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OPERATOR’S MANUAL

HEDGE TRIMMER

HT2600

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CONTENT

INTRODUCTION .............................................................................................................................

ATTENTION STATEMENTS ...........................................................................................................

RIGHT USE METHOD .....................................................................................................................

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION ........................................................................................................

MAIN STRUCTURE .........................................................................................................................

OPERATION OF ENGINE ...............................................................................................................

INSPECTION ...................................................................................................................................

DISPOSAL OF LONG STORAGE ...................................................................................................

TROUBLESHOOTING ....................................................................................................................

WARRANTY ....................................................................................................................................

IPL - HEDGE TRIMMER ENGINE ...................................................................................................

SPARE PARTS - HEDGE TRIMMER ENGINE ................................................................................

IPL - HEDGE TRIMMER ..................................................................................................................

SPARE PARTS - HEDGE TRIMMER ...............................................................................................

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03

04 - 05

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07

07 - 09

09 - 10

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INTRODUCTION

Thank you for buying the Bushranger

HT2600 Hedge Trimmer. This manual is mainly about the proper method for operation, easy inspect and mending. Before operation, please read this book carefully and understand fully, so that this manual can be used best. Please read the manual carefully before using the machine, and save it for checking at any moment. Because the part structure of the product may improve, the product will be difference from the manual, please understand.

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ATTENTION STATEMENTS

This manual contains special “attention statements” preceded by the triangular Attention Symbol.

Please remember, safety first. The precaution rule and the warning label on the machine, means the importance of injury, please make sure obeying it.

WARNING

Not obeying warning recommendations may result in a serious accident and death.

CAUTION

Not obeying caution recommendations may result in injuries.

IMPORTANT

Not obeying the important recommendations may result in the damage of your machine.

SUPPLEMENT

Means necessary supplement instruction of other use

NOTE: A statement proceeded by word NOTE contains information that is handy to know and may make

This graphic accompanied by the words WARNING and DANGER calls attention to an act of condition which can lead to serious or fatal personal injury

Read and understand the Bushranger

Hedge Trimmer Operator’s Manual and Safety

Manual. Failure to do so could result in serious injury.

ALWAYS wear eye and ear protection during the operation of this machine.

WARNING! Please take care and remember the blade is sharp. Improper use of any hedge trimmer can cause serious or fatal personal injury.

Never use your Hedge Trimmer in bad weather.

The operational procedures described in this manual are intended to help you get the most from your machine and to protect you and others from harm. These procedures are general guidelines only, and are not intended to replace any safely rules/laws that may be in force in your area. If you have any question regarding your HT2600 hedge trimmer, or if you do not understand something in this manual, your local Bushranger

dealer will be glad to assist you.

WARNING

Do not make unauthorized modifications to this machine.

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RIGHT USE METHOD

Before using this product, please make sure that you have first read this manual, use it in the proper method. In order to work best you should also have to obey the instruction of the warning label.

Before using the Machine

Before using, please read the user’s manual carefully, and understand the caution rules completely.

minutes. Also try to keep the total amount of work performed in a single day under two hours or less.

• Be sure to keep this manual handy so that you may refer to it later whenever any questions arise.

• Always be sure to keep this manual while selling, lending ,or otherwise transferring the ownership of the product .

WARNING

The blade is very sharp, using this machine innapropriately is extremely dangerous. Never use this hedge trimmer, when under the influence of alcohol, when suffering from exhaustion or lack of sleep, when suffering from drowsiness as a result of having taken cold medicine or at any time when the possibility exists that your judgment might be impaired.

Never use your hedge-trimmer under circumstances like those described below:

• When the ground is slippery or when other conditions exist which might make it not possible to maintain a steady posture while using.

• At night, at times of heavy fog, or at any other time when your field of vision might be limited and it would be difficult to gain a clear view of the area.

Working Gear and Clothing

When using your hedge-trimmer, you should wear proper clothing proper for outside operation, and protective equipment as follows:

• Helmet

• Protection goggles or facial protection

• Thick work gloves

• Non-slip-sole work boots

• Ear protectors

You should also carry:

• Attached tools and files

• Properly reserved fuel

• A steel brush for cleaning blade

Never use your hedge-trimmer when wearing pants with loose cuffs, when wearing sandals, or when barefoot.

