DEUTSCHER TH910 Series II Ride-on mower Owner’s Manual Part No. T961 Edition: 1 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS: Know your controls. Read the operator manual carefully. Learn how to stop the engine quickly in any emergency. Do not allow children or people unfamiliar with these instructions to use the mower. Do not carry passengers. Make sure the area to be cut is clear of sticks, stones, bones, wire and debris. The blades could throw them. Do not mow whilst people, especially children or pets are in the area. Never mow across a slope unless the mower is designed for this purpose. Exercise extreme caution when on slopes. Reduce speed on slopes and in sharp turns to prevent overturning or loss of control. Do not start suddenly when going uphill or down hill. Stay alert for holes in the terrain and other hidden hazards. Use care when pulling heavy loads or use heavy equipment. a. Use only approved drawbar hitch point. b. Limit loads to those you can safely control. c. Do not turn sharply. d. Use care when backing up. Watch out for traffic when crossing or operating near roadways. Stop blades rotating before crossing surfaces other than grass. When blades are engaged never direct discharge of materials towards by bystanders or allow anyone near the machine while it is in operation. Before leaving the operator's position: a. Disengage cutter clutch. b. Ensure the parking brake is engaged. c. Stop the engine and remove the ignition key. Stop the engine and disengage the cutter clutch: a. Before refuelling. b. Before clearing blockages. c. After hitting a foreign object (inspect the mower for damage and make repairs before restarting and operating the equipment). d. Before checking, cleaning or working on the mower. e. if the machine starts to vibrate abnormally (check immediately). The mower operator should be in good physical and mental condition and not under the influence of any drug or alcohol, which might impair vision, co-ordination or judgement. Never mow while barefoot or wearing open sandals or thongs, wear long trousers and heavy shoes. It is advisable to wear suitable eye protection when operating the mower. Mow only in good daylight. Before using the mower always visually inspect to see that the blades, bolts and cutter assembly are not worn or damaged. Replace worn or damaged blades in sets to preserve balance. Check all nuts, and bolts often, always be sure the mower is in a safe working condition. Keep safety devices (guards and switches) in place and in working order. Never use the mower unless all guards provided by the manufacturer are in position. Ensure any spare parts used comply with the original manufacturer's recommendations and specifications. Replace worn and faulty silencers. Keep engine free of grass, leaves or excessive grease. These can be a fire hazard. Refuel outdoors only. Do not smoke while refuelling engine. Never remove the cap of the fuel tank or add fuel while the engine is running or the engine hot. Remove the fuel cap slowly to relieve any tank pressure. If petrol is spilled, do not attempt to start the engine but move machine away from the area of the spill and avoid creating any source of ignition until petrol vapours have dissipated. Check for fuel leaks while refuelling or using the mower. If a fuel leak is found, do not start or run the engine until the fuel leak is fixed and spilled fuel wiped away. Do not operate the mower in a confined space where exhaust fumes (carbon monoxide) can collect. Always mount the mower on the opposite side to the discharge chute. Start the engine carefully with the cutting clutch disengaged. Store the mower in a well ventilated area away from naked flames. Stop the engine when ever you leave the mower, even for a moment. Do not lend or sell the mower without the Owner's Manual. 