Rover Scottbonnar Owner`s manual

Ranger Auto - Drive
Owners Manual
Model No. 5377 – 12HP.
WARNING
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A mower is a high speed cutting tool. Safety precautions must be observed to reduce the risk of accident.
Careless or improper use may cause serious injury.
Be sure that you read and fully understand the contents of this Owner’s Manual. Should any point be unclear, contact
Rover-Scott Bonnar Limited, in your State or an authorised Rover-Scott Bonnar Service Agent for assistance.
Keep the Owner’s Manual in a safe place for future reference. Read the Owner’s Manual periodically to ensure the
continued safe and proper use of the mower.
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
• A mower user must be in good physical condition and
mental health and not under the influence of any drug or
alcohol which might impair vision co-ordination or
judgement.
• Do not use a mower when tired or fatigued. Lack of
alertness may cause serious injury.
• Know your controls.
Read and understand Owner’s Manual before operating
mower. Learn how to stop the mower in an emergency. Refer
Operator’s Instructions.
• Do not lend or sell the mower without the Owner’s Manual.
• Be sure that anyone using the mower reads and fully
understands the information contained in this Manual and
knows how to safely operate the mower.
• Do not allow children or people unfamiliar with these
instructions to use the mower.
• Never mow whilst bystanders or pets are present in the
mowing area.
• Never carry passengers.
• Never mow while barefoot or wearing open sandals or
thongs. Wear long trousers and heavy non-slip shoes.
• It is advisable to wear suitable eye protection when
operating a mower.
• Before using, always visually inspect to see that the
blades, blade bolts, and cutter assembly are not worn or
damaged. Replace worn or damaged blades and bolts in
sets to preserve balance.
• Damaged blades and worn bolts are major hazards.
• Replace worn or faulty silencers.
• Always mount and dismount mower from left-hand side
(opposite side to discharge chute).
• Make sure the area to be mowed is cleared of sticks,
stones, bones, wire and debris. They could be thrown by the
blades.
• Store fuel in a cool place in a container specifically
designed for that purpose. In general, plastic containers are
unsuitable. Handle fuel carefully. It is highly flammable.
• Refuel outdoors only. Do not smoke when refueling
engine. Add fuel before starting engine. Never remove the
cap from the fuel tank or add petrol while the engine is
running. Allow engine to cool for several minutes before
refueling if engine is hot. If petrol is spilled, do not attempt to
start the engine, but move the mower away from the area of
the spill and avoid creating any source of ignition until the
petrol vapors have dissipated.
• Remove the fuel cap slowly to relieve fuel tank pressure.
• Check for fuel leaks while refueling or using the mower. If
a fuel leak is found, do not start or run the engine until the
leak is fixed and spilled fuel is wiped away.
• Take care not to get fuel on your clothing. If this occurs,
change your clothing immediately.
• Do not operate mower in confined space where exhaust
fumes (carbon monoxide) can collect.
• Mow only in good daylight.
• Start the engine carefully with feet well away from the
blades.
• When starting do not wrap the started rope around your
hand. Do not allow the started cord to snap back. Return the
starter grip slowly to allow the cord to rewind properly.
• Strictly follow the operator instructions before attempting
to start the machine.
• Never mow where machine could tip or slip.
• If machine stalls going uphill, stop blades and back slowly
down.
• Mow up and down slopes. Never mow across a slope.
Exercise extreme caution when changing direction on slopes.
Do not mow excessively steep slopes.
• Do not accelerate or stop the mower suddenly when on a
slope.
• Be extremely careful when using a mower on slopes. Stay
alert for holes in the terrain and other hidden hazards.
• Disengage cutter drive before mowing across gravel drives,
walks or roads.
• Do not mow in reverse. When reversing keep a careful and
continuous observation of the entire area behind the mower.
• Never use the mower unless all guards provided by RoverScott Bonnar Limited are in position.
• Never disconnect the safety switches and never operate
the mower if any safety switch is inoperative.
• Never over-speed the engine or alter the governor settings.
Excessive speed is dangerous and shortens mower life.
• Take all precautions when leaving the mower unattended.
Disengage the cutter drive, set the park brake, shift into
neutral, stop the engine, and remove the key.
• Stop the engine and remove the key whenever you leave
the mower, even for a moment.
• Stop the engine and disconnect the spark plug lead and
inspect mower if:
a) The mower begins to vibrate abnormally: or
b) After striking a foreign object.
Repair the damage before continuing further operation of
the mower.
• Stop the engine and disconnect the spark plug lead before
clearing blockages, checking or working on the mower.
• Never pick up or carry a mower while it is operating.
• Where fitted, turn fuel tap off at the conclusion of mowing.
• When transporting in a vehicle, secure the mower to
prevent movement, roll-over, fuel spillage, and mower
damage.
• Keep all nuts, bolts and screws tight to be sure the
equipment is in safe working condition.
• Never modify the mower in any way. Use only replacement
parts made and guaranteed by Rover-Scott Bonnar Limited.
• Keep all safety devices (guards and switches) in place and
working.
• Keep the engine free of grass, leaves or excessive grease –
these can be a fire hazard.
• Store the mower in a well ventilated room away from
naked flames such as may be found in hot water heaters.
SAFETY FEATURES
 Traction drive, blade drive and seat
safety interlock
 Low centre of gravity, stable wide track
 Enclosed drives
 Parking brake
 Full footrests
 Convenient – easy to operate controls
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SPECIFICATIONS
ROVER RANGER
Machine Model No.
Engine Model No.
Single Cylinder
4 Stroke
Fuel Capacity
Oil Capacity
Lubrication
Spark Plug type
Spark Plug gap
Ignition type
Engine Oil
5377
To emphasise special information the words WARNING and
CAUTION are used.
281707
Briggs & Stratton
12Hp 465cc
4.0 Litres
1.42 Litres
Gear Impellor
Champion CJ8
0.7 to 0.8mm
Magnetron
10w-30 or SAE 30
WARNING:
The safety of the user and others
involved.
Personal injury may result should this
information be disregarded.
CAUTION:
Follow these instructions carefully to
avoid mower damage and loss of
warranty.
TRANSMISSION
STEERING WHEEL
Auto-Drive system consists of a continuous belt being driven
by an idler pulley over two drive pulleys and around a return
pulley. Friction plates are brought into contact with the drive
pulleys to impart either forward or reverse motion to rear
drive wheels by means of a drive selector pedal on the right
side of the machine.
