Toro 25" Lawn Tractor User manual

Toro 25
 4 HP LAWN TRACTOR
MODEL 57000
PRICE 25c
700001 AND UP)
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Copyright 1966 by
Toro Manufacturing Corporation
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55420
U.S.A.
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SAFETY TIPS FOR RIDING LAWN MOWERS,
GARDEN TRACTORS AND ATTACHMENTS
Improper use of riding lawn mowers, garden
tractors and attachments on the part of the operator
can result in injury. To reduce this possibility, give
complete and undivided attention to the job at hand.
1. Know the controls and how to stop
quickly — READ THE OWNER'S MANUAL.
2. Do not allow children to operate
machine; nor adults to operate it with-
out proper instruction.
3. Clear work area of objects which
might be picked up and thrown.
4. Disengage all clutches and shift
into neutral before starting motor. Keep
hands, feet and clothing away from
power driven parts.
5. Do not carry passengers. Keep
children and pets a safe distance away.
6. Never direct discharge of any ma-
terial toward bystanders nor allow any-
one near machine while in operation.
7. Disengage power to any attach-
“ment and stop motor before leaving
operator position.
8. Take precautions when leaving
"machine unattended (to avoid accidental
starting, rolling away, accidental drop-
ping of any attachment, etc.)
9. Disengage power fo any attach-
ment whenever it is not in use or when
traveling from one work area to another.
10. Stay alert for holes and other
hidden hazards.
11. Know what is behind you before
backing up.
12. Beware of steep slopes, reduce
speed on all side slopes and sharp turns
to prevent tipping or losing control.
These safety suggestions are recommended by Outdoor Power Equipment Institute and Toro Mfg. Corp.
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13. Don't stop or start suddenly when
going uphill or downhill.
14. Do not drive close to a ditch or
creek.
15. Do not attempt to operate the
machine when you are not in the driv-
er's seat.
16. Do not attempt to get off of the
machine while it is moving.
17. Use extra care when pulling loads
or using heavy equipment. (Refer to
your owner's manual.)
18. Watch out for traffic when near
roadways.
19. Handle gasoline with care — it is
highly flammable.
A. Use approved gasoline con-
tainer.
B. Never add gasoline to a run-
ning motor — fill tank out
of doors and wipe up spilled
gasoline.
C. Replace gasoline cap securely.
D. Open doors if motor is run in
garage — exhaust gases are
dangerous.
20. Keep machine in good operating
condition and keep safety devices in
place. Use guards as instructed in own-
er's manual.
21. Disengage power to any attach-
ment and stop motor before making
repairs or adjustments.
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OPERATING AND MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
WITH
PARTS LIST
Lawn Tractor
Model 57000
The Model 57000 Lawn Tractor is a precision
machine which will require a minimum of care. Keep
itcleanand well lubricated. Keep the blade sharp and
balanced. Use it within its capabilities. If kept in
good repair and adjustment, it is capable of providing
years of dependable service.
GET YOUR TRACTOR READY TO WORK
PREPARE IT FOR OPERATION
1. To install the steering wheel, slide itdown
over the top of the steering column and alignthe holes.
2. Secure the steering wheel with the provided
roll pin and replace the plug button.
3. Checkthe chassis to be sure that it has been
lubricated.
4. Fill the engine crankcase with oil according
to the engine manufacturer's instructions.
5.
oline.
Fill the gasoline tank with any regular gas-
Do not mix oil with the gasoline. Be sure the
gasoline container is clean.
6. Squirtadroportwoof oil into the hole where
the speed shift lever enters the right side of the trans-
missionhousing. Also oil the spot where the reverse
shift lever slides inthe left-hand side of the transmis-
sion housing.
BREAK IT IN PROPERLY
To break-in the engine and transmission, set the
rear of the tractor on a blockto raise the rear wheels
alittle above the floor, and operate the engine until it
has used up one-half tank or more of gasoline. Shift
the transmission into the various speeds during the
break-in run, to assure breaking it in properly.
It is necessary to depress the clutch pedal in
order to keep the transmission operating.
BLADE HEIGHT KNOB
TRANSMISSION
SPEED HANDLE ——
BLADE —u
BLADE GUARD BAR —
STARTER ROPE HANDLE
FUEL TANK FILLER CAP
ENGINE AIR CLEANER
ENGINE SPEED
CONTROL LEVER
CLUTCH
PEDAL
Controls and Inspection
Fig. 1
Points — Right Side
GET ACQUAINTED WITH YOUR NEW TRACTOR
GENERAL
Become familiar with your tractor before you put
ittowork. Read these instructions and the engine
manufacturer's booklet. Be sure you know what the
controls are for, and how they operate. Operate the
tractor for a whileon adriveway or sidewalk, to get the
feel of the controls.
