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FT & SUPER SIX
FINE TURF CASSETTE MOWER
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
DENNIS, Ashbourne Road, Kirk Langley, Derby, DE6 4NJ, United Kingdom
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SP20001_REV_6
05/13
Razor
Ultra
Razor
Simplex
Range
G560
G680
Croquet and
Tennis only
SuperSix
Range
Croquet and
Tennis only
G660
G760
G860
Tennis
only
Premier
Range
Verticut
TT
REQUIREMENT WITH OUR HEAD OFFICE, SALES MANAGERS OR YOUR LOCAL DENNIS DEALER.
- Greens
- Tees
- Outfield
- Square
- Wicket
FT
Range
S500
PLUS
Bray
Hand
Tools
33
Gang
Mower
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Ornamental/
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Applications
Helping you specify your Dennis mower
Product Application Matrix
Certificate of Conformity
Fine Turf (FT) Cylinder mowers powered by Honda GX Petrol Engine
Manufacturer:- Howardson Ltd, Howardson Works, Kirk Langley, Derby, DE6 4NJ. UK
Owner of Technical Document:- Mr I.D. Howard, Howardson Ltd, Howardson Works Kirk Langley, Derby, DE6 4NJ, UK
Notified Body:- AV Technology Ltd, AVTECH house, Arkle Avenue, Stanley Green Trading Estate, Handforth, Cheshire,
SK9 3RW, UK
I the under signed Declare that these machines:Model
Cutting Width
Power (Honda)
FT 430
FT 510
FT 610
17” (430mm)
20” (510mm)
24” (610mm)
GX120
GX160
GX160
Measured Sound Power
Level
91dB Lwa
95dB Lwa
95dB Lwa
Guaranteed Sound
Power Level
94dB Lwa
98dB Lwa
98dB Lwa
Serial Number
See Product ID range
See Product ID range
See Product ID range
Tested at:- Howardson Works test site September 2011
Complies with the applicable requirements of: - Machine Directive 2006/42/EC
- Noise Directive
2000/14/EC (Annex VI Procedure 1)
Managing Director
Ian Howard
Serial Numbers
NOTE
MAKE A NOTE OF THE SERIAL NUMBERS OF YOUR MACHINE & ENGINE AND ALWAYS
QUOTE THEM IN ANY COMMUNICATION WITH PERSONNEL AT DENNIS.
MACHINE SERIAL NUMBER
ENGINE SERIAL NUMBER
Introduction
The reliability and quality of performance of the DENNIS FT depends upon some simple care maintenance carried out
regularly. This manual has been prepared to allow the user to carry out all such work.
It is advisable to read the instructions carefully. Proper care and attention will enable the machine to give a continuous,
satisfactory, and reliable service. Failure to carry out regular lubrication and maintenance as outlined in this manual may
render any guarantee or warranty invalid.
In the case of any difficulty, or if further information or advice is required, our Service Department is always at your call. In
the interests of speed and accuracy of information please quote the serial numbers of the machine and engine when
making enquiries.
For the mower, this is to be found on a plate attached to the side frame. The engine number is stamped on either the
crank case or the gear casing facing towards the front of the machine. We suggest you write the numbers on the front
page of this book.
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Contents
Page
Product Application Matrix..................................................................................................................................................... 2
Declaration of Conformity...................................................................................................................................................... 3
Serial Numbers...................................................................................................................................................................... 3
Introduction............................................................................................................................................................................ 3
Technical Data....................................................................................................................................................................... 4
Machine Description.............................................................................................................................................................. 5
Important Safety Instructions................................................................................................................................................. 6
Operating Instructions...................................................................................................................................................... 7 - 8
General Adjustments.......................................................................................................................................................9 - 11
Removing The Cassette Unit............................................................................................................................................... 12
Routine Maintenance................................................................................................................................................... 13 - 14
General Lubrication...................................................................................................................................................... 15 - 16
Storage................................................................................................................................................................................ 16
Guide to Replacement Parts............................................................................................................................................... 16
Guide To Cassette Use........................................................................................................................................................ 17
Parts Listings................................................................................................................................................................ 18 - 39
D
Technical Data
B
Model
A - Width (mm)
B - Length with Grassbox (mm)
C - Length without Grassbox (mm)
D - Height (mm)
Weight (Kg)
Cutting Width (mm)
Cylinder
Height of Cut (mm)
Cut Performance (9 Blade)
Engine
A
FT430
675
1592
1229
971
100
430
Honda GX120
Drive System
Final Drive
Hand Arm Vibration (m/sec2) (EN836)
Measured Sound Power Level dB(A) LWA
Guaranteed Sound Power Level dB(A) LWA
Measured Sound Pressure Level dB LPA
2.7
91
94
77
FT510
750
1592
1229
971
110
510
9 or 5 blade
2 - 25
180 cuts/m (168 cuts/yd)
Honda GX160
Brake band for roller and
dog drive to disengage
cutter for transport
Poly “V” high performance
belts under constant tension
2.5
95
98
81
C
FT610
840
1592
1229
971
120
610
Honda GX160
2.8
95
98
81
NOTE:- Mandatory Ear Protection required when Sound Pressure Levels reach 85 dB LPA.
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Machine Description
Manufactured with a 17” (43cm) 20” (51cm) or 24” (61cm) cutting width this mower is powered by a 5.5 h.p. air cooled
single cylinder four stroke petrol engine (3.5hp FT430) The rear roller is powered via a slipping brake band clutch
mechanism that allows infinite speed control independent of the cutter unit. The drive to the roller is engaged by a lever
situated on the right handlebar.
Where possible, steps have been taken during the design of this machinery to reduce noise emission***.
To take full advantage of this, it is essential that the machine only be used when setup correctly and is fully serviceable
(see instructions).
*** including fitment of low noise variant Honda engine.
In the design of the machine, special attention has been given to the importance of easy service and maintenance with
the construction based on a sectional assembly system. These are the Engine Unit, the Cassette Unit, the Rear Roller
Unit, and the Front Roller Unit, each of which can be readily removed individually from the main Frame Chassis Unit.
The interchangeable cassette system allows a variety of cassettes to be used for varying applications.
5
4
15
6
7
14
2
8
9
13
3
12
1
2
11
10
1.Cassette
2. Bottom Blade Adjuster Knob
3. Belt Guard 4. Throttle Lever
5. Operating Handle
6. Exhaust
7. Fuel Tank
8. Centrifugal Clutch Drum
9.Grassbox
10. Cutting Height Adjustment Knob (FT Only)
11. Cassette Retaining Pin Hand Wheel
12. Cassette Disengage Knob
13. Air Filter
14. Driving Clutch Lever
15. Deadmans Handle
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Important Safety Instructions
In order to operate the machine safely please follow these Health and Safety guidelines.
TRAINING
CAUTION
READ THE INSTRUCTIONS CONTAINED IN THIS MANUAL WITH CARE. IF YOU ARE IN
ANY DOUBT PLEASE ASK YOUR EMPLOYER OR CONTACT US DIRECT AT DENNIS.
• Be familiar with the controls and the proper use of the equipment.
• Never allow children or people unfamiliar with these instructions to use the mower. Local regulations or insurance may restrict the age of the operator.
• Never mow while people, especially children, or pets are nearby.
• Keep in mind that the operator or user is responsible for accidents or hazards occurring to other people or their
property.
PREPARATION
• While mowing always wear substantial footwear and long trousers. Do not operate the mower barefoot or in open sandals.
• Thoroughly inspect where the equipment is to be used and remove all stones, sticks, wire, bones and other foreign objects.
WARNING PETROL IS HIGHLY FLAMMABLE AND WILL DAMAGE GRASS IF SPILT.
A) Store fuel in containers specifically designed for this purpose.
B) Refuel out doors and do not refuel whilst smoking.
C)Add fuel before starting the engine. Never remove the cap of the fuel tank or add petrol while the engine is running or when the engine is hot.
D)If petrol is spilled do not attempt to start the engine but move the machine away from the area of spill and avoid
creating any sources of ignition until the vapours have dissipated.
• Replace damaged or faulty silencers.
• Before using the machine always inspect the safety devices including the cut off switch and the blades for excessive wear or damage. Replace if necessary.
OPERATION
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Do not operate the engine in a confined space where dangerous CARBON MONOXIDE fumes can collect.
Mow only in daylight or good artificial light.
Avoid operating the machine in wet grass where feasible.
Always be sure of your footing on slopes.
Walk. Never run.
Walk across the face of slopes, never up and down.
Exercise extreme care on slopes when changing direction.
Do not mow excessively steep slopes.
Use extreme caution when reversing or pulling the machine towards you.
Stop the blades if the mower has to be tilted for transportation when crossing surfaces other than grass and when transporting the mower to and from the area to be mown.
Never operate the mower with defective guards or shields or without the safety devices, for example without the
deflector plate or grassbox in place.
Do not change the engine governor settings or overspeed the engine.
Disengage all blades and drive clutches before starting.
Start the engine carefully following the instructions with feet well away from the blades.
Do not tilt the mower when starting the engine.
