OM, Rider 11, Rider 13, Rider 11 Bio, Rider 13 Bio, 2003-08

Operator´s manual
Rider 11 Rider 13
Rider 11 Bio Rider 13 Bio
Please read these instructions carefully and make sure
you understand them before using the machine.
English
CONTENTS
Operator’s Manual for
Rider 11 and Rider 13
Rider 11 Bio and Rider 13 Bio
Introduction ......................................................... 2
Driving and transport on public roads .............. 2
Towing .............................................................. 2
Use ................................................................... 2
Serial number ................................................... 3
Explanation of symbols ...................................... 4
Safety Instructions .............................................. 5
General Use ..................................................... 5
Driving on Slopes ............................................. 7
Children ............................................................ 8
Maintenance .................................................... 8
Transport ........................................................ 10
Presentation ...................................................... 11
Location of the controls .................................. 11
Throttle/Choke lever Rider 11/11 Bio ............. 12
Clutch pedal Rider 11/11 Bio .......................... 12
Brake pedal/Parking brake Rider 11/11 Bio ... 12
Throttle/Choke lever Rider 13/13 Bio ............. 13
Speed limiter Rider 13/13 Bio ........................ 13
Parking brake Rider 13/13 Bio ....................... 13
Cutting unit ..................................................... 14
Lift lever for cutting unit .................................. 14
Lever for adjustment of cutting height ............ 15
Seat ................................................................ 15
Fuelling .......................................................... 15
Driving ................................................................ 16
Before starting ................................................ 16
Starting the engine ......................................... 16
Driving the machine ....................................... 18
Cutting tips ..................................................... 19
Stopping the engine ....................................... 20
Drive disengagement lever ............................ 20
Maintenance ...................................................... 21
Maintenance schedule ................................... 21
Dismantling of the machine hoods ................. 22
Checking and adjusting the steering wires .... 24
Checking and adjusting the brakes ................ 25
Adjustment of throttle wire ............................. 26
Replacement of fuel filter ............................... 26
Replacement of air filter ................................. 25
Checking the fuel pump’s air filter .................. 28
Checking the battery acid level ...................... 28
Ignition system ............................................... 28
Checking the safety system ........................... 29
Main fuse ....................................................... 30
Checking the tyre pressure ............................ 30
Checking the engine’s cooling air intake ........ 30
Checking and adjusting the cutting unit
ground pressure ............................................. 31
Checking the parallelism of the cutting unit ... 31
Adjusting the parallelism of the cutting unit .... 32
Service position for BioClip 90 ....................... 33
Checking the blades ...................................... 36
Replacing the break-pin ................................. 36
Changing the oil ............................................. 37
Lubrication......................................................... 37
Checking the engine’s oil level ....................... 37
Checking the transmission’s oil level ............. 38
Lubricating the belt adjuster ........................... 38
General lubrication ......................................... 38
Lubrication of front wheel bearings ................ 39
Trouble shooting schedule .............................. 40
Storage ............................................................... 41
Winter storage ................................................ 41
Cover ............................................................. 41
Service ........................................................... 41
Technical data ................................................... 42
EU declaration of conformity ........................... 44
IMPORTANT INFORMATION
Read through these instructions carefully so that you know how to use and maintain the machine before using it.
For servicing other than described in this manual contact an authorised dealer for parts and
service.
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INTRODUCTION
Dear customer
Thank you for choosing a Husqvarna Rider. Husqvarna Riders are built to a unique design with a frontmounted cutting unit and a patented rear-wheel steering system. Riders are designed for maximum
efficiency even in small or confined areas. The closely grouped controls and pedal-operated hydrostatic
transmission (certain models) also contribute to the performance of this machine.
We hope you will find this operator’s manual very useful. By following its instructions (on operation, service,
maintenance, etc.) you will significantly extend the life of the machine and even its second-hand value.
When you sell your Rider, make sure you pass on the operator’s manual to the new owner.
Travel and transport on public roads
Check the relevant road traffic regulations before driving the machine on a public road. If transporting the
machine on another vehicle always use approved securing devices and make sure that the machine is
securely held.
Towing
When your machine is equipped with a hydrostatic transmission you should, if necessary, only tow the
machine over short distances and at a low speed, otherwise there is a risk of damaging the transmission.
Intended use
This machine is designed solely for cutting grass on conventional lawns and other cleared and leveled
ground without obstacles, as rocks, stumps etc., and, in conjunction with accessories supplied by the
manufacturer even for other special tasks for which instructions are delivered with the accessory. Use in
any other way is considered as contrary to the intended use. Compliance with and strict adherence to the
conditions of operation, service and repair as specified by the manufacturer also constitute essential
elements of the intended use.
This machine should be operated, serviced and repaired only by persons who are familiar with its particular
characteristics and who are acquainted with the relevant safety procedures.
Accident prevention regulations, all other generally recognised regulations on safety and occupational
medicine, and all road traffic regulations must be observed at all times.
Any arbitrary modifications carried out to this machine may relieve the manufacturer of liability for any
resulting damage or injury
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Good service
Husqvarna products are sold all over the world and only through servicing dealers. This is to ensure that
you, the customer, get the best support and service. Before the machine is delivered it undergoes
inspection and is adjusted by your dealer.
When you need spare parts or advice on service issues, warranty terms, etc., contact:
This Operator’s Manual belongs to
machine with serial number:
Engine
Transmission
Serial number
The serial number can be found on the printed plate attached to the front, left-hand side under the seat.
Stated on the plate, from the top are:
•
The machines type designation.
•
The manufacturer’s type number.
•
The machine’s serial number.
State the type designation and serial number when ordering spare parts.
The engine number is punched on the valve cover. The text states:
•
Model.
•
Type.
•
Code.
Please state these when ordering spare parts.
The transmission’s serial number on hydrostatic machines is stated on the barcode decal located on the
front of the housing on the left-hand drive axle:
•
Type designation is stated above the barcode and starts with the letter ”K”.
•
The serial number is stated above the barcode and has the prefix ”s/n”.
•
The manufacturer’s type number is stated under the barcode and has the prefix ”p/n”.
State the type designation and serial number when ordering spare parts.
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EXPLANATION OF SYMBOLS
These symbols are on the machine and in the operator’s manual.
Study them carefully so that you know what they mean.
Read the operator’s manual
R N
Reverse
Neutral
Oil level
Fast
Cutting height
Use hearing protection
Noise emission to surroundings in accordance with the
directive of the European
Community. The machine’s
emission is indicated in the
chapter TECHNICAL DATA
and on the decal.
Slow
Engine off
Backwards
Clutch in
Clutch out
Warning! Rotating blades.
Never use the machine if persons,
especially children, or animals,
are in the vicinity.
Forwards
Never carry passengers on
the machine or equipment.
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Choke
Ignition
Parking brake
Warning! Risk that the
machine can tip over
Starting instructions
Read the instructions
Check the engine’s oil level
Check the hydrostat’s oil level
Lift up the cutting unit
Put the gear shift/hydrostat pedal in
neutral
Brake
If the engine is cold use the choke
Start the engine
Release the parking brake before
driving
Battery
Fuel
Hydrostatic free wheel
Brake
Never drive across
a slope
Keep hands and feet away
from under the hood when
the engine is running.
Clutch
Warning
CE conformity marking
Drive very slowly
without the cutting unit.
Speed limiter pedal forwards
Neutral
Speed limiter pedal reverse
Switch off the engine and take off
the ignition cable before repairs or
maintenance
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Safety instructions
These instructions are for your safety. Read them carefully.
WARNING!
The inserted symbol means that important safety instructions need to be observed. It
applies to your safety.
General use
•
Read all the instructions in this operator’s
manual and on the machine before you start it.
