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Hustler ATZ
Parts Manual
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Hustler Turf Equipment
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P.O. Box 7000
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Hesston, Kansas
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67062-2097
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1
General Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-1
Chapter 2
Rivet Nut Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-2
Footrest Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-3
Chapter 3
Hydraulic System Installation—Kawasaki 31 HP HT Engine . . . . . 3-2
Chapter 4
Battery Installation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Deck Lift Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Park Brake Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Steering Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Steering Sub-Assembly. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Pump Belt and Pulleys Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-2
4-4
4-6
4-8
4-10
4-12
Chapter 5
Kawasaki 31 HP Engine Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Fuel System Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Instrument Panel Assembly/Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Electrical Schematic - Kawasaki (601555) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5-2
5-4
5-6
5-8
Chapter 6
Front Wheel Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Semi-Pneumatic Tire/Wheel—789537 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Drive Wheel Assembly Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Anti-Rollover Wheel Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6-2
6-4
6-5
6-6
Chapter 7
Weight Installation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-2
ROPS Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-4
Chapter 8
72" Side Discharge Deck Assembly (XR7) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
72" Side Discharge Deck Pulley Assembly (XR7) . . . . . . . . . . . . .
60" Side Discharge Deck Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
60" Side Discharge Deck Pulley Assembly (XR7) . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Side Discharge Deck—"A" Adaptors. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
60" Rear Discharge Deck Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
60" Rear Discharge Deck Pulley Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Spindle Assembly–796235 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Spindle Assembly–796680 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
8-2
8-4
8-6
8-8
8-10
8-12
8-14
8-16
8-17
Chapter 9
Deck Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
72" Side Discharge Belt Routing and Tensioning . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
60" Side Discharge Belt Routing and Tensioning . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
60" Rear Discharge Belt Routing and Tensioning. . . . . . . . . . . . . .
9-2
9-4
9-5
9-6
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Chapter 10
Tractor Decals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-2
72" & 60" Side Discharge Deck Decals(XR7). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-4
60" Rear Discharge Deck Decals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-5
Chapter 11
Seat Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-2
Chapter 12
Adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-22
Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . i-1
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Chapter 1
General Information
This Manual covers Hustler ATZ model 928143, Hustler ATZ model 928150 & Hustler ATZ model
928168
Frequently Ordered Parts
PART NO.
783936
781443
784207
797720
795781
068478
601652
601653
772079
798702
794685
600901
795633
DESCRIPTION
FILTER ELEMENT
PUMP DRIVE BELT
B-SECTION BELT, 72" SIDE DISCHARGE DECK
B-SECTION BELT, 60" SIDE DISCHARGE DECK
B-SECTION BELT, 60" REAR DISCHARGE DECK
FUEL FILTER
MAIN AIR FILTER ELEMENT
SAFETY AIR FILTER ELEMENT
KAWASAKI ENGINE OIL FILTER
BLADE, F24.50"-H-F-CW, 72" SIDE DISCHARGE DECK
BLADE, F20.50"-H-F-CW, 60" SIDE DISCHARGE DECK
BLADE, F20.50"-L-F-CW, 60" REAR DISCHARGE DECK
BLADE, F20.50"-L-F-CCW, 60" REAR DISCHARGE DECK
Service Literature
PART NO.
601656
601615
DESCRIPTION
ATZ OWNER’S MANUAL
KAWASAKI ENGINE MANUAL
Note: When ordering parts, you must use the part number as shown for each part, not the item number. Always give
the model and serial number to your parts and service representative.
Note: Items sold in bulk such as seals and hoses are sold by the foot.
Using this manual
Illustrations used were current at the time of printing, but subsequent production changes may cause your machine to
vary slightly in detail. Excel Industries, Inc. reserves the right to redesign and change the machine as deemed necessary, without notification. If a change has been made to your machine which is not reflected in this parts manual, see
your Hustler dealer for current information and parts.
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Hardware Description Codes & Abbreviations
The following codes are used throughout this parts manual. Refer to this list when ordering parts.
ABBREVIATION
CB
CE
CP
CS
CW
FDRW
FW
HX
LW
MB
MS
NT
SC
SH
SB
SS
OD
ID
DESCRIPTION
Carriage Bolt
Clevis Pin
Cotter Pin
Cap Screw
Cup Washer
Fender Washer
Flat Washer
Hex Head
Lock Washer
Machine Bushing
Machine Screw
Nut
Self Tapping Cap Screw
Socket Head
Shoulder Bolt
Set Screw
Outside Diameter
Inside Diameter
Standard Torques
The following chart lists the standard torque values for the threaded fasteners found in this manual. Torque all cap
screws, nuts and set screws to these values unless a different torque is shown in the Notes section next to the fastener
SIZE
FT-LBS
NM
SIZE
FT-LBS
NM
.250
.312
.375
.438
.500
.562
.625
.750
.875
1.00
8.2
17
30
48
73
105
145
260
420
625
11.1
23
40
65
99
143
200
350
565
850
M3
M4
M5
M6
M8
M10
M12
M16
M20
M24
1
2.2
4.5
7.7
18.5
37
64
160
320
555
1.3
3
6.1
10.4
25
50
87
215
435
750
NOTE:
Loctite 592 to be used on all pipe threads.
Lubricate all grease zerks.
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Chapter 2 Contents
Rivet Nut Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-2
Footrest Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-3
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Rivet Nut Installation
1
2
2
3
2
3
ITEM
NO.
SERVICE
PART NO.
MFG. PART
NO.
1
546572
381848
1
ATZ FRAME
2
N/A
808493
13
RIVET NUT, 3/8-16 THREAD
3
N/A
600961
8
RIVET NUT, 1/2-13 THREAD
QTY.
DESCRIPTION
NOTES:
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Footrest Assembly
1
2
3
4
5
7
5
6
1
ITEM
NO.
SERVICE
PART NO.
MFG. PART
NO.
QTY.
1
359547
359547
2
STEP TREAD
2
395533
395533
1
FLOOR PLATE
3
305615
305615
2
STEP TREAD
4
086660
086660
2
NT .375-16 HX LK NY
5
767954
767954
4
FW .406 X .812 X .060 SAE HD ZN
6
052860
052860
2
CS .375-16 X 1.25 HX G5 ZNYC
7
781880
781880
2
RUBBER BUMPER
DESCRIPTION
NOTES:
1. Do not tighten, Floor must be able to pivot on these bolts.
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2-4
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Chapter 3 Contents
Hydraulic System Installation—Kawasaki 31 HP HT Engine. . . . . . . 3-2
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Hydraulic System Installation—Kawasaki 31 HP HT Engine
1
2
18
23
7
8
9
25
3
12
2
5
34
4
24
10
40
29
11
5
2
22
30
26
6
40
33
28
32
13
14
15
27
35
16
27
13
28
31
39
15
17
19
14
15
36
21
15
20
19
37
38
39
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INDEX
NO.
SERVICE
PART NO.
MFG. PART
NO.
1
705608
705608
4
CS .250-20 X 2.25 HX G5 ZNYC
2
768515
768515
10
FW .281 X .625 X .051/.080 HD ZNYC
3
713198
713198
6
SEAL 3/8 X 3/4 X 7.25" LONG
4
033035
033035
2
WEATHERSTRIP .12 X .75 X 11.75" LONG
5
783704
783704
2
OIL COOLER
6
068551
068551
4
NT .250-20 HX NL ZNYC
7
032763
032763
1
BREATHER CAP
8
032771
032771
1
STRAINER
9
357616
357616
1
SUPER Z RESERVOIR
10
034272
034272
4
NT .312-18 HX G5 ZNYC
QTY
DESCRIPTION
11
768523
768523
4
FW .343 X .687 X .051/.080 HD ZNYC
12
055947
055947
2
CS .250-20 X .50 HX G5 ZNYC
13
788042
788042
2
PUMP, HYDRO-GEAR BDP-21L-408
14
008193
008193
4
NT .500-13 HX G5 ZNYC
15
767962
767962
12
FW .531 X 1.063 X .090 SAE HD ZN
16
783928
783928
1
ZAF SERIES FILTER HEAD
17
783936
783936
1
FILTER ELEMENT
18
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REMOTE AIR MOUNT BRACKET W/A
19
077859
077859
8
CS .500-13X3.250 HX G5
20
789339
789339
1
MOTOR, WHITE RC26 CCW
21
601260
601260
1
MOTOR, WHITE RC26 CW
22
700484
700484
2
HOSE CLAMP
23
601629
N/A
2
HOSE, COOLER-LT RES
24
601628
N/A
2
HOSE, LEFT PUMP-COOLER
25
601627
N/A
2
HOSE, COOLER-RT RES
26
601626
N/A
2
HOSE, RIGHT PUMP-COOLER
27
784082
N/A
2
FITTING, #8 BEADED TUBE-ORB 90°
28
781534
N/A
4
FITTING, STR-8MORB/-8MSL
29
781658
N/A
1
HEX PLUG FITTING, STR-8MORB
30
784025
N/A
1
SUCTION HOSE ASSY, FILTER-PUMP
31
783993
N/A
1
SUCTION HOSE ASSY, FILTER-PUMP
32
788174
N/A
1
FITTING, T -8MJIC/8MJIC
33
601687
N/A
1
FITTING, 10 FX05-S
34
601631
N/A
1
SUCTION HOSE, #12 16" LONG
35
601265
N/A
1
TUBE, LP-BM LT LOOP
36
601264
N/A
1
TUBE, RP-TM LT LOOP
37
601284
N/A
1
TUBE, RP-TM RT LOOP
38
601285
N/A
1
TUBE, LP-BM RT LOOP
39
781526
N/A
4
FITTING, 90-10MORB/-8MSL
40
784108
N/A
2
FITTING, #6 BEADED TUBE-ORB 45°
N/A
601616
1
HYDRO KIT (INCLUDES ITEMS 23-40)
NOTES:
1. Hydraulic system capacity is 5 US quarts of 20W50 motor oil. Fill
reservoir to within 1"of top of Item 8 (032771 Strainer).
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HYDRAULIC SYSTEM CHARGING PROCEDURE
1. Set handles in the neutral position.
2. Start engine at idle.
3. Let run for a minimum of 30 seconds.
4. Stroke handles to forward position.
5. If motors do not turn in 15 seconds return handles to neutral and
repeat step 3 and 4 (one time).
6. If motors do not turn after second attempt, shut off the engine
and check for oil at the pump.
7. Increase throttle to half speed and work handles through forward
and reverse position until the motor operates smoothly
throughout the entire speed range.
Note:
Seal Kit for hydraulic pump; 784983 (BDP21L Overhaul Seal Kit)
3-4
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Chapter 4 Contents
Battery Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-2
Deck Lift Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-4
Park Brake Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-6
Steering Assembly. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-8
Steering Sub-Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-10
Pump Belt and Pulleys Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-12
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Battery Installation
BLACK WIRE,
PART OF WIRE
HARNESS
1
RED WIRE,
PART OF WIRE
HARNESS
6
5
1
5
3
7
8
4
1
2
9
9
10
8
11
11
TRACTOR
FRAME
12
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Battery Installation
ITEM
NO.
SERVICE
PART NO.
MFG.
PART NO.
QTY
1
024927
024927
2
NT .250-20 HX GR 5 ZN
2
771428
771428
1
RED BATTERY CABLE BOOT
3
796219
796219
1
BATTERY GROUND CABLE
4
744276
744276
1
POSITIVE BATTERY CABLE
5
768523
768523
2
FW .343 X .687 X .051/.080 HD ZNYC
6
058776
058776
2
NT .312-18 HX NL ZN
7
348417
348417
1
BATTERY CLAMP STRAP
8
055939
055939
2
CS .250-20 X .750 HX G5 ZN
DESCRIPTION
9
029868
029868
4
LW .250 INT-EXT TOOTH ZN
10
740696
740696
1
BATTERY
11
034272
034272
2
NT .312-18 HX G5 ZN
12
779850
779850
2
CB .312-18 X 3.00 FUL ZN
NOTES:
1. When performing service on mower, disconnect battery ground cable
and black wire of harness and do not reconnect to battery until engine is
ready to be started. See Owners Manual.
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Deck Lift Assembly
1
2
3
6
TRACTOR
FRAME
5
4
7
1
4
10
11
5
12
6
7
1
5
4
7
13
1
5
1
7
4
9
8
8
9
14
4
4-4
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Deck Lift Assembly
ITEM
NO.
SERVICE
PART NO.
MFG.
PART NO.
QTY
1
348318
348318
1
STOP HANDLE
2
600437
600437
1
HEIGHT ADJUSTMENT STOP (½" DIA PIN)
3
783001
783001
1
DECK LIFT INDICATOR
4
704643
704643
8
NT .437-14 HX FLG ZN
5
781294
781294
7
CLIP E, 1.00 X.625X .050
6
782995
782995
2
DECK LIFT SPRING ASSEMBLY
7
015495
015495
4
STRAIGHT GREASE FITTING
8
055749
055749
3
CS .437-14X1.750 HX G5 ZNYC
9
348391
018846
4
DECK LIFT CHAIN
10
756270
756270
1
CS .312-18 X 1.50 FLTHR GR5 ZNYC
NT .312-18 HX G5 ZNYC
DESCRIPTION
11
034272
034272
1
12
348458
348458
1
DECK LEVELER YOKE W/A
13
781229
781229
1
CE .750X2.25 X1.75 HEADLESS
14
781831
781831
1
CS .437-14 X 1.750 FULTH G5 ZNYC
NOTES:
1. Apply grease to zerks (see owners manual).
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Park Brake Assembly
SEE “Steering
Sub-Assembly” on
page 4-10
4
5
1
5
6
2
3
7
11
2
1
14
13
12
1
9
11
20
8
2
21
2
22
1
1
10
15
1
18
9
16
17
1
19
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Park Brake Assembly
3
4
ITEM
NO.
SERVICE
PART NO.
MFG.
PART NO.
QTY
1
767954
767954
12
FW .406 X .812 X .060 SAE HD ZN
2
768523
768523
8
FW .34 3X .687 X .051/.080 HD ZN/YL
3
023655
023655
2
NT .312-24 HXZY NL
4
782979
782979
2
CS .375-16 X 4.75 HX G5 ZN
5
063198
063198
4
CS 10-24 X .750 HXFLK ZN
6
781211
781211
2
PUSH BUTTON SWITCH
7
059832
059832
4
NT #10-24 HX NL ZN
8
034272
034272
4
NT .312-18 HX G5 ZN
9
054502
054502
4
NT .375-16 HX GRD 5 ZN
10
354035
354035
2
WHITE BRAKE LEVER EXTENSION
DESCRIPTION
11
005116
005116
4
CS .375-16 X 1.375 HX G5 ZN
12
350397
350397
2
BRAKE LINK TURNBUCKLE
13
350330
350330
1
L.S. BRAKE PIVOT ARM
350264
350264
1
R.S. BRAKE PIVOT ARM
14
765339
765339
4
BUSHING
15
086660
086660
2
NT .375-16 HX LK NY
16
783126
783126
1
LH WHITE BRAKE ASSY
783118
783118
1
RH WHITE BRAKE ASSY
17
789321
789321
2
WHITE HUB ASSEMBLY
18
036236
036236
4
CS .312-18 X 1.000 HX G5 ZN
19
789644
N/A
2
NUT FOR WHITE MOTOR (RC28)
20
601344
N/A
2
KEY FOR WHITE MOTOR
21
712927
712927
8
FW .344 X 1.00 X .12 HRD ZNYC
22
048876
048876
8
CS .312-18 X .750 HX G8 ZNYC
NOTES:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Torque to 280-310 ft.-lbs. Included with wheel motor.