Do not put hands or feet near or under rotating parts. Keep clear of the discharge opening at all times.
Never pick up or carry the mower while the engine is running.
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Operating Instructions
CAUTION
BEFORE YOU OPERATE THIS MACHINE YOU MUST READ AND STUDY THIS MANUAL.
IF YOU ARE IN ANY DOUBT PLEASE ASK YOUR EMPLOYER OR CONTACT US DIRECT.
PREPARATION FOR USE
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Before commencing ensure the turf is free from stones or other obstructions which may damage the cassette unit.
Set the height of cut to the required level (see page 9)
Check the engine.
Fill the fuel tank 3/4 full with unleaded petrol.
Always check the oil levels of the machine prior to commencing. Full details are given in the ENGINE Manual, which accompanies this book. A daily check is recommended. (Recommended grade oil is SAE 10W-40).
Disengage the cassette unit. (see next page)
Set the throttle control on the handle bars to the idle position.
In the case of deadmans handle control depress the lever onto the handlebar then start the engine as per the manufacturers instructions.
CAUTION
IMPORTANT INFORMATION PLEASE READ ALL THE DETAILS IN THIS SECTION AND
FAMILIARIZE YOURSELF AND ALL MACHINE OPERATORS WITH THE CONTENTS.
GENERAL
A centrifugal clutch is fitted in the primary drive system. When the engine revs are at
tickover the clutch disengages and neither the cutter nor the rear roller controls will
function. Under these conditions the Deadmans Control can be released and the engine
will continue to tick over.
On increasing the revs of the engine with the throttle control the clutch engages thus
allowing cutter and roller to operate.
NOTE
THE DEADMANS LEVER MUST BE DEPRESSED WHEN
INCREASING THE ENGINE REVS OR THE MACHINE
WILL STOP
The drive to the cutter unit can be engaged or disengaged in one of two ways:A) By reducing the engine revs to tickover the centrifugal clutch will disengage. This method will be performed when
emptying the grassbox.
b) By having the dog drive disengaged. Use this method when transporting the machine.
When the centrifugal clutch is engaged the rear roller drive can be activated by the brake band lever.
TRANSPORT (Disengaging the Cassette Drive)
To ensure the safety of operator and machine we strongly recommend disengaging the
cassette drive when transporting under power between sites. Do not operate any
cassettes with dog drive disengaged except for the sorrel roller, ironing roller and slitter.
This is achieved by performing the following procedure:
1) Reduce engine revs to tickover. This will cause the black clutch drum to cease rotating.
2) Lift the red ball knob (attached to horizontal rod behind engine) and push towards the
machine. Locate the rod between the two nuts in the slotted catch plate.
3) Once in position the dog drive is disengaged.
To re-engage the dog clutch:
1) Reduce engine revs to tickover as above (1).
2) Lift control rod clear of the locating slot and allow it to spring back towards you.
3) Slowly increase engine revs until an audible click is heard when the dogs engage. Alternatively rotate the black clutch drum about half a turn by hand and the same click will be heard. Do not rev the engine until the rod has moved right across and fully engaged.
NOTE
TO ASSIST THE SLOWING OF THE BLACK CENTRIFUGAL CLUTCH DRUM APPLY THE
BRAKE BAND LEVER.
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Operating Instructions
STARTING THE ENGINE
Once the preparatory steps have been completed as outlined on page 7 the engine may be started. (See manufacturer
operating manual for full details).
1) Switch on the fuel tap.
2) Switch the handlebar cut off switch to ON, or depress deadmans handle (Item 1)
3) Set the throttle control to a half open position.
3) Shift the choke lever to the appropriate position (Kubota engine set to START : Honda engine set to the CLOSE
position). The choke is not required if the engine is warm or the air temperature high.
4) Grasp the recoil start handle until resistance is felt, then pull it with force.
5) Do not allow the starter grip to snap back against the engine. Return it gently to prevent damage to the starter.
6) Once the engine is started gradually ‘open’ the choke lever (move the lever towards the RUNNING, or OPEN
position). Warm-up running of 3-5 minutes is recommended.
STOPPING THE ENGINE
1) Set the throttle control to the CLOSED position.
2) Switch the handlebar cut off to OFF or switch off at engine.
3) Close the fuel tap.
TO COMMENCE MOWING
With the starting preparations completed and all of the adjustments from the ‘General
Adjustments’ section made, the machine can be put into motion.
Firstly ensure the dog clutch is engaged. Open the throttle control on the left handlebar
which will engage the inertia clutch and spin the cassette reel. The engine speed
controls the rotational velocity of the cassette. Set the throttle to an approximately half
open position.
1
2
To engage the rear roller drive, gently raise the driving clutch lever on the right handle
bar (Item 2). The amount of depression on the lever dictates the speed of travel giving
the operator total control over the speed and handling of the mower.
When the handle is released the machine will stop. To stop the unit head rotating, reduce the throttle to tick over and this
will disengage the inertia clutch.
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General Adjustments
SETTING FOR HEIGHT OF CUT
Always stop the engine before adjusting the height of cut. Failure
to do this may result in severe injury.
The length of grass after cutting, or depth of scarification /
dethatching / brushing, depends on the setting of the front roller in
relation to the main frame of the machine.
FT
The Click system allows easy adjustment of the front roller postion
each click representing a change of 0.5mm (0.020”). The roller is
set to be equal on leaving the factory so when the arrows point forward on both decals the roller is level.
SUPER SIX
Adjustment to the height of the front roller is on the quadrant brackets at each end of the roller outisde the main frame
assembly. Undo the adjuster knob on each side of the mower and move the roller up or down and then re-tighten the
knobs. There are notches in the quadrant plates which must correspond with the hole in the side plate on both sides of
the mower to ensure the roller is level.
Check it is level using the setting bar between the front and rear roller with the underside of the screw ledging on the
bottom blade.
Either a ruler or pile of coins can be used to set the setting bar to the correct position. You are measuring the distance
between the bar and the underside of the button head screw (‘XX’ in the Image below).
XX
410
As an indication coins measure the following: - 1p 1.58mm (0.063” ) - 2p 1.80mm (0.071” ) - 10p 1.84mm (0.072” ) - 50p 1.84mm (0.072” ) - 5p 1.73mm (0.067” )
- £1.00 3.14mm (0.124” )
Remember height of cut is effected by moisture of turf , weight of machine and the
thatch density. Different makes of machine cut at different heights when set to the
same position with the setting bar. We suggest you set it to a couple of mm above your
planned height and then come down in height by trial.
If on setting the height of operation you find it needs altering once on the green simply
click the adjusters up or down the same on each side until the desired height of
operation is achieved.
Always check height of cut/operation with the setting bar provided. Check in two
positions i.e. one at either end of the cassette. Failure to do this could result in an
uneven cut.
NOTE
DO NOT ATTEMPT TO USE THE DETHATCHER CASSETTE OR BRUSH CASSETTE ON
TOO LOW A SETTING AS THIS WILL DAMAGE THE BLADES AND BRUSH. DO NOT
ATTEMPT TO SCARIFY ON A LOW SETTING WHEN GROUND CONDITIONS ARE DRY AS
THIS MAY CAUSE THE CENTRIFUGAL CLUTCH TO SLIP.
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General Adjustments
CUTTER SETTING ADJUSTMENT
For cutter cylinder cassettes (5 or 9 blade units).
For a full view of the setting operation we suggest you remove the cassette from the machine and place on the back flat
edge of the frame at a comfortable height. It is now possible to make adjustments in the machine without cassette
removal should you prefer.
CYLINDERS AND BOTTOM BLADES ARE SHARP, WEAR GLOVES TO PROTECT YOUR
WARNING HANDS AND FINGERS.
The FT cylinder is fixed in
position in self-aligning
bearings with aluminium
housings spigotted to the
side frames. The bottom
blade assembly is
adjusted up and down by
using a knurled knob
system.
To operate this system
firstly slacken the two locknuts
on the adjuster stems – The Lock Nut (A) is directly on top of the Knurled Knobs (B). Use a 9/16 AF spanner. Each
knurled knob has a decal to indicate ON or OFF cut. ON cut brings the bottom blade closer to the cylinder. OFF cut
moves it away.
A = Locknut (9/16” Spanner)
B = Lubricate occasionally with Oil
C = Circlip
Rotate the knurled knobs to gain light contact between the shear blade and cylinder on
both sides of the cassette. The adjustment should be made so that the cylinder will spin
with a light audible contact with the bottom blade. Check the setting using thin paper
along the length of the cylinder adjusting until it cuts along its whole length.
When a satisfactory set is achieved tighten the lock nuts whilst holding the knurled knob
firmly (to stop it turning), recheck adjustment.
Do not set the cylinder hard on, as this will cause excessive wear of the cylinder, bottom
blade the drive system and increase fuel consumption.
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General Adjustments
HANDLEBAR ADJUSTMENT
The height of the Handle Bars can be adjusted to suit various operators. Follow the
below instructions:1. Remove Bolt (Item 1) on both sides of the machine.