• During rain storms, lightening storms, at times of strong or gale force winds or at any other times when weather conditions might make it unsafe to use this product.

• When using this product for the first time, before beginning actual work, you should practice in a wide, light place.

Handling of Fuel

WARNING

The engine of this product is designed to run on mixed fuel which contains highly flammable gasoline. You should never store cans of fuel or refill the tank in any place where there is a boiler, stove, wood fire, electrical sparks, welding sparks or any other source of heat or fire which might ignite the fuel.

• Lack of sleep, tiredness or physical exhaustion results in lower attention spans, and this in time can lead to accidents and injury, limit the amount of time which the hedge-trimmer is to be used continuously to somewhere around thirty to forty minutes. Ensure the user has rest intervals for atleast least ten to twenty

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• Smoking while operating the hedge-trimmer or refilling its fuel tank is extremely dangerous.

• When refilling the tank always turn off the engine first and take a careful look around to make sure that there are no sparks or open flames anywhere nearby before refueling.

• If any fuel spillage occurs during refueling, use a dry rag to wipe up spills before turning the engine back on.

• After refueling, screw the fuel cap back tightly onto the fuel tank and then carry the hedgetrimmer to a spot three meters or more away from where it was.

Starting the Engine

• While starting the engine make sure the area around you is safe to do so.

• The machine has a centrifugal clutch, the blades should not move at idle. Only if the speed is up to a certain value and the blade begin to rotor.

WARNING

Please do not put the throttle in the high speed when starting.

Operation

• Keep your hand tight on the handle, and keep in the correct position.

• If the blade starts to click, stop quickly, restart machine after cleaning the blades.

• Do not touch the spark plug or while the engine is running.

Things to check before using your Hedge

Trimmer

IMPORTANT

Before beginning work, look around carefully to get a feel for the shape of the land, or plants to be trimmed, and whether or not there is any obstacle which might get in the way while working, and remove any obstacle which can be cleared away.

• The area within a perimeter of fifty meter of the person using the hedge-trimmer should be considered a hazardous area into which no one should enter while the hedge-trimmer is in use. When work is to be performed simultaneously by two or more persons, always check the presence and location of others so as to maintain a distance each person sufficient to ensure safety.

• Before starting, please inspect the machine, make sure that the fuel tank, blade, and machine are in good condition. Be especially careful to check that there is nothing wrong with the blades or with the joints by which the blades are attached to the hedge-trimmer.

• When the blades wear and the clutch assembly is worn or damaged, please stop and replace worn parts.

• Make sure that the handle and protective cover are in good condition.

CAUTION

After using your hedge trimmers, never touch the muffler, plug and other metal parts (these parts will get to a high temperature) to prevent injury.

Maintenance

• Please do not make any changes to the machine, this may cause damage to the hedge trimmer and injury to yourself.

• Whilst removing the blade, please wear gloves and other proper safety equipment.

• Please maintain the equipment regularly, refer to the manual whilst maintaining your machine.

• Whilst change the blade, fuel and/or grease please use the product which our company designated.

WARNING

It is very dangerous to change or modify the machine yourself. Please understand that you will not entitled to any protection if your machine has been changed or modified in anyway which is not addressed in your Owner Manual.

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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION

Net Weight (kg)

Overall Dimensions

MODEL HT2600

5.4 kg

1070 x 240 x 240

SHEARS

Type

Number of Teeth

Distance (mm)

Double Blade

33 in total

35 mm

Trimmed Width (mm) 600

Rotation Mode

Reduction ratio

Type

Model

Power

Discharge (cc)

Centrifugal type rubbing clutch

5.11

Air cooled 2 stroke gasoline engine

1E34FSA

0.75kw / 7500 rpm

25.4

ENGINE

Fuel

Tank Capacity (L)

Ignition Mode

- Mixed Oil (25:1)

- 95 Octane

0.65

CDI

Carburettor

Spark plug

Diaphragm

RCJ6Y

Specifications, descriptions and illustrative material in this manual are as accurate as known at the time of publication, but are subject to change without notice. Illustrations may include optional equipment and accessories, and may not include all standard equipment.

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MAIN STRUCTURE

Ignition Switch

Starter

Safety Lever

Forward Handle

Safety Guard

Cutting Bar

Nose Protector

Throttle

Trigger

Handle Lock

Fuel Tank

Air Cleaner

OPERATION OF ENGINE

Fuel

DANGER

• Fuel can be easily ignited, when handling fuel under any circumstance please take care.

• Any water in the fuel can lead to carburettor and the engine corrosion. Please be cautious with the use of water near your hedge trimmer.

• While mixing the fuel, be aware of your surrounds. All fuel should be kept away from any item that can cause sparks.

• Never use oil for four stroke engine or water cooled two stroke engine, it can cause spark plug fouling, exhaust port blocking or piston ring sticking.

• Do not smoke whilst handling fuel, this could lead to serious bodily harm and/or death.

How to Mix Fuel

IMPORTANT

• Pay attention to agitation.

• Do not put the machine and the tank near the spark.

IMPORTANT

• Don’t use straight fuel (pure gasoline) will result in engine damage. Ensure that the correct fuel oil mixture is being used.

• Fuel will become stale if stored for a long period of time. The influence of UV and high temperature, will lead to less effective fuel which can lead to your machine not running properly. Fuel should be used up within thirty days.

• Put the fuel and oil according to volume, the correct ratio is 25:1.

• Place the fuel into a clean approved fuel container.

• Pour in all of the oil and agitate well.

• Pour remaining oil, and stir for at least one minute, because the partion of the oil may be very difficult to stir. Correctly mixing oil and fuel is very important for the life of the machine.

• Please note that, not completely stirring the mixture, may result piston ring sticking.

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Adding Fuel

DANGER

• Choose a wide outside place to add fuel, do not smoke whilst handling fuel and ensure substances are kept away from any sparks.

• If fuel is needed whilst working, stop your engine and wait until completely cooled.

• Remove the fuel tank cap. Fill fuel tank to eighty percent of fuel tank capacity.

• If there is any fuel spillage in the process, please thoroughly clean before you start the engine again.

IMPORTANT

Fill fuel tank to eighty percent of the tank capacity, if too much is added, the fuel will leak from the tank, and result a possible accident.

• Loosen the tank cap, eliminate the pressure difference between the outside and inside of the tank.

• Wipe up the fuel tank cap and add the fuel to eighty percent.

• After finishing adding fuel, tighten the tank cap and ensure there is no leak.

Starting the Engine

DANGER

• After adding fuel, start the engine, remove the machine three meters away to start.

• Don’t start the engine indoors or in areas with poor air ventilation this will avoid breathing in poisonous carbon monoxide.

• After starting the engine, squeeze the throttle trigger, making sure the blades are working. If not stop the engine and make sure carburettor and throttle is in good condition.

• Before starting the machine, make sure that there is no fuel leaking.

• Put the machine on even ground, there will some accident when the blade too close to the ground.

• Ensure both hands are place on your hedge

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IMPORTANT

• Ensure blade cover is removed before starting.

Starting the Engine

1. Move ignition switch to the on position which is forward (Fig. 1).

2. Press primer bulb 3 - 4 times or until a flow of fuel is visible inside the fuel line (Fig. 2).

Fig. 1

3. Set choke lever to closed position if starting from cold (Fig. 3) located under air filter.

4. Pull the starter cord until the engine starts

(or sounds like it wants to start) then return the choke to the position.

After the engine starts allow it to warm for a short time before using.

Fig. 2

Fig. 3

5. If the engine is flooded and your machine does not start. Please remove the plug and allow to dry and then attempt to start your engine again.

Stopping the Engine

1. Return the throttle, and run on a low speed to cool.

2. Move ignition switch to stop position. (Refer to Fig. 1).

Operation of Engine

DANGER

Don’t use the machine near electrical wire, cutting wire could result in severe injury or death.

WARNING

The blades are very sharp, therefore they are very dangerous, if used the wrong way it can cause an accident. If you are unsure about anything please refer back to this manual.

Fig. 2

• The machine should never be picked up by the blades.

• Never put the blade near the body.

• Clean the teeth of the blade, and make sure that the machine is stopped.

• While using the machine, ensure all correct safety clothing is worn.

• While the machine is not being use, make sure the blade cover is installed.

