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REPLACEMENT PARTS

FLAIL BLADES

P/N 350251.

A complete replacement set. 52 of our high quality flail blades for your CR.

Includes 8 new lock clips for replacement installation.

FLAIL SHAFTS

P/N 350185.

A full set of four shafts for replacement. Includes 8 new lock clips for replacement installation.

Note: We recommend replacing the shafts when you replace flails.

DRIVE BELT

P/N 350207.

Original Equipment drive belt for your CR.

SPACER BUMPERS

P/N 350258.

A complete replacement set. 44 of 1/2" spacer bumpers and 4 of 1/4" spacer bumpers

ACCESSORIES

SLICING REEL

P/N 350252.

A complete verti-slicingreel for your CR. 20" wide reel for use in grasses that require vertical cutting, and for assisting in lawn overseeding projects.

SLICING BLADES

P/N 350187.

A full set of twenty blades for replacement. Includes 40 new capscrews, and lock nuts for replacement installation.

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Thank You for Selecting

The Powerful CR

POWER RAKE

Operator Owner's Manual

CR550HC, CR550HCV

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Specifications

 

 

 

 

 

 

CR550HC

CR550HCV

 

 

 

 

 

ENGINE: H.P.

5.0 (3.73 kW)

5.0 (3.73 kW)

 

ENGINE: TYPE

HONDA OHC

HONDA OHC

 

ENGINE: FUEL CAP.

2.1 qt. (2.0 L)

2.1 qt. (2.0 L)

 

ENGINE: OIL CAP.

0.63 qt. (0.6 L)

0.63 qt. (0.6 L)

 

WEIGHT: UNIT

125# (56.8 kg)

125# (56.8 kg)

 

WEIGHT: SHIPPING

150# (68.2 kg)

150# (68.2 kg)

 

MAX. ENGINE OPERATING SLOPE

20°

20°

Part No. 350245

Page 1 of 12

Form No. F021805A

5 IN THE INTEREST OF SAFETY

BEFORE STARTING ENGINE, READ AND UNDERSTAND THE “ENTIRE OPERATOR'S MANUAL & ENGINE MANUAL.”

THIS SYMBOL MEANS WARNING OR CAUTION. DEATH, PERSONAL INJURY AND/OR PROPERTY DAMAGE MAY OCCUR UNLESS INSTRUCTIONS ARE FOLLOWED CAREFULLY.

WARNING: The Engine Exhaust from this product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm.

WARNING: DO NOT

1.DO NOT run engine in an enclosed area. Exhaust gases contain carbon monoxide, an odorless and deadly poison.

2.DO NOT place hands or feet near moving or rotating parts.

3.DO NOT store, spill or use gasoline near an open flame, or devices such as a stove, furnace, or water heater which use a pilot light or devices which can create a spark.

4.DO NOT refuel indoors where area is not well ventilated. Outdoor refueling is recommended.

5.DO NOT fill fuel tank while engine is running. Allow engine to cool for 2 minutes before refueling. Store fuel in approved safety containers.

6.DO NOT remove fuel tank cap while engine is running.

7.DO NOT operate engine when smell of gasoline is present or other explosive conditions exist.

8.DO NOT operate engine if gasoline is spilled. Move machine away from the spill and avoid creating any ignition until the gasoline has evaporated.

9.DO NOT transport unit with fuel in tank.

10.DO NOT smoke when filling fuel tank.

11.DO NOT choke carburetor to stop engine. Whenever possible, gradually reduce engine speed before stopping.

13.DO NOT tamper with governor springs, governor links or other parts which may change the governed engine speed.

14.DO NOT tamper with the engine speed selected by the engine manufacturer.

15.DO NOT check for spark with spark plug or spark plug wire removed. Use an approved tester.

16.DO NOT crank engine with spark plug removed. If engine is flooded, place throttle in “FAST” position and crank until engine starts.

