heavy duty sod cutter - Celtic Distributors Ltd

HEAVY DUTY SODCUTTER 11HP HONDA 16"
544854G
Rev. A 08-2011
MAN 4167007
HEAVY DUTY SODCUTTER 11HP HONDA 18"
OPERATOR'S / PARTS MANUAL
544853G
HEAVY DUTY
SOD CUTTER
IMPORTANT MESSAGE
Thank you for purchasing this Schiller Grounds Care, Inc. product. You have purchased a world class product,
one of the best designed and built anywhere.
This machine comes with an Operation /Safety/ Parts Manual. The useful life and good service you receive from
this machine depends to a large extent on how well you read and understand this manual. Treat your machine
properly, lubricate and adjust it as instructed, and it will give you many years of reliable service.
Your safe use of this Schiller Grounds Care, Inc. product is one of our prime design objectives. Many safety
features are built in, but we also rely on your good sense and care to achieve accident-free operation. For best
protection, study the manual thoroughly. Learn the proper operation of all controls. Observe all safety precautions. Follow all instructions and warnings completely. Do not remove or defeat any safety features. Make sure
those who operate this machine are as well informed and careful in its use as you are.
See a Ryan dealer for any service or parts needed. Schiller Grounds Care, Inc. service ensures that you continue
to receive the best results possible from Schiller Grounds Care, Inc. products. You can trust Ryan replacement
parts because they are manufactured with the same high precision and quality as the original parts.
Schiller Grounds Care, Inc. designs and builds its equipment to serve many years in a safe and productive manner. For longest life, use this machine only as directed in the manual, keep it in good repair and follow safety
warnings and instructions. You'll always be glad you did.
Schiller Grounds Care, Inc.
One Bob Cat Lane
Johnson Creek, WI 53038-0469
TABLE OF CONTENTS................................................................................................. PAGE
SAFETY..........................................................................................................................................................2-6
LABELS.......................................................................................................................................................... 7,8
SET-UP......................................................................................................................................................... 9,10
CONTROLS..................................................................................................................................................... 11
OPERATION...............................................................................................................................................12-15
ADJUSTMENTS......................................................................................................................................... 16,17
BELT / CHAIN REPLACEMENT................................................................................................................. 18,19
MAINTENANCE / SERVICE.......................................................................................................................20-36
STORAGE....................................................................................................................................................... 37
TROUBLESHOOTING............................................................................................................................... 38,39
ACCESSORIES............................................................................................................................................. .40
SPECIFICATIONS.......................................................................................................................................................41
NOTES......................................................................................................................................................................... 42
PARTS SECTION.............................................................................................................................................43
CUT-OFF CLUTCH...............................................FIGURE 1..................................................................... 44,45
GEAR CASE.........................................................FIGURE 2......................................................................46,47
GEAR CASE (CON'T)...........................................FIGURE 3......................................................................48,49
ENGINE, MOUNT, & COVERS.............................FIGURE 4......................................................................50,51
CONTROL HANDLES, PITMAN, & SIDE ARMS..FIGURE 5......................................................................52,53
BLADE, MOUNTS, ROCKER ARMS & RAM........FIGURE 6......................................................................54,55
CUT-OFF CASE, METERING WHEEL.................FIGURE 7......................................................................56,57
HANDLEBARS......................................................FIGURE 8......................................................................58,59
REAR SHEELS.....................................................FIGURE 9......................................................................60,61
ACCESSORIES (ROLL DIVERTER)....................FIGURE 10.....................................................................62,63
ACCESSORIES (SULKY ROLLER).....................FIGURE 11.....................................................................64,65
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SAFETY
HEAVY DUTY
SOD CUTTER
NOTICE !!!
Unauthorized modifications may present extreme
safety hazards to operators and bystanders and
could also result in product damage.
This symbol means:
ATTENTION!
BECOME ALERT!
Your safety and the safety of others is involved.
Schiller Grounds Care, Inc. strongly warns against,
rejects and disclaims any modifications, add-on
accessories or product alterations that are not
designed, developed, tested and approved by Schiller
Grounds Care, Inc. Engineering Department. Any
Schiller Grounds Care, Inc. product that is altered,
modified or changed in any manner not specifically
authorized after original manufacture–including the
addition of “after-market” accessories or component
parts not specifically approved by Schiller Grounds
Care, Inc. will result in the Schiller Grounds Care,
Inc. Warranty being voided.
Any and all liability for personal injury and/or
property damage caused by any unauthorized
modifications, add-on accessories or products not
approved by Schiller Grounds Care, Inc. will be
considered the responsibility of the individual(s) or
company designing and/or making such changes.
Schiller Grounds Care, Inc. will vigorously pursue
full indemnification and costs from any party
responsible for such unauthorized post-manufacture
modifications and/or accessories should personal
injury and/or property damage result.
Signal word definitions:
The signal words below are used to identify levels
of hazard seriousness. These words appear in this
manual and on the safety labels attached to Schiller
Grounds Care, Inc. machines. For your safety and
the safety of others, read and follow the information
given with these signal words and/or the symbol
shown above.
DANGER indicates a hazardous situation which,
if not avoided, WILL result in death or serious
injury.
WARNING indicates a hazardous situation which,
if not avoided, COULD result in death or serious
injury.
CAUTION indicates a hazardous situation which,
if not avoided, COULD result in minor or moderate
injury. It may also be used to alert against unsafe
practices or property damage.
CAUTION used without the safety alert symbol
indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if
not avoided, MAY result in property damage.
MODEL NUMBER: This number appears on sales literature, technical manuals and price lists.
SERIAL NUMBER: This number appears only on your unit. It contains the model number followed consecutively by the serial number. Use this number when ordering parts or seeking warranty information.
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SAFETY
HEAVY DUTY
SOD CUTTER
PREPARING FOR SAFE OPERATION
Operator preparation and training
SITE PREPARATION AND CIRCUMSTANCES
Read the Operation & Safety
Manual
– If an operator or mechanic
cannot read English, it is
the owner's responsibility
to explain this material to
them. If any portion of this
material is unclear, contact
your factory representative for clarification.
– Evaluate the terrain to determine how to safely
perform the job. Use only accessories and
attachments approved by the manufacturer.
– Become familiar with the safe operation of the
equipment, operator controls and safety signs.
Be prepared to stop the engine quickly in an
emergency. Do not operate or allow another
person to operate this machine if there are any
questions about safety.
– All operators and mechanics should be trained.
The owner is responsible for training the users.
– Wear appropriate clothing, including safety
goggles or safety glasses with side shields when
operating. Do not operate barefoot or wearing
open sandals. Long hair, loose clothing or jewelry
may get tangled in moving parts.
– Wear hearing protection.
– Wear safety glasses.
– Never allow underage children, unskilled
or improperly trained people to operate this
equipment. Local regulations can restrict the age
of the operator.
– Keep warning labels and this operator's manual
legible and intact. Replacement labels and
manuals are available from the factory.
– Clear the area to be cut of objects such as rocks,
toys, wire or other debris that may be thrown or
get tangled in the sod cutter.
– Be sure the area is clear of pets and people,
especially young children. Never assume they
will remain where you last saw them. Stop the
machine if any enter the area.
– Cut sod only in daylight or in good artificial light.
MACHINE PREPARATION
– Check operator presence interlock system and
brake operation. Adjust or repair any problems
before using the machine.
– Do not tamper with or defeat safety devices.
Keep guards, shields and interlock safety devices
in place and in proper working condition. They
are there for your protection.
– Keep all fasteners such as nuts, bolts and pins
well secured.
– Visually inspect the blade and blade bolts for
wear or damage. Replace worn or damaged
blades and bolts.
– Verify that the machine and attachments, if any,
are in good operating condition.
– Do not engage the blade until you are ready to
cut sod.
– Do not operate machine while under the
influence of drugs or alcohol.
– The owner/user can prevent and is responsible
for accidents or injuries occurring to themselves,
other people or property.
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SAFETY
OPERATING SAFELY
IN GENERAL
– Use extra care when loading or unloading the
machine into a trailer or truck.
– Use caution when making turns and crossing
roads and sidewalks. Stop the blade when not
cutting sod.
– Do not run the engine in an enclosed area where
dangerous carbon monoxide fumes can collect.
– Never leave a machine unattended. Always
turn off blade and stop engine when leaving the
operator position. When leaving the machine be
sure the wheel drive clutch is engaged.
– Use extreme caution when reversing or pulling
machine towards you.
HEAVY DUTY
SOD CUTTER
INTERRUPTING OPERATION
- Before leaving the operator's position:
- Park on level ground.
- Disengage the master clutch.
- Shut off the engine.
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STARTING
– Start unit according to instructions in this manual
or on the machine.
– Before attempting to start the engine, make sure
the master clutch is disengaged.
_ When starting the engine, make sure hands and
feet are clear of the blade.
– Do not change engine governor settings or
overspeed the engine. Operating the engine
at excessive speed can increase the hazard of
personal injury.
OPERATING ON SLOPES
USE EXTRA CARE WHEN WORKING ON SLOPES
Ultimate responsibility for safe operation on slopes
rests with the operator.
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Do not operate on steep slopes.
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Keep all movement on slopes slow and gradual.
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Do not cut sod near drop-offs, ditches or embankments. The machine could suddenly turn over if a
wheel runs over the edge or an edge caves in.
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Do not turn on slopes unless necessary, and then
turn slowly and downhill when possible.
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Be sure of your footing on slopes.
Stop the engine, disengage the master clutch
and wait until the blade stops moving:
- before refueling;
- before making blade adjustment .
Stop the engine, disengage the master clutch,
and disconnect the spark plug wire(s):
- before clearing blockages;
- before checking, cleaning or working on the
machine;
- after striking a foreign object. Inspect the
machine for damage and make repairs before
restarting;
- if the machine begins to vibrate abnormally
shut off machine immediately. Inspect and
make repairs as needed before restarting;
- except for repairs or adjustments as specifically
noted, such as for carburetor adjustment,
where the engine must be running. Keep
hands and feet clear of moving parts in these
circumstances.
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Allow the blade to come to a complete stop when
stopping operation to clear blockages, unclog,
inspect the machine, do maintenance or repair.
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Reduce the throttle setting during engine shutdown and, if the engine is provided with a shutoff valve, turn the fuel off at the conclusion of
operation.
BE SURE TO EVALUATE THE RISKS INVOLVED
BEFORE OPERATING ON A SLOPE.
- Do not operate on slopes if uneasy or uncertain.
Disengage the master clutch and wait until the
blade stops moving then disengage the blade
clutch:
- when not cutting sod;
- for transport;
- when crossing surfaces other than grass.
SAFETY
HEAVY DUTY
SOD CUTTER
MAINTENANCE SAFETY
In general
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Maintain machine according to manufacturer's
schedule and instructions for maximum safety
and best results.
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Park machine on level ground.
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Never allow untrained personnel to service machine.
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Adjust or repair only after the engine has been
stopped and the blade has stopped moving.
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Replace parts if worn, damaged or faulty.
For best results, always replace with parts
recommended by the manufacturer.
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Do not dismantle the machine without releasing
or restraining forces which may cause parts to
move suddenly.
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Provide adequate support, e.g. jack stands for
lifted machine or parts if working beneath it.
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Do not put hands or feet near or under rotating
parts.
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Clean up spilled oil or fuel thoroughly.
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Replace faulty mufflers.
- To reduce fire hazards, keep the engine, muffler, and fuel storage area free of grass, leaves,
debris buildup or grease.
MAINTENANCE AND ADJUSTMENTS
- Disconnect spark plug wire(s) before doing any
maintenance.
- Particular care must be taken when adjusting the
Blades
WARNING
The sod cutter blade is sharp
and can cut. Use extra caution when handling. Remove
obstructions with care. Wrap
the blade or wear gloves.
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Only replace blade. Never
straighten or weld.
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Keep other persons away from blades.
WARNING
Fuel
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Gasoline and diesel fuels
are flammable; gasoline
vapors are explosive. Use
extra care when handling.
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Store only in containers
specifically designed for fuel.
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When refueling or checking fuel level:
- Stop the engine and allow to cool;
- Do not smoke;
- Refuel outdoors only;
- Use a funnel;
- Do not overfill;
- If fuel is spilled, do not attempt to start the
engine until the spill is cleaned up and vapors
have cleared.
Sparks from static electricity can start fires or
cause explosions. Flowing fuel can generate static
electricity. To prevent static electricity sparks:
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carburetor while the engine is running. Keep hands
and feet clear. Shut off blades.
Keep containers electrically grounded. Do not fill
containers in a vehicle or on a truck or trailer bed
with a plastic liner. Fill containers on the ground
away from the vehicle.
- When working underneath lifted parts or machines, - When practical, remove gas powered equipment
from the truck or trailer and refuel it on the
ground. If equipment must be refueled on the
truck or trailer, refuel from a portable container
rather than a dispenser nozzle.
make sure adequate support is provided.
- Do not dismantle the machine without releasing or
restraining forces which can cause parts to move
suddenly.
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Keep the dispenser nozzle in contact with the rim
of the fuel tank or container opening until fueling
is complete. Do not use a nozzle lock-open
device.
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Replace caps on fuel containers and tanks
securely.