Ensure you understand them and then observe
them.
•
Learn how to use the machine and its controls
safely and learn to how to stop quickly. Also
learn to recognize the safety decals.
•
Only allow the machine to be used by adults
who are familiar with its use.
•
Make sure nobody else is in the vicinity of the
machine when you start the engine, engage the
drive or drive off.
•
Make sure animals and people maintain a safe
distance from the machine.
•
Stop the machine if any one enters the working
area.
•
Clear the area of objects such as stones, toys,
wires, etc. that may become caught in the
blades and be thrown out.
•
Look out for the ejector and do not direct it
towards anyone.
•
Stop the engine and prevent the engine from
being started until you have cleaned the cutting
unit or outlet channel.
•
Remember the operator is responsible for
danger or accidents.
•
Never carry passengers. The machine is only
intended to be used by one person.
•
Always look downwards and backwards before
and while reversing. Keep watch for both large
and small obstacles.
•
Slow before cornering.
•
Switch off the blades when you are not mowing.
8010-047
Read the operator’s manual before starting the machine.
Clear the area of objects before mowing.
6003-002
Never carry passengers.
8010-052
WARNING!
This machine can sever hands and feet as well as throw objects.
Failure to observe the safety instructions can result in serious injuries.
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
•
Take care when rounding a fixed object, so that
the blades do not hit it. Never run the machine
over foreign objects.
•
Only use the machine in daylight or in other
well-lit conditions. Keep the machine at a safe
distance from holes or other irregularities in the
ground. Pay attention to other possible risks.
•
Never use the machine if you are tired, if you
have consumed alcohol, or if you are taking
other drugs or medication that can affect your
vision, judgment or co-ordination.
•
Keep an eye on the traffic when working close to
a road or when crossing it.
•
Never leave the machine unsupervised with the
engine running. Always stop the blades, apply
the parking brake, stop the engine and remove
the keys before leaving the machine.
•
Never allow children or other persons not
trained in the use of the machine to use or
service it. Local laws may regulate the age of
the user.
WARNING!
Engine exhaust, some of its
constituents and certain vehicle
components contain or emit
chemicals considered to cause
cancer, birth defects or other
reproductive impairment. The
engine emits carbon monoxide,
which is a colourless, poisonous
gas. Do not use the machine in
enclosed spaces.
Keep children away from the area to be mowed.
6003-006
WARNING!
You must use approved personal protective equipment whenever you use the machine. Personal protective equipment cannot eliminate the risk of injury but it will
reduce the degree of injury if an accident does happen. Ask your dealer for help in
choosing the right equipment.
•
Make sure that you have first aid equipment
close at hand when using the machine.
•
Never use the machine when barefoot. Always
wear protective shoes or protective boots,
preferably with steel toes.
•
Wear approved protective glasses or full-face
visor during assembly and when operating.
•
Never wear loose fitting clothes that can catch in
moving parts.
•
Use ear protectors to eliminate the risk for
impairment of hearing.
Personal protective equipment.
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8011-292
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Driving on slopes
Driving on slopes is one of the operations where
the risk of the driver losing control of the machine or
of it overturning is the greatest; this can result in
serious injury or death. All slopes demand extra
care. If you cannot reverse up a slope or if you feel
unsure, do not mow it.
Proceed as follows:
•
Remove obstacles such as stones, branches,
etc.
•
Mow upwards and downwards, not sideways.
•
Do not use the machine on ground that slopes
more than 15°.
•
Avoid starting or stopping on a slope. If the tyres
start to slip, stop the blades and drive slowly
down the slope.
•
Always drive smoothly and slowly on slopes.
•
Do not make any sudden changes in speed or
direction.
•
Avoid unnecessary turns on slopes, if
necessary, turn slowly and gradually downwards
if possible.
•
Watch out for and avoid driving over furrows,
holes and bumps. It is easier for the machine to
overturn on uneven ground. Tall grass can hide
obstacles.
•
Drive slowly. Do not turn the wheel sharply.
Rider 11: Select a low gear so that you will not
need to stop to change gear. The machine
engine-brakes even better in low gear.
•
Take extra care if any attachments are fitted that
can change the stability of the machine.
•
Do not mow too close to edges, ditches or
banks. The machine can suddenly overturn if
one wheel comes over the edge of a steep slope
or a ditch, or if an edge gives way.
•
Do not mow wet grass. It is slippery, and tyres
can lose their grip so that the machine skids.
•
Do not try to stabilize the machine by putting
your foot on the ground.
•
When cleaning the chassis the machine must
never be driven close to an edge or ditch.
•
Follow the manufacturer’s recommendations
regarding wheel weights or counterbalance
weights to increase stability.
6003-004
Mow upwards and downwards on slopes, not sideways.
Be especially careful when driving on slopes.
8010-054
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Children
•
Serious accidents may occur if you fail to be on
your guard for children in the vicinity of the
machine. Children are often attracted to the
machine and mowing. Never assume that
children will remain where you last saw them.
•
Keep children away from the area to be mowed
and under close supervision by another adult.
•
Keep an eye out and shut off the machine if
children enter the work area.
•
Before and during reversing procedures, look
behind you and down for small children.
•
Never allow children to ride along. They can fall
off and seriously injure themselves or be in the
way for safe manoeuvring of the machine.
•
Never allow children to operate the machine.
•
Be particularly careful near corners, bushes,
trees or other objects that block your view.
Never allow children to operate the machine.
8010-057
Never fill the fuel tank indoors.
8010-058
Maintenance
•
Stop the engine. Prevent starting by removing
the ignition cable from the spark plug or remove
the ignition key before making any adjustments
or carrying out maintenance.
•
Never fill the fuel tank indoors.
•
Petrol and petrol fumes are poisonous and
extremely flammable. Be especially careful when
handling petrol, as carelessness can result in
personal injury or fire.
•
Only store fuel in containers approved for the
purpose.
•
Never remove the fuel cap and fill the petrol tank
while the engine is running.
•
Allow the engine to cool before refuelling. Do not
smoke. Do not fill petrol in the vicinity of sparks
or naked flames.
•
Observe the risk of environmental damage when
handling oil, fuel and the battery. Remember to
follow local regulations concerning waste handling.
•
Electric shocks can result in injury. Do not touch
the ignition lead when the engine is running. Do
not test the ignition system with your fingers.
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
•
If leaks arise in the fuel system, the engine must
not be started until the problem has been
resolved.
•
Store the machine and fuel in such a way that
there is no risk that leaking fuel or fumes can
cause any damage.
•
Check the fuel level before each use and leave
space for the fuel to expand, because the heat
from the engine and the sun may otherwise
cause the fuel to expand and overflow.
•
Avoid overfilling. If you spill petrol on the
machine, wipe up the spill and wait until it has
evaporated before starting the engine. If you spill
petrol on your clothing, change your clothing.
•
Allow the machine to cool before performing any
actions in the engine compartment.
•
Be especially careful when handling battery
acid. Acid on the skin can cause serious
corrosive injuries. In the event of spillage on the
skin wash immediately with water.
•
Acid in the eyes can cause blindness, contact a
doctor immediately.
•
Take care with battery maintenance. Explosive
gases form in the battery. Never perform
maintenance on the battery while smoking or in
the vicinity of open flames or sparks. This can
cause the battery to explode and cause serious
injuries.
•
Make sure all nuts and bolts are tightened
correctly and that the equipment is in good
condition.
•
Do not modify safety equipment. Check regularly
to be sure it works properly. The machine must
not be driven if protective plates, protective
covers, safety switches or other protective
devices are not fitted or are defective.
•
Do not change the setting of governors and
avoid running the engine at excessively high
revs. If you run too fast, you risk damaging the
machine components.
