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SIDE ROTARY
ASSEMBLIES
Current as of 02/22/2010
JD 5520
CAB, WOC
PARTS LISTING WITH
MOUNTING AND OPERATING
INSTRUCTIONS
Tiger Corporation
3301 N. Louise Ave.
Sioux Falls, SD 57107
1-800-843-6849
1-605-336-7900
www.tiger-mowers.com
34298
TO THE OWNER / OPERATOR / DEALER
All implements with moving parts are potentially hazardous. There is no substitute for a cautious,
safe-minded operator who recognizes the potential hazards and follows reasonable safety practices.
The manufacturer has designed this implement to be used with all its safety equipment properly
attached to minimize the chance of accidents.
BEFORE YOU START!! Read the safety messages on the implement and shown in this manual.
Observe the rules of safety and use common sense!
READ AND UNDERSTAND THIS MANUAL! Non–English speaking operators will need to GET
THE MANUAL TRANSLATED as needed!
Warranty Information: Read and understand the complete Warranty Statement found in this manual. Fill out the
Warranty Registration form in full and return it within 90 days. Make certain the Serial Number of the machine is
recorded on the Warranty Card, and form that you retain.
FORWARD
This manual contains information about many features of the Tiger mowing
and roadside maintenance equipment. Some of these include: Safety precautions,
Assembly instructions, Operations, Maintenance and Parts. This manual will also
assist you in the proper break-in, daily care, and troubleshooting of your new
mower.
We recommend that you read carefully the entire manual before operating the
unit. Also, time spent in becoming fully acquainted with its performance features,
adjustments, and maintenance schedules will be repaid in a long and satisfactory
life of the equipment.
Troubleshooting - Please, before you call, help us to help you!
Please look at the equipment to observe what is happening, then:
• Classify the problem
• Hydraulic, electrical or mechanical - Read the trouble shooting section
• Tractor or Truck chassis - Contact vehicle dealer
• If unable to correct the problem yourself, contact your local Tiger Dealer after
gathering:
• Machine model _______________________
• Serial number ________________________
• Dealer name _________________________
• Detailed information about the problem including results of troubleshooting
Attention Owner / Operator / Dealer: It is your obligation to read, and understand,
the warranty information section located at the back of this manual denoting that the
purchaser understands the safety issues relating to this machine and has received
and will read a copy of this manual.
If at any time, you have a service problem with your Tiger mower, Contact
your local dealer for service and parts needed.
MANUFACTURED BY:
Tiger Corporation
3301 N. Louise Ave.
Sioux Falls, SD 57107
1-800-843-6849
1-605-336-7900
www.tiger-mowers.com
DISTRIBUTED BY:
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
SAFETY_____________________________________________ 1-1
Safety Information__________________________________ 1-2
ASSEMBLY / MOUNTING SECTION _______________________ 2-1
OPERATION SECTION_________________________________ 3-1
MAINTENANCE SECTION______________________________ 4-1
PARTS SECTION_____________________________________ 5-1
Parts Ordering Guide_______________________________ 5-2
Parts Table of Contents______________________________ 5-3
Common Parts Section ____________________________ 6-1
WARRANTY INFORMATION_____________________________ 7-1
This symbol means:
CAUTION – YOUR SAFETY IS AT RISK!
When you see this symbol, read and
follow the associated instructions carefully
or personal injury or damage may result.
Tiger is a registered trademark.
SAFETY
SECTION
SAFETY
SAFETY
General Safety Instructions and Practices
A safe and careful operator is the best operator. Safety is of primary importance to the
manufacturer and should be to the owner / operator. Most accidents can be avoided by
being aware of your equipment, your surroundings, and observing certain precautions.
The first section of this manual includes a list of Safety Messages that, if followed, will help
protect the operator and bystanders from injury or death. Read and understand these
Safety Messages before assembling, operating or servicing this mower. This equipment
should only be operated by those persons who have read the Manual, who are responsible
and trained, and who know how to do so safely and responsibly.
The Safety Alert Symbol combined with a Signal Word, as seen below, is used
throughout this manual and on decals which are attached to the equipment. The
Safety Alert Symbol means: “ATTENTION! BECOME ALERT! YOUR SAFETY
IS INVOLVED!” The symbol and signal word are intended to warn the owner /
operator of impending hazards and the degree of possible injury when operating
this equipment.
Practice all usual and customary safe working precautions and
above all -- remember safety is up to YOU! Only YOU can
prevent serious injury or death from unsafe practices.
Indicates an imminently hazardous situation that, if not avoided, WILL result in
DEATH OR VERY SERIOUS INJURY.
Indicates an imminently hazardous situation that, if not avoided, COULD result
in DEATH OR SERIOUS INJURY.
Indicates an imminently hazardous situation that, if not avoided, MAY result in
MINOR INJURY.
IMPORTANT!
NOTE:
Identifies special instructions or procedures that, if not strictly observed, could
result in damage to, or destruction of the machine, attachments or the
enviroment.
Identifies points of particular interest for more efficient or convienient operation
or repair. (SG-1)
READ, UNDERSTAND, and FOLLOW the following Safety Messages.
Serious injury or death may occur unless care is taken to follow the
warnings and instructions stated in the Safety Messages. Always use
good common sense to avoid hazards. (SG-2)
Side Rtry Safety Section 1-2
SAFETY
Si no lee Ingles, pida ayuda a alguien que
si lo lea para que le traduzca las medidas
de seguridad. (SG-3)
DANGER!
Never operate the Tractor or Implement until you have read and
completely understand this Manual, the Tractor Operator’s Manual,
and each of the Safety Messages found in the Manual or on the Tractor
and Implement. Learn how to stop the tractor engine suddenly in an
emergency. Never allow inexperienced or untrained personnel too
operate the Tractor and Implement without supervision. Make sure
the operator has fully read and understood the manuals prior to
operation. (SG-4)
WARNING!
Always maintain the safety decals in good readable condition. If the
decals are missing, damaged, or unreadable, obtain and install replacement decals immediately. (SG-5)
LEA EL
INSTRUCTIVO!
Make certain that the “Slow Moving Vehicle” (SMV) sign is installed in
such a way as to be clearly visible and legible. When transporting the
Equipment use the Tractor flashing warning lights and follow all local traffic
regulations. (SG-6)
WARNING!
Operate this Equipment only with a Tractor equipped with an
approved roll-over-protective system (ROPS). Always wear seat
belts. Serious injury or even death could result from falling off the
tractor--particularly during a turnover when the operator could be
pinned under the ROPS. (SG-7)
WARNING!
Do not modify or alter this Implement. Do not permit anyone to modify
or alter this Implement, any of its components or any Implement
function. (SG-8)
DANGER!
BEFORE leaving the tractor seat, always engage the brake and/or set
the tractor transmission in parking gear, disengage the PTO, stop the
engine, remove the key, and wait for all moving parts to stop. Place the
tractor shift lever into a low range or parking gear to prevent the tractor
from rolling. Never dismount a Tractor that is moving or while the engine
is running. Operate the Tractor controls from the tractor seat only.
(SG-9)
Side Rtry Safety Section 1-3
SAFETY
WARNING!
!
PELIGRO!
SAFETY
DANGER!
Never allow children or other persons to ride on the Tractor or Implement.
Falling off can result in serious injury or death.
SAFETY
(SG-10)
DANGER!
Never allow children to operate or ride on the Tractor or Implement.
(SG-11)
WARNING!
Do not mount the Tractor while the tractor is moving. Mount the Tractor
only when the Tractor and all moving parts are completely stopped.
(SG-12)
DANGER!
Start tractor only when properly seated in the Tractor seat. Starting a
tractor in gear can result in injury or death. Read the Tractor operators
manual for proper starting instructions. (SG-13)
DANGER!
Never work under the Implement, the framework, or any lifted component unless the Implement is securely supported or blocked up to
prevent sudden or inadvertent falling which could cause serious injury
or even death. (SG-14)
DANGER!
Do not operate this Equipment with hydraulic oil leaking. Oil is
expensive and its presence could present a hazard. Do not check for
leaks with your hand! Use a piece of heavy paper or cardboard. Highpressure oil streams from breaks in the line could penetrate the skin
and cause tissue damage including gangrene. If oil does penetrate the
skin, have the injury treated immediately by a physician knowledgeable and skilled in this procedure. (SG-15)
Side Rtry Safety Section 1-4
SAFETY
The operator and all support personnel should wear hard hats,
safety shoes, safety glasses, and proper hearing protection at all
times for protection from injury including injury from items thrown by
the equipment.
(SG-16)
CAUTION!
PROLONGED EXPOSURE TO LOUD NOISE MAY CAUSE PERMANENT HEARING LOSS! Tractors with or without an Implement
attached can often be noisy enough to cause permanent hearing
loss. We recommend that you always wear hearing protection if the
noise in the Operator’s position exceeds 80db. Noise over 85db
over an extended period of time will cause severe hearing loss.
Noise over 90db adjacent to the Operator over an extended period of
time will cause permanent or total hearing loss. Note: Hearing loss
from loud noise [from tractors, chain saws, radios, and other such
sources close to the ear] is cumulative over a lifetime without hope
of natural recovery. (SG-I7)
WARNING!
Transport only at safe speeds. Serious accidents and injuries can
result from operating this equipment at unsafe speeds. Understand
the Tractor and Implement and how it handles before transporting
on streets and highways. Make sure the T
ractor steering and brakes
are in good condition and operate properly.
Before transporting the Tractor and Implement, determine the safe
transport speeds for you and the equipment. Make sure you abide by
the following rules:
1. Test the tractor at a slow speed and increase the speed slowly.
Apply the Brakes smoothly to determine the stopping
characteristics of the Tractor and Implement.
As you increase the speed of the Tractor the stopping distance
increases. Determine the maximum safe transport speed for
you and this Equipment.
2. Test the equipment at a slow speed in turns. Increase the speed
through the turn only after you determine that it is safe to operate
at a higher speed. Use extreme care and reduce your speed
when
turning sharply to prevent the tractor and implement from turn3. Only
ing transport the Tractor and Implement at the speeds that you
over. determined
Determine the
turning
speed
you and
have
aremaximum
safe and safe
which
allow you
to for
properly
conthis equipment before operating on roads or uneven
ground.
trol
the equipment.
Be aware of the operating conditions. Do not operate the T ractor
with weak or faulty brakes. When operating down a hill or on wet or
rain slick roads, the braking distance increases: use extreme care
and reduce your speed. When operating in traffic always use the
Tractor’s flashing warning lights and reduce your speed. Be aware of
traffic around you andwatch out for the other guy. (SG-19)
Side Rtry Safety Section 1-5
SAFETY
WARNING!
SAFETY
SAFETY
WARNING!
Never attempt to lubricate, adjust, or remove material from the
Implement while it is in motion or while tractor engine is running. Make
sure the tractor engine is off before working on the Implement.
(SG-20)
WARNING!
Periodically inspect all moving parts for wear and replace when
necessary with authorized service parts. Look for loose fasteners,
worn or broken parts, and leaky or loose fittings. Make sure all pins
have cotter pins and washers. Serious injury may occur from not
maintaining this machine in good working order. (SG-21)
WARNING!
Always read carefully and comply fully with the manufacturers instructions when handling oil, solvents, cleansers, and any other chemical
agent. (SG-22)
DANGER!
Never run the tractor engine in a closed building or without adequate
ventilation. The exhaust fumes can be hazardous to your health.
(SG-23)
DANGER!
KEEP AWAY FROM ROTATING ELEMENTS to prevent entanglement
and possible serious injury or death.
(SG-24)
DANGER!
Never allow children to play on or around Tractor or Implement. Children
can slip or fall off the Equipment and be injured or killed. Children can
cause the Implement to shift or fall crushing themselves or others. (SG-25)
DANGER!
DO NOT allow any person under a folded wing unless wing is securely
locked up or supported. DO NOT approach the Implement unless the
Tractor is turned off and all motion has ceased. Never work under the
frame work, or any lifted component unless the implement is securely
supported or blocked up. A sudden or inadvertent fall by any of these
components could cause serious injury or even death. (STI-3)
Side Rtry Safety Section 1-6
SAFETY
CAUTION!
On a fully-assembled unit, do not remove the Wing Retaining Strap
until hoses are attached to the tractor and the Wing Cylinders are
filled with oil. Lower the Wings slowly and carefully. Keep bystanders away during operations. (STI-5)
NEVER use drugs or alcohol immediately before or while operating the
Tractor and Implement. Drugs and alcohol will affect an operator’s
alertness and coordination and therefore affect the operator’s ability to
operate the equipment safely. Before operating the Tractor or Implement, an operator on prescription or over-the-counter medication must
consult a medical professional regarding any side effects of the medication that would hinder their ability to operate the Equipment safely.
NEVER knowingly allow anyone to operate this equipment when their
alertness or coordination is impaired. Serious injury or death to the
operator or others could result if the operator is under the influence of
drugs or alcohol. (SG-27)
DANGER!
Operate the Tractor and/or Implement controls only while properly seated
in the Tractor seat with the seat belt securely fastened around you.
Inadvertent movement of the Tractor or Implement may cause serious
injury or death. (SG-29)
WARNING!
Mow only in conditions where you have clear visibility in daylight or with
adequate artificial lighting. Never mow in darkness or foggy conditions
where you cannot clearly see at least 100 yards in front and to the sides of
the tractor and mower. Make sure that you can clearly see and identify
passersby, steep slopes, ditches, drop-offs, overhead obstructions, power
lines, debris and foreign objects. If you are unable to clearly see this type
of items discontinue mowing.
(SGM-1)
DANGER!
There are obvious and hidden potential hazards in the operation of this
Mower. REMEMBER! This machine is often operated in heavy brush
and in heavy weeds. The Blades of this Mower can throw objects if
shields are not properly installed and maintained. Serious injury or
even death may occur unless care is taken to insure the safety of the
operator, bystanders, or passersby in the area. Do not operate this
machine with anyone in the immediate area. Stop mowing if anyone
is within 100 yards of mower. (SGM-2)
DANGER!
All Safety Shields, Guards and Safety devices including
(but not limited to) - the Deflectors, Chain Guards, Steel
Guards, Gearbox Shields, PTO integral shields , and
Retractable Door Shields should be used and maintained in good working condition. All safety devices
should be inspected carefully at least daily for missing
or broken components. Missing, broken, or worn items
must be replaced at once to reduce the possibility of
injury or death from thrown objects, entanglement, or
blade contact. (SGM-3)
Side Rtry Safety Section 1-7
SAFETY
DANGER!
SAFETY
SAFETY
DANGER!
The rotating parts of this machine have been designed and tested for
rugged use. However, the blades could fail upon impact with heavy,
solid objects such as metal guard rails and concrete structures. Such
impact could cause the broken objects to be thrown outward at very
high velocities. To reduce the possibility of property damage, serious
injury, or even death, never allow the cutting blades to contact such
obstacles. (SGM-4)
WARNING!
Extreme care should be taken when operating near loose objects such
as gravel, rocks, wire, and other debris. Inspect the area before
mowing. Foreign objects should be removed from the site to prevent
machine damage and/or bodily injury or even death. Any objects that
cannot be removed must be clearly marked and carefully avoided by
the operator. Stop mowing immediately if blades strike a foreign
object. Repair all damage and make certain rotor or blade carrier is
balanced before resuming mowing. (SGM-5)
WARNING!
Many varied objects, such as wire, cable, rope, or chains, can become
entangled in the operating parts of the mower head. These items could
then swing outside the housing at greater velocities than the blades. Such
a situation is extremely hazardous and could result in serious injury or
even death. Inspect the cutting area for such objects before mowing.
Remove any like object from the site. Never allow the cutting blades to
contact such items. (SGM-6)
WARNING!
Mow at the speed that you can safely operate and control the tractor and
mower. Safe mowing speed depends on terrain condition and grass type,
density, and height of cut. Normal ground speed range is from 0 to 5 mph.
Use slow mowing speeds when operating on or near steep slopes,
ditches, drop-offs, overhead obstructions, power lines, or when debris and
foreign objects are to be avoided. (SGM-7)
WARNING!
Avoid mowing in reverse direction when possible. Check to make sure there
are no persons behind the mower and use extreme care when mowing in
reverse. Mow only at a slow ground speed where you can safely operate and
control the tractor and mower. Never mow an area that you have not
inspected and removed debris or foreign material. (SGM-8)
WARNING!
Do not put hands or feet under mower decks. Blade Contact can result
serious injury or even death. Stay away until all motion has stopped and
the decks are securely blocked up.
(SGM-9)
DANGER!
Replace bent or broken blade with new blades. NEVER ATTEMPT TO
STRAIGHTEN OR WELD ON BLADES SINCE THIS WILL LIKELY
CRACK OR OTHERWISE DAMAGE THE BLADE WITH SUBSEQUENT FAILURE AND POSSIBLE SERIOUS INJURY FROM THROWN
BLADES. (SGM-10)
WARNING!
Do not mow with two machines in the same area except with Cab tractors
with the windows closed. (SGM-11)
Side Rtry Safety Section 1-8
SAFETY
DANGER!
NOTE: Where there are grass and weeds high enough to hide debris
that could be struck by the blades, the area should be: inspected and large debris removed, mowed at an intermediate
height, inspected closely with any remaining debris removed,
and mowed again at desired final height. (SBM-1)
WARNING!
Each Rear Wheel must have a minimum of 1,000 pounds contact with
the surface to prevent lateral instability and possible tip-over which
could result in serious bodily injury or even death. Widen the wheel
tread and add weights if needed. Refer to the mounting instructions
or call Customer Service if you need assistance with Couterweight
Procedure. (SFL-3)
WARNING!
Do not operate Mower if excessive vibration exists. Shut down PTO
and the Tractor engine. Inspect the Mower to determine the source
of the vibration. If Mower blades are missing or damaged replace
them immediately. Do not operate the mower until the blades have
been replaced and the Mower operates smoothly. Operating the
Mower with excessive vibration can result in component failure and
broken objects to be thrown outward at very high velocities. To reduce
the possibility of property damage, serious injury, or even death, never
allow the Mower to be operated with blades missing. (SFL-4)
WARNING!
Do not let the Blades turn when the Mower Deck is raised for any
reason, including clearance or for turning. Raising the Mower
deck exposes the Cutting Blades which creates a potentially
serious hazard and could cause serious injury or even death from
objects thrown from the Blades. (SRM-7)
DANGER!
Use extreme caution when raising the Mower head. Stop the Blades
from turning when the Mower Head is raised and passersby are within
100 yards. Raising the Mower head exposes the Cutting Blades
which creates a potentially serious hazard and can cause serious
injury by objects thrown from the Blades or by contact with the Blades.
(SBM-2)
Side Rtry Safety Section 1-9
SAFETY
Rotary Mowers are capable under adverse conditions of throwing
objects for great distances
(100 yards or more) and causing
serious injury or death. Follow safety messages carefully.
STOP MOWING IF PASSERSBY ARE WITHIN 100 YARDS UNLESS:
-Front and Rear Deflectors are installed and in good,
working condition;
-Mower Head is running close to and parallel to the ground
without exposed Blades;
-Passersby are outside the existing thrown-object zone;
-All areas have been thoroughly inspected and all foreign
material such as rocks, cans, glass, and general debris
has been removed.
SAFETY
SAFETY
WARNING!
WARNING!
Never leave the Tractor and Implement unattended while the Implement is
in the lifted position. Accidental operation of lifting lever or a hydraulic
failure may cause sudden drop of unit with injury or death by crushing.
To properly park the implement when disconnecting it from the tractor,
lower the stand and put the retaining pin securely in place, or put a secure
support under the A-Frame. Lower the implement carefully to the ground.
Do not put hands or feet under lifted components. (S3PT-1)
Relieve hydraulic pressure prior to doing any maintenance or repair
work on the Implement. Place the Mower Head on the ground or
securely supported on blocks or stands, disengage the PTO, and turn
off the engine. Push and pull the control Levers or Joystick several
times to relieve pressure prior to starting any maintenance or repair
work.
(SBM-6)
DANGER!
Always disconnect the wire leads from the mower valve solenoid before
performing service on the Tractor or Mower. Use caution when working
on the Tractor or Mower. Tractor engine must be stopped before
working on Mower or Tractor. The Mower Blades could inadvertently be
turned on without warning and cause immediate dismemberment, injury
or death. (SBM-12)
WARNING!
Use extreme care when lowering or unfolding the implement’s wings.
Make sure no bystanders are close by or underneath the wings. Allow
ample clearance around the implement when folding or unfolding the
wings. Use extreme caution around buildings or overhead power lines.
(S3PT5)
WARNING!
Relieve hydraulic pressure prior to doing any maintenance or repair work
on the Implement. Place the Implement on the ground or securely
blocked up, disengage the PTO, and turn off the tractor engine. Push
and pull the Remote Cylinder lever in and out several times prior to
starting any maintenance or repair work. (S3PT-9)
DANGER!
This Implement is wider than the Tractor. Be careful when operating
or transporting this equipment to prevent the Implement from running
into or striking sign posts, guard rails, concrete abutments or other
solid objects. Such an impact could cause the Implement and Tractor
to pivot violently resulting in loss of steering control, serious injury, or
even death. Never allow the Implement to contact obstacles. (S3PT12)
DANGER!
The flail cutter shaft is designed for standard rotation(same rotation
as the tractor wheel during forward travel). Never operate the cutter
shaft in the reverse rotation. Operating this mower in reverse
rotation may cause objects to be thrown out the front of the mower
head.