The amount of care the tractor requires is small
but important. Keep it clean and well lubricated.
Keep the blade sharp and balanced. Learn the tractor's
capabilities and limitations. It is capable of giving you
the years of dependable service you expect from any
fine piece of machinery.
The life of your Lawn Tractor can be materially
lengthened by complying with the simple rules set forth
in this manual. Take time to consider your safety and
the safety of those around you.
LEARN WHAT THE CONTROLS ARE FOR
| These simple controls make your lawn tractor
handy to operate.
1. The engine speed control lever has a CHOKE
position (used for choking the engine), a RUN position
which gives you control over the engine's speed, and
a STOP position which stops the engine.
2. Anautomatic-recoilstarter rope is included
as a part of the engine.
3. Theblade clutch starts and stops the opera-
tion of the blade. It also contains a brake to stop the
blade when the clutch is disengaged.
4. The tractor clutch pedal engages the engine
is spring-loaded to disengage the clutchwhenfoot pres-
sure is removed from the pedal.
5. The brake pedal operates on the left rear
wheel to stop the tractor.
with the transmission, and makes the tractor move. It
6. Two gear shift levers provide directional and
speed control.
7. You can change the cutting height by means
of a simple bolt and jackscrew adjustment.
HOW TO START THE ENGINE
1. Be sure the reverse gear shift lever is in
neutral, and the blade clutch is disengaged.
2. Move the engine speed lever to the CHOKE
position.
3.
let go of the handle as the rope rewinds.
prevent backlash in the rewind mechanism.
Pull the starter rope handle swiftly. Do not
This helps
4. If the engine is warm, or if a cold engine
does not start on the first pull, move the engine speed
lever to the FAST position, and try again.
5. When restarting a hot engine, set the speed
lever about in the middle.
6. As soonas the engine settles downto a steady,
even speed, adjust the speed control lever to the speed
you desire.
HOW TO STOP THE ENGINE
Stopping the engine is simple. Just move the
speed control lever to the STOP position. Always dis-
engage the blade clutch and put the transmission shift
lever in neutral before you stop the engine.
BLADE HEIGHT —
CUTTING HEIGHT BOLTS
TRANSMISSION
REVERSE LEVER
MOWER BLADE
CLUTCH HANDLE
BRAKE PEDAL
MOWER DECK
Controls and Inspection Points — Left Side
Fig. 2
THINK OF SAFETY BEFORE YOU MOW
The mower blade is a powerful cutting tool.
Treat it with the respect you would treat a buzz-saw.
Before you use the mower, be sure you know these
safety rules.
1. Never allow children or young teen-agers to
operate the mower, unless properly supervised. Keep
children and pets away from the area of the mower at
all times while it is working.
2. Always keep hands and feet out from under
the mower deck while the engine is running, and until
you are SURE that the blade has stopped turning after
the engine is shut off or the blade clutch disengaged.
The blade will coast for several seconds.
3. Beforeyoustart mowing, walk over the area
you're going to cut and pick up all debris which could
be picked up and thrown by the blade. Sticks, stones
and pieces of metal are a hazard to the mower, and
when chopped to bits by the heavy blade, can be dan-
gerous to pets and people.
4. Know how to stop the mower and the engine
instantly.
5. When moving the tractor along paths and
walks, andatall times when not actually cutting grass,
keep the blade clutch disengaged.
6. Don't attempt any service operations while
the engine is running. Disconnect the spark plug wire
to prevent accidental starting.
7. When mowing high grass, startwith the blade
at its highest position. This lessens the danger of
striking hidden objects. Then take a second cut after
first checking to be sure there are no obstructions.
8. Fillthe gasoline tank outdoors. Avoid spil-
ling the gasoline. DON'T SMOKE WHILE FILLING
THE TANK.
9. Stopthe engine and disengage the blade clutch
whenever you leave the tractor.
PUT YOUR MOWER TO WORK
CHOOSE THE RIGHT CUTTING HEIGHT
1. In general, use the same cutting height you
have used before. You know what height is best for
your own lawn.
2. When first using your mower, cut the grass
a little longer than you did before, until you're sure
that the greater cutting width will not cause scalping
due to irregularities in the lawn.
3. If the grass is high, or if it contains lots of
moisture, take afirst cut withthe blade set high. Then
finish cutting with a lower blade setting. This gives
better distribution of the clippings and provides a
cleaner second cut.
