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Chariot

GCBR2652S, GCBR2661S, GCKA1948S, GCKA1952S, GCBV2348S, GCBV2361S, GCKH2348S,GCKH2352S, GCKH2361S

TCU20866

C5

OPERATOR’S MANUAL

200964 06/17/2007

INTRODUCTION

WARNING: The Engine Exhaust from this product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer,

birth defects or other reproductive harm.

California Proposition 65 Warning

All information, illustrations and specifications in this manual are based on the latest information at the time of publication. The right is reserved to make changes at any time without notice.

COPYRIGHT© 2007

Auburn Consolidated Industries Inc. All rights reserved COPYRIGHT© 2006

Introduction

Using Your Operator’s Manual

This manual is an important part of your machine and should remain with the machine when you sell it.

Use the safety and operating information in the machine operator’s manual to operate and service the machine safely and correctly.

An engine manufacturer’s owner’s manual has been provided with your machine. This will provide maintenance and troubleshooting information for the engine installed in your machine.

Specifications and design are subject to change without notice.

Special Messages

Your manual contains special messages to bring attention to potential safety concerns, machine damage as well as helpful operating and servicing information. Please read all the information carefully to avoid injury and machine damage.

CAUTION: Avoid injury! This symbol and text highlight potential hazards or death to the operator or bystanders that may occur if the hazards or procedures are ignored.

IMPORTANT: Avoid damage! This text is used to tell the operator of actions or conditions that might result in damage to the machine.

NOTE: General information is given throughout the manual that may help the operator in the operation or service of the machine.

Product Identification

Record Identification Numbers

Chariot

 

GCBR2652S

S/N 637910001

GCBR2661S

S/N 638910001

GCBV2348S

S/N 638510001

GCBV2361S

S/N 639610001

GCKA1948S

S/N 638710001

GCKA1952S

S/N 638810001

GCKH2348S

S/N 641010001

GCKH2352S

S/N 641110001

GCKH2361S

S/N 641210001

If you need to contact an Authorized Service Center for information on servicing, always provide the product model and serial numbers.

You will need to locate the model and serial numbers for the machine and for the engine of your machine and record the information in the spaces provided.

DATE OF PURCHASE:

_________________________________________

DEALER NAME:

_________________________________________

DEALER PHONE:

_________________________________________

Introduction - 1

SAFETY LABELS

MODEL NUMBER (POWER UNIT) (A):

__ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __

SERIAL NUMBER (POWER UNIT) (A):

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ENGINE MODEL NUMBER(B):

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ENGINE SERIAL NUMBER (B):

__ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __

ENGINE SPECIFICATION NUMBER (B):

__ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __

MOWER DECK MODEL NUMBER (C):

__ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __

MOWER DECK SERIAL NUMBER (C):

__ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __

__ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __

ROPS SERIAL NUMBER (D):

Safety Labels

Understanding The Machine Safety Labels

The machine safety labels shown in this section are placed in important areas on your machine to draw attention to potential safety hazards.

On your machine safety labels, the words DANGER, WARNING, and CAUTION are used with this safety-alertsymbol. DANGER identifies the most serious hazards.

The operator’s manual also explains any potential safety hazards whenever necessary in special safety messages that are identified with the word, CAUTION, and the safety-alertsymbol.

DANGER

To avoid injury from rotating blades, stay clear of deck edge.

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SAFETY LABELS

DANGER

DANGER

 

 

 

 

 

 

Do not mow without discharge chute or entire grass catcher in place.

DANGER

To avoid injury from rotating blades and thrown objects, stay clear of deck edge and keep others away. Do not mow without discharge chute or entire grass catcher in place.

Cigarettes, flames or sparks could cause battery to explode. Always shield eyes and face from battery. Do not charge or use booster cables or adjust post connections without proper instruction and training.

Contains sulfuric acid. Avoid contact with the skin, eyes or clothing. In event of accident, flush with water and call a physician immediately. Keep out of reach of children.

WARNING

To avoid injury from tipover, drive across slopes, not up and down. If machine stops going uphill, stop blades and back down slowly.

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SAFETY LABELS

WARNING

To avoid injury from rotating belts, keep all shields and guards in place.

WARNING

Hot surface

CAUTION

Read operator’s manual

Keep shields in place

Never carry riders

Keep people a safe distance away

Maintain all safety devices

Before leaving machine:

Stop engine

Set park brake

Remove key

WARNING

AVOID CRUSHING

Keep Rollover Protective Structure fully extended

Do not jump if machine tips

Use seat belt

When Structure must be down

DO NOT use seat belt

Drive with extra care

WARNING

Seat belts are not to be mounted in this hole, because seat will not meet SAE J386 test requirements. Failure to comply with warning could cause

serious injury or death.

• Operator training required

Safety Labels - 4

SAFETY

Emission Control System Certification Label

NOTE: Tampering with emission controls and components by unauthorized personnel may result in severe fines or penalties. Emission controls and components can only be adjusted by EPA and/or CARB authorized service centers. Contact your Great Dane Equipment Retailer concerning emission controls and component questions.

The presence of an emissions label signifies that the engine has been certified with the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and/or California Air Resources Board (CARB).

The emissions warranty applies only to those engines marketed by Great Dane that have been certified by the EPA and/or CARB; and used in the United States and Canada in off-roadmobile equipment.

Emission Compliance Period

If your engine has the emission compliance category listed on the emission control system certification or air index label, this indicates the number of operating hours for which the engine has been certified to meet EPA and/or CARB emission requirements. The following table provides the engine compliance period in hours associated with the category found on the certification label.

Agency

Category

Hours

 

 

 

 

 

 

EPA

C

250

 

 

 

EPA

B

500

 

 

 

EPA

A

1000

 

 

 

CARB

Moderate

125

 

 

 

CARB

Intermediate

250

 

 

 

CARB

Extended

500

 

 

 

Certification

Your product has been tested and evaluated by the manufacturer and conforms with American National Standard B-71.4,“Safety Specifications” for commercial turf care equipment.

Canadian Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) Compliance

This spark ignition system complies with Canadian ICES-002.

Safety

Operator Training Required

Read the operator’s manual and other training material. If the operator or mechanic cannot read English, it is the owner’s responsibility to explain this material to them. This publication is available in other languages.

Become familiar with the safe operation of the equipment, operator controls, and safety signs.

All operators and mechanics should be trained. The owner of the machine is responsible for training the users.

Never let children or untrained people operate or service the equipment. Local regulations may restrict the age of the operator.

The owner/user can prevent and is responsible for accidents or injuries occurring to themselves, other people, or property.

Operate the machine in an open, unobstructed area under the direction of an experienced operator.

Preparation

Evaluate the terrain to determine what accessories and attachments are needed to properly and safely perform the job. Only use accessories and attachments approved by the manufacturer.

Wear appropriate clothing including hard hat, safety glasses and hearing protection. Long hair, loose clothing or jewelry may get tangled in moving parts.

Inspect the area where the equipment is to be used and remove all objects such as rocks, toys and wire which can be thrown by the machine.

Use extra care when handling gasoline and other fuels. They are flammable and vapors are explosive.

a.Use only an approved container.

b.Never remove gas cap or add fuel when engine is running. Do not smoke.

c.Never refuel or drain the machine indoors.

• Check that the operator’s presence controls, safety switches and shields are attached and functioning properly. Do not operate unless they are functioning properly.

Operating Safely

Never run an engine in an enclosed area where dangerous carbon monoxide fumes can collect.

Only operate in good light, keeping away from holes and hidden hazards.

Be sure all drives are in neutral and parking brake is engaged before starting engine. Only start engine from the operator’s position. Use seat belts if provided.

Slow down and use extra care on hillsides. Be sure to travel in the recommended direction on hillsides. For this machine, drive across hillsides, not up and down. Turf conditions can affect the machine’s stability. Use caution while operating near drop-offs.

Slow down and use caution when making turns and when changing directions on slopes.

Never raise deck with the blades running.

Never operate with the PTO shield, or other guards, not securely in place. Be sure all interlocks are attached, adjusted properly, and functioning properly.

Never operate with the discharge deflector raised, removed or altered, unless using a grasscatcher. Do not operate mower without discharge chute or entire grasscatcher in place.

Do not change the engine governor setting or overspeed the engine. Operating the engine at excessive speed can increase the hazard of personal injury.

Stop on level ground, lower implements, disengage drives, engage parking brake, and shut off engine before leaving the operator’s position for any reason including emptying the grasscatchers or unclogging the chute.

Stop equipment and inspect blades after striking objects or if an abnormal vibration occurs. Make necessary repairs before resuming operations.

Keep hands and feet away from the cutting units.

Look behind and down before backing up to be sure of a clear path.

Never carry passengers and keep pets and bystanders away.

Slow down and use caution when making turns and crossing roads and sidewalks. Stop blades if not mowing. Watch for traffic when operating near or crossing roadways.

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SAFETY

Be aware of the mower discharge direction and do not point it at anyone.

Do not operate the machine while under the influence of alcohol or drugs.

Use care when loading or unloading the machine into or off of a trailer or truck.

Use care when approaching blind corners, shrubs, trees, or other objects that may obscure vision.

Inspect machine before you operate. Be sure hardware is tight. Repair or replace damaged, badly worn, or missing parts. Be sure guards and shields are in good condition and fastened in place. Make any necessary adjustments before you operate.

Before using, always visually inspect to see that the blades, blade bolts and the mower assembly are not worn and damaged. Replace worn and damaged blades and bolts in sets to preserve balance.

Keep safety labels visible when installing accessories and attachments.

Do not wear radio or music headphones. Safe service and operation require your full attention.

When machine is left unattended, stored, or parked, lower the mower deck unless a positive mechanical lock is used.

Using a Spark Arrestor

The engine in this machine is not equipped with a spark arrestor muffler. It is a violation of California Public Resource Code Section 4442 to use or operate this engine on or near any forest-covered,brush-coveredorgrass-coveredland unless the exhaust system is equipped with a spark arrestor meeting any applicable local or state laws. Other states or federal areas may have similar laws.

A spark arrestor for your machine may be available from your authorized dealer. An installed spark arrestor must be maintained in good working order by the operator.

Checking Mowing Area

Parking Safely

1.Stop machine on a level surface, not on a slope.

2.Move motion control levers out to the neutral lock position.

3.Disengage mower blades.

4.Lower attachments to the ground.

5.Lock the park brake.

6.Stop the engine.

7.Remove the key.

8.Wait for engine and all moving parts to stop before you leave the operator’s seat.

9.Close fuel shut-offvalve, if your machine is equipped.

10.Disconnect the negative battery cable or remove the spark plug wire (for gasoline engines) before servicing the machine.

Rotating Blades are Dangerous

HELP PREVENT SERIOUS OR FATAL ACCIDENTS:

• Rotating blades can cut off arms and legs, and throw objects. Failure to observe safety instructions could result in serious injury or death.

• Keep hands, feet and clothing away from mower deck when engine is running.

• Be alert at all times, drive forward carefully. People, especially children can move quickly into the mowing area before you know it.

• Do not mow in reverse.

• Shut off blades when you are not mowing.

• Park machine safely before leaving the operator station for any reason including emptying the catchers or unplugging the chute.

Clear mowing area of objects that might be thrown. Keep people and pets out of mowing area.

Low-hangingbranches and similar obstacles can injure the operator or interfere with mowing operation. Before mowing, identify potential obstacles such aslow-hangingbranches, and trim or remove those obstacles.

Study mowing area. Set up a safe mowing pattern. Do not mow where traction or stability is doubtful.

Test drive area with mower lowered but not running. Slow down when you travel over rough ground.

Safety - 6

SAFETY

Protect Children

Death or serious injury can occur when young children associate having fun with a lawn mowing machine simply because someone has given them a ride on a machine.

Children are attracted to lawn mowing machines and mowing activities. They don’t understand the dangers of rotating blades or the fact that the operator is unaware of their presence.

Children who have been given rides in the past may suddenly appear in the mowing area for another ride and be run over or backed over by the machine.

Tragic accidents with children can occur if the operator is not alert to the presence of children, especially when a child approaches a machine from behind. Before and while backing up, stop mower blades and look down and behind the machine carefully, especially for children.

Never carry children on a machine or attachment, even with the blades off. Do not tow children in a cart or trailer. They can fall off and be seriously injured or interfere with safe machine operation.

Never use the machine as a recreational vehicle or to entertain children.

Never allow children or an untrained person operate the machine. Instruct all operators not to give children a ride on the machine or in an attachment.

Keep children indoors, out of the mowing area, and in the watchful eye of a responsible adult, other than the operator, when a mower is being operated.

Stay alert to the presence of children. Never assume that children will remain where you last saw them. Turn the machine off if a child enters the work area.

Avoid Tipping

Slopes are a major factor related to loss-of-controlandtip-overaccidents, which can result in severe injury or death. Operation on all slopes requires extra caution.

If you feel uneasy on a hillside, do not mow it.

Mow across slopes, not up and down.

Watch for holes, ruts, bumps, rocks, or other hidden objects. Uneven terrain could overturn the machine. Tall grass can hide obstacles.

Choose a low ground speed so you will not have to stop or shift while on a slope.

Do not mow or operate machine on wet grass. Tires may lose traction. Tires may lose traction on slopes even though the brakes are functioning properly.

Avoid starting, stopping or turning on a slope. If the tires lose traction, disengage the blades and proceed slowly, straight down the slope.

Keep all movement on slopes slow and gradual. Do not make sudden changes in speed or direction, which could cause the machine to roll over.

Use extra care while operating machine with grasscatchers or other attachments, they can affect stability of the machine. Do not use on steep slopes.

Do not mow near drop-offs,ditches, embankments, or bodies of water. The machine could suddenly roll over if a wheel goes over the edge or the edge caves in.

Follow the manufacturer’s recommendations for wheel weights or counterweights for added stability when operating on slopes or using front or rear mounted attachments. Remove weights when not required.

Drive machine very slowly and avoid quick stops when attachment is removed.

Transport machine with decks lowered to improve stability.

Use Seat Belt Properly

Use a seat belt when operating with the folding Roll-OverProtective Structure (ROPS) in the upright position to minimize chance of injury from an accident, such as an overturn.

Do not use a seat belt when operating with the folding ROPS in the folded position. Return the folding ROPS to the upright position as soon as possible.

Never modify, disassemble or attempt to repair the seat belt.

Replace entire seat belt if mounting hardware, buckle, belt, or retractor show signs of damage.

Inspect seat belt and mounting hardware at least once a year. Look for signs of loose hardware or belt damage, such as cuts, fraying, extreme or unusual wear, discoloration, or abrasion. Replace only with replacement parts approved by your Great Dane.

Layers of heavy clothing can interfere with proper positioning of the seat belt and can reduce the effectiveness of the seat belt.

Keep ROPS Installed Properly

Make certain all parts of the ROPS are installed correctly if the ROPS structure is loosened or removed for any reason. All ROPS hardware should be tightened to the proper torque per manufacturer’s recommendations.

Any alteration of the ROPS must be approved by the manufacturer. The protection provided by the ROPS will be impaired if the ROPS is subjected to structural damage, is involved in an overturn incident, or is in any way altered by welding, bending, drilling, or cutting.

Never attempt to repair a damaged or altered ROPS. It must be replaced to maintain the manufacturer’s certification of the structure.

Safety - 7

SAFETY

Keep Riders Off

Only allow the operator on the machine. Keep riders off.

Riders on the machine or attachment may be struck by foreign objects or thrown off the machine causing serious injury.

Riders obstruct the operator’s view resulting in the machine being operated in an unsafe manner.

Avoid High Pressure Fluids

Hydraulic hoses and lines can fail due to physical damage, kinks, age, and exposure. Check hoses and lines regularly. Replace damaged hoses and lines.

Hydraulic fluid connections can loosen due to physical damage and vibration. Check connections regularly. Tighten loose connections.

Escaping fluid under pressure can penetrate the skin causing serious injury. Avoid the hazard by relieving pressure before disconnecting hydraulic or other lines. Tighten all connections before applying pressure.

Search for leaks with a piece of cardboard. Protect hands and body from high pressure fluids.

If an accident occurs, see a doctor immediately. Any fluid injected into the skin must be surgically removed within a few hours or gangrene may result. Doctors unfamiliar with this type of injury should reference a knowledgeable medical source.

Driving Safely on Public Roads

Avoid personal injury or death resulting from a collision with another vehicle on public roads:

Use safety lights and devices. Slow moving machines when driven on public roads are hard to see, especially at night.

Whenever driving on public roads, use flashing warning lights and turn

signals according to local regulations. Extra flashing warning lights may need to be installed.

Checking Wheel Hardware

A serious accident could occur causing serious injury if wheel hardware is not tight.

Check wheel hardware tightness often during the first 100 hours of operation.

Wheel hardware must be tightened to specified torque using the proper procedure anytime it is loosened.

Wear Appropriate Clothing

Always wear safety goggles, or safety glasses with side shields, and a hard hat when operating the machine.

Wear close fitting clothing and safety equipment appropriate for the job.

While mowing, always wear substantial footwear and long trousers. Do not operate the equipment when barefoot or wearing open sandals.

Wear a suitable protective device such as earplugs. Loud noise can cause impairment or loss of hearing.

Maintenance and Storage

Never operate machine in a closed area where dangerous carbon monoxide fumes can collect.

Disengage drives, lower implement, lock parking brake, stop engine and remove key or disconnect spark plug (for gas engines). Wait for all movement to stop before adjusting, cleaning or repairing.

Clean grass and debris from cutting units, drives, mufflers, and engine to help prevent fires. Clean up oil or fuel spillage.

Let engine cool before storing and do not store near flame.

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SAFETY

Shut off fuel while storing or transporting. Do not store fuel near flames or drain indoors.

Park machine on level ground. Never allow untrained personnel to service machine. Understand service procedure before doing work.

Use jack stands or lock service latches to support components when required. Securely support any machine elements that must be raised for service work.

Before servicing machine or attachment, carefully release pressure from any components with stored energy, such as hydraulic components or springs.

Release hydraulic pressure by lowering attachment or cutting units to the ground or to a mechanical stop and move hydraulic control levers back and forth.

Disconnect battery or remove spark plug (for gas engines) before making any repairs. Disconnect the negative terminal first and the positive last. Reconnect positive first and negative last.

Use care when checking blades. Wrap the blades or wear gloves, and use caution when servicing them. Only replace blades. Never straighten or weld them.

