bottom Remove the upper drive belt from around the side of the pulley . transmission pulley and the variable - speed pulley . Slide the lower drive belt off of the variable - speed pulley as you lift the pulley up and out through the NOTE : Slowly rotate the pulley counterclockwise to roll the belt off of it . battery tray opening . Remove the rear idler pulley from the double - idler Remove the upper drive belt by pulling it up through bracket while unrouting the belt from around both the battery tray opening . the rear and the front idler pulley . Refer to Figure Reroute the new upper drive belt as shown in 16 . Figure 16 . 23
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Removethehexboltfromthecenteroftheengine Remove both hairpin clips from the pin which is pulleyandgentlyloweritoffoftheengine fastened to the speed control assembly ( be careful crankshafBt . ecarefunl ottoloseanywashersor not to lose the small flat washers found on the pin ) . spacerswhichmaybefoundontopoftheengine See Figure 18 . pulley . Remove the drive pedal return spring . IMPORTANWTh : enremountintgheenginepulley ( or Idler Adj . Rod I 1 electricPTOclutch ) t , orquethecenterhexboltto Place Wrenches Here between38foot - poundasnd50foot - pounds . Removethedrivebeltbyfeedingitfrombothends towardthefrontidlerpulleyonthedouble - idler bracketS . eeFigure16 . Reassemblbeyfollowingtheabovestepsin reverseorder . Routethereplacemenbteltaroundthepulleysb , eelt keepersandkeeperpinsEXACTLYastheoldon wasroutedR . efertoFigure16 . Thedrivepedalisproperlyadjusted when the hole found in the double - idler bracket has approximately 1 - 3 / 8 " of travel with ten pounds of pressure applied to Drive Pedal Speed Control the drive pedal . See Figure 17 . Return Spring Assembly Double * idler Figure 18 Bracket Using two 9 / 16 " wrenches , remove the pin from the speed control assembly . See Figure 18 . Hole Thread the idler adjustment rod inward or outward to Idler Adjuster Rod lengthen or shorten the travel of the double - idler \ bracket until proper adjustment is achieved . Reassemble by following the above steps in reverse order . Tires Front of Tractor inflation pressure shown on the sidewall of the , _ WARNING : Never exceed the maximum NOTE : View shown from above tractor . tire . The recommended operating tire pressure is Figure 17 approximately 10 psi for the rear tires and Adjust the drive pedal after replacing the drive belts on approximately 14 psi for the front tires . Refer to the tire sidewall for exact tire manufacturer's recommended or your tractor , if necessary , as follows : maximum psi . Do not overinflate . Uneven tire pressure Locate the speed control assembly on the could cause the cutting deck to mow unevenly . underside of the steering support bracket . See Figure 18 . 24
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SECTION9 : OFF - SEASONSTORAGE Clean and lubricate the tractor as instructed in Section7 : Follow the instructions in the Service , Storage & MAINTAININGYOURLAWNTRACTORon page 18 of this Specifications section of the Briggs & Stratton manual before storing for an extended period . Operator / Owner Manual for proper engine care prior to storing your tractor . WARNING : Drain fuel only into an WARNING : Never store the machine or approved container outdoors , away from an open flame . Allow engine to cool . Extinguish fuel container indoors where there is an open cigarettes , cigars , pipes , and other sources of flame , spark or pilot light such as on water ignition pdor to draining fuel . heater , furnace , clothes dryer or other gas appliance . SECTION10 : ATTACHMENTS & ACCESSORIES The following attachments and accessories are compatible for Lawn Tractor Models LTX - 1842 & LTX - 2146 . See the retailer from which you purchased your tractor , an authodzed service dealer or phone 1 - 866 - 840 - 6483 for information regarding price and availability . NOTE : Lawn tractor models L TX - 184 2 & LTX - 2146 are NO T designed for use with any type of ground - engaging attachments ( e . g . tiller or plow ) . Use of this type of equipment WILL void the tractor's warranty . MODEL DESCRIPTION OEM - 190 - 116 Mulch Kit ( LTX - 1842 ) OEM - 190 - 118 Mulch Kit ( LTX - 2146 ) OEM - 190 - 180 FastAttach TM Twin Bagger Grass Collector ( LTX - 1842 ) OEM - 190 - 182 FastAttach TM Twin Bagger Grass Collector ( LTX - 2146 ) OEM - 190 - 603 FastAttach TM Grille Guard ( mounts on front of tractor ) OEM - 190 - 604 FastAttach TM Yard - Mate TM Storage Container / Toolbox ( mounts on rear of tractor ) OEM - 190 - 607 FastAttach TM Deluxe Tractor Sunshade OEM - 190 - 822 FastAttach TM 46 - inch Front Dozer Blade OEM - 190 - 823 FastAttach TM 42 - inch Two - stage Snow Thrower 25