325MM Dia. Steering Wheel. 1 ¼ turns lock to lock.
CLUTCH/BRAKE PEDAL
Foot operated pedal. Left side of machine.
Ground speed at 3600 rpm is variable due to Auto – Drive
system depending on pressure applied to drive selector
pedal.
PARKING BRAKE KNOB
Hand operated catch. Left hand side. Used in conjunction
with clutch/brake pedal.
Max. speed = 8.6 km/hr
CUTTING HEAD
Model 160
DRIVE SELECTOR
Full floating pressed steel housing with right
side discharge. Width of cut 760 mm (30”).
Foot operated pedal located on right side of machine. Spring
loaded so as to return to neutral position.
CUTTING HEIGHT
TYRES
Front Tyres:
4.1 x 6 Tube
Pressure 140 KPA maximum
Lever right hand side. 8 height of cut positions from 15mm
to 65mm.
Rear Tyres:
16 x 6.5 x 8 Tubeless
Pressure 96 KPA maximum
CUTTER DRIVE
Lever located left side of seat cowl.
CONTROLS
GENERAL
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Throttle control with Fast, Slow and Choke positions;
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Key switch with Off, On and Start positions;
Wheel Base: 135cm
Track 63cm. R 69cm F
Turning Circle: 5.8m
Turning Radius: 2.0m
2
Length:
Width:
Height:
Weight:
164cm
80cm
95cm
195kg
LOOSE PARTS KIT
USE
QTY
DESCRIPTION
On steering shaft
Secure steering wheel to shaft
Fitted to cutter head
On stone guard pivot rod
In groove in pivot rod
To start machine
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Steering wheel
Roll Pin
Stone Guard Assy.
Spring Stone Guard
‘E’ Clip
Ignition Keys
Plug Spanner
SETTING UP INSTRUCTIONS
Fig. 4
Fig. 2
INSTALL STEERING WHEEL
1. Slip steering wheel over steering shaft and align the wheel
hole with the shaft hole;
5.
2. Insert drift punch – partially through the holes to maintain
alignment and insert roll pin in the opposite side; See
Fig.2.
INSTALLING THE BATTERY
3. Drive roll pin in until flush with the outside of wheel.
1.
Remove Battery as follows;
(a). remove terminal cable from battery;
(b). undo wingnuts and remove clamp bar.
2.
The battery is not filled with Electrolyte. This should be
done by adding 33% strength battery acid to each cell
until plates are covered. Electrolyte must be purchased
from a local battery supply outlet.
Secure by clipping an ‘E’ Clip into the groove on the pivot
rod. See Fig. 4.
BATTERY
IMPORTANT: DO NOT OVERFILL BATTERY. ACID WILL
OVERFLOW INTO OTHER PARTS OF THE MACHINE AND
SEVERE CORROSION AND DETERIORATION WILL RESULT.
Fig. 3
3.
Leave filler caps off and connect battery charger to
battery terminal. Charge at the rate indicated in the
instructions supplied with the battery.
1. Slip spring into stone guard pivot rod so that the short leg
rests on top of the stone guard;
4.
After charging, check that Electrolyte is still covering
plates, if not, add to correct level. Install filler caps.
2. Now twist the spring as shown and feed the end of the
pivot rod into the forward pivot bracket: See Fig.3.
5.
Replace battery and secure.
6.
Install the positive (red) cable to the positive (+)
terminal and the negative (black) cable to the negative
(-) terminal.
Secure for good electrical contact.
FIT STONE GUARD
3. Insert the short end of the pivot rod fully into the rearward
pivot bracket;
4.
Release the spring. It should spring down onto the top of
the cutter head and be tensioning the stone guard down;
3
BEFORE OPERATING
FILL FUEL TANK – See Safety Instructions.
FILL CRANKCASE WITH OIL
The rider mower may be delivered without oil in the
crankcase. Oil must be added before attempting to
start the engine.
1. Place machine on level surface. Ensure that the
oil plug is securely tightened. Clean around
dipstick.
2. Unscrew and remove dipstick from oil filler tube.
3. Insert funnel into filler tube and slowly add oil in
accordance with the engine manufacturer’s
direction.
NOTE:
Avoid premature engine failure by ensuring
the funnel is clean so contaminants are not
introduced into the crankcase. Wipe any oil
spills so it will not cause dirt to collect on the
engine.
Use only regular grade or unleaded petrol.
Do not mix oil with petrol – engine damage may result.
1.
Clean around fuel tank cap so foreign matter cannot
enter tank when cap is removed.
2.
Using a funnel, fill tank with regular grade or unleaded
petrol. Replace cap.
3.
Wipe up any petrol that may have spilled.
CHECK TYRE PRESSURE
Check and maintain tyre pressure at 140KPA (20 PSI) front
and 96KPA (14 PSI) rear maximum.
4. Ensure oil level is at the full mark on the dipstick,
when screwed completely in. When finished
replace dipstick and retighten.
NOTE: See Maintenance Instructions.
ADJUSTING THE SEAT
Tip the seat forward,
loosen the seat securing
screws. Relocate the seat
for operator comfort.
Tighten the seat securing
screws and lowers the seat
See Fig.5
CONTROLS
Fig. 5
Fig. 6
1.
2.
3.
Throttle Control – Mounted on the control panel and connected
4.
to the engine carburetor controls. Has the symbols for Slow,
Fast and Choke.
Ignition Switch – This switch is part of the battery ignition
system and has three positions marked for Off, On and Start.
The switch is key operated and automatically returns to the On
position from Start position when released.
Brake/Clutch – Foot operated pedal on left side of machine.
Depressing the pedal disengages the drive belt and engages
Brake Disc.
5.
6.
7.
4
Parking Brake – Hand operated knob left hand side.
Depressing the brake clutch foot pedal enables this knob to be
engaged and disengaged. Brake is locked on with knob in up
position.
Drive Selection – Foot operated right hand side. Depress with
toe pressure gives forward motion; depress with heel gives
reverse motion. Automatically returns to neutral position.
Cutting Height Adjuster – Located on right of seat with low cut
at bottom and high cut at the top setting.
Cutter Drive – Lever located on left hand side of seat mounting
box. Down position disengages blade drive and applies blade
brake, Up position engages blades.