2. Select the require position out of the 3 available.
3. Replace the Bolt on both sides of the machine.
A
GRASS BOX
Item 1
If using the grass box, place the two locating tabs (projecting from the grass box support
plates) into the slots on the machine side plate. Lower the front of the box until the box support plate’s rest on the front
cross bar of the machine. Ensure both box support plates are properly located before proceeding.
Always disengage the cassette drive before removing the grass box for emptying or access by reducing the engine revs
to tick over. Wait for the cutter to stop before removing.
Always keep fingers away from the cassette when the engine is running. Stop the machine before making any
adjustments.
Hold the grass box firmly on the lip of the aperture and place the other hand in the handle on the front edge of the box.
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Removing The Cassette Unit
To remove the cassette unit for maintenance or to exchange cassettes the following
procedure should be followed:1) Unscrew the hand wheel of the retaining pin for about half-an-inch (13mm) until the pip end is inside the nut on the side frame.
2) Slide the cassette unit along the tie bars as far as it will go until the cutter nut and coupling is clear of the three pins in the driving coupling.
3) Remove the unit from the chassis by lifting in a swinging motion from the back.
To replace the cassette unit :1) Place the front slots of the cassette unit frames on the two front retaining pins seen projecting from inside each frame.
2) Carefully lower the unit in a downward swinging motion until the rear slots of the
cassette unit frame rest on the cross tie bar.
3) Move in a lateral direction away from the retaining pin until the three holes of the
cassette nut and coupling are in full engagement with the three pins of the driving coupling.
4) Screw up the hand wheel with the retaining pin, engaging the hole in the side frame
on the opposite side. Do not over tighten.
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Routine Maintenance
ENGINE
The FT is fitted with a Honda GX160 (GX120 on FT 430) petrol engine. All are single cylinder, overhead valve, 4 stroke,
forced air colled engines. For full specifications please refer to the manufacturers instruction manual included.
Area
Engine Oil
Engine Oil
Maintenance
Check Level
Change
Check Condition /
Clean
Change
Air Filter
Spark Plug
First 4 Hours
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First Month / 20 Hours
3 Months / 50 Hours
6 Months / 100 Hours
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OIL / FUEL TYPE & QUANTITY - SPARK PLUG TYPE
Engine Model
Honda GX120 &
GX160 Petrol
Oil Type
Quantity
(Ltr)
Fuel Type
Capacity
(Ltr)
Spark Plug Type
Electrode Gap
(mm)
SAE 10W-40
0.6
Unleaded
2.5
BM6ES or BPR6ES
0.7 - 0.8
DRIVING BELTS
The main drive to both rear roller and cassette is via hard wearing TBA poly-V type belts
which provide for smooth trouble free operation. To ensure the best performance the
following instructions should be carefully followed.
Belt tension is the single most important factor necessary for long, satisfactory service
life of any belt drive.
Under-tensioning leads to belt slip causing rapid wear; over tensioning means
excessive strain on belt and bearings. Between these two extreme conditions is a
reasonable range of tension within which the belt will operate. Belt tension can be
assessed by the ‘deflection’ method.
NOTE
CORRECTION CAN BE MADE BY ADJUSTMENT OF THE BELT TENSIONERS. REMOVE
THE DRIVING BELT COVER. THE BELT TENSIONERS ARE RETAINED IN A SLOTTED
HOLE ALLOWING ADJUSTMENT TO BE MADE ONCE THE HOLDING HEXAGON
HEADED BOLTS HAVE BEEN LOOSENED. WHEN ADJUSTED CORRECTLY THE
TENSIONERS SHOULD STILL ROTATE EASILY WITH FINGER PRESSURE. ENSURE THE
TENSIONER BOLTS ARE SECURE BEFORE REPLACING THE COVER.
“Belts will be sufficiently tensioned if the deflection force applied at mid span to produce a deflection equal to 16mm per
meter of span distance falls between 5 and 9 Newtons per Rib” (TBA Belting).
In practical terms this relates to about 5mm of deflection under moderate finger pressure on the non tensioner side.
If fitting new belts it is advisable to observe the drive for the first 20-30 minutes. It may be necessary to make an
adjustment to compensate for the normal drop in tension during the run-in period.
FOR BELT DETAILS, REF. 1.02 (Pg. 19)
Do not overtighten belts as this may cause excessive wear on the dog clutch.
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Routine Maintenance
BRAKE BAND ADJUSTMENT (Rear Axle Drive)
The brake band assembly is mounted on the end of the rear axle spindle on the right
hand side of the machine. The assembly comprises a cast iron drum inner member,
which is stopped or braked with a lined steel brake band. This operates dry and no
lubrication of any kind is required.
Adjustment is provided for tightening the band on the inner member should this be
necessary through wear. The procedure to take up any slack is as follows :-
Adjust Here
1. Remove the clutch cover by unscrewing the two hexagon headed screws seen on the
outside of the cover.
2. Unscrew the lock nut on the adjuster screw situated between the two clutch band lugs.
NOTE
ENSURE THE LOCK NUTS ARE TIGHT AND SECURE AND CHECK OPERATION IS
SATISFACTORY BEFORE REPLACING THE CLUTCH COVER AND SCREWS.
Adjustment of the brake band can be set to suit your preference but always ensure that there is sufficient free play so that
when the engine revs are increased the machine does not move in any way until the lever is pulled up.
On some models there is adjustment on the handle grip itself to allow any wear to be taken up.
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General Lubrication
REAR ROLLER
The centre section gear case chamber of the rear roller is an assembly in two halves and contains the epicyclic gear
system, which runs in an oil bath.
The chamber is charged with gear oil EP 90 before the machine leaves the works and should require no further filling
during the cutting season. If in every day use then a topping up charge of about one egg cup full every two months may
be appropriate.
DO NOT OVERCHARGE. AT NO TIME SHOULD THERE BE MORE THAN 100CC OF OIL
WARNING IN THE CHAMBER.
Access to the chamber is gained by unscrewing the hexagon screw found in the recess of the centre section of roller.
Clean away all dirt and grit before removing this screw. On replacing the screw, make sure it is tight and secure.
Recommended grade gearbox oil EP90.
RATCHET PAWLS AND DRUM HUBS OF THE REAR ROLLER (Every 2 Months)
Projecting from the side face towards the centre of each outer drum will be seen two
grease nipples which provide access for lubrication to the rear roller driving pawls and
the drum hub bearing sleeve.
A small charge of light grease should be applied every two months.
FRONT ROLLERS
The bearings used on the front rollers are pre packed with grease and rubber shielded,
therefore requiring no additional greasing.
CYLINDER CASSETTE BEARINGS (Every Day)
To apply lubrication to the cylinder cassette bearings it is first necessary to remove the
cassette unit from the chassis as described on page 9.
Projecting from each bearing cover will be seen a grease nipple through which a small
charge of grease should be applied using the grease gun
MEDIUM GREASE = GOOD QUALITY
SCARIFIER / DE-THATCHER / BRUSH CASSETTES
No grease or oiling is required.
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General Lubrication
DOG DRIVE (Every Day) - VERY IMPORTANT
Apply a small squirt of lubricating oil (2-3 drops) directly into each hole in the top of the
drive shaft cover. This keeps the clutch slippers lubricated.
Lubricate
Daily
CONTROL LEVERS AND CABLES (Every 2 Months)
To keep the controls free from rust and corrosion apply a small charge of oil to the
throttle and clutch control levers every two months. Oil flow can be assisted by working
the levers open and closed a few times after the lubrication is applied.
FRONT ROLLER ADJUSTERS (Every 2 Months)
Apply a small quantity of copper grease or similar to the adjuster studs to prevent corrosion and ease adjustment.
Storage
The machine should always be kept in a clean dry place, free from condensation. After use ensure that the machine is
thoroughly clean, dry and free from grass and mud. Before off season storage smear a thin layer of grease on to the
cutter blades and the shear blade.
Under no circumstances must the machine be steam cleaned as this may remove grease from the pre packed bearings.
Because of the nature of lead free petrol we recomend that if the machine is being left unused for more than 2 weeks the
carburetor is run dry. Allow the engine to run out of fuel with the fuel tap switched off.
Guide To Replacement Parts
NOTE
WHEN ORDERING PARTS PLEASE QUOTE YOUR MACHINE SERIAL NUMBER AND
ENGINE NUMBER. A BOX TO ENTER THESE FOR EASY REFERENCE IS AT THE
BEGINNING OF THE MANUAL.
This manual contains listing of parts for the Dennis FT430, FT510 and FT610 machines. An illustration of the parts as an
assembly is shown above the list.
Where parts are given a description of LH or RH (left hand or right hand) this is as viewed from the users position.
The Parts Listings for FT Range can be found in this manual from page 18 onwards.
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FT Guide to Cassette Use
9 BLADE CYLINDER (SEE PAGE 34)
• For cutting fine turf areas.
• Three bottom blade options.
• Comb active or passive.
5 BLADE CYLINDER (SEE PAGE 34)
• For general purpose cutting.
• Comb active or passive.