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SECTION11 : TROUBLESHOOTING Trouble Corrective Action Possible Cause ( s ) Engine fails to start PTO lever engaged . Place PTO lever in disengaged ( OFF ) position . Parking brake not engaged . Engage parking brake . Spark plug wire ( s ) disconnected . Connect wire ( s ) to spark plug . Throttle control lever not in correct Place throttle lever to FAST position . Pull out the CHOKE control . starting position . Choke not activated Fill tank with clean , fresh ( less than 30 days old ) gas . Fuel tank empty , or stale fuel . Clean fuel line or replace fuel filter , if so equipped . Blocked fuel line . Faulty spark plug . Clean , adjust gap or replace plug . Engine flooded . Crank engine with throttle in FAST position . Push CHOKE control in . Engine runs erratic Unit running with CHOKE applied . Spark plug wire loose . Connect and tighten spark plug wire . Blocked fuel line or stale fuel . Clean fuel line ; fill tank with clean , fresh ( less than 30 days old ) gasoline . Replace fuel filter , if so equipped . Vent in gas cap plugged . Clear vent or replace cap if damaged . Water or dirt in fuel system . Drain fuel tank . Refill with clean , fresh ( less than 30 days old ) gasoline . Dirty air cleaner . Replace air cleaner cartridge / element or clean pre - cleaner , if so equipped . Engine overheats Engine oil level low . Fill crankcase with proper capacity and weight of oil . Air flow restricted . Clean grass clippings and debris from around the engine's cooling fins and blower housing . Engine hesitates at high RPM Spark plug gap too close . Remove spark plug and reset the gap to . 030 " . Idles poorly Spark plug fouled , faulty or gap too Replace spark plug . Set plug gap to . 030 " . wide . Replace air cleaner cartridge / element or clean pre - Dirty air cleaner . cleaner , if so equipped . Excessive vibration Cutting blade loose or unbalanced . Tighten blade and spindle . Balance blade . Damaged or bent cutting blade . Replace blade . Mower will not mulch grass Engine speed too low . Place throttle in FAST ( rabbit ) position . Wet grass . Do not mow when grass is wet ; wait until later to cut . Excessively high grass . Mow once at a high cutting height , then mow again at desired height or make a narrower cutting swath . Dull blade . Sharpen or replace blade . Uneven cut Deck not balanced properly . Perform side - to - side deck adjustment . Dull blade . Sharpen or replace blade . Uneven tire pressure . Check tire pressure in all four tires . 26
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SECTION12 : PARTSLISTFORMODELSLTX - 1842 & LTX - 2146 NOTE : Engine accessory parts are applicable to all models except where otherwise noted . REE PART REF . PART NO . NO . DESCRIPTION NO . NO . DESCRIPTION 1 710 - 0227 Self - tapping Screw , # 8 - 18 x . 5 16 751 - 0650 RH Exhaust Pipe ( Model LTX - 2146 ) 2 710 - 0599 LH Exhaust Pipe ( Model LTX - 2146 ) Self4apping Screw , 1 / 4 - 20 x . 5 17 751 - 0651 3 710 - 0604A Oil Drain Valve Self - tapping Screw , 5 / 16 - 18 x . 625 18 751 - 3140 4 710 - 1237 Screw , # 10 - 32 x . 625 19 751 - 3141 Oil Drain Hose 5 710 - 1314A Socket Cap Screw , 5 / 16 - 18 x . 625 20 751 - 3142 Oil Drain Cap 6 710 - 1315 Muffler Heat Shield Self - tapping Screw , 3 / 8 - 16 x 1.25 21 783 - 0615B 7 712 - 3017 Hex Nut , 3 / 8 - 16 ( Model LTX - 2146 ) 22 783 - 0625C Engine Heat Shield ( Model LTX - 2146 ) 8 721 - 0460 Exhaust Gasket ( Model LTX - 2146 ) 23 722 - 0263 Foam ( over fuel line ) ( Model LTX - 2146 ) 9 726 - 0205 Hose Clamp 24 746 - 1086 Throttle Cable ( Model LTX - 2146 ) 10 736 - 0119 Lock Washer , 5 / 16 25 746 - 1084 Throttle Cable ( Model LTX - 1842 ) 11 736 - 0300 Flat Washer ( Model LTX - 2146 ) 26 751 - 0619 Exhaust Pipe ( Model LTX - 1842 ) 12 7518221535 Casing Clamp ( Model LTX - 2146 ) 27 7518213146 Casing Clamp ( Model LTX - 1842 ) 13 751 - 0535 Fuel Line Hose 28 751 - 0617 Muffler , Single Inlet ( Model LTX - 1842 ) 14 751 - 0564 Muffler Deflector 29 712 - 0271 Hex Sems Nut , 1 / 4 - 20 ( for starter cable ) 15 751 - 0616 Muffler . Twin Inlet ( Model LTX - 2146 ) 30 721 - 0208 Exhaust Gasket ( Model LTX - 1842 ) 27