- Keep all nuts, bolts and screws tight to be sure the
equipment is in safe working condition.
- Replace worn or damaged parts for safety.
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SOD CUTTER
STORAGE SAFETY
- Stop the engine and allow to cool before storing.
- Drain the fuel tank outdoors only.
- Store fuel in an approved container in a cool, dry place.
- Keep the machine and fuel containers in a locked storage place to prevent tampering and to keep children
from playing with them.
- Do not store the machine or fuel container near heating appliances with an open flame, such as a water
heater, or an appliance with a pilot light.
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Keep gasoline storage area free of grass, leaves and excessive grease to reduce fire hazard.
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Clean grass and debris from cutting units, drives, mufflers and engine to help prevent fires.
LABELS
HEAVY DUTY
SOD CUTTER
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
TRANSPORTING MACHINE
TO MOVE WITHOUT POOWER:
PLACE DRIVE WHEEL SHIFTER LEVER (IN CENTER OF GEAR CASE COVER) IN CENTER “N” (NUETRAL) POSITION.
TO MOVE MACHINE UNDER POWER:
1. DISENGAGE CUTTING BLADE SHIFTER LEVER (ON REAR RIGHT SIDE OF MACHINE) BY ROTATING DOWNWARD.
2. SET DRIVE WHEEL SHIFTER LEVER (IN CENTER OF GEAR CASE COVER) TO THE “H” OR HIGH SPEED POSITION.
3. WITH THE ENGINE RUNNING, HOLD OPERATOR PRESENT LEVER AGAINST HANDLEBAR AND PUSH CLLUTCH LEVER
FORWARD TO THE ENGAGED POSITION.
STARTING ENGINE
1.
2.
3.
4.
FILL FUEL TANK WITH REGULAR GASOLINE.
PULL CLUTCH LEVER BACK TO DISENGAGED POSITION.
SET THROTTLE TO 1/2 OPEN POSITION.
SET CHOKE AND START ENGINE.
SOD CUTTING INSTRUCTIONS
1. MAKE REQUIRED BLADE ADJUSTMENTS.
2. START ENGINE PER INSTRUCTIONS ABOVE AND SET THROTTLE TO FULL SPEED.
3. ENGAGE DRIVE WHEELS BY PLACING SHIFTER LEVER (IN CENTER OF GEAR CASE COVER) TO “L” OR LOW.
4. ENGAGE CUTTING BLADE BY ROTATING SHIFTER LEVER ON REAR RIGHT SIDE OF MACHINE UPWARD.
5. WITH MACHINE TIPPED FORWARD ON FRONT BUMPER AND OPERATOR PRESENT LEVER HELD AGAINST HANDLEBAR, PUSH CLUTCH LEVER FORWARD,
AT THE
SAME TIME LOWER THE MACHINE SO BLADE ENTERS THE GROUND.
6. TO STOP MACHINE, PULL BACK FIRMLY ON CLUTCH LEVER, THIS APPLIES A BRAKE.
7. STOP ENGINE BY MOVING THROTTLE LEVER TO “OFF” POSITION.
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LABELS
HEAVY DUTY
SOD CUTTER
4163592
Rotate lever counter clockwise to
engage sodcutter blade drive.
Rotate lever clockwise to disengage
sodcutter blade drive.
GEAR CASE LUBRICATION:
See Operator Manual for proper fluid,
checking, and filling procedures.
DEPTH OF CUT
BLADE ADJUSTMENT
1. LOOSEN UPPER RIGHT HAND LOCKING LEVER. TIP MACHINE FORWARD AND MOVE
CENTER DEPTH CONTROL LEVER TO DESIRED DEPTH. LOCK IN POSITION BY ROTATING
LOCKING LEVER CLOCKWISE.
2. LOOSEN DEPTH STOP LOCKING LEVER AT CENTER OF “H” FRAME. RAISE DEPTH STOP
UNTIL IT CONTACTS DEPTH CONTROL LEVER TUBE AND LOCK THERE SO BLADE CAN BE
RETURNED TO SAME POSITION AFTER EACH PASS.
HARD SOIL OPERATION
1. TIP BLADE FORWARD BY LOOSENING LOCKING LEVER (BLACK HANDLE FIGHT SIDE “H”
FRAME). PUSH “H” FRAME FORWARD AS REQUIRED.
2. TIGHTEN LOCKING LEVER AFTER ADJUSTMENT.
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SET-UP
HEAVY DUTY
SOD CUTTER
SET-UP INSTRUCTIONS
GENERAL NOTE: Front, rear, right and left
references below are as seen from the operator's
position. NEVER disable the operator presence
control by altering or modifying it in any way.
The HD Sodcutter is very heavy. To prevent serious
injury, use an adequate lifting device (i.e., hoist,
forklift,etc.) to remove from shipping pallet.
1. Cut the banding securing the aerator to the
pallet.
2. Remove and discard cable ties securing handlebar
assembly to unit.
3. Using an adequate lifting device, remove HD sod
cutter from shipping pallet.
4. Remove hardware bag and empty content onto a
surface where they with not be misplaced or lost.
5. Remove the two screws and lockwashers from
upper rear of gear case A. Use those screws and
lockwashers to install upper portion of handle.
Secure the lower end of the handle B with one 1
1/2-13 x 2" screw and one 1/2-13 insert locknut.
(Figure 1)
FIGURE 1
6. Rotate the master clutch control to the rear
"Disengaged" position. Connect the clutch control
links together so that the lower link slot bolt L is
1/4" from the left side of the slot. (Figure 4) Tighten
links together and secure using two 5/16-18x1"
serrated flange screws and two serrated flange
nuts C. (Figure 2)
7. Attach metering wheel control link. Loosen the jam
nut and turn the connecting screw into the casting
D. Tighten the jam nut to secure. The adjuster links
should move freely after installation. (Figure 3)
FIGURE 4
FIGURE 2
FIGURE 3
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SET-UP
HEAVY DUTY
SOD CUTTER
8. Remove the air filter cover, air filter, and air filter
base. Move cable clamp to rear position. Route
the convoluted tubing E along the handle, Connect
the Z-bend F to the throttle lever on the engine.
(Figure 6) Install tubing in clamp on side of gear
case. (Figure 5)
9. Set throttle to 1/16-1/8" (1.5-3mm) from maximum.
Pull back on the conduit to remove slack while
securing the conduit to the engine with the cable
clamp. Reinstall air filter base, air filter, and air filter
cover.
10. Disconnect red wires M and connect red wire from
operator presence control N to the red wires you
just disconnected.(Figure 7) Use zip ties to tie down
wire harnes as shown (Figure 10).
FIGURE 7
11.Attach the cutting blade H to the side arms G.
Secure with six 5/16-24x1" screws, lockwashers
and nuts.Torque to 25 ft.-lbs. (34N·m) (Figure 8)
NOTE: If sod hold-downs are being used, install
them at this time. Refer to the installation instructions
included with the sod hold-down accessory P/N
535637.
12. Attach the cut-off blade 2 and blade mount 1 with
3/8-16x1-1/4" screws and nylon inserts. (6 bolts
and nuts for 18" (457mm) and 4 for 16" (406mm).
(Figure 7)
FIGURE 10
13. Check engine oil before starting sodcutter.
FIGURE 8
FIGURE 5
1
FIGURE6
10
FRONT
OF
UNIT
2
FIGURE 9
CONTROLS
HEAVY DUTY
SOD CUTTER
MASTER CLUTCH CONTROL LEVER (A)
Engages / disengages drive belt. Applies brake
to drive belt when pulled FIRMLY to rear.
THROTTLE CONTROL (B)
Controls engine speed. Moving it forward
increases engine speed. Moving the control all
the ay rearward stops the engine.
OPERATOR PRESENCE CONTROL (C)
With master clutch control engaged, engine will
stop if operator presence lever is not depressed.
METERING WHEEL CONTROL LEVER (D)
Raises /lowers metering wheel to engage/
disengage cut-off mechanism.
BLADE DEPTH CONTROL LEVER (E)
Raises or lowers cutting blade.
BLADE DEPTH CONTROL LOCKING LEVER (F)
Locking lever holds blade depth control in
desired position.
BLADE ANGLE LOCKING LEVER (G)
Locks blades.
DEPTH STOP (H)
Allows resetting of blade depth to the previous
cutting height.
BLADE SHIFTER HANDLES (J)
Engage and disengage blade for cutting and
gears for driving Sodcutter.
WHEEL SHIFTER LEVER (K)
Allows selecting High, Low or Neutral for the
wheel drive.
GEAR
CASE
GEAR
CASE
"DISENGAGED"
SHIFTER HANDLE
"ENGAGED"
SHIFTER
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OPERATION
PRE-OPERATION CHECK LIST
(OPERATOR'S RESPONSIBILITY)
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HEAVY DUTY
SOD CUTTER
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Inspect the work area. Remove stones or other
hard objects that might cause damage.
Review and follow all safety rules and safety
decal instructions.
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Check that there are no underground utilities in
the work area.
Check that all safety decals are installed and in
good condition. Replace them if damaged.
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Check all lubrication points and grease as
instructed in manual.
Check to make sure all shields and guards are
properly installed and in good condition.
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Perform a functional check of the safety interlock
system each time you operate the unit. If it
doesn't work, repair it before using the machine.
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Check that all hardware is properly installed and
secured.
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Check to be sure engine is free of dirt and
debris. Pay particular attention to the cooling
fins, governor parts and muffler. Clean air intake
screen. Check air cleaner;the air cleaner needs
to be serviced regularly..
BEFORE STARTING THE ENGINE
Gasoline is extremely
flammable and highly
explosive under certain
conditions. BE SURE
to install fuel cap after
refueling.
Fill fuel tank with good quality, clean, unleaded
regular gasoline to the level recommended by
the engine manufacturer.
TO CHECK OR ADD FUEL:
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Use a funnel to avoid spilling.
Do it outdoors.
Do not smoke.
Stop the engine and allow to cool.
Do not overfill.
Clean up spilled fuel.
1. Be familiar with the controls, how each functions,
and what each operates.
2.. Check engine oil level. Add oil if necessary,
following the engine manufacturer's
recommendations. Refer to engine manual
included with literature packet.
3. Open the fuel valve under the fuel tank.
4. Fill the fuel tank with the amount and type of fuel
recommended by the engine manufacturer.
5. CHOKE: For cold starts, set the throttle lever to
the half-open position and move the choke to the
ON position. For warm starts set the throttle to
the half-open position and the choke to the OFF
position.
OPERATOR PRESENCE INTERLOCK SYSTEM
To start the engine:
- The master clutch must be disengaged.
To operate the machine:
- The operator must hold down the operator presence lever or engaging the master clutch will kill the
engine.
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OPERATION
HEAVY DUTY
SOD CUTTER
STARTING THE ENGINE
CUTTING SOD
1. Pull the recoil starter to start the engine.
2. If the choke is ON when the engine starts,
gradually back it off until the engine runs with no
choke at all.
WARNING: Beware of underground utilities.
Possible electrocution, explosion, service
disruption risk could be present.
MOVING OF UNIT
To move unit without running blade:
1. Place blade shifter handle in "disengaged"
position (handle will point straight out from unit)
and raise the metering wheel. See Figure 1.
2. Set engine speed to slow.
3. Select High or Low speed with the shifter handle.
( The machine may need to be rolled back and
forth for the gears to line up to make the shift)
4. Depress operator presence control lever.
5. Engage master clutch control lever.
6. Adjust throttle to desired walking speed.
To move unit without running the engine, move
drive shifter to neutral and master clutch control
lever to the "disengaged" position. Push unit to
move it.
FIGURE 1
GEAR
CASE
SHIFTER HANDLE
1. Move machine to the area where sod is to be cut.
Unlock the rear wheels by turning lock counterclockwise. With the engine off and the master
clutch disengaged, stand on the right side of
the machine. Loosen the Blade Depth Control
Locking Lever with your right hand, then use the
handle bar to tip the machine forward and hold
it with your left hand. Lower the Blade Depth
Control Lever with your right hand until it hits the
preset Depth Stop. Tighten the Locking Lever.
2. Start the engine, then select the wheel drive
speed with drive shifter handle and engage the
blade drive with the Blade Drive Shifter Lever.
GEAR
CASE
"DISENGAGED"
Before beginning any work, check with the local
authorities for underground utility location and
depth. Do not operate where there is any risk
of contacting underground utilities. Contacting
buried utilities could result in a service outage.
Contacting buried electrical wires could result in
electrocution. Contacting a buried gas line could
result in an explosion.
"ENGAGED"
SHIFTER
3. Adjust the throttle to full speed. With the
machine tipped forward, engage the Master
Clutch. The machine will start moving forward
and the blade drive will operate. Lower the
machine into the sod and cut for a short distance.
4. Disengage the master clutch to stop the machine
and check the sod thickness. Adjust the Depth
Stop and blade if necessary. See Adjustment
section.
5. Engage the master clutch to continue cutting. At
the end of each pass lift up on the handle to raise
the blade out of the sod and turn around for the
next pass.
WHEEL DRIVE SHIFTER HANDLE
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OPERATION
HEAVY DUTY
SOD CUTTER
SOD CUT-OFF AND METERING WHEEL
OPERATION.
