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maintenance

6.Align the tabs on the cover with the slots in the housing and replace air filter cover.

7.Pull the handle outwards. Secure the handle in the air filter cover and press inwards to close.

8009-407

Align the tabs

8009-410

Close the cover

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maintenance

Fuel Filter

Replace the line-mountedfuel filter every 100 hours

(once per season) or more regularly if it is clogged.

To replace the filter:

1.Move the hose clamps away from the filter using a flat-nosedpliers.

2.Pull the filter loose from the hose ends.

3.Push the new filter into the hose ends. Position the filter with the “FLOW” arrow pointing up toward the fuel pump. If necessary, a soap solution can be applied to the filter ends to ease mounting.

4.Move the hose clamps back toward the filter.

8009-405

Fuel filter

Tire Pressures

All four tires shall have a pressure of 15 psi / 103 kPa /1 bar.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

The machine must be absolutely standing still when applying the parking brake.

Parking Brake

Visually check that no damage is found on the lever, links, or switch belonging to the parking brake. Perform a standstill test and check that there is sufficient braking action.

To adjust the parking brake, contact the Husqvarna service workshop.

WARNING!

Faulty adjustment results in reduced braking ability and can cause an accident.

8011-564

Tire pressures

8011-481

Parking brake

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maintenance

V-belts

Check every 100 hours of operation. Check for severe cracking and large nicks.

NOTE: The belt will show some small cracks in normal operation.

The belts are not adjustable. Replace belts if they begin to slip from wear.

Deck belt

To replace deck belt

Remove deck belt.

Park on a level surface. Apply park brake.

Lower the deck to the lowest cutting position.

Use a ratchet with a 9/16" socket on the spring idler bolt to relieve the tension on the belt.

Remove foot plate

Remove screws from both the left and right belt shields, and remove shields.

Remove any dirt or grass that may have accumulated around the cutter housings and entire deck surface.

Carefully roll the belt over the top of the cutter housing pulleys.

Remove the belt from around the electric clutch on the engine shaft.

The belt can now be removed

Deck belt installation

NOTE: For ease in installing the deck belt, refer to the routing decal on bottom of seat.

Wrap the deck belt around the electric clutch pulley located on the engine shaft.

Route the belt forward between the EZT (E-Series

Zero Turn Transaxles) and up onto deck.

Place belt around spring loaded idler pulley, between the pulley and guide. Secure bolt and nut.

Starting on the right hand side of the deck, wrap the belt around the stationary idler pulley, right mandrel housing, then around to the left mandrel housing.

Push inward on the idler arm. Carefully route belt over stationary idler pulley. Once belt is properly routed, slowly release idler arm to tension belt.

Check belt routing to match the routing decal, and assure the belt does not have any twist.

Replace belt shields on both mandrel housings and secure with fasteners.

WARNING!

The idler is spring loaded. Grip the idler arm or ratchet firmly and release slowly.

8011-622

Slackening the belt tensioner

Clutch Pulley

Belt routing, deck belt

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maintenance

EZT belt

To replace EZT (E-SeriesZero Turn Transaxle) belt

Park the mower on a level surface. Engage the parking brake.

EZT belt removal

NOTE: Be careful not to damage the fan blades on the

EZT´s as this can affect cooling or damage the EZT´s

Remove the deck belt (see to replace deck belt in this section of the manual).

Unplug clutch from wiring harness. Remove bolt from center of clutch and slide clutch off of engine shaft.

Create slack in the belt by removing the spring on the

pump idler arm.

Transaxle belt

• The belt should now be able to be removed from the

 

engine pulley and EZT pulleys.

 

Belt installation

Wrap the EZT belt around the EZT pulleys

Route the belt around the inside of the idler pulley.

Now you can wrap the belt around the engine pulley.

Reattach the spring on the pump idler arm.

Install clutch on to engine shaft (pulley side down) make sure key is installed and align the clutch anti-rotationtab into slot on clutch. Secure clutch, install wire.

Reinstall the deck belt onto the electric clutch belt

(see to replace deck belt in this section of the manual).

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maintenance

Checking the Blades

In order to attain the best mowing effect, it is important that the blades are well sharpened and not damaged.

WARNING!

Blades are sharp. Protect your hands with gloves and/or wrap blades with a heavy cloth when handling.

Bent or cracked blades or blades with large nicks should be replaced.

Damaged blades should be replaced when hitting obstacles that result in a breakdown. Let the service workshop decide whether the blade can be repaired/ ground or must be replaced.

