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Operator’s Manual Hydrostatic Lawn Tractor Models : LT - 18H80H LT - 1 LT - 1200H80 WLT - IMPORTANT : READ SAFETY RULES AND INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY WHITE OUTDOOR , 60 OTTAWA STREET SOUTH , KITCHENER , ONT . N2G 3S7 772C0692 ( 12 / 03 ) PRINTED IN UNITED - STATES
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TABLE OF CONTENTS PAGE FINDING YOUR MODEL NUMBER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 CALLING CUSTOMER SUPPORT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 IMPORTANT SAFE OPERATION PRACTICES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 SAFETY LABELS FOUND ON YOUR UNIT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 ATTACHMENTS & ACCESSORIES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 SLOPE GAUGE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 TRACTOR SET - UP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 CONTROLS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 OPERATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 ADJUSTMENTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 MAINTENANCE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 LUBRICATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 SERVICE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 OFF - SEASON STORAGE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 PARTS LIST / PIÈCES DÉTACHÉES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 WARRANTY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50 FINDING MODEL NUMBER This Operator’s Manual is an important part of your new garden 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 your authorized dealer . • You can locate the model number by looking beneath the seat . A sample model plate is explained below . This is where your model number will be . Model Number Serial Number Numéro de modèle Numéro de série XXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXX This is where your serial number will be . Copy the model number here : WHITE OUTDOOR CANADA Copy the serial number here : KITCHENER , ON N2G 4J1 CALLING CUSTOMER SUPPORT If you are having difficulty assembling this product or if you have any question regarding the controls , operation or maintenance of this unit , please call your service dealer . Please have your unit’s model number and serial number ready when you call . 2
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SECTION 1 : IMPORTANT SAFE OPERATION PRACTICES 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 . DANGER : This machine was built to be operated according to the rules for safe operation in this man - ual . 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 . 11 . Do not put hands or feet near rotating parts or GENERAL OPERATION under the cutting deck . Contact with the blade ( s ) 1 . Read , understand , and follow all instructions on the can amputate hands and feet . machine and in the manual ( s ) before attempting to 12 . A missing or damaged discharge cover can cause assemble and operate . Keep this manual in a safe blade contact or thrown object injuries . place for future and regular reference and for 13 . Stop the blade ( s ) when crossing gravel drives , ordering replacement parts . walks , or roads and while not cutting grass . 2 . Befamiliar with all controls and their proper 14 . Watch for traffic when operating near or crossing operation . Know how to stop the machine and roadways . This machine is not intended for use on disengage them quickly . any public roadway . 3 . Never allow children under 14 years old to operate 15 . Do not operate the machine while under the this machine . Children 14 years old and over influence of alcohol or drugs . should read and understand the operation 16 . Mow only in daylight or good artificial light . instructions and safety rules in this manual and 17 . Never carry passengers . should be trained and supervised by a parent . 18 . Disengage blade ( s ) before shifting into reverse . 4 . Never allow adults to operate this machine without Back up slowly . Always look down and behind proper instruction . before and while backing to avoid a back - over 5 . Tohelp avoid blade contact or a thrown object accident . injury , keep bystanders , helpers , children and pets 19 . Slow down before turning . Operate the machine at least 75 feet from the machine while it is in smoothly . Avoid erratic operation and excessive operation . Stop machine if anyone enters the area . speed . 6 . Thoroughly inspect the area where the equipment 20 . Disengage blade ( s ) , set parking brake , stop engine is to be used . Remove all stones , sticks , wire , and wait until the blade ( s ) come to a complete stop bones , toys , and other foreign objects which could before removing grass catcher , emptying grass , be picked up and thrown by the blade ( s ) . Thrown unclogging chute , removing any grass or debris , or objects can cause serious personal injury . making any adjustments . 7 . Plan your mowing pattern to avoid discharge of 21 . Never leave a running machine unattended . Always material toward roads , sidewalks , bystanders and turn off blade ( s ) , place transmission in neutral , set the like . Also , avoid discharging material against a parking brake , stop engine and remove key before wall or obstruction which may cause discharged dismounting . material to ricochet back toward the operator . 22 . Use extra care when loading or unloading the 8 . Always wear safety glasses or safety goggles machine into a trailer or truck . This unit should not during operation and while performing an be driven up or down ramp ( s ) , because the unit adjustment or repair to protect your eyes . Thrown could tip over , causing serious personal injury . The objects which ricochet can cause serious injury to unit must be pushed manually on ramp ( s ) to load or the eyes . unload properly . 9 . Wear sturdy , rough - soled work shoes and close - 23 . Muffler and engine become hot and can cause a fitting slacks and shirts . Loose fitting clothes and burn . Do not touch . jewelry can be caught in movable parts . Never 24 . Check overhead clearances carefully before driving operate this machine in bare feet or sandals . under low hanging tree branches , wires , door 10 . Be aware of the mower and attachment discharge openings etc . , where the operator may be struck or direction and do not point it at anyone . Do not pulled from the unit , which could result in serious operate the mower without the discharge cover or injury . entire grass catcher in its proper place . 3
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6 . Keep all movement on the slopes slow and gradual . 25 . Disengage all attachment clutches , depress the Do not make sudden changes in speed or direction . brake pedal completely and shift into neutral before Rapid engagement or braking could cause the front attempting to start engine . of the machine to lift and rapidly flip over backwards 26 . Your machine is designed to cut normal residential which could cause serious injury . grass of a height no more than 10 ” . Do not attempt 7 . Avoid starting or stopping on a slope . If tires lose to mow through unusually tall , dry grass ( e . g . , traction , disengage the blade ( s ) and proceed pasture ) or piles of dry leaves . Dry grass or leaves slowly straight down the slope . may contact the engine exhaust and / or build up on the mower deck presenting a potential fire hazard . DO NOT : 27 . Use only accessories and attachments approved for this machine by the machine manufacturer . 1 . Do not turn on slopes unless necessary ; then , turn Read , understand and follow all instructions slowly and gradually downhill , if possible . provided with the approved accessory or 2 . Do not mow near drop - offs , ditches or attachment . embankments . The mower could suddenly turn 28 . Data indicates that operators , age 60 years and over if a wheel is over the edge of a cliff , ditch , or if above , are involved in a large percentage of riding an edge caves in . mower - related injuries . These operators should 3 . Do not try to stabilize the machine by putting your evaluate their ability to operate the riding mower foot on the ground . safely enough to protect themselves and others 4 . Do not use a grass catcher on steep slopes . from serious injury . 5 . Do not mow on wet grass . Reduced traction could 29 . If situations occur which are not covered in this cause sliding . manual , use care and good judgment . Contact your 6 . Do not shift to neutral and coast downhill . Over - authorized dealer for assistance . speeding may cause the operator to lose control of the machine resulting in serious injury or death . SLOPE OPERATION 7 . Do not tow heavy pull behind attachments ( e . g . loaded dump cart , lawn roller , etc . ) on slopes Slopes are a major factor related to loss of control and greater than 5 degrees . When going down hill , the tip - over accidents which can result in severe injury or extra weight tends to push the tractor and may death . All slopes require extra caution . If you cannot cause you to loose control . ( e . g . tractor may speed back up the slope or if you feel uneasy on it , do not mow up , braking and steering ability are reduced , it . attachment may jack - knife and cause tractor to For your safety , use the slope gauge included as part of overturn ) . this manual to measure slopes before operating this unit on a sloped or hilly area . If the slope is greater than CHILDREN 15 degrees as shown on the slope gauge , do not 1 . Tragic accidents can occur if the operator is not operate this unit on that area or serious injury could alert to the presence of children . Children are often result . attracted to the machine and the mowing activity . DO : They do not understand the dangers . Never assume that children will remain where you last 1 . Mowupand down slopes , not across . Exercise saw them . extreme caution when changing direction on a . Keep children out of the mowing area and in slopes . watchful care of a responsible adult other 2 . Watch for holes , ruts , bumps , rocks , or other than the operator . hidden objects . Uneven terrain could overturn the b . Bealert and turn machine off if a child enters machine . Tall grass can hide obstacles . the area . 3 . Useslowspeed . Choose a low enough speed c . Before and while backing , look behind and setting so that you will not have to stop or shift while down for small children . on the slope . Tires may lose traction on slopes d . Never carry children , even with the blade ( s ) even though the brakes are functioning properly . shut off . They may fall off and be seriously Always keep machine in gear when going down injured or interfere with safe machine slopes to take advantage of engine braking action . operation . 4 . Follow the manufacturer’s recommendations for e . Use extreme care when approaching blind wheel weights or counterweights to improve corners , doorways , shrubs , trees or other stability . objects that may block your vision of a child 5 . Useextra care with grass catchers or other who may run into the machine . attachments . These can change the stability of the f . Disengage the cutting blade ( s ) before machine . shifting in reverse . The “ No - Cut - In Reverse ” 4
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h . Never over fill fuel tank . Fill tank to no more feature is a reminder not to cut in reverse and than ½ inch below bottom of filler neck to to help avoid back over accidents . Do not allow space for fuel expansion . defeat it . i . Replace gasoline cap and tighten securely . g . Keep children away from hot or running j . Ifgasoline is spilled , wipe it off the engine and engines . They can suffer burns from a hot equipment . Move unit to another area . Wait 5 muffler . minutes before starting the engine . h . Remove key when machine is unattended to k . Toreduce fire hazards , keep machine free of prevent unauthorized operation . grass , leaves , or other debris build - up . Clean i . Neverallowchildren under 14 years old to up oil or fuel spillage and remove any fuel operate the machine . Children 14 years old soaked debris . and over should read and understand the l . Never store the machine or fuel container operation instructions and safety rules in this inside where there is an open flame , spark or manual and should be trained and supervised pilot light as on a water heater , space heater , by a parent . furnace , clothes dryer or other gas TOWING appliances . m . Allow a machine to cool at least 5 minutes 1 . Tow only with a machine that has a hitch designed before storing . for towing . Do not attach towed equipment except at the hitch point . GENERAL SERVICE : 2 . Follow the manufacturers recommendation for 1 . Never run an engine indoors or in a poorly weight limits for towed equipment and towing on ventilated area . Engine exhaust contains carbon slopes . monoxide , an odorless , and deadly gas . 3 . Never allow children or others in or on towed 2 . Before cleaning , repairing , or inspecting , make equipment . certain the blade ( s ) and all moving parts have 4 . Onslopes , the weight of the towed equipment may stopped . Disconnect the spark plug wire and ground cause loss of traction and loss of control . against the engine to prevent unintended starting . 5 . Travel slowly and allow extra distance to stop . 3 . Periodically check to make sure the blades come to 6 . Do not shift to neutral and coast downhill . complete stop within approximately ( 5 ) five seconds SERVICE after operating the blade disengagement control . If the blades do not stop within the this time frame , SAFE HANDLING OF GASOLINE : your unit should be serviced professionally by an 1 . To avoid personal injury or property damage authorized dealer . use extreme care in handling gasoline . Gasoline is 4 . Check brake operation frequently as it is subjected extremely flammable and the vapors are explosive . to wear during normal operation . Adjust and service Serious personal injury can occur when gasoline is as required . spilled on yourself or your clothes which can ignite . 5 . Check the blade ( s ) and engine mounting bolts at Wash your skin and change clothes immediately . frequent intervals for proper tightness . Also , visually a . Use only an approved gasoline container . inspect blade ( s ) for damage ( e . g . , excessive wear , b . Never fill containers inside a vehicle or on a bent , cracked ) . truck or trailer bed with a plastic liner . Always Replace the blade ( s ) with the original equipment place containers on the ground away from manufacturer’s ( O . E . M . ) blade ( s ) only , listed in this your vehicle before filling . manual . “ Use of parts which do not meet the original c . When practical , remove gas - powered equipment specifications may lead to improper equipment from the truck or trailer and refuel performance and compromise safety ! ” it on the ground . If this is not possible , then 6 . Mower blades are sharp . Wrap the blade or wear refuel such equipment on a trailer with a gloves , and use extra caution when servicing them . portable container , rather than from a 7 . Keep all nuts , bolts , and screws tight to be sure the gasoline dispenser nozzle . equipment is in safe working condition . d . Keep the nozzle in contact with the rim of the 8 . Never tamper with the safety interlock system or fuel tank or container opening at all times until other safety devices . Check their proper operation fueling is complete . Do not use a nozzle lock - regularly . open device . 9 . After striking a foreign object , stop the engine , e . Extinguish all cigarettes , cigars , pipes and disconnect the spark plug wire ( s ) and ground other sources of ignition . against the engine . Thoroughly inspect the machine f . Never fuel machine indoors . for any damage . Repair the damage before starting g . Never remove gas cap or add fuel while the and operating . engine is hot or running . Allow engine to cool at least two minutes before refueling . 5
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nal equipment specifications may lead to improper 10 . Never attempt to make adjustments or repairs to performance and compromise safety ! ” the machine while the engine is running . 12 . Do not change the engine governor settings or 11 . Grass catcher components and the discharge over - speed the engine . The governor controls the cover are subject to wear and damage which could maximum safe operating speed of the engine . expose moving parts or allow objects to be thrown . 13 . Maintain or replace safety and instruction labels , as For safety protection , frequently check components necessary . and replace immediately with original equipment 14 . Observe proper disposal laws and regulations for manufacturer’s ( O . E . M . ) parts only , listed in this gas , oil , etc . to protect the environment . manual . “ Use of parts which do not meet the origi - WARNING : YOUR RESPONSIBILITY Restrict the use of this power machine to persons who read , understand and follow the warnings and instructions in this manual and on the machine . S30544 MAX 20 % S30011 Safety Labels found on your unit SECTION 2 : ATTACHMENTS & ACCESSORIES The following attachments and accessories are compatible for your lawn tractor . See the your authorized dealer for information regarding price and availability . NOTE : Your lawn tractor is NOT 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 ( For 38 ” and 42 ” Decks ) OEM - 190 - 118 Mulch Kit ( For 46 ” Decks ) OEM - 190 - 180 Twin Bagger Grass Collector 38 ” and 42 ” Decks OEM - 190 - 182 Twin Bagger Grass Collector 46 ” Decks ™ Grille Guard ( mounts on front of tractor ) OEM - 190 - 603 FastAttach ™ Storage Container ( mounts on rear of tractor ) OEM - 190 - 604 TracPac OEM - 190 - 607 Deluxe Sunshade ™ 46 - inch Front Dozer Blade OEM - 190 - 822 FastAttach OEM - 190 - 823 42 - inch Two - stage Snow Thrower 6
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SECTION 3 : SLOPE GAUGE USE Operate Do extremely riding THIS not mower mow PAGE RIDING difficult on could AS inclines mowers to A overturn maintain GUIDE with up a and and your TO slope down FOLD cause DETERMINE footing in excess slopes , ON serious and DOTTED you of never injury . SLOPES 15 could 15 ° degrees across LINE , WARNING If slip , operating WHERE SIGHT the REPRESENTING resulting ( a rise face AND A of POWER YOU a of in approximately HOLD walk - slopes . serious A MAY CORNER behind POLE THIS A injury . NOT OR 15 ° LEVEL mower OF A 2 SLOPE FENCE OPERATE - 1 A / WITH 2 BUILDING feet on POST A such every VERTICAL SAFELY . a 10 slope , feet ) TREE it . is A 7