Keep hands, feet, clothing, jewelry and long hair away from moving parts. If possible, do not make adjustments with the engine running.

Charge batteries in an open well ventilated area, away from spark and flames. Unplug charger before connecting or disconnecting from battery. Wear protective clothing and use insulated tools.

Keep all parts in good working condition and all hardware tightened. Replace all worn or damaged decals.

Check grasscatcher components and the discharge guard frequently and replace with manufacturer’s recommended parts, when necessary. Grasscatcher components are subject to wear, damage, and deterioration which could expose moving parts or allow objects to be thrown.

Keep all nuts and bolts tight, especially blade attachment bolts, to be sure the equipment is in safe working condition.

Check brake operation frequently. Adjust and service as required.

On multi-bladedmachines, take care as rotating one blade can cause other blades to rotate.

Prevent Fires

Remove grass and debris from engine compartment and muffler area, before and after operating machine, especially after mowing or mulching in dry conditions.

Empty the grasscatcher completely before storing.

Always shut off fuel when storing or transporting machine, if the machine has a fuel shutoff.

Do not store machine near an open flame or source of ignition, such as a water heater or furnace.

Check fuel lines, tank, cap, and fittings frequently for cracks or leaks. Replace if necessary.

Tire Safety

Explosive separation of a tire and rim parts can cause serious injury or death:

Do not attempt to mount a tire without the proper equipment and experience to perform the job.

Always maintain the correct tire pressure. Do not inflate the tires above the recommended pressure. Never weld or heat a wheel and tire assembly. The heat can cause an increase in air pressure resulting in a tire explosion. Welding can structurally weaken or deform the wheel.

When inflating tires, use a clip-onchuck and extension hose long enough to allow you to stand to one side and NOT in front of or over the tire assembly.

Check tires for low pressure, cuts, bubbles, damaged rims or missing lug bolts and nuts.

Handling Fuel Safely

To avoid personal injury or property damage, use extreme care in handling fuel. Fuel is extremely flammable and fuel vapors are explosive:

Extinguish all cigarettes, cigars, pipes, and other sources of ignition.

Use only an approved fuel container. Use only non-metal,portable fuel containers approved by the Underwriter’s Laboratory (U.L.) or the American Society for Testing & Materials (ASTM). If using a funnel, make sure it is plastic and has no screen or filter.

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OPERATING

Never remove the fuel tank cap or add fuel with the engine running. Allow engine to cool before refueling.

Never add fuel to or drain fuel from the machine indoors. Move machine outdoors and provide adequate ventilation.

Clean up spilled fuel immediately. If fuel is spilled on clothing, change clothing immediately. If fuel is spilled near machine, do not attempt to start the engine but move the machine away from the area of spillage. Avoid creating any source of ignition until fuel vapors have dissipated.

Never store the machine or fuel container where there is an open flame, spark, or pilot light such as on a water heater or other appliance.

Prevent fire and explosion caused by static electric discharge. Static electric discharge can ignite fuel vapors in an ungrounded fuel container.

Never fill containers inside a vehicle or on a truck or trailer bed with a plastic liner. Always place containers on the ground away from your vehicle before fueling.

Remove fuel-poweredequipment from the truck or trailer and refuel it on the ground. If this is not possible, then refuel such equipment with a portable container, rather than from a fuel dispenser nozzle.

Keep the nozzle in contact with the rim of the fuel tank or container opening at all times until the fueling is complete. Do not use a nozzle lockopen device.

Never overfill fuel tank. Replace fuel tank cap and tighten securely.

Replace all fuel container caps securely after use.

For gasoline engines, do not use gas with methanol. Methanol is harmful to your health and to the environment.

Handling Waste Product and Chemicals

Waste products, such as, used oil, fuel, coolant, brake fluid, and batteries, can harm the environment and people:

Do not use beverage containers for waste fluids - someone may drink from them.

See your local Recycling Center or authorized dealer to learn how to recycle or get rid of waste products.

A Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) provides specific details on chemical products: physical and health hazards, safety procedures, and emergency response techniques. The seller of the chemical products used with your machine is responsible for providing the MSDS for that product.

Operating

Daily Operating Checklist

oMake sure all necessary guards and shields are safely and securely attached. Check for loose, missing, or damaged parts.

oRemove mower deck belt shields. Clean grass and debris from belt area.

oRemove grass and debris from machine and mower deck.oTest park brake.

oTest safety systems.

oInspect battery terminals andhold-downs.oInspect for oil leaks.

oCheck engine and hydraulic oil levels.oInspect all belts for damage or cracking.oInspect engine air filter.

oInspect mower level.

oAdjust cutting height if necessary.

oInspect wheel bolt torque. Tighten if necessary.

oCheck tire air pressure. Check tires for damage or cracking.oInspect front caster spindles/wheels.

Avoid Damage to Plastic and Painted Surfaces

Do not wipe plastic parts unless rinsed first.

Insect repellent spray may damage plastic and painted surfaces. Do not spray insect repellent near machine.

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OPERATING

Be careful not to spill fuel on machine. Fuel may damage surface. Wipe up spilled fuel immediately.

Prolonged exposure to sunlight will damage the hood surface.

Operator Station Controls

A- Motion Control Levers

B- Park Brake Lever

C- Seat Adjustment Lever

D- Hourmeter

E- Ignition Key Switch

F- PTO Knob

G- Choke (Carbureted Engines Only)

H- Throttle Lever

I- Mower Deck Lift/Lower Lever

J- Height-of-Cut(HOC) Adjustment Pin

K- Mower Deck Transport Position Lock Lever

Miscellaneous Controls

A- Hydraulic Pump Free-WheelValves

Mounting and Dismounting Machine Safely

Do not step on the mower deck when mounting and dismounting the machine. Mount the machine from the front using the foot plate (A). Park machine safely (See Parking Safely in the SAFETY section) before dismounting.

Keep the foot plate clean.

Raising and Lowering Operator Seat

CAUTION: Avoid injury! The seat is heavy and can cause injury if it falls. When performing any service function under the operator seat, make sure the seat is tilted forward and rests against the hinge stops.

Raising the Seat:

1.Park machine safely. (See Parking Safely in the SAFETY section.)

2.Slide seat to full rear position.

3.Remove two locknuts (A) and capscrews securing the flanges at the rear of the seat frame (B) to the machine.

4.Lift seat frame and tilt forward until it rests against the hinge stops.

Lowering the Seat:

1.Stand on the side of the machine.

2.Slowly lower seat frame. Secure with cap screws and locknuts, removed earlier.

3.Adjust seat as necessary for operator comfort.

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OPERATING

Adjusting Seat

Front-to-BackAdjustment

1.Park machine safely. (See Parking Safely in the SAFETY section.)

2.Sit on the operator seat.

CAUTION: Avoid injury! Never adjust seat while machine is moving. Stop machine before adjusting seat to prevent loss of machine control.

3.To adjust the seat front to back, push and hold the seat adjustment lever

(A) away from the seat.

4.Slide forward or backward to desired position.

5.Release lever.

Seat Height Adjustment

1.Sit on the operator seat.

2.To lower the seat, turn knob (B) counterclockwise.

3.To raise the seat, turn knob (B) clockwise.

Using Seat Belt

CAUTION: Avoid injury! Always wear seat belt when operating machine with non-foldingRoll-OverProtective Structure (ROPS) or folding ROPS in upright position. Do not jump from machine if machine tips.

•If folding ROPS must be folded to operate in a low clearance area, do not use seat belt. Raise ROPS and use seat belt as soon as conditions permit.

1.Sit in seat.

2.Pull belts across your lap and insert seat belt buckle (A) into latch (B) until it locks.

3.To release seat belt, press red button (C) until buckle comes out of latch.

Raising and Lowering ROPS

Raising ROPS

1.Park machine safely. (See Parking Safely in the SAFETY section.)

2.Remove spring pin (A) from drilled pin (B) on left and right side of ROPS. 3.Remove drilled pin from left and right side of ROPS.

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OPERATING

4.Push ROPS into upright position.

5.Install drilled pin (B) into holes on left and right side of ROPS, and secure in place with spring pins (A).

6.Check the ROPS bolt torque if the ROPS is loose.

Lowering ROPS

CAUTION: Avoid injury! Useroll-overprotection system (ROPS) in lowered position only when low clearance operation is necessary.

•Do not use seat belt when ROPS is in lowered position.

•Do not operate machine on slope with ROPS in folded position.

•Raise ROPS and fasten seat belt as soon as conditions permit.

1.Park machine safely. (See Parking Safely in the SAFETY section). 2.Remove spring pin (A) from drilled pin (B) on left and right side of ROPS. 3.Remove drilled pin from left and right side of ROPS.

4.Pull ROPS rearward to lower.

5.Install drilled pins and spring pins back into hole in ROPS to secure in place.

Adjusting Mower Deck Cutting Height

CAUTION: Avoid injury! Rotating blades are dangerous and can cut fingers and toes. Stop engine, lock the park brake, and wait for blade to stop rotating before adjusting cutting height.

Cutting height can be adjusted from approximately 25-125mm(1-5in.). Each hole adjusts theheight-of-cut(HOC) in approximately 12 mm (1/2 in.) increments.

The deck can also be raised and locked in a transport position, to provide maximum ground clearance when moving the machine from one area to another.

1.Park machine safely. (See Parking Safely in the SAFETY section.)

2.Move the mower deck lift lever (A) to the transport position (D).

3.Position the HOC adjustment pin (C) in the proper hole for the desired height-of-cut.

4.Pull back and hold the mower deck lift lever (A) and release the transport position lock lever (B).

5.Allow the mower deck lift lever (A) to rest against the HOC adjustment pin (C).

Adjusting Mower Deck Anti-ScalpWheels

1.Park machine safely. (See Parking Safely in the SAFETY section.)

CAUTION: Avoid injury! Fingers and loose clothing can get caught in rotating parts. Do not operate machine without all mower deck belt shields installed.

NOTE: The flattest cut can be achieved by having all anti-scalpwheels adjusted off the ground. Checkanti-scalpwheel adjustments each time the mower deck cutting height is changed.

It is recommended that all anti-scalpwheels be kept off the ground to minimize scuffing.

2.Inflate tires to correct pressure.

3.Adjust mower deck to desired cutting height.

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NOTE: The rear anti-scalpwheels are located under the rear of the mower deck.

4.Adjust anti-scalpwheel (A) to one of two positions (B).

Remove screw (C), nut and washer.

Adjust wheel up or down so it is approximately 6-13mm(1/4-1/2in.) above mowing surface.

5.Install wheel with attaching hardware. 6.Adjust all wheels to same height.

Testing Safety Systems

CAUTION: Avoid injury! Engine exhaust fumes contain carbon monoxide and can cause serious illness or death.

Move the machine to an outside area before running the engine.Do not run an engine in an enclosed area without adequate ventilation.•

•Connect a pipe extension to the engine exhaust pipe to direct the exhaust fumes out of the area.

•Allow fresh outside air into the work area to clear the exhaust fumes out.

The safety systems installed on your machine should be checked before each machine use. Be sure you have read the machine operator manual and are completely familiar with the operation of the machine before performing these safety system checks.

Use the following checkout procedures to check for normal operation of machine.

If there is a malfunction during one of these procedures, do not operate machine. See your authorized dealer for service.

Perform these tests in a clear open area. Keep bystanders away.

Testing Safety Systems

CAUTION: Avoid injury! Engine exhaust fumes contain carbon monoxide and can cause serious illness or death.

Move the machine to an outside area before running the engine.Do not run an engine in an enclosed area without adequate ventilation.•

•Connect a pipe extension to the engine exhaust pipe to direct the exhaust fumes out of the area.

•Allow fresh outside air into the work area to clear the exhaust fumes out.

The safety systems installed on your machine should be checked before each machine use. Be sure you have read the machine operator manual and are completely familiar with the operation of the machine before performing these safety system checks.

Use the following checkout procedures to check for normal operation of machine.

If there is a malfunction during one of these procedures, do not operate machine. See your authorized dealer for service.

Perform these tests in a clear open area. Keep bystanders away.

Testing PTO Switch

1.Sit on the operator seat with the motion control levers in the neutral detent position (standard levers) or neutral lock position (optional “over the lap” levers).

2.Lock the park brake.

3.Pull PTO knob up to engage.

4.Turn key switch to the start position.

Result: The engine must not crank.

Testing Park Brake Switch

1.Sit on the operator seat with the motion control levers in the neutral detent position (standard levers) or neutral lock position (optional “over the lap” levers).

2.Push PTO knob down to disengage.

3.Unlock the park brake.

4.Turn key switch to the start position.

Result: The engine must not crank.

Testing Neutral Start Switch

NOTE: Repeat this test three times, with the motion control levers in the following positions:

Right side motion control lever inward.

Left side motion control lever inward.

Both motion control levers inward.

1.Move motion control lever(s) out of the neutral detent position (standard levers) or neutral lock position (optional “over the lap” levers).

2.Lock the park brake.

3.Push PTO knob down to disengage.

4.Turn key switch to the start position.

Result: The engine must not crank.

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Testing Seat Switch

Procedure 1:

1.Sit on the operator seat with the motion control levers in the neutral detent position (standard levers) or neutral lock position (optional “over the lap” levers).

2.Unlock the park brake.

3.Push PTO knob down to disengage.

4.Turn key switch to the start position.

5.Raise slightly off the seat.

Result: The engine must stop.

Procedure 2:

1.Start engine.

2.Lock the park brake.

3.Pull PTO knob up to engage.

4.Raise slightly off the seat.

Result: The engine must stop.

Testing the Park Brake

1.Stop machine on a 17° slope (30% grade). Stop the engine and lock the park brake.

Result: Park brake must hold the machine stationary. (Machine should move no more that 61 cm (24 in.) in one hour.) If machine moves more than that, brakes need to be adjusted. See Adjusting Park Brake in the Service Steering & Brakes section.

Using the Park Brake

CAUTION: Avoid injury! Children or bystanders may attempt to move or operate an unattended machine.

Always lock the park brake and remove the key before leaving the machine unattended.

Locking Park Brake:

CAUTION: Avoid injury! If the engine should stop while operating on an incline, the mower can free wheel. If this should occur:•lock the park brake,

•start the engine,

•unlock the park brake,

•resume operation.

• Raise and pull rearward park brake lever (A) to lock the park brake.

Unlocking Park Brake:

• Lower park brake lever (A) forward to unlock the park brake.

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Using the Key Switch

NOTE: Machine will only start if the following conditions exist:

Park brake is locked.

PTO is disengaged.

Motion control levers are in the neutral detent position (standard levers) or neutral lock position (optional “over the lap” levers).

A

B

STOP

C

To turn ignition off, turn key to the STOP position (A).

To turn ignition on, turn key to the run position (B).

To start engine, turn key to the start position (C). Once engine begins to run, release key back to the run position.

Using the PTO

Engage PTO:

1.Move throttle lever (A) to the 1/2- to 3/4-throttleposition. 2.Pull PTO knob (B) up to engage mower deck.

3.Move throttle lever (A) forward to the fast detent position (C) for mowing.

Disengage PTO:

• Push PTO knob (B) down.

Using the Throttle Lever

Push throttle lever (A) all the way forward to the full-throttledetent position (B) when mowing.

Move throttle lever (A) to the 1/2-throttleposition (C) when starting and warming the engine.

Pull throttle lever (A) rearward to the slow position (D) to idle engine. Do not run engine at slow idle any longer than necessary.

Using the Hourmeter

NOTE: The machine is equipped with an electric start. The hourmeter will continue to run with the key switch left in the run position.

The hourmeter (A) shows the number of hours the machine has run.

The service interval chart gives necessary service intervals. Use the hourmeter and service interval chart in the Service Intervals section to determine when machine will need service.

See the service interval chart in the engine manufacturer’s owners manual supplied with your machine to determine when the engine will need service.

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Using the Choke

Engage Choke:

• Pull choke knob (A) out.

Disengage Choke:

• Push choke knob (A) in.

Using the Motion Control Levers

CAUTION: Avoid injury! Learn use of the motion control levers and practice at half throttle until becoming proficient and comfortable with the operation of the machine.

Do not move motion control levers from forward to reverse or reverse to forward position rapidly. Sudden direction changes could cause loss of control or damage the machine.

NOTE: Two types of control levers are available - standard “center steer” levers and optional “over the lap” levers. The operation of both styles of levers is the same except as noted.

The functions of the motion control levers are:

Dual function neutral position.

Steering.

Acceleration.

Braking.

Neutral Detent Position - Standard “Center Steer” Levers

NOTE: When the control levers are in the neutral detent position, the control lever rollers (A) located on each side of the control console will be seated in the notches in the console.

• Motion control levers must be in the neutral detent position, the PTO

switch disengaged and the park brake locked to start the engine.

Neutral Lock Position - Optional “Over the Lap” Levers

Picture Note: Motion control levers (A) shown in the neutral lock position.

Motion control levers must be in the neutral lock position, the PTO switch disengaged and the park brake locked to start the engine.

Forward and reverse movement of the motion control levers is prevented when levers are moved to the neutral lock position.

Operator can exit mower with the engine running when the PTO switch is disengaged, the motion control levers are in the neutral lock position and the park brake is locked.

Motion control levers must be in the neutral lock position to safely enter and exit the operator seat.

Neutral Position - Optional “Over the Lap” Levers

Picture Note: Motion control levers (A) shown in the neutral position.

• Machine speed, motion, and direction can be controlled when the engine is running, operator is on the seat and the park brake is unlocked.

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Forward and Reverse Motion:

CAUTION: Avoid injury! Children or bystanders can be injured or killed by moving machine and rotating blades. Before traveling forward or rearward:•

•Carefully check area around machine.

•Disengage mower before backing up.

1.Move throttle lever to the full-throttleposition.

2.Unlock the park brake.

3.Optional “over the lap” levers: Move both motion control levers from the neutral lock position inward to the neutral position.

4.Push the control levers forward to begin forward motion.

The farther forward the control levers are moved, the faster the machine will travel.

Forward speed range: 0-14km/h(0-9mph).

5.Pull both control levers rearward at the same time to begin reverse motion.

• Reverse speed range: 0-6km/h(0-4mph).

6.To stop motion, move both motion control levers forward or rearward until the machine comes to a stop.

NOTE: The motion control linkages are adjustable. If adjustment is required, see Checking and Adjusting Motion Control Linkages in the Service Transmission section.

Forward:

• Push both motion control levers forward at the same time.

Reverse:

• Pull both control levers past center rearward at the same time.