WALKING RAM AUTO CUT-OFF OR
ROLLING RAM CUT-OFF AND SULKY ROLLER
The Ryan Heavy Duty Sodcutter has a cut to length
feature. The factory cut-off length setting is
approximately 6feet (1.83M). See Adjustment
Section to set cut-off length and depth.
If the Sulky Roller Accessory (P/N 545505) is to be
used, the sodcutter must be converted from the auto
walking ram cut-off. Use Rolling Ram Accessory(P/N
545395) for this conversion. Refer to the Accessories
page.
The sod cut-off blade can cut or crush.
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Keep hands and feet out from beneath the
machine.
Stop the engine before performing servicing or
making any adjustments.
Raise the metering wheel before turning. The
cut-off continues to operate as long as the
metering wheel is on the ground.
NOTES:
- Operate at full engine speed to set cut-off length
and depth. At slower speeds the cut-off may not
work correctly.
- Cut-off length may vary for a setting depending
on sod conditions.
SULKY ROLLER OPERATION
-Position the machine at the start of the cut.
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Connect the sulky with its hitch pin.
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Lower the blade to start cut.
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At the end of the pass, disengage the master
clutch and disconnect the sulky roller.
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Re-engage the master clutch to run the machine
as it is raised out of the cut and turn around.
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Position the unit in the ground for the next cut.
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Disengage the master again before reconnecting
the sulky for the next pass.
To cut sod to the preset length:
-
Lower the metering wheel at the start of the cut.
-
As the machine moves forward the metering
wheel rolls along the sod and trips the cut-off
mechanism when it has traveled past the preset
distance.
-
When the cut-off mechanism is tripped, the cutoff blade comes down and cuts the sod strip. It
is normal for the handle to jump slightly when the
cut-off blade cycles.
-
Raise the metering wheel before turning the sod
cutter.
NOTE: If the handle jumps excessively when the cutoff blade cycles, depth may need to be adjusted.
See Adjustment Section.
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ADJUSTING SOD DEPTH OF CUT
3/4" (20mm) is a good general starting depth of cut.
Depth of cut can be varied from there depending on
conditions and what you are trying to accomplish.
NOTE: Numbers on depth gauge do not necessarily represent thickness of sod being cut. The
numbers are useful as a reference for
making changes.
1. Make an initial depth setting. Park the machine
on a hard surface. Loosen depth control locking
lever E and lower the depth control lever D until
the blade rests on the surface. 2. Loosen the depth gauge lock F and set top of
depth gauge G 3/4" (20mm) below the top of the
depth crossbar. Tighten the depth gauge lock to
secure the depth gauge setting.
3. Use your left hand to tip the machine forward
while lowering the depth control lever D until
the depth control crossbar hit the Depth Stop G.
Tighten the locking lever E to lock in the depth
setting, make a trial run in turf. Check the depth
of cut.
4. Re-adjust the depth gauge G and depth control
lever D if necessary.
CUT-OFF BLADE DEPTH ADJUSTMENT
Set sod depth of cut before adjusting cut-off depth.
To adjust cut-off depth:
When cut-off blade is correctly adjusted, the sod
will roll up slightly at each cutting stroke and
there will be a slight penetration into the soil
below the sod without excessive jumping of the
handle.
1. Loosen rear wheels so they can be moved up
and down.
2. Adjust wheels so the cut-off blade will completely
separate the sod without taking more of a cutting
stroke than needed.
3. Make a test run to check both thickness and cutoff operation. Re-adjust if necessary.
NOTE:
The handle will jump slightly at each cut.
Excessive jumping means the cut-off blade
is coming down to far. Correct excessive
jumping by lowering rear wheels.
If sod is not cut completely, raise the rear wheels
slightly to lower cut-off blade.
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ADJUSTING OPERATOR PRESENCE CONTROL
1. To adjust operator presence cable, pull clutch
control handle A rearward as far as possible.
2. Press operator presence handle (right handlebar)
down as far as possible.
3. Adjust cable until the pivot arm C contacts the
arm extending from the operator presence switch
B.
4. Tighten cable clamp to secure cable. Check for
proper operation.
BLADE ANGLE (PITCH)
Under normal operating conditions, blade angle
is minimal (blade bottom is flat). In extremely
hard soil or when cutting with a dull blade, the
blade may want to ride out of the ground. It may
then help to adjust blade angle forward (see
Adjusting Blade Angle below). A short trial run
will indicate what the best blade angle is.
NOTE: Extreme blade angles put extra stress on
the side arms. To reduce stress on the machine,
operate with the flattest blade angle that gives
satisfactory results.
ADJUSTING BLADE ANGLE (PITCH)
1. Loosen blade angle control locking lever F and
move H-frame forward or backward until blade is
at desired angle of pitch.
2. Tighten blade angle control locking lever F.
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DRIVE
WHEEL
SIDE ARM
BLADE
BOTTOM
BLADE
ANGLE
(Pitch)
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LENGTH OF CUT (METERING WHEEL)
The length of cut is determined by how far the metering wheel rolls before it turns the dog wheel to the
point where a dog trips the cut-off mechanism. The
length is adjusted by the number of dogs and the
diameter of the metering wheel.
1. Select desired length of cut from the Length of
Cut Chart. (See below)
2. Use the chart to determine the number of dogs
and dog positions. Set up the unit with the
metering wheel segment slot centered on the
mounting bolts.
3. Install the correct number of dogs at the positions
indicated by the Dog Position Figure
4. Make several cuts.
5. Check the cuts for correct sod lengths. If fine
adjustments need to be made, adjust the
segments (P/N 515534) on the metering wheel.
Segments can be moved out to increase cut
length, or moved in to decrease cut length. Be
sure all segments are adjusted uniformly.
3. Make a test run to check both thickness and cutoff operation. Re-adjust if necessary.
NOTE: The slot in the metering wheel segments
allows adjustment of up to ±1" per foot (80mm
per meter) from the nominal setting.
Number and P os ition of
dogs on Dog Wheel
P N 515534
R oll Area
Inches
Meters
S quare
F eet
S quare
Meters
1
72
1.8
8.0
0.7
1-5
36
0.9
4.0
0.4
1-4-6
24
0.6
2.7
0.2
1-3-5-7
18
0.5
2.0
0.2
1-2-4-5-6-8
12
0.3
1.3
0.1
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CUT-OFF CHAIN REPLACEMENT
1. Remove the shield on the left rear of the unit.
2. Remove master link 2 from chain 1 and remove
chain.
3. Check both sprockets for excessive wear.
Replace if necessary. To replace sprockets,
remove the four screws and lockwashers from
the face of the sprocket. Remove and replace
the sprocket, then reinstall the hardware.
4. Install new chain and replace shield.
BELT REPLACEMENT AND ADJUSTMENT
1. Remove cut-off chain. See Cut-off chain replacement.
2. Remove front shield.
3. Remove belt from Gear-case pulley, then push clutch lever forward to release belt brake. Remove old belt
and install new one. Check belt tension adjustment.
BELT TENSION ADJUSTMENT
The belt should be taut when the clutch lever is engaged (pushed forward) and loose enough to slip when
the clutch lever is disengaged (pulled back).
1. To adjust belt tension, loosen the four engine mounting screws and shift the engine position.
BE SURE to keep pulleys aligned.
2. Tighten the engine mounting screws. Check the tension. Re-adjust if necessary.
3. Re-install cut-off chain and both shields.
METERING WHEEL SPROCKET AND CHAIN
REPLACEMENT
1. Remove metering wheel for easier access to
screws in chain guard.
2. Remove chain guard and chain.
3. Remove upper sprocket from shaft. DO NOT
remove washer from behind sprocket.
4. Install new sprocket and attach to shaft. Be
sure key and key-way are aligned so the key
will not be pushed out of the shaft. Install new
chain.
5. Install chain on lower sprocket and install
chain cover and metering wheel.
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BELT / CHAIN REPLACEMENT
DOG WHEEL CHAIN REPLACEMENT
1. Disconnect metering wheel lever from metering wheel arm.
2. Remove the four screws securing the dog wheel assembly to cut-off case.
3. Remove the screw and washers securing the dog wheel.
4. Move dog wheel towards small sprocket to loosen chain for service.
5. Install new chain. Re-assemble dog wheel assembly and mount it back onto the cut-off case.
WHEEL DRIVE CHAIN REPLACEMENT
1. Raise unit and place on adequate supports.
2. Remove cover from gear case. Rotate drive
wheels until master link 3 is on top of upper
sprocket.
3. Remove snap ring 1 from groove on shaft and
slide gear 2 toward the outside of the unit.
4. Connect new chain to old chain with master link
and rotate drive wheels until master link is back
on top of upper sprocket. Remove old chain and
connect new chain with a new master link.
5. Slide gear back into position and secure with
snap ring.
6. Replace gear case cover.
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When replacement parts are required, use genuine
Schiller Grounds Care, Inc. parts or parts with
equivalent characteristics, including type, strength
and material. Failure to do so may result in
product malfunction and possible injury to the
operator and/or bystanders.
Carbon monoxide present in the exhaust is an
odorless and deadly gas. Never start or run the
engine inside where exhaust fumes can collect.
Provide enough fresh air to keep fumes from getting
too strong.
Replace any warning decal that becomes illegible
immediately.
4163592
ROTATING PARTS:
Entanglement / Amputation Hazard
Do not operate with cover removed.
Stop engine before servicing.
ATTENTION:
-Read Operator Manual before servicing or
repairing.
-Remove spark plug wire before servicing or
repairing.
Use adequate lifting device (i.e., hoist, fork lift, etc.)
to raise unit.
Use adequate supports when unit is raised for
servicing.
Wear protective eye equipment when using
hammers, chisels and punches.
DAILY MAINTENANCE
Operator Presence System
For the engine to run, the Operator Presence
Lever must be held when the Master Clutch
Control is engaged.
To Check:
1. Start the engine and run at 1/2 throttle with the
master clutch disengaged.
2. Engage the master clutch holding the Operator
Presence Lever. Release the operator presence
lever and the engine should stop.
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Repair the machine before using if the Operator
Presence System does not kill the engine.
Blades:
Check for damage. Replace any broken,
cracked or otherwise damaged blades. Do not
weld or straighten blades. Replace or sharpen
dull blades. See Sharpening Instructions.
Hardware:
Tighten any nuts and bolts that are found loose.
Replace any broken or missing cotter pins.
Repair any other problems before operating.
Engine:
See engine manual for change intervals and oil
specifications. See engine manual for air cleaner
service intervals and service procedure.
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Lubrication:
Grease Fittings:
The Heavy Duty Sodcutter has 17 grease fittings. Use a good grade of Lithium Based grease.
GREASE AS INDICATED BELOW:
Pitman arms (1 each side)...........................1............EVERY 4 HOURS OF USE (Figure 1)
Side arms (2 each side)...............................2............EVERY 4 HOURS OF USE (Figure 1)
Side arm pivots (1 each side-top of unit) ....3............EVERY 8 HOURS OF USE (Figure 2)
Metering wheel shafts (2 points)..................4............DAILY (Figure 3)
Rear axle pivot (1 point) ..............................5............DAILY (Figure 1)
Rear wheel pivots (1 each side)...................6............DAILY (Figure 4)
Belt idler pivot (1 point) ...............................7............DAILY (Figure 5)
Cut off mechanism(8 points) ..................A-H.............DAILY (Figure 6)
Note: When lubricating the cut off mechanism, trip the cut-off by hand (turn the metering wheel by hand
until the cut-off trips) and then turn the cut-off clutch drive by hand to rotate first the cam grease fitting E,
and then the rear trunnion roller grease fitting G to where they can be accessed.
FIGURE 4
FIGURE 1
FIGURE 2
FIGURE 5
FIGURE 3
FIGURE 6
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LUBRICATION CON'TD:
Gear Case:
The gear case is initially filled with 3 1/2 pints (1.7L)
of EP 140 Gear Lube. Do not add to this amount
unless the oil is changed or lost through leakage.
Gear case drain plug D.
Check gear case lubricant level by removing one of
the rear pitman bearing cap screws E. Add EP 140
gear lube through the pipe plug opening in the
gear case cover until oil comes out of the pitman cap
screw hole.
Drive Chain:
Oil every 25 hours.
BOTTOM BLADE
BLADE SHARPENING
1. Hand file bottom blade at 45 angle until no flat
remains.
O
45O
FILE
DIRECTION
2. To keep cutting edge less than 1/16" (1.5mm)
on 45O angle, grind milled surface back at 15O to
less than 1/16"(1.5mm).
15O
3. Hand file side blades at 45O until no flat remains.
4. To keep cutting edge less than 1/16"(1.5mm) on
45O angle, grind milled surface back at 15O to
less than 1/16"(1.5mm).