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SECTION 4 : TRACTOR SET - UP NOTE : Reference to RIGHT or LEFT side of the ATTACHING THE STEERING WHEEL tractor in this manual is observed from operator’s In the event your tractor was crated with the steering position . wheel and the seat removed for shipping reasons , use the following instructions to properly assemble the ATTACHING THE BATTERY CABLES parts . NOTE : The battery cables may or may not be WARNING : Do NOT operate the tractor attached on your unit . If the cables are not attached , without first attaching both the steering please follow the instructions below . wheel AND the seat . Doing so could result in serious injury to the operator . NOTE : The positive battery terminal is marked Pos . ( + ) . The negative battery terminal is marked Neg . ( – ) . NOTE : There are two different styles of steering wheel cap . See Figure 2 . Styles vary by model . • The positive cable ( heavy red wire ) is secured to the positive battery terminal ( + ) with a hex bolt and • Using your hands , place the tractor’s front tires in hex nut at the factory . Make certain that the rubber position for straight - ahead travel . boot covers the terminal to help protect it from • Remove the steering wheel cap from the center of corrosion . the steering wheel . Be careful not to lose the hex • Remove the hex bolt and wing nut from the screw and bell washer found beneath it . negative cable . • Place the steering wheel ( in position for straight - • Remove the black plastic cover , if present , from the ahead travel ) directly onto the steering shaft found negative battery terminal and attach the negative in the center of the tractor’s dash . cable ( heavy black wire ) to the negative battery • Place the bell washer ( cupped side DOWN ) over terminal ( – ) with the bolt and wing nut . the steering shaft . • Make certain the battery retainer rod is in position • Thread the hex screw into the steering shaft and over the battery , securing it in place . See Figure 1 . tighten securely . • Reinsert the steering wheel cap in the center of the steering wheel . Refer to Figure 2 . Rubber Steering Boot Battery Wheel Cap Positive Terminal Hex Bolt Wing & Washer ut N Steering Shaft Battery Negative Retainer Rod Terminal Shoulder Bolt Figure 1 NOTE : If the battery is put into service after the date shown on top of battery , charge the battery as Figure 2 instructed on page 23 of this manual prior to operating the tractor . 8
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ATTACHING THE SEAT Standard Adjustment Seat styles vary by tractor model and there are three different styles available : Hex Screws • Standard Adjustment • Quick Adjustment Shoulder Screws • Knob Adjustment Refer to Figure 3 , Figure 4 and Figure 5 to identify your Opening in Slot tractor’s seat style and follow applicable instructions . NOTE : For shipping reasons , seats are either Pivot Bracket fastened to the tractor seat’s pivot bracket with a plastic tie , or mounted backward to the pivot bracket . In either case , free the seat from its shipping position and remove the two hex screws ( or knobs , on models so Figure 3 equipped ) from the bottom of seat before proceeding with applicable instructions below . Quick Adjustment Standard Adjustment Seat 1 . Position the shoulder screws ( found on the base of Seat Stop the seat ) inside the slot openings in the seat pivot bracket . See Figure 3 . 2 . Slide the seat slightly rearward in the seat pivot bracket , lining up the rear slots in the pivot bracket Tab with the remaining two holes in the seat’s base . 3 . Select desired position for the seat , and secure with Pivot Bracket the two hex screws removed earlier . See Figure 3 . Quick Adjustment Seat NOTE : If your seat was shipped mounted backwards Figure 4 on the seat pivot bracket , pull out the tab found on the seat stop and hold it open while sliding the seat off the Knob Adjustment seat pivot bracket . See Figure 4 . Knobs 1 . Line up the plastic seat spacers with the slots in seat pivot bracket . 2 . Slide seat in until front seat spacer engages the Shoulder Screws seat stop . See Figure 4 . WARNING : Before operating this machine , Opening in Slot make sure the seat is engaged in the seat stop , stand behind the machine and pull back Pivot Bracket on seat until fully engaged into stop . Knob Adjustment Seat 1 . Position the shoulder screws ( found on the base of the seat ) inside the slot openings in the seat pivot Figure 5 bracket . See Figure 5 . 2 . Slide the seat slightly rearward in the seat pivot bracket , lining up the rear slots in the pivot bracket with the remaining two holes in the seat’s base . 3 . Select desired position for the seat , and secure with the two knobs removed earlier . See Figure 5 . 9
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GAS AND OIL FILL - UP WARNING : The mowing deck is capable of throwing objects . Failure to operate the riding The gasoline tank is located under the hood and has a mower without the discharge cover in the capacity of either two or three gallons . Do not overfill . proper operating position could result in WARNING : Use extreme care when serious personal injury and / or property damage . handling gasoline . Gasoline is extremely flammable and the vapors are explosive . Never fuel machine indoors or while the TIRE PRESSURE engine is hot or running . Extinguish WARNING : Maximum tire pressure under cigarettes , cigars , pipes , and other sources of any circumstances is 30 p . s . i . Equal tire ignition . pressure should be maintained at all times . Service the engine with gasoline and oil as The tires on your unit may be over - inflated for shipping instructed in the separate engine manual packed purposes . Reduce the tire pressure before operating with your tractor . Read instructions carefully . the tractor . Recommended operating tire pressure is IMPORTANT : Your tractor is shipped with oil ; approximately 10 p . s . i for the rear tires & 14 p . s . i . for however , you MUST check the oil level before the front tires . Check the sidewall of tire for maximum operating . Be careful not to overfill . Overfilling with oil p . s . i . may cause the engine to smoke . This will result in poor engine performance and could cause permanent IDENTIFYING THE MULCH PLUG ( if so engine damage . equipped ) On tractor models with 42 - inch decks so equipped , a mulch SHIPPING BRACE REMOVAL plug can be found within the cutting deck’s discharge opening . WARNING : Make sure the riding mower’s engine is off , set the parking brake and NOTE : Refer to ' ” Mulching “ on page 17 for more detailed remove the ignition key before removing the information . shipping brace . If you’d prefer to operate the cutting deck without mulching , • Locate the shipping brace and warning tag found simply remove the mulch plug by unthreading the plastic wing nut which fastens it to the cutting deck . This will allow the on the right side of the cutting deck . See Figure 6 . clippings to discharge out of the discharge opening during operation . See Figure 7 . Shipping Brace Warning Tag Figure 6 • 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 Plastic Wing Nut Mulch Plug finger and rotating it clockwise . WARNING : The shipping brace , used for Figure 7 packaging purposes only , must be removed and discarded before operating your riding mower . 10
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SECTION 5 : CONTROLS * E A F B G * A H + 10 1 / P P I J C K L M D NOTE : Steering Wheel not shown for clarity . A * PTO ( Power Take - off ) Lever ( Models with manual PTO ) G Cruise Control Button PTO ( Power Take - off ) Knob ( Models with electrique PTO ) H Ignition Switch B Systems Indicator Monitor / Hour Meter I Brake Pedal C Choke Control J Drive Pedal D Cup Holder K Cargo Net ( Not Shown ) E Throttle Control Lever L Deck Lift Lever F Parking Brake Button M Seat Adjustment Lever NOTE : Any reference in this manual to the RIGHT or LEFT side of the tractor is observed from operator’s position . * Tractors vary by model and are equipped with either a PTO lever or a PTO knob , NEVER both . 11
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IGNITION SWITCH THROTTLE CONTROL LEVER The throttle control lever is located on the right side of WARNING : Never leave a running the tractor’s dash panel . This lever controls the speed machine unattended . Always disengage the of the engine and , on some models , when pushed all PTO , move shift lever into neutral position , set the way forward , the choke control also . When set in a parking brake , stop engine and remove key to given position , the throttle will maintain a uniform prevent unintended starting . engine speed . See Figure 8 . To start the engine , insert the key into the ignition switch and turn clockwise to the START position . Release the key into the ON position once engine has Choke fired . See Figure 9 . Fast Position Position On / Lights Fast Position Off On Slow Slow Position Position Start Figure 8 Figure 9 IMPORTANT : When operating the tractor with the Refer to STARTING THE ENGINE in the OPERATION cutting deck engaged , be certain that the throttle lever section of this manual for detailed starting instructions . is always in the FAST ( rabbit ) position . The ignition switch is also used to operate the headlights . Refer to OPERATING THE HEADLIGHTS CHOKE CONTROL in the OPERATION section of this manual for detailed The choke control can be found instructions on the left side of the dash panel and is activated by pulling the DRIVE PEDAL knob outward . Activating the The drive pedal is located below choke control closes the choke the brake pedal on the right plate on the carburetor and aids front side of the tractor along in starting the engine . Refer to the running board . Depress the STARTING THE ENGINE in the upper portion of the drive pedal OPERATION section of this forward to cause the tractor to manual for detailed starting travel forward . Depress the instructions . lower portion of the drive pedal with the ball of your right foot BRAKE PEDAL ( NOT your heel ) to cause the The brake pedal is located on the tractor to travel in reverse . right front side of the tractor Ground speed is also controlled above the drive pedal along the with the drive pedal . The further running board . The brake pedal forward or rearward that the pedal is pivoted , the faster can be used for sudden stops or the tractor will travel . The pedal will return to its original setting the parking brake . position when it’s not depressed . NOTE : The brake pedal must IMPORTANT : Always set the parking brake when be fully depressed to activate the leaving the tractor unattended . safety interlock switch when CARGO NET ( Not Shown ) . starting the tractor Conveniently located on the tractor’s dash panel , the cargo net can be used to store personal items while operating the tractor . 12
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SYSTEMS INDICATOR MONITOR / HOUR ELECTRIC PTO ( POWER METER TAKE - OFF ) KNOB Your tractor is equipped with either an hour meter or an To engage the power to the ammeter as part of two available system indicator cutting deck or other ( separately monitors . Locate the monitor on the left side of your available ) attachments on models dash panel and compare it to both shown in Figure 10 . so equipped with an electric PTO , pull outward on the PTO knob . Push the PTO knob inward to disengage the power to the cutting deck . AMPS Oil NOTE : The PTO knob must be in the disengaged Brake ( OFF ) position when starting the engine , when simultaneously moving both control handles into the Ammeter PTO REVERSE position and if the operator leaves the seat . PTO ( POWER TAKE - OFF ) LEVER + Oil Battery Hour Meter 1 / 10 P PTO Brake Figure 10 On models equipped with a manual PTO , the PTO lever If the Brake light or PTO light illuminates when is located on the left side of the dashboard next to the attempting to start the unit , proceed as follows : steering wheel . Move the PTO lever forward to engage the power to the cutting deck or other ( separately Brake — Engage the parking brake . available ) attachments ; move the PTO lever rearward to PTO — Move the PTO lever into the disengaged disengage the power . ( OFF ) position . NOTE : The PTO lever must be in the disengaged It is normal for the Oil light and the Battery light to ( OFF ) position when starting the engine , when traveling illuminate while the engine is cranking , but if either in reverse and if the operator leaves the seat . illuminates while the engine is running , proceed as follows : SEAT ADJUSTMENT LEVER Oil — Stop the tractor immediately and check the crankcase oil level as instructed in the To adjust the seat forward or backward on units Engine Owner’s Manual included with equipped with a quick - adjust seat , slide the seat your unit . Add oil as required . adjustment lever to the left and reposition the seat to the desired position . Once a comfortable position is found , Battery — If this light illuminate’s while the engine is release the seat adjustment lever to lock the seat in running , it indicates that the battery is in place . Refer to SEAT ADJUSTMENTS in the MAKING need of a charge OR that the engine’s ADJUSTMENTS section of this manual for more charging system is not generating detailed instructions . sufficient amperage . Refer to the MAINTENANCE section of this manual for the proper battery charging procedure DECK LIFT LEVER or have the engine’s charging system Found on your tractor’s right fender , the deck lift lever is checked by a authorized dealer . used to change the height of the cutting deck . To use , On units so equipped , the ammeter measures the move the lever to the left , then place in the notch best electrical output of the engine’s charging system . Under suited for your application . normal operating conditions , with the engine at full throttle , the ammeter’s needle should measure a CUP HOLDER positive charge . The tractor’s cup holder is located on the fender to the The hour meter , on units so equipped , operates left of the seat , just to the rear of the parking brake lever . whenever the engine is running and records the actual hours of tractor operation . 13
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CRUISE CONTROL PARKING BRAKE BUTTON BUTTON The cruise control button is To set the parking brake , fully P located on the tractor dash panel depress the brake pedal and to the left of the ignition switch . push the parking brake button in . Push the cruise control button Hold the button in while taking while traveling forward at a your foot off the brake pedal . Both desired speed . While holding the the parking button and the brake button in , release pressure from pedal will then stay depressed . the drive pedal . This will engage To release the parking brake , the cruise control and allow the depress the brake pedal slightly . tractor to remain at that speed without applying The parking brake button will then return to its original pressure to the drive pedal . Depress the brake pedal or position . the drive pedal to deactivate cruise control . Refer to NOTE : The parking brake must be set if the operator OPERATION SECTION of this manual for detailed leaves the seat with the engine running or the engine instructions regarding the cruise control feature . will automatically shut off . NOTE : Cruise control can NOT be engaged at the IMPORTANT : Always set the parking brake when tractor’s fastest ground speed . If the operator should leaving the tractor unattended . attempt to do so , the tractor will automatically decelerate to the fastest optimal mowing ground speed . SECTION 6 : OPERATING YOUR LAWN TRACTOR WARNING : Read , understand , and follow all instructions and warnings on the machine WARNING and in this manual before operating . AVOID SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH SAFETY INTERLOCK SWITCHES • GO UP AND DOWN SLOPES , NOT ACROSS . • AVOID SUDDEN TURNS . This tractor is equipped with a safety interlock system • DO NOT OPERATE THE UNIT WHERE IT COULD SLIP OR TIP . for the protection of the operator . If the interlock system • IF MACHINE STOPS GOING UPHILL , STOP BLADE ( S ) AND BACK DOWNHILL SLOWLY . should ever malfunction , do not operate the tractor . • DO NOT MOW WHEN CHILDREN OR OTHERS ARE AROUND . Contact an authorized Service Dealer in your area . The • NEVER CARRY CHILDREN , EVEN WITH BLADES OFF . • LOOK DOWN AND BEHIND BEFORE AND WHILE BACKING . safety interlock system prevents the engine from • KEEP SAFETY DEVICES ( GUARDS , SHIELDS , AND SWITCHES ) IN cranking or starting unless the brake pedal is fully PLACE AND WORKING . • REMOVE OBJECTS THAT COULD BE THROWN BY THE BLADE ( S ) . depressed , and the PTO lever , or PTO knob is in the • KNOW LOCATION AND FUNCTION OF ALL CONTROLS . disengaged ( OFF ) position . • BE SURE BLADE ( S ) AND ENGINE ARE STOPPED BEFORE PLAC - ING HANDS OR FEET NEAR BLADE ( S ) . • The safety interlock system will automatically shut • BEFORE LEAVING OPERATOR’S POSITION , DISENGAGE BLADE ( S ) , PLACE THE SHIFT LEVER IN NEUTRAL , ENGAGE off the engine if the operator leaves the seat before BRAKE LOCK , SHUT ENGINE OFF AND REMOVE KEY . engaging the brake lock . • The safety interlock system will automatically shut READ OPERATOR’S MANUAL off the engine if the operator leaves the seat with the PTO lever , or PTO knob in the engaged ( ON ) WARNING : Do not operate the tractor if the position , regardless of whether the brake lock is interlock system is malfunctioning . This engaged . The PTO lever , or PTO knob must be in system was designed for your safety and the disengaged ( OFF ) position to restart the engine . protection . • On units equipped with an electric PTO , the safety IMPORTANT : Tampering with or attempting to interlock system will automatically shut off the PTO bypass the tractors Safety Interlock Switches in any if the PTO knob is moved into the engaged ( ON ) way WILL void your warranty . position with the shift lever in the REVERSE position . • On units equipped with a manual PTO , the safety SETTING THE CUTTING HEIGHT interlock system will automatically shut off the Select the height position of the cutting deck by placing tractor’s engine if the PTO lever is moved into the the deck lift lever in any of the six different cutting height engaged ( ON ) position with the shift lever in the notches on the right side of the fender . Then adjust the REVERSE position . deck wheels so that they are between ¼ - inch and ½ - 14