Torque to 24 ft.-lbs.
783126 used on left wheel.
783118 used on right wheel.
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4-7
Steering Assembly
SEE “Steering
Sub-Assembly” on
page 4-10
4
3
2
1
6
5
6
7
8
9
13
14
5
10
6
17
16
6
6
11
7
18
12
6
14
15
5
4
6
18
4-8
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Steering Assembly
ITEM
NO.
SERVICE
PART NO.
MFG.
PART NO.
QTY
DESCRIPTION
1
110679
110679
1
STEERING CONTROL PANEL
2
781716
781716
2
SS .500-13 X 1.75 SH ZN
3
053199
053199
2
NT .500-13 HX JAM ZN
4
055822
055822
8
CS .375-16 X .750 HX G5 ZN
5
767954
767954
8
FW .406 X .812 X .060 SAE HD ZN
6
768523
768523
16
FW .34 3X .687 X .051/.080 HD ZN/YL
7
023655
023655
4
NT .312-24 HXZY NL
8
781286
781286
2
PUMP ROD ADJUSTER ASSEMBLY
9
600221
600221
2
CENTERING DAMPENER
10
781922
781922
4
DAMPENER BALL STUD
LW .312 INT-EXT TOOTH Z
11
029876
029876
2
12
347684
347684
2
SUPER Z PUMP ARM
13
704163
704163
2
CS .250-20 X 2.00 HX G5 ZN
14
768515
768515
4
FW .281 X .625 X .051/.080 HD ZN/YL
15
068551
068551
2
NT .250-20 HX NL ZN
16
348797
348797
2
ADJUSTABLE PIVOT
17
036244
036244
6
CS .375-16 X 1.000 HX G5 ZN
18
034272
034272
4
NT .312-18 HX G5 ZN
NOTES:
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4-9
Steering Sub-Assembly
15
16
17
18
20
2
1
21
19
8
7
6
14
1
7
2
12
5
10
3
3
11
9
4
10
3
13
4-10
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Steering Sub-Assembly
ITEM NO.
SERVICE
PART NO.
MFG. PART
NO.
QTY.
1
2
781260
N/A
1
STEERING BAR GRIP
348755
348755
1
STEERING BAR
3
4
767954
767954
16
FW .406 X .812 X .060 SAE HD ZN
036244
036244
4
CS .375-16 X 1.000 HX G5 ZN
5
705178
705178
6
CS .375-16 X 1.750 HX G5 ZN
6
023655
023655
2
NT .312-24 HXZY NL
7
768523
768523
4
FW .343X .687 X .051/.080 HD ZN/YL
8
348946
348946
2
STEERING ARM MOUNT
9
348888
348888
1
STEERLEVER SUPPORT LH (SHOWN)
348714
348714
1
STEERLEVER SUPPORT RH
DESCRIPTION
10
781153
781153
4
BUSHING
11
781716
781716
2
SS .500-13 X 1.75 SH ZN
12
781583
781583
2
BRAKE ROD ASSEMBLY
13
086660
086660
6
NT .375-16 HX LK NY
14
348862
348862
4
STEERLEVER BUSHING
15
601769
N/A
1
GRIP, RH HANDLE LOWER
16
601768
N/A
1
GRIP, RH HANDLE END
17
053660
053660
1
RP .125DX1.000 LG ZN
18
110674
110674
1
TILT SWITCH HOUSING
19
110681
110681
1
KEY, TILT SWITCH HANDLE
20
601727
601727
1
TILT SWITCH WIRE HARNESS
21
110680
110680
1
STEERING HANDLE W/A
NOTES:
1. Includes Item 1 (781260 Steering Bar Grip).
2. Includes Item 15 (601769 Lower Handle Grip) and Item 16 (601768 End
Handle Grip)
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4-11
Pump Belt and Pulleys Installation
24
25
TRACTOR
FRAME
25
26
7
2
7
6
1
11
2
10
9
8
11
12
27
3
14
13
4
11
16
1
11
5
3
10
15
19
17
20
18 4
21
22
23
4-12
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Pump Belt and Pulleys Installation
ITEM
NO.
SERVICE
PART NO.
MFG.
PART NO.
QTY
DESCRIPTION
1
601462
601462
1
ENGINE PULLEY
2
212076
212076
1
KEY 1/4 SQ X 1.50 LONG
WARNER CLUTCH
3
601311
601311
1
4
783829
783829
1
FW .460 X 1.750 X .250 ZNYC
5
785659
785659
1
CS .437-20 X 2.50 HX G5 ZNYC
6
083196
083196
4
SS .312-18X .750 SQ-HD ZN
7
601461
601461
2
PULLEY BDP-21
8
783712
783712
2
KEY FOR BDP21L
9
791251
791251
1
CLUTCH PIGTAIL HARNESS WITH DIODE
10
008193
008193
2
NT .500-13 HX G5 ZNYC
11
767962
767962
4
FW .531 X 1.063 X .090 SAE HD ZN
12
016527
016527
2
CS .500-13 X 1.00 HX G5 ZNYC
13
366765
366765
1
CLUTCH ANCHOR ANGLE
14
784918
784918
2
RUBBER BUMPER
15
349761
349761
1
PUMP IDLER ARM
16
015495
015495
1
STRAIGHT GREASE FITTING
17
025296
025296
1
FW .760 X 1.625 X .08 ZN
18
061101
061101
1
NT .750-10 HX NL ZN
19
781856
781856
1
IDLER PULLEY
20
028118
028118
1
FW .62 X 1.00 X.134
21
781872
781872
1
CS .625-11 X 1.50 HX G5 ZN
22
601016
601016
1
IDLER SPRING
ZN
23
601463
601463
1
A-SEC PUMP IDLER BELT
24
036236
036236
1
CS .312-18 X 1.00 HX G5 ZNYC
25
768523
768523
2
FW .343 X .687 X .051/.080 HD ZNYC
26
034272
034272
1
NT .312-18 HX G5 ZNYC
27
797654
797654
1
FW 1.156X1.750X.250 ZY
NOTES:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Torque to 45-48 ft-lbs.
Torque to 12-15 ft-lbs.
Apply grease at zerk (see owners manual).
Do not torque Item 18 (NT .750-10 HX NL ZN), Item 15 (349761 Pump
Idler Arm) should pivot freely.
5. Electric clutch burnishing procedure: After installing a new clutch it is
important to burnish the clutch to insure maximum deck clutch life. In an
open area with no bystanders set the engine speed to half throttle. Cycle
the deck clutch on for 15 seconds, and then off for 15 seconds. Repeat
this operation 10 times, it will require about 5 minutes to complete.
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4-13
4-14
108604 10/08
Chapter 5 Contents
Kawasaki 31 HP Engine Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-2
Fuel System Installation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-6
Instrument Panel Assembly/Installation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-8
Electrical Schematic - Kawasaki (601555) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-10
108604 10/08
5-1
Kawasaki 31 HP Engine Installation
1
2
3
4
{
5
1
}
7
6
8
13
4
14
15
10
9
13
11
14
16
31
32
17
11
18
12
19
20
21
4
3
22
YEL/BLK
23
30
PUR
TO SPADE
TERMINAL
ON RECT.
27
19
26
3
3
NEG.
BATTERY
CABLE
8
2 BLK 29 28
3
2
BULLET
CONNECTORS
POS. BATTERY
CABLE
9
19
RED/BLK
TO SPADE
ON STARTER
24
25
5-2
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Kawasaki 31 HP Engine Installation
ITEM
NO.
SERVICE
PART NO.
MFG.
PART NO.
QTY
1
2
601549
N/A
1
KAWASAKI 31 HP ENGINE
109743
109743
1
CABLES HEAT SHIELD
DESCRIPTION
3
720516
720516
3
CS M8 X1.25 X 16 G10.9 HX
4
788018
788018
1
MUFFLER
5
785378
785378
1
1.50" MUFFLER CLAMP
6
601550
601550
1
MANIFOLD, 29/31 KAW
7
780841
780841
2
KAW MUFFLER GASKET
8
017004
017004
5
LW .312 MED SPRING ZN
9
782664
782664
5
NT M8-1.25 HX STAINLESS STEEL
10
029751
029751
2
CS .375-16 X 1.00 HXFLK ZNYC
11
705137
705137
4
FW .391 X 1.250 X .060 ZNYC
12
016899
016899
2
NT .375-16 HX FLK ZNYC
13
055939
055939
6
CS .250-20 X .75 HX G5 ZNYC
14
768515
768515
6
FW .281 X .625 X .051/.080 HD ZN/YL
15
109748
109748
1
HOOD SCOOP
16
783837
783837
1
ELECTRIC COOLER FAN
17
109604
109604
1
REMOTE AIR BRACKET
18
778738
778738
1
.312 WIRING CLAMP
19
768523
768523
12
FW .343 X .687 X .051/.080 HD ZN/YL
20
034272
034272
4
NT .312-18 HX G5 ZN
21
796524
796524
1
M20X2.5 OIL DRAIN VALVE
22
036236
036236
1
CS .312-18 X 1.00 HX G5 ZNYC
23
034280
034280
3
CS .312-18 X .750 HX G5 ZNYC
24
036244
036244
4
CS .375-16 X 1.00 HX G5 ZNYC
25
377994
377994
1
HEAT SHIELD, MMZ ROLLER
26
601257
601257
1
FITTING, 90 1/8NPT BRASS
27
788943
788943
1
AIR FILTER INDICATOR
28
029876
029876
1
LW .312 INT-EXT TOOTH ZN
29
601555
601555
1
XR7 COMMON WIRE HARNESS
30
601561
601561
1
WIRING HARNESS, KAWASAKI 31
31
044818
044818
4
CN ZN TIN-C7343-1420
32
047654
047654
1
CLIP
NOTES:
1. Includes mounting hardware.
2. Wires from Item 29 (ATZ 2008 Wire Harness 601555).
3. Wires from Kawasaki 31HP Wiring Harness (601561).
4. Supplied with engine.
5. Engine oil capacity, Refer to engine owner’s manual.
6. Air filter service parts:
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601652
MAIN AIR FILTER ELEMENT
601653
SAFETY AIR FILTER ELEMENT
5-3
Fuel System Installation
1
2
5
4
15
1
7
5
12
1
8
6
3
9
6
9
6
2
9
18
7
11
5
15
10
18
14
15
16
17
5
7
1
15
13
TRACTOR
FRAME
WITH ENGINE
16
17
5
7
1
5-4
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Fuel System Installation
ITEM
NO.
SERVICE
PART NO.
MFG.
PART NO.
1
779306
779306
2
3.5" FUEL CAP
2
793240
793240
1
LEFT SIDE Z FUEL TANK
3
793232
793232
1
RIGHT SIDE Z FUEL TANK
4
106732
106732
1
REAR SEAT SUPPORT
5
712919
712919
12
FW .406 X 1.00 X .12 HRD ZN
6
767954
767954
3
FW .406 X .812 X .060 SAE HD ZN
7
055822
055822
12
CS .375-16 X .750 HX G5 ZN
8
000398
000398
1
CLAMP
9
036244
036244
4
CS .375-16 X 1.000 HX G5 ZN
10
045088
045088
1
HOSE CLAMP 1"
11
347989
347989
1
FUEL SHUT-OFF BRACKET
12
015818
015818
1
FUEL LINE 50” TOTAL
QTY
DESCRIPTION
13
015818
015818
1
FUEL LINE 39” TOTAL
14
015818
015818
1
FUEL LINE 7” TOTAL
15
000323
000323
6
CLIP
16
705954
705954
8
CS .500-13 X 1.00 HX G5 ZN
17
767962
767962
8
FW .531 X 1.063 X .090 SAE HD ZN
18
797084
797084
1
3-WAY FUEL VALVE
000331
000331
3
BLACK CABLE TIE (NOT SHOWN)
NOTES:
1. Torque to 20 ft.-lbs.
2. Supplied with Item 18 (3-way fuel switch.)
3. Included with new fuel tank.
4. Fuel tank service parts not shown:
PART NO.
108604 10/08
DESCRIPTION
794107
1/4 ID, 3/8 OD, 1/16 WALL TUBING (25" LONG)
794081
FUEL FILTER SCREEN
785295
FLANGE GROMMET
792986
SITE-LINE FUEL FITTING
5-5
Instrument Panel Assembly/Installation
5
1
6
2
7
3
1
BLK
1 ORG
8
4
9
3
1
5
16
8
17
10
18
11
12
13
14
8
10
15
13
12
RIGHT SIDE
FUEL TANK
25a 15a
FUSE SIZE
AND LOCATION
5-6
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Instrument Panel Assembly/Installation
ITEM
NO.
SERVICE
PART NO.
MFG.
PART NO.
QTY
1
776476
776476
1
PTO SWITCH
2
785808
785808
1
KEY SET
DESCRIPTION
3
045898
045898
1
KEY SWITCH
4
000430
000430
2
SMALL/LONG WIRE TIE
5
785030
785030
1
CHOKE CABLE
6
712257
712257
1
RED INDICATOR LIGHT
7
714998
714998
2
MS #10-24 X .625 HX ZN
8
704932
704932
6
FW .219 X .500 X .048 ZN
9
769166
769166
1
HOUR METER
10
059832
059832
4
NT #10-24 HX NL ZN
11
601675
601675
1
THROTTLE CABLE
12
055947
055947
3
CS .250-20 X .500 HX G5 ZN
13
768515
768515
3
FW .281 X .625 X .051 /.080 HD ZN/YL
14
110151
110151
1
INSTRUMENT PANEL
15
601089
601089
2
RIVET .188 DIA BLK HD
16
060731
060731
2
CS 10-24X .500 HXFLK ZN
17
110152
110152
1
RELAY MODULE BRACKET
18
601554
601554
1
Z SPARK IGNITION CONTROLLER
NOTES:
1. Part of 601555 (Wire Harness)
108604 10/08
5-7
Electrical Schematic - Kawasaki (601555)
5-8
108604 10/08
Chapter 6 Contents
Front Wheel Assembly. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-2
Semi-Pneumatic Tire/Wheel—789537 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-4
Drive Wheel Assembly Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-5
Anti-Rollover Wheel Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-6
108604 10/08
6-1
Front Wheel Assembly
1
2
TRACTOR
FRAME
3
4
3
1
5
2
3
4
5
6
3
3
5
7
9
6
8
5
10
10
7
8
2
11
10
9
12
1
12
6-2
1
108604 10/08
Front Wheel Assembly
ITEM
NO.
SERVICE
PART NO.
MFG.
PART NO.
QTY
1
705954
705954
2
CS .500-13 X 1.25 HX G5 ZN
2
344267
344267
2
FW .510 X 2.15 X .187 SPL ZN
3
798603
798603
2
FW .515X1.65X.125 HD ZY
4
263517
263517
2
BEARING DISC
5
784223
784223
4
BEARING W/O COLLAR
6
387035
387035
2
SPACER, 1.07 X 1.312 X 2.793
7
045765
045765
2
FW 1.030 X 1.500 X.134 ZN
8
349266
349266
2
FORK
9
041475
041475
2
CS .750-10 X 9.50 HX ZN
10
025296
025296
4
FW .760 X 1.625 X .08
DESCRIPTION
11
061101
061101
2
NT .750-10 HX NL
12
789537
789537
2
WHEEL & TIRE ASSY
ZN
ZN
NOTES:
1. Apply grease to zerks (see owners manual).
2. Torque to 100 ft.-lbs.
3. Assemble with extended inner race toward item 6 (387035 Spacer, 1.07
x 1.312 x 2.793).