4. ITtis possible, by using care, to cut grass
that is extremely high or wet. Set the blade at its
highest position, and use low drive speed. Move into
the area cautiously. Take a cut only half the width of
the mower at each pass. Wet clippings may clog the
mower housing, causing the blade to stall.
HOW TO SET THE CUTTING HEIGHT
A label on the left side of the mower indicates
the cutting height of the blade. Adjust the cutting height
as follows:
1. Loosen (but do not remove) the four locking
bolts which fasten the engine mounting plate to the sides
of the rider chassis.
2. Turnthe knob, located under the tractor
seat, clockwise to lower the height of the blade.
3. Turn the knob counterclockwise to raise the
height of the blade.
4. BE SURE to tighten the four cutting height
locking bolts at the sides of the chassis when the de-
sired cutting height has been set.
NOTE
The arrows on the cutting height label indicate
the height of the blade when they point to the
center of the nearest cutting height locking
bolt.
USE THE RIGHT SPEED
The tractor has a two-speed transmission. Use
the low speed for pulling light loads and for mowing.
This allows the blade to maintain a high RPM, and
delivers most of the engine horsepower to the blade.
It also gives you the best control of the tractor while
trimming close to objects.
Use the high speed for moving the tractor from
place to place, when the blade is not turning.
For fine adjustment of traveling speed, use the
engine speed control lever. Do not run the engine at
slow speed while mowing. The blade uses most of the
engine's horsepower to cut grass, and this requires a
high engine speed.
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Normal 'Round-and-'Round
method for large,
easy areas.
to turn.
in the middle.
Divide larger or irregular areas
into two sections for mowing.
Over-lap in tight corners
to give yourself room
It's possible to cut small areas
without losing time in turning
Efficient Planning of Your Mowing Saves Cutting Time
Slow downa little, by slipping the clutch slightly,
when making tight turns. This avoids sliding sideways.
Forward and reverse are the same speed. The
mower will cut equally well in either direction.
IMPORTANT
Always make sure that the tractor has come to
a complete stop before you attempt to change
speed or shift direction.
SAVE MOWING TIME WITH PLANNING
1. Changing direction wastes time. Plan to
keep the tractor moving forward as much as possible.
2. Plan for the longest straight runs possible.
3. Save close trimming for the cleanup.
4. Try to work with the clippings discharging
onto the already-cut areas, to prevent buildup of clip-
pings inthe uncut area. If the grass is unusually long
or full of moisture, the clippings could impose an extra
load on the blade, or cause uneven mowing because
they prevent the grass from rising into the cutting path
of the blade.
5. Sometimes it's easier to divide a large or
irregular-shaped area into smaller sections to keep
the mower working more steadily, or to keep from
backing, turning or repeating too often.
6. Inasmall area, where tight turns would
cause losttime inthe center if the normal 'round-and-
‘round methods were used, try the cutting method
shown in the illustration: make the second pass down
the center of the area, rather than down the opposite
side from the first pass. This allows you to swing
wide at the end of each pass, and still cut all of the
grass without too much reversing.
7. Avoid mowing on steep hills. The tractor
will normally carry a full-grown operator up an aver-
age grade while cutting grass. Angle your cut across
a hill, to reduce the effect of grade.
THE TRACTOR HAS LIMITS
Observing the limits of the tractor will help it
serve you longer. Overloading and mistreatment can
shorten its life or impair its usefulness, just as they
can with any other fine tool or machine.
1. The engine is not guaranteed on a slope of
more than 45 degrees in any direction, as it will not
receive proper lubrication beyond this angle.
2. Keepthe mower clean, especially around the
blade. Abuildup of grass clippings in the blade hous-
ing can impair the efficiency of the mower and cause
uneven cutting.
3. Hthetractor stalls due toanoverload, but the
engine continues to run, letout the clutch immediately.
Start out again slowly. Failure to do this will cause
excessive belt wear or breakage. If the tractor still
fails to start, back up and find out why.
4. Do not operate the mower with the blade out
of balance.
5. Avoid pulling loads that are so heavy they
cause the drive belt to slip.
6. Ifthe engine stallsduetooverload, disengage
the blade clutch and shift to neutral before restarting.
Then, find out what caused the overload, and avoid it
to make it easier when starting out again.
HOW TO USE THE CONTROLS
1. To movethe tractor, withthe engine running,
shift the direction control lever td forward or reverse
asdesired. (A label on the engine deck shows the po-
sition of this lever.) Push the speed control knob in
for high speed to move the tractor, or pull it out for low
speed for mowing or pulling loads.
2. Runthe engine alittle faster than its medium
speed, by adjusting the engine speed control lever.
3. To make the tractor move, press down onthe
clutch pedal. When the clