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G-SERIES
G-SERIES CASSETTE MOWER
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
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
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THIS INFORMATION IS INTENDED FOR GUIDANCE PURPOSES ONLY. WE RECOMMEND THAT YOU DISCUSS YOUR SPECIFIC
REQUIREMENT WITH OUR HEAD OFFICE, SALES MANAGERS OR YOUR LOCAL DENNIS DEALER.
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Cemetery Maintenance
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Product Application Matrix
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G-Series Cylinder mowers powered by Honda GX Petrol Engine
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2ZQHURI7HFKQLFDO'RFXPHQW Mr I.D. Howard, Howardson Ltd, Howardson Works Kirk Langley, Derby, DE6 4NJ, UK
1RWL¿HG%RG\ 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)
G660
G760
G860
26” (660mm)
30” (760mm)
34” (860mm)
GX160
GX160
GX200
Measured Sound Power
Level
95dB Lwa
95dB Lwa
95dB Lwa
Guaranteed Sound
Power Level
98dB Lwa
98dB Lwa
98dB Lwa
Serial Number
See Product ID range
See Product ID range
See Product ID range
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Complies with the applicable requirements of:- Machine Directive 2006/42/EC
- Noise Directive
2000/14/EC (Annex VI Procedure 1)
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Serial Numbers
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MAKE A NOTE OF THE SERIAL NUMBERS OF YOUR MACHINE & ENGINE AND ALWAYS
QUOTE THEM IN ANY COMMUNICATION WITH PERSONNEL AT DENNIS.
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The reliability and quality of performance of the '(11,6*6(5,(6 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 dif¿culty, 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
Controls ................................................................................................................................................................................ 7
Operating Instructions ..................................................................................................................................................... 8 - 9
General Adjustments ....................................................................................................................................................10 - 11
Removing The Cassette Unit.............................................................................................................................................. 12
Routine Maintenance................................................................................................................................................... 13 - 14
Storage ............................................................................................................................................................................... 14
General Lubrication ............................................................................................................................................................ 15
Guide To Cassette Use....................................................................................................................................................... 16
Notes .................................................................................................................................................................................. 17
Parts Listings ............................................................................................................................................................... 18 - 36
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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 (6 Blade)
Cut Performance (8 Blade)
Engine
Drive System
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Hand Arm Vibration (m/sec2)
Measured Sound Power Level dB(A) LWA
Guaranteed Sound Power Level dB(A) LWA
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6 or 8 blade
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95 cuts/m (88 cuts/yd)
130 cuts/m (120 cuts/yd)
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“V” Belt
Poly “V” high performance
belts under constant tension
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Manufactured with a 26” (66cm), 30” (76cm) or 34” (86cm) cutting width, this range of machines is powered by either a
5.5hp (26” & 30”) or 6.5hp air cooled, single cylinder, four stroke petrol engine.
The rear roller and cutter are controlled independently via belt clutches operated from the console on the upper handle
bar. (ITEM 5). A parking brake is ¿tted for added safety when working on sloping ground.
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.
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Bottom Blade Adjuster Knob
Belt Guard
Throttle Control Lever
Operating Console
Exhaust
Fuel Tank
Brake Lever
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Cutting Height Adjustment
Cassette Retaining Pin
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Air Filter
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In order to operate the machine safely please follow these Health and Safety guidelines.
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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.
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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.
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A) Store fuel in containers speci¿cally 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.
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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.
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Do not operate the engine in a con¿ned space where dangerous &$5%210212;,'( fumes can collect.
Mow only in daylight or good arti¿cial 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
deÀector 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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This switch stops the engine and can be used to do so at anytime during the operation of the machine. Ensure it is in the ³21´
position before attempting to start the engine.
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This is an operator presence control. The engine will tick over without need for this to be depressed when the cylinder and
drive are disengaged. This must be depressed before the drive or cylinder can be engaged. Failure to do so will cause the
engine to stop.