THIS
SURFACE
SMOOTH
(No Burrs)
1/16"(1.5mm)
Maximum
SIDE BLADE
THIS SURFACE SMOOTH
(No Burrs)
1/16" MAX
(1.5mm)
FILE
DIRECTION
MILLED
EDGE
FILE
DIRECTION
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CLUTCH
LINER
END BOLT
PRESSURE
PLATE
TRUNNION
ROLLER
BRAKE
LINING
YOKE
HOUSING
FLYWHEEL
SET
SCREW
SPRING
PLUG
LOCKING
SCREW
SHIMS
CAM
TIE ROD
WASHER
SHAFT NUT
(ADJUSTING NUT)
Cut Away View Of Automatic Cut-Off
CUT-OFF THEORY OF OPERATION PRESSURE PLATE
1. The cut-off Unit is a single revolution, self contained, friction clutch and brake unit.
2. A spring loaded pressure plate, with a horizontal movement of approximately .005”, is controlled to apply
pressure on one of the friction discs on each side of the plate.
3. When the plate is pulled back (spring compressed) The braking friction disc makes contact with the
stationary housing which stops the rotary movement of the plate.
4. When the plate is released (spring expanded) the clutch friction disc comes into contact with the revolving
flywheel and rotates the plate is again pulled into its braking position.
5. As the pressure plate rotates through its single cycle, the connecting rod drives the cut-off blade in and
out of the ground.
PRESSURE PLATE CONTROL
1. The control of the pressure plate is accomplished
through the spring in the center of the clutch
shaft and two rollers mounted on the cam end.
FLYWHEEL
SPRING
SHAFT
CAM
PRESSURE
PLATE
ROLLER
2. The rollers ride on an incline on the cam end,
and when on the rise on the incline, pull the
spring shaft (attached to the pressure plate) back
against the spring into the braking position.
3. When the rollers are on the low spot of the
incline, the spring forces the pressure plate
against the flywheel.
APPROX.
.005”
SHAFT
NUT
SPRING
CLUTCH
FRICTION DISC
BRAKE
FRICTION
DISC
ECCENTRIC
SHAFT
HOUSING
Pressure Plate Operation
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TRIGGERING
TRIGGER
1. The triggering of the rotation cycle is
accomplished through a dog wheel which is
mounted on the right side of the clutch unit.
2. The dog wheel, which is chain driven by the
metering wheel, trips the trigger which has locked
the cam into the braking position.
3. A cycle begins with the trigger locking the cam,
which places the rollers on the rise of the cam
incline. (This has pulled the pressure plate into
its braking position against the housing, and
holds the connecting rod at the top of its stroke,
which holds the cutting blade in the up position).
TRIP ARM
CAM
DOGWHEEL
Trigger and Trip Arm
4. The metering wheel rotation, turns the dog wheel
which lifts the trigger and releases the cam.
5. The cam rotates the pressure plate and eccentric
shaft, to which the connecting rod is attached.
6. The down stroke of the connecting rod (attached
to the cutting blade) produces the cutting stroke
of the blade.
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7. At the end of one revolution, the trigger slides
into the notch of the cam locking it into position.
The rollers are forced up the cam end incline,
pulling the pressure plate into its braking position
and locking the cutting blade in the up position.
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AUTOMATIC CUT-OFF ADJUSTMENTS
1. If the cut-off is not operating properly, refer to
the Trouble Shooting Guide and determine
what problem is occurring. Use the following
adjustments, as necessary, to correct the
problem.
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WARNING
When tripping the cut-off manually with the
metering wheel, BE SURE to keep hands
and feet away from ALL moving parts.
There may be tension on the cam stop and
trigger. Slightly rock the cut-off flywheel to
release the tension so the trigger can be
lifted out of the way.
SHAFT NUT ADJUSTMENT
1. Be sure trunnion rollers are in the lowest position
on the cam. This can be achieved by manually
tripping the cut-off, by rotating the metering
wheel by hand.
2. Remove set screws and brass plugs in the
adjusting nut.
3. Lift the trigger so it does not interfere with the
rocking movement of the cam. Adjust the nut
enough to allow the cam to be rocked back and
forth approximately 1/4" (6.4mm). Using a tape
measure (or ruler) verify the 1/4" movement as
shown in Figure 2. Be sure trigger does not
interfere with cam stop.
4. Replace brass plugs, and tighten set screws.
Run through a few cycles and recheck 1/4"
(6.4mm) measurement. It may be necessary to
loosen the set screws and readjust before final
tightening.
5. Run sodcutter through a few cycles again and
check for proper operation. Since the same
problem or occurrence can be attributed to the
shaft nut as well as the trigger, it is possible that
an adjustment to the trigger may be needed.
1/4”
MOVEMENT
CAM
6. When proper adjustment of the shaft nut has
been completed and the problems still exists,
continue with the trigger adjustment.
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TRIGGER AND TRIP ARM ADJUSTMENT
1. Remove access cover on dog wheel assembly,
and open access cover on cut-off unit.
2. If necessary, center trigger (side to side) on
cam stop by adding .015" (.381mm) shims
(P/N 516237) onto trigger shaft, between the
case and trigger. Loosen set screw, and slide
trigger off the shaft to allow installation of shims.
TRIGGER
CAM STOP
SPACER(S)
DOG TRIP
3. Trigger must ride squarely on cam surface
when striking cam stop. If it does not, correct
by loosening the set screw on trigger and press
down on trigger until it rests on the cam. Check
spring for proper tension.
NOTE: If the cam stop surface is not square, cam
stop and trigger MUST be replaced.
4. With trigger against cam stop, the cam follower
on trip arm should just touch the dog wheel.
TRIGGER
ADJUSTING
SCREW
TRIP ARM
5. When all adjustments are made, re-tighten lock
screw on trigger and run clutch through a few
cycles. Determine if the clutch and brake system
is working correctly, if not, additional adjustment
will be required.
CHECKING BRAKE CLEARANCE
NOTE: As the clutch and brake liner become worn,
the clearance between clutch liner and flywheel, and
the brake lining and housing, will increase. If there
is too much clearance, the brake will not hold tight
enough and the rollers will run back down the slope
of the cam. The pressure plate will then move back
against the flywheel and cause extensive frictional
wear and heat. Eventually the brake and clutch lining
will need to be replaced. If the thickness of either
liner measures less than .095" (2.4mM) it is advisable
to install new liners.
1. Remove belt shield and cut-off blade for easier
access to clutch assembly. With pressure plate
in the locked position (ram is locked in to the
"UP" position), draw a pencil mark across the
housing and pressure plate.
2. With the engine running at half throttle or more
(cut-off will not operate properly at low speeds)
run the clutch through several cut-off cycles.
NOTE: Manually rotating the metering wheel will
allow the dog to trip the cut-off allowing the clutch
to operate.
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PRESSURE
PLATE
PENCIL
MARK
HOUSING
3. After stopping at the end of each cycle, check the
pencil mark on the pressure plate. If the mark
has slipped back 1/8" (3.2mm) or more, the brake
and clutch clearance will have to be adjusted.
Refer to the following sections on "Disassembly
and Assembly"
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DISASSEMBLY OF CUT-OFF
NOTE: The following instructions will assist you in
breaking down the cut-off assembly. These instructions are used to repair or replace a component
within the cut-off assembly.
WARNING
When tripping the cut-off manually with the
metering wheel, BE SURE to keep hands
and feet away from ALL moving parts.
1. With engine stopped, manually trip the cut-off by
rotating the metering wheel. Remove the cut-off
blade and the dog wheel assembly from unit.
2. From left side of cut-off, remove belt shield
and loosen the locking screw 1 and end bolt
2. (Figure 1) Remove cut-off drive chain and
finish removing the locking screw and endbolt.
Remove flywheel and clutch lining. If the ball
bearing is worn, remove and replace.
3. From the right side of the cut-off, remove set
screws 1 and brass plugs from the adjusting nut
2. Remove the adjusting nut 2, washers 3, yoke
4, cam 5, and thrust bearing. (Figure 2).
4. Remove pressure plate, brake lining, spring and
washer.
NOTE: If the tie rod is removed from the pressure
plate, Loctite#290 or an equivalent must be applied
to screw threads when reinstalling. Screws should
be torqued to 8 ft-lbs (11 N·m) after reinstallation.
5. Remove springs from trigger and from cut-off ram
assembly.
6. Remove the two nuts 1 securing right side
rocker arm. Slide rocker arm out until the arm
can be turned back towards the rear of the unit.
(Figure 3)
7. Remove the two screws 1 hold the retainer on
the connecting rod. Remove retainer, seal ring,
and connecting rod 2. (Figure 4)
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8. The eccentric is the next part on the shaft which
may be removed from unit. DO NOT remove the
eccentric unless wear is present..
9. Should the eccentric or the clutch shaft need
replacing, remove the snap ring from shaft (left
side of unit). and push shaft and eccentric out the
right side of unit.
10. If the ball bearings in the housing are worn, it is
advisable to replace them at this time.
NOTE: If the brass bushing 2 is removed from shaft,
apply Loctite #209 or an equivalent to inside of bushing before installation.
If the eccentric is removed from the shaft, Loctite
#209 or an equivalent, must be applied to the eccentric surface 1 and to the key on the shaft before
reinstallation. After instillation, apply more Loctite
around the key surface still showing.
ASSEMBLY OF CUT-OFF
1. If the eccentric was removed, install from
the right side of the unit, and push shaft with
eccentric, into case and install snap ring.
1
CONNECTING
ROD
2. Install the connecting rod, seal ring 1 (concave
side toward the connecting rod) and retainer.
(Figure 1)
CONCAVE SIDE
TO
CONNECTING ROD
3. Install the right side rocker arm and torque nuts
to 100 ft-lbs (136 N·m). Be sure the key is in the
shaft for the rocker arm.
RETAINER
FIGURE 1
4. Before installing the cam 3, remove the
lubrication fitting and stretch "O" ring over cam 3.
The "O" ring will be positioned later.
1
“O” RING
ROLLED
OVER CAM
5. Install thrust washers 1 and thrust bearing 2 into
cam and slide into place on shaft.
2
3
FIGURE 2
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SPRING PRESSURE ADJUSTMENT
1. From left side of cut-off, install washers and
spring on tie rod and pressure plate assembly
(replace brake lining if needed). Check the
length of the spring. The length of the spring
must be 4" ± .050" (102mm ±3mm).
8. Place the "O" ring into position over the thrust
bearing and install the lubrication fitting.
9. On left side of cut-off, install clutch ling, (replace
lining if necessary), flywheel and sprocket.
SPRING
LENGTH
NOTE: If the spring length is not 4"±.050" (102mm
±3mm) the spring MUST be replaced. DO NOT add
washers or shims to make up the difference in the
length of the spring.
4” (±.050)
2. Install assembly into cut-off case housing and
push pressure plate (with tie rod) in shaft until
the spring and spacer(s) are inserted as far as
possible.
SPACER(S)
7/16” (+1/64”)
3. Measure the distance from the housing flange
to the brake lining. This dimension should be
7/16"±1/64" (11.11mm±.395mm). (Figure 1)
4. If spring length is correct and the measurement
is not the 7/16" allowed, insert or remove the
appropriate amount of the .030" (.762mm)
spacers (P/N 515200) to obtain the correct
measurement.
5. On right side of unit, install trunnion roller
assembly onto clutch shaft by aligning the timing
marks ("0") 2. With the "0" on the trunnion roller
1 facing the cam, align the "0" on the roller with
the "0" on the shaft 3. Slide assembly onto the
clutch shaft (Figure 2).
NOTE: If the "0" on the shaft is not visible, align the
"0" on the trunnion roller with the first groove to the
right of the keyway on the shaft.
FIGURE 1
THE “O” ON SHAFT IS
THE FIRST GROOVE
TO THE RIGHT
OF THE KEYWAY
“O” MUST
2 FACE CAM
2
1
3
FIGURE 2
If the timing marks ("0") are not properly aligned, the
cut-off will not operate properly. The timing on the
cut-off revolution will not be correct and will cause
premature and/or erratic cut-off.
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6. Install the three spring washers 1 (with convex
side facing the adjusting nut) onto the shaft
(Figure 3).
7. With set screws and brass plugs removed
from adjusting nut, install adjusting nut 2 onto
connecting rod and tighten until pressure plate
and brake lining are tight against housing.
2
FIGURE 3
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ADJUSTING PRESSURE PLATE CLEARANCE
1. Insert the locking screw partially into the end bolt,
using a lithium based lubricant, or an anti-seize
compound on the threads. Tighten the screw
until hand tight.
NOTE: If locking screw is not into the end bolt far
enough, the end bolt threads will strip when shimming flywheel.
2. Install end bolt (with locking screw inserted),
washer and shim pack, placing the thicker shims
onto the outside of the end bolt.
3. Tighten end bolt and torque to 75 ft-lbs
(102 N·m). Tighten locking screw.
4. Using a feeler gauge, measure the distance
between flywheel and clutch lining to determine
how many shims to remove to obtain .005"
(.127 mm) clearance. (Figure 1)
NOTE: The measurement of .005" may vary in
places around the pressure plate. Some places may
read .006" and some may read higher. As long as
the narrowest measurement is .005", installation will
be correct.
5.If adjustment is necessary, loosen the lock screw
1 in the end bolt 2, and remove end bolt 2,
washer 3 and shim pack 4. (Figure 2)
6.Remove shims as required to obtain the required
.005" (.127mm) between the clutch liner and
flywheel. When replacing shim pack to cut-off,
place a .015" (.381mm) shim to the outside of the
shim pack.
7. After required shim(s) is (are) removed, assemble in reverse order of removal. Insert the
locking screw partially into the end bolt using a
lithium based lubricant or anti-seize compound
on the threads. Tighten screw until hand tight.
If the lock screw is not started into the end bolt
properly, the end bolt may strip the threads when
being installed.
8. Tighten end bolt and torque to 75 ft-lbs
(102 N·m). Tighten locking screw.
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3
1
4
2
FIGURE 2
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9. From the right side of the unit, loosen the
adjusting nut until he cam can be rocked back
and forth approximately 1/4" (6.4mm). Be sure to
raise the trigger to ensure complete movement.
Trigger must NOT interfere with cam stop.
(Figure 3)
10. Install brass plugs and set screws into adjusting
nut and tighten set screws. Re-check the 1/4"
(6.4mm) rocking dimension. If necessary, loosen
the set screws, re-adjust nut, and re-tighten set
screws.
13. After assembly, refer to "Checking Brake
Clearance" and follow instructions accordingly.
BE SURE
TRIGGER DOES
NOT INTERFERE WITH
CAM MOVEMENT
11. After cam movement is adjusted properly, install
the trigger spring, cut-off ram springs, dog wheel
assembly and chain guards.
12. Lubricate all fittings in the cut-off before operating
unit.
FIGURE 3
GEAR REPLACEMENT
1. Remove drain plug from front of gear case and
drain gear case. Remove gear case cover.
(Figure 1)
2. Remove belt shield and belt (if unit has cut-off,
remove cut-off chain and dog wheel assembly).
3. Remove screw, lockwasher, and flatwasher from
end of belt pulley (if unit has cut-off, remove the
chain sprocket bolted to the belt pulley).
GEAR SHAFT LOCATIONS: (Figure 2)
1. Drive wheel Chain Sprocket Shaft
2. Gear and Upper Chain Sprocket Shaft
3. Sliding Gear Shaft
4. Pulley Shaft
5. Idler Gear Shaft
6 Drive Gear Shaft
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SOD CUTTER
GEAR REPLACEMENT -cont.
4. Remove the four screws securing the hub to
pulley. Insert two screws into the threaded holes
on hub and tighten against the pulley. Tap pulley
with a soft hammer (rubber, lead, or brass) and
continue turning the screws approximately 1/2
turn each time. Alternate tightening each screw
until hub is free from pulley; and remove pulley
from shaft. (Figure 3).
5. Remove the four screws securing the bearing
cage. Remove bearing cage and pulley shaft out
of gear case (removing the blade drive gears as
shaft is pulled out). (Figure 4)
6. Remove the plug covering the idler shaft from
right side of unit.
7. Using a hammer and punch, drive idler shaft out
the left side of unit and remove idler gear and
bushings.
NOTE: DO NOT drive idler shaft out the right side of
unit or damage to gear case may occur.
When reassembling idler shaft, make sure
bushings on shaft are installed correctly. (Figure
5)
8. Remove sod cutting blade from unit.
9. Remove side arm from one side of unit. Remove
the two screws securing the top of side arm
assembly and remove the nut securing side arm
FRONT
OF
UNIT
SHORT
BUSHING
KNURLED END
OF SHAFT
LONG
BUSHING
FIGURE 5
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IDLER
GEAR
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MAINTENANCE / SERVICE
on lower shaft.
10. Loosen the clamp screw on the pitman arm 1
and the clamp screw on eccentric assembly 2.
Remove from shafts. (Figure 6)
11. Remove the two top screws securing the other
side arm. Remove side arm, shaft, and pitman
arm by pulling side arm out.
12. Remove eccentric. Remove bearing cage 3 from
the left and right sides of unit (put a pan under
rear portion of gear case to catch excess oil from
the case cavities).
13. Using a soft hammer and punch, drive the drive
shaft out the right side of the unit. Remove gear
with counter-weights by rotating and lifting gear
out through cover opening.
14. Remove the counter-weights on gear (remove
set screws to remove counter-weights).
15. Install new gear.
16. When installing counter-weights to new gear,
apply Loctite #290 or an equivalent to threads of
set screws prior to assembly. Torque screws to
25 ft-klbs (34 N·m).
17. When installing gear onto shaft, keyways on
the shaft must be centered between mounting
holes of counter-weights to ensure proper timing.
(Figure 7)
COUNTERWEIGHTS
1
2
.005 MAX.
END PLAY
2
FIGURE 7
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MAINTENANCE / SERVICE
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18. Re-assemble in reverse procedure using new
seals and gaskets.
19. After installation of the drive gear and shaft,
check the end play on the shaft. End play cannot
exceed .005" (.13mm). If adjustment is required,
add or remove shims (behind bearing cage) to
obtain correct measurement. Be sure to keep an
equal amount of shims on each side of shaft.
20. After installation of pulley shaft, check for proper
clearance between dog clutch faces. With
the blade shifter handle "Engaged", measure
between the dog clutch faces. Remove or add
shims to obtain .015" (39 mm) clearance
(Figure 8)
21. Check gear adjustment screw for proper
adjustment. To adjust screw, loosen locking nut
and tighten screw against gear. Torque screw to
10 ft-lbs (14 N·m).
22 Back adjusting screw out until 1/16" (1.59mm) is
obtained between screw and gear. (Figure 9)
1/16”
23. Tighten locking screw.
.015” CLEARANCE
BETWEEN
DOG CLUTCH FACES
FIGURE 9
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ADJUSTING
SCREW
HEAVY DUTY
SOD CUTTER
MAINTENANCE / SERVICE
SLIDING GEAR
1. Remove gear case cover.
2. Remove belt shield and belt (if unit has cut-off, remove cut-off chain and dog wheel assembly).
3. Remove screw, lockwasher, and flatwasher from end of belt pulley (if unit has cut-off, remove cut-off
sprocket bolted to the belt pulley).
4. Remove the four screws securing the hub to pulley. Insert two screws into the threaded holes on hub and
tighten against the pulley. Tap pulley with a soft hammer (rubber, lead, or brass) and continue turning the
screws approximately 1/2 turn each time. Alternate screws until hub is free from pulley and remove pulley
from shaft.
5. Remove the four screws securing the bearing cage. Pull bearing cage and pulley shaft out of case,
removing blade drive gears as shaft is pulled out.
6. Remove plugs from both sides of gear case to expose sliding gear shaft ends.
7. Remove large snap ring holding bearing in gear case.
8. Drive the shaft out the right side until the large gear can be removed. Remove large gear, spacer and
snap ring.
9. Remove shaft and sliding gear will come off as shaft is removed.
10. Install new gear and assemble in reverse order.
GEAR AND UPPER CHAIN SPROCKET
1. Remove gear case cover.
2. Remove belt shield and belt from unit.
3. Remove the two top screws on both side arms and turn towards rear of unit for easier access to shaft
ends.
4. Remove plugs from each side of case and remove the large snap ring securing the bearing to gear case
on the left side of unit.
5. Expand snap ring inside of case, over the shaft and move gear over for easier access to master link.
6. Remove master link and lay chain on bottom of gear case (chain does not have to be removed from drive
wheel sprocket.)
7. Drive shaft out the left side of unit, releasing gears, chain sprocket and spacers.
8. Install new gear and assemble in reverse order.
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MAINTENANCE / SERVICE
HEAVY DUTY
SOD CUTTER
DRIVE WHEEL CHAIN SPROCKET
1. Drain gear case oil and remove gear case cover.
2. Remove belt shield and belt from unit.
3. Remove the two top screws on both side arms and lean them towards rear of unit for easier access to
shaft ends.
4. Remove plugs from each side of gear case and remove the large snap ring securing the bearing to gear
case on the left side of unit.
5. Expand snap ring inside of case, over the shaft and move gear over for easier access to master link.
6. Remove master link and lay chain of bottom of gear case (chain does not have to be removed from drive
wheel sprocket.)
7. Drive shaft out the left side of unit, releasing gears, chain sprocket and spacers.
8. Use adequate jack stands and raise unit so drive wheels are off the floor and support. Remove both drive
wheels and axle keys.
9. Remove seal in case and remove the snap ring holding bearing to case.
10. Install axle nut on end of shaft (opposite the side the snap ring was removed from).
11. Using a soft hammer (lead, rubber, or brass) drive shaft out of case. Remove sprocket by lifting up on
chain.
12. Check top sprocket and chain for wear and replace as necessary.
13. Re-assemble in reverse order using new seals and gaskets.
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STORAGE
HEAVY DUTY
SOD CUTTER
STORAGE INSTRUCTIONS
EXTENDED STORAGE
To prevent possible explosion or ignition of
vaporized fuel, do not store equipment with fuel
in tank or carburetor in enclosure with open flame
(for example, a furnace or water heater pilot
light).
Daily Storage
1. Check engine oil level and air filter element daily.
2. Check oil level in gear case.
3. Close fuel valve at bottom of fuel tank.
4. Clean cutting blade (grass, dirt, etc.).
Before the equipment is put into storage for any
period exceeding 30 days:
1. Drain all fuel from fuel tank and lines (use a
hose or fuel line, routed from fuel tank shut-off to
proper container).
2. Start engine and run until all fuel is used from the
carburetor float bowl.
3. While engine is warm, drain the crankcase
oil and refill with the proper weight of oil
corresponding to the season when the equipment
will next be used.
4. Remove the spark plug and squirt a small
quantity of engine oil into the cylinder. Turn the
engine over a few times to distribute the oil.
5. Lubricate all lubrication fittings.
6. Clean and oil cutting blade to prevent rust.
To put equipment into operation after an
extended storage:
1. Fill fuel tank with clean fresh fuel.
2. Check crankcase oil level, and start engine.
3. Check fuel system for fuel leaks.
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TROUBLE SHOOTING
HEAVY DUTY
SOD CUTTER
TROUBLE SHOOTING
SOD CUTTER
PROBLEM
CAUSE
Blade will not stay
in ground.
SOLUTION
a. Bottom of blade is probably rounded off.
a. Sharpen or replace blade.
b. Blade angle is not properly set.
b. In hard ground, the angle of cut
should be slightly downward
(pivot “A” frame forward).
Roots clogging blade
on side or bottom.
Some types of turf and soil make this a
problem.
Keep the blade extra sharp, and
ground back at a low angle.
Belts jump off
a. Wrong type of belts.
a. Use only the special banded
factory belt.
b. Too much slack when belt tightener
is disengaged.
b. Slide engine forward and
readjust control rod.
Locking levers not
tight when pulled to
limit of travel.
Thread wear on locking nut.
Tighten locking nut on opposite
end of tie rod.
Belts grab in pulleys
and unit creeps when
clutch is NOT engaged.
a. Belts are old and frayed, or are not the
type sent out with unit.
a. These belts should be replaced
with factory stock, anti-friction
belts, designed for belt tightener
clutches.
b. Rust or paint in pulley grooves.
b. Clean and polish pulleys.
c. Engine set too far forward.
c. Move engine back.
Refer to instructions for set-up, operation and service to properly
install or correct any problems stated in the above chart.
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TROUBLE SHOOTING
HEAVY DUTY
SOD CUTTER
TROUBLE SHOOTING
AUTOMATIC CUT-OFF
CAUSE
PROBLEM
No cutting
Continuous cutting
or double tripping.
Incomplete cut-off.
Clutch slips and/or
overheats
Length of cut varies.
SOLUTION
a. Shaft nut on cam end is too tight.
b. Foreign material between rollers and
cam surface.
a. Adjust shaft nut.
b. Clean rollers and cam.
c. Metering wheel slipping or not turning.
c. Check bearing for free rotation,
or broken chain.
a. Shaft nut on cam end too loose.
a. Adjust shaft nut.
b. Trigger out of adjustment, loose
or broken.
b. Adjust, tighten, or replace
the trigger.
c. Broken or badly worn rollers or bearings.
c. Repair or replace as necessary.
d. Weak trigger spring.
d. Stretch or replace spring.
e. Worn trigger end or cam stop.
e. Grind square in emergency,
replace as soon as possible.
f. Trigger binding in housing.
f. Remove and repair.
g. Trigger and cam stop not in line.
g. Shim trigger for correct
alignment.
a. Dull blade.
a. Sharpen blade.
b. Improperly sharpened blade.
b. Resharpen blade.
c. Shaft nut improperly adjusted.
c. Adjust shaft nut.
d. Weak pressure on plate spring.
d. Replace spring.
e. Unit setting too high.
e. Adjust dual wheel height.
f. Clutch overheating.
f. Adjust pressure plate clearance.
g. Loose belts.
g. Secure with proper tension.
a. Shaft not properly adjusted.
a. Adjust shaft nut.
b. Weak spring or improper shimming.
b. Replace spring or re-shim.
c. Improper pressure plate clearance.
c. Adjust pressure plate clearance.
d. Clutch linings glazed.
d. Roughen surface or replace.
Trigger friction too great.
Lubricate end of trigger and shaft.
Refer to instructions for set-up, operation and service to properly
install or correct any problems stated in the above chart.
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ACCESSORIES
HEAVY DUTY
SOD CUTTER
ROLLING RAM ACCESSORY: P/N 545395
For conversion of Walking Ram to Rolling Ram,
two accessories need to be used. Accessory part
number 545395 Rolling Ram, MUST BE used with
Accessory part number 545505 Sulky Roller.
