Owner`s manual | Billy Goat BC2403 Brush Cutter User Manual

BILLY GOAT ® BC2403 Series Brush Cutter
Owner’s Manual
Patent Number D386768
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CONTENTS
Specifications and Sound/Vibration ..................................................................................................................
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Instruction Labels ..............................................................................................................................................
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Assembly Instructions ....................................................................................................................................... 5-6
Operation ........................................................................................................................................................... 7-9
Maintenance ...................................................................................................................................................... 10-19
Troubleshooting ................................................................................................................................................. 20
Illustrated Parts List ........................................................................................................................................... 21-28
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BC 2403 SERIES SPECIFICATIONS
BC2403IC
BC2403ICF
BC2403HF
BC2403H
BC2403HEB
Engine Type
Briggs and
Stratton INTEK
OHV
Briggs and Stratton
INTEK OHV
Honda GXV
Honda GXV
Honda GXV
Model Number
21A902-0149-E1
21A902-0149-E1
GXV390UTIDABG
GXV390UTIDABG
GXV390K1DE33
Horsepower
13.0 (9.7 kW)
13.0 (9.7 kW)
13.0 (9.7 kW)
13.0 (9.7 kW)
13.0 (9.7 kW)
Fuel Capacity
3.0 qt (2.80 L)
3.0 qt (2.80 L)
2.3 qt (2.18L)
2.3 qt (2.18L)
2.3 qt (2.18L)
Oil Capacity
1.5 qt (1.4L)
1.5 qt (1.4L)
1.2 qt (1.13L)
1.2 qt (1.13L)
1.2 qt (1.13L)
Engine Weight
58.0 lb (26.3 kg)
58.0 lb (26.3 kg)
70.5 lb (32.0 kg)
70.5 lb (32.0 kg)
72.5 lb (32.9 kg)
Unit Weight
266 lb (120.7 kg)
284 lb (128.8 kg)
294 lb (133.4 kg)
278 lb (126.4 kg)
291 lb (132.3 kg)
In accordance with
2000/14/EEC standards
106 dB(a)
106 dB(a)
106 dB(a)
106 dB(a)
106 dB(a)
Sound at Operator’s ear
93 dB(a)
93 dB(a)
93 dB(a)
93 dB(a)
93 dB(a)
Shipping Weight
315 lb (143.2 kg)
333 lb (151 kg)
348 lb (157.9 kg)
330 lb (150.0 kg)
340 lb (154.7 kg)
Overall Length
82.5 in (2.09 m)
Overall Width
32.0 in (0.81 m)
Overall Height
43 in (1.09 m)
Maximum Operating
Slope
15
o
15
o
20
o
20
o
20
o
SOUND DATA
SOUND LEVEL 93 Dba at Operator’s position
Sound tests were conducted in accordance with 2000/14/EEC and were performed on 2/21/2002 under the conditions listed below.
Sound power level listed is the highest value for any model covered in this manual. Please refer to serial plate on the unit
for the sound power level for your model.
General Conditions:
Temperature:
Wind Speed:
Wind Direction:
Humidity:
Barometric Pressure:
Sunny
o
o
80 F (25 C)
2.0 mph (3.2 kph)
South
63.5%
29.98” Hg (761mm Hg)
VIBRATION DATA
2
VIBRATION LEVEL .5g (4.87 m/s )
Vibration levels at the operator’s handles were measured in the vertical, lateral and longitudinal directions using calibrated vibration test
equipment. Tests were performed on 5/19/1995 under the conditions listed below.
General Conditions:
Temperature:
Wind Speed:
Wind Direction:
Humidity:
Barometric Pressure:
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o
o
89 F (31.7 C)
6.1 mph (9.9 kph)
West
49.7%
29.88” Hg (101.19 kPa)
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INSTRUCTION LABELS
The labels shown below were installed on your BILLY GOAT ® Brush Cutter. If any labels are damaged or
missing, replace them before operating this equipment. Item numbers from the Illustrated Parts List and part
numbers are provided for convenience in ordering replacement labels. The correct position for each label may
be determined by referring to the Figure and Item numbers shown.
PN 400268
(Item 169)
PN 890254
(Item 188)
PN 500349
(Item 186)
Item No 180 - PN 400424
(Item 180)
Item No 184 - PN 810736
(Item 184)
Item No 187 - PN 890301
(Item 187)
PN 900327
(Item 185)
Item No 192 - PN 500177
(Item 192)
Item No 191 - PN 500176
(Item 191)
Item No 189 - PN 500168
(Item 189)
PN 500279
(Item 190)
PN 100252
ENGINE LABELS
Honda
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Attach
shifter to
linkage
here
202
100
Brush Cutter Assembly Drawing
Figure 1
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ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
Your BILLY GOAT ® BC Self-Propelled Brush Cutter was shipped in one carton, completely assembled except for the upper
handle assembly and the front guard bar. Mounting hardware for the handle and guard bar is temporarily installed on the
lower handle and the front of the deck assembly.