When using your machine, if the blade continuously stops, please see possible reasoning for this below:

• The material is too large for the machine to cut.

• If the blade is not cutting properly, the blade may be worn, or the gap between the blades is too big for the machines cutting power. Please contact your local Bushranger™ dealer

Use of Rotating Handle

While cutting branches, ease of use is achieved by rotating the handle to the most comfortable position for the type of work being carried out.

Process as follows:

1. Free the handle by pulling back the locking lever, rotate the handle to suit. (Fig. 4).

2. When the handle is in a suitable position, loosen the handle locking lever. (Fig. 5).

3. Once the handle is in the correct position you may return to your work.

INSPECTION

CAUTION

• While inspect the product, first stop it.

• Please do not change the body and remove the engine.

• Please use quality products and appoint part while changing the machine.

Operating Points Before and After The Seizure

1

POINTS SEIZED ITEMS

Machine

Loosen of the assemble part

The big gap between blade

Blade wear

DISPOSAL

Tighten

Adjustment

Change or Repair

Fig. 5

2

Throttle

The distance is big

Not flexible

Adjustment

Change for Repair

3

Fuel Tank

Have loosen in fixed place

Fuel pipe is wrong

The tank lid is damaged

Tighten

Change

Change

Loosen off the assemble place Tighten

4

Muffler

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INSPECTION

Inspect in Time

POINTS SEIZED ITEMS

ENGINE

MACHINE

Deducting the cylinder fan cover

Clean the air cleaner filter element

Clean and adjust the plug

Clean the fuel tank

The tightening of the cylinder screw

Tightening every part of the engine

Tidy up the muffler

Add grease to the gear case

Clean the clutch

20h

OPERATE THE DISTANCE

25h 50h 100h

REMARKS

Gap 0.6 - 0.7

Air Cleaner

Once the machine has been run for 25 hours, please remove the cleaner outside cover, and then clean the inner dirt. When the filter element is dirty, please use warm water, clean, allow to dry completely and re-assemble.

The obstructive cleaner will reduce the power of the engine. Never start or run the engine without an air filter attached to the engine.

Fuel Filter

Once the machine has been run for 25 hours, take the cleaner from the fuel tank for cleaning.

The obstructive cleaner will reduce the engine speed. Remove the cleaner with clip, to prevent dust and fiber entering the fuel tank.

Spark Plug

It is easy for spark plugs to have carbon deposit, after the machine has run for 25 hours. Remove the spark plug, and clean the electric pole with a steel brush the suitable clearance of sparking plug is 0.6 -

0.7mm.

Gear Case

Once the machine has been run for 20 hours, grease needs to be added to the gear case. Please use a grease pump from the machines inlet.

Blade

Every 1 - 2 hours when the machine is in use, grease should be added to the blade.

For setting or sharpening please contact your Bushranger™ dealer.

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Muffler

After the machine has been used for 50 hours, please remove the muffler, clear the inner carbon deposit with screw driver, at the same time clean the carbon of the outlet pipe. Tighten every screw.

DISPOSALS FOR LONG STORAGE

• Do not tighten the tank cap too much, this will cause damange to the sealing ring.

1. When cleaning the machine, inspect every part for damaged or loose parts, if any is found please mend before next planned use.

2. Extract fuel from the tank and run the engine until it stops naturally.

3. Remove the spark plug and put two stroke oil in the engine. Pull the starting ropes two to three times. Replace the plug and stop it at the contraction position.

4. Apply anti-rust oil to the metal parts such as the throttle wire to stop rust or corrosion. Put the cover on the blade and keep it indoors or in a dry place when not in use to avoid the machine rusting.

TROUBLESHOOTING

Often, a depleted, loose, or dirty spark plug is responsible for a Hedgetrimmer not being able to start, but there can be a number of other reasons. Refer below to the list of potential problems you may encounter, along with suggested remedies.

For servicing and all warranty work, contact your local authorised Bushranger™ dealer.

Problem

Engine does not start

Engine stops often

Likely Cause

• Out, or almost out, of fuel.

• Spark plug dirty.

• Spark plug not connected.

• Fuel older than 3 months.

• Water in the fuel tank.

• Dirty air cleaner filter.

• Dirty air filter.

• Blocked fuel supply.