Gentle Left Turn:

• Push right control lever farther forward than the left control lever.

Gentle Right Turn:

• Push left control lever farther forward than the right control lever.

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Sharp Left Turn:

• Push right control lever forward and pull left control lever rearward at the same time.

Sharp Right Turn:

4.Push PTO knob (A) down to disengage PTO. 5.Move throttle lever to set engine speed:

Cold engine: Set throttle lever at the 1/2- to 3/4-throttleposition.

Warm/Hot engine: Set throttle lever to the 1/2-throttleposition. 6.Position choke knob (D):

Cold engine: Pull knob up and hold in choke position.

Warm/Hot engine: If necessary, pull knob up and hold in choke position.

IMPORTANT: Avoid damage! Starter may be damaged if starter is operated for more than 20 seconds at a time:

• Wait two minutes before trying again if engine does not start.

• Push left control lever forward and pull right control lever rearward at the same time.

Starting the Engine

CAUTION: Avoid injury! Engine exhaust fumes contain carbon monoxide and can cause serious illness or death.

Move the machine to an outside area before running the engine.Do not run an engine in an enclosed area without adequate ventilation.

•Connect a pipe extension to the engine exhaust pipe to direct the exhaust fumes out of the area.

•Allow fresh outside air into the work area to clear the exhaust fumes out.

1.Sit on the operator seat.

2.Lock the park brake.

3.Move both motion control levers to the neutral detent position (standard levers) or neutral lock position (optional “over the lap” levers).

STOP

C

B

7.Turn key switch to start position (B).

If the engine does not start, wait 10 seconds.

Turn key to start position again for no more than 5 seconds.

Repeat the procedure if necessary.

IMPORTANT: Avoid damage! Unnecessary engine idling can cause engine overheating, carbon build-up,and poor performance.

8.Release key to run position (C) when engine starts. 9.With engine started:

Push choke knob to off position.

Move throttle lever to full-throttleposition.

Unlock the park brake.

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Engaging Mower

CAUTION: Avoid injury! Clear mowing area of all bystanders when operating this machine.

Thrown objects could cause serious injury or death.

Keep hands and feet away from blades and discharge opening.

Do not mow in reverse unless absolutely necessary.

IMPORTANT: Avoid damage! To help prevent damage to PTO clutch:

• Do not engage PTO with throttle in the fast position.

1.Adjust mower deck to desired cutting height. 2.Start engine.

3.Move throttle lever to the 1/2 - 3/4 throttle position. 4.Unlock the park brake.

5.Move both motion control levers to the neutral position.

NOTE: In cold weather or with a new machine, it may be necessary to engage the choke at the same time as the PTO knob to prevent the engine from stalling.

6.Pull PTO knob (A) up to engage mower deck.

7.Move throttle lever to full-throttleposition.

NOTE: The travel speed and turn rate will vary with the amount that the control levers are moved.

8.Push motion control levers forward slowly. Mow at a safe travel speed.

Stopping the Engine

IMPORTANT: Avoid damage! To help prevent engine backfiring, throttle lever should be set at the 1/4 throttle position and run for 30 seconds prior to stopping the engine.

Do not stop engine when mower is on a slope of more than 30° for an extended period of time. Oil may run through valve train into carburetor and muffler.

1.Move the motion control levers to the neutral detent position (standard levers) or neutral lock position (optional “over the lap” levers).

2.Lock the park brake.

3.Push PTO switch down to disengage.

4.Move throttle lever to 1/4-throttleposition and run for 30 seconds, then

move throttle to slow position.

A

STOP

5.Turn key switch to STOP position (A).

CAUTION: Avoid injury! Children or bystanders may attempt to move or operate an unattended machine.

Always lock the park brake and remove the key before leaving the machine unattended.

6.Remove key.

Transporting Machine

CAUTION: Avoid injury! Use extra care when loading or unloading the machine into a trailer or truck.

Close fuel shut-offvalve, if your machine is equipped.

IMPORTANT: Avoid damage! Transmission damage may occur if the machine is moved or towed incorrectly:

Move unit by hand only.

Do not use another vehicle to move unit.

Do not tow unit.

Use a heavy-dutytrailer to transport your machine. Trailer must have signs and lights required by law.

1.Raise the mower deck lift lever to the transport position.

2.Drive machine on trailer.

3.Stop engine and lock the park brake.

4.Remove key.

5.Fasten machine to trailer with heavy-dutystraps, chains or cables. Both front and rear straps must be directed down and outward from machine.

Mowing Tips

Mow grass with throttle lever in the full fast position.

Cut grass when it is dry.

Keep mower deck and discharge chute clean.

Mow with sharp blades.

Properly level mower deck for a smooth cut.

Mow grass high and often.

Use a travel speed that fits the conditions:

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SERVICE INTERVALS

Mow tall or wet grass twice. Cut grass at half desired height – then cut at desired height.

Travel slow when mowing tall, thick or wet grass.

Avoid damaging grass by slipping or skidding machine drive wheels. Practice smooth control lever movements.

When performing sharp turns, do not allow inside machine drive wheel to stop and twist on grass.

Mowing Travel Speeds

Use slow travel speed for:

Trimming.

Working in close quarters.

Mowing tall grass.

Use faster travel speeds for:

• Normal mowing on level ground.

Dismounting to Inspect Mower

CAUTION: Avoid injury! Help prevent serious injury. Keep hands and feet away from blades and the discharge opening.

Do not step on either side of the mower deck when mounting and dismounting the machine. Mount and dismount the machine using the front foot plate.

1.Park machine on a hard, level surface.

2.Push PTO knob down to disengage mower.

3.Move motion control levers to the neutral detent position (standard levers) or neutral lock position (optional “over the lap” levers).

4.Lock the park brake.

5.Stop engine and remove key. Always wait for mower blades to stop turning before leaving operator seat.

Service Intervals

Servicing Your Machine

IMPORTANT: Avoid damage! Operating in extreme conditions may require more frequent service intervals:

Engine components may become dirty or plugged when operating in extreme heat, dust or other severe conditions.

Engine oil may lose efficiency if vehicle is operated constantly at slow or low engine speeds or with frequent short trips.

Please use the following timetables to perform routine maintenance on your machine.

Break-In(After First 8 Hours of Operation)

NOTE: The following initial break-initems must be performed and verified to validate the warranty (dealer service invoice accepted).

Change engine oil and filter.

Check drive belt tension.

Check mower deck drive belt tension.

Check transmission neutral adjustment.

Check wheel nut torque.

Check and adjust (as needed) park brake.

Remove debris from the underside of the mower deck.

Every 25 Hours or Weekly (Whichever Comes First)

Grease mower deck thrust arms (two places).

Grease mower deck thrust arms (two places).

Grease traction drive belt tension arm.

Grease mower deck drive belt tension arm.

Grease HOC shafts (four places).

Lubricate front caster wheel spindles.

Remove debris from the underside of the mower deck.

Every 50 Hours or Weekly (Whichever Comes First)

Change engine oil and filter. See the engine manufacturer’s owner’s manual provided with your machine for the complete procedure.

Grease caster wheel spindle bearings (two places).

Grease mower deck thrust arms (two places).

Remove debris from the underside of the mower deck.

Check drive belt tension.

Check tire pressure.

Clean engine air filter.

Check wheel nut torque.

Every 160 Hours or Monthly (Whichever Comes First)

Grease mower spindle bearings (three places).

Check transmission oil level.

Check transmission oil level.

Lubricate mower deck idler pulley pivots (three places).

Lubricate seat platform hinges (two places)

Lubricate pump control arms (five places).

Lubricate control lever pivot shafts (two places).

Lubricate throttle cable.

Lubricate choke control cable.

Annually

Inspect all spindle bearings (6). Replace as needed.

Inspect all mower deck idler pulleys (3). Replace as needed.

Remove and inspect caster wheel roller bearings; clean and pack with grease. Replace as needed.

Remove and inspect caster pivot bearings; clean and pack with grease. Replace as needed.

Inspect drive belts. Replace as needed. Run-inand adjust tension.

Change hydraulic oil and filter (annually or 500 hours whichever comes first).

Check all bolts and nuts; tighten as needed.

Remove battery. Clean battery and holder.

Replace spark plugs.

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SERVICE LUBRICATION

Service Lubrication

Grease

IMPORTANT: Avoid damage! The recommended grease is effective within an average air temperature range of -29to 135 degrees C(-20to 275 degrees F).

If operating outside that temperature range, contact your servicing dealer for a special-usegrease.

Use a general all-purposegrease with an NLGI grade No.2 rating.

Wet or high speed conditions may require use of a special-usegrease. Contact your Servicing dealer for information.

Spray Lubricant

Use a general-purposepetroleum-basedspray lubricant.

Lubrication Points

CAUTION: Avoid injury! Rotating parts can catch fingers, loose clothing, or long hair. Wait for engine and all moving parts to stop before leaving operator’s station to adjust or service machine.

1.Park machine safely. (See Parking Safely in the SAFETY section.)

2.Grease caster wheel spindle bearings (B).

3.Grease HOC shafts (C) (two points on each side of the machine).

4.Grease mower deck thrust arms (D), located at the rear of the mower deck.

5.Apply grease to three spindle bearings.

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6.Grease traction drive belt tension arm pivot (G).

7.Grease mower deck drive belt tension arm (H).

NOTE: Use spray lubricant to lubricate the following items:

8.Lubricate mower deck idler pulleys (K-M).

9.Lubricate hydraulic pump control arms (N). 10.Lubricate control lever pivot shaft (O). 11.Lubricate seat platform hinges (P). 12.Lubricate throttle control cable (Q). 13.Lubricate choke control cable (R).

Service Engine

Engine Warranty Maintenance Statement

Maintenance, repair, or replacement of the emission control devices and systems on this engine, which are being done at the customer’s expense, may be performed by any non-roadengine repair establishment or individual. Warranty repairs must be performed by an authorized servicing dealer.

Avoid Fumes

CAUTION: Avoid injury! Engine exhaust fumes contain carbon monoxide and can cause serious illness or death.

Move the machine to an outside area before running the engine.Do not run an engine in an enclosed area without adequate ventilation.•

•Connect a pipe extension to the engine exhaust pipe to direct the exhaust fumes out of the area.

•Allow fresh outside air into the work area to clear the exhaust fumes out.

Engine Oil

Use oil viscosity based on the expected air temperature range during the period between oil changes.

Use oil that meets the following specification:

• See the engine manufacturer’s owner’s manual provided with your machine for the correct specifications.

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Checking Engine Oil Level

CAUTION: Avoid injury! Touching hot surfaces can burn skin. The engine, components, and fluids will be hot if the engine has been running. Allow the engine to cool before servicing or working near the engine and components.

IMPORTANT: Avoid damage! Failure to check the oil level regularly could lead to serious engine problems if oil level is low:

Check oil level before operating.

Keep oil level between the FULL and the ADD marks.

Check oil level when engine is stopped, level, and is cooled so oil has had time to drain into the sump.

NOTE: Check oil twice a day if you run engine over 4 hours in a day. Make sure engine is cool when checking engine oil level.

1.Park machine safely. (See Parking Safely in the SAFETY section.)

2.Allow engine to cool.

IMPORTANT: Avoid damage! Dirt and debris in oil may cause damage to the engine. Clean area around opening before removing plug or dipstick.

3.Remove dipstick (A). Wipe with a clean cloth.

4.Install dipstick and allow the cap to rest on the end of the tube. Do not tighten the cap.

IMPORTANT: Avoid damage! To prevent extensive engine wear or damage, always maintain the proper engine oil level. Never operate the engine with the oil level below the add mark or over the full mark.

5.Remove dipstick and check oil level on dipstick. Oil must be between the ADD and FULL marks.

If oil is low, add oil to bring oil level no higher than the FULL mark on dipstick.

If oil level is above the FULL mark, drain to proper level.

6.Install and tighten dipstick.

Changing Engine Oil and Filter

IMPORTANT: Avoid damage! Change the oil more often if the vehicle is used in extreme conditions:

Extremely dusty conditions.

Frequent slow or low-speedoperation.

Frequent short trips.

1.Run engine to warm oil.

2.Park machine safely. (See Parking Safely in the SAFETY section).

3.Put container under drain tube.

4.Open drain valve (A) using a 10 mm socket, 1 ft extension, swivel and 3/ 8 in. drive ratchet.

5.Allow oil to drain into an oil drain pan.

6.After oil drains, close drain valve.

7.Remove oil filter using an appropriate filter wrench. Turn filter counterclockwise to remove.

8.Apply a film of clean engine oil on gasket of new filter.

9.Install filter. Turn filter clockwise until gasket makes contact with mounting surface. Tighten 1/2 to 3/4 turn after gasket contact.

10.Clean area around the dipstick.

11.Unscrew and remove dipstick.

IMPORTANT: Avoid damage! To prevent extensive engine wear or damage, always maintain the proper engine oil level. Never operate the engine with the oil level below the add mark or over the full mark.

12.Add approximately 1.4 L (1.5 qt) of oil.

13.Install and tighten dipstick.

14.Start engine and run at slow throttle for approximately two minutes. Check for leaks around filter and drain valve.

15.Stop engine.

16.Check oil level:

Remove dipstick. Wipe with a clean cloth.

Install dipstick and allow the cap to rest on the end of the tube. Do not tighten the cap.

Remove dipstick and check oil level on dipstick. Oil level should be between the ADD and FULL marks. Add oil if needed.

17.Install and tighten dipstick.

MODEL

Oil Capacity With Filter (Dry)

 

 

 

 

Kawasaki Engines

1.8 L (1.9 qt)

 

 

Kohler Engines

2.0 L (2.1 qt)

 

 

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SERVICE ENGINE

Cleaning Engine Air Intake Screen and Fan

CAUTION: Avoid injury! Compressed air can cause debris to fly a long distance.•

•Clear work area of bystanders.

•Wear eye protection when using compressed air for cleaning purposes.

•Reduce compressed air pressure to 210 kPa (30 psi).

IMPORTANT: Avoid damage! An obstructed air intake screen can cause engine damage due to overheating. Keep air intake screen and other external surfaces of the engine, including cooling fins, clean at all times to allow adequate air intake.

Keep air intake screens and engine cooling fins clear of debris to ensure proper cooling. See the engine manufacturer’s owner’s manual provided with your machine for the complete procedure.

Checking and Cleaning Air Filter Elements

CAUTION: Avoid injury! Touching hot surfaces can burn skin. The engine, components, and fluids will be hot if the engine has been running. Allow the engine to cool before servicing or working near the engine and components.

IMPORTANT: Avoid damage! Dirt and debris can enter the engine through a damaged filter element:

Do not wash paper element.

Do not attempt to clean paper element by tapping against another object.

Do not use pressurized air to clean element.

Replace element only if it is very dirty, damaged or the seal is cracked.

NOTE: It may be necessary to check the air filter more frequently if operating machine in dusty conditions.

Check and clean air filter elements at the intervals recommended in the Service Intervals section. See the engine manufacturer’s owner’s manual provided with your machine for the complete procedure.

Cleaning Engine Oil Cooler - Kohler Engines

Keep engine oil cooler fins clear of debris to ensure proper cooling. See the engine manufacturer’s owner’s manual provided with your machine for the complete procedure.

Checking Spark Plug

CAUTION: Avoid injury! Touching hot surfaces can burn skin. The engine, components, and fluids will be hot if the engine has been running. Allow the engine to cool before servicing or working near the engine and components.

IMPORTANT: Avoid damage! Do not clean spark plugs with abrasives.

Check spark plugs at the intervals recommended in the Service Intervals section. See the engine manufacturer’s owner’s manual provided with

your machine for the complete procedure.

Adjusting Carburetor

NOTE: Carburetor is calibrated by the engine manufacturer and is not adjustable.

If engine is operated at altitudes above 1829 m (6,000 ft), some carburetors may require a special high altitude main jet. See your authorized dealer.

If engine is hard to start or runs rough, check the TROUBLESHOOTING section of this manual.

Possible engine surging will occur at high throttle with transmission in “N” neutral and mower engagement lever disengaged. This is a normal condition due to the emission control system.

After performing the checks in the troubleshooting section and your engine is still not performing correctly, contact your authorized dealer.

Replacing Fuel Filter

CAUTION: Avoid injury! Fuel vapors are explosive and flammable:•Do not smoke while handling fuel.

•Keep fuel away from flames or sparks.

•Shut off engine before servicing.

•Cool engine before servicing.

•Work in a well-ventilatedarea.

•Clean up spilled fuel immediately.

1.Park machine safely. (See Parking Safely in the SAFETY section.)

2.Allow engine to cool.

3.Place a drain pan under hoses to catch any fuel that may be left in hoses.

Picture Note: Kawasaki engine shown.

4.Locate fuel hose (A) coming from fuel tank, disconnect it from the inlet side of fuel filter (B) and drain gasoline into a properly marked container.

5.Remove fuel filter from fuel hose (C) going to engine. Discard filter.

IMPORTANT: Avoid damage! When installing a new fuel filter, the filter arrow must be pointing in the direction of fuel flow. Make sure clamps are installed properly.

6.Connect a new fuel filter to hoses. Make sure fuel filter is installed with arrow pointing in direction of fuel flow.

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SERVICE TRANSMISSION

Service Transmission

Hydraulic Oil

Use only 5W-50or15W-50all synthetic oil.

Checking Hydraulic Oil Level

IMPORTANT: Avoid damage! Check oil level in reservoir tank when oil is cold.

Do not overfill oil reservoir tank. Oil will expand during operation and could overflow.

1.Park machine safely. (See Parking Safely in the SAFETY section.)

IMPORTANT: Avoid damage! Dirt and debris in oil may cause damage to the transaxle. Clean area around opening before removing dipstick.

2.Unscrew and remove hydraulic reservoir cap/dipstick (A) from hydraulic oil reservoir.

3.Wipe dipstick with a clean cloth.

4.Install dipstick and allow the cap to rest on the end of the tube. Do not tighten the cap.

5.Remove dipstick and check oil level. Oil level should be at top mark on dipstick.

6.If necessary, add oil through oil reservoir filler neck.

7.Install cap on filler neck.

Changing Hydraulic Oil and Filter

CAUTION: Avoid injury! Escaping fluid under pressure can penetrate the skin causing serious injury. Avoid the hazard by relieving pressure before disconnecting hydraulic or other lines. Tighten all connections before applying pressure. Search for leaks with a piece of cardboard. Protect hands and body from high pressure fluids.