READ all safety instructions before assembling unit.
A CB18, C50, SC50 or MCB50 series dry or wet battery with a 17.2 Ah rating is required when
replacing the battery.
Numbers in parenthesis ( ) refer to item numbers in the parts list.
1.
Remove unit from carton. Make sure the following items that have been packed with unit:








Upper Handle Assembly, P/N 500256
Guard Bar, P/N 500356
Bar Skids, P/N 500355
Owner’s Manual, P/N 500402
General Safety and Warnings Manual 100296
Honda or Briggs and Stratton Engine Manual
Warranty Card, P/N 400972
Ty-Wraps (4 ea)

Tube shifter with grip, P/N 500370
DISCONNECT spark plug wire before assembling unit.
2.
Remove mounting hardware (143, 115, 117, and 141) from parts bag. Use this hardware to mount the upper handle (40)
to the lower handle (51) and braces (5 and 6). See page 23 for bolt location. Tighten the hardware securely.
3.
Tighten bolts and nuts (item 143 and 117) connecting the handle braces (5 and 6) on the transmission linkage.
4.
Attach the shifter tube (item 22) with the hardware (100 and 202). Make sure the shifter moves freely.
5. Place a wood block under the deck and attach the skids (155) using the hardware (119, 141, and 117). Use the bottom
two holes on the longer end to attach to the front of the deck. The bolts should run from the inside out.
Warning: When attaching the Skids be careful of the blade. Wear thick gloves and
check the position of the blade before putting your hands into the deck to install
the bolts though the Skids.
9.
Attach guard bar (31) to Skids by installing with the hardware (33, 141, and 117) into the top two holes on the skids.
10.
For electric start models secure the battery in the battery plate (164), hook one side of the strap into the hole then
stretch the strap across the top of the battery and hook the opposite side into the opposing hole on the plate. Make sure
the battery will not move then connect terminals.
Items 117, 119 and 141 secure both front skid attachment and sides of front guard bar. Make
sure both are securely attached.
11. Reconnect spark plug wire.
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OPERATION
OPERATOR CONTROLS
The operator’s station is at the rear of the machine between the handlebars. The operator should STAND in a position to
allow both handlebars to be grasped firmly and which allows sufficient leverage to steer the machine. Operator’s controls are
shown below.
4
1
5
2
6
7
3
Operator Control Locations
1
2
3
4
Blade Clutch Lever
Gear Shift Lever
Choke
Throttle
5
6
7
ON/OFF Switch
Drive Clutch Lever
Pull Starter
STARTING
CHECK engine oil level before operating machine.
1.
Place equipment on a level, firm surface that is free of rocks or other debris.
2.
Place throttle in START position.
Throttle
3. Pull choke out (Honda engine only).
Choke
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4.
Units equipped with electric starters: Pull up on the ON/OFF switch until engine starts.
ON/OFF (I/O)
(Manual start shown)
DO NOT START equipment with drive or blade clutch engaged.
5.
Units equipped with manual starters: Pull starter rope to start engine.
PULL STARTER CORD slowly until resistance is felt. Then pull cord rapidly to avoid kickback.
6.
Push choke in (Honda engine only).
7.
Pull throttle control back to and allow engine to reach correct operating speed.
CUTTING
The best performance is achieved when cutting in dry conditions. The quality of the cut is directly related to ground speed
during cutting. Under most conditions cutting should be done in first or second gear. Third gear should be reserved for
conditions where weeds and brush are thinned out or not very tall. If the quality of the cut is not satisfactory, shift into a lower
gear.
1.
Move shift lever to correct position (1, 2, 3 or Reverse) for desired gear.
Gear Shift Lever
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2.
Press blade clutch handle down to engage blade. Allow blade to spin up to normal operating speed.
Blade Clutch Lever
3.
Pull drive clutch handle up to engage transaxle.
Drive Clutch Lever
SHUT DOWN
1.
Release drive clutch handle to disengage transaxle.
2.
Release blade clutch handle to disengage blade.
3.
Pull throttle control all the way back to the STOP position.
4.
Place the ON/OFF (I/O) switch in the OFF (O) position.
CLEARING A CLOGGED CUTTING DECK
DISCONNECT spark plug wire before servicing unit.
1. Shut engine off and wait for blade to stop completely.
2.
Disconnect spark plug wire.
3.
Remove clog from cutting deck.
WEAR durable gloves. Clog may contain sharp materials.
4.
Reconnect spark plug wire.