Side Rtry Safety Section 1-10
SAFETY
The rotating parts of this machine continue to rotate even after the Tractor
has been turned off. The operator should remain in his seat for 60
seconds after the brake has been set, the PTO disengaged, the tractor
turned off, and all evidence of rotation has ceased. (SBM-5)
“Wait a minute...Save a life!”
WARNING!
Engine Exhaust, some of its constituents, and certain components
contain or emit chemicals known to the state of California to cause
cancer and birth or other reproductive harm.
WARNING!
Battery post, terminals and related accessories contain lean and lead
compounds, chemicals known to the state of California to cause cancer
and birth or other reproductive harm. Wash hands after handling!
Tiger mowers use balanced and matched system components for blade carriers, blades, cutter-shafts, knives, knife hangers, rollers, drive-train components and bearings. These parts are made and tested to Tiger specifications. Non-genuine
“will fit” parts do not consistently meet these specifications. The use of “will fit” parts may reduce mower performance,
void mower warranties and present a safety hazard. Use genuine Tiger mower parts for economy and safety.
SEE YOUR
DEALER
In addition to the design and configuration of this Implement, including Safety Signs and Safety Equipment, hazard
control and accident prevention are dependent upon the awareness, concern, prudence, and proper training of
personnel involved in the operation, transport, maintenance, and storage of the machine. Refer also to Safety
Messages and operation instruction in each of the appropriate sections of the Tractor and Equipment Manuals.
Pay close attention to the Safety Signs affixed to the Tractor and Equipment. (SG-18)
Side Rtry Safety Section 1-11
SAFETY
WARNING!
SAFETY
SAFETY
Side Rtry Safety Section 1-12
SAFETY
PART NO.
QTY.
DESCRIPTION
1
22839
1
INSTRUCT
Don Not Lubricate With Automatic Grease Gun
2
22840
1
WARNING
Foreign Objects Contacted
3
24028
1
WARNING
Inspect Rear Flap
4
31522
1
LOGO
TIGER MOWERS
5
31523
3
LOGO
TIGER MOWERS
6
42350
1
DANGER
Cuttershaft Direction
7
33743
1
INSTRUCT
Mowing Safet Tips
8
42399
1
REFLECT
Red Reflector
9
42400
1
REFLECT
Amber Reflector
10
6T3217
1
DANGER
Keep Hands and Feet Clear
11
6T3219
1
WARNING
Read Operators and Maintenance Manuals
12
6T3220
1
INTRUCT
Lubricate Pump, Driveshaft Daily
13
6T3221
1
CAUTION
Lubricate Spindle When Mower and Tractor Off
14
6T3222
1
INSTRUCT
Engine will not start when mower is engaged
15
1059
1
INSTRUCT
Mower Positions
16
6T3224
1
DANGER
Stay Clear, Discharge Opening
17
6T3230
1
WARNING
Don't Operate with Bystanders in Area
18
6T3233
1
CAUTION
DONOT Start or Run with Valves closed
19
6T3234
1
CAUTION
Check Crankshaft Adapter Daily
20
6T3236
1
LOGO
Made In USA
21
6T3243
1
WARNING
Replace Bolts and Locknut if damaged
22
6T3249A
1
INSTRUCT
Grease Inst. Cuttershaft Bearing
23
6T3261
1
INSTRUCT
Grease Inst. Ground Roller Bearing
24
TB1011
1
WARNING
Do Not Work Mower with Safety Shiel Removed
25
02962764
1
WARNING
Pinch Point
26
02965262
1
WARNING
Hydraulic Hose Repair
27
02967827
1
DANGER
Multi Warn Messages
28
34852
1
INSTRUCT
Hydraulic Specifications
29
00756059
1
WARNING
Check Hydraulic Hose with Cardboard
Side Rtry Safety Section 1-13
SAFETY
ITEM
SAFETY
PART NO.
LOCATION
SAFETY
22839
MOWER DECK
22840
INSIDE OF CAB
24028
MOWER DECK
10"X5.5"
31522
MOWER DECK
18.25"X10" 31523
HYDRAULIC TANK
Side Rtry Safety Section 1-14
SAFETY
PART NO.
LOCATION
33743
INSIDE OF CAB
5
42399
MOWER DECK
42400
MOWER DECK
Side Rtry Safety Section 1-15
SAFETY
42350
MOWER DECK
SAFETY
SAFETY
PART NO.
LOCATION
6T3217
MOWER DECK
6T3219
INSIDE OF CAB
6T3220
FRONT PUMP MOUNT
6T3221
INSIDE OF CAB
29-6T3221
Side Rtry Safety Section 1-16
SAFETY
PART NO.
LOCATION
6T3234
INSIDE OF CAB
6T3236
MOWER DECK
6T3243
INSIDE OF CAB
Side Rtry Safety Section 1-17
SAFETY
6T3233
INSIDE OF CAB
SAFETY
SAFETY
PART NO.
LOCATION
6T3233
HYDRAULIC TANK
6T3234
INSIDE OF CAB
6T3236
MOWER DECK
HYDRAULIC TANK
6T3243
INSIDE OF CAB
16
Side Rtry Safety Section 1-18
SAFETY
PART NO.
LOCATION
6T3261
MOWER DECK
TB1011
MOWER DECK
02962764
MOWER DECK
DRAFT BEAM
Side Rtry Safety Section 1-19
SAFETY
6T3249A
MOWER DECK
SAFETY
SAFETY
PART NO.
LOCATION
02965262
DRAFT BEAM
02967827
CAB FENDER
Side Rtry Safety Section 1-20
SAFETY
SAFETY
34852
HYDRAULIC TANK
00756059
MOWER DECK
Side Rtry Safety Section 1-21
SAFETY
SAFETY
ITEM
PART NO.
QTY.
DESCRIPTION
1
50023
00776031
33997
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The manual canister can be bolted, zip tied or adhered to a variety of surfaces. Locate a protected area within
the view of the operator. Then select an installation method and attach the canister. CAUTION-AVOID DRILLING HOLES INTO UNKNOWN AREAS, wires and other parts may be located behind these areas. When
adhering the canister to a surface, thoroughly clean that surface before installing the canister.
Side Rtry Safety Section 1-22
SAFETY
FEDERAL LAWS AND REGULATIONS
This section is intended to explain in broad terms the concept and effect of federal laws and regulations concerning
employer and employee equipment operators. This section is not intended as a legal interpretation of the law and
should not be considered as such.
This Act Seeks:
“...to assure so far as possible every working man and woman in the nation safe and healthful
working conditions and to preserve our human resources...”
DUTIES
Sec. 5 (a) Each employer(1) shall furnish to each of his employees employment and a place of employment which are free
from recognized hazards that are causing or are likely to cause death or serious physical harm to
his employees;
(2) shall comply with occupational safety and health standards promulgated under this Act.
(b) Each employee shall comply with occupational safety and health standards and all rules,
regulations and orders issued pursuant to this Act which are applicable to his own actions and
conduct.
OSHA Regulations
OSHA regulations state in part: “At the time of initial assignment and at least annually thereafter,
the employer shall instruct every employee in the safe operation and servicing of all equipment with
which the employee is, or will be involved.”
Employer Responsibilities:
To ensure employee safety during Truck and Implement operation, it is the employer’s responsibility to:
1. Train the employee in the proper and safe operation of the Truck and Implement.
2. Require that the employee read and fully understand the Truck and Implement Operator’s manual.
3. Permit only qualified and properly trained employees to operate the Truck and Implement.
4. Maintain the Truck and Implement in a safe operational condition and maintain all shields and guards on the
equipment.
5. Ensure the Truck is equipped with functional seat belts and require that the employee operator securely
fasten the safety belts at all times.
6. Forbid the employee operator to carry additional riders on the Truck.
7. Provide the required tools to maintain the Truck and Implement in a good safe working condition and provide
the necessary support devices to secure the equipment safely while performing repairs and service.
Child Labor Under 16 Years of Age
Some regulations specify that no one under the age of 16 may operate power machinery. It is your responsibility
to know what these regulations are in your own area or situation. (Refer to U.S. Dept. of Labor, Employment
Standard Administration, Wage & Home Division, Child Labor Bulletin #102.)
Side Rtry Safety Section 1-23
SAFETY
Employer-Employee Operator Regulations
U.S. Public Law 91-596 (The Williams-Steiger Occupational and Health Act of 1970) OSHA
SAFETY
SAFETY
Side Rtry Safety Section 1-24
ASSEMBLY
SECTION
Assembly Section 2-1
ASSEMBLY
Before attempting to mount or service your T iger mower, it is important to
read and understand all of the information in the Safety section of this manual.
Check complete shipment list against the packing list to make sure there are no
shortages. Make certain the tractor model is the appropriate one for the mower
received!
Use a floor jack, hoist or fork lift to lift or raise heavy parts whenever
possible whether mentioned or not.
Read and understand the entire assembly section instructions before attempting to
mount your Tiger mower. Refer to the parts section of this manual for detailed
illustrations to locate all parts.
TRACTOR PREPARATION
A: Remove right hand steps.
B: Disconnect cables from both batteries, (remove batteries and the battery
box from cab units only.)
C: Remove engine side panels, or raise hood to access front pulley.
D: Remove plugs from tractor casting where main frame and pump mount will be
attached.
E: Raise the tractor onto jack-stands and remove the right rear wheel.
CRANKSHAFT ADAPTER
If necessary remove the four cap-screws from the crankshaft pulley. Then install
the crankshaft adapter and spacer to the pulley with cap-screws and lock-washers
as shown in the parts section
Assembly Section 2-2
12-10-01
ASSEMBLY
HEATER LINE MODIFICATION (CAB UNITS)
Some later modles require heater line modifications. Drain the anti-freeze from
the tractor. Find the two short heater hoses located on the outside lower front corner
of the cab. Follow these hard lines under the tractor motor to the oil pan and label
each line the same on both ends. Remove the short hoses and cut these hard lines
at the center of the oil pan. Replace these lines with longer heater hose. Route
these hoses back to the lower front corner of the cab avoiding any sharp edges. See
the pictures below. Be sure to double hose clamp the end nearest the oil pan.
Caution these heater lines are polarized and must be hooked up to the same way
as in the beginning. See the pictures below.
ADJUSTING REAR WHEELS
Raise rear of tractor onto jack-stands and adjust tires / rims all the way out.
Follow the instructions in the tractor owners manual for adjusting tires and
rims. NOTE: This may require switching the wheels to opposite sides of tractor.
Do not reinstall wheels onto tractor until valve has been mounted (cab), and all hoses
have been installed
Assembly Section 2-3
ASSEMBLY
CABLE CONTROL LEVER STAND
On the corner cab post, mark a point at 1-3/8” from the windshield and 22 ½” from
thefloor; then cut a ¾” diameter hole through the outer plastic shell. This will expose a threaded
steel boss to attach the control box support bracket.
The rear corner of the cable control stand is
placed approximately 5 ¾” from the edge of the mat.
The front edge of the stand is up against the corner
cab post and the door sill lip of the mat. Before you
mark or drill any holes, check for support plates or
wires under the mat & the cab floor. NOTE: Cutting
into plates or wires makes more work for everyone
and could be dangerous. When you know where the
wires/plates lie, mark one of the mounting holes. Drill
a 3/8” hole through the mat and through the floor of
the cab. Next, lift the mat up and mark the other two
holes on the cab floor. Drill the holes through the
floor. Mark the mat and drill the other two 3/8” holes.
Use a 1” hole saw and cut a 1” hole through the mat
over each 3/8” hole. Secure the stand to the floor with the spacers, capscrews and nylock
nuts provided.
Cut a 1 ¾” hole in the floor to route the cables and wires through. It needs to have a
¼” clearance for the trim lock. Before you mark or drill any holes, check for support plates
or wires under the cab floor.
NOTE: Cutting into plates or wires makes more work
for everyone and could be dangerous. Look under the
floor for cables and plates that you need to avoid. The
hole should be approximately 4 ½” from the door sill
and 4 ¾” from the lip of the mat under the console.
Install the trim lock around the metal edges of the hole,
then route the control cables and wires through the
hole.
Next, wrap the cables with the 6” split hose at
the point they pass through the hole, and secure the zip-ties. Apply RTV sealer in and
around individual cables and split hose, inside and outside of the cab for a water tight seal.
Install upper support bracket from cab post to the control lever stand.
Assembly Section 2-4
ASSEMBLY
WINDOW ROUTING
SWITCH BOX WIRING
The floor covering will need to be removed to route the wires to the front console
panel. Refer to the parts section for wiring diagram to hook up the switch box.
Cover the four wires from the switch box with plastic wire wrap provided. Route the
wires from the switch box down to the floor and under the floor matt to the front
console panel. From there, run the wires with the existing wires that go to the front
console panel. Remove the consolel panel under the steering wheel to access
wires. Locate the brown colored wire. Using a test light or meter to verify this
wire is the neutral safety wire. Cut the brown wire and connect the green wires from
the switch box as shown in the wiring diagram.
To run the white wire to the solenoid valve, you will need to drill a hole in the front
edge of the cab floor to the right of the front console. Insert a rubber grommet into
the hole to protect the wire, and route the wire out of the cab.
The red wire is to be hooked to the tractor ignition switch or an available slot in the
fuse box. NOTE: Be certain that the power taken for the switch box is “HOT”
only when the tractor ignition is “ON”. Also double check that the line is
fused.
The travel lock red wire from the switch box should also be covered with wire
wrap and should run with the white wire through the grommet. This wire will be
connected to the electronic travel lock located on the main boom cylinder.
The wires from the switch box are longer than needed and should carefully cut
and spliced as required. Zip ties should be used to secure the wires to the tractor
framework.
Assembly Section 2-5
12-10-01
ASSEMBLY
VALVE MOUNTING PLATE (CAB UNITS)
With the right rear wheel removed, two holes will need to be drilled and another
hole drilled then tapped into the fender for installing the valve mounting plate. For
best results measure and mark the exact location on the under side of the fender, use
the mounting plate as a template to verify these marks. Drill the two upper holes
where marked, 7/16” dia thru the fender. Now drill the third or bottom hole where
marked, 21/64” dia into the cab frame, then tap the bottom hole with 3/8”-18UNC tap.
Refer to the diagram below for locating these holes.
Install the valve mounting plate onto the fender with the spacers and hardware
provided. Refer to the parts section for all parts and hardware needed. NOTE: the
upper two holes require spacers between the mounting plate and fender. Align and
mount the plate to the fender center hole with a capscrews, flatwasher, spacer,
lockwasher and hex nut. DO NOT tighten. Next install the hardware in the upper
hole in the similar order. Last, install the third capscrew, lockwasher and flatwasher
in the tapped bottom hole. Once installed tighten all the bolts in the mounting plate.
Assembly Section 2-6
ASSEMBLY
Assembly Section 2-7
ASSEMBLY
SECTIONAL VALVE MOUNTING (CAB UNITS)
Refer to the parts section, lift valve page for hardware and placement of all related
parts. Also as shown in previous pictures in this section.
SECTIONAL VALVE MOUNTING (WO/CAB)
Refer to the parts section, lift valve page for hardware and location of
components. First, attach control valve stand to the top of the main frame mast with
cap-screws, lock-washers and hex nuts. NOTE: The mounting plate should face
the rear of the tractor.
Attach the 4-spool control valve to the stand using the hardware noted in the parts
section. One cap-screw must be used to secure the switch box to the under side of
the valve stand.
PRESSURE LINE INSTALLATION (CAB UNITS)
The hydraulic pressure line will be plumbed into the tractor hydraulic pump.
Locate the pressure hard line between the pump and remotes near the right rear axle,
remove the hard line (refer to the illustration below and the Parts Section). After the
hard line is removed then connect a hose from the tractor pump to the Tiger lift valve
bottom rear port (pressure).
RETURN LINE INSTALLATION (CAB UNITS)
The return line will be plumed in next, just above the pressure line near the tractor
right rear axle. Locate the return hard line between the pump and remotes and
remove the hard line (refer to the illustration below and the Parts Section). After the
hard line is removed, connect a tee to the tractor return. Then connect a hose from
the tee to the top of tractor remotes. Also connect a hose from the tee to the Tiger lift
valve bottom front port (return).
Assembly Section 2-8
ASSEMBLY
POWER BEYOND INSTALLATION (CAB UNITS)
To install the power beyond lines from a Husco lift valve to the tractor remote valve,
locate the port on the bottom of the tractor remote valve where the hard line had been
previously removed. Next connect a hose to the bottom of tractor remote valve, then to
the top front port on the Husco lift valve.
This procedure is followed when mounting a Husco lift valve on a John Deere. For
more information refer to the Parts Section pages for a complete diagram of the tractor
valve hookup.
PRESSURE LINE INSTALLATION (NON CAB)
The hydraulic pressure line will be plumbed into the tractor hydraulic valve.
Locate the tractor hydraulic valve near the right rear axle, remove the pipe plug (refer
to the illustration below and the Parts Section). After the pipe plug is removed then
connect a hose from the tractor hydraulic valve to the Tiger lift valve left rear port
(pressure).
RETURN LINE INSTALLATION (NON CAB)
The return line will be plumed in next, just above the pressure line near the tractor
right rear axle. Locate the return port on the hydraulic valve and remove the pipe plug
(refer to the illustration below and the Parts Section). After the pipe plug is removed,
connect a hose from the tractor hydraulic valve to the Tiger lift valve left front port
(return).
Assembly Section 2-9
ASSEMBLY
POWER BEYOND INSTALLATION (NON CAB)
To install the power beyond lines from a Tiger lift valve to the tractor hydraulic valve,
locate the port on the bottom front of the tractor hydraulic valve. Next connect a hose to
the bottom front of tractor hydraulic valve, then to the top front port on the Tiger lift valve.
This procedure is followed when mounting a Husco lift valve on a John Deere. For
more information refer to the Parts Section pages for a complete diagram of the tractor
valve hookup.
INSTALLING O-RING FITTINGS
Installing straight, 45 degree and 90 degree O-ring fittings requires that the O-ring,
washer and nut (A) be up against the swivel body (B). Insert the swivel and turn in
until the swivel is pointed in the right direction and O-ring contact is made. Hold
swivel in set direction with a wrench and turn the O-ring nut away from the swivel
body and carefully tighten.
Assembly Section 2-10
ASSEMBLY
INSTALLING NATIONAL PIPE FITTINGS
Whenever installing a pipe fitting, wrap the threads clockwise (looking at the
end) with teflon tape. In this way, the tape will be tightened when installed. NOTE:
It is not necessary to tape O-ring fittings, or those installed in swivels.
MAIN FRAME MOUNTING
Raise front of tractor as needed and slide the main frame under tractor from right
hand side. With an overhead hoist and / or jack-stands, raise the frame up to the
correctly matching mounting holes. Install cap-screws and all other hardware as
shown in main frame parts section. Remove the cap-screws one at a time and
apply a thread locking agent, then reinsert the cap-screws and tighten / torque to
values noted in the torque chart located in the maintenance section of this manual.
HYDRAULIC TANK INSTALLATION
Install all fittings and tubes into tank and tank filter as shown in parts section
illustration. Insert tank sight glass into front side of the tank. Install the temperature
sensor or pipe plug into the side of the tank.
Place the tank in the mounting bracket on the main fame with fittings toward
tractor and filter toward the cab.
Secure the tank in the mounting bracket with the tank strap and nylock nuts.
Install the filter gauge into the filter housing so that it points to the rear of the
tractor and is clearly visible to the operator.
Locate the tank breather and reducer bushing (bushing may be already installed
in the tank along with many of the for-mentioned parts). These will be installed after
tank is filled.
FRONT PUMP MOUNTING
Install the pump mounting bracket on the front of the tractor with cap-screws and
lock-washers as shown in the parts section illustration. DO NOT tighten fasteners at
this time.
Thread the pump drive shaft into the crankshaft adapter.
Slide the splined drive shaft coupler onto the pump drive shaft. Install the pump
onto the mounting bracket. NOTE: the pump is offset to one direction, the pump
should be installed with the offset side on top. Install hardware for securing pump to
the pump mount, DO NOT tighten.
Install pump and align so that splined coupling can be moved (FREE PLAY) back
and forth by hand. Rotate coupler and check free play every 1/4 turn. Tighten pump
mounting bolts in succession rechecking for spline coupling free play. Remove the
pump mounting bracket bolts one at a time and apply a tread locking agent. Tighten
these bolts in succession, again checking for free play in the drive shaft. After all
boltsare torqued, the end play on the drive shaft should be 1/16” to 1/8”, and coupler
should move freely with hand pressure. If end play is less than 1/16”, grind the end of
the shaft to achieve the proper end play. If there is more than 1/4" of end play, return
the shaft with specifications for a longer shaft.
CAUTION: DO NOT ST ART THE TRACTOR UNTIL ALL HOSES ARE
ATTACHED, TANK IS FILLED WITH PROPER OIL AND BALL VALVES ARE OPEN!
STARTING AT THIS TIME WILL CAUSE SERIOUS DAMAGE T O THE PUMP.
Assembly Section 2-11
ASSEMBLY
GENERAL HOSE INSTALLATION
Refer to the parts section for detailed information about hoses and fittings for this
application.
When mounting the suction hose between the pump and the tank, the stainless
steel bands that are provided must be used. CAUTION: DO NOT use regular hose
clamps for this purpose.
For protection of hoses in contact with metal edges, wrap hoses with spit hose
sections and fasten with hose clamps or zip ties as needed.
HOSE COVERING
Secure hoses together with zip ties wherever loose. Wrap the hoses between
the main boom and secondary boom with the yellow hose cover, secure with black
string provided. Where hoses may contact the frame or other edges, wrap with split
hose and secure with hose clamps or zip ties. On non cab units the pressure and
return hoses from the control valve will also need to be routed inside the protective
clear hose wrap. Cover the valve, valve fittings with the yellow hose cover and
secure with black string provided.
MOTOR SOLENOID VALVE MOUNTING
Install a motor solenoid valve to the bracket on main frame with the capscrews,
star lockwasher flatwasher, lockwashers and hex nuts as shown in the parts section.
Be sure that the pump and tank oil ports are pointing down. Be sure that the star and
regular lockwashers are not on the same capscrew. Ground one of the red solenoid
wires to the mounting bolts with the star lockwasher at this time.
FILLING HYDRAULIC RESERVOIR
Refer to the maintenance section for filling specifications and hydraulic oil
requirements.
NOTE: Starting or running your Tiger mower before filling reservoir will
cause serious damage to hydraulic pump.
TEMPERATURE GAUGE MOUNTING
(OPTIONAL)
Mount the temperature gauge where it is clearly visible to the operator. Attach the
green ( - ) wire from the negative post on the gauge to a grounded bolt on the tractor
frame. Remove paint if needed to make a good ground.
Remove the pipe plug from the side of the hydraulic reservoir, and install the
temperature sensor using thread sealing tape.
Run the white wire from the ( S ) sensor post of the gauge to the temperature sensor
on the hydraulic reservoir tank.
Assembly Section 2-12
ASSEMBLY
COMBO LIFT DRAFT BEAM INSTALLATION
Install ½” O-ring breather into butt port of inboard cylinder. Install fittings in the
rod end of the cylinder according to the diagram in the commons section. These
fittings should be positioned to face the butt end of the cylinder.
Next turn the clevis onto the rod of the cylinder until it is tight against the shoulder
and lock into place with locking bolt on clevis.
The inboard cylinder can now be installed into the main frame mast with the pin,
flat-washers and R-clips as shown below. Use teflon tape on all fitting and hose
connections.
Install all fittings in the outboard cylinder and adjust to point towards the butt end
of the cylinder. Attach the hoses as specified in the parts book. Slide the cylinder
into the draft beam from the outside of the draft beam and attach cylinder to the draft
beam with clevis pin and rollpins.
DRAFT BEAM MOUNTING
Pull the inboard cylinder piston rod down to the extreme extended position. Slide
the draft beam under the cylinder, and align clevis hole with draft beam hole nearest
to the tractor. Install pin and secure with rollplins.
Using inboard cylinder as a pivot point, slide draft beam under tractor and install
draft beam pin. Align hole in draft beam pin with holes in main frame boss and install
cap-screw, lock-washer and hex nut.
Assembly Section 2-13
ASSEMBLY
DECK MOUNTING
Check that all grease zerks have been installed in the draft beams pivot arm, left
linkage arm, right linkage arm, and cylinder mounting ears.
Using a clevis pin and roll pins, connect the pivot arm to clevis on draft beam.
NOTE: Make sure the longer distance between the cutout and the end of the pivot
arm is closest to the draft beam pivot ears on the center tube as shown in the
diagram below. Also make sure the cutout on the pivot arm faces into tube of draft
beam.
Slide other end of pivot arm with short distance between the cut-out and the end
of the pivot arm, into the cylinder clevis. Next, line up the holes of the left and right lift
linkage arms outside of the cylinder clevis holes. Connect with linkage pin, shims
(as required), boss, cap-screw, lock-washer and hex nut as shown.
To connect the bonnet to the draft beam, slide the extension arms of the draft
beam between the mounting ears on the inner end of the bonnet. Line up the holes
and secure with swivel pin, cap-screw, lock-washer, and hex nut (both sides). See
parts book illustration.
Next, slide the left and right linkage arms up to the slotted ear on the side of the
deck. Secure with linkage pin, shims, boss, cap-screw, lock-washer and hex nut.
See illustration in parts section.
LIFT CONTROL FEEDLINES
Hose lengths will vary between tractor applications such as cab and non-cab
units. See the parts section that pertains to your tractor for hose applications.
Install a hose from the bottom or inner valve port (in fender well for cab units, on
stand for non-cab units) to the restrictor on the inboard cylinder gland.
Install a hose form the upper or outer valve port to the restrictor on the outboard
cylinder butt. Use teflon tape on all fitting and hose connections.
Assembly Section 2-14
ASSEMBLY
TRAVEL LOCK MOUNTING
Install the travel lock bracket with pin and clip on the draft beam. Slide the draft
beam and align the travel lock bracket hole with the mounting hole on the main frame.
Install the capscrew, lockwasher and hex nut as shown in the picture.
Raise the deck/flail to it’s upright position (Deck ear touches to stop bolt as shown
in the picture). Drill a 13/16” hole to the deck/flail ear through the draft beam as shown
below. Insert the supplied pin and clip through the hole.
Assembly Section 2-15
ASSEMBLY
DECK / MOTOR FEEDLINE
Install the 1” hose with the 90 degree flange on the front side of the motor to the
inside upper oil port of the solenoid valve. Secure to motor with flange kit, and install
swivel fittings on the other end. Install the other 1” hose with the 60 degree flange on
the back side of the motor to the inside lower oil port of the solenoid valve.
Install split hoses around hydraulic hoses where they contact sharp edges, or any
other edges that may rub hoses.
Be sure that all grease zerks are installed in the draft beam pin bosses. Grease
all areas of the draft beam according to the instructions in the maintenance section.
Re-check all fittings for tightness and be sure teflon tape has been used at all
connections.
Fill hydraulic tank with fluid as recommended in the maintenance section. BE SURE
TO OPEN THE BALL VALVES. Start the tractor and operate the inboard cylinder
through the entire stroke and the outboard cylinder through the bottom ¾ stroke
repeatedly to clear the lines of air. DO NOT run outboard cylinder out to full
stroke until stop bolt has been adjusted!
Check for oil leaks at all fittings and connections using a piece of paper or cardboard.
If a leak is found, you must shut down the tractor and set the cutter head on the
ground. Before attempting to fix the leak, you must actuate the lift valve handles
several times to relieve any pressure in the lines. DO NOT USE HANDS TO
CHECK FOR FLUID LEAKS!
Raise the three point hitch and check the tractor internal hydraulics, fill to proper
level if needed.
STOP BOLT ADJUSTMENT
Extend the outboard cylinder all the way out. Adjust the stop adjustment bolt
(located on the top of the draft beam) out until it is up against the bonnet. Lock the
bolt down with the ¾” hex nut.
NOTE: When the outboard cylinder is fully extended, the bonnet or deck should
either be up against the stop or if travel locks are installed, it should be up against the
travel lock. It may be necessary to use either external or internal slugs on the
cylinder to get the correct stroke. If the cutter head is against the stop and the
cylinder has stoke remaining, serious damage will occur.
Proceed to final preparation for operation instructions on the next page.
Assembly Section 2-16
ASSEMBLY
CONTINUOUS DUTY SOLENOID SWITCH (OPTIONAL)
Mount the solenoid switch, drill holes to match, and 30 AMP breaker mounting tab, mount
in dry and well protected area. Secure with 3/8” x 1” capscrews, lockwashers, and hex nuts.
A.) RED 6 GA. wire from terminal (D) to +12 volt battery post on starter solenoid.
B.) RED 14 GA. wire from terminal (C) to +12 terminal on fuel pump.
C.) GREEN 14 GA. wire from terminal (B) to negative ground.
D.) RED 8 GA. wire from terminal (A) to 30 AMP breaker.
E.) RED 14 GA. wire from terminal (A) to double switch box.
F.) RED 14 GA. wire from terminal (A) to temperature gauge. (optional)
G.) RED 8 GA. wire from breaker to reverser switch terminal (2).
H) RED 8 GA. wire from terminal (1) to +12 volt terminal on cooler fan.
I). BLACK 8 GA. wire from terminal (3) to ground on cooler fan.
J.) BLACK 8 GA. wire form terminal (4) to control panel ground.
Assembly Section 2-17
ASSEMBLY
FINAL PREPARATION FOR OPERATION
Place operators safety and operation decals on the steering column and side
console where they are clearly visible to the operator. These decals should be
understood by each operator of the machine in conjunction with the safety and
operation section of this book. The decals are to remain in good condition as a
reminder to the operator, and should be replaced if damaged.
Double check that all pivot points have been greased. Secure all hoses together with
zip ties and wrap with split hose sections where friction may occur on the hose.
BEFORE starting or operating the tractor you must read and
understand the safety and operation sections of this manual
completely.
Before operating the mower, the cutter head and draft beam should be slowly
moved throughout the full range of motion. Watch for any condition that would cause
pinching or excess stress on the hoses. The steering and front axle travel should
also be carefully moved through their full range of motion. If any condition occurs in
which the hoses contact the tires, the steering and / or front axle travel may need to
be limited as described in the tractor operators manual. This should also be done if
the tires rub, or are extremely close to any other part of the mower such as the
hydraulic tank or draft beam. This may include adding shims, or adjusting stop bolts
in the tractor front to solve the problem. While checking motion, you should also
check that the control circuits are connected according to the operators decal for the
valve handles.
MOWER TESTING
Take the tractor to a place free of loose objects on the ground. Operate the
cylinders through their full range of motion again, to clear the lines of air. Follow the
instructions in the operation section to operate the mower. Vibration of the mower
should be minimal at all times. After a 5 minute test run, the knife bolts should be
retorqued and once again after the first few hours of operation.
If any parts of this assembly section, or any other section of this
manual are not clearly understood you must contact your dealer or the
address on the front of this manual for assistance!
Assembly Section 2-18
OPERATION
SECTION
Operation Section 3-1
OPERATION
Safety is of primary importance to the owner / operator and to the manufacturer.
The first section of this manual includes a list of Safety Messages, that, if followed,
will help protect the operator and bystanders from injury or death. Many of the
messages will be repeated throughout the manual. The owner / operator / dealer
should know these Safety Messages before assembly and be aware of the hazards
of operating this mower during assembly, use, and maintenance.
The Safety Alert Symbol combined with a signal word, as seen below, is
intended to warn the owner / operator of impending hazards and the degree of injury
possible during operation.
Indicates an imminently hazardous situation that, if not avoided, WILL result in DEATH
OR VERY SERIOUS INJURY.
Indicates an imminently hazardous situation that, if not avoided, COULD result in
DEATH OR SERIOUS INJURY.
Indicates an imminently hazardous situation that, if not avoided, MAY result in MINOR
INJURY.
IMPORTANT!
NOTE:
Identifies special instructions or procedures that, if not strictly observed, could result
in damage to, or destruction of the machine, attachments or the enviroment.
Identifies points of particular interest for more efficient or convienient operation or
repair. (SG-1)
Before any operation of tractor and mower, the user should read and
understand the safety and operating instructions for both the tractor and
the mower. The user should also be familiar with the location and
functions of the units instruments and controls. Being familiar with the
machine and it’s controls will increase efficiency and reduce possibility of
serious injury or damage to the unit. The operator should work slowly and carefully
until he feels comfortable with the machine. Speed and skill will be attained much
easier if the necessary time is spent to familiarize yourself with the machine and its
operations.
Since tractor makes and models vary, we recommend reading and following the
operators manual provided by the manufacturer pertaining to your particular unit.
Side Rtry Operation Section 3-2
OPERATION
STARTING TRACTOR AND MOWER
Check the operators manual received from the tractor manufacturer, for
their recommendation and procedures pertaining to your particular make and model.
When rotating parts are in motion, serious injury may occur if caution is
not used or danger is not recognized. Never allow bystanders within 300
feet of the machine when mower is in operation.
Be sure the ball valves on the mower hydraulic tank are OPEN before
starting the tractor. Serious damage to the hydraulic system can occur if
the valves are not open.
Check to make sure mower switch is in the “OFF” position. The unit is
designed not to start if the switch is in the “on” position. If tractor starts
with switch on, turn off tractor and contact your local Tiger dealership for
assistance.
Start the tractor and allow the instruments to stabilize. Without starting the
mower, practice positioning the boom and deck. Remember, speed and skill will be
attained easier if the necessary time is spent familiarizing yourself with the machine
and its operations. When you feel comfortable at controlling the position of the
mower, return the mower to the travel position, and transport the mower to the
desired mowing location.
If mowing for the first time with a Tiger Boom Mower, we recommend choosing a
ditch or area relatively flat with a minimum of sign posts, guard rails, etc. As always,
you should inspect the area for other objects that can cause potential hazards.
The Mower Control switch turns the mower “ON” and “OFF”. This switch is to be
in the “OFF” position to start the tractor. The tractor will not start with the switch in
the “ON” position.
If tractor starts with switch on, turn off tractor and contact
your local Tiger dealership for assistance.
CONTROL LOCATION AND FUNCTIONS
The side mower height is controlled with a two or three spool valve and is
coordinated as shown below. The optional three spool valve allows for the operation
of a rear rotary mower or side ditcher. If the unit is equipped with a three spool valve,
do not operate the third spool handle unless a rear rotary or ditcher is mounted.
Side Rtry Operation Section 3-3
OPERATION
The rear mower height is controlled with the 3-point hitch control lever. Follow the
instructions for this control is the tractor operators manual. The tilt of the rear mower is
controlled with the third spool if the lift valve and is coordinated as shown above.
The side and rear mower positions may optionally be controlled with the tractors
remote hydraulic connections or a combination of lift valve and remote hydraulics. If so,
determine which position of the side or rear mower is to be controlled be each remote
lever.
The side mower ON / OFF switch is located in a switch box mounted to the valve stand
or cable controls for non-cab and cab units respectively. If operating a rear mower, the ON
/ OFF switch is located in the switch box with a side mower switch.
This machine may be equipped with an auxiliary oil temperature gauge, an amp gauge
or oil pressure gauge. If oil temperature reaches 200 degrees Fahrenheit, stop mowers
and see trouble shooting section for possible causes. Keep an eye on all gauges for
indication of problems.
MOWER OPERATION
When rotating parts are in motion, serious injury may occur if caution is
not used or danger is not recognized. Never allow bystanders within 300
feet of the machine when in operation. Extreme care should be taken
when operating near loose objects – such as gravel, rocks and debris.
These conditions should be avoided.
The rotating parts in this machine have been designed and tested for rugged use.
However, they could fail upon impact with heavy solid objects – such as steel guard rails,
concrete abutments, etc., causing them to be thrown at a very high velocity. Never allow
cutter head to contact such objects. Inspecting the cutting area for such objects prior to
mowing can help eliminate these potential hazards.
Once on location, lower the mower deck slightly above the material to be cut, so
the mower does not have to start under a load. Bring the R.P.M. of the tractor up to 1200
and engage the side mower. If a rear mower is being used, allow the R.P.M. to return to
1200 before engaging the rear mower.
The rotary mower deck should always be carried rather than dragged on the skid
shoes when mowing on the ground. Dragging the rotary mower heads causes an
extreme side load on the tractor resulting in premature tire wear. It also causes excessive
horsepower consumption and drastically decreases blade life. Dragging the rear mower
can also cause damage to the road. Once the necessary skill is attained at controlling the
height and position of the side rotary mower, it will be easy to carry the mower head(s) and
do a proficient job of cutting.
Side Rtry Operation Section 3-4
OPERATION
When cutting tall shrubs or small trees (maximum recommended size of material
to be cut is 2” diameter) begin each pass at the top of the material and work down
with each consecutive pass. Use a low speed to allow the cutting blades time to
mulch as well as cut the foliage. When the initial pass has been made, disengage
the mower and return the mower to the travel position. Return to the starting point
and make next pass, etc.
When using the rotary cutting head for trimming trees and shrubs, let the
mower saw into them. Do not lower the mower head down directly onto a
tree or stump. The mower blades are designed to cut with the end, and
misuse can cause damage to the blade and a hazardous situation for the
operator.
To ensure a clean cut, engine speed should be maintained at approximately 1800
– 2200 R.P.M. If the tractor slows to less than 1800 R.P.M., shift to the next lower
gear. DO NOT ride the clutch, this will cause premature clutch failure. The engine
should not be operated at any time at more than 2400 R.P.M. on the tractor
tachometer.
DO NOT use excessive force when positioning cutting head into heavy
branches or small stumps (2” diameter). Damage to the unit may result.
It is best to let the cutter head “eat away” slowly at heavy cutting jobs.
The mower will operate more efficiently in tougher conditions and with less power
if the knives are kept sharp. If the mower begins to vibrate, stop the tractor, check for
wire wrapped in the spindle or damaged knives. When replacing knives, replace all
knives with new knives to ensure proper balance so the mower will not vibrate.
Severe vibration will result, if knives with unequal wear are used. Follow the
instructions in the maintenance section closely when replacing knife blades.
If bystanders approach within 300 feet while mower is in operation turn
mower switch “OFF” immediately! After shutdown, never leave the
tractor or allow bystanders to approach within 300 FEET of the unit until all
motion stops completely.
When encountering a very severe condition which causes the tractor to stall,
disengage mower, start tractor, raise the mower from the cut. Shut tractor off and
inspect the mower, blades and disk for damage before engaging mower again.
If the blades jam or stop, disengage the clutch and raise the head slightly or back
the tractor up. Normally, this will clear the cutter head. If not, shut off the mower(s),
raise the cutter heads, turn off the tractor and set the parking brake. After all motion
stops completely, leave the tractor and clear the cutting heads manually.
After the first day of operation, all bolts should be checked and tightened
securely.
This should be done periodically to ensure the bolts do not become loose and cause
damage to the tractor or mower, or injury to the operator.
Side Rtry Operation Section 3-5
OPERATION
TRANSPORTING MOWER
Transporting under the units own power:
When transporting between job sites or between cutting passes, the following
procedure should be followed: Shut off the power to the cutting head(s) and allow all
motion to come to a complete stop. Raise the draft beam to it’s highest position.
Raise the side mower until the deck stops against the draft beam. Raise the rear
mower with the 3-point hitch control lever. The unit is now in position for self
transportation.
Transporting unit by flatbed trailer:
Most tractors with a side mounted mower head attached will be over legal
transporting width (102” wide). For this reason, one of the following procedures
must be followed.
1: Transporting with side mower attached: Use a loading dock or ramp to load
tractor onto the trailer. Center the tractor with the mowers attached between the
sides of the trailer. Make sure the draft beam and head are fully raised and secured.
Lower the rear mower onto the trailer. Secure the tractor and rear mower to the
trailer with chains. Obtain proper over-width permits and mark the vehicle and
mower as over-width as required be law. Check the tractor operators manual for any
tractor requirements to transport by flatbed trailer.
2: Transporting with side mower removed: Park the tractor and turn the engine
off. Remove the key to avoid accidental starting. Close ball valves on the hydraulic
reservoir. To avoid contaminating the hydraulic system, make sure all fittings on the
side mower motor and solenoid control valve are clean. Disconnect the motor
pressure hose at the solenoid valve and the motor return hose at the motor. See
diagram below.
Side Rtry Operation Section 3-6
OPERATION
Next, switch the hose ends and reconnect to form two separate closed loops, see
diagram below. Disconnect the lift cable from the head and secure the loose end back
onto the cable with the cable clevis. Remove the keeper bolt and draft beam outer pivot
pin. Separate the mower head from the tractor. Now reinstall the pivot pin and keeper
bolts into the draft beam to prevent loss. OPEN THE BALL VALVES ON THE
HYDRAULIC RESERVOIR BEFORE STARTING TRACTOR AGAIN! Serious damage
will be caused if tractor is started with the ball valves closed.
Use a loading dock or ramps to load the tractor onto the trailer, centering the
tractor between the sides of the trailer. Make sure the tractor (and rear mower) and
trailer are within legal transporting width. Lower the rear mower onto the trailer and
set the loose hide mower on the trailer. Secure the tractor and mowers to the trailer
with chains. Check the tractor operators manual for any requirements to transport
be flatbed trailer. Reverse this procedure to unload and remount the mowers after
transporting. Be sure all pins are secure, all connections are tight and any lost fluid
is replaced before using mowers. Use teflon tape when connecting all fittings.
If any part of this operating section, or any other section of this manual is
not completely understood, contact your Tiger dealer or the address on
the cover of this manual for assistance!
Side Rtry Operation Section 3-7
OPERATION
INSPECTION SHEETS
Side Rtry Operation Section 3-8
OPERATION
Rotary Mower PRE-OPERATION Inspection
Tractor ID#____________
Make_____________________
Date:__________________ Shift______________________
Before conducting the inspection, make sure the Tractor engine is off, all rotation
has stop and the tractor is in the Park with the parking brake engaged. The
Mower head is resting on the ground (or is securely blocked up and supported)
and all hydraulic pressure has been relieved.
Operators Signature:___________________________________________________________________
DO NOT OPERATE an UNSAFE TRACTOR or MOWER
Side Rtry Operation Section 3-9
OPERATION
TRACTOR PRE-OPERATION Inspection
Tractor ID#____________
Make_____________________
Date:__________________ Shift______________________
Before conducting the inspection, make sure the Tractor engine is off, all rotation
has stop and the tractor is in the Park with the parking brake engaged. The
Mower head is resting on the ground (or is securely blocked up and supported)
and all hydraulic pressure has been relieved.