17.DO NOT strike flywheel with a hard object or metal tool as this may cause flywheel to shatter in operation. Use proper tools to service engine.

18.DO NOT operate engine without a muffler. Inspect periodically and replace, if necessary. If engine is equipped with muffler deflector, inspect periodically and replace, if necessary, with correct deflector.

19.DO NOT operate engine with an accumulation of grass, leaves, dirt or other combustible material in the muffler area.

20.DO NOT use this engine on any forest covered, brush covered, or grass covered unimproved land unless a spark arrester is installed on the muffler. The arrester must be maintained in effective working order by the operator. In the State of California the above is required by law (Section 4442 of the California Public Resources Code). Other states may have similar laws. Federal laws apply on federal lands.

21.DO NOT touch hot muffler, cylinder, or fins because contact may cause burns.

22.DO NOT run engine without air cleaner or air cleaner cover.

23.DO NOT operate during excessive vibration!

24.DO NOT leave machine unattended while in operation.

25.DO NOT park machine on a steep grade or slope.

WARNING: DO

1.ALWAYS DO remove the wire from the spark plug when servicing the engine or equipment TO PREVENT ACCIDENTAL STARTING.

2.DO keep cylinder fins and governor parts free of grass and other debris which can affect engine speed.

3.DO pull starter cord slowly until resistance is felt. Then pull cord rapidly to avoid kickback and prevent hand or arm injury.

4.DO examine muffler periodically to be sure it is functioning effectively. A worn or leaking muffler should be repaired or replaced as necessary.

5.DO use fresh gasoline. Stale fuel can gum carburetor and cause leakage.

6.DO check fuel lines and fittings frequently for cracks or leaks. Replace if necessary

7.Follow engine manufacturer operating and maintenance instructions.

8.Inspect machine and work area before starting unit.

12. DO NOT run engine at excessive speeds. This may result in injury & /or damage to unit.

6TABLE OF CONTENTS

SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS

2

GENERAL SAFETY

3

ASSEMBLY

3

CONTROLS

4

LABELS

4

OPERATION

5 - 6

MAINTENANCE

7

PARTS DRAWING & LIST...

8 - 11

TROUBLESHOOTING

12

WARRANTY PROCEDURE

12

Part No. 350245

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SOUND

Sound tests conducted were in accordance with 2000/14/EEC and were performed on 2/9/2002 under the conditions listed:

NOTE: Sound power level listed is the highest value for any model in this manual. Please refer to serial plate on the unit for the sound power level for your model.

Sound level of 81 dBA at operator position

 

GENERAL CONDITION:

Sunny

 

TEMPERATURE:

 

43° F (6.1° C)

 

WIND SPEED:

 

10 MPH (16.1 kmh)

 

WIND DIRECTION:

 

North West

99 dB

 

HUMIDITY:

 

82.2 %

 

BAROMETRIC PRESSURE:

 

29.72" Hg (754mm Hg)

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8VIBRATION

VIBRATION LEVELS 3.2 g max.

Vibration levels at the operators handles were measured in the vertical, lateral, and longitudinal directions using calibrated vibration test equipment. Tests were performed on 09/08/97 under the conditions listed:

GENERAL CONDITION:

Sunny

TEMPERATURE:

85° F (29.4° C)

WIND SPEED:

10 MPH (16.1 kmh)

WIND DIRECTION:

East

 

HUMIDITY:

31 %

 

BAROMETRIC PRESSURE:

29.91" Hg (760mm Hg)

Form No. F021604A

9GENERAL SAFETY

For your safety and the safety of others, these directions should be followed:

Do not operate this machine without first reading owner's manual and engine manufacturer's manual.

Use of Ear Protection is recommended while operating this machine.

Use of Eye and Breathing protection is recommended when using this machine, especially in dry and dusty conditions.

Wearing gloves is recommended while operating this machine.

·DO NOT place hands or feet underneath unit, near debris outlet or near any moving parts.