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MAINTENANCE
PERIODIC MAINTENANCE
Periodic maintenance should be performed at the following intervals:
Maintenance Operation
Every Use
Inspect for worn or damaged parts.
Daily or Every 5
Hours
Every 25 Hours
Every 50
Hours

Check for excessive vibration

Inspect for loose parts.

Sharpen blade.

Inspect belts for wear.

Lubricate throttle control cable and linkage.

Check blade clutch cable tension.

Inspect battery for corrosion, damage or leaks
(electric start units only).

Apply anti-seize compound to rear axles.

Check battery strap for excessive wear or rips
Every 100-150
Hours


Replace blade drive and transaxle drive belts.
COMMON REPLACEMENT PARTS
- Blade. P/N 500210. Original equipment replacement blade.
- High Lift Blade. P/N 500102. Optional replacement blade.
- Traction Drive Belt. P/N 500119. Original equipment replacement drive belt.
- Blade Drive Belt. P/N 500237. Original equipment replacement drive belt.
- Skid. P/N 500355. Side deck skid.
- Throttle Control Assembly. P/N 500213. Throttle control assembly, including cable.
CLEANING
Your BILLY GOAT ® Brush Cutter should be cleaned periodically to ensure optimum performance and service life. Clogs and
debris should be removed from the blade area and debris should be removed from the engine cooling fins. A garden hose or
pressure washer may be used for cleaning.
DO NOT SPRAY WATER DIRECTLY ON THE BLADE CLUTCH WHEN USING A POWER
WASHER. SEE FIGURE BELOW.
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BLADE REMOVAL AND SHARPENING
READ all safety instructions before servicing unit.
Numbers in parenthesis (N) refers to the item number in Illustrated Parts List.
Tools required:
- 5/8” socket, 1/2” drive
- Torque wrench, 1/2” drive
- Jack stands or similar device adequate to support weight of machine.
DISCONNECT spark plug wire before servicing unit.
1.
Disconnect spark plug wire.
2.
Lift and support front of unit to allow access to underside.
UNIT IS HEAVY. Make sure support is adequate to support weight of machine.
3.
Block blade to prevent it from rotating during removal.
4.
Remove blade bolt (139), lock washer (140) and friction washer (54).
Blade bolt (139) is a standard right-hand thread bolt.
5.
Remove blade (50) and install replacement blade.
When replacing the blade use BILLY GOAT Industries PN 500210 only.
When sharpening blade make sure to sharpen all cutting edges.
6.
Attach new blade with bolt (139), lock washer (140) and friction washer (54 removed earlier.
Inspect fasteners for wear and replace if necessary.
7.
Torque blade bolt to 55-60 ft-lbs.
8.
Reconnect spark plug wire.
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BLADE DRIVE BELT TENSION ADJUSTMENT
READ all safety instructions before servicing unit.
DISCONNECT spark plug wire before servicing unit.
Numbers in parenthesis (N) refers to the item number in Illustrated Parts List.
1.
Disconnect spark plug wire.
2.
Remove two screws holding engine base door (7) and remove door.
3.
Examine condition of belt and not position of idler assembly and amount of tension on belt.
4.
Loosen, but do not remove, two nuts (116) on top on engine base.
5.
Reset belt tension by reaching in through top of engine base with pry bar or long screwdriver and pushing idler pulley
against belt to increase tension (see below).
Adjusting Blade Drive Belt Tension
6.
While holding belt under tension tighten two nuts (116) holding idler pulley in place.
7.
Replace engine base door (7) and secure with screws removed earlier.
8.
Reconnect spark plug wire.
9.
Check belt tension by operating unit under conditions that caused belt slippage. If belt continues to slip it may require
replacement before operation may continue.
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BLADE CLUTCH ADJUSTMENT
READ all safety instructions before servicing unit.
DISCONNECT spark plug wire before servicing unit.
1.
Disconnect spark plug wire.
2.
As the clutch/brake wears or begins slipping or squealing, adjustment may be required to maintain proper cable tension
and clutch engagement. A properly adjusted blade clutch should require 10 lbs of force to depress the end of the clutch
lever. The blade clutch cable spring should stretch 1/4” to 3/8” (6.4-9.5 mm).
3.
Adjust cable tension by tightening or loosening cable adjustment nut on rear of engine base (see below). Be sure to
leave enough slack in cable to allow blade brake to engage.
Blade Cable Adjustment
If clutch continues to slip or squeal, do not operate equipment until adequate adjustment or repair
has been performed. Improper adjustment can cause clutch to overheat and slip, greatly reducing
performance and clutch life.
4.
Reconnect spark plug wire.
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BLADE DRIVE BELT REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENT
READ all safety instructions before servicing unit.
Numbers in parenthesis (N) refers to the item number in Illustrated Parts List.