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
AUTO – DRIVE OPERATION
Forward and backward movement of the mower is controlled by the drive selector pedal. As with a motor vehicle,
speed is controlled by the amount of pressure on the drive selector pedal. Ensure that the mower user is familiar with
this means of operation before operating the mower, particularly in tight or confined areas.
TO START ENGINE
ENGAGING CLUTCHES
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
WARNING:
NOTE: The engine will not start unless the cutter drive is
disengaged, and clutch/brake pedal is depressed.
6.
Depress clutch/brake pedal – Apply the parking brake
Move the drive selector to neutral
Disengage the cutter drive
Move the throttle lever to the choke position
Turn the ignition key to the start position and release
when the engine starts
Move the throttle lever to about ¼ position
Depress clutch/brake pedal
Disengage the parking brake
Select height of cut
Move throttle to about ¾ position
Engage cutter drive
Select desired drive
Slowly release clutch/brake pedal to move off
3.
4.
5.
Depress clutch/brake pedal
Shift the drive selector to neutral
Disengage the cutter drive
Apply the parking brake
Move throttle lever to the slow position
Turn the ignition key to OFF. Remove the keys
There is a comprehensive Ranger Spare Parts List contained
in this book to help you select the right part quickly.
Before working on the mower, disconnect the spark plug lead
from the spark plug and place it where it cannot contact the
spark plug.
TO STOP IN AN EMERGENCY
1.
2.
3.
4.
Depress brake/clutch pedal and drive selector pedal
together. (This disengages power from the engine and
engages the disc brake)
Apply park brake and lock
Move throttle to slow position and switch off ignition key
Dismount from mower if it is safe to do so
2.
3.
4.
Check your Rover Ranger frequently for loose nuts, bolts,
belts etc, and keep these items correctly tightened and
adjusted.
Note: A check after the first two hours of operation is
recommended. Engine failure or rapid engine wear
mainly result from the following causes –
1.
IMPORTANT
1.
Always look behind the machine before reversing
Do not refuel when the engine is running or while the
engine is hot
Keep bystanders away – Keep hands and feet clear of
moving parts
Keep machine clean of grass and debris
Keep all safety devices (guards and switches) in place
and working
Periodically check the machine and the cutting mechanism.
If parts are worn or need replacing do so by using only
Genuine Rover Replacement Parts.
TO STOP ENGINE
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
To avoid loss of control always come to a
complete stop before changing drive direction
and slow down before turning.
REMEMBER
1.
2.
TO MOW OR DRIVE
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
When engaging the cutter drive lever or releasing the
clutch/brake pedal, always operate slowly. Do not use a
jerking motion. Moving these controls too fast could
possibly overload and stall the engine.
The parking brake should always be applied before
leaving the machine
The parking brake must be released before attempting to
drive
Depress the clutch/brake pedal-when starting or coming
to rest
Do not use sudden directional reversal which can cause
wheel spinning
5
2.
3.
Dirt or abrasives entering the engine via the air
cleaner due to –
a. The air cleaner element not being serviced
regularly, or
b. The air cleaner damaged or dislodged
Dirt or abrasives entering the engine via the oil
filler tube due to –
a. Using a funnel not cleaned of dirt and grit,
b. Topping up with contaminated oil. Oil stored
in an unclean container
Lack of oil. It is important to –
a. Check the oil level regularly (every 5 hours of
operation)
b. Maintain a full sump
MAINTENANCE INTERVAL CHART
Change Oil (Initial)
Change Oil (Periodic)
Check Interlock
Check Cutting Blades
Check Cutting Unit Brake
Check Rear Wheels Brake
Lubricate Pivot Points
Lubricate Drive Chain
Lubricate Throttle Cable
Grease Front Axle Spindles
Service Air Cleaner
Check Spark Plug
Check Drive Belts
Check Drive Chain
Check Tyre Pressure
Clean Outside of Engine
Clean Cutter Housing
Paint Chipped Surfaces
See
Page
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Hours
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25
Hours
50
PERIODIC SERVICE EVERY 25 HRS
75 100 125 150 175 200
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AIR CLEANER: Dual Element Type –
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Remove two cover knobs and remove air cleaner
cover.
Remove foam pre-cleaner, if so equipped
a. Wash pre-cleaner in liquid detergent and warm
water to remove dirt
b. Wrap pre-cleaner in cloth and squeeze dry
c. Saturate foam in engine oil. Squeeze to remove
excess oil.
Remove two nuts from top of cartridge.
Remove cartridge and clean air cleaner body carefully
to prevent dirt from entering carburetor. Brush dirt
from lower air cleaner body into duct.
Clean cartridge by gently tapping on flat surface
a. If very dirty, replace cartridge or wash in a low or
nonsudsing detergent and warm water solution
b. Rinse thoroughly from INSIDE OUT until water is
clear
c. Cartridge must be allowed to stand and air dry
thoroughly before using.
Reassemble air cleaner.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Fit drain tube to drain fitting; see Fig.8.
Place an oil pan under the end of drain tube;
Open the drain fitting about 1 turn and allow the oil to
drain completely;
Retighten drain fitting and refill sump with new oil. For
correct viscosity and service classification, see the engine
manufacturer’s instructions.
SPARK PLUG
NOTE: Nuts holding air cleaner cartridge must be installed The spark plug gap gradually increases during engine running
NOTE:
with fiber washers down on cartridge plate to
prevent dirt from entering carburetor. Tighten nuts
by hand. Over tightening could collapse cartridge.
and should be checked periodically and whenever the engine
malfunctions.
Petroleum solvents, such as kerosene, are not to
be used to clean cartridge. They may cause
deterioration of the cartridge.
DO NOT OIL
CARTIRIDGE. DO NOT USE PRESSURISED AIR TO
CLEAN OR DRY CARTRIDGE.
2.
3.
OIL CHANGE
See engine manufacturer’s instructions.
1. Place machine on a level surface. Start and run engine
for a period to warm the oil.
1.
4.
5.
6.
7.
6
Clean around spark plug area so that dirt will not enter
engine when plug is removed
Disconnect spark plug lead and remove spark plug
Check condition of electrodes and ensure there is no
damage to insulator
Carefully clean the spark plug. Do not grit blast
Set the gap to .8mm (.30”)
Install plug in engine and tighten to 20Nm. If a torque
wrench is not available hand tighten plug. Then with tube
spanner tighten plug about 1/12 of 1 turn
Refit high tension lead. Push onto plug firmly.