Operators Signature:___________________________________________________________________
DO NOT OPERATE an UNSAFE TRACTOR or MOWER
Side Rtry Operation Section 3-10
OPERATION
FRONT END LOADER PRE-OPERATION Inspection
Mower ID#_____________ Make___________________
Date:__________________ Shift____________________
Before conducting the inspection, make sure the Tractor engine is off, all
rotation has stop and the tractor is in the Park with the parking brake
engaged. The Loader is resting on the ground (or is securely blocked up
and supported) and all hydraulic pressure has been relieved.
Operators Signature:___________________________________________________________________
DO NOT OPERATE an UNSAFE TRACTOR or FRONT END
LOADER
Side Rtry Operation Section 3-11
OPERATION
TRACTOR PRE-OPERATION Inspection
Tractor ID#____________
Make_____________________
Date:__________________ Shift______________________
Before conducting the inspection, make sure the Tractor engine is off, all
rotation has stop and the tractor is in the Park with the parking brake
engaged. The Loader is resting on the ground (or is securely blocked up
and supported) and all hydraulic pressure has been relieved.
Operators Signature:___________________________________________________________________
DO NOT OPERATE an UNSAFE TRACTOR or FRONT END
LOADER
Side Rtry Operation Section 3-12
MAINTENANCE
SECTION
Maintenance Section 4-1
MAINTENANCE
Tiger Mowers are designed for high performance and rugged durability, yet with
simplified maintenance. The purpose of this section of the manual is to help the
operator in the regular servicing of the mower. Regular maintenance at the
intervals mentioned will result in the maximum efficiency and long life of the Tiger
Mower.
When you purchase a Tiger Mower you also acquire another valuable asset,
Tiger’s parts organization. Our rapid and efficient service has guaranteed the
customer satisfaction for many years. Tiger parts keep up with the demands for
efficiency, safety and endurance expected of the Tiger Mower.
MAINTENANCE PRECAUTIONS
Be sure end of grease gun and zerks are clean before using. Debris injected
intobearings, etc. with grease will cause immediate damage.
DO NOT use a power grease gun to lubricate bearings. These require very
small and exact amounts of lubrication. Refer to the detailed maintenance section
for specificlubrication instructions. Do Not over-grease bearings.
Lexan windows should be washed with mild soap or detergent and luke warm
water, using a soft clean sponge or soft cloth. DO NOT use abrasive or alkaline
cleaners or metal scrapers on lexan windows!
Be alert to maintenance indicators such as the in-tank filter pressure gauge,
hydraulic reservoir sight gauge, etc. Take the required action to correct any
problems immediately.
Release of energy from pressurized systems may cause inadvertent actuation
of cylinders, or sudden release of compressed springs. Before disconnecting any
hoses relieve pressure by shutting tractor off, setting cutter on ground and actuating
lift valve handles.
DO NOT use hands to check for suspected leaks in hydraulic hoses!
Hydraulic fluid escaping under pressure can have sufficient force to
penetrate skin and cause serious injury. If fluid is injected into skin, it
must be surgically removed within a few hours or gangrene may result.
Use a small piece of wood or cardboard, not hands, to search for pin
hose leaks. Be sure all pressure is relieved whenever disconnecting
lines. Be sure all connections are tight and hoses and lines are not
damaged before applying pressure.
BREAK IN PERIOD
In addition to following the break in instructions for your particular tractor, the intank hydraulic fluid filter should be replaced after the first 50 hours of service.
Thereafter the filter should be replaced every 500 hours, or yearly, which ever
comes first.
Re-torque wheel lugs after first five hours of operation and periodically
thereafter. See torque specifications listed in the tractor’s service manual for your
particular model. Wheel lugs must always be re-torqued whenever a wheel is
removed and reinstalled.
Maintenance Section 4-2
MAINTENANCE
REGULAR MAINTENANCE
The intervals at which regular servicing should be done are based on hours of
operation. Use the tractors hour meter to determine when regular servicing is
required.
This symbol indicates a point that needs to be greased at an interval
noted in the section below. Refer to the Detailed Maintenance section
for further instructions on greasing. Copy and use the Daily
Maintenance sheet located at the end of this section.
ITEM
DAILY OR EVERY 8 HOURS
SERVICE
COMMENTS
Drive Shaft Yoke, U-Joint
& Stub Shaft
Grease
Grease as instructed in
detailed maint. section
Pump Drive Shaft
Check and Lube
Insure drive shaft end play
Crankshaft Adapter
Check rubber grommets Replace grommets if
damaged or missing
Pivot Points
Lubricate
Inject grease until it appears
at ends
Hydraulic Fittings
Check for leaks
Tighten when needed. Do Not
use hands to check for leaks,
see maintenance precautions
Knives
Check
Inspect for missing or
damaged knives, change
or sharpen as needed
Spindle mounting bolts
(spindle to deck)
Check
3/4” x 2” torque to 331 ft. lbs.
Knife mounting bolts
(knife to disk)
Check
Pre-lubricate threads, then
torque to 800 ft.lbs
Disk mounting bolts
(disk to spindle)
Check
5/8” x 1-3/4” bolt to torque
204 dry or 184 oiled ft. lbs.
Belts
Check / Adjust
Check if broken, tighten
as required
Main Frame and
Deck
Check
Retorque bolts to torque
specifications in this section
Hydraulic Fluid Level
Check
Add if required per fluid
recommendations
Maintenance Section 4-3
MAINTENANCE
WEEKLY OR EVERY 50 HOURS
ITEM
SERVICE
COMMENTS
In Tank Hyd. Fluid
Filter
(10 micron filter)
Change
Change after first 50
hours only, then every
500 hours or yearly
In-Line High Pressure
Filter
(10 micron filter)
Change
Change after first 50
hours only, then every
500 hours or yearly
Hydraulic Fluid Level
Check
Add as needed
Hyd. Tank Breather
Clean / Check / Replace
Clean or replace
Element as required
MONTHLY OR EVERY 150 HOURS
Rear Tire Type
Max P.S.I.
480/80R38
18.4-34
18.4-38
29
26
26
YEARLY OR EVERY 500 HOURS
Spindle Grease
Change
Motor to Spindle Spline
Change
Hyd. Tank Fluid
Change
In Tank Hyd. Fluid Filter
(10 micron filter)
Change
In-Line HP Filter
(10 micron filter)
Change
Hyd. Tank Breather
Change
SYMPTOMS
or
Change when indicated
by restriction indicator.
TROUBLE SHOOTING
Vibration
CAUSE
1. Loose bolts
2. Cutter assembly
Mower will not lift
1. Hyd. Fluid low
2. Leaks in line
3. Faulty relief valve
4. Kinked or blocked
5. Faulty cylinder
REMEDY
1. Check all bolts and tighten
to torque specs. in this section
2a. Check for damaged blades,
disc. Unbalanced or cutter
shaft. Replace if needed.
2b. Check for wire, rope, etc.
entangled in cutter assembly
1. Check and refill Hyd. Fluid.
2. Tighten or replace fittings
and hoses
3. Check pressure in line. Line
pressure in Control Valves
should be at least 2500 P.S.I.
4. Clean or replace lines
5. Inspect, repair or replace
cylinder
Maintenance Section 4-4
MAINTENANCE
SYMPTOMS
CAUSE
Oil Temperature rises 1. Low oil level
above 200 deg. F
2. Kinked/blocked hoses
3. Worn pump / motor
Mower will not start
1. Blown fuse
1.
or run
2. Ball valves closed 2.
3. Low oil level
3.
4. Line leak
4.
5. Electronic
solenoid faulty
Motor runs but
will not cut.
1. Belts
2. Tensioner
Motor turns slowly
or not at all.
Pump will not work
1. Contaminants
restricting spool
movement in
valve body.
2. Suction lines
obstructed
3. Low oil level
1. Excessive wear
on internal parts
REMEDY
1. Bring oil to proper level
2. Inspect / Repair / Replace
3. Disable and repair
Check fuse between mower
switch and ignition / replace
Make sure valves are open
Check Hyd. tank and fill
Check all fittings and lines.
Re-tighten or replace
5a. Without the tractor running, turn
the mower switch to on. A low
audible click should be heard if the
solenoid is engaging the solenoid
spool. If click is not heard, leave
switch in on position and with a
screwdriver or other steel object,
touch the small nut on the end of the
solenoid. If the metallic object is not
attracted to the nut, check the fuse
and wiring for an open circuit. If the
object is attracted but no “click” is
heard, replace the solenoid.
5b. Remove the four bolts holding the
small block to the main block. Lift
and remove small block being
careful not to damage O-rings / filter.
Clean filter and re-install.
5c. Remove large nut on side of large
valve block. Remove spring, and use
needle nose vise grip to pull spool
from block. Check block and spool
for contaminates and scratches.
Clean parts or replace if scratched.
1. Inspect belts and pulleys. Replace
belts and repair as needed.
2. Adjust tensioner nut until flat washer
washer is flush with top of guide.
1. Remove large nut on side of large
valve block. Remove spring, and use
needle nose vise grip to pull spool
from block. Check block and spool
for contaminates and scratches.
Clean parts or replace if scratched.
2. Check for kinkes or obstruction in
suction hose
3. Check Hyd. tank level and fill
1. Disassemble and repair.
Maintenance Section 4-5
MAINTENANCE
Motor will not work
1. Excessive wear
on internal parts
1. Disassemble and repair.
NOTE: If flow meter is available, check pressure and flow volume for all
suspected hydraulic problems.
If the solution to your problem cannot be found in this section, call the
Technical Service representative at the number shown on the front cover of
this manual.
Maintenance Section 4-6
MAINTENANCE
TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS
* These are intended to be general specifications. See tractor operators or service
manual for exact specifications for your unit.
Maintenance Section 4-7
MAINTENANCE
LUBRICATION RECOMMENDATIONS
Description
Application
General Specification
Tractor Hydraulics
Reservoir
JD-20C
MF M1135,M1141
FNHM2C134D (FNH201)
Mower Hydraulics
Reservoir
Cold Temperatures 0 F Start-Up
Normal Temperatures 10 F Start-Up
Normal Temperatures 15 F Start-Up
High Operating Temp. Above 90 F
Recomended
Mobil Lubricant
Mobilfluid 424
ISO 46 Anti-Wear - Low Temp
JD-20C
MF M1135,M1141
FNH M2C134D (FNH201)
ISO 46 Anti-Wear
ISO 100 Anti-Wear
Mobil DTE 15M
Mobilfluid 424
Mobil DTE 25
Mobil DTE 18M
Flail Rear Gearbox
Grease
PAO Synthetic Extreme
Pressure Gear Lube
Mobil SHC 75W-90
Mobil 1 Synthetic Gear
Cutter Shaft & Ground
Mobilgrease CM-S
Grease
Lithium-Complex
Roller Shaft (Flail)
Gun
Extreme Pressure
NLGI 2 - ISO 320
Drive Shaft Coupler
(Flail and Rotary)
Grease
Gun
Lithium-Complex
Extreme Pressure
NLGI2 - ISO 320
Mobilgrease CM-S
Drive Shaft Yoke, U-Joint & Stub Shaft
Grease
Gun
Lithium-Complex
Extreme Pressure
NLGI2 - ISO 320
Mobilgrease CM-S
Boom Swivel
Boom Cylinder Pivots
(Rotary & Flail Boom)
Grease
Gun
Lithium-Complex
Extreme pressure
NLGI2 - ISO 320
Mobilgrease CM-S
Deck Boom Pivot &
Grease
Lithium-Complex
Mobilgrease CM-S
Deck Stop Adjustment
(Rotary & Flail)
Gun
Extreme pressure
NLGI 2 - ISO 320
Deck Spindle (Rotary)
Grease
Gun
Tiger Spindle Lubricant
part number 06540000
Mobilith SHC 220
9-13-02
Maintenance Section 4-8
MAINTENANCE
POLYCARBONATE CARE & MAINTENANCE
The proprietary UV and Abrasion Resistant surface coating on SHIELDS®
SUPERCOATED™ polycarbonate significantly improves performance. Periodic
cleaning using proper procedures and compatible cleaners are recommended to
prolong service life. Tiger Corp. polycarbonate is SUPERCOATED™ on both sides.
CLEANING THE SUPERCOAT™ HARD-COAT
1. Wash with a mild solution of soap or detergent and lukewarm water.
2. Using a soft cloth or sponge, gently wash the sheet to loosen dirt and grime and rinse well
with clean water.
3. To prevent water spotting, thoroughly dry with chamois or cellulose sponge.
4. Avoid the use of abrasive cleaners, squeegees and/or other cleaning implements that may
mar or gouge the coating.
CLEANING AGENTS WHICH HAVE BEEN FOUND TO BE COMPATIBLE UNDER LABORATORY
CONDITIONS:
•
•
•
Aqueous Solutions of Soaps and Detergents
Windex1
Top Job2
3
Fantastik
Formula 4094
Organic Solvents
Butyl Cellosolve
Neleco-Placer
Kerosene
Turco 5042
Alcohols
Methanol
Isopropyl
Joy2
Sumalight D12
Mr. Clean2
Brucodecid
Hexel, F.O. 554
Naphtha (VM&P grade)
All residual organic solvents should be removed with a secondary rinse.
GRAFFITI REMOVAL
Butyl cellosolve (for removal of paints, marking pen inks, lipstick, etc.). The use of
masking tape, adhesive tape or lint removal tools works well for lifting off old weathered
paints.
To remove labels, stickers, etc., the use of kerosene or VM&P naphtha are generally
effective. When the solvent will not penetrate sticker material, apply heat (hair dryer) to
soften the adhesive and promote removal.
IMPORTANT: If a material is found to be incompatible in a short-term test, it will usually be
found to be incompatible in the field. The converse, however, is not always true. Favorable
performance is no guarantee that actual end-use conditions have been duplicated.
Therefore, these results should be used as a guide only and it is recommended that the
user test the products under actual end-use conditions.
Maintenance Section 4-9
MAINTENANCE
RECOMMENDED FILLING INSTRUCTIONS
FOR HYDRAULIC RESERVIORS
When filling or checking the oil level, the unit should be parked on a level
surface, shut “OFF”, and allowed sufficient time to cool to ambient temperature.
Use caution when removing the pressurized breather. Do not place face over opening
when removing the breather.
The reservior should be filled to the top of the lower sight glass on the side of the
tank. Do not over-fill. The reservior has been over-filled when oil is visible in the upper
sight glass. If tank has too much oil, the excess may be expelled through the pressurized
breather.
DETAILED MAINTENANCE
REPLACEING IN-TANK HYDRAULIC FILTER:
Loosen the four bolts on the top cover of the filter housing. Turn cover
counter-clockwise until cover is free. Remove and replace filter. Replace
top cover and cover bolts in opposite order as removed.
Maintenance Section 4-10
MAINTENANCE
DETAILED MAINTENANCE
REPLACEING HIGH PRESSURE HYDRAULIC FIL TER ELEMENT:
Assure system has been shut down and de-pressurized. Locate High Pressure
Filter housing. Confirm that the element that is about to be installed matches the
element p/n on the filter model tag. Example: V3.0510-06 (world line 100, HD049
model) Locate the bottom of the High Pressure Bowl, and use the appropriate
spanner wrench –or- ratchet that matches the hex pattern. Using the spanner
wrench -or- ratchet and turning in a counterclockwise rotation, (looking at the bottom
of the bowl) remove the bowl from the head, The first couple rotations will seam
tight as the o-ring passes the sealing flats, once the o-ring has cleared the sealing
flats the bowl should spin freely. Taking care not to drop the bowl, finish removing
the bowl from the head. WARNING: bowl will be full of oil! Pour the oil from the
bowl into a container, this oil should be considered contaminated due to the flow
direction through the element is outside ~ in. Clean the inside of the bowl if “dirt” is
present. Remove the old element from the filter head by pulling with a rotation
motion. Dispose of the used element properly. Remove the new element from the
packaging. Using your finger, dab and lubricate the o-ring in the top of the new
element. Install the new element into and on the mounting boss with in the head;
assure that the element is fully seated on the boss. Clean and inspect the o-ring
that is affixed in the bowl, lubricate with oil. Using a clockwise rotation, screw the
bowl back into the head, assuring that the bowl has not been cross threaded into the
head. Continue “tighten” the bowl into the head, using the spanner wrench –orratchet, the rotation of the bowl will become tighter once the o-ring engages the
sealing flats. Once the bowl has been fully inserted into the head, and the o-ring has
reached the sealing flats, the bowl can no longer be “tightened” and bottoms out.
Once the bowl has bottomed out, “back-off” the bowl by 1/6 turn, this assures that
the o-ring is seated properly with in the sealing flats. Element change out and reassembly is now complete. Start the machine and inspect the filter area checking
that there is no oil leaking from the filter assembly. This is first to be done at 50
hours of operation, then yearly(500 hours) or when indicated by restriction indicator.
HEAD
BOWL
Maintenance Section 4-11
MAINTENANCE
GREASING INNER AND OUTER DRAFT BEAM
PIVOT POINTS
Locate the grease zerks on the inner and outer draft beam pivot bosses. Inject
Lithium-Complex Extreme Pressure grease conforming to NLGI2-ISO 320
specifications into each zerk until grease protrudes from joints. Grease all pivots
daily or every 8 hours of service.
GREASING THE UPPER AND LOWER SHEAVES
Locate the grease zerks on the ends of the upper and lower sheave pins as
shown below. Inject Lithium-Complex Extreme Pressure grease conforming to
NLGI2-ISO 320 specifications into each pin until it protrudes from the ends. These
should also be greased daily or for every 8 hours of service.
GREASING INNER AND OUTER DRAFT BEAM
PIVOT POINTS
Locate the grease zerks on the inner and outer draft beam pivot bosses. Inject
Lithium-Complex Extreme Pressure grease conforming to NLGI2-ISO 320
specifications into each zerk until grease protrudes from joints. Grease all pivots
daily or every 8 hours of service.
Maintenance Section 4-12
MAINTENANCE
With the cutter head lowered, locate the
grease zerks on the linkage and pivot bosses.
Inject Lithium-Complex Extreme Pressure
grease conforming to NLGI2-ISO 320
specifications until it protrudes from the ends.
With the cutter head in this position it is also
possible to grease the draft beam cylinder
anchors and pins. Now raise the cutter head
to expose the remaining zerks on the deck tilt
linkages and on the other end of the cylinder.
TIGHTENING KNIFE BOLTS AND DISK BOLTS:
After every 8 hours of operation or daily, the Knife Bolts and Disk Bolts should be
tightened as follows:
Knife mounting bolts (2ea.) torque oiled to 800 ft. lbs.
Disk mounting bolts (6ea. ) torque dry to 204 or oiled to 184 ft. lbs.
Maintenance Section 4-13
MAINTENANCE
GREASING PUMP DRIVE SHAFT COUPLER:
With engine stopped, ensure drive shaft alignment by grasping coupler and sliding
back and forth. Coupler should slide freely with approximately 1/8” of end play. If
coupler does not slide freely, inspect for loose pump mount bolts, or damaged or
loose crank shaft adapter. Inject Lithium-Complex Extreme Pressure grease
conforming to NLGI2-ISO 320 specifications into coupler until grease begins to
protrude from ends. Grease daily or every 8 hours. Do not over grease.
DRIVE SHAFT YOKE, U-JOINT & STUB SHAFT
With engine stopped, inject Lithium-Complex extreme pressure grease
conforming to NLGI2-ISO 320 specifications into universal joints and slip yoke untill
grease appears at the seal. Grease them daily or every 8 hours.
Maintenance Section 4-14
MAINTENANCE
ADJUSTING THE CABLE LIFT
Extend the outboard cylinder until the mower deck touches its stop on the draft
beam as shown. NOTE: Make sure the cable turnbuckle is loose enough to allow
the cylinder to reach full extension before the head reaches the stop. Now hold the
head against the stop and tighten the turnbuckle until the cable is tight. Lower and
raise the head to check the adjustment. The head should touch its stop at the same
time the cylinder reaches full extension. Tighten turnbuckle lock nuts securely after
adjustment is complete.
BALL VALVES
The ball valve at the hydraulic reservoir may need to be closed during certain
maintenance or repair procedures. THE BALL VALVES MUST BE OPEN (handle
parallel with valve) WHEN TRACT OR IS RE-STARTED OR PUMP IS COUPLED
TO MOTOR OR P.T.O. ! Failure to do so may result in component failure!
Maintenance Section 4-15
MAINTENANCE
GREASING SPINDLE
Locate grease fitting on inside of deck housing. Inject Tiger Spindle Lubricant,
part number 06540000 into spindle housing. Fill with lubricant until lubricant weeps
out of the top spindle seal. Lubricate spindle weekly or every 40 hours of use.
TIGHTENING SPINDLE BOLTS
The spindle mounting bolts should be checked and retorqued daily or every 10
hours of service. Torque the (6) bolts shown below to 331 ft. lbs.
Maintenance Section 4-16
MAINTENANCE
GREASING MOTOR SPLINE TO SPINDLE
SPLINE
Locate motor spline and spindle spline on the mower deck. Grease splines with
Mobil moly 52. Use about 4 ounces of grease. Change grease yearly or every 500
hours.
Maintenance Section 4-17
MAINTENANCE
INSPECTION OF ROTARY KNIVES
in
Failure to follow the following warnings and instructions may result
serious injury or damage to the equipment or property!
1 – DO NOT weld on the knife or bolts. Damaged or worn knives must be replaced.
2 – Knife must be replaced in sets. Knives with unequal wear may cause serious
vibration and resulting structural damage to the mower.
