OWNER’S OPERATION
& PARTS MANUAL
5´ & 6´ CUTTER
©2016 12-1
TO THE DEALER
Assembly, initial lubrication, and verification of proper installation of this product is the
responsibility of the Bad Boy Cutter dealer. Be familiar with the safety rules and instructions found
in this manual. Ensure all items on the Dealer’s Pre-Delivery and Delivery Checklists in this
manual are completed before releasing the cutter to the new owner. This cutter is sent from the
factory without gearbox oil.
TO THE OWNER
Note: Anyone who operates your Bad Boy Cutter must first read this owners manual. Although this cutter
has been engineered with safety and reliability as the foremost concerns, there is no substitute for
an informed and cautious operator. This manual should be viewed as a part of
the equipment itself. If this manual is lost, destroyed, or otherwise rendered unreadable, obtain a
duplicate immediately. A duplicate can be obtained online at www.badboymowers.com.
As with all machinery, this cutter requires periodic maintenance and should be kept free of debris
buildup. Proper care will ensure many years of dependable service. Replacement parts should
only be obtained from your Bad Boy Cutter dealer or through the website referenced above.
Failure to utilize approved parts can be dangerous and will void the warranty.
LEA EL INSTRUCTIVO!
Si no lee Ingles, pida ayuda a alguien que si lo lea para que le traduzca las medidas de seguridad.
Three terms are utilized throughout this manual and are present on the cutter’s safety decals:
DANGER, WARNING, and CAUTION.
DANGER:
Indicates a hazardous situation that, if not avoided will result in death or serious injury.
WARNING:
Indicates a hazardous situation that, if not avoided, could result in death or serious injury.
CAUTION:
Indicates a hazardous situation that, if not avoided, could result in minor or moderate injury.
In order to better draw attention to these important safety
messages, the above terms are accompanied with the
following pictorial:
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
SPECIFICATIONS............................................................................................... 4
SAFETY RULES................................................................................................. 5
GENERAL INFORMATION.................................................................................. 8
OPERATION....................................................................................................... 8
OWNER SERVICE.............................................................................................13
TROUBLESHOOTING........................................................................................18
CUTTER ASSEMBLY AND PART LIST..............................................................19
FASTENER TORQUE CHART ...........................................................................25
DEALER’S CHECKLISTS ................................................................................. 26
PRODUCT WARRANTY .................................................................................. 27
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SPECIFICATIONS
Category
5´ Bad Boy Cutter
Gear Box
55hp heavy duty Omni RC51
Gear Box Mount
3/8˝ steel; completely surrounded by interlocking ‘H’ supports
Deck Thickness
1 Piece, 11 gauge solid welded
Skirt Thickness
3/16˝ steel
Under-Decking Support
1/4˝ x 6-1/2˝
Skid Shoes
1/2˝ x 2˝ x 32˝ (24˝ of ground contact)
Deck Support
Vertical interlocking, welded ‘H’ frame
Lift Attachment Brackets
1/2˝ solid welded
Tail-Wheel Arm
2-1/2˝x2-1/2˝x.180" designed to withstand rear tractor wheel lift off
Tail-Wheel
4˝ x 15˝ puncture resistant w/ double bolt adjustment
Stump Jumper
15 splined. heavy-duty, reinforced round stump jumper
Warranty
2 year limited
Weight
650 lbs
Length (Including Tail-Wheel)
100˝
Total Width
63-1/2˝
Overall Height
40˝
Deck Height
7˝
Cut Range
2˝–10˝
PTO Drive Shaft
Series 5 shear bolt or series 5 slip clutch
Blades
1/2˝ x 3˝
Tractor Range
25-65 HP
Cutting Capacity
2˝ diameter
Blade Tip Speed
16,500 feet / minute
3-Point Hitch
category 1
Blade Spindle
1
Tractor PTO RPM
540
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SPECIFICATIONS
Specifications
Gear Box
Gear Box Mount
Deck Thickness
Skirt Thickness
Under-decking Support
Skid Shoes
Deck Support
Lift Attachment Brackets
Tail-wheel arm
Tail-wheel
Stump Jumper
Warranty
Weight
Length (including tail-wheel)
Total Width
Overall Height
Deck Height
Lowest Cutting Height
PTO Drive Shaft
Blades
Tractor HP
Cutting Capacity
Blade Tip Speed
3-Point Hitch
Blade Spindle
Tractor PTO RPM
6’ Bad Boy Cutter
75 HP heavy duty Omni RC61
3/8” steel
1 Piece, 11 Gauge solid welded
3/16” steel
1/4” x 6-1/2” steel
1/2” x 2” x 32” (24” of ground contact)
Vertical interlocking, welded ‘H’ frame
½” solid welded
2-1/2”x2-1/2”x.180" designed to withstand tractor rear wheel lift-off
4” x 15” puncture resistant, bearing style w/ double bolt adjustment
15 splined. Heavy-duty, reinforced round stump jumper
2 year limited
850 lbs
115”
76”
40”
7”
2”
Series 6 Shear Bolt or Series 6 Slip Clutch (4 Disc)
1/2” x 3”
30-85 HP
2” diameter
14,600 feet/min
Category 2
1
540
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SAFETY RULES
Note: (Safety instructions are important!! While these instructions may seem lengthy or redundant, they are presented
for your safety)
TRAINING
■ Almost all accidents arising from the use of equipment such as this that has resulted in injury or
death would have been avoided had instructions such as these been adhered to.
■ If you do not understand any part of this manual, contact your dealer for assistance.
■ Dangerous situations can arise quickly. Know your controls and how to stop the engine and
attachment in an emergency. Fractions of a second can be extremely important.
■ Do not allow anyone to operate the equipment without first requiring them to read this manual and
giving proper instruction.
■ Never allow children (< 16 years of age) or untrained persons to operate the equipment.
PREPARATION
■ Check that all hardware is properly installed.
■ Loose clothing can become caught in moving parts. Entanglement with the rotating PTO shaft is the
#1 cause of death and injury with equipment such as this. Always wear relatively tight and belted
clothing to reduce this risk.
■ Wear sturdy, rough-soled work shoes and protective equipment for eyes, hair, hands, hearing, and
head. Wear a respirator or filter mask where appropriate.
■ Make sure the cutter is properly secured, adjusted, lubricated, and in good operating condition.