Settings - Expressed as above and below ground level i.e. by placing the setting bar between the front and rear rollers,
the top of the bar represents ground level.
VERTICUTTER (SEE PAGE 39)
Used from ground +3mm to ground -3mm to control thatch, cutting lateral growths and standing up lying grasses ready for
cutting and lifting with the comb. Good for removing mosses. Start on the green at (say) +3mm.
NOTE
NOT FOR CUTTING SOIL, ONLY THATCH.
RESULT - Speed improvement on greens,reduced end of season maintenance. Promotes healthy plant growth, promotes
strong roots, and maximizes fertilizer penetration.
SCARIFIER (SEE PAGE 36)
Used for ground to ground -10mm controlling thatch, removing thatch, cutting lateral growth, pruning roots, removing
moss, aerating top layer for ingress of water, air, fertilizer and seed. Choice of 1mm or 2mm thick blades (generally 1mm
used in summer, 2mm used in winter). Do not try to cut too deep - must be adjusted to suit conditions.
Keep engine revs reasonably high with a slow forward movement to remove as much material as possible. The machine
may tend to walk along on its own in some conditions.
RESULT - Speed increase of playing surface. Maximizes fertilizer penetration & promotes strong healthy plant growth and
strong roots.
BRUSH (SEE PAGE 35)
Used for light scarifying, brushing, removing debris, cigarette ends, pine needles moss, excess top dressing etc. Set at
+3mm to +1mm for ground debris depending on conditions. Remove comb.
IRONING ROLLER NON DRIVEN (NOT SHOWN)
Ballastable for extra weight. Used for ironing greens. Set level or lift up front roller.
SORREL ROLLER NOT DRIVEN (SEE PAGE 38)
Used for surface pricking. Lets air, water, fertilizer into the root zone. Good for over seeding and preparing damaged
areas for repair. Reduces surface tension.
Verticutter
Scarifier
Brush
Ironing roller
Sorrel Roller
Bowls
Monthly
1 - 2 Months
As Required
Match Days
1 - 2 Weeks
Cricket
Fortnightly
1 - 2 Months
As Required
Pre-Season
Monthly (As Required for Repair)
Golf
Monthly
1 - 2 Months
As Required
As Required
Monthly (As Required for Repair)
17
FT & Super Six SP20001_REV_6
26
24
30
20
13
29
25
20
28
14
21
21
16
21
2
19
16
1
3
20
20
20
27
4
21
15
5
12
9
8
22
17
11
6
23
18
10
1
18
31
11
18
1.01
Item No. Part No.
Description
1
229492
Retaining Plate Assy
2
230004
Support Bracket
3
230006
Support Plate Engine
4
See 1.02
FT L.H. Side Plate Assembly
5
See 1.03
FT R.H. Side Plate Assy
6
J20222
Cork Buffer
7
800104
Stop Pin Assy
8
J17235
Front Cross Bar (17”)
8
J20235
Front Cross Bar (20”)
8
J24235
Front Cross Bar (24”)
9
J17236
Lower Unit Tie Bar (17”)
9
J20236
Lower Unit Tie Bar (20”)
9
J24236
Lower Unit Tie Bar (24”)
10
J20263
Front Stud Spacer
11
J20292
Collar Front Tie Bar
12
J20297
Serial Number Plate
13
J209053
Support Plate
14J209059
Gate
15
J179215
Engine Bed (17”)
15
J209215
Engine Bed (20”)
15
J249215
Engine Bed (24”)
16
SP01009
Hex Set Screw M8 x 20
17
SP01011
Hex Set Screw 3/8” UNF x 3/4”
18
SP01053
Hex Set Screw 1/2” UNF x 1”
19
SP01055
Hex Taptite Screw M6 x 16
20
SP02006
Nut M8 Nyloc
21
SP03015
Washer M8 Form C
22
SP03023
Washer 1/2” Toothed
23
SP05001
Rivet 4.8 x 10
24
228094
End Tip 5/16”
25
J17251
Rear Scraper Bar Assy (17”)
25
J20251
Rear Scraper Bar Assy (20”)
25
J24251
Rear Scraper Bar Assy (24”)
26
J209056
Hand Brake Lever
27J209057
Brake
28
SP05014
Clevis Pin 3/8” x 2 1/2”
Chassis - Main Assembly
Quantity
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
10
2
7
8
8
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Item No.
29
30
31
Part No.
SP05010
SP03008
800104
Description
Split Pin 1/8” x 1”
Washer M8 Form A
Cassette Retaining Screw
Quantity
1
1
1
18
FT & Super Six SP20001_REV_6
30
22
19
31
13
19
27
14
5
7
26
28
13
15
17
25
29
24
12
22
19
3
13
2
18
8
6
> 08/2010
20
4
1
23
4
15
16
21
14
24
25
10
11
9
A
B
A
1.02
Chassis - LH Side Plate (800020)
Item No. Part No.
Description
Quantity
Not Shown
1
J209253
Side Plate LH (FT)
1
-
J209003
1
J209218
Side Plate LH (Super Six)
1
-
J209005
2
229741
Buffer Block
1
3229742
Buffer
1
4
J209072
Chain Case Stud ( > 08/2010)2
5
J20216
Unit Limiting Stud
1
6
J20238
Shoulded Bearing Stud (FT)
1
6
J209110
Unit Bearing Stud (Super Six)
1
7
J20008
Back Plate With Hole
1
8
J20221
Male Coupling
1
9
J209203
Cassette Driven Pulley / Shaft
1
10
J209206
Cassette Drive Bearing Housing
1
11
J20255
Bearing 5205 - 3205 2RS
1
12
J20023
Unit Limiting Stud
1
13
SP03008
Washer M8 Form A
3
14
J209043
Tensioner Back Plate
2
15
J209047
Tensioner Pulley ( > 08/2010)2
16
J209049
Spacer Roller Tensioner ( > 08/2010)1
17
SP01008
Hex Set Screw M6 x 16
2
18
SP01012
Button Head M8 x 12
3
19
SP02006
Nut M8 Nyloc
4
20
SP03003
Washer M6 Toothed
2
21
SP01013
Hex Set Screw 3/8” UNF x 2”
1
22
SP02015
Nut 3/8” UNF
3
23
SP01057
Screw 3/8” UNF x 3 1/4” ( > 08/2010)1
24
SP02008
Nut M10 Nyloc
2
25
SP03011
Washer M10 Form A
2
26
230490
Belt Tensioner ( < 08/2010)1
27
230493
Pulley Retainer ( < 08/2010)1
28
J209047
Tensioner Pulley ( < 08/2010)1
29
SP01056
CSK Cap Head M6 x 25 ( < 08/2010)1
30
SP02006
Nut M8 Nyloc ( < 08/2010)1
31
SP03008
Washer M8 Form A ( < 08/2010)1
32
800222
Belt Tensioner Assembly ( < 08/2010)1
(Includes Items 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31)
3 Groove Drive Belt (Rear Roller)
5 Groove Drive Belt (Cylinder)
1
1
19
FT & Super Six SP20001_REV_6
14
13
7
2
6
4
16
3
15
12
17
12
8
10
5
6
16
12
10
16
1
1.03
Item No. Part No.
Description
1
J209254
Side Plate RH (FT)
1
209219
Side Plate RH (Super Six)
2
J20023
Unit Limiting Stud
3
229741
Buffer Block
4229742
Buffer
5
SP03003
Washer M6 Toothed
6
SP01008
Hex Set Screw M6 x 16
7
J209229
Clutch Rod Stop
8
J209078
Retaining Screw Plate
9
SP01016
Button Head M6 x 12
10
J20207
Stud Brake Band Cover
11
J20237
Unit Bearing Stud (FT)
11
J209110
Unit Bearing Stud (Super Six)
12
SP02006
Nut M8 Nyloc
13
SP02004
Nut M6 Nyloc
14
SP03010
Washer M6 Form A
15
SP02008
Nut M10 Nyloc
16
SP03008
Washer M8 Form A
17
SP03011
Washer M10 Form A
11
12
9
Chassis - RH Side Plate (800021)
Quantity
1
1
1
1
1
2
3
1
1
2
2
1
1
4
1
1
1
3
1
20
FT & Super Six SP20001_REV_6
1
8
5
10
2
6
4
9
7
3
2.01
Item No.
1
2
2
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Part Number
J209230
J179231
J209231
J249231
J20017
J209024
J209026
J209019
J209232
J209226
J209021
J209020
Cutter Engagement - Main Assembly
Description Dog Clutch Fork Assy.
17” Clutch Control Rod
20” Clutch Control Rod
24” Clutch Control Rod
Knob - Red
Nut 5/16 BSF Lock (Thin)
Nut 5/16 UNF Lock (Thin)
Rod End
Bracket Control Rod
Clutch Fork Pivot Mounting
Split Pin 1/16” x 1/2”
Pin Clevis
Quantity
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
21
FT & Super Six SP20001_REV_6
15
16
22
13
19
18
15
16
13
17
12
20
21
6
14
19
17
18
12
20
14
21
11
4
8
2
10
7
10
5
1
3
7
10
3.01
FT Front Roller - Main Assembly
Item No. Part No.