NOTE
IF THE “DEADMANS CONTROL LEVER” IS DEPRESSED WHILE THE PARKING BRAKE IS
ON THE ENGINE WILL STOP.
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This controls the parking brake. It is only to be engaged when the machine is stationary, it is NOT to stop the machine. Push
lever forwards to engage and pull back to disengage.
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IF THE “DEADMANS CONTROL LEVER” IS DEPRESSED WHILE THE PARKING BRAKE IS
ON THE ENGINE WILL STOP.
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This controls the RPM of the engine and the resultant speed of the machine. Pushing the lever forwards will increase the RPM,
pulling it back returns the engine to idle.
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This controls the machine movement. Pushing the lever forwards will engage the belt clutch and cause the machine to drive.
Returning it to the original position will cause the machine to stop.
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This controls the cylinder drive. Pushing the lever forwards will engage the belt clutch and cause the cylinder to rotate. Returning it to the original position will cause the cylinder to stop.
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IF YOU ARE IN ANY DOUBT PLEASE ASK YOUR EMPLOYER OR CONTACT US DIRECT.
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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 10)
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 (1*,1( 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.
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Once the preparatory steps have been completed as outlined on page 7 the engine may be started. (See manufacturer
operating manual for full details).
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Switch on the fuel tap.
Switch the handlebar cut off switch to ON, or depress deadmans handle (Item 1)
Set the throttle control to a half open position.
Shift the choke lever to the appropriate position (Kubota engine set to START : Honda engine set to the &/26(
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 5811,1*, or OPEN
position). Warm-up running of 3-5 minutes is recommended.
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2) Switch the handlebar cut off to OFF or release deadmans handle.
3) Close the fuel tap.
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Depress the ³'HDGPDQV+DQGOH´ (Item 15)
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CAUSE THE ENGINE TO STOP
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Disengage the cylinder drive and wait for the cutter to stop rotating
Hold the grassbox ¿rmly on the lip of the aperture, place the lower front of the box against the front of the
tubular cradle.
Pivot the box about the cradle until it sit securely in position.
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General Adjustments
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Always stop the engine before adjusting the height
of cut. Failure to do this may result in serious injury.
The length of grass after cutting and the depth of
scari¿cation / dethatching / brushing, depends on
the setting of the front roller in relation to the main
frame of the machine.
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quadrants (Item 1) [19mm spammer].
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machine. As a guide, there are notches in the quadrant and holes in the side plate. Align these on both sides to level
the machine.
NOTE
DO NOT ATTEMPT TO USE THE DETHATCHING CASSETTES OR BRUSH CASSETTES
ON TOO LOW A SETTING AS THIS WILL RESULT IN DAMAGE TO THE BLADES AND
BRUSHES.
NOTE
DO NOT ATTEMPT TO SCARIFY ON TOO LOW A SETTING WHEN THE GROUND
CONDITIONS ARE DRY AS THIS MAY CAUSE THE CLUTCH TO SLIP.
To check the height of cut and that the machine is level a setting bar (229524) can be used. Place the bar between the
front and rear rollers, resting the underside of the bolt head on the lip of the shear 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).
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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.
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.
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General Adjustments
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The cylinder cassette can be set either in or out
of the machine. To remove the cassette see
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[19mm spanner]
‡ Rotate nut (item 2) anti-clockwise to bring the
blade towards the cylinder.
‡ Check the setting using thin paper along the
length of the cylinder.
‡ Adjust until it cuts along the whole length.
‡ When set, tighten the lock nut (item 1)
‡ Recheck adjustment.
‡ '2127 set the cylinder hard to the bottom blade. This will cause excessive wear of both components and increase
fuel consumption.
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The “Handle Bars” are adjustable to acheieve the
correct working height for the operator.
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[17mm Spanner]
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position
‡ When set, tighten the nuts (Item 1)
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To remove the cassette unit for maintenance or to
exchange cassettes the following procedure should
be followed:1) Unscrew the bolt (Item 1) [24mm Spanner] for
about half-an-inch (13mm) until the pip end is
inside the nut on the side frame.