108604 10/08
6-3
Semi-Pneumatic Tire/Wheel—789537
2
1
3
4
1
ITEM
NO.
SERVICE
PART NO.
MFG.
PART NO.
QTY
1
039677
N/A
2
WHEEL BEARING
2
789537
N/A
1
TIRE/WHEEL ASSEMBLY
3
015511
N/A
1
GREASE FITTING 45 DEG 1/4
4
782771
N/A
1
BEARING SPACER
DESCRIPTION
NOTES:
6-4
108604 10/08
Drive Wheel Assembly Installation
1
6
1
5
4
2
3
ITEM
NO.
SERVICE
PART NO.
MFG.
PART NO.
QTY
1
789529
789529
1
789420
789420
1
2
783563
N/A
3
784066
N/A
WHEEL ASSY 12 X 8.50 (ATZ)
4
019521
N/A
TIRE VALVE
5
061077
061077
5
WHEEL NUT (QTY PER WHEEL)
6
601085
N/A
10
½" WHEEL LUG STUD
DESCRIPTION
LH TIRE/WHEEL ASSEMBLY
RH TIRE/WHEEL ASSEMBLY
TIRE 24 X 12-12 AT101
NOTES:
1. Torque to 65-75 ft. lbs.
2. Inflate tire to 8-12 psi.
108604 10/08
2
6-5
Anti-Rollover Wheel Assembly
TRACTOR
FRAME
1
3
3
4
1
3
2
3
1
ITEM
NO.
SERVICE
PART NO.
MFG.
PART NO.
QTY
1
068239
068239
2
2
031997
031997
2
ANTI-SCALP WHEEL
3
767962
767962
4
FW .531 X 1.063 X .090 SAE HD ZN
4
781567
781567
2
NT .50-13 HX LK NY
DESCRIPTION
CS .500-13 X 4.500 HX G5 ZN
NOTES:
1. Do not torque, wheel must turn freely.
6-6
108604 10/08
Chapter 7 Contents
Weight Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-2
ROPS Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-4
108604 10/08
7-1
Weight Installation
1
2
3
TIRE/WHEEL
ASSEMBLY
4
5
TRACTOR
FRAME
6
2
7
8
9
2
10
7-2
108604 10/08
Weight Installation
ITEM
NO.
SERVICE
PART NO.
MFG. PART
NO.
1
008193
008193
8
NT .500-13 HX G5 ZNYC
2
767962
767962
16
FW .531 X 1.063 X .090 SAE HD ZN
QTY.
3
789214
789214
2
MMZ WHEEL WEIGHT
4
392597
392597
2
WHEEL WEIGHT BACKING PLATE
5
792077
792077
8
CB .50-13 X 6 STD ZN
6
781567
781567
4
NT .50-13 HX LK NY
7
392035
392035
2
ATZ TOP WEIGHT PLATE
8
392191
392191
2
ATZ MIDDLE WEIGHT PLATE
9
392357
392357
4
ATZ BOTTOM WEIGHT PLATE
10
089938
089938
4
CS .500-13 X 4.00 HX G5 ZNYC
NOTES:
108604 10/08
DESCRIPTION
7-3
ROPS Installation
3
28
29
26
4
27
7
5
6
2
2
1
10
7
30
8
2
1
14
16
1
2
12
11
2
13 1
12
6
2
1
2
1
25
2
2
9
1
7
15
20
1
1
16 2
21
2
19
18
2
17
18
22
23
24
7-4
108604 10/08
ROPS Installation
ITEM
NO.
SERVICE
PART NO.
MFG. PART
NO.
QTY.
1
008193
008193
18
NT .500-13 HX G5 ZNYC
2
767962
767962
26
FW .531 X 1.063 X .090 SAE HD ZN
DESCRIPTION
3
391375
391375
1
ATZ ROOF
4
381657
381657
1
ATZ FRONT R.S. ROPS
5
381665
381665
1
ATZ FRONT L.S. ROPS
6
381673
381673
2
ATZ ROPS CROSS SECTION
7
008573
008573
6
CS .500-13 X 2.50 HX G5 ZNYC
8
392985
392985
1
ROPS CONNECTOR
9
789412
789412
2
UB .50-13 X 3.25 X 3.0
10
392613
392613
1
R.H. ROPS
11
392605
392605
1
L.H. ROPS
12
078386
078386
4
FW .510 X 1.75 X .18 ZNYC
13
077859
077859
2
CS .500-13 X 3.25 HX G5
14
381723
381723
1
ATZ REAR R.S. ROPS
15
381731
381731
1
ATZ REAR L.S. ROPS
16
017616
017616
8
CS .500-13 X 1.75 HX G5 ZNYC
17
016642
016642
2
CS .625-11 X 2.00 HX G5 ZNYC
18
768002
768002
4
FW .687 X 1.750 X .105/.160 HD ZNYC
19
016972
016972
2
NT .625-11 HX G5 ZNYC
20
110855
110855
1
MUFFLER GUARD
21
381749
381749
1
ATZ ENGINE GUARD
22
768523
768523
3
FW .343 X .687 X .051/.080 HD ZNYC
23
036236
036236
3
CS .312-18 X 1.00 HX G5 ZNYC
24
789404
789404
2
UB .50-13 X 2.0 X 3.0
25
789396
N/A
1
TURF SERIAL NO PLATE
26
033035
033035
2
WEATHERSTRIP .12X.75 X 29
27
033035
033035
2
WEATHERSTRIP .12X.75 X 6.25
28
033035
033035
1
WEATHERSTRIP .12X.75 X 18.5
29
033035
033035
1
WEATHERSTRIP .12X.75 X 15.5
30
601979
601979
1
ATZ ROPS DECAL
NOTES:
1. Torque to 73 ft.-lbs. (8 places).
2. Torque to 145 ft.-lbs. (2 places).
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7-5
7-6
108604 10/08
Chapter 8 Contents
72" Side Discharge Deck Assembly (XR7) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-2
72" Side Discharge Deck Pulley Assembly (XR7) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-4
60" Side Discharge Deck Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-6
60" Side Discharge Deck Pulley Assembly (XR7) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-8
Side Discharge Deck—"A" Adaptors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-10
60" Rear Discharge Deck Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-12
60" Rear Discharge Deck Pulley Assembly. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-14
Spindle Assembly–796235 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-16
Spindle Assembly–796680 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-17
108604 10/08
8-1
72" Side Discharge Deck Assembly (XR7)
2
5
4
6
4
1
5
9
3
12
14
4
15
16
11
7
13
3
4
8
10
7
9
15
4
5
13
1
10
13
11
8
5
4
16 4
7
12
9
10
10
8
9
13
17
11
11
10
8
9
11
9
8
7
7
10
5
4
8
7
18
8-2
108604 10/08
72" Side Discharge Deck Assembly
ITEM
NO.
3
2
SERVICE
PART NO.
MFG.
PART NO.
QTY
DESCRIPTION
1
548453
108649
1
72" DECK WACRATED
2
798694
798694
1
RUBBER CHUTE ASSEMBLY
3
052860
052860
8
CS .375-19 X 1.250 HX G5 ZN
4
767954
767954
26
FW .406 X .812 .060 SAE HD ZN
5
086660
086660
14
NT .375-16 HXZY NL
6
103010
103010
1
DISCHARGE CHUTE MOUNT BRACKET
7
781708
N/A
6
CS .500-13 X 4.25 HX G5 ZN
8
767962
N/A
12
FW .531 X 1.063 X .090 SAE HD ZN
9
031997
N/A
6
ANTI-SCALP WHEEL
10
053199
N/A
6
NT .500-13 HX JAM ZN
NT .50-13 HX LK NY
11
781567
781567
6
12
005116
005116
4
CS .375-16X1.375 HX G5
13
808485
808485
4
5/16-18 THREAD RIVET NUT
14
314104
314104
1
PUSHER
15
015495
015495
2
STRAIGHT GREASE FITTING
16
103184
103184
2
REAR ANTI-SCALP BRACKET
17
025395
025395
2
CB .375-16 X 1.00 STD CD
18
808493
808493
2
3/8-16 THREAD RIVET NUT
788166
788166
6
ANTI SCALP WHEEL ASSY
NOTES:
1. Do not torque, Item 2 (798694 Discharge Chute) must pivot freely.
2. Includes items 7, 8, 9, and 10.
3. Service part deck includes decals (see “72" & 60" Side Discharge Deck
Decals(XR7)” on page 10-4 for listing of decals).
108604 10/08
8-3
72" Side Discharge Deck Pulley Assembly (XR7)
1
4
5
3
7
8
9
2
6
10
3
11
13
15
15
14
14
2
17
12
18
72" DECK ASSY
16
15
20
19
16
21
16
16
BELT GUIDE
INDEXING
24
25
22
23
27
28
26
27
29 1
30
8-4
108604 10/08
72" Side Discharge Deck Pulley Assembly (XR7)
ITEM
NO.
SERVICE
PART NO.
MFG.
PART NO.
QTY
1
784207
784207
1
B-SECTION BELT
2
797910
797910
6
CS .312 - 18 X 1.50 FLT SH ZNYC
3
601434
601434
2
UHMW IDLER SLIDE
4
025007
025007
1
CS .625 - 11 X 1.75 HX G5 ZNYC
5
347443
347443
1
DECK BELT IDLER GUIDE
6
028118
028118
3
FW .62 X 1.00 X .134 ZN
7
781856
781856
1
5.00" IDLER PULLEY
8
259812
059931
1
CHAIN DECK LIFT SPRING (13 LINKS)
9
781302
781302
1
IDLER SPRING
10
350884
350884
1
DECK IDLER
RS PULLEY COVER 72" XR7
DESCRIPTION
11
107620
107620
1
12
107621
107621
1
LS PULLEY COVER 72" XR7
13
016972
016972
2
NT .625 - 11 HX G5
14
781385
781385
2
6.00" IDLER PULLEY
ZNYC
15
797449
797449
4
FW .650 X 1.125 X .18 ZNYCG5
16
792002
792002
4
5/16 - 18 X 3/4" MALE KNOB
17
016527
016527
3
CS .500 -13 X 1.00 HX G5 ZN
18
752386
752386
3
CW .515 X 2.25 X .204 ZN
19
538850
538850
3
DRIVE PULLEY DB-112
20
705954
705954
12
CS .500-13 X 1.25 HX G5 ZNYC
21
767962
767962
12
FW .531 X 1.063 X .090 SAE HD ZN
22
768523
768523
6
FW .343 X .687 X .051/.080 HD ZN
23
058776
058776
6
NT .312 -18 HXZY NL
24
212472
212472
3
KEY 1/4 SQ X 1.00 LONG
796235X
796235
3
SPINDLE HOUSING ASSEMBLY
798702
798702
3
BLADE, F24.50" -H-F-CW
4 25
26
27
782474
782474
5
CW .631 2.250 X .187 PNT
28
769257
769257
1
FW .656 X 1.250 X .250 ZNYC
29
029934
029934
3
CS .625 -11 X 3.00 HX G5 ZNYC
30
783738
783738
2
CS .625-11 X 3.00 FULL HX G5 ZN
NOTES:
1. Torque to 118 ft. lbs.
2. Torque to 67-75 ft. lbs.
3. See “72" Side Discharge Belt Routing and Tensioning” on page 9-4 for
belt tensioning.
4. See “Spindle Assembly–796235” on page 8-16 for breakdown.
108604 10/08
8-5
60" Side Discharge Deck Assembly
2
4
5
4
6
3
4
8
1
14
4
7
4
13
11
9
15
16
5
3
4
16
10
7
14
8
12
4
1
12
5
4
12
9
10
11
11
7
13
8
4
14
18
10
12
9
8
11 4
11
8
4
10
5
14
8
11
9
10
9
7
7
9
7
17
8-6
108604 10/08
60" Side Discharge Deck Assembly
ITEM NO.
SERVICE
PART NO.
MFG.
PART NO.
QTY.
1
548438
108501
1
60" DECK W/A CRATED
2
798694
798694
1
RUBBER CHUTE ASSEMBLY
3
052860
052860
8
CS .375-16 X 1.25 HX G5
4
767954
767954
26
FW .406 X .812 X .060 SAE HD ZN
5
086660
086660
14
NT .375-16 HX LK NY
6
103010
103010
1
DISCHARGE CHUTE MOUNT BRACKET
7
781708
N/A
6
CS .500-13 X 4.25 HX G5 ZN
8
767962
N/A
12
FW .531 X 1.063 X .090 SAE HD ZN
9
031997
N/A
6
ANTI-SCALP WHEEL
10
053199
N/A
6
NT .500-13 HX JAM ZN
3
2
DESCRIPTION
11
781567
781567
6
NT .50-13 HX LK NY
12
808485
808485
4
5/16-18 THREAD RIVET NUT
13
103184
103184
2
REAR ANTI-SCALP BRACKET
14
005116
005116
4
CS .375-16 X 1.375 HX G5 ZNYC
15
314104
314104
1
PUSHER
16
015495
015495
2
STRAIGHT GREASE FITTING
17
808493
808493
2
3/8-16 THREAD RIVET NUT
18
025395
025395
2
CB .375-16 X 1.00 STD CD
788166
788166
4
ANTI SCALP WHEEL ASSY
NOTES:
1. Do not torque, Item 2 (798694 Discharge Chute) must pivot freely.
2. Includes items 7, 8, 9, and 10.
3. Service part deck includes decals (see “72" & 60" Side Discharge Deck
Decals(XR7)” on page 10-4 for listing of decals).
108604 10/08
8-7
60" Side Discharge Deck Pulley Assembly (XR7)
1
4
3
7
8
5
9
6
10
2
3
11
13
15
14
17 2
14
13
16
15
15
14
12
18
19
60" DECK ASSY
15
16
21
20
16
27
24
16
BELT GUIDE
INDEXING
22
23
28
25
26
30
27
1
8-8
29
108604 10/08
60" Side Discharge Deck Pulley Assembly (XR7)
4
ITEM
NO.
SERVICE
PART NO.
MFG.
PART NO.
