01960_husqvarna 02153 YTH1842XP Owner's Manual SAFETY RULES Safe Operation Practices for Ride-On Mowers IMPORTANT: THIS CUTTING MACHINE IS CAPABLE OF AMPUTATING HANDS AND FEET AND THROWING OBJECTS. FAILURE TO OBSERVE THE FOLLOWING SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS COULD RESULT IN SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH. • WARNING: In order to prevent accidental starting when setting up, transporting, adjusting or making repairs, always disconnect spark plug wire and place wire where it cannot contact spark plug. • • • WARNING: Do not coast down a hill in neutral, you may lose control of the tractor. • • WARNING: Tow only the attachments that are recommended by and comply with specifications of the manufacturer of your tractor. Use common sense when towing. Operate only at the lowest possible speed when on a slope. Too heavy of a load, while on a slope, is dangerous. Tires can lose traction with the ground and cause you to lose control of your tractor. • • • I. GENERAL OPERATION • • • • • • • • • • • Read, understand, and follow all instructions on the machine and in the manual before starting. Do not put hands or feet near rotating parts or under the machine. Keep clear of the discharge opening at all times. Only allow responsible adults, who are familiar with the instructions, to operate the machine. Clear the area of objects such as rocks, toys, wire, etc., which could be picked up and thrown by the blades. Be sure the area is clear of bystanders before operating. Stop machine if anyone enters the area. Never carry passengers. Do not mow in reverse unless absolutely necessary. Always look down and behind before and while backing. Never direct discharged material toward anyone. Avoid discharging material against a wall or obstruction. Material may ricochet back toward the operator. Stop the blades when crossing gravel surfaces. Do not operate machine without the entire grass catcher, discharge guard, or other safety devices in place and working. Slow down before turning. Never leave a running machine unattended. Always turn off blades, set parking brake, stop engine, and remove keys before dismounting. Disengage blades when not mowing. Shut off engine and wait for all parts to come to a complete stop before cleaning the machine, removing the grass catcher, or unclogging the discharge guard. Operate machine only in daylight or good artificial light. Do not operate the machine while under the influence of alcohol or drugs. Watch for traffic when operating near or crossing roadways. Use extra care when loading or unloading the machine into a trailer or truck. Always wear eye protection when operating machine. Data indicates that operators, age 60 years and above, are involved in a large percentage of riding mower-related injuries. These operators should evaluate their ability to operate the riding mower safely enough to protect themselves and others from serious injury. Follow the manufacturer's recommendation for wheel weights or counterweights. Keep machine free of grass , leaves or other debris build-up which can touch hot exhaust / engine parts and burn. Do not allow the mower deck to plow leaves or other debris which can cause build-up to occur. Clean any oil or fuel spillage before operating or storing the machine. Allow machine to cool before storage. II. SLOPE OPERATION Slopes are a major factor related to loss of control and tip-over accidents, which can result in severe injury or death. Operation on all slopes requires extra caution. If you cannot back up the slope or if you feel uneasy on it, do not mow it. • Mow up and down slopes, not across. • 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 that you will not have to stop or shift while on the slope. • Do not mow on wet grass. Tires may lose traction. Always keep the machine in gear when going down slopes. Do not shift to neutral and coast downhill. • 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 the 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 grass catchers or other attachments; they can affect the stability of the machine. Do no use on steep slopes. • Do not try to stabilize the machine by putting your foot on the ground. • Do not mow near drop-offs, ditches, or embankments. The machine could suddenly roll over if a wheel is over the edge or if the edge caves in. 2 SAFETY RULES Safe Operation Practices for Ride-On Mowers III. CHILDREN GENERAL SERVICE • Never operate machine in a closed are. • Keep all nuts and bolts tight to be sure the equipment is in safe working condition. • Never tamper with safety devices. Check their proper operation regularly. • Keep machine free of grass, leaves, or other debris build-up. Clean oil or fuel spillage and remove any fuelsoaked debris. Allow machine to cool before storing. • If you strike a foreign object, stop and inspect the machine. Repair, if necessary, before restarting. • Never make any adjustments or repairs with the engine running. • Check grass catcher components and the discharge guard frequently and replace with manufacturer's recommended parts, when necessary. • Mower blades are sharp. Wrap the blade or wear gloves, and use extra caution when servicing them. • Check brake operation frequently. Adjust and service as required. • Maintain or replace safety and instruction labels, as necessary. Tragic accidents can occur if the operator is not alert to the presence of children. Children are often attracted to the machine and the mowing activity. Never assume that children will remain where you last saw them. • Keep children out of the mowing area and in the watchful care of a responsible adult other than the operator. • Be alert and turn machine off if a child enters the area. • Before and while backing, look behind and down for small children. • Never carry children, even with the blades shut off. They may fall off and be seriously injured or interfere with safe machine operation. 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. • Never allow children to operate the machine. • Use extra care when approaching blind corners, shrubs, trees, or other objects that may block your view of a child. IV. TOWING • • • • • Tow only with a machine that has a hitch designed for towing. Do not attach towed equipment except at the hitch point. Follow the manufacturer's recommendation for weight limits for towed equipment and towing on slopes. Never allow children or others in or on towed equipment. On slopes, the weight of the towed equipment may cause loss of traction and loss of control. Travel slowly and allow extra distance to stop. • • • V. SERVICE SAFE HANDLING OF GASOLINE To avoid personal injury or property damage, use extreme care in handling gasoline. Gasoline is extremely flammable and the vapors are explosive. • Extinguish all cigarettes, cigars, pipes, and other sources of ignition. • Use only approved gasoline container. • Never remove gas cap or add fuel with the engine running. Allow engine to cool before refueling. • Never fuel the machine indoors. • 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 appliances. • Never fill containers inside a vehicle or on a truck or trailer bed with plastic liner. Always place containers on the ground away from your vehicle when filling. • Remove gas-powered equipment 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 gasoline dispenser nozzle. • Keep the nozzle in contact with the rim of the fuel tank or container opening at all times until fueling is complete. Do not use a nozzle lock-open device. • If fuel is spilled on clothing, change clothing immediately. • Never overfill fuel tank. Replace gas cap and tighten securely. • • • • • • • • • • 3 Be sure the area is clear of bystanders before operating. Stop machine if anyone enters the area. Never carry passengers. Do not mow in reverse unless absolutely necessary. Always look down and behind before and while backing. Never carry children, even with the blades shut off. They may fall off and be seriously injured or interfere with safe machine operation. 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. Keep children out of the mowing area and in the watchful care of a responsible adult other than the operator. Be alert and turn machine off if a child enters the area. Before and while backing, look behind and down for small children. Mow up and down slopes (15° Max), not across. Be alert and turn machine off if a child enters the area. Choose a low ground speed so that you will not have to stop or shift while on the slope. Avoid starting, stopping, or turning on a slope. If the tires lose traction, disengage the blades and proceed slowly straight down the slope. If machine stops while going uphill, disengage blades, shift into reverse and back down slowly. Do not turn on slopes unless necessary, and then, turn slowly and gradually downhill, if possible. PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS CUSTOMER RESPONSIBILITIES Gasoline Capacity and Type: 4.0 Gallons Unleaded Regular • • Oil Type(API-SG-SL): SAE 30 (above 32°F) SAE 5W-30(below 32°F) • Oil Capacity: W/ Filter: 3.8 Pints W/O Filter: 3.2 Pints Spark Plug: (Gap: .030") Champion RCJ8Y Ground Speed(MPH): Forward: Reverse: 0 – 5.5 0 – 2.4 Tire Pressure: Front: Rear: 14 PSI 10 PSI Charging System: 14 AMPS @ 3600 RPM Battery: AMP/HR: MIN. CCA: Case Size: Blade Bolt Torque: 27-35 FT. LBS. Read and observe the safety rules. Follow a regular schedule in maintaining, caring for and using your tractor. Follow the instructions under “Maintenance” and “Storage” sections of this owner’s manual. WARNING: This tractor is equipped with an internal combustion engine and should not be used on or near any unimproved forest-covered, brush-covered or grass-covered land unless the engine’s exhaust system is equipped with a spark arrester meeting applicable local or state laws (if any). If a spark arrester is used, it should be maintained in effective working order by the operator. In the state of California the above is required by law (Section 4442 of the California Public Resources Code). Other states may have similar laws. Federal laws apply on federal lands. A spark arrester for the muffler is available through your nearest authorized service center/department (See REPAIR PARTS section of this manual). 35 280 U1R CONGRATULATIONS on your purchase of a new tractor. It has been designed, engineered and manufactured to give you the best possible dependability and performance. Should you experience any problem you cannot easily remedy, please contact your nearest authorized servicecenter/ department We have competent, well-trained technicians and the proper tools to service or repair this tractor. Please read and retain this manual. The instructions will enable you to assemble and maintain your tractor properly. Always observe the “SAFETY RULES”. TABLE OF CONTENTS SAFETY RULES .......................................................2-3 PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS .....................................4 CUSTOMER RESPONSIBILITIES...............................4 ASSEMBLY ...............................................................6-8 OPERATION ...........................................................9-14 MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE ....................................15 MAINTENANCE....................................................15-18 SERVICE AND ADJUSTMENTS ..........................19-23 STORAGE ..................................................................24 TROUBLESHOOTING ..........................................25-26 REPAIR PARTS - TRACTOR ................................28-41 4 UNASSEMBLED PARTS Gauge Wheels Steering Wheel (4) Adjusting Bar (4) Washers 3/8 x 3/4 x 14 Ga. Steering Wheel Insert (4) Wheels (4) Retainer Springs (double loop) (4) Locknut 3/8-16 Steering Adapter Steering Sleeve Battery (4) Clevis Pins (4) Shoulder Bolt (2) Hex Bolts 1/4-20 x 3/4 (2) Keps Nut 1/4-20 (1) Oil Drain Tube Seat Slope Sheet (2) Keys (1) Washer 17/32 x 1-3/16 x 12 Gauge (1) Knob 5 ASSEMBLY Your new tractor has been assembled at the factory with exception of those parts left unassembled for shipping purposes. To ensure safe and proper operation of your tractor all parts and hardware you assemble must be tightened securely. Use the correct tools as necessary to insure proper tightness. TOOLS REQUIRED FOR ASSEMBLY A socket wrench set will make assembly easier. Standard wrench sizes are listed. (1) 3/4" wrench (1) Tire pressure gauge (1) 1/2" wrench (1) Utility knife (2) 7/16" wrenches (1) 3/4" socket w/drive ratchet (1) Pliers STEERING WHEEL INSERT LOCK NUT LARGE FLAT WASHER STEERING WHEEL STEERING WHEEL ADAPTOR When right or left hand is mentioned in this manual, it means when you are