This accessory allows the cut-off blade to pull the
edge of the sod up, creating a lip for the Sulky Roller
to catch on. This lets the primary rack grab the edge
of the sod and begin the rolling process.
PART NUMBER DESCRIPTION
EXISTING
HARDWARE
EXISTING
HARDWARE
QTY
521481
SEAL, FELT
2
521482WASHER, THRUST
2
521483PIN, ROLLER1
521484ROLLER1
SOD HOLD-DOWN SKID: P/N 545637
Under certain (extremely dry) conditions, the sod will
have a tendency to buckle up directly behind the cutting blade. The hold-downs mount between the side
arms to prevent this.
6
7
PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
1
2
3
4*
5
6
7
SCREW, 5/16-24X1
FINGER, SOD
BRACKET, RH
BRACKET, LH
BLT-WLF 1/4-20 X 3/4
NUT-WLF 5/16-24
NUT,1/4-20 FLGLOCK
515011
520176
520177
520178
64139-04
64141-1
64141-2
QTY
3
2
6
2
1
1
4
6
4
5
*NOT ILLUSTRATED
40
1
SPECIFICATIONS
HEAVY DUTY
SOD CUTTER
Models: 544853G........HD Sodcutter - 16 in.
544854G........HD Sodcutter - 18 in.
Engine:
Model...............Model GX390UT2, 11.7 HP Honda
Starter.......................................
Recoil
Governor..........
3200 RPM + 150 RPM, no load
Clutch...............
spring loaded belt tightener type
Reduction
Engine to blade.......................................
2.50:1
Engine to drive wheels............................ High 29.1:1
Low 36.2:1
Engine to Auto Cut-off............................
4.82:1
Wheels:
Drive.................
8" (203 mm) Dia. w/knobby
tread vulcanized to hub
Rear..................
2 x 2.80-4 pneumatic tires
with pre-packed ball bearings
Drive:
Engine to gear case.................Two banded A-section
belts from engine to gear case.
Ten-pitch gears and #50 roller chain
running in oil, in gear case to drive wheels.
Gear case:
Lubrication..................................
Capacity......................................
High Gear: 231 ft/min
(70.5M/min)
Cut-Off drive................
Rolling Racks..
Adjustable: 1 ft. to 9 ft.
(305mm to 2.7M)
Adjustable to various sod lengths
6 ft.(1,829mm) to 9 ft.(2,743mm)
Dimensions:
Width..........................................
31" (787 mm)
Length........................................
74" (1880 mm)
Height.........................................
42" (1067 mm)
Wheelbase.................................
24" (610 mm)
Wheelbase with Sulky................ 60 3/4" (1238 mm)
Weight:
544853G................
544854G................
534 lbs. (242 Kg)
563 lbs. (588 Kg)
TOUCH -UP PAINT:
16OZ. (0.5L) Spray can, order P/N 65334
EP140 Gear lube
3 1/2 Pints (1.7L)
Axles............................ Drive Wheel; splined 1 3/4"
(44.5 mm) diameter mounted
in ball bearings.
Rear; center pivot rocking
Chasis.........................
One-piece cast iron gear
case
Blades....................................... High Carbon Steel
Hardened and Sharpened
Blade pitch:
Hand lever adjustment...............
variable 0O to 9O
Blade speed: .....
1280 oscillations/min @ 3200 engine RPM
Cutting width:
544853G..................
544854G..................
16"" (30.5 cm)
18" (45.7cmm)
Cutting Thickness.........
Precisely adjustable
to 2 1/2" (63.5)
Cutting Speed @ 3200 RPM....Low Gear: 145 ft/min
(56.3M/min)
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SOD CUTTER
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HEAVY DUTY
SOD CUTTER
PARTS
SECTION
43
CUT-OFF CLUTCH
HEAVY DUTY
SOD CUTTER
FIGURE 1
36
31
24
40
40
32
30
41
21
26
43
28
35
39
9
34
29
20
15
7
11
16
44
10
12
18
17
33
5
37
22
13
8
14
42
19
NOTE: Center boss on washer should be against inner race of bearing.
44
2
38
4
1
3
25
6
23
40
CUT-OFF CLUTCH
HEAVY DUTY
SOD CUTTER
ITEM PART NO.
1
2
3
4
5
DESCRIPTION
FIGURE 1
QTY
ITEM PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
QTY
64006-03
WASHER, 3/8 HELICAL LCK 4
64001-3
NUT, 1/2-20 HEX JAM
2
306539
SCRW,.38-16.875 HX G5
4
64164-28
KEY-#808 WOODRUFF
1
641989-16 BLT-HEX EOC 1/4 - 20 X 1 2
(APPLY LOCKTITE #290 OR EQUIVALENT TO
THREADS PRIOR TO ASSEMBLY)
6
316924
SCRW,.25-28.38 BS HS G8 2
7
322494
O-RING,2.05.103 BUNA-N 701
8
515200
WSHR,.47.97.03 YS FLAT
2
9516262 PLUG
2
10516333 DISC
1
11516338 SPROCKET
1
12 516343
WASHER, SPECIAL
1
13 518528
SPRING-PRESSURE PLATE 1
14519904 LINER
1
15520229 BEARING-THRUST
1
16520231 WASHER-THRUST
2
17521316 BOLT-SPECIAL
1
18 521477
SHIM, .015 (.381mm)
5
19 521478
SHIM, .005 (.127mm)
6
20521480 RING-SEAL
1
21521485 NUT-ADJUSTING
1
22521486 BUSHING-CAM
1
23521487 STOP-CAM
1
24521490 ROLLER-CAM
2
25521491 WASHER-THRUST
2
26521495 RETAINER
1
27521497 CAM
1
28521498 ECCENTRIC
1
(APPLY LOCKTITE #290 OR EQUIVALENT TO
THREADS PRIOR TO ASSEMBLY)
29521499
30521500
31521501
32521508
33521509
34521511
35 545358
36548111
37548112
38548115
39 548209
40 85010N
41 548225
42548350
43 64139-02
44 800433
ROD-CONNECTING
TRUNNION
SHAFT-CLUTCH
FLYWHEEL
PLATE-PRESSURE
WASHER-BELLEVILLE
TIE ROD, COMPLETE
BEARING-BALL
BEARING-BALL
BEARING-NEEDLE
SET SCREW, 5/16-24x5/16
ZERK-1/4-28 STR S-TAP
FITTING-LUBE, 1/4-28, 45
RING-LOCK
BLT-WLF 1/4-20X1/2
PLUG, 3/8-18 NPT
1
1
1
1
1
3
1
2
1
2
2
3
2
1
2
1
45
GEAR CASE
HEAVY DUTY
SOD CUTTER
FIGURE 2
20
35
23
19
40
26
29
30
1
6
28
42
43
22
41
13
12
21
4
38
37
42
2
41
5
3
40
18
19
14
15
17
16
33
39
36
34
32
11
17
44
31
32
24
7
39
25
8
33
10
33
9
34
10
17
36
31
46
15
11
GEAR CASE
HEAVY DUTY
SOD CUTTER
ITEM PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
FIGURE 2
QTY
ITEM PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
QTY
1
64123-80
BLT-HEX 1/4-20X1-1/4
1
2
64006-01
LOCKWASHER-1/4 HELICAL6
3
307665
NUT,.75-16 YS HX JAM
2
4
64025-19
NUT-1/2-13 HEX
1
5
309799
LWSHR,.75 ZS SHKPRF EXT2
6
515607
SHIFTER LEVER
1
7515618 SHAFT
1
8515638 SPROCKET
1
9515639 GEAR
1
10515640 SHAFT
2
11 812009
BRG,BALL.67 1.57.47 "OP" 2
12 516158
PIN (PLATED)
1
13518453 SPRING
1
14520598 GEARCASE
1
15 520600
GEAR,45T X 4.70 O.D.
2
16 520601
GEAR, 48T X 5.00 O.D.
1
17520621 SPACER
5
18520688 GASKET
1
19520722 SPACER
2
20520723 SHAFT
1
21521222 COVER-GEARCASE
1
22 524539
DECAL,GEAR LUBE
1
23 545626
SPROCKET AY
1
24546070 ECCENTRIC
1
25 546071
FORK AY, SHIFTER
1
26 547398
CHAIN AY,#50 RLR
1
(INCLUDES ITEM 27)
27 *548481
28 800113
29 547423
30 547424
31548080
32548322
33548325
34548327
35 64164-10
36 548482
37 64151-1
38 548726
39 548931
40 548952
41548953
42548954
43 548984
44 553046
LINK-CONNECTOR
PLUG,.5-14NPT PS SQ HD
DRIVE WHEEL 16"
DRIVE WHEEL 18"
BEARING-NEEDLE
RING-LOCK
RING-LOCK
RING-LOCK
1/4X1/4X1-1/4 MACH KEY
PLUG-EXPANSION, 1-1/4
LOCKNUT, 1/4-20
SCREW, MACH 1/4-20x3/4
PLUG-EXPANSION, 1-3/4
RING-RETAINING, INT
BEARING-BALL
SEAL-OIL
SCREW, 1/2-13x4
KEY-WOODRUFF, #3
1
1
2
2
2
2
4
2
2
2
1
6
2
2
2
2
1
1
* NOT ILLUSTRATED
47
GEAR CASE (CON'T)
HEAVY DUTY
SOD CUTTER
FIGURE 3
3
26
4
16
13
27
46
21
35
47
34
1
4
36
1
2 28
44
12
40
9
11
42
15
4
14
49
10
51
50
48
50
39
7
7
52
23
22
20
24
5
43
25
33
43
5
50
19
6
32
4
53
37
17
38
4
18
45
16
30
31
17
45
6
48
4
31
16
18
4
38
29
53
37
8
GEAR CASE (CON'T)
HEAVY DUTY
SOD CUTTER
ITEM PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
FIGURE 3
QTY
1
64123-64
BLT-HEX 5/16-18X2-1/4
5
2
64123-80
BLT-HEX 1/4-20X1-1/4
1
3
302479
SCRW,.31-18 1.12 YS HX G54
4
64006-02
LOCKWSHR-HELICAL 5/16 14
5
64164-19
KEY WOODRUFF.19X.75 #9 2
6
64123-68
BOLT-HEX 5/16-18X1
8
7
64164-28
KEY-#808 WOODRUFF
2
864163-55WSHR-.328X.75X14GA 1
9
515390
WASHR,.39 1.25.19 YS FLAT1
10 515891
SPACER, .010 (.254mm)
2
11 515897
HANDLE-BLADE ENGAGE 1
12516172 CLUTCH
1
13516182 CAGE-BEARING
1
14 516194
SPRING-INNER SHIFTING 1
15 516196
SPRING-OUTER SHIFTING 1
16 520238
SHIM, .005 (.127mm)
A/R
17 520239
SHIM, .010 (.254mm)
A/R
18 520240
SHIM, .020 (.508mm)
A/R
19520609 SHAFT-IDLER
1
20520610 SPACER
1
21520613 SPACER
1
22520628 SHAFT-INPUT
1
23520629 GEAR-TOP
1
24520631 GEAR-IDLER
1
25520639 SPACER
1
26 520645
PULLEY, 9-3/4" (248mm)
1
27 520672
GEAR, 21 TOOTH
1
28 524485
DECAL-BLADE SHIFTER
1
29521214 COUNTERWEIGHT-LEFT 1
30 521215
COUNTERWEIGHT-RIGHT1
31 521217
SCREW, 5/16-18x3-1/4" G8 2
32521253 SHAFT
1
33521254 GEAR-DRIVE
1
34521492 SPROCKET
1
35 64164-28
KEY, 1/4x1 #15 WOODRUFF 1
36523337 HUB
1
37545050 CAGE-BEARING
2
(INCLUDES ITEM 38)
ITEM PART NO.