MAINTENANCE
COOLING SYSTEM
The Ranger has an air cooled 4 stroke engine. It must be
cleaned frequently. Remove any build-up of grass, dirt or other
debris from the 1.
Cylinder;
2.
Cylinder head cooling fins;
3.
Cooling air intake screen and;
4.
Carburetor governor levers and linkages.
This will ensure adequate cooling and correct engine speed.
THROTTLE CONTROL
Proper choke and stop switch operation is dependant on
adjustment of remote controls –
1.
Loosen outer cable clamp screw (D) on engine; See
Fig.9.
2.
Set throttle control to choke position;
3.
Adjust outer cable under clamp plate so that choke is
operated;
4.
Tighten clamp plate screw and check –
a. Choke does not operate in fast position,
and
b. Stop switch operates correctly.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Move throttle to the slow position and adjust the slow
running stop screw (B) to give an engine speed of 1700
to 1800 RPM.
Adjust the idle needle valve (C) slowly in (lean) and out
(rich) until engine idles smoothly.
Reset engine idle speed.
Check operation.
Engine should increase speed
without hesitation when throttle control is moved
quickly from slow to fast. If the engine tends to die out,
adjust the high speed needle valve 1/8 turn anticlockwise until engine accelerates smoothly.
Never tamper with the engine governor setting.
Changing the engine governor speed will void engine
warranty.
CARBURETOR ADJUSTMENT
The carburetor has been factory set and should only require
occasional fine tuning. See Figs.9 & 10.
1.
Close high speed needle valve (A) in bottom of
carburetor bowl.
Close finger tight in clockwise
direction;
2.
Open (anti-clockwise) the needle valve 2 turns (that is
an approx. setting);
3.
Start engine and let it warm up. Approx. 2 minutes.
Cutter drive must be disengaged. Speed Select-or must
be in Neutral position and Park Brake applied, air
cleaner must be fitted and secured and fuel tank must
be half full.
4.
With the engine running at high speed, adjust the
needle valve 1/8 turn at a time. Clockwise or anticlockwise until engine runs smoothly.
NOTE: Allow several seconds between each adjustment for
engine to adapt to the new setting
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LUBRICATION GENERAL
Using General Purpose Grease – (Every 25 hours)
Grease nipples on front wheel pivots. See Fig.11
Front Axle beam guides
Grease nipples on steering pivot blocks Fig.21
Steering gears Fig.21
Grease nipple on engagement lever pivot Fig.23
Using Clean Engine Oil –
Jockey pivot arms
Throttle control cable Fig.9
Chain Fig.23
MAINTENANCE
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Cutter Drive Lever Pivot;
Clutch/brake pedal pivot; See Fig.15
Tie rod ball ends; Fig.11
All connecting rod pivot points.
WHEEL REMOVAL
NOTE: All ball bearings are sealed and require no
maintenance.
CUTTING UNIT:
Remove spark plug lead and disengage cutter drive before
working on cutter unit, to prevent accidental starting of the
engine.
Before using machine always inspect cutting unit to see that
the cutting disc, blades and blade fixings are not worn or
damaged.
Always check after striking a solid object. Do not operate
machine when unusual vibration occurs.
Replace worn or damaged blades in sets to preserve balance.
Remove any build-up of grass or clogging within the cutting
unit or discharge chute or safety flap.
CAUTION: Always deflate tyre before removing rim nuts on
Front –
front wheel only.
1.
Chock wheels and remove axle nut; See Fig.13
2.
Raise front of machine;
3.
Slide wheel from shaft;
4.
Replace in reverse order;
5.
Retighten axle nut firmly.
Rear –
CUTTING UNIT REMOVAL
1.
Chock front wheels and raise rear of machine;
2.
Remove four wheel nuts;
3.
Slide wheel from hub; Fig.14
4.
Refit wheel to hub
5.
Replace wheel nuts and tighten.
BRAKE CALIPER ADJUSTMENT
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Disconnect Push Rods & Brake Rod Fig.12
Remove tensioning spring. A loop has been provided on
the spring to assist in this operation; See Fig.12
Slide cutterdeck towards back of machine and remove
belt from around cutterdeck pulley.
Undo large retaining washer bolts (A) Fig.12. This will
allow front of deck to be lowered to ground.
Slide cutterdeck forward. This will allow the rear of the
deck to be lowered to the ground and be slid from under
the machine.
Replace in reverse order.
C
B
A
1.
Loosen locknut ‘A’ Fig.15
2.
Loosen Bolt ‘B’ till brake caliper ‘C’ touches brake
Disc.
3.
Retighten Locknut ’A’
NOTE: To remove cutterdeck belt from machine, the belt BRAKE ARM ADJUSTMENT
guard Item 52, Page 20, has to be moved away from
the drive pulley to allow the belt to be removed from
the V-groove and the cutterhead lifting rod Item 15,
Page 16, is to be disengaged from the cutterhead
selection arm assembly Item 5, Page 16 to allow belt
to be drawn out.
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1.
Check that brake caliper is correctly adjusted;
2.
Adjust locknut ‘E’ Fig.15. Till brake arm ‘D’ pad
comes into contact with disc;
3.
Check operation of brake to ensure park brake can
be applied, and brake operates correctly.
MAINTENANCE
PARKING BRAKE
CUTTER HEAD BRAKE
Should always be checked for operation after clutch/brake
rods have been adjusted.
Should regularly be checked for operation.
PAD REPLACEMENT
1. Remove ‘R’ clip and
push rod pin (See
Fig.19)
2. Remove brake pivot
bolt (B) and two
spacers (See Fig.19)
3. Remove brake plate
assembly
4. Drill out pad retaining
rivets
5. Rivet
replacement
pad in position
6. Refit in reverse order.
CUTTER DRIVE ADJUSTMENT
1.
2.
3.
Move Cutter Height Selector Lever to No.4 Position in
Rack
Move Cutter Drive Lever to the Engaged Position
Adjust Push Rods Fig.16 to give a spring compression
of 30mm, Fig.17.
B
CUTTERHEAD BRAKE ADJUSTMENT
1. With cutter head disengaged and in low cut
position
2. Adjust nyloc nut on rod as per step 6 for Cutter
Driver Adjustment
3. Adjust tension on spring using lock nuts to give
length of 58mm, Fig.20
4. Adjust Locknut ‘A’ to give 7mm clearance to back of
swivel block Fig.17
5. Disengage the Cutter Drive Selector Lever
6. Adjust locknut ‘A’ in Fig.20 to give Cutter Engagement
Lever a free travel of 30mm from bottom of slot in
Fig.18.