·DO NOT start engine without height adjust lever in up position and clutch bail disengaged.

·DO NOT start or operate machine with guards removed. ·DO NOT perform any service on the unit without removing the spark plug wire.

·DO NOT operate a machine that exhibits excessive vibration. ·DO NOT operate this machine on slopes greater than19°. ·DO NOT use this unit on any surface other than grass lawns. ·DO NOT allow children to operate this equipment.

-DOread all maintenance and operating instructions before begining work.

-DOread all engine manufacturers operating and maintenance instructions.

-DOinspect lawn before begining work. Remove all rocks, wire, string, or other objects that can present a hazard during work prior to starting.

-DOidentify and mark all fixed objects to be avoided during work, such as sprinkler heads, water valves, buried cables, or clothes line anchors, etc.

10 ASSEMBLY

Read all safety and operating instructions before assembling or starting this unit.

PUT OIL IN ENGINE BEFORE STARTING

1.ASSEMBLE left rear wheel to axle using 3/4" wrench.

2.UNFOLD the upper handle (item 26) and slide handle lock loops (item 28) into place to secure the upper handle to the lower.

3.CHECK engine oil level and fill to proper level with engine manufactur ers recommended grade of oil. Move height adjust lever to down position, to level engine during checking. See engine manufacturers instruction manual.

4.CONNECT spark plug wire.

11 PACKING CHECKLIST

These items should be included in your carton. If any

Per Model

of these parts are missing, contact your dealer.

 

26

28

28

Engine

Check

 

Manual Per

Honda GC 5.0 OHC

Model

 

Check Owner's

Manual

350245

Check Literature CR

Accessories

Literature 350246

Assembly

350243

Check

Warranty

Card 400972

Check EU Declaration

of Conformity &

EU Distributor

List 350139

Part No. 350245

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Form No. F021805A

13 CONTROLS

HONDA ENGINE THROTTLE CONTROL

THROTTLE LEVER

FUEL VALVE

CHOKE LEVER

 

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INSTRUCTION LABELS

These labels should be included on your Power Rake. If any of these labels are damaged, replace them before putting this equipment into operation. Item and part numbers are given to help in ordering replacement labels.

 

WARNING

 

 

 

 

 

 

EXPLOSIVE FUEL

400268

 

 

 

 

 

 

Label Danger

 

 

STOP ENGINE AND ALLOW TO

 

 

 

 

Keep Hands

 

 

COOL BEFORE REFUELING.

 

 

 

 

 

and Feet

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Label Do Not Fill While

 

Away

 

Engine Is Hot

 

Item 51 Part

 

Item 50 Part No.400268

 

No.400424

 

15 ENGINE LABELS

Honda

 

'

 

'

 

'

 

'

'

'

 

 

DANGER

810736

Label Danger Flying Material

Item 48 Part No.810736

RELEASE TO DISENGAGE CLUTCH

PULL TO ENGAGE CLUTCH

830503

Label Clutch Item 49

Part No.830503

WARNING

900327

Label Danger Guard

Item 52 Part No.900327

ROTATE KNOB TO ADJUST BLADE DEPTH

BLADES UP

BLADES DOWN

LOOSEN JAM NUT

BEFORE ADJUSTING

BLADE DEPTH THEN

TIGHTEN BACK TO

LOCK IN PLACE

BLADES UP

BLADES DOWN

TRANSPORT POSITION

OPERATING POSITION

READ OWNERS MANUAL

BEFORE OPERATING

USE PERSONAL

PROTECTION EQUIPMENT

PROTECT BYSTANDERS

FLYING DEBRIS

BEFORE STARTING, MAKE SURE:

HEIGHT ADJUST LEVER IS IN DOWN POSITION.

ALL GUARDS ARE ATTACHED.

FOR PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE

CHECK ENGINE OIL DAILY.

INSPECT AND CLEAN ENGINE AIR FILTER DAILY. REPLACE AS NEEDED.