■ Make sure spring-activated locking pin slides freely and is seated firmly in tractor PTO spline groove.
■ Connect PTO driveline directly to power unit PTO shaft. Never use adapter sleeves or adapter
shafts. Adapters can cause drive-line failures.
■ Before starting power unit, check drive-line guards for damage. Do not operate without replacing any
damaged guards. Ensure the guards rotate freely on the drive-line. If they do not, repair or replace
bearings before operating the cutter.
■ Tractor must be equipped with Roll-Over Protective Structure (ROPS) or ROPS cab and seat belt.
ALWAYS keep seat belt securely fastened. Falling off the tractor can, and does, result in death.
Keep foldable ROPS system in ‘locked up’ position at all times.
■ Inspect guards before use. Replace if damaged. DO NOT OPERATE the cutter without guards in
place.
■ Accumulation of debris can present hazards. Remove accumulated debris from the cutter and tractor
before use.
■ Make sure all safety decals are installed and free from damage. Replace if damaged.
■ A minimum of 20% of tractor and equipment weight must be on the tractor front wheels
when attachments are in transport position. Without this weight, front tractor wheels could raise up
resulting in loss of steering. The weight may be attained with front wheel weights, ballast in tires or
front tractor weights. Weigh the tractor and equipment,do not estimate.
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■ Inspect and clear the area of stones, branches, or other hard objects that might be thrown,
causing injury or damage.
OPERATION
■ Do not allow bystanders in the area when operating, attaching, removing, assembling, or servicing
the cutter.
■ This machine is equipped with front and rear guards. DO NOT operate the machine without the
guards in place.
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Never direct discharge toward people, animals, or property.
Do not operate or transport equipment while under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
Operate only in daylight or good artificial light.
Keep hands, feet, hair, and clothing away from equipment while engine is running. Stay clear of all
moving parts.
■ Always comply with all state and local lighting and marking requirements.
■ NEVER ALLOW RIDERS ON POWER UNIT OR CUTTER!
■ Always sit in the tractor seat when operating controls or starting engine. Securely fasten seat belt,
place transmission in neutral, engage brake, and ensure all other controls are disengaged before
starting tractor engine.
■ Operate tractor PTO at 540 RPM. Do not exceed 540 RPM.
■ Do not operate PTO during transport.
■ Look down and to the rear and make sure area is clear of people, animals, property, or foreign
objects before operating in reverse. Children often do not understand the severity of the potential
danger. A major portion of mower/cutter accidents involve children being ran over during reverse
operation of the mower/cutter.
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Do not operate or transport on steep slopes.
Do not stop, start, or change directions suddenly on slopes.
Use extreme care and reduce ground speed on slopes and rough terrain.
Watch for hidden hazards on the terrain during operation.
Stop tractor unit and equipment immediately upon striking an obstruction. Turn off engine, remove
key, inspect, and repair any damage before operation resumes.
■ Leak down or failure of mechanical or hydraulic system can cause equipment to drop.
■ Make certain all movement of equipment components has stopped before exiting the tractor.
MAINTENANCE
■ Before performing any service or maintenance, disconnect drive-line from tractor PTO.
■ Before working underneath the equipment, disconnect drive-line, raise cutter, and block cutter
securely. Hydraulic system leak down and failure of mechanical or hydraulic system can cause
equipment to drop.
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■ Do not allow bystanders in the area when operating, attaching, removing, assembling, or servicing
equipment.
■ Keep all persons away from operator control area while performing adjustments, service, or
maintenance.
■ Do not modify or alter (or permit anyone else to modify or alter) the equipment or any of its
components in any way.
■ Always wear relatively tight and belted clothing to avoid getting caught in moving parts. Wear
sturdy, rough-soled work shoes and protective equipment for eyes, hair, hands, hearing, and head.
■ Make certain all movement of equipment components has stopped before approaching for service.
■ Frequently check blades. They should be sharp, free of nicks and cracks, and securely fastened.
■ Do not handle blades with bare hands. Always use gloves. Careless or improper handling may
result in serious injury.
■ Your dealer can supply genuine replacement blades. Substitute blades may not meet original
equipment specifications and may be dangerous.
■ Check that the cotter pin and roll pin (gearbox output shaft and through the top of the tail-wheel
shaft) are installed securely to ensure equipment is in a safe condition before placing cutter into
service.
STORAGE
■ Keep children and bystanders away from storage area.
■ Disconnect cutter driveshaft and secure up and off the ground. Raise cutter with 3- point hitch.
Place blocks under cutter side skirts. Lower cutter onto blocks. Disconnect cutter from tractor 3point hitch and carefully drive tractor away from cutter.
CHILDREN
Extremely tragic accidents can, and do, occur if the operator is not continually alert to the presence of
children. Children are often attracted to machinery and the mowing activity. NEVER assume that
children will remain where you last saw them.
■ Keep children out of the mowing area and under the watchful care of responsible adult other than
the operator.
■ As this machine is capable of, and used for, cutting relatively tall grass, always be vigilant in
monitoring the field ahead. Accidents in which children were obscured by tall grass and not easily
seen by the operator have occurred with equipment of this type. The results are often life shattering
for all involved. Be constantly aware during operation!
■ Immediately turn the equipment off if a child enters the area.
■ Never allow children to operate the equipment (<16 years of age).
■ Use extra care when approaching blind corners, shrubs, trees, or other objects that may block your
view of a child.
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GENERAL INFORMATION
WARNING
The purpose of this manual is to assist you in operating and maintaining your cutter. Read it carefully. It
furnishes information and instructions that will help you achieve years of dependable performance. These
instructions are the product of extensive field experience, engineering data, accident reports, and statistical
data. Although some information may be general in nature due to unknown and varying operating
conditions, through experience and adherence to these instructions, you should be able to develop sound
operating procedures suitable to your particular situation.
The illustrations and data used in this manual were current at the time of printing, but due to possible
running changes, your machine may vary slightly in detail. Bad Boy Cutters reserves the right to redesign
and change the machines as necessary without notification.
Throughout this manual, references are made to right and left sides of the equipment. These directions are
determined by standing behind the equipment. Also, blade rotation is counterclockwise. This direction is as
viewed from the top of the cutter.
OPERATION
The operator is responsible for the safe operation of the cutter. The operator must be properly trained.
Operators should be familiar with the cutter, the tractor utilized, and all safety practices before starting
operation.