Balance the blades after sharpening. Check the blade mounts.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

The sharpening of blades should be carried out by an authorized service workshop.

Blade replacement

Remove blade bolt by turning counterclockwise.

Install new or re-sharpenedblade with stamped “GRASS SIDE” facing towards ground/grass (down) or “THIS SIDE UP” facing deck and cutter housing.

Install and tighten blade bolt securely.

Torque blade bolt to 45-55ft/lbs(60-75Nm).

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

To ensure proper assembly, center hole in blade must align with star on cutter housing.

8011-604

Check the blades

4

1

2

3

5

8011-604

1.Blade

2.Center hole

3.Star

4.Cutter housing

5.Blade bolt, special

Blade attachment

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maintenance

Adjusting the Mower Deck

WARNING!

Before performing any service or adjustment checklist:

1.Engage the parking brake.

2.Place the Blade switch in the disengaged position.

3.Turn ignition switch to “OFF” position and remove the key.

4.Make sure the blades and all moving parts have completely stopped.

5.Disconnect the spark plug wire from all spark plugs and place the wire where it cannot come in contact with the plug.

Leveling

Adjust the deck while the mower is on a level surface.

Make sure the tires are inflated to the correct pressure.

See “Technical Data” under Transmission. If tires are under or over inflated, you can not properly adjust your deck.

NOTE: It may be easier to adjust the front lift linkages by removing the floor pan before any adjustments are made.

Side-to-sideadjustment

1.Raise the deck into the four inch 4" (102 mm) cutting position.

2.Measure height from the bottom edge of the deck to the ground at both front corners. Distance “A” should be the same, or within 3/16" (5 mm) of an inch.

3.If adjustment is necessary, make adjustment to one side of the deck only.

4.Remove the securing ring from the top pin and the bottom clevis pin. Push bottom clevis pin through deck lift connector while supporting deck. Adjust by moving the deck lift connector to a new hole to lower or raise that specific corner of the deck. The round hole closest to the long slot is the shorter length and will raise the deck, the round hole farthest away from the long slot is the longer of the two and would lower the deck when used.

5.Recheck measurements after adjustment.

WARNING!

Blades are sharp. Protect your hands with gloves and/or wrap blades with a heavy cloth when handling.

A

A

 

CZ-16

Distances A

1

2

8011-604

1.Front lift linkage

2.Hex nut

Adjustment A

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maintenance

Front-to-backadjustment

To obtain the best cutting performance, the deck should be adjusted so the front tip of the blades are approximately 1/8" (3.2 mm) to ¼" (6.5 mm) lower than the rear tip. If the front tip is higher, this will create a poor quality of cut.

WARNING!

Blades are sharp. Protect your hands with gloves and/or wrap blades with a heavy cloth when handling.

B

B

 

CZ-19

Distances B

1.

Check blade height with blade facing front to rear.

 

 

Measure distance “B” at the front and rear tip of the

 

 

blade.

 

2.

Before making any necessary adjustments, check

 

 

to make sure that the deck is level side-to-side.

 

 

See “Side to Side Adjustment” in Maintenance

 

 

section.

 

3.

With the deck in the 4" (100 mm) cutting position,

 

 

measure the front and rear tip of each blade while

 

 

facing front to rear.

 

4.

To adjust, loosen the jam nut on the yoke, remove

8011-497

 

the securing ring and push the clevis pin out while

 

Rear lift linkage

 

supporting the deck. To lower that specific corner,

 

 

 

lengthen the rod assembly by turning the yoke

 

 

counter clockwise. To raise that specific corner,

 

 

shorten the rod assembly by turning the yoke

 

 

clockwise.

 

5.

Reinstall clevis pin and recheck dimension.

 

6.

Once front to back adjustment is correct, reinstall

 

 

securing rings and secure jam nuts.

 

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maintenance

Gauge Wheels

Anti-scalprollers are properly adjusted when they are just slightly off of the ground when the deck is at the desired cutting height in the operating position. Antiscalp rollers then keep the deck in the proper position to help prevent scalping in most terrain conditions.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

Adjust Anti-scalprollers with the mower on a flat level surface.

The gauge wheels can be set in three positions:

Upper position 1½ to 3" (38 to 76 mm) grass.

Middle position 3" to 4½" (76 to 114 mm) grass.

Lower position 4½" to 6" (114 to 152 mm) grass.

The rollers should be approximately ¼" (6.5 mm) from ground. Do not adjust the rollers to support the deck.