QTY
1
797720
797720
1
B-SECTION BELT
2
797910
797910
6
CS .312-18 X 1.50 FLT SH ZNYC
3
601434
601434
2
UHMW IDLER SLIDE
4
025007
025007
1
CS .625-11 X 1.75 HX G5 ZNYC
5
347443
347443
1
DECK BELT IDLER GUIDE
6
028118
028118
3
FW .62 X 1.00 X.134 ZN
7
781856
781856
1
5.00" IDLER PULLEY
8
373191
059931
1
SIDE MOUNT CHAIN (21 LINKS)
9
781302
781302
1
IDLER SPRING
10
350884
350884
1
DECK IDLER
DESCRIPTION
11
103192
103192
1
RS 60" XR7 PULLEY COVER
12
103200
103200
1
LS 60" XR7 PULLEY COVER
13
016972
016972
3
NT .625-11 HX G5
14
781385
781385
3
6.00" IDLER PULLEY,
ZNYC
15
797449
797449
6
FW .650 X1.125 X.18 ZNYCG5
16
792002
792002
4
5/16-18 X 3/4"MALE KNOB
17
016527
016527
3
CS .500-13 X 1.00 HX G5 ZN
18
752386
752386
3
CW .515 X 2.25 X .204 ZN
19
770842
770842
3
DECK DRIVE PULLEY
20
705954
705954
12
CS .500-13 X 1.25 HX G5 ZNYC
21
767962
767962
12
FW .531 X 1.063 X .090 SAE HD ZN
22
768523
768523
6
FW .343 X .687 X .051/.080 HD ZN
23
058776
058776
6
NT .312-18 HXZY NL
24
212472
212472
3
KEY 1/4 SQ X 1.00 LONG
25
796235X
796235
3
SPINDLE HOUSING ASSEMBLY
26
794685
794685
3
BLADE, F20.50" H-F-CW
27
782474
782474
6
CW .631 2.250 X .187 PNT
28
769257
769257
1
FW .656 X 1.250X.250 ZNYC
29
029934
029934
3
CS .625-11 X 3.00 HX G5 ZNYC
30
783738
783738
3
CS .625-11 X 3.00 FULL HX G5 ZN
NOTES:
1. Torque to 118 ft. lbs.
2. Torque to 65-75 ft. lbs.
3. See “60" Side Discharge Belt Routing and Tensioning” on page 9-5 for
belt tensioning.
4. See“Spindle Assembly–796235” on page 8-16 for breakdown.
108604 10/08
8-9
Side Discharge Deck—"A" Adaptors
2
Deck Assembly
2
4
3
1
3
4
8-10
108604 10/08
Side Discharge Deck—"A" Adaptors
ITEM NO.
SERVICE
PART NO.
MFG.
PART NO.
QTY.
1
108661
108661
2
AIR FLOW FLOOR (72" DECKS)
108516
108516
2
AIR FLOW FLOOR (60" DECKS)
2
025395
025395
4
CB .375-16X 1.00 STD CD
3
767954
767954
4
FW .406X .812 X.060 SAE
4
086660
086660
4
NT .375-16 HXZY NL
DESCRIPTION
NOTES:
108604 10/08
8-11
60" Rear Discharge Deck Assembly
27
3
24
25
27
3
5
10
18
4
8
19
9
27
25
3
5
23
20
17
3
21
2
27
22
7
6
28
19
7
29
1
26
26
28
12
11
13
4
5
7
20
16
21
14
22
16 15
5
10
30
12
6
13
15
15
14
14
15
16
16
12
5
13
12
10
13
DEFLECTOR DETAIL
8-12
108604 10/08
60" Rear Discharge Deck Assembly
3
1
2
ITEM
NO.
SERVICE
PART NO.
MFG.
PART NO.
1
549576
110402
1
60" REAR DISCHARGE DECK
2
109484
109484
1
DISCHARGE SHIELD
3
768523
768523
10
FW .343 X .687 X .051/.080 HD ZN
4
086660
086660
6
NT .375-16 HX LK NY
5
767954
767954
22
FW .406 X .812 X .060 SAE HD ZN
6
710194
710194
6
CB .375-16 X 1.50 STD G5
7
601069
601069
3
CN .312-18X.200
8
015495
015495
2
STRAIGHT GREASE FITTING
9
349803
349803
1
PUSHER
10
036244
036244
16
CS .375-16 X 1.00 HX G5 ZN
QTY.
DESCRIPTION
11
352591
352591
1
60" REAR DISCHARGE FRONT ANGLE
12
781708
N/A
4
CS .500-13 X 4.25 HX G5 ZN
13
767962
N/A
8
FW .531 X 1.063 X .090 SAE HD ZN
14
053199
N/A
4
NT .500-13 HX JAM ZN
15
781567
781567
4
NT .50-13 HXZY NL
16
031997
N/A
4
ANTI-SCALP WHEEL
17
109486
109486
1
CLAMP ANGLE LS
18
109487
109487
1
CLAMP ANGLE RS
19
601483
601483
2
SIDE FLAP RUBBER
20
106716
106716
2
ANGLE, DISCHARGE CHUTE
21
600254
600254
2
RD REAR FLAP
22
351676
351676
2
DECK STIFFENER ANGLE
23
109482
109482
1
CHUTE BRACKET RS
24
109483
109483
1
CHUTE BRACKET LS
25
778399
778399
2
FW .781 X 1.375 X .250 ZNYC
26
016253
016253
4
CB .312-18 X .750 FUL ZN
27
058776
058776
10
NT .312-18 HXZY NL
28
037887
037887
6
CB .312-18 X 1.000 FUL Z
29
109485
109485
1
GUARD MTG ANGLE
30
792887
792887
1
5/16-18 HX TH RIVET NUT
788166
788166
4
ANTI SCALP WHEEL ASSEMBLY
NOTES:
1. Factory assembled in top hole for shipping purposes.
2. Includes Items 12 through 14 and 16.
3. Service part deck includes decals, see “72" & 60" Side Discharge Deck
Decals(XR7)” on page 10-4.
108604 10/08
8-13
60" Rear Discharge Deck Pulley Assembly
1
2
7
17 3
16
8
4
9
5
10
6
11
12
2 19
5
18
6
6
18
13
5
14
9
5
20
6
5
15
21
6
19
19 2
8
20
5
22
3
21
19
8
22
22
23
24
32
25
22
29
27
33
27
26
23
1
30
24
1
8-14
23
31
28
108604 10/08
60" Rear Discharge Deck Pulley Assembly
5
4
ITEM
NO.
SERVICE
PART NO.
MFG.
PART NO.
1
795781
795781
1
60" REAR DISCHARGE DECK BELT
2
110411
110411
1
PULLEY COVER, RH,60"
QTY.
DESCRIPTION
3
110412
110412
1
PULLEY COVER, LH,60"
4
794446
794446
1
CS .625-11X1.500 HX G5 Z
5
028118
028118
7
FW .62 X 1.00 X .134 ZN
6
796714
796714
5
6" HB IDLER PULLEY RD
7
781567
781567
1
NT .500-13 HX G8 ZY NL
8
767962
767962
13
FW .531 X 1.063 X .090 SAE HD ZN
9
770867
770867
2
BUSHING, PLAS .750X1(FS)
10
109549
109549
1
BUSHING, IDLER PIVOT
11
600296
600296
1
DECK IDLER SPACER
12
109948
109948
1
IDLER ARM W/A
13
601779
601779
1
IDLER SLIDE UHMW
14
797910
797910
2
CS .312-18X1.50FLT SH ZY
15
704759
704759
1
FW .500X 1.250X.075 ZNY
16
781302
781302
1
IDLER SPRING
17
259812
059931
1
DECK LIFT CHAIN (13 LINKS)
18
016972
016972
4
NT .625-11 HX G5 ZNYC
19
016527
016527
15
CS .500-13 X 1.00 HX G5 ZN
20
752386
752386
3
FW .510 X 1.75 X .18 ZN
21
770842
770842
3
B-SECTION PULLEY
22
792002
792002
4
5/16-18 X 3/4" MALE KNOB
23
782474
782474
5
CW .631 X 2.250 X .187 PNT
24
783738
783738
2
CS .625-11X3.00 FULL HX G5 ZN
25
796680X
796680
1
REAR DISCHARGE DECK SPINDLE ASSEMBLY
26
796235X
796235
2
DECK SPINDLE ASSY
27
212472
212472
3
KEY 1/4 SQ X 1.00 LONG
28
600901
600901
2
BLADE, F20.50"-L-F-CW
29
795633
795633
1
BLADE, F20.50"-L-F-CCW
30
796722
796722
1
CS .625-11 X 3.00 LH HX G
31
029934
029934
2
CS .625-11 X 3.00 HX G5 ZNYC
32
768523
768523
1
FW .343X.687X.051/.080H
33
058776
058776
1
NT .312-18 HXZY NL
NOTES:
1. Torque to 118 ft. lbs.
2. Torque to 65-75 ft. lbs.
3. See “60" Rear Discharge Belt Routing and Tensioning” on page 9-6 for
belt tensioning.
4. See “Spindle Assembly–796235” on page 8-16 for breakdown.
5. See “Spindle Assembly–796680” on page 8-17 for breakdown.
108604 10/08
8-15
Spindle Assembly–796235
1
1
2
3
4
1
2
5
6
ITEM
NO.
SERVICE
PART NO.
MFG.
PART NO.
QTY.
1
077123
N/A
2
BEARING W/O COLLAR
2
766204
N/A
1
BLADE SPINDLE BUSHING
3
034843
N/A
1
CAST SPINDLE HOUSING
4
012005
N/A
1
GREASE FITTING
5
072272
N/A
1
FW 1.06 X 2.00 X.134 SAE ZN
6
796227
N/A
1
SADDLELESS SPINDLE SHAFT
DESCRIPTION
NOTES:
1. Install upper bearing with extended inner race up.
2. Install lower bearing with extended inner race down.
8-16
108604 10/08
Spindle Assembly–796680
1
1
2
3
4
2
1
5
6
ITEM
NO.
SERVICE
PART NO.
MFG.
PART NO.
QTY.
1
077123
N/A
2
2
766204
N/A
1
BLADE SPINDLE BUSHING
3
034843
N/A
1
CAST SPINDLE HOUSING
4
012005
N/A
1
GREASE FITTING
5
600893
N/A
1
BEARING DUST COVER
6
796698
N/A
1
SPINDLE SHAFT
DESCRIPTION
BEARING W/O COLLAR
NOTES:
1. Install upper bearing with extended inner race up.
2. Install lower bearing with extended inner race down.
108604 10/08
8-17
8-18
108604 10/08
Chapter 9 Contents
Deck Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-2
72" Side Discharge Belt Routing and Tensioning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-4
60" Side Discharge Belt Routing and Tensioning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-5
60" Rear Discharge Belt Routing and Tensioning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-6
108604 10/08
9-1
Deck Installation
TRACTOR
ASSEMBLY
1
5
4
3
2
DECK
ASSEMBLY
5
9-2
108604 10/08
Deck Installation
ITEM
NO.
SERVICE
PART NO.
MFG.
PART NO.
1
055749
055749
4
CS .437-14 X 1.750 HX G5 ZN
2
061101
061101
2
NT .750-10 HX NL ZN
3
025296
025296
4
FW .760 X 1.625 X.08 ZN
4
051169
051169
2
CS .750-10 X 3.000 HX G5 ZN
5
704643
704643
8
NT .437-14 HX FLG ZN
QTY
DESCRIPTION
NOTES:
1. 60" Side Discharge Deck installation is shown, 72" Side Discharge Deck
and 60" Rear Discharge Deck installation are similar.
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72" Side Discharge Belt Routing and Tensioning
1
DECK
ASSEMBLY
NOTES:
1. Spring length after tensioning belt. Measure spring from outside of hook
to outside of hook.
2. Route belt as shown.
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60" Side Discharge Belt Routing and Tensioning
1
DECK
ASSEMBLY
NOTES:
1. Spring length after tensioning belt. Measure spring from outside of hook
to outside of hook.
2. Route belt as shown.
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9-5
60" Rear Discharge Belt Routing and Tensioning
1
DECK
ASSEMBLY
NOTES:
1. Spring length after tensioning belt. Measure spring from outside of hook
to outside of hook.
2. Route belt as shown.
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Chapter 10 Contents
Tractor Decals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-2
72" & 60" Side Discharge Deck Decals(XR7) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-4
60" Rear Discharge Deck Decals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-5
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Tractor Decals
4
2
6
TOP OF
SEAT PAN
3
7
8
16
1
5
BOTTOM OF
SEAT PAN
9
15
11
12
13
10
14
10-2
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Tractor Decals
ITEM
NO.
SERVICE
PART NO.
MFG.
PART NO.
QTY.
1
781427
781427
1
DECK HEIGHT INDICATOR DECAL
2
779280
779280
1
HOT & HYDRAULIC OIL DECAL
3
601980
601980
1
INSTRUMENT PANEL DECAL
4
601968
601968
1
HYD PRESSURE DECAL
5
791830
791830
1
FUEL INDICATOR DECAL
6
601967
601967
1
ENGINE COMPARTMENT DECAL
7
600899
600899
1
PUMP BELT WARNING DECAL
8
785188
785188
1
Z ARMREST WARNING DECAL
9
601815
601815
1
BATTERY DECAL
10
600941
600941
1
PATENTS DECAL
TURF PRODUCT SERIAL NO PLATE
DESCRIPTION
11
N/A
083279
1
12
727172
727172
1
MADE IN USA DECAL
13
782573
782573
1
FIRST ZERO TURN DECAL
14
793588
793588
1
HUSTLER NAME PLATE
15
782615
782615
1
SUPER Z ID DECAL
16
601791
601791
1
ATZ SAFETY DECAL
NOTES:
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72" & 60" Side Discharge Deck Decals(XR7)
8
1
10
2
9
7
3
4
8
6
5
6
INDEX
NO.
SERVICE
PART NO.
MFG.
PART NO.
QTY.
1
786285
786285
1
72" SIDE DISCHARGE DECK ID DECAL
786277
786277
1
60" SIDE DISCHARGE DECK ID DECAL
2
760637
760637
1
MOWER DECK QUICK REFERENCE DECAL
3
727420
727420
1
DEFLECTOR SHIELD DECAL
4
727172
727172
1
"MADE IN U.S.A." DECAL
5
727453
727453
2
BELT & PULLEY DECAL
6
727438
727438
2
WHIRLING BLADES DECAL
7
799395
799395
1
BELT ROUTING DECAL (60" DECK ONLY)
781419
781419
1
BELT ROUTING DECAL (72" DECKS)
5
DESCRIPTION
8
799353
799353
2
DECK XR7 ID DECAL
9
359547
359547
1
5.00 X 9.00 STEP TREAD
10
797845
797845
1
FUSION DECAL
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60" Rear Discharge Deck Decals
1
2
8
3
7
5
6
4
3
4
3
INDEX
NO.
SERVICE
PART NO.
MFG.
PART NO.
QTY.
1
786277
786277
1
2
760637
760637
1
MOWER DECK QUICK REFERENCE DECAL
3
727438
727438
4
WHIRLING BLADES DECAL
DESCRIPTION
60" DECK ID DECAL
4
727453
727453
4
BELT & PULLEY DECAL
5
727172
727172
1
"MADE IN U.S.A." DECAL
6
796953
796953
1
REAR DISCHARGE DECK ROUTING DECAL
7
359547
359547
1
5.00 X 9.00 STEP TREAD
8
797845
797845
1
FUSION DECAL
NOTES:
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Chapter 11 Contents
Seat Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-2
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Seat Installation
1
2
4
2
3
28
5
26
24
17
18
27
28
38
6
25
38
8
11 23
14
9
17
13
33
12
10
17
1
3
7
18
35
15
1
34
37
29
38
36
32
30
23
19
38
31
16
21
20
10
11
22
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Seat Installation
ITEM
NO.
SERVICES
PART NO.
MFG.
PART NO.