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• Turn the ignition key counterclockwise to the OFF inch above the ground when the tractor is on a smooth , position . flat surface such as a driveway . • Remove the key from the ignition switch to prevent WARNING : Keep hands and feet away unintended starting . from the discharge opening of the cutting deck . DRIVING THE TRACTOR NOTE : The deck wheels are an anti - scalp feature of WARNING : Avoid sudden starts , ex - the deck and are not designed to support the weight of cessive speed and sudden stops . the cutting deck . Refer to the ADJUSTMENTS section of this manual for WARNING : Do not leave the seat of the more detailed instructions regarding various deck tractor without first placing the PTO knob ( or adjustments . lever ) in the disengaged ( OFF ) position , depressing the brake pedal and engaging the STARTING THE ENGINE parking brake . If leaving the tractor unattended , also turn the ignition key off and WARNING : Do not operate the tractor if remove the key . the interlock system is malfunctioning . This • Briefly depress the brake pedal to release the system was designed for your safety and parking brake . Move the throttle lever into the FAST protection . ( rabbit ) position . NOTE : Refer to the TRACTOR SET - UP section of this • To travel FORWARD , slowly depress the upper manual for Gasoline and Oil fill - up instructions . portion of the drive pedal forward until the desired speed is achieved . See Figure 11 . • Insert the tractor key into the ignition switch . • Place the PTO knob ( or lever ) in the disengaged ( OFF ) position . • Engage the tractor’s parking brake . Reverse Forward • Pull the choke control outward . • Turn the ignition key clockwise to the START position . After the engine starts , release the key . It will return to the ON position . Brake Pedal Drive Pedal IMPORTANT : Do NOT hold the key in the START Fender / position for longer than ten seconds at a time . Doing so Running Board may cause damage to your engine’s electric starter . Figure 11 NOTE : If starting problems are encountered , refer to the TROUBLESHOOTING section of this manual . • To travel in REVERSE , check that the area behind is clear then slowly depress the lower portion of the After the engine starts , slowly release the brake pedal . drive pedal with the ball of your foot ( NOT your heel ) As the engine warms up , gradually push the choke until the desired speed is achieved . See Figure 11 . control knob inward to open up the choke plate on the engine’s carburetor . IMPORTANT : Do NOT attempt to change the direction of travel when the tractor is in motion . Always NOTE : Do NOT leave the choke control on while bring the tractor to a complete stop before pivoting the operating the tractor . Doing so will result in a " rich " fuel drive pedal from forward to reverse or vice versa . mixture and cause the engine to run poorly . ENGAGING THE PARKING BRAKE STOPPING THE ENGINE To engage the parking brake : WARNING : If you strike a foreign object , • Fully depress the brake pedal and hold it there while stop the engine , disconnect the spark plug gently pushing the parking brake button inward . wire ( s ) and ground against the engine . • Hold the parking brake button in while removing Thoroughly inspect the machine for any your foot from the brake pedal . damage . Repair the damage before restarting • Once engaged , the parking brake button and the and operating brake pedal will lock in the “ down ” position . • If the blades are engaged , place the PTO knob ( or To disengage the parking brake : lever ) in the disengaged ( OFF ) position . • Slightly depress the brake pedal . 15
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NOTE : The parking brake must be engaged if the MOVING THE TRACTOR MANUALLY operator leaves the seat with the engine running or the Your tractor’s transmission is equipped with a engine will automatically shut off . hydrostatic relief valve for occasions when it is necessary to move the tractor manually . Activating this DRIVING ON SLOPES valve forces the fluid in the transmission to bypass its normal route , allowing the rear tires to " freewheel . " To Refer to the SLOPE GAUGE on page 7 to help engage the hydrostatic relief valve , proceed as follows : determine slopes where you may not operate safely . • Locate the hydrostatic bypass rod in the rear of the WARNING : Do not mow on inclines with a tractor . See Figure 12 . slope in excess of 15 degrees ( a rise of • Pull the hydrostatic bypass rod outward , then down , approximately 2 - 1 / 2 feet every 10 feet ) . The to lock it in place . tractor could overturn and cause serious injury . NOTE : The transmission will NOT engage when the hydrostatic bypass rod is pulled out . Return the rod to • Mow up and down slopes , NEVER across . its normal position prior to operating the tractor . • Exercise extreme caution when changing direction on slopes . IMPORTANT : Never attempt to move the tractor • Watch for holes , ruts , bumps , rocks , or other hidden manually without first engaging the hydrostatic relief objects . Uneven terrain could overturn the machine . valve . Doing so will result in serious damage to the Tall grass can hide obstacles . tractor’s transmission . • Avoid turns when driving on a slope . If a turn must be made , turn down the slope . Turning up a slope greatly increases the chance of a roll over . • Avoid stopping when driving up a slope . If it is necessary to stop while driving up a slope , start up smoothly and carefully to reduce the possibility of flipping the tractor over backward . SETTING THE CRUISE CONTROL NOTE : The cruise control feature should only be utilized while traveling in the forward direction . • Slowly depress the upper portion of the drive pedal Hydrostatic until the desired speed is achieved . Bypass Rod • Lightly depress the cruise control button . • While continuing to hold the cruise button in , lift Figure 12 your foot from the drive pedal ( you should feel the cruise latch engage ) . • Once engaged , the cruise control button and the ENGAGING THE PTO drive pedal will lock in the “ down ” position , and the Engaging the PTO transfers power to the cutting deck tractor will maintain the same forward speed . or other ( separately available ) attachments . To engage the PTO , proceed as follows : NOTE : Cruise control can not be engaged at the tractor’s fastest ground speed . If the operator should • Move the throttle control lever to the FAST ( rabbit ) attempt to do so , the tractor will automatically position . decelerate to the fastest optimal mowing ground speed . Models with manual PTO • Grasp the PTO lever and pivot it all the way forward Disengage the cruise control using one of the following into the engaged ( ON ) position . methods : • Depress the brake pedal to disengage the cruise Models with electric PTO control and stop the tractor . • Pull the PTO knob outward into the engaged ( ON ) • Lightly depress the drive pedal . position . See Figure 13 . • Keep the throttle lever in the FAST ( rabbit ) position To change the direction of travel to reverse when for the most efficient use of the cutting deck or other operating with cruise control , depress the brake pedal ( separately available ) attachments . to disengage the cruise control and bring the tractor to a complete stop . Then slowly depress the lower portion of the drive pedal with the ball of your foot to travel in reverse . 16
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• Under heavier conditions it may be necessary to go Pull Out Front View Push In back over the cut area a second time to get a clean cut . • Do NOT attempt to mow heavy brush and weeds OFF and extremely tall grass . Your tractor is designed to ON mow lawns , NOT clear brush . • Keep the blades sharp and replace the blades when worn . Refer to the SERVICE section of this manual for proper blade sharpening instructions . MULCHING Figure 13 Tractors come equipped with a mulch kit which IMPORTANT : The engine or electric PTO clutch will incorporates special blades , already standard on your automatically shut off if the PTO is engaged with the tractor , in a process of recirculating grass clippings drive pedal in position for reverse travel . Refer to repeatedly beneath the cutting deck . The ultra - fine SAFETY INTERLOCK SWITCHES earlier in this clippings are then forced back into the lawn where they section . act as a natural fertilizer . Observe the following recommendations for the best results when mulching . USING THE LIFT LEVER To raise the cutting deck , move the lift lever to the left , Carriage Screw then place it in the notch best suited for your application . Refer to SETTING THE CUTTING HEIGHT earlier in this section . MOWING WARNING : To help avoid blade contact or a thrown object injury , keep bystanders , Cupped helpers , children and pets at least 75 feet from Washer the machine while it is in operation . Stop machine if anyone enters the area . This tractor is equipped with a high quality cutting deck . The following information will be helpful when using the cutting deck with your tractor . Mulch Plug Plastic Wing Nut WARNING : Plan your mowing pattern to Figure 14 avoid discharge of materials toward roads , • Do NOT attempt to mulch more than 1 / 3 the total sidewalks , bystanders and the like . Also , height of the grass or approximately 1 - 1 / 2 inches . avoid discharging material against a wall or Doing so will cause the clippings to clump up obstruction which may cause discharged beneath the deck and not be mulched effectively . material to ricochet back toward the operator . • Maintain a slow ground speed to allow the grass clippings more time to effectively be mulched . • Do not mow at high ground speed , especially if a • Always position the throttle control lever in the mulch kit or grass collector is installed . FAST ( rabbit ) position and allow it to remain there • For best results it is recommended that the first two while mowing . Failing to keep the engine at full laps be cut with the discharge thrown towards the throttle places strain on the tractor’s engine and center . After the first two laps , reverse the direction does not allow the blades to properly mulch grass . to throw the discharge to the outside for the balance of cutting . This will give a better appearance to the NOTE : It is not necessary to remove the discharge lawn . chute to operate the mower with the mulch kit installed . • Do not cut the grass too short . Short grass invites weed growth and yellows quickly in dry weather . NOTE : The mulch kit is installed on models equipped • Mowing should always be done with the engine at with a 42 - inch deck . It is packed separately ( with an full throttle . instruction sheet ) in the crate on models equipped with • Never attempt to mulch if the lawn is damp . Wet a 46 - inch deck . grass tends to stick to the underside of the cutting deck preventing proper mulching of the clippings . 17
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• Turn the key one notch counterclockwise into the To operate the cutting deck without mulching , simply On / Lights position of the ignition switch . Refer to remove the mulch plug by unthreading the plastic wing Figure 9 . nut and removing the cupped washer , which fastens it To turn the tractor’s headlights off : to the cutting deck . This will allow the clippings to discharge out the side . See Figure 14 . • Turn the key either into the On position ( to leave the engine running ) or the Off position ( to shut the OPERATING THE HEADLIGHTS engine off ) . Refer to Figure 9 . To turn the tractor’s headlights on : NOTE : Never move the key into the Start position • Start the engine following the instructions earlier in while the engine is running . Doing so may cause this section . damage to your engine’s electric starter . SECTION 7 : MAKING ADJUSTMENTS position ) and rotate the blade nearest the discharge WARNING : Never attempt to make any chute so that it is parallel with the tractor . adjustments while the engine is running , • Measure the distance from the front of the blade tip except where specified in the operator’s to the ground and the rear of the blade tip to the manual . ground . WARNING : Disconnect the spark plug • The first measurement taken should be between wire ( s ) and ground against the engine before 1 / 4 " and 3 / 8 " less than the second measurement . performing any adjustments , repairs or • Determine the approximate distance necessary for maintenance . proper adjustment and proceed , if necessary , to the next step . LEVELING THE DECK • Loosen the two jam nuts on the rear side of the deck stabilizer bracket . See Figure 15A . NOTE : Check the tractor’s tire pressure before • Locate the two lock nuts on the opposite side of the performing any deck leveling adjustments . Refer to stabilizer bracket . See Figure 15A . Tighten the lock TIRES in the maintenance section of this manual for nuts to raise the front of the deck ; loosen the lock further information regarding tire pressure . nuts to lower the front of the deck . • Retighten the two jam nuts loosened earlier when Front To Rear proper adjustment is achieved . The front of the cutting deck is supported by a stabilizer Side to Side bar that can adjusted to level the deck from front to rear . The front of the deck should be between 1 / 4 - inch and If the cutting deck appears to be mowing unevenly , a 3 / 8 - inch lower than the rear of the deck . Adjust if side to side adjustment can be performed . Adjust if necessary as follows : necessary as follows : • With the tractor parked on a firm , level surface , place the deck lift lever in the top notch ( highest Lock B A Nuts ck De Stabilizer Bracket Deck Jam ts Nu ar Adjustment Ge Hex Cap Screw SIDE TO SIDE FRONT TO REAR Figure 15 18
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• With the tractor parked on a firm , level surface , place the deck lift lever in the top notch ( highest position ) and rotate both blades so that they are perpendicular with the tractor . • Measure the distance from the outside of the left Screws blade tip to the ground and the distance from the outside of the right blade tip to the ground . Both measurements taken should be equal . If they’re not , proceed to the next step . • Loosen , but do NOT remove , the hex cap screw on the left deck hanger bracket . See Figure 15B . • Balance the deck by using a wrench to turn the Seat Pivot adjustment gear ( found immediately behind the hex Bracket cap screw just loosened ) clockwise / up or counterclockwise / down . • The deck is properly balanced when both blade tip measurements taken earlier are equal . • Retighten the hex cap screw on the left deck hanger Figure 17 bracket when proper adjustment is achieved . SEAT ADJUSTMENT Before operating this machine , WARNING : Knobs make sure the seat is engaged in the seat stop , stand behind the machine and pull back on seat until fully engaged into stop . Quick - Adjust Seat ( if so equipped ) To adjust the position of the seat , move the seat adjustment lever to the left and slide the seat forward or rearward . Make sure seat is locked into position before operating the tractor . See Figure 16 . Seat Figure 18 PARKING BRAKE ADJUSTMENT Never attempt to adjust the WARNING : brakes while the engine is running . Always Seat Adjustment Lever disengage PTO , move shift lever into neutral position , stop engine and remove key to Figure 16 prevent unintended starting . Standard Seat If the tractor does not come to a complete stop when the To adjust the position of the seat on models not brake pedal is completely depressed , or if the tractor’s equipped with a seat adjustment lever , loosen , but do rear wheels can roll with the parking brake applied , the NOT remove the four screws which secure the seat to brake is in need of adjustment . The brake disc can be the seat pivot bracket . Slide the seat forward or found on the right side of the transmission in the rear of backward until desired position is reached . Retighten the tractor . Adjust if necessary as follows : the four screws . See Figure 17 . • Looking at the transmission from the right side of Knob Adjustment Seat ( if so equipped ) the tractor , locate the compression spring and To adjust the position of the seat on models so brake disc . See Figure 19 . equipped , loosen the two knobs on the bottom of the • Carefully remove the cotter pin from the crown nut seat . Slide the seat forward or backward as desired . on the right side of the brake assembly . Retighten the two knobs . See Figure 18 . 19
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• Using a feeler gauge , check the gap between the Zerk Fitting Hex Nut and brake disc and the brake puck . Proper gap is Pivot Bar ( if so equipped ) Lock Washer 0.011 " . • Tighten the crown nut until the proper gap is achieved . • Install a new cotter pin ( part 714 - 0111 ) on the Axle crown nut . Crown Nut Drag Link Jam Nut Ball Joint Brake Disc Figure 20 • Thread the ball joint toward the jam nut to shorten the drag link . Thread the ball joint away from the jam nut to lengthen the drag link . • Replace hex nut and lock washer and retighten the Hydrostatic jam nut after proper adjustment is achieved . Brake Rod Transmission NOTE : Threading the ball joints too far onto the drag NOTE : View shown from beneath tractor . links will cause the front tires to " toe - in " too far . Proper Figure 19 toe - in is between 1 / 16 " and 5 / 16 " . STEERING ADJUSTMENT Front tire toe - in can be measured as follows : • Place the steering wheel in position for straight If the tractor turns tighter in one direction than the other , ahead travel . or if the ball joints are being replaced due to damage or • In front of the axle , measure the distance wear , the steering drag links may need to be adjusted . horizontally from the inside of the left rim to the Adjust the drag links so that equal lengths are threaded inside of the right rim . Note the distance . into the ball joint on the left side and the ball joint on the • Behind the axle , measure the distance horizontally right side : from the inside of the left rim to the inside of the • Loosen the jam nut found on the drag link at the right rim . Note the distance . rear of the ball joint . See Figure 20 . • The measurement taken in front of the axle should • Remove the hex nut and lock washer on the top of be between 1 / 16 " and 5 / 16 " less than the ball joint . See Figure 20 . measurement taken behind the axle . • Adjust if necessary . SECTION 8 : MAINTENANCE recommended . It may cause damage to electrical WARNING : Before performing any components , spindles , pulleys , bearings or the engine . maintenance or repairs , disengage PTO , The use of water will result in a shortened life of the move shift lever into neutral position , set tractor and reduce its serviceability . parking brake , stop engine and remove key to prevent unintended starting . Deck Wash System ( Optional ) Your tractor’s deck is equipped with water ports on its CLEANING THE ENGINE AND DECK surface as part of its deck wash system . Any fuel or oil spilled on the machine should be wiped Use the Deck Wash System to rinse grass clippings off promptly . from the deck’s underside and prevent build - up of Do NOT allow debris to accumulate around the cooling corrosive chemicals . Complete the following steps after fins of the engine or on any other part of the machine , each mowing : especially the belts and pulleys . 1 . Drive the tractor to a level , clear spot on your lawn , near enough to a water sillcock ( spigot ) for your IMPORTANT : The use of a pressure washer or garden hose to reach . garden hose to clean your tractor is NOT 20