1.Adjust the deck to the desired cutting height (see

“TO ADJUST DECK CUTTING HEIGHT” in the operation section of this manual).

2.Using a ¾" wrench and a 9/16" wrench, remove the nut and shoulder bolt from the gauge wheel.

3.Lower the gauge wheel to the ground, and raise it up to the next highest hole.

4.Replace and tighten the nut and shoulder bolt.

5.All of the gauge wheels should be adjusted to the same position.

6.Readjust the gauge wheels if the cutting height is changed.

CZ-9

Anti-scalproller

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maintenance

Cleaning

Regular cleaning and washing, especially under the mower deck, will increase the machine’s life-span.Make it a habit to clean the machine directly after use (after it is cooled), before the dirt sticks.

Do not spray water on the top of the mower deck. Use compressed air to clean the top side of mower deck. Regularly clean deck and underside of the deck with normal water pressure. Do not use a high pressure washer or steam cleaner. Avoid spraying engine and electrical components with water.

Do not rinse hot surfaces with cold water. Let unit cool before washing.

Use protective glasses when cleaning and washing.

8050-092

Cleaning

Caster Wheels

 

Check every 200 hours. Check that wheels rotate

 

freely. If not, take the unit to your dealer for service.

 

Foam filled tires or solid tires will void the warranty.

 

Removal and Reinstallation

 

Remove nut and caster bolt.

 

Pull the wheel out of the fork and take care of the

1

sleeve.

 

Install in reverse order. Tighten caster bolt.

 

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

DO NOT add any type of tire liner or foam fill material to the tires. Excessive loads

created by foam filled tires will cause premature failures.

Only use O.E.M. specified tires.

8011-619

1. Caster bolt

Caster wheel

Hardware

Check daily. Inspect the entire machine for loose or missing hardware.

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LUBRICATION

Lubrication Schedule

A

B

B

C

C

Lubrication schedule and Symbol Key

8011-673

 

12/12= Every year

Lubricate with grease gun

Lubricate with oil can

1/52=

Every Week

Oil change

Level check

1/365=

Every day

Filter change

 

General

Remove the ignition key to prevent unintentional movements during lubrication.

When lubricating with an oil can, it must be filled with engine oil.

When lubricating with grease, unless otherwise stated, use a high grade molybdenum disulphide grease. For daily use, the machine shall be lubricated twice weekly.

Wipe away excess grease after lubrication.

It is important to avoid getting lubricant on the belts or the drive surfaces on the belt pulleys. Should this happen, attempt to clean them with spirits. If the belt continues to slip after cleaning, it must be replaced. Gasoline or other petroleum products must not be used to clean belts.

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LUBRICATION

Lubricating With The Schedule

Caster wheels

Lubricate with a grease gun. One zerk for each bearing, two strokes. Use only good quality grease. See General in Lubrication.

Engine Oil

Changing the Engine Oil

The engine oil should be changed for the first time after 5-8hours of operation. Thereafter, it shall be changed every 50 hours.

1.Place the machine on a flat surface.

2.Remove the yellow cap and fit a hose to the drain valve.

WARNING!

Engine oil can be very hot if it is drained directly after stopping the engine. Allow the engine to cool for a 2-3minutes before maintenance.

8011-717

Caster wheel zerk

3.Place a container under the engine where the hose from the oil drain valve exits.

4.Remove the dipstick and open the drain valve by turning and pulling out the black sleeve.

5.Allow the oil to run out into the container.

6.Then close the oil drain valve.

7.Remove hose and install the yellow cap. The cap must be installed to stop flow if the valve is opened by mistake.

8.Replace the oil filter if necessary.

9.Fill with new engine oil in accordance with Checking the Oil Level.

10.Start the engine. Run it for a few seconds. Stop and recheck the oil level.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

Used engine oil is a health hazard and must not be disposed of on the ground or in nature; it should always be disposed of at a workshop or appropriate disposal location.

Avoid skin contact; wash with soap and water in case of spills.

8011-409

Oil drain valve

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LUBRICATION

Oil Level

Check the oil level in the engine when the machine is standing level and the engine is stopped.

Remove the dipstick, wipe it clean, and screw it back into place.

Take the dipstick out again and read the oil level. The oil level shall lie between the markings on the dipstick.

If the level is approaching the “ADD” mark, fill the oil to the “FULL” mark on the dipstick. Never fill above the

“FULL” mark.