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ModelsLTX - 1842 & LTX - 2146 17 15 21 29 31 24 > " - _ > ' - 13 28
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ModelsLTX - 1842 & LTX - 2146 REF . PART NO . NO . DESCRIPTION 1 783 - 1346 Grill Support Bracket ( 9 - style ) 2 710 - 0599 Self - tapping Screw , 1 / 4 - 20 x . 5 3 710 - 0528 Hex Cap Screw , 5 / 16 - 18 x 1.25 4 710 - 0924 Phillips Pan Screw , 1 / 4 - 20 x . 75 5 710 - 1017 Truss Phillips Screw . 1 / 4 - 20 x . 625 725 - 1741 6 Ignition Switch 7 735 - 04019 Side Panel Seal 8 710 - 0642 Self - tapping Screw , 1 / 4 - 20 x . 75 9 712 - 0292 U4ype Speed Nut , 1 / 4 - 20 10 736 - 0270 Bell Washer , . 265 x . 75 x . 062 11 725 - 04036 Systems Indicator Monitor 12 712 - 3004A Hex Nut , 5 / 16 - 18 13 731 - 2119A Grille ( 9 - style ) 14 731 - 0511 Trim Strip . 4 15 725 - 0157 Cable Tie , 3 / 16 x . 05 x 7.4 16 746 - 1085 Choke Knob / Cable ( Model LTX - 2146 ) 17 783 - 0783 Hood ( 9 - style ) 18 783 - 0784 RH Side Panel ( 9 - style ) 19 783 - 04200 LH Side Panel ( 9 - style ) 2O 731 - 2637 Headlight Lens ( 9 - style ) 21 747 - 2138 Hood Hinge Rod 22 625 - 0051 Headlight Assembly 23 710 - 0726 Self - tapping Screw . 5 / 16 - 12 x . 75 24 751 - 0603 Fuel Cap 25 751 - 3213 Fuel Tank , Three - gallon 26 725 - 1745 Ignition Key w / plastic cover 725 - 1744 Ignition Key w / o plastic cover 27 710 - 0895 Self - tapping Screw , 1 / 4 - 15 x . 75 28 710 - 3217 Truss Phillips Screw . # 8 - 32 x . 375 29 712 - 0142 Hex Nut , # 8 - 32 Throttle Control Knob 30 731 - 1857 31 631 - 04037 Dash Panel Assembly w / Cargo Net Cruise Control Button 32 731 - 04217 33 731 - 04215 Parking Brake Button 34 736 - 0142 Flat Washer , 9 / 32 x 1 / 2 x 1 / 16 35 747 - 1196 Brake / Cruise Pivot Rod 36 749 - 1087C Dash Support Tube 37 712 - 3010 Hex Nut , 5 / 16 - 18 38 710 - 1611B Self - tapping Screw . 5 / 16 - 18 x . 75 39 726 - 3046 Ratchet Clip 40 736 - 0119 Lock Washer , 5 / 16 41 726 - 0201 Speed Nut , . 3125 42 736 - 3078 Flat Washer , . 349 x 1.0 x . 063 43 710 - 1238 Screw . 5 / 16 - 18 x . 875 ( Grade 5 ) 44 747 - 04132 Fule Tank Support Rod 629 - 0469A Headlight Wire Harness ( Not Shown ) 629 - 04050 Tractor Wire Harness ( Not Shown ) 29
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ModelsLTX - 1842 & LTX - 2146 _ 35 , 14 / 37 31 49 11 . 33 28 46 4O 24 43 3O
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ModelsLTX - 1842 & LTX - 2146 REF . PART DESCRIPTION NO . NO . 1 747 - 1130B Deck Stabilizer Rod 2 683 - 0197B Lift Shaft Assembly 3 711 - 0332 Clevis Pin , . 5 x . 78 4 712 - 0206 Hex Nut . 1 / 2 - 13 5 712 - 0431 Flange Lock Nut , 3 / 8 - 16 6 712 - 3004A Flange Lock Nut , 5 / 16 - 18 7 712 - 3083 Hex Nut . 1 / 2 - 13 8 714 - 0104 Internal Cotter Pin 9 714 - 0145 Internal Cotter Pin 10 716 - 0106 E - ring 11 720 - 0311 Handle Grip 12 732 - 0874 Torsion Spring 13 732 - 1184 Extension Spring . . 84 x 4.6 14 736 - 0275 Flat Washer , 5 / 16 15 736 - 0921 Lock Washer . 1 / 2 16 736 - 3019 Flat Washer , . 531 x 1.062 x . 134 17 736 - 3084 Flat Washer , . 51 x 1.12 x . 06 18 738 - 0138A Hex Cap Screw . 5 / 16 - 18 x . 62 19 738 - 0143 Shoulder Screw , 3 / 8 - 16 2O 741 - 0225 Hex Flange Bearing 21 741 - 0715 Snap Flange Bearing 22 746 - 0968 Lift Cable , 16.16 ( LTX - 1842 ) 746 - 1144 Lift Cable , 15.62 ( LTX - 2146 ) 747 - 1111A Lift Handle 23 24 756 - 1154 Roller Pulley 25 783 - 0678A Arm Lift 26 783 - 0720A Deck Stabilizer Bracket 27 710 - 0260A Carriage Bolt , 5 / 16 x . 62 28 710 - 0604A Self - tapping Screw , 5 / 16 - 18 x . 625 29 736 - 0331 Bell Washer , . 390 x 1.13 x . 062 30 720 - 04009 Knob . 3 / 8 - 16 31 738 - 04012 Shoulder Screw 32 736 - 3078 Flat Washer , . 349 x 1.0 x . 063 33 783 - 1010 Lift Adjustment Bracket 34 783 - 0840A Fender 35 783 - 1489 Seat Mounting Bracket 36 738 - 0296 Shoulder Screw 37 726 - 0201 Speed Clip 38 783 - 0209A Seat Lift Bracket 39 757 - 04011 Medium Back Seat , Yellow 40 735 - 0672 RH Foot Pad . Rubber 41 735 - 0673 LH Foot Pad , Rubber 42 726 - 3046 Foot Pad Clips 43 714 - 0111 Cotter Pin 44 783 - 04081 Seat Pivot Bracket 45 736 - 0204 Flat Washer , . 344 x . 62 46 731 - 0511 Trim Strip 47 731 - 1990 Lift Lever Cover 48 731 - 2104B Shift Lever Cover w / Cup Holder 49 710 - 0895 Self - tapping Screw , 1 / 4 - 15 x . 75 31
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ModelsLTX - 1842 & LTX - 2146 40 24 - _ 21 14 " 1 30 10 39 " 25 32 32 37 . . . . ® 29 32
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ModelsLTX - 1842 & LTX - 2146 REF . PART NO . NO . DESCRIPTION 1 710 - 1260A Self - tapping Screw , 5 / 16 - 18 x . 75 2 710 - 0604A Self - tapping Screw , 16 - 18 x . 625 3 783 - 0726B RH Pivot Support Bracket 4 783 - 0727A LH Pivot Support Bracket 5 783 - 0728 Pivot Bar Bracket 6 710 - 0514 Hex Cap Screw , 3 / 8 - 16 x 1 ( Grade 5 ) 7 711 - 1408 RH Drag Link 8 711 - 1409A LH Drag Link 9 712 - 0240 Jam Nut , 7 / 16 - 20 ( Grade 2 ) 10 712 - 0241 Hex Nut , 3 / 8 - 24 ( Grade 2 ) 11 712 - 0431 Flange Lock Nut , 3 / 8 - 16 12 712 - 0459 Flange Lock Nut , 7 / 16 - 20 13 712 - 3004A Flange Lock Nut , 5 / 16 - 18 14 717 - 1550D Steering Gear , 11 / 90 Ratio 15 717 - 1554 Steering Pinion Gear 16 723 - 0448A Ball Joint , 7 / 16 - 20 17 736 - 0169 Lock Washer , 3 / 8 18 736 - 3084 Flat Washer , . 51 x 1.12 x . 06 19 738 - 1001A Steering Shaft , . 625 OD x 24.4 2O 741 - 0475 Plastic Bushing , . 38 ID 21 741 - 0656 Hex Flange Bearing , 5 / 8 22 738 - 0372B Shoulder Spacer . . 38 ID 23 631 - 04008 Steering Wheel , Soft Grip , Three Spoke 24 731 - 04066 Steering Wheel Cover 25 638 - 0019A LH Axle Assembly , . 625 Dia . ( Model LTX - 1842 ) 638 - 0021 LH Axle Assembly . 625 / . 750 Dia . ( Model LTX - 2146 ) 26 638 - 0020A RH Axle Assembly , . 625 Dia . ( Model LTX - 1842 ) 638 - 0022 RH Axle Assembly . 625 / . 750 Dia . ( Model LTX - 2146 ) 27 719 - 0399B Cast Iron Pivot Bar w / Fittings . . 625 Model LTX - 1842 ) 719 - 0525B Cast Iron Pivot Bar w / Fittings . . 75 Model LTX - 2146 ) 28 712 - 0431 Flange Lock Nut . 3 / 8 - 16 29 714 - 0162 Cotter Pin 3O 726 - 0214 Push Cap , . 625 ( Model LTX - 1842 ) 726 - 0341 Push Cap , . 750 ( Model LTX - 2146 ) 31 736 - 0242 Bell Washer , . 34 x . 872 32 736 - 0285 Flat Washer , . 635 x 1.589 x . 06 33 736 - 0331 Bell Washer , . 39 x 1.13 x . 062 34 738 - 1011 Shoulder Screw . . 5 x 2.2 , 3 / 8 - 16 35 710 - 0643 Hex Bolt , 5 / 16 - 18 X 1 36 634 - 0105A Wheel Assembly Complete . 15 x 6 x 6 634 - 0172 Rim Only 734 - 0255 Air Valve ( Not Shown ) 734 - 1731 Tire Only , Square Shoulder 741 - 0487A Flange Bearing ( Not Shown ) 741 - 0706 Flange Bearing w / Fitting ( Not Shown ) 37 734 - 2290A Hub Cap 38 783 - 0653F Steering Support Bracket 39 738 - 0143 Shoulder Screw , 3 / 8 - 16 4O 736 - 3004 Flat Washer , . 406 x . 875 x . 105 33
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ModelsLTX - 1842 & 22 " 13 IMPORTANT : For a proper working machine , use Factory Approved Parts . V - belts are designed to engage and disengage safely . A substitute ( non OEM ) V - belt can be dangerous by not disengaging completely . 23 73 21 " > J 51 , j j v 34
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ModelsLTX - 1842 & LTX - 2146 REF . PART REF . PART NO . NO . DESCRIPTION NO . NO . DESCRIPTION 1 783 - 1015 Shift Lever Support 46 754 - 0468 Upper Drive Belt 23 17840 Transaxle Mounting Bracket 47 756 - 0981A Flat Idler . 2.75 OD 618 - 0551ASingle - speed Transmission Assembly 48 783 - 1016B Speed Control Rod Bracket 4 Shifter Knob 49 783 - 0667B 631 - 0009A Transmission Torque Bracket 5 647 - 0045 Shift Lever 50 783 - 0669 Idler Bracket 6 656 - 0048 Flat Washer , . 350 x 1.59 x . 062 Variable - speed Pulley Assembly 51 736 - 0430 7 656 - 0051ATransmission Pulley , 8.5 x . 5 - 36 52 647 - 0031 Brake Control Assembly 8 683 - 0251 Double - idler Bracket 53 647 - 0032 Speed Control Assembly 9 710 - 01767 Hex Cap Screw , 5 / 16 - 18 x 2.75 54 683 - 0266 Drive Pedal Assembly 10 710 - 022 Cotter Pin , 1 / 8 x 1.25 Self4apping Screw , # 8 - 18 x . 5 55 714 - 0470 1112 710 - 0347 Ferrule , 1 / 4 - 20 Hex Cap Screw , 3 / 8 - 16 x 1.75 56 711 - 0736 736 - 0272 Flat Washer , . 51 x 1.0 x . 060 57 711 - 1363 Pin , 3 / 8 - 16 x 2.43 13 710 - 0604A Cotter Pin Self4appingScrew . 5 / 16 - 18x . 625 58 714 - 0104 14 710 - 06421 Self4apping Screw , 1 / 4 - 20 x . 75 59 732 - 0437 Compression Spring . . 34 OD x 1.0 1156 710 - 301 Hex Cap Screw , 3 / 8 - 16 x 2.25 60 732 - 0955 Extension Spring , . 50 OD x 1.41 711 - 0677 Ferrule , 5 / 16 - 18 61 735 - 0662 Drive Pedal Pad 17 712 - 0241 Brake Pedal Pad Hex Nut , 3 / 8 - 24 62 735 - 3049 18 712 - 0378 Hex Nut , 7 / 16 - 20 63 736 - 0142 Flat Washer , . 