2 SPECIFICATIONS: ENGINE: Fitted with either: Briggs & Stratton model 28N707 Diamond Plus series, 15.5 hp. Honda model GXV390K1, 13 hp. TRANSMISSION: Hydro-Gear hydrostatic transaxle model 310-0800 IHT commercial qualified. Speed range, variable 0 to 10 kph. CUTTING HEAD: Fabricated 2.5mm steel cutting deck with twin blade plates and blades, Cutting width 910mm Height of cut: 30mm to 90mm with 8 variations. TYRES: Front 13-500-6 Rear 18-850-8 140 kpa pressure 70 kpa pressure CONTROLS: Throttle – mounted on left hand side of control panel marked with SLOW, FAST and CHOKE positions. Key Ignition – mounted on right hand side of control panel, marked with ON, OFF and START positions. Transmission Lever – mounted on the left hand side of the control panel with ON, OFF positions. Parking Brake – mounted on the left hand side of the mower near the seat. Cutter Drive Engagement Lever – located centre of mower in front of seat Height control lever – mounted on the right hand side of cutter deck, 8 positions. Drive Pedal – located on the right hand side of the control panel, variable speed in both forward and reverse direction and returns to neutral position when your foot is not on the pedal. GENERAL: Length: 1820mm, width: 990mm, height: 1080mm, weight: 230kg. PRE-START CHECK: Your Deutscher Ride-on Mower comes to you tested and ready to operate with engine and transaxle filled with oil. 1: Read all safety instructions and know how to stop engine quickly in any emergency. 2: Know your controls – where they are and there function. 3: Use fresh clean unleaded petrol. Do not mix oil with petrol. 4: Adjust the seat to best suit the operator. SAFETY INTERLOCK SYSTEM: The safety interlock system has been designed for the operator’s safety and should never be tampered with. 3 OPERATION: STARTING THE ENGINE: 1: 2: 3: 4: 5: 6: Operator must be seated, as to activate safety switch. Move transmission lever to OFF position. Move cutter engagement lever to the DISENGAGED position. For cold start move throttle lever to CHOKE position, (warm start to FAST position). Turn key to start. When engine starts, move throttle lever to desired engine speed. TO DRIVE MOWER: 1: 2: 3: 1: 2: 3: Move transmission lever to ON position. Release parking brake. Place foot on drive pedal and apply pressure with ball of foot to go forward or heel of foot on the back part of pedal for reverse. The following tips will assist control of the mower and reduce the risk of damage or accidents: Always operate the pedal smoothly when moving off and when coming to a stop. Always keep your foot on the pedal when stopping. Lifting your foot will cause the machine to stop suddenly and throw you forward or backwards (depending on the direction you are travelling). Always pause in neutral when changing from forward to reverse or reverse to forward. CUTTER ENGAGEMENT: 1: 2: Move throttle lever to approximately two thirds engine speed. Slowly move cutter drive lever forward to engage cutter clutch. IMPORTNANT: When engaging or releasing cutter drive lever, always operate slowly. Do not use fast or jerking motion as this will overload the engine causing it to stall. MAINTENANCE: ENGINE: 1: 2: 3: 4: Refer engine manual. To change oil, start and run engine until operating temperature to warm oil. Fit a drain tube to engine drain fitting. Open the drain fitting two turns only and allow oil to drain completely. Re-tighten the drain fitting and refill engine with oil to correct level as per engine manual. TRANSAXLE: The transaxle fitted to the mower normally will not require servicing during the life of the mower. Should the transaxle require attention, it should only be carried out by technically qualified person. It is important that you keep the unit clean from grass clippings, oil, and dirt etc. Avoid high pressure cleaning. If cooling fan is broken or damaged, it should be replaced immediately. BLADES: It is important that you visually inspect the blades, blade bolts and nuts