The oil is filled through the hole for the dipstick. API class SF, SG, SH, SJ or higher must be used

Synthetic oil SAE 5W-30or 10W30 is recommended at all temperatures. Mineral oil SAE5W-30,10W30 can be used between 0°F/-18°C and 40 °F/+5 °C. At temperature above 40 °F/+5 °C single grade SAE 30 must be used.

The engine holds 1.5 quarts (1.4 liters) of oil excluding the filter; including the filter 1.6 quarts (1.5 liters).

Changing the Oil Filter

1.Drain the engine oil following the procedure described in Engine Oil/ Change Engine Oil section.

2.Remove the oil filter. If necessary, use a filter remover.

3.Wipe new, clean engine oil on the seal of the new filter.

4.Mount the filter by hand with + ¾ turn.

5.Run the engine warm, to check that there are no leaks around the oil filter seal.

Transmission

The transmission is maintenance free and there is no need for level checks or oil changes. If a leak occurs, replace the unit or contact your Husqvarna dealer.

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8011-500

Remove the dipstick

8009-159

Dipstick markings

8011-739-1

Kohler oil filter

8011-739-1

Briggs & Stratton oil filter

troubleshooting guide

Problem

Cause

The engine will not start.

The blade switch is engaged.

The steering controls are not locked in the neutral position.

The driver is not sitting in the driver’s seat.

The parking brake is not activated.

The battery is dead.

Contamination in the carburetor or fuel line.

The fuel supply is closed or the tap for the fuel tank is in the wrong position.

Clogged fuel filter or fuel line.

The starter does not turn the engine over.

Dead battery.

 

 

• Poor contacts on the battery terminal cable

 

 

 

connections.

 

 

Fuse blown.

 

 

Ignition system faulty.

 

 

• Fault in the starter safety circuit. See Checking the

 

 

 

Safety System in the “Maintenance Section,”

 

 

 

 

The engine runs rough.

Faulty carburetor.

 

 

• The choke control is pulled out with warm engine.

 

 

Defective valves.

 

 

• Defective piston, cylinder, piston ring, or

 

 

 

cylinder head seal.

 

 

• The cylinder head bolts are loose.

 

 

• Clogged fuel filter or jet.

 

 

• Clogged ventilation valve on the fuel cap.

 

 

• Fuel tank nearly empty.

 

 

Defective spark plug.

 

 

• The spark plug is loose.

 

 

Defective ignition cable.

 

 

• Defective spark plug electrode.

 

 

• Defective spark plug connection.

 

 

• Rich fuel mixture or fuel-airmixture.

 

 

Wrong fuel type.

 

 

• Water in the fuel.

 

 

Clogged air filter.

 

 

• Air trapped in hydraulic system.

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troubleshooting guide

 

Problem

Cause

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The engine seems weak.

Clogged air filter.

 

 

 

Defective spark plugs.

 

 

 

Carburetor incorrectly adjusted.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The engine overheats.

Clogged air intake or cooling fins.

 

 

 

Engine overloaded.

 

 

 

• Poor ventilation around engine.

 

 

 

• Defective engine speed regulator.

 

 

 

• Soot in the combustion chamber.

 

 

 

• Too little or no oil in the engine.

 

 

 

Defective spark plug.

 

 

 

Pre-ignitionincorrect.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Battery not charging.

Poor contact with battery terminal cable

 

 

 

 

connectors.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The machine moves slowly, unevenly, or not at all.

Parking brake on.

 

 

 

• Bypass valve on pump open.

 

 

 

• Drive belt for the transmission gears slack or has

 

 

 

 

come off.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mower deck not engaging.

Drive belt for the mower deck has come loose.

 

 

 

• Contact for the electromagnetic coupling has

 

 

 

 

loosened.

 

 

 

• The blade switch is faulty or has come loose, from

 

 

 

 

the cable contact.

 

 

 

• The fuse has blown.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Transaxle leaks oil.

Damaged seals, housing, or gaskets.

 

 

 

• Air trapped in hydraulic system.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Uneven mowing results.

Different air pressure in the tires on the left and

 

 

 

 

right sides.

 

 

 

Bent blades.

 

 

 

• The suspension for the mower deck is uneven.

 

 

 

• The blades are dull.

 

 

 

• Driving speed too high.

 

 

 

• The grass is too long.

 

 

 

• Grass collected under the mower deck.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The machine vibrates.

The blades are loose.

 

 

 

• The blades are incorrectly balanced.

 

 

 

• The engine is loose.