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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 bolt (Item 1) [24mm Spanner], engaging the hole in the side frame
on the opposite side. Do not over tighten.
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Routine Maintenance
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The machines are ¿tted with a Honda GX160 or GX200 petrol engine.
For full speci¿cations 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
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6 Months / 100 Hours
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Fuel Type
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The Primary Rear roller drive belt is shown in Fig 1.
This is a special Kevlar V belt design for clutching
applications. The Rear roller clutch pulley moves
into tension the belt via a control cable. The tension
in the cable can be adjusted as shown in Fig 1
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Under tensioning this belt will lead to slip and
cause rapid wear. Over tension will put excessive
stain on the belt and bearings.
The Secondary Rear roller drive belt is shown in Fig 2 (item1). This is a hard wearing poly-V belt. 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 ‘deÀection’ 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 suf¿ciently tensioned if the deÀection force applied at mid span to produce a deÀection 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 deÀection under moderate ¿nger pressure on the non tensioner side.
If ¿tting new belts it is advisable to observe the drive for the ¿rst 20-30 minutes. It may be necessary to make an
adjustment to compensate for the normal drop in tension during the run-in period.
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Routine Maintenance
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The Cylinder drive belts are shown in ¿g 2 (item 2).
There are special Kevlar V belts ¿tted in pairs and
designed for clutching applications. The cylinder
clutch pulley moves into tension the belt via a
control cable. The tension in the cable can be
adjusted as shown in ¿g 2 [13mm spanner].
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cause rapid wear. Over tension will put excessive
stain on the belt and bearings.
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Over time the cables that operate the clutch pulleys and the brake will need adjusting. This adjustment can be carried out
at either end of the cables [10mm spanner].
NOTE
NEITHER CLUTCHES OR BRAKE SHOULD OPERATE WITH THE CONTROLS IN THE
OFF POSITION.
NOTE
ENSURE THE LOCK NUTS ARE TIGHT AND SECURE AND CHECK OPERATION IS
SATISFACTORY BEFORE REPLACING THE CLUTCH COVER AND SCREWS.
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.
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The main drive roller is split into three sections incorporating a differential gear system running in an oil bath. The old oil
should be drained off and the bath replenished with 1 pint (550ml) of clean oil.
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A grease point is located under the belt guard on the side plate of the machine. This is to lubricate the internal spur gear
that provides drive to the rear roller. Apply one pump of grease. Do not over grease.
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Apply a small amount of oil to the control cables. Flow down the protective cables can be assisted by operating the lever
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G-Series Guide to Cassette Use
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For cutting ultra ¿ne turf areas.
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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
%586+6((3$*(
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.
6255(/52//(5127'5,9(16((3$*(
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
ScariÀer
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)
16
G-Series
SP20004_REV_2
Notes
17
G-Series
SP20004_REV_2
33
7
55 45 34
44
50
9
53
34
18
34
25
15
34
54
13
45
54
34
12
26
37
10
43
34
3
44
4
9
22
12
33
38
34
47
44
6
54
8
5
50
11
45
24
41
16
52
32
27
57
45
27
51
40
2
62
19
12
33
3
13
55
58
28
46
33 49
42
61
50
10
28
56
14
30
36 59
17
23
41 52 59
48
35
18
9
40
1
29
19
5
54
34
28
60
31
28
14
59 36
14
,WHP1R
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
12
12
13
13
13
14
14
14
15
15
15
16
16
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
3DUW1R
171885
228024
229000
229004
229005
229006
229007
229035
229115
229152
229153
229250
229251
229252
229253
229254
229255
229265
229266
229267
229515
229269
229270
229516
229272
229273
229310
229327
229328
229347
229348
229386
229394
229492
229759
230004
230153
21
55 33
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Cassette Thrust Plate
1” Tube Bung
Support Plate
Engine Bearers
Cable Stop
Belt Guide Roller Clutch Top
Belt Guide Roller Clutch Pulley
Brake Bracket
Chain Case Stud
Pivot Bush
Clamp Plate Assy
Engine Bed 26”
Engine Bed 30”
Engine Bed 34”
Tie Bar 26”
Tie Bar 30”
Tie Bar 34”
Cradle W.A. 26”
Cradle W.A. 30”
Cradle W.A. 34”
Tow Bar W.A. 26”
Tow Bar W.A. 30”
Tow Bar W.A. 34”
Rear Scraper 26”
Rear Scraper 30”
Rear Scraper 34”
Quadrant Spacer
Lh Side Plate W.A.