Tools required:
- 1/2” socket, 3/8” drive
- ratchet, 3/8”
- drive extension, 3/8” drive
- universal joint, 3/8” drive
- pry bar or long screwdriver
- jack stands or similar device adequate to support weight of machine.
DISCONNECT spark plug wire before servicing unit.
1.
Disconnect spark plug wire.
2.
Lift and support rear of unit to allow access to underside.
UNIT IS HEAVY. Make sure support is adequate to support weight of machine.
3.
Remove two screws (103) and washers (141) holding engine base door (7) and remove door.
4.
Loosen, but do not remove, two nuts (116) holding idler mounting plate (26) to relieve tension on blade drive belt (29).
It may be necessary to pry idler pulley (9) away from its original position to release belt.
5.
Using drive extension and universal joint, loosen, but do not remove, four screws (107) holding belt guides (149, 150)
in place next to crankshaft drive pulley (9) at rear of machine.
If extension and universal joint are not available, remove stop bolt (110) and nuts (116, 117) to allow idler
arm to swing back and allow access to screws (107).
6.
Pull transaxle drive belt (10) from groove on pulley (9).
7.
Pull blade drive belt (29) from groove on pulley (9) and down past pulley.
8.
Pull belt back through hole in top of engine base and remove it from machine.
It will take some force to walk the belt past the front portion of the pulley.
9.
Install new blade drive belt (29) on groove in pulley (9). Push remaining length of belt back through engine base toward
clutch/brake drive pulley.
10. Install transaxle drive belt (10) on groove in pulley (9).
11. Reach through from rear of machine and pull new belt through and install it in the groove on the clutch/brake drive
pulley.
Make sure blade drive belt is properly seated in clutch/brake drive pulley (23) and is not resting in
gap between clutch/brake drive pulley (23) and transaxle drive pulley (46)
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12. Tighten four screws (103) to secure belt guides (149, 150).
Make sure belt is correctly routed. (See Figure below).
13. Adjust blade drive belt tension by reaching in through top of engine base with pry bar or long screwdriver and pushing
idler pulley against belt to increase tension (see below).
Adjusting Blade Drive Belt Tension
14. While holding belt under tension tighten two nuts (116) securing idler plate.
15. Check belt tension by applying force on side of belt opposite idler pulley. Belt should deflect 3/16”-1/4” (4.8-6.4 mm) with
force applied perpendicular to belt.
16. Replace engine base door (7) and secure with screws (103) and washers (141).
17. Reconnect spark plug wire.
FRONT
LOOKING THROUGH TOP
Blade Drive Belt (with
Transaxle Belt not Shown)
Blade Drive Belt
(Between Transaxle Drive
Belt and Deck)
Transaxle Drive Belt
Belt Routing Diagram
(Top View of Machine)
Figure 2
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TRANSAXLE DRIVE CLUTCH ADJUSTMENT
READ all safety instructions before servicing unit.
DISCONNECT spark plug wire before servicing unit.
1.
Disconnect spark plug wire.
2.
As the belt wears or begins slipping or squealing, adjustment may be required to maintain proper cable tension and
clutch engagement. A properly adjusted transaxle drive clutch should require 3 lbs of force to depress the end of the
clutch lever.
3.
Adjust cable tension by tightening or loosening cable adjustment barrel on rear of engine base (see below).
Moving the cable adjustment barrel IN decreases clutch tension. Moving the barrel OUT increases
tension.
DECREASE
INCREASE
Transaxle Cable Adjustment
4.
Reconnect spark plug wire.
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TRANSAXLE DRIVE BELT REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENT
READ all safety instructions before servicing unit.
Numbers in parenthesis (N) refers to the item number in Illustrated Parts List.
Tools required: ½” socket and ratchet, ½” universal extension bar, pry bar or long screwdriver, adequate support for
machine.
- 1/2” socket, 3/8” drive
- ratchet, 3/8”
- drive extension, 3/8” drive
- universal joint, 3/8” drive
- pry bar or long screwdriver
- jack stands or similar device adequate to support weight of machine.
DISCONNECT spark plug wire before servicing unit.
1.
Disconnect spark plug wire.
2.
Lift and support rear of unit to allow access to underside.
UNIT IS HEAVY. Make sure support is adequate to support weight of machine.
3.
Using drive extension and universal joint, loosen, but do not remove, four screws (107) holding belt guides (149, 150)
in place next to crankshaft drive pulley (9) at rear of machine.
If extension and universal joint are not available, remove stop bolt (10) and nuts (116, 117) to allow idler
arm to swing back and allow access to screws (107).
4.
Pull belt (8-10) from groove on pulley (9) and down past pulley.
5.
Slip belt (8-10) up and over pulley (9) and remove belt from machine.
6.