Description
1
800002
Front Roller Assy 17”
1
800502
Front Roller Assy 20”
1
800503
Front Roller Assy 24”
2
J20522
End Block RH
3
J20521
End Block LH
4
800149
Click Height Adjuster RH
5
800148
Click Height Adjuster LH
6
800182
Comb Bar Sub Assy 17”
6
800180
Comb Bar Sub Assy 20”
6
800181
Comb Bar Sub Assy 24”
7
J20510
Spring Comb Bar
8
J17250
Front Roller Scraper Bar 17”
8
J20250
Front Roller Scraper Bar 20”
8
J24250
Front Roller Scraper Bar 24”
9
J20505
Spring Scraper
10
SP02010
Nut M12 Nyloc
11
SP02004
Nut M6 Nyloc
12
J20517
Ht. Adjuster Block
13
J20518
Height Adjuster Knob
14
228092
Shim Id 25.8 x 1 Thk
15
J20519
Decal Height Of Cut
16
J20528
Grease Nipple 1/4” Bsp
17
J20525
Steel Ball 8mm
18J20526
Spring
19
SP02013
Nut M10 Lock (Thin)
20
SP01018
Grub Screw M10 x 16
21
SP07007
Circlip D1460 - 25
22
J20509
Comb Tine
Not Shown
-
SP01016
-
J209105
-
J209073
-
J17502
-
J20502
-
J24502
Button Head Screw M6 x 12
Front Roller Bearings
Front Roller Oil Seal
Front Roller Shaft 17”
Front Roller Shaft 20”
Front Roller Shaft 24”
Quantity
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
2
2
4
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
AR
4
2
2
1
1
1
22
FT & Super Six SP20001_REV_6
1
21
16
14
13
2
15
23
23
23
3
5
10
9
20
21
4
11
17
6
7
12
22
3.02
Item No.
1
1
2
3
3
4
5
5
6
7
8
9
9
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
Part No.
J20235
J24235
J20292
J20550
J24550
J20551
J20552
J24552
J209110
J209111
J209112
J179215
J209215
J249215
J209218
J209219
J209225
J209252
SP01016
SP01053
SP02004
SP02006
SP02008
SP02010
SP02012
SP02014
SP03011
SP03012
8
18
23
19
Super Six Front Roller - Main Assembly
Description
20” Front Cross Bar
24” Front Cross Bar
Collar Front Tie Bar
20” Front Roller
24” Front Roller
Scraper Bar Ear
20” SS Scraper Bar
24” SS Scraper Bar
Unit Bearing Stud
Bush Quadrant
Knob Plastic
Engine Bed 17”
Engine Bed 20”
Engine Bed 24”
Side Plate L.H. S.S.
Side Plate R.H. S.S.
Roller Quadrant S.S.
Lock Screw
Button Head M6 x 12
Hex Set Screw 1/2” UNF x 1”
Nut M6 Nyloc
Nut M8 Nyloc (T)
Nut M10 Nyloc (T)
Nut M12 Nyloc (T)
M10 Thin Lock Nut
Nut M12 Lock (Thin)
Washer M10 Form A
Washer M12 Form A
Quantity
1
1
2
1
1
2
1
1
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
4
2
8
23
FT & Super Six SP20001_REV_6
7
4
8
2
8
6
1
3
9
5
4.01
Item No.
1
1
1
2
2
3
3
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
9
9
Part No.
J179237
J209237
J249237
J209062
J249062
J17257
J209063
J249063
J209064
J209222
J209224
J209243
J209060
800008
800017
800042
Grassbox - Main Assembly
Description
FT430 Grassbox Moulding
FT510 Grassbox Moulding
FT610 Grassbox Moulding
Mesh (FT510)
Mesh (FT610)
17” Grassbox Edging Strip
20” Grassbox Edging Strip
24” Grassbox Edging Strip
Handle Plate Grass Box
LH Grassbox Wing
RH Grassbox Wing
Handle Grassbox
Grassbox Support Plate
17” Grassbox Complete
20” Grassbox Complete
24” Grassbox Complete
Quantity
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
Not Shown
-
SP04002 Screw M6 x 16 Slotted (To fit Item 5 & 6)
-
SP02004
Nut M6 Nyloc (To fit Item 5 & 6)
-
SP01008 Hex Set Screw M6 x 16 (To fit Item 7)
-
SP03007
Washer M6 x 20 (To fit Item 7)
8
8
2
2
24
FT & Super Six SP20001_REV_6
5
11
7
10
9
4
3
3
1
8
8
6
2
2
5.01
Item No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
9
9
10
11
Part No.
B32902
J209074
194946
228031
J20712
J20206
B32903
228031
J179221
J209221
J249221
B32904
229605
Guards - Main Assembly
Description Decal Dennis
Brake Band Cover Screw
Chain Case Screw
Belt Guard Seal
Belt Guard
Brake Band Cover
Decal Union Jack
Brake Band Seal
Transmission Cover 17”
Transmission Cover 20”
Transmission Cover 24”
Oil Daily Decal
98dB Decal
Quantity
2
2
2
1.23m
1
1
1
0.62m
1
1
1
1
1
25
FT & Super Six SP20001_REV_6
10
11
9
24
10
30
12
1
2
22
8
7
28
5
15
3
4
23
25
27
26
21
20
29
16
19
14
17
17
18
16
6.01
Item No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
23
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
Part No.
SP04001
SP03009
228094
SP02005
SP03004
SP03004
SP03008
J20109
800514
SP12010
J20108
J20107
230013
SP02006
SP02008
228093
SP01020
SP03018
229724
229725
229726
229736
B32902
230035
230020
230030
230040
230487
SP01070
SP02032
SP012022
SP01081
J20110
Handle - Main Assembly
Description
Quantity
Screw M5 x 16 Slotted
4
Washer M5 Form A
4
End Tip 5/16”
4
Nut M8 STD
4
Washer M8 Toothed
3
Washer M8 Toothed
1
Washer M8 Form A
8
Brake Band Lever
1
Deadmans Handle Kit ( > 02/2012)1
Deadmans Lever ( < 03/2012)1
Throttle Control Lever
1
Handle Grip Rubber
2
Console Cover (No Switch)
1
Nut M8 Nyloc
4
Nut M10 Nyloc
4
Bolt Saddle M8 x 43
4
Hex Set Screw M10 x 40
4
Washer M10 Form G
8
Arm Pivot Bush
4
Pivot Arm Lower Handle
4
Bush Handle Pivot
4
Pivot Bolt
4
Decal Dennis
1
Handle Lower 17” W.A.
1
Handle Lower 20” W.A.
1
Handle Lower 24” W.A.
1
Handle Upper W.A.
1
Micro Switch Bracket
1
Cap Head M2 x 12
1
Nut M2 STD
1
Electrical Loom Micro Switch
1
Cap Head M5 x 12
1
Lever Grip
1
Not Shown
-
J20112 Throttle Cable (Honds MKII & Kubota MKI) 1
-
J20113
Brake Band Cable
1
-
J20123
Electric Loom (Deadmans) ( > 02/2012)1
-
SP12021 Electric Loom (Deadmans) ( < 03/2012) 1
-
J20110
Brake Band Lever Grip
1
26
FT & Super Six SP20001_REV_6
14
21 15
30
27
20
22
26
19
27
33 18
16
28
25
5
25
24 13 32
31
4
16
23
17 29
1
4
10
7
3
8
10
6
Part No.
228103
230004
See 2.01
See 2.01
See 2.01
800007
800016
800041
800024
J209050
J179051
J209053
SP01009
SP01026
SP02006
SP03008
SP03015
J179240
J209240
J249240
228011
J20051
J209039
J209200
J209202
J209212
800217
J209214
J209241
J209246
62662
J20052
J20467
J209104
J209030
2
11
1
11
7.01
Item No.
1
2
3
3
3
4
4
4
5
6
7
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
13
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
19*
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
12
9
Engine & Drive Kit - Main Assembly
Description
Quantity
Coupling Element
1
Support Bracket
1
Cutter Engagment Assy (FT430)
1
Cutter Engagment Assy (FT510)
1
Cutter Engagment Assy (FT610)
1
17” Top Drive Assembly
1
20” Top Drive Assembly
1
24” Top Drive Assembly
1
Engine Assembly
1
Fixing Plate Assy
1
Support Plate (17”)
1
Support Plate (20” & 24”)
1
Hex Set Screw M8 x 20
2
Cap Head M8 x 60
2
Nut M8 Nyloc
8
Washer M8 Form A
4
Washer M8 Form C
6
Top Drive Shaft 17”
1
Top Drive Shaft 20”
1
Top Drive Shaft 24”
1
Coupling Half (3/4”)
1
Bearing Housing (6204) (FT510 & 610) 1
Bush Flanged
2
3 Groove Top Drive Pulley
1
5 Groove Top Drive Pulley
1
Inner Dog Tube
1
Inner Dog Tube c/w Bushes
1
Sliding Dog
1
Bearing Spacer
1
Top Drive Spring
1
Bearing 6205-2RS 3
1
Bearing 6204-2RS 3
1
Grub Screw M8 x 8
3
Pin Spirol M6 x 50
1
Key 3/16” x 3/16” x 3/4” Rd End
2
Item No.