STEERING GEARS
GREASE
NOTE IMPORTANT
Check to ensure Lever has 30mm of free travel by working
lever.
To adjust out excessive play caused by wear in the
gears.
1.
2.
3.
9
Loosen bolts securing steering shaft pivot block (A).
Lightly tap pivot block towards layshaft pivot block
and retighten bolts (A).
Check steering gear engagement. Check that
there are no tight spots when turning steering
wheel from lock to lock.
MAINTENANCE
AUTO DRIVE
The Auto-Drive friction plates and drive pulleys are factory set
for travel required along key shaft and this should not need
adjusting.
If during operation it is found that the relationship between
forward and reverse has become unbalanced adjust as
follows:1.
Loosen locknut (A) Fig.22
2.
Centralise engagement lever (D) with friction plates
between drive pulleys, Fig.23
3.
Re-tighen locknuts (A), Fig.22
Fig. 22
CONTINUOUS BELT
This can be adjusted as follows:1.
Loosen locknut (A) Fig.23
2.
Loosen pivot bolt (B) Fig.23
3.
Adjust belt tension using bolt (C) Fig.23
4.
Re-tighten locknut (A) and pivot bolt (B)
NOTE: Belt to have 5mm deflection with finger pressure
Fig. 23
between return pulley and drive pulley.
D
DRIVE CHAIN ADJUSTMENTS
Primary
1. Loosen off bolt ‘A’ Fig.24
2. Slide idler back till chain tightens
3. Re-tighten bolt ‘A’ and check chain for tight spots
Secondary
1. Loosen off bolt ‘B’ Fig.24
2. Slide sprocket back till chain tightens
3. Re-tighten bolt ‘B’ and check chain for tight spots
Fig. 24
CAUTION: Do not over-tension belts or drive chains.
DRIVE SELECTOR PEDAL
The pedal angle can be tilted either forward on back to suit
individual requirements if necessary.
1.
2.
3.
Loosen locknuts (A) on control rod Fig.25
Tilt control pedal to required angle to give maximum
operator comfort.
Retighten locknuts
Fig. 25
10
A
MAINTENANCE
STEERING RODS
SAFETY INTERLOCK SYSTEM
Should not normally require resetting.
The safety interlock system has been designed for your
protection and should not be tampered with. It gives the
Ranger the following characteristics.
1.
Loosen rod lock nut; (A) See Fig.11
2.
Release the fixing bolt;
3.
Turn tie rod end to adjust for length clockwise to
shorten, anti-clockwise to lengthen
4.
Replace the fixing bolt and tighten;
5.
Tighten rod lock nut;
6.
Make sure rod is free to pivot.
The engine will not start unless the clutch/brake pedal is
depressed and the cutter drive is disengaged.
NOTE:
The engine should stop if the operator leaves the
seat without engaging park brake and/or the
cutter drive engaged.
WARNING: If the interlock system fails, see an authorised
dealer. Do no operate until the fault is corrected.
CUTTER HEAD TILT
CAUTION:
This will not normally require resetting.
1.
Loosen U-Bracket nuts; (B) See Fig.12.
2.
Adjust nuts up or down to set tilt;
3.
Model 160 (760mm cut) does require back of blade
circle tilted 15mm above front of blade circle in low cut
position;
4.
Retighten all nuts.
STORAGE
Never store engine with fuel in tank indoors or in poor
ventilated enclosures where fuel fumes may
accumulate.
If machine is to be stored over 30 days proceed as
follows:1.
STEERING STOPS
2.
These will not normally require resetting.
1
Check if steering segment gear rotates in both
directions.
2
Loosen locknut on front beam and adjust bolt till
number of turns in both directions is equal.
3
3.
4.
5.
6.
Retighten locknut.
7.
HEIGHT OF CUT ADJUSTMENT
Safety switch circuit may become defective if
wet. Do not spray switches and connections.
Remove all fuel from carburetor and fuel tank
to prevent varnish-like gum deposits.
Remove spark plug and pour 30ml of engine oil
into cylinder. Crank engine several times to
distribute oil. Replace spark plug.
Clean engine and cooling fins, etc., of any
clippings, dirt and chaff.
Clean underside of mower and cutting unit.
Paint any chips or scratches.
Lubricate chassis components.
Remove and charge battery and store in a cool
dry spot. Recharge every 30 days.
Store machine in a clean dry place.
REMOVAL FROM STORAGE
To adjust the height of
cut rotate the nyloc nut
(A) situated under the
centre of machine on
the rear cutter support
assembly.
Adjust nyloc nut to
obtain low cut at front of
blade circle of 15mm.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
11
Change oil.
Fill fuel tank with fuel.
Check spark plug.
Check drive belts.
Check drive chain.
Lubricate drive chain.
Lubricate pivot points.
Grease front axle spindles.
Check tyre pressure.
Check safety interlock.
Check cutting blades.
SAFETY AND INSTRUCTION DECALS
Safety and Instruction decals are mounted on the RANGER Rear Engine Rider.
Replace any that become damaged or illegible.
12
CIRCUIT DIAGRAM AND SPARES
ITEM
DESCRIPTION
PART No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
KEY SWITCH
KEY
BLADE SWITCH
BRAKE SWTICH
SOLENOID
BATTERY
FUSE
POWER LEAD
EARTH LEAD
EARTH STRAP
WIRING LOOM
SEAT SWITCH
SEAT PANEL SW.
RESISTANCE LEAD
A07678
A07679
A06406
A06406
A07107
A05262
A07513
A12277
A12278
A12020
A10274
A10257
A06406
A12283
13
TROUBLE SHOOTING
PROBLEM
Engine loses power
Engine over heats
Mower vibrates abnormally
Cutter does not rotate
Mower does not drive
Engine does not start, hard
to start, loses power, or fails
to keep running
POSSIBLE CAUSES
1. Oil level in crankcase in low
2. Cooling fins and air passages under engine
blower housing are blocked
3. Engine load is excessive
4. Air cleaner is dirty
5. Dirt or water is in fuel system
1. Add oil to crankcase
2. Remove obstruction from passages
3. Select a lower speed to reduce load
4. Clean air cleaner element
5. Have machine serviced by Authorised
Service Dealer
6. Adjust the carburetor
7. Install new correctly gapped spark plug
6. Carburetor is adjusted incorrectly
7. Spark plug is pitted, fouled or defective in
some other way
1. Cooling fins and air passages under engine
blower housing are blocked
2. Carburetor is adjusted incorrectly
3. Oil level in crankcase is low
4. Engine load is excessive
1. Engine mounting bolts are loose
2. Loose cutter pulley, idler pulley or drive
pulley
3. Cutter assembly is unbalanced
4. Cutter assembly is loose
1. Cutter drive belt is worn, loose or broken
2. Cutter drive belt is off pulley
1. Drive belt is worn, loose or broken
2. Drive belt is off pulley
3. Unable to select speed on transaxle
3.