281 x . 5 x . 063 19 712 - 0431 Flat Washer , . 64 x 1.24 x . 06 Flange Lock Nut , 3 / 8 - 16 64 736 - 0187 2O 712 - 3017 Hex Nut , 3 / 8 - 16 65 736 - 0204 Flat Washer , . 344 x . 062 x . 03 21 712 - 3004A Shoulder Screw , . 437 x 1.62 Flange Lock Nut . 5 / 16 - 18 66 738 - 0155 2223 712 - 3008 Jam Nut , 3 / 8 - 16 67 738 - 0507B Shoulder Screw . . 5 x . 434 714 - 0111 Cotter Pin 68 741 - 0225 Hex Flange Bearing 2245 714 - 0209 Internal Cotter Pin 69 741 - 3065A Split Hex Flange Bearing 723 - 3018 Ball Joint 70 747 - 1137 Cruise Control Rod 26 725 - 1644 Brake Lock Control Rod Short Spring Switch 71 747 - 1138 27 726 - 0320 Insulator Nut Plate 72 748 - 0413 Cruise Latch 28 732 - 0384 Flat Washer , . 344 x . 688 x . 065 Extension Spring , . 62 Dia . x 6.12 73 736 - 0275 3290 732 - 05256 Compression Spring Clip 74 783 - 0653F Steering Support Bracket 732 - 071 Drive Lockout Bracket Extension Spring , . 59 OD x 4 75 783 - 0732 31 732 - 0963 Brake Pedal Extension Spring , . 50 Dia . x 6.37 76 783 - 0773 ( hooks to flange , 783 - 0650 , in frame ) 77 710 - 1260A Self4apping Screw . 5 / 16 - 18 x . 75 32 736 - 0105 Bell Washer , . 401 x . 87 x . 063 78 683 - 0304C Lower Frame Assembly 33 736 - 0140 Flat Washer , . 385 x . 62 x . 063 79 783 - 1031A Hitch Plate 34 736 - 0169 Lock Washer , 3 / 8 80 736 - 0242 Bell Washer , . 34 x . 872 35 736 - 3008 Flat Washer , . 344 x . 750 x . 120 81 710 - 0627 Hex Cap Screw , 5 / 16 - 24 x . 75 36 736 - 04070 Bell Washer , . 45 x 1.0 x . 602 82 634 - 0104 Wheel Assembly Complete 37 736 - 301 Flat Washer , . 407 x . 812 x . 135 20 x 8 x 8 Square Shoulder 38 738 - 0322 Shoulder Screw . . 625 x . 217 634 - 0070 Rim Assembly Only 747 - 211223ABelt 39 Brake Rod 734 - 0255 Air Valve ( Not Shown ) 40 747 - 11 Guard 734 - 1730 Tire Only . 20 x 8 x 8 , Square Shoulder 41 747 - 411277AShift Idler Adjustment Rod , 3 / 8 83 734 - 2290A Deluxe Hub Cap ( Ref . 51 Required ) 42 747 - 00 Rod 84 710 - 0809 Self - tapping Screw . 1 / 4 - 20 x 1.25 43 711 - 07362AShoulder Adjustment Ferrule . 1 / 4 - 20 x 1.0 85 750 - 0566A Spacer 44 738 - 03767 Spacer , . 38 ID 86 710 - 0650 Self4apping Screw , 5 / 16 - 18 x . 875 45 754 - 04 Lower Drive Belt 87 710 - 1611B Self - tapping Screw . 5 / 16 - 18 x . 75 35
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ModelsLTX - 1842 & LTX - 2146 20 " 29 22 . d 4 \ 2 _ " 3 13 J 17 f \ 12 : 1 : _ 14 11 / / [ / • 36
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ModelsLTX - 1842 & LTX - 2146 REE PART NO . NO . DESCRIPTION 1 716 - 0231 E - ring . . 75 2 721 - 0338 Seal , . 75 x 1.0 x . 125 3 711 - 1431 Drive Shaft 4 741 - 0340 Sleeve Bearing , . 75 x . 1.0 x 1.0 5 736 - 0495 Thrust Washer , 1.0 x . 632 x . 0 42 - tooth Bevel Gear 6 717 - 1362 7 717 - 1363 42 - tooth Bevel Gear 8 750 - 1234 Spacer , . 633 x 1.0 x . 513 9 718 - 0228 Clutch Collar 10 741 - 0335 Needle Bearing . . 625 x . 813 x . 495 11 719 - 0394 Lower Housing 12 736 - 0336 Flat Washer , 5 / 8 x 1.0 x . 030 736 - 0337 Flat Washer , 5 / 8 x 1.0 x . 040 736 - 0349 Flat Washer , 5 / 8 x 1.0 x . 020 13 736 - 0519 Flat Washer , . 70 x 1.125 x . 031 14 741 - 0336 Flange Bearing , 5 / 8 x 3 / 4 x 3 / 4 15 741 - 0337 Flange Bearing , 5 / 8 x 3 / 4 x 15 / 16 16 750 - 1238 Spacer , . 635 x 1.0 x . 27 17 611 - 0133 Detent Shaft Assembly 18 618 - 0424 Differential Assembly 19 661 - 0006 Brake Assembly 20 710 - 1325 Self - tapping Screw , 1 / 4 - 20 x 1.625 21 710 - 1206 Self - tapping Screw , 1 / 4 - 20 x 2.375 22 717 - 0678 Brake Pad 23 732 - 0863 Compression Spring 24 741 - 0862 Detent Ball 25 761 - 0202 Brake Disc 26 711 - 1430 Input Shaft 27 716 - 0108 Retaining Ring , . 437 28 717 - 1464 14 - tooth Bevel Pinion 29 719 - 0580 Upper Housing 30 736 - 0335 Thrust Washer , . 635 x 1.25 x . 042 l - Use applicable flat washer in this application allowing . 036 / . 018 in , end - play . : _ Use applicable flat washer in this application allowing . 010 / , 005 in . end - play . 37
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ModelsLTX - 1842 & 3 , 13 32 16 . 9 v 10 21 9 57 15 - - LTX - 1842 t Refer to D on page 40 . * Referto B on page 38 , 38