to ensure that they are in a safe operating condition. Replace all components in sets to retain balance of blade plate. OFF SET NUT TO CHANGE BLADES: CURVED WASHER ROTATION 1: 2: 3: 4: 5: Ensure ignition switch is in the OFF position. Un-screw off set nut and remove curved washer. Blade and bolt are removed from underneath blade plate. Inspect parts for wear or damage and replace. Replace by reversing the above procedure, make sure the blade is fitted underneath the blade plate. Screw on off set nut until nut is level with the top of the bolt, and ensure that the offset of the nut is facing out. 4 Fig.1 BLADE BLADE PLATE BOLT BELT ADJUSTMENTS: CENTRE SPINDLE BELT: Fig.2 1: 2: Place height lever in mid position. Loosen nut “A” and tighten nut “B” (Fig.2) 20mm TRANSAXLE BELT: 1: 2: 3: 4: Loosen the four engine mount bolts. Slide engine forward along slots. Re-tighten the engine mount bolts. Adjust centre spindle belt as above. WARNING! DO NOT OVER TIGHTEN BELTS. CUTTER SPINDLE BELTS: (Fig.3) 1: 2: 3: CD Fig.2 Loosen nut “C”. Push jockey pulley ”D” against belt until tight. Tighten nut “C”. Fig.3 E C D A B E D C REPLACING BELTS: CENTRE SPINDLE BELT: Fig.2 1: Uncouple seat switch wire (Bullet connector at rear of seat). 2: Remove seat panel. 3: Set cutting deck in mid cutting height position. 4: Remove belt guide at rear of pulley. 5: Loosen Nut "B" so that main belt is loose. 6: Loosen all engine mounting bolts. 7: Push engine to rear of mower and remove transmission belt. 8: Remove belt from pulleys and replace. 9: Fit transmission belt. 10: Loosen nut "A" till main drive belt is tensioned and tighten nut "B". 11: Tighten engine bolts and replace belt guide. TRANSMISSION BELT: Fig.2 1: Uncouple seat switch wire (bullet connector at rear of seat) 2: Remove seat panel 3: Remove fan cover from rear of engine 4: Loosen nut "B" so that main belt is lose 5: Loosen all engine mounting bolts and pushing engine back on slots 6: Remove belt off engine pulley first then transmission pulley. 7: Fit new belt over transmission pulley then onto engine pulley. 8: Loosen nut "A" till centre belt is tensioned (it will also tension transmission belt) and tighten nut "B". 9: Tighten all engine mounting bolts and refit panels. 5 CUTTER SPINDLE BELTS: Fig.3 1: Uncouple seat switch wire (bullet connector at rear of seat) 2: Remove seat panel 3: Remove belt guide from rear of pulley 4: Loosen nut "B" and remove main drive belt 5: Remove covers over cutter spindles 6: Position clutch laver in engaged position 7: Remove four "R" clips 8: Remove clutch bars 9: Loosen nuts on brake and turn plate sideway ⅛ turn to allow clearance for belts to slip through. (Do not loosen ⅝ nuts) 10: Replace belts and reassemble. CLUTCH ADJUSTMENT: Fig.3 1: 2: 3: Loosen nut ”E”. Tighten nut underneath square block (1/2 turn should be sufficient). DO NOT OVER ADJUST, clutch should have .75mm gap between clutch lining and pulley surface when in brake position. Ensure nut “E” tight when adjusted. Fig.5 Fig.4 OIL GREASE LUBRICATION CHART: GREASE Engine As per engine manual Grease king pins 20 hours Grease front axle pivot, fig.4 20 hours Grease vertical gear steering gear shaft, fig.4 20 hours Grease cutter spindles & clutch spindle, fig.5 20 hours Oil steering wheel shaft (top & bottom), fig. 4 20 hours (oil) Grease steering gears, fig.4 20 hours (smear with grease) Oil all moving parts 20 hours 6 REPLACING BEARINGS IN CUTTER SPINDLES: 1: 2: 3: 4: 5: 6: 7: 8: 9: 10: 11: Remove pulley guard. Remove lock nuts from on top of pulleys Remove pulley and washer Spindle and flange will push out under cutter deck. Remove bearings and spacer sleeve and clean all parts. Press bottom bearing into housing Fit spindle and flange to bottom bearing in housing. Insert spacer sleeve Wipe clean top bearing and area which locates bearing with an oil solvent. Apply "Loctite" to top bearing and housing and press firmly into housing. Fit top spacer washer and pulley and tighten assembly together with lock nuts. Do not grease until "Loctite" is cured. (12 Hours) REPLACING BEARINGS FOR CENTRE SPINDLE BEARINGS: 1: 2: 3: 4: 5: 6: 7: 8: 9: 10: 11: 12: 13: 14: 15: 16: 17: 18: Remove seat panel and cutting deck from mower, Undo top nut on top of spindle and remove stepped bushes and top pulley, Remove clutch bars by removing R-clips, Undo nuts on brake plate and turn 90 degrees and push down clutch assembly down to expose clutch gear, Remove clutch gear and key in shaft and remove brake assembly, Remove dust cap from bottom of housing and undo nut on spindle, Remove spindle from housing and press out bearing outer rings, Clean all parts in replace any defective parts, Press bearing outer rings into each end of spindle housing. Fit bearing, seal washer, double pulley, and 2 nuts to spindle and tighten, Place spindle into housing, Place bottom bearing over spindle and screw on special nut using ”Loctite”. Adjust bearing, and lock by forcing nut rim into keyway with centre punch, Press dust cap on to base of spindle housing securing with "Loctite", and grease bearings. Fit brake assembly over spindle, then fit key, clutch gear and clutch bars, Move brake into brake position, Place stepped bushes each side of pulley, fit pulley to spindle and tighten nut, Fit cutter belt and guide. REMOVE CUTTER DECK: Fig.2 1: 2: 3: 4: 5: 6: 7: 8: 9: 10: Turn ignition key off and remove. Place transmission lever In “OFF” position. Uncouple seat switch (blade connector at rear of seat) and remove seat panel. Raise cutter deck to highest position. Uncouple the two wires from safety switch. Remove rod “C”. Remove rod “D” Remove rear locating nut “E” and washer. Remove belt from pulley. Lift chassis clear of deck and wheel mower backwards. NOTE: Blades can be changed with out removing cutting deck. R.H. blades are accessible through the side chute. L.H. blades can be replaced by elevating the front of the mower 300mm. 7 WHEN ORDERING PARTS SPECIFY THE MODEL AND SERIAL NUMBER ON THE NAME PLATE OF THE MOWER AND THE PART NUMBER IN THIS MANUAL PART No DESCRIPTION T914 T920 T201 T202 Decal set Paint, 150g pressure can, Hawthorn Green Oil drain valve, B&S Oil drain valve, Honda THE MANUFACTURERS RESERVE THE RIGHT TO ALTER, CHANGE OR VARY THE SPECIFICATIONS OF THE MACHINE OR ANY OF THE COMPONENT PARTS AT ANY TIME WITH OUT NOTICE 8 5 2 1 1 2 3 14 12 32 7 8 1 10 11 9 8 30 18 15 19 16 20 21 22 18 23 4 28 17 2 29 31 25 27 24 26 ILLUS. PART No DESCRIPTION ILLUS. PART No DESCRIPTION 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 T720 T567 T721 T722 T723 T724 T581 T725 T726 H08 H07 R282 R281 R280 T727 T728 T200 Chassis Ball joint, 3/8” Pivot arm Speed rod & ball ends Battery strap Bolt, battery strap x 2 Pedal Bush x 2 Washer Pin x 2 Roller, nylon x 2 Tank strap x 2 Cap, fuel tank Fuel tank, 6lt Tank bracket Fan cover Engine pulley 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 T510 HD124 T527 T435 T508 T729 T511 T730 Y03 T731 R87 T732 T733 T734 T735 Nut, adjustment 5/8”w x 2 Spring washer Washer Swivel link Pivot bush A-frame Flanged bush x 2 Spring x 2 Spring Pivot assembly Spring Pivot bolt & nut Lever, park brake Rod, park brake Roll pin 9 1 11 22 8 44 3 15 5 6 5 15 6 9 10 14 15 16 13 14 15 7 25 26 27 12 15 17 21 18 17 19 28 20 15 2 23 26 22 14 24 ILLUS. PART No DESCRIPTION ILLUS. PART No DESCRIPTION 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 T550 T552 T554 T551 T557 T574 T558 T560 T561 T553 T513 R100 T528 R92 R91 T566 Steering wheel Top bearing Roll pin Steering column & gear T-knob x 2 Lever assembly x 2 Cable, universal x 2 Panel Hinge pin x 2 Bottom bearing Steering spindle & gear Cap x 2 Drag link & set screw Collar x 3 Bush x 8 Axle beam 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 --26 27 28 R93 MR90 MR95 T568 T567 T524 R87 T570 T562 T563 T564 T588 RD174 H514 Thrust washer x 2 King pin & stub axle L.H. King pin & stub axle R.H. Front tie rod & ends Ball ends 3/8”unf x 2 Grease nipple 45o Spring x 2 Rear tie rod assembly Wheel assembly Tyre 13-500-6 Tube 13-500-6 Bearing, 6203 x 2 Nut 5/8”unf x 2 Spacer, bearing 10 13 11 12 4 9 10 2 3 1 7 8 5 6 ILLUS. PART No DESCRIPTION ILLUS. PART No DESCRIPTION 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 T150 T161 70110 70109 Y03 T164 T154 T558 T152 T153 Hydro-gear IHT310-0800 Hose, breather Fitting, hose # Cap, vent assembly # Spring Neutral bracket assembly Key 3/16” Cable, universal Hub & set screw Cirlip x 2 11 12 13 ------ T108 T155 T112 T113 T114 T115 T136 T137 Wheel nut x 8 V-belt, A32 Wheel assy. turf Rim Tyre, turf, 18-850-8 Tube, 18-850-8 Wheel assy. Knobby Tyre, Knobby, 18-950-8 NOTE: Parts marked # are to be sourced from an Authorised Briggs & Stratton Dealer 11 1 2 3 5 4 8 9 11 7 6 10 ILLUS. PART No DESCRIPTION ILLUS. PART No DESCRIPTION 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 T530 T541 T534 T533 T711 T712 D134 T713 Seat Back rest, optional Hinge bracket R.H. Hinge bracket L..H. Seat base Seat panel Spring Strap, earth 8 9 10 11 DD111 T535 T536 T714 Washer Spring Spring cap Bush x 2 12 4 9 10 8 2 4 3 1 5 11 12 6 7 ILLUS. PART No DESCRIPTION ILLUS. PART No DESCRIPTION 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 T433 T442 T741 T633 T440 T439 D50 Pin 5/8” Link bracket Washer R-clip Crank arm Rod, connecting Spring 8 9 10 11 12 T434 T435 T441 T742 T431 Link pin Swivel link Collar 5/8” Sub frame & deflector Deflector 13 17 3 18 1 4 6 2 16 5 7 8 11 13 12 9 10 14 15 14 ILLUS. PART No DESCRIPTION ILLUS. PART No DESCRIPTION 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 T700 T401 Y13 T701 T402 T403 T415 T702 T411 T703 T704 Cutter deck Side chute Knob Lever, raise & lower Pulley guard L..H. Pulley Guard R.H. Height rack Spring Rear mount assembly Cross bar Pivot bush, threaded 12 13 --14 15 16 17 18 T705 Y555 Y557 Y556 T588 Y558 T640 T641 T618 Pivot bolt Wheel assembly Tyre Rim assembly Bearing 6202 x 2 Bolt & washer Bracket L.H. pulley, high Bracket R.H. pulley, low Pulley x 2 14 1 7 2 8 3 4 14 5 13 15 6 4 9 10 12 11 ILLUS. PART No DESCRIPTION ILLUS. PART No DESCRIPTION 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 G30 T454 T452 R28 T451 T453 R13 T450 R32 Lock nut x 2 Pulley x 2 Washer x 2 Bearing, 6205 x 4 Sleave x 2 Housing x 2 Grease nipple x 2 Spindle & flange x 2 Blade plate x 2 10 11 12 13 14 15 G36 D02 R01 D04 D03 T432 Bolt & spring washer x 6 Bolt, blade x 4 Blade x 4 Washer, blade x 4 Nut, blade x 4 V-belt, B32 Dayco super 2 x 2 15 20 1 21 22 5 6 23 22 7 2 24 25 8 9 26 10 12 1 1 3 12 12 1 4 28 27 29 30 16 14 17 9 31 11a 15 16 18 19 15 ILLUS. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 11a 12 13 14 15 16 17 PART No Y13 T654 T623 T624 T610 G30 T600 T636 G33 T655 T638 T639 T628 T627 T626 T633 T630 T656 DESCRIPTION Knob Lever, engagement Eye bolt adjuster Pivot Bolt Clutch drive gear Lock nut x 2 Double pulley Seal washer Bearing x 2 Woodruff key Spindle & bottom lock nut Lock nut Stud, adjustment x 2 Side strap R.H. Side strap L.H. R-clip x 4 Spring x 2 Main housing ILLUS. 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 ---16 PART No T622 T629 T608 T604 T602 T603 T651 T652 RD105 T653 T612 T614 T613 T634 T657 T309 Y41 R13 DESCRIPTION Cap, bottom housing Pin Nut Circlip, 52mm int Stepped bush x 2 Bearing,6205 Clutch pulley & lining Clutch plate Circlip 30mm ext Brake plate & lining Circlip, 62mm int Bearing 6206 Bearing holder Belt guide Complete assembly Safety switch V-belt, engine-spindle B59 Grease nipple 1 2 3 4 5 6 9 7 8 ILLUS. PART No DESCRIPTION ILLUS. PART No DESCRIPTION 1 2 3 4 5 6 T303 T304 R323 R313 T302 T316 Starter cable 560mm (B&S) Battery cable 460mm Battery cable 330mm (Honda) Battery Cable 230mm (B&S) Solenoid (B&S) Key switch 7 8 -9 T309 T305 T306 T311 Safety switch Wire loom (B&S) Wire loom (Honda) Connecter, insulator 17 For use on DEUTSCHER TH910 Series II Ride-on mower with Honda GXV90K1 DAEU engines. WARNING: Incorrect wiring may result in damage to the engines electrical system. Only qualified and or competent electrical technicians should attempt any repairs or alterations. 