Install new belt in grooves on pulley (46) and transaxle drive pulley (9).
7.
Tighten four screws (107) to secure belt guides (149, 150).
8.
Engage clutch levers and make sure belt guides do not touch belts.
9.
Reconnect spark plug wire.
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WIRING DIAGRAMS
Starter Switch Wiring
Figure 3
RED
FUSE
B
RED
RED
20A
SWITCH
STARTER
SOLENOID
A1
+
BATTERY
WHITE
STARTER
MOTOR
-
M
BLACK
BLACK
ENGINE
GROUND
Starter Circuit Schematic Diagram
Figure 4
MAGNETO
ON/OFF
SWITCH
SPARK
PLUG
ENGINE
GROUND
ON/OFF Switch Circuit Schematic Diagram
Figure 5
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TROUBLESHOOTING
Problem
Possible Cause
Corrective Action
Engine will not start.
ON/OFF switch is in OFF position.
Move switch to START position.
Out of gasoline.
Fill gas tank.
Old or contaminated gasoline.
Drain gas tank and fill with fresh gasoline.
Spark plug wire disconnected.
Connect spark plug wire.
Dirty air cleaner.
Clean or replace air cleaner.
Starter does not turn.
Battery low or dead.
Charge or replace battery.
(Electric start only)
Battery cable disconnected or corroded.
Clean and secure battery terminals.
Defective starter switch or wiring harness.
Replace starter switch or wiring harness.
Defective starter.
Replace starter.
Blade drive belt tension incorrect.
Adjust blade drive belt tension.
Dull blade.
Sharpen or replace blade.
Clogged deck.
Unclog deck.
Excessive debris built up on or blocking
blade.
Clear debris from blade area.
Engine RPM set too low.
Check engine RPM.
Blade loose or out of balance.
Check blade for tightness. Rebalance if
necessary.
Engine loose.
Check engine mounting bolts.
Blade drive belt worn.
Replace blade drive belt.
Belt tension too low.
Adjust belt tension.
Belt worn or stretched.
Replace belt.
Pulleys worn or damaged.
Replace pulleys.
Clutch cable tension too low.
Adjust clutch tension.
Clutch worn or damaged.
Replace worn or defective clutch assembly
parts.
Inadequate slack in clutch cable.
Adjust clutch cable.
Clutch worn or damaged.
Replace clutch/brake assembly.
Clutch lever not engaging clutch.
Adjust clutch cable.
Clutch cable defective.
Replace cable.
Belt worn or broken.
Replace belt.
Transaxle will not disengage.
Clutch cable out of adjustment.
Adjust clutch cable.
Engine will not turn over.
Defective blade clutch.
Replace clutch.
Engine problem.
Contact an authorized servicing dealer for
your engine.
Will not cut or cutting performance is poor.
Abnormal vibrations.
Belt slips or smokes.
Clutch slips or squeals.
Blade brake will not engage.
Transaxle will not engage.
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Battery Care (For Electric-Starting Models)
Proper care can extend the life of a battery. Follow these recommendations to ensure your battery’s
best performance and long life:
• Do not allow the battery charge to get too low. If the machine is not used, charge the battery every 4
– 6 weeks. Operate the engine for at least 45 minutes to maintain proper battery charge.
• Store an unused battery in a dry area that does not freeze.
• Do not charge an already charged battery. In theory, you cannot overcharge our battery with a trickle
charger; however, when a battery is fully charged and the charger is still on, it generates heat that
could be harmful to the battery. A fully charged battery will read 12V-13.2V with a voltmeter.
• Do not continue to crank your engine when the battery charge is low.
Charging the Battery
Operate the engine for at least 45 minutes to maintain proper battery charge. If the battery loses its
charge, you will need to use a trickle charger to recharge it. Caution: The charger should have an
output of 12 volts at no more than 2 amps. Using a charger with higher amps will cause significant
damage to the battery.
• At 1 amp, the battery may need charging for as long as 48 hours.
• At 2 amps, the battery may need charging for as long as 24 hours.
NOTE: Using the Recoil Starter and then running the engine will not recharge a dead or significantly
discharged battery.
WHEN YOU ARE FINISHED CHARGING THE BATTERY, DISCONNECT THE CHARGER FROM
THE OUTLET FIRST, THEN DISCONNECT THE BATTERY CHARGER WIRES FROM THE
BATTERY. IF YOU LEAVE THE BATTERY CHARGER WIRES CONNECTED TO THE BATTERY,
THE BATTERY WILL DISCHARGE ITSELF BACK INTO THE CHARGER.