1
792051
792051
1
SUSPENSION SEAT
2
784140
784140
1
SEAT BELT
3
797076
797076
4
CS .437-20 X 1.00 HX G8 ZNYC
4
728147
728147
2
FW .468 X 1.00 X .090 HT T ZNYC
5
746131
746131
2
SPACER, .493 X .675 X .250
6
036236
036236
1
CS .312-18X1.000 HX G5
7
078386
078386
2
FW .510 X 1.750 X .18 ZNYC
8
110686
110686
1
TILTSEAT PIVOT TUBE
QTY
DESCRIPTION
9
000331
000331
2
BLACK CABLE TIE
10
086660
086660
3
NT .375-16 HX LK NY
11
767954
767954
6
FW .406 X .812 X .060 SAE HD ZN
12
724716
724716
1
FIBER WASHER
13
350421
350421
1
SEAT PAN STOP
14
036244
036244
1
CS .375-16 X 1.00 HX G5 ZNYC
15
108291
108291
1
SEAT PAN
16
357384
357384
1
ROPS LATCH
17
768523
768523
6
FW .343 X .687 X .051/.080 HD ZN/Y
18
034272
034272
5
NT .312-18 HX G5 ZN
19
783910
783910
1
ROPS LATCH TORSION SPRING
20
781880
781880
2
BUMPER
21
080358
080358
1
GM .50 X 1.00 X .75 X .12 GROMMET
22
052860
052860
2
CS .375-16 X 1.25 HX G5 ZNYC
23
781567
781567
2
NT .500-13 HX G8 ZY NL
24
722199
722199
1
2" WIDE SCOTCH POLYURETHANE 5.55" LONG
25
601130
601130
1
ELECTRIC LINEAR ACTUATOR
26
108290
108290
1
SEAT MOUNT
27
089938
089938
1
CS .500-13X4.00 HX G5 Z
28
770867
770867
2
PLASTIC BUSHING .750X1(FS)
29
601053
601053
2
SEAL RELAY W/BRACKET
30
601647
601647
1
15 AMP CIRCUIT BREAKER
31
601648
601648
1
RED CIRCUIT BREAKER BOOT
32
068239
068239
1
CS .500-13X4.500 HX G5
33
601098
601098
2
CB 10-24 X .500 ZYNC
34
110677
110677
1
RELAY MOUNT BRACKET
35
601089
601089
4
RIVET .188 DIA BLK HD
36
059832
059832
2
NT #10-24 HX NL ZN
37
704932
704932
2
FW .219 X .500 X .048 ZN
38
767962
767962
4
FW .531X 1.063X.090 SAE
NOTES:
1. Must pivot freely.
2. Torque to 48 ft.-lbs.
3. Service parts available for Michigan suspension seat:
DESCRIPTION
PART NO.
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793307
SLIDE KIT
793323
KNOB KIT
793281
BACK CUSHION KI
11-3
DESCRIPTION
PART NO.
793299
SEAT CUSHION KIT
793315
SEAT SWITCH
793265
MOLDED ARMREST KIT (INCLUDES BOTH ARMRESTS)
793273
ARMREST STOP ASSEMBLY
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Chapter 12 Contents
Maintenance & Adjustment Safety. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-2
Safe Maintenance & Adjustment Practices. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-2
Using a ramp. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-4
Safety and Instruction Decals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-4
Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-5
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-8
Torque values . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-8
Tires . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-8
Hour meter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-9
Lubrication . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-9
Electrical system . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-9
Access to engine and hydraulic pumps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-11
Hydraulic system. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-11
Fuel system. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-13
Engine oil and filter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-14
Engine air filter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-15
Recommended service procedure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-15
Overservicing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-16
Improper installation of an air filter element . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-16
Damaged filter, seals or canister . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-16
Incorrect air cleaner element . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-16
Recommended service procedure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-17
Air restriction indicator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-17
General engine maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-17
Belt replacement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-17
Mower blade maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-19
Mower blade removal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-19
Adjustment. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-21
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-21
Steering linkage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-21
Control Lever Neutral Adjustment. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-21
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Control lever stops . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Steering dampener. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Control lever adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Park brake adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Hydraulic pump belt adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Deck drive belt adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Engine RPM setting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Deck leveling and height adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Deck level adjustments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
12-2
12-22
12-23
12-23
12-23
12-25
12-25
12-26
12-26
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Maintenance & Adjustment Safety
This safety alert symbol is used to call attention to a message intended to provide a reasonable degree of
PERSONAL SAFETY for operators and other persons during the normal operation and servicing of this
equipment.
DANGER – denotes immediate hazards which WILL result in severe personal injury or death.
WARNING – denotes a hazard or unsafe practice which COULD result in severe personal injury or death.
This manual uses two other words to highlight information. IMPORTANT calls attention to special
mechanical information and NOTE: emphasizes general information worthy of special attention.
All operators should read this manual, or be instructed about safe operating and maintenance procedures.
This is the owner’s responsibility.
Improper use or maintenance by the operator, mechanic, or owner can result in injury. To reduce
the potential for injury, comply with these safety instructions and always pay attention to the safety
alert symbol, which means DANGER or WARNING – “personal safety instructions.” Failure to
comply with the instructions may result in personal injury or death.
Incorrect usage of this machine may result in severe injury. Personnel operating and maintaining it
should be trained in the proper use and should read the manuals completely and thoroughly before
attempting to set-up, operate, adjust, or service this machine.
The Quick Reference Decals, located in front of and to the right of the seat, are designed to give the
operator/mechanic brief information needed in the daily operation and service of the machine. These
decals are not intended to be used in place of this manual but instead is to be used as an extension of this
manual. These decals should not be removed or obliterated. Replace these decals if they become
unreadable.
It is the owner’s responsibility to make certain that the operator/mechanic reads and understands this
manual and all decals before operating this machine. It is also the owner’s responsibility to make certain
that the operator/mechanic is a qualified and physically able individual, properly trained in the operation of
this equipment. Local regulations may restrict the age of the operator/mechanic.
The owner should also ensure that the operator/mechanic knows that they are responsible for their own
safety as well as the safety of other persons within the vicinity. Remember, the operator/mechanic is
responsible for accidents or hazards occurring to other people or their property.
Safe Maintenance & Adjustment Practices
This product is capable of amputating hands and feet and throwing objects. Always follow all safety
instructions to avoid serious injury or death.
Unless specifically required, DO NOT have engine running when servicing or making adjustments to
tractor. Place control levers in the park brake position, disengage deck clutch, remove ignition switch
key and disconnect the negative battery cable. Repairs or maintenance requiring engine power should
be performed by trained personnel only. To prevent carbon monoxide poisoning, be sure proper
ventilation is available when engine must be operated in an enclosed area.
Follow daily and weekly checklists, making sure hoses are tightly secured and bolts are tightened.
Keep your machine clean and remove any deposits of trash and clippings, which can cause engine
fires and hydraulic overheating as well as excessive belt wear. Clean up oil or fuel spillage. Allow
machine to cool before storing.
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Clean flammable material from machine. Prevent fires by keeping engine compartment,
battery, hydraulic lines, fuel line, fuel tank and operator’s station clean of accumulated trash,
grass clippings, and other debris. Always clean up spilled fuel and oil.
Always wear adequate ear protection, such as earplugs, when operating this equipment as prolonged
exposure to uncomfortable or loud noises can cause impairment or loss of hearing. Do not wear
radios or music headphones while operating the machinery. Safe operation requires your full
attention.
Never put hands or feet under any part of the machine while it is running.
Except when changing or checking belt, always keep belt covers on mower for safety as well as
cleanliness.
Stop the engine before removing the grass catcher or unclogging the discharge chute. Never clear the
discharge chute with the engine running. Turn off the engine and be sure the blades have stopped
before cleaning. Use a stick to clear a plugged discharge area. Never use your hand!
Exercise caution when loading or unloading the machine onto a trailer or truck.
Always wear safety goggles or safety glasses with side shields when operating the mower.
Never leave machine unattended with ignition key in switch, especially with children present.
Be alert and turn the machine off if children enter the area.
Always wear adequate eye protection when servicing the battery, hydraulic system, cooling system or
when grinding mower blades and removing accumulated debris.
Use extra caution when handling gasoline and other fuels. They are flammable and vapors are
explosive.
Never refuel tractor while engine is running; never refuel near an open flame or near devices which
can create a spark. Refuel outdoors preferably, or in well ventilated areas.
Never attempt to start engine when there is a strong odor of gasoline fumes present. Locate and
correct cause.
Never run the engine in an enclosed area unless exhaust is vented to the outside. Exhaust gases
contain carbon monoxide which is odorless and deadly poison.
Never attempt to make any adjustments or repairs to the tractor drive system, mower deck or any
attachment while the tractor engine is running or deck clutch is engaged. Repairs or maintenance
requiring engine power should be performed by trained personnel only.
Never work under the machine or attachment unless it is safely supported with jack stands. Make
certain machine is secure when it is raised and placed on the jack stands. The jack stands should not
allow the machine to move when the engine is running and the drive wheels are rotating. Use only
certified jack stands. Use only appropriate jack stands, with a minimum weight rating of 2000
pounds to block the unit up. Use in pairs only. Follow the instructions supplied with the vehicle stands.
Before working on or under the deck, make certain engine cannot be accidentally started. Shut engine
off and remove ignition switch key for maximum safety. Repairs or maintenance requiring engine
power should be performed by trained personnel only.
Use a stick or similar instrument to clean under the mower making sure that no part of the body,
especially arms and hands are under mower.
Exercise caution when working under the deck as the mower blades are extremely sharp. Wearing
gloves or wrapping the blade(s) is advisable when working around or with the blades.
Do not touch hot parts of machine.
Keep nuts and bolts tight, especially the blade attachment bolts. Keep equipment in good condition.
Never tamper with safety devices. Check their proper operation regularly.
Grass collection system components are subject to wear, damage and deterioration, which could
expose moving parts or allow objects to be thrown. Frequently check components and replace with
manufacturer’s recommended parts, when necessary.
Use only genuine Hustler replacement parts to ensure that original standards are maintained.
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Using a ramp
Use extreme caution when loading and unloading a unit with a ramp.
Use only a single, full width ramp; do not use individual ramps for each side of the unit. Having a full
width ramp provides a surface for the tractor frame to contact if the unit starts to tip backwards. It also
reduces the risk of a wheel going off and the machine tipping over.
Do not exceed a 15 degree angle between the ramp and the ground or between the ramp and the
trailer or truck.
When on a ramp avoid sudden acceleration
Safety and Instruction Decals
Specific safety warning decals are located on the equipment near the immediate areas of potential
hazards. These decals should not be removed or obliterated. Replace them if they become nonreadable.
The following illustrations show the various safety decals that are located on the machine. A brief explanation, for those requiring one, is shown to help the operator understand the meanings of these decals.
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Maintenance
MAINTENANCE LOCATOR CHART
3
6
7
5
9
11
12
16
4
10
1
6
15
2
11
12 11
13
8
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
9
Engine Oil Fill & Dipstick
Fuel Filter
Engine Air Cleaner
Engine Oil Drain Plug
Battery
Fuel Tanks
Hydraulic Oil Reservoir
Hydraulic Oil Filter
Gauge Wheel Bearing Zerks (2)
Engine Oil Filter
Deck Height Pivot Zerks (4)
Park Brake Switch (2)
Drive Tire
Pump Idler Zerk (1)
Pump Belt
Hydraulic Oil Heat Exchanger
14
13
Viewed from bottom of tractor
FIG. 1
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MAINTENANCE LOCATOR CHART
72" XR-7 deck
3
1
4
2
3
3
1
4
1.
2.
3.
4.
60" XR-7 deck
Deck Pusher Arm Zerks (2)
Deck Belt
Spindle Housing Zerk (3)
Blades
3
1
4
60" Rear Discharge deck
2
3
1
3
4
3
1
3
4
4
2
1
3
FIG. 2
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SERVICE AT INTERVALS INDICATED
Verify safety start interlock system
Visually inspect unit for loose hardware and/or
damaged parts
Visually inspect tires
Check oil level, engine (1)
Clean air intake screen (5)
Clean oil heat exchanger (5)
Check & clean engine compartment
Check air cleaner service indicator
Check fuel level
Blades - sharpen & securely fastened
Discharge chute - securely in place & in lowest
position
Clean engine and pump compartment
Replace air cleaner paper element (5)
Grease deck idler
Grease deck pusher arms
Grease pump idler
Grease deck height pivots
Grease gauge wheel bearings
Change engine oil and filter (1) (4)
Clean cylinder and head fins(a)
Check battery connections
Check tire pressure with a gauge
Check hydraulic oil level
Clean engine exterior (a)
Clean & regap spark plugs (a)
Check pump and deck belt tension and condition (6)
Check fuel and hydraulic lines (7)
Check fuel valve and grommet (7)
Tighten lug nuts on wheels (2)
Change fuel filter
Clean or replace hydraulic fill cap
Change hydraulic oil and filter (3)
Grease deck spindle housings
Replace spark plugs
WEEKLY OR 50
HOURS
MONTHLY OR 100
HOURS
ANNUALLY OR 500
HOURS
Daily
Daily
Daily
Daily or every 4 hours
Daily or every 4 hours
Daily or every 4 hours
Daily or every 4 hours
Every 8 hrs.
Daily
Daily
Daily
Daily
As needed
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
NOTES:
1. Initial oil change is after 5 hours of operation. Thereafter, change oil after every 40 hours operation.
Change more often under dusty or dirty conditions and during hot weather periods.
2. Torque initially and after first 2 hours of operation.
3. Perform initial hydraulic filter change after 50 hours (one week) of operation.
4. Change engine oil filter per the engine manufacturer’s recommendations. Refer to Engine Owner’s
Manual for recommendations and other maintenance items.
5. Service more often under dusty or dirty conditions. Use caution when servicing to prevent dust
contamination in the engine. Do not clean filter element. Replace with a new one.
6. Pump drive belt only - Inspect every 100 hours and replace if worn or cracking is noticed. Otherwise,
replace every 400 hours or 2 years whichever comes first.
7. Check fuel line hoses, fuel valve and grommets for any cracks or leaks
8. Clean more often under dirty or dusty conditions and during hot weather.
9. Do not clean filter element. Replace with a new one.
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REFERENCES:
a ---Refer to Engine Owner’s Manual
NOTE:
After completing maintenance cycle (300 hours), repeat cycle.
INTRODUCTION
Regular maintenance is the best prevention for costly downtime or expensive, premature repair. The
following pages contain suggested maintenance information and schedules which the operator should
follow on a routine basis.
Remain alert for unusual noises, they could be signaling a problem. Visually inspect the machine for any
abnormal wear or damage. A good time to detect potential problems is while performing scheduled
maintenance service. Correcting the problem as quickly as possible is the best insurance.
Clear away heavy build-up of grease, oil and dirt, especially in the engine and hydraulic reservoir areas;
minute dust particles are abrasive to close-tolerance engine and hydraulic assemblies.
Daily inspect mower for grass clippings and wire and string tangles. The underside of the mower deck
will collect a build-up of grass clippings and dirt, especially when grass is wet or has high moisture content.
This build-up will harden, restricting blade and air movement and will probably show a poorer quality of
cutting. Therefore it should be removed routinely.
To do this it will be necessary to raise and block the deck in the full up position, using jack stands or blocks,
and scrape the build-up from underneath.
Some repairs require the assistance of a trained service mechanic and should not be attempted by
unskilled personnel. Consult your Hustler service center when assistance is needed.
TORQUE VALUES
WARNING: Particular attention must be given to tightening the drive wheel lug nuts, wheel motor nuts
and blade spindle bolts. Failure to correctly torque these items may result in the loss of a wheel or
blade, which can cause serious damage or personal injury.
Torque values are given below:
Ft-lbs.