This standard-duty cutter is designed for grass, weeds, and small brush. Recommended mowing speed for
most conditions is between 2-5 mph.
DANGER
This machine is equipped with front and rear guards. DO NOT operate
the machine without the guards in place.
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ATTACH CUTTER TO TRACTOR
CAUTION
■ Make sure drive-line will not bottom out at the shortest length and that it has at least 1/3
overlap at its longest length.
■ Select a top link mounting pin that will allow floating link to swing freely through the cutter Aframe bars.
1. Attach tractor 3-point lift arms to the cutter hitch pins and secure.
2. Attach tractor top link to cutter clevis. Select a top link mounting pin that will allow floating link to swing
freely through the cutter A-frame bars. NOTE: You will need to adjust the top link; refer to ‘Top Link
Adjustment’ in the next section.
3. Adjust the tractor lower 3-point arm anti-sway devices to prevent cutter from swinging side-to-side
during transport.
TOP LINK ADJUSTMENT
1. Attach tractor top link to lowest hole provided in the tractor’s top link bracket.
2. Attach rear portion of tractor top link to the hole on the cutter floating link. Select a top link mounting
pin that will allow the floating link to swing freely through the cutter A-frame bars.
3. Raise cutter to transport position and adjust tractor top link until cutter is level in the raised position.
4. If you cannot level the cutter using the lowest hole in the tractor’s top link bracket, move top link to the
next hole and level the cutter.
DRIVELINE INSTALLATION (TRACTOR PTO)
WARNING
Make sure spring-activated locking pin slides freely and is seated firmly in tractor PTO spline groove.
INSTALLATION
Push spring-activated locking pin and at the same time, push the driveline onto tractor PTO shaft until
the locking pin is able to engage the shaft.
REMOVAL
Hold driveline securely in position, push the spring-activated locking pin and slide driveline off tractor
PTO shaft.
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DRIVELINE ADJUSTMENT
Attach the cutter to the tractor 3-point hitch. Do not attach driveline. Raise and lower cutter to
determine maximum and minimum distance between the tractor PTO shaft and the gearbox input
shaft. If the distance is too large, the driveline will be too short for proper engagement; this can
damage the driveline during operation. If the distance is too small, the driveline may bottom out
during operation and damage the cutter or tractor. If the driveline is too short, please call your Bad
Boy Cutter dealer for a longer driveline.
If the driveline is too long, follow the instructions below for shortening the driveline.
SHORTEN DRIVELINE
1. Move the cutter up and down to find the shortest possible distance between tractor PTO shaft and
gearbox input shaft.
2. Separate the driveline into its two halves and connect them to the tractor PTO and gearbox.
3. Place driveline halves parallel to one another in order to find the necessary driveline length
reduction.
4. Measure from the end of the shield (tractor half) to the base of the bell shield (cutter half; see figure
below). This is measurement ‘A’ in the figure. Add 1-9/16˝ to measurement ‘A’.
5. Using a hacksaw, cut the overall length from the end of the plastic, cylindrical driveline shield
(tractor half) as indicated in the figure.
6. Place this cutoff portion of the shield against the metal shaft (of the same driveline half) and use as
a guide. Mark and cut the metal shaft.
7. Repeat step 6 for the other half of the drive.
8. File and clean the cut ends of both drive halves.
Do not use tractor if proper driveline engagement cannot be obtained through these methods.
Connect driveline to tractor PTO shaft, making sure the spring-activated locking pin slides freely and
locks driveline to PTO shaft.
DRIVELINE INTERFERENCE CHECK
1. Check for clearance between driveline and cutter deck.
2. Slowly lift cutter and observe driveline. If clearance between driveline and cutter deck is less than
one inch, shorten top link or limit upper travel of lower hitch arms.
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CUTTING HEIGHT ADJUSTMENT
WARNING
■ Keep all persons away from operator control area while performing adjustments, service, or
maintenance.
■ Avoid low cutting heights when at all possible. Striking the ground with a cutter blade during
operation results in one of the most damaging shock loads a cutter can encounter. Repeated
blade/ground contact will cause damage to the cutter and drive.
1. Level cutter from side to side. Check by measuring from cutter frame to the ground on both
sides.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Adjust, using tractor 3-point arm leveling device.
Control cutting height with tractor 3-point arms and the rear tail-wheel adjustment.
To raise rear of cutter, move tail-wheel arm downward.
To raise front of cutter, raise tractor 3-point arms.
The cutting height is the distance between the blade and the ground. The blades on your cutter are
approximately 5˝ below the deck; your deck is 7˝ tall. If, for instance, you would like a 3˝ cut, raise the
cutter until its deck is 8˝ above the ground; if you would like a 4˝ cut, raise the cutter until its deck is 9˝
above the ground, and so on. For best cutting results, the front of the cutter should be slightly lower than
the rear. The rear of the cutter should be approximately 1/2˝ to 3/4˝ higher than the front.
OPERATING TECHNIQUE
■ The operating power for the cutter is provided by the tractor’s PTO. Operate the PTO at 540 RPM
(never exceed). Know how to stop the tractor and cutter quickly and safely in the event of an
emergency.
■ Engage the PTO at a low engine RPM. Engagement of the PTO at high engine RPM places the
driveshaft and gearbox under large stresses. After the PTO is engaged, raise PTO speed to 540
RPM. Maintain this PTO speed throughout the cutting operation.
■ Gearbox protection is provided by way of a slip-clutch or shear-bolt (depending upon model). This
allows the driveline to either ‘slip’ or shear a bolt under excessive torsion loads. It is in this manner
that the gearbox is isolated from potentially damaging shocks. Under abnormal torque loads, both
models also provide protection to the driveline itself. Slip-clutches require service to keep them fully
functional. A neglected slip-clutch is akin to having no protection at all as they can lose their ability to
slip. Always use SAE grade 2 bolts for shear-bolt models. Do not use bolts of a higher grade. These
bolts are significantly stronger than grade 2 and will transfer damaging shocks to the gearbox and
driveline by failing to shear when necessary.
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■ Move slowly into material. Adjust tractor ground speed to provide a clean cut without lugging the
tractor engine. Proper ground speed will depend on the terrain and the material’s height, type,
density, and moisture content. The operator will be able to determine appropriate ground speeds for
different conditions. Normal ground speed ranges from between 2 and 5 mph.
■ Under certain conditions, the tractor tires may push the grass down. This can result in an uneven
cut. When this occurs, reduce your ground speed, but maintain the PTO at 540 RPM. Lowering
your travel speed will allow the grass more time to rebound.
STORAGE
WARNING
■ Disconnect cutter driveshaft and secure up off the ground. Raise cutter with 3-point hitch.
Place blocks under cutter skirt. Slowly lower the cutter onto the blocks. Disconnect the
cutter from the tractor 3-point hitch and carefully drive tractor away from cutter.
■ Before leaving the area, check to ensure the cutter is stable.
■ Keep children and bystanders away from the storage area.
PRE-OPERATION CHECKLIST
OWNER/OPERATORS RESPONSIBILITY!
■ Review and follow all safety rules ([pages 6-8]) and machine safety decals.
■ Ensure the equipment is properly and securely attached to the tractor.
■ Make sure driveline spring-operated locking pin slides freely and is seated firmly in tractor PTO
spline groove.
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Lubricate all grease fitting locations. Make sure PTO shaft slip joint is lubricated.
Check to be sure gear lube runs out the small check plug on the side of the gearbox.
Check that all hardware is properly installed and secured.
Check that blades are sharp, secure, free of cracks, and that the cutting edge is positioned to lead
in a counterclockwise rotation (as viewed from the top of the unit).
■ If using shields or guards, check that they are properly installed and in good condition. Replace if
damaged.
■ Check cutting height, front-to-rear attitude, and top link adjustment.
■ Place tractor PTO and transmission in neutral before starting engine.
■ Inspect area to be cut and remove stones, branches, or other hard objects that may be thrown and
cause injury or damage.
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OWNER SERVICE
The information in this section is written for operators who possess basic mechanical skills. If you
need help, your dealer has trained service technicians available. For your protection, read and follow
the safety information in this manual.
WARNING
■ Keep all persons away from operator control while performing adjustments,
service, or maintenance.
CAUTION
■ If you do not understand any part of this manual and need assistance, see your dealer.
■ Always wear relatively tight and belted clothing to avoid getting caught in moving parts. Wear
sturdy, rough-soled work shoes and protective equipment for eyes, hair, hands, hearing and head.
BLOCKING METHOD
WARNING
■ Before performing any service or maintenance, disconnect driveline from tractor PTO.
■ Never go underneath equipment (lowered to the ground or raised) unless it is properly
blocked and secured. Never place any body part underneath equipment or between
moveable parts even when the engine has been turned off. Hydraulic system leak down,
hydraulic system failures, mechanical failures, or movement of control levers can cause
equipment to drop or rotate unexpectedly and cause severe injury or death. Follow
Operator’s Manual instructions for working underneath and blocking requirements or have
work done by a qualified dealer.
To minimize the potential hazards of working underneath the cutter, follow these procedures.
1. Jack stands (4) with a load rating of at least 1000 lbs. are the only approved blocking device for this
cutter. Install a minimum of four jack stands, one under each corner of the cutter before working
underneath the unit. Do not position jack stands under wheels, axles, or wheel supports.
Components can rotate and cause the cutter to fall.
2. Consider (and check) the overall stability of the blocked unit before working underneath. The working
surface must be level and solid to properly support the jack stands while they are supporting the
cutter. Make sure the cutter is approximately level.
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3. With full cutter weight lowered onto jack stands, test the blocking stability carefully, but vigorously, to
ensure its stability.
4. If cutter is attached to tractor when blocking, set the brakes, remove the key, and block the cutter
before working underneath. Also, securely chock the rear tractor wheels (both in front and behind)
and tighten the tractor’s lower 3-point arm anti-sway mechanism to prevent side-to-side movement.
LUBRICATION
1. Do not allow excess grease to collect on or around parts, particularly when operating in sandy
areas.
2. See figures below for lubrication points and frequency of lubrication based on normal operating
conditions. Severe or unusual conditions may require more frequent lubrication.
3. Use a lithium grease of #2 consistency with a MOLY (molybdenum disulfide) additive for all
locations unless otherwise noted. Be sure to clean fittings thoroughly before attaching grease gun.
One good pump from most guns is sufficient when the lubrication schedule is followed.
4. Equipment is shipped without gear oil in the gearbox. Your gearbox needs 32 oz. of SAE gear oil;
75W-90 is recommended for ambient temperatures of -5F to 60F, 85W-140 is recommended for
ambient temperatures of 40 F to 120 F. The oil level will be at the same level as the horizontal input
shaft when filled properly. The gearbox has a side plug that is designed to allow for oil level checks.
If oil runs out of the hole when the plug is removed, the oil level is sufficient.
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LUBRICATION POINTS
1. Tail-wheel pivot tube ....................................................................8 hours
2. Tail-wheel .....................................................................................8 hours
3. PTO shaft: front and rear U-joints ...............................................8 hours
4. PTO shaft: slip joint (apply grease to inner shaft .........................8 hours
5. PTO shaft: plastic shield bearings ...............................................8 hours
6. Gearbox (check oil) ......................................................................Daily
BLADE
SERVICING
Blade Removal
If blade bolt is seized in stump jumper’s crossbar and extreme force will be needed to remove it, support
crossbar from below to prevent gearbox damage.
1. Disconnect driveline from tractor PTO.
2. Raise cutter and block securely.
3. Align the crossbar of the stump jumper with blade access hole in the cutter frame. Remove blade
bolt nut and lock washer. Carefully drive bolt out of crossbar.
4. Rotate and repeat for the second blade.
Blade Installation
CAUTION
■ Your dealer can supply genuine replacement blades. Substitute blades may not meet original
equipment specifications and may be dangerous.
■ Blade rotation is counterclockwise when looking down on the cutter. Be sure to install blade cutting
edge to lead in counterclockwise rotation.
■ Always replace or sharpen both blades at the same time. Failure to do this could result in an
imbalance which can cause the cutter to vibrate violently.
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1. Inspect the blade bolts for nicks or gouges and, if found, replace the damaged blade bolt(s).
2. Insert blade bolt through the blade. Blade should swivel on blade bolt; if it doesn’t, determine the
cause and correct.
3. Align crossbar with blade access hole in cutter frame. Apply a liberal coating of an anti-seize product
to the blade bolt and crossbar hole. Make sure blade offset is away from cutter. Push blade bolt
through crossbar.