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ModelsLTX - 1842 & LTX - 2146 REF . PART REF . PART NO . NO . DESCRIPTION NO . NO . DESCRIPTION 1 647 - 0064 Shoulder Screw , . 625 x . 5 , 7 / 16 - 20 PTO Engage Lever Assembly 35 738 - 1020 2 683 - 0450 Bell Washer , . 45 x 1.0 x . 062 PTO Engage Plate Assembly 36 736 - 0407 3 710 - 0276 Carriage Screw , 5 / 16 - 18 x 1.00 37 712 - 0459 Flange Lock Nut , 7 / 16 - 20 4 710 - 0520 Hitch Plate Hex Cap Screw , 3 / 8 - 16 x 1.5 38 783 - 1031A 5 710 - 0831 Hex Cap Screw , 3 / 8 - 16 x 5.5 39 783 - 0349 Battery Tray 6 710 - 1238 Hex Head Washer Screw , 5 / 16 - 18 x . 875 40 725 - 1426 Solenoid , 12 - Volt , 100 Amp 7 712 - 0229 Push Nut , 3 / 8 41 710 - 0599 Self Tapping Screw , 1 / 4 - 20 x . 5 8 712 - 0431 Lock Washer , 1 / 4 Flange Lock Nut , 3 / 8 - 16 42 736 - 0222 9 712 - 3004A Flange Lock Nut , 5 / 16 - 18 43 683 - 0304C Lower Frame Assembly 10 712 - 3010 Hex Nut , 5 / 16 - 18 44 725 - 1706 12 - volt Battery , 270 CCA 11 714 - 0470 Cotter Pin , 1 / 8 x 1.25 45 710 - 0751 Hex Cap Screw . 1 / 4 - 20 x . 62 12 726 - 0201 Hex Sems Nut , 1 / 4 - 20 Speed Nut , . 3125 46 712 - 0271 13 731 - 2111A PTO Knob 47 712 - 3044 Wing Nut , 1 / 4 - 20 14 732 - 1170 Extension Spring . . 75 x6 . 75 48 732 - 1165 Extension Spring , . 50 x 5.0 Belt Guard 49 710 - 3180 15 732 - 0991A Hex Cap Screw , 5 / 16 - 18 x 1.75 16 736 - 0108 Flat Washer , . 510 x . 750 x . 033 50 750 - 0956 Spacer Cup 17 736 - 0119 Lock Washer . 5 / 16 51 710 - 3029 Hex Head Cap Screw , 7 / 16 - 20 x 1.25 18 736 - 0140 Flat Washer , . 385 x . 62 x . 063 52 736 - 0171 Lock Washer , 7 / 16 19 736 - 0275 Flat Washer , 5 / 16 53 736 - 0322 Fiat Washer , . 450 x 1.25 2O 736 - 0300 Flat Washer , . 406 x . 875 x . 059 54 756 - 0982B Engine Pulley , 3.56 OD x 5.56 21 736 - 0331 Bell Washer , . 39 x 1.13 x . 062 55 754 - 0497 PTO Belt ( Model LTX - 1842 ) 22 736 - 3010 Flat Washer , . 407 x . 812 x . 135 56 783 - 0653F Steering Support Bracket 23 738 - 0372B Shoulder Spacer , . 380 57 711 - 1044 Keeper Pin , 5 / 16 x 4.75 24 Belt Guard 741 - 0708 Hex Split Flange Bearing , . 5 58 732 - 1013 25 747 - 1112D Hex Cap Screw , 5 / 16 - 18 x . 625 PTO Engagement Handle 59 710 - 3025 26 747 - 1286A Belt Keeper Rod 60 732 - 0944 Extension Spring . . 75 x 6.75 27 748 - 0415B Spacer , 3 / 8 x 1.54 61 710 - 0347 Hex Cap Screw , 3 / 8 - 16 x 1.75 28 756 - 0627B Idler Pulley , 3.5 62 683 - 0302 PTO Engagement Plate Assembly 29 756 - 1208 Idler Pulley , 4.0 63 754 - 0486A PTO Belt ( Model LTX - 2146 ) 30 783 - 0744A Engagement Stop 64 712 - 0431 Flange Lock Nut , 3 / 8 - 16 31 783 - 0891B Deck Stop 65 747 - 1243 Belt Keeper Rod Switch 32 710 - 0604A Self Tapping Screw , 5 / 16 - 18 x . 625 66 725 - 1657A Switch Plate 33 732 - 04035 Compression Spring , 1.28 x 3.125 67 17962 34 723 - 0444 Screw . # 10 - 16 x . 5 Battery Strap 68 710 - 0224 39
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ModelLTX - 1842 1 47 11 * Refer to B on page 36 . 40
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ModelLTX - 1842 REF . PART NO . NO . DESCRIPTION 1 711 - 04069 Grass Catcher Pin . 1 / 4 - 20 2 618 - 0574 Spindle Assembly , 5.75 Dia . w / Fitting 756 - 0980 Pulley Only 3 683 - 04051 42 - inch Deck Shell 4 683 - 0254 Deck Adjustment Bracket w / Weld Nut 5 736 - 0140 Flat Washer , . 385 x . 62 x . 063 6 710 - 0520 Hex Cap Screw , 1 / 4 - 20 x 1.5 7 710 - 0528 Hex Cap Screw , 5 / 16 - 18 x 1.25 8 710 - 0726 Self - tapping Screw , 5 / 16 - 12 x . 75 9 710 - 0751 Hex Cap Screw , 1 / 4 - 20 x . 62 10 710 - 1238 Hex Head Washer Screw . 5 / 16 - 18 x . 875 11 710 - 0650 Self - tapping Screw , 5 / 16 - 18 x . 875 12 710 - 3151 Hex Cap Screw , 5 / 8 - 18 x . 875 13 712 - 0337 Hex Nut , 5 / 8 - 18 14 712 - 0417A Hex Flange Nut , 5 / 8 - 18 15 712 - 0431 Flange Lock Nut . 3 / 8 - 16 16 712 - 3004A Flange Lock Nut . 5 / 16 - 18 17 712 - 3006 Hex Nut , 1 / 4 - 20 18 712 - 3027 Hex Flange Lock Nut , 1 / 4 - 20 19 714 - 0470 Cotter Pin , 1 / 8 x 1.25 20 716 - 3020 Internal Snap Ring 21 717 - 1553B Deck Adjustment Gear 22 726 - 0233 Push Nut . . 25 x . 5 23 731 - 1032B Side Discharge Chute Assembly 24 731 - 2486 Belt Cover 25 732 - 0306 Compression Spring . . 406 x . 531 x 1.75 26 732 - 0470A Extension Spring . . 50 x 4.74 27 734 - 0973 Deck Wheel , 5x 1.38 28 710 - 0134 Carriage Screw , 1 / 4 - 20 x . 5 29 736 - 0119 Lock Washer , 5 / 16 30 736 - 0158 Lock Washer , 5 / 8 31 736 - 0162 Flat Washer , . 64 x 1.0 x . 12 32 736 - 0270 Bell Washer , . 265 x . 75 x . 062 33 738 - 0373 Shoulder Screw , . 498 x 1.53 34 741 - 0524 Bearing , . 625 x 1.574 x . 470 35 742 - 0616A Three - in - one Blade . Star Center . 