4.
1.
2.
1.
2.
3.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
Engine does not idle or idles
Poorly
CORRECTIVE ACTION
16.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Fuel tank is empty
Speed selected
Cutter Drive is engaged
Spark plug is loose
Spark plug lead is loose or disconnected
from spark plug
Spark plug gap is incorrect
Spark plug is pitted, fouled, or defective in
some other way
Wrong spark plug is used
Electrical connections are loose
Carburetor is adjusted incorrectly
Air cleaner is dirty
Vent hole in fuel tank is plugged
Dirt or water in fuel system
Dead battery
Defective points, condenser, ignition coil,
or ignition switch
Module or switch is defective
Air cleaner is dirty
Oil level in crankcase is low
Cooling fins and air passages under engine
blower housing are plugged
Idle speed is too low or high speed mixture
is incorrect
Dirt or water is in fuel system
6. Vent hole in fuel tank is plugged
7. Spark plug is pitted, fouled or defective in
some other way
14
1. Remove obstruction from cooling fins air
passages
2. Adjust the carburetor
3. Add oil to crankcase
4. Select a lower speed to reduce load
1. Tighten mounting bolts
2. Tighten the appropriate pulley
Replace broken blades in sets
Tighten securing nut
Install new cutter drive belt
Install drive belt
Install new drive belt
Install drive belt
Have machine serviced by Authorised
Service Dealer
Fill fuel tank with petrol
Select Neutral
Disengage Cutter Drive
Tighten spark plug
Install spark plug lead on spark plug
6. Set gap between electrodes at 0.8mm
7. Install new correctly gapped spark plug
8. Install correct spark plug
9. Check electrical system to ensure good
contact
10. Adjust the carburetor
11. Clean the air cleaner element
12. Inspect and open vent
13. Have machine serviced by Authorised
Service Dealer
1. Clean air cleaner element
2. Add oil to crankcase
3. Remove obstruction from cooling fins
and air passages
4. Adjust the carburetor
5. Have machine serviced by Authorised
Service Dealer
6. Clean fuel tank vent
7. Install new correctly gapped spark plug
RANGER AUTO – DRIVE SPARE PARTS LIST
ITEM
PART No.
DESCRIPTION
* COMMON HARDWARE ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
A07937
A12005
A07999
A12001
A12002
A12009
A12010
A12011
*
*
*
A03422
A03421
Fuel Tank
Fuel Tank Cap
Fuel Tank Bracket
Fuel Tank Strap – Front
Fuel Tank Strap – Rear
Fuel Line – ¼ ID
Hose Clamp
Fuel Line Retainer ½” Copper Half Clip
¼” x ⅝” UNC Hex Bolt
¼” UNC Std. Nyloc Nut
73 AS 5-5 Blind Rivet
Filter – Cent Cap
Vent Cap
*
A12019
5/16” Shakeproof Washer
Fuel Tank Caution Label
15
16
RANGER AUTO – DRIVE SPARE PARTS LIST
ITEM
PART No.
* COMMON HARDWARE ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
A10260
A10041
A10280
A10248
A00980
A10250
A10243
A10276
A10265
A10273
A10277
A10057
A06318
A07652
A06316
A07616
A07617
A07615
A01275
A07657
A07971
A12047
A12284
A05417
A07649
A12234
A12263
A12264
A04006
A01080
A07755
A10178
A07745
A07736
A07750
A07751
A07897
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
A12102
*
*
A04034
*
DESCRIPTION
Chassis Assembly
Height Selector Shaft Assembly
Cutterhead Engage. Selector Assembly
Drive Selector Pedal Assembly
Cutterhead Selector Arm Assembly
Pedal Arm Assembly
Pedal Assembly
Front Bumper Bar Assembly
Engagement Shaft Assembly
Push Rod Assembly
Engagement Rod Assembly
Cutterhead Engage. Arm Assembly
Selector Lever
Lever Knob
Cutterhead Lifting Rod
Park Brake Rod
Knob
Pedal Rubber
Nylon Bush
End Cap
End Cap
Spacer
Decal – Floor Panel
Decal – Forward-Reverse
Rubber Washer
Swivel Block
Spring Guide
Spring
Pin
Spring Clip
Swivel Block
Rear Support Assembly
Spring
Front Arm
Retaining Washer
Spacer
Sleeve
Poprivet – 73AS 5-5
Rollpin – ⅛“ x ⅞”
Rollpin ¼” x 1⅛”
Split Pin – ⅛” x ¼”
Setscrew – 5/16” x 2” UNC. Hex
Bolt – 5/16” x ⅝” UNC. Washer Face
Setscrew – ⅜” x 1¼” UNF. Hex
Setscrew – ⅜” x 1” UNC. Hex
Bolt – ⅜” x ½” UNC. Hex
Setscrew – ⅜” x 2” UNC. Hex
Bolt – ⅜” x 1¾” UNF. HT. Hex
Nut – 5/16” UNC. Hex
Nut – ⅜” UNC. Hex
Nut – ⅜” UNF. Hex
Nyloc Nut – 5/16” UNC.
Nyloc Nut – ⅜” UNC. Thin
Nyloc Nut – ⅜” UNF. Thin
Nyloc Nut – M12 x 1.75P
Washer – 5/16” x ⅞” x 16G Flat
Washer – 5/16” Internal Shakeproof
Washer – ⅜” x ¾” x 16G Flat
Washer – ⅜” Internal Shakeproof
Washer – 12
Washer ⅝” x 1” x 16G Flat
Drive Selector Pedal Rubber
Setscrew – 5/16” x 1½” UNF. H.T.
Nyloc Nut – 5/16” UNF.