42 548080
43 548095
44 548131
45 548272
46 548326
47548327
48 548477
49 548478
50 548482
51 64151-1
52 548775
53 814473
DESCRIPTION
QTY
BRG.NDL.75 1.00.75 OPEN 1
BRG,NDL 1.00 1.25.75 OPEN2
BRG,BALL 1.00 2.00.50
2
SEAL,OIL 1.00 SHAFT
2
RING,INT RET 2.21OD.06T 1
RING-LOCK
1
SPACER, .060 (1.52mm)
A/R
SPACER, .036 (.914mm)
A/R
PLUG,EXPANSION 1.25
3
NUT-HEX 5/16-18 EDGE LCK1
PLUG.25-18NPTF HS
1
CONE,TPRD RLR BRG 1.00 2
* NOT ILLUSTRATED
38 814474
CUP-TAPERED ROLLER BR 2
39545710 SHAFT
1
40 547402
CHAIN, #50 ROLLER, 60 LNK 1
(INCLUDES ITEM 41)
41 *548481
LINK-CONNECTOR
1
49
ENGINE, MOUNT, & COVERS
HEAVY DUTY
SOD CUTTER
FIGURE 4
55
63
4
9
38
36
18
24
25 43
36
1 54
27
58
62
60
37
57
61
7
59
1
4
17
12
2
12
7
11
15
28
50
29
56
10
1
40
33
9
5
4
45
47
26
47
1
6
7
29
20
53
23
52
32
r
tte
Cu e
od l Grad
y S na
ut fessio
D
ro
P
y
46
3
8
42
35
48
5
19
4
30
22
51
16
39
13
11
23
21
14
34
50
8
41
4
49
9
31
av
He
ENGINE, MOUNT, & COVERS
HEAVY DUTY
SOD CUTTER
ITEM PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
FIGURE 4
QTY
1
64006-03
WASHER, 3/8 HELICAL LCK 9
2
64025-24
NUT-HEX 7/16-20
3
3
64123-67
BLT-HEX 3/8-16 X 2
1
4
64006-06
LOCKWSHR-HELICAL 7/16 7
5
304364
NUT,.44-14 YS HEX
2
6
64025-04
NUT-3/8-24 HEX
1
7
64123-50
BOLT-HEX 3/8-16X1
7
8
64268-03
NUT-NYLN FLG LCK 3/8-16 1
9
64123-38
BLT-HEX 7/16-14X1
3
10 64018-39
BLT-CRG 3/8-16 X 1 3/4
1
11 64140-1
COTTER PIN-1/8X1
2
12 64163-61
WSHR .81X.406X16GA
2
1364163-67 WASHER-.516X1X12GA 2
144163959.2COVER-FRONT
1
15 316920
SCRW,.44-20 1.75 YS HX G53
1664163-43 WSHR.443/.454X1X11GA 1
17 64188-64
PIN,CLEVIS3/8X 1.75
1
18518476 SPRING,EXTENSION
1
19 4166807
S-GUARD, BELT REAR
1
204166670.7LINK-CONTROL
1
21 4166667
SPACER BLK
1
22520729.2 BRACE-FRONT
1
23 4163592
LABEL-WARN HANDS/BELT 2
24521679 BUSHING
1
25 524589
PULLEY,3.90 DIA. BLK
1
264166488.7LINK-CONTROL
1
274166464 BELT-DRIVE
1
284166504.2MOUNT-ENGINE
1
29524577 BUSHING
2
30 4151739
S-GUARD, BELT FRONT
1
31 4163976
LABEL-RYAN X-LARGE
1
32 4124293
LABEL-SIDE, HD SOD CTR 1
33 64141-4
NUT-WLF 3/8-16
1
34 64152-56
SCREW-HS S-TAP #12X1/2 3
35 35027N
FITTING-lube. 1/4-28 90 DEG. 1
36 6416331
WSHR,.25/64 X1 X12
3
37 4166360.7 PLATE AY, PIVOT BLK
1
38 4166395.7 ARM AY BLK
1
394166588.7ARM-IDLER
1
40 64163-61
WSHR .81X.406X16GA
8
4164163-43 WSHR.443/.454X1X11GA 2
42 64163-46 WSHR,.383/.393X.88X7GA1
ITEM PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
QTY
4364044-18 SSCRW-5/16-18X5-16
2
44 64164-10
KEY,.25X.25X1-1/4 SQUARE 1
45 64139-06
BLT-WLH 5/16-18X5/8
2
46 548902
SCRW,.31-18 1.00 HSF G5 2
47 64141-6
NUT, 5/16-18
2
48 548942
PULLEY, IDLER 3.25 DIA.
1
49 64123-289 BLT-HEX 3/8-16X5 1/2
1
50 524366
LABEL-BLADE ADJUST
1
51524540 LABEL-INFORMATION
1
52 4116761
LABLE-MADE IN USA
1
53 340830
DECAL-CAUTION, SPANISH 1
54 64123-16
BLT-HEX 3/8-16X1-1/4
1
55 4166075
ENGINE-HONDA GX390
1
56 64262-014 BLT-FLG HD 3/8-16X2
4
57 64268-03
NUT-FLG NYLCK 3/8-16
5
58 4166856.7 ASY-DECLUTCH, HD
1
59 64123-54
BLT-HEX 5/16-18 X 3/4
2
6064163-55 WSHR-.3628X.75X14GA 2
61 64006-02
LCKWSHR- 5/16 HELICAL 2
624166361.7SPACER-ENGINE
1
63 64163-31
WSHR 25/64X1X12
1
* NOT ILLUSTRATED
51
CONTROL HANDLES, PITMAN & SIDE ARMS
HEAVY DUTY
SOD CUTTER
FIGURE 5
41
32
34
36
34
8
8 51
41
8
33
35
41
54
56
51
13
55
11
39
12
4
38
6
10
41
40
13
53
43
48
24
23
25
41
7
9
42
2
39
47
45
16
3
26
28
29
30
37
52
20
1
5
18
22
21
18
52
44
31
27
46
14
15
19
17
49
50
CONTROL HANDLES, PITMAN & SIDE ARMS
HEAVY DUTY
SOD CUTTER
ITEM PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
FIGURE 5
QTY
1
64006-02
LOCKWSHR-HELICAL 5/16 6
2
64123-107 BLT-HEX 5/16-18X7/8
4
3
64123-61
BLT-HEX 5/16-18X1-3/4
2
4
328018
SCRW,.44-14 1.12 YS HX G56
5
515011
SCRW,.31-24 1.00 ZS HX G86
6515729 BUSHING
2
7516067 BUSHING
2
84135868 COVER-HANDLE
3
9
521435.7
SHAFT, LOWER
1
10 64163-31
WSHR-25/64 X 1 X 12
1
11 2308066
WSHR-FRICTION .390X1.121
12 4114727
KNOB-SPEED CONTROL
1
13521472 BRACKET-PIVOT
2
14 4164681
S-ECCENTRIC AY
2
(INCLUDES ITEMS 15 & 16)
15521424 RING
1
16 548814
RACE-INNER, NEEDLE BRG1
17 545437
ARM AY
2
(INCLUDES ITEMS 18-22)
18 64197-025 BLT-TDFM 1/4-20X5/8
19521425.2 PLATE-COVER
20 521427
ARM, PITMAN
21 521428
BEARING, NEEDLE
22 85010-03
ZERK-1/8 NPT, STR
23 545443.2
BRACKET-PIVOT, COMPLT
(INCLUDES ITEMS 24 & 25)
4
2
2
2
2
2
24
25
26
521429
BRONZE BEARING
85010N
ZERK-1/4-28 STR S-TAP
4153500
ARM-SIDE, COMPLETE
(INCLUDES ITEMS 27-31)
1
1
2
27
28
29
30
31
521436
521438
548138
64164-42
85010N
BALL BEARING
GREASE SEAL
BEARING, NEEDLE
LOCK RING
ZERK 1/4-28 STR STHRD
2
2
4
4
4
32 4164541.2 LEVER-DEPTH CONTROL
334164517.2H-FRAME
344164570.2HANDLE
35 524549
ROD, TIE LOWER
36 524550
ROD, TIE UPPER
37 64163-98
WSHR- 1.25X.76X18GA
38 64268-03
NUT-FL NY LOCK 3/8-16
39 64151-7
LOCKNUT, 1/2-13 HEX
40 64123-50
BOLT-HEX 3/8-16X1
1
1
2
1
1
2
2
2
2
ITEM PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
QTY
4164163-99 WSHR-.510X1.31X.179 4
42 4164033
LABEL-CHF VERT
2
43 548056
NUT,.44-14 YS HX UNITORQ6
44 64025-03
NUT-HEX 5/16-24
6
45 564006-16 LWSHR,.5/16 HI-COLLAR
2
46 64151-33
NUT-HEX 1/2-20 LOCK JAM 2
47 800513
SCREW-SH 5/16-18-1-1/4
2
48 64141-9
NUT-WLF 5/16-18 CL
4
49 4132716.7 WLDMT-SOD CUTTER, 16" 1
(USED ON MODEL 744853G)
50
4132717.7 WLDMT-SOD CUTTER, 18" 1
(USED ON MODEL 744854G)
51
52
53
54
55
56
4113281
64268-02
64018-7
4164484
4164446
64268-03
WASHER-SPCL .531
2
NUT-FL NY LOCK 5/16-18 2
BLT-CRG 3/8-16 X 1 1/4
1
LABEL-CUT DEPTH 1
PLATE ADJUSTMENT STOP 1
NUT-FL NYLOCK 3/8-16
1
53
BLADE, MOUNTS, ROCKER ARMS & RAM
HEAVY DUTY
SOD CUTTER
FIGURE 6
5
27
33
32
36
11
28
30
36
34
29
14
37
25
30
31
38
37
34
6
19
20
34
12
13
35
8
17
18
23
16 15
4
21
16
15
22
24
1
26
7
54
2
3
2
10
HEAVY DUTY
SOD CUTTER
ITEM PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
BLADE, MOUNTS, ROCKER ARMS & RAM
FIGURE 6
QTY
1
64141-4
NUT-WLF 3/8-16
1
2
64006-03
WASHER, 3/8 HELICAL LCK 3
3
64123-67
BLT-HEX 3/8-16X2
1
4
64123-173 BLT-HEX 3/8-16X4-1/2
1
5 4164000.2GUARD-INNER
2
6
64229-03
NUT-NYLON LOCK 3/8-16 6
7
64123-100 BOLT-3/8-16X2-1/4 HEX
2
8
64025-02
NUT-HEX 5/16-18
2
9
*320107
TIE, STRAP
2
10 64123-16
BLT-HEX 3/8-16 X 1-1/4
6
11 4137371
LABEL-CRUSH HAND
1
12 515537.7
MOUNT, BLADE 16"
1
(USED ON MODEL 544853G)
13
515538.7
MOUNT, BLADE 18"
(USED ON MODEL 544854G)
14
15
16
17
64164-05
KEY, WOODRUFF #404
1
800416
SCRW,.25-20 1.00 YS FR G56
64141-2
NUT-WLF 1/4-20
6
515547
BLADE, CUT-OFF, 16" SER 1
(USED ON MODEL 544853G)
18
515548
BLADE, CUT-OFF, 18" SER 1
(USED ON MODEL 544854G)
19 520420
SPRING-WALKING RAM
20520426 SHAFT
21520665 PLATE
22521331 SHIM
23 521474
STOP, RAM
24 521475
WEAR BLOCK
25521479 BUSHING
26 521488
REAR RAM ROLLER
(ITEM 26 TO BE USED WITH THE WALKING
RAM CUT-OFF ONLY. WHEN CONVERTING TO
ROLLING RAM FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS
PROVIDED WITH THE ROLLING RAM
ACCESSORY PART # 545395.)
1
ITEM PART NO.