GREASE REEL BEARINGS AND LUBRICATE DEPTH

 

CONTROL LEVER EVERY ENGINE OIL CHANGE.

350224

INSPECT MACHINE BEFORE EACH USE AND REPLACE ANY

ALWAYS:

 

WORN AND DAMAGED PARTS.

PROPERLY SECURE EQUIPMENT BEFORE TRANSPORTING.

DISCONNECT SPARK PLUG WIRE BEFORE SERVICING UNIT.

USE ONLY A QUALIFIED MECHANIC T O SERVICE THIS MACHINE.

Label Instructions Height Adjust

Item 35 Part No. 350224

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Form No. F021604A

16 Operation

INTENDED USE: This machine is designed for removing thatch from your lawn, renovation of existing lawns, and to assist in overseeding operations. The machine should not be used for any other purpose than that stated above.

Do not operate if excessive vibration occurs. If excessive vibration occurs, shut engine off immediately and check for damaged or worn reel, loose pulley bolts or set screws, loose engine or lodged foreign objects. (See trouble shooting section on page 12).

Like all mechanical tools, reasonable care must be used when operating machine.

Inspect machine work area and machine before operating. Make sure that all operators of this equipment are trained in general machine use and safety.

STARTING ENGINE

ENGINE: See engine manufacturer’s instructions for type and amount of oil and gasoline used.

Engine must be level when checking and filling oil and gasoline.

ENGINE SPEED: Controlled by throttle lever on the engine. Under normal conditions, operate at full throttle to accomplish your task.

FUEL VALVE: Move fuel valve to "ON" position (Honda only).

CHOKE: Operated with lever on the engine.

THROTTLE: Move throttle control on engine to fast position. Pull starting rope to start engine.

IF YOUR UNIT FAILS TO START:

See Troubleshooting on page 12.

BLADE POSITION & DEPTH CONTROL LEVER

The blades can be raised or lowered into the ground by height adjusment lever on the engine base. The resulting blade depth can be adjusted higher or lower.

See ADJUSTING BLADE DEPTH.

BLADES UP

TRANSPORT

BLADES DOWN

RUNNING

ADJUSTING BLADE DEPTH

Counter Clockwise:

Clockwise:

To raise blades

To lower blades

The depth of the blades can be raised or lowered by rotating the knob on the top of the adjustment lever. The blades are lowered by rotating the knob clockwise, and raised by rotating the knob counter-clockwise.The relative depth of the blades can be gauged by using the depth scale located on the right front corner of the engine base.

RAKING OPERATION

DO NOTUse this machine on any surface other than a lawn. DO NOTUse this machine on slopes in excess of 19°.

DO NOTAllow persons unfamiliar with this equipment to operate it. DO NOTAllow children to operate this equipment.

MOW: Mow the lawn to it's normal cut height

DRY: Be sure grass is dry. Wet conditions can cause increased damage to healthy grass.

SET DEPTH: With engine off, set the raking depth so that the blades just touch on a flat surface (i.e. driveway, or sidewalk).

START ENGINE: See above.

ENGAGE BLADES: Pull back on the bail on the operators handle. NOTE: When engaging the blades in heavy load conditions (i.e. heavy thatch, or very uneven turf), push down on the operators handle lifting the front wheels slightly. Engage the blades. Slowly lower the unit into the turf.

RAKE: Rake a small test area and examine the results. Thatch should be removed and deposited on top of the healthy grass. If excessive damage occurs to healty grass, adjust the blade depth to decrease damage. Continue raking the yard, working in one direction (i.e. north-south,oreast-west).

NOTE: If a large drop in engine RPM occurs, or the unit pulls you forward and bounces during operation the blade depth is set too low.

REMOVE THATCH: After raking, a layer of thatch will be deposited over the top of the lawn. This thatch must be removed prior to any fertilizing, seeding, or watering of the lawn. We suggest the use of a lawn vacuum or wheeled blower for collection and removal of the thatch.