28
29
30
31
32
33
33
Part No.
Description
Quantity
J209029
Key 3/16” x 3/16” x 7/8” Rd End
1
J209106
E Clip 16mm
1
228104
Circlip N1460-0087
1
SP07007
Circlip D1460-25
1
228106
Washer M22 Form A
1
J209245
Top Drive Bearing Housing (FT430)
1
J209211 Top Drive Bearing Housing (FT510 & 610) 1
Not Shown
-
J209040
Bearing (6005) (FT430)
2
27
FT & Super Six SP20001_REV_6
7
24 & 32
27
22
23
26
29
28
30 & 31
2
21
25
5
3
12
16
20
9
8
7
17
1
15
6
18
19
4
37
5
14
34
12
36
6
7.02
35
Engine & Drive Kit - Centrifugal Clutch 06/2013 >
Item No. Part No.
Description
Quantity
1
228102
Coupling Half (7/8”)
1
2
229901
Engine 5.5 Hp Honda Gx160 Q9
1
3
230530
Backing Plate Flywheel
1
4
230531
Spacer Back Plate
4
5
230535
Shaft Spacer
2
6
800026
Clutch Hub Assembly
1
7
800027
Fly Wheel Assembly
1
8
J20367
Exhaust Deflector
1
9
J20368
Screw M4 Exhaust Deflector
2
10
J20369
E Clip 5Mm
1
11
J20376
Throttle Clamp
1
12
J20467
Grub Screw M8 X 8
2
13
J209007
Cap Head 5/16” X 3/4”
1
14
J209017
Clutch Drum Machined
1
15
J209025
Key 3/16” X 3/16” X 1 3/4” Rd End
1
16
J209233
Stub Shaft
1
17
Sp01009
Hex Set Screw M8 X 20
3
18
Sp01093
Hex Set Screw 5/16” Unf X 1”
4
19
Sp03004
Washer M8 Toothed
4
20
Sp03029
Washer M8 Spring Lock
3
21
228001
Tapered Bush 1610 - 3/4”
1
22230532
Flywheel
1
23
230533
Clutch Shoe Pivot
2
24
E1-1119
Hex Set Screw M10 X 35
2
25
J20457
Key 3/16” X 3/16” X 1” Rd End
1
26
J209011
Tension Spring
2
27
J209012
Washer M16 Form B
2
28
J209013
Clutch Shoe Assy
2
29
J209106
E Clip 16Mm
2
30
Sp01036
Hex Set Screw M8 X 35
2
31
Sp02006
Nut M8 Nyloc (T)
2
32
Sp02008
Nut M10 Nyloc (T)
2
33
Sp02010
Nut M12 Nyloc (T)
2
Item No.
34
35
36
37
Part No.
230534
J209006
J209249
Sp06020
Description
Bearing Hub Clutch
Circlip 47 M1308-0470
Washer 9 X 35 X 3
Bearing Rms6-2Rs
Quantity
1
1
1
1
Note
For Throttle Cable, See Section 6.01
28
FT & Super Six SP20001_REV_6
10
7
14
1
11
11
13
9
2
12
8
6
3
6
2
26
23
5
3
16
22
18
4
24
17
19
15
20
21
20
21
25
22
7
7.03
18
16
19
17
Engine & Drive Kit - Centrifugal Clutch > 06/2013
Item No. Part No.
Description
1
229900
Engine (Honda GX120)
1
229901
Engine (Honda GX160)
2
800027
Flywheel Assembly
3
800026
Clutch Hub Assembly
4
J209233
Stub Shaft
5
228102
Coupling Shaft (7/8”)
6
J209025
Key (3/16” x 3/16” x 1 3/4”)
7
J20467
Grub Screw (M8 x 8)
8
J20367
Exhaust Deflector
9
J20368
Exhaust Deflector Screw (M4)
10
J209006
Circlip (47 M1308-0470)
11
J209247
Bearing 6906 2RS
12
J209248
Brg Spacer
13
J209249
Washer (9 x 35 x 3)
14
J209004
Bearing Hub Clutch
15J209100
Flywheel
16
J209101
Clutch Shoe Pivot
17
J209102
Shoe Spring Anchor
18
J209011
Tension Spring
19
J209012
Washer M16 Form B
20
J209013
Brake Shoe
21
J209103
Pin Slotted (M8 x 50)
22
J209106
E Clip 16mm
23
J209007
Cap Screw
24
SP01009
Hex Set Screw M8 x 20
25
SP03029
Washer M8 Spring Lock
26
J209017
Clutch Drum
Quantity
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
3
1
2
1
2
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
3
3
1
NOTE
For Throttle Cable, see Section 6.01
29
FT & Super Six SP20001_REV_6
7
11
8
10
12
6
3
12
4
2
1
11
9
7
3
8
5
8.01
Item No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Description
See 8.02
J20119
J20256
J20461
J20463
J209201
SP03016
SP02008
J20462
J20457
SP01008
SP01035
Rear Roller - Main Assembly
Part Number
Rear Roller Assy
Spring Scraper Brake Band
Roller Slot Cover Plate
Brake Drum
Brake Band Assy
Rear Roller Driven Pulley
Washer M10 Form C
Nut M10 Nyloc
Key Woodruff (606) 3/16” x 3/4”
Key 3/16” x 3/16” x 1” Rd End
Hex Set Screw M6 x 16
Hex Set Screw M10 x 25
Quantity
1
1
2
1
1
1
2
2
1
1
2
8
NOTE
For Brake Band Cable, see Section 6.01
30
FT & Super Six SP20001_REV_6
7
11
4
8
14
1
13
3
12
5
6
2
8
9
11
7
10
8.02
Item No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
Description
See 8.05
See 8.04
See 8.03
See 8.03
J20477
J20450
J20454
J20475
J20474
J20455
J20467
J20464
J20453
J20494
Rear Roller - Roller Assembly
Part Number
RH Differential Assy
LH Differential Assy
Outer Roller Assy
Outer Roller Assy
LH Spacer Collar
LH Bearing Housing
Bearing R18 2RS
Circlip Internal 54 x 2
Circlip Internal 57 x 2
Bearing RLS8 2RS
Grub Screw M8 x 8
RH Spacer Collar RH Bearing Housing
Gasket Rear Roller
Quantity
1
1
2
2
1
1
2
1
1
1
31
FT & Super Six SP20001_REV_6
3
8
4
7
6
2
1
8.03
Item No.
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
3
4
6
7
8
Rear Roller - Outer Roller Assembly
Part Number
Description
Quantity
J179540
17” LH Outer Roller c/w Bush
1
J179541
17” RH Outer Roller c/w Bush
1
800019L
20” LH Outer Roller c/w Bush
1
800019R
20” RH Outer Roller c/w Bush
1
800044L
24” LH Outer Roller c/w Bush
1
800044R
24” RH Outer Roller c/w Bush
1
J20476
Plunger Bush
1
J20435
Spring Plunger
1
J20437
Plunger Pawl
1
J20480
Grease Nipple 67 Deg 1/8” Bsp T
1
J20481
Grease Nipple Extension 1/8” Bsp T
1
J20473
Roller Bush
2
Not Shown
-
J20404
Pin Spirol M5 x 24
1
32
FT & Super Six SP20001_REV_6
6
4
2
5
3
1
6
7
4
2
5
3
10
1
8
7
4
9
5
6
4
6
5
8.04
Item No.
1
1
1
2
3
3
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Part No.
800005
800014
800039
J20400
J17401
J20401
J24401
J20405
J20406
J20407
J20408
J20409
J20410
J20484
Not Shown
-
J20430
-
J20494
Rear Roller - LH Differential Assembly
Description
Pinion Shaft Assy (FT430)
Pinion Shaft Assy (FT510)
Pinion Shaft Assy (FT610)
Planet Gear Case
17” Pinion Gear Case Tube
20” Pinion Gear Case Tube
24” Pinion Gear Case Tube
Planet Gear Pin
Split Pin 3/32” x 1”
Planet Gear (33t)
Washer Planet 7/16”
Pinion Washer
Pinion Gear Tube Bush
Seal Single Lip W087.62.12
Quantity
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
Caphead M6 x 30 (For Assy with 8.05)
Gasket Rear Roller (For Assy with 8.05)
4
1
33
FT & Super Six SP20001_REV_6
1
3
2
2
7
1
5
5
3
4
6
8.05
Item No.
1
1
1
2
3
3
3
4
5
6
7
Part No.