in the operating position (seated behind the steering wheel). TO REMOVE TRACTOR FROM CARTON STEERING SHAFT UNPACK CARTON • • • Remove all accessible loose parts and parts cartons from carton. Cut along dotted lines on all four panels of carton.Remove end panels and lay side panels flat. Check for any additional loose parts or cartons and remove. STEERING SLEEVE 18 028 BEFORE REMOVING TRACTOR FROM SKID FIG. 1 CONNECT BATTERY (SEE Fig. 2) ATTACH STEERING WHEEL (See Fig. 1) • • • • • • • CAUTION: Do not short battery terminals by allowing a wrench or any other object to contact both terminals at the same time. Before connecting battery, remove metal bracelets, wristwatch bands, rings, etc. Remove locknut and large flat washer from steering shaft. Position front wheels of the tractor so they are pointing straight forward. Slide the steering sleeve over the steering shaft. Position steering wheel so cross bars are horizontal (left to right) and slide onto steering wheel adapter. Secure steering wheel to steering shaft with locknut and large flat washer previously removed. Tighten securely. Snap steering wheel insert into center of steering wheel. Remove protective materials from tractor hood and grill. Positive terminal must be connected first to prevent sparking from accidental grounding. • • • IMPORTANT: CHECK FOR AND REMOVE ANY STAPLES IN SKID THAT MAY PUNCTURE TIRES WHERE TRACTOR IS TO ROLL OFF SKID. • • • 6 Lift hood to raised position. Open terminal access doors, remove terminal protective caps and discard. If this battery is put into service after month and year indicated on label (label located between terminals) charge battery for minimum of one hour at 6-10 amps. First connect RED battery cable to positive (+) battery terminal with hex bolt and keps nut as shown. Tighten securely. Connect BLACK grounding cable to negative (-) battery terminal with remaining hex bolt and keps nut. Tighten securely. Close terminal access doors. ASSEMBLY Use terminal access doors for: • Inspection for secure connections (to tighten har dware). • Inspection for corrosion. • Testing battery. • Jumping (if required). • Periodic charging. DISCARD TERMINAL PROTECTIVE CAPS SEAT SEAT PAN SHOULDER BOLT KEPS NUT HEX BOLT 6 46 02 FLAT WASHER TERMINAL ACCESS DOOR POSITIVE (RED)CABLE 02 ADJUSTMENT KNOB 18 0 02464 FIG. 3 NEGATIVE (BLACK)CABLE NOTE: You may now roll or drive your tractor off the skid. Follow the appropriate instruction below to remove the tractor from the skid. FIG. 2 INSTALL SEAT (See Fig. 3) Adjust seat before tightening adjustment knob. • Remove adjustment knob and flat washer securing seat to cardboard packing and set aside for assembly of seat to tractor. • Pivot seat upward and remove from the cardboard packing. Remove the cardboard packing and discard. • Place seat on seat pan so head of shoulder bolt is positioned over large slotted hole in pan. • Push down on seat to engage shoulder bolt in slot and pull seat towards rear of tractor. • Pivot seat and pan forward and assemble adjustment knob and flat washer loosely. Do not tighten. • Lower seat into operating position and sit on seat. • Slide seat until a comfortable position is reached which allows you to press clutch/brake pedal all the way down. • Get off seat without moving its adjusted position. • Raise seat and tighten adjustment knob securely. TO ROLL TRACTOR OFF SKID (See Operation section for location and function of controls) • • • • • Press lift lever plunger and raise attachment lift lever to its highest position. Release parking brake by depressing brake pedal. Place freewheel control in "transmission disengaged position" (See “TO TRANSPORT” in the Operation section of this manual). Roll tractor forward off skid. Remove banding holding the deflector shield up against tractor. TO DRIVE TRACTOR OFF SKID (See Operation section for location and function of controls) WARNING: Before starting, read, understand and follow all instructions in the Operation section of this manual. Be sure tractor is in a well-ventilated area. Be sure the area in front of tractor is clear of other people and objects. • Be sure all the above assembly steps have been completed. • Check engine oil level and fill fuel tank with gasoline. • Place freewheel control in "transmission engaged" position (see "TO TRANSPORT" in Operation section of this manual). • Sit on seat in operating position, depress brake pedal and set the parking brake. • Place motion control lever in neutral (N) position. 7 ASSEMBLY • • • • • • CHECK MOWER LEVELNESS Press lift lever plunger and raise attachment lift lever to its highest position. Start the engine. After engine has started, move throttle control to idle position. Release parking brake. Slowly move the motion control lever forward and slowly drive tractor off skid. Apply brake to stop tractor, set parking brake and place motion control lever in neutral position. Turn ignition key to "STOP" position. For best cutting results, mower should be properly leveled. See “TO LEVEL MOWER HOUSING” in the Service and Adjustments section of this manual. CHECK FOR PROPER POSITION OF ALL BELTS See the figures that are shown for replacing motion, mower drive, and mower blade drive belts in the Service and Adjustments section of this manual. Verify that the belts are routed correctly. Continue with the instructions that follow. CHECK BRAKE SYSTEM After you learn how to operate your tractor, check to see that the brake is properly adjusted. See “TO ADJUST BRAKE” in the Service and Adjustments section of this manual. ASSEMBLE GAUGE WHEELS TO MOWER DECK (See Fig. 4) The gauge wheels are designed to keep the mower deck in proper position when operating mower. Be sure they are properly adjusted to ensure optimum mower performance. • Slide gauge wheel bar down into bracket channel, Be sure that gauge wheel bar aligning holes are on top. Assemble gauge wheels as shown using shoulder bolts, 3/8 washers and 3/8-16 center locknuts and tighten securely. • Adjust gauge wheels before operating mower. See “TO ADJUST GAUGE WHEELS” in the Operation section of this manual. ✓CHECKLIST BEFORE YOU OPERATE AND ENJOY YOUR NEW TRACTOR, WE WISH TO ASSURE THAT YOU RECEIVE THE BEST PERFORMANCE AND SATISFACTION FROM THIS QUALITY PRODUCT. PLEASE REVIEW THE FOLLOWING CHECKLIST: ✓ All assembly instructions have been completed. ✓ No remaining loose parts in carton. ✓ Battery is properly prepared and charged. (Minimum 1 hour at 6 amps). ✓ Seat is adjusted comfortably and tightened securely. ✓ All tires are properly inflated. (For shipping purposes, the tires were overinflated at the factory). ✓ Be sure mower deck is properly leveled side-to-side/ front-to-rear for best cutting results. (Tires must be properly inflated for leveling). ✓ Check mower and drive belts. Be sure they are routed properly around pulleys and inside all belt keepers. ✓ Check wiring. See that all connections are still secure and wires are properly clamped. ✓ Before driving tractor, be sure freewheel control is in drive position. WHILE LEARNING HOW TO USE YOUR TRACTOR, PAY EXTRA ATTENTION TO THE FOLLOWING IMPORTANT ITEMS: ✓ Engine oil is at proper level. ✓ Fuel tank is filled with fresh, clean, regular unleaded gasoline. ✓ Become familiar with all controls - their location and function. Operate them before you start the engine. ✓ Be sure brake system is in safe operating condition. ✓ It is important to purge the transmission before operating your tractor for the first time. Follow proper starting and transmission purging instructions (See “TO START ENGINE” and “PURGE TRANSMISSION” in the Operation section of this manual). RETAINER SPRING PIN SHOULDER BOLT ADJUSTING BAR 02 11 5 GAUGE WHEEL 3/8-16 CENTER LOCKNUT 3/8 WASHER FIG. 4 CHECK TIRE PRESSURE The tires on your tractor were overinflated at the factory for shipping purposes. Correct tire pressure is important for best cutting performance. • Reduce tire pressure to PSI shown in “PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS” section of this manual. 8 OPERATION These symbols may appear on your tractor or in literature supplied with the product. Learn and understand their meaning. REVERSE NEUTRAL HIGH LOW CHOKE FAST SLOW IGNITION P ENGINE OFF LIGHTS ON OVER TEMP LIGHT FUEL ENGINE ON OIL PRESSURE ENGINE START BATTERY PARKING BRAKE REVERSE FORWARD PARKING BRAKE LOCKED MOWER HEIGHT PARKING BRAKE UNLOCKED MOWER LIFT 15 ATTACHMENT CLUTCH ENGAGED ATTACHMENT CLUTCH DISENGAGED DANGER, KEEP HANDS AND FEET AWAY 15 SLOPE HAZARDS KEEP AREA CLEAR (SEE SAFETY RULES SECTION) DANGER indicates a hazard which, if not avoided, will result in death or serious injury. FREE WHEEL (Automatic Models only) Failure to follow instructions could result in serious injury or death. The safety alert symbol is used to identify safety information about hazards which can result in death, serious injury and/or property damage. WARNING indicates a hazard which, if not avoided, could result in death or serious injury. CAUTION indicates a hazard which, if not avoided, might result in minor or moderate injury. CAUTION when used without the alert symbol, indicates a situation that could result in damage to the tractor and/or engine. HOT SURFACES indicates a hazard which, if not avoided, could result in death, serious injury and/or property damage. FIRE indicates a hazard which, if not avoided, could result in death, serious injury and/or property damage. 9 OPERATION KNOW YOUR TRACTOR READ THIS OWNER'S MANUAL AND SAFETY RULES BEFORE OPERATING YOUR TRACTOR Compare the illustrations with your tractor to familiarize yourself with the locations of various controls and adjustments. Save this manual for future reference. AMMETER HOURMETER LIGHT SWITCH POSITION IGNITION SWITCH CHOKE CONTROL ATTACHMENT CLUTCH SWITCH LIFT LEVER PLUNGER THROTTLE CONTROL 0 60 ELAPSED TIME 60 0 0 0 000 00 00 AMPS HOURS 1/10 ATTACHMENT LIFT LEVER BRAKE PEDAL REVERSE DRIVE PEDAL HEIGHT ADJUSTMENT KNOB FORWARD DRIVE PEDAL FREEWHEEL CONTROL CRUISE CONTROL LEVER PARKING BRAKE 02527 FIG. 5 Our tractors conform to the safety standards of the American National Standards Institute. ATTACHMENT CLUTCH SWITCH - Used to engage the mower blades, or other attachments mounted to your tractor. LIGHT SWITCH POSITION - Turns the headlights on. THROTTLE CONTROL - Used to control engine speed. CHOKE CONTROL - Used when starting a cold engine. FREE WHEEL CONTROL - Disengages transmission for pushing or slowly towing the tractor with the engine off. BRAKE PEDAL - Used for braking the tractor and starting the engine. HEIGHT ADJUSTMENT KNOB - Used to adjust the mower cutting height. AMMETER - Indicates charging (+) or discharging (-) of battery. HOURMETER - Indicates hours of operation. PARKING BRAKE - Locks clutch/brake pedal into the brake position. ATTACHMENT LIFT LEVER - Used to raise and lower the mower deck or other attachments mounted to your tractor. LIFT LEVER PLUNGER - Used to release attachment lift lever when changing its position. IGNITION SWITCH - Used for starting and stopping the engine. FORWARD DRIVE PEDAL - Used for forward movement of tractor. REVERSE DRIVE PEDAL - Used for reverse movement of tractor. CRUISE CONTROL LEVER - Used to set forward movement of tractor at desired speed without holding the forward drive pedal. 