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Form No. F021805A

16 OPERATIONcontinued

VERTI-CUTTINGOPERATION

OVERSEEDING OPERATION continued

 

DO NOTUse this machine on any surface other than a lawn. DO NOTUse this machine on slopes in excess of 19°.

DO NOTAllow persons unfamiliar with this equipment to operate it.

DO NOTAllow children to operate this equipment.

MOW: Mow the lawn to it's normal cut height

DRY: Be sure grass is dry. Wet conditions can cause increased damage to healty grass.

SET DEPTH: With engine off, set the raking depth so that the blades just touch on a flat surface (i.e. driveway, or sidewalk).

SLICE: Run machine over the area that has been seeded to incorporate the seed into the soil. If excessive damage occurs to healthy grass, adjust the blade depth to decrease damage. Continue raking the yard, working in one direction (i.e. north-south,oreast-west).NOTE: If a large drop in engine RPM occurs, or the unit pulls you forward and bounces during operation the blade depth is set too low.

WATER/FERTILIZE: After the seed has been worked into the soil, water and fertilize according to the seed suppliers directions.

Hints!

RAKING/SLICING TIPS

 

START ENGINE: See Page 5.

ENGAGE BLADES: Pull back on the bail on the operators handle. NOTE: When engaging the blades in heavy load conditions (i.e. heavy thatch, or very uneven turf), push down on the operators handle lifting the front wheels slightly. Engage the blades. Slowly lower the unit into the turf.

SLICE: Verti-cuta small test area and examine the results. Some thatch and cut stems should be removed and deposited on top of the healthy grass. Grass runners should be cut and ready for removal. If excessive damage occurs to healthy grass, adjust the blade depth to decrease damage. Continue raking the yard, working in one direction (i.e.north-south,oreast-west).NOTE: If a large drop in engine RPM occurs, or the unit pulls you forward and bounces during operation the blade depth is set too low.

REMOVE THATCH/STEMS: After verti-cutting,a layer of thatch and cut stems will be deposited over the top of the lawn. We suggest the use of a lawn vacuum or wheeled blower for collection and removal of the thatch/stems.

OVERSEEDING OPERATION

DO NOTUse this machine on any surface other than a lawn. DO NOTUse this machine on slopes in excess of 19°.

DO NOTAllow persons unfamiliar with this equipment to operate it.

DO NOTAllow children to operate this equipment.

MOW: Mow the lawn to it's normal cut height

DRY: Be sure grass is dry. Wet conditions can cause increased damage to healthy grass.

SEED: Spred grass seed according to the seed suppliers directions (e.g. 10 lbs. per 1000 ft2 [4.5 kg. per 93 m2 ])

SET DEPTH: With engine off, set the raking depth so that the blades reach 1/4"-1/2"(6-12mm) below a flat surface (i.e. driveway, or sidewalk).

START ENGINE: See Page 5.

ENGAGE CLUTCH: Pull back on the bail on the operators handle. NOTE: When engaging the clutch in heavy load conditions (i.e. heavy thatch, or very uneven turf), push down on the operators handle lifting the front wheels slightly. Engage the clutch. Slowly lower the unit into the turf.

THATCH: Thatch is a dense layer of dead grass, clippings, and roots that builds up over time at the base of of the lawn preventing air, water, and fertilizer from reaching the soil.

This can cause shallow root development and make a lawn more susceptible to drought and disease. Thatch also provides an ideal environment for insects to hide and multiply. Periodic removal of thatch will keep your lawn in good health.

HEAVY THATCH: Lawns with an excessive amount of thatch will require multiple treatments for effective removal. Trying to remove excessive thatch (greater than 3/4"[19 mm] deep) in one treatment will damage or destroy the living part of the lawn. It is best to remove heavy thatch in seasonal treatments (i.e. spring, and fall).