 

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STORAGE

Winter Storage

At the end of the mowing season, the machine should be readied for storage (or if it will not be in use for longer than 30 days). Fuel allowed to stand for long periods of time (30 days or more) can leave sticky residues that can plug the carburetor and disrupt engine function.

Fuel stabilizers are an acceptable option as regards to the sticky residues that can occur during storage.

Add stabilizer to the fuel in the tank or in the storage container. Always use the mixing ratios specified by the manufacturer of the stabilizer. Run the engine for at least 10 minutes after adding the stabilizer so that it reaches the carburetor. Do not empty the fuel tank and the carburetor if you have added stabilizer

WARNING!

Never store an engine with fuel in the tank indoors or in poorly ventilated spaces where fuel vapor can come in contact with open flames, sparks, or a pilot light such as in a boiler, hot water tank, clothes drier, etc. Handle the fuel with care.

It is very flammable and can cause serious personal injury and property damage. Drain the fuel into an approved container outdoors and far away from open flame. Never use gasoline for cleaning. Use a degreaser and warm water instead.

To ready the machine for storage, follow these steps:

1.Thoroughly clean the machine, especially under the mower deck. Touch up damage to the paint and spray a thin layer of oil on the underside of the mower deck to avoid corrosion.

2.Inspect the machine for worn or damaged parts and tighten any nuts or screws that may have become loose.

3.Change the engine oil; dispose of properly.

4.Empty the fuel tanks or add a fuel stabilizer. Start the engine and allow it to run until the carburetor is drained of fuel or the stabilizer has reached the carburetor.

5.Remove the spark plug and pour about a tablespoon of engine oil into the cylinder. Turn over the engine so that the oil is evenly distributed and then refit the spark plug.

6.Lubricate all grease zerks, joints, and axles.

7.Remove the battery. Clean, charge, and store the battery in a cool place, but protect it from direct cold.

8.Store the machine in a clean, dry place and cover it for extra protection.

Service

When ordering spare parts, please specify the purchase year, model, type, and serial number.

Always use genuine Husqvarna spare parts.

An annual check-upat an authorized service workshop is a good way to ensure that your machine performs its best the following season.

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WIRING DIAGRAMS

For units produced after to Serial Number 0752XXXXX

SOLENOID

8

14

15

6

PTO

SWITCH

10

ENGINE

GROUND

1.Battery

2.Accessory outlet

3.Key switch

4.To engine pigtail

5.Hour meter

6.Seat switch

7.Run relay

8.Blade switch

9.Brake relay

10.Electric clutch

11.Brake switch

12.Start relay

13.Starter solenoid

14.Left motion control lever

15.Right motion control lever

16.Starter

4

5

2

BLK = Black

BLU = Blue

BRN = Brown

GRN = Green

GRY = Grey

LT.BLU = Light Blue

ORG = Orange

PUR = Purple

RED = Red

WHT = White

YEL = Yellow

NO = Normally Open

NC = Normally Closed

COM = Common

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WIRING DIAGRAMS

For units produced before to Serial Number 0752XXXXX

14

15

1.Battery

2.Accessory outlet

3.Key switch

4.To engine pigtail

5.Hour meter

6.Seat switch

7.Run relay

8.Blade switch

9.Brake relay

10.Electric clutch

11.Brake switch

12.Start relay

13.Starter solenoid

14.Left motion control lever

15.Right motion control lever

16.Starter

BLK = Black

BLU = Blue

BRN = Brown

GRN = Green

GRY = Grey

LT.BLU = Light Blue

ORG = Orange

PUR = Purple

RED = Red

WHT = White

YEL = Yellow

NO = Normally Open

NC = Normally Closed

COM = Common

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TECHNICAL DATA

 

Z4219

Z4220

Engine

 

 

Manufacturer

Briggs & Stratton

Kohler

Type

Intek

Courage

Power

19 hp / 14.2kW

20 hp / 14.9kW

Lubrication

Pressure with oil filter

Pressure with oil filter

Oil capacity excluding filter

1.6 qt / 1.5 liter

1.6 qt / 1.5 liter

Oil capacity including filter

1.7 qt / 1.6 liter

1.7 qt / 1.6 liter

Engine oil

SAE 30, 10W30, 5W30

SAE 10W30, 5W20, 5W30

(See viscosity diagram)

SF, SG, SH, SJ

API SF-SJ

Fuel

Min 87 octane unleaded (Max

Min 87 octane unleaded (Max

 

ethanol 10%, Max MTBE 15%)

ethanol 10%, Max MTBE 15%)