• Fuel cap is not venting.

• Incorrect type of fuel.

Engine looses power

• Dirty air cleaner filter.

• Blocked fuel cap vent holes.

Suggested Remedy

• Fill tank with fresh 2 stroke fuel (25:1).

• Clean or replace with a new spark plug.

• Press firmly on the terminal cover.

• Drain stale fuel and replace with fresh 2 stroke fuel.

• Contact an authorised Bushranger

™ dealer.

• Clean or replace with a new

Bushranger

air-filter.

• Clean or replace with a new

Bushranger

air-filter.

• Ensure the fuel line is not pinched or blocked.

• Ensure vent hole in the fuel tank cap is clear.

• Drain tank and fill with 2 stroke fuel

(25:1).

• Clean or replace with a new

Bushranger

air-filter.

• Ensure vent hole in the fuel tank cap is clear.

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WARRANTY

1. Australian Consumer Law (REG. 90):

The benefits to the consumer given by this warranty are in addition to other rights and remedies of the consumer under a law in relation to the good or services to which this warranty relates.

Our goods come with guarantees that cannot be excluded under the Australia Consumer Law. You are entitled to a replacement or refund for a major failure and for compensation for any other reasonably foreseeable loss or damage. You are also entitled to have the good repaired or replaced if the goods fail to be of acceptable quality and the failure does not amount to major failure.

The text above applies notwithstanding anything else expressed or implied to the contrary in this warranty document.

Powerup Lawn Care a division of

Roy Gripske & Sons Pty. Ltd

11 Sodium St, Narangba QLD 4504

Telephone: 1300 363 027

Fax: 1800 332 213

Email: [email protected]

For more information please visit our website: poweruplawncare.com.au

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IPL - HEDGE TRIMMER ENGINE

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1-14

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1-16 02070010162

1-17 70030030164

1-18 03020020032

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1-25 03010010010

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1-27 70070050023

1-28 02070010119

1-29

03100010009

1-30 03090010028

Ref

No.

Part No.

1-1

02050030017

1-2

02050030032

1-3

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1-4

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1-5

70070130023

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SPARE PARTS - HEDGE TRIMMER ENGINE

IGNITION COIL

FLYWHEEL

CARBIE

SPARK PLUG

CYLINDER

CYLINDER GASKET

FLAT WASHER

SPRING WASHER

CYLINDER BOLTS

CARBIE GASKET CYLINDER SIDE

INLET MANIFOLD

GASKET CARBIE SIDE

INLET MANIFOLD SCREW

MUFFLER

MUFFLER BOLTS

MUFFLER GASKET

BRACKET

SCREW

LOCATING PIN

CLUCH STEP BOLT

CLUTCH WASHER

CLUTCH SHOE COMP

CLUTCH SHOE SEAT

SPACER WASHER

BOLT

FRONT HALF CRANKCASE

REAR HALF CRANKCASE

CRANKCASE GASKET

OIL SEAL

BEARING

Description

Qty Ref

No.

1

Part No. Description

1-31 03070010001 FLYWHEEL KEY

1-32 02020020003

PISTON RING

1

1

1-33 02010020005 PISTON

1-34 03090020018

NEEDLE BEARING

1

1

1

1-35 02020010004 GUDGEON PIN

1-36 02020150002 THRUST WASHER

6

6

1-37 02020030017

CIRCLIP

1-38 02020120054 CRANKSHAFT COMP

4

1

1-39 02050100012 STARTER PAWL ASSY

1-40 02050070016

STARTER ASSY

1

1-41 03020020043 BACKING PLATE SCREW

1-42 02090010011

AIR CLEANER ELEMENT

1

6

1-43 70030040078 AIR FILTER OUTER COVER

1-44

70030180012

AIR FILTER OUTER COVER

SCREW

1

2

1-45 02110020026

FUEL CAP ASSY

1-46 70050030014

FUEL TANK

1

1

1-47 03040010009 SPRING WASHER

1-48 03010060066

SCREW

1

4

1-49 03020010011 SCREW

1-50 02050120002 FUEL FILTER

2

2

1

1-51 02080030025 FUEL TANK GROMMET

1-52 03010010088 STARTER SCREW

1

2

1-53 70030030021

PLUG PLASTIC COVER

1-54 02050050018 STOP SWITCH WIRE

4

1-55 70030030148 ENGINE COVER

1-56 80010020025

FLYWHEEL COVER

1

1

1

1-57 03010040051 COVER SCREW

1-58 03010040062

TAPPING SCREW

1-59 70080120007

AIR FILTER BACKING

PLATE ASSY

2

2

Qty

1

2

1

1

1

1

2

1

2

1

1

1

1

2

1

2

1

1

7

1

1

1

3

1

1

2

1

1

1

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SPARE PARTS - HEDGE TRIMMER ENGINE