•
Observe the risk of injury caused by moving or
hot parts if the engine is started with the engine
cover opened or the protective covers removed.
WARNING!
The engine and the exhaust
system become very hot during
operation.
Risk of burn injuries if touched.
WARNING!
The battery contains lead and lead
pollutants, chemicals that are
considered to cause cancer,
birth defects or other reproductive
impairment. Wash your hands
after touching the battery.
Do not smoke when carrying out maintenance.
6003-009
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
•
Never use the machine indoors or in spaces
lacking proper ventilation. Exhaust fumes contain carbon monoxide, an odourless, poisonous
and highly dangerous gas.
•
Stop and inspect the equipment if you run over
or into anything. If necessary, make repairs
before starting.
•
Never make adjustments with the engine
running.
•
The machine is tested and approved only with
the equipment originally provided or
recommended by the manufacturer.
•
The blades are sharp and can cause cuts. Wrap
the blades or wear protective gloves when
handling them.
•
Check regularly that the parking brake works.
Adjust and maintain as required.
•
The mulching unit should only be used where
better quality mowing is required and in known
areas.
•
Reduce the risk of fire by removing grass, leaves
and other debris that may have fastened on the
machine. Allow the machine to cool before
putting it in storage.
Never run the machine in an enclosed area.
8009-467
Transport
•
The machine is heavy and can cause serious
crush injuries. Be especially careful when it is
loaded in or out of a car or on and off of a trailer.
•
Use an approved trailer to transport the machine. Activate the parking brake and secure the
machine using approved fasteners, such as
tension belts, chains or ropes when transporting.
•
8010-061
Regularly clean grass, leaves and other debris from the
machine.
Check and observe local road traffic regulations
before transporting or driving the machine on
roads.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION
The parking brake is not sufficient to lock
the machine during transport. Ensure you
secure the machine firmly to the transporting vehicle. Reverse the machine on to the
transporting vehicle to prevent it from
overturning.
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PRESENTATION
Presentation
Congratulation on your choice of a first-class quality
product.
Four models equipped with engines from Briggs &
Stratton are described in this operator’s manual.
Rider 11 and Rider 11 Bio has an in-line gearbox
with five forward gears and one reverse gear.
On the Rider 13 and Rider 13 Bio the power transmission from the engine is handled by a hydrostatic
gearbox which enables stepless variation of the
speed.
6004-001Hy
6017-213
8009-573
Location of the controls
1.
Ignition lock
2.
Throttle/Choke lever
3.
Adjustment of cutting height
4.
Lifting lever, cutting unit
5.
Speed control for reversing
(only on 13 and 13 Bio)
6.
Speed limiter for driving forwards on
13 and 13 Bio
Parking brake on 11 and 11 Bio
7.
Parking brake on 13 and 13 Bio
Clutch pedal on 11 and 11 Bio
8.
Lock button for parking brake (left side on
13 and 13 Bio, right side on 11 and 11 Bio)
9.
Seat adjustment
10. Fuel tank cap
11. Main lock (under seat)
12. Lever for disengagement of drive
(only on 13 and 13 Bio)
13. Gear lever on 11 and 11 Bio
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PRESENTATION RIDER 11 / 11 BIO
Throttle and Choke lever
The engine speed is adjusted with the throttle
control, and thereby also the rotation speed of the
blades.
The control is also used to activate the choke
function. When the choke is used the engine
receives a richer mixture of fuel and air, which
simplifies cold start.
6004-004
Clutch pedal
The clutch pedal disengages the engine and stops
forward movement.
The blades are not affected by the clutch pedal.
6004-005
Brake pedal / Parking brake
The brake pedal activates a disc brake which is
placed on the gearbox and brakes the drive wheels.
When braking the clutch pedal should also be
pushed down to achieve best braking power.
The brake pedal also operates as a parking brake if
the lock button is pressed in when the pedal is
pressed.
6004-006
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PRESENTATION RIDER 13/13 BIO
Throttle and Choke lever
The engine speed is adjusted with the throttle
control, and thereby also the rotation speed of the
blades.
The control is also used to activate the choke
function. When the choke is used the engine
receives a richer mixture of fuel and air, which
simplifies cold start.
6004-004H
Speed limiter
The speed of the machine is steplessly regulated
with two pedals. Pedal (1) is used to drive forwards
and pedal (2) for reversing.
2
1
WARNING!
Make sure that branches do not
obstruct the pedals when mowing
under bushes, otherwise you may
lose control.
8009-572
Parking brake
The parking brake is applied as follows:
1. Press down the brake pedal.
2. Press in the lock button on the steering column.
3. Release up the brake pedal while holding the
button pressed.
The lock on the parking brake automatically
disconnects when the brake pedal is pressed.
6004-006H
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PRESENTATION
Cutting unit
Rider 11 and Rider 13 have a cutting unit with rear
ejection, i.e. the grass cuttings are thrown out
behind the cutting unit.
6004-009Hy
Rider 11 Bio and Rider 13 Bio have a twin-blade
BioClip cutting unit.
6017-214
Lift lever for cutting unit
The lift lever is used to set the cutting unit in transport or cutting position.
If the lever is pulled back the unit will lift up and the
blades will automatically stop rotating (transport
position).
If the lock button is pressed and the lever is moved
forward the unit will be lowered and the blades will
automatically start rotating (cutting position).
The lever can also be used to temporarily regulate
the cutting height, e.g. for a small mound in the lawn.
Lifting of the cutting unit (transport position)
6004-011H
6004-012H
Lowering of the cutting unit (cutting position)
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PRESENTATION
Lever for adjustment of cutting height
With this lever the cutting height can be adjusted to
9 different positions.
Cutting unit with rear ejection, 40-90 mm
(1 9/16" - 3 9/16")
BioClip cutting unit,
45-95 mm
(1 3/4" - 3 3/4")
Rider 13 H
6004-013H
Seat
The seat has a jointed attachment on the front
edge and can be tipped forward.
The seat can also be adjusted lengthways.
Release the knobs under the seat and adjust it
forwards or backwards to the required position.
Lock the adjustment with the wheels.
6004-014
Fuelling
The engine should be run on 85 octane unleaded
petrol/gasoline (no added oil). Environmentally
adapted alkylate fuel is also recommended.
Do not use petrol that contains methanol.
Do not fill the tank completely, leave an expansion
area of at least 2.5 cm (1").
WARNING!
Petrol/gasoline is highly
inflammable. Observe care and
fill up with fuel outdoors
(see safety instructions).
6004-015
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DRIVING
IMPORTANT INFORMATION
The air intake grille in the engine cover
behind the driver’s seat must not be
blocked by, for example, clothing, leaves,
grass or dirt.
Impaired cooling of the engine. Risk of
major engine damage.
8009-431
Before starting
•
Read the safety instructions and information on
the location and function of the controls before
starting (see pages 5-15).
•
Conduct daily maintenance before starting
(see maintenance schedule on page 21).
Adjust the seat to the required position.
Starting the engine
1. Lift up the cutting unit by pulling the lever backwards to locked position (transport position).
6007-001H
2. Apply the parking brake. This is done as follows:
• Press down the brake pedal (1).
2
• Press in the lock button on the steering
column (2).
• Release the brake pedal while the button is
held pressed.
The parking brake lock disconnects automatically when the brake pedal is pressed down.
1
On the Rider 11 and Rider 11 Bio the brake
pedal and lock button are on the right side.
Rider 13
3. For Rider 11 and Rider 11 Bio: Set the gear
lever to position ”N” (neutral).
6007-002H
N
IMPORTANT INFORMATION
Do not press the reverse lock button on
the lever when you select neutral. If you
do, it could trigger the start lock.