Use caution when filling and draining hydraulic oil. During periods of machine operation the hydraulic oil reservoir can get hot. Allow engine and oil reservoir to cool before servicing.

IMPORTANT: Avoid damage! Contamination of hydraulic fluid could cause transmission damage or failure. Do not open oil reservoir cap unless absolutely necessary.

Severe or unusual conditions may require a more frequent service interval.

1.Park machine safely. (See Parking Safely in the SAFETY section.)

2. Allow engine and hydraulic oil reservoir to cool.

3.Clean area around reservoir filler cap, and remove filler cap from reservoir.

4.Remove cap (A) from oil reservoir tank filler neck.

5.Turn hydraulic oil filter (B) counterclockwise to remove.

6.Allow hydraulic oil to drain into a drain pan with at least a 3.8 L (1.0 gal) capacity.

7.Apply a film of clean oil on gasket of new filter.

8.Install filter. Turn filter clockwise until gasket makes contact with mounting surface. Tighten 1/2 to 3/4 turn after gasket contact.

NOTE: Reservoir capacity is approximately 1.9 L (2.0 qt). Total system capacity is approximately 3.5 L (3.75 qt).

9.Fill oil reservoir with approximately 1.9 L (2.0 qt) of oil.

10.Install reservoir cap.

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CAUTION: Avoid injury! Engine exhaust fumes contain carbon monoxide and can cause serious illness or death.

Move the machine to an outside area before running the engine.Do not run an engine in an enclosed area without adequate ventilation.

•Connect a pipe extension to the engine exhaust pipe to direct the exhaust fumes out of the area.

•Allow fresh outside air into the work area to clear the exhaust fumes out.

11.Start engine.

12.Move throttle lever to 3/4-throttleposition.

13.Unlock the park brake.

CAUTION: Avoid injury! Help prevent serious bodily injury. Remain alert to other people and the surroundings when operating the machine.

14.Run engine in full forward position for several minutes and then cycle motion control levers forward and rearward several times. Check for leaks around filter.

15.Stop engine. Check oil level. Add oil as necessary.

Cleaning Hydraulic Pump Cooling Fins

CAUTION: Avoid injury! Compressed air can cause debris to fly a long distance.

•Clear work area of bystanders.

•Wear eye protection when using compressed air for cleaning purposes.

•Reduce compressed air pressure to 210 kPa (30 psi).

IMPORTANT: Avoid damage! To ensure proper cooling, keep the cooling fins clean at all times. Operating the machine with obstructed cooling fins could cause damage due to overheating.

1.Park machine safely. (See Parking Safely in the SAFETY section.)

2.Clean hydraulic oil cooler fins (A) on each hydraulic pump with a rag, brush, or compressed air.

Removing and Installing Traction Drive Belt

1.Park machine safely. (See Parking Safely in the SAFETY section.)

2.Remove mower deck drive belt.

CAUTION: Avoid injury! Fingers and hands can be pinched or crushed. Keeps hands clear of sheave and belt pinch points when servicing belt.

Picture Note: Drive belt routing as viewed from top of machine. A- 1/2 in. Square Opening

B- Tension Arm

C- Traction Drive Belt

D- Engine Drive Sheave

E- Tension Idler Sheave

F- Hydraulic Pump Sheave

3.Using a 1/2 in. drive breaker bar and extension, insert end of extension in 1/2 in. drive square opening (A) in tension arm, and carefully move tension arm (B) counter-clockwiseto release belt tension.

4.Remove drive belt (C).

5.Install new drive belt.

6.Install mower deck drive belt as shown.

Checking and Adjusting Motion Control Linkages

CAUTION: Avoid injury! Do not attempt this adjustment unless you are a qualified and properly trained technician. Improper adjustment can result in an unsafe machine.

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Check Neutral Creep

CAUTION: Avoid injury! Engine exhaust fumes contain carbon monoxide and can cause serious illness or death.

Move the machine to an outside area before running the engine.

Do not run an engine in an enclosed area without adequate ventilation.

•Connect a pipe extension to the engine exhaust pipe to direct the exhaust fumes out of the area.

•Allow fresh outside air into the work area to clear the exhaust fumes out.

NOTE: Check and adjust motion control linkages with the machine parked on a hard, level surface.

1.Start engine.

2.Set throttle lever to full-throttleposition.

3.Unlock the park brake.

4.If the rear drive wheels begin to creep, an adjustment is required.

Neutral Creep Adjustment

1.Stop engine and lock the park brake.

2.Move both motion control levers to neutral detent position (standard levers) or neutral lock position (optional “over the lap” levers).

3.Raise the rear wheels off the ground and securely support the rear of the machine.

NOTE: When tilting the seat forward, do not tilt the seat so far forward that it moves the motion control levers out of the neutral detent position.

4.Tilt operator seat forward and support the seat frame.

5.Loosen nut (A), and move the dampener (B) in adjusting slot backward or forward to stop machine creep.

If machine creeps forward, slide dampener to the rear of the adjusting slot. Tighten nut.

If machine creeps backward, slide dampener to the front of the adjusting slot. Tighten nut.

6.Check for creep, and if the machine still creeps, continue with the next step.

7.Remove pin (C) and disconnect swivel (D) from each traction control rod (E), and rotate the swivel.

8.Rotate swivel (D) to adjust:

To stop forward creep, rotate each swivel (D) counterclockwise one rotation.

To stop rearward creep, rotate each swivel (D) clockwise one rotation. 9.Connect swivel to traction control rod.

10.Repeat as needed to stop machine creep. 11.Lower seat.

12.Lower the rear of the machine to the ground. 13.Check maximum speed drift.

Check Maximum Speed Drift

1.Check neutral creep, and adjust as needed.

2.Sit on the seat, and start the engine.

3.Operate machine to bring the hydraulic oil to normal operating temperature.

4.Move the machine in a level, wide-openarea, such as an empty parking lot.

5.Run the engine at full throttle.

6.Move and hold both control levers to the full forward position. Observe the machine travel. If the machine does not travel in a straight line, adjustment is required. Note the direction the machine moves.

Maximum Speed Drift Adjustment

1.Park machine safely. (See Parking Safely in the SAFETY section.)

2.Tilt operator seat forward and support the seat frame.

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NOTE: If the machine travels to the left, adjust the right speed drift screw (A). If the machine travels to the right, adjust the left speed drift screw (B).

3.Adjust the appropriate speed drift screw (A or B) as follows:

a.Loosen jam nut (C or D).

b.Adjust the screw (A or B) one turn clockwise.

c.Tighten the jam nut (C or D).

4.Lower the seat platform.

5.Perform Check Maximum Speed Drift procedure to check adjustment. Repeat the adjustment procedure as needed.

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Hydraulic System Hose Routing

A- Hydraulic Reservoir

B- Oil Filter

C- Right Hydraulic Pump

D- Right Wheel Motor

E- Left Wheel Motor

F- Left Hydraulic Pump

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Hydraulic System Schematic

 

J - Left Wheel Motor

A- Control Input Shaft

K- Left Hydraulic Pump

B- Pump Block

L- Oil Filter

C- Charge Pump

M- Hydraulic Reservoir

D- Charge System Check Valve

 

E- Right Hydraulic Pump

 

 

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F- Manual Bypass (Free-Wheel)Valve

G- Right Wheel Motor

 

H- Cooling Orifice

 

I - Charge Relief Valve

 

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Removing and Installing Front Caster Wheels

Removing

1.Park machine safely. (See Parking Safely in the SAFETY section.)

CAUTION: Avoid injury! The machine may fall or slip from an unsafe lifting device or supports, injuring anyone beneath it.

Remove key before raising machine.

Use a safe lifting device rated for the load to be lifted.

Lower machine onto stable supports or jack stands and block wheels before servicing.

2.Lift front of machine with a safe lifting device.

3.Remove hex nut (A) and wheel bolt (B). 4.Remove wheel (C) from assembly yoke.

Installing

1.Install replacement wheel (C). 2.Install wheel bolt (B) and hex nut (A). 3.Tighten nut.

4.Lower machine.

Servicing Front Caster Wheel Roller Bearings - Chariot

1.Park machine safely. (See Parking Safely in the SAFETY section.)

CAUTION: Avoid injury! The machine may fall or slip from an unsafe lifting device or supports, injuring anyone beneath it.

•Remove key before raising machine.

•Use a safe lifting device rated for the load to be lifted.

•Lower machine onto stable supports or jack stands and block wheels before servicing.

2.Raise and securely support the front of the mower deck.

3.Remove locknut (A), cap screw (B), two trash guards (C) and wheel and tire assembly (D).

4.Remove bearings (E) and spacer tube (F) from wheel.

5.Wipe clean and inspect bearings (E). Replace bearings as needed. 6.Install spacer tube (F), press bearings (E) into wheel and tire assembly.

7.Install wheel and tire assembly (D), two trash guards (C), cap screw (B) and locknut (A).

Adjusting Front Caster Spindle Bearing

NOTE: Adjustment required only if the front caster wheel shimmies during travel.

1.Park machine safely. (See Parking Safely in the SAFETY section.)

2.Remove dust cover (A) from top of spindle.

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3.Remove cotter pin (B).

4.Turn castle nut (C) 1/4 turn clockwise.

5.Install a new cotter pin. Do not loosen the castle nut to align cotter pin hole, tighten to align.

6.Replace dust cover.

7.Test machine to determine if shimmy is still present. Repeat adjustment as necessary.

Servicing Caster Spindle Bearings

1.Park machine safely. (See Parking Safely in the SAFETY section.)

CAUTION: Avoid injury! The machine may fall or slip from an unsafe lifting device or supports, injuring anyone beneath it.

•Remove key before raising machine.

•Use a safe lifting device rated for the load to be lifted.

•Lower machine onto stable supports or jack stands and block wheels before servicing.

2.Raise and securely support the front of the mower deck.

3.Remove cap (A), cotter pin (B), castle nut (C), caster yoke and wheel assembly (D) and caster bushing (E).

NOTE: It is not necessary to remove the bearing races (F and G), unless the bearings need to be replaced.

4.Remove seal (H) and lower bearing (I). 5.Remove upper bearing (J).

6.Clean and inspect bearings (I and J); pack with clean grease. Replace bearings if needed.

7.Install lower bearing (I).

8.Install caster bushing (E) into a new seal (H). 9.Install seal assembly (H).

10.Carefully install caster yoke and wheel assembly (D).

NOTE: Do not overtighten castle nut (C). Tighten castle nut only enough to install the cotter pin (B). The caster wheel yoke assembly must be free to rotate.

11.Install castle nut (C), cotter pin (B) and cap (A).

12.Apply grease to lubrication fitting (L).

Checking and Aligning Motion Control Levers -

Standard Center Steer Levers

Check Alignment:

1.Park machine safely. (See Parking Safely in the SAFETY section.)

2.The control lever gap is pre-setat the factory. If the gap requires adjustment, see your authorized Great Dane servicing dealer.

Height Adjustment Procedure

The position of the control levers can be varied higher or lower by approximately 25 mm (1 in.) depending on the holes chosen for mounting the lever.

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To mount in the high position, mount the levers to the top four holes in the mounting bracket.

To mount in the low position, mount the levers to the bottom four holes in the mounting bracket.

Checking and Aligning Motion Control Levers - Optional Over the Lap Levers

Check Alignment:

1.Park machine safely. (See Parking Safely in the SAFETY section.)

2.Move both motion control levers (A) from the neutral lock to the neutral steer position.

3.Check levers for equal alignment.

• Check gap (B) between the levers. The recommended gap is 3-6mm(1/8-1/4in.).

NOTE: If the ends of the levers strike against each other while in the neutral position, move the levers to the neutral lock position and carefully bend them outward. Move them back to the neutral position and check for the recommended gap of 3-6mm(1/8-1/4in.).

• If positions of the control levers are unequal, an adjustment is necessary.

Alignment Procedure

1.Adjust position of motion control levers:

Loosen cap screws (C).

Slide both levers forward or rearward to desired position on control arm until levers are aligned.

Tighten cap screws.

Adjusting Park Brake

IMPORTANT: Avoid damage! Due to initial brake wear, the park brake should be checked and adjusted after the first 25 hours of use.

A park brake that is adjusted too tightly could damage the transmission or cause premature brake wear.

1.Park machine safely. (See Parking Safely in the SAFETY section.)

2.Loosen set screw (A).

3.Turn knob (B) clockwise several times. 4. Tighten set screw down in the lower slot. 5.Test park brake.

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Removing and Installing Mower Deck Foot Plate

CAUTION: Avoid injury! Always operate the mower with the foot plate installed. Operating with the foot plate removed can cause serious injury.

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Removing Foot Plate

1.Park machine safely. (See Parking Safely in the SAFETY section.)

2.Raise foot plate (A) using hole (B).

3.Remove and retain hardware (C) securing foot plate (A) on both sides of machine.

4.Remove foot plate.

Installing Foot Plate

1.Install foot plate (A) using hardware (C) saved earlier. 2.Lower foot plate.

Removing and Installing Mower Deck Belt Shields

CAUTION: Avoid injury! Help prevent serious personal injury. Do not operate the mower without the belt shields installed.

Removing Belt Shields

1.Park machine safely. (See Parking Safely in the SAFETY section.)

2.Lower mower deck to the lowest cutting height position.

3.Remove knob (A).

4.Remove belt shield (B).

Installing Belt Shields

1.Install belt shield (B).

2.Install knob (A).

Leveling Mower Deck

CAUTION: Avoid injury! Rotating blades are dangerous. Before adjusting or servicing mower:

•Remove ignition key or disconnect battery negative (-)cable to prevent engine from starting accidently.

•Always wear gloves when handling mower blades or working near blades.

NOTE: Mower deck anti-scalpwheels should not contact the ground.

1.Park machine safely. (See Parking Safely in the SAFETY section.) 2.Inflate tires to the correct pressure.

3.Raise the mower deck lift lever to transport position. 4.Inspect mower blades for:

Blade sharpness.

Blade damage.

Bent blades.

Checking Level (Side-to-Side)

NOTE: Mower deck anti-scalpwheels should not contact the ground.

1.Lower deck to the 76 mm (3 in.) cutting height position.

NOTE: Position the left mower blade in the sideways (left-to-right)position.

Use a short ruler or a leveling gauge to check the mower blade level.

2.Measure from outside blade tip to the ground.

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Picture Note: Discharge chute raised for photo clarity.

3.Position right mower blade (A) (discharge side) in the side-to-sideposition.

4.Measure from outside blade tip to the ground.

• The difference between both measurements should be no greater than 3 mm (1/8 in.).

5.If side-to-sidelevel is not within specifications, an adjustment is necessary.

Adjusting Level (Side-to-Side)

1.Adjust four chain U-bolts(B) (two on each side of deck) until deck is within 3 mm (1/8 in.) of level from side to side.

Checking Level (Front-to-Rear)

1.Lower mower deck to the 76 mm (3 in.) cutting height position.

2.Position right mower blade (discharge side) in the straight forward (front- to-rear)position.

3.Measure from right front blade tip to the ground.

4.Turn blade 180° and measure from right rear blade tip to the ground.

• The height (C) of the rear blade tip should be 3-6mm(1/8-1/4in.) higher than the front blade tip.

5.If the front-to-rearlevel is not within specifications, an adjustment is necessary.

Adjusting Level (Front-to-Rear)

IMPORTANT: Avoid damage! Adjust the left and right deck lift assist rods equally.

NOTE: Adjust side-to-sidemower level before adjustingfront-to-rearlevel.

1.Loosen jam nut (D) on deck lift assist rod.

2.While positioned in front of the machine, adjust mower level:

Turn hex nut (E) counterclockwise (F) to lower front of mower deck.

Turn hex nut (E) clockwise (G) to raise front of mower deck. 3.Tighten jam nuts.

4.Check front-to-rearmower level.

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Checking and Adjusting Cutting Height

CAUTION: Avoid injury! Rotating blades are dangerous. Before adjusting or servicing mower:

•Remove ignition key or disconnect battery negative (-)cable to prevent engine from starting accidently.

•Always wear gloves when handling mower blades or working near blades.

Checking Thrust Arm-to-StopRod Clearance (Transport Position)

1.Park machine safely. (See Parking Safely in the SAFETY section.)

2.Set mower deck to transport (fully raised) position.

3.Check clearance (A) from the top of the thrust arms (B) to the bottom of the thrust arm stop rod (C). The clearance should be 3 mm (1/8 in.).

Adjust Thrust Arm-to-StopRod Clearance (Transport Position)

1.Park machine safely. (See Parking Safely in the SAFETY section.)

2.Loosen jam nut (A).

NOTE: If correct adjustment cannot be obtained by adjusting the lift handle connecting rod, further movement can be gained by adjusting the chain U-bolts.

Adjust all four chain U-boltsequally. All four chains should be tight. Tighten theU-boltof the loose chain to correct.

3.Adjust deck lift handle connecting rod (B) while viewing adjusting mechanism from rear of machine.

To lower deck, turn nut (C) counterclockwise.

To raise deck, turn nut (C) clockwise. 4.Tighten jam nut (A).

Adjusting Deck Lift Assist Spring Tension

NOTE: Deck lift assist spring tension is adjusted at the factory. If the effort required to raise or lower the mower deck is not satisfactory, an adjustment may be necessary.

Check Spring Tension

1.Park machine safely. (See Parking Safely in the SAFETY section.)

2.Raise the mower deck lift lever to the transport position.

3.Measure distance (A) between the washers (B) on each deck lift spring assembly.

• The recommended factory setting is approximately 1 mm (1/32 in.) gap between the spring coils at the lowest HOC setting.

Adjust Assist Spring Tension

NOTE: Do not overtighten the deck lift assist springs. If the springs are compressed too tightly, the mower deck will float too freely.

Decrease deck lift assist spring tension if operating in rough terrain.

While positioned in front of the machine:

Turn hex nut (C) clockwise to increase deck lift spring tension and reduce the effort to raise and lower the mower deck.

Turn hex nut (C) counterclockwise to decrease deck lift spring tension and increase the effort to raise and lower the mower deck.

Checking and Adjusting Mower Deck Drive Belt

Tension

1.Park machine safely. (See Parking Safely in the SAFETY section.) 2.Adjust the mower deck for the lowest cutting height, and lower the deck. 3.Raise foot platform.

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4.Loosen jam nut (A).

5.Check the mower deck drive belt (B) tension. The belt should deflect a maximum of 13 mm (1/2 in.) when a force of 4.5 kg (10 lb) is applied to the center of the longest span.