10 OPERATION 00155 The operation of any tractor can result in foreign objects thrown into the eyes, which can result in severe eye damage. Always wear safety glasses or eye shields while operating your tractor or performing any adjustments or repairs. We recommend a wide vision safety mask over spectacles or standard safety glasses. NOTE: Under certain conditions when tractor is standing idle with the engine running, hot engine exhaust gases may cause “browning” of grass. To eliminate this possibility, always stop engine when stopping tractor on grass areas. HOW TO USE YOUR TRACTOR TO SET PARKING BRAKE (See Fig. 6) Your tractor is equipped with an operator presence sensing switch. When engine is running, any attempt by the operator to leave the seat without first setting the parking brake will shut off the engine. • Depress brake pedal into full “BRAKE” position and hold. • Place parking brake lever in “ENGAGED” position and release pressure from brake pedal. Pedal should remain in “BRAKE” position. Make sure parking brake will hold tractor secure. CHOKE CONTROL THROTTLE CONTROL HEIGHT ADJUSTMENT KNOB CAUTION: Always stop tractor completely, as described above, before leaving the operator's position; to empty grass catcher, etc. TO USE THROTTLE CONTROL (See Fig. 6) Always operate engine at full throttle. • Operating engine at less than full throttle reduces the battery charging rate. • Full throttle offers the best bagging and mower performance. ATTACHMENT CLUTCH SWITCH PULL OUT TO “ENGAGE” IGNITION KEY PUSH IN TO “DISENGAGE” TO USE CHOKE CONTROL (See Fig. 6) Use choke control whenever you are starting a cold engine. Do not use to start a warm engine. • To engage choke control, pull knob out. Slowly push knob in to disengage. REVERSE PEDAL “BRAKE” POSITION FORWARD PEDAL 02528 TO MOVE FORWARD AND BACKWARD (See Fig. 6) CRUISE CONTROL LEVER BRAKE PEDAL “DRIVE” POSITION “DISENGAGED” POSITION The direction and speed of movement is controlled by the forward and reverse drive pedals. • Start tractor and release parking brake. • Slowly depress forward or reverse drive pedal to begin movement. Ground speed increases the further down the pedal is depressed. PARKING BRAKE “ENGAGED” POSITION FIG. 6 TO USE CRUISE CONTROL STOPPING (See Fig. 6) The cruise control feature can be used for forward travel only. MOWER BLADES • To stop mower blades,move attachment clutch switch to “DISENGAGED” position. GROUND DRIVE • To stop ground drive, depress brake pedal into full “BRAKE” position. SYSTEM CHARACTERISTICS The cruise control should only be used while mowing or transporting on relatively smooth, straight surfaces. Other conditions such as trimming at slow speeds may cause the cruise control to disengage. Do not use the cruise control on slopes, rough terrain or while trimming or turning. • With forward drive pedal depressed to desired speed, move cruise control lever forward to “SET” position and hold while lifting your foot off the pedal, then release the cruise control lever. • To disengage the cruise control, pull the lever backward to “OFF” position, or fully depress the brake pedal. IMPORTANT: FORWARD AND REVERSE DRIVE PEDALS RETURN TO NEUTRAL POSITION WHEN NOT DEPRESSED. ENGINE • Move throttle control between half and full speed (fast) position. NOTE: Failure to move throttle control between half and full speed (fast) position, before stopping may cause engine to “backfire”. • Turn ignition key to “STOP” position and remove key. Always remove key when leaving tractor to prevent unauthorized use. • Never use choke to stop engine. TO ADJUST MOWER CUTTING HEIGHT (See Fig. 6) IMPORTANT: LEAVING THE IGNITION SWITCH IN ANY POSITION OTHER THAN "STOP" WILL CAUSE THE BATTERY TO BE DISCHARGED, (DEAD). 11 The cutting height is controlled by turning the height adjustment knob in desired direction. • Turn knob clockwise ( ) to raise cutting height. • Turn knob counterclockwise ( ) to lower cutting height. OPERATION The cutting height range is approximately 1-1/2" to 4". The heights are measured from the ground to the blade tip with the engine not running. These heights are approximate and may vary depending upon soil conditions, height of grass and types of grass being mowed. • The average lawn should be cut to approximately 2-1/2 inches during the cool season and to over 3 inches during hot months. For healthier and better looking lawns, mow often and after moderate growth. • For best cutting performance, grass over 6 inches in height should be mowed twice. Make the first cut relatively high; the second to desired height. CAUTION: Do not operate the mower without either the entire grass catcher, on mowers so equipped, or the deflector shield in place. ATTACHMENT LIFT LEVER HIGH POSITION ATTACHMENT CLUTCH SWITCH PULL OUT TO "ENGAGE" LOW POSITION TO ADJUST GAUGE WHEELS (See Fig. 7) PUSH IN TO "DISENGAGE" Gauge wheels are properly adjusted when they are slightly off the ground when mower is at the desired cutting height in operating position. Gauge wheels then keep the deck in proper position to help prevent scalping in most terrain conditions. NOTE:Adjust gauge wheels with tractor on a flat level surface. • Adjust mower to desired cutting height (See “TO ADJUST MOWER CUTTING HEIGHT” in the Operation section of this manual). • Remove retainer spring and clevis pin which secure each gauge wheel bar. • Lower gauge wheels to ground. Raise gauge wheels slightly to align holes in bracket and gauge wheel bar and insert clevis pin. Gauge wheels should be slightly off the ground. • Replace retainer spring into clevis pin. • Be sure all gauge wheels are in the same setting. 02 56 7 FIG. 8 TO OPERATE ON HILLS WARNING: Do not drive up or down hills with slopes greater than 15° and do not drive across any slope. • • • IMPORTANT: BE SURE TO READJUST GAUGE WHEELS IFYOU CHANGE THE CUTTING HEIGHT OF THE MOWER DECK. • RETAINER SPRING • 01 97 7 • Choose the slowest speed before starting up or down hills. Avoid stopping or changing speed on hills. If stopping is absolutely necessary, push brake pedal quickly to brake position and engage parking brake. To restart movement, slowly release parking brake and brake pedal. Slowly depress appropriate drive pedal to slowest setting. Make all turns slowly. TO TRANSPORT (See Figs. 5 and 9) CLEVIS PIN When pushing or towing your tractor, be sure to disengage transmission by placing freewheel control in freewheeling position. Free wheel control is located at the rear drawbar of tractor. • Raise attachment lift to highest position with attachment lift control. • Pull freewheel control out and into the slot and release so it is held in the disengaged position. • Do not push or tow tractor at more than two (2) MPH. • To reengage transmission, reverse above procedure. NOTE: To protect hood from damage when transporting your tractor on a truck or a trailer, be sure hood is closed and secured to tractor. Use an appropriate means of tying hood to tractor (rope, cord, etc.). FIG. 7 TO OPERATE MOWER (See Fig. 8) Your tractor is equipped with an operator presence sensing switch. Any attempt by the operator to leave the seat with the engine running and the attachment clutch engaged will shut off the engine. You must remain fully and centrally positioned in the seat to prevent the engine from hesitating or cutting off when operating your equipment on rough, rolling terrain or hills. • Select desired height of cut. • Lower mower with attachment lift control. • Start mower blades by engaging attachment clutch control. • TO STOP MOWER BLADES - disengage attachment clutch control. 12 OPERATION CAUTION: Alcohol blended fuels (called gasohol or using ethanol or methanol) can attract moisture which leads to separation and formation of acids during storage. Acidic gas can damage the fuel system of an engine while in storage. To avoid engine problems, the fuel system should be emptied before storage of 30 days or longer. Drain the gas tank, start the engine and let it run until the fuel lines and carburetor are empty. Use fresh fuel next season. See Storage Instructions for additional information. Never use engine or carburetor cleaner products in the fuel tank or permanent damage may occur. 02219 FIG. 9 TOWING CARTS AND OTHER AT TACH MENTS Tow only the attachments that are recommended by and comply with specifications of the manufacturer of your tractor. Use common sense when towing. Too heavy of a load, while on a slope, is dangerous. Tires can lose traction with the ground and cause you to lose control of your tractor. TO START ENGINE (See Fig. 6) When starting the engine for the first time or if the engine has run out of fuel, it will take extra cranking time to move fuel from the tank to the engine. • Be sure freewheel control is in the transmission engaged position. • Sit on seat in operating position, depress brake pedal and set parking brake. • Move attachment clutch to “DISENGAGED” position. • Move throttle control to fast position • Pull choke control out for a cold engine start attempt. For a warm engine start attempt the choke control may not be needed. NOTE: Before starting, read the warm and cold starting procedures below. • Insert key into ignition and turn key clockwise to “START” position and release key as soon as engine starts. Do not run starter continuously for more than fifteen seconds per minute. If the engine does not start after several attempts, push choke control in, wait a few minutes and try again. If engine still does not start, pull the choke control out and retry. BEFORE STARTING THE ENGINE CHECK ENGINE OIL LEVEL The engine in your tractor has been shipped, from the factory, already filled with summer weight oil. • Check engine oil with tractor on level ground. • Remove oil fill cap/dipstick and wipe clean, reinsert the dipstick and screw cap tight, wait for a few seconds, remove and read oil level. If necessary, add oil until “FULL” mark on dipstick is reached. Do not overfill. • For cold weather operation you should change oil for easier starting (See “OIL VISCOSITY CHART” in the Maintenance section of this manual). • To change engine oil, see the Maintenance section in this manual. ADD GASOLINE • WARM WEATHER STARTING (50° F and above) • When engine starts, slowly push choke control in until the engine begins to run smoothly. If the engine starts to run roughly, pull the choke control out slightly for a few seconds and then continue to push the control in slowly. • The attachments and ground drive can now be used. If the engine does not accept the load, restart the engine and allow it to warm up for one minute using the choke as described above. Fill fuel tank to bottom of filler neck. Do not overfill. Use fresh, clean, regular unleaded gasoline with a minimum of 87 octane. (Use of leaded gasoline will increase carbon and lead oxide deposits and reduce valve life). Do not mix oil with gasoline. Purchase fuel in quantities that can be used within 30 days to assure fuel freshness. CAUTION: Wipe off any spilled oil or fuel. Do not store, spill or use gasoline near an open flame. COLD WEATHER STARTING (50° F and below) • When engine starts, slowly push choke control in until the engine begins to run smoothly. Continue to push the choke control in small steps allowing the engine to accept small changes in speed and load, until the choke control is fully in. If the engine starts to run roughly, pull the choke control out slightly for a few seconds and then continue to push the control in slowly. This may require an engine warm-up period from several seconds to several minutes, depending on the temperature. IMPORTANT: WHEN OPERATING IN TEMPERATURES BELOW32°F(0°C), USE FRESH, CLEAN WINTER GRADE GAS O LINE TO HELP INSURE GOOD COLD WEATHER STARTING. AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION WARM UP • Before driving the unit in cold weather, the transmission should be warmed up as follows: 13 OPERATION • • Be sure the tractor is on level ground. Release the parking brake and let the brake slowly return to operating position. • Allow one minute for transmission to warm up. This can be done during the engine warm up period. • The attachments can be used during the engine warmup period after the transmission has been warmed up and may require the choke control be pulled out slightly. NOTE: If at a high altitude (above 3000 feet) or in cold temperatures (below 32 F) the carburetor fuel mixture may need to be adjusted for best engine performance. See “TO ADJUST CARBURETOR” in the Service and Adjustments section of this manual. MOWING TIPS • • • • Mower should be properly leveled for best mowing performance. See “TO LEVEL MOWER HOUSING” in the Service and Adjustments section of this manual. The left hand side of mower should be used for trimming. Drive so that clippings are discharged onto the area that has been cut. Have the cut area to the right of the machine. This will result in a more even distribution of clippings and more uniform cutting. When mowing large areas, start by turning to the right so that clippings will discharge away from shrubs, fences, driveways, etc. After one or two rounds, mow in the opposite direction making left hand turns until finished (See Fig. 10). PURGE TRANSMISSION CAUTION: Never engage or disengage freewheel lever while the engine is running. To ensure proper operation and performance, it is recommended that the transmission be purged before operating tractor for the first time. This procedure will remove any trapped air inside the transmission which may have developed during shipping of your tractor. 