Rider 11
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6007-003
DRIVING
Cold engine:
4. Push the throttle control to position 3 (choke
position). In this position the engine receives a
richer mixture so that the engine starts more
easily.
2
1
3
The throttle must be moved to the side (towards
the ignition key) to reach the choke position.
6007-004H
Warm engine:
5. Set the throttle control midway between position
1 and 2.
2
1
3
6007-005H
6. Turn the ignition key to start position.
STOP START
IMPORTANT INFORMATION
Do not run the starter motor for more than
15 seconds at a time. If the engine does
not start wait about 1 minute before trying
again.
6007-006
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DRIVING
7. When the engine has started release the ignition key to neutral position.
Push the throttle control to the required speed.
For cutting 3/4 to full throttle.
STOP START
WARNING!
Never run the engine indoors, in
enclosed or poorly ventilated
areas. The exhaust fumes
contain toxic carbon monoxide.
6007-007
Driving the machine
1. Release the parking brake by pressing down the
brake pedal.
2. For Rider 13 and Rider 13 Bio
Carefully press down one of the pedals until the
correct speed is reached.
Rider 13
6007-010H
To drive forwards: press down pedal (1).
To reverse: press down pedal (2).
2
For Rider 11 and Rider 11 Bio
1
Press the clutch and engage the required gear.
To engage reverse gear the lock button must be
pressed down.
• Gears 1–4 are used for mowing.
• Gears 4–5 are used for transport.
Starting is possible irrespective of which gear is
engaged.
Rider 13
8009-572
IMPORTANT INFORMATION
Do not change gear from forward drive to
reverse while the machine is moving.
N
The clutch must be used for each gear
change.
Stop the machine before changing for
forward drive to reverse, otherwise the
gearbox can be damaged.
Never use force to engage a gear. If a gear
will not engage directly release and push
down the clutch again, and then try to
engage the gear again.
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Rider 11
6007-003
DRIVING
3. Select the required cutting height (1-9) with the
cutting height lever.
To obtain a uniform cutting height it is important
that the tyre pressures are equal on both front
wheels 60 kPa (8,5 PSI).
6007-008H
4. Push in the lock button on the lift lever and lower
down the cutting unit.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION
The service-life of the drive belts increases considerably if the engine is run
at low speed when engaging the blades.
For this reason do not increase the throttle until the cutting unit has been lowered
to the cutting position.
Cutting tips
6007-009H
•
Localise and mark stones and other fixed
objects to avoid collision.
•
Start with a high cutting height and reduce down
until the required cutting result are obtained.
•
The cutting results are best with a high engine
speed (fast rotating blades) and low driving
speed (slow moving machine). If the grass is not
too high and thick, the driving speed can be
increased without noticeably depreciating the
mowing result.
6007-012
•
The best lawns are achieved if the grass is cut
often. Mowing becomes more uniform and the
grass cuttings become more evenly distributed
over the surface. The total time consumption is
not greater since it is possible to select a higher
driving speed without inferior mowing results.
•
Avoid mowing a wet lawn. The mowing results
are inferior since the wheels sink down into the
soft lawn.
•
Hose down the cutting unit with water underneath each time it is used. Put the cutting unit in
the service position first.
•
If you use the BioClip unit it is important to mow
the grass regularly.
WARNING!
Clear the lawn from stones and
other object which can be thrown
out by the blades.
Mowing pattern
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DRIVING
WARNING!
Never drive the machine on
ground with a slope of more
than 15°. Mow slopes upwards
and downwards, never across.
Avoid sudden changes in
direction.
Hill start, manual gearbox
1. Press down the parking brake.
MAX 15°
2. Push the throttle control to full throttle position.
3. Push down the clutch and engage first gear.
4. Carefully release the clutch.
6007-013
5. When the engine starts to pull, release the
parking brake.
Stopping the engine
Preferably allow the engine to idle for a minute to
obtain normal working temperature before stopping
it if it has been working hard.
1. Lift up the cutting unit by pulling the lever back to
the end position.
6007-014H
2. Rider 11 and Rider 11 Bio: Pull back the
throttle control and put the gear lever into neutral
”N” without pressing the reverse lock button.
Turn the ignition key to the ”STOP” position.
STOP START
Rider 13 and Rider 13 Bio: Pull back the
throttle lever and turn the ignition key to the
”STOP” position.
3. When the rider mower is stationary, hold down
the parking brake and push in the lock button.
6007-015
Release lever Rider 13 and Rider 13 Bio
In order to move the machine when the engine is
switched off the release lever must be pressed
down and forwards.
8009-574
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MAINTENANCE
Maintenance schedule
The following is a list of the maintenance which should be conducted on the machine. For the items which
are not described in these instructions go to an authorised service workshop.
Daily
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before start
Maintenance
Check the engine’s oil level
Check the engine’s cooling air inlet
Check the fuel pump’s air filter
Check the steering wires
Check the brakes
Check the battery
Check the safety system
Check screws and nuts
Check for fuel and oil leakage
Clean around the silencer
Change the engine oil 1)
Replace the air filter’s prefilter 2)
Check the cutting unit
Check the tyre pressures (60 kPa/8,5 PSI)
Lubricating the belt adjuster 3)
Lubricate joints and shafts 3)
Adjust the brakes – Rider 11 and Rider 11 Bio
Check the V-belts
Check the transmission’s cooling flanges –
Rider 13 and Rider 13 Bio
Check the transmission’s oil level – Rider 13 and
Rider 13 Bio
Adjust the brakes – Rider 13 and Rider 13 Bio
Check and adjust the throttle wire
Clean the cooling flanges on the engine and
transmission 2,4)
Replace the air filter’s pre-filter and paper filter 2)
Replace the fuel filter
Replace the plug
Check the valve clearance
Maintenance interval
in hours
25
50
●1)
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●
●
●
●
❍
❍
●1)
100
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●
●
●
●
●
❍
❍
❍
37
30
28
24
25
28
29
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–
–
37
27
31
30
38
38
25
–
–
38
●
25
26
–
●
●
❍
●
●
●
❍
27
26
28
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1)
First change after 5 hours. Replace after every 25 hours with heavy loads or high temperatures. 2) During dusty conditions cleaning
and replacement should be more frequent. 3) For daily use of the machine lubrication should be conducted twice a week. 4) Conducted
by authorised service workshop.
● = Described in these instructions.
❍ = Not described in these instructions.
WARNING!
No service procedures must be conducted on the engine or cutting unit unless:
•
The engine is switched off.
•
The parking brake is applied.
•
The ignition key is removed.
•
The cutting unit is disengaged.
•
The ignition cable is removed from the plug.
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MAINTENANCE
Dismantling of the machine hoods
Engine hood
The engine is accessible for servicing when the
engine hood is lifted up.
Tilt the seat forward, release the rubber strap under
the seat, and tilt the hood backwards.
6008-001
Front hood Rider 11 and Rider 13
Release the screws in the front hood (3) and lift off
the hood.
8009-575
Front hood Rider 11 Bio and Rider 13 Bio
Release the catch and lift off the hood.
6017-215
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MAINTENANCE
Right-hand fender
Remove the screws (2 and 3) from the fender. On
the Rider 13 and Rider 13 Bio the knob (1) must
also be removed.
3
11
1
2
8009-576
Left-hand fender
Release the screws in the fender and lift off the
fender.
8009-577
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MAINTENANCE
Checking and adjustment
of the
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The steering is controlled by means of wires.
These can in time become slack, which implies that
the adjustment of the steering becomes altered.
Check and adjust the steering as follows:
1. Dismantle the frame-plate by releasing the
screws (two on each side).