4. Insert lock washer and nut through blade access hole in the cutter deck. Install on blade bolt and
tighten to 450 ft-lbs using a 1-11/16˝ socket.
Blade Sharpening
■ Closely inspect blades for cracks or nicks. If damage is found, replace blades in pairs.
■ When sharpening blades, grind the same amount on each blade to maintain balance. Replace
blades in pairs. Unbalanced blades will cause excessive vibration, which can damage gearbox
bearings.
1. Sharpen both blades at the same time to maintain balance. Follow original sharpening
pattern.
2. Do no sharpen blade to a razor edge: leave at least a 1/16˝ blunt edge.
3. Do not sharpen back side of blade.
SLIP-CLUTCH ADJUSTMENT
The slip-clutch (if equipped) is designed to slip so that the gearbox and the driveline are protected
if the cutter blades strike an obstruction.
A new slip clutch or one that has been in storage over the winter may seize, rendering the shaft
and gearbox completely unprotected. Before operating the cutter, make sure it will slip by
performing the following operation:
1. Turn off tractor and remove key.
2. Loosen nuts on springs until the springs can rotate freely, yet remain secure on the bolts.
3. Make in-line marks on the outer plates of the slip-clutch.
4. Securely attach cutter to the tractor and start the tractor.
5. Engage the PTO for several seconds then quickly disengage it.
6. Turn tractor off and remove key.
7. The friction plates should have “slipped.” If the marks made previously are no longer in-line with
each other, this is the case.
8. If the clutch does not slip, check assembly for oil, grease, and debris.
9. Reassemble clutch and tighten bolts no more than 1/8 of a turn at a time until the desired setting of
1.15˝ spring length is reached.
10. If excessive slippage continues, check lining plates for excessive wear. The slip plates are 1/8˝
thick when new. They should be replaced after 1/32˝ of wear to ensure proper operation.
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DRIVELINE SHEAR-BOLT REPLACEMENT
■ Always use a 1/2˝ x 3-1/4˝ SAE grade 2 bolt as a replacement part. Using a hardened bolt (such
as grade 5 or grade 8) may result in damage to driveline or gearbox.
1. Slide the driveline bell shield (covers the U-joint of the PTO shaft and input shaft of gearbox) back
along the driveline guard. This is accomplished by depressing the 3 tabs (just inside the holes
provided) at the base of the bell and sliding the bell shield back over the cylindrical guard.
2. Remove the damaged shear bolt.
3. Rotate the driveline to align the holes in the yoke with the hole in the input shaft of the gearbox.
Install shear bolt and secure with nylock nut.
4. Ensure that the retaining ring is set properly in the groove on the input shaft of the gearbox.
5. Slide the bell shield back over the three tabs at its base, ensuring that the tabs snap back into
position.
SHIELDING REPAIR
DANGER
■ This machine is equipped with front and rear guards.
■ DO NOT operate the machine without the guards in place.
Rubber Shielding
Inspect rubber shielding each day of operation and replace if bent, cracked or broken.
Chain Shielding
Inspect chain shielding each day of operation and replace any broken or missing chains as
required.
CLEANING
After Each Use
■ Remove large debris (clumps of dirt, grass, crop residue, etc.) from
machine.
■ Inspect machine and replace worn or damaged parts.
■ Replace any missing, damaged, or otherwise unreadable safety decals.
Periodically or Before Extended Storage
■ Clean large debris (clumps of dirt, grass, crop residue, etc.) from machine.
■ Remove the remainder using a low-pressure water spray.
1. Take extra care when spraying near safety decals. The water spray could penetrate under
the decal and peel it off.
2. Be careful when spraying near any paint damage. The spray could remove more paint.
page 18
■ Inspect the cutter and replace any worn or damaged parts. After an extended period of nonuse, any damage to the cutter may be overlooked, or forgotten, when the machine is again
put into service.
■ Sand down scratches and the edges of areas of missing paint and coat with Bad Boy touchup paint.
■ Replace any missing, damaged, or otherwise unreadable decals.
TROUBLESHOOTING
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSE
SOLUTION
Grass is cut lower in the
center of the path than at the
edge.
Height of cutter is too low
at rear or front.
Adjust cutter height and
attitude so that cutter rear
and front are within ½˝ of
same height.
Streaking conditions in path.
Conditions too wet for
mowing.
Allow grass to dry before
mowing.
Blades unable to cut grass
pressed flat by tractor tires.
Slow ground speed of tractor
but keep PTO running at 540
RPM.
Dull Blades
Sharpen or replace blades.
Material too high and dense.
Reduce ground speed
(maintaining 540 RPM tractor
PTO) or make two passes.
Raise cutter for the first pass;
then lower cutter to desired
height and cut perpendicular
to the first passes.
Material discharges from
cutter unevenly; material
bunches along path.
Grass wet.
Rear of cutter too low,
trapping material under cutter.
Allow grass to dry before
mowing.
Adjust cutter height and
attitude.
Cutter no longer cuts at
all (Shear bolt model).
Shear-bolt has sheared.
Install new shear-bolt.
Cutter will not cut all the
time (Slip-clutch model).
Slip-clutch excessively slipping. Adjust slip-clutch according to
instructions under ‘SLIPCLUTCH ADJUSTMENT’
section of this manual.