00272 FIG. 10 • IMPORTANT: SHOULD YOUR TRANSMISSION REQUIRE REMOVAL FOR SERVICE OR REPLACEMENT, IT SHOULD BE PURGED AFTER REINSTALLATION BEFORE OPERATING THE TRACTOR. • • Place tractor safely on level surface with engine off and parking brake set. • Disengage transmission by placing freewheel control in freewheeling position (See “TO TRANSPORT” in this section of manual). • Sitting in the tractor seat, start engine. After the engine is running, move throttle control to slow position. Disengage parking brake • Depress forward drive pedal to full forward position, hold for five (5) seconds and release pedal. Depress reverse drive pedal to full reverse position, hold for five (5) seconds and release pedal. Repeat this procedure three (3) times. NOTE: During this procedure there will be no movement of drive wheels. The air is being removed from hydraulic drive system. • Shut- off engine and set parking brake. • Engage transmission by placing freewheel control in driving position (See “TO TRANSPORT” in this section of manual). • Sitting in the tractor seat, start engine. After the engine is running, move throttle control to half (1/2) speed. Disengage parking brake. • Drive tractor forward for approximately five feet then backwards for five feet. Repeat this driving procedure three times. Your transmission is now purged and now ready for normal operation. • • 14 If grass is extremely tall, it should be mowed twice to reduce load and possible fire hazard from dried clippings. Make first cut relatively high; the second to the desired height. Do not mow grass when it is wet. Wet grass will plug mower and leave undesirable clumps. Allow grass to dry before mowing. Always operate engine at full throttle when mowing to assure better mowing performance and proper discharge of material. Regulate ground speed by selecting a low enough gear to give the mower cutting performance as well as the quality of cut desired. When operating attachments, select a ground speed that will suit the terrain and give best performance of the attachment being used. MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE FILL IN DATES AS YOU COMPLETE REGULAR SERVICE E E S S RS AG US RS UR OUR OU SON OR U O H O H H A 0 ST EA 8H SE RE 25 10 50 Y Y Y Y Y RE O R R R R R O F E E E E E F BE SERVICE EV EV EV EV EV BE CH DATES Check Brake Operation Check Tire Pressure T R A C T 0 R Check Operator Presence and Interlock Systems Check for Loose Fasteners 5 Sharpen/Replace Mower Blades 3 Lubrication Chart Check Battery Level 4 Clean Battery and Terminals Check Transaxle Cooling Check V-Belts Check Engine Oil Level Change Engine Oil (with oil filter) 1,2 Clean Air Filter 2 Clean Air Screen 2 Inspect Muffler/Spark Arrester Replace Oil Filter (If equipped) 1, 2 Clean Engine Cooling Fins maint_sch-tractore.new1 E N G I N E 1,2 Change Engine Oil (without oil filter) 2 Replace Spark Plug Replace Air Filter Paper Cartridge 2 Replace Fuel Filter 1 - Change more often when operating under a heavy load or in high ambient temperatures. 2 - Service more often when operating in dirty or dusty conditions. 3 - Replace blades more often when mowing in sandy soil. 4 - Not required if equipped with maintenance-free battery. 5 - Tighten front axle pivot bolt to 35 ft.-lbs. maximum. Do not overtighten. LUBRICATION CHART GENERAL RECOMMENDATIONS ➀SPINDLE ZERK The warranty on this tractor does not cover items that have been subjected to operator abuse or negligence. To receive full value from the warranty, operator must maintain tractor as instructed in this manual. Some adjustments will need to be made periodically to properly maintain your tractor. At least once a season, check to see if you should make any of the adjustments described in the Service and Adjustments section of this manual. • At least once a year you should replace the spark plug, clean or replace air filter, and check blades and belts for wear. A new spark plug and clean air filter assure proper air-fuel mixture and help your engine run better and last longer. ➀SPINDLE ZERK ➀FRONT WHEEL ➀FRONT WHEEL BEARING ZERK BEARING ZERK ➁ENGINE 01964 BEFORE EACH USE • • • • • Check engine oil level. Check brake operation. Check tire pressure. Check operator presence and interlock systems for proper operation. Check for loose fasteners. ➀ GENERAL PURPOSE GREASE ➁ REFER TO MAINTENANCE “ENGINE” SECTION IMPORTANT: DO NOT OIL OR GREASE THE PIVOT POINTS WHICH HAVE SPECIAL NYLON BEARINGS. VISCOUS LUBRICANTS WILL ATTRACT DUST AND DIRT THAT WILL SHORTEN THE LIFE OF THE SELF-LUBRICATING BEARINGS. IF YOU FEEL THEY MUST BE LUBRICATED, USE ONLY A DRY, POWDERED GRAPHITE TYPE LUBRICANT SPARINGLY. 15 MAINTENANCE TRACTOR TRAILING EDGE UP Always observe safety rules when performing any maintenance. MANDREL ASSEMBLY BLADE CENTER HOLE BRAKE OPERATION FLAT WASHER If tractor requires more than five (5) feet to stop at highest speed in highest gear on a level, dry concrete or paved surface, then brake must be checked and adjusted, then brake must be adjusted. (See “TO ADJUST BRAKE” in the Service and Adjustments section of this manual). LOCK WASHER STAR TIRES BLADE BOLT • Maintain proper air pressure in all tires (See “PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS” section of this manual). • Keep tires free of gasoline, oil, or insect control chemicals which can harm rubber. • Avoid stumps, stones, deep ruts, sharp objects and other hazards that may cause tire damage. NOTE: To seal tire punctures and prevent flat tires due to slow leaks, tire sealant may be purchased from your local parts dealer. Tire sealant also prevents tire dry rot and corrosion. FIG. 11 TO SHARPEN BLADE (See Fig. 12) NOTE: We do not recommend sharpening blade - but if you do, be sure the blade is balanced. Care should be taken to keep the blade balanced. An unbalanced blade will cause excessive vibration and eventual damage to mower and engine. • The blade can be sharpened with a file or on a grinding wheel. Do not attempt to sharpen while on the mower. • To check blade balance, you will need a 5/8" diameter steel bolt, pin, or a cone balancer. (When using a cone balancer, follow the instructions supplied with balancer.) NOTE: Do not use a nail for balancing blade. The lobes of the center hole may appear to be centered, but are not. • Slide blade on to an unthreaded portion of the steel bolt or pin and hold the bolt or pin parallel with the ground. If blade is balanced, it should remain in a horizontal position. If either end of the blade moves downward, sharpen the heavy end until the blade is balanced. OPERATOR PRESENCE SYSTEM Be sure operator presence and interlock systems are working properly. If your tractor does not function as described, repair the problem immediately. • The engine should not start unless the brake pedal is fully depressed and attachement clutch control is in the disengaged position. • When the engine is running, any attempt by the operator to leave the seat without first setting the parking brake should shut off the engine. • When the engine is running and the attachment clutch is engaged, any attempt by the operator to leave the seat should shut off the engine. • The attachment clutch should never operate unless the operator is in the seat. BLADE CARE CENTER HOLE For best results mower blades must be kept sharp. Replace bent or damaged blades. SIDE UP" facing deck and mandrel assembly. 5/8" BOLT OR PIN BLADE BLADE REMOVAL (See Fig. 11) • • • Raise mower to highest position to allow access to blades. Remove blade bolt, lock washer and flat washer securing blade. Install new or resharpened blade with trailing edge up towards deck as shown. FIG. 12 BATTERY Your tractor has a battery charging system which is sufficient for normal use. However, periodic charging of the battery with an automotive charger will extend its life. • Keep battery and terminals clean. • Keep battery bolts tight. • Keep small vent holes open. • Recharge at 6-10 amperes for 1 hour. NOTE: The original equipment battery on your tractor is maintenance free. Do not attempt to open or remove caps or covers. Adding or checking level of electrolyte is not necessary. IMPORTANT: TO ENSURE PROPER ASSEMBLY, CENTER HOLE IN BLADE MUST ALIGN WITH STAR ON MANDREL ASSEMBLY. • • Reassemble blade bolt, lock washer and flat washer in exact order as shown. Tighten blade bolt securely (27-35 Ft. Lbs. torque). IMPORTANT: BLADE BOLT IS HEAT TREATED. IF BOLT NEEDS REPLACING, REPLACE ONLY WITH APPROVE BOLT SHOWN IN THE REPAIR PARTS. 16 MAINTENANCE TO CLEAN BATTERY AND TERMINALS Corrosion and dirt on the battery and terminals can cause the battery to “leak” power. • Remove terminal guard. • Disconnect BLACK battery cable first then RED battery cable and remove battery from tractor. • Rinse the battery with plain water and dry. • Clean terminals and battery cable ends with wire brush until bright. • Coat terminals with grease or petroleum jelly. • Reinstall battery (See “CONNECT BATTERY” in the Assembly section of this manual). Change the oil after every 50 hours of operation or at least once a year if the tractor is not used for 50 hours in one year. Check the crankcase oil level before starting the engine and after each eight (8) hours of operation. Tighten oil fill cap/dipstick securely each time you check the oil level. TO CHANGE ENGINE OIL (See Fig. 13) Determine temperature range expected before oil change. All oil must meet API service classification SG-SL. • Be sure tractor is on level surface. • Oil will drain more freely when warm. • Catch oil in a suitable container. • Remove oil fill cap/dipstick. Be careful not to allow dirt to enter the engine when changing oil. • Remove yellow cap from end of drain valve and install the drain tube onto the fitting. V-BELTS Check V-belts for deterioration and wear after 100 hours of operation and replace if necessary. The belts are not adjustable. Replace belts if they begin to slip from wear. OIL DRAIN VALVE TRANSAXLE COOLING The transmission fan and cooling fins should be kept clean to assure proper cooling. Do not attempt to clean fan or transmission while engine is running or while the transmission is hot. To prevent possible damage to seals, do not use high pressure water or steam to clean transaxle. • Inspect cooling fan to be sure fan blades are intact and clean. • Inspect cooling fins for dirt, grass clippings and other materials. To prevent damage to seals, do not use compressed air or high pressure sprayer to clean cooling fins. CLOSED AND LOCKED POSITION YELLOW CAP 3 46 02 DRAIN TUBE TRANSAXLE PUMP FLUID The transaxle was sealed at the factory and fluid maintenance is not required for the life of the transaxle. Should the transaxle ever leak or require servicing, contact your nearest authorized ser vice center/department. • • • ENGINE LUBRICATION • Only use high quality detergent oil rated with API service classification SG-SL. Select the oil’s SAE viscosity grade according to your expected operating temperature. • SAE VISCOSITY GRADES • SAE 30 5W-30 -20 F C -30 0 -20 30 -10 32 0 40 60 10 100 80 20 30 40 TEMPERATURE RANGE ANTICIPATED BEFORE NEXT OIL CHANGE FIG. 13 Unlock drain valve by pushing inward and turning counterclockwise. To open, pull out on the drain valve. After oil has drained completely, close and lock the drain valve by pushing inward and turning clockwise until the pin is in the locked position as shown. Remove the drain tube and replace the cap onto to the bottom fitting of the drain valve. Refill engine with oil through oil fill dipstick tube. Pour slowly. Do not overfill. For approximate capacity see “PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS” section of this manual. Use gauge on oil fill cap/dipstick for checking level. For accurate reading, insert dipstick into the tube and push down firmly into place before removing. Keep oil up to, but not over, the “FULL” line on dipstick. Push dipstick down firmly into the tube when finished. oil_visc_chart1_e CLEAN AIR SCREEN NOTE: Although multi-viscosity oils (5W30, 10W30 etc.) improve starting in cold weather, they will result in increased oil consumption when used above 32°F. Check your engine oil level more frequently to avoid possible engine damage from running low on oil. Air screen must be kept free of dirt and chaff to prevent engine damage from overheating. Clean with a wire brush or compressed air to remove dirt and stubborn dried gum fibers. 17 MAINTENANCE CLEAN AIR INTAKE/COOLING AREAS IN-LINE FUEL FILTER (See Fig. 14) To insure proper cooling, make sure the grass screen, cooling fins, and other external surfaces of the engine are kept clean at all times. Every 100 hours of operation (more often under extremely dusty, dirty conditions), remove the blower housing and other cooling shrouds. Clean the cooling fins and external surfaces as necessary. Make sure the cooling shrouds are reinstalled. NOTE: Operating the engine with a blocked grass screen, dirty or plugged cooling fins, and/or cooling shrouds removed will cause engine damage due to overheating. The fuel filter should be replaced once each season. If fuel filter becomes clogged, obstructing fuel flow to carburetor, replacement is required. • With engine cool, remove filter and plug fuel line sections. • Place new fuel filter in position in fuel line with arrow pointing towards carburetor. • Be sure there are no fuel line leaks and clamps are properly positioned. • Immediately wipe up any spilled gasoline. AIR FILTER CLAMP CLAMP Your engine will not run properly using a dirty air filter. Service air cleaner more often under dusty conditions. See Engine Manual. 