8009-578
2. Check the tension of the steering wires by
pushing them together as shown in the diagram.
It should be possible to push them together so
that the distance between them is half as much,
without using unnecessary force.
6008-009
3. f necessary, the wires can be adjusted by
tightening the adjuster nuts on each side of the
steering collar. Do not tension the wires too
much, they should only be tightened against the
steering collar.
Support the wire so it does not twist.
If you tension only one side the steering wheel’s
centre position may change.
Check the wire tension as set out in point 2
after you have made the adjustment.
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8009-579
MAINTENANCE
Checking the brake Rider 11 and
Rider 11 Bio
The brake is of the disc brake type and is fitted on
the gearbox.
Check that the brake is correctly adjusted by
measuring the distance between the brake lever
and the front edge of the recess on the chassis.
The distance should be 0–1 mm (0-0,040") when
the brake is not applied.
8009-580
Adjusting the brake Rider 11 and
Rider 11 Bio
1. Release the lock nuts (1).
2. Tension the wire with the adjusting screw (2) so
that the distance between the brake lever and
the front edge of the recess on the chassis is
1 mm (0,040").
3. Tighten the lock nuts (1) after adjustment.
2
1
1
6008-012
Check and adjust the brakes on
Rider 13 and Rider 13 Bio
Check that the brakes are correctly adjusted by
placing the Rider on a slight downhill slope with the
clutch disengaged and activating the brake.
If the rider mower begins to move then the brakes
must be adjusted.
The brake is adjusted as follows:
1. Release the lock nuts (1).
2. Tension the wire with the adjusting screw (2)
until all the play in the wire is taken up.
6008-239H
3. Tighten the lock nuts (1).
4. On completion of the adjustment the brake
should be re-checked.
WARNING!
Poorly adjusted brakes can result
in reduced braking power.
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MAINTENANCE
Adjustment of the
throttle wire
If the engine does not respond as it should when
the throttle lever is moved, or if it produces black
smoke or does not reach top speed, the throttle
wire may need adjusting.
1. Release the clamping screw (see arrow) and
push the throttle control to the choke position.
8009-402
2. Pull the throttle wire’s outer casing to the far
right and check that the choke is fully activated.
3. Tighten the clamping screw.
8009-403
4. Pull the throttle control back to the full throttle
position and check that the choke is no longer
activated.
8009-404
Replacement of the fuel filter
Replace the pipe fitted fuel filter every 100 running
hours (once per season) or more frequently if it is
clogged.
Replace the filter as follows:
1. Raise the engine cover.
2. Move the hose clips away from the filter. Use a
pair of flat pliers.
3. Pull off the filter from the hose ends.
4. Press in the new filter on the hose ends. If
necessary soap solution can be applied on the
filter ends to simplify fitting.
5. Push the hose clips back on the filter.
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8009-405
MAINTENANCE
Replacing the air filter
If the engine seems to lack power or goes irregularly the reason may be that the air filter is clogged.
It is therefore important to replace the air filter at
regular intervals (see ”Maintenance \ Maintenance
Schedule” for correct service interval)
The air filter is replaced as follows:
1. Raise the engine cover.
2. Pull up the handle on the air filter cover, unhook
and turn towards the engine.
8009-406
3. Remove the air filter cover.
4. Lift out the air filter cartridge from the fan
housing.
Replace the paper filter if it is clogged with dirt.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION
Do not use compressed air to clean the
paper filter.
Filters should not be oiled. They should be
assembled dry.
8009-409
5. Carefully lift the precleaner out of the fan
housing. Carefully clean the fan housing so that
dirt does not fall down into the carburetor.
6. Insert a new precleaner and air filter cartridge
in the fan housing.
8009-408
7. Align the tabs on the cover with the slits in the
housing and replace the air filter cover.
8009-407
8. Pull the handle outwards. Secure the handle in
the air filter cover and close the cover by
pressing it inwards.
8009-410
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MAINTENANCE
Checking of the fuel pump’s air filter
Check regularly that the fuel pump’s air filter is free
from dirt.
The filter can when necessary be cleaned with a
brush.
Check the level of the battery acid
Check that the level of the battery acid lies between
the markings. Top up the cells with only distilled
water.
8009-411
WARNING!
Procedures on contact with acid
External: Rinse well with plenty of water.
Internal: Drink large quantities of water or
milk. Contact a doctor as soon as
possible.
Eyes:
Rinse well with plenty of water.
Contact a doctor as soon as possible.
Batteries emit explosive gas. Sparks, flames
and cigarettes must absolutely not be brought
into the vicinity of the battery.
6008-013
Ignition system
The engine is equipped with an electronic ignition
system. Only the spark plug requires maintenance.
For recommended spark plug, see chapter
”Technical data”.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION
Inadequately tightened spark plugs can
cause overheating and damage the engine.
Tightening the spark plug too much can
damage the threads in the cylinder head.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION
Fitting the wrong spark plug type can damage
the engine.
1.
Remove the ignition cable shoe and clean
around the spark plug.
2.
Remove the spark plug with a 5/8" (16 mm)
spark plug socket wrench.
3.
Check the spark plug. Replace the spark plug if
the electrodes are burned or if the insulation is
cracked or damaged. Clean the spark plug with
a steel brush if it is to be reused.
4.
5.
Measure the electrode gap with a gapping tool.
The gap should be 0.75 mm (0.030"). Adjust as
necessary by bending the side electrode.
Reinsert the spark plug, turning by hand to
avoid damaging the threads.
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6.
After the spark plug is seated, tighten it using a
spark plug wrench so that the washer is
compressed. A used spark plug should be
turned 1/8 of a turn from the seated position. A
new spark plug should be turned
1/4 a turn from the seated position.
7.
Replace the ignition cable shoe.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION
Do not turn over the engine if the spark
plug or ignition cable has been removed.
MAINTENANCE
Inspecting the safety system
The Rider is equipped with a safety system that
prevents starting or driving under the following
conditions:
Check that the engine stops if you temporarily move
out off the driver’s seat while the cutting unit is
lowered or the hydrostat pedals are not in the
neutral position.
The engine should only be possible to start when
the cutting unit is in its raised position and the
hydrostat pedals are in the neutral position.
The driver does not need to be seated in the
driver’s seat.
Make daily inspections to ensure that the safety
system works by attempting to start the engine
when one of the conditions is not met. Change the
conditions and try again.
Startmotor
Works
Ignition system
Does not work
N
Rider 11
Rider 13
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MAINTENANCE
Main fuse
The fuse is located in a loose holder under the
battery case cover, in front of the battery.
Type: Flat-blade mounting, 15 A.
Do not use any other type of fuse when replacing.
A blown fuse indicates that the mounting has burnt
off. Pull the fuse out of the holder when replacing.
The fuse is used to protect the electrical system. If
it blows again shortly after replacing this is due to a
short circuit, which must be rectified before the
machine is used again.
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8009-370
Checking the tyre pressure
The tyre pressure should be 60 kPa (0.6 kp/cm2/8,5
PSI) all round.
To improve driving the pressure on the rear tyres
can be reduced to 40 kPa (0.4 kp/cm2/5,6 PSI).
The maximum tyre pressure is 100 kPa (1.0 kp/cm2/
14 PSI).
IMPORTANT INFORMATION
Different tyre pressures on the front tyres
will result in the blades cutting the grass
at different heights.
6008-030
Check the engine’s cooling air intake
Clean the air intake grille in the engine cover
behind the driver’s seat.
Fold open the engine cover.
Check that the cooling intake is free from leaves,
grass and dirt.
Check the air duct, located on the inside of the
engine cover, ensure it is clean and does not rub
against the cooling air intake.
Air intake grille
8009-431
Cooling air intake
8009-412
If the cooling intake is blocked this will interfere with
the cooling of the engine, which can damage the
engine.
WARNING!
The cooling air intake rotates
when the engine is running. Mind
your fingers.
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MAINTENANCE
Checking and adjustment of the cutting
unit’s ground pressure on Rider 11 Bio
and Rider 13 Bio
To achieve the best cutting results the cutting unit
should follow the underlying surface without pressing too hard against it.
The pressure is adjusted with a screw on each side
of the machine.
1. Check the tyre air pressure. It should be 60 kPa
(0,6 kp/cm2/8,5 PSI).
2. Place a set of bathroom scales under the cutting
unit’s frame (front edge) so that it rests on the
scales. If necessary a block can be placed
between the frame and scales so that the
support wheels do not bear any weight.
6017-216
3. Adjust the unit’s ground pressure by screwing in
or out the adjusting screws located behind the
front wheels on both sides.
The ground pressure should be between 12 and
15 kg (26,5-33 lb).
8009-582
Checking the cutting unit’s parallelism
Check the parallelism of the cutting unit as follows:
1. Check the tyre air pressure. It should be 60 kPa
(0,6 kp/cm2/8,5 PSI).
2. Place the machine on a level surface.
3. Measure the distance between the ground and
the front and rear edges of the cutting unit hood.
The cutting unit should slope forwards slightly so
that the rear edge is 2-4 mm (1/8") higher than
the front edge.
6017-217
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MAINTENANCE
Adjustment of the cutting unit’s
parallelism for the Rider 11 Bio
and Rider 13 Bio
1. Check the tyre air pressure. It should be 60 kPa
(0,6 kp/cm2/8,5 PSI).
2. Dismantle the front hood and right-hand fender
as described on page 22-23.
3. Vertical adjustment of the cutting unit is made
with the adjusting nuts on the back edge of the
lift-strut.
2
4. Raise the cutting unit at the front edge by
shortening the lift-strut.
Lower the cutting unit at the front edge by
lengthening the lift-strut.
5. Tighten the nuts against each other after the
adjustment.
6008-026H
6. On completion of the adjustment the unit’s
parallelism should be re-checked.
7. Fit the right-hand fender and the front hood.
Adjusting the alignment of the
cutting unit for the Rider 11 Bio
and Rider 13 Bio
1. Check the tyre air pressure. It should be 60 kPa
(0,6 kp/cm2/8,5 PSI).
2. Remove the front hood and right-hand fender as
described on page 22-23.
3. Unscrew the nut (1) from the parallel strut.
Remove the clip (2) and the parallel strut.
4. Turn the fork anticlockwise to raise the cover’s
rear edge, clockwise to lower the cover’s rear
edge.
5. Once adjustment is complete, refit the parallel
strut and clip and tighten the nut.
6. Recheck the alignment of the cutting unit after
adjustment.
7. Refit the right-hand fender and hood.
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8009-138
MAINTENANCE RIDER 11 BIO/13 BIO
Service position for BioClip 90
The cutting head can be placed in the service
position to provide easy access for cleaning, repairs
and servicing. In the service position the cutting unit
is raised and locked in the vertical position.
Placing in service position
P
1
1. Position the machine on flat ground. Apply the
parking brake (1). Adjust the cutting unit to the
lowest cutting height and lower the cutting unit.
6017-218
2. Remove the front hood by removing the pin.
(There are complete instructions on using the
service position inside the front hood).
6017-219
3. Remove the two support wheels from under the
front hood.
6017-220
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MAINTENANCE RIDER 11 BIO/13 BIO
4. Fit the support wheels on either side of the rear
of the cutting unit.
WARNING!
Wear protective glasses when
dismantling the cutting unit. The
spring which tensions up the belt
can go off and cause personal
injury.
6017-221
5. Disengage the spring from the drive belt
tensioning wheel.
8009-583
6. Place a foot on the front edge of the cutting unit
near the wheel and raise the front edge of the
unit to make it easier to remove the lift strut.
8009-122
7. Engage the strut in the holder.
6017-223
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MAINTENANCE RIDER 11 BIO/13 BIO
WARNING!
Take care not to get your hand
trapped.
1
8. Lift off the drive belt (1).
Then pull out the pin (2).
2
6017-225
9. Pull the frame forwards and refit the pin.
6017-226
10. Grasp the front edge of the cutting unit, pull out
and raise into the service position.
If the cylindrical bolt, which is now holding the
cutting unit is removed, the cutting unit can be
lifted off.
6017-227
Restoring from service position
To leave the service position, reverse the
procedures set out in ”Placing in the service
position”. Make sure that the cutting unit’s “lug” (3)
enters the loop correctly on the underside of the
machine, see diagram.
8009-438
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MAINTENANCE
Checking the blades
To achieve the best mowing results it is important
that the blades are undamaged and well-sharpened.
Check that the blades’ attachment screws are tight.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION
Replacing or sharpening the blades
should be conducted by an authorised
service workshop.
The blades should be balanced after sharpening.
Damaged blades should be replaced when hitting
obstacles that result in a breakdown. Let the
servicing dealer judge whether the blade can be
repaired/ground or must be discarded.
Klippaggregat (bakutkast)
6008-024
IMPORTANT INFORMATION
The blades of the BioClip unit should
always be spaced as shown in the diagram
at 90º intervals. If not, the blades may
collide and cause damage to the cutting
unit.
Replacing the break-pin (BioClip)
The blades are fitted with a break-pin to protect the
BioClip unit and its drive when colliding with
obstacles. A domed, spring friction washer is fitted to
each blade bolt. The washer must always be
replaced with a new washer when replacing the
break-pin. Otherwise the break-pin can break
causing the blades to collide.
BioClip 90
6017-223
Only use original spare parts. A set containing a
blade, break-pin and friction washer can be
purchased from your dealer.
1. Put the cutting unit in the service position, see
“Service position for the cutting unit\Placing in
the service position”.
2. Remove the blade (2A) by removing the blade
bolt with washer and friction washer (2B).
3. Remove the remains of the broken break-pin (3).
4. Make sure the contact surfaces (4) on the blade
and the blade mounting are free from metal.
Clean if necessary.
5. Fit one new break-pin (5) in the blade mounting.
6. Fit the blade (6), make sure it is fitted as
illustrated.
7. Fit a new friction washer (7) with the concave
face turned towards the blade.
8. Fit the blade bolt with washer (8). Tightening
torque 45-50 Nm (4,5-5 kpm/32-36 lbft).
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8009-137A
LUBRICATION
Check the engine’s oil level
Check the oil level in the engine when the Rider
stands horizontal with the engine switched off.
Fold open the engine cover.
Release the dip stick and pull out. Wipe off the oil
and insert again.
The dip stick must be fully screwed down.
Now release the dip stick again and pull out. Check
the oil level.
The oil level should be between the markings on
dip stick. If the level approaches the ADD mark, top
up with oil to the FULL mark.
The oil is filled in the same hole as for the dip stick.
8009-413
Fill the oil slowly. Tighten the dipstick correctly
before starting the engine. Start and run the engine
at idling speed for approx. 30 seconds. Turn off the
engine. Wait 30 seconds and check oil level. If
necessary fill so that the oil comes up to the ”FULL”
mark on the dipstick.
First and foremost use synthetic engine oil class
SJ-CF 5W/30 or 10W/30 for all temperature ranges.
Mineral oil SAE30, class SF–CC can be used at
temperatures > +5°C (40°F).
ADD
ADD
FULL
FULL
Do not mix different types of oil.
6008-035
Changing the oil
The oil should be changed for the first time after 5
hours of running time. Thereafter it should be
changed every 50 hours of running time.