Nm
Wheel (lug) nuts ................................. 65-75........... 88.14-101.7
Wheel motor nut............................... 290-310......... 393.2-420.4
Blade spindle bolt top......................... 65-75........... 88.14-101.7
Blade spindle bolt bottom.....................118................. 160.01
It is recommended that these be checked after the first 2 hours of operation initially, every 50 hours, and
following removal for repair or replacement.
For all other torques refer to the various tractor parts manuals for standard torque charts.
NOTE:
For engine torque values, see engine owner’s manual.
TIRES
It is important for level mowing that the tires have the same amount of air pressure. The recommended
pressures are:
Drive wheels........................... 8-12 psi (55-69 KPa)
Gauge wheels ............................ semi-pneumatic
The bar tread tires are reversed from what is considered the normal operating position. this allows for better traction when backing up a slope.
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Solid fill tires are not recommended for Hustler turf equipment. On any machine, with solid filled tires,
the warranty claim will be denied.
WARNING: Explosive separation of a tire and rim can cause serious injury or death.
Do not attempt to mount a tire without the proper equipment and experience to perform the task.
Always maintain the correct tire pressure and never over inflate.
Never weld or heat a wheel and tire assembly as an explosion may occur. Welding can weaken or
deform a wheel.
When inflating tires, stand to one side and not in front of or over the tire assembly.
Check tires for low pressure, blemishes, damaged rims or missing lug bolts and nuts.
HOUR METER
To recognize when your machine needs servicing, check the hour meter and the maintenance schedule.
The hour meter shows the number of hours the engine has run, and the maintenance schedule lists the
service intervals. "FIG. 3".
HOUR
METER
FIG. 3
LUBRICATION
1. Grease the front gauge wheel bearings per the Maintenance Schedule. Use SAE multi-purpose grease.
2. Grease the four deck lift pivots, located to the side of the operator’s footrest per the Maintenance
Schedule. Use SAE multi-purpose grease.
3. Grease the deck idler per the Maintenance Schedule. Use SAE multi-purpose grease.
4. Grease the pump idler per the Maintenance Schedule. Use SAE multi-purpose grease.
5. Grease the two deck pusher arm pivots per the Maintenance Schedule. Use SAE multi-purpose grease.
6. Grease the blade spindle assemblies per the Maintenance Schedule. The spindle assemblies require
lubrication annually. Each spindle shaft is equipped with a grease zerk located under the deck. Use no
more than one or two ounces of SAE multi-purpose grease, (1 to 2 pumps on an average grease gun). Do
not force lubricant into grease zerks. Bearings are sealed and do not require much lubricant.
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
The electrical system is a 12-volt, negative ground. Recommended battery size is a garden tractor BCI
group U1R with 225 or better cranking AMP rating. A maintenance-free battery is recommended. Otherwise, follow battery manufacturer’s maintenance, safety, storing and charging specifications.
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The battery is located under the seat platform "FIG. 4".
BATTERY
FIG. 4
WARNING: Battery posts, terminals, and related accessories contain lead and lead compounds,
chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and reproductive harm. Wash hands after
handling.
WARNING: Avoid skin and clothing contact with battery acid.
Always wear eye protection when checking the battery, acid can cause serious injury to skin and eyes.
If contact occurs, flush area with clean water and call physician immediately. Acid will also damage
clothing.
Do not drink the battery electrolyte.
Do not allow open flame near the battery when charging.
Hydrogen gas forms inside the battery. This gas is both toxic and flammable and may cause an
explosion if exposed to flame.
Always remove the negative ground first and replace it last.
Do not overfill battery.
Electrolyte may overflow and damage paint, wiring or structure. When cleaning the battery, use soap
and water. Be careful not to get soap and water into the battery. Clean the battery terminals with a
solution of four parts water and one part baking soda when they become corroded.
WARNING: Shorts caused by battery terminals or metal tools touching metal tractor components can
cause sparks. Sparks can cause a battery gas explosion which will result in personal injury.
Prevent the battery terminals from touching any metal tractor parts when removing or installing the
battery.
Do not allow metal tools to short between the battery terminals and metal tractor parts.
WARNING: Incorrect battery cable routing could cause damage to the tractor and battery cables. This
can cause sparks which can cause a battery gas explosion which will result in personal injury.
Always disconnect the negative (black) battery cable before disconnecting the positive (red) cable.
Always connect the positive (red) battery cable before connecting the negative (black) cable.
Common circuit failures are usually caused by shorting, corroded or dirty terminals; loose connections,
defective wire insulation or broken wires. Switches, solenoids and ignition components may also fail,
causing a shorted or open circuit.
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Before attempting any failure diagnosis of the electrical system, use a test light or voltmeter to check the
battery voltage. If the battery voltage is satisfactory, check the cleanliness and tightness of the terminals
and ground connections. A general understanding of electrical servicing and use of basic test equipment
is necessary for troubleshooting and repair.
Major overhaul or repair of the starting motor or charging system should be performed by trained
technicians only.
ACCESS TO ENGINE AND HYDRAULIC PUMPS
The hydraulic pumps are accessed by lifting the seat platform. The seat platform is hinged at the front. To
raise it, release seat latch and tilt seat platform up and forward.The seat platform catch ("FIG. 5") will
prevent the seat from going all the way over. However, if more access is desired under the seat platform,
the seat platform catch can be raised allowing the seat to pivot more. Make certain to place the control
arms in the park brake position and pivot the arm rests upward before placing the seat platform in
the full forward position to prevent arm rest damage.
SEAT PLATFORM
CHECK
SEAT PLATFORM
CONTROL LEVER
FIG. 5
WARNING: Always wear adequate eye protection when servicing the hydraulic system and battery.
HYDRAULIC SYSTEM
IMPORTANT: Never use hydraulic or automatic transmission fluid in this system; use only motor oil as
specified. Remember, dirt is the primary enemy of any hydraulic system.
WARNING: Hydraulic oil escaping under pressure can penetrate skin. Hydraulic oil may cause infection in a minor cut or opening in the skin. If exposed to hydraulic fluid, see a doctor at once.
Before applying pressure to hydraulic system, make sure all connections are tight and all hoses and lines
are in good condition. To find a leak under pressure, use a piece of cardboard or wood — never use your
hands. Relieve all pressure in the system before disconnecting or working on hydraulic lines. To relieve
pressure, lower all attachments and shut off engine.
The 1.0 U.S. gallon (3.79 liter) hydraulic reservoir is located in front of the engine and under the operator’s
platform "FIG. 6".
Check oil level in hydraulic system after every 50 hours of operation or weekly, whichever occurs first.
Check more often if system appears to be leaking or otherwise malfunctioning.
Fluid level should be 1” from top of reservoir. Use only SAE 10W40 SG, SF/CC, CD service motor oil.
Change hydraulic system filter element ("FIG. 6") after first 50 hours of tractor operation, then replace filter
and oil in reservoir every 500 hours thereafter. When changing hydraulic oil use 1/2 unit (approximately
3.5 oz.) of Lubrizol additive (Hustler P/N 027912). This additive, available from your Hustler dealer, will
increase the performance life of the hydraulic system components.
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The system filter is located directly in front of the hydraulic reservoir. A standard oil filter wrench is used to
change filter, threads are right handed. Use a Hustler approved filter element only.
HYDRAULIC RESERVOIR
COOLING FAN
HEAT
EXCHANGER
ENGINE
HYDRAULIC FILTER
FIG. 6
FIG. 7
IMPORTANT: Prefill the filter element with clean oil, before installing, to prevent drawing air into the
system pump.
1. Fill the filter element with clean system oil. Smear a light coating of oil on upper surface of rubber seal.
2. Install the filter element on base. Tighten the oil filter by hand until the filter seal makes contact with the
filter head, then tighten an additional 3/4 - 1 turn with an oil filter wrench. — DO NOT OVERTIGHTEN.
3. Start tractor engine and let run at approximately 2/3 throttle for a few minutes to work any trapped air out of
the system before engaging the steering control lever.
4. Stop the engine and check the filter and connections for leaks.
5. Check the hydraulic reservoir for specified oil level. Add clean oil as necessary.
Clean or replace hydraulic reservoir cap annually. Cap may be cleaned by dipping in or flushing with
cleaning solvent. Follow manufacturer’s instructions and warnings for application of solvent type selected.
A hydraulic oil heat exchanger is installed on the Super Z. This heat exchanger is designed to keep
hydraulic system oil temperature lower in hot operating conditions or heavy continuous operating
conditions.
This hydraulic heat exchanger is located above the engine. Air is drawn across the cooling fins by an
electric fan located above the heat exchanger "FIG. 7".
Never force anything into the heat exhanger fins which may bend or distort them. For cleaning, use
compressed air or pressurized water only.
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FUEL SYSTEM
DANGER: Observe usual fuel handling precautions:
Do not smoke while refueling.
Do not fill tank with engine running or while engine is hot. Clean up any gasoline spills.
Allow engine to cool before storing machine inside a building.
Keep fuel away from open flame or spark and store machine away from open flame or spark if there is
fuel in the tank.
Use extra caution when handling gasoline and other fuels. They are flammable and vapors are
explosive. A fire or explosion from gasoline can burn you and others and can damage property.
Refuel outdoors preferably, or in well ventilated areas.
Never attempt to start engine when there is a strong odor of gasoline fumes present. Locate and
correct cause.
Store gasoline in an approved container and keep it out of the reach of children. Never buy more than
a 30 day supply of gasoline.
Always place gasoline containers on the ground away from your vehicle before filling.
Do not fill gasoline containers inside a vehicle or on a truck or trailer as interior carpets or plastic truck
bed liners may insulate the container and slow the loss of any static charge.
When practical, remove equipment from the truck or trailer and refuel the equipment with its wheels on
the ground. If this is not possible, then refuel the equipment on the truck or trailer using a portable
container and not a gasoline dispenser nozzle. If a gasoline dispenser nozzle must be used, keep the
nozzle in contact with the rim of the fuel tank or container opening at all times until fueling is complete.
WARNING: Gasoline is harmful or fatal if swallowed.
Long-term exposure to vapors can cause serious injury and illness.
Avoid prolonged breathing of vapors.
Keep face away from nozzle and gas tank or conditioner opening.
Keep gas away from eyes and skin.
FUEL FILTER
FUEL TANK
FIG. 8
FIG. 9
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The fuel tanks are located in the tractor’s fenders. ("FIG. 8") Total capacity for the fuel tanks is 15 U.S.
gallon (56.8 liter)
Use regular unleaded gasoline with an octane rating of 87 or higher.
The fuel filter ("FIG. 9") is installed in the fuel line between fuel tanks and engine fuel pump. Replace filter
annually or after every 500 hours of operation, whichever occurs first.
When replacing the fuel filter, check the fuel line hoses and fuel shut-off valve grommet for any cracks or
leaks. Replace as needed.
Hustler ATZ tractors are equipped with a fuel shutoff valve located on the right fuel tank mount ("FIG. 10").
Rotate the valve to the middle position (shown) to prevent fuel flow to the fuel pump. The forward position
allows fuel to flow from the right fuel tank to the fuel pump. The rear position allows fuel to flow from the
left fuel tank to the fuel pump. Close this valve to prevent fuel flow to the engine when servicing the fuel
system or when transporting the unit on a trailer or truck.
RIGHT TANK
POSITION
VALVE
CLOSED
POSITION
SHOWN
LEFT TANK
POSITION
FIG. 10
ENGINE OIL AND FILTER
Check engine oil daily and after every 4 hours of operation. Crankcase dipstick and oil filler tube are
located at the rear of the machine ("FIG. 11"). Tractor must be sitting level when checking oil. Refer to
engine manual and maintenance schedule for oil recommendation and capacities.
Change the engine oil and filter after the first 5 hours of operation, per the engine manufacturer’s
recommendations after that. If tractor is being operated in extremely dirty conditions, then it is
recommended oil be changed more frequently.
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The oil drain and oil filter are located at the rear of the engine "FIG. 11".
ENGINE OIL
FILTER
ENGINE OIL
DRAIN PLUG
FIG. 11
ENGINE AIR FILTER
Perform engine air filter maintenance per the scheduled maintenance chart. See ‘‘SERVICE AT
INTERVALS INDICATED’’ on page 12-8.
A specially designed dry filter is standard equipment on the Hustler ATZ tractors and supplies clean
combustion air to the engine "FIG. 12".
PRE-CLEANER
ENGINE AIR
FILTER
FIG. 12
RECOMMENDED SERVICE PROCEDURE
Many engine failures can be attributed to improper air cleaner servicing. Ingested dust and dirt will cause
cylinder, piston and bearing damage in a few hours. “Dusted” engines will result from:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Overservicing the air filter element.
Improper installation.
Damaged filter, seals or canister.
Incorrect air filter element size.
Use of poorly designed aftermarket air filter elements.
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Air cleaner servicing is an inexpensive maintenance check that can prevent costly non-warrantable
premature engine damage.
OVERSERVICING
Overservicing occurs when an air filter element is removed for cleaning or replacement before it is
necessary. Each time the filter is removed a small amount of dirt and dust could fall in the intake system.
This accumulated dirt can cause a dusted engine. It only takes a few grams of ingested dirt over the
normal service life of an engine to cause a dusted engine.
Do not clean element, replace with a new element only. Cleaning used air filter elements, through
improper cleaning procedures, can get dust on the inside of the filter causing dirt ingestion and engine
failure.
It is important to note that whenever an air filter element is cleaned by any method, the person or
company performing the cleaning assumes responsibility for the integrity of the filter from then on. The
Donaldson warranty for air filters expires upon cleaning or servicing in any manner because the
condition of the filter after servicing is completely out of their control. Therefore, on a dust
ingested engine failure, there will be no warranty consideration if the air filter element has been
cleaned or serviced in any manner.
A partially dirty air filter element works better than a new element. Therefore, a dirty filter element is not
bad for the engine unless it is excessively restricting the air flow and engine performance is affected. The
reason is simple. The media in the filter must be porous to allow air to pass through it. When dirty air
passes through the filter, the dirt plugs some of the holes in the media and actually acts as part of the filter
media. When the next round of dirt enters, the first dirt helps filter out even smaller particles making the
filter more efficient at stopping dirt from entering the engine. This is referred to as barrier filtration.
Of course, at some point the filter media becomes too clogged to allow air to pass.
The mowing conditions will determine the frequency of air filter element changing.
IMPROPER INSTALLATION OF AN AIR FILTER ELEMENT
Dust must not leak past the seals on each end of the air filter element. The filter must be aligned within the
canister and properly seated for an effective seal so that no dirt can enter the engine.
DAMAGED FILTER, SEALS OR CANISTER
Never bang or bump the filter element against the tire or any solid object, as dust and dirt particles will be
forced through the media causing continual passing of dirt into the engine. Visually inspect the outside of
the air cleaner canister periodically for external damage and replace if necessary.
INCORRECT AIR CLEANER ELEMENT
Use only the correct Donaldson air filter element, Hustler part number 785261, which is designed to fit the
canister properly.
Hustler air filter elements have the correct media composition, filter area, micron size and dimensions.
Always use genuine Hustler filters. Many aftermarket filters have been found to be incompatible with
Hustler’s canisters and engines.
The air filter must remain intact to block passage of dirt and foreign particles from entering the engine.
Being inclined to disbelieve the need for more expensive air filter elements used on gasoline engines may
cause some individuals to opt for a less expensive part.