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Changing Engine Oil • Unscrew oil fill cap and remove dipstick from the oil fill tube . See Figure 22 . • Pop open the protective cap on the end of the oil drain valve to expose the oil drain port . See Figure 22 . • Push oil drain hose ( packed with unit ) onto the oil drain port . Route the opposite end of the hose into an appropriate oil collection container with a capacity great enough to collect the used oil . • Push the oil drain valve in slightly , then rotate counterclockwise and pull outward to begin draining Hose Coupler ( Shown without oil . See Figure 22 . Hose Attached ) Water Port • Service the oil filter ( if so equipped ) as instructed in the separate engine manual packed with your unit . Figure 21 Perform the above steps in the opposite order after oil IMPORTANT : Make certain the tractor’s discharge has finished draining . chute is directed away from your house , parked cars , • Refill the engine with new motor oil . etc . IMPORTANT : Refill the engine with the proper 2 . Disengage PTO , move shift lever into the neutral capacity and weight of motor oil as instructed in the position , set the parking brake , and stop engine . separate engine manual . 3 . Thread the hose coupler ( packaged with this manual ) onto the end of your garden hose . Service air cleaner every 25 hours under normal 4 . Attach the hose coupler to the water port on your conditions . Clean every few hours under extremely deck’s surface . See Figure 21 . dusty condition . To service the air cleaner , refer to the 5 . Turn the water on . separate engine manual packed with your unit . 6 . While sitting in the operator’s position on the tractor , The spark plug ( s ) should be cleaned and the gap reset re - start the engine and place the throttle lever in the once a season . Spark plug replacement is FAST ( rabbit ) position . recommended at the start of each mowing season ; 7 . Engage the tractor’s PTO . check engine manual for correct plug type and gap 8 . Remain in the operator’s position with the cutting specifications . deck engaged for a minimum of two minutes , Oil Fill Cap allowing the underside of the cutting deck to Protective Cap throughly rinse . Oil Drain Hose 9 . Disengage the tractor’s PTO . 10 . Turn the ignition key to the STOP position to turn the tractor’s engine off . 11 . Turn the water off and detach the hose coupler from the water port on your decks surface . Repeat step 4 - 11 on the opposite side of the cutting deck . ENGINE Refer to the separate engine manual for engine Oil Fill Tube maintenance instructions . Oil Drain Valve Oil Drain Port Check engine oil level before each use as instructed in NOTE : Single - cylinder engine shown . the separate engine manual packed with your unit . Valve location will vary with engine style . Read and follow instructions carefully . Figure 22 SECTION 9 : LUBRICATION WARNING : Before lubricating , repairing , or Engine inspecting , always disengage PTO , move Lubricate the engine with motor oil as instructed in the shift lever into neutral position , set parking Engine Owner’s Manual packed with your unit . brake , stop engine and remove key to prevent unintended starting . 21
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Pivot Points & Linkage Front Wheels Lubricate all the pivot points on the drive system , Each of the front wheel axles is equipped with a grease parking brake and lift linkage at least once a season fitting . Lubricate with a grease gun after every 25 hours with light oil . of tractor operation . Transmission Rear Wheels The hydrostatic transmission is sealed at the factory . The rear wheels should be removed from the axles Oil level cannot be checked nor can the oil be changed . once a season . Lubricate the axles and the rims well with an all - purpose grease before re - installing them . SECTION 10 : SERVICE The blades may be removed as follows . TIRES • Remove the deck from beneath the tractor , ( refer to WARNING : Never exceed the maximum DECK REMOVAL ) then gently flip the deck over to inflation pressure shown on the sidewall of the expose its underside . tire . • Place a block of wood between the center deck housing baffle and the cutting blade to act as a The recommended operating tire pressure is 10 psi for stabilizer . See Figure 23 . the rear tires and 14 psi for the front tires . Refer to the • Use a 15 / 16 " wrench to remove the hex flange nut tire sidewall for exact tire manufacturer’s recommended that secures the blade to the spindle assembly . See or maximum psi . Do not overinflate . Uneven tire Figure 23 . pressure could cause the cutting deck to mow unevenly . To properly sharpen the cutting blades , remove equal amounts of metal from both ends of the blades along CUTTING BLADES the cutting edges , parallel to the trailing edge , at a 25 ° to 30 ° angle . See Figure 24 . Hex Flange Nut IMPORTANT : If the cutting edge of the blade has Wood Block 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 24 . 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 . Blade Separation Spindle Assembly Figure 23 WARNING : Periodically inspect the blade adapter and / or spindle for cracks or damage , Worn Blade Edge especially if you strike a foreign object . Wind Wing Replace immediately if damaged . WARNING : Be sure to shut the engine off , remove ignition key , disconnect the spark plug 5 / 8 " wire ( s ) and ground against the engine to minimum prevent unintended starting before removing Sharpen Edge Evenly the cutting blade ( s ) for sharpening or replacement . Protect your hands by using Figure 24 heavy gloves or a rag to grasp the cutting blade . 22
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When replacing the blade , be sure to install the blade IMPORTANT : Never jump your tractor’s dead battery with the side of the blade marked ‘ ‘ Bottom ’ ’ ( or with a with the battery of a running vehicle . part number stamped in it ) facing the ground when the • Connect end of one jumper cable to the positive mower is in the operating position . terminal of the good battery , then the other end to the positive terminal of the dead battery . BATTERY • Connect the other jumper cable to the negative The battery is sealed and is maintenance - free . Acid terminal of the good battery , then to the frame of the levels cannot be checked . unit with the dead battery . WARNING : Shield eyes ( e . g . goggles , face WARNING : Failure to use this procedure shield ) and protect skin and clothing when could cause sparking , and the gas in either handling battery acid or a battery containing battery could explode . acid . WARNING : Do not use the tractor battery • Always keep the battery cables and terminals clean to start other vehicles . and free of corrosive build - up . • After cleaning the battery and terminals , apply a Cleaning the battery light coat of petroleum jelly or grease to both Keep the terminals and the top of the battery clean and terminals free from corrosion . Clean the battery with baking soda • Always keep the rubber boot positioned over the or a commercial battery cleaner . If necessary , scrape positive terminal to prevent shorting . the battery terminals with a wire brush to remove IMPORTANT : If removing the battery for any reason , deposits . Coat terminals and exposed wiring with disconnect the NEGATIVE ( Black ) wire from it’s grease or petroleum jelly to prevent corrosion . terminal first , followed by the POSITIVE ( Red ) wire . CAUTION : Do not allow any cleaning solution to get When re - installing the battery , always connect the inside the battery . POSITIVE ( Red ) wire its terminal first , followed by the NEGATIVE ( Black ) wire . Be certain that the wires are Battery failures connected to the correct terminals ; reversing them Some common causes for battery failure are : could change the polarity and cause damage to your engine’s alternating system . • incorrect initial activation • undercharging IMPORTANT : • overcharging • corroded connections 1 . Battery wires must be connected to the correct • freezing terminals . Reversing them could change the polarity and damage engine’s alternating system . These failures are NOT covered by your tractor’s 2 . Do not jump - start a damaged battery . warranty . 3 . When storing the battery , disconnect the negative terminal and store with full charge . FUSES Charging Two fuses are installed in your tractor’s wiring harness If the unit has not been put into use for an extended to protect the tractor’s electrical system from damage period of time , charge the battery with an automotive - caused by excessive amperage . type 12 - volt charger for a minimum of one hour at six If the electrical system does not function , or your amps . tractor’s engine will not crank , first check to be certain that the fuse has not blown . See Figure 25 . WARNING : Batteries give off an explosive gas while charging . Charge battery in a well ventilated area and keep away from an open flame or pilot light as on a water heater , space heater , furnace , clothes dryer or other gas appliances . GOOD BAD JUMP STARTING Figure 25 When removing or installing WARNING : One can be found under the hood mounted behind the the battery , follow these instructions to top of the dash panel on the support bar . prevent the screwdriver from shorting against The other can be found under the seat mounted to the the frame . inside of the tractor frame next to the battery tray . Pull the fuse out and inspect it to determine if it is good or blown . 23
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WARNING : Always use a fuse with the IMPORTANT : The V - belts found on your tractor are same amperage capacity for replacement . specially designed to engage and disengage safely . A substitute ( non - OEM ) V - belt can be dangerous by not disengaging completely . For a proper working machine , CUTTING DECK REMOVAL use factory approved belts . To properly remove the cutting deck , proceed as To change or replace the deck belts on your tractor , follows : proceed as follows : • Place the PTO knob in the disengaged ( OFF ) • Lower the deck by moving the deck lift lever into the position and engage the parking brake . bottom notch on the right fender . • Lower the deck by moving the deck lift lever into the • Remove the belt guards by removing the self - bottom notch on the right fender . tapping screws that fasten them to the deck . • Grasp the rearmost portion of the PTO idler bracket Support Pin and pivot it toward the discharge chute to relieve tension on the PTO belt . • Remove the PTO belt from the engine pulley ( or electric PTO clutch ) and the PTO idler pulley ( s ) . • Grasp the deck idler pulley and pivot it toward the left side of the deck to relieve tension on the deck belt . • Remove the deck belt from around all pulleys , including the deck idler pulley . • Route the new belts as shown in Figure 28 and Figure 28 . • Remount the belt guards removed earlier . CHANGING THE TRANSMISSION DRIVE Figure 26 BELT • Remove the PTO belt from around the electric PTO All belts on your tractor are subject to wear and should clutch and from around the PTO idler pulley ( s ) . be replaced if any signs of wear are present . NOTE : The deck belt on the deck does NOT need to IMPORTANT : The V - belts found on your tractor are be removed in order to remove the deck . specially designed to engage and disengage safely . A substitute ( non - OEM ) V - belt can be dangerous by not • Looking at the cutting deck from the left side of the disengaging completely . For a proper working machine , tractor , locate the deck support pin on the rear left use factory approved belts . side of the deck . • Pull the deck support pin outward to release the To change or replace the drive belt on your tractor , deck from the deck lift arm . See Figure 26 . proceed as follows : • Rotate the pin slightly toward the rear of the tractor • Remove the cutting deck as instructed earlier in this and release the pin into the hole provided . section . • Repeat the above steps on the right side of the • After disconnecting the battery cables , remove the tractor . battery and battery tray from beneath the seat . • Move the deck lift lever into the top notch on the right fender to raise the lift arms out of the way . NOTE : When removing the battery , disconnect the • Gently slide the cutting deck toward the front of the NEGATIVE ( Black ) wire from it’s terminal first , followed tractor allowing the hooks on the deck to release by the POSITIVE ( Red ) wire . Re - install in reverse themselves from the deck stabilizer rod . order . Proper removal of the drive belt requires the • Gently slide the cutting deck ( from the right side ) removal of several tractor components . Read through out from underneath the tractor . the following procedure prior to attempting it to determine if you feel you could successfully complete it . CHANGING THE DECK BELT & PTO BELT If you don’t , see your authorized dealer to have the belt changed . WARNING : Be sure to shut the engine off , remove ignition key , disconnect the spark IMPORTANT : Note the routing of the lower drive belt plug wire ( s ) and ground against the engine to around all the pulleys and the belt keepers ( if present ) prevent unintended starting before removing BEFORE performing the following steps . the belt ( s ) . All belts on your tractor are subject to wear and should be replaced if any signs of wear are present . 24
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Models with Manual PTO Engine Pulley PTO Idler Bracket Deck belt ( Bottom ) Left Hand Pulley ( mounted on tractor ) PTO belt ( Top ) Right Hand Pulley ( beneath belt guard ) Deck Idler Pulley Center Pulley NOTE : Left hand belt cover not shown for clarity . Self - Tapping Screws Figure 27 Models with Electric PTO PTO Idler Bracket Electric PTO Clutch ( mounted on tractor ) Deck Idler Pulley Deck belt ( Bottom ) PTO belt ( Top ) Right Hand Double Pulley ( beneath belt guard ) Left Hand Double Pulley Center Pulley Self - Tapping Screws NOTE : Left hand belt cover not shown for clarity . Figure 28 any washers or spacers which may be found on top • Locate the fixed v - idler pulley found on the left of the electric PTO clutch or engine pulley . underside of the frame . See Figure 29 . • On units equipped with an electric PTO , the engine • Grasp the belt on both sides of the pulley and pulley is located directly above the electric PTO gently move it toward the left frame rail allowing it to clutch . Lower the engine pulley far enough to be unseat itself from the fixed v - idler . See Figure 29 . able to remove the upper drive belt from around it . • Pivot the double - idler bracket forward slightly before removing the idler extension spring from the IMPORTANT : When remounting the electric PTO stud and the double - idler bracket itself . Do NOT clutch ( or engine pulley ) , torque the center hex bolt to discard the spring . between 38 foot - pounds and 50 foot - pounds . • Roll the drive belt out from around both the v - idler pulley and the flat idler pulley found on the double - • Remove the drive belt by feeding it from front to idler bracket . rear , toward the hydrostatic transmission . See • Carefully unplug the tractor’s wire harness from the Figure 29 . connector on the electric PTO clutch ( if present ) . • Continue removing the drive belt by gently lifting it • Remove the hex bolt from the center of the electric off of the transmission pulley and over the cooling PTO clutch ( or the engine pulley ) and gently lower it fan . off of the engine crankshaft . Be careful not to lose 25
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Transmission Pulley Fixed V - idler Pulley ( Beneath Cooling Fan ) Left Frame Rail V - idler Pulley Flat idler Pulley Idler Extension Spring Engine Pulley Double - Idler Bracket Drive Belt FRONT OF TRACTOR Hydrostatic NOTE : View shown from above tractor . Transmission Figure 29 IMPORTANT : The fins on the cooling fan are only HYDROSTATIC TRANSMISSION slightly flexible . Be careful not to damage the fan when The hydrostatic transmission is sealed at the factory and removing the drive belt from around the transmission is maintenance free . The fluid level cannot be checked pulley . nor can the oil be changed . Always keep the area around the transmission cooling fan free of grass and • Reroute the new belt around the pulleys and belt debris at all times . keepers , if present , EXACTLY as the old one was routed . Refer to Figure 29 . SECTION 11 : OFF - SEASON STORAGE • Refer to the engine manual for correct engine If the machine is to be inoperative for a period longer storage instructions . The engine must be completely than 30 days , prepare for storage as follows . drained of fuel to prevent gum deposits from forming WARNING : Never store the machine or fuel on essential carburetor parts , fuel lines and fuel container indoors where there is an open tanks . flame , spark or pilot light such as on water • It is not necessary to remove the battery from the heater , furnace , clothes dryer or other gas tractor for storage . However , clean the top of the appliance . battery and make sure it has full charge . Disconnect the negative terminal of the battery before storing WARNING : Use a fuel stabilizer additive or the tractor . drain the fuel into an approved container • Store unit in a clean , dry area . outdoors , away from an open flame . Allow engine to cool . Extinguish cigarettes , cigars , NOTE : When storing any type of power equipment in pipes and other sources of ignition prior to an unventilated or metal storage shed , care should be draining fuel . taken to rustproof the equipment . Using a light oil or silicone , coat the equipment , especially any chains , • Clean the engine and the entire unit thoroughly . springs , bearings and cables . • Lubricate all lubrication points . Wipe the entire machine with an oiled rag to protect the painted metal surfaces . 26
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SECTION 12 : TROUBLESHOOTING Trouble Possible Cause ( s ) Corrective Action 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 not in correct position Place throttle lever to fast or choke ( if so equipped ) . Choke not activated Activate choke . Fuel tank empty , or stale fuel . Fill tank with clean , fresh ( less than 30 days old ) gas . Blocked fuel line . Clean fuel line or replace fuel filter , if so equipped . Faulty spark plug . Clean , adjust gap or replace plug . Engine flooded . Crank engine with throttle in FAST position . Engine runs erratic Unit running with CHOKE applied . Place throttle lever in FAST position . 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 Spark plug gap too close . Remove spark plug and reset the gap to . 030 ” . RPM Idles poorly Spark plug fouled , faulty or gap too Replace spark plug . Set plug gap to . 030 ” . wide . Dirty air cleaner . Replace air cleaner cartridge / element or clean pre - cleaner , if so equipped . Excessive vibration Cutting blade loose or unbalanced or Tighten blade and spindle . Balance blade . damaged . Replace blade . Mower will not mulch Engine speed low . Place throttle in FAST position . grass Wet grass . Do not mow when grass is wet ; wait until later to cut . Excessively high grass . Mow once at a higher 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 . 27
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61 62 20 51 71 52 53 63 27 30 40 29 68 38 28 27 71 65 70 16 71 39 67 72 33 21 22 34 75 37 4 27 32 10 15 14 71 21 69 17 35 4 73 48 10 9 6 24 14 23 74 21 19 15 66 8 64 71 1 23 13 * 8 18 11 * 712 - 0271 in lower hole on Style 7 only / 71 * 712 - 0271 dans le trou inférieur sur Style 7 seulement . † 4 7 † Style 7 - Use # 4 ( 710 - 0924 ) / 3 - Utilisez no . 4 ( 710 - 0924 ) 49 † Style 8 - Use # 71 ( 710 - 0599 ) on RH side panel only . - Utilisez no . 71 ( 710 - 0599 ) sur le panneau latéral droit seulement * 3 * 710 - 0751 in lower hole on Style 7 only / * 710 - 0751 dans le trou inférieur sur Style 7 seulement . 28
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REF . PART NO . NO . N ° . DE N ° DE RÉF . PIÈCE DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION 1 683 - 0195 Hood Pivot Brkt Ass'y Support de capot 3 710 - 0751 Hex Bolt 1 / 4 - 20 x . 62 Gr . 5 Boulon hexagonale 1 / 4 - 20 x 0,62 Qual . 5 4 710 - 0924 Truss Mach Scr 1 / 4 - 20 x . 75 " Lg . Vis de renforcement à usinée 1 / 4 - 20 x 0,75 po lg 6 710 - 0351 Truss Mach B - Tapp Scr # 10 x . 50 Vis de renforcement taraudée no 10 x 0,50 7 710 - 0376 Hex . Scr 5 / 16 - 18 x 1.00 Gr . 5 Vis à tête hex . 5 / 16 - 18 x 1,00 Qual . 5 8 712 - 0271 Sems Hex Nut 1 / 4 - 20 Écrou Sems hex 1 / 4 - 20 9 712 - 0292 Speed Nut Écrou rapide 10 712 - 0130 Hex Ins Locknut 3 / 8 - 16 Contre - écrou à callet hex . de 3 / 8 - fil . 16 11 726 - 0211 " U " NUT 5 / 16 - 18 Écrou en « U » 5 / 16 - 18 13 731 - 1854A Lens Style " 8 " Lentille style 8 14 735 - 0126 Rubber Washer . 33 ID x . 87 OD x . 32 Rondelle en caoutchouc 0,33 DI x 0,87 DE x 0,32 15 736 - 3039 FlatWasher . 406 x 1.5 x 11 GA Rondelle plate 0,406 x 1,50 x 11 GA 16 746 - 1085A Choke Cable ( Intek Twin ) Câble du volet de départ ( moteur Intek bicylindre ) 17 783 - 0475B LH Side Panel Panneau latéral - gauche 18 783 - 0476C RH Side Panel Panneau latéral - droit 19 783 - 0477A Grille Grille 20 783 - 0478A Hood ( Style 8 ) Capot ( style 8 ) 21 783 - 1495 Hood Hinge Bracket Support 22 783 - 0553A Hood Support Bracket ( Style 8 ) Support du capot ( style 8 ) 23 710 - 0726 Hex Wash HD AB Tap Scr 5 / 16 - 12 x . 75 Vis taraudée 5 / 16 - 12 x 0,75 24 751 - 0658D Fuel Tank 3 gal . Réservoir de carburant ( 3 gal . ) 24 751 - 0659C Fuel Tank ( 2 gal . ) Réservoir de carburant ( 2 gal . ) 25 751 - 0603 Cap - Fuel Capuchon d'essence 27 710 - 0895 Hex Tapp Scr 1 / 4 - 15 x . 75 " Lg . Vis taraudée à tête hex de 1 / 4 - 15 x 0,75 po de lg 28 710 - 3217 Torx Screw , # 8 - 32 x . 375 Vis Torx no 8 - 32 x 0,375 po 29 712 - 0142 Flat Washer 1 / 4 " ID Rondelle plate 1 / 4 DI 30 731 - 1857 Throttle Control Lever Manette de l'obturateur 31 731 - 2122C Dash Panel ( models with manual PTO ) Tableau de bord ( modèles avec p . d . f . manuelle ) 32 731 - 2228 Plastic Plug Bouchon de plastique 33 731 - 04217 Parking Brake Button Bouton de frein de stationnement 34 736 - 0142 FlatWasher . 281 ID x . 50 OD x . 063 Rondelle plate 0,281 DI x 0,50 DE x 0,063 35 747 - 1196 PivotRod Tige de pivot 37 747 - 1184 Hood Plenum Chambre de capot 38 731 - 2247A Hood Plenum Chambre de capot 39 726 - 3046 Ratchet Clip . 25 Dia . Attache 0,25 dia . 40 725 - 1752 Electric PTO Switch ( if so equipped ) Commutateur de la p . d . f . élec . ( le cas échéant ) 48 725 - 1649 Socket Douille 49 710 - 1652 Hex Wash Hd TT Scr . 1 / 4 - 20 x . 625 Vis taraudée 1 / 4 - 20 x 0,625 51 725 - 1745 Ignition Key w / plastic cover Clé de contact et capuchon en plastique 51 725 - 1744 Ignition Key w / o plastic cover Clé de contact sans capuchon en plastique 52 725 - 1741 Ignition Switch Commutateur d'allumage 53 725 - 04036A Systems Indicator Monitor w / Hour Meter Écran de contrôle / compteur d'heures 53 725 - 04156 Sys . Ind . Monitor w / ammeter - w / o lights Écran de contrôle avec ammètre - sans phare 61 731 - 2300 Hood - Red ( Style 7 ) Capot - rouge ( style 7 ) 62 731 - 2306 Hood Plenum Chambre de capot 63 783 - 1034 Hood Bracket ( Style 7 ) Support de capot ( style 7 ) 64 710 - 0456 Hex Drilling Screw No . 10 x . 50 Vis de perçage à tête hexagonale no 10 x 0,50 65 731 - 1999 Choke Plug Bouchon - volet de départ 66 710 - 1611B Screw 5 / 16 - 18 x . 75 Vis 5 / 16 - 18 x 0,75 67 736 - 0270 Cupped Washer . 265 ID x . 75 OD x . 062 Rondelle creuse 0,265 DI x 0,75 DE x 0,062 68 731 - 2232A Intake Bellow ( Kohler and Intek Single ) Soufflet d'admission ( Kohler et Intek monocylindre ) 68 731 - 2234A Intake Bellow ( Intek Twin ) Soufflet d'admission ( motor Intek bicylindre ) 69 725 - 0963 MiniatureLamp 12V Socket Phare miniature 12V 70 710 - 0642 Thd Forming Scr . 1 / 4 - 20 x . 75 Vis taraudée 1 / 4 - 20 x 0,75 71 710 - 0599 Hex Wash S - Tapp Scr 1 / 4 - 20 x . 50 Vis autotaraudeuse à rondelle hex . de 1 / 4 - 20 x 0,5 72 746 - 1084 Choke / Throttle Cable ( Intek Single ) Câble de l'obturateur / volet de départ ( Intek mono ) 72 746 - 1086 Throttle Cable ( Intek Twin ) Câble de l'obturateur ( Intek à cylindres jumelle ) 73 783 - 04323 L . H . Dash Support Plate Support CG - tableau de bord 74 783 - 04285 R . H . Dash Support Plate Support CD - tableau de bord 75 731 - 04215 Cruise Control Button Bouton du régulateur de vitesse 134 - 607 12.03.03 29
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REF . PART NO . NO . N ° . DE N ° DE RÉF . PIÈCE DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION 1 710 - 3015 HexCap Bolt 1 / 4 - 20 x . 75 " Lg . Gr . 5 Boulon 1 / 4 - 20 x 0,75 po de lg . Qual . 5 3 712 - 0324 HexIns . Locknut 1 / 4 - 20 Gr . 8 Nylon Écrou de blocage 1 / 4 - 20 Qual . 8 nylon 4 710 - 0895 HexTapp Scr 1 / 4 - 15 x . 75 " Lg . Vis taraudée à tête hex de 1 / 4 - 15 x 0,75 po de lg 5 710 - 0924 Truss Mach Scr 1 / 4 - 20 x . 75 " Lg . Vis de renforcement à usinée 1 / 4 - 20 x 0,75 po lg 6 710 - 0642 Thd Forming Scr . 1 / 4 - 20 x . 75 Vis taraudée 1 / 4 - 20 x 0,75 7 712 - 0292 SpeedNut Écrou rapide 8 712 - 0429 HexIns . L - Nut 5 / 16 - 18 Gr . 5 Nylon Contre - écrou de blocage 5 / 16 - 18 Qual . 5 nylon 10 747 - 2127 Hood Latch Rod Tige de fermeture du capot 11 731 - 2286 Head Light Lens Bloc - optique du phare 12 683 - 0305 Hood Bracket Assembly Support du capot 13 731 - 2283A Hood Capot 14 731 - 2307B LH Side Panel Panneau latéral CG 15 731 - 2308B RH Side Panel Panneau latéral CD 17 736 - 0342 Flat Washer . 28 ID x . 75 OD Rondelle plate 0,28 DI x 0,75 DE 18 736 - 0173 Flat Washer . 28 ID x . 74 DE x . 063 Rondelle frein 0,28 DI x 0,74 DE x 0,063 19 736 - 3078 Flat Washer . 344 ID x 1.0 Rondelle plate 0,344 DI x 1,0 21 731 - 2284 Hood Plenum Chambre de capot 21 731 - 2358 Hood Plenum - Black Chambre de capot - noir 22 710 - 0726 HexWash HD AB Tap Scr 5 / 16 - 12 x . 75 Vis taraudée 5 / 16 - 12 x 0,75 24 710 - 3217 Torx Screw , # 8 - 32 x . 375 Vis Torx no 8 - 32 x 0,375 po 25 712 - 0142 Flat Washer 1 / 4 " ID Rondelle plate 1 / 4 DI 26 731 - 0071E Dash Panel , 4 - style ( w / electric PTO ) Tableau de bord , style 4 ( avec p . d . f . électrique ) 26 731 - 0069D Dash Panel Style 4 ( w / manual PTO ) Tableau de bord , style 4 ( avec p . d . f . manuelle ) 27 731 - 04214 Cruise Control Button Bouton du régulateur de vitesse 28 731 - 1857 Throttle Control Lever Manette de l'obturateur 29 731 - 04213 Parking Brake Button Bouton du frein de stationnement 30 747 - 1155 Brake / Cruise Pivot Rod Tige de pivotement du frein / régulateur de vitesse 32 783 - 1000A Grille Support Bracket Support de la calandre 33 751 - 0603 Cap - Fuel Capuchon d'essence 34 751 - 0658D Fuel Tank 3 gal . Réservoir de carburant ( 3 gal . ) 34 751 - 0659C Fuel Tank ( 2 gal . ) Réservoir de carburant ( 2 gal . ) 35 725 - 1745 IgnitionKey w / plastic cover Clé de contact et capuchon en plastique 35 725 - 1744 Ignition Key w / o plastic cover Clé de contact sans capuchon en plastique 36 746 - 1085A Choke Cable ( Intek Twin ) Câble du volet de départ ( moteur Intek bicylindre ) 37 725 - 1752 Electric PTO Switch ( if so equipped ) Commutateur de la p . d . f . élec . ( le cas échéant ) 38 731 - 2232A Intake Bellow ( Kohler and Intek Single ) Soufflet d'admission ( Kohler et Intek monocylindre ) 39 725 - 04036A Systems Indicator Monitor w / Hour Meter Écran de contrôle / compteur d'heures 39 725 - 04036 Systems Ind . Mon . w / Hour Mtr Curved Face Écran de contrôle / compteur d'heures - surface courbé 40 736 - 0142 Flat Washer . 281 ID x . 50 OD x . 063 Rondelle plate 0,281 DI x 0,50 DE x 0,063 41 725 - 1741 IgnitionSwitch Commutateur d'allumage 45 746 - 1086 Throttle Cable ( Intek Twin ) Câble de l'obturateur ( Intek a cylindres jumelle ) 45 746 - 1084 Choke / Throttle Cable ( Intek Single ) Câble de l'obturateur / volet de départ ( Intek mono ) 46 725 - 1649 Socket Douille 47 725 - 0963 Miniature Lamp 12V Socket Phare miniature 12V 49 783 - 0462 Bracket - PTO Switch Support - bouton de la prise de force 50 710 - 0376 Hex . Scr 5 / 16 - 18 x 1.00 Gr . 5 Vis à tête hex . 5 / 16 - 18 x 1,00 Qual . 5 51 726 - 04029 Ratchet Clip . 30 Dia . Attache 0,30 dia . 52 735 - 04023 Accessory Net Filet d'accessoire 53 710 - 1611B Screw5 / 16 - 18 x . 75 Vis 5 / 16 - 18 x 0,75 54 726 - 0201 Push Speed Nut Écrou rapide d'enfoncer 55 731 - 1999 Choke Plug Bouchon - voletde départ 56 710 - 0599 HexWash S - Tapp Scr 1 / 4 - 20 x . 50 Vis autotaraudeuse à rondelle hex . de 1 / 4 - 20 x 0,5 57 783 - 04285 R . H . Dash Support Plate Support CD - tableau de bord 58 783 - 04323 L . H . Dash Support Plate Support CG - tableau de bord 134 - 806 11.11.03 31
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56 67 49 66 65 Models w / Manually Adjusting Seat 43 Modèles avec siège à 39 42 réglage manuelle 56 46 14 47 63 Models w / Quick - Adjust seat 41 40 Modèles avec siège à 55 65 37 16 réglage facile 48 44 45 77 44 47 38 30 28 36 13 6 35 54 62 31 75 28 74 61 61 11 76 73 57 51 71 68 60 34 33 68 58 72 29 50 69 59 18 2 8 12 23 19 10 22 3 24 20 25 6 69 32 6 52 1 5 26 9 7 32
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REF . PART NO . NO . N ° . DE N ° DE RÉF . PIÈCE DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION 1 747 - 1130B Deck Stabilizer Rod Tige de stabilisation du plateau de coupe 2 683 - 04079 Lift Shaft Assembly Arbre de relevage 2 683 - 04118 Lift Shaft Assembly 54 " Deck Arbre de relevage , plateau de coupe de 54 po 3 711 - 0332 ClevisPin Axe de chappe 5 712 - 0130 HexInsLocknut 3 / 8 - 16 Écrouà insert à six pans de 3 / 8 - fil . 16 6 712 - 0429 HexIns . L - Nut 5 / 16 - 18 Gr . 5 Nylon Contre - écrou de blocage 5 / 16 - 18 Qual . 5 nylon 7 712 - 3083 HexNut , 1 / 2 - 13 Écrouà six pans de 1 / 2 - 13 8 714 - 0104 Int . Cotter Pin 5 / 16 Dia . Goupille fendue 5 / 16 dia . 9 714 - 04023 Internal Cotter Pin . 080 x 1.5625 Goupille - épingle interne 0,080 x 1,5625 10 716 - 0106A E - ring Bague en « E » 11 720 - 0311 Handle Grip Poignée 12 732 - 0874 Torsion Spring Ressort de torsion 13 732 - 1184 Extension Spring . 84 x 4.6 Ressort d'extension , 84 x 4,6 14 736 - 0275 Flat Washer . 34 ID x . 68 OD x . 065 Rondelle plate 0,34 DI x 0,68 DE x 0,065 18 738 - 0138A Shoulder Scr . . 437 Dia x . 47 Vis à épaulement 0,437 Dia x 0,47 19 738 - 0380 Shoulder Screw . 500 x . 25 Vis à épaulement 0,500 x 0,25 20 741 - 0225 HexFlange Bearing . 630 ID Roulement à bride hex de 0,630 DI 22 746 - 0968 Lift Cable , 16.16 Câble de relevage , 16,16 23 747 - 04155 Lift Handle Poignée de relevage 24 756 - 1154 Roller Pulley Poulie à roulement 25 783 - 0678A Arm Lift Bras de relevage 26 783 - 0720A Deck Stabilizer Bracket Support de stabilisation du plateau de coupe 28 710 - 0726 HexWash HD AB Tap Scr 5 / 16 - 12 x . 75 Vis taraudée 5 / 16 - 12 x 0,75 28 710 - 1611B Screw 5 / 16 - 18 x . 75 Vis 5 / 16 - 18 x 0,75 29 710 - 0895 HexTapp Scr 1 / 4 - 15 x . 75 " Lg . Vis taraudée à tête hex de 1 / 4 - 15 x 0,75 po de lg 30 731 - 1990 Lift Lever Cover Gaine de la manette de relevage 31 731 - 2104B Shift Lever Cover w / Cup Holder Gaine de la manette de relevage et porte - boisson 32 736 - 3078 Flat Washer . 344 ID x 1.0 Rondelle plate 0,344 DI x 1,0 33 783 - 0677 Lift Adjustment Bracket Support de réglage du relevage 33 783 - 1010A Lift Adjustment Brkt , ( 607 / 608 ) Support de réglage de relevage ( 607 / 608 ) 34 783 - 04333 Fender ( 604 , 614 , 606 , 616 ) Garde - boue ( 604 , 614 , 606 , 616 ) 34 783 - 04314 Fender ( 607 , 608 ) Garde - boue ( 607 , 608 ) 34 783 - 04459 Fender Style 7 54 " Deck ( 814 , 816 ) Garde - boue style 7 plateau de coupe de 54 po ( 814 , 816 ) 34 783 - 04437 Fender Style 8 Hydro ( 618 ) Garde - boue style 8 hydrostatique ( 618 ) 35 783 - 1489 Seal Mounting Bracket Support de montage de siège 36 710 - 1268 HexB - Tapp Wash Scr # 10 - 16 x . 375 Vis taraudeuse No 10 - 16 x 0,375 37 712 - 0324 HexIns . Locknut 1 / 4 - 20 Gr . 8 Nylon Écrou de blocage 1 / 4 - 20 Qual . 8 nylon 38 720 - 0309A Seat Adjuster Grip Poignée de réglage du siège 39 731 - 04074 Spacer Rondelle d'espacement 40 732 - 0499 Compression Spring 1.5 " Lg Ressort de compression 1,50 po de lg 41 736 - 0175 Wave Spring Washer . 27 ID x . 51 OD x . 03 Rondelle à ressort 0,27 DI x 0,51 DE x 0,030 42 736 - 0204 Flat Washer . 34 ID x . 62 OD x . 03 Rondelle plate 0,34 DI x 0,62 DE x 0,03 43 738 - 0137A Shoulder Screw . 340 x . 285 , 1 / 4 - 20 Vis à épaulement 0,340 x 0,285 , 1 / 4 - 20 44 738 - 0966 Shoulder Screw , . 50 x . 925 , 3 / 8 - 16 Vis à épaulement , 0,50 x 0,925 , 3 / 8 - 16 45 783 - 0611 Seat Stop Arrêtsiège 46 783 - 0738A Seat Pivot Bracket Support de pivotement du siège 47 783 - 0739 Seat Adjustment Lever Manette de réglage du siège 48 783 - 0753 Seat Adjustment Selector Sélecteur de réglage du siège 49 757 - 04003 Seat High Back 15.279 " High - Blk Siège dos haut 15,279 po haut - noir 49 757 - 04011B Seat High Back 11.50 " High Siège dos haut 11,50 po haut 49 757 - 04012A Seat Medium Back 13.643 " High Siège dos moyen 13,643 po haut 49 757 - 04014A Seat Medium Back 11.58 " High Siège dos moyen 11,58 po haut 49 757 - 04015 Seat High Back 15.279 ” w / o Logo Siège 15,279 po dos haut sans logo 49 757 - 04002A Seat Medium Back 11.58 " High - Blk Siège dos moyen 11,58 po haut - noir 49 757 - 04001 Seat Low Back 9.3 " High - Blk Siège 9,30 po haut , dos bas - noir 50 735 - 0656 RHFoot Pad Pédale droite 51 735 - 0657 LHFoot Pad Pédale gauche 52 714 - 0111 Cotter Pin 3 / 32 dia . x 1.00 Lg . Goupille fendue 3 / 32 dia . x 1,00 po de lg . 54 783 - 0209C Seat Lift Bracket Support de siège 55 710 - 0870 HexTap Scr . 3 / 8 - 16 x . 62 Vis taraudée 3 / 8 - 16 x 0,62 po de lg 56 783 - 04081A Seat Pivot Bracket , Manually Adjusted Support de pivotement du siège , ajustement man . 57 735 - 0672 RHFoot Pad , Rubber Patin de pied CD , caoutchouc 58 735 - 0673 LHFoot Pad , Rubber Patin de pied CG , caoutchouc 59 723 - 0484 RHFoot Pad , Grit Patin de pied CD , abrasif 60 723 - 0483 LHFoot Pad , Grit Patin de pied CG , abrasif 61 726 - 3046 Ratchet Clip . 25 Dia . Attache 0,25 dia . 62 738 - 0296 Shoulder Bolt . 437 Dia . x . 268 Vis épaulée 0,437 dia . x 0,268 63 726 - 0201 Push Speed Nut Écrou rapide d'enfoncer 65 738 - 04012 Shoulder Spacer . 625 x . 175 , 3 / 8 - 16 Entretoise épaulée 0,625 x 0,175 , 3 / 8 - 16 66 720 - 04009 Knob , 3 / 8 - 16 x . 625 Poignée , 3 / 8 - 16 x 0,625 67 736 - 0331 Cupped Washer 0.39 ID x 1.13 OD x . 062 Rondelle creuse 0,39 DI x 1,13 DE x 0,062 68 710 - 0602 Hex Wash Hd Tapp Scr 5 / 16 - 18 x 1.00 Vis auto - fileteuse à tête hex et rondelle 5 / 16 - 18 68 710 - 0260A Carriage Bolt 5 / 16 x 18 x . 62 " Lg . Boulon ordinaire 5 / 16 x 18 x 0,62 po de lg 69 736 - 04086 Rubber Washer 1.25 x . 345 x . 25 Rondelle en caoutchouc 1,25 x 0,345 x 0,25 71 710 - 0932 Carriage Bolt 1 / 4 - 20 x 1.00 " Lg . Boulon ordinaire 1 / 4 - 20 x 1,00 po lg . 72 712 - 0271 Sems Hex Nut 1 / 4 - 20 ÉcrouSems hex 1 / 4 - 20 73 731 - 2618 RHFender Flare Aile CD 74 731 - 2619 LH Fender Flare Aile CG 75 731 - 1993 Cover w / Cup Holder Couvercle avec porte - boisson 76 710 - 0599 HexWash S - Tapp Scr 1 / 4 - 20 x . 50 Vis autotaraudeuse à rondelle hex . de 1 / 4 - 20 x 0,5 77 731 - 04591 Cup Holder Porte - boisson 134 - 6051 11.13.03 33
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42 47 56 61 51 54 57 55 43 Torque to 19 400 - 480 IN - LB / Serrez à un couple de 400 - 480 po - lb 50 28 38 Torque to 21 130 - 230 IN - LB / 14 Serrez à un couple de 130 - 230 po - lb 20 4 8 Torque to 22 13 20 22 400 - 480 IN - LB / 13 Serrez à un couple de 6 400 - 480 po - lb 28 18 7 15 12 30 5 28 53 35 30 1 10 53 35 28 3 27 39 25 34 48 40 35 9 45 16 Torque to 150 - 250 IN - LB / Serrez à un couple 31 26 de 150 - 250 po - lb 33 32 33 36 37 29 51 44 Wheel Chart / Tableau de roue 15 x 6 x 6 * ( 600 ) 15 x 6 x 6 15 x 6.5 x 8 15 x 6.5 x 8 15 x 6 x 6 * ( 800 ) Square Shoulder Square Shoulder Square Shoulder Square Shoulder Square Shoulder Épaule carré Épaule carré Épaule carré Épaule carré Épaule carré ( 800 ) ( w / plastic bushing ) ( w / ball bearing ) ( w / plastic bushing ) ( w / ball bearing ) ( w / plastic bushing ) ( avec collet en ( avec roulement ( avec collet en ( avec roulement ( avec collet en plastique ) ( 600 ) à billes ) plastique ) à billes ) plastique ) ( 800 ) Description 634 - 04089 634 - 04099 634 - 04088 634 - 04087 634 - 04088 Wheel Ass'y Complete / Ensemble de roue complet 734 - 1727 734 - 04040 734 - 1731 734 - 1731 734 - 1727 Tire Only / Roue seulement 634 - 04090 634 - 04082 Rim Only / Jante seulement 634 - 04081 634 - 04081 634 - 04091 Valve / Soupape 734 - 0255 734 - 0255 734 - 0255 734 - 0255 734 - 0255 Ball Brg . / Roulement à billes 741 - 3032 741 - 3032 Grease Ftg . / Raccord graisseur 737 - 0224 737 - 0224 Flange Brg . / Roulement à bride 741 - 0516 741 - 0516 741 - 0516 Flange Brg . w / Ftg . / 741 - 0990A 741 - 0990A 741 - 0990A Roulement à bride avec raccord Spacer / Entretoise 750 - 04219 750 - 04219 * Series / séries 34
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REF . PART NO . NO . N ° . DE N ° DE RÉF . PIÈCE DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION 1 683 - 0304C Lower Frame Assembly Châssis inférieur 1 683 - 04099 Lower Frame Assembly Châssis inférieur 3 783 - 0726B RH Pivot Support Bracket Support de pivot droit 4 783 - 0727A LH Pivot Support Bracket Support de pivot gauche 5 783 - 0728 Pivot Bar Bracket Support de la barre de pivotement 6 710 - 04095 Hex Cap Screw 3 / 8 - 16 x 1.00 Gr . 5 Spec . Vis à tête hexagonale 3 / 8 - 16 x 1,00 Qual . 5 Spéc . 7 711 - 1408 RH Drag Link Tige d'entraînement de droite 8 711 - 1409A LH Drag Link Tige d'entraînement CG 9 712 - 0240 Hex Jam Nut 7 / 16 - 20 Gr . 2 Contre - écrou hexagonal 7 / 16 - 20 Qual . 2 10 712 - 0214 Hex Cent L - Nut 3 / 8 - 24 Contre - écrou de blocage 3 / 8 - 24 12 712 - 0459 Flange Lock Nut , 7 / 16 - 20 Contre - écrou à embase 7 / 16 - 20 13 712 - 0429 Hex Ins . L - Nut 5 / 16 - 18 Gr . 5 Nylon Contre - écrou de blocage 5 / 16 - 18 Qual . 5 nylon 14 717 - 1550E Steering Gear , 11 / 90 Ratio Boîtier de direction , rapport de 11 / 90 15 717 - 1554 Steering Pinion Gear Pignon de direction 16 723 - 0448A Ball Joint , 7 / 16 - 20 Joint à rotule de 7 / 16 - 20 18 736 - 3084 Fl . Washer . 510 x 1.120 x . 060 Rondelle frein 0,510 x 1,120 x 0,060 19 738 - 1001A Steering Shaft , . 625 OD x 24.4 Arbre de direction de 0,625 po de D . E . x 24,4 po 20 741 - 0475 Plastic Bushing . 380 ID Manchon en plastique de 0,38 po de D . I . 21 741 - 0656 Hex Flange Bearing , 5 / 8 Palier à collet hex . de 5 / 8 po 22 738 - 0372B Shoulder Spacer Entretoise épaulée 25 638 - 0019A LH Axle Assembly , . 625 Diameter Essieu de gauche , diamètre de 0,625 po 25 638 - 04003 LH Axle Assembly . 750 Dia . Essieu de gauche , diamètre de 0,750 26 638 - 0020A RH Axle Assembly , . 625 Diameter Essieu de droite , diamètre de 0,625 po 26 638 - 04004 RH Axle Assembly . 750 Dia . Essieu de droite , diamètre de 0,750 27 683 - 0128A PivotBar Barre de pivotement 28 712 - 0130 Hex Ins Locknut 3 / 8 - 16 Écrou à insert à six pans de 3 / 8 - fil . 16 29 714 - 0162 Cotter Pin 5 / 32 " Dia . Goupille fendue 5 / 32 po diam . 30 726 - 0214 Push Cap 5 / 8 " Dia Rod Chapeau à enfoncer dia 5 / 8 po 30 726 - 0341 Push Cap , . 750 Capuchon , 0,750 po 31 736 - 0162 Flat Washer . 635 ID x 1.00 OD x . 120 Rondelle plate 0,635 DI x 1,00 DE x 0,120 32 736 - 0316 Flat Washer . 780 ID x 1.56 OD Rondelle plate 0,780 DI x 1,56 DE 33 736 - 0285 Flat Washer 0.640 ID x 1.62 OD x 0.062 Rondelle plate 0,640 DI x 1,62 DE x 0,062 34 738 - 1011 Shoulder Screw , . 50 x 2.20 , 3 / 8 - 16 Vis à épaulement , 0,50 x 2,20 , 3 / 8 - 16 35 741 - 0660A Flange Bearing . 760 x . 941 x 1.0 Palier à collet 0,760 x 0,941 x 1,0 36 See chart on previous page Voir le tableau sur la page précédante 37 731 - 2290A Hub Cap Enjoliveur 38 783 - 0653G Steering Support Bracket Support de direction 39 738 - 0143 Shld . Scr . . 500 Dia . x . 335 " Lg . Vis à épaulement dia . 0,500 po x 0,335 po de lg 40 736 - 0331 Cupped Washer 0.39 ID x 1.13 OD x . 062 Rondelle creuse 0,39 DI x 1,13 DE x 0,062 42 731 - 04040 Steering Wheel Cap - Small w / Logo Capuchon du volant - petit avec logo 43 631 - 04028 Steering Wheel - 3 Spokes Std . Grip Volant - 3 rayons poignée régulière 44 731 - 0484A Plastic Hub Cap Moyeu de roue - plastique 45 719 - 0525C Cast Iron Pivot Bar ( . 750 dia . ) Barre de pivotement en font ( dia . de 0,750 ) 45 719 - 0399B Cast Iron Pivot Bar ( . 625 dia . ) Barre de pivotement en font ( 0,625 dia . ) 47 710 - 0643 Hex Screw 5 / 16 - 18 x 1.00 Special Gr . 5 Vis à tête hex . 5 / 16 - 18 x 1,00 spéciale Qual . 5 48 731 - 1291A Pivot Bar End Cap Capuchon d'extrémité de la barre pivotement 50 710 - 0514 Hex Screw 3 / 16 x 1.00 Vis à tête hexagonale 3 / 8 - 16 x 1,00 51 736 - 3004 Flat Washer . 406 ID x . 875 DE x . 105 Rondelle plate 0,406 DI x 0,875 DE x 0,105 53 710 - 0726 Hex Wash HD AB Tap Scr 5 / 16 - 12 x . 75 Vis taraudée 5 / 16 - 12 x 0,75 54 731 - 04065 Steering Wheel Cover - MTD Capuchon du volant - MTD 55 631 - 04008 Steering Wheel - Soft Grip 3 Spoke Volant - poignée mou avec trois rayons 56 731 - 2625 Steering Wheel Cap Capuchon du volant 57 731 - 2624 Steering Wheel - Soft Grip Volant - poignée mou 61 731 - 04039 Strg . Whl Cap - Small w / o Logo Capuchon du volant - petit sans logo 134 - 6043 11.10.03 35
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86 8 91 B 1 17 19 13 31 17 35 20 21 16 30 21 8 37 71 87 5 11 68 56 17 39 70 60 88 26 38 84 74 21 52 43 75 72 18 51 68 57 22 21 54 69 88 21 90 67 66 61 76 50 59 87 9 58 18 Detail A 73 85 47 Détail A 69 21 53 B 32 29 45 33 3 78 46 81 79 87 44 40 12 28 89 25 48 80 2 7 9 27 49 24 33 41 9 77 9 15 42 23 3 6 83 32 21 Wheel Chart / Tableau de roue 10 20 x 10 x 8 20 x 8 x 8 42 Square Shoulder Square Shoulder Épaule carré Description Épaule carré 634 - 0177 634 - 0104 Wheel Ass'y Complete / Ensemble de roue complet ng Attach Spri 734 - 1873 734 - 1730 Tire Only / Roue seulement 32 / Ref . 634 - 0070 Rim Only / Jante seulement 634 - 0070 Accrochez ici Valve / Soupape 734 - 0255 734 - 0255 ressort ( réf . 32 ) Detail A / Détail A 36
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REF . PART NO . NO . N ° . DE N ° DE RÉF . PIÈCE DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION 1 17840 Transaxle Mtg . Brkt . Support de montage de la transessieu 2 618 - 0319 Hydrostatic Transmission Transmission hydrostatique 3 629 - 0949A Reverse Wire Harness Adapter & Ground Adaptateur , fil de faisceau 5 783 - 04442 Double Idler Bracket Support de la poulie de tension double 6 710 - 1266 Hex Bolt 5 / 16 - 18 x 3.5 " Lg . Boulon hex 5 / 16 - 18 x 3.5 po de lg 7 710 - 0227 Hex Wash HD AB S - Tapp Scr # 8 x . 50 Vis taraudée no 8 x 0,50 8 710 - 0344 Hex Scr 3 / 8 - 16 x 1.50 Vis à tête hexagonale 3 / 8 - 16 x 1,50 9 710 - 0726 HexWash HD AB Tap Scr 5 / 16 - 12 x . 75 Vis taraudée 5 / 16 - 12 x 0,75 10 710 - 0599 HexWash S - Tapp Scr 1 / 4 - 20 x . 50 Vis autotaraudeuse à rondelle hex . de 1 / 4 - 20 x 0,5 11 710 - 3007 Hex Tap Scr # 12 x . 375 Vis autotaraudeuse no 12 x 0,375 12 710 - 3011 Hex Bolt 3 / 8 - 16 x 2.25 " Lg . Boulon hex . 3 / 8 - 16 x 2,25 po de lg . 13 710 - 3103 Hex Hd Cap Scr . 5 / 16 - 18 x 2.0 Gr . 5 Vis à tête hex . 5 / 16 - 18 x 2,0 Qual . 5 15 711 - 0832 Adjustment Ferrule 3 / 8 - 24 Virole 3 / 8 - 24 16 712 - 0333 Hex Nut 1 / 2 - 20 Écrou hexagonal 1 / 2 - 20 17 712 - 0431 Flanged Lock Nut 3 / 8 - 16 Gr . F Écrou de blocage 3 / 8 - 16 Qual . F 18 712 - 3004A Hex Flange L - Nut 5 / 16 - 18 Gr . 5 Contre - écrou à callet hex . 5 / 16 - 18 Qual . 5 19 712 - 3010 HexNut 5 / 16 - 18 hd . Gr . 5 Écrou hexagonal 5 / 16 - 18 Qual . 5 20 712 - 3017 Hex Nut 3 / 8 - 16 Écrou hexagonal 3 / 8 - 16 21 714 - 0104 Int . Cotter Pin 5 / 16 Dia . Goupille fendue 5 / 16 dia . 22 714 - 0111 Cotter Pin 3 / 32 dia . x 1.00 Lg . Goupille fendue 3 / 32 dia . x 1,00 po de lg . 23 725 - 0157 Cable Tie Attache - câble 24 725 - 1644 Short Spring Switch Commutateur à ressort court 25 726 - 0320 Insulator Nut Plate Plaque de l'isolateur 26 731 - 1449A Fan Ventilateur 27 732 - 0209 Extension Spring . 47 OD x 2.03 Lg . Ressort d'extension 0,47 DE x 2,03 po de lg 28 732 - 0716 Ext . Spring 4.01 " Lg . Ressort d'extension 4,01 po de lg 29 732 - 0729 Wire Ring Bague 30 732 - 0429A Tension Spring . 50 OD x 3.97 " Lg . Ressort de tension 0,50 DE x 3,97 po de lg 31 732 - 0994 Extension Spring . 75 x 5.39 Ressort d'extension 0,75 x 5,39 32 732 - 3118 Extension Spring 3 / 8 x 1.44 Ressort d'extension 3 / 8 x 1,44 35 736 - 0169 L - Wash 3 / 8 ID Rondelle frein 3 / 8 DI 36 736 - 0275 Flat Washer . 34 ID x . 68 OD x . 065 Rondelle plate 0,34 DI x 0,68 DE x 0,065 37 736 - 0921 L - Washer 1 / 2 " ID Rondelle frein 1 / 2 DI 38 736 - 3010 Flat Washer . 406 ID x . 812 OD x . 134 Rondelle plate 0,406 DI x 0,812 DE x 0,134 39 738 - 0372B Shoulder Spacer Entretoise épaulée 40 747 - 1149 Hydrostatic Bypass Rod Tige de la soupape hydrostatique 41 747 - 04139 Hydrostatic Brake Rod Tige de frein hydrostatique 42 747 - 1151 Hydrostatic Control Rod Tige de la commande hydrostatique 43 750 - 0535 Spacer . 380 ID x . 625 OD x . 227 Entretoise0 , 380 DI x 0,625 DE x 0,227 44 754 - 0349 V - Belt Type A x 79.10 " Lg . Courroie trapézoïdale caractère A x 79,10 po lg . 45 756 - 0116 " V " Belt Idler Tendeur de la courroie trapézoïdale 46 756 - 0981A Flat Idler Pulley 2.75 " OD Poulie tendeur 2,75 DE 47 756 - 1166 Input Pulley 5.0 Poulie 5,0 48 783 - 0810B Transmission Torque Bracket Support 49 783 - 1019 Switch Actuator Bracket Support de la régulateur d'interrupteur 50 647 - 0031C Brake Control Assembly Ensemble de frein 51 647 - 0049A DriveControl Assembly Commande de l'entraînement 52 683 - 0267C Hydro Pedal Assembly Pédale 53 710 - 0650 HexWash Taptite 5 / 16 - 18 x . 875 Vistaraudée 5 / 16 - 18 x 0,875 54 710 - 1260A Hex Wash . Hd . Scr . 5 / 16 - 18 x . 75 Lg . Vis taraudée 5 / 16 - 18 x 0,75 po de lg 56 711 - 04159 Pin 3 / 8 - 16 : 3 / 8 x 2.68 Lg . Goupille de 3 / 8 - 16 : 3 / 8 x 2,68 lg . 57 732 - 0335 Compression Spring Ressort de compression 58 732 - 0955 Extension Spring , . 50 OD x 1.41 Ressort d'extension de 0,50 po de D . E . x 1,41 po 59 732 - 0963 Extension Spring , . 50 Dia . x 6.37 Ressort d'extension , diamètre de 0,50 po x 6,37 po 60 735 - 0662 DrivePedal Pad Tampon de la pédale de conduite 61 735 - 3049 Brake Pedal Pad Tampon de la pédale de frein 66 738 - 0155 Shld . Scr 0.437 Dia x 0.162 Lg . Vis à épaulement 0,437 dia x 0,162 po de lg 67 738 - 0380 Shoulder Screw . 500 x . 25 Vis à épaulement 0,500 x 0,25 68 741 - 0225 Hex Flange Bearing . 630 ID Roulement à bride hex de 0,630 DI 69 741 - 3065B Split Hex Flange Bearing Palier à collet hex . fendu 70 747 - 04096 Cruise Control Rod Tige du régulateur de croisière Continued on next page / Suite à la page prochaîne 37
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REF . PART NO . NO . N ° . DE N ° DE RÉF . PIÈCE DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION 71 747 - 04093 Brake Lock Control Rod Tige de blocage du frein 72 748 - 04039 Cruise Latch Loquet du régulateur de vitesse 73 736 - 3008 Flat Washer . 312 ID x . 75 OD Rondelle plate 0,312 DI x 0,75 DE 74 783 - 0653F SteeringSupport Bracket Support de direction 75 783 - 0663D DriveLockout Bracket Support 76 783 - 0773A Brake Pedal Pédale de frein 77 See chart on previous illustration page Voir le tableau sur la page précédente d’illustration 78 731 - 2290A HubCap Enjoliveur 79 736 - 0430 Flat Washer , . 350 x 1.59 x . 062 Rondelle plate de 0,350 x 1,59 x 0,062 po 80 736 - 0242 Cupped Washer . 340 ID x . 872 OD x . 060 Rondelle creuse 0,340 DI x 0,872 DE x 0,060 81 710 - 0627 Hex L - Bolt 5 / 16 - 24 x 0.75 Gr . 5 Boulon hex 5 / 16 - 24 x 0,75 Qual . 5 83 712 - 0291 Hex Cent - L Nut 1 / 4 - 20 Contre - écrou de blocage 1 / 4 - 20 84 748 - 0415B Spacer , 3 / 8 x 1.54 Rondelle d'espacement , 3 / 8 x 1,54 po po 85 710 - 1611B Screw5 / 16 - 18 x . 75 Vis 5 / 16 - 18 x 0,75 86 726 - 0154 Push Mount Tie Tige de poussoir 87 712 - 0130 HexIns Locknut 3 / 8 - 16 Écrou à insert à six pans de 3 / 8 - fil . 16 88 726 - 04028 Push Nut 5 / 8 Dia . Écrou à enfoncer dia . de 5 / 8 89 710 - 1007 HexL - Wash HD Scr 3 / 8 - 16 x 1.5 Vis à tête hex 3 / 8 - 16 x 1,5 90 748 - 0334 Transaxle Spacer Entretoise - transessieu 91 712 - 0429 HexIns . L - Nut 5 / 16 - 18 Gr . 5 Nylon Contre - écrou de blocage 5 / 16 - 18 Qual . 5 nylon 134 - 6162 11.11.03 38
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1 Electrical System 30 Système électrique 1 21 30 8 14 26 22 10 20 24 23 25 19 18 / 9 778833 - - 00771155AA RREEFF OONNLLYY / / CCOOMMMMEE RRÉFÉRREENNCCEE SSEEUULLEEMMEENNTT 16 15 5 3 13 4 2 6 17 27 13 5 29 7 28 Electric PTO harness shown . Manual PTO harness will vary slightly . Faisceau de fils à prise de force électrique . Faisceau de fils à prise de force manuelle varie un peut . REF . PART NO . NO . N ° . DE N ° DE RÉF . PIÈCE DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION 1 725 - 0963 Miniature Lamp 12V Socket Phare miniature 12V 2 629 - 04048 Wire Harn . ( w / HR . Mtr . & Elec . PTO ) 17.5 HP Faisceau de fils ( p . d . f . élec . / comp . de hrs . ) 17,5 HP 2 629 - 04073 Wire Harn . ( w / Hr . Mtr . & Elec . PTO ) Faisceau de fils - avec p . d . f . élec . / comp . d'heures 2 629 - 04050 Wire Harn . ( w / Hr . Mtr . & Man . PTO ) 18 HP Fais . de fils avec p . d . f . man . / comp . de hrs . 18 HP 2 629 - 04075 Wire Harness ( w / Hr . Mtr and Manual PTO ) Faisceau de fils ( Comp . d'heures et p . d . f . man . ) 2 629 - 04076 Wire Harness ( w / Ammeter & Man . PTO ) Faisceau de fils ( avec ammètre et p . d . f . manuelle ) 4 710 - 0599 HexWash S - Tapp Scr 1 / 4 - 20 x . 50 Vis autotaraudeuse à rondelle hex . de 1 / 4 - 20 x 0,5 5 712 - 3006 Hex Nut 1 / 4 - 20 Gr . 5 Écrou hex . 1 / 4 - 20 Qual . 5 6 725 - 1426 Solenoid Solenoïde 7 725 - 04039 Interlock Switch Contacteur 8 725 - 1741 IgnitionSwitch Commutateur d'allumage 9 725 - 04036 Systems Ind . Mon . w / Hour Mtr Curved Face Écran de contrôle / compteur d'heures - surface courbé 9 725 - 04036A Systems Indicator Monitor w / Hour Meter Écran de contrôle / compteur d'heures 9 725 - 04156 Sys . Ind . Monitor w / ammeter - w / o lights Écran de contrôle avec ammètre - sans phare 10 725 - 1745 IgnitionKey w / plastic cover Clé de contact et capuchon en plastique 13 736 - 0329 L - Wash 1 / 4 ID Rondelle frein 1 / 4 DI 14 629 - 0469B Wire Harness , Headlight Faisceau de fils , phare 15 725 - 1752 Electric PTO Switch ( if so equipped ) Commutateur de la p . d . f . élec . ( le cas échéant ) 16 783 - 0462 Bracket - PTO Switch Support - bouton de la prise de force 17 725 - 3007A Positive Terminal cover ( Boot ) Gaine de la borne positive 18 729 - 0357 Fuse Holder Porte - fusible 19 725 - 1381 Fuse ( 20 amp ) Part of Harness Fusible ( 20 amp ) ( Comprend le faisceau de fil ) 21 710 - 0227 Hex Wash HD AB S - Tapp Scr # 8 x . 50 Vis taraudée no 8 x 0,50 22 725 - 1303 SpringSwitch Contacteur ressort 23 725 - 1439 Seat Spring Switch Contacteur ressort 24 725 - 1744 IgnitionKey w / o plastic cover Clé de contact sans capuchon en plastique 25 726 - 0278 Insulator Plate Plaque de l'isolateur 26 726 - 0279 Insulator Plate Plaque de l'isolateur 27 736 - 0222 Ext . L - Washer 1 / 4 ID Rondelle - frein extérieure de 1 / 4 de po 28 17962 SwitchPlate Plaque de contacteur 29 710 - 0224 Hex AB - Tap Scr # 10 x . 50 " Lg . Vis hexagonale taraudée no 10 x 0,50 po de lg 134 - 6049 12.03.03 39
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38 4 44 37 43 60 4 63 62 49 4 61 41 60 48 39 44 49 40 50 4 4 51 7 55 55 43 42 Ground Wire Ref . Only / 41 Fil masse seulement comme référence 7 58 7 8 25 25 57 16 16 4 4 19 19 26 26 27 27 8 8 7 22 32 6 21 16 15 12 42 - inch 46 - inch Deck Deck 10 Plateau Plateau 13 9 de coupe de coupe 11 1 5 31 42 po 46 po 53 7 53 29 14 30 18 29 33 34 17 33 35 3 * AutoDrive models 52 * only . / Modèles Auto - Drive seulement . 2 34 35 Electric PTO / Prise de force électrique 40
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REF . PART NO . NO . N ° . DE N ° DE RÉF . PIÈCE DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION 1 683 - 0450 Engagement Plate Assembly Plaqued'enclenchement 2 710 - 0520 Hex Screw 3 / 8 - 16 x 1.50 Vis à tête hexagonale 3 / 8 - 16 x 1,50 3 710 - 0831 HexCap Screw , 3 / 8 - 16 x 5.5 Vis à tête hexagonale 3 / 8 - 16 x 5,50 4 710 - 0726 HexWash HD AB Tap Scr 5 / 16 - 12 x . 75 Vis taraudée 5 / 16 - 12 x 0,75 5 710 - 3144 Hex Bolt 3 / 8 - 16 x 2.0 " Lg . ( Gr . 5 ) Boulon hex 3 / 8 - 16 x 2,0 ( Qual . 5 ) 6 712 - 0229 Push Nut Bolt Retainer Frein du boulon à écrou à pousser 7 712 - 0130 Hex Ins Locknut 3 / 8 - 16 Écrou à insert à six pans de 3 / 8 - fil . 16 8 712 - 0429 HexIns . L - Nut 5 / 16 - 18 Gr . 5 Nylon Contre - écrou de blocage 5 / 16 - 18 Qual . 5 nylon 9 712 - 3017 Hex Nut 3 / 8 - 16 Écrou hexagonal 3 / 8 - 16 10 714 - 0470 Cotter Pin 1 / 8 " Dia x 1.25 Goupille fendue 1 / 8 Dia x 1,25 11 732 - 0384 Extension Spring . 62 Dia . x 6.12 " Lg . Ressort d'extension 0,62 dia . x 6,12 po de lg . 12 732 - 0991A Belt Guard Guide de la courroie 13 736 - 0140 Flat Washer . 385 ID x . 62 OD x . 06 Rondelle plate 0,385 DI x 0,62 DE x 0,06 14 736 - 3039 Flat Washer . 406 x 1.5 x 11 GA Rondelle plate 0,406 x 1,50 x 11 GA 15 738 - 0372B Shoulder Spacer Entretoise épaulée 16 748 - 0415B Spacer , 3 / 8 x 1.54 Rondelle d'espacement , 3 / 8 x 1,54 po po 17 756 - 0627B Flat Idler Pulley 3.5 OD Poulie tendeur DE 3,50 18 756 - 1208 Idler Pulley 4.0 Poulie tendeur 19 783 - 04467 DeckStop Butéedu plateau de coupe 25 710 - 3025 HexScrew 5 / 16 - 18 x . 625 Gr . 5 Vis à tête hex 5 / 16 - 18 x 0,625 Qual . 5 26 783 - 1003 ElectricClutch Anti - rotation Bracket Support antirotatif de l'embrayage électrique 27 783 - 0653G SteeringSupport Bracket Support de direction 29 717 - 1708 ElectricPTO Clutch ( 42 " Deck ) Embrayage de la p . d . f . élec . plat . de coupe 42 po 29 717 - 04080 ElectricPTO Clutch ( 46 " Deck ) Embrayage de la p . d . f . élec . plat . de coupe 46 po 30 754 - 0497 PTO Belt ( w / 42 " deck ) Courroie de la p . d . f . avec plateau de coupe 42 po 31 754 - 04033 V - Belt Type A Sec x 118.20 Courroie trapézoïdale , 118,20 32 710 - 0859 HexCap Screw , 3 / 8 - 16 x 2.5 Vis à chapeau hex . de 3 / 8 - 16 x 2,5 po 33 738 - 0785 Shoulder Spacer Entretoise 34 736 - 0171 Lockwasher 7 / 16 ID Rondelle frein 7 / 16 DI 35 710 - 3157 Hex Bolt 7 / 16 - 20 x 3.25 " Lg . Boulon épaulée 7 / 16 - 20 x 3,25 po de lg 37 732 - 04035 Compression Spring 1.28 x 3.125 Ressort de compression 1,28 x 3,125 38 747 - 04121A BatteryRetainer Rod Tige de maintien de la batterie 39 725 - 1426 Solenoid Solénoïde 40 710 - 0599 HexWash S - Tapp Scr 1 / 4 - 20 x . 50 Vis autotaraudeuse à rondelle hex . de 1 / 4 - 20 x 0,5 41 736 - 0222 Ext . L - Washer 1 / 4 ID Rondelle - frein extérieure de 1 / 4 de po 42 683 - 04099 Lower Frame Assembly Châssis inférieur 43 725 - 1707D Battery 245 CCA ( Dry ) Batterie 245 A démarrage à froid ( sec ) 44 710 - 3005 Hex Bolt 3 / 8 - 16 x 1.25 Boulon hex . 3 / 8 - 16 x 1,25 48 710 - 0703 Carriage Bolt 1 / 4 - 20 x . 75 Gr . 1 Boulon ordinaire 1 / 4 - 20 x 0,75 Qual . 1 49 712 - 0271 Sems Hex Nut 1 / 4 - 20 Écrou Sems hex 1 / 4 - 20 50 712 - 3087 Wing Nut 1 / 4 - 20 Thd . Écrou à oreilles 51 738 - 1132 Shoulder Screw , 1 / 4 - 20 Visà épaulée 1 / 4 - 20 52 736 - 0322 Flat Washer . 450 ID x 1,25 OD x 0,164 Rondelle plate 0,450 DI x 1,25 DE x 0,164 53 756 - 04078 Engine Pulley 3.39 OD Poulie motrice 3,39 po de D . E . 53 756 - 0978A Engine Pulley Elec . PTO Hydro Poulie motrice p . d . f . électrique hydrostatique 55 712 - 0324 HexIns . Locknut 1 / 4 - 20 Gr . 8 Nylon Écrou de blocage 1 / 4 - 20 Qual . 8 nylon 57 710 - 0642 Thd Forming Scr . 1 / 4 - 20 x . 75 Vis taraudée 1 / 4 - 20 x 0,75 58 783 - 0349 BatteryTray Plateau de la batterie 60 738 - 04058 Shoulder Spacer . 38 x 1.0 x . 70 Entretoise à épaulement 0,38 x 1,0 x 0,70 61 783 - 04375 Upper Frame Châssis supérieur 62 783 - 04329 Frame Seat Bracket Châssis , support de la siège 63 710 - 3015 HexCap Bolt 1 / 4 - 20 x . 75 " Lg . Gr . 5 Boulon 1 / 4 - 20 x 0,75 po de lg . Qual . 5 134 - 6053 11.11.03 41
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34 6 35 33 36 6 38 13 6 76 42 16 36 40 25 35 41 6 6 8 67 3 67 74 12 Ground Wire Ref . Only / 73 Fil masse comme référence seulement 42 24 30 39 71 8 1 46 75 47 A 9 44 10 45 69 17 43 21 9 27 77 46 26 10 17 6 57 31 44 7 56 27 23 15 11 18 42 - INCH 14 DECK 2 Plateau A de coupe B * 48 8 42 po 49 58 18 50 22 11 22 29 55 54 28 53 20 52 51 5 4 Manual PTO / Prise de force manuelle * Refer to B on page 44 / Référez - vous à B à la page 44 42 3
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REF . PART NO . NO . N ° . DE N ° DE RÉF . PIÈCE DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION 1 647 - 0064 PTO Engage Lever Assembly Levier d'enclenchement 2 683 - 0450 Engagement Plate Assembly Plaqued'enclenchement 3 710 - 0276 Carriage Bolt 5 / 16 - 18 x 1.00 " Lg Boulon ordinaire 5 / 16 - 18 x 1,00 po de lg 4 710 - 0520 Hex Screw 3 / 8 - 16 x 1.50 Vis à tête hexagonale 3 / 8 - 16 x 1,50 5 710 - 0831 HexCap Screw , 3 / 8 - 16 x 1.5 Vis à tête hexagonale 3 / 8 - 16 x 1,50 6 710 - 0726 HexWash HD AB Tap Scr 5 / 16 - 12 x . 75 Vis taraudée 5 / 16 - 12 x 0,75 7 712 - 0229 Push Nut Bolt Retainer Frein du boulon à écrou à pousser 8 712 - 0130 Hex Ins Locknut 3 / 8 - 16 Écrou à insert à six pans de 3 / 8 - fil . 16 9 712 - 3004A Hex Flange L - Nut 5 / 16 - 18 Gr . 5 Contre - écrou à embase 5 / 16 - 18 Qual . 5 10 712 - 3010 HexNut 5 / 16 - 18 hd . Gr . 5 Écrou hexagonal 5 / 16 - 18 Qual . 5 11 714 - 0470 Cotter Pin 1 / 8 " Dia x 1.25 Goupille fendue 1 / 8 Dia x 1,25 12 726 - 0201 Push Speed Nut Écrou rapide d'enfoncer 13 731 - 2111A PTO Knob Boutonde la prise de force 14 732 - 1170 Extension Spring . 75 x 6.75 Ressort d'extension 0,75 x 6,75 15 732 - 0991A Belt Guard Guide de la courroie 16 736 - 0108 Flat Washer . 510 ID x . 75 OD x . 033 Rondelle frein 0,510 DI x 0,75 DE x 0,033 17 736 - 0119 L - Wash 5 / 16 ID Rondelle frein 5 / 16 DI 18 736 - 0140 Flat Washer . 385 ID x . 62 OD x . 06 Rondelle plate 0,385 DI x 0,62 DE x 0,06 20 736 - 0300 Flat Washer . 385 ID x . 87 OD x . 06 Rondelle plate 0,385 DI x 0,87 DE x 0,06 21 736 - 0242 Cupped Washer . 340 ID x . 872 OD x . 060 Rondelle creuse 0,340 DI x 0,872 DE x 0,060 23 738 - 0372B Shoulder Spacer Entretoise épaulée 24 741 - 0708 Hex Split Flange Bearing . 50 Roulement 0,50 DI 25 747 - 1112D PTO Handle Poignée de la prise de force 26 747 - 1286A Belt Keeper Rod Protecteur de la courroie 27 748 - 0415B Spacer , 3 / 8 x 1.54 Rondelle d'espacement , 3 / 8 x 1,54 po po 28 756 - 0627B Flat Idler Pulley 3.5 OD Poulie 29 756 - 1208 Idler Pulley 4.0 Poulie tendeur 30 783 - 0744A Engagement Stop Bracket Butée d'arrêt de l'enclenchement 31 783 - 04467 DeckStop Butéedu plateau de coupe 33 732 - 04035 Compression Spring 1.28 x 3.125 Ressort de compression 1,28 x 3,125 34 747 - 04121A BatteryRetainer Rod Tige de maintien de la batterie 35 710 - 3005 Hex Bolt 3 / 8 - 16 x 1.25 Boulon hex . 3 / 8 - 16 x 1,25 36 738 - 04058 Shoulder Spacer . 38 x 1.0 x . 70 Entretoise à épaulement 0,38 x 1,0 x 0,70 38 783 - 04329 Frame Seat Bracket Châssis , support de la siège 39 783 - 0349 BatteryTray Plateau de la batterie 40 725 - 1426 Solenoid Solénoïde 41 710 - 0599 HexWash S - Tapp Scr 1 / 4 - 20 x . 50 Vis autotaraudeuse à rondelle hex . de 1 / 4 - 20 x 0,5 42 736 - 0222 Ext . L - Washer 1 / 4 ID Rondelle - frein extérieure de 1 / 4 de po 43 683 - 04099 Lower Frame Assembly Châssis inférieur 44 725 - 1707D Battery 245 CCA ( Dry ) Batterie 245 A démarrage à froid ( sec ) 45 738 - 1132 Shoulder Screw , 1 / 4 - 20 Visà épaulée 1 / 4 - 20 46 712 - 0271 Sems Hex Nut 1 / 4 - 20 Écrou Sems hex 1 / 4 - 20 47 712 - 3087 Wing Nut 1 / 4 - 20 Thd . Écrou à oreilles 50 750 - 0956 Spacer 1.010 x 1.40 x . 825 Entretoise 1,010 x 1,40 x 0,825 51 710 - 3029 HexBolt 7 / 16 - 20 x 1.25 " Lg . Gr . 5 Vis à tête hex . 7 / 16 - 20 x 1,25 po de lg . Qual . 5 52 736 - 0171 Lockwasher 7 / 16 ID Rondelle frein 7 / 16 DI 53 736 - 0322 Flat Washer . 450 ID x 1,25 OD x 0,164 Rondelle plate 0,450 DI x 1,25 DE x 0,164 54 756 - 0982B Engine Pulley 3.56 x 5.56 Dia . ( Trans . ) Poulie motrice 3,56 x 5,56 dia . ( Trans . ) 54 756 - 0983B Engine Pulley 3.56 x 5.56 Dia . Hydro Poulie motrice 3,56 x 5,56 dia . - hydrostatique 55 754 - 0497 PTO Belt ( w / 42 " deck ) Courroie de la p . d . f . avec plateau de coupe 42 po 56 783 - 0653G SteeringSupport Bracket Support de direction 57 711 - 1044 Belt Guard Pin 4.75 " Lg . Protecteur de courroie - clou 4,75 po de lg . 58 732 - 1013 Belt Guard Protecteur de la courroie 67 712 - 0324 HexIns . Locknut 1 / 4 - 20 Gr . 8 Nylon Écrou de blocage 1 / 4 - 20 Qual . 8 nylon 69 710 - 0642 Thd Forming Scr . 1 / 4 - 20 x . 75 Vis taraudée 1 / 4 - 20 x 0,75 70 736 - 3039 Flat Washer . 406 x 1.5 x 11 GA Rondelle plate 0,406 x 1,50 x 11 GA 71 710 - 0703 Carriage Bolt 1 / 4 - 20 x . 75 Gr . 1 Boulon ordinaire 1 / 4 - 20 x 0,75 Qual . 1 72 725 - 1657A Interlock Switch Contacteur 73 17962 Switch Plate Plaque de contacteur 74 710 - 0224 Hex AB - Tap Scr # 10 x . 50 " Lg . Vis hexagonale taraudée no 10 x 0,50 po de lg 75 714 - 0104 Int . Cotter Pin 5 / 16 Dia . Goupille fendue 5 / 16 dia . 76 783 - 04375 Upper Frame Châssis supérieur 77 710 - 3015 HexCap Bolt 1 / 4 - 20 x . 75 " Lg . Gr . 5 Boulon 1 / 4 - 20 x 0,75 po de lg . Qual . 5 134 - 6054 11.11.03 43
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42 - inch Deck Plateau de coupe 42 po 13 9 43 26 48 17 30 52 1 26 43 50 38 ‡ 21 51 ‡ 12 53 ‡ 24 ‡ 23 11 23 ‡ 14 32 ‡ 33 † 5 54 6 41 C ‡ 11 29 47 ‡ 25 ‡ 36 ‡ 45 ‡ 47 39 42 C * B 28 17 55 † 23 ‡ 4 34 7 ‡ 16 35 ‡ 1177 27 31 2 46 3 25 56 17 34 49 42 40 15 10 22 18 Tighten chute mtg . 21 † 18 screws to 50 - 150 IN - LB / ‡ 21 Serrez les boulons du 37 goulotte d'éjection à un couple de 50 - 150 po - lb 19 57 8 60 Torque to 200 - 300 IN - LB / Serrez à un couple de 200 - 300 po - lb 44 59 58 Torque nuts to 70 - 90 FT - LB / 20 Serrez les écrous à un couple de 70 - 90 pi - lb Refer to * B on page 42 . Référez - vous à * B à la page 42 . † Found on models equipped with an electric PTO only . / Se trouve sur les modèles avec p . d . f . électrique seulement . ‡ Found on models equipped with a manual PTO only . / Se trouve sur les modèles avec p . d . f . manuelle seulement . 44
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REF . PART NO . NO . N ° . DE N ° DE RÉF . PIÈCE DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION 1 618 - 0574 Spindle Assembly w / Grease Fitting Fusée avec raccord de graisse 1 618 - 0565 Spindle Ass'y 5.75 Dia Fusée , diamètre de 5,75 po 2 683 - 0254 DeckAdjustment Brack w / Weld Nut Supp . de réglage du plateau de coupe à écrou soudé 3 683 - 04051A 42 " Deck w / Water Nozzle Plateau de coupe de 42 po avec orifice d'eau 3 683 - 0198G 42 " Deck Plateau de coupe de 42 po 4 683 - 0440 DeckBrake Assembly Frein du plateau de coupe 5 710 - 0136 Hex Scr 1 / 4 - 20 x 1.75 Gr . 5 Vis à tête hexagonale 1 / 4 - 20 x 1,75 Qual . 5 6 710 - 0520 HexScrew 3 / 8 - 16 x 1.50 Vis à tête hexagonale 3 / 8 - 16 x 1,50 7 710 - 0528 HexBolt 5 / 16 - 18 x 1.25 Boulon hexagonale 5 / 16 - 18 x 1,25 8 710 - 0650 HexWash Taptite 5 / 16 - 18 x . 875 Vis taraudée 5 / 16 - 18 x 0,875 9 710 - 0726 Hex Wash HD AB Tap Scr 5 / 16 - 12 x . 75 Vis taraudée 5 / 16 - 12 x 0,75 10 710 - 0751 HexBolt 1 / 4 - 20 x . 62 Gr . 5 Boulon hexagonale 1 / 4 - 20 x 0,62 Qual . 5 11 710 - 1238 Hex Wash . Hd . Scr . 5 / 16 - 18 x . 87 " Lg . Vis taraudée 5 / 16 - 18 x 0,87 12 710 - 1830 Self Tapping Screw 1 / 4 - 20 x . 50 Vis autotaraudeuse 1 / 4 - 20 x 0,50 13 710 - 3151 HexBolt 5 / 8 - 18 x 4.25 " Lg . ( Gr . 5 ) Boulon hex . 5 / 8 - 18 x 4,25 po de lg ( Qual 5 ) 14 710 - 3180 HexScrew 5 / 16 - 18 x 1.75 " Lg . Vis à tête hex . 5 / 16 - 18 x 1,75 po de lg . 15 711 - 04069 Grasscatcher Pin 1 / 4 - 20 Goupille 1 / 4 - 20 16 711 - 1534 Pin , 3 / 8 - 16 , 3 / 8 x 3.27 Goupille 3 / 8 - 16 , 3 / 8 x 3,27 17 712 - 0130 HexIns Locknut 3 / 8 - 16 Contre - écrou de blocage de 3 / 8 - fil . 16 18 712 - 0324 Hex Ins . Locknut 1 / 4 - 20 Gr . 8 Nylon Contre - écrou de blocage 1 / 4 - 20 Qual . 8 nylon 19 712 - 0337 HexNut5 / 8 - 18 Écrou hexagonal 5 / 8 - 18 20 712 - 0417A HexFlange Nut 5 / 8 - 18 Écrou à embase 5 / 8 - 18 21 712 - 0429 HexIns . L - Nut 5 / 16 - 18 Gr . 5 Nylon Contre - écrou de blocage 5 / 16 - 18 Qual . 5 nylon 22 712 - 0641 HexNutM16 - 1.5 DIN 936 Écrou à six pans M16 - 1,5 DIN 936 23 712 - 3006 HexNut1 / 4 - 20 Gr . 5 Écrou hex . 1 / 4 - 20 Qual . 5 24 712 - 3010 HexNut5 / 16 - 18 hd . Gr . 5 Écrou hex . 5 / 16 - 18 Qual . 5 25 714 - 0470 Cotter Pin 1 / 8 " Dia x 1.25 Goupille fendue 1 / 8 Dia x 1,25 26 716 - 3020 Int . Snap Ring Bague instantanée interne 27 717 - 04074 DeckAdjustment Gear Pignon de réglage du plateau de coupe 28 721 - 04041 Water Nozzle Adaptor Raccord pour boyau 29 726 - 0233 Bolt Retainer 1 / 4 " x . 50 " OD Boulon de retenue 1 / 4 x 0,50 DE ( po ) 30 731 - 2486A Belt Cover Couvercle de la courroie 31 732 - 0306A Compression Spring . 531 OD x 1.75 Lg . Ressort de compression 0,531 DE x 1,75 lg . 32 732 - 0470A Ext . Spring 4.74 " Lg . Ressort 4,74 po de lg 33 732 - 1165 ExtensionSpring . 50 x 5.0 Ressort d'extension 0,50 x 5,0 34 734 - 0973 Wheel Ass'y - Deck 5 " x 1.38 " Ensemble de roue 5,0 x 1,38 po 35 736 - 0119 L - Wash 5 / 16 ID Rondelle frein 5 / 16 DI 36 736 - 0140 Flat Washer . 385 ID x . 62 OD x . 06 Rondelle plate 0,385 DI x 0,62 DE x 0,06 37 736 - 0158 Lockwasher 5 / 16 ID Rondelle frein 5 / 16 DI 38 736 - 0162 Flat Washer . 635 ID x 1.00 OD x . 120 Rondelle plate 0,635 DI x 1,00 DE x 0,120 39 736 - 0270 Cupped Washer . 265 ID x . 75 OD x . 062 Rondelle creuse 0,265 DI x 0,75 DE x 0,062 40 736 - 0760 Lock Washer 17 x 23.8 x 1.95 Rondelle frein 17 x 23,8 x 1,95 41 737 - 04003B Deck Water Nozzle Orifice d'eau - plateau de coupe 42 738 - 0373 Shoulder Bolt . 498 Dia x 1.53 x 3 / 8 - 16 Boulon à épaulement dia 0,498 x 1,53 x 3 / 8 - 16 43 741 - 0524 Ball Bearing Roulement à billes 44 742 - 0616A 3in1 Blade 21.23 " Lg . Lame « 3 en 1 » 21,23 po de lg . 45 746 - 0970 Bracket Cable , 5.35 " Câble de frein , 5,35 po 46 747 - 1116 DeckRelease Pin Goupille de dégagement du plateau de coupe 47 748 - 0331 Shoulder Spacer . 318 ID x 1.125 OD Entretoise épaulée 0,317 DI x 1,125 DE 48 750 - 0932A Spacer . 635 ID x . 088 OD Entretoise 0,635 DI x 0,088 DE 49 754 - 0497 PTO Belt ( w / 42 " deck ) Courroie de la p . d . f . avec plateau de coupe 42 po 50 754 - 0498 DeckBelt Courroie 51 756 - 0627B Flat Idler Pulley 3.5 OD Poulie 52 756 - 1202 Double pulley , 5.0 Poulie double 53 783 - 04013A Pulley Stabilizer Bracket Support de stabilisation du poulie 54 783 - 1291 Idler Bracket Support de tendeur 55 631 - 0216 Side Discharge Chute Assembly Goulotte d'éjection latérale 56 710 - 0134 Carriage Bolt 1 / 4 - 20 x . 62 Gr . 2 Boulon ordinaire 1 / 4 - 20 x 0,62 Qual . 2 57 710 - 0599 Hex Wash S - Tapp Scr 1 / 4 - 20 x . 50 Vis autotaraudeuse à rondelle hex . de 1 / 4 - 20 x 0,5 58 712 - 3087 Wing Nut 1 / 4 - 20 Thd . Écrou à oreilles 59 731 - 2363 Mulching Plug Bouchon de déchiquetage 60 783 - 1146A Deck Skirt 42 " Deck Jupe du plateau de coupe de 42 po 134 - 6057 11.14.03 45
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46 - inch Deck Plateau de coupe 46 po 7 38 11 28 14 7 1 34 37 1 27 33 29 39 16 4 24 21 11 23 19 22 40 18 6 2 17 20 3 32 * 26 7 710 - 0751 35 Torque to 50 - 150 FT - LBS / Serrez à un couple de 50 - 150 pi - lb 8 42 * 10 25 16 * 15 12 43 41 30 36 7 5 9 13 13 44 9 31 710 - 1260A 9 Torque to 200 - 300 IN - LBS / Serrez à un couple de 30 200 - 300 pi - lb 13 712 - 0417A Torque to 70 - 90 FT - LBS / Serrez à un couple de 70 - 90 pi - lb 46
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REF . PART NO . NO . N ° . DE N ° DE RÉF . PIÈCE DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION 1 618 - 04137 Spindle Assembly 5.75 Dia w / Grease Fusée , diamètre de 5,75 avac graisse 2 683 - 0254 DeckAdjustmentBrack w / Weld Nut Supp . de réglage du plateau de coupe à écrou soudé 3 683 - 04103 46 " Deck Assembly Plateau de coupe de 46 po 3 683 - 04104 46 " Deck Assembly w / Nozzle Plateau de coupe de 46 po avec orifice d'eau 4 710 - 0347 Hex Screw 3 / 8 - 16 x 1.75 Vis à tête hex . 3 / 8 - 16 x 1,75 5 710 - 0514 HexScrew 3 / 16 x 1.00 Visà tête hex . 3 / 8 - 16 x 1,00 6 710 - 0528 Hex Bolt 5 / 16 - 18 x 1.25 Boulon hexagonale 5 / 16 - 18 x 1,25 7 710 - 0599 HexWash S - Tapp Scr 1 / 4 - 20 x . 50 Vis autotaraudeuse à rondelle hex . de 1 / 4 - 20 x 0,5 8 710 - 0751 HexBolt 1 / 4 - 20 x . 62 Gr . 5 Boulon hexagonale 1 / 4 - 20 x 0,62 Qual . 5 9 710 - 1260A Hex Wash . Hd . Scr . 5 / 16 - 18 x . 75 Lg . Vis taraudée 5 / 16 - 18 x 0,75 po de lg 10 711 - 04069 Grasscatcher Pin 1 / 4 - 20 Goupille 1 / 4 - 20 11 712 - 0130 HexIns . Locknut 3 / 8 - 16 Écrou de blocage de 3 / 8 - fil . 16 12 712 - 0324 HexIns . Locknut 1 / 4 - 20 Gr . 8 Nylon Écrou de blocage 1 / 4 - 20 Qual . 8 nylon 13 712 - 0417A Hex Flange Nut 5 / 8 - 18 Écrou à embase 5 / 8 - 18 14 712 - 0431 Flanged Lock Nut 3 / 8 - 16 Gr . F Contre - écrou de callet hex . 3 / 8 - 16 Qual . F 15 712 - 0641 Hex Nut M16 - 1.5 DIN 936 Écrou hex . M16 - 1,5 DIN 936 16 712 - 3006 Hex Nut 1 / 4 - 20 Gr . 5 Écrou hex . 1 / 4 - 20 Qual . 5 17 714 - 0111 Cotter Pin 3 / 32 dia . x 1.00 Lg . Goupille fendue 3 / 32 dia . x 1,00 po de lg . 18 717 - 04074 DeckAdjustmentGear Pignon de réglage du plateau de coupe 19 726 - 0233 Bolt Retainer 1 / 4 " x . 50 " OD Boulon de retenue 1 / 4 x 0,50 DE ( po ) 20 732 - 0306A Compression Spring . 531 OD x 1.75 Lg . Ressort de compression 0,531 DE x 1,75 lg . 21 732 - 0594A Extension Spring Ressort d'extension 22 734 - 0973 WheelAss'y - Deck 5 " x 1.38 " Ensemble de roue 5,0 x 1,38 po 23 736 - 0119 L - Wash 5 / 16 ID Rondelle frein 5 / 16 DI 24 736 - 0270 Cupped Washer . 265 ID x . 75 OD x . 062 Rondelle creuse 0,265 DI x 0,75 DE x 0,062 25 736 - 0760 Lock Washer 17 x 23.8 x 1.95 Rondelle frein 17 x 23,8 x 1,95 26 737 - 04003B DeckWater Nozzle Orifice d'eau - plateau de coupe 27 737 - 3007 Grease Graisse 28 738 - 0372B Shoulder Spacer Entretoise épaulée 29 738 - 0373 Shoulder Bolt . 498 Dia x 1.53 x 3 / 8 - 16 Boulon à épaulement dia 0,498 x 1,53 x 3 / 8 - 16 30 742 - 0611A Three - in - one Blade , Star Centre , 16.28 " Lame à trois fonctions , centre étoile , 16,28 po . 31 742 - 0612A Three - in - one Blade , Star Centre , 14.88 " Lame à trois fonctions , centre étoile , 14,88 po . 32 747 - 1116 DeckRelease Pin Goupille de dégagement du plateau de coupe 33 754 - 04033 V - Belt Type A Sec x 118.20 Courroie trapézoïdale , 118,20 34 756 - 1229 Idler Puller w / Flange 4.06 Dia . Poulie tendeur avec embase , 4,06 diam . 35 783 - 0141 Center Deck Skirt Jupe du centre du plateau de coupe 36 783 - 0142 RH Deck Skirt Jupe de droite du plateau de coupe 37 783 - 0805C RH Belt Cover Couvre - courroie , CD 38 783 - 1348A LH Belt Cover Couvre - courroie , CG 39 783 - 1421 Idler Bracket Support du tendeur 40 631 - 0216 Side Discharge Chute Assembly Goulotte d'éjection latérale 41 731 - 1636 MulchPlug , 46 - inch Decks Bouchon de déchiquetage , plateau de coupe 46 po 42 712 - 3087 Wing Nut 1 / 4 - 20 Thd . Écrou à oreilles 43 736 - 0173 Flat Washer . 28 ID x . 74 DE x . 063 Rondelle frein 0,28 DI x 0,74 DE x 0,063 44 710 - 0578 Truss Mach . Scr . 1 / 4 - 20 x 1.5 " Lg . Vis de renforcement usinée 1 / 4 - 20 x 1,5 po de lg 134 - 6058 11.14.03 47
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B & S OHV Single B & S OHV V - Twin ( for throttle / pour 34 la câble d'obturateur ) 44 4 33 12 4 46 9 11 45 ( for choke / pour 7 volet de départ ) 13 9 28 28 25 6 25 18 18 20 2 20 22 19 19 2 21 3 21 43 8 5 5 36 17 5 35 5 ( deflector must 14 face forward / 16 déflecteur doit 1 faire face à l'avant ) 15 14 1 Tecumseh Twin Tecumseh Single 9 9 33 11 13 7 9 13 9 28 22 28 6 18 20 3 19 3 2 18 2 20 6 19 21 21 49 8 47 ( deflector must ( deflector must 48 face forward / 5 face forward / déflecteur doit déflecteur doit 5 50 faire face à l'avant ) faire face à l'avant ) 14 14 5 15 1 1 15 48
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REF . PART NO . NO . N ° . DE N ° DE RÉF . PIÈCE DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION 1 710 - 0227 Hex Wash HD AB S - Tapp Scr # 8 x . 50 Vis taraudée no 8 x 0,50 2 710 - 0599 Hex Wash S - Tapp Scr 1 / 4 - 20 x . 50 Vis autotaraudeuse à rondelle hex . de 1 / 4 - 20 x 0,5 3 710 - 0726 Hex Wash HD AB Tap Scr 5 / 16 - 12 x . 75 Vis taraudée 5 / 16 - 12 x 0,75 4 710 - 1237 Hex Wash Hd Screw 10 - 32 x . 625 Vistaraudée 10 - 32 x 0,625 5 710 - 1314A Socket Hd Cap Scr 5 / 16 - 18 x . 75 Vis à chapeau à tête creuse 5 / 16 - 18 x 0,75 6 710 - 1315 TT Screw 3 / 8 - 16 x 1.25 Vis3 / 8 - 16 x 1,25 7 712 - 3017 Hex Nut 3 / 8 - 16 Écrou hexagonal 3 / 8 - 16 8 721 - 0460 Exhaust Gasket Joint 9 726 - 0205 Hose Clamp Collier 11 736 - 0300 Flat Washer . 385 ID x . 87 OD x . 06 Rondelle plate 0,385 DI x 0,87 DE x 0,06 12 751B221535 Casing Clamp Collier 13 751 - 0535 Fuel Line Ligne d'essence 14 751 - 0564A Muffler Deflector Déflecteur de silencieux 15 751 - 0616A Muffler Silencieux 16 751 - 0650A Exhaust Pipe - RH Tuyau d'échappement - CD 17 751 - 0651A Exhaust Pipe - LH Tuyau d'échappement - CG 18 751 - 3140 OilDrain Vidange d'huile 19 751 - 3141 Oil Drain Hose Boyau 20 751 - 3142 Oil Drain Cap Capuchon 21 783 - 0615C Muffler Bracket Support de silencieux 22 783 - 0625C Engine Heat Shield Pare - chaleur du moteur 25 725 - 0157 CableTie Attache - câble 28 712 - 0271 Sems Hex Nut 1 / 4 - 20 Écrou Sems hex 1 / 4 - 20 34 746 - 1086 ThrottleCable ( Intek Twin ) Câbledel'obturateur ( Intek à cylindres jumelle ) 35 751 - 0617A Muffler Silencieux 36 751 - 0619A Pipe Tuyau 43 721 - 0208 Exhaust Gasket Joint 44 746 - 1084 Choke / Throttle Cable ( Intek Single ) Câble de l'obturateur / volet de départ ( Intek mono ) 45 732 - 0966 Extension spring , . 275 x 1.25 Ressortd'extension , 0,275 x 1,25 po 46 751B213146 ClampCasing - Throttle Collier 47 721 - 0348 Exhaust Gasket Joint 48 751 - 0620A Exhaust Pipe Tuyau d'échappement 49 751 - 0813A Exhaust Pipe LH Tuyau d'échappement 50 751 - 0814A Exhaust Pipe RH Tuyau d'échappement 134 - 6059 11.19.03 49
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THREE ( 3 ) YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY For three ( 3 ) years from the date of original purchase of our products , we will either repair or replace , at its option , free of charge , F . O . B . Factory or authorized service firm , any part found to be DEFECTIVE IN MATERIAL and WORKMANSHIP for the original purchaser . all transportation charges on parts submitted for replacement under this warranty must be paid by the purchaser unless return is requested by the manufacturer . This warranty DOES NOT apply to any part which has become inoperative through misuse , excessive use , accident , neglect , improper maintenance or alterations by unauthorized persons . The limited warranty does not extend to the replacement of parts which are not defective , but where regular usage has exhausted the life of the part . ENGINES , ELECTRIC START KITS , PEERLESS TRANSMISSIONS AND PEERLESS TRANSAXLES ARE WARRANTED BY THEIR RESPECTIVE MANUFACTURER . ALL CLAIMS AGAINST THESE COMPONENTS MUST BE HANDLED THROUGH THE RESPECTIVE MANUFACTURER’S SERVICE DEALERS . Belts , light bulbs , clutch parts ( friction wheels ) , grass bags , tires , seats , rider deck wheels and cutting blades are covered by a 60 day limited warranty . Batteries are covered by a 90 day limited warranty . Fuses , shear bolts and blade adapters are considered consumable items and as such are not warranted . NOTE : Regular maintenance replacement parts and related inspections and adjustments are excluded from coverage when made as part of normal maintenance service . TRACTOR ATTACHMENT WARRANTY Mower decks included with your product , or sold separately , as an attachment for your garden tractors will be warranted according to the above terms of the manufacturer three ( 3 ) year limited consumer warranty . ALL OTHER ATTACHMENTS will be sold under the same condition as above except the warranty will be ONE YEAR FROM DATE OF ORIGINAL PURCHASE . PERSONAL USE THE FOREGOING PARAGRAPHS CONSTITUTE THE MANUFACTURER’S ENTIRE WARRANTY WITH RESPECT TO ANY PRODUCT PURCHASED AND USED FOR PERSONAL FAMILY , HOUSEHOLD / RESIDENTIAL PURPOSES , AS DISTINGUISHED FROM COMMERCIAL USAGE . COMMERCIAL USE ALL APPLICATIONS OTHER THAN PERSONAL USE AS OUTLINED ABOVE , ARE CONSIDERED COMMERCIAL USAGE . New products purchased for commercial usage are warranted in the same manner and to the same extend EXCEPT the term of warranty will be 60 DAYS from date of purchase . WARRANTY SERVICE CAN ONLY BE PERFORMED BY AN AUTHORIZED SERVICE DEALER . ANY NON - ORIGINAL EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT PART USED ON OR IN A PRODUCT UNDER WARRANTY WILL BE EXCLUDED FROM THAT WARRANTY COVERAGE , AS WILL BE ANY RELATED DAMAGED COMPONENTS RESULTING FROM THE INSTALLATION OF A REPLACEMENT PART FROM ANOTHER SOURCE OTHER THAN THE MANUFACTURER . 50
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GARANTIE LIMITÉE DE TROIS ANS Nous nous engageons , envers l’acheteur initial , à réparer ou à remplacer gratuitement , à son choix , franco l’usine ou la station technique agréée , toute pièce s’avérant DÉFECTUEUSE EN RAISON D’UN VICE DE MATIÈRE ET DE FABRICATION , dans les trois ans suivant la date d’achat initiale de nos produits . Tous les frais de transport des pièces soumises à des fins de remplacement sont à la charge de l’acheteur , à moins que le fabricant n’ait demandé le retour des marchandises . Cette garantie NE s’applique PAS aux pièces défectueuses du fait d’une utilisation incorrecte , d’un accident , d’une négligence , d’un entretien inadéquat ou de modifications effectuées par des personnes non autorisées . Cette garantie limitée ne couvre pas le remplacement des pièces qui , n’étant pas défectueuses , sont usées par une utilisation normale de la machine . LES MOTEURS , LES DÉMARREURS ÉLECTRIQUES , LES TRANSMISSIONS PEERLESS ET LES TRANSESSIEUX PEERLESS SONT GARANTIS PAR LEURS FABRICANTS RESPECTIFS . TOUTES LES RÉCLAMATIONS CONCERNANT CES PIÈCES DOIVENT ÊTRE ADRESSÉES AUX STATIONS TECHNIQUES DES FABRICANTS RESPECTIFS . Les courroies , ampoules , pièces d’embrayage ( roues de frottement ) , sacs à herbe , pneus , sièges , lames et roues de plateau de coupe des tracteurs sont couverts par une garantie limitée de 60 jours . Les batteries sont couvertes par une garantie limitée de 90 jours . Les fusibles , boulons de cisaillement et adaptateurs de lame sont considérés comme des articles de consommation courante et , à ce titre , ne sont pas garantis . REMARQUE : Les pièces de rechange ainsi que les inspections et réglages faisant partie d’un entretien régulier ne sont pas couverts par cette garantie dans le cadre d’une opération d’entretien normale . GARANTIE DES ACCESSOIRES DU TRACTEUR Les tondeuses fournies avec votre tracteur , ou vendues séparément comme accessoires de votre tracteur de jardin , sont également couvertes , en vertu de la garantie limitée de 3 ans des produits de consommation du fabricant . TOUS LES AUTRES ACCESSOIRES sont vendus dans les mêmes conditions , mais ils ne sont couverts que par une garantie D’UN AN À COMPTER DE LA DATE D’ACHAT INITIALE . UTILISATION PERSONNELLE LES PARAGRAPHES PRÉCÉDENTS CONSTITUENT LA GARANTIE COMPLÈTE DU FABRICANT COUVRANT TOUTE MACHINE ACHETÉE ET UTILISÉE À DES FINS PERSONNELLES , FAMILIALES . DOMESTIQUES / RÉSIDENTIELLES ET NON COMMERCIALES . UTILISATION COMMERCIALE TOUTES LES UTILISATIONS AUTRES QUE L’UTILISATION PERSONNELLE TELLE QUE DÉCRITE CI - DESSUS SONT CONSIDÉRÉES COMMERCIALES . Les machines neuves achetées à des fins commerciales sont garanties de la même manière et dans les mêmes conditions , MAIS pour une durée de 60 jours à compter de la date d’achat . LES RÉPARATIONS SOUS GARANTIE NE PEUVENT ÊTRE EFFECTUÉES QUE PAR UNE STATION TECHNIQUE AGRÉÉE . TOUTE PIÈCE DE RECHANGE , NE FAISANT PAS PARTIE DE L’ÉQUIPEMENT D’ORIGINE , UTILISÉE SUR UNE MACHINE SOUS GARANTIE , EST EXCLUE DE CETTE GARANTIE , AINSI QUE TOUT ÉLÉMENT ENDOMMAGÉ PAR L’INSTALLATION D’UNE PIÈCE DE RECHANGE D’UNE MARQUE AUTRE QUE CELLE DU FABRICANT . 31
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CHAPITRE 12 : GUIDE DE DÉPANNAGE PROBLÈME CAUSE ( S ) POSSIBLE ( S ) MESURE CORRECTIVE Placez la manette ( ou bouton ) de la prise de force à la position ( OFF ) Le moteur ne tourne Manette ( ou bouton ) de la prise de force est déclenchée . pas enclenchée . Enclenchez le frein de stationnement . Frein de stationnement déclenché . Branchez le fil de la bougie . Fil de la bougie desserré . Placez la manette de commande de l’obturateur à la position VOLET Manette de commande de l’obturateur n’est DE DÉPART . pas en position de démarrage . Faites le plein avec une essence propre et fraîche . Le carburant Réservoir de carburant est vide ou essence devient éventé après trente jours . éventée . Nettoyez la canalisation ou remplacez le filtre de carburant ( si équipé ) Canalisation de carburant bouchée . Nettoyez , réglez l’écartement ou remplacez la bougie . Bougie défectueuse . Démarrez le moteur avec la manette de commande de l’obturateur à la Le moteur est noyé . position FAST ( rapide ) . Placez la manette de commande de l’obturateur à la position FAST Fonctionnement Machine fonctionnant avec volet de départ ( rapide ) . irrégulier fermé . Branchez et serrez le fil de la bougie . Fil de la bougie desserré . Nettoyez la canalisation ; faites le plein avec une essence propre . Canalisation de carburant bouchée ou Remplacez le filtre de carburant ( si équipé ) essence éventée . Débouchez l’évent ou remplacez le capuchon . L’évent du capuchon du réservoir est bouché . Débranchez la canalisation d’essence au carburateur pour vider le Eau ou saleté dans le système d’essence . réservoir d’essence . Faites le plein avec une essence fraîche . Remplacez le filtre à air ou le pré - nettoyeur ( si équpé ) . Filtre à air est sale . Moteur surchauffe Niveaud’huile est est trop bas . Faites le plein d’huile du carter . La circulation d’air est gênée . Essuyez les brins d’herbe et débris autour des ailerons refroidissant du moteur et de l’habitacle du ventilateur . Moteur hésite à vitesse Écartement de la bougie trop petit . Retirez la bougie et réglez l’écartement à 0,030 po . élevée Remplacez la bougie . Réglez l’écartement à 0,030 po . Le moteur tourne La bougie est sale , défectueuse ou irrégulièrement l’écartement est trop grand . Filtre à air est sale . Remplacez le filtre à air ou le pré - nettoyeur ( si équpé ) . Vibrations excessives Lalamede coupe est desserrée , mal réglé ou Serrez la lame et l’adaptateur . Équilibrez la lame . Remplacez la lame . déformée . Placez l’obturateur à la position FAST ( rapide ) . La tondeuse ne Vitesse du moteur trop bas . Ne tondez pas quand l’herbe est mouillé . Attendez qu’elle sêche . déchiquette pas l’herbe L’herbe est mouillé . Coupez l’herbe à un réglage élevé , puis tondez à nouveau à la hauteur L’herbe est trop haute . voulue ou sur une largeur plus étroite . Aiguisez ou remplacez la lame . La lame est émoussée . Faites le réglage latéral du plateau de coupe . La coupe est irrégulière Plateaude coupe non équilibré correctement . Aiguisez ou remplacez la lame . La lame est émoussée . Vérifiez la pression de pneu dans chacun des quatre pneus . Pression inégale de pneu 30
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• Continuez à retirer la courroie de la transmission Transmission hydrostatique en la soulevant doucement de la poulie de la La transmission hydrostatique est scellé à l’usine et transmission et en la faisant passer par - dessus le n’exige aucun entretien . Le niveau de fluide ne peut ventilateur . être vérfié et il n’est pas possible de vider ni ajouter du fluide . Assurez - vous que la zone autour du ventilateur IMPORTANT : Les ailettes de refroidissement ne de refroidissement de la transmission est toujours sont pas très flexibles . Faites attention de ne pas propre , sans brins d’herbe ni autre débris . endommager le ventilateur en retirant la courroie de la poulie de la transmission . • Faites passer la courroie neuve sur les poulies et guides de courroie EXACTEMENT comme la courroie usagée . Voir la Figure 29 . CHAPITRE 11 : REMISAGE HORS SAISON • Graissez tous les points de pivotement et essuyez Si vous ne devez pas utiliser la machine pendant une toute la machine avec un chiffon imbibé d’huile période supérieure à 30 jours , procédez de la façon pour protéger les surfaces . suivante : • Consultez la notice d’utilisation du moteur quant AVERTISSEMENT : Ne remisez jamais aux instructions de remisage de celui - ci . Videz la machine ou un contenant de carburant à complètement le carburant pour éviter les dépôts l’intérieur en présence d’une flamme nue , de gomme sur les pièces du carburateur , dans les d’étincelles ou d’une veilleuse comme celle canalisations et dans le réservoir . d’un chauffe - d’eau , d’un calorifère , d’un • Il n'est pas nécessaire d'enlever la batterie du sêche - linge ou d’un autre appareil à gaz . tracteur pour la remiser . Cependant , nettoyez le dessus de la batterie et assurez - vous qu'elle est AVERTISSEMENT : Utilisez un additif de complètement chargée . Débranchez la borne stabilisation du carburant ou videz le négative de la batterie avant de remiser le carburant dans un contenant homologué , à tracteur . l’extérieur et loin d’une flamme nue . Attendez • Remisez dans un endroit propre et sec . que le moteur ait refroidi . Éteignez toute cigarettes , cigars , pipes et autre source de REMARQUE : Assurez - vous de protéger le tracteur chaleur incandescente avant de vider le contre la rouille s’il doit être entreposé dans un abri carburant . métallique non aéré . Recouvrez le tracteur , les • Nettoyez le moteur et le tracteur à fond . chaînes , ressorts , roulements et câbles d’une fine couche d’huile ou de silicone . 29
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Plateau de coupe de 46 po avec embrayage de la prise de force électrique Poulie de tension de Embrayage de la prise de Courroie du la prise de forcee force électrique plateau ( inférieure ) ( installée sur l tracteur ) Courroie de la prise Poulie de tension de la prise de force ( supérieure ) de force Double poulie droite ( sous le guide de courroie ) Double poulie gauche Poulie centrale Vis autotaraudeuses REMARQUE : Le guide de courroie de gauche n’est pas représenté pour faciliter la compréhension . Figure 28 Poulie de la transmission ( sous le ventilateur de refroidissement ) Poulie de tension fixe en V Glissière gauche du châssis Poulie de tension en V Poulie de tension plate Ressort d’extension de la poulie Poulie motrice de tension Support des deux poulies de tension Courroie de transmission AVANT DU TRACTEUR Transmission hydrostatique Vue du dessus du tracteur . REMARQUE : Figure 29 • Retirez la courroie de la transmission en l’amenant IMPORTANT : Serrez le boulon hex . du centre à un de l’avant vers l’arrière , vers la transmission couple de 38 pieds - livre à 50 pieds - livre en remontant hydrostatique . Voir la Figure 29 . la poulie motrice ou l’embrayage de la prise de force électrique . 28
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Plateau de coupe de 42 po avec prise de force manuelle Poulie motrice ( ou embrayage de la prise Courroie nduférieure ) Poulie de tension de de force électrique ) plateau ( i la prise de forcee ( installée sur l tracteur ) Courroie de la prisere ) de force ( supérieu Poulie gauche Double poulie droite ( sous le guide de courroie ) Poulie de tension de la prise de force Poulie centrale Vis autotaraudeuses REMARQUE : Le guide de courroie de gauche n’est pas représenté pour faciliter la compréhension . Figure 27 CHANGEMENT DE LA COURROIE DE LA IMPORTANT : Notez bien la façon dont la courroie passe sur les deux poulies et l’emplacement des TRANSMISSION guides de la courroie AVANT de continuer . Toutes les courroies du tracteur s’usent et doivent • Repérez la poulie de tension fixe en V sur la être remplacées à tout signe de fendillement , de gauche , sous le châssis . Voir la Figure 29 . déchirement ou de pourriture . • Tenez la courroie des deux côtés de la poulie et déplacez - la lentement vers la glissière gauche du AVERTISSEMENT : Avant de retirer les châssis pour qu’elle sorte de la poulie de tension courroies , n’oubliez pas d’arrêter le moteur , fixe en V . Voir la Figure 29 . de retirer la clé de contact , de débrancher le • Basculez le support des deux poulies de tension fil de la bougie et de le mettre à la masse légèrement vers l’avant , avant de décrocher le contre le moteur pour empêcher tout ressort d’extension de la poulie de tension du démarrage accidentel . goujon et du support même . Ne jetez pas le IMPORTANT : Les courroies trapézoïdales ressort . installées sur le tracteur sont conçues pour un • Dégagez la courroie de la transmission des deux embrayage et un débrayage sans danger . L’emploi poulies de tension ( plate et en V ) qui se trouvent d’une courroie de remplacement ( sans le label sur le support . d’équipement d’origine ) peut s’avérer dangereux si la • Débranchez le faisceau de fils du tracteur du courroie ne se débraye pas complètement . N’utilisez raccord sur l’embrayage de la prise de force que des courroies homologuées par l’usine . électrique . • Retirez le boulon hex . du centre de la poulie Procédez comme suit pour changer ou remplacer les motrice ( ou l’embrayage de la prise de force courroies de la transmission : électrique le cas échéant ) et dégagez - la • Démontez le plateau de coupe selon les doucement du vilebrequin . Faites attention de ne instructions ci - dessus . pas perdre les rondelles ou rondelles d’écartement • Débranchez les fils de la batterie , puis démontez qui peuvent se trouver sur le dessus de la poulie la batterie et le plateau de support de la batterie motrice ou sur l’embrayage de la prise de force qui se trouvent sous le siège . électrique . REMARQUE : En enlevant la batterie , débranchez • Sur les machines équipées d’une prise de force électrique , il faut noter que la poulie motrice se d’abord le câble NÉGATIF ( noir ) de la borne , puis le trouve juste au - dessus de l’embrayage de la prise câble POSITIF ( rouge ) . Procédez dans l’ordre inverse de force électrique . Abaissez la poulie motrice pour l’installation . Il est nécessaire de retirer plusieurs assez bas pour pouvoir dégager la courroie éléments du tracteur avant de démonter la courroie de supérieure . transmission inférieure . Lisez les instructions pour juger si vous êtes en mesure d’effectuer cette opération . Sinon , adressez - vous à une station technique agréée . 27
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• Tournez un peu la goupille vers l’arrière du Un fusible est installé sous le capot , derrière le haut du tracteur et relâchez la goupille dans le trou tableau de bord , sur la barre de support . aménagé . L’autre se trouve sous le siège , sur l’intérieur du • Répétez les opérations ci - dessus sur la gauche du châssis du tracteur , près du support de la batterie . tracteur . Sortez le fusible pour déterminer s’il est en bon état . • Placez la manette de relevage dans l’encoche du Voir la Figure 25 . haut , sur le garde - boue de droite , pour dégager les tiges de relevage . • Dégagez lentement le plateau de coupe du dessous du tracteur ( du côté droit ) . CHANGEMENT DES COURROIES DU MAUVAIS BON PLATEAU Figure 25 AVERTISSEMENT : Avant de retirer les courroies , arrêtez le moteur , retirez la clé de AVERTISSEMENT : Remplacez toujours contact , débranchez le fil de la bougie et le fusible par un fusible de même mettez - le à la masse contre le moteur pour ampérage . empêcher tout démarrage accidentel . Toutes les courroies du tracteur s’usent et doivent DÉMONTAGE DU PLATEAU DE COUPE être remplacées à tout signe de fendillement , Démonter le plateau de coupe du tracteur . Procédez de déchirement ou de pourriture . comme suit : IMPORTANT : Les courroies trapézoïdales • Placez la manette , ou le bouton , de la prise de installées sur le tracteur sont conçues pour un force à la position OFF ( Arrêt ) et serrez le frein de embrayage et un débrayage sans danger . L’emploi stationnement . d’une courroie de remplacement ( sans l’étiquette • Abaissez le plateau de coupe en plaçant la d’équipement d’origine ) peut s’avérer dangereux si manette de relevage dans l’encoche la plus basse cette courroie ne se débraye pas complètement . du garde - boue de droite . N’utilisez que des courroies homologuées par l’usine . • Retirez la courroie de la prise de force électrique d’autour de l’embrayage de la prise de force et de Procédez comme suit pour changer ou remplacer les les poulies de tension de la prise de force . courroies du plateau de coupe . • Placez - vous sur la gauche du tracteur et repérez • Abaissez le plateau de coupe en plaçant la la goupille de support du plateau de coupe sur manette de relevage dans l’encoche inférieure du l’arrière , à gauche , du plateau de coupe . garde - boue de droite . • Retirez les couvre - courroies en enlevant les vis REMARQUE : Il n’est pas nécessaire de retirer la auto - taraudeuses qui les maintiennent sur le courroie la plus basse sur les modèles équipés d’un plateau de coupe . plateau de coupe de 46 po . • Faites tourner le support de la poulie de tension de • Sortez la goupille de support du plateau pour la prise de force vers l’avant de la goulotte dégager celui - ci de la tige de relevage du plateau d’éjection pour détendre la courroie . de coupe . Voir la Figure 26 . • Dégagez la courroie de la prise de force de la poulie motrice ( ou de l’embrayage de la prise de Goupilleport force électrique ) et de la ( ou des ) poulie ( s ) de de sup tension de la prise de force . • Faites pivoter la poulie de tension du plateau de coupe vers la gauche pour détendre la courroie du plateau de coupe . • Dégagez la courroie du plateau de coupe de toutes les poulies , y compris la poulie de tension du plateau de coupe . • Installez les courroies neuves de la façon illustrée à les Figure 27 et Figure 28 . • Replacez les couvre - courroies retirés précédemment . Figure 26 26
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BATTERIE DÉMARRAGE PAR CÂBLES VOLANTS La batterie est scellée et ne nécessite aucun AVERTISSEMENT : Procédez comme entretien . Il n’est pas possible de vérifier le niveau de suit pour démonter ou installer la batterie , l’acide . pour éviter tout risque de court - circuit par contact du tournevis avec le châssis . AVERTISSEMENT : Il est recommendé de bien se protéger les yeux ( avec des IMPORTANT : Ne faites jamais démarrer la lunettes de sécurité ou un masque ) , la peau batterie à plat de votre tracteur avec la batterie d’un et les vêtements en manipulant de l’acide véhicule en marche . pour batterie ( électrolyte ) ou une batterie • Branchez tout d’abord l’extrémité d’un câble contenant de l’acide . volant à la borne positive de la batterie en bon • Vérifiez que les câbles et bornes de la batterie état , puis l’autre extrémité du câble à la borne sont toujours propres et ne sont pas corrodés . positive de la batterie à plat . • Après avoir nettoyé la batterie et les bornes , • Branchez l’autre câble volant sur la borne appliquez une légère couche de vaseline ou de négative de la batterie en bon état , puis sur le graisse sur les bornes et sur la gaine de la borne châssis de la machine dont la batterie est à plat . positive . • Assurez - vous que la gaine est toujours bien AVERTISSEMENT : Procéder d’une placée sur la borne positive pour éviter tout court - façon différente peut provoquer des circuit . étincelles et les vapeurs dégagées par les batteries peuvent exploser . IMPORTANT : Si , pour une raison quelconque , il est nécessaire de démonter la batterie , débranchez AVERTISSEMENT : N’utilisez pas la toujours le câble NÉGATIF ( noir ) de la borne batterie de tracteur pour mettre en marche négative , puis le câble POSITIF ( rouge ) . Lors du d’autres véhicules . remontage de la batterie , branchez toujours le câble POSITIF ( rouge ) sur la borne positive , puis le câble NETTOYAGE DE LA BATTERIE NÉGATIF ( noir ) . Vérifiez que les câbles sont branchés sur les bornes correspondantes . Leur Gardez les bornes et le dessus de la batterie propres inversion peut changer la polarité et endommager et évitez toute corrosion . Nettoyez la batterie avec du l’alternateur du moteur . bicarbonate de soude ou avec un nettoyant commercial pour batteries . Au besoin , grattez les IMPORTANT : bornes de la batterie avec une brosse métallique pour 1 . Les fils de la batterie doivent être branchés déloger les saletés . Enduisez les bornes et les fils correctement sur les bornes . Les intervenir risque exposés avec de la graisse ou de la vaseline pour de changer la polarité et endommager le système empêcher toute corrosion . alternatif du moteur . ATTENTION : Faites attention que la solution de 2 . N’utilisez pas des câbles volants sur une batterie nettoyage ne pénètre pas dans la batterie . endommagée . PANNES DE LA BATTERIE 3 . Débranchez la borne négative avant de remiser Parmi les causes courantes de pannes de batterie , la batterie complètement chargée . notons : CHARGE DE LA BATTERIE • nemise en service initiale incorrecte Si le tracteur n’a pas été utilisé depuis longtemps , il • une charge insuffisante faudra charger la batterie avec un chargeur • une charge excessive automobile de 12 volts pendant au moins une heure à • desraccords corrodés six ampères . • le gel Ces pannes ne sont pas couvertes par la garantie . AVERTISSEMENT : Les batteries dégagent des gaz explosifs pendant leur FUSIBLES mise en charge et après . Chargez toujours les batteries dans un endroit bien aéré et ne Les deux fusibles installés dans le faisceau de fils du produisez pas d’étincelles ni de flammes à tracteur protègent le système électrique du tracteur proximité . des dégâts causés par un ampérage trop élevé . Si le système électrique ne fonctionne pas , ou si le moteur ne tourne pas , vérifiez d’abord que le fusible n’a pas sauté . 25
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