800006
800015
800040
J20420
J17421
J20421
J24421
J20424
J20426
J20432
J20482
Not Shown
-
J20430
-
J20494
Rear Roller - RH Differential Assembly
Description
17” Annular Gear Shaft Assy
20” Annular Gear Shaft Assy
24” Annular Gear Shaft Assy
Annular Gear Case
17” Annular Gear Case Tube
20” Annular Gear Case Tube
24” Annular Gear Case Tube
Washer Annular
Bush Annular Gear Tube
Oil Plug (14” BSP)
Seal Single Lip R21
Quantity
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
Caphead M6 x 30 (For Assy with 8.04)
Gasket Rear Roller (For Assy with 8.04)
4
1
34
FT & Super Six SP20001_REV_6
26
13
17
27
33
4
19
39
32
40
31
37
30
18
22
5
35
25
15
29
14
20
1
21
7
8
24
2
16
34
3
10
12
6
28
36
8
11
23
9
38
9.01
Item No.
1
2
3
3
3
3
3
3
4
4
4
5
5
5
6
7
8
8
8
9
9
9
10
10
10
11
11
11
11
11
11
11
12
13
14
15
Part No.
J19998
J19999
J17040
J20040
J24040
J17039
J20039
J24039
J17033
J20033
J24033
J179305
J209305
J249305
J209076
J20003
J17011
J20011
J24011
J17012
J20012
J24012
J17025
J20025
J24025
J20065
J24065
J17030
J20030
J24030
J20031
J24031
J20032
J209061
J209300
J209302
Cassette - Cutter
Description
Cassette Side Plate W.A. L.H.
Cassette Side Plate W.A. R.H.
Cylinder 5 Blade 17”
Cylinder 5 Blade 20”
Cylinder 5 Blade 24”
Cylinder 9 Blade 17”
Cylinder 9 Blade 20”
Cylinder 9 Blade 24”
Deflector Plate Assy 17” (Vane)
Deflector Plate Assy 20” (Vane)
Deflector Plate Assy 24” (Vane)
17” Shear Blade Adj Bar Assy
20” Shear Blade Adj Bar Assy
24” Shear Blade Adj Bar Assy
Bearing Blank Plate
Cutter Bearing Housing
17” Cassette Tie Bar
20” Cassette Tie Bar
24” Cassette Tie Bar
17” Rectangular Bar
20” Rectangular Bar
24” Rectangular Bar
Shear Blade Carrier 17”
Shear Blade Carrier 20”
Shear Blade Carrier 24”
Shear Blade 20” x 0.060”
Shear Blade 24” x 0.060”
Shear Blade 17” x 0.090”
Shear Blade 20” x 0.090”
Shear Blade 24” x 0.090”
Lipped Blade 20”
Lipped Blade 24”
Screw Bottom Blade
Deflector Bracket
Adjuster Knob Cylinder
Decal Cut On / Off
Quantity
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
8/10/12
2
2
2
Item No.
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
Part No.
J209303
J209304
J20008
J20023
J20004
J20064
J20041
J20063
J209301
SP01006
SP01007
SP01008
SP01009
SP01010
SP01011
SP02004
SP02005
SP02015
SP02016
SP03002
SP03004
SP03005
SP03006
SP03007
SP03008
Description
Adjuster Rod
Shim Od: 22 Id:16 THK 0.3 Back Plate With Hole
Unit Limiting Stud
Bearing Self-aligning RI6
Grease Nipple 1/4” UNF
Female Coupling
Seal Single Lip 22 x 40
Circlip N1460 / 0062 (5/8 EXT)
Button Head M8 x 20
Coach Bolt M6
Hex Set Screw M6 x 16
Hex Set Screw M8 x 20
Cap Head M10 x 30 (Low Hd)
Hex Set Screw 3/8” UNF x 3/4”
Nut M6 Nyloc
Nut M8 STD
Nut 3/8” UNF
Nut 1/2” UNF
Washer 3/8”
Washer M8 Toothed
Washer M10 Toothed
Washer M12 Toothed
Washer M6 x 18
Washer M8 Form A
Quantity
2
2
1
1
2
2
1
2
2
3
2
2
3
2
2
2
1
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
1
35
FT & Super Six SP20001_REV_6
24
27
*2
28
4
20
22
19
29
16
26
15
14
10
18
12
25
11
1
6
23
30
21
7
13
17
9
3
5
* - Multi Brush Shown
9.02
Item No.
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
3
4
5
6
6
6
7
8
9
10
11
11
11
12
12
12
13
13
13
14
15
16
16
16
17
18
19
20
Part No.
228062
800174
800186
800185
800175
800187
800177
J20001
J20002
J20008
J17011
J20011
J24011
J20023
J20041
J20051
J20052
J17053
J20053
J24053
J17054
J20054
J24054
J17061
J20061
J24061
J209061
J209076
J179305
J209305
J249305
SP01006
SP01007
SP01008
SP01009
8
Cassette - Brush
Description
Quantity
3/4” Tube Bung (3132)
2
Brush Shaft Assembly (17” Multi)
1
Brush Shaft Assembly (20” Multi)
1
Brush Shaft Assembly (24” Multi)
1
Brush Shaft Assembly (17” Standard)
1
Brush Shaft Assembly (20” Standard)
1
Brush Shaft Assembly (24” Standard)
1
Cassette Side Plate WA NC LH
1
Cassette Side Plate WA NC RH
1
Back Plate With Hole
1
Cassette Tie Bar (17”)
1
Cassette Tie Bar (20”)
1
Cassette Tie Bar (24”)
1
Unit Limiting Stud
1
Female Coupling
1
Bearing Housing (6204)
2
Bearing 6204-2RS 3
2
Tie Bar (17”)
1
Tie Bar (20”)
1
Tie Bar (24”)
1
Deflector Plate Assy (17”)
1
Deflector Plate Assy (20”)
1
Deflector Plate Assy (24”)
1
Front Tie Bar All Cassettes (17”)
1
Front Tie Bar All Cassettes (20”)
1
Front Tie Bar All Cassettes (24”)
1
Deflector Bracket
2
Bearing Blank Plate
1
Shear Blade Adj Bar Assy (17”)
1
Shear Blade Adj Bar Assy (20”)
1
Shear Blade Adj Bar Assy (24”)
1
Button Head (M8 x 20)
3
Coach Bolt (M6)
2
Hex Set Screw (M6 x 16)
2
Hex Set Screw (M8 x 20)
3
Item No.
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
Part No.
SP01011
SP02004
SP02005
SP02015
SP02016
SP03004
SP03005
SP03006
SP03007
SP03008
Description
Hex Set Screw (3/8” UNF x 3/4”)
Nut Nyloc (M6)
Nut Std (M8)
Nut (3/8” UNF)
Nut (1/2” UNF)
Washer (M8 Toothed)
Washer (M10 Toothed)
Washer (M12 Toothed)
Washer (M6 x 18)
Washer (M8 Form A)
Quantity
2
2
1
2
6
4
4
2
4
1
NOTE
Multi Brush shown in diagram (Item 2)
36
FT & Super Six SP20001_REV_6
28
27
24
20
22
26
9
1 & 2mm Std
36
19
2mm Tungsten
36
16
15
4
14
10
18
12
25
1
6
11
2
36
23
30
31
33
7
34
13
9
31
35
32
3
9.03
Item No.
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
3
4
5
6
6
6
7
8
9
10
11
11
11
12
12
12
13
13
13
14
15
16
16
16
17
18
Part No.
228062
800047
800052
800057
800048
800053
800058
800207
800206
800208
J20001
J20002
J20008
J17011
J20011
J24011
J20023
J20041
J20051
J20052
J17053
J20053
J24053
J17054
J20054
J24054
J17061
J20061
J24061
J209061
J209076
J179305
J209305
J249305
SP01006
SP01007
5
17
8
Cassette - Scarifiers
Description
Quantity
3/4” Tube Bung (3132)
2
1mm Scarifier Hob Assy (17”)
1
1mm Scarifier Hob Assy (20”)
1
1mm Scarifier Hob Assy (24”)
1
2mm Scarifier Hob Assy (17”)
1
2mm Scarifier Hob Assy (20”)
1
2mm Scarifier Hob Assy (24”)
1
2mm TT Scarifier Hob Assy (17”)
1
2mm TT Scarifier Hob Assy (20”)
1
2mm TT Scarifier Hob Assy (24”)
1
Cassette Side Plate WA NC LH
1
Cassette Side Plate WA NC RH
1
Back Plate With Hole
1
Cassette Tie Bar (17”)
1
Cassette Tie Bar (20”)
1
Cassette Tie Bar (24”)
1
Unit Limiting Stud
1
Female Coupling
1
Bearing Housing (6204)
2
Bearing 6204-2RS 3
2
Tie Bar (17”)
1
Tie Bar (20”)
1
Tie Bar (24”)
1
Deflector Plate Assy (17”)
1
Deflector Plate Assy (20”)
1
Deflector Plate Assy (24”)
1
Front Tie Bar All Cassettes (FT430)
1
Front Tie Bar All Cassettes (FT510)
1
Front Tie Bar All Cassettes (FT610)
1
Deflector Bracket
2
Bearing Blank Plate
1
Shear Blade Adj Bar Assy (17”)
1
Shear Blade Adj Bar Assy (20”)
1
Shear Blade Adj Bar Assy (24”)
1
Button Head (M8 x 20)
3
Coach Bolt (M6)
2
Item No. Part No.