00667 FUEL FILTER ENGINE OIL FILTER Replace the engine oil filter every season or every other oil change if the tractor is used more than 100 hours in one year. FIG. 14 CLEANING • Clean engine, battery, seat, finish, etc. of all foreign matter. • Keep finished surfaces and wheels free of all gasoline, oil, etc. • Protect painted surfaces with automotive type wax. We do not recommend using a garden hose or pressure washer to clean your tractor unless the engine and transmission are covered to keep water out. Water in engine or transmission will shorten the useful life of your tractor. Use compressed air or a leaf blower to remove grass, leaves and trash from tractor and mower. MUFFLER Inspect and replace corroded muffler and spark arrester (if equipped) as it could create a fire hazard and/or damage. SPARK PLUGS Replace spark plugs at the beginning of each mowing season or after every 100 hours of operation, whichever occurs first. Spark plug type and gap setting are shown in “PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS” section of this manual. 18 SERVICE AND ADJUSTMENTS WARNING: TO AVOID SERIOUS INJURY, BEFORE PERFORMING ANY SERVICE OR ADJUSTMENTS: • Depress brake pedal fully and set parking brake. • Place attachment clutch in “DISENGAGED” position. • Turn ignition key to “STOP” and remove key. • Make sure the blades and all moving parts have completely stopped. • Disconnect spark plug wire from spark plug and place wire where it cannot come in contact with plug. TRACTOR • TO REMOVE MOWER (See Fig. 15) • Mower will be easier to remove from the right side of tractor. • Place attachment clutch switch in “DISENGAGED” position. • Move attachment lift lever forward to lower mower to its lowest position. • Roll belt off electric clutch pulley. • Disconnect anti-sway bar from chassis bracket by removing retainer spring. • Disconnect suspension arms from rear deck brackets by removing retainer springs. • Disconnect front links from deck by removing retainer springs. • Raise lift lever to raise suspension arms. Slide mower out from under tractor. IMPORTANT: If an attachment other than the mower deck is to be mounted on the tractor, remove the front links. • • TO LEVEL MOWER HOUSING Adjust the mower while tractor is parked on level ground or driveway. Make sure tires are properly inflated (See “PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS” section of this manual). If tires are over or underinflated, you will not properly adjust your mower. SIDE-TO-SIDE ADJUSTMENT (See Figs. 16 and 17) • Raise mower to its highest position. • At the midpoint of both sides of mower, measure height from bottom edge of mower to ground. Distance “A” on both sides of mower should be the same or within 1/4" of each other. • If adjustment is necessary, make adjustment on one side of mower only. • To raise one side of mower, tighten lift link adjustment nut on that side. • To lower one side of mower, loosen lift link adjustment nut on that side. TO INSTALL MOWER (See Fig. 15) • • • Connect front links to mower deck and secure with retainer springs.. Connect suspension arms to rear deck brackets and secure with retainer springs. Connect anti-swaybar to chassis bracket and secure with retainer spring. Install belt into electric clutch pulley groove. Raise attachment lift lever to its highest position. Slide mower under tractor with deflector shield to right side of tractor. Lower lift lever to its lowest position. SUSPENSION ARMS RETAINER SPRING ELECTRIC CLUTCH PULLEY FRONT LINK RETAINER SPRINGS (BOTH SIDES) ANTI-SWAY BAR RETAINER SPRINGS (BOTH SIDES) 01 69 8 FIG. 15 19 DEFLECTOR SHIELD SERVICE AND ADJUSTMENTS NOTE: Each full turn of adjustment nut will change mower height about 1/8". • Recheck measurements after adjusting. BOTH FRONT LINKS MUST BE EQUAL IN LENGTH 01267 BOTTOM EDGE OF MOWER 00598 TO GROUND A BOTTOM EDGE OF MOWER TO GROUND GROUND LINE A NUT “E” FIG. 16 NUT “F” TRUNNION 01156 SUSPENSION ARM 01553 FRONT LINKS FIG. 19 LIFT LINK ADJUSTMENT NUT TO REPLACE MOWER BLADE DRIVE BELT (See Fig. 20) FIG. 17 The mower blade drive belt may be replaced without tools. Park the tractor on level surface. Engage parking brake. BELT REMOVAL • Remove mower from tractor (See “TO REMOVE MOWER” in this section of manual). • Work belt off both mandrel pulleys and idler pulleys. • Pull belt away from mower. BELT INSTALLATION • Work belt around both mandrel pulleys and idler pulleys. • Make sure belt is in all pulley grooves and inside all belt guides. • Install mower (See "To Install Mower" in this section of manual). FRONT-TO-BACK ADJUSTMENT (See Figs. 18 and 19) IMPORTANT: DECK MUST BE LEVEL SIDE-TO-SIDE. IF THE FOLLOWING FRONT-TO-BACK ADJUSTMENT IS NECESSARY, BE SURE TO ADJUST BOTH FRONT LINKS EQUALLY SO MOWER WILL STAY LEVEL SIDE-TO-SIDE. To obtain the best cutting results, the mower housing should be adjusted so that the front is approximately 1/8" to 1/2" lower than the rear when the mower is in its highest position. Check adjustment on right side of tractor. Measure distance “D” directly in front and behind the mandrel at bottom edge of mower housing as shown. • Before making any necessary adjustments, check that both front links are equal in length. • If links are not equal in length, adjust one link to same length as other link. • To lower front of mower loosen nut “E” on both front links an equal number of turns. • When distance “D” is 1/8" to 1/2" lower at front than rear, tighten nuts “F” against trunnion on both front links. • To raise front of mower, loosen nut “F” from trunnion on both front links. Tighten nut “E” on both front links an equal number of turns. The two front links must remain equal in length. • When distance “D” is 1/8" to 1/2" lower at front than rear, tighten nut “F” against trunnion on both front links. • Recheck side-to-side adjustment. MANDREL PULLEY MANDREL PULLEY FIG. 20 01268 MANDREL “D” IDLER PULLEYS “D” FIG. 18 20 SERVICE AND ADJUSTMENTS TO CHECK AND ADJUST BRAKE (See Fig. 21) TO REPLACE MOTION DRIVE BELT (See Fig. 22) Your tractor is equipped with an adjustable brake system which is mounted on the right side of the transaxle. If tractor requires more than five (5) feet to stop at highest speed in highest gear on a level, dry concrete or paved surface, then brake must be checked and adjusted. Park the tractor on level surface. Engage parking brake. For assistance, there is a belt installation guide decal on bottom side of left footrest. BELT REMOVAL • Remove mower (See “TO REMOVE MOWER” in this section of manual). NOTE: Observe entire motion drive belt and position of all belt guides and keepers. • Disconnect clutch wire harness. • Remove clutch locator. • Remove belt from stationary idler and clutching idler. • Remove belt downward from engine pulley and around electric clutch. • Pull belt slack toward rear of tractor. Carefully remove belt upwards from transmission input pulley and over cooling fan blades. • Remove belt from center span keeper and pull belt away from tractor. TO CHECK BRAKE • Park tractor on a level, dry concrete or paved surface, depress brake pedal all the way down and engage parking brake. • Disengage transmission by placing freewheel control in “transmission disengaged” position. Pull freewheel control out and into the slot and release so it is held in the disengaged position. The rear wheels must lock and skid when you try to manually push the tractor forward. If the rear wheels rotate, the brake needs to be adjusted or the pads need to be replaced. TO ADJUST BRAKE • Depress brake pedal all the way down and engage parking brake. • Measure distance between brake operating arm and nut “A” on brake rod. • If distance is other than 1-9/16", loosen jam nut and turn nut “A” until distance becomes 1-9/16". Retighten jam nut against nut “A”. • Engage transmission by placing freewheel control in “transmission engaged” position. • Road test tractor for proper stopping distance as stated above. Readjust if necessary. If stopping distance is still greater than five (5) feet in highest gear, further maintenance is necessary. Replace brake pads or contact a qualified service center. BELT INSTALLATION • Carefully work new belt down around transmission cooling fan and onto the input pulley. • Slide belt into the center span keeper. • Pull belt toward front of tractor and roll belt around electric clutch and onto engine pulley. • Install belt through stationary idler and clutching idler. • Reinstall clutch locator and tighten nut securely. • Reconnect clutch harness. • Make sure belt is in all pulley grooves and inside all belt guides and keepers. • Install mower (See “TO INSTALL MOWER” in this section of manual). WITH PARKING BRAKE “ENGAGED” 1-9/16" ELECTRIC CLUTCH NUT “A” CLUTCH LOCATOR CLUTCHING IDLER JAM NUT STATIONARY IDLER CENTER SPAN KEEPER OPERATING ARM TRANSMISSION INPUT PULLEY CLUTCH WIRE HARNESS 02537 DO NOT TOUCH THIS NUT. IF FURTHER BRAKE ADJUSTMENT IS NECESSARY CONTACT YOUR NEAREST AUTHORIZED SERVICE CENTER/DEPARTMENT 01511 FIG. 21 FIG. 22 21 SERVICE AND ADJUSTMENTS TRANSMISSION REMOVAL/EPLACEMENT TO START ENGINE WITH A WEAK BATTERY (See Fig. 24) Should your transmission require removal for service or replacement, it should be purged after reinstallation and before operating the tractor. See “PURGE TRANSMISSION” in the Operation section of this manual. WARNING: Lead-acid batteries generate explosive gases. Keep sparks, flame and smoking materials away from batteries. Always wear eye protection when around batteries. TO ADJUST STEERING WHEEL ALIGNMENT If steering wheel crossbars are not horizontal (left to right) when wheels are positioned straight forward, remove steering wheel and reassemble per instructions in the Assembly section of this manual. If your battery is too weak to start the engine, it should be recharged. (See "BATTERY" in the Maintenance section of this manual). If “jumper cables” are used for emergency starting, follow this procedure: FRONT WHEEL TOE-IN/CAMBER The front wheel toe-in and camber are not adjustable on your tractor. If damage has occurred to affect the front wheel toe-in or camber, contact your nearest authorized service center/department. IMPORTANT: YOUR TRACTOR IS EQUIPPED WITH A 12 VOLT SYSTEM. THE OTHER VEHICLE MUST ALSO BE A 12 VOLT SYSTEM. DO NOT USE YOUR TRACTOR BATTERY TO START OTHER VEHICLES. TO REMOVE WHEEL FOR REPAIRS (See Fig. 23) TO ATTACH JUMPER CABLES • Connect one end of the RED cable to the POSITIVE (+) terminal of each battery(A-B), taking care not to short against tractor chassis. • Connect one end of the BLACK cable to the NEGATIVE (-) terminal (C) of fully charged battery. • Connect the other end of the BLACK cable (D) to good chassis ground, away from fuel tank and battery. • • Block up axle securely. Remove axle cover, retaining ring and washers to allow wheel removal (rear wheel contains a square key - Do not lose). • Repair tire and reassemble. • On rear wheels only: align grooves in rear wheel hub and axle. Insert square key. • Replace washers and snap retaining ring securely in axle groove. • Replace axle cover. NOTE: To seal tire punctures and prevent flat tires due to slow leaks, tire sealant may be purchased from your local parts dealer. Tire sealant also prevents tire dry rot and corrosion. TO REMOVE CABLES, REVERSE ORDER • BLACK cable first from chassis and then from the fully charged battery. • RED cable last from both batteries. WASHERS RETAINING RING 02614 WEAK OR DEAD BATTERY AXLE COVER FULLY CHARGED BATTERY FIG. 24 SQUARE KEY (REAR WHEEL ONLY) 3 0066 FIG. 23 22 SERVICE AND ADJUSTMENTS TO REPLACE HEADLIGHT BULB • • • • ENGINE Raise hood. Pull bulb holder out of the hole in the backside of the grill. Replace bulb in holder and push bulb holder securely back into the hole in the backside of the grill. Close hood. TO ADJUST THROTTLE CONTROL CABLE The throttle control has been preset at the factory and adjustment should not be necessary. If adjustment is necessary, see engine manual. TO ADJUST CHOKE CONTROL INTERLOCKS AND RELAYS The choke control has been preset at the factory and adjustment should not be necessary. If adjustment is necessary, see engne manual. Loose or damaged wiring may cause your tractor to run poorly, stop running, or prevent it from starting. • Check wiring. See electrical wiring diagram in the Repair Parts section. TO ADJUST CARBURETOR Your carburetor is not adjustable. If your engine does not operate properly due to suspected carburetor problems, take your tractor to an authorized service center for repair and/or adjustment. TO REPLACE FUSE Replace with 20 amp automotive-type plug-in fuse. The fuse holder is located