Fuel tank capacity

3 gallon / 11.4 liters

3 gallon / 11.4 liters

Spark plugs / gap

Champion RC12YC

Champion RC12YC

 

.030" / 0.75 mm

.030" / 0.75 mm

Cooling

Air cooled

Air cooled

Air filter

Standard

Standard

Alternator

12V

12V

Starter

Electric

Electric

Transmission

 

 

Transmission

Hydrostatic transaxles

Hydrostatic transaxles

Speed and direction controls

Dual levers, foam gripped

Dual levers, foam gripped

Speed forward

0-6mph /0-9.7km/h

0-6mph /0-9.7km/h

Speed reverse

0-3.5mph /0-5.6km/h

0-3.5mph /0-5.6km/h

Brakes

Mechanical parking brake

Mechanical parking brake

Front caster tires, smooth tread

11 x 3.5-5,4 ply

11x3.5-5,4 ply

Rear tires, turf pneumatic

18 x 7.5-8

18 x 8.5-8

Tire pressure, front and rear

15 PSI / 103 kPa / 1 bar

15 PSI / 103 kPa / 1 bar

 

 

 

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TECHNICAL DATA

 

 

 

 

 

 

Z4219

Z4220

 

Cutting Width

42" / 107cm

42" / 107cm

 

Cutting Height

1.5 - 4" / 3.8 - 10.2 cm

1.5 - 4" / 3.8 - 10.2 cm

 

Uncut Circle

0

0

 

Number of Blades

2

2

 

Blade Length

21" / 533 mm

21" / 533 mm

 

Nose Rollers

No

No

 

Sprung Seat

Standard

Standard

 

Hinged Arm Rests

No

No

 

Hour Meter

Standard

Standard

 

Blade Engagement

90 ft/lb Ogura

90 ft/lb Ogura

 

Deck Construction

12 gauge, stamped steel

12 gauge, stamped steel

 

Productivity

 

 

 

Productivity

2.6 acres /h 1.530 m2/h

2.6 acres /h 1.530 m2/h

 

Overall Dimensions

 

 

 

Weight

485 lbs / 220 kg

485 lbs / 220 kg

 

Base Machine Length

72" / 183 cm

72" / 183 cm

 

Base Machine Width

43" / 109 cm

43" / 109 cm

 

Base Machine Height

41" / 104 cm

41" / 104 cm

 

Overall Width, Chute Up

43" / 109 cm

43" / 109 cm

 

Overall Width, Chute Down

52" / 132 cm

52" / 132 cm

 

 

 

 

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TECHNICAL DATA

 

Z4619

Z4824

Engine

 

 

Manufacturer

Briggs & Stratton

Kohler

Type

Intek

Courage

Power

19 hp / 14.2kW

20 hp / 14.9kW

Lubrication

Pressure with oil filter

Pressure with oil filter

Oil capacity excluding filter

1.6 qt / 1.5 liter

1.6 qt / 1.5 liter

Oil capacity including filter

1.7 qt / 1.6 liter

1.7 qt / 1.6 liter

Engine oil

SAE 30, 10W30, 5W30

SAE 10W30, 5W20, 5W30

(See viscosity diagram)

SF, SG, SH, SJ

API SF-SJ

Fuel

Min 87 octane unleaded (Max

Min 87 octane unleaded (Max

 

ethanol 10%, Max MTBE 15%)

ethanol 10%, Max MTBE 15%)

Fuel tank capacity

3 gallon / 11.4 liters

3 gallon / 11.4 liters

Spark plugs / gap

Champion RC12YC

Champion RC12YC

 

.030" / 0.75 mm

.030" / 0.75 mm

Cooling

Air cooled

Air cooled

Air filter

Standard

Standard

Alternator

12V

12V

Starter

Electric

Electric

Transmission

 

 

Transmission

Hydrostatic transaxles

Hydrostatic transaxles

Speed and direction controls

Dual levers, foam gripped

Dual levers, foam gripped

Speed forward

0-6mph /0-9.7km/h

0-6mph /0-9.7km/h

Speed reverse

0-3.5mph /0-5.6km/h

0-3.5mph /0-5.6km/h

Brakes

Mechanical parking brake

Mechanical parking brake

Front caster tires, smooth tread

11 x 3.5-5,4 ply

11x3.5-5,4 ply

Rear tires, turf pneumatic

18 x 8.5-8

18 x 9.5-8

Tire pressure, front and rear

15 PSI / 103 kPa / 1 bar

15 PSI / 103 kPa / 1 bar

 

 

 

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