page 19
5' Rotary Cutter Assembly and Parts List
39
8
33
4
6
2
39
3
6
34
33
8
9
5
32
2
23
37
11
6
40
36
20
14
35
1
22
14
12
13
FOR SHEAR PIN
CUTTERS ONLY
42
31
10
7
26
19
43
15
30
24
13
7
12
16
38
17
25
19
10
27
24
26
41
26
25
28
18
29
18
page 20
Parts List
PART NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
360-1000-00
5' Cutter Deck
303-1000-00
Front Hitch Brace (left-right)
325-0001-00
3.1" Hinge Spacer
318-0004-00
5/8" x 6" Gr 5 Hex Bolt (Coarse)
ITEM
1
2
3
4
QTY
1
2
1
1
5
4
313-0005-00
5/8" CenterLock Nut GrC (Fine)
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
4
4
2
1
4
1
2
2
313-0002-00
313-0001-00
019-5038-00
319-0001-00
019-8053-00
024-6034-00
340-0001-00
391-0001-00
5/8 Std NC Nylock Nut
7/16" Coarse Hex Nut
5/8'' Flat Washer
1-1/4" Flat Washer
7/16" Lock Washer
1/4" Press in Grease Fitting
Category 1 Lift Pin
Cutter Decal - Danger Rotating Blades
14
2
391-0002-00
Cutter Decal - Operating Instructions
15
1
391-0003-00
Cutter Decal - Warning Driveshaft
16
17
18
19
1
2
2
4
337-0001-00
338-0001-00
318-0001-00
318-0008-00
Stump Jumper
5' Rotary Cutter Blade
Blade Bolt Kit
7/16" x 1-1/4" Gr2 Carriage Bolt - Black
20
4
318-0007-00
5/8" x 1-3/4" Gr8 Hex Bolt (Fine)
21
1
318-0006-00
1/2" x 3 1/4" Gr2 Hex Bolt (Coarse) (CUTSP60)
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
1
1
2
2
6
1
1
1
1
4
322-0002-00
344-0001-00
018-2007-00
013-9002-00
019-8044-00
367-0001-00
337-0003-00
337-0002-00
314-0003-00
018-0057-00
Tail Wheel Assembly
Tail Wheel Roll Pin
5/16" x 1" Bolt
5/16" Flange Nut
5/16" Flat Washer
Document Holder
1 - 14 Castle Nut
Cotter pin
PTO Guard
5/16"-18 x 1/2 GR5 Hex bolt zink
32
33
34
35
1
2
1
1
350-4010-00
303-1110-00
339-0030-00
018-5309-00
Tail Wheel Arm
Middle Brace (left-right)
Hinge Bracket
5/8-11 X 4.5 GR 5 Hex Bolts Zinc
36
37
1
1
340-0011-00
350-0001-00
5/8" x 4" Lynch Pin
RC-51 55HP Gearbox 1:1.93 (CUTSP60)
38
1
350-0002-00
Series 5 PTO Shaft (CUTSP60)
39
40
41
42
43
2
1
1
1
1
018-0041-00
350-0015-00
350-0016-00
318-0006-00
313-0003-00
5/8" x 1 3/4" Grade 5 Hex Bolt (Coarse)
RC-51 55HP Gearbox 1:1.93 (CUTSC60)
Series 5 PTO Shaft (CUTSC60)
1/2" x 3 1/4" Gr2 Hex Bolt (Coarse) (CUTSP60)
1/2" Std NC Nylock Nut (CUTSP60)
page 21
ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
Note: Use cutter part list and accompanying illustration located in the previous section to reference
item numbers indicated in the assembly instructions. Item numbers are in parenthesis. Partial or full
assembly of the cutter may have been performed prior to purchase.
1. Attach Front Hitch Braces (2) to the hitch points located at the front of 5´ Cutter Deck Assembly (1) with
Category 1 Lift Pins (12). The braces should be on the inside of the hitch points; the lift pins on the
outside. Do not tighten.
2. Insert 5/8˝ x 6˝ Hex Bolt (4) through the following parts in the order given: 5/8˝ Flat Washer
(8); Front Hitch Brace (2); Middle Brace (33); Hinge Spacer (3) {At this point, slide Hinge Spacer
through the larger holes of Hinge Bracket (34)}; Middle Brace (33); Front Hitch Brace (2); 5/8˝ Flat
Washer (8). Secure with 5/8˝ Nylock Nut (6). Do not tighten.
3. Insert 5/8˝ x 1-3/4˝ Hex Bolt (39) through the 5/8˝ hole in the ‘H’ frame of 5' Cutter Deck Assembly (1);
Middle Brace (33). Secure with 5/8˝ Nylock Nut (6). Do not tighten. Repeat step #3 for the right side.
4. Attach the front of the Tail Wheel Tube (32) using 5/8" x 4.5" Hex Bolt (35) and 5/8" Nylock Nut (6) to
the forward mount on the deck. Attach the Tail Wheel Tube (32) to the rear mount of the deck using the
5/8" x 4" Lynch Pin (36).
5. Insert post of the Tail Wheel Assembly (22) through the following parts in the order given: Tail Wheel
Tube (32) {entering from the bottom of the tube}; 1-1/4” Flat Washer (9). Secure by inserting the tail
wheel roll pin (23) through hole in post of the Tail Wheel Assembly.
PAGE 22
Chain Guard Assembly
314-0001-00
3
4
5
6
5
4
1
2
3
ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
6
QTY
14
1
2
2
2
1
Parts List
PART NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
347-0001-00
5/16" Chain-4 Links
335-0001-00
Safety Chain Rod
013-5203-00
3/8" Flange Nut
318-0008-00
7/16" x 1-1/4" Gr2 Carriage Bolt - Black
313-0006-00
7/16"-14 Hex Center Locknut - Black
339-0042-00
Chain Guard Bracket Assembly-short
Page 23
Rear Rubber Guard Assembly
314-0004-00
1
4
3
2
ITEM
1
2
3
4
QTY
1
1
8
8
Parts List
PART NUMBER
381-0003-00
326-0040-00
318-0008-00
313-0006-00
DESCRIPTION
5' Cutter Rear Rubber Guard
2017 Rubber Mount Plate 5'
7/16" x 1-1/4" Gr2 Carriage Bolt - Black
7/16"-14 Hex Center Locknut
PAGE 24
Tail Wheel Assembly
1
4
5
3
2
ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
QTY
1
1
1
1
1
Parts List
PART NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
323-0002-00
Tail Wheel Fork
318-0011-00
3/4 - 16 Tail Wheel Axle Bolt
313-0008-00
3/4 - 16 Hex Nut
322-0007-00
Tire and Wheel
322-0002-00
Tail Wheel Assembly (1,2,3,and 4)
PAGE 25
6' Rotary Cutter Assembly and Parts List
5
3
36
6
4
2
36
29
6
1
12
7
3
5
30
27
33
6
1
34
8
37
10
31
22
32
11
9
28
9
8
22
10
23
20
FOR
SHEAR
PIN
CUTTER
ONLY.