behind the dash. TO REMOVE HOOD AND GRILL ASSEMBLY (See Fig. 25) • • • • Raise hood. Unsnap headlight wire connector. Stand in front of tractor. Grasp hood at sides, tilt toward engine and lift off of tractor. To replace, reverse above procedures. HOOD HEADLIGHT WIRE CONNECTOR 02141 FIG. 25 23 STORAGE Immediately prepare your tractor for storage at the end of the season or if the tractor will not be used for 30 days or more. ENGINE FUEL SYSTEM IMPORTANT: IT IS IMPORTANT TO PREVENT GUM DEPOSITS FROM FORMING IN ESSENTIAL FUEL SYSTEM PARTS SUCH AS CARBURETOR, FUEL FILTER, FUEL HOSE, OR TANK DURING STORAGE. ALSO, EXPERIENCE INDICATES THAT ALCOHOL BLENDED FUELS (CALLED GASOHOL OR USING ETHANOL OR METHANOL) CAN ATTRACT MOISTURE WHICH LEADS TO SEPARATION AND FORMATION OF ACIDS DURING STORAGE. ACIDIC GAS CAN DAMAGE THE FUEL SYSTEM OF AN ENGINE WHILE IN STORAGE. WARNING: Never store the tractor with gasoline in the tank inside a building where fumes may reach an open flame or spark. Allow the engine to cool before storing in any enclosure. TRACTOR • Empty the fuel tank by starting the engine and let it run until the fuel lines and carburetor are empty. • Never use engine or carburetor cleaner products in the fuel tank or permanent damage may occur. • Use fresh fuel next season. NOTE: Fuel stabilizer is an acceptable alternative in minimizing the formation of fuel gum deposits during storage. Add stabilizer to gasoline in fuel tank or storage container. Always follow the mix ratio found on stabilizer container. Run engine at least 10 minutes after adding stabilizer to allow the stabilizer to reach the carburetor. Do not empty the gas tank and carburetor if using fuel stabilizer. Remove mower from tractor for winter storage. When mower is to be stored for a period of time, clean it thoroughly, remove all dirt, grease, leaves, etc. Store in a clean, dry area. • Clean entire tractor (See “CLEANING” in the Maintenance section of this manual). • Inspect and replace belts, if necessary (See belt replacement instructions in the Service and Adjustments section of this manual). • Lubricate as shown in the Maintenance section of this manual. • Be sure that all nuts, bolts and screws are securely fastened. Inspect moving parts for damage, breakage and wear. Replace if necessary. • Touch up all rusted or chipped paint surfaces; sand lightly before painting. ENGINE OIL Drain oil (with engine warm) and replace with clean engine oil. (See “ENGINE” in the Maintenance section of this manual). BATTERY • • • • • CYLINDER(S) Fully charge the battery for storage. After a period of time in storage, battery may require recharging. To help prevent corrosion and power leakage during long periods of storage, battery cables should be disconnected and battery cleaned thoroughly (see “TO CLEAN BATTERY AND TERMINALS” in the Maintenance section of this manual). After cleaning, leave cables disconnected and place cables where they cannot come in contact with battery terminals. If battery is removed from tractor for storage, do not store battery directly on concrete or damp surfaces. • • • • Remove spark plug(s). Pour one ounce of oil through spark plug hole(s) into cylinder(s). Turn ignition key to “START” position for a few seconds to distribute oil. Replace with new spark plug(s). OTHER • • • • Do not store gasoline from one season to another. Replace your gasoline can if your can starts to rust. Rust and/or dirt in your gasoline will cause problems. If possible, store your tractor indoors and cover it to give protection from dust and dirt. Cover your tractor with a suitable protective cover that does not retain moisture. Do not use plastic. Plastic cannot breathe which allows condensation to form and will cause your tractor to rust. IMPORTANT: NEVER COVER TRACTOR WHILE ENGINE AND EXHAUST AREAS ARE STILL WARM. 24 TROUBLESHOOTING POINTS PROBLEM CAUSE Will not start 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Out of fuel. Engine not “CHOKED” properly. Engine flooded. Bad spark plug. Dirty air filter. Dirty fuel filter. Water in fuel. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Loose or damaged wiring. Carburetor out of adjustment. 8. 9. 10. Hard to start CORRECTION Engine valves out of adjustment. 10. Fill fuel tank. See “TO START ENGINE” in Operation section. Wait several minutes before attempting to start. Replace spark plug. Clean/replace air filter. Replace fuel filter. Empty fuel tank and carburetor, refill tank with fresh gasoline and replace fuel filter. Check all wiring. See “To Adjust Carburetor” in Service Adjustments section. Contact an authorized service center/department. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Dirty air filter. Bad spark plug. Weak or dead battery. Dirty fuel filter. Stale or dirty fuel. Loose or damaged wiring. Carburetor out of adjustment. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Engine valves out of adjustment. 8. Clean/replace air filter. Replace spark plug. Recharge or replace battery. Replace fuel filter. Empty fuel tank and refill tank with fresh, clean gasoline. Check all wiring. See “To Adjust Carburetor” in Service Adjustments section. Contact an authorized service center/department. Engine will not turn over 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Brake pedal not depressed. Attachment clutch is engaged. Weak or dead battery. Blown fuse. Corroded battery terminals. Loose or damaged wiring. Faulty ignition switch. Faulty solenoid or starter. Faulty operator presence switch(es). 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Depress brake pedal. Disengage attachment clutch. Recharge or replace battery. Replace fuse. Clean battery terminals. Check all wiring. Check/replace ignition switch. Check/replace solenoid or starter. Contact an authorized service center/department. Engine clicks but will not start 1. 2. 3. 4. Weak or dead battery. Corroded battery terminals. Loose or damaged wiring. Faulty solenoid or starter. 1. 2. 3. 4. Recharge or replace battery. Clean battery terminals. Check all wiring. Check/replace solenoid or starter. Loss of power 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Cutting too much grass/too fast. Throttle in “CHOKE” position. Build-up of grass, leaves and trash under mower. Dirty air filter. Low oil level/dirty oil. Faulty spark plug. Dirty fuel filter. Stale or dirty fuel. Water in fuel. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Raise cutting height/reduce speed. Adjust throttle control. Clean underside of mower housing. Clean/replace air filter. Check oil level/change oil. Clean and regap or change spark plug. Replace fuel filter. Empty fuel tank and refill tank with fresh, clean gasoline. Empty fuel tank and carburetor, refill tank with fresh gasoline and replace fuel filter. Connect and tighten spark plug wire. Clean engine air screen/fins. Clean/replace muffler. Check all wiring. See “To Adjust Carburetor” in Service Adjustments section. Contact an authorized service center/department. Excessive vibration 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. Spark plug wire loose. Dirty engine air screen/fins. Dirty/clogged muffler. Loose or damaged wiring. Carburetor out of adjustment. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. Engine valves out of adjustment. 15. 1. 2. 3. Worn, bent or loose blade. Bent blade mandrel. Loose/damaged part(s). 1. 2. 3. 25 Replace blade. Tighten blade bolt. Replace blade mandrel. Tighten loose part(s). Replace damaged parts. TROUBLESHOOTING POINTS PROBLEM CAUSE CORRECTION Engine continues to run when operator leaves seat with attachment clutch engaged 1. Faulty operator-safety presence control system. 1. Check wiring, switches and connections. If not corrected, contact an authorized service center/ department. Poor cut - uneven 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Worn, bent or loose blade. Mower deck not level. Buildup of grass, leaves, and trash under mower. Bent blade mandrel. Clogged mower deck vent holes from buildup of grass, leaves, and trash around mandrels. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Replace blade. Tighten blade bolt. Level mower deck. Clean underside of mower housing. Replace blade mandrel. Clean around mandrels to open vent holes. Mower blades will not rotate 1. 2. 3. 4. Obstruction in clutch mechanism. Worn/damaged mower drive belt. Frozen idler pulley. Frozen blade mandrel. 1. 2. 3. 4. Remove obstruction. Replace mower drive belt. Replace idler pulley. Replace blade mandrel. Poor grass discharge 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. Engine speed too slow. Travel speed too fast. Wet grass. Mower deck not level. Low/uneven tire air pressure. Worn, bent or loose blade. Buildup of grass, leaves and trash under mower. Mower drive belt worn. Blades improperly installed. Improper blades used. Clogged mower deck vent holes from buildup of grass, leaves, and trash around mandrels. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. Place throttle control in “FAST” position. Shift to slower speed. Allow grass to dry before mowing. Level mower deck. Check tires for proper air pressure. Replace/sharpen blade. Tighten blade bolt. Clean underside of mower housing. Replace mower drive belt. Reinstall blades sharp edge down. Replace with blades listed in this manual. Clean around mandrels to open vent holes. Headlight(s) not working (if so equipped) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Light switch is “OFF”. Bulb(s) or lamp(s) burned out. Faulty light switch. Loose or damaged wiring. Blown fuse. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Turn light switch “ON”. Replace bulb(s) or lamp(s). Check/replace light switch. Check wiring and connections. Replace fuse. Battery will not charge 1. 2. 3. 4. Bad battery cell(s). Poor cable connections. Faulty regulator (if so equipped). Faulty alternator. 1. 2. 3. 4. Replace battery. Check/clean all connections. Replace regulator. Replace alternator. Loss of drive 1. 2. 3. Freewheel control in “disengaged” position. Motion drive belt worn, damaged, or broken. Air trapped in transmission during shipment or servicing. 1. 2. 3. Place freewheel control in “engaged” position. Replace motion drive belt. Purge transmission. Engine “backfires” when turning engine “OFF” 1. Engine throttle control not set between half and full speed (fast) position before stopping engine. 1. Move throttle control between half and full speed (fast) position before stopping engine. 26 TRACTOR - MODEL NO. YTH1842XP (96011008300), PRODUCT NO. 960 11 00-83 SCHEMATIC 02887_188030 BLACK RED BATTERY SOLENOID RED RED A AMMETER (OPTIONAL) STARTER WHITE C WHITE M RED FUSE BLACK G RED WHITE BLACK G A2 A1 RED IGNITION SWITCH BLACK ELECTRIC CLUTCH H B A E CLUTCH / BRAKE (PEDAL UP) RED SEAT SWITCH (NOT OCCUPIED) D ORANGE BROWN BLACK L F M BLACK B S PTO (DISENGAGED) BLACK GROUNDING CONNECTOR HOUR METER BLUE BLACK (OPTIONAL) RED FUEL LINE SPARK PLUGS GAP (2 PLUGS ON TWIN CYL. ENGINES) IGNITION UNIT CHARGING SYSTEM OUTPUT 14 AMP DC @ 3600 RPM FUEL SHUT-OFF SOLENOID REGULATOR RED YELLOW ALTERNATOR 28 VOLTS AC @ 3600 RPM (REGULATOR DISCONNECTED) BROWN BLACK HEADLIGHTS IGNITION SWITCH POSITION CIRCUIT OFF M + G + A1 ON + LIGHTS B + A1 ON START B + A1 B + S + A1 “MAKE” NONE L + A2 NONE NONE WIRING INSULATED CLIPS NOTE: IF WIRING INSULATED CLIPS WERE REMOVED FOR SERVICING OF UNIT, THEY SHOULD BE REPLACED TO PROPERLY SECURE YOUR WIRING. 02887 G F C PTO SWITCH POSITION CIRCUIT OFF ON C + G, B + H C + F, B + E, A + D REMOVABLE CONNECTIONS 27 NON-REMOVABLE CONNECTIONS H E B D A PTO SWITCH CONNECTOR REPAIR PARTS TRACTOR - MODEL NO. YTH1842XP (96011008300), PRODUCT NO. 960 11 00-83 ELECTRICAL 22 79 21 42 24 80 40 26 81 25 16 33 30 50 10 0 46 60 A M P 6 S 0 11 45 27 28 188030 12 2 1 8 12 28 29 REPAIR PARTS TRACTOR - MODEL NO. YTH1842XP (96011008300), PRODUCT NO. 960 11 00-83 ELECTRICAL KEY NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION 1 2 8 10 11 12 16 21 22 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 33 40 41 42 43 45 46 50 79 80 81 532 14 49-27 874 76 04-12 532 12 48-86 532 14 52-11 532 15 01-09 532 14 57-69 532 17 61-38 532 17 56-88 532 00 41-52 532 14 61-48 532 00 88-60 532 17 51-58 873 51 04-00 532 14 54-91 532 19 27-49 532 17 55-66 532 14 04-01 532 18 80-30 817 72 04-08 532 13 15-63 532 17 88-61 532 17 75-00 532 17 75-01 532 17 46-51 532 17 52-42 532 14 66-85 532 10 97-48 Battery Bolt Hex Hd 1/4-20 unc x 3/4 Tray Battery Bolt Brt Frt 1/4-20 x 75 A uuinc Holddown Battery Front Mount Nut Push Nylon 1/4" Battery Frt Switch Interlock Push-In Harness Asm Light W/4152j Bulb Light #1156 Cable Battery 6 Ga. 22" red w/16 wire Cable Battery Fuse Nut Keps Hex 1/4-20 unc Cable Ground 6 Ga 21" black Switch Seat Switch Ign Key Ign Molded Generic Harness Ign. Screw 1/4-20 x 1/2 Cover Terminal Red Solenoid Ammeter Meter Hour Switch PTO Socket Asm. Bulb Twistlock Harness Clutch Relay Asm. NOTE: All component dimensions given in U.S. inches. 