IPL - HEDGE TRIMMER

15

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2-18 02020090043

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2-20 03010010026

2-21 03120020003

2-22 03090010020

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2-24 02020160465

2-25 03030060009

2-26 70070010019

2-27 03010110043

2-28 02020050027

16

2-1

2-2

2-3

Ref

No.

SPARE PARTS - HEDGE TRIMMER

Part No. Description Qty

Ref

No.

Part No. Description

2-4

02020070064

02020070066

02020070063

02020160144

SAFEGUARD METAL

SETTLE PLATE

BLADE SET

SPACER

1

1

1

7

2-29 70030030348 HANDLE AND GUARD

2-30 03020020033 SCREW

2-31 03010040010 SCREW

2-32 70030070251

CONTROL HANDLE RIGHT

SIDE

2-5

2-6

2-7

02020070065

03010070010

02020070069

2-8

2-9

03010110073

70070080064

2-10 02020160021

2-11 02070010105

2-12 02090030003

BLADE BACKSTOP

SCREW

PLASTIC SAFETY GUARD

SCREW

GEAR CASE COVER

GUIDE PLATE

GASKET

FELT

BOLT

SCREW

RETAINER

TRANSMISSION ARM

BEARING

CAM DRIVE

GEAR DRIVE SHAFT

SCREW

CIRCLIP

BALL BEARING

CAM DRIVE PIN

PLATE

NUT

GEAR CASE

GREASE NIPPLE

CLUTCH DRUM

1

5

2

1

1

1

4

1

1

1

1

2

1

1

2

2

6

1

2

1

1

4

1

1

2-33 70030160014 SWIVEL CONTROL LEVER

2-34 02020110054 SPRING SWIVEL CONTROL

2-35 03010040061 SCREW

2-36 03040010013 WASHER

2-37 02050050127 STOP SWITCH

2-38 02050040100 THROTTLE CABLE

2-39 70030070225 SAFETY LEVER

2-40 70030070258

CONTROL HANDLE LEFT

SIDE

2-41 70030070232 THROTTLE TRIGGER

2-42 02020110055 THROTTLE SPRING

2-43 70030180177 SPRING SEAT LOCATOR

2-44 02020110056 ANTIVIBRATION SPRING

2-45 03020020052 SCREW

2-46 70030180184 FRAME

2-47 02020110053 ANTIVIBRATION SPRING

2-48 03020020025 SCREW

2-49 70030160072 SPRING / HOLDER

2-50 03010010014 SCREW

2-51 03050010012 WASHER

2-52 03040020015 WASHER

2-53 03010040013 SCREW

2-54 03050010016 WASHER

2-55 02020150013 WASHER

2-56 02020160893 BLADE END PROTECTOR

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

3

3

1

1

3

4

5

1

2

1

2

2

1

1

2

2

Qty

1

2

5

NOTES

17

NOTES

18

NOTES

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Powerup Lawncare Products

Phone 1300 363 027

Fax: 1800 332 213

Email: [email protected]

Web: www.rgs.com.au

Visit www.rgs.com.au or call 1300 363 027 for more information.

Copyright © Roy Gripske and Sons Pty. Ltd. 2016. All rights reserved. 222. Images are for illustrative purposes only.

Bushranger is a trademark of Roy Gripske & Sons Pty Ltd. PLP shall not be liable for technical or editorial errors or omissions contained herein, nor for incidental or consequential damages resulting from furnishing this material. The information is provided “as is” without warranty of any kind and is subject to change without notice. PLP also reserves the right to revise the content of this document at any time without prior notice. No part of this document may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying, recording or storing in a retrieval system, or translated into any language form without prior written permission of PLP.

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