27 521489
28 4151740
29 521515
30521817
31 545390
32 548073
33 548080
34548191
35 548223
36 548224
37 64152-56
DESCRIPTION
QTY
SHAFT, ROCKER ARM
COVER-CUT-OFF W/ THRUST WASHER
ARM-ROCKER
RAM, CUT-OFF
NUT,.62-18 YS FLEXLOCK
BEARING, NEEDLE
GROMMET
SSCRW,.31-18 1.50 BS
FITTING,GREASE 1/4-28
SCRW-HS S-TAP #12 X 1/2
2
1
4
2
1
4
2
2
2
2
5
* NOT ILLUSTRATED
1
1
1
4
1
2
1
1
55
CUT-OFF CASE, METERING WHEEL
HEAVY DUTY
SOD CUTTER
FIGURE 7
13
59
30
34
65
24
37
40
15
66
35
18
49
5
17
71
15
25
43
71
2
7
69 57
6
16
42
60
48
70
49
46
12
11
2
58
23
17
61
14
67
64
21
50
33
63
39
58
52
55
68
47
1
45
64
9
36
38
44
29
60
41
45
26
8
9
53
8
32
58
27
60
31
28
58
20
11
62
10
51
19
11
4
22
56
3
CUT-OFF CASE, METERING WHEEL
HEAVY DUTY
SOD CUTTER
ITEM PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
FIGURE 7
QTY
1
64197-025 TSCRW,.25-20.62 YS HW
2
264163-86WSHR-.265X.625X.125 1
3
64123-89
BOLT-HEX 1/4-20X3/4
12
4
301988
NUT, .5-20 YS HX
1
5
64141-6
NUT-WLF 5/16-18
1
6
64006-06
LOCKWSHR-HELICAL 7/16 2
7
64001-6
NUT-HEX JAM,3/8-16
1
8
306025
LWSHR,.38 YS SHKPRF
2
9
64025-04
NUT-3/8-24 HEX
2
10 64025-01
NUT-1/4-20 HEX
12
11 64006-01
LOCKWASHER-1/4 HELICAL19
12 64025-23
NUT-HEX 1/4-28
1
13 64123-68
BOLT-HEX 5/16-18X1
1
14 306488
LWSHR,.25 ZS SHKPRF
A/R
15 524577
BUSHING, RUBBER
2
16 64123-15
BOLT-3/8-16X3/4 HEX
4
17 64123-16
BLT-HEX 3/8-16X1-1/4
3
18 64123-38
BLT-HEX 7/16-14X1
2
19 309067
LWSHR,.50 YS SHKPRF EXT1
20309978 O-RING
1
21 515494
DOG , TRIP
A/R
22515534 SEGMENT
6
23 515962
BRACKET-HANDLE MNT
1
24 516237
WASHER,.505.75.0149 FL 2
25 516259
PLATE-SPACER
A/R
26 516384
SPROCKET, 12 TOOTH
1
27 516387
SPROCKET, 9 TOOTH
1
28518225 COVER
1
29518240 GUARD
1
304164017.7ADJUSTER
1
31518275 SHAFT
1
(APPLY LOCKTITE #290 OR EQUIVALENT TO
THREADS PRIOR TO ASSEMBLY)
32 518277
SPACER (PLATED)
1
33518499 SPRING
1
34518504 SPRING
1
35 520028
WASHER, .50.75.06 YS FLAT1
36 520374
WSHR,1.031 2.00.06 YS FLT 1
37520673 BRACE-REAR
1
38 521494
DUST COVER
1
39 521496
BUSHING, DOG WHEEL
1
404157141 TRIGGER
1
41 521516
COVER, INSPECTION HOLE1
42 4164016.7 BAR,LINK, LIFT, LONG
1
43 524003
SPACER, CUT-OFF
A/R
44 545357
HOUSING-DOG WHEEL
1
(INCLUDES ITEM 45)
ITEM PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
QTY
45518252 BUSHING
46 4157143
TRIP ARM AY
47 545389
SHAFT AY
48 545397
CASE, CUT-OFF, COMPLT
(INCLUDES ITEM 49)
2
1
1
1
49516261 BUSHING
50545403 WHEEL-DOG
51546064 WHEEL-METERING
52 546247
SPROCKET AY
53 547026
CHAIN, #35, 100 LINKS
(INCLUDES ITEM 54)
2
1
1
1
1
54 *
548760
LINK, #35 CONNECTOR
55 547240
CHAIN, #35, 30 LINKS
(INCLUDES ITEM 56)
1
1
56 *
548760
LINK, #35 CONNECTOR
1
57 64140-1
COTTER PIN-1/8 X 1
1
58548115 BEARING
4
59 64163-55
WSHR-.328 X .75 X 14GA
1
60 85010N
ZERK-1/4-28 STR S-TAP
3
61 548319
BEARING, ROLLER
1
62 548726
SCRW,.25-20.75 YS RS
6
63 548756
SCRW,.25-20.50 YS PS G5 A/R
64 64141-4
NUT-WLF 3/8-16
4
65 548898
SCRW,.25-20 1.00 HSF G5 1
66 64188-63
PIN-CLEVIS, 5/16 X 1.75
1
67 64123-87
BOLT-HEX 3/8-16X1-3/4
1
68 64164-05
KEY, WOODRUFF #404
1
69 64229-01
NUT-NYLOC 1/4-20
2
70 64189-20
BLT-HEX SOC 1/4-20X5/8
2
71 64163-31
WSHR 25/64X1X12
2
* NOT ILLUSTRATED
57
HANDLEBARS
HEAVY DUTY
SOD CUTTER
FIGURE 8
4
35
38
8
25
2
24
5
6
31
3
14
29
26
21
18
25
27
4
23
20
22
30
10
11 33
34
11
20
3
15
25
35
36
37
25
32
9
7
12
13
16
4
19
35
11
17
4
28
11
25
1
58
25
HANDLEBARS
HEAVY DUTY
SOD CUTTER
ITEM PART NO.
1
4166783
2
4163774-02
3
64006-03
4
64123-89
5
64025-04
6516544
7
64197-015
8
48228A
9
64025-15
10 64123-16
11 64163-03
12 64229-05
13 64123-24
14 522585
15 522727
16 4161125
17 4164043
1864163-86
19 4164025
20 4163620.7
21 540232
22 540255
23 4164021.7
24548171
25 64229-01
26 64152-18
27 64189-20
28 800495
29 64123-270
30 806800
31 64163-61
32 805421
33814585
34 524472
35 64006-01
36 111898
37 64152-46
38 64163-55
DESCRIPTION
FIGURE 8
QTY
ITEM PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
QTY
WIRE ASSY
1
TUBING-CORRUGATED 5FT1
WASHER, 3/8 HELICAL LCK 2
BOLT-HEX 1/4-20X3/4
9
NUT-3/8-24 HEX
2
BUSHING-PLATED
2
BLT-TDFM 10-32X1/2 TORX 2
CABLE CLIP-INSULATED
1
NUT, 10-24 KEPS HEX
1
BLT-HEX 3/8-16X1-1/4
2
WSHR-.256IDx62ODx18GA.5
NUT-NYLON LOCK 1/2-13 1
SCREW, 1/2-13x1-3/4"
1
HANDLE, CONTROL
2
GRIP, HANDLE
2
LABEL-RYAN , OVAL,SMALL 1
LABEL-CONTROL PANEL 1
WSHR-.265X.625X.125 4
S-CONTROL PANEL HD
1
BRKT-HANDLE MTG
2
CONTROL-KILL SWITCH
1
CONTROL AY,THROTTLE
1
WLDMT-HANDLE HD SOD 1
KNOB
2
NUT-NYLON LOCK 1/4-20 9
SCRW-8-32X3/8 S-TAP
2
BLT-HEX SOC 1/4-20X5/8
4
NUT,.25-20 SPD "U" W/NUT 2
BLT-HEX 3/8-24-2-1/4
2
SWITCH, STOP LIGHT
1
WSHR .81X.406X16GA
2
SPRING, EXTENSION
1
BUSHING
1
ARM, PIVOT (PLATING)
1
LCKWSHR-1/4 HELICAL
3
CLAMP, CABLE
1
SCRW-SLT 10-24 X 1/2
1
WSHR-.328X.75X14 GA
1
* NOT ILLUSTRATED
59
REAR WHEELS
HEAVY DUTY
SOD CUTTER
FIGURE 9
13
12
11
26
19
17
4
25
10
11
3
23
6
9
14
5
2
30
22
29
1
18
24
28
21
8
27
60
16
7
22
15
20
REAR WHEELS
HEAVY DUTY
SOD CUTTER
ITEM PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
FIGURE 9
QTY
1
64006-06
2
304364
3
64001-6
4
64006-03
5
64123-75
6
311397
7
316942
8515759
9
515888
10515958
11520605
12520606
13520617
14 823269
15524809.7
1664163-67
17546153
18547403
19547404
LOCKWSHR-HELICAL 7/16 2
NUT-HEX 7/16-14
2
NUT-HEX JAM, 3/8-16
2
LOCKWASHER, 3/8
2
BOLT, 3/8-16X3 HEX
2
SCRW,.44-14 3.00 YS HX G52
PIN,SPIROL.250.500 PS
2
BUSHING
2
WASHER,.62.88.15 NS FLAT 2
PLUNGER
2
WASHER-THRUST
2
PIVOT-CENTER
1
STRIP-BUSHING
1
WASHER, 7/16
2
SCRAPER-WHEEL
2
WASHER-.516X1X12GA 2
BARREL-WHEEL
2
ARM-WHEEL
2
AXLE
1
204124197
*523261
*523262
*523263
WHEEL-REAR
TUBE
TIRE
BEARING
21
547414
YOKE, COMPLETE
(INCLUDES ITEM 22)
22516915
23 64151-7
24 64229-03
25 548206
26 85010N
27 64123-135
28 523053
29 35027N
30816449
BUSHING
NUT-HEX 1/2-13 CTRLCK
NUT-NYLON LOCK 3/8-16
SET SCREW, 3/8-16x1-1/2
ZERK-1/4-28 STR S-TAP
BLT-HEX 1/2-13X5
SPACER,.51 .75 3.28 ZS
FITTING-ZERK 90DEG.
WASHER
ITEM PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
QTY
2
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
1
2
2
2
2
* NOT ILLUSTRATED
61
ACCESSORIES-ROLL DIVERTER (4166954)
HEAVY DUTY
SOD CUTTER
FIGURE 10
4
1
29
29
25
FRONT
OF UNIT
ENGINE MOUNTING PLATE
9
14
21
5
11
27
12
1
25
23
28
1
22
5
10
4
20
25
7
1
16
4
25
2
3
8
28
26
19
6
1
4
15
24
62
28
5
4
18
9
29
17
13
HEAVY DUTY
SOD CUTTER
ITEM PART NO.
ACCESSORIES-ROLL DIVERTER (4166954)
DESCRIPTION
1120177 LOCKWASHER
2
64123-67
BLT-HEX 3/8-16x2
3
64140-3
PIN,COTTER.09 x.75
4
64025-05
NUT, 3/8 - 16
5
64123-16
BLT-HEX 3/8-16 x 1-1/4
6
64123-171
BLT-HEX 3/8-16X3-1/2
7
64123-147
BLT-HEX 1/2-13x4
8
64163-55
WASHER, 5/16"
94166524.2BRKT-MOUNTING
10
518577
BRKT-RIGHT, REAR
11
518587
BRKT-LEFT, FRONT
12
524596
BRKT-RIGHT, FRONT
13
547032
PLATE-BUMPER, RIGHT
14
547033
PLATE-BUMPER, LEFT
15547034
SKID-RIGHT
16547035
SKID-LEFT
17547048
BUMPER-RIGHT
18547049
BUMPER-LEFT
19547152
ROD-CONTROL
20
547179
BRKT-LEFT, REAR
21
548041
SCREW. 3/8-16x1" G8
22
64141-7
NUT-.5-13 CENTERLOCK
23
64229-03
NUT-NLYON LOCK 3/8-16
24
64044-1
SCREW-SET, 1/4-20x1/4
25
64163-61
WSHR, FLT .81X.406X16GA
26
64123-93
BLT-HEX 3/8-16X5
27819233
BUSHING
28
64139-18
BLT-WLF 3/8-16 X 1 1/4
29
64268-03
NUT-NYLON LOCK 3/8-16
30
4166954
KIT-ROLL DIVERTER, COMP.
FIGURE 10
QTY
ITEM PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
QTY
10
2
2
10
6
1
2
4
2
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
2
2
2
2
6
1
2
4
4
1
(INCLUDES ITEMS 1-29)
* NOT ILLUSTRATED
63
ACCESSORIES-SULKY ROLLER (545505)
HEAVY DUTY
SOD CUTTER
FIGURE 11
10
4
45
12
7
12
29
27
16
5
28
17
7
35
34
21
26
2
46
6
2
35
6
22
9
37
25
16
38
30
39
38
40
16
36
23
43
37
4
41
3
5
14
42
4
32
31
15
2
11
4
6
13
2
64
24
7
1
8
47
20
13
6
HEAVY DUTY
SOD CUTTER
ITEM PART NO.
ACCESSORIES-SULKY ROLLER (545505)
DESCRIPTION
FIGURE 11
QTY
1
64006-05
LOCKWSHR-HELICAL 1/2 1
2
64006-03
WASHER, 3/8 HELICAL LCK 12
3
64123-67
BLT-HEX 3/8-16X2
2
4
64140-1
COTTER PIN, 1/8 X 1.0
12
5
64123-50
BOLT-HEX 3/8-16X1
6
6
64025-05
NUT-3/8-16 HEX
12
7
64025-19
NUT-1/2-13 HEX
7
8
311398
SCREW, 1/2-13X3-1/2
1
9515586 COLLAR
1
10517052 SEAT
1
11 517951
PIN-PIVOT, 1/2x9-19/32
1
12 517968
PIN-CLEVIS, 1/2x4
2
13 517994
PIN-PIVOT, 1/2x5-5/8
2
14518159 AXLE
2
15518285 BAR-DRAG
1
16518535 SPRING
3
17 800237
BOLT-CRG, 3/8-16x1-1/2
2
18 *545434
SPACER-LEFT COMPLETE 1
(INCLUDES ITEM 19)
ITEM PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
QTY
42547042 CLAMP
43547346 RACK-PRIMARY
(INCLUDES ITEM 44)
1
1
44 316949
PIN-SPIROL 1/4x1-1/8
45547451 GUARD
46 64044-18
SETSCREW, 5/16-18 X 5/16
47 64163-31
WSHR-25/64X1X12 GA
48 545505
SULKY ROLLER, COMP.
(INCLUDES ITEMS 1-47)
32
1
1
2
1
* NOT ILLUSTRATED
19 *318243
PIN-ROLL, 3/8"x1"
1
20
545570
SPACER-RIGHT, COMPLETE1
(INCLUDES ITEM 21)
21 318243
PIN-ROLL, 3/8"x1"
22545609 FOOTREST
23 546321
SCREW, ADJUSTING
24546998 BRKT-ADJUSTING
25547002 SUPPORT-FRONT
26547003 PIN-HITCH
27547004 FRAME-SEAT
28547005 PLATE-PIVOT
29547006 SUPPORT-MIDDLE
30547007 SUPPORT-REAR
31547008 RACK-REAR
32547011 BRKT-EXTENSION
(INCLUDES ITEM 33)
1
1
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
33 316949
PIN-SPIROL 1/4x1-1/8
34547014 YOKE-EXTENSION
35547016 YOKE-WHEEL
36547018 WHEEL-COMPLETE
(INCLUDES ITEMS 37-41)
5
1
2
2
37516491
38548151
39 85010N
40 548493
41548880
2
2
1
1
1
CAP-END
BEARING-ROLLER
ZERK-, 1/4-28 STR S-TAP
TIRE-4.8/4.00x8, 2 PLY
STEM-VALVE
65
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