1 inch = 25.4 mm. 29 REPAIR PARTS TRACTOR - MODEL NO. YTH1842XP (96011008300), PRODUCT NO. 960 11 00-83 CHASSIS AND ENCLOSURES 17 29 278 10 217 161 10 278 30 28 90 278 159 31 9 209 54 58 209 155 213 54 214 158 278 11 209 20 64 59 209 209 209 209 144 26 209 142 60 1 26 154 143 209 144 26 60 142 2 278 26 145 37 13 37 209 14 74 38 206 209 38 chassis-stealth.stlt_27 30 14 209 REPAIR PARTS TRACTOR - MODEL NO. YTH1842XP (96011008300), PRODUCT NO. 960 11 00-83 CHASSIS AND ENCLOSURES KEY NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION 1 2 9 10 11 13 14 17 20 26 28 29 30 31 37 38 54 58 59 60 64 74 90 142 143 144 145 154 155 158 159 161 206 209 213 214 217 278 532 17 46-19 532 17 65-54 532 18 90-25 872 14 06-08 532 16 72-03 532 17 82-98 817 49 06-08 532 19 00-55 532 16 20-26 873 80 06-00 532 18 28-73 532 18 82-12 532 19 18-15 532 13 99-76 817 49 05-08 532 17 57-10 532 16 14-64 532 18 98-76 532 18 74-95 872 14 06-06 532 17 49-97 873 68 06-00 532 12 43-46 532 17 57-02 532 18 66-89 532 17 55-82 532 15 65-24 532 16 18-97 532 16 19-00 532 16 20-37 532 18 54-34 532 16 46-55 532 17 01-65 817 00 06-12 532 17 75-87 532 17 75-86 532 18 54-36 532 19 16-11 Chassis Stamping Drawbar Dash Bolt Rdhd Sqnk 3/8-16 unc x 1 Panel Dash Lh Panel Dash Rh Screw Thdrol 3/8-16 x 1/2 Hood Plate Mtg Battery/Fuel Tank Nut Lock w/Insert 3/8-16 unc Grille Light Box Asm (w/Lens) Fender Bracket Screw Thdrol 5/16-18 x 1/2 Bracket Asm Pivot Mower Rear Screw Hex Wshd 8-18 x 7/8 Duct Air Bushing Snap Bolt RDHD SQNK 3/8-16 x 3/4 Dash Lower Stlt Nut Crownlock 3/8-16 Nut Self-thd Wsh-Hd 1/4 Plate Reinforcement Bracket Swaybar Chassis Bracket Ft Rest Rod Pivot Chassis Hood Bracket Dash RH Bracket Dash LH Parking Brake Brkt Cupholder Extrusion Bumper Bolt Shoulder 5/16-18 Screw Hexwsh Thdr 3/8-16 c-x 3/4 Skirt Grille LH Skirt Grille RH Console Fuel Window Screw 10 x 3/4 Single Lead-Hex NOTE: All component dimensions given in U. S. inches 1 inch = 25.4 mm 31 REPAIR PARTS TRACTOR - MODEL NO. YTH1842XP (96011008300), PRODUCT NO. 960 11 00-83 DRIVE 57 120 89 63 33 144 66 221 69 219 19 59 221 274 61 224 19 214 276 221 96 222 51 220 21 234 241232 242 235 223 226 30 33 52 16 239 6 36 35 53 26 55 96 22 29 27 252 77 25 19 15 24 52 32 77 1 drive-hydro.stlt_57 120 28 95 241 151 51 49 37 231 239 253 39 34 19 238 27 47 36 237 52 32 38 62 221 48 20 51 223 150 65 251 228 217 244 35 19 263 233 273 272 223 226 227 218 202 50 41 229 223 19 240 23 9 225 236 52 56 74 30 75 78 76 32 REPAIR PARTS TRACTOR - MODEL NO. YTH1842XP (96011008300), PRODUCT NO. 960 11 00-83 DRIVE KEY NO. PART NO. 1 ------ 6 9 15 16 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 41 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 55 56 57 59 61 62 63 64 65 66 69 74 817 06 05-12 532 16 08-89 874 49 05-44 873 80 05-00 873 80 06-00 532 15 02-80 532 18 14-54 532 17 58-96 532 17 12-58 873 35 06-00 532 19 20-36 819 13 13-16 876 02 04-12 532 17 57-65 532 07 16-73 532 16 95-92 874 76 05-12 872 14 05-06 532 17 55-78 532 12 01-83 819 21 16-16 532 12 49-63 532 17 91-14 872 11 06-22 532 17 55-56 532 12 77-83 532 15 44-07 532 12 32-05 872 11 06-12 873 68 06-00 873 68 05-00 532 10 57-10 532 10 57-09 817 06 06-20 532 14 02-94 532 16 96-91 817 12 06-14 532 12 48-72 532 17 54-14 532 17 39-37 810 04 07-00 532 15 47-78 532 14 24-32 532 13 70-57 KEY NO. 75 76 77 78 89 95 96 120 144 150 151 202 214 217 218 219 220 221 222 223 224 225 226 227 228 229 231 232 233 234 235 236 237 238 239 240 241 242 243 244 251 253 254 263 272 273 274 276 DESCRIPTION Transaxle Hydro gear Model 3360510 (Order parts from transaxle manufacturer) Screw 5/16-18 Clutch Bolt Hex Flghd 5/16-18 Gr. 5 Nut Lock Hex W/Ins. 5/16-18 unc Nut Lock Hex W/Wsh 3/8-16 unc Bolt Knob Custom Control Cruise Rod, Brake Bracket Anti-Rotation Nut, Hex Jam 3/8-16 unc Spring, Brake Rod Washer Pin Cotter 1/8 x 3/4 CAD. Rod, Parking Brake Cap, Brake, Park Bracket, Transaxle Bolt Hex Hd 5/16-18 unc x 3/4 Bolt Shaft, Foot Pedal Bearing, Nylon Washer Pin, Roll Pulley, Composite Bolt Rdhd 3/8-16 unc x 2-3/4 Gr. 5 Keeper, Belt Idler Flat Pulley, Idler, V-Groove Bellcrank Clutch Grnd Drw Stl Retainer, Belt Bolt Carr. SH 3/8-16 x 1-1/2 Gr. 5 Nut Crownlock 3/8-16 unc Nut, Crownlock 5/16-18 unc Link, Clutch Spring, Return, Clutch Screw 3/8-16 x 1-1/4 V-Belt, Ground Drive Keeper, Center Span Screw 3/8-16 x .875 Cover, Pedal Pulley, Engine Bolt, Hex 7/16-20 x 4 Gr. 5 - 1.5 Thr. Washer Keeper Belt Engine Screw Hex Wsh Hi-Lo 1/4-1/2 unc Spacer, Axle PART NO. DESCRIPTION 532 12 17-49 Washer 25/32 x 1-1/4 x 16 Ga. 812 00 00-01 E-Ring 532 12 35-83 Key, Square 532 12 17-48 Washer 25/32 x 1-5/8 x 16 Ga. 532 19 19-15 Console, Shift 532 18 08-25 Rod Bypass 532 12 47-88 Retainer Spring 873 90 06-00 Nut Lock Flg 3/8-16 unc 819 11 10-16 Washer 11/32 x 5/8 x 16 Ga. 532 17 54-56 Spacer Retainer 819 13 32-10 Washer 13/32 x 2 x 10 Ga. 872 11 06-14 Bolt Carr Sh 3/8-16 x 1-3/4 Gr. 5 532 17 47-35 Link Transaxle 532 17 94-33 Pedal Reverse 532 17 47-13 Arm Control Pedal Reverse 532 17 48-39 Bracket Frest Pdl Ctrl. Hyd 532 17 47-11 Bracket Mtg. Pedal Control 872 14 06-06 Bolt Rdhd Sqnk 3/8-16 unc x 3/4 873 68 07-00 Nut Crownlock 7/16-14 unc 532 17 48-40 Washer Nylon 11/16 ID x .060 532 17 47-36 Pedal Forward 532 17 47-12 Arm Control Pedal Forward 532 17 49-02 Bolt Pivot Spacer 532 17 47-10 Cam Reverse Pedal LT 532 17 90-32 Bolt Shoulder 5/16-18 532 17 64-51 Washer Serrated 5/16 x .75 532 17 45-73 Strap Torque 532 17 55-70 Actuator Cruise Disengage 532 17 48-56 Pawl Control Cruise 532 17 48-58 Lever Control Cruise 532 17 48-57 Sector Control Cruise 532 12 89-03 Bolt Shoulder 3/8-16 unc 1/44 532 17 01-65 Bolt Shoulder 5/16-18 532 17 58-07 Arm Mtg. Cruise Sector 817 49 05-08 Screw Thdrol 5/16 x 1/2 532 17 56-10 Spring Return Cruise Control 873 93 04-00 Nut Centerlock 1/4-20 unc 874 78 04-12 Bolt Fin Hex 1/4-20 unc x .75 532 19 07-36 Bracket, Anti-Rotation 817 49 05-10 Screw 5/16-18 x 5/8 817 06 05-16 Screw 5/16-18 x 1 532 17 94-22 Washer .312 x .615 x 16 Ga. 817 00 06-16 Screw 817 00 06-12 Screw 3/8-16 x 3/4 817 67 05-08 Screw Thdrol 5/16-18 x 1/2 532 17 96-10 Pad Pedal Reverse 532 17 56-46 Cover Pedal Forward 532 17 80 62 Clip Retainer NOTE:All component dimensions give in U.S. inches. 1 inch = 25.4 mm. 33 REPAIR PARTS TRACTOR - MODEL NO. YTH1842XP (96011008300), PRODUCT NO. 960 11 00-83 STEERING ASSEMBLY 38 12 39 1 73 41 42 37 37 36 88 91 43 71 29 67 67 68 46 67 8 13 6 65 17 46 2 8 6 87 5 87 3 32 68 82 29 5 11 4 43 40 43 33 29 15 10 95 8 34 35 steering_stealth_prem_3 34 REPAIR PARTS TRACTOR - MODEL NO. YTH1842XP (96011008300), PRODUCT NO. 960 11 00-83 STEERING ASSEMBLY KEY NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION 1 2 3 4 5 6 8 10 11 12 13 15 17 29 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 46 65 67 68 71 73 82 87 88 91 95 532 16 66-27 532 18 47-06 532 16 98-40 532 16 98-39 532 12 49-31 532 12 17-48 812 00 00-29 532 17 51-21 810 04 06-00 873 94 08-00 532 13 65-18 532 14 52-12 532 17 78-83 817 00 06-12 532 17 18-88 819 11 12-16 810 04 05-00 873 54 05-00 532 15 51-05 532 15 29-27 532 16 66-26 819 18 24-11 873 54 06-00 532 15 99-45 532 19 01-12 532 12 17-49 532 12 12-32 532 16 03-67 872 11 06-18 532 16 98-27 532 17 51-46 532 17 75-93 532 16 98-35 532 17 39-66 532 17 51-18 532 17 55-53 532 18 89-67 Wheel Steering Axle Cast Lt Machined Spindle Asm LH Spindle Asm RH Bearing Race Thrust Harden Washer 25/32 x 1-5/8 x 16 Ga. Ring Klip #t5304-75 Link Drag Washer Lock Hvy Hlcl Spr 3/8 Nut Hex Jam Toplock 1/2-20 unf Spacer Brg Axle Front Nut Hex Flange Lock Shaft Asm Strg Screw 3/8-16 x 3/4 Rod Tie Washer 11/32 x 3/4 x 16 Ga. Washer Lock Hvy Helical 5/16 Nut Crown Lock 5/16-24 unf Bushing Strg Screw Insert Cap Strg Wh Washer 9/16 x 1-1/2 Lock nut Adaptor Wheel Strg Boot Steering Washer 25/32 x 1 1/4 x 16 Ga. Cap Spindle Fr Top Blk Spacer Brace Axle Bolt Rdhd Sq 3/8-16 x 2-1/4 Axle, Brace Steering Asm Extension Steering Bracket Susp Chassis Front Washer Flat .781 x 1-1/2 x .14 Bolt Shoulder 7/16-20 Clip Steering Washer Hardened NOTE: All component dimensions given in U.S. inches. 1 inch = 25.4 mm. 35 REPAIR PARTS TRACTOR - MODEL NO. YTH1842XP (96011008300), PRODUCT NO. 960 11 00-83 ENGINE 3 2 1 8 14 38 13 10 81 25 105 105 6 5 32 101 31 33 37 112 41 45 33 23 29 OPTIONAL EQUIPMENT 4 Spark Arrester KEY NO. PART NO. 1 2 3 532 17 83-85 Control Throttle 532 17 18-75 Screw HWHD Hi-Low # 13-16 x 5/8 -------Engine KAWA FH531V (Order Parts from Engine Manufacturer) 532 14 97-23 Muffler Asm Twin Lo-Tone 532 17 60-67 Exhaust Tube Lh 532 17 60-68 Exhaust Tube Rh 532 17 18-77 Bolt 5/16-18 unc x 3/4 W/Sems 532 14 66-29 Shield Browning - - - - - - - - - Gasket Muffler (Order from Engine Manufacturer) 532 14 84-56 Tube Drain Oil Easy 532 16 98-37 Shield Browning 532 19 15-96 Control Choke 532 13 71-80 Kit Spark Arrestor (Flat Scrn) 532 17 90-22 Tank Fuel 4 5 6 8 10 13 14 23 25 29 31 engine-kawasaki_7 DESCRIPTION 36 KEY NO. PART NO. 32 33 37 38 532 18 18-03 532 12 34-87 532 14 21-58 ---------- 41 45 81 101 105 112 532 13 92-77 817 00 06-12 873 51 04-00 532 18 43-62 817 12 06-16 532 12 49-52 DESCRIPTION Cap Asm Fuel Clamp Hose Blk Line Fuel Plug Drain Oil Easy (Order Parts from Engine Manufacturer) Stem Tank Fuel Screw Hexwsh Thdr 3/8-16 x 3/4 Nut Keps Hex 1/4-20 Nut Flange M8-1.25 Screw 3/8-16 x 1 Bushing NOTE: All component dimensions given in U.S. inches 1 inch = 25.4 mm REPAIR PARTS TRACTOR - MODEL NO. YTH1842XP (96011008300), PRODUCT NO. 960 11 00-83 SEAT ASSEMBLY 1 8 8 9 14 9 7 7 10 5 6 22 21 2 24 5 16 25 15 11 4 13 17 3 12 seat_lt.knob_13 KEY NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 532 18 49-95 532 14 05-51 871 11 06-16 819 13 16-10 532 14 50-06 873 80 06-00 532 12 41-81 817 00 06-16 819 13 16-14 532 18 24-93 532 16 63-69 532 17 46-48 532 12 12-48 Seat Bracket Pivot Seat 8 720 Bolt Fin Hex 3/8-16 x 1 Washer Flat 13/32 x 1.0 x 10 Ga. Clip Push-In Nut Hex w/Ins. 3/8-16 unc Spring Seat Cprsn 2 250 Blk Zi Screw 3/8-16 x 1 Washer 13/32 x 1.0 x 14 Ga. Pan Seat Knob Seat Adj Wingnut Bracket Mounting Switch Bushing Snap Blk Nyl 50 Id KEY NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION 14 15 16 17 21 22 24 25 872 05 04-12 532 12 12-49 532 12 37-40 532 12 39-76 532 17 18-52 873 80 05-00 819 17 19-12 532 12 70-18 Bolt Rdhd Sqnk 1/4-20 x 1-1/2 Spacer Split 28 x .88 Zinc Spring Cprsn Plate Nut Lock 1/4 Lge Flg Gr. 5 Zinc Bolt Shoulder 5/16-18 unc Nut Hex Lock W/Ins 5/16-18 Washer 17/32 x 1 -3/16 x 12 Ga. Bolt Shoulder 5/16-18 x 62 NOTE: All component dimensions given in U.S. inches. 1 inch = 25.4 mm 37 REPAIR PARTS TRACTOR - MODEL NO. YTH1842XP (96011008300), PRODUCT NO. 960 11 00-83 DECALS 17 7 9 3 12 12 3 17 4 16 10 2 6 15 1 13 14 KEY NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION 1 2 3 4 6 7 9 10 12 13 532 16 88-69 532 14 50-05 532 18 89-21 532 17 83-02 532 14 08-37 532 18 89-25 532 19 57-66 532 14 54-98 532 19 63-24 532 18 21-66 Decal Tick Mark Decal Battery Decal Hood RH/LH Decal Operator Cruise Decal Brake Parking Decal Wheel Steering Decal Fender Husq Decal Read Owner's Manual Syms Decal Hood Decal Cutfinger WHEELS & TIRES 1 2 5,8 7 4,10 3,9 6 11 KEY NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION 14 15 16 17 ------ 532 16 03-96 532 17 91-28 532 15 97-37 532 15 97-36 532 16 25-98 532 18 14-95 532 18 14-96 532 16 69-60 532 19 63-26 Decal V-Belt Schematic Decal Deck "B" 42" Decal Brake/Clutch Symbol Decal Chassis Hot Muffler Decal Draw Bar Load Limit Pad Footrest LH Pad Footrest RH Decal By Pass Hydro Manual Owner's (English) KEY NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 -- 532 05 91-92 532 06 51-39 532 10 62-22 532 05 99-04 532 13 83-36 532 12 49-57 532 12 49-59 532 13 83-37 532 12 20-82 532 12 49-26 532 17 50-39 532 14 43-34 Cap Valve Tire Stem Valve Tire F Ts 15 x 6.0 - 6 Service Tube Front (Service Item Only) Rim Asm 6" front Silver Service Fitting Grease (Front Wheel Only) Bearing Flange (Front Wheel Only) Rim Asm 8" rear Silver Service Tire R Ts 20 x 10-8 C Service Tube Rear (Service Item Only) Cap Axle Blk 1 50 x 1 00 Sealant, Tire (10 oz. Tube) NOTE: All component dimensions given in U.S. inches 1 inch = 25.4 mm wheel_1 38 REPAIR PARTS TRACTOR - MODEL NO. YTH1842XP (96011008300), PRODUCT NO. 960 11 00-83 MOWER LIFT 29 28 27 25 24 23 7 8 41 5 37 49 30 38 40 36 13 4 1 3 50 26 6 2 11 6 5 4 12 13 19 13 20 31 32 13 15 19 20 31 32 KEY NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 11 12 13 15 16 17 18 19 20 23 24 532 15 94-61 532 15 94-76 532 18 88-22 812 00 00-02 819 21 16-21 532 12 01-83 532 12 56-31 532 12 45-26 532 13 98-65 532 13 98-66 532 12 46-70 532 17 32-88 873 35 08-00 532 17 56-89 873 80 08-00 532 13 98-68 532 16 35-52 532 11 08-07 819 13 10-16 Wire Asm Inner/Spring W/Plunger LT Shaft Asm Lift RH w/Inf Pin Groove E Ring # 5133-62 Washer 21/32 x 1 x 21 Ga. Bearing Nylon Blk 629 Id Grip Handle Fluted Blk Button Plunger Black Link Lift LH Link Lift RH Retainer Spring Link Front Nut Jam Hex 1/2-13 unc Trunnion Nut Lock w/Wsh 1/2-13 unc Arm Suspension Rear Retainer Spring Nut Special Washer 13/32 x 5/8 x 16 Ga. 20 17 18 20 16 15 lift-rh.1pc.stlt_10 KEY NO. 