When properly adjusted, there would be approximately a 2 mm (1/16 in.) gap between the spring coils.

To increase belt tension: Turn nut (C) clockwise.

To decrease belt tension: Turn nut (C) counterclockwise. 6.Tighten jam nut (A).

7.Lower foot platform.

Removing and Installing Mower Deck Drive Belt

1.Park machine safely. (See Parking Safely in the SAFETY section.)

2.Raise foot platform.

3.Remove mower deck drive belt covers.

4.Release mower deck drive belt tension by turning the tension adjuster nut (A) counterclockwise.

CAUTION: Avoid injury! Fingers and hands can be pinched or crushed. Keeps hands clear of sheave and belt pinch points when servicing belt.

5.Remove mower deck drive belt (B).

A- PTO Clutch Sheave

B- Mower Deck Drive Belt

C- Tension Idler Sheave

D- Left Spindle Sheave

E- Center Spindle Sheave

F- Idler Sheave

G- Right Spindle Sheave

H- Idler Sheave

6.Install new mower deck drive belt (B) as shown. 7.Adjust belt tension.

8.Install mower deck drive belt covers. 9.Lower foot platform.

Checking and Replacing Mower Blades

CAUTION: Avoid injury! Do not work near raised mower deck unless it is safely supported.

•Mower blades are sharp. Wrap blades or wear gloves when servicing.

•Before performing any service function, wait for all moving parts to stop turning.

•Disconnect battery or remove spark plug wire before making repairs.

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IMPORTANT: Avoid damage! When replacing mower blades, always use genuine Great Dane Service Parts.

NOTE: Only replace blades. Never straighten or weld them.

Checking Mower Blades

1.Park machine safely. (See Parking Safely in the Safety Section).

2.Raise the mower deck to the transport position (also the 12.7 cm [5 in.] cutting height position).

3.Raise front of machine with a safe lifting device.

Support with jack stands and/or wooden blocks. 4.Check mower blades:

Mower blades should be sharp and free of any damage.

Inspect blades; sharpen/balance or replace as necessary.

Replacing Mower Blades

1.Use two long-handled15/16 in. wrenches to loosen nut (A).

2.Remove nut (A), blade bolt (B), three 1/4 in. washers (C) and blade (D). 3.Install replacement blade:

• Blade wing must face toward top of mower deck.

IMPORTANT: Avoid damage! When installing the blade:

Make sure the blade is properly seated on the spindle.

Make sure the concave side of the large washer faces towards the blade.

Install blade bolt (B), blade (D), three 1/4 in. washers (C) and nut (A).

Tighten blade nut to 81 N•m (60 lb-ft).

4.Lower machine.

5.Adjust mower deck to a desirable cutting height.

Sharpening Blades

CAUTION: Avoid injury! Mower blades are dangerous! •Always wear gloves while working on blades. •Always wear safety eye protection when grinding.

• Sharpen blades with grinder, hand file, or electric blade sharpener.

A

B

Keep original bevel (A) when grinding.

Blade should have 0.40 mm (1/64 in.) cutting edge (B) or less.

Balance blades before installing.

Balancing Blades

CAUTION: Avoid injury! Mower blades are sharp. Always wear gloves when handling mower blades or working near blades.

1.Clean blade.

2.Put blade on nail in a vise. Turn blade to horizontal position.

3.Check balance. If blade is not balanced, heavy end of blade will drop. 4.Grind bevel of heavy end. Do not change blade bevel.

Replacing Mower Spindle Bearings

1.Park machine safely. (See Parking Safely in the SAFETY section.) 2.Remove mower blade. (See Checking and Replacing Mower Blades.)

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3.Remove nut (A), pulley (B) and spacer (C).

4.Remove retaining ring (D), spindle shaft (E), lower bearing (F) and spacer (G) from spindle housing (H). Discard bearing.

5.Remove and discard upper bearing (I).

6.Clean entire assembly.

7.Install a new lower bearing (F) and spacer (G) on the spindle shaft (E).

IMPORTANT: Avoid damage! The clearance between the lower bearing and the housing is only 0.05 mm (0.002 in.). Do not force bearing into housing.

8.Install the spindle shaft (E), lower bearing (F) and spacer (G) into the spindle housing (H).

9.Install the upper bearing (I) and retaining ring (D).

10.Install spacer (C).

11.Install pulley (B) and nut (A). Tighten nut to 61 N•m (50 lb-ft).

12.Install mower blade, blade washers and blade bolt assembly. Tighten nut to 81 N•m (60 lb-ft).(See Checking and Replacing Mower Blades.)

Service Electrical

WARNING: Battery posts, terminals and related accessories contain lead and lead components, chemicals known to the State of California to cause

cancer and reproductive harm. Wash hands after handling.

Service the Battery Safely

CAUTION: Avoid injury! The battery produces a flammable and explosive gas. The battery may explode:

•Do not smoke near battery.

•Wear eye protection and gloves.

•Do not allow direct metal contact across battery posts.

•Remove negative cable first when disconnecting.

•Install negative cable last when connecting.

Removing and Installing the Battery

Removing:

1.Park machine safely. (See Parking Safely in the SAFETY section.)

2.Slide black cover (A) away from the negative battery terminal and disconnect the negative battery cable (B).

3.Slide red cover (C) away from the positive battery terminal and disconnect the positive battery cable (D).

4.Remove nuts (E) and washers from both sides of the bracket (F).

5.Remove bracket (F) and J-bolts(G).

6.Remove battery (H).

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Installing:

1.Install battery (H) using J-bolts(G), bracket (F), washers and nuts (E).

2.Connect the positive battery cable (D) first, then the negative cable (B).

3.Apply petroleum jelly or silicone spray to the terminals to prevent corrosion.

4.Slide covers (A and C) over battery terminals.

Cleaning Battery and Terminals

1.Park machine safely. (See Parking Safely in the SAFETY section.)

2.Disconnect and remove battery.

3.Wash battery with a solution of four tablespoons of baking soda to one gallon of water. Be careful not to get the soda solution into the battery cells.

4.Rinse the battery with plain water and dry.

5.Clean terminals and battery cable ends with wire brush until bright.

6.Install battery.

7.Attach cables to battery posts using washers and nuts (H).

8.Apply petroleum jelly or silicone spray to terminals to prevent corrosion.

Using Booster Battery

CAUTION: Avoid injury! The battery produces a flammable and explosive gas. The battery may explode:

•Do not smoke or have open flame near battery.

•Wear eye protection and gloves.

•Do not jump start or charge a frozen battery. Warm battery to 16°C (60°F).

•Do not connect the negative (-)booster cable to the negative(-)terminal of the discharged battery. Connect at a good ground location away from the discharged battery.

A- Booster Battery

B- Disabled Vehicle Battery

1.Connect positive (+) booster cable to booster battery (A) positive (+) post (C).

2.Connect the other end of positive (+) booster cable to the disabled vehicle battery (B) positive (+) post (D).

3.Connect negative (–)booster cable to booster battery negative(–)post

(E).

IMPORTANT: Avoid damage! Electric charge from booster battery can damage machine components. Do not install negative booster cable to machine frame. Install only to the engine block.

Install negative booster cable away from moving parts in the engine compartment, such as belts and fan blades.

4.Connect the other end (F) of negative (–)booster cable to a metal part of the disabled machine engine block away from battery.

5.Start the engine of the disabled machine and run machine for several minutes.

6.Carefully disconnect the booster cables in the exact reverse order: negative cable first and then the positive cable.

Replacing Fuse

One 20-ampfuse is located behind the seat area.

IMPORTANT: Avoid damage! When replacing fuses - use only a 20-ampfuse or you may damage the circuit.

1.Park machine safely. (See Parking Safely in the SAFETY section.)

2.Remove defective fuse (A) from socket.

3.Check metal clip in fuse window and discard fuse if clip is broken. 4.Install new fuse in socket.

Burnishing the PTO Clutch

NOTE: The clutch will only require burnishing if a new clutch has been installed.

1.Start and run the engine at 1/2 throttle.

2.Engage and disengage the PTO clutch five times (ten seconds on, ten seconds off).

3.Move throttle lever to 3/4 throttle.

4.Engage and disengage the PTO clutch five times (ten seconds on, ten seconds off).

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Wiring Schematic

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Service Miscellaneous

Using Proper Fuel

Use regular grade unleaded fuel with an octane rating of 87 octane or higher. Fuel blends containing up to 10% ethanol or up to 15% MTBE reformulated fuel are acceptable. Do not use fuel or additives containing methanol as engine damage can occur.

Always use fresh, clean fuel that is purchased in a quantity that can be used within approximately 30 days, or add fuel stabilizer.

Fuel is blended to give best seasonal performance. To avoid engine performance problems such as hard starting or vapor lock, use in-seasonfuel. Use fuel during warm weather that was purchased during that season, and use fuel during cold weather that was purchased during that season.

Fuel can become stale in machines with engines that are used seasonally or infrequently during a season. Stale fuel can produce varnish and plug carburetor components which can affect engine performance.

Keep fuel storage container tightly covered and in a cool area out of direct sunlight. Fuel can break down and degrade if not sealed properly or exposed to sun and heat.

Condensation may collect in the fuel tank because of a variety of operating or environmental conditions and, over time, may affect your machine’s operation. Fill fuel tank at the end of daily use and store fuel in plastic containers to reduce condensation.

For best year-roundperformance andfuel-handling,add stabilizer to fuel immediately after fuel purchase. Such practice helps prevent engine performance problems and allows fuel storage in the machine all year without draining.

Filling Fuel Tank

CAUTION: Avoid injury! Fuel vapors are explosive and flammable:

•Shut engine off before filling fuel tank.

•Do not smoke while handling fuel.

•Keep fuel away from flames or sparks.

•Fill fuel tank outdoors or in well ventilated area.

•Clean up spilled fuel immediately.

•Use clean approved non-metalcontainer to prevent static electric discharge.

•Use clean approved plastic funnel without screen or filter to prevent static electric discharge.

IMPORTANT: Avoid damage! Dirt and water in fuel can cause engine damage:

Clean dirt and debris from the fuel tank opening.

Use clean, fresh, stabilized fuel.

Fill the fuel tank at the end of each day’s operation to keep condensation out of the fuel tank.

Use a non-metallicfunnel with a plastic mesh strainer when filling the fuel tank or container.

Fill fuel tank at the end of each day’s operation to prevent condensation and freezing during cold weather.

1.Park machine safely. (See Parking Safely in the SAFETY section.)

2.Allow engine to cool.

3.Remove any trash from area around fuel tank cap.

4.Remove fuel tank cap slowly to allow any pressure built up in tank to escape.

5.Fill fuel tank only to bottom of filler neck. 6.Install fuel tank cap.

Checking Tire Pressure

CAUTION: Avoid injury! Explosive separation of tire and rim parts is possible when they are serviced incorrectly:

•Do not attempt to mount a tire without the proper equipment and experience to perform the job.

•Do not inflate the tires above the recommended pressure.

•Do not weld or heat a wheel and tire assembly. Heat can cause an increase in air pressure resulting in an explosion. Welding can structurally weaken or deform the wheel.

•Do not stand in front or over the tire assembly when inflating. Use a clip-onchuck and extension hose long enough to allow you to stand to one side.

1.Park machine safely. (See Parking Safely in the SAFETY section.) 2.Check tires for damage.

3.Check tire pressure with an accurate gauge. 4.Add air, if necessary:

Tire Size

Pressure

 

 

 

 

Front: 13 x 5.0-6

110-138kPa(16-20psi)

 

 

Rear - Chariot: 23 x 9.5-12

69-97kPa(10-14psi)

 

 

Removing and Installing Rear Drive Wheels

Removing:

1.Park machine safely. (See Parking Safely in the SAFETY section.)

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TROUBLESHOOTING

2.Slightly loosen five wheel nuts (A).

CAUTION: Avoid injury! The machine can fall or slip from an unsafe lifting device or supports.

•Use a safe lifting device rated for the load to be lifted.

•Lower machine onto jack stands or other stable supports and block wheels before servicing.

IMPORTANT: Avoid damage! Place jack stands under frame, not under transmission or engine, when raising or supporting machine.

3.Lift machine with a safe lifting device.

4.Remove wheel nuts.

5.Remove wheel and tire assembly (B).

Installing Rear Drive Wheels/Tightening Hardware:

1.Install new wheel and tire assembly.

2.Install and tighten wheel nuts in numbered sequence shown for safe wheel installation. Tighten alternately until recommended torque value is reached.

• Tighten nuts to 100 N•m (75 lb-ft).

3.Lower machine.

Cleaning and Repairing Plastic Surfaces

Your authorized dealer has the professional materials needed to properly remove surface scratches from any plastic surfaces, do not attempt to paint over marks or scratches in plastic parts.

IMPORTANT: Avoid damage! Improper care of machine plastic surfaces can damage that surface:

Do not wipe plastic surfaces when they are dry. Dry wiping will result in minor surface scratches.

Use a soft, clean cloth (bath towel, diaper, automotive mitt).

Do not use abrasive materials, such as polishing compounds, on plastic surfaces.

Do not spray insect repellent near machine.

1.Wash surface with clean water and a mild liquid automotive washing soap.

2.Dry thoroughly to avoid water spots.

Cleaning and Repairing Metal Surfaces

Cleaning:

Follow automotive practices to care for your vehicle painted metal surfaces. Use a high-qualityautomotive wax regularly to maintain the factory look of your vehicle’s painted surfaces.

Repairing Minor Scratches (surface scratch):

1.Clean area to be repaired thoroughly.

IMPORTANT: Avoid damage! Do not use rubbing compound on painted surfaces.

2.Use automotive polishing compound to remove surface scratches.

3.Apply wax to entire surface.

Repairing Deep Scratches (bare metal or primer showing):

1.Clean area to be repaired with rubbing alcohol or mineral spirits.

2.Use paint stick with factory-matchedcolors available from your authorized dealer to fill scratches. Follow directions included on paint stick for use and for drying.

3.Smooth out surface using an automotive polishing compound. Do not use power buffer.

4.Apply wax to surface.

Troubleshooting

Using Troubleshooting Chart

If you are experiencing a problem that is not listed in this chart, see your authorized dealer for service.

When you have checked all the possible causes listed and you are still experiencing the problem, see your authorized dealer.

Troubleshooting - 44

TROUBLESHOOTING

Engine

If

Check

 

 

 

 

Engine Will Not Start or Is

Motion control levers not in the neutral

Hard to Start

detent (or neutral lock) position.

 

Park brake lever unlocked.

 

Key switch not in proper position.

 

PTO engaged.

 

Loose or corroded starter cable

 

connections.

 

Stale or improper fuel/fuel level.

 

Plugged fuel filter.

 

Plugged air intake filter.

 

Spark plug wire is loose or

 

disconnected.

 

Spark plug not gapped correctly.

 

Blown 20-ampfuse (main power

 

circuit).

 

Carbureted Engines Only: Blown

 

fusible link (charging circuit).

 

Electrical problem - dead battery.

 

Choke adjusted incorrectly. See your

 

Great Dane servicing dealer.

 

 

Engine Will Not Slow Idle

Bent or kinked throttle cable.

 

Bent governor control.

 

Incorrect governor idle control.

 

Carburetion problems. See your Great

 

Dane servicing dealer.

 

 

Engine Runs Rough or Stalls

Plugged fuel filter.

 

Plugged air intake system.

 

Fuel cap vent dirty.

 

Stale or improper fuel/fuel level.

 

Spark plug not gapped correctly.

 

Replace spark plug.

 

Choke adjusted incorrectly. See your

 

Great Dane servicing dealer.

 

 

Engine Knocks

Engine oil level low.

 

Reduce load. (Slower ground speed.)

 

Fuel is bad. Fill tank with fresh fuel,

 

correct octane.

 

Idle speed too slow.

 

 

Engine Overheats

Clean cooling fins.

 

Low oil level.

 

Do not operate at slow idle. Operate at

 

full-throttlesetting.

 

Cooling air intake screen is dirty.

 

Plugged air intake filter.

 

Operating at too fast ground speed for

 

conditions.

 

 

If

Check

 

 

 

 

Engine Lacks Power

Plugged air intake system.

 

Plugged fuel filter.

 

Improper type of fuel. Drain tank and fill

 

with correct fuel.

 

Clean cooling fins to help prevent

 

overheating.

 

Replace spark plug.

 

 

Engine Uses Too Much Oil

Find and correct oil leaks.

 

Incorrect engine oil.

 

Plugged oil filter.

 

Plugged air intake filter.

 

 

Engine Backfires Through

Throttle should be at low idle for several

Muffler

seconds before turning off machine.

 

Leaking/damaged exhaust manifold

 

gasket.

 

 

High Fuel Consumption

Improper type of fuel.

 

Plugged air intake system.

 

Operating at too fast ground speed for

 

conditions.

 

Improper valve clearance. See your

 

Great Dane servicing dealer.

 

Restricted air intake system.

 

 

Electrical System

 

If

Check

 

 

 

 

Starter Will Not Work

Dead battery.

 

Blown 20-ampfuse (main power

 

circuit).

 

Blown fusible link (charging circuit).

 

Loose or corroded battery or ground

 

connections.

 

Loose or corroded starter cable

 

connections.

 

Neutral start switches faulty or not

 

adjusted properly. See your Great Dane

 

servicing dealer.

 

Key switch or starter faulty. See your

 

Great Dane servicing dealer.

 

PTO engaged.

 

Motion control levers and park brake

 

lever not in proper position.

 

 

Battery Will Not Charge

Loose or corroded battery or ground

 

connections.

 

Blown fusible link (charging circuit).

 

Battery cables and terminals are dirty.

 

Dead cell in battery.

 

 

Troubleshooting - 45

TROUBLESHOOTING

If

Check

 

 

 

 

PTO Clutch Does Not

Blown 20-ampfuse (main power

Engage

circuit).

 

Faulty PTO switch.

 

Faulty PTO clutch.

 

Loose PTO clutch connections.

 

 

Starter Turns Slowly

Loose or corroded battery or ground

 

connections.

 

Low battery power - charge battery.

 

Engine oil viscosity too heavy.

 

Hydraulic pump linkages failed and are

 

engaged.

 

 

Machine

 

If

Check

 

 

 

 

Excessive Machine Vibration

Engine speed too slow.

 

 

Machine Will Not Move With

Park brake locked.

Engine Running

Transmission hydraulic oil level low.

 

 

Transmission oil cold - allow engine to

 

warm.

 

Traction drive belt slipping.

 

Hydraulic pump free-wheelvalves

 

open.

 

Traction drive belt damaged or worn.

 

Hydrostatic pump and/or wheel motor

 

problems. See your Great Dane

 

servicing dealer.

 

 

Machine Creeps With Engine

Needs shift control linkage adjustment.

Running and Motion Control

 

Levers in a Neutral Position

 

 

 

Park Brake

If

Check

 

 

 

 

Park Brake Not Working

Brakes out of adjustment - adjust

Correctly

linkage.

 

Brake drums wet.

 

Worn brake shoes.

 

Brake cable damaged.

 

 

Steering

If

Check

 

 

 

 

Steering Not Working

Park brake locked.

 

Hydraulic pump free-wheelvalves

 

partially open.

 

Improper tire Inflation.

 

Hydrostatic transmission oil low.

 

Traction drive belt slipping.

 

Traction drive belt damaged or worn.

 

 

If

Check

 

 

 

 

Machine Will Not Follow a

Steering tracking out of adjustment.

Straight Path

 

 

 

Machine Moves to the Left or

Pump linkage (neutral position) out of

Right With Engine Running

adjustment.

and Transmission in Neutral

 

 

 

Mower Deck

 

If

Check

 

 

 

 

Discharge Chute Plugged

Grass is wet - mow grass only when

 

dry.

 

Raise cutting height.

 

Mow at full throttle.

 

Ground speed too fast for conditions.

 

Correct installation of deck drive belt.

 

 

Mower Deck Vibrates

Run engine at full throttle.

 

Loose hardware.

 

Check/replace mower deck drive belt.

 

Blades bolts are loose.

 

Blades are bent or worn.

 

Sharpen and balance blades.

 

Remove belt shields and check for

 

debris on sheaves.

 

Check sheaves for proper alignment or

 

damage. See your Great Dane

 

servicing dealer.

 

 

Mower Blades Do Not

Mower deck drive belt slipping or

Engage

broken.

 

Mower deck belt tension spring not

 

installed or broken.

 

PTO switch failure.

 

20-ampfuse is blown (main power

 

circuit).

 

Loose electrical connections.

 

Faulty PTO clutch.

 

 

Mower Mows Unevenly

Mower deck not properly leveled.

 

Ground speed too fast for conditions.

 

Run engine at full throttle.

 

Reduce ground speed when making

 

turns.

 

Blades are bent or worn.

 

Sharpen or replace blades.

 

Change mowing pattern.

 

Check tire pressure.

 

 

Troubleshooting - 46

STORAGE

Storage

Storing Safety

CAUTION: Avoid injury! Fuel vapors are explosive and flammable. Engine exhaust fumes contain carbon monoxide and can cause serious illness or death:

•Run the engine only long enough to move the machine to or from storage.

•Do not store vehicle with fuel in the tank inside a building where fumes may reach an open flame or spark.

•Allow the engine to cool before storing the machine in any enclosure.

Preparing Machine for Storage

1.Repair any worn or damaged parts. Replace parts if necessary. Tighten loose hardware.

2.Repair scratched or chipped metal surfaces to prevent rust. 3.Remove grass and debris from machine.

4.Clean under the deck and remove grass and debris from inside chute and bagger.

5.Wash the machine and apply wax to metal and plastic surfaces. 6.Run machine for five minutes to dry belts and pulleys.

7.Apply light coat of engine oil to pivot and wear points to prevent rust. 8.Lubricate grease points and check tire pressure.

Preparing Fuel and Engine For Storage

Fuel:

If you have been using “Stabilized Fuel,” add stabilized fuel to tank until the tank is full.

NOTE: Filling the fuel tank reduces the amount of air in the fuel tank and helps reduce deterioration of fuel.

If you are not using “Stabilized Fuel:”

1.Park machine safely in a well-ventilatedarea. (See Parking Safely in the SAFETY section.)

NOTE: Try to anticipate the last time the machine will be used for the season so very little fuel is left in the fuel tank.

2.Turn on engine and allow to run until it runs out of fuel.

3.For machines equipped with key switch, turn key to off position.

IMPORTANT: Avoid damage! Stale fuel can produce varnish and plug carburetor or injector components and affect engine performance.

• Add fuel conditioner or stabilizer to fresh fuel before filling tank.

4.Mix fresh fuel and fuel stabilizer in separate container. Follow stabilizer instructions for mixing.

5.Fill fuel tank with stabilized fuel.

6.Run engine for a few minutes to allow fuel mixture to circulate through carburetor on gas engine or fuel injectors on diesel engine.

Engine:

Engine storage procedure should be used when vehicle is not to be used

for longer than 60 days.

1.Change engine oil and filter while engine is warm. 2.Service air filter if necessary.

3.Clean debris from engine air intake screen. 4.On gas engines:

Remove spark plugs. Put 30 mL (1 oz) of clean engine oil in cylinders.

Install spark plugs, but do not connect spark plug wires.

Crank the engine five or six times to allow oil to be distributed. 5.Clean the engine and engine compartment.

6.Remove battery.

7.Clean the battery and battery posts. Check the electrolyte level, if your battery is not maintenance free.

8.Close fuel shut-offvalve, if your machine is equipped.

9. Store the battery in a cool, dry place where it will not freeze.

NOTE: The stored battery should be recharged every 90 days.

10. Charge the battery.

IMPORTANT: Avoid damage! Prolonged exposure to sunlight could damage the hood surface. Store machine inside or use a cover if stored outside.

11. Store the vehicle in a dry, protected place. If vehicle is stored outside, put a waterproof cover over it.

Removing Machine From Storage

1.Check tire pressure.

2.Check engine oil level.

3.Check battery electrolyte level, if your battery is not maintenance free. Charge battery if necessary.

4.Install battery.

5.On gas engines: Check spark plug gap. Install and tighten plugs to specified torque.

6.Lubricate all grease points.

7.Open fuel shut-offvalve, if your machine is equipped.

8.Run the engine 5 minutes without the mower or any attachments running to allow oil to be distributed throughout engine.

9.Be sure all shields and guards or deflectors are in place.

Storage - 47

ASSEMBLY

Assembly

Bag of Parts

Qty.

Description

1

Key

1

Operator’s Manual

1

PDR Check List

Prepare for Assembly

Remove machine from the shipping crate:

Remove box containing operator seat.

Cut plastic tie straps fastening the front wheels to the shipping crate.

Cut plastic tie straps holding the discharge chute up.

Cut plastic tie straps securing the motion control levers to the machine.

Check Fluid Levels

NOTE: Refer to the Service sections of the operator’s manual for information regarding check locations and proper fluid levels.

Check engine oil level.

Check hydraulic oil level.

Check Tire Pressure

CAUTION: Avoid injury! Explosive separation of tire and rim parts is possible when they are serviced incorrectly:

•Do not attempt to mount a tire without the proper equipment and experience to perform the job.

•Do not inflate the tires above the recommended pressure.

•Do not weld or heat a wheel and tire assembly. Heat can cause an increase in air pressure resulting in an explosion. Welding can structurally weaken or deform the wheel.

•Do not stand in front or over the tire assembly when inflating. Use a clip-onchuck and extension hose long enough to allow you to stand to one side.

1.Check tires for damage.

2.Check tire pressure with an accurate gauge.

3.Add or remove air, if necessary.

Install ROPS

1.Support rear of bumper with wooden blocks or jack.

2.Loosen nut (A) securing the rear battery hold-downrod and disengage hooked end (B) from bumper.

3.Remove all bumper mounting bolts and retaining hardware except for the lower left cap screw (C) at each side of the machine. Discard any assembly washers, retain bolts and locknuts for later use.

4.Fold ROPS to the upright operating position and install lock pins (D) and spring pins (E).

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SPECIFICATIONS

CAUTION: Avoid injury! Machine component is heavy. Use a safe lifting device or get an assistant to help lift and hold component into place for installation.

NOTE: Using a tapered drift will aid in the alignment of mounting holes and ease installation of cap screws.

5.Lay ROPS on the ground, slide it up to the bumper and align the appropriate hole in the ROPS flange with the lower rear mounting holes in the machine frame and bumper. Install an M10 cap screw, removed earlier, through the hole from the inside and secure loosely with an M10 locknut (F).

6. Remove cap screw (C).

NOTE: Take care when raising ROPS to avoid damaging paint on bumper.

7.Using the lower rear bolts as a pivot, raise ROPS to the vertical position, and install remaining cap screws and locknuts (F) on each side. Tighten all ROPS mounting hardware to 80 N•m (59 lb-ft).

8.Engage hooked end (B) of rear battery hold-downrod in slot in bumper and tighten nut to secure.

Lubricate Machine

Lubricate all moving parts before operating the machine. See Lubrication Points in the Service Lubrication section.

Check Mower Deck Level

The mower deck is assembled and adjusted at the factory. After machine is completely assembled, check the mower front-to-rearandside-to-sidedeck level.

Check Safety System

For a complete checkout procedure of the safety interlock system, see Testing the Safety Interlock System in the Operating section.

Initial Adjustments

CAUTION: Avoid injury! Clear area of all bystanders before performing this service procedure.

1.Check free-wheelvalves on both pump assemblies to make sure that the valves are closed. Tighten valves to108-163N•m(80-120lb-ft).

2.Raise the rear of the machine until the drive wheels are off the ground. Support the machine with jackstands.

CAUTION: Avoid injury! Engine exhaust fumes contain carbon monoxide and can cause serious illness or death.

•Move the machine to an outside area before running the engine.

•Do not run an engine in an enclosed area without adequate ventilation.

•Connect a pipe extension to the engine exhaust pipe to direct the exhaust fumes out of the area.

•Allow fresh outside air into the work area to clear the exhaust fumes out.

3.Start and run the engine until it reaches normal operating temperature.

4.Move control levers to the forward position and observe drive wheel rotation; the drive wheels should rotate in the correct direction.

5.Move the control levers to the reverse position and observe drive wheel rotation; the drive wheels should rotate in the correct direction.

6.Move PTO clutch switch to on position; mower clutch should engage. Run blades for several minutes.

7.Move PTO clutch switch to off position and shut the engine off.

8.Check all belts for proper tension.

9.Start the engine and test drive the machine in an open area. Drive the machine forward; if the machine drifts to the right or left, adjust the transmission control linkage.

Specifications

Engine

NOTE: See engine manufacturer’s owner’s manual provided with your machine for engine specifications.

Battery

Voltage. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 volt CCA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .340 amp Reserve Capacity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 90 minutes BCI Group Size . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .51

Tires

Front . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13 x 5.0-6Rear . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .23 x9.50-12Inflation Front (Maximum) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .110-138kPa(16-20psi)

Specifications - 49

GETTING QUALITY SERVICE

Inflation Rear (Maximum) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .69-97kPa(10-14psi)

Wheel Nut Torque . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100 N•m (75 lb-ft)

Capacities

Fuel Tank . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30.2 L (8 gal)

Hydraulic System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.54 L (3.75 qt)

Net Weight - Chariot (With Mower Deck and Without

Fuel

Chariot With 48-in.Deck . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

499 kg (1100 lb)

Chariot With 52-in.Deck . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

510 kg (1124 lb)

Chariot With 61-in.Deck . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

521 kg (1149 lb)

Travel Speeds

Forward . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0-18km/h(0-9mph)

Reverse. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0-8km/h(0-5mph)

Dimensions

Wheel Base . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.10 m (43.375 in.)

Track Width . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.21 m (47.5 in.)

Overall Height . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.09 m (42.75 in.)

Overall Length . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.97 m (77.75 in.)

Overall Width (with 48-in.Deck) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.50 m (59 in.)

Overall Width (with 52-in.Deck) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.70 m (67 in.)

Overall Width (with 61-in.Deck) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.90 m (74.5 in.)

Getting Quality Service

Service Literature

If you would like to order a copy of the Parts Catalog or Operator Manual for this machine, contact your dealer. Parts catalogs and operator manuals are also available online at GreatDaneMowers.com.

Parts

We recommend Great Dane quality parts available at your Great Dane dealer.

Part numbers may change, use part numbers listed below when you order. If a number changes, your dealer will have the latest number.

When you order parts, your Great Dane dealer needs your machine serial number and engine serial number. These are the numbers that you recorded in the Product Identification section of this manual.

Great Dane Quality Continues with Quality Service

Great Dane provides a process to handle your questions or problems, should they arise, to ensure that product quality continues with your authorized Great Dane dealer’s parts and service support.

Follow the steps below to get answers to any questions you may have about your product.

1.Refer to your attachment and machine operator manuals.

2.Contact your authorized Great Dane dealer with unanswered questions.

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GETTING QUALITY SERVICE

Getting Quality Service - 51

ENGINE AND RELATED COMPONENTS - B&S 23 HP VANGUARD

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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ENGINE AND RELATED COMPONENTS - B&S 23 HP VANGUARD

Ref. No.

Part No.

Description

Qty.

Remarks

 

 

1

D14208

WASHER

1

7/16 SPLIT LOCK

 

 

2

D18145

SHAFT KEY

1

 

 

 

3

D24028

FITTING

2

90 9/16 MOR X 3/8 HOSE

4

GDA10122

ELECTRIC CLUTCH

1

 

 

 

5

GDU10265

PULLEY

1

 

 

 

6

GDU10312

SPACER, ENGINE

1

 

 

 

7

M78480

CABLE TIE, .19 X 10.0

3

 

 

 

8

TCA15389

HOSE, OIL DRAIN

1

 

 

 

9

TCU20799

CUSTOM SCREW,HEX,FL,JDS121

8

M10

 

 

10

TCU20939

TAG, ROPS CAUTION (GREAT DANE)

1

 

 

 

11

03M7017

BOLT

2

RD HD SQ LONG NECK

 

12

12M7032

WASHER, EXT

1

M8.4X15X0.80 ZINC

 

 

13

14M7166

LOCKNUT, DIN985

4

M8X1.25-8-ZN

 

 

14

14M7518

LOCKNUT,FLANGE

10

M10-1.50

 

 

15

19H2531

SCREW, HEX HEAD

1

 

 

 

16

24M7178

WASHER,FLAT

8

IS07093,10-ZN

 

 

17

180908

HEAD, FILTER

1

 

 

 

18

191800

CLAMP

6

17.5MM PINCH

 

 

19

200316

WLDT, BRACKET CLUTCH

1

 

 

 

20

200352

BUMPER, REAR KH & BV

1

 

 

 

21

200376

BRACKET, EXHAUST SUPPORT

1

 

 

 

22

200377

SHIELD, EXHAUST BV

1

 

 

 

23

964019

LOCKNUT, 5/16-18WHIZ Y

2

 

 

 

24

200372

MUFFLER, ACS BSVG

1

 

 

 

25

200381

BULK 3/8" HYDRAULIC HOSE

1

8" Length

 

 

26

200381

BULK 3/8" HYDRAULIC HOSE

1

7" Length

 

 

27

200381

BULK 3/8" HYDRAULIC HOSE

1

18" Length

 

 

28

200382

FTG, 90 1/8MNPT X 3/8HOSE

1

 

 

 

29

200384

FTG, ADP 1/4MNPT X 3/8MJIC

1

 

 

 

30

200385

FTG, 90 3/8FJICSW X 3/8 HOSE

1

 

 

 

31

230687

PLUG, 9/16-18MJIC 37

1

 

 

 

32

960001

BOLT

2

1/4-20X .750 HEX 5

Y

 

33

960022

BOLT

2

5/16-18X .750 HEX 5

Y

 

34

960046

BOLT

2

3/8-16X 1.00 HEX 5

Y

 

35

960600

WASHER

2

.250 MED SPRG LOCK

Y

36

960701

WASHER

2

.313 REG FLAT Y

 

 

37

961288

BOLT

4

M8 X 1.25 X 40 HEX 8.8

Y

38

964016

LOCKNUT

2

3/8-16WHIZ Y

 

 

39

191462

FILTER, AIR

1

SINGLE FILTER BV

 

 

ENGINE AND RELATED COMPONENTS - B&S 23 HP VANGUARD - 53

ENGINE AND RELATED COMPONENTS - B&S 26 HP ELS

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

$

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ENGINE AND RELATED COMPONENTS - B&S 26 HP ELS - 54

ENGINE AND RELATED COMPONENTS - B&S 26 HP ELS

Ref. No.

Part No.

Description

Qty.

Remarks

 

1

967337

BOLT

1

7/16-20X 2.25 HEX 5

Y

2

D14081

LOCKNUT

4

5/16-18NYLOCK

Y

 

3

D18145

KEY

1

.250 X .250 X .995 TPR

 

4

D23047

J BOLT

2

 

 

 

5

964040

LOCKNUT

2

1/4-20WHIZ Y

 

 

6

E53830

P-CLIP

1

.750 INSULATED

 

 

7

E63526

LOCKNUT

4

M10X1.50 WHIZ GR10 Y

8

GDA10122

ELECTRIC CLUTCH

1

 

 

 

9

GDU10170

BRACKET, ELECTRIC MOUNTING

1

 

 

 

10

GDU10204

HOLDER, BATTERY

1

 

 

 

11

964021

LOCKNUT

4

5/16-18CROWN

Y

 

12

963001

BOLT

2

1/4-20X .625 WSH Y

 

13

GDU10265

PULLEY

1

 

 

 

14

967279

LOCKNUT

2

5/16-18CENTER

Y

 

15

960702

WASHER

8

.375 REG FLAT

Y

 

16

K40003

NUT

2

3/8 LOCK

 

 

17

960700

WASHER

2

.250 REG FLAT

Y

 

18

M68342

CLAMP, HOSE (RED) #

1

 

 

 

19

TCA15389

HOSE, OIL DRAIN

1

 

 

 

20

960603

WASHER

1

.438 MED SPRG LOCK Y

21

TCU20799

CUSTOM SCREW

8

HEX,FL,JDS121,M10

 

22

960080

BOLT

1

7/16-14X 1.25 HEX 5

Y

23

03M7184

BOLT

1

M8X1.25X20 CRG 8.8

Y

24

960022

BOLT

2

5/16-18X .750 HEX 5

Y

25

960026

BOLT

4

5/16-18X 1.75 HEX 5

Y

26

135139

BOLT,

2

1/2 X 1.06 X 3/8-16SLD 5 Y

27

14M7396

LOCKNUT

1

FLANGE,ISO7043,M8X1.25

28

14M7397

LOCKNUT

3

FLANGE, ISO7043M6X1-10

29

14M7518

LOCKNUT

8

FLANGE,ISO7044,M10-1.50

30

24H1887

WASHER

4

.344X1.00X.134 FLAT Y

31

230687

PLUG

1

9/16-18MJIC 37

 

 

32

200942

SPACER

1

1.50X1.130X.677LONG Y

33

181158

CLAMP, EXHAUST - 1.500

1

 

 

 

34

181777

ENGINE

1

BRIG 26HP ELS CRTG FLT

35

200939

EXTENSION, TAILPIPE 90

1

 

 

 

36

19M7775

SCREW

3

HEX JDS123,M6X1X16

Z

37

19M7785

SCREW

4

HEX M10X1.5X25

 

 

38

19M7786

SCREW

2

HEX,FL,JDS123,M10X1.5X30

39

19M7865

SCREW

2

HEX,FL,JDS123,M8X1.25X16

40

191838

MUFFLER, B&S ELS HORIZ.