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ILLUSTRATED PARTS LIST
Engine and Engine Base Assembly
Figure 6
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ITEM
NO
DESCRIPTION
BC2403HEB
BC2403H
BC2403IC
Part No
QTY
Part No
QTY
Part No
QTY
4
Base Assembly with labels
500240
1
500240
1
500240
1
7
Door Base Engine
500233
1
500233
1
500233
1
22
Tube Shift With Grip
500404
1
500404
1
500404
1
23
Clutch Brake
500338
1
500338
1
500338
1
24
Grip 3/4 ID - Black
610102
1
610102
1
610102
1
26
Plate Mount Idler WA
500228
1
500228
1
500228
1
27
Pulley Idler 4.5" OD X 3/8”
500270
1
500270
1
500270
1
32
Bushing Shifter
500130
1
500130
1
500130
1
45
13 HP Honda GXV390 Electric Start
500333
1
-
-
-
-
45
13 HP Honda GXV390
-
-
500334
1
-
-
45
13 HP OHV B & S
-
-
-
-
520046
1
46
Pulley Drive Traction BC
500238
1
500238
1
500238
1
47
Spacer Engine WA 2401
500262
1
500262
1
500262
1
100
Screw cap ¼-20 x 1 1/4
8041007
1
8041007
1
8041007
1
104
Washer Split Lock 5/16”
*8177011
2
*8177011
2
*8177011
2
105
Plate Impeller Washer
850443
1
850443
1
850443
1
106
Screw Cap 7/16-20 X 2 3/4"
440285
1
440285
1
440285
1
107
Screw cap 5/16” – 18 x 1” HCS ZP
8041028
6
8041028
6
8041028
6
113
Nut Lock 3/8-16
*8160003
1
*8160003
1
*8160003
1
116
Nut Jam 5/16-18
*8142002
2
*8142002
2
*8142002
2
117
Nut Lock 5/16-18
*8160002
8
*8160002
8
*8160002
10
118
Bolt Carriage 5/16-18 x 1”
*8024040
2
*8024040
2
*8024040
2
120
Washer 3/8 FC
*8171004
1
*8171004
1
*8171004
1
131
Spacer Engine
830113
1
830113
1
830113
1
141
Washer 5/16” FC
*8171003
8
*8171003
8
*8171003
8
143
Screw Cap 5/16-18 x 1-3/4”
*8041031
1
*8041031
2
*8041031
4
149
Guide Belt LH
500230
1
500230
1
500230
1
150
Guide Belt RH
500231
1
500231
1
500231
1
151
Screw Cap 5/16-24 x 1”
*400164
2
*400164
2
-
-
156
Washer lock 7/16" ST Med
8177013
1
8177013
1
8177013
1
162
Cable Battery Red W/Charge
500304
1
-
-
-
-
163
Cable Battery Black 10"
790133
1
-
-
-
164
Bracket Battery Rear
500347
1
-
-
-
-
165
Strap Hold Down
790303
1
-
-
-
-
166
Washer 1/4” SAE
8172007
2
8172007
2
8172007
2
169
Label Fuel EN/SP
-
-
-
-
100261
1
185
900327
2
900327
2
900327
2
520200
1
-
-
-
-
187
Label Guards
Battery 12v w/ Label and hardware
(Hardware can be found at hardware store)
Label Read
890301
1
890301
1
890301
1
188
Label Ear Eye Breathe
890254
1
890254
1
890254
1
189
Label Chock Wheels
500168
1
500168
1
500168
1
190
Label Patent No
500279
1
500279
1
500279
1
193
194
195
196
198
199
Plate Choke Mount BC
Screw Machine 10-32 x 3/4"
Control Cable Choke BC
Ring Retaining External 3/4”
Label Outback BC
Label Product Decal
500325
430248
500326
520176
500293
890456
1
1
1
1
2
1
520176
500293
890456
1
2
1
520176
500293
890456
1
2
1
200
202
205
206
210
212
Screwcap 5/16 –18 x 2
Nut lock ¼-20 2 way
Label Spark Arrester
Carriage bolt 5/16”-18 x ¾” ZP
Label Made in U.S.A
Screwcap 5/16”-18 x 3/4”
8041032
8142004
100252
8024039
520116
8041026
1
1
1
4
1
5
100252
8024039
520116
8041026
1
4
1
5
100252
8024039
520116
8041026
1
4
1
5
186
Part No 500402
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Handlebar Assembly
Figure 7
Part No 500402
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ITEM
NO
DESCRIPTION
5
BC2403HEB
BC2403H
BC2403IC
Part No
QTY
Part No
QTY
Part No
QTY
Handle Brace Left
500196
1
500196
1
500196
1
6
Handle Brace Right
500200
1
500200
1
500200
1
17
Cable Clutch Blade BC2402
500259
1
500259
1
500259
1
18
Cable Clutch Drive BC2402
500327
1
500327
1
500327
1
39
Lever Control Blade
500312
1
500312
1