Cotter Pin
Roll Pin – 5/32” x 1¼”
17
18
RANGER AUTO – DRIVE SPARE PARTS LIST
ITEM
PART No.
DESCRIPTION
* COMMON HARDWARE ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
18a
18b
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
A07691
A10212
A10269
A07092
A07948
A02289
A07953
A12282
A07150
A07634
A10270
A10225
A07198
A02051
A10048
A07949
A10047
A00447
A01585
A01687
A07160
A07161
A01891
A10807
A04004
*
*
A02103
A04006
*
*
*
*
*
A02533
*
*
*
*
*
*
Steering Wheel
Steering Shaft Assembly
Layshaft Assembly
Self-Lube Bush
Retaining Washer
Circlip
Steering Gear Mount Block
Tie Rod
Tie Rod End
Tie Rod
Steering Block Assembly
Front Beam Assembly
Grease Nipple
Woodruff key
Stub Axle Assembly RH.
Layshaft Spacer
Stub Axle Assembly LH.
Front Wheel Assembly
Tyre
Tube
Male Hub
Female Hub
Wheel Bearing
Spacer
Roll Pin
⅝” UNF Nyloc Nut
⅜” X 1½” UNC Hex Bolt
Ratchet Plate
Pin
⅜” x ¾” x 16G Flat Washer
⅝” x 1½” UNF HT. Hex Bolt
5/16” UNC Hex Nut
¾” x 1½” x 14G Flat Washer
5/16” x ¾” UNC Hex Setscrew
Nut Special
⅜” UNC Thin Nyloc Nut
3/32” Dia x ½” Split Pin
5/16” INT. Shakeproof Washer
⅛” Dia x 1¼” Split Pin
Washer – 5/16” Flat
Nyloc Nut – 5/16” UNC Hex.
19
20
RANGER AUTO – DRIVE SPARE PARTS LIST
ITEM
PART No.
DESCRIPTION
ITEM
PART No.
DESCRIPTION
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
101
A10262
A10281
A12234
A02474
A12216
A07715
A12246
A07755
A12229
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
A07763
A07286
*
A12043
A12271
A03126
*
A12116
Engagement Pivot Assembly
Control Rod Assembly
Swivel Block
Bush
Neutral Plate
Pivot Bush
Neutral Rod
Swivel Block
Spring
Setscrew 3/16” x ½” RH. Phillips Head
Setscrew ¼” x ⅝” UNC. Hex
Setscrew 5/16” x ¾” UNC. Hex
Setscrew 5/16” x ¾” UNC. Sq. Head
Bolt 5/16” x 1¼” UNC. Hex
Setscrew 5/16” x 2” UNC. Hex
Bolt 5/16” x 3” UNC. Hex
Bolt ⅜” x 1¼” UNC. Hex
Setscrew 7/16” x 1” UNF. HT. Hex
Bolt M12 x 1.75P x 55 Hex
Bolt M12 x 1.75p x 100 Hex
Nyloc Nut 3/16” UNC.
Nyloc Nut 5/16” UNC.
Nyloc Nut ⅜” UNC.
Nyloc Nut M12 x 1.75P
Nyloc Nut ⅝” UNP.
Nut 5/16” UNC. Hex
Nut ⅜” UNC. Hex
Nut ⅜” UNC. Hex Washer Face
Nut ⅝” UNF. Hex
Nut M20 x 1.5P Hex
Nut ¼” UNC. Hex
Washer ¼” Shakeproof
Washer 5/16” Shakeproof
Washer 5/16” Flat
Washer ⅜” Shakeproof
Washer ⅜” Flat
Washer ⅝” Flat
Washer Special
Washer Special
Poprivet SB 6-5 Blind
Bearing
Grease Nipple
Pivot Bush
Washer 5/16” x & ⅞” x 18g Flat
Spring
*COMMON HARDWARE ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
A12042
A12063
A12041
A12037
A12088
A12276
A12110
A07744
1502520
A12209
A06351
A02051
A12064
A12112
A12202
A12281
A02476
A12057
A08618
A12242
A10249
A12217
A10275
A12210
A06349
A08570
A10268
A12244
A10242
A10252
A05086
A12065
A12111
A12048
A12097
A02520
A07535
A10266
A10246
A07723
A12203
A10253
A10245
A06124
A12265
A12093
A03006
A01080
A12201
A12022
A01493
A10279
A10264
A12083
A07198
A12077
Drive Plate
Friction Disc
Friction Plate
Drive Shaft
Bearing Clamp
Clip
Shim
Bearing
Circlip
Sprocket
Chain-Primary
Woodruff Key
Bearing
Bearing Flangette
Belt
Return Pulley
Bearing
Spacer
Circlip
Spacer
Tab Washer Assembly
Spacer
Idler Sprocket Assembly
Chain Secondary
Sprocket
Spacer
Lock Washer Assembly
Spacer
Rear Axle Assembly
Disc Brake Assembly
Woodruff Key
Bearing
Bearing Flangette
Wheel Hub
Woodruff key
Spacer
Tyre
Rear Wheel Assembly
Rear Rim Assembly
Valve Stem
Spacer
Brake Caliper Assembly
Brake Arm Assembly
Brake Pad
Brake Rod
Spring
Spring
R-Clip
Engine Pulley
Spacer-Pulley
Key
Belt Guard Assembly
Engagement Lever Assembly
Pivot Bolt
Grease Nipple
Fibre Washer
21
22
RANGER AUTO – DRIVE SPARE PARTS LIST
ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
PART No.