1

 

 

 

41

200323

PLATE, SEAT

1

 

 

 

42

200351

SEAT, CHARIOT W/ROPS (BLACK)

1

 

 

 

43

200352

BUMPER, REAR KH & BV

1

 

 

 

44

200824

BRACKET, CLUTCH STOP

1

 

 

 

45

964024

LOCKNUT

2

3/4-16CROWN

 

 

46

D18076

BRG, FLANGE

2

1.00 X 1.25 X 1.00

 

47

GDA10085

WELDMENT, THRUST ARM

1

LH

 

 

 

GDA10084

WELDMENT, THRUST ARM

1

RH

 

 

48

959995

GREASE ZERK FITTING

1

1/4/2028

 

 

49

19H3280

BOLT

2

 

 

 

ENGINE AND RELATED COMPONENTS - B&S 26 HP ELS - 55

ENGINE AND RELATED COMPONENTS - KAWASAKI KAI/KOHLER

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

'(7$,/$

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

.DZDVDNL .DL (QJLQH

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

$

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

'(7$,/$

.RKOHU (QJLQH

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ENGINE AND RELATED COMPONENTS - Kawasaki Kai/Kohler - 56

ENGINE AND RELATED COMPONENTS - KAWASAKI KAI/KOHLER

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ref. No.

Part No.

Description

Qty.

Remarks

 

 

1

967279

LOCKNUT

2

5/16-18CENTER

Y

 

2

D18056

SPACER

1

.468 X 1.38 X .375 Y

 

3

D14081

LOCKNUT

4

5/16-18NYLOCK

Y

 

4

D18145

KEY

1

.250 X .250 X .995 TPR

 

5

D23047

J BOLT

2

 

 

 

6

D24022

BOLT

1

7/16-20X2.50KOHLER

 

 

D24022

BOLT

1

7/16-20X2.25- KAWASAKI KAI

7

D28118

CABLE, BATTERY POSITIVE

1

 

 

 

8

D28121

MUFFLER

1

ACS - KOHLER

 

 

 

200822

MUFFLER

1

ACS - KAWASAKI KAI

 

9

E53830

P-CLIP

1

.750 INSULATED

 

 

10

E63526

LOCKNUT

4

M10X1.50 WHIZ GR10 Y

11

GDA10109

WIRING HARNESS, KOHLER PIGTAIL

1

 

 

 

 

GDA10055

WIRING HARNESS, KAWASAKI PIGTAIL

1

 

 

 

12

GDU10170

BRACKET, ELECTRIC MOUNTING

1

 

 

 

13

GDU10204

HOLDER, BATTERY

1

 

 

 

14

964040

LOCKNUT

2

1/4-20WHIZ Y

 

 

15

964021

LOCKNUT

4

5/16-18CROWN

Y

 

16

963001

BOLT

2

1/4-20X .625 WSH Y

 

17

J16931

PIN

2

HAR .094X1.53 5/16-1/2Y

18

K40003

NUT

2

3/8 LOCK

 

 

19

960702

WASHER

8

.375 REG FLAT

Y

 

20

M68342

CLAMP, HOSE (RED) #

1

 

 

 

21

960700

WASHER

2

.250 REG FLAT

Y

 

22

N/A

ENGINE, 23 HP KOHLER

1

 

 

 

 

N/A

ENGINE, 19 HP KAWASAKI KAI

1

 

 

 

23

TCA15389

HOSE, OIL DRAIN

1

KOHLER ONLY

 

 

24

TCU14862

LABEL - PARK BRAKE DIRECTION

1

 

 

 

25

TCU20799

CUSTOM SCREW,HEX,FL,JDS121,M10

8

 

 

 

26

960603

WASHER

1

.438 MED SPRG LOCK Y

27

03M7184

BOLT

1

M8X1.25X20 CRG 8.8

Y

28

960078

BOLT

1

7/16-14X .750 HEX 5

Y

29

111910

CABLE TIE

2

.15 X 8.50

 

 

30

135139

BOLT

2

1/2 X 1.06 X 3/8-16SLD 5 Y

31

14M7396

LOCKNUT

1

FL,ISO7043,M8X1.25

 

32

14M7397

LOCKNUT

3

F1.ISO7043M6X1-10

 

33

14M7518

LOCKNUT

8

FL,ISO7044,M10-1.50

 

34

N/A

BATTERY, 12V-U1-CCA400MIN

1

 

 

 

35

19M7775

SCREW

3

HEX JDS123,M6X1X16

Z

36

19M7785

SCREW

4

HEX M10X1.5X25

 

37

19M7786

SCREW

2

HEX,FL,JDS123,M10X1.5X30

38

19M7865

SCREW

2

HEX,FL,JDS123,M8X1.25X16

39

960022

BOLT

2

5/16-18X .750 HEX 5

Y

40

200318

PULLEY

1

V-BELT4.78PD X 1.000 W/KEY

41

200323

PLATE, SEAT

1

 

 

 

42

200351

SEAT, CHARIOT W/ROPS (BLACK)

1

 

 

 

43

200352

BUMPER, REAR KH & BV

1

BRIGGS AND KOHLER UNITS

 

TCU20695

BUMPER, REAR KA

1

KAWASAKI KAI UNTS

 

44

200590

CABLE, BATTERY NEGATIVE

1

KOHLER UNITS

 

 

 

180843

CABLE, BATTERY NEGATIVE

1

KAWASAKI KAI UNTS

 

45

200665

CLUTCH ASSY, OGURA

1

 

 

 

46

200666

PLATE, CLUTCH DOG

1

 

 

 

47

960026

BOLT

4

5/16-18X 1.75 HEX 5

Y

48

24H1887

WASHER

4

.344X1.00X.134 FLAT Y

49

230687

PLUG

1

9/16-18MJIC 37

 

 

50

960001

BOLT

2

1/4-20X .750

 

 

51

964031

LOCKNUT

2

1/4-20CENTER

 

 

52

180640

SOLENOID

1

STARTER KAWASAKI KAI

53

200924

FUSIBLE LINK

1

KAWASAKI KAI

 

 

54

180843

CABLE

1

20" CABLE GROUND - KAI

55

180842

CABLE

1

12" STARTER KAWASAKI KAI

56

GDA10055

HARNESS

1

PIGTAIL - KAWASAKI KAI

ENGINE AND RELATED COMPONENTS - Kawasaki Kai/Kohler - 57

FUEL DELIVERY SYSTEM COMPONENTS

Ref. No.

Part No.

Description

Qty.

Remarks

1

181251

FILLER CAP

1

 

2

M88753

HOSE

1

 

3

R56101

CLIP

2

 

4

GDA10012

FUEL TANK

1

 

5

D18144

BUSHING

1

 

6

GDU10026

FUEL PICKUP

1

(INCLUDES M145626)

7

M63277

LOCK NUT

2

7.925 MM (5/16")

8

E53830

CLAMP

2

 

9

D14081

LOCK NUT

2

7.925 MM (5/16")

10

N10213

LOCK NUT

1

7.925 MM (5/16")

11

D14235

BOLT

2

7.925 MM X 63.5 MM (5/16"X 2-1/2")

12

GDU10028

STRAP

2

 

13

24H1776

WASHER

2

5/16" X 47/64" X .065

FUEL DELIVERY SYSTEM COMPONENTS - 58

OVER THE LAP CONTROL ASSEMBLY

KIT NUMBER GDB10035

Ref. No.

Part No.

Description

Qty.

Remarks

1

TCU14989

TUBE

2

 

2

M131171

GRIP

2

 

3

GDU10047

STRAP

2

 

4

19M8320

SCREW

4

M10 X 45

5

14M7518

FLANGE NUT

4

M10

6

03M7195

BOLT

2

M10 X 45

7

M85516

LOCK NUT

2

M10

8

TCU13271

ARM

2

 

9

GDU10275

COVER

1

 

10

37M7059

SCREW

3

M5 X 12

ELECTRICAL AND RELATED COMPONENTS

ELECTRICAL AND RELATED COMPONENTS - 60

ELECTRICAL AND RELATED COMPONENTS

Ref. No.

Part No.

Description

Qty.

Remarks

1

57M7120

FUSE

1

20 AMP

2

191256

SWITCH

2

NEUTRAL

3

M110159

NUT

1

 

4

TCA15075

SWITCH

1

IGNITION

5

TCU17401

KEY

1

 

6

24M7349

WASHER

2

21 X 37 X 3 MM

7

200373

PIGTAIL HARNESS

1

BRIGGS VANGUARD

8

180640

STARTER SOLENOID

1

BRIGGS VANGUARD

9

180842

STARTER CABLE

1

12"

10

960001

BOLT

2

1/4-20X .750

11

M78480

TIE BAND

3

 

12

AM123716

RELAY

2

 

13

21M7246

SCREW

3

M6 X 16

14

14M7397

LOCK NUT

3

M6

15

AM118802

SWITCH

1

BLADE ENGAGEMENT

16

AM129887

HOUR METER

1

 

17

D14304

BOLT

2

 

18

D14305

LOCK NUT

2

 

19

D38001

SWITCH

1

PARK BRAKE

20

AM103119

SWITCH

1

SEAT - FULL SUSPENSION ONLY

21

960700

WASHER

2

1/4 FLAT

22

GDA10122

CLUTCH

1

WARNER 1.125" HUB Briggs

 

200665

CLUTCH

1

OGURA - Kai & Kohler

23

D14288

SCREW

4

 

24

M63431

LOCK NUT

4

 

25

H122207

FLANGE NUT

2

 

26

AM101006

DIODE

5

1000V -3AMP

27

TCU17832

DIODE

1

400V - 6AMP

28

D38018

WIRING HARNESS

1

FULL SUSPENSION SEAT ONLY

29

D28082

CLAMP

3

 

30

03M7184

BOLT

2

M8 X 20

31

14M7396

LOCK NUT

2

M8

32

GDA10037

WIRING HARNESS

1

MAIN CHASSIS

33

D28118

BATTERY CABLE

1

POSITIVE WITH BOOT

34

180843

BATTERY CABLE

1

NEGATIVE - Briggs

 

200590

BATTERY CABLE

1

NEGATIVE - Kohler/Kai

35

963001

BOLT

2

1/4-20x .625

36

964040

LOCK NUT

2

1/4-20

37

AM124356

WET CHARGED BATTERY

1

 

38

GDU10204

HOLDER

1

 

39

D23047

HOOK BOLT

2

 

**

14M7396

LOCK NUT

1

M8 MAIN STARTER (KAWASAKI)

40

200388

SEAT RELAY HARNESS

1

BRIGGS VANGUARD

41

102770

RELAY

1

ISO MINI

42

963101

SCREW

1

12/24 SELF DRILLING

43

964031

LOCKNUT

2

1/4-20CENTER

44

192071

RELAY

1

MICRO

45

200924

WIRING LEAD

1

KAWASAKI

46

GDA10055

WIRING HARNESS

1

KAWASAKI

47

GDA10109

WIRING HARNESS

1

CARBURETED KOHLER

48

GDA10110

WIRING LEAD

1

GROUND (FUEL PUMP) KOHLER

ELECTRICAL AND RELATED COMPONENTS - 61

CONSOLE AND CONTROL ASSEMBLY

CONSOLE AND CONTROL ASSEMBLY - 62

CONSOLE AND CONTROL ASSEMBLY

Ref. No.

Part No.

Description

Qty.

Remarks

1

GDA10083

CONSOLE

1

 

2

19M7785

SCREW

5

M10 X 25

3

14M7400

LOCK NUT

7

M10

4

D14133

CAP SCREW

2

 

5

N10217

LOCK NUT

2

 

6

GDU10046

BRACKET

1

RH SEAT PLATE

7

GDU10045

BRACKET

1

LH SEAT PLATE

8

19M7867

SCREW

4

M8 X 25

9

14M7396

LOCK NUT

16

M8

10

GDA10097

PIVOT

1

LH CONTROL

11

GDA10098

PIVOT

1

 

12

M44508

BUSHING

4

 

13

200397

THRUST WASHER

4

 

14

GDU10253

ARM

2

 

15

AA34134

BALL BEARING

2

 

16

24M7388

WASHER

6

10 X 16 X 1 MM

17

03M7195

BOLT

2

M10 X 45

18

M85516

LOCK NUT

2

 

19

19H1936

CAP SCREW

2

3/8" X 3/4"

20

GX10707

EXTENSION SPRING

2

 

21

D14236

SCREW

2

 

22

14H778

NUT

4

.190"

23

TCA13253

PIVOT

1

 

24

03M7184

BOLT

2

M8 X 20

25

M78480

TIE BAND

1

 

26

GDA10081

CONTROL LEVER

1

LH

27

GDA10080

CONTROL LEVER

1

RH

28

D18093

GRIP

2

 

29

03M7184

BOLT

8

M8 X 20

30

19H3693

SCREW

2

3/8" X 1 1/4"

31

TCU17400

ROD

2

CONTROL

32

D33002

SWIVEL

2

ADJUSTER

33

24M7106

WASHER

8

10 X 18 X 2.500 MM

34

M88183

LOCKING RING

2

 

35

TCA15322

GAS OPERATED CYLINDER

2

 

36

GDA10136

BRACKET

1

 

37

J16931

PIN

4

 

38

200591

ACCELERATOR

1

 

39

D38146

CABLE

1

CHOKE

40

14H1080

NUT

1

3/8"

41

M63431

LOCK NUT

2

 

42

21H1158

SCREW

2

M8 X 25

43

E53830

CLAMP

2

 

44

P46402

RING

2

RETAINING

CONSOLE AND CONTROL ASSEMBLY - 63

HYDROSTATIC DRIVE SYSTEM COMPONENTS

HYDROSTATIC DRIVE SYSTEM COMPONENTS - 64

HYDROSTATIC DRIVE SYSTEM COMPONENTS

Ref.No.

 

 

Part No.

Description

Qty.

Remarks

1

D24028

FITTING

6

 

2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

BULK HOSE

AR

(21") CASE RETURN, (MAKE FROM TY22503)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

BULK HOSE

AR

(5") CASE RETURN, (MAKE FROM TY22503)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

4

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

BULK HOSE

AR

(11-1/4")CASE RETURN, (MAKE FROM TY22503)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

5

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

BULK HOSE

AR

(11-1/4")CHARGE INLET, (MAKE FROM TY22503)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

6

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

BULK HOSE

AR

(5") CHARGE INLET, (MAKE FROM TY22503)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

7

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

BULK HOSE

AR

(29") CHARGE INLET, (MAKE FROM TY22503)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

8

D18379

CLAMP

12

 

9

D14197

FITTING

4

 

10

M86863

TEE FITTING

2

 

11

D28026

HOSE

2

HIGH PRESSURE (SHORT)

12

GDA10089

HYDRAULIC HOSE

2

HIGH PRESSURE (LONG)

13

D24026

FITTING

4

 

14

MT2119

NUT

2

PATCH LOCK

15

D28227

PUMP

1

HYDROSTATIC (BDP - 10) RH

16

D28228

PUMP

1

HYDROSTATIC (BDP - 10) LH

 

D19000

SEAL KIT

1

 

17

TCA15122

DIPSTICK

1

 

18

TCA15373

HYDRAULIC RESERVOIR

1

 

19

D18207

KEY

2

 

20

GDA10137

OIL FILTER

1

 

21

200882

 

 

 

RH WHEEL MOTOR

1

HYDRO-GEAR

 

200883

 

 

 

LH WHEEL MOTOR

1

HYDRO-GEAR

 

AZ45116

GASKET KIT

1

 

 

M78480

TIE BAND

4

 

HYDROSTATIC DRIVE SYSTEM COMPONENTS - 65

TRACTION DRIVE AND BRAKES

TRACTION DRIVE AND BRAKES - 66

TRACTION DRIVE AND BRAKES

Ref. No.

Part No.

Description

Qty.