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 36 37 38 40 41 49 50 PART NO. 532 16 40-24 532 16 94-84 532 16 45-43 873 35 06-00 532 13 80-57 532 15 02-33 532 16 98-65 873 54 06-00 532 15 50-97 532 12 39-35 817 06 05-16 819 11 24-10 532 15 50-98 532 14 52-12 532 11 04-52 DESCRIPTION Spring Retainer Clip Rod Adj Lift Nut Hex Jam 3/8-16 unc Knob Inf 3/8-16 unc Blk W/sym Trunnion Infin Height Bearing PVT Lift Nut Crownlock 3/8-24 Indicator Height STLT Plug Hole Blk 1.485/1.515 Dia. Screw 5/16-18 x 1 Washer 11/32 x 1-1/2 10 Ga. Scale Ind. Height Blk. Nut Hex Flange Lock Nut, Push Phos & Oil NOTE: All component dimensions given in U.S. inches 1 inch = 25.4 mm 39 REPAIR PARTS TRACTOR - MODEL NO. YTH1842XP (96011008300), PRODUCT NO. 960 11 00-83 MOWER DECK 68 40 37 36 40 143 159 46 144 45 150 40 37 132 91 145 44 184 59 56 55 94 54 21 5 134 135 182 148 95 132 30 140 21 5 21 136 21 116 134 139 21 117 183 146 33 32 31 119 113 118 2 136 118 119 117 2 116 21 34 21 2 23 1 24 25 138 26 28 113 29 2 27 16 130 131 129 92 15 14 20 18 92 3 61 4 18 149 13 5 6 11 19 21 10 9 8 40 42_D.elec.t-path.adjwl.stlt_3 REPAIR PARTS TRACTOR - MODEL NO. YTH1842XP (96011008300), PRODUCT NO. 960 11 00-83 MOWER DECK KEY NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION 1 2 3 4 5 6 8 9 10 11 13 14 15 16 18 19 20 21 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 36 40 44 45 46 54 55 56 59 61 532 18 54-38 872 14 05-06 532 13 80-17 532 16 54-60 532 12 46-70 532 17 80-24 532 85 08-57 810 03 06-00 532 14 02-96 532 13 89-71 532 13 76-45 532 12 87-74 532 11 04-85 532 17 44-93 872 14 05-05 532 13 28-27 532 15 97-70 873 68 05-00 532 17 75-63 532 10 53-04 532 12 37-13 532 11 04-52 532 17 18-59 819 11 10-16 532 13 14-91 532 17 39-84 532 18 76-90 532 17 34-36 532 17 83-42 872 11 06-12 532 17 34-38 873 90 06-00 532 14 00-88 532 12 47-88 532 13 77-29 532 17 85-15 532 15 50-46 532 12 20-52 532 17 34-42 532 17 48-82 Mower Deck Assembly, 42” Bolt Bracket Assembly,Sway Bar, Front Bracket Sway Bar 42” Deck Retainer Spring Bar Sway Deck Bolt, Hex 3/8-24 x 1.25 Gr. 8 Washer, Lock Washer, Hardened Blade Mower Shaft Assembly, Mandrel, Vented Housing, Mandrel, Vented Bearing, Ball, Mandrel Stripper Bolt, Carriage 5/16-18 x 5/8 Bolt, Shoulder Baffle, Vortex Nut Crownlock 5/16-18 unc Bracket, Deflector Cap, Sleeve Spring, Torsion, Deflector Nut, Push Shield, Deflector Washer 11/32 x 5/8 x 16 Ga. Rod, Hinge Screw Thdrol Hex Washer, Spacer Pulley, Mandrel Nut, Toplock, Flanged Bolt Pulley, Idler, Flat Nut Lock Flg. 3/8-16 unc Guard, Mandrel, L.H. Retainer Screw, Thd. Roll 1/4-20 x 5/8 Washer, Hardened Arm, Idler Spacer, Retainer Guard, TUV Idler Spring Ext Elect Clutch 42” Dck KEY NO. PART NO. 68 91 92 94 95 113 116 117 118 119 129 130 131 132 134 135 136 138 139 140 143 144 145 146 148 149 150 159 182 183 184 -- 532 17 48-83 532 18 05-32 873 80 06-00 532 13 22-64 532 18 05-33 817 06 05-12 532 19 34-06 532 17 48-73 873 93 06-00 819 12 14-14 819 13 13-12 874 78 06-16 872 14 06-08 817 00 06-12 532 15 69-41 532 17 80-74 532 15 59-86 532 17 80-75 532 17 80-77 532 17 80-76 532 15 71-09 532 17 34-41 532 17 34-37 532 17 34-43 532 16 90-22 532 16 58-98 819 09 12-10 872 14 06-14 532 17 91-26 532 16 35-52 819 13 14-10 532 13 07-94 DESCRIPTION V-Belt Bracket Asm Noseroller Lh Nut Lock Hex 3/8-16 Roller Nose 38"-50" Bracket Asm Noseroller Rh Screw 5/16-18 x 3/4 Tap R Bolt, Shoulder Wheel, Gauge Nut, Centerlock 3/8-16 Washer 3/8 x 7/8 x 14 Ga. Washer 13/32 x 13/16 x Ga. Bolt Fin Hex 3/8-16 unc x 1 Gr.5 Bolt Rdhd Sqnk 3/8-16 unc x 1 Screw 3/8-16 x .75 Pin Head Rivet Bracket Asm Whl GA R LH Bar Adjusting GA WHL Bracket Asm Whl GA R RH Bracket Asm Whl GA F RH Bracket Asm Whl GA F LH Bracket Arm Idler 42” Keeper Belt 42” Clutch Cable Pulley Idler Flat Bolt Carriage Idler Spring Return Idler Retainer Spring Yellow Zinc Washer 9/32 x 3/4 x 10 Ga. Bolt Rdhd Sqn 3/8-16 unc x 1- 3/4 Rod Roller Nose Retainer Spring Washer 13/32 x 7/8 x 10 Ga. Mandrel Assembly (Includes Housing, Shaft and Shaft Hardware Only - Pulley Not Included) -532 17 60-50 Replacement Mower, Complete (Std. Deck-Order separately nose roller and guage wheel components key nos. 91, 94, 95, 132, 182, 183 and 5, 116-119) NOTE: All component dimensions given in U.S. inche 1 inch = 25.4 mm 41 SUGGESTED GUIDE FOR SIGHTING SLOPES FOR SAFE OPERATION FOL D AL ONG THIS DOT IS A TED 15 D LINE EGR EE S LOP E 42 ONLY RIDE UP AND DOWN HILL, NOT ACROSS HILL 15 DEGREES MAX. WARNING: To avoid serious injury, operate your tractor up and down the face of slopes, never across the face. Do not mow slopes greater than 15 degrees. Make turns gradually to prevent tipping or loss of control. Exercise extreme caution when changing direction on slopes. 1. Fold this page along dotted line indicated above. 2. Hold page before you so that its left edge is vertically parallel to a tree trunk or other upright structure. 3. Sight across the fold in the direction of hill slope you want to measure. 4. Compare the angle of the fold with the slope of the hill. 43 The product must exhibit reasonable care, maintenance, operation, storage and general upkeep as written in the maintenance section of the Owner’s/Operator’s manual. Should an operational problem or failure occur, the product should not be used, but delivered as is to an authorized Husqvarna dealer for evaluation. Proof of purchase, as explained in section 6, rests solely with the customer. 90 Day Warranty: Automatic Mower, Chain saws, power cutters, stump grinders, pole saws, pole pruners, snow throwers, model series 580 & 600 walk-behind mowers and commercial turf equipment or any Husqvarna product used for commercial, institutional, professional, or income producing purposes or use except as otherwise provided herein. The following items are not covered by this warranty: (1)Normal customer maintenance items which become worn through normal regular use, including, but not limited to, belts, blades, blade adapters, bulbs, filters, guide bars, lubricants, rewind springs, saw chain, spark plugs, starter ropes and tines; (2)Natural discoloration of material due to ultraviolet light; (3)Engine and drive systems not manufactured by Husqvarna; these items are covered by the respective manufacturer’s warranty as provided in writing with the product information supplied at the time of purchase; all claims must be sent to the appropriate manufacturer; (4)Lawn and garden attachments are covered by a third party which gives a warranty, all claims for warranty should be sent to the manufacturer; and (5)Emission Control System components necessary to comply with CARB-TIER-II and EPA regulations which are manufactured by third party engine manufacturer. SECTION 3: ITEMS NOT COVERED BY THIS WARRANTY Husqvarna will repair or replace defective components without charge for parts or labor if a component fails because of a defect in material or workmanship during the warranty period. SECTION 2: HUSQVARNA’S OBLIGATIONS UNDER THE WARRANTY 30 Day Warranty: Replacement parts, accessories including bars and chains, tools and display items. HUSQVARNA 7349 Statesville Road Charlotte, NC 28269 531 83 81-23 2002 To obtain the benefit of this warranty, the product believed to be defective must be delivered to an authorized Husqvarna dealer in a timely manner, no later than thirty (30) days from date of the operational problem or failure. The product must be delivered at the owner’s expense. Pick-up and delivery charges are not covered by this warranty. An authorized Husqvarna dealer can be normally located through the “Yellow Pages” of the local telephone directory or by calling 1-800-HUSKY62 for a dealer in your area. Proof of purchase must be presented to the authorized Husqvarna dealer in order to obtain warranty service. This proof must include date purchased, model number, serial number, and complete name and address of the selling dealer. It is the Owner’s and Dealer’s responsibility to make certain that the Warranty Registration Card is properly filled out and mailed to Husqvarna Forest & Garden Company. This card should be mailed within ten (10) days from the date of purchase in order to confirm the warranty and to facilitate post-sale service. SECTION 6: PROCEDURE TO OBTAIN WARRANTY CONSIDERATION SECTION 5: CUSTOMER RESPONSIBILITIES Batteries have a one-year prorated limited warranty with 100% replacement during the first 6 months. Husqvarna Safety Apparel carries a 90-day warranty from the date of the customer’s original purchase for defects in material and workmanship. Normal wear, tear or abuse is not covered under warranty. Product must be returned to Charlotte with a warranty claim form. All care and maintenance instructions must be followed as stated by the manufacturer on the care label. The fit of the protective apparel/boot is not covered under warranty. Some states do not allow the exclusion of incidental or consequential damages, or limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, so the above limitations or exclusions may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state. REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT AS PROVIDED UNDER THIS WARRANTY IS THE EXCLUSIVE REMEDY OF THE PURCHASER. HUSQVARNA SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES FOR BREACH OF ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTY ON THESE PRODUCTS EXCEPT TO THE EXTENT PROHIBITED BY APPLICABLE LAW. ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ON THESE PRODUCTS IS LIMITED IN DURATION TO THE WARRANTY PERIOD AS DEFINED IN THE LIMITED WARRANTY STATEMENT. HUSQVARNA RESERVES THE RIGHT TO CHANGE OR IMPROVE THE DESIGN OF THE PRODUCT WITHOUT NOTICE, AND DOES NOT ASSUME OBLIGATION TO UPDATE PREVIOUSLY MANUFACTURED PRODUCTS. This warranty shall be inapplicable to defects resulting from the following: (1)Accident, abuse, misuse, negligence and neglect, including stale fuel, dirt, abrasives, moisture, rust, corrosion, or any adverse reaction due to incorrect storage or use habits; (2)Failure to operate or maintain the unit in accordance with the Owner’s/Operator’s manual or instruction sheet furnished by Husqvarna; (3)Alterations or modifications that change the intended use of the product or affects the product’s performance, operation, safety, or durability, or causes the product to fail to comply with any applicable laws; or: (4)Additional damage to parts or components due to continued use occurring after any of the above. SECTION 4: EXCEPTIONS AND LIMITATIONS WARRANTY STATEMENT 1 Year Warranty: Power cutters, stump grinder, pole pruners and pole saws for non-commercial, non-professional, non-institutional or non-income producing use. All trimmers, brushcutters, clearing saws, hovering trimmers, stick edgers, backpack blowers, hand held blowers, hedge trimmers, power-assist collection systems used for commercial, institutional, professional or income producing purposes or use. Emission control system components necessary to comply with CARB-TIER-II and EPA regulations, except for those components which are part of engine systems manufactured by third party engine manufacturers for which the purchaser has received a separate warranty with product information supplied at time of purchase. 2 Year NON-COMMERCIAL Warranty: Automatic Mower, Riding lawn mowers, yard and garden tractors, walk behind mowers, tillers, chain saws, trimmers, brushcutters, clearing saws, snow blowers, handheld blowers, backpack blowers, hedge trimmers, electrical products and power-assist collection systems for noncommercial, nonprofessional, noninstitutional or nonincome producing use, except as herein stated. 2 Year COMMERCIAL-Warranty: Husqvarna Commercial Turf Equipment—zero turn riders, wide area walks, and ground engaging commercial equipment. 3 Year Warranty: Spindles (on Zero Turn Riders and Commercial Walk-Behinds) Husqvarna Forest & Garden Company (“Husqvarna”) warrants Husqvarna product to the original purchaser to be free from defects in material and workmanship from the date of purchase for the “Warranty Period” of the product as set forth below: Lifetime Warranty: All tiller tines against breakage, trimmer shafts, ignition coils and modules on hand held product. SECTION 1: LIMITED WARRANTY 01960_husqvarna 532 19 63-26 12.03.04 RD 01960_husqvarna Printed in U.S.A.