Rh Side Plate W.A.
Belt Guide
Belt Guide Assy
Stop Bush
Cassette Bolt
Retaining Plate Assy
Towbar Bracket W.A.
Support Bracket
Tie Bar Stop
4XDQWLW\
1
2
1
2
2
1
1
1
3
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
2
,WHP1R
28
28
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
3DUW1R
229666
230157
230155
604761
J20023
J20064
J20297
SP01008
SP01009
SP01020
SP01021
SP01025
SP01027
SP01034
SP01035
SP01059
SP01076
SP01078
SP02004
SP02006
SP02008
SP02010
SP02037
SP03003
SP03004
SP03005
SP03006
SP03007
SP03008
SP03010
SP03011
SP03015
SP03016
SP03017
SP03018
SP03022
SP05001
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Tie Bar Assy 26”
Tie Bar Assy 30”
Tie Bar Assy 34”
Thackery Washer
Unit Limiting Stud
Grease Nipple 1/4” UNF
Serial Number Plate
Hex Set Screw M6 x 16
Hex Set Screw M8 x 20
Hex Set Screw M10 x 40
Hex Set Screw M12 x 20
Cap Head M8 x 30
Hex Set Screw M8 x 40
Hex Set Screw M10 x 20
Hex Set Screw M10 x 25
Hex Set Screw M12 x 25
Hex Set Screw M8 x 16
Hex Set Screw M12 x 40
Nut M6 Nyloc
Nut M8 Nyloc
Nut M10 Nyloc
Nut M12 Nyloc
Nut 5/8” UNF STD
Washer M6 Toothed
Washer M8 Toothed
Washer M10 Toothed
Washer M12 Toothed
Washer M6 x 18
Washer M8 Form A
Washer M6 Form A
Washer M10 Form A
Washer M8 Form C
Washer M10 Form C
Washer M12 Form C
Washer M10 Form G
Washer M20 Form A
Rivet 4.8 x 10
4XDQWLW\
2
2
2
2
2
1
1
11
11
2
2
4
2
2
10
2
6
2
6
16
2
2
1
2
8
10
2
2
12
11
2
4
2
4
2
2
2
18
G-Series
SP20004_REV_2
12
38
32
19
30
30
50
30
7
18
54
54
46
46
10
8
17
18
51
19
12
17
49
50
47
42
22
30
13
54
31
52
17
33
44
11
,WHP1R
7
8
10
11
12
13
17
18
19
22
30
31
32
33
38
39
42
44
46
47
49
50
51
52
54
3DUW1R
228007
228009
228012
228030
228103
229009
229038
229044
229091
229157
229382
229383
REF. 2.03
REF. 1.01
J209043
J209249
SP01068
SP01076
SP02006
SP02018
SP02033
SP02034
SP03002
SP03004
SP03008
49
11
'ULYH0DLQ$VVHPEO\
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Belt V X10-665 LP
Brake Caliper
Belt Ribbed 4PK 698
Belt V Z-997
Coupling Element
Drive Idler Arm
Tensioner Pulley
Idler Lever
Bearing Housing
Belt Guide Peg
Brg Housing
Idler Arm W.A.