3 – The self-locking nuts for the knife mounting bolts must NOT be reused. If the
self-locking nut is removed from the knife mounting bolt, the nut must be replaced
with a new self-locking nut.
4 – Inspect the condition and tightness of the knife mounting bolts and disk mounting
bolts daily.
ROTARY KNIFE REPLACEMENT
1 – Be sure you have a complete matching set of new knives for replacement.
2 – Remove knives and inspect holes for damage. Also watch for cracks in the disk
around the holes.
3 – Lube threads with anti-seize, motor oil or grease. Install bolt through knife and
disk from bottom side of disk. Install new self-locking nuts and torque them to
800 oiled ft. lbs.
4 – The knives should swing freely to absorb shocks from impact when striking
objects.
WHEN CUTTING HEAVY BRUSH, KNIFE BOL TS SHOULD BE
INSPECTED HOURLY AND RETORQUED TO 1070 dry or 800 oiled
FT. LBS.
Maintenance Section 4-18
MAINTENANCE
REPLACEMENT OF ROTARY DISK
in
Failure to follow the following warnings and instructions may result
serious injury or damage to the equipment or property!
The bolts that attach the knife mounting disk to the spindle must be grade 8.
These 5/8 inch bolts are to be torqued to 204 dry or 184 oiled ft. lbs.
A thread locking agent may be applied to threads of all mounting bolts before they
are installed.
Disks must be inspected daily for hairline cracks between spindle
mounting bolts or around the knife mounting bolts. These cracks indicate
metal fatigue caused by severe abuse. If cracks are present, the disk must be
replaced.
Inspect the disk mounting bolts daily when checking tightness of blade mounting
bolts. If a disk mounting bolt is loose, it must be removed, threads cleaned, fresh
thread locking agent applied, and tightened to proper torque value.
If a knife mounting bolt is loose, the self locking nut must be replaced as a safety
precaution. Lubricate threads with anti-seize, grease or motor oil. Place bolts
through knife and disk from bottom side of disk. Install self locking nuts and torque
them to 800 ft. lbs.
1- WARNING: The disk alone weighs approximately 210 lbs. Be sure its weight
can be supported before attempting to replace. The use of a lift mechanism will
ease replacement.
2- Remove the six disk mounting bolts and the disk from the spindle.
3- Install new disk and align with mounting bolt holes.
4- Apply a thread locking agent to all of the mounting bolts and install the bolts
through the disk. If a bolt protector is being installed, hold the protector in place and
install the bolts through the bolt protector and disk. NOTE: Disk bolts must be
Grade 8.
5- Tighten bolts down and torque to values noted.
6- See knife replacement instructions for replacing the knives onto the new disk.
Maintenance Section 4-19
MAINTENANCE
HEAVY DUTY SPINDLE ASSEMBLY
INSTALLATION AND BEARING ADJUSTMENT
WARNING! A press MUST be used to install bearing cups, bearing cones, and
seals. DO NOT use a hammer to install races, bearings, or seals. The parts of
assembly may be damaged.
NOTE: The grease zerk and gussets are located on the top side of the spindle
housing. Be sure the spindle is assembled correctly.
Be sure to wear eye protection and other protective equipment as needed
when working on spindle assembly.
THE SPINDLE ASSEMBLY
See the diagram below for identification of spindle parts, while servicing.
Maintenance Section 4-20
MAINTENANCE
BEARING INSTALLATION
1 – Press upper bearing cup into the spindle housing.
2 – Turn the spindle housing over and press in the lower bearing cup.
3 – Place the lower bearing cone in the bearing cup. Next press the seal into the
spindle housing. The inner lip of the seal must be DOWN, towards the bearing, so
lubricant is sealed inside the housing.
4 – Install the spindle in the housing. Lightly press the spindle to seat the cone onto the
spindle.
5 – Support the bottom of the spindle and press the upper bearing cone and bearing
adjustment sleeve onto the spindle.
NOTE: The spindle housing must turn freely when seating the bearing cone and sleeve.
6 – Press the two upper seals into the spindle housing. The inner lip of the seals must
be UP, away from the bearing, so excess lubricant can escape.
7 – Install the bearing adjustment nut (thin nut) so there is 1/16” clearance between the
nut and the sleeve. Install the jam washer, placing the tab into the key-way. Install the
bearing lock nut (thick nut) and hand tighten against jam washer and adjustment nut.
See the following section for bearing adjustment.
8 – Position the spindle housing horizontally with the drain hole oriented “up.” Grease
through the zerk with Tiger Spindle Lubricant(part number 06540000) until the grease
purges from the drain hole.
9 – Install the plug into the drain hole.
Maintenance Section 4-21
MAINTENANCE
BEARING ADJUSTMENT
1 – Clamp the bottom end of the spindle securely in a vise so the spindle housing
turns freely.
2 – Position a magnetic base dial indicator on the outer diameter of the spindle
housing. Locate the end of the dial indicator against the flat end of the spindle shaft.
The dial indicator will now measure accurately bearing end play.
3 – Tighten the bearing adjustment nut until there is .012 inch movement when the
spindle housing is pried upward away from the vise jaws.
4 – When there is .012 inch free play between the spindle and housing, install the
bearing lock nut (thick nut). Hold the adjusting nut securely and tighten the lock nut
to 300 ft. lbs. of torque.
5 – After the lock nut is tightened, there must be .001 inch to .003 inch of free play
when lightly prying up on the spindle housing.
If the end play is correct, .001 inch to .003 inch, bend tabs up on jam washer to
prevent the lock nut from loosening.
If the end play in NOT correct, loosen the lock nut and turn the adjustment nut as
required and re-tighten the lock nut. Repeat first part of step 5.
Maintenance Section 4-22
MAINTENANCE
DAILY MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE
The following services should be performed daily or every 8 hours
of service, following the detailed maintenance instructions in the
operators manual.
______ Pump Drive Shaft: Check for end play in drive shaft / coupler and
lubricate at zerks.
______ Crankshaft adapter: If equipped with rubber grommets check
condition, replace if missing or damaged.
______ Pivot points: Inject grease until it appears at ends.
______ Hydraulic fittings: Check for leaks with paper or cardboard. Tighten
fittings or replace hoses immediately.
______ Knives: Inspect for missing or damaged knives, change (only
complete sets) as needed.
______ Belts: Check / Tighten / Replace belts as needed.
______ Main Frame / Deck: Unless otherwise specified retorque bolts
according to torque specifications in this
section.
______ Hydraulic Fluid Level: Add, if required, per fluid recommendations.
______ Rear Flail Drive, Bearing
Flange and Shaft Couplers: Grease as instructed in the detailed
(if applicable)
maintenance section.
______ Cutter Shaft and Ground Roller: Grease as instructed in the detailed
maintenance section
Service performed by:_______ Date:____/____/____ Hour
Meter:__________
Maintenance Section
** This page may be copied and used as part of the daily maintenance routine.
Maintenance Section 4-23
MAINTENANCE
Maintenance Section 4-24
JD 5520 - SIDE ROTARY, CAB, WOC
PARTS
SECTION
Parts Section 5-1
PARTS ORDERING GUIDE
The following instructions are offered to help eliminate needless delay and error in
processing purchase orders for the equipment in this manual.
1. The Parts Section is prepared in logical sequence and grouping of parts that
belong to the basic machine featured in this manual. Part Numbers and
Descriptions are given to help locate the parts and quantities required.
2. The Purchase Order must indicate the Name and Address of the person or
organization ordering the parts, who should be charged, and if possible, the serial
number of the machine for which the parts are being ordered.
3. The purchase order must clearly list the quantity of each part, the complete
and correct part number, and the basic name of the part.
4. The manufacturer reserves the right to substitute parts where applicable.
5. Some parts may be unlisted items which are special production items not
normally stocked and are subject to special handling. Request a quotation for such
parts before sending a purchase order.
6. The manufacturer reserves the right to change prices without prior notice.
NOTE: When ordering replacement decals, refer to the part numbers and
descriptions listed in the safety section in the front of this manual.
For maximum safety and to guarantee optimum product reliability,
always use genuine Tiger replacement parts. The use of inferior
replacement parts may cause premature or catastrophic failure
which could result in serious injury or death.
Direct any questions regarding parts to:
Tiger Corporation
3301 N. Louise Ave.
Sioux Falls, SD 57107
1-800-843-6849
1-605-336-7900
Parts Section 5-2
PARTS SECTION TABLE OF CONTENTS
SECTION
TRACTOR SPECIFIC PARTS:
ASSEMBLY
PAGE
TRAC. MT. KIT – MAIN FRAME, 5520-CAB
06100921
5-4
TRAC. MT. KIT – MAIN FRAME, 5520-WOC
06100921
5-6
TRAC. MT. KIT – MAIN FRAME, 5520-WOC LDR
06100941
5-8
TRACTOR MOUNT KIT - HYDRAULICS
06100921
5-10
TRACTOR MOUNT KIT - HYDRAULICS LDR
06100941
5-12
LIFT VALVE - CAB 5520
06100924
5-14
LIFT VALVE - CAB REAR MTG 5520
06100924
5-16
LIFT VALVE - WOC
06100926
5-18
LIFT VALVE - WOC LOADER
06100942
5-20
STEEL CANOPY
06200137
5-22
SOLENOID WIRING
80155
5-23
COMMON PARTS SECTION:
Parts Section 5-3
6-1
11-20-01
TRACTOR MOUNT KIT - MAIN FRAME, CAB, 5520
10-2-02
Parts Section 5-4
TRACTOR MOUNT KIT - MAIN FRAME, CAB, 5520
ITEM
PART NO.
QTY.
DESCRIPTION
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
34231
34230
34234
32519
23152
33480
6T0375B
34235
6T0389
32583
6T1209
34168
6T1219D
34066
6T4197
6T4200
33700
6T1279B
31004
6T0649
TF4888
21732
21990
21725
6T2530
6T2625
31731
24881
21986
22014
21630
21988
21625
21833
21831
21993
21825
6T2260
6T2501
21627
32691
21989
34378
06537004
24937
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
AVAIL.
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
4
4
6
6
8
8
1
1
4
4
4
2
4
6
2
4
4
2
1
1
1
4
4
MAIN FRAME
AXLE BRACE - RIGHT HAND
BATTERY BOX COVER
WING NUT 1/4”
HYDRAULIC PUMP
PUMP MOUNTING BRACKET
DRIVE SHAFT COUPLER
PUMP DRIVE SHAFT
CRANKSHAFT ADAPTER
CRANKSHAFT SPACER
TANK SIGHT GLASS
HYDRAULIC RESERVOIR ASSY.
RESERVOIR TANK
FILTER ASSY.
PIPE PLUG
PIPE PLUG
REDUCER BUSHING
TANK STRAP
TANK BREATHER
FILTER GAUGE
STREET ELBOW
CAPSCREW 1/2" X 1 3/4"
LOCKWASHER 1/2"
HEX NUT 1/2"
CAPSCREW 16MM X 65MM (2.0 PITCH)
LOCKWASHER 16MM
CAPSCREW 20MM X 50MM
LOCKWASHER 20MM
LOCKWASHER 1/4"
FLATWASHER 1/4"
CAPSCREW 3/8” X 1”
LOCKWASHER 3/8”
HEX NUT 3/8”
CAPSCREW 3/4" X 2 1/4"
CAPSCREW 3/4" X 1 3/4"
LOCKWASHER 3/4"
HEX NUT 3/4"
CAPSCREW 7/16" X 1 1/2" CUT
CAPSCREW 10MM X 60MM"
NYLOCK NUT 3/8"
LOCKWASHER 10MM
LOCKWASHER 7/16”
BATTERY BOX
WASHER,NEOPRENE,.75x1.25x.19
FLAT WASHER
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34
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10-2-02
Parts Section 5-5
TRACTOR MOUNT KIT - MAIN FRAME, WOC, 5520
Parts Section 5-6
10-2-02
TRACTOR MOUNT KIT - MAIN FRAME, WOC, 5520
ITEM
PART NO.
QTY.
DESCRIPTION
1
2
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
34231
34230
32519
23152
33480
6T0375B
34235
6T0389
32583
6T1209
34168
6T1219D
34066
6T4197
6T4200
33700
6T1279B
31004
6T0649
TF4888
21732
21990
21725
6T2530
6T2625
31731
24881
21986
22014
21833
21831
21993
21825
6T2260
6T2501
21627
32691
21989
06537004
24937
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
AVAIL.
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
4
4
6
6
8
8
1
1
2
4
6
2
4
4
2
4
1
4
4
MAIN FRAME
AXLE BRACE - RIGHT HAND
WING NUT 1/4”
HYDRAULIC PUMP
PUMP MOUNTING BRACKET
DRIVE SHAFT COUPLER
PUMP DRIVE SHAFT
CRANKSHAFT ADAPTER
CRANKSHAFT SPACER
TANK SIGHT GLASS
HYDRAULIC RESERVOIR ASSY.
RESERVOIR TANK
FILTER ASSY.
PIPE PLUG
PIPE PLUG
REDUCER BUSHING
TANK STRAP
TANK BREATHER
FILTER GAUGE
STREET ELBOW
CAPSCREW 1/2" X 1 3/4"
LOCKWASHER 1/2"
HEX NUT 1/2"
CAPSCREW 16MM X 65MM (2.0 PITCH)
LOCKWASHER 16MM
CAPSCREW 20MM X 50MM
LOCKWASHER 20MM
LOCKWASHER 1/4"
FLATWASHER 1/4"
CAPSCREW 3/4" X 2 1/4"
CAPSCREW 3/4" X 1 3/4"
LOCKWASHER 3/4"
HEX NUT 3/4"
CAPSCREW 7/16" X 1 1/2" CUT
CAPSCREW 10MM X 60MM"
NYLOCK NUT 3/8"
LOCKWASHER 10MM
LOCKWASHER 7/16”
WASHER,NEOPRENE,.75x1.25x.19
FLAT WASHER
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15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
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26
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29
30
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37
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40
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48
Parts Section 5-7
10-2-02
TRACTOR MOUNT KIT - MAIN FRAME, LDR, WOC, 5520
Parts Section 5-8
10-2-02
TRACTOR MOUNT KIT - MAIN FRAME, LDR, WOC, 5520
ITEM
PART NO.
QTY.
DESCRIPTION
1
2
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
34405
34409
32519
23152
33480
6T0375B
34235
6T0389
32583
6T1209
34168
6T1219D
34066
6T4197
6T4200
33700
6T1279B
31004
6T0649
TF4888
21732
21990
21725
6T2530
6T2625
24879
24881
21986
22014
21833
21831
21993
21825
6T2260
6T2501
21627
32691
21989
34406
31732
06537004
24937
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
AVAIL.
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
4
4
6
8
8
8
1
1
2
4
6
2
4
4
2
4
1
2
2
4
4
MAIN FRAME
AXLE BRACE - RIGHT HAND
WING NUT 1/4”
HYDRAULIC PUMP
PUMP MOUNTING BRACKET
DRIVE SHAFT COUPLER
PUMP DRIVE SHAFT
CRANKSHAFT ADAPTER
CRANKSHAFT SPACER
TANK SIGHT GLASS
HYDRAULIC RESERVOIR ASSY.
RESERVOIR TANK
FILTER ASSY.
PIPE PLUG
PIPE PLUG
REDUCER BUSHING
TANK STRAP
TANK BREATHER
FILTER GAUGE
STREET ELBOW
CAPSCREW 1/2" X 1 3/4"
LOCKWASHER 1/2"
HEX NUT 1/2"
CAPSCREW 16MM X 65MM (2.0 PITCH)
LOCKWASHER 16MM
CAPSCREW 20MM X 65MM
LOCKWASHER 20MM
LOCKWASHER 1/4"
FLATWASHER 1/4"
CAPSCREW 3/4" X 2 1/4"
CAPSCREW 3/4" X 1 3/4"
LOCKWASHER 3/4"
HEX NUT 3/4"
CAPSCREW 7/16" X 1 1/2" CUT
CAPSCREW 10MM X 60MM"
NYLOCK NUT 3/8"
LOCKWASHER 10MM
LOCKWASHER 7/16”
BUSHING 1 3/8” X 11/16”
CAPSCREW 16MM X 70MM
WASHER,NEOPRENE,.75x1.25x.19
FLAT WASHER
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15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
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24
25
26
27
28
29
30
36
37
38
39
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41
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46
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10-2-02
Parts Section 5-9
TRACTOR MOUNT KIT - HYDRAULICS, 5520
11-20-01
Parts Section 5-10
TRACTOR MOUNT KIT - HYDRAULICS, 5520
ITEM
PART NO.
QTY.
DESCRIPTION
4
5
6
7
8
10
11
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
33555
34068
34067
34069
34064
6T3200
6T1823
34229
6T2625
22425
34075
34076
TF4852
34233
34236
34232
33554
34117
21638
22016
6T2665
21988
21625
34115
34245
34246
*
*
*
2
1
1
1
1
8
24
2
2
2
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
1
2
1
1
1
REF
REF
REF
ADAPTER 1” MORB X 1” MJIC
ELBOW
NIPPLE 1 1/4” x 1 1/4”
BALL VALVE
ADAPTER 1 1/4” X 1”
SPLIT HOSE
ZIP TIE 14” LONG
SPACER
LOCKWASHER 16MM
CAPSCREW 16MM X 60MM
CLAMP KIT 1 1/4”
CLAMP KIT 1”
FLANGE KIT
HOSE 1 1/4” X 52”
HOSE 1” X 83”
HOSE 1” X 54”
ELBOW 1” MORB X 1” MJIC45
ELBOW 1” MORB X 1” MJIC90
CAPSCREW 3/8" X 3"
FLATWASHER 3/8"
STAR LOCKWASHER 3/8"
LOCKWASHER 3/8"
HEX NUT 3/8”
BRAKE VALVE ASY.
HOSE 1” X 82”
HOSE 1” X 90”
MAIN FRAME - REFER TO MAIN FRAME PARTS
HYDRAULIC TANK - REFER TO MAIN FRAME PARTS
HYDRAULIC PUMP - REFER TO MAIN FRAME PARTS
NOTE:
1. Band hoses together with zip ties wherever loose. Where hoses
may contact the frame or other edges, wrap with split hose and
secure with hose clamps or zip ties.
Parts Section 5-11
11-20-01
TRACTOR MOUNT KIT - HYDRAULICS, LOADER, 5520
11-20-01
Parts Section 5-12
TRACTOR MOUNT KIT - HYDRAULICS, LOADER, 5520
ITEM
PART NO.
QTY.
DESCRIPTION
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
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10
11
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14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
34064
34413
34414
34069
34408
6T3200
6T1823
34229
6T2625
22425
34075
34076
TF4852
34410
34082
34611
33554
34117
33555
21638
22016
21988
6T2665
21625
34115
34245
34246
*
*
*
1
1
1
1
1
8
24
2
2
2
1
1
2
1
1
1
2
1
1
2
2
1
1
2
1
1
1
REF
REF
REF
ADAPTER 1 1/4” X 1”
ADAPTER 1 1/4”MP X 1”
ADAPTER 1 1/4”ORB X 1 1/4”
BALL VALVE
ELBOW 1 1/4”ORB X 1 1/4”MJ
SPLIT HOSE
ZIP TIE 14” LONG
SPACER
LOCKWASHER 16MM
CAPSCREW 16MM X 60MM
CLAMP KIT 1 1/4”
CLAMP KIT 1”
FLANGE KIT
HOSE / TUBE 1 1/4” X 57”
HOSE 1” X 85”
HOSE / TUBE 1” X 60”
ELBOW 1” MORB X 1” MJIC45
ELBOW 1” MORB X 1” MJIC90
ADAPTER 1”MORB X 1”MJIC
CAPSCREW 3/8" X 3"
FLATWASHER 3/8"
LOCKWASHER 3/8"
STAR LOCKWASHER 3/8"
HEX NUT 3/8”
BRAKE VALVE ASY.
HOSE 1” X 82”
HOSE 1” X 90”
MAIN FRAME - REFER TO MAIN FRAME PARTS
HYDRAULIC TANK - REFER TO MAIN FRAME PARTS
HYDRAULIC PUMP - REFER TO MAIN FRAME PARTS
NOTE:
1. Band hoses together with zip ties wherever loose. Where hoses
may contact the frame or other edges, wrap with split hose and
secure with hose clamps or zip ties.
Parts Section 5-13
10-2-02
LIFT VALVE - 5520, CAB
Parts Section 5-14
12-10-01
LIFT VALVE - 5520, CAB
ITEM
PART NO.
QTY.
DESCRIPTION
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2
3
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13
14
15
16
17
18
21
22
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
30801
6T1251
31356
23865B
27401
33882
34243
6T4411
6T3017
6T3200
TB3440
34238
34237
34240
34241
34239
34242
32872
TB1095
TB1094
21631
21632
21630
21633
21627
22016
21988
21625
21986
21500
21542
21525
1
2
2
1
1
1
2
2
2
1
8"
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
2
1
3
3
2
7
7
5
4
2
3
VALVE 2 SPOOL
CABLE CONTROL BOX
CABLE CONTROL
CABLE CONTROL BRACKET
SINGLE SWITCH BOX
VALVE MOUNTING PLATE
SPACER 7/16”ID X 1” OD
CABLE CONTROL CLEVIS
ROLL PIN
SPLIT HOSE
TRIM LOCK
HOSE 1/4” X 86”
HOSE 1/4” X 90”
HOSE 1/2” X 63”
HOSE 1/2” X 29”
HOSE 1/2” X 40”
HOSE 1/2” X 37”
TEE SWIVEL
SWIVEL
SWIVEL
CAPSCREW 3/8" X 1 1/4"
CAPSCREW 3/8" X 1 1/2"
CAPSCREW 3/8" X 1"
CAPSCREW 3/8" X 1 3/4"
NYLOCK NUT 3/8"
FLATWASHER 3/8"
LOCKWASHER 3/8"
HEX NUT 3/8"
LOCKWASHER 1/4"
HEX NUT 1/4"NF
CAPSCREW 1/4" X 4"
HEX NUT 1/4"NC
Parts Section 5-15
12-10-01
LIFT VALVE - 2SP CAB REAR MTG 5520
Parts Section 5-16
11-20-01
LIFT VALVE - 2SP CAB REAR MTG 5520
ITEM
PART NO.