With heavy loads or high temperatures replace the
oil after every 25 hours.
WARNING!
Engine oil can be very hot if it is
drained off directly after the
engine is stopped. Therefore
allow the engine to cool down
first.
8009-414
1. Place a receptacle under the engine’s drain
plug, located on the left-hand side of the engine.
2. Remove the dip stick and drain plug.
3. Let the oil run out into the receptacle.
4. Fit the drain plug and tighten.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION
5. Fill up with oil to the FULL mark on the dip stick.
The oil is filled in the same hole for the dip stick.
See ”Checking the engine’s oil level” above for
filling instructions. The engine holds 1.4 litres
(1.5 USqt) of oil.
Used engine oil is hazardous to health and
environment and must in accordance with
the law not be poured out on the ground
or in the nature, and must be handed in to
a workshop or other designated station for
treatment. Avoid skin contact, wash with
soap and water in the event of spillage.
6. Run the engine warm and then check that there
is no leakage from the drain plug.
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LUBRICATION
Check the transmission’s oil level
Rider 13 and Rider 13 Bio
1. Lift off the transmission cover. Release the two
screws (one of each side) and lift off the transmission cover.
8009-585
2. Check that there is oil in the transmission oil
tank. Top up if necessary with engine oil SAE
10W/30 (class SF–CC).
Lubrication of belt tensioner
6008-240H
The belt tensioner must be lubricated regularly with
high-quality molybdenum sulphide grease*.
Inject grease into the nipple on the right side below
the engine bottom pulley until grease is forced out.
With daily use lubrication should be conducted
twice a week.
6008-232
General lubrication
All joints and bearings are lubricated on manufacture with molybdenum sulphide grease. Re-grease
with same type of grease*. Lubricate the steering
and control wires with engine oil.
The machine should be lubricated regularly, and
twice a week when used daily.
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* Grease from well-known brand names (petrol
companies, etc.) usually maintains a good quality.
The most important property is that the grease
provides good protection against corrosion.
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LUBRICATION
Lubrication Rider 11 and Rider 11 Bio
Lubrication of front wheel bearings
On Riders with rear ejection the hood and wings
must be removed so that the bar can be raised to
allow removal of the wheel.
1. Remove the plastic cover on the hub.
2. Remove the lock-ring and washer on the front
wheel axle.
3. Lift off the wheel.
4. Grease the axle journal with molybdenum
sulphide grease*.
5. Assemble the parts in the reverse order.
8009-584
IMPORTANT INFORMATION
Check that the lock-ring is correctly
positioned in the slot.
* Grease from well-known brand names (petrol
companies, etc.) usually maintains a good quality.
The most important property is that the grease
provides good protection against corrosion.
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TROUBLE SHOOTING SCHEDULE
Problem
Procedure
Engine will not start
•
•
•
•
Fuel tank empty
Plug defective
Plug connection defective
Dirt in carburettor or fuel pipe
Starter does not pull round engine
•
•
•
•
•
•
Battery flat
Bad contact between cable and battery terminal
Lift lever for cutting unit in wrong position
Main fuse blown. The fuse is placed in front of the
battery, under the battery cover.
Ignition lock faulty
Gear shift/hydrostat pedals not in the neutral position
Engine does not run smoothly
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Wrong gear, too high
Carburettor incorrectly set
Air filter clogged
Fuel tank vent blocked
Ignition setting defective
Dirt in carburettor or fuel pipe
Choke activated or throttle wire incorrectly adjusted
Engine seems to have no power
•
•
•
•
•
Air filter clogged
Plug defective
Dirt in carburettor or fuel pipe
Carburettor incorrectly set
Choke activated or throttle wire incorrectly adjusted
Engine overheats
•
•
•
•
•
•
Engine overloaded
Air intake or cooling flanges blocked
Fan damaged
Too little or no oil in engine
Ignition defective
Plug defective
Battery does not charge
•
•
One or more cells faulty
Bad contact between battery terminals and cables.
Machine vibrates
•
•
•
Blades are loose
Engine is loose
Imbalance on one or more blades, resulting from
damage or inferior balancing after sharpening
Uneven mowing
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Blades blunt
Cutting unit skew
Long or wet grass
Grass blockage under hood
Different tyre pressures on right and left sides
Over-speeding
Drive belts slipping
The blade has a broken break-pin (BioClip)
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STORAGE
To put the machine in order for storage follow these
instructions:
Winter storage
At the end of the season the machine should
immediately be put in order for storage, also if it is
going to stand idle for more than 30 days. Fuel
which is left to stand for long periods (30 days or
more) can leave tacky deposits which can block
the carburettor and interfere with the engine.
Fuel stabiliser is an acceptable alternative to avoid
tacky deposits during storage. If alkylate petrol
(Aspen) is used stabiliser is not necessary since
this fuel is stable. However, one should avoid
changing from standard to alkylate petrol since
sensitive rubber parts can harden. Add stabiliser to
the fuel in the tank or the storage container. Always
use the mixing ratios indicated by the manufacturer.
Run the engine for at least 10 minutes after adding
the stabiliser so that it will reach the carburettor. Do
not empty the fuel tank and carburettor if stabiliser
has been added.
1. Carefully clean the machine, especially under
the cutting unit. Touch-up paint damage to avoid
rust.
2. Inspect the machine for worn or damaged parts
and tighten loose screws and nuts.
3. Change the oil, and take care of the waste oil.
4. Empty the fuel tank. Start the engine and run it
until the carburettor is emptied of fuel.
5. Remove the spark plug and pour about a tablespoon of engine oil into the cylinder. Pull round
the engine to distribute the oil and screw the
plug back on.
6. Grease all grease nipples, joints and axles.
7. Remove the battery. Clean it, charge it, and
store it is a cool place.
8. Store the machine is a clean and dry place and
cover it over for extra protection.
WARNING!
Never place an engine with fuel
in the tank indoors or in poorly
ventilated areas where petrol
fumes can come into contact
with naked flames, sparks or
pilot flames in boilers, hot water
heaters, or drying cabinets, etc.
It is highly inflammable and
negligent usage can cause
severe person injury and
material damage. Drain off
the fuel in an approved container
outdoors and well clear of naked
flames. Never use petrol for
cleaning purposes. Use
degreasing agents and hot water
instead.
Cover
There is a cover to protect your machine during
storage or transport. Contact your dealer for a
demonstration.
Service
When ordering spare parts state the purchase year,
model, type, and serial number.
Always use genuine parts.
Annual inspection or trimming by an authorised
service workshop is a good way of getting the best
out of your machine the next season.
6017-213
6004-001Hy
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TECHNICAL DATA
Dimensions
Rider 11
Rider 13
Length with unit
Width with unit
Height
Weight in working order
with unit
Wheel base
Track
Tyre size
Tyre pressure, front & rear
Max. gradient
2040 mm/6,69 ft
960 mm/3,15 ft
1070 mm/3,52 ft
2040 mm/6,69 ft
960 mm/3,15 ft
1070 mm/3,52 ft
216 kg/475 lb
820 mm/2,69 ft
610 mm/2 ft
165/60-8
60 kPa (0.6 kp/cm2/8,5 PSI)
15°
219 kg/481 lb
820 mm/2,69 ft
625 mm/2,05 ft
165/60-8
60 kPa (0.6 kp/cm2/8,5 PSI)
15°
Briggs & Stratton/215907011E1
7.7/10.5 kW/h.p.
344 cm3
minimum 85 octane unleaded
7 litres/7,4 USqt
SAE 5W/30 or SAE 10W/30
class SJ-CF
1.4 litres/1,5 USqt
Electric starter
Briggs & Stratton/219907011E1
9.2/12.5 kW/h.p.