15
39
25
40
13
21
24
26
20
14
23
35
15
16
38
18
19
17
19
17
41
42
page 26
Parts List
ITEM
QTY
PART NUMBER
1
2
303-1020-00
Front Hitch Brace (left-right) 72" Cutter
2
1
339-0035-00
Hinge Bracket 6' Cutter
3
2
303-2100-00
6' Middle Brace (left-right)
4
1
318-0004-00
5/8" x 6" Gr 5 Hex Bolt (Coarse)
5
2
019-5038-00
5/8'' Flat Washer
6
4
313-0002-00
5/8 Std NC Nylock Nut
7
1
325-0001-00
3.1" Hinge Spacer
8
4
318-0008-00
7/16" x 1-1/4" Gr2 Carriage Bolt - Black
9
4
019-8053-00
7/16" Lock Washer
10
4
313-0001-00
7/16" Coarse Hex Nut
11
4
318-0007-00
5/8" x 1-3/4" Gr8 Hex Bolt (Fine)
12
4
313-0005-00
5/8" CenterLock Nut GrC (Fine)
13
1
367-0001-00
Document Holder
14
2
018-2007-00
5/16" x 1" Bolt
15
6
019-8044-00
5/16" Flat Washer
16
2
013-9002-00
5/16" Flange Nut
17
2
318-0001-00
Blade Bolt Kit
18
1
337-0001-00
Stump Jumper
19
2
338-0002-00
6' Rotary Cutter Blade
20
2
391-0001-00
Cutter Decal - Danger Rotating Blades
21
1
391-0003-00
Cutter Decal - Warning Driveshaft
22
2
391-0002-00
Cutter Decal - Operating Instructions
23
2
340-0005-00
Category 2 Lift Pin
24
1
314-0003-00
PTO Guard
25
4
018-0057-00
5/16"-18 x 1/2 GR5 Hex bolt zink
26
1
360-2000-00
6' Cutter Deck
27
1
350-4010-00
Tail Wheel Arm
28
1
322-0003-00
Tail Wheel Assembly
29
1
319-0001-00
1-1/4" Flat Washer
30
1
344-0001-00
Tail Wheel Roll Pin
31
1
018-5309-00
5/8-11 X 4.5 GR 5 Hex Bolts Zinc
32
1
340-0011-00
5/8" x 4" Lynch Pin
33
1
024-6034-00
1/4" Drive in Grease Fitting
34
1
350-0017-00
RC-61 75HP Gearbox 1:1.46 (CUTSP72)
35
1
350-0018-00
Series 6 PTO Shaft (CUTSP72)
36
2
018-0041-00
5/8" x 1 3/4" Grade 5 Hex Bolt (Coarse)
37
1
350-0003-00
RC-61 75HP Gearbox 1:1.46 (CUTSC72)
38
1
350-0019-00
Series 6 PTO Shaft (CUTSC72)
39
1
318-0006-00
1/2" X 3 1/4" Gr2 Hex Bolt (Coarse) (CUTSP72)
40
1
313-0003-00
1/2 Std NC Nylock Nut
41
1
337-0002-00
3/16 x 2 1/4 Cotter Pin
42
1
337-0003-00
1" Castle Nut
DESCRIPTION
page 27
ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
Note: Use cutter part list and accompanying illustration located in the previous section to
reference item numbers indicated in the assembly instructions. Item numbers are in
parenthesis. Partial or full assembly of the cutter may have been performed prior to purchase.
1. Attach Front Hitch Braces (1) to the hitch points located at the front of 6´ Cutter Deck
Assembly (26) with Category 2 Lift Pins (23). The braces should be on the inside of the hitch
points; the lift pins on the outside. Do not tighten.
2. Insert 5/8˝ x 6˝ Hex Bolt (4) through the following parts in the order given: 5/8˝ Flat Washer
(5); Front Hitch Brace (1); Middle Brace (3); Hinge Spacer (7) {At this point, slide Hinge
Spacer through the larger holes of Hinge Bracket (2)}; Middle Brace (3); Front Hitch Brace
(1); 5/8˝ Flat Washer (5). Secure with 5/8˝ Nylock Nut (6). Do not tighten.
3. Insert 5/8˝ x 1-3/4˝ Hex Bolt (36) through the 5/8˝ hole in the ‘H’ frame of 6˝ Cutter Deck
Assembly (26); Middle Brace (3). Secure with 5/8˝ Nylock Nut (6). Do not tighten. Repeat step
#3 for the right side.
4. Attach the front of the Tail Wheel Tube (27) using 5/8" x 4.5" Hex Bolt (31) and 5/8" Nylock
Nut (6) to the forward mount on the deck. Attach the Tail Wheel Tube (27) to the rear mount of
the deck using the 5/8" x 4" Lynch Pin (32).
5. Insert post of the Tail Wheel Assembly (28) through the following parts in the order given: Tail
Wheel Tube (27) {entering from the bottom of the tube}; 1-1/4” Flat Washer (29). Secure by
inserting the tail wheel roll pin (30) through hole in post of the Tail Wheel Assembly.
PAGE 28
6' Chain Guard Assembly
314-0010-00
3
4
5
6
2
3
1
Parts List
ITEM
QTY
1
17
347-0001-00
PART NUMBER
5/16" Chain-4 Links
2
1
335-0002-00
6' Safety Chain Rod
3
2
013-5203-00
3/8" Flange Nut
4
2
318-0008-00
7/16" x 1-1/4" Gr2 Carriage Bolt - Black
5
2
313-0006-00
7/16"-14 Hex Center Locknut
6
1
339-0050-00
6' Chain Guard Welded Assembly
DESCRIPTION
page 29
6' Rear Rubber Guard Assembly
314-0005-00
3
3
4
4
2
1
Parts List
ITEM
QTY
PART NUMBER
1
1
381-0004-00
6' Rubber Guard
2
1
326-0035-00
2017 Rubber Mount Plate 6'
3
10
313-0006-00
7/16"-14 Hex Center Locknut
4
10
318-0008-00
7/16" x 1-1/4" Gr2 Carriage Bolt - Black
DESCRIPTION
page 30
6' Tail Wheel Assembly
1
4
3
2
Parts List
ITEM
QTY
PART NUMBER
1
1
323-0002-00
Tail Wheel Fork
2
1
318-0011-00
3/4 - 16 Tail Wheel Axle Bolt
3
1
313-0008-00
3/4 - 16 Hex Nut
4
1
322-0006-00
Tire and Wheel
5
1
322-0003-00
Tail Wheel Assembly (1,2,3,and 5)
DESCRIPTION
page 31
FASTENER TORQUE CHART
NOTICE: Torque values given in the above text assume an unlubricated fastener. If using a lubricated fastener,
reduce the torque (given in the previous text) by 25%.