21.23 " 36 747 - 1116 Deck Release Pin 37 748 - 0331 Shoulder Spacer , . 625 x . 324 38 750 - 0932A Spacer , . 635 x . 88 x 1.72 39 683 - 0440 Deck Brake Assembly 40 754 - 0498 Deck Belt 41 756 - 0627B Idler Pulley . 3.5 42 756 - 1202 Double Pulley , 5.0 43 710 - 1830 Self - tapping Screw , 1 / 4 - 20 x 4.0 44 746 - 0970 Brake Cable , 5.05 45 783 - 1291 Idler Bracket 46 711 - 1534 Pin , 3 / 8 - 16 , 3 / 8x 3.27 47 731 - 2363 Mulch Plug 48 712 - 3087 Wing Nut 49 710 - 0599 Self - tapping Screw . 1 / 4 - 20 x . 5 50 783 - 1146A Deck Skirt 51 712 - 0641 Hex Nut , M - 16 x 1.5 52 721 - 0417 O - Ring 53 737 - 04003 Water Nozzle 54 736 - 0760 Lock Washer . 17 x 23.8 x 1.95 41
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ModelLTX - 2146 46 12 sS 35 . \ 35 1 _ Refer to D on page 36 . 42
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ModelLTX - 2141 REF . PART REE PART NO . NO . DESCRIPTION NO . DESCRIPTION NO . 1 711 - 04069 Retainer Hook 31 736 - 0119 Lock Washer . 5 / 16 2 17982 32 736 - 0270 Bell Washer , . 265 x . 75 x . 062 Spindle Reinforcement Plate 3 618 - 0430A 33 738 - 0347 Spindle Assembly , 5.0 Dia . Shoulder Spacer , . 625 x 1.16 Shoulder Screw 756 - 1187 34 738 - 0373 Pulley Only 4 618 - 0595 35 742 - 0611 Three - in - one Blade , Star Center , 16.28 " Double Pulley Spindle Assembly 742 - 0612 756 - 1214 36 Three - in - one Blade , Star Center . 14.88 " Double Pulley Only 747 - 1116 5 683 - 0254 37 Deck Release Pin Deck Adjustment Bracket Assembly 6 683 - 04052 46 - inch Deck Shell 38 754 - 0349 Deck Belt , Poly 7 710 - 0167 39 738 - 3056 Shoulder Screw , 1 / 2 - 2.5 Carriage Screw , 1 / 4 - 20 x . 50 8 710 - 0344 40 756 - 0627B Hex Cap Screw , 3 / 8 - 16 x 1.5 Idler Pulley , 3.5 41 Belt Guard Pin 9 710 - 0501 711 - 0993 Hex Cap Screw , 1 / 4 - 20 x 2.0 10 710 - 0514 42 783 - 0139A Idler Bracket Hex Cap Screw , 3 / 8 - 16 x 1.0 Center Deck Skirt 11 710 - 0528 43 783 - 0141 Hex Cap Screw , 5 / 8 - 18 x 1.25 44 RH Deck Skirt 12 710 - 0599 783 - 0142 Self - tapping Screw , 1 / 4 - 2O x . 5 13 710 - 0650 45 783 - 1348 LH Belt Cover Self - tapping Screw , 15 / 16 - 18 x . 875 46 17258C 14 710 - 0703 Hex Screw , 1 / 4 - 20 x . 75 RH Belt Cover 47 15 710 - 0751 736 - 0416 Flat Washer , . 320 x 3.0 x . 125 Hex Cap Screw , 1 / 4 - 20 x . 62 16 710 - 1260A 48 738 - 0572 Shoulder Screw , . 374 x 1.16 Self - tapping Screw , 5 / 16 - 18 x . 75 17 712 - 0271 Hex Sems Nut , 1 / 4 - 20 49 712 - 3004A Hex Nut , 5 / 16 - 18 18 712 - 0417A 50 746 - 1107 Bracket Cable , 12 " Hex Flange Nut , 5 / 8 - 18 19 712 - 0431 51 750 - 0807 Flange Lock Nut , 3 / 8 - 16 Spacer , . 385 x . 625 x . 70 20 712 - 3006 Hex Nut , 1 / 4 - 20 52 710 - 0805 Hex Cap Screw , 5 / 16 - 18 x 1.5 17116 21 712 - 3027 53 Hex Flange Lock Nut , 1 / 4 - 20 Deck Brake Assembly 22 714 - 0470 Cotter Pin , 1 / 8 x 1.25 54 712 - 3006 Hex Nut , 1 / 4 - 20 23 717 - 1553A 55 712 - 3087 Deck Adjustment Gear Wing Nut , 1 / 4 - 20 24 726 - 0233 Push Nut . . 25 x . 5 56 736 - 0173 Flat Washer , . 28 x . 74 x . 063 25 731 - 1032B 57 731 - 1636 Side Discharge Chute Assembly Mulch Plug 26 732 - 0306 58 710 - 0578 Screw , 1 / 4 - 20 x 1.5 Compression Spring , . 406 x . 531 x 1.75 27 732 - 0594A 59 721 - 0417 Extension Spring , . 91 x 7.3 O - Ring 28 748 - 0324 6O 737 - 04003 Water Nozzle Shoulder Spacer 61 29 734 - 0973 Deck Wheel , 5 x 1.38 736 - 0760 Lock Washer ` 17 x23 . 8x 1.95 62 712 - 0641 30 732 - 0429A Hex Nut , M - 16x 1.5 Extension Spring , . 5 x 3.97 IMPORTANT : For a proper working machine , use Factory Approved Parts . V - belts are designed to engage and disengage safely . A substitute ( non OEM ) V - belt can be dangerous by not disengaging completely . 43
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MANUFACTURER'S LIMITED WARRANTY FOR : The limited warranty set forth below is given by Troy - Bilt LLC d . Troy - Bilt LLC does not extend any warranty for products sold or exported outside of the United States . with respect to new merchandise purchased and used in the United States , its possessions and territories . its possesions and territories , except those sold through Troy - Bilt LLC's authorized channels of export Troy - Bilt LLC warrants this product against defects for a distribution . period of two ( 2 ) years commencing on the date of original e . Parts that are not genuine Troy - Bilt parts are not purchase and will , at its option , repair or replace , free of covered by this warranty . charge , any part found to be defective in materials or f . Service completed by someone other than an workmanship . This limited warranty shall only apply if this authorized service dealer is not covered by this product has been operated and maintained in accordance warranty . with the Operator's Manual furnished with the product , and g . Transportation charges and service calls are not has not been subject to misuse , abuse , commercial use . covered . neglect , accident , improper maintenance , alteration , vandalism , theft , fire . water , or damage because of other peril NO implied warranty , including any implied warranty of or natural disaster . Damage resulting from the installation or merchantability of fitness for a particular purpose , use of any accessory or attachment not approved by Troy - Bilt applies after the applicable period of express written LLC for use with the product ( s ) covered by this manual will warranty above as to the parts as identified . No other void your warranty as to any resulting damage . express warranty , whether written or oral , except as mentioned above , given by any person or entity , Normal wear parts or components thereof are subject to including a dealer or retailer , with respect to any product , separate terms as follows : All normal wear parts or shall bind Troy - Bilt LLC . During the period of the component failures will be covered on the product for a period warranty , the exclusive remedy is repair or replacement of 90 days regardless of cause . After 90 days , but within the of the product as set forth above . two year period , normal wear part failures will be covered ONLY ] F caused by defects in materials or workmanship of The provisions as set forth in this warranty provide the OTHER component parts . Normal wear parts and sole and exclusive remedy arising from the sale . Troy * components include , but are not limited to : batteries , belts , Bilt LLC shall not be liable for incidental or consequential blades , blade adapters , grass bags , rider deck wheels , seats , loss or damage including , without limitation , expenses snow thrower skid shoes , shave plates , auger spiral rubber , incurred for substitute or replacement lawn care services and tires . or for rental expenses to temporarily replace a warranted product . HOW TO OBTAIN SERVICE : Warranty service is available , WITH PROOF OF PURCHASE , through your local authorized Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of service dealer . To locate the dealer in your area , check your incidental or consequential damages , or limitations on how Yellow Pages , or contact Troy - Bilt LLC at P . O . Box 361131 , long an implied warranty lasts , so the above exclusions or Cleveland , Ohio 44136 - 0019 , or call 1 - 866 - 840 - 6483 or 1 - limitations may not apply to you . 330 - 558 - 7220 , or log on to our Web site at www . troybilt . com . In no event shall recovery of any kind be greater than the This limited warranty does not provide coverage in the amount of the purchase price of the product sold . Alteration following cases : of safety features of the product shall void this warranty . You assume the risk and liability for loss , damage , or injury to a . The engine or component parts thereof . These items you and your property and / or to others and their property carry a separate manufacturer's warranty . Refer to arising out of the misuse or inability to use the product . applicable manufacturer's warranty for terms and conditions . This limited warranty shall not extend to anyone other than the b . Log splitter pumps , valves , and cylinders have a sepa original purchaser or to the person for whom it was purchased rate one year warranty . as a gift . c . Routine maintenance items such as lubricants , filters , HOW STATE LAW RELATES TO THIS WARRANTY : This blade sharpening , tune - ups , brake adjustments , clutch limited warranty gives you specific legal rights , and you may adjustments , deck adjustments , and normal also have other rights which vary from state to state . deterioration of the exterior finish due to use or exposure . Troy - Bilt LLC , P . O . BOX361131CLEVELAND , 0HI0 44136 - 0019 ; Phone : 1 - 866 - 840 - 6483 , 1 - 330 - 558 - 7220
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