CHECK: Before begining, it is best to evaluate the condition of the lawn by cutting one or more core samples from area to be treated. A core can be cut using a piece of pvc, or metal pipe. Hammer the pipe into the ground, remove it, push the core out of the pipe and inspect it to determine the depth of thatch in your yard.

SLOPES: Rake slopes across not up and down. This is much easier and safer for the operator and is better for the lawn. Raking across will help to reduce runoff during watering and allow the sloped ground to hold more seed, fertilizer, and water. The units maximum operating slope is 35% or 19°.

DEPTH: The wide range of depth adjusment on your unit is provided to allow for blade wear. Setting the reel deeper will not produce better, or quicker results. The flail reel is intended to be set so it just touches the surface on flat ground. The slicing reel should be set even with the ground for verti-slicingwork, and set to a maximum 1/2" depth for overseeding jobs. Setting the reel deeper than this will only result in premature wear on the unit (i.e. failed belt). If you desire to work the ground deeper than the above guidlines allow, it should be done gradually in multiple passes.

FOLDING HANDLE

This unit is equipped with a folding upper handle for easier storage and transportation. The handle can be folded by sliding the handle lock loops(item 28) up. This releases the upper handle, allowing it to be folded over the unit.

HANDLING & TRANSPORTING

This unit requires two people to lift it. With the handle in the folded position, lift holding the lower handle and belt/shaft guard one on each side of the machine. Secure the machine in place during transport.

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Form No. F021604A

17 MAINTENANCE

Use only a qualified mechanic for any adjustments, disassembly or any kind of repair .

WARNING: TO AVOID PERSONAL INJURY, ALWAYS

TURN MACHINE OFF, MAKE SURE ALL MOVING

PARTS COME TO A COMPLETE STOP.

DISCONNECT SPARK PLUG WIRE

BEFORE SERVICING UNIT.

ENGINE: See engine manufacturer operator's instructions.

RECONNECT SPARK PLUG WIRE,

AND ALL GUARDS, BEFORE

STARTING ENGINE.

USE ONLY BILLY GOAT ORIGINAL

EQUIPMENT PARTS FOR

REPLACEMENT AND REPAIR

BLADE WEAR AND ROTATING REEL END TO END

FLAIL BLADE WEAR

1. Wait for engine to cool and disconnect spark plug.

2. Close fuel valve on engine. (Honda only)

3. Lean unit back onto lower handles and secure in place.

4. Inspect blades for wear, and immediately replace any bent or cracked blades. Measure the overall length of the blade. (See fig. 1)

5. If blades measure less than 3.0"(76 mm) in overall length they must be replaced. NOTE: We recommend replacing all the flails at once.

Fig. 1

SLICING BLADE WEAR

1. Wait for engine to cool and disconnect spark plug.

2. Close fuel valve on engine. (Honda only)

3. Lean unit back onto lower handles and secure in place.

4. Inspect blades for wear, and immediately replace any bent or cracked blades. Measure the overall length of the blade from the center of the attachment bolts to the tip of the worn blade.

5. If blades measure less than 3.0"(76 mm) they must be replaced. NOTE: We recommend replacing all the blades at once.

ROTATING FLAIL REEL END TO END

To maximize flail blade life and performance the reel can be rotated end to end periodically to provide a fresh lead cutting edge. Takes approx. 20 min. and requires two 1/2" socket wrenches with extension bar.

1. Wait for engine to cool and disconnect spark plug.

2. Close fuel valve on engine. (Honda only)

3. Lean unit back onto lower handles and secure in place.

4. Remove (6) lock nuts(item 62) holding the belt and shaft guards(item 21 &22) in place. It is necessary to lower the height adjust lever to reach the locknuts on the guards. Remove the guards.

5.Remove the drive belt(item 9) by "walking" it out of the groove on the reel pulley(item 2).

6.Remove the (4) lock nuts(item 60) and washers(item 68) holding the bearings(item 23) to the frame of the unit.

7.The reel is now free from the machine. Slide the reel down and out of the machine.