Engine Assy
Chassis
Tensioner Back Plate
Washer 9 x 35 x 3
Hex Set Screw 3/8” UNF x 2 1/2”
Hex Set Screw M8 x 16
Nut M8 Nyloc
Nut 3/8” UNF Nyloc
Nut 3/8” Unf Lock (Thin)
Nut 3/4” UNF Std
Washer 3/8”
Washer M8 Toothed
Washer M8 Form A
4XDQWLW\
1
1
1
2
1
1
3
2
4
1
2
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
2
1
2
2
1
3
3
19
G-Series
SP20004_REV_2
VIEWS
27
45
B
C
B
C
A
1
1
26
29
A-A
20
35
39 21
19
A
25
23
34
5 4
2
34
19
40
12
11
7
36
11
36
9
40
53
B-B
40
36
28 37
39
6
24
25
16
19
34
48
24
20
19
40
10
34
52
37
40
53
3
6
C-C
,WHP1R
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
9
10
11
12
16
19
20
21
23
23
23
24
24
24
25
25
25
26
27
28
29
34
35
36
37
39
40
45
48
3DUW1R
62662
73445
228001
228002
228004
228005
228007
228011
228012
228030
228103
229036
229091
229092
229154
229244
229246
229248
229245
229247
229249
229256
229257
229258
229302
229303
229322
229358
J20052
J20457
J20467
J209030
J209249
SP01009
SP01077
SP02029
'ULYH0DLQ$VVHPEO\
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Bearing 6205-2RS 3
Key 3/16” x 3/16” x 2 1/4” Rd End
Tapered Bush 1610 - 3/4”
Tapered Bush 1108 - 3/4”
Pulley SPZ-71
Pulley SPZ-132
Belt V X10-665 LP
Coupling Half (3/4”)
Belt Ribbed 4PK 698
Belt V Z-997
Coupling Element
Brake Disc
Bearing Housing
Bearing Spacer
Pulley 2Z-60
Layshaft Cutter Drive 26”
Layshaft Cutter Drive 30”
Layshaft Cutter Drive 34”
Layshaft Roller Drive 26”
Layshaft Roller Drive 30”
Layshaft Roller Drive 34”
Layshaft Guard 26”
Layshaft Guard 30”
Layshaft Guard 34”
Drive Male Coupling
Bearing Housing
4 Groove Drive Pulley
Bottom Pulley
Bearing 6204-2RS 3
Key 3/16” x 3/16” x 1” Rd End
Grub Screw M8 x 8
Key 3/16” x 3/16” x 3/4” Rd End
Washer 9 x 35 x 3
Hex Set Screw M8 x 20
Csk Cap Head M8 x 16
Nut M16 Lock (Thin)
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2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
4
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
4
1
3
2
2
14
4
1
,WHP1R 3DUW1R
52
SP03004
53
SP03004
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Washer M8 Toothed
Washer M8 Toothed
4XDQWLW\
3
10
20
G-Series
SP20004_REV_2
3
1
2
6
5
7
,WHP1R
1
2
3
4
4
5
6
7
4
'ULYH(QJLQH$VVHPEO\
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228001
Tapered Bush 1610 - 3/4”
1
228011
Coupling Half (3/4”)
1
229015
Flywheel
1
229901
Engine 5.5 Hp Honda GX160 Q9 Type
1
229902
Engine 6.5 Hp Honda GX200 Q9 Type
1
J20467
Grub Screw M8 x 8
1
J209025
Key 3/16” x 3/16” x 1 3/4” Rd End
1
SP01079
Grub Screw 3/8” x 5/8”
2
21
G-Series
SP20004_REV_2
8
10
7
1
4
6
8
10
2
5
3
9
,WHP1R
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
3DUW1R
062662
229031
229039
229104
REF. 3.03
REF. 3.02
J20009
SP01045
SP02028
SP03004
Rear Roller - Main Assembly
'HVFULSWLRQ
Bearing 6205-2RS 3
Dirt Excluder
Landroll Collar
Landroll Bearing Housing
Drive Bearing Housing Assy
Rear Roller Assembly
Blanking Plate
Hex Set Screw M8 x 25
Nut M16 Nyloc
Washer M8 Toothed
4XDQWLW\