The filter element must be sufficient size and construction to withstand stresses, caused by rapid cycling of
the air volume demanded by the engine, without cracking or tearing under fatigue and pressure (especially
diesel engines). Therefore, Hustler Turf Equipment and the engine manufacturers have carefully selected
a reliable filter designed to fit the needs of the engines. The filter specified is a Donaldson filter, Hustler
part number 785261.
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Owners should be reminded that failure to use original equipment replacement parts is an “alteration” and
will not be considered for warranty in the event of engine damage.
RECOMMENDED SERVICE PROCEDURE
1. Release clamps and remove element. Clean the canister with a damp cloth.
2. Before installing a new element, inspect it by placing a bright light inside and rotate the element slowly,
looking for any holes or tears in the paper. Also check gaskets for cuts or tears. Do not attempt to use a
damaged element which will allow abrasive particles to enter the engine.
3. Reinstall the dust cup. Make sure it seals all the way around the air cleaner body, then tighten the clamps.
4. Check all fittings and clamps periodically for tightness and inspect hoses for holes or cracks.
5. Periodically check the intake hose for signs of ingested dust. Locate and repair the source of ingested dirt.
6. Never operate a machine without an air filter installed.
AIR RESTRICTION INDICATOR
Any unit with a Kohler or Kawasaki engine will have an air restriction indicator installed in the air cleaner
"FIG. 13".
Replace the element whenever the restriction indicator shows reaches the change filter red line. Check the
indicator daily and replace element as needed or annually whichever occurs first.
Reset the indicator by pushing in on the yellow button after each element change "FIG. 13"
A restriction indicator takes the guesswork out of air cleaner servicing and allows you to safely benefit from
the filter’s optimum performance.
RESET
BUTTON
INDICATOR
FIG. 13
GENERAL ENGINE MAINTENANCE
Detailed instructions and recommendations for break-in and regular maintenance are specified in the
Engine Owner’s manual. Please refer to this manual for engine servicing, lubricating oil levels with quality
and viscosity recommendations, bolt torques, etc. The engine warranty is backed by the manufacturer.
Special attention should be paid to applicable data which will not be duplicated here.
BELT REPLACEMENT
"FIG. 14", "FIG. 15", "FIG. 16" & "FIG. 17" show diagrams and descriptions of the unit’s belt drive systems.
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Inspect these belts frequently for wear and serviceability. Replace a belt that shows signs of severe cuts,
tears, separation, weather checking and cracking, or burns caused by slipping. Slight raveling of belt
covering does not indicate failure, trim ravelings with a sharp knife.
NOTE:
Replace the belt every 400 hours or every two (2) years whichever
comes first.
VIEWED FROM
BOTTOM OF UNIT
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Pump belt
Engine pulley
Pump idler pulley
Pump idler arm
Pump pulley
Electric deck clutch
Pump idler spring
5
1
2
5
5
2
3
2,6
5
Deck Belt Drive Layout
1. Spindle drive belt
2. Deck blade spindle pulley
1
3. Spindle belt tension idler
4. Spindle belt tension idler spring
(9.0" at operation)
5. Deck belt idler
6. Idler arm
4
7
3
FIG. 14
4
6
72" XR-7 DECK
FIG. 15
5
5
2
4
2
2
4
5
5
2
2
3
5
2
6
Deck Belt Drive Layout
1
1. Spindle drive belt
2. Deck blade spindle pulley
3. Spindle belt tension idler
4. Spindle belt tension idler spring
(9.0" at operation)
5. Deck belt idler
6. Idler arm
60" XR-7 DECK
FIG. 16
5
3
2
6
Deck Belt Drive Layout
1. Spindle drive belt
2. Deck blade spindle pulley
3. Spindle belt tension idler
4. Spindle belt tension idler spring
(9.0" at operation)
5. Deck belt idler
6. Idler arm
1
FIG. 17
WARNING: If the pump belt fails, loss of control will occur especially when operating on a slope. If you
lose steering control while operating the machine, place the steering control levers in the park
brake position immediately. Inspect the machine and involve your Hustler dealer to resolve the
problem before continuing to operate.
Inspect the belt pulley grooves and flanges for wear. A new belt, or one in good condition, should never
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run against the bottom of the groove. Replace the pulley when this is the case, otherwise belt will lose
power and slip excessively.
Never pry a belt to get it on a pulley as this will cut or damage the fibers of the belt covering.
Keep oil and grease away from belts, and never use belt dressings. Any of these will destroy the belt
composition in a very short time.
MOWER BLADE MAINTENANCE
Check the mower blades daily, they are the key to power efficiency and well groomed turf. Keep them
sharp, a dull blade will tear rather than cut the grass, leaving a brown ragged top on the grass within a few
hours. A dull blade also requires more power from the engine.
Replace any blade which is bent, cracked or broken.
WARNING: Never attempt to straighten a bent blade by heating, or weld a cracked or broken blade as
the blade may break and cause serious injury.
DANGER: Never work with blades while engine is running or deck clutch switch is engaged (on).
Always place deck clutch switch in the disengaged position, place control levers in the park brake
position and turn engine off and disconnect negative battery cable. Block up mower when you must
work under it. Wear gloves when handling blades. Always check for blade damage if mower strikes
rock, branch or other foreign object during mowing!
WARNING: Always wear adequate eye protection when grinding mower blades.
MOWER BLADE REMOVAL
Use a 15/16" wrench to remove the 5/8" cap screw holding the blade to the spindle shaft from underneath.
Sharpen the blades on a grinder following pattern as shown "FIG. 18". Touch-up sharpening can be done
with a file.
Check the blades for balance following grinding. A commercial balancing tool is available through most
hardware supply stores, or balancing can be done by placing the blade on an inverted line punch or 1/2"
bolt. Blade should not lean or tilt. Spin the blade slowly, blade should not wobble. If blade is out of
balance, true it up before reinstalling.
Lay the blade on a flat surface and check for distortion "FIG. 19" and "FIG. 20". Replace any distorted
blade.
Do not re-use spindle bolts which have stripped, worn or undercut threads. Torque bolts to 118 footpounds when reinstalling blades.
WARNING: When mounting blades, rotate them after installation to ensure blade tips do not touch
each other or sides of the mower.
WARNING: Failure to correctly torque the bolt may result in the loss of the blade which can cause serious injury.
WARNING: Mower blades are sharp and can cut. Wrap the blade(s) or wear gloves and use extra
caution when servicing them.
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Warped Blade (Replace)
Cutting
plane
Straight Blade (Replace)
Comparison of Warped and Straight Blades
Resharpening
pattern
FIG. 19
Do not sharpen to original pattern (below).
It is easier to get a straight cutting edge following
the resharpening pattern shown above.
Cutting edge
Cutting Plane
Twisted Blade Edge
(replace)
Cutting edge
Straight Blade Edge
End view of blades, comparing
twisted and straightened blades
Original edge
FIG. 20
FIG. 18
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Adjustment
INTRODUCTION
Your Hustler ATZ was adjusted before it left the factory and was checked during predelivery setup.
However, after start-up and continued use, a certain amount of break-in wear will cause some adjustments
to change.
Remain alert for unusual noises, they could be signaling a problem. Visually inspect the machine for any
abnormal wear or damage. A good time to detect potential problems is while performing scheduled
maintenance service. Correcting the problem as quickly as possible is the best insurance.
Clear away heavy build-up of grease, oil and dirt, especially in the area of reservoir and oil and engine
combustion air; minute dust particle are abrasive to close-tolerance engine and hydraulic assemblies.
Some repairs require the assistance of a trained service mechanic and should not be attempted by
unskilled personnel. Consult your Hustler service center when assistance is needed.
STEERING LINKAGE
The neutral adjustment for the control levers in the neutral position is discussed in this section.
The tractor steering has been factory adjusted to eliminate creeping when the control levers are in the
neutral position "FIG. 21". However, should the tractor begin to creep, the control lever linkage can be
adjusted as follows:
CONTROL LEVER IN
THE NEUTRAL POSITION
PARK BRAKE
SLOT
CONTROL
LEVER
FIG. 21
CONTROL LEVER NEUTRAL ADJUSTMENT
Before considering any adjustment, check the tire air pressure and make certain hydraulic system oil is at
operating temperature. Unequal tire pressure will cause the tractor to drift to one side. Refer to tire
pressure information in the Maintenance section of this manual.
Fine adjustment to the unit’s steering is made with the adjustable pump linkage rods located between the
control lever and pump arms "FIG. 22".
Neutral is properly adjusted when the control levers are in the neutral position and the drive wheels are not
turning.
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JAM NUT
JAM NUT
CONTROL
PANEL
STOP
PUMP
ARM
PUMP LINKAGE
ROD
CONTROL
LEVER
FIG. 22
FIG. 23
If the tractor creeps in the neutral position the control linkage may be adjusted as follows:
1. Raise and block the tractor up so the drive wheels are off of the floor.
WARNING: Never work under the machine or attachment unless it is safely supported with jack
stands. Make certain machine is secure when it is raised and placed on the jack stands. The jack
stands should not allow the machine to move when the engine is running and the drive wheels are
rotating. Use only certified jack stands. Use only appropriate jack stands, with a minimum weight
rating of 2000 pounds to block the unit up. Use in pairs only. Follow the instructions supplied with the
vehicle stands.
2. Position the control lever in the neutral position. Disengage the deck clutch.
3. Start the engine and observe which way the wheels are rotating.
4. If wheel(s) are rotating forward, loosen the jam nuts on the pump linkage rods and
rotate the rod to lengthen the steering control linkage until the wheel(s) come to a stop
"FIG. 22". Repeat for the opposite side if necessary.
NOTE:
The left linkage controls the left hydraulic pump and the right linkage
controls the right hydraulic pump.
5. If wheel(s) are rotating in reverse then loosen the jam nuts on the pump linkage rods
and rotate the rod to shorten the steering control linkage until the wheel(s) come to a
stop "FIG. 22". Repeat for the opposite side if necessary.
NOTE:
The left linkage controls the left hydraulic pump and the right linkage
controls the right hydraulic pump.
6. When both wheels remain in neutral, tighten the jam nuts to lock the turnbuckle in
place.
7. Test again by moving the control levers forward and backward before returning them
to the neutral position. If the tires are in neutral, the unit is now ready for operation.
8. After adjusting for neutral it may be necessary to re-adjust the control lever stop
"FIG. 23".
CONTROL LEVER STOPS
The control lever stops "FIG. 23" are designed to do two things: First, and most important, they must keep
the pumps from bottoming out internally. Secondly, the stops may be adjusted to help drive straight when
the control levers are pushed forward against the stops.
To keep the pumps from bottoming out internally use the following procedure:
1. To make the first adjustment the tractor engine must NOT be running.
2. Check to make sure the control levers are against the stops before the pumps are
bottomed out internally.To do this, gently and slowly move the control levers forward
and feel if there is some resistance on the pump lever before the control levers hit the
stops. Check one side at a time. If you sense that the pump arms are stopping the
forward motion of the control arms, loosen the jam nut on the adjustable stop of the
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corresponding side and turn the stop (set screw) inward to stop the control levers
slightly before the pump bottoms out. Lock in place when the adjustment is correct by
re-tightening the jam nut.
3. Do this for each side.
To adjust the stops for driving straight when control levers are against the stops during operation:
1. Determine which drive tire is rotating too fast when both control levers are against the
stops. Then stop the tractor and loosen the lock nut on the side which is rotating too
fast and turn the stop (set screw) inward to stop the control lever sooner. Tighten the
lock nut on the stop and test again. Repeat this procedure until unit drives straight.
NOTE:
Since this is a hydrostatic drive, variables such as temperature of oil,
efficiency of pumps and motors, tire pressure etc. may effect the consistency of the ability to rely on the stops to drive straight without the
operator making minor steering adjustments with the control arms.
STEERING DAMPENER
The steering dampener, "FIG. 24", is spring loaded to return the control levers to the neutral position from
the reverse position. This gives the operator a sense of neutral during operation.
To set the steering dampeners in the correct operating position follow these steps:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Place the control lever in the neutral position.
Loosen the steering dampener’s front ball stud.
Pull the dampener spring housing pass the point that the internal spring is engaged.
Release the dampener spring housing and allow the internal spring to bring the
housing back to the neutral position.
5. Tighten the nut on the steering dampener’s front ball stud.
SPRING HOUSING
UPPER CONTROL
LEVER
CAP SCREWS
LOWER CONTROL
LEVER
FRONT BALL
STUD
FIG. 24
FIG. 25
CONTROL LEVER ADJUSTMENT
The control levers can be adjusted for operator comfort. By loosening the cap screws that attaches the
upper control lever to the lower lever "FIG. 25", the upper control lever can be pivoted to fit the operator’s
personal preference.
The control levers should be adjusted so that they align with each other when in the neutral position.
PARK BRAKE ADJUSTMENT
Occasionally check the park brakes and adjustment using the following method:
1. Position the control levers in the neutral position. Disengage the deck clutch.
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WARNING: Never work under the machine or attachment unless it is safely supported with jack
stands. Make certain machine is secure when it is raised and placed on the jack stands. The jack
stands should not allow the machine to move when the engine is running and the drive wheels are
rotating. Use only certified jack stands. Use only appropriate jack stands, with a minimum weight
rating of 2000 pounds to block the unit up. Use in pairs only. Follow the instructions supplied with the
vehicle stands.
NOTE:
The front brake link is not adjustable. "FIG. 26"
2. Raise and block the tractor up so the drive wheels are off of the floor.
3. Open the hydraulic pump’s bypass valve "FIG. 27", on the side that is being adjusted,
by turning bypass valves counter clockwise one-half to one revolution. The valve
stems on each hydraulic pump are located near the top and are identified as a hex
stud.
BYPASS VALVE
FRONT BRAKE LINK
(RIGHT SIDE)
FIG. 26
FIG. 27
4. Rotate the tire. The tire should rotate. Remember hydraulic oil resistance will prevent
the tire from rotating freely even with the bypass valves open. There should be no
resistance from the brakes at this point.
5. Move the control lever to where it is just inside (1/8”) the park brake slot "FIG. 28".
NOTE:
When the control lever is against the outside edge of the the slot, the
brakes should not be engaged.
6. Rotate the tire. If the brake is adjusted properly the tire will still rotate but friction will
start to become noticeable here. However, if no brake resistance is noticed, the brake
needs adjusted as follows:
7. Loosen the brake linkage jam nuts "FIG. 29".
CONTROL
LEVER
PARK BRAKE
SLOT
JAM
NUTS
1/8"
BREAK
LINKAGE
OUTSIDE
EDGE
FIG. 28
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TURNBUCKLE
FIG. 29
12-25
8. Rotate the tire and at the same time rotate the turnbuckle to shorten the length of the
brake linkage to increase the brake pressure. When you feel the brake begin to
engage, stop adjusting the turnbuckle. Re-tighten the jam nuts on the turnbuckle.
9. Place the control lever in the park brake slot "FIG. 28". The tire should not rotate when
the control lever is in the park brake position.
10. Place the control lever in the neutral position. The tire should rotate freely.
11. Close the hydraulic pump’s bypass valve.
12. Repeat steps 3 thru 11 for the other side.
13. Remove the jack stands and lower the unit. It is now ready to operate.
HYDRAULIC PUMP BELT ADJUSTMENT
The pump drive belt tension remains constant by means of a tension idler and spring "FIG. 30". There is
no tension adjustment of this belt.