DESCRIPTION
* COMMON HARDWARE ITEM
A07539
A07704
A12255
A10272
A12252
A06312
A07699
A12089
A07701
A12101
A10271
A12260
A12261
A07785
A12272
A12273
A12274
A12275
A07985
A07705
A12247
A12249
A06406
A05419
A12073
A01427
A10257
A12099
A05424
A12098
A12104
S2501054
A06225
A06158
A02315
A07675
S3521047
A07769
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
A06479
A12253
A03409
A12279
A12280
A07902
*
A12289
Seat
Seat Panel
Chain Guard
Rear Cowl Assembly
Cutterhead Engagement Rack
Height Adjustment Rack
Footrest LH
Footrest RH
Footrest Rubber LH
Footrest Rubber RH
Front Cowl Assembly
Back Panel
Decal – Control Panel
Decal – Vehicle Maintenance
Decal – LH Front
Decal – RH Front
Decal – LH Rear
Decal – RH Rear
Throttle Control
Rubber Bumper
Clamp Bar
Clamp Bar Rod
Safety Switch
Switch Mount Plate
Switch Mount Plate
Shim
Seat Switch Assembly
Seat Switch Button
Seat Switch Spring
Seat Switch Base Plate
Spade Clip
Avdel Fastener
Drain Cock
Drain Cock
Drain Tube
Bush
Plug
Bolt – Special
Setscrew – 5/16” x 1” UNC. Hex
Setscrew – 5/16” x ⅝” UNC. Hex Washerface
Setscrew – ¼” x ¾” UNC. Hex
Setscrew – ¼” x ½” UNC. Hex
Bolt – 3/16” x ¾” M/T. Slotted
Washer – 5/16” ⅝” x 18G
Washer – 5/16” Internal Shakeproof
Washer ¼” Internal Shakeproof
Nyloc Nut - ⅜” UNC.
Nut – ⅜” UNC. Hex Presset
Nyloc Nut – 5/16” UNC. Hex
Nut – 5/16” UNC Hex
Wing Nut – ¼” UNC
Nut – ¼” UNC. Hex
Speed Nut – 3/16” BSW
Poprivet – 73AS 5-5
Poprivet – 73SS 5-5
Decal – Height Adjustment
Decal – Cutter Drive
Decal – Rover
Brace
Decal Patent Pending
Seat Switch Plate
Setscrew – 5/16” x ¾” UNC. Hex
Switch Seal
23
RANGER AUTO – DRIVE SPARE PARTS LIST
ITEM
PART No.
DESCRIPTION
* COMMON HARDWARE ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
A10222
A07195
A07993
A12268
A07730
A07755
A07744
A06359
A01374
A02304
A00987
A07752
A07732
A07733
A07746
A07991
A04006
A10267
A06124
A02474
A10221
A02018
A02227
A00999
A00992
Cutterhead Assembly
Spindle Washer
Pulley
V-Belt
Spindle Housing
Swivel Block
Bearing
Cutterhead Spindle
Felt Washer
Spacer Boss
Cutterhead Chute Assembly
Spring Cutterhead Chute
U-Bolt Cutterhead
Washer Plate
Back Plate
C/H Pulley Belt Guide
Pin
Brake Plate Assembly
Brake Pad
Bushes
Brake Rod Assembly
Roll Pin
Brake Pad Rivets
Disc Boss Assembly
Disc Assembly
A07873
*
─
A00673
*
A02282
*
─
*
*
─
A12106
A07597
A02571
*
*
*
A01080
A07989
Blade
⅜” x 1” UNF HT. Hex S/S
Available in Kit A00673 Item 30
B.N.W. Set
¾” UNF Hex Nut
E Retainer
⅜” UNC Hex Nut
Available in Kit A00673 Item 30
⅜” x ¾” x 16G Flat Washer
⅜” INT. Shakeproof Washer
Available in Kit A00673 Item 30
Warning Label
Key
Warning Label
⅜” x 1¼” UNC Hex Bolt
⅜” UNC Thin Nyloc Nut
⅜” x 1¼” UNC Hex Setscrew
Spring Pin
Spring-Cutterhead Brake Rod
25
Warranty Conditions:
Australia Only
Rover-Scott Bonnar Limited warrant that this machine is
free from defects in material and workmanship. This
warranty is limited to making good or replacing any part
which appears upon inspection by the manufacturer or his
agent to be defective in material or workmanship.
This warranty excludes fair wear and tear, or any damage
caused by misuse or abuse. Parts such as blades, blade
bolts, v-belts and spark plugs, which can be subjected to use
beyond their normal intended working capacity, are also
excluded.
The engine used to power this machine is warranted by the
manufacturer whose warranty statement has been
included with the machine. As the warranty for the engine
may differ from the warranty for the other components, you
are advised to read the engine manufacturer’s warranty
carefully.
This warranty is void if parts other than genuine have been
used or if repairs or alterations have been made without the
manufacturer’s written authority.
For other items this warranty shall apply for a period of 12
months from date of purchase except for products used
commercially where the warranty is limited to 90 days.
This warranty does not obligate the manufacturer, his
agents or dealers to bear the transport costs incurred in the
repair or replacement of any defective part.
The above warranty does not exclude any condition or
warranty implied by the Trade Practices Act 1974 or any
other relevant legislation which implies any condition which
cannot be excluded.
REMEMBER:
PROOF OF PURCHASE IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE
OWNER AND IS NECESSARY PRIOR TO WARRANTY WORK
BEING UNDERTAKEN. REPAIRS MUST BE CARRIED OUT BY
AN AUTHORISED DEALER AND GENUINE SPARE PARTS
MUST BE USED OR YOUR WARRANTY WILL BE VOID.
For your record:
Dealer………………………………..…………………
Date of Purchase…………………………………..
Model……………………………………………………
Serial No……………………………………………….
Rover-Scott Bonnar Limited reserves the right to make changes of and add
improvements upon its product at any time without notice or obligation.
The Company also reserves the right to discontinue manufacture of any
product at its discretion at any time.
Head Office and Factory
Rover-Scott Bonnar Limited
155 Fison Ave., Eagle Farm,
Brisbane, Qld. 4007
Ph: (07) 868 0222
Telex: AA41930
Fax: (07) 868 1010
Queensland/N.T.
155 Fison Ave.,
Eagle Farm,
Brisbane, 4007.
Ph: (07) 868 0255
Telex: AA41930
Fax: (07) 868 1010
New Zealand
Auckland
Rover Mowers Limited
122 Stoddard Road
Mt.Roskill, Auckland 4.
Ph: (09) 694 701
(09) 699 625
Fax: (09) 695 239
Telex: NZ60509
New South Wales
11 Cooper Street,
Smithfield,
Sydney, 2164.
Ph: (02) 725 1877
Fax: (02) 609 5710
Victoria/Tasmania
28 Treforest Drive,
Clayton,
Melbourne, 3168
Ph: (03) 565 6500
Fax: (03) 543 8675
South Australia
377 Cross Road,
Edwardstown,
Adelaide, 5039
Ph: (08) 371 0100
Fax: (08) 297 8404
Western Australia
104 Belgravia Street,
Belmont,
Perth, 6104
Ph (09) 277 1288
Fax: (09) 478 1769
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