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
8
1
8
22
G-Series
SP20004_REV_2
20
4
23
11
22
19
10
21
12
24
7
1
5
6
18
16
18
1
14
7
17
10
11
20
17
5
13
14
24
21
2
19
2
18
9
3
8
4
20
15
13
,WHP1R
1
2
3
4
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
12
12
13
13
13
14
14
15
15
16
16
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
3DUW1R
16386
73445
171702
195075
195076
195077
195078
195079
195080
195094
228049
229030
229537
195074
229227
229500
229323
229324
229510
229325
229509
229326
229511
195082
229451
229484
601620
605857
J20467
SP01009
SP01036
SP03004
SP03008
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Key Woodruff 3/16” x 7/8”
Key 3/16” x 3/16” x 1 1/2” Rd End
Grub Screw 3/8” BSPT
Outer Roller 26”
Outer Roller 30” & 34”
Oil Seal Housing
Differential Wheel
Differential Pinion
Double Differential Pinion
Pivot Pin
Key 1/4” x 1/4” x 1 1/4” Rd End
Internal Gear
Centre Roller 26”
Centre Roller 30”
Centre Roller 34”
Rear Roller Shaft 26”
Rear Roller Shaft 30”
Rear Roller Shaft 34”
Shaft Collar 26”
Shaft Collar 30” & 34”
Shaft Spacer 26”
Shaft Spacer 30” & 34”
Diff Shaft 26”
Diff Shaft 30”
Diff Shaft 34”
Bush For End Roller
Bush 12DU 16
Seal Rear Roller
Grub Screw M8 x 8
Hex Set Screw M8 x 20
Hex Set Screw M8 x 35
Washer M8 Toothed
Washer M8 Form A
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2
2
1
2
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
3
2
2
12
8
8
12
23
G-Series
SP20004_REV_2
4
5
6
2
6
3
1
,WHP1R
1
2
3
4
5
6
3DUW1R
062662
228053
229003
229011
229033
J20052
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Bearing 6205-2RS 3
Pin Spirol M5 x 45
Drive Pulley Land Roll
Pinion Shaft 11T
Roller Bearing Housing Oblong
Bearing 6204-2RS 3
4XDQWLW\
1
1
1
1
1
2
24
G-Series
SP20004_REV_2
5
6
4
5
7
11
9
8
8
3
9
1
10
,WHP1R
1
1
1
2
2
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
3DUW1R
229231
229232
229233
229262
229263
229264
229329
229491
SP01034
SP01035
SP01065
SP02008
SP02010
SP02014
SP03017
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Front Roller 26”
Front Roller 30”
Front Roller 34”
Front Roller Scraper 26”
Front Roller Scraper 30”
Front Roller Scraper 34”
Roller Quadrant
Scraper Brk
Hex Set Screw M10 X 20
Hex Set Screw M10 X 25
Hex Set Screw M12 X 30
Nut M10 Nyloc
Nut M12 Nyloc
Nut M12 Lock (Thin)
Washer M12 Form C
4XDQWLW\
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
4
4
2
2
25
G-Series
SP20004_REV_2
17
7
16
1
6
5
10
11
15
13
15
4
11
14
15
10
3
2
8
15
9
,WHP1R
1
2
3
3
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
3DUW1R
228093
229166
229587
229576
229577
230200
230203
230205
See 5.02
SP01035
SP01047
SP02005
SP02008
SP03004
SP03004
SP03008
SP03011
SP07001
800505
NOT SHOWN
229586
SP12002
229378
229121
229122
+DQGOH0DLQ$VVHPEO\
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Bolt Saddle M8 x 43
Handle Pivot Bush
Lower Handle Tube 26”
Lower Handle Tube 30”
Lower Handle Tube 34”
Handle Bracket W.A.