Fastener
Item Number
Torque
(Lubricated/Unlubricated)
56 ft-lbs / 75 ft-lbs
1/2˝ x 1-1/4˝ Hex Bolt
8
9
⅝5/8˝ x 6˝ Hex Bolt
10
90 ft-lbs / 120 ft-lbs
1/2˝ x 3-1/4˝ Hex Bolt
(Shear-bolt)
35
30 ft-lbs / 40 ft-lbs
⅝ 5/8˝x 1-3/4 Hex Bolt
33
150 ft-lbs / 200 ft-lbs
1-1/8˝ Blade Bolt
27
337 ft-lbs / 450 ft-lbs
⅝5/8˝ x 2-1/2˝ Hex Bolt
52 ft-lbs / 70 ft-lbs
2
3
1
3
2
1
ITEM
1
2
3
QTY
1
1
1
Parts List
PART NUMBER
340-0002-00
340-0003-00
340-0004-00
Parts List
DESCRIPTION
Lift Pin
Lift Pin Nut
Lift Pin Washer
ITEM
1
2
3
QTY
1
1
1
PART NUMBER
318-0001-01
318-0001-03
318-0001-02
DESCRIPTION
Blade Bolt
Blade Bolt Nut
Blade Bolt Lock Washer
PAGE 32
DEALER’S CHECKLISTS
PRE-DELIVERY CHECK LIST
It is the dealer’s responsibility to fully assemble and inspect the cutter before the customer takes delivery of the
unit. The following check list is provided as a memory aid to ensure all points are inspected. Check off the
items below as they are completed.
____ Check the torque of all bolts to be sure they meet the values given in the Fastener Torque Chart (pg. 24).
____ Check that the cotter pin is properly secured.
____ Check the PTO shaft for proper installation.
____ Check that the gearbox is properly filled with gear oil and that no seals are leaking.
____ Grease all lubrication points as shown in Lubrication (pgs. 14-15).
____ Check that blades have been properly installed. The cutting edge should lead in a counterclockwise
motion when viewed from above.
DELIVERY CHECKLIST
____ Explain the importance of periodic inspections and lubrication to the customer.
____ Present the Owner’s Manual to the customer and request that the customer and all other users read the
material before operation. Explain the importance of the safety rules.
____ Explain the importance of front ballasts. This unit weighs 650 pounds; the customer needs to weigh the
tractor and equipment to ensure at least 20% of the total weight is on the tractor’s front wheels. ____
Explain that if the unit is transported on or along a roadway, safety devices (such as reflector decals) should be
utilized in order to alert motorists of the equipment’s presence.
■ IMPORTANT- The gearbox was not filled with gear oil at the factory. It must be filled before
the cutter can be placed into service (see Lubrication, pg. 14). Failure to fill the gearbox with
the proper quantity of gear oil will result in damage to the gearbox.
PAGE 33
WARRANTY
OWNER/OPERATOR’S RESPONSIBILITY
It is the owner and/or operator’s responsibility to read the owner’s manual before use. Failure to read the
owner’s manual is considered a misuse of this equipment.
It is the owner and/or operator’s responsibility to inspect the product and to have any part(s) repaired or
replaced before continued operation. Failure to do so could cause damage, excessive wear to other
parts, or jeopardize operator safety.
Bad Boy Cutters will not be responsible for the
pickup and delivery of a machine for warranty
purposes or inspection.
LIMITED WARRANTY
Bad Boy Cutters warrants to the original purchaser of any new Bad Boy Cutter(s) that the equipment be free
from defects in material and workmanship for a period of two (2) year from date of retail sale.
At Bad Boy Cutters request, the customer will make the defective part available for inspection by Bad Boy
Cutters and/or return the defective part to Bad Boy Cutters. Transportation charges prepaid.
WHAT THIS WARRANTY DOES NOT COVER:
This warranty does not cover defects caused by depreciation or damage caused by wear, accidents,
improper maintenance, improper use or abuse of the product, alterations, or failure to follow the instruction
contained in the Owner’s Manual for operation and maintenance.
Normal maintenance service and normal replacement items such as gearbox lubricant, worn blades, tire, or
normal deterioration of exterior finish due to use or exposure.
The customer shall pay any charges for making service calls and/or for transporting the Cutter to and from
the place where the inspection and/or warranty work is performed.
Bad Boy Cutters will not be responsible for the pickup and delivery
of a machine for warranty purposes or inspection.
PAGE 34
WARRANTY LIMITATION:
THERE IS NO OTHER EXPRESSED WARRANTY. ANY WARRANTY THAT MAY BE IMPLIED FROM
THIS PURCHASE INCLUDING MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE IS
HEREBY LIMITED TO THE DURATION OF THIS WARRANTY AND TO THE EXTENT PERMITTED BY
LAW ANY AND ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES ARE EXCLUDED. Some states do not allow limitations on
how long an implied warranty lasts, so the above limitations may not apply to you.
BAD BOY CUTTERS WILL NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY INCIDENTAL, CONSEQUENTIAL, OR SPECIAL
DAMAGES AND/OR EXPENSES IN CONNECTION WITH THE PURCHASE OR USE OF THE CUTTER.
Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above
limitation(s) or exclusion(s) may not apply to you.
HOW TO OBTAIN SERVICE UNDER THIS WARRANTY:
Warranty service can be arranged by contacting the dealer where you purchased the mower or by contacting
Bad Boy Cutters at warranty@badboycutters.com.
Proof of the date of purchase may be required to verify warranty coverage.
B. Warranty claims will not be reviewed or paid unless the warranty registration is
received by Bad Boy Cutters within 30 days of the retail purchase date.
Record the model number, serial number and date purchased. This information will be helpful obtaining
parts or service if required.
SERIAL NUMBER _____________________________
DATE OF RETAIL SALE _________________________
PLACE OF PURCHASE _________________________
MAKE CERTAIN THE WARRANTY REGISTRATION HAS BEEN FILED BY THE DEALERSHIP
WITHIN 30 DAYS FROM THE DATE OF PURCHASE BY COMPLETING THE ONLINE
REGISTRATION FORM.
PAGE 35
102 Industrial Drive
Batesville, Arkansas 72501
(870) 698-0090
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