QTY.
DESCRIPTION
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
30801
6T1251
24943
23865B
27401
34267
34360
6T4411
6T3017
6T3200
TB3440
34400
33663
34240
34241
34350
34351
32872
TB1095
TB1094
27145
21631
21632
21635
21633
21627
22016
21988
21625
21986
21500
21542
21525
6T2491
6T2619
1
2
2
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
8"
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
4
3
2
2
3
8
8
5
4
3
3
1
1
VALVE 2 SPOOL
CABLE CONTROL BOX
CABLE CONTROL
CABLE CONTROL STAND
SINGLE SWITCH BOX
VALVE MOUNTING PLATE
VALVE MOUNTING STRAP
CABLE CONTROL CLEVIS
ROLL PIN
SPLIT HOSE
TRIM LOCK
HOSE 1/4” X 116”
HOSE 1/4” X 122
HOSE 1/2” X 63”
HOSE 1/2” X 29”
HOSE 1/2” X 45”
HOSE 1/2” X 55”
TEE SWIVEL
SWIVEL
SWIVEL
SWIVEL
CAPSCREW 3/8" X 1 1/4"
CAPSCREW 3/8" X 1 1/2"
CAPSCREW 3/8" X 2 1/4"
CAPSCREW 3/8" X 1 3/4"
NYLOCK NUT 3/8"
FLATWASHER 3/8"
LOCKWASHER 3/8"
HEX NUT 3/8"
LOCKWASHER 1/4"
HEX NUT 1/4"NF
CAPSCREW 1/4" X 4"
HEX NUT 1/4"
CAPSCREW 8MM X 30MM
LOCKWASHER 8MM
Parts Section 5-17
10-2-02
LIFT VALVE - 5520, WOC
Parts Section 5-18
12-10-01
LIFT VALVE - 5520, WOC
ITEM
PART NO.
QTY.
DESCRIPTION
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
30801
32208
TB1017L
6T3905N
34251
34250
34250
33746
6T3198
31171
33463
33383
33680
34249
21785
21992
21775
21631
21988
21625
27979
*
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
3
3
1
3
2
1
1
2
2
2
4
4
4
1
REF.
VALVE
VALVE STAND
LEVER ASSY.
SWITCH BOX
HOSE 1/4” X 40”
HOSE 1/4” X 70”
HOSE 1/4” X 70”
HOSE 1/2” x 109”
HOSE COVER
PIPE PLUG
ADAPTOR
SWIVEL
SWIVEL
SWIVEL
CAPSCREW - 5/8" X 2 1/2"
LOCKWASHER - 5/8"
HEX NUT - 5/8"
CAPSCREW - 3/8" X 1 1/4"
LOCKWASHER - 3/8"
HEX NUT - 3/8"
HOSE COVER TO COVER VALVE
MAIN FRAME - REFER TO MAIN FRAME PARTS
Parts Section 5-19
12-10-01
LIFT VALVE - 2SP WOC, LOADER, 5520
Parts Section 5-20
12-10-01
LIFT VALVE - 2SP WOC, LOADER, 5520
ITEM
PART NO.
QTY.
DESCRIPTION
1
2
3
4
6
7
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
24
25
26
27
30801
34407
TB1017L
27401
34251
34250
33746
6T3198
31171
33463
32678
33293
33383
21783
21992
21775
21631
21988
21625
27979
21530
21986
21525
*
1
1
4
1
1
2
3
8
1
3
1
1
2
2
2
2
4
4
4
1
1
1
1
REF.
VALVE 2 SPOOL
VALVE STAND
LEVER ASSY.
SWITCH BOX
HOSE 1/4” x 40”
HOSE 1/4” x 70”
HOSE 1/4” x 109”
HOSE COVER
PIPE PLUG
ADAPTER M22
ADAPTER 5/8” MORB X 1/2” M
ELBOW LONG 1/2” MORB
ELBOW 5/8” MORB X 1/2” M
CAPSCREW 5/8” X 2”
LOCKWASHER 5/8”
HEX NUT 5/8”
CAPSCREW - 3/8" X 1 1/4"
LOCKWASHER - 3/8"
HEX NUT - 3/8"
HOSE COVER TO COVER VALVE
CAPSCREW 1/4” X 1”
LOCKWASHER 1/4”
HEX NUT 1/4”
MAIN FRAME - REFER TO MAIN FRAME PARTS
Parts Section 5-21
12-10-01
STEEL CANOPY - OPTIONAL
ITEM
PART NO.
QTY.
DESCRIPTION
1
2
3
4
5
8
9
10
11
12
6T6902A
28053
31941
31942
30185A
21730
22018
21990
21725
21741
1
STEEL CANOPY
4.8'
TRIM LOCK
1
CANOPY BRACKET - LEFT HAND
1
CANOPY BRACKET - RIGHT HAND
4
CANOPY BRACKET - 2 INSIDE, 2 OUTSIDE OF R.O.P.S.
6
CAPSCREW - 1/2" X 1 1/4"
6
FLATWASHER - 1/2", WIDE
14
LOCKWASHER - 1/2"
14
HEX NUT - 1/2"
8
CAPSCREW - 1/2" X 4"
11-20-01
Parts Section 5-22
SOLENOID VALVE SWITCH AND WIRING
ITEM
PART NO.
QTY.
DESCRIPTION
1
2
3
4
5
6
34520
34325
6T3923
6T3924
6T3931
6T3934
PT3905A
AVAIL
1
1
1
OPT.
OPT.
1
SWITCH BOX ASY (COMPLETE)
SWITCH BOX
INDICATOR LIGHT
FUSE HOLDER
TEMPERATURE SENSOR
TEMPERATURE GAUGE
TOGGLE SWITCH
Parts Section 5-23
12-12-02
Parts Section 5-24
SIDE ROTARYCOMMON SECTION
COMMON
PARTS
SECTION
Side Rotary Common Section 6 - 1
TABLE OF CONTENTS
SECTION
ASSEMBLY
PAGE
CABLE LIFT ASSEMBLY
6-4
COMBO DRAFT BEAM
6-6
60” SIDE CABLE ROTARY MOWER ASSEMBLY
6-8
72” SIDE CABLE ROTARY MOWER ASSEMBLY
6-10
60” SIDE COMBO RTRY MOWER ASSEMBLY
6-12
60” SIDE ROTARY MOWER
6-14
60” SPINDLE AND SPACER
6-16
72” SIDE COMBO ROTARY MOWER ASSY
6-18
CHAIN GUARDS
6-20
SIDE ROTARY CASTER WHEEL ASSEMBLY
6-22
RESERVOIR TANK FILTER ASSEMBLY
6-24
MOWER SPINDLE ASSEMBLIES
6-26
HYDRAULIC LIFT CYLINDER
6-30
ROTARY KNIVES AND DISKS
6-32
CASTER WHEEL ASSEMBLY
6-33
ROTARY MOTORS
6-34
FRONT HYDRAULIC PUMP
6-36
TSR MOTOR
6-36
COOLER ASSEMBLY
6-38
2 SPOOL HUSCO VALVES
6-40
SOLENOID VALVE ASSEMBLY
6-52
SOLENOID BRAKE VALVE ASSEMBLY
6-53
BRAKE VALVE ASSEMBLY W/METRI PAK
6-54
SOLENOID BRAKE VALVE SCHEMATIC
6-55
TRAVEL LOCK LIFT BEAM
6-56
SIDE MOWER TRAVEL LOCK (COMBO)
6-57
SWITCHBOX SCHEMATIC
6-58
Side Rotary Common Section 6 - 2
PARTS ORDERING GUIDE
The following instructions are offered to help eliminate needless delay and error in
processing purchase orders for the equipment in this manual.
1. The Parts Section is prepared in logical sequence and grouping of parts that
belong to the basic machine featured in this manual. Part Numbers and
Descriptions are given to help locate the parts and quantities required.
2. The Purchase Order must indicate the Name and Address of the person or
organization ordering the parts, who should be charged, and if possible, the serial
number of the machine for which the parts are being ordered.
3. The purchase order must clearly list the quantity of each part, the complete
and correct part number, and the basic name of the part.
4. The manufacturer reserves the right to substitute parts where applicable.
5. Some parts may be unlisted items which are special production items not
normally stocked and are subject to special handling. Request a quotation for such
parts before sending a purchase order.
6. The manufacturer reserves the right to change prices without prior notice.
NOTE: When ordering replacement decals, refer to the part numbers and
descriptions listed in the safety section in the front of this manual.
For maximum safety and to guarantee optimum product reliability,
always use genuine Tiger replacement parts. The use of inferior
replacement parts may cause premature or catastrophic failure
which could result in serious injury or death.
Direct any questions regarding parts to:
Tiger Corporation
3301 N. Louise Ave.
Sioux Falls, SD 57107
1-800-843-6849
1-605-336-7900
Side Rotary Common Section 6 - 3
CABLE LIFT ASSEMBLY
Side Rotary Common Section 6 - 4
3-22-02
CABLE LIFT ASSEMBLY
ITEM
PART NO.
QTY.
DESCRIPTION
1
6T0103A
6T0103E
6T0103L
6T0105
6T0108
6T0150
6T0151R
6T0100
6T0101
33768
6T0110
6T0110E
6T0110L
6T0115
6T0112
6T2999
6T3001
6T3002
TB1033
6T3004
6T3010
6T3009
27849
6T2272
6T3211
21836
21688
21825
21675
22023
21989
6T0104N
21833
22021
21993
06537021
6T0106
6T4258
34396
34244
*
1
OPT.
OPT.
OPT.
OPT.
1
1
1
1
2
1
OPT.
OPT.
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
1
2
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
4
1
1
2
2
REF.
DRAFT BEAM (STD 25 LB, 45 3/8”)
DRAFT BEAM (EXTENDED 6” 4WD)
DRAFT BEAM (EXTENDED 15”)
DRAFT BEAM (STD WITH TRAVEL LOCK)
DRAFT BEAM (30 LB CHANNEL, 45 3/8”)
CYLINDER 3” X 18”
CYLINDER 3” X 10”
LOWER SHEAVE BRACKET
UPPER SHEAVE BRACKET
SHEAVE
LIFT CABLE (STD 1/2” X 87 1/2”)
LIFT CABLE (EXTENDED 6” 4WD)
LIFT CABLE (EXTENDED 15”)
TURN BUCKLE
SHACKLE WITH PIN
OUTER DRAFT BEAM PIN 1 1/2” X 14 1/2”
INNER DRAFT BEAM PIN 1 1/2” X 15 3/4”
CYLINDER PIN 1” X 7 5/8”
CLEVIS PIN 1” X 4”
R - CLIP 3/16”
UPPER SHEAVE PIN WITH ZERK 3/4” X 3”
LOWER SHEAVE PIN WITH ZERK 3/4” X 2 1/2”
ROLL PIN 3/16” X 1 3/4”
SET SCREW 3/8” X 1/2”
GREASE ZERK 1/8” STRAIGHT
CAPSCREW 3/4” X 3”
CAPSCREW 7/16” X 3 1/4”
HEX NUT 3/4”
HEX NUT 7/16”
FLAT WASHER 1”
LOCK WASHER 1/16”
SHEAVE PIN BUSHING 1” OD X 3/4” ID
CAPSCREW 3/4” X 2 1/4”
FLAT WASHER 3/4”
LOCK WASHER 3/4”
ROLL PIN
TRAVEL LOCK BRACKET
BREATHER 1/2”
RESTRICTOR
ELBOW FITTING 1/2”
MAIN FRAME REFER TO TRACTOR PARTS SECTION
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
37
Side Rotary Common Section 6 - 5
3-22-02
COMBO DRAFT BEAM
Side Rotary Common Section 6 - 6
3-22-02
COMBO DRAFT BEAM
ITEM
PART NO.
QTY.
DESCRIPTION
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
23
24
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
32143
6T0151R
32215
TF4500A
TF4507B
TF4506B
30126B
6T3001
TF4519
TB1033
06537021
6T3002A
6T3004
6T2614
TB3010
22847
22076
22077
6T3207
6T3211
6T4258
34244
34396
21688
21989
21675
21635
21988
21625
21831
21825
30781
*
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
2
3
6
1
2
2
8
2
1
1
5
3
1
3
3
3
3
3
2
2
2
1
1
1
REF
COMBO DRAFT BEAM - HEAVY DUTY
HYD. CYLINDER 3” X 10”
HYD. CYLINDER 3” X 12”
PIVOT ARM
RIGHT LINKAGE ARM
LEFT LINKAGE ARM
PIN, HEAD PIVOT
PIN, BEAM PIVOT
PIN, LINKAGE
PIN, CLEVIS
ROLLPIN
PIN, LIFT CYLINDER
R-CLIP HAIRPIN
FLATWASHER 1”
BUSHING 1”
BOSS, LINKAGE PIN
SPACER, HYD. CYLINDER 1/4”
SPACER, HYD. CYLINDER 5/16”
GREASE ZERK 1/4”
GREASE ZERK 1/8”
BREATHER 1/2”
ELBOW FITTING 1/2”
SWIVEL RESTRICTOR
CAPSCREW 7/16” X 3 1/4”
LOCKWASHER 7/16”
HEX NUT 7/16”
CAPSCREW 3/8” X 2 1/4”
LOCKWASHER 3/8”
HEX NUT 3/8”
CAPSCREW 3/4” X 1 3/4”
HEX NUT 3/4”
CYLINDER SPACER W/SET SCREW
REFER TO MAIN FRAME
NOTE:
ITEM 35 IS USED ON THE GLAND END OF ITEM 2 (AS NEEDED)
Side Rotary Common Section 6 - 7
3-22-02
60” SIDE CABLE ROTARY MOWER
Side Rotary Common Section 6 - 8
60” SIDE CABLE ROTARY MOWER
ITEM
PART NO.
1
32099
1
RTRY, 60" WELDMENT, 1/4" DECK
21225B
1
RTRY, 72” WELDMENT, 1/4” DECK
22592
1
FLAP, DEFLECTOR, TM60
6T0823
1
BAR, FLAP, TM60
6T0822
2
SHIM, MOTOR MOUNT, 14GA. (AS NEEDED)
6T0822A
2
SHIM, MOTOR MOUNT, 18 GA. (AS NEEDED)
6T1001
1
BRKT, MOTOR MTG, 60"SIDE RTRY
06504011
1
CURRENT MOTOR,(M365-2 1/4" GEAR)
23172
1
ORIGINAL MOTOR,(M365-2 1/4" GEAR)
6T1024H5
1
SPINDLE ASSY,CPLT,HD,5/8 HOLES
21223
1
SPROKET, 1-1/4" BORE
6T1033
1
COVER, COUPLING
SEE NEW ROTARY KNIVES AND DISKS PAGE
SEE NEW ROTARY KNIVES AND DISKS PAGE
SEE NEW ROTARY KNIVES AND DISKS PAGE
SEE NEW ROTARY KNIVES AND DISKS PAGE
SEE NEW ROTARY KNIVES AND DISKS PAGE
SEE NEW ROTARY KNIVES AND DISKS PAGE
6T0820H
2
SKID SHOE, TM60, HEAVY DUTY
6T2270
10
PLOW BOLT,3/8" X 1" NC
22016
29
FLATWASHER,3/8"
21625
29
HEX NUT,3/8",NC
21745
1
CAPSCREW, 1/2 x 7,NC
21727
1
NYLOCK NUT, 1/2
27005
1
SPRING, PUSHOFF, SIDE RTRY
22018
1
FLATWASHER,1/2",WIDE
33655
2
PLATE,GAURD,SAFETY,FRONT, RTRY
33656
1
PLATE,GUARD,SAFETY,REAR,RTRY
6T2267
9
CARRIAGE BOLT, 1/2" x 2" NF, GR8
21725
13
HEX NUT, 1/2" NC
21990
13
LOCKWASHER, 1/2"
21733
4
CAPSCREW, 1/2 x 2,NC
25270
8
FLATWASHER,5/8", GR 8
21992
10
LOCKWASHER, 5/8
21775
4
HEX NUT, 5/8
21783
4
CAPSCREW, 5/8 x 2,NC
6T2290
6
CAPSCREW,5/8x2,NF GR 8
21631
11
CAPSCREW, 3/8" x 1-1/4" NC
6T2277
6
CAPSCREW, 3/4" x 2" NF
21993
6
LOCKWASHER,3/4",GR 8
6T2413
6
HEX NUT,3/4,NF,GR 8
6T1029
1
CHAIN, COUPLING
21988
8
LOCKWASHER, 3/8"
21632
8
CAPSCREW,3/8" X 1-1/2" NC
31773
1
GAURD,CHAIN,FRONT,SR60
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
14A
*
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
QTY.
DESCRIPTION
Side Rotary Common Section 6 - 9
72” SIDE CABLE ROTARY MOWER
Side Rotary Common Section 6 - 10
72” SIDE CABLE ROTARY MOWER
ITEM
PART NO.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
21225B
1
RTRY, 72” WELDMENT, 1/4” DECK
21295B
1
FLAP, DEFLECTOR, TM72
21242A
1
BAR, FLAP, TM72
6T0822
2
SHIM, MOTOR MOUNT, 14GA. (AS NEEDED)
6T0822A
2
SHIM, MOTOR MOUNT, 18 GA. (AS NEEDED)
6T1001
1
BRKT, MOTOR MTG, 60"SIDE RTRY
06504018
1
CURRENT MOTOR,(M365-2 1/2" GEAR)
21222
1
ORIGINAL MOTOR,(M365-2 1/2" GEAR)
6T1024H5
1
SPINDLE ASSY,CPLT,HD,5/8 HOLES
21223
1
SPROKET, 1-1/4" BORE
6T1033
1
COVER, COUPLING
SEE NEW ROTARY KNIVES AND DISKS PAGE
SEE NEW ROTARY KNIVES AND DISKS PAGE
SEE NEW ROTARY KNIVES AND DISKS PAGE
SEE NEW ROTARY KNIVES AND DISKS PAGE
SEE NEW ROTARY KNIVES AND DISKS PAGE
21248
2
SKID SHOE, TM72
6T2270
10
PLOW BOLT,3/8" X 1" NC
22016
29
FLATWASHER,3/8"
21625
29
HEX NUT,3/8",NC
21745
1
CAPSCREW, 1/2 x 7,NC
21727
1
NYLOCK NUT, 1/2
27005
1
SPRING, PUSHOFF, SIDE RTRY
22018
1
FLATWASHER,1/2",WIDE
33655
2
PLATE,GAURD,SAFETY,FRONT, RTRY
33656
1
PLATE,GUARD,SAFETY,REAR,RTRY
6T2267
9
CARRIAGE BOLT, 1/2" x 2" NF, GR8
21725
13
HEX NUT, 1/2" NC
21990
13
LOCKWASHER, 1/2"
21733
4
CAPSCREW, 1/2 x 2,NC
25270
8
FLATWASHER,5/8", GR 8
21992
10
LOCKWASHER, 5/8
21775
4
HEX NUT, 5/8
21783
4
CAPSCREW, 5/8 x 2,NC
6T2290
6
CAPSCREW,5/8x2,NF GR 8
21631
11
CAPSCREW, 3/8" x 1-1/4" NC
6T2277
6
CAPSCREW, 3/4" x 2" NF
21993
6
LOCKWASHER,3/4",GR 8
6T2413
6
HEX NUT,3/4,NF,GR 8
6T1029
1
CHAIN, COUPLING
21988
8
LOCKWASHER, 3/8"
21632
8
CAPSCREW,3/8" X 1-1/2" NC
31931
1
GAURD,CHAIN,FRONT,SR72
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
*
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
QTY.
DESCRIPTION
Side Rotary Common Section 6 - 11
60” SIDE COMBO ROTARY MOWER
Side Rotary Common Section 6 - 12
60” SIDE COMBO ROTARY MOWER
ITEM
PART NO.