8.Remove the capscrew(item 71), lockwasher(item 57), reel pulley(item 2), key(item 42), and reel spacer(item 10) from the end of the reel.

9.Rotate the reel end to end, and re-installthese items on the opposite end of the reel.

10.Re-installthe reel in reverse order of removal.Re-installthe guards in reverse order of removal.

DRIVE BELT REPLACEMENT

NOTE: Takes approx. 10 min. and requires 3/8" socket wrench with extension.

1. Wait for engine to cool and disconnect spark plug.

2 . Remove (6) self tapping screws (item 65) holding the belt guard (item 21 & 22) in place. Remove the guard.

3. Remove the belt (item 9) by rotating the reel pulley(item 2) and walking it out of the groove. Discard old belt

4. Install new belt using same procedure to walk the belt into the groove.

5. With new belt installed pull bail rod back to engaged position and measure extension of idler spring. Spring should stretch 1" to 1.25" (25-32mm) with bail engaged. Adjust clutch cable as necessary to achieve this extension.

6. Re-installthe belt guard.

Maintenance Schedule

Follow these hourly

maintenance intervals.

 

 

 

 

Maintenance Operation

Every Use

Every

(Daily)

25 hrs

 

Engine (See Engine Manual)

Check engine oil

Inspect and clean engine air filter

Grease reel bearings

Inspect belt

Inspect for loose, worn, or damaged parts

Oil height adjustment linkage

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Form No. F021805A

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18 PARTS DRAWING

CR550HC, CR550HCV

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Form No. F021604A

item

PARTS

CR550HC

QTY

CR550HCV

QTY

no.

LIST

Part No.

 

Part No.

 

1

Pulley 3.0" O.D.

350101

1

350101

1

2

Pulley 5.5" O.D. X ¾"

350206

1

350206

1

3

Wheel 8" Semi-PneuWhite

350236

4

350236

4

4

Bar Strap

350211

1

350211

1

5

Rod Height Wa

350220

1

350220

1

6

Reel Flail Assy (see page 10 & 11 for parts list and detailed dwg.)

350241

1

350252

1

7

Pulley Idler 2.75"

350114

1

350114

1

8

Arm Idler WA

350115

1

350115

1

9

Belt 5L X 34"

350207

1

350207

1

10

Spacer Reel Pulley

350118

1

350118

1

11

Bracket Belt Finger

350208

1

350208

1

12

Chassis WA W/ Label

350235

1

350235

1

13

Frame Front WA

350213

1

350213

1

14

GRIP 1" x 13"

400570

2

400570

2

15

Label Instr. Hgt. Adj.

350224

1

350224

1

16

Link Height Bar

350223

1

350223

1

17

Knob Height Adj.

850154

1

850154

1

18

STUD 3/4"-10X 5 1/2" PLTD

810538

1

810538

1

19

LOCKNUT ASSY

800227

1

800227

1

20

WASHER 3\4" NYLON

800109

1

800109

1

21

Guard Belt Top Wa

350248

1

350248

1

22

Guard Belt Bottom Wa

350249

1

350249

1

23

Bearing ¾" Cast Flange

350209

2

350209

2

24

Handle Lower LH WA

350134

1

350134

1

25

Handle Lower RH WA

350135

1

350135

1

26

Handle Upper PR500

350136

1

350136

1

27

Bail Clutch WA

350137

1

350137

1

28

Loop Folding Handle

350138

2

350138

2

29

Deflector Rubber

350210

1

350210

1

30

Guard Shaft CR

350250

1

350250

1

31

PIN LIFT FRONT 3/8" X 21 3/16" Long

350212

1

350212

1

32

PIN COTTER 1/8" X 1" Z/P

8197031

1

8197031

1

33

SCREWCAP 5/16-24x3/4"GR5

8042026

2

8042026

2

34

SCREWCAP 5/16 - 18 x 1 1/2

8041030

7

8041030

7

35

WASHER 1/4" FLAT Z/P

8171002

8

8171002

8

36

SCREWCAP 1/4"-20X21/2"