500312
1
40
Handle Upper BC2403
500383
1
500383
1
500383
1
41
Grip Handle 1” ID x 7.5”
500267
2
500267
2
500267
2
42
Lever Control Clutch
500406
1
500406
1
500406
1
44
Cable Throttle Control 36.0”
440178
1
440178
1
440178
1
48
Control Throttle
440013
1
440013
1
440013
1
51
Handle Lower RH BC2402
500141
1
500141
1
500141
1
52
Handle Lower LH BC2402
500140
1
500140
1
500140
1
55
Guard Hand BC2402
500339
2
500339
2
500339
2
56
Throttle Plate BC2403
500385
1
500385
1
500385
1
100
Screw cap ¼-20 x 1 1/4
8041007
1
8041007
1
8041007
1
102
Nut Lock 1/4-20
*8160001
4
*8160001
4
*8160001
4
108
Screw Cap 5/16-18 x 2-3/4”
*8041035
2
*8041035
2
*8041035
2
115
Screw Cap 5/16-18 x 2"
*8041032
2
*8041032
2
*8041032
2
117
Nut Lock 5/16-18
*8160002
10
*8160002
10
*8160002
10
119
Screw Cap 5/16-18 x 1-1/2”
*8041030
4
*8041030
4
*8041030
4
124
Washer 1/4” FC
*8171002
1
*8171002
1
*8171002
1
137
Ty Wrap
900407
2
900407
2
900407
2
141
Washer 5/16” FC
*8171003
9
*8171003
9
*8171003
9
142
Bracket Clutch Cable Guard
500321
1
500321
1
500321
1
143
Screw Cap 5/16-18 x 1-3/4”
*8041031
6
*8041031
6
*8041031
6
144
Screw Mach Flat HD Phil #10-24
830514
2
830514
2
830514
2
145
Nut Lock LT #10-24
8164005
2
8164005
2
8164005
2
146A
Grip Lever Yellow
500378
1
500378
1
500378
1
146B
Grip Lever Orange
500379
1
500379
1
500379
1
147
Label Start/Stop Toggle
500329
1
-
-
-
-
154
Screw Cap 1/4-20 x 1 3/4”
8041009
1
8041009
1
8041009
1
157
Switch box BC2403
500384
1
-
-
-
-
158
Switch Toggle, ON/OFF
500307
1
-
-
-
-
159
Harness Assy
500306
1
-
-
-
-
160
Bushing Strain Relief
500282
1
-
-
-
-
161
Label Throttle Pull Start BC
501314
1
501314
1
501314
1
170
Bolt Shoulder 3/8-16 x 1-1/2”
501313
2
501313
2
501313
2
186
Label Shift BC2402
500349
1
500349
1
500349
1
191
Label Clutch Drive
500176
1
500176
1
500176
1
192
Label Clutch Blade
500177
1
500177
1
500177
1
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Transaxle and Blade Deck Assembly
Figure 8
Part No 500402
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ITEM
NO
1
3
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
16
19
20
21
29
30
31
33
34
35
36
37
38
49
50
53
54
101
102
103
104
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
119
122
123
124
125
126
128
130
132
133
135
136
138
139
140
141
155
156
180
184
197
200
201
211
212
DESCRIPTION
Deck Assembly with Labels
Deflector Front BC2402
Transaxle 3 SPD BC2402
Pulley 5.0" OD ‘A’ Section
Belt Traction Drive
Plate Pivot Idler/Shifter
Shifter Pivot WA
Pulley Idler
Wheel & Tire 16" SP LH
Wheel & Tire 16” SP LH Xtrac No flat BC2403HF and ICF only
Arm Idler WA
Bar Shift T-axle
Angle Support T-axle
Rod Link Shifter
Belt Blade Drive
Spacer Spindle BC2402
Bar Guard BC2403
Screw Cap 5/16-18 x 1 ¾”
Spindle WA BC2402
Bearing 7/8" ID Sealed Press
Shaft Drive Blade
Spacer Spindle Bearing
Pulley 7" OD x 7/8" Bore
Nut Lock 3/8-16 Thin
Blade 24" BC2402
Adapter Blade WA
Washer Friction Blade
Bolt Carriage 1/4-20 x 3/4”
Nut Lock 1/4-20
Screw Cap 5/16-18 x 1-1/4”
Washer Split Lock 5/16”
Screw Cap 5/16-18 x 2-3/4 “
Bolt Carriage 5/16-18 x 3/4 “
Washer Flat 1/2”
Pin Cotter 3/32 x 3/4"
Bolt Shoulder 1/2 x 1”
Nut Lock 3/8-16
Bolt Idler
Screwcap 5/16"-18 x 2" HCS ZP
Nut Jam 5/16-18
Nut Lock 5/16-18
Screw Cap 5/16-18 x 1-1/2”
Screw Cap 1/4-28 x 1/2” GR5
Washer lock 1/4” S/T Med
Washer 1/4” FC
Screw Self Tap 5/16”
Pin Hair Cotter
Pin Cotter 3/32 x 3/4”
Washer 0.765 x 1.250 x 0.060”
Ring Snap 0.750”
Key 3/16 x 2-1/8”
Screw Cap 7/16-20 x 1-1/4” GR8
Washer 7/8 SAE