1
32617
1
RTRY, 60" DECK, COMBO - SDT DUTY
30188D
1
RTRY, 60” DECK, COMBO - HEAVY DUTY
31773
1
GAURD,CHAIN,FRONT,SR60
6T1001
1
BRKT, MOTOR MTG, 60"SIDE RTRY
6T0820H
2
SKID SHOE, TM60, HEAVY DUTY
22592
1
FLAP, DEFLECTOR, TM60
6T0823
1
BAR, FLAP, TM60
6T1024H5
1
SPINDLE ASSY,CPLT,HD,5/8 HOLES
6T2290
6
CAPSCREW,5/8x2,NF GR 8
21223
1
SPROKET, 1-1/4" BORE
6T2277
6
CAPSCREW, 3/4" x 2" NF
21993
6
LOCKWASHER,3/4",GR 8
6T2413
6
HEX NUT,3/4,NF,GR 8
6T2270
10
PLOW BOLT,3/8" X 1" NC
22016
29
FLATWASHER,3/8"
21625
29
HEX NUT,3/8",NC
21631
11
CAPSCREW, 3/8" x 1-1/4" NC
21783
4
CAPSCREW, 5/8 x 2,NC
21992
10
LOCKWASHER, 5/8
21775
4
HEX NUT, 5/8
25270
8
FLATWASHER,5/8", GR 8
6T0822
2
SHIM, MOTOR MOUNT, 14GA. (AS NEEDED)
6T0822A
2
SHIM, MOTOR MOUNT, 18 GA. (AS NEEDED)
06504011
1
CURRENT MOTOR,(M365-2 1/4" GEAR)
23172
1
ORIGINAL MOTOR,(M365-2 1/4" GEAR)
6T1029
1
CHAIN, COUPLING
6T1033
1
COVER, COUPLING
21733
4
CAPSCREW, 1/2 x 2,NC
21990
13
LOCKWASHER, 1/2"
21725
13
HEX NUT, 1/2" NC
SEE OLD ROTARY KNIVES AND DISKS PAGE
SEE OLD ROTARY KNIVES AND DISKS PAGE
SEE OLD ROTARY KNIVES AND DISKS PAGE
SEE OLD ROTARY KNIVES AND DISKS PAGE
21632
8
CAPSCREW,3/8" X 1-1/2" NC
21988
8
LOCKWASHER, 3/8"
33656
1
PLATE,GUARD,SAFETY,REAR,RTRY
6T2267
9
CARRIAGE BOLT, 1/2" x 2" NF, GR8
33655
2
PLATE,GAURD,SAFETY,FRONT, RTRY
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
QTY.
DESCRIPTION
Side Rotary Common Section 6 - 13
60” SIDE ROTARY MOWER
Side Rotary Common Section 6 - 14
8/26/05
60” SIDE ROTARY MOWER
ITEM
PART NO.
QTY.
DESCRIPTION
34975
1
HEAVY DUTY GRASSKAT COMBO
06320005
1
STD DUTY GRASSKAT COMBO
06320008
1
HEAVY DUTY GRASSKAT CABLE
2
34980
1
SPINDLE ASSY,TM 60"
3
06504016
1
CURRENT MOTOR,(M365-1 1/4" 14-SPLINE)
34981
1
ORIGINAL MOTOR,(M365-1 1/4" 14-SPLINE)
4
06410254
2
SKID,OUTBOARD,TM60
5
22992
*156
CHAIN,10 LINK
6
6T2270
14
PLOW BOLT,3/8" X 1" NC
7
22016
*26
FLATWASHER,3/8"
8
21625
*30
HEX NUT,3/8",NC
10
6T1025
4
CAPSCREW, 1/2 x 2,GR 8,NC
10A
06533006
4
FLATWASHER,1/2,SAE,GR 8
11
21990
*8
LOCKWASHER, 1/2"
12
34972
*4
PLATE,CAP,CHAIN
13
21631
*16
CAPSCREW, 3/8 x 1-1/4,NC
14
34974
*2
ROD,CHAIN,INNER,TM60
15
34973
*2
ROD,CHAIN,OUTER,TM60
16 - 20 SEE NEW ROTARY KNIVES AND DISKS PAGE
21
21988
*16
LOCKWASHER, 3/8"
6T2290
6
CAPSCREW, 5/8x 1-3/4 (NOT SHOWN)
22
23
21575
*25
HEX NUT, 5/16”,NC
24
21580
*25
CAPSCREW, 5/16” x 1” NC
25
21987
*25
LOCKWASHER, 5/16”
26
22015
*25
FLATWASHER, 5/16”
27
06520084
*2
ROTARY SIDE FLAP
28
06370029
1
TIRE GUARD, LEFT
29
06370030
*1
TIRE GUARD, RIGHT
30
21731
*4
CAPSCREW, 1/2” x 1-1/2” NC
31
21732
*4
CAPSCREW, 1/2” x 1-3/4” NC
32
21725
*8
HEX NUT, 1/2”,NC
33
22018
*8
FLATWASHER, 1/2”,WIDE
34
06520085
*1
ROTARY CENTER FLAP
35
06400207
*3
ROTARY FLAP STRAP
36
06410207
*1
FLAP MOUNT, RIGHT
37
06410206
*1
FLAP MOUNT, LEFT
38
06410208
*1
FLAP MOUNT, CENTER
CABLE LIFT HEAD ONLY
39
21745
1
NYLOCK NUT, 1/2
40
21727
1
SPRING, PUSHOFF, SIDE RTRY
41
27005
1
CAPSCREW, 1/2 x 7,NC
42
22018
1
FLATWASHER,1/2",WIDE
OPTIONAL SQUARE FLAP
43
06410946
1
MNT,FLAP,LH,EXT,TSR
44
06410947
1
MNT,FLAP,RH,EXT,TSR
45
06410948
1
COVER,FLAP,EXT,TSR
46
06401184
2
STRAP,FLAP,EXT,TSR
47
06520331
2
FLAP,EXT,TSR
48
21580
6
CAPSCREW,5/16 X 1 NC
49
22015
12
FLATWASHER,5/16
50
21575
6
HEX NUT, 5/16,NC
51
21632
10
CAPSCREW,3/8" X 1-1/2" NC
52
22016
20
FLATWASHER,3/8",GR8
53
21625
10
HEX NUT,3/8",NC
1
* QUANTITY VARIES - REAR CHAIN GUARD & REAR FLAP GUARD IS OPTIONAL.
STANDARD UNIT COMES WITH FRONT CHAINS AND LEFT TIRE GUARD
Side Rotary Common Section 6 - 15
8/26/05
60” SIDE ROTARY SPINDLE AND SPACER
Side Rotary Common Section 6 - 16
60” SIDE ROTARY SPINDLE AND SPACER
ITEM
PART NO.
1
34975
1
HEAVY DUTY GRASSKAT COMBO
06320005
1
STD DUTY GRASSKAT COMBO
06320008
1
HEAVY DUTY GRASSKAT CABLE
34980
1
SPINDLE ASSY,TM 60"
06320011
2
SPACER,TSR,SPINDLE
06533004
8
FLATWASHER,1/2,SAE,GR 8
06530221
8
CAPSCREW, 1/2 x 2-1/4,NF GR 8
25270
6
FLATWASHER,5/8,USS,GR8
6T2290
6
CAPSCREW,5/8 x 2,NF GR8
SEE NEW ROTARY KNIVES AND DISKS PAGE
SEE NEW ROTARY KNIVES AND DISKS PAGE
SEE NEW ROTARY KNIVES AND DISKS PAGE
SEE NEW ROTARY KNIVES AND DISKS PAGE
SEE NEW ROTARY KNIVES AND DISKS PAGE
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
QTY.
DESCRIPTION
Side Rotary Common Section 6 - 17
72” SIDE COMBO ROTARY MOWER
Side Rotary Common Section 6 - 18
72” SIDE COMBO ROTARY MOWER
ITEM
PART NO.
1
34260
1
RTRY, 72" DECK, COMBO - SDT DUTY
31408A
1
RTRY, 72” DECK, COMBO - HEAVY DUTY
31931
1
GAURD,CHAIN,FRONT,SR60
6T1001
1
BRKT, MOTOR MTG, 60"SIDE RTRY
21248
2
SKID SHOE, TM72
21295B
1
FLAP, DEFLECTOR, TM72
21242A
1
BAR, FLAP, TM72
6T1024H5
1
SPINDLE ASSY,CPLT,HD,5/8 HOLES
6T2290
6
CAPSCREW,5/8x2,NF GR 8
21223
1
SPROKET, 1-1/4" BORE
6T2277
6
CAPSCREW, 3/4" x 2" NF
21993
6
LOCKWASHER,3/4",GR 8
6T2413
6
HEX NUT,3/4,NF,GR 8
6T2270
10
PLOW BOLT,3/8" X 1" NC
22016
29
FLATWASHER,3/8"
21625
29
HEX NUT,3/8",NC
21631
11
CAPSCREW, 3/8" x 1-1/4" NC
21783
4
CAPSCREW, 5/8 x 2,NC
21992
10
LOCKWASHER, 5/8
21775
4
HEX NUT, 5/8
25270
8
FLATWASHER,5/8", GR 8
6T0822
2
SHIM, MOTOR MOUNT, 14GA. (AS NEEDED)
6T0822A
2
SHIM, MOTOR MOUNT, 18 GA. (AS NEEDED)
06504018
1
CURRENT MOTOR,(M365-2 1/2" GEAR)
21222
1
ORIGINAL MOTOR,(M365-2 1/2" GEAR)
6T1029
1
CHAIN, COUPLING
6T1033
1
COVER, COUPLING
21733
4
CAPSCREW, 1/2 x 2,NC
21990
13
LOCKWASHER, 1/2"
21725
13
HEX NUT, 1/2" NC
SEE NEW ROTARY KNIVES AND DISKS PAGE
SEE NEW ROTARY KNIVES AND DISKS PAGE
SEE NEW ROTARY KNIVES AND DISKS PAGE
SEE NEW ROTARY KNIVES AND DISKS PAGE
SEE NEW ROTARY KNIVES AND DISKS PAGE
21632
8
CAPSCREW,3/8" X 1-1/2" NC
21988
8
LOCKWASHER, 3/8"
33656
1
PLATE,GUARD,SAFETY,REAR,RTRY
6T2267
9
CARRIAGE BOLT, 1/2" x 2" NF, GR8
33655
2
PLATE,GAURD,SAFETY,FRONT, RTRY
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
QTY.
DESCRIPTION
Side Rotary Common Section 6 - 19
CHAIN GUARDS
Side Rotary Common Section 6 - 20
SIDE ROTARY CHAIN GUARDS
60” SIDE ROTARY
ITEM
PART NO.
QTY.
DESCRIPTION
1
2
3
**
31773
31762
28407
22993
28408
STD.
1
12’
77
4
GAURD,CHAIN,SR60,FRONT ASSY
GUARD,CHAIN,TM60,FRONT
CABLE, 5/16”, BULK
CHAIN, 5/16” GR30, 9 LINK
U-BOLT, CABLE, 5/16”
** NOT SHOWN
72” SIDE ROTARY
ITEM
PART NO.
QTY.
DESCRIPTION
1
2
3
**
31931
31863
28407
22993
28408
STD.
1
14’
91
4
GAURD,CHAIN,SR72,FRONT ASSY
GUARD,CHAIN,TM72,FRONT
CABLE, 5/16”, BULK
CHAIN, 5/16” GR30, 9 LINK
U-BOLT, CABLE, 5/16”
** NOT SHOWN
Side Rotary Common Section 6 - 21
SIDE ROTARY CASTER WHEEL ASSEMBLY
Side Rotary Common Section 6 - 22
SIDE ROTARY CASTER WHEEL ASSEMBLY
ITEM
PART NO.
QTY.
DESCRIPTION
1
2
3
4
**
**
**
**
**
**
**
**
**
**
**
**
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
25214C
22057C
6T2617
28548
22065
22066
22070
22071
22073
22533
6T0830
6T0838
23329
21416
22697
22696
6T3014
21925
22023
22753
22058
22059B
21775
21992
21782
22060
TF1143
TB3010
31460
6T3207
6T3211
21441
21442
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
5
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
5
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
2
1
2
2
FRAME,CASTER,WHL,TM60,W/O CG
SPINDLE, CASTER AXLE, ASSY
BUSHING,MACH,1-1/2IDX 2-1/4OD
CASTER WHEEL, SOLID TIRE
HUB ASSY, REAR ROTARY
HUB, CASTER (REAR ROTARY)
DUST CAP
HUB STUD
HEX NUT, 1”NF (SLOTTED)
COTTER PIN, 3/16” x 2”
BEARING, CONE, CASTER WHEEL
SEAL
WHEEL, CPLT, SOLID TIRE
TIRE, SOLID, RR-RTRY
RIM, OUTER/RR RTRY CASTER
RIM, REAR ROTARY CASTER
ROLL PIN, 1/4" x 2"
HEX NUT,1" NC
FLATWASHER,1"
TUBE, PROTECTOR
SPRING, REAR RTRY
ADJ ROD, TRR
HEX NUT, 5/8
LOCKWASHER, 5/8
CAPSCREW, 5/8 x 1 3/4,NC
CASTER FRAME PIN
PIN, LYNCH, 7/16" x 2"
BUSHING,1"
RTRY,60" CPLT-HP,T3F,W/FRT CG
GREASE ZERK,1/4" X STR
GREASE ZERK,1/8" X STR
CASTER FRAME ANCHOR GUSSET
CASTER FRAME ANCHOR GUSSET
NOTE: CASTER WHEEL ASSEMBLY IS BROKEN DOWN LATER IN THE MANUAL
Side Rotary Common Section 6 - 23
RESERVOIR TANK FILTER ASSEMBLY
Side Rotary Common Section 6 - 24
RESERVOIR TANK FILTER ASSEMBLY
ITEM
PART NO.
QTY.
DESCRIPTION
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
06505044
28583
06505045
06505046
06505047
06505048
35259
06505049
AVAIL
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
FILTER ASSY SAE 10 MICRON
CAPSCREW,8MMX25MM(1.25 PITCH)
COVER
SEAL KIT
SPRING
BYPASS
FILTER,10 MIC,RETURN LINE
CAN/BODY
Side Rotary Common Section 6 - 25
MOWER SPINDLE ASSEMBLY - 6T1024H5
Side Rotary Common Section 6 - 26
MOWER SPINDLE ASSEMBLY - 6T1024H5
ITEM
PART NO.
QTY.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
*
6T1024H5
AVAIL
6T1031
1
6T1016
1
22596
1
6T1015
1
6T1014
1
6T1011
1
6T1012
1
6T1013
1
6T1010H
1
30570
1
33990
1
6T1013H
1
6T1012H
1
6T1011H
1
6T1019
1
PT1018H-5
1
06503064
1
31771
AVAIL
DESCRIPTION
SPINDLE ASSEMBLY COMPLETE
SPROCKET
BEARING LOCK NUT - THICK
JAM WASHER
BEARING ADJUSTMENT NUT - THIN
BEARING ADJUSTMENT SLEEVE
UPPER SEAL - SET OF 2
BEARING CONE
BEARING CUP
SPINDLE HOUSING
FITTING STREET ELBOW
GREASE ZERK
BEARING CUP
BEARING CONE
LOWER SEAL
SPINDLE KEY
SPINDLE
O-RING PLUG, 1/8”
SPINDLE REBUILD KIT (INCLUDE
ITEMS 2 THRU 8 AND 12 THRU 15)
Side Rotary Common Section 6 - 27
MOWER SPINDLE ASSEMBLY - 34980
Side Rotary Common Section 6 - 28
MOWER SPINDLE ASSEMBLY - 34980
ITEM
PART NO.
QTY.
DESCRIPTION
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
13
14
15
34978
34979
6T1013
6T1012
6T1011
6T1014
6T1013H
6T1012H
6T1011H
34985
6T2275
34988
6T3207
06503064
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
SPINDLE MOUNT
SPINDLE,TM60",NEW
BEARING CUP
BEARING,CONE
SEAL,UPPER (SET OF 2)
SLEEVE,ADJ BEARING
BEARING CUP,HD
BEARING,CONE,HD
SEAL,LOWER (HD)
NUT W/SETSCREW
SETSCREW,5/16x1/2,NC
RELIEF,1PSI,1/8NPT
ZERK,1/4" x STR
O-RING PLUG, 1/8”
Side Rotary Common Section 6 - 29
HYDRAULIC LIFT CYLINDER
Side Rotary Common Section 6 - 30
HYDRAULIC LIFT CYLINDER
3” X 10” CYLINDER
ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
PART NO.
6T0167
6T0170
6T0178
6T0164
6T0161
6T0173
6T0179
6T0176
6T0187
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
QTY.
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
AVAIL
2
2
1
2
1
1
1
3” X 12” CYLINDER
ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
PART NO.
6T0167
6T0170
6T0178
6T0204
6T0203
6T0173
6T0179
6T0205
6T0187
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
QTY.
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
AVAIL
2
2
1
2
1
1
1
3” X 18” CYLINDER
ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
PART NO.
6T0167
6T0170
6T0178
6T0165
6T0162
6T0173
6T0179
6T0177
6T0187
# 6T0151R
DESCRIPTION
CYLINDER BUTT
CYLINDER GLAND
CLEVIS END
CYLINDER TUBE
PISTON ROD
PISTON
LOCKNUT
TIE ROD ASY
SEAL KIT
O - RING
BACK - UP WASHER
O - RING
BACK - UP WASHER
O - RING
U - CUP
WIPER
# 32215
DESCRIPTION
CYLINDER BUTT
CYLINDER GLAND
CLEVIS END
CYLINDER TUBE
PISTON ROD
PISTON
LOCKNUT
TIE ROD ASY
SEAL KIT
O - RING
BACK - UP WASHER
O - RING
BACK - UP WASHER
O - RING
U - CUP
WIPER
# 6T0150
QTY.
DESCRIPTION
1
CYLINDER BUTT
1
CYLINDER GLAND
1
CLEVIS END
1
CYLINDER TUBE
1
PISTON ROD
1
PISTON
1
LOCKNUT
1
TIE ROD ASY
AVAIL
SEAL KIT
2
O - RING
2
BACK - UP WASHER
1
O - RING
2
BACK - UP WASHER
1
O - RING
1
U - CUP
1
WIPER
Side Rotary Common Section 6 - 31
ROTARY KNIVES AND DISKS
ITEM
PART NO.
QTY.
DESCRIPTION
1
2
3
4
5
5A
6
7
8
*
*
*
34876
6T1023R
34878
34497
34685
34684
34682
25270
6T2290
6T1825
27167
06700002
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
6
6
*
AVAIL
AVAIL
BLADE MOUNTING DISK
NYLOCK HEX NUT 1 1/8”
SPACER
KNIFE MOUNTING BOLT
KNIFE,60" HIGH SUCTION - STANDARD
KNIFE,60" - OPTIONAL
KNIFE 72” - MOUNT ON 72” MOWER ONLY
FLATWASHER,5/8,USS,GR8
CAPSCREW,5/8 x 2
LOCTITE - USED ON ALL DISK MOUNTING BOLTS
BOLT KIT (INCLUDE ITEMS 7 & 8)
KIT,60/72,DISK,KNF MTG (INCLUDE ITEM 1, 3,7 & 8)
Side Rotary Common Section 6 - 32
CASTER WHEEL ASSEMBLY
ITEM
PART NO.
QTY.
DESCRIPTION
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
21459
21987
21575
28548
22697-1
21416
22696-1
22070
22533
6T0836
22073
22071
22066-1
1
5
5
5
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
5
1
SPINDLE, CASTER WHEEL AXLE
LOCKWASHER, 5/16”
HEX NUT, 5/16”
CAPSCREW, 5/16” x 3/4”, NC
RIM, OUTER/RR RTRY CASTER ASSY
TIRE,SOLID,RR-RTRY
RIM,REAR ROTARY CASTER
DUST CAP
COTTER PIN, 3/16” X 2”
CUP, CASTER WHEEL
HEX NUT,1NF(SLOTTED JAM NUT)
HUB STUD
HUB CASTER (REAR ROTARY)
Side Rotary Common Section 6 - 33
ROTARY MOTOR
Side Rotary Common Section 6 - 34
ROTARY MOTOR
ITEM
*
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
60” ROTARY MOTOR
PART NO.
06504011
06504103
22790
06504088
06504062
06504090
06504104
06504078
06504092
06504093
06504094
06504095
02961940
02962200
06504096
6T5101
06504097
22797
06504098
06504099
06504100
06504101
6T5809
06504102
QTY.
AVAIL
1
1
1
1
1
4
2
1
4
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
2
4
4
2
1
2
4
DESCRIPTION
MOTOR
SEAL KIT
HOUSING, SEC
HOUSING, PEC
HOUSING, GEAR
SET, GEAR SHAFT
CAP SCREW
SCREW, DRIVE
KEY
PIN, DOWEL
NAME PLATE
THRPL
PLUG, ODT
RING, SNAP
O RING
SEAL, LIP
SEAL, LIP
SEAL, SQ-R
SEAL, SIDE CHAN
SEAL, END CHAN
SEAL, BK-UP
RTNR, SEAL
CHECK ASS’Y
WASHER
72” ROTARY MOTOR
PART NO.
06504018
06504103
22790
06504088
06504062
06504105
06504106
06504078
06504092
06504093
06504094
06504095
02961940
02962200
06504096
6T5101
06504097
22797
06504098
06504099
06504100
06504101
6T5809
06504102
QTY.
1
1
1
1
1
4
2
1
4
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
2
4
4
2
1
2
4
DESCRIPTION
MOTOR
SEAL KIT
HOUSING, SEC
HOUSING, SEC
HOUSING, GEAR
SET, GEAR SHAFT
CAP SCREW
SCREW, DRIVE
KEY
PIN, DOWEL
NAME PLATE
THRPL
PLUG, ODT
RING, SNAP
O RING
SEAL, LIP
SEAL, LIP
SEAL, SQ-R
SEAL, SIDE CHAN
SEAL, END CHAN
SEAL, BK-UP
RTNR, SEAL
CHECK ASS’Y
WASHER
Side Rotary Common Section 6 - 35
HYDRO PUMP & TSR MOTOR
FRONT PUMP
TSR MOTOR
Side Rotary Common Section 6 - 36
HYDRO PUMP & TSR MOTOR
FRONT HYDRAULIC PUMP
ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
PART NO.