Remarks

1

GDA10036

PIVOT

1

 

2

D25059

ARM

1

IDLER

3

D18076

BUSHING

2

 

4

959995

FITTING

1

 

5

D14104

SNAP RING

1

 

6

24H1441

WASHER

1

 

7

GDA10032

IDLER

1

 

8

03M7192

BOLT

3

M10 X 30

9

14M7518

FLANGE NUT

6

M10

10

19H1801

CAP SCREW

1

3/8" X 2"

11

24H1305

WASHER

1

13/32" X 13/16" X .065"

12

D14010

LOCK NUT

1

 

13

19M8162

SCREW

2

M10 X 40

14

14M7152

NUT

2

M10

15

14M7517

LOCK NUT

2

M10

16

D18071

EXTENSION SPRING

1

 

17

D28019

LEVER

1

PARKING BRAKE

18

37M7059

SCREW

4

M5 X 12

19

200326

BRACKET

1

 

20

D25014

RETAINER

1

 

21

D23062

SPACER

2

Includes O-ring

22

D28099

PUSH PULL CABLE

1

RH BRAKE

23

D28100

PUSH PULL CABLE

1

LH BRAKE

24

19H1900

CAP SCREW

8

5/16" X 3/4"

25

24H1136

WASHER

8

11/32" X 11/16" X .065"

26

19M8319

SCREW

3

M8 X 50

27

H137328

LOCK NUT

5

 

28

19M8008

CAP SCREW

2

M8 X 25

29

14M7151

NUT

2

M8

30

960526

NUT

10

1/2-20LUG

31

GDA10000

TIRE AND WHEEL ASSEMBLY

2

23 X 9.5 X 12

32

GDU10096

SUPPORT

1

 

33

03M7199

BOLT

4

M12 X 35

34

H137329

LOCK NUT

4

M12

35

D28227

PUMP

1

RH HYDROSTATIC

36

D28228

PUMP

1

LH HYDROSTATIC

37

03M7192

BOLT

4

M10 X 30

38

TCA15316

PULLEY

2

 

39

D18067

SHAFT KEY

2

 

40

D25146

ARM

1

RH PUMP

41

D25147

ARM

1

LH PUMP

42

D13336

PLATE

2

 

43

19H2975

CAP SCREW

4

1/4" X 1-1/4"

44

34M5722

SPRING PIN

2

5 X 30 MM

45

D28125

V-BELT

1

 

46

22H907

SET SCREW

2

5/16" X 7/8"

47

200882

MOTOR

1

RH

 

200883

MOTOR

1

LH

48

19H1930

CAP SCREW

8

1/2" X 2-1/2"

49

H32811

LOCK NUT

8

 

50

MT2119

NUT

2

PATCH LOCK

51

D18207

KEY

2

 

52

TCA15373

HYDRAULIC RESERVOIR

1

 

53

GDA10022

DIPSTICK

1

 

54

GDA10137

OIL FILTER

1

 

55

200836

BRACKET

1

 

56

19M7785

SCREW

2

M10 X 25

57

D28089

BRAKE SHOE

2

 

58

D28088

BRAKE DRUM

2

 

59

24H1776

WASHER

3

5/16" X 47/64" X 065"

60

GDU10124

FRONT RAIL REINFORCEMENT

1

 

61

19M8832

FLANGE BOLT

2

M14 X 2.0 X 30-10

TRACTION DRIVE AND BRAKES - 67

HYDRAULIC SCHEMATIC

HYDRAULIC SCHEMATIC - 68

HYDRAULIC SCHEMATIC

Ref. No.

Part No.

Description

Qty.

Remarks

1

200351

SEAT

1

STANDARD CHARIOT

 

TCA51308

SEAT BELT

1

 

 

200876

SPRING

1

SEAT SPRING ADJUSTMENT

2

24H1887

WASHER

4

11/32" X 1" X 0.134"

3

TCU17356

PAD

1

CUT TO LENGTH

4

200324

SEAT PLATE (YELLOW)

1

 

5

135139

BOLT

1

1/2 X 1.06 X 3/8-16

6

K40003

LOCK NUT

1

 

7

03M7184

BOLT

1

M8 X 20

8

E83830

CLAMP

3

 

9

14M7396

LOCK NUT

1

M8

10

M63277

LOCK NUT

4

 

11

14M7518

FLANGE NUT

4

M10

12

GDA10136

BRACKET

1

 

13

19M7786

SCREW

4

M10 X 30

14

181572

SEAT BELT

1

RETRACTABLE MALE + FEM.

15

960703

FLAT WASHER

4

 

16

960079

BOLT

2

 

17

964025

LOCK NUT

2

 

HYDRAULIC SCHEMATIC - 69

FRAME ASSEMBLY

FRAME ASSEMBLY - 70

FRAME ASSEMBLY

Ref. No.

Part No.

Description

Qty.

Remarks

1

200886

FRAME

1

 

2

14M7396

LOCK NUT

1

M8

3

E53830

CLAMP

1

 

4

GDU10222

PLATE

1

 

5

03M7199

BOLT

4

M12 X 35

6

H137329

LOCK NUT

8

 

7

03M7197

BOLT

4

M12 X 25

8

JD7844

LUBRICATION FITTING

2

 

9

200329

PLATFORM

2

 

10

135139

LOCK NUT

2

 

11

964022

LOCK NUT

2

 

12

GDU10165

FENDER

1

LH

13

GDU10164

FENDER

1

RH

14

03M7017

BOLT

7

M10 X 25

15

03M7085

BOLT

1

M10 X 30

16

14M7518

FLANGE NUT

21

M10

17

19M7865

SCREW

3

M8 X 16

18

200352

BUMPER

1

KOHLER/BRIGGS ENGINE

 

200845

BUMPER

1

KAWASAKI

19

GDU10285

PLATE

2

 

20

GDU10184

BRACKET

1

 

21

GDU10170

BRACKET

1

 

22

180658

TRACTION TAPE

2

 

* NOTE: See authorized servicing engine dealer for engines and engine related service items. Always reference the engine model number when ordering parts.

NOTES

FRAME ASSEMBLY - 71

FRONT CASTER ASSEMBLY

FRONT CASTER ASSEMBLY

FRONT CASTER ASSEMBLY - 72

FRONT CASTER ASSEMBLY

Ref. No.

Part No.

Description

Qty.

Remarks

1

200334

YOKE

1

CASTER

2

TCU14490

ROUND RETAINER

2

 

3

AA21840

BALL BEARING

2

 

4

TCU13871

SPACER

1

 

5

TCA13769

TIRE AND WHEEL ASSEMBLY

1

13" CASTER

6

19M7978

CAP SCREW

1

 

7

14M7276

NUT

1

M16

8

TCU13454

SPACER

1

 

9

E14625

SEAL

1

 

10

JD8933

BEARING CONE

2

 

11

145553

BEARING CUP

2

 

12

24H1801

WASHER

1

 

13

11M7083

COTTER PIN

1

3.200 X 50 MM

14

A12188

LOCK NUT

1

 

15

M35582

DUST CAP

1

 

16

JD7844

LUBRICATION FITTING

1

 

17

TCU13604

RIM

1

13"

18

TCU15970

TIRE

1

13 X 5.00-5,4 PLY

19

AM30795

TIRE VALVE STEM

1

 

NOTES

FRONT CASTER ASSEMBLY - 73

ROPS

Ref. No.

Part No.

Description

Qty.

Remarks

1

200550

ROPS

1

 

NOTES

ROPS - 74

NOTES

Notes - 75

SPINDLE ASSEMBLY

SPINDLE ASSEMBLY - 76

SPINDLE ASSEMBLY

Ref. No.

Part No.

Description

Qty.

Remarks

1

200262

Spindle Assembly

1

Includes items 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 14

2

200046

Ball Bearing

2

 

3

200042

Housing

1

 

4

200044

Spacer

1

1.000 x 1.250 x 2.772

5

200261

Shaft, Spindle

1

Includes items 7, 10, 14

6

200045

Bolt

3

3/8-16

7

967333

Nut, Pulley (Special)

3

 

8

D18209

Pulley, Cutter Housing, 48" Deck

3

 

 

D18084

Pulley, Cutter Housing, 52" Deck

3

 

 

D18211

Pulley, Cutter Housing, 61" Deck

3

 

9

D13024

Spacer, Pulley

3

 

10

967348

Bolt, Blade

3

5/8-11x 2

11

960502

Nut

18

3/8-16Std Hex GR5

12

D18055

Spacer, Blade Bolt

9

 

13

GDU10230

16.5" Blade, 48" Deck

3

 

 

GDU10231

18.0" Blade, 52" Deck

3

 

 

GDU10232

21.0" Blade, 61" Deck

3

 

14

200047

Zerk, Grease S/O

3

 

NOTES

SPINDLE ASSEMBLY - 77

DECK LIFT ASSEMBLY

DECK LIFT ASSEMBLY - 78

DECK LIFT ASSEMBLY

Ref. No.

Part No.

Description

Qty.

Remarks

1

TCU18697

BEARING CAP

8

 

2

GDA10093

ARM

1

 

3

GDU10242

PLATE

1

 

4

19M7796

SCREW

1

M6 X 30

5

H137327

LOCK NUT

1

 

6

GDA10092

ARM

1

 

7

19M7803

SCREW

8

M8 X 70

8

14M7396

LOCK NUT

8

M8

9

JD7849

LUBRICATION FITTING

4

 

10

GDA10101

LEVER

1

 

11

W10728

BUSHING

1

 

12

R58806

SNAP RING

1

 

13

D18079

GRIP

2

 

14

200866

OUTER HOC PLATE

1

 

15

TCA15049

LEVER

1

 

16

TCU17371

TORSION SPRING

1

 

17

03M7204

BOLT

3

M12 X 60

18

TCU15816

SPACER

2

 

19

200355

HOC PIN

1

 

20

D25107

ROD

1

 

21

D23049

SWIVEL

1

 

22

14H1039

NUT

2

5/8"

23

24H1111

WASHER

3

17/32" X 1-1/16"X .090"

24

11M7015

COTTER PIN

2

3.200 X 25 MM

25

TCU16862

THREADED ROD

1

 

26

14H1058

NUT

5

3/4"

27

GDU10238

SWIVEL

1

 

28

TCU17245

SWIVEL

1

 

29

24H1236

WASHER

1

13/16" X 2" X .149"

30

D28200

COMPRESSION SPRING

1

 

31

TCA13510

LINK CHAIN

4

 

32

GDU10048

U-BOLT

4

 

33

H137329

LOCK NUT

11

 

34

N10215

LOCK NUT

16

 

35

19M8162

SCREW

4

M10 X 40

36

24H1413

WASHER

6

57/64" X 1-3/8"X 0.048"

37

A15147

SPRING LOCKING PIN

1

 

38

200841

HOC SPACER

1

 

NOTES

DECK LIFT ASSEMBLY - 79

48" CUTTING DECK

48" CUTTING DECK - 80

48" CUTTING DECK

Ref. No.

Part No.

Description

Qty.

Remarks

1

GDA10104

MOWER DECK

1

48"

2

D18209

PULLEY

3

CUTTER HOUSING 48"

3

D13024

SPACER

3

 

4

D13055

NUT

3

 

5

200041

SPINDLE

3

 

6

19M7786

BOLT

18

M10 X 1.5 X30 HHFCS

7

960502

Nut

18

3/8-16HEX NUT

8

D18055

SPACER

9

 

9

967347

BOLT

3

5/8-11X 2.25

10

E62934

FLANGE NUT

2

 

11

GDU10230

BLADE

3

48" HIGH LIFT

12

TCU14540

BUSHING

2

 

13

GDU10119

STRAP

1

 

14

TCU16092

V-BELT

1

ENGINE TO BLADES 48"

15

TCU18744

WHEEL

4

GAGE

16

GDU10251

COVER

1

LH 48"

17

GDU10252

COVER

1

RH 48"

18

M119352

KNOB

2

 

19

GDA10084

ARM

1

RH

20

GDA10085

ARM

1

LH

21

D18076

BUSHING

4

 

22

JD7844

LUBRICATION FITTING

3

 

23

19H3280

SCREW

2

1/4" X 1"

24

964024

LOCK NUT

2

 

25

TCA13292

PIN FASTENER

2

 

26

03M7185

BOLT

2

M8 X 25

27

14M7396

LOCK NUT

2

M8

28

GDA10103

PIVOT

2

 

29

03H1729

BOLT

2

1/4" X 1

30

H122207

FLANGE NUT

2

 

31

TCA15346

ARM

1

 

32

D18032

PULLEY

1

 

33

03H1658

BOLT

1

3/8" X 2-1/4"

34

24H1305

WASHER

1

13/32" X 13/16" X .065"

35

K40003

LOCK NUT

4

 

36

03H1836

BOLT

1

3/8" X 3-1/2"

37

AM127235

CHUTE

1

 

38

M132768

TORSION SPRING

1

 

39

H141123

PUSH NUT

1

 

40

03H2040

BOLT

1

 

41

D13005

HOOK BOLT

1

48"

42

D28025

SPRING

1

 

43

D14010

LOCK NUT

1

 

44

N10215

LOCK NUT

1

 

45

TCA14548

PULLEY

1

 

46

GDU10180

SPACER

1

 

47

03H1838

BOLT

1

3/8" X 5"

48

D28050

IDLER

1

 

49

GDU10181

SPACER

1

 

50

03H1853

BOLT

2

 

48" CUTTING DECK - 81

52" & 61" CUTTING DECK

 

 

 

 

 

52" & 61" CUTTING DECK - 82

52" & 61" CUTTING DECK

 

Ref. No.

Part No.

DESCRIPTION

 

Qty.

Remarks

 

 

1

AM127488

CHUTE, ASSY - 61"

 

1

 

 

 

 

TCA16387

CHUTE, ASSY - 52"

 

1

 

 

 

2

D13024

SPACER

 

3

1.500X1.000X.510

 

 

3

D13055

NUT, 7/8-14

 

3

 

 

 

4

D14010

NUT, 3/8-16PTHN

 

1

 

 

 

5

D18032

PULLEY, FLAT 5.0x.38 w/BRG

1

 

 

 

6

D18055

WASHER, BLADE

 

9

 

 

 

7

D18211

SPINDLE PULLEY - 61"

 

3

 

 

 

 

D18084

SPINDLE PULLEY - 52"

 

3

 

 

 

8

D23058

J-BOLT- 61" DECK

 

1

3/8-16X 4.00

 

 

 

D13005

J-BOLT- 52" DECK

 

1

 

 

 

9

D28025

SPRING, DECK IDLER

 

1

 

 

 

10

D28050

PULLEY, FLAT 5.00X.375 W/BRG

1

 

 

 

11

D28181

DECAL, NO STEP

 

2

 

 

 

12

E62934

LOCKNUT 1/2 W/FLANGE

 

4

 

 

 

13

GDA10077

WLDT, 61" MOWER DECK

 

1

 

 

 

 

GDA10088

WLDT, 52" MOWER DECK

 

1

 

 

 

14

GDA10103

PIVOT, RETAINER WELD

 

2

 

 

 

15

GDU10119

STRAP, IDLER PULLEY

 

1

 

 

 

16

GDU10180

SPACER, .437 X 1.00 X 2.25 SMLS

1

 

 

 

17

GDU10181

SPACER, .437X1.00X2.50 SMLS

1

 

 

 

18

GDU10187

COVER, BELT LH & RH 61" DECK

2

 

 

 

 

GDU10249

COVER, BELT LH 52" DECK

 

1

 

 

 

 

GDU10250

COVER, BELT RH 52" DECK

 

1

 

 

 

19

GDU10228

BELT, V

 

1

 

 

 

20

GDU10232

BLADE, 20.940 LO-LIFT61"

 

3

 

 

 

 

GDU10231

BLADE, 18.00 LO-LIFT52"

 

3

 

 

 

21

GDU10262

DECAL, BELT PATH (48,52,61)

1

 

 

 

22

GDU10269

DECAL, 61

 

1

 

 

 

23

H122207

NUT-1/4"FLANGE PREVAILING TOR

2

 

 

 

24

H141123

RETAINER #

 

1

 

 

 

25

K40003

NUT

 

4

3/8 LOCK

 

 

26

M119352

KNOB, LOCKING

 

2

 

 

 

27

M131739

DECAL, DANGER

 

2

 

 

 

28

M137637

DECAL, DANGER

 

1

 

 

 

29

M132768

SPRING,CHUTE GUARD

 

1

 

 

 

30

N10215

LOCKNUT, 3/8-16WHIZ

Y

1

 

 

 

31

TCA13292

PIN, WELDED

 

2

 

 

 

32

TCA14548

PULLEY, FLAT

 

1

5.25X.375 W/BRG

 

 

33

TCA15346

ARM, IDLER *

 

1

 

 

 

34

TCU14540

BRG, FLG M10XM25XM27 FLUTED

2

 

 

 

35

TCU18744

WHEEL, GAGE

 

6

 

 

 

36

TCU51051

DECAL, WARNING

 

1

 

 

 

37

03H1658

BOLT

 

1

3/8-16X2.25CRG 5

 

 

38

03H1836

BOLT

 

1

3/8-16X3.50CRG 5

 

 

39

03H1838

BOLT

 

2

CAR 3/8-16X 5.00

 

 

40

03H1853

BOLT

 

4

1/2-13X4.50CRG 5

 

 

41

03M7185

BOLT,RH,SQNECK

 

2

JDS137,M8X1.25X

 

 

42

14M7396

LOCKNUT

 

2

FLANGE ISO7043,M8X1.25

 

 

43

200041

ASSY, SPINDLE HOUSING

 

3

 

 

 

44

24H1305

WASHER

 

1

.406X.812X.065

 

 

45

959995

FTG, STRGT GREASE ZERK

 

1

1/4/2028

 

 

46

960502

NUT

 

18

3/8-16STD HEX GR5

 

 

47

963095

BOLT

 

2

1/4-20X .750 CRG 5

 

 

48

967347

BOLT

 

3

5/8-11X 2.25 HEX 8

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

52" & 61" CUTTING DECK - 83

LABELS

LABELS - 84

LABELS

Ref. No.

Part No.

Description

Qty.

Remarks

1

181023

DECAL

1

HYDRO OIL SPECS.

2

D28167

DECAL

1

THROTTLE CONSOLE

3

D28181

DECAL

1

NO STEP

4

GDU10254

DECAL

1

CHARIOT

5

TCU15907

LABEL

1

WARNING SLOPE

6

GDU10256

LABEL

2

PUPPY PAW

7

GDU10257

LABEL

1

GREAT DANE BLACK

8

GDU10258

LABEL

1

GREAT DANE WHITE

9

GDU10259

LABEL

1

MOTION CONTROL OTL KIT

10

GDU10260

LABEL

1

MOTION CONTROL

 

 

 

 

CONSOLE

11

GDU10262

LABEL

1

BELT PATH 48", 52", 61"

12

GDU10269

LABEL

1

DECK

 

13

TCU20575

LABEL

4

ROPS CERTIFICTATION

14

TCU51051

LABEL

1

DANGER, ROTATING BELTS

15

M17554

LABEL

2

WARNING - HOT SURFACES

16

M127610

LABEL

1

IGNITION

17

M131739

LABEL

2

DANGER BLADE CONTACT

18

M131748

LABEL

1

DANGER THROWN OBJECTS

19

M137637

LABEL

1

DISCHARGE

20

TCU51051

LABEL

1

DANGER, ROTATING

 

 

 

 

BLADES

21

TCU14840

LABEL

1

GENERAL CAUTION

22

TCU14862

LABEL

1

PARK BRAKE DIRECTION

23

TCU13514

LABEL

4

ROPS WARNING - ENGLISH

24

TCU13515

LABEL

4

ROPS WARNING - SPANISH

25

TCU20576

LABEL

4

ROPS CERTIFICATION -

 

 

 

 

SPANISH

26

TCU14885

LABEL

1

DANGER, EXPLOSIVE

 

 

 

 

GASES/POISON

27

200266

LABEL

1

CUT HEIGHT

28

GDU10268

LABEL

1

 

29

GDU10267

LABEL

1

 

LABELS - 85