Description
19
SP01008
Hex Set Screw (M6 x 16)
20
SP01009
Hex Set Screw (M8 x 20)
21
SP01011
Hex Set Screw (3/8” UNF x 3/4”)
22
SP02004
Nut (M6 Nyloc)
23
SP02005
Nut (M8 Std)
24
SP02015
Nut (3/8” UNF)
25
SP02016
Nut (1/2” UNF)
26
SP03004
Washer (M8 Toothed)
27
SP03005
Washer (M10 Toothed)
28
SP03006
Washer (M12 Toothed)
29
SP03007
Washer (M6 x 18)
30
SP03008
Washer (M8 Form A)
31
J17055
Square Shaft (17”)
31
J20055
Square Shaft (20”)
31
J24055
Square Shaft (24”)
32J20056
Spacer
33
J20059
Nut 7/8” UNF Lock (Thin)
34
J20060
Lock Washer (Small)
35
J209080
Flange Stop
36
J20058
Scarifer Blade 1mm
36
J20057
Scarifer Blade 2mm
36
230105
Scarifer Blade TT
Quantity
2
3
2
2
1
2
6
4
4
2
4
1
1
1
1
AR
1
1
1
AR
AR
AR
37
FT & Super Six SP20001_REV_6
15
18
5
20
9
11
16
8
17
13
19
23
4
24
12
21
26
25
3
14
7
22
6
9.04
Item No. Part No.
Description
1
230318
Blanking Plate
2
J20000
Cassette Side Plate WA ND
3
J17011
Cassette Tie Bar (17”)
3
J20011
Cassette Tie Bar (20”)
3
J24011
Cassette Tie Bar (24”)
4
J20023
Unit Limiting Stud
5
J20051
Bearing Housing (6204)
6
J20052
Bearing 6204-2RS 3
7
J17053
Tie Bar (17”)
7
J20053
Tie Bar (20”)
7
J24053
Tie Bar (24”)
8
J209076
Bearing Blank Plate
9
J179305
Shear Blade Adj Bar Assy (17”)
9
J209305
Shear Blade Adj Bar Assy (20”)
9
J249305
Shear Blade Adj Bar Assy (24”)
10
SP01006
Button Head (M8 x 20)
11
SP01009
Hex Set Screw (M8 x 20)
12
SP01011
Hex Set Screw (3/8” UNF x 3/4”)
13
SP02005
Nut (M8 Std)
14
SP02015
Nut (3/8” UNF)
15
SP02016
Nut (1/2” UNF)
16
SP03004
Washer (M8 Toothed)
17
SP03005
Washer (M10 Toothed)
18
SP03006
Washer (M12 Toothed)
19
SP03008
Washer (M8 Form A)
20
228062
3/4” Tube Bung (3132)
21
800051
Slitter Hob Assy (17”)
21
800056
Slitter Hob Assy (20”)
21
800061
Slitter Hob Assy (24”)
22
230334
Slitter Shaft FT (17”)
22
230335
Slitter Shaft FT (20”)
22
230336
Slitter Shaft FT (24”)
23J20056
Spacer
24
J20060
Lock Washer (Small)
25
J209080
Flange Stop
10
2
1
Cassette - Slitter
Quantity
1
2
2
2
2
1
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
3
2
1
2
4
4
4
2
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
AR
1
1
Item No. Part No.
26
J20057
Description
Scarifer Blade 2mm
Quantity
AR
Not Shown
-
J20059
Nut 7/8” UNF Lock (Thin)
1
38
FT & Super Six SP20001_REV_6
18
21
6
1
12
14
19
11
20
16
22
5
15
10
9
4
8
17
7
3
2
9.05
Item No.
1
2
3
4
4
4
5
6
7
8
8
8
9
9
9
10
11
12
12
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
Part No.
228062
230318
J20000
J17011
J20011
J24011
J20023
J20051
J20052
J17053
J20053
J24053
J17810
J20810
J24810
J20811
J209076
J179305
J209305
J249305
SP01006
SP01009
SP01011
SP02005
SP02015
SP02016
SP03004
SP03005
SP03006
SP03008
Not Shown
-
J17816
-
J20816
-
J24816
13
Cassette - Sorrel
Description
Quantity
3/4” Tube Bung (3132)
2
Blanking Plate
1
Cassette Side Plate WA ND
2
Cassette Tie Bar (17”)
2
Cassette Tie Bar (20”)
2
Cassette Tie Bar (24”)
2
Unit Limiting Stud
1
Bearing Housing (6204)
2
Bearing 6204-2RS 3
2
Tie Bar (17”)
1
Tie Bar (20”)
1
Tie Bar (24”)
1
Sorrel Roller (17”)
1
Sorrel Roller (20”)
1
Sorrel Roller (24”)
1
Spike Sorrel Roller
126/150/186
Bearing Blank Plate
1
Shear Blade Adj Bar Assy (17”)
1
Shear Blade Adj Bar Assy (20”)
1
Shear Blade Adj Bar Assy (24”)
1
Button Head (M8 x 20)
3
Hex Set Screw (M8 x 20)
3
Hex Set Screw (3/8” UNF x 3/4”)
2
Nut (M8 Std)
1
Nut (3/8” UNF)
2
Nut (1/2” UNF)
4
Washer (M8 Toothed)
4
Washer (M10 Toothed)
4
Washer (M12 Toothed)
2
Washer (M8 Form A)
1
Weight Bar 17”
Weight Bar 20”
Weight Bar 24”
1
1
1
39
FT & Super Six SP20001_REV_6
27
28
24
4
20
22
29
Std
36
19
Tungsten
36
16
26
15
14
10
18
12
25
1
10
6
2
23
30
34
33
32
35
31
21
7
13
9
3
37
5
36
17
9.06
Item No.
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
3
4
5
6
6
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
13
13
14
15
16
16
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
Part No.
228062
800049
800054
800059
800050
800055
800060
J20001
J20002
J20008
J17011
J20011
J24011
J20023
J20041
J20051
J20052
J20053
J20054
J17061
J20061
J24061
J209061
J209076
J179305
J209305
J249305
SP01006
SP01007
SP01008
SP01009
SP01011
SP02004
SP02005
SP02015
8
Cassette - Verticutters
Description
Quantity
3/4” Tube Bung (3132)
2
Verticutter Hob Assy (17”)
1
Verticutter Hob Assy (20”)
1
Verticutter Hob Assy (24”)
1
Tungsten Verticutter Hob Assy (17”)
1
Tungsten Verticutter Hob Assy (20”)
1
Tungsten Verticutter Hob Assy (24”)
1
Cassette Side Plate WA NC LH
1
Cassette Side Plate WA NC RH
1
Back Plate With Hole
1
Cassette Tie Bar (17”)
1
Cassette Tie Bar (20”)
1
Cassette Tie Bar (24”)
1
Unit Limiting Stud
1
Female Coupling
1
Bearing Housing (6204)
2
Bearing 6204-2RS 3
2
Tie Bar (20”)
1
Deflector Plate Assy (20”)
1
Front Tie Bar All Cassettes (FT430)
1
Front Tie Bar All Cassettes (FT510)
1
Front Tie Bar All Cassettes (FT610)
1
Deflector Bracket
2
Bearing Blank Plate
1
Shear Blade Adj Bar Assy (17”)
1
Shear Blade Adj Bar Assy (20”)
1
Shear Blade Adj Bar Assy (24”)
1
Button Head (M8 x 20)
3
Coach Bolt (M6)
2
Hex Set Screw (M6 x 16)
2
Hex Set Screw (M8 x 20)
3
Hex Set Screw (3/8” UNF x 3/4”)
2
Nut (M6 Nyloc)
2
Nut (M8 Std)
1
Nut (3/8” UNF)
2
Item No. Part No.
Description
25
SP02016
Nut (1/2” UNF)
26
SP03004
Washer (M8 Toothed)
27
SP03005
Washer (M10 Toothed)
28
SP03006
Washer (M12 Toothed)
29
SP03007
Washer (M6 x 18)
30
SP03008
Washer (M8 Form A)
31
J17055
Square Shaft (17”)
31
J20055
Square Shaft (20”)
31
J24055
Square Shaft (24”)
32J20056
Spacer
33
J20059
Nut 7/8” UNF Lock (Thin)
34
J20060
Lock Washer (Small)
35
J209080
Flange Stop
36
J20072
Dethatcher Blade
36
229538
Tungsten Tipped Blade 11T
37
229533
Fan Blade Small
Quantity
6
4
4
2
4
1
1
1
1
AR
1
1
1
AR
AR
AR
NOTE
Item 37 is not required on Tungsten Tipped option.
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FT & Super Six SP20001_REV_6
DENNIS, Ashbourne Road, Kirk Langley, Derby, DE6 4NJ, United Kingdom
Telephone:- 01332 824777
Fax:- 01332 824 525
E-mail:- sales@dennisuk.com
E-mail:- spares@dennisuk.com
www.dennisuk.com
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