Handle Buffer
Handle Bracket Support
G-Series Upper Handlebar Assy
Hex Set Screw M10 x 25
Hex Set Screw M10 x 60
Nut M8 Std
Nut M10 Nyloc
Washer M8 Toothed
Washer M8 Toothed
Washer M8 Form A
Washer M10 Form A
Starlock 12mm
Handle Mount Kit
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4
2
1
1
1
2
4
2
1
4
2
4
6
1
3
4
12
4
1
Wiring Harness
Cable Throttle
Cable Cylinder Clutch
Cable Rear Roller Clutch
Cable Brake
1
1
1
1
1
26
G-Series
SP20004_REV_2
7
2
26
6
8
24
1
24
18
3
25
20
59
11
5
2
25
31 26
36
7
17
35
35
19
12
2
14
23
B
6
23
9
27
17 25
2
5
11
29
30
21
22
27
15
10
8
17
34 33
37
18
2
2
4
13
39
22
9
27
29
17
21
,WHP1R
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
3DUW1R
228020
229167
229582
229585
229590
229595
229620
230160
230170
230171
230180
230190
230195
230196
230207
260138
J20017
SP01019
SP01029
SP01043
SP01070
SP01076
SP01081
SP02002
SP02004
SP02005
SP02006
SP02008
SP02038
SP03008
SP03009
SP03010
SP03012
SP03019
SP03020
SP04001
SP04003
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Clevis GM5 (5mm)
Clutch Spring
Console Cover
Pivot Block
Safety Switch Bracket
Safety Lever Plunger W.A.
Bolt For Spring
G-Series Handle Moulding Assy
Lever R.H. W.A.
Lever L.H. W.A.
Safety Bar W.A.
Throttle Lever W.A.
Throttle / Brake Bracket Assy
Throttle Plate
Lever Bracket Assy
Grommet PV270A
Knob - Red
Button Head M6 x 16
Shoulder Bolt 12 x 25 M10
Cap Head M5 x 16
Cap Head M2 x 12
Hex Set Screw M8 x 16
Cap Head M5 x 12
Nut M5 Nyloc
Nut M6 Nyloc
Nut M8 Std
Nut M8 Nyloc
Nut M10 Nyloc
Nut M2 (Bush)
Washer M8 Form A
Washer M5 Form A
Washer M6 Form A
Washer M12 Form A
Washer M12 Wave
Shim 12 x 18 x 1
Screw M5 x 16 Slotted
Screw M5 x 25 Slotted
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1
4
1
2
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
2
1
1
8
3
3
2
6
2
5
1
8
1
5
6
1
1
2
5
4
27
G-Series
SP20004_REV_2
SPARES USE ONLY
5
3
1
12
11
13
9
8
6
10
7
2
13
,WHP1R
1
2
3
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
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230190
230196
230198
J20017
SP01029
SP01048
SP02006
SP02008
SP03008
SP03012
SP03019
SP03020
SP12002
14
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Throttle Lever W.A.
Throttle Plate
Cover Plate
Knob - Red
Shoulder Bolt 12 x 25 M10
Button Head M8 x 16
Nut M8 Nyloc
Nut M10 Nyloc
Washer M8 Form A
Washer M12 Form A
Washer M12 Wave
Shim 12 x 18 x 1
Throttle Cable
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1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
NOTE
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required to be drilled for Item 5.
28
G-Series
SP20004_REV_2
9
10
7
8
11
2
14
4
1
13
3
5
15
6
12
,WHP1R
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
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194946
228031F
229093
229333
229375
229376
229599
229600
229601
229602
229603
229605
B32902
J20362
J20297
*XDUGV'HFDOV
3DUW1XPEHU
Chain Case Screw
Chain Case Seal
Transmission Guard W.A.
Chain Case
Warning Decal
Cut Decal
Engine On / Off Decal
Cutting Cylinder Decal
Roller Drive Decal
Throttle Control Decal
Parking Brake Decal
98 dB Decal
Decal Dennis
Dennis Decal Small
Serial Number Plate
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Sorrel Roller 30”
Sorrel Roller 34”
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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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