8041012

1

8041012

1

37

BELT FINGER WIRE

350301

1

350301

1

38

Cable Clutch Reel PR500

350181

1

350181

1

39

Spring Extension

350300

1

350300

1

40

Bolt Shoulder 1/2" X 1"

500114

1

500114

1

41

ENGINE HONDA 5.0 HP GC

430272

1

430272

1

42

KEY 3/16" X 1"

9201078

2

9201078

2

43

NUT 1/2 - 13 JAM

8162005

4

8162005

4

44

WASHER 1/2 SAE

8172011

8

8172011

8

45

SCREWCAP 1/2-13x 3" Z/P

8041102

4

8041102

4

46

SCREWCAP 5/16"-18X11/4" HCS ZP

8041029

4

8041029

4

47

NUT LOCK 5/16-18

8160002

9

8160002

9

48

LABEL DANGER THROWN OBJECT

810736

1

810736

1

49

LABEL CLUTCH VQ

830503

1

830503

1

50

LABEL HOT ENGINE

400268

1

400268

1

51

LABEL WARNING

400424

2

400424

2

52

LABEL DANGER GUARD

900327

1

900327

1

53

PLUG CAP 1" RD

890132

2

890132

2

54

BOLT CARRAIGE 3/8-16x 1 3/4

8024061

4

8024061

4

55

BOLT CARRAIGE 5/16-18x 1 3/4

8024043

2

8024043

2

56

SCREWCAP 1/4-20x1"

8041006

4

8041006

4

57

LOCK WASHER TWISTED TOOTH

400502

1

430298

2

58

SCREWCAP REEL ASSEMBLY

8041050

1

400164

1

59

NUT LOCK 1/4-20

8160001

5

8160001

5

60

NUT LOCK 3/8-16

8160003

4

8160003

4

61

NUT LOCK 3/8-16THIN

8161042

1

8161042

1

62

NUT LOCK 1/4-20

8160001

13

8160001

13

63

WASHER 5/16 FLAT CUT

8171003

8

8171003

8

64

SCREWCAP 3/8-16x11/4"

8041051

4

8041051

4

65

SCREWCAP SHEET METAL DRILL POINT 1/4X3/4

430208

6

430208

6

66

NUT JAM 1/4-20

8143001

1

8143001

1

67

SCREW MACH. #10-24X2"

8059143

1

8059143

1

68

BRACE DEFLECTOR

350234

4

350234

4

69

Knob Height Adj.

430128

1

430128

1

70

WASHER 5/16 SAE

8172009

1

8172009

1

71

SPACER CRANK CR HONDA

350338

1

350338

1

72

SCREWCAP 5/16-24x 1 1/4" GR. 8

400389

1

400389

1

73

WASHER FENDER 5/16

8172020

1

8172020

1

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Form No. F021805A

FLAIL REEL ASSY 350241

item

PARTS

CR500

QTY

no.

LIST

Part No.

 

73

SHAFT FLAIL BLADE

350141

4

74

BLADE FLAIL

350205

52

75

SPACER BUMPER 5/8" x 1/4"

350143

4

76

SPACER BUMPER 5/8" x 1/2"

350144

44

77

SHAFT WA FLAIL REEL

350145

1

78

CLIP LOCK 1/2"

350146

8

79

WASHER 1/2 SAE

8172011

8

FLAIL SHAFT KIT 350185 FLAIL BLADE KIT 350251

item

PARTS

CR500

QTY

no.

LIST

Part No.

 

73

SHAFT FLAIL BLADE

350141

4

78

CLIP LOCK 1/2"

350146

8

item

PARTS

CR500

QTY

no.

LIST

Part No.

 

74

BLADE FLAIL

350205

52

78

CLIP LOCK 1/2"

350146

8

Part No. 350245

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Form No. F021604A