NOTE:
Replace the belt every 400 hours or every two (2) years whichever
comes first.
WARNING: If the pump belt fails, loss of control will occur especially when operating on a slope. If
you lose steering control while operating the machine, place the steering control levers in the
park brake position immediately. Inspect the machine and involve your Hustler dealer to
resolve the problem before continuing to operate.
SPRING
PUMP BELT
DRIVE
TENSION
IDLER
FIG. 30
DECK DRIVE BELT ADJUSTMENT
The spindle belt tension remains constant by means of a tension idler and spring "FIG. 31". The spring
tension should be such that the belt does not slip under normal operating load conditions, assuming the
belt is not excessively worn or damaged. As belt stretches and wears in, adjustment may become
necessary. To increase belt tension, move the spring chain one (or more) link(s) at the anchor bracket
"FIG. 31". Installed spring length should be 9.0" ± .3" (22.8 cm ± .76 cm) originally with adjustments of .60"
(15.2mm) per chain link "FIG. 32".
IMPORTANT: Do not over tension the spring to compensate for a badly worn belt or pulley.
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TENSION IDLER
9.00”
3.00”
SPRING
FIG. 32
CHAIN
FRONT
BLOCKS
ANCHOR
BRACKET
4"
FIG. 31
FIG. 33
ENGINE RPM SETTING
The Hustler ATZ is designed so that the engine will run at 3600 rpm static pump load only. At this speed
the hydraulic pumps are running at their maximum rated speed.
DECK LEVELING AND HEIGHT ADJUSTMENT
The mower deck has three areas that may need to be checked and adjusted periodically. Before
considering any mower deck leveling adjustments, check that the tire air pressure is within the specified
range.
DECK LEVEL ADJUSTMENTS
Leveling the deck must be done in the following manner and order:
1. Check tire pressures to make certain they are properly inflated before starting to level
deck. The recommended pressures are as follows:
Drive wheels tire pressure........... 8 - 12 psi
Gauge wheels tire pressure ........ 8 - 12 psi
WARNING: Stop engine. Make sure deck clutch switch is in the down (OFF) position. Place control
levers in the brake position before leaving machine.
2. Park the unit on a flat surface.
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3. Raise deck and place 3.25” block under the back of the deck and a 4” block under the
front of the deck "FIG. 33". This will set the cutting height at 3-1/2 ".
NOTE:
Back of deck will automatically be set approximately ¼" higher.
4. Set cutting height at 3-1/2" in the height indicator by placing the height adjusting stop
in the 3-1/2" hole, and turning the height stop so that the pin side is against the stop
handle "FIG. 34"
5. Clamp the height adjusting stop against the stop handle "FIG. 34". This will assure
that the height will not move during the setting process. Otherwise, spring pressure
from the deck lift springs will tend to pull the stop away from the handle.
HEIGHT
ADJUSTING
STOP
STOP HANDLE
FIG. 34
6. Loosen all nuts on the deck lift threaded rods, and the hardware on the adjuster (on
the right front), until all the deck lift chains are loose, and the deck is sitting tightly on
all four blocks "FIG. 35", "FIG. 36", "FIG. 37".
NUT
DECK LIFT
THREADED ROD
NUT
DECK LIFT
THREADED ROD
NUT
CHAINS
CHAINS
NUT
FIG. 35
FIG. 36
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5/16" BOLT
ADJUSTER
JAM NUT
HARDWARE
FIG. 37
7. Loosen the two nuts on the front of height indicator so that the foot pedal is free
"FIG. 38".
8. Start the leveling process on the left front of the tractor.
9. Set the amount of threads protruding on the deck lift rod from the lift block at
approximately 1" "FIG. 39".
10. Jam both nuts against the block.
11. Push or pull on the deck lift foot pedal until the chain on the left front just becomes
tight, making sure that the deck stays tight against the 4" block.
12. While keeping the chain tight, tighten the nuts against the deck lift block on the height
indicator rod, just enough to carry most of the deck weight on that side—the 4" block
should be able to move with only a slight drag "FIG. 38".
13. Jam nuts tightly together against the deck lift block.
14. Go to the right front of the tractor.
15. Loosen the 5/16" jam nut on the adjuster lift chain "FIG. 37", and back the adjuster bolt
out to allow the adjuster to move up and down freely.
16. Be sure that adjuster is free to move up and down.
17. Tighten the adjuster bolt until the chain just becomes tight. Then tighten just enough
more to carry the weight of the front of the deck on that side—to check, move the 4"
blocks back and forth; they should move with a slight drag.
18. Tighten the adjuster bolt jam nut to prevent the adjuster bolt from moving "FIG. 37"
19. Tighten the hardware holding the chain and adjuster onto the deck lift arm.
20. Go to the right rear of the tractor.
21. Make sure that there is still slack in the chain. If not, loosen the two nuts on the block
holding the threaded rod until there is slack in the deck lift chain "FIG. 36".
22. Tighten the appropriate nut until the chain just becomes tight, and carries most of the
deck weight. Check by moving the 3.25" block—it should move with a slight drag.
23. Tighten the other nut on the opposite side of the block, and jam them tightly together
against the block.
24. Go to the left rear of the tractor.
25. Make sure that there is still slack in the chain. If not, loosen the two nuts on the block
holding the threaded rod until there is slack in the deck lift chain "FIG. 35".
26. Tighten the appropriate nut until the chain just becomes tight, and carries most of the
deck weight. Check by moving the 3.25" block—it should move with a slight drag.
27. Tighten the other nut on the opposite side of the block, and jam them tightly together
against the block.
28. Compress the deck lift assist springs so that there is 1” of space between the front nut
and on the spring and the rear nut on the deck lift block "FIG. 39". Typical both sides.
29. When completed, all chains will be tight, and deck cutting height will be set to the deck
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height indicator.
FOOT PEDAL
LIFT BLOCK
1"
1"
DECK LIFT ROD
NUTS
FIG. 38
FIG. 39
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Numerical Index
Part
No.
Page
No.
Part
No.
Page
No.
Part
No.
Page
No.
048876
051169
052860
053199
053660
054502
055749
055822
055939
055947
058776
4-7
9-3
2-3, 8-3, 8-7
4-9, 8-3, 8-7, 8-13
4-11
4-7
4-5, 9-3
4-9, 5-5
4-3, 5-3
3-3, 5-7
4-3, 8-5, 8-9, 8-13,
8-15
4-7, 5-7, 11-3
8-5, 8-9, 8-15
5-7
6-5
4-13, 6-3, 9-3
4-7
6-6, 11-3
1-1
3-3, 4-9
8-16
8-16, 8-17
3-3, 7-5
7-5, 11-3
11-3
4-13
10-3
2-3, 4-7, 4-11, 8-3,
8-7, 8-11, 8-13, 11-3
7-3, 11-3
8-3, 8-7
8-3, 8-7
8-9
8-9
8-13
5-5
8-5
8-5
11-3
11-3
8-7
8-11
8-3
8-11
8-13
8-13
8-13
8-13
8-13
8-13
8-15
109604
109743
109748
109948
110151
110152
110402
110411
110412
110674
110677
110679
110680
110681
110686
110855
212076
212472
259812
263517
305615
314104
344267
347443
347684
347989
348318
348391
348417
348458
348714
348755
348797
348862
348888
348946
349266
349761
349803
350264
350330
350397
350421
350884
351676
352591
354035
357384
357616
359547
366765
373191
3-3, 5-3
5-3
5-3
8-15
5-7
5-7
8-13
8-15
8-15
4-11
11-3
4-9
4-11
4-11
11-3
7-5
4-13
8-5, 8-9, 8-15
8-5, 8-15
6-3
2-3
8-3, 8-7
6-3
8-5, 8-9
4-9
5-5
4-5
4-5
4-3
4-5
4-11
4-11
4-9
4-11
4-11
4-11
6-3
4-13
8-13
4-7
4-7
4-7
11-3
8-5, 8-9
8-13
8-13
4-7
11-3
3-3
2-3, 10-4, 10-5
4-13
8-9
Index
Part Numbers
000323
000331
000398
000430
005116
008193
008573
012005
015495
015511
015818
016253
016527
016642
016899
016972
017004
017616
018846
019521
023655
024927
025007
025296
025395
028118
029751
029868
029876
029934
031997
032763
032771
033035
034272
034280
034843
036236
036244
037887
039677
041475
044818
045088
045765
045898
047654
108604 10/08
5-5
5-5, 11-3
5-5
5-7
4-7, 8-3, 8-7
3-3, 4-13, 7-3, 7-5
7-5
8-16, 8-17
4-5, 4-13, 8-3, 8-7,
8-13
6-4
5-5
8-13
4-13, 8-5, 8-9, 8-15
7-5
5-3
7-5, 8-5, 8-9, 8-15
5-3
7-5
4-5
6-5
4-7, 4-9, 4-11
4-3
8-5, 8-9
4-13, 6-3, 9-3
8-3, 8-7, 8-11
4-13, 8-5, 8-9, 8-15
5-3
4-3
4-9, 5-3
8-5, 8-9, 8-15
6-6, 8-3, 8-7, 8-13
3-3
3-3
3-3, 7-5
3-3, 4-3, 4-5, 4-7,
4-9, 4-13, 5-3, 11-3
5-3
8-16, 8-17
4-7, 4-13, 5-3, 7-5,
11-3
4-9, 4-11, 5-3, 5-5,
8-13, 11-3
8-13
6-4
6-3
5-3
5-5
6-3
5-7
5-3
059832
059931
060731
061077
061101
063198
068239
068478
068551
072272
077123
077859
078386
080358
083196
083279
086660
089938
103010
103184
103192
103200
106716
106732
107620
107621
108290
108291
108501
108516
108649
108661
109482
109483
109484
109485
109486
109487
109549
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Part
No.
Page
No.
Part
No.
Page
No.
Part
No.
Page
No.
377994
381657
381665
381673
381723
381731
381749
381848
387035
391375
392035
392191
392357
392597
392605
392613
392985
395533
538850
546572
548438
548453
549576
600221
600254
600296
600437
600893
600899
600901
600941
600961
601016
601053
601069
601089
601098
601130
601257
601260
601264
601265
601284
601285
601311
601344
601434
601461
601462
601463
601483
601549
601550
601554
5-3
7-5
7-5
7-5
7-5
7-5
7-5
2-2
6-3
7-5
7-3
7-3
7-3
7-3
7-5
7-5
7-5
2-3
8-5
2-2
8-7
8-3
8-13
4-9
8-13
8-15
4-5
8-17
10-3
1-1, 8-15
10-3
2-2
4-13
11-3
8-13
5-7, 11-3
11-3
11-3
5-3
3-3
3-3
3-3
3-3
3-3
4-13
4-7
8-5, 8-9
4-13
4-13
4-13
8-13
5-3
5-3
5-7
601555
601561
601615
601616
601626
601627
601628
601629
601631
601647
601648
601652
601653
601656
601675
601687
601727
601768
601769
601779
601791
601815
601967
601968
601979
601980
700484
704163
704643
704759
704932
705137
705178
705608
705954
710194
712257
712919
712927
713198
714998
720516
722199
724716
727172
727420
727438
727453
728147
740696
744276
746131
752386
756270
5-3, 5-7
5-3
1-1
3-3
3-3
3-3
3-3
3-3
3-3
11-3
11-3
1-1, 5-3
1-1, 5-3
1-1
5-7
3-3
4-11
4-11
4-11
8-15
10-3
10-3
10-3
10-3
7-5
10-3
3-3
4-9
4-5, 9-3
8-15
5-7, 11-3
5-3
4-11
3-3
5-5, 6-3, 8-5, 8-9
8-13
5-7
5-5
4-7
3-3
5-7
5-3
11-3
11-3
10-3, 10-4, 10-5
10-4
10-4, 10-5
10-4, 10-5
11-3
4-3
4-3
11-3
8-5, 8-9, 8-15
4-5
760637
765339
766204
767954
10-4, 10-5
4-7
8-16, 8-17
2-3, 4-7, 4-9, 4-11,
5-5, 8-3, 8-7, 8-11,
8-13, 11-3
3-3, 4-13, 5-5, 6-6,
7-3, 7-5, 8-3, 8-5,
8-7, 8-9, 8-13, 8-15,
11-3
7-5
3-3, 4-9, 5-3, 5-7
3-3, 4-3, 4-7, 4-9,
4-11, 4-13, 5-3, 7-5,
8-5, 8-9, 8-13, 8-15,
11-3
5-7
8-5, 8-9
8-9, 8-15
8-15, 11-3
4-3
1-1
5-7
8-13
5-3
10-3
5-5
4-3
5-3
4-11
4-7
4-5
4-11
4-9
4-5
8-5, 8-9, 8-15
8-5, 8-9
10-3
1-1
3-3
3-3
6-6, 7-3, 8-3, 8-7,
8-13, 8-15, 11-3
4-11
3-3
8-3, 8-7, 8-13
4-9, 4-11
4-5
4-13, 8-5, 8-9
4-13
2-3, 11-3
4-9
8-5, 8-9, 8-15
10-3
i-2
767962
768002
768515
768523
769166
769257
770842
770867
771428
772079
776476
778399
778738
779280
779306
779850
780841
781153
781211
781229
781260
781286
781294
781302
781385
781427
781443
781526
781534
781567
781583
781658
781708
781716
781831
781856
781872
781880
781922
782474
782573
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Part
No.
Page
No.
Part
No.
Page
No.
Part
No.
Page
No.
782615
782664
782771
782979
782995
783001
783118
783126
783563
783704
783712
783738
783829
783837
783928
783936
783993
784025
784066
784082
784108
784140
784207
784223
784918
784983
785188
785295
785378
785659
785808
786277
10-3
5-3
6-4
4-7
4-5
4-5
4-7
4-7
6-5
3-3
4-13
8-5, 8-9, 8-15
4-13
5-3
3-3
1-1, 3-3
3-3
3-3
6-5
3-3
3-3
11-3
1-1, 8-5
6-3
4-13
3-4
10-3
5-5
5-3
4-13
5-7
10-4, 10-5
786285
788018
788042
788166
788174
788943
789214
789321
789339
789404
789412
789420
789529
789537
789644
791830
792002
792051
792077
792887
792986
793232
793240
793265
793273
793281
793299
793307
793315
793323
793588
794081
10-4
5-3
3-3
8-3, 8-7, 8-13
3-3
5-3
7-3
4-7
3-3
7-5
7-5
6-5
6-5
6-4
4-7
10-3
8-5, 8-9, 8-15
11-3
7-3
8-13
5-5
5-5
5-5
11-4
11-4
11-3
11-4
11-3
11-4
11-3
10-3
5-5
794107
794446
794685
795633
795781
796219
796227
796235X
796524
796680X
796698
796714
796722
796953
797076
797084
797449
797654
797720
797845
797910
798603
798694
798702
799353
799395
808485
808493
928143
928150
928168
5-5
8-15
1-1, 8-9
1-1, 8-15
1-1, 8-15
4-3
8-16
8-5, 8-9, 8-15
5-3
8-15
8-17
8-15
8-15
10-5
11-3
5-5
8-5, 8-9
4-13
1-1, 8-9
10-4, 10-5
8-5, 8-9, 8-15
6-3
8-3, 8-7
1-1, 8-5
10-4
10-4
8-3, 8-7
2-2, 8-3, 8-7
1-1
1-1
1-1
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Part
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