16 13 11 1 14 12 14 13 14 9 ILLUS. PART No DESCRIPTION ILLUS. DESCRIPTION 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 T309 T316 T309 T311 T306 T315 T304 R323 Safety switch, trans. Key switch Safety switch, cutters Insulator, seat Wiring loom Battery 12 volt, 606 Cable, 460mm Cable, 330mm 9 10 11 12 13 14 Starter motor Stop switch Engine Earth, engine mount Regulator / rectifier Earth, reg/rectifier 18 For use on DEUTSCHER TH910 Series II Ride-on mower with Briggs & Stratton engine 28N707 series. WARNING: Incorrect wiring may result in damage to the engines electrical system. Only qualified and or competent electrical technicians should attempt any repairs or alterations. 16 13 11 1 14 ILLUS. PART No DESCRIPTION ILLUS. DESCRIPTION 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 T309 T316 T309 T311 T305 T315 T304 R313 T303 T302 Safety switch, trans. Key switch Safety switch, cutters Insulator, seat Wiring loom Battery 12 volt, 606 Cable, 460mm Cable, 230mm Cable, 560mm Solenoid 11 12 13 14 15 16 Starter motor Carby. solenoid Stop switch Engine Charge wire Engine mount, earth 19 WARRANTY POLICY: MOWER H. F. DEUTSCHER PTY. LTD. Will warrant the repair or replacement, free of charge, any parts of the mower that are defective in materials or workmanship or both for a period of: 12 MONTHS FROM DATE OF PURCHASE. • This does not cover normal wear abuse or incorrect service procedures as set out in the owner’s manual. Parts such as blades, blade bolts, tyres and v-belts, which can be subjected, to use beyond their normal intended working capacity are also excluded. • This warranty is void if parts other than genuine have been used or if repairs or modifications have been made without the manufacturer’s written authority. • This warranty does not obligate the manufacturer’s agent or dealers to cover transport costs incurred in the repair or replacement of any defective part. The engine and transaxle on this mower are covered by separate manufacturer’s warranty For your nearest Briggs & Stratton and Hydro-Gear dealer, Phone: 03 9796 4900 For your nearest Honda Power Equipment dealer, Phone: 03 9270 1111 All claims to be referred to ROVER MOWERS LIMITED as warranty agents for the manufacturer. NATIONAL CUSTOMER SERVICE ROVER MOWERS LIMITED 155 FISON AVENUE WEST EAGLE FARM, QLD. 4009 Phone: 07 3213 0233 Fax: 1800 806 659 www.rovermowers.com.au FOR YOUR RECORD: Model of Mower:………………………TH910……………………………………………………… Serial Number:…………………………………………………………………………………………. Date of Purchase……………………………………………………………………………………… Mower Purchased From ……………………………………………………………………………… …………………………………………………………………………………………………………… Remember: Proof of purchase is the responsibility of the owner and is necessary prior to warranty work being under taken. An authorised dealer using genuine spare parts must carry out repairs or your warranty will be void. Manufactured in Australia by: H.F. DEUTSCHER PTY LTD 711 Creswick Road, Ballarat 3350 Part No. T961 Edition: 2 24/09/06 TH910 Series II Production start: 1640 January 2002 Serial number:1640 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 MODEL TRANSAXLE SPEEDS FLUID QTY SELF-PROPELLED Z22 DEUTSCHER 1F 85W/140 .600ml Y22 DEUTSCHER 2F 85W/140 .750ml Y560 DEUTSCHER 2F 85W/140 .750ml H26 DEUTSCHER 2F-1R 85W/140 .750ml R280 DEUTSCHER 1F-1R 85W/140 .750ml R360 DEUTSCHER 1F-1R 85W/140 .750ml RIDER-MOWERS TE910 EATON Variable AWH68 1.8lt TH910 HYDROGEAR Variable 20W/50 2.4lt NOTE # 24/09/06 Quantity measurements are approximate and should be checked by using the level indicators provided on the individual transaxles.