23152
22765
22766
22767
22768
22769
22770
22771
22772
22773
22774
22779
23824
22781
6T5322
24150
QTY.
AVAIL
1
1
2
2
2
2
SET
2
4
1
1
4
SET
AVAIL
AVAIL
DESCRIPTION
PUMP ASSEMBLY 1 3/4” COMPLETE
SEAL (INCLUDED IN SEAL KIT)
SHAFT END COVER
CHECK AND END COVER
BUSHING
CHANNEL SEAL (INCLUDED IN SEAL KIT)
THRUST PLATE (INCLUDED IN SEAL KIT)
DRIVE SHAFT AND GEAR SET 1 3/4”
GASKET SEAL (INCLUDED IN SEAL KIT)
DOWEL PINS
GEAR HOUSING 1 3/4”
PORT END COVER
STUDS
WASHER
SEAL APPLICATOR TOOL
SEAL KIT (INCLUDES 1, 5, 6 AND 8)
TSR MOTOR
ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
PART NO.
06504016
22790
06504088
06504111
06504110
06504104
06504078
06504093
06504094
06504095
02961940
6T5200
06504097
22797
06504098
06504099
06504100
06504112
06504113
6T5809
06504102
QTY.
AVAIL
1
1
1
1
4
2
4
1
2
1
1
1
2
4
4
2
1
1
2
4
DESCRIPTION
MOTOR(M365-1 1/4SPLINE),SEALED
HOUSING, SEC
HOUSING, PEC
HOUSING, GEAR
SET, GEAR SHAFT
CAP SCREW
SCREW, DRIVE
PIN, DOWEL
NAME PLATE
THRPL
PLUG, ODT (0.25)
RING, SNAP
SEAL, LIP
SEAL, SQ-R
SEAL, SIDE CHAN
SEAL, END CHAN
SEAL, BK-UP
SPACER
RTNR, SEAL
CHECK ASS’Y
WASHER
Side Rotary Common Section 6 - 37
SIDE COOLER
Side Rotary Common Section 6 - 38
SIDE COOLER
ITEM
PART NO.
QTY.
DESCRIPTION
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
21530
21986
22014
35176
06370015
06380006
06380007
06510026
21629
21988
22016
34117
10
10
10
10
1
1
1
1
4
4
4
2
CAPSCREW,1/4 X1 NC
LOCKWASHER,1/4
FLATWASHER,1/4
1/4 U-NUT
SCREEN,COOLER,FRNT
MNT,COOLER,BUMPER TANK,RH
MNT,COOLER,BUMPER TANK,LH
COOLER,FRONT MNT
CAPSCREW,3/8 X 3/4 NC
LOCKWASHER,3/8
FLATWASHER,3/8
ELBOW,1MOR X 1MJ90,FORGED
Side Rotary Common Section 6 - 39
2SP HUSCO - POWER BEYOND (30801)
Side Rotary Common Section 6 - 40
2SP HUSCO - POWER BEYOND (30801)
ITEM
PART NO. QTY
DESCRIPTION
1
2
3
4
TB1017S
TB1702
TB1017P
06502091
1
1
1
1
5
6
7
8
9
10
N/A
N/A
TB1017M
TB1017E
TB1017M
N/A
1
1
1
-
INLET END COVER
END COVER, POWER BEYOND
VALVE SECTION (SINGLE ACTING, SPRING DETENT)
VALVE SECTION (DOUBLE ACTING, CENTER SPRING)
(NO AUX VALVE PORTS)
N/A
N/A
SHUT-OFF PLUG
RELIEF VALVE, 2250 PSI
SHUT-OFF PLUG
N/A
TB1017A
2
2
2
1
1
1
VALVE SEAL KIT (FOR ONE SECTION)
WIPER
O-RING SMALL
O-RING LARGE
SPRING
PUCKET
TB1017L
2
1
1
2
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
LEVER KIT (FOR ONE SECTION)
LEVER KNOB
LEVER
LEVER WASHER
LEVER CLIP
LINKAGE
LEVER PIN
ROLL PIN
LEVER BOOT
LEVER BOLT
LEVER DUST COVER
LEVER NUT
TB1017X
24214
1
1
TIE ROD KIT
O-RING, LARGE
11
11A
11B
11C
11D
11E
12
12A
12B
12C
12D
12E
12F
12G
12H
12J
12K
12L
13
14
Side Rotary Common Section 6 - 41
2 SP HUSCO - LOAD SENSE (31320)
Side Rotary Common Section 6 - 42
2 SP HUSCO - LOAD SENSE (31320)
ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
PART NO. QTY
DESCRIPTION
31595
31594
31597
31597
06503067
06503067
N/A
6T4209
31862
31862
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
INLET END COVER
END COVER, LOAD SENSE
VALVE SECTION (DOUBLE ACTING, CENTER SPRING)
VALVE SECTION (DOUBLE ACTING, CENTER SPRING)
RELIEF PLUG
RELIEF PLUG
N/A
RELIEF PLUG
RELIEF VALVE, 2175 PSI
RELIEF VALVE, 2175 PSI
31593
2
2
2
1
1
1
VALVE SEAL KIT (FOR ONE SECTION)
WIPER
O-RING SMALL
O-RING LARGE
SHUTTLE DISC
SPRING
TB1017L
2
1
1
2
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
LEVER KIT (FOR ONE SECTION)
LEVER KNOB
LEVER
LEVER WASHER
LEVER CLIP
LINKAGE
LEVER PIN
ROLL PIN
LEVER BOOT
LEVER BOLT
LEVER DUST COVER
LEVER NUT
31603
TB1017X
24214
2
1
1
COMPENSATOR
TIE ROD KIT
O-RING, LARGE
11A
11B
11C
11D
11E
12
12A
12B
12C
12D
12E
12F
12G
12H
12J
12K
12L
13
14
15
Side Rotary Common Section 6 - 43
2 SP HUSCO - LOAD SENSE (31321)
Side Rotary Common Section 6 - 44
2 SP HUSCO - LOAD SENSE (31321)
ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
PART NO. QTY
DESCRIPTION
31595
31594
31597
31597
06503067
31861
N/A
6T4209
31862
31862
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
INLET END COVER
END COVER, LOAD SENSE
VALVE SECTION (DOUBLE ACTING, CENTER SPRING)
VALVE SECTION (DOUBLE ACTING, CENTER SPRING)
RELIEF PLUG
RELIEF VALVE, 360 PSI
N/A
RELIEF PLUG
RELIEF VALVE, 2175 PSI
RELIEF VALVE, 2175 PSI
31593
2
2
2
1
1
1
VALVE SEAL KIT (FOR ONE SECTION)
WIPER
O-RING SMALL
O-RING LARGE
SHUTTLE DISC
SPRING
TB1017L
2
1
1
2
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
LEVER KIT (FOR ONE SECTION)
LEVER KNOB
LEVER
LEVER WASHER
LEVER CLIP
LINKAGE
LEVER PIN
ROLL PIN
LEVER BOOT
LEVER BOLT
LEVER DUST COVER
LEVER NUT
31603
TB1017X
24214
2
1
1
COMPENSATOR
TIE ROD KIT
O-RING, LARGE
11A
11B
11C
11D
11E
12
12A
12B
12C
12D
12E
12F
12G
12H
12J
12K
12L
13
14
15
Side Rotary Common Section 6 - 45
2SP HUSCO - POWER BEYOND (31752)
Side Rotary Common Section 6 - 46
2SP HUSCO - POWER BEYOND (31752)
ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
PART NO. QTY
DESCRIPTION
TB1017S
TB1702
TB1017P
TB1017P
N/A
N/A
TB1017M
TB1017E
TB1017M
TB1017M
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
INLET END COVER
END COVER, POWER BEYOND
VALVE SECTION (SINGLE ACTING, SPRING DETENT)
VALVE SECTION (SINGLE ACTING, SPRING DETENT)
N/A
N/A
SHUT-OFF PLUG
RELIEF VALVE, 2250 PSI
SHUT-OFF PLUG
TB1017M
TB1017A
2
2
2
1
1
1
VALVE SEAL KIT (FOR ONE SECTION)
WIPER
O-RING SMALL
O-RING LARGE
SPRING
PUCKET
TB1017L
2
1
1
2
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
LEVER KIT (FOR ONE SECTION)
LEVER KNOB
LEVER
LEVER WASHER
LEVER CLIP
LINKAGE
LEVER PIN
ROLL PIN
LEVER BOOT
LEVER BOLT
LEVER DUST COVER
LEVER NUT
TB1017X
24214
1
1
TIE ROD KIT
O-RING, LARGE
11A
11B
11C
11D
11E
12
12A
12B
12C
12D
12E
12F
12G
12H
12J
12K
12L
13
14
Side Rotary Common Section 6 - 47
2SP HUSCO - LOAD SENSE (06502040)
Side Rotary Common Section 6 - 48
2SP HUSCO - LOAD SENSE (06502040)
ITEM
PART NO. QTY
DESCRIPTION
1
2
3
4
31595
31594
31597
31597
1
1
1
1
5
6
7
8
9
10
06503067
06503067
06503068
N/A
31862
31862
1
1
1
1
1
INLET END COVER
END COVER, LOAD SENSE
VALVE SECTION (DOUBLE ACTING, CENTER SPRING)
VALVE SECTION (DOUBLE ACTING, CENTER SPRING)
(REMOVE SHUTTLE DISC)
RELIEF PLUG
RELIEF PLUG
RELIEF PLUG
N/A
RELIEF VALVE, 2175 PSI
RELIEF VALVE, 2175 PSI
31593
2
2
2
1
1
1
VALVE SEAL KIT (FOR ONE SECTION)
WIPER
O-RING SMALL
O-RING LARGE
SHUTTLE DISC
SPRING
TB1017L
2
1
1
2
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
LEVER KIT (FOR ONE SECTION)
LEVER KNOB
LEVER
LEVER WASHER
LEVER CLIP
LINKAGE
LEVER PIN
ROLL PIN
LEVER BOOT
LEVER BOLT
LEVER DUST COVER
LEVER NUT
31603
TB1017X
24214
2
1
1
COMPENSATOR
TIE ROD KIT
O-RING, LARGE
11
11A
11B
11C
11D
11E
12
12A
12B
12C
12D
12E
12F
12G
12H
12J
12K
12L
13
14
15
Side Rotary Common Section 6 - 49
2SP HUSCO - LOAD SENSE (06502042)
Side Rotary Common Section 6 - 50
2SP HUSCO - LOAD SENSE (06502042)
ITEM
PART NO. QTY
DESCRIPTION
1
2
3
4
31595
31594
31600
31600
1
1
1
1
5
6
7
8
9
10
06503067
31861
06503068
6T4209
31862
31862
1
1
1
1
1
1
INLET END COVER
END COVER, LOAD SENSE
VALVE SECTION (DOUBLE ACTING, DETENT FLOAT)
VALVE SECTION (DOUBLE ACTING, DETENT FLOAT)
(REMOVE SHUTTLE DISC)
RELIEF PLUG
RELIEF VALVE 360 PSI
RELIEF PLUG
RELIEF PLUG
RELIEF VALVE, 2175 PSI
RELIEF VALVE, 2175 PSI
31593
2
2
2
1
1
1
VALVE SEAL KIT (FOR ONE SECTION)
WIPER
O-RING SMALL
O-RING LARGE
SHUTTLE DISC
SPRING
TB1017L
2
1
1
2
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
LEVER KIT (FOR ONE SECTION)
LEVER KNOB
LEVER
LEVER WASHER
LEVER CLIP
LINKAGE
LEVER PIN
ROLL PIN
LEVER BOOT
LEVER BOLT
LEVER DUST COVER
LEVER NUT
31603
TB1017X
24214
2
1
1
COMPENSATOR
TIE ROD KIT
O-RING, LARGE
11
11A
11B
11C
11D
11E
12
12A
12B
12C
12D
12E
12F
12G
12H
12J
12K
12L
13
14
15
Side Rotary Common Section 6 - 51
SOLENOID VALVE ASSEMBLY
ITEM
PART NO.
QTY.
DESCRIPTION
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
9
10
11
06502007
06502008
34689
06505026
06502009
6T3911
6T3908
6T3910
6T4209
TF1228
21987
21586
AVAIL
AVAIL
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
4
4
VALVE ASY HIGH PRESSURE
VALVE ASY LOW PRESSUTE
SOLENOID COIL
SOLENOID
SOLENOID VALVE KIT
SOLENOID SEAL KIT
RELIEF PILOT 2150 PSI LOW PRESSURE
RELIEF PILOT 3400 PSI HIGH PRESSURE
PLUG W/ O - RING
PLUG 1/4” NPT HOLLOW HEX
LOCKWASHER 5/16”
CAPSCREW 5/16” X 2 1/2”
Side Rotary Common Section 6 - 52
12-12-02
SOLENOID BRAKE VALVE ASSEMBLY
ITEM
PART NO.
QTY.
DESCRIPTION
*
1
2
3
4
5
6
**
**
**
34115
34092
34095
34094
34093
34091
34689
34096
34097
34098
AVAIL
1
1
2
1
1
1
2
1
2
SOLENOID BRAKE VALVE ASSEMBLY - HIGH PRESSURE
BRAKE VALVE, BLANK
RELIEF VALVE, 3000 PSI
LOGIC ELEMENT
CARTRIDGE, 2 POSITION, 3 WAY (WITH NUT & WASHER)
RELIEF VALVE, 2600 PSI
COIL, 12 VDC, BRAKE VALVE
RELIEF SEAL KIT
SOLENOID SEAL KIT
ELEMENT SEAL KIT
Side Rotary Common Section 6 - 53
12-17-02
BRAKE VALVE ASSEMBLY W/ METRI PAK
ITEM
PART NO.
QTY.
DESCRIPTION
1
2
3
4
5
6
34092
34094
34095
06510095
34093
34091
1
2
1
1
1
1
BRAKE VALVE, BLANK
LOGIC ELEMENT
RELIEF VALVE, 3500 PSI
METRI PAK COIL
CARTRIDGE, 2 POSITION, 3 WAY (WITH NUT & WASHER)
RELIEF VALVE, 2600 PSI
Side Rotary Common Section 6 - 54
SOLENOID BRAKE VALVE HYDRAULIC SCHEMATIC
BRAKE VALVE TROUBLESHOOTING
FAILURE MODE:
CHECK STEPS
- MOWER WILL NOT START - system pressure is low
(engine not lugging).
1 thru 6
- MOWER WILL NOT START - system pressure is high
(engine lugging). “MR” port will be high pressure.
7
- MOWER WILL NOT ROTATE AT FULL SPEED - limited power.
3 thru 5
- MOWER BLADE WILL NOT STOP - blade will not stop in proper time.
7 thru 9
CORRECTIVE STEPS:
1. Check for voltage at solenoid (item 6), voltage must be between 10.2 volts and 13.8 volts.
2. Remove, inspect solenoid and cartridge (items 4, 6) for wear or contamination.
3. Remove, inspect logic elements near “P” port (item 3) for wear or contamination.
4. Remove, inspect 3000 psi relief valve (item 2) for wear or contamination.
5. Remove and inspect orifices near “P” port for contamination.
6. Remove “P” port hose and fitting, visually inspect for contamination, check ball for movement.
7. Remove and inspect orifices near “MR” port for contamination.
8. Remove, inspect 2600 psi relief valve (item 5) for wear of contamination.
9. Remove, inpect logic element near “MR” port (item 3) for wear or contamination.
Side Rotary Common Section 6 - 55
7-25-02
TRAVEL LOCK LIFT BEAM
ITEM
PART NO.
QTY.
DESCRIPTION
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
6T0105
6T0106
6T0107
6T3020
21833
21825
21993
22021
22600
22604
22601C
*
1
1
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
REF.
DRAFT BEAM (STD WITH TRAVEL LOCKS)
TRAVEL LOCK BRACKET
TRAVEL LOCK PINS 3/4” X 3 1/4”
R - CLIP 5/32”
CAPSCREW 3/4” X 2 1/4”
HEX NUT 3/4”
LOCK WASHER 3/4”
FLAT WASHER 3/4”
TRAVEL LOCK EAR
PIN HOLDER
TRAVEL LOCK ASY
MAIN FRAME REFER TO PARTS SECTION
Side Rotary Common Section 6 - 56
SIDE MOWER TRAVEL LOCK (COMBO)
ITEM
PART NO.
QTY.
DESCRIPTION
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
REF
6T0106
6T0107
6T3020
21833
21825
21993
22021
REF.
*
1
2
2
1
1
1
1
*
COMBO DRAFT BEAM- REFER TO DRAFT BEAM PARTS
TRAVEL LOCK BRAKCET
TRAVEL LOCK PIN (3/4” x 3-1/4”CAPPED)
R-CLIP, 5/32”
CAPSCREW, 3/4” x 2-1/4” NC
HEX NUT, 3/4” NC
LOCKWASHER, 3/4”
FLAT WASHER, 3/4”
MAIN FRAME - REFER TO MAIN FRAME PARTS
Side Rotary Common Section 6 - 57
SWITCHBOX SERVICE PARTS
ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
P/N
06514013
35226
33811
6T3923
06514014
34540
06550018
35227
QTY.
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
DESCRIPTION
SWBX,ALUM,BLK,06510102
SWITCH,MOWER,COLEHERSEE
SWITCH,MASTER/DECK FLOAT
INDICTATOR LIGHT,ON,RED
BREAKER,10A,SWBX
STRAIN RELIEF,3/4,BLACK,NYLON
DECAL,SWTCHBX,TM/TSF,CG
RELAY,DP,DT,12V,LY2F,35226
Side Rotary Common Section 6 - 58
SWITCHBOX SCHEMATIC
Side Rotary Common Section 6 - 59
Side Rotary Common Section 6 - 60
WARRANTY
SECTION
Warranty Section 7-1
.
WARRANTY INFORMATION
Tiger Corporation, 3301 N. Louise, Sioux Falls, South Dakota, warrants to the
original Retail Customer, the new Tiger equipment is free of defects in material and
workmanship. Any part of equipment that in Tiger’s judgement, show evidence of
such defects will be repaired or replaced without charge, provided that the failure of
part(s) shall have occurred within twelve (12) months from the date of delivery of
said equipment to the Retail Customer. Expendable components such as knives,
oil, chain sprockets, skid shoes, knife mounting disks and the like are excluded but
not limited to this warranty.
The Retail Customer must pay the transportation cost to and from the Tiger
Dealer’s service shop for warranty service. Warranty service will be performed by
the Tiger Dealer from whom the equipment was purchased, during service shop
regularly scheduled days and hours of operation.
All Tiger obligation under this warranty shall be terminated if the equipment is
modified or altered in ways not approved in writing by Tiger, if repair parts other than
genuine Tiger repair parts have been used, or if the equipment has been subject to
misuse, neglect, accident, improper maintenance or improper operation.
Tiger Corporation reserves the right to make improvements in design or
changes in specification at any time without incurring any obligation to owners of
equipment previously sold.
No agent or person has authority to alter, add to or waive the above warranties
which are agreed to be in the only warranties, representations or promises,
expressed or implied, as to the quality or performance of the products covered and
which do not include any implied warranty of merchantability or fitness. In no event
will Tiger be liable for incidental or consequential damages or injuries, including, but
not limited to, loss of profits, rental or substitute equipment or other commercial
loss.
THERE ARE NO WARRANTIES WHICH EXTEND
BEYOND THOSE EXPRESSED HEREIN.
It is the Purchasers obligation to sign the warranty registration form AFTER he /
she has Read and Understands the Operation and Safety Instructions stated
within this manual.
ONE LAST WORD
This manual cannot possibly cover all of the
potentially hazardous situations you will
encounter. By being familiar with the
safety rules, operating and maintenance
instructions in this manual you can help prevent
accidents. The objective of this manual is to
help make you a better operator. Remember,
SAFETY IS YOU!
Your safety and the safety of those around you
depends on YOU. Common sense should
play a large role in the operation of this machine.
Since we at Tiger Corporation are constantly striving to improve out products, we
reserve the right to change specifications or design at any time.
TO THE OWNER / OPERATOR / DEALER
To keep your implement running efficiently and safely, read your manual thoroughly and follow
these directions and the Safety Messages in this manual and on the machine. The table of
contents clearly identifies each section where you can easily find the information you need.
The Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA 1928.51 subpart C) makes the following
minimum requirements for tractor operators.
OWNER REQUIREMENTS:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Provide a Roll-Over-Protective Structure that meets the requirements of this Standard; and
Provide Seatbelts that meet the requirements of this Standard and SAE J3C; and
Ensure that each employee uses such Seatbelt while the tractor is moving; and
Ensure that each employee tightens the Seatbelt sufficiently to confine the employee to the
protected area provided by the ROPS.
OPERATOR REQUIREMENTS:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Securely fasten seatbelt it the tractor has a ROPS.
Where possible, avoid operating the tractor near steep ditches, embankments, and holes.
Reduce speed when turning, crossing slopes, and on rough, slick, or muddy surfaces.
Stay off slopes too steep for safe operation.
Watch where you are going – especially at row ends, on roads, and around trees.
Do Not permit others to ride.
Operate the tractor smoothly – no jerky turns, starts, or stops.
Hitch only to the draw-bar and hitch points recommended by the tractor manufacturer.
When the tractor is stopped, set brakes securely and use park lock, if available
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