344 cm3
minimum 85 octane unleaded
7 litres/7,4 USqt
SAE 5W/30 or SAE 10W/30
class SJ-CF
1.4 litres/1,5 USqt
Electric starter
12 V, negative earth
12 V, 24 Ah
Champion QC12YC
electrode gap = 0.75 mm/0,030"
15 A flat-blade mounting
12 V, negative earth
12 V, 24 Ah
Champion QC12YC
electrode gap = 0.75 mm/0,030"
15 A flat-blade mounting
Engine
Manufacture/model
Power
Displacement
Fuel
Tank volume
Oil synthetic
Oil volume
Start
Electrical system
Type
Battery
Spark plug
Main fuse
Noise emissions and cutting width
Measured noise level
Guaranteed noise level
Cutting width
100 dB(A)
100 dB(A)
850 mm/2,79 ft
100 dB(A)
100 dB(A)
850 mm/2,79 ft
Peerless typ MST 205
Tuff Torq K46
SAE 10W/30, class SF-CC
Transmission
Manufacture
Oil
No. of forward gears
No. of reverse gears
Speed in forward gears
Speed in reverse
5
1
1.85-8.9 km/h
2.5 km/h
0-9 km/h
0-6 km/h
3-blade unit with rear ejection
9 pos. 40–90 mm/1 9/16"-3 9/16"
304 mm/12"
3-blade unit with rear ejection
9 pos. 40–90 mm/1 9/16"-3 9/16"
304 mm/12"
Cutting unit
Type
Cutting height
Blade diameter
We reserve the right to change technical specifications without prior notice.
Note that no legal claims are valid on the basis of information in this manual.
Use only genuine parts for repairs. The warranty is not valid if non genuine parts are used.
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TECHNICAL DATA
Dimensions
Rider 11 Bio
Rider 13 Bio
Length without unit
Length with unit
Width without unit
Width without unit
Height
Weight in working order
with unit
Wheel base
Track front
Track rear
Tyre size
Tyre pressure, front & rear
Max. gradient
2010 mm/6,58 ft
2220 mm/7,29 ft
880 mm/2,89 ft
1000 mm/3,29 ft
1070 mm/3,52 ft
2010 mm/6,58 ft
2220 mm/7,29 ft
880 mm/2,89 ft
1000 mm/3,29 ft
1070 mm/3,52 ft
226 kg/497 lb
855 mm/2,8 ft
715 mm/2,34 ft
625 mm/2,05 ft
165/60-8
60 kPa (0,6 kp/cm28,5 PSI)
15°
229 kg/504 lb
855 mm/2,8 ft
715 mm/2,34 ft
625 mm/2,05 ft
165/60-8
60 kPa (0,6 kp/cm28,5 PSI)
15°
Briggs & Stratton/215907011E1
7,7/10,5 kW/h.p.
465 cm3
minimum 85 octane unleaded
7 litres/7,4 USqt
SAE 5W/30 or SAE 10W/30
class SJ-CF
1,4 litres/1,5 USqt
Electric starter
Briggs & Stratton/219907011E1
9,2/12,5 kW/h.p.
465 cm3
minimum 85 octane unleaded
7 litres/7,4 USqt
SAE 5W/30 or SAE 10W/30
class SJ-CF
1,4 litres/1,5 USqt
Electric starter
Engine
Manufacture/model
Power
Displacement
Fuel
Tank volume
Oil synthetic
Oil volume
Start
Noise emissions and cutting width
Measured noise level
Guaranteed noise level
Cutting width
98 dB(A)
100 dB(A)
900 mm/2,96 ft
98 dB(A)
100 dB(A)
900 mm/2,96 ft
12 V, negative earth
12 V, 24 Ah
Champion QC12YC
electrode gap = 0,75 mm/0,030"
15 A flat-blade mounting
12 V, negative earth
12 V, 24 Ah
Champion QC12YC
electrode gap = 0,75 mm/0,030"
15 A flat-blade mounting
Peerless typ MST 205
Tuff Torq K46
SAE 10W/30, class SF-CC
Electrical system
Type
Battery
Spark plug
Main fuse
Transmission
Manufacture
Oil
No. of forward gears
No. of reverse gears
Speed in forward gears
Speed in reverse
5
1
1,85-8,9 km/h
2,5 km/h
0-9 km/h
0-6 km/h
2-blade unit BioClip 900 mm
9 pos. 45–95 mm/1 3/4" - 3 3/4"
410 mm/16 1/8"
2-blade unit BioClip 900 mm
9 pos. 45–95 mm/1 3/4" - 3 3/4"
410 mm/16 1/8"
Cutting unit
Type
Cutting height
Blade diameter
When this product is worn out or no longer used it should be returned to
the dealer or other appropriate body for recycling.
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EU-DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
EC declaration of conformity (Only applies to Europe)
Husqvarna AB, SE-561 82 Huskvarna, Sweden, tel: +46-36-146500, declares under sole responsibility that
Husqvarna Rider 11/11 Bio and Rider 13/13 Bio, from 2002’s serial numbers and onwards (the year is clearly
stated in plain text on the rating plate with subsequent serial number), complies with the requirements of the
COUNCIL’S DIRECTIVES:
- of June 22, 1998 ”relating to machinery” 98/37/EC, annex IIA.
- of May 3, 1989 ”relating to electromagnetic compatibility” 89/336/EEC, and applicable supplements.
- of May 8, 2000 ”relating to the noise emissions in the environment” 2000/14/EC.
Information regarding noise emissions and the mowing width, see the Technical Data.
The following harmonised standards have been applied: EN292-2, EN836.
The registered body 0404, SMP Svensk Maskinprovning AB, Fyrisborgsgatan 3, SE-754 50 Uppsala, Sweden has
issued the report with number 01/901/001, 01/901/002, 01/901/003, 01/901/004 regarding the assessment of
conformity according to annex VI to the COUNCIL’S DIRECTIVE of May 8, 2000 ”relating to the emission of noise to
surroundings” 2000/14/EC.
Huskvarna January 3, 2002
Roger Andersson, Development Manager/Garden Products
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SERVICEJOURNAL RIDER 11/13
Work done
Pre-delivery service
1. Top up battery with acid and recharge for four hours.
2. Fit steering wheel, seat and any optional equipment.
3. Adjust cutting unit:
Adjust the lifting springs (the ”weight” of the cutting unit should
be 12-15 kg/26,5-33 lb). Only applies to BioClip.
Adjust cutting unit so that rear edge is about 2–4 mm/1/8"
higher than front edge.
Adjust cutting unit height setting so that cutting height limit is
5 mm/3/16" above the frame of the unit at the lowest cutting
height.
4. Check that engine has correct amount of oil.
5. Check that the right amount of oil is in the transmission.
(Not Rider 11)
6. Check and adjust tyre pressure (60 kPa/0,6 bar/8,5 PSI).
7. Connect battery.
8. Fill with fuel and start engine.
9. Check that machine does not move in neutral. (Not Rider 11)
10. Check:
Forward drive.
Reverse drive.
Operation of blades.
Seat safety switch.
Lift lever safety switch.
Safety switch for hydrostatic pedals/neutral setting.
11. Check engine revs 2 950 rpm.
12. Tell customer about:
Pre-delivery service carried out.
Need and benefits of following the service schedule.
No outstanding problems.
The need and advantages of leaving the machine for regular
service.
Certified:
The effects of maintenance on the machine’s second
hand value.
Range of applications for BioClip.
13. Complete proof of sale, etc.
Date, mileage, stamp, sign
After first 5 hours
1. Change engine oil.
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SERVICEJOURNAL
Date, mileage, stamp, sign
Work done
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