Key Sq 3/16 x 5/8”
Screw Cap 7/16-20 x 2” GR8
Washer Lock 7/16”
Washer 5/16 FC
Bar Skid BC2403
Washer lock 7/16 S/T Med
Label OPEI
Label Flying Debris
Washer Lock 5/16 twisted tooth
Washer Lock 5/16 twisted tooth heavy
Snap ring
Blade kit
Screwcap 5/16”-18 x 3/4”
Part No 500402
BC2403HEB
Part No
QTY
BC2403H
Part No
QTY
BC2403IC
Part No
QTY
500407
500125
500365
830180
500119
500122
500368
800260
500366
500170
500121
500127
500144
500237
500232
500356
8041031
500174
500101
500107
500115
500253
8161042
500210
500191
500108
8024021
*8160001
*8041029
*8177011
*8041035
8024039
900230
*8197016
500114
*8160003
800888
8041032
*8142002
*8160002
*8041030
850408
8177010
*8171002
*8123128
900471
8197016
850238
850230
9201087
800554
350153
9201072
500188
850132
*8171003
500355
8177013
400424
810736
800177
430298
850233
500210-S
8041026
500407
500125
500365
830180
500119
500122
500368
800260
500366
500371
500170
500121
500127
500144
500237
500232
500356
8041031
500174
500101
500107
500115
500253
8161042
500210
500191
500108
8024021
*8160001
*8041029
*8177011
*8041035
8024039
900230
*8197016
500114
*816003
800888
8041032
*8142002
*8160002
*8041030
850408
8177010
*8171002
*8123128
900471
8197016
850238
850230
9201087
800554
350153
9201072
500188
850132
*8171003
500355
8177013
400424
810736
800177
430298
850233
500210-S
8041026
500407
500125
500365
830180
500119
500122
500368
800260
500366
500371
500170
500121
500127
500144
500237
500232
500356
8041031
500174
500101
500107
500115
500253
8161042
500210
500191
500108
8024021
*8160001
*8041029
*8177011
*8041035
8024039
900230
*8197016
500114
*8160003
800888
8041032
*8142002
*8160002
*8041030
850408
8177010
*8171002
*8123128
900471
8197016
850238
850230
9201087
800554
350153
9201072
500188
850132
*8171003
500355
8177013
400424
810736
800177
430298
850233
500210-S
8041026
26
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
5
5
6
5
4
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
15
6
1
1
1
1
2
1
2
2
2
1
1
2
1
1
22
2
1
2
1
2
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
5
5
6
5
4
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
15
6
1
1
1
1
2
1
2
2
2
1
1
2
1
1
22
2
1
2
1
2
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
5
5
6
5
4
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
15
6
1
1
1
1
2
1
2
2
2
1
1
2
1
1
22
2
1
2
1
2
4
1
1
1
F020513A
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Blade Drive Spindle Assembly Detail Drawing
Figure 9
Part No 500402
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ITEM
NO
DESCRIPTION
BC2403HEB
Part No
QTY
BC2403H
Part No
QTY
BC2403IC
Part No
QTY
134
Spindle Assembly Complete
500242
1
500242
1
500242
1
30
Spacer Spindle BC2402
500232
1
500232
1
500232
1
34
Spindle WA BC2402
500174
1
500174
1
500174
1
35
Bearing 7/8" ID Sealed Press
500101
2
500101
2
500101
2
36
Shaft Drive Blade
500107
1
500107
1
500107
1
37
Spacer Spindle Bearing
500115
1
500115
1
500115
1
38
Pulley 7" OD x 7/8" Bore
500253
1
500253
1
500253
1
53
Adapter Blade WA
500191
1
500191
1
500191
1
54
Washer Friction Blade
500108
1
500108
1
500108
1
135
Screw Cap 7/16-20 x 1-1/4” GR8
800554
1
800554
1
800554
1
136
Washer 7/8 SAE
350153
1
350153
1
350153
1
138
Key Sq 3/16 x 5/8”
9201072
2
9201072
2
9201072
2
139
Screw Cap 7/16-20 x 2” GR8
500188
1
500188
1
500188
1
140
Washer Lock 7/16”
850132
1
850132
1
850132
1
156
Washer lock 7/16 S/T Med
8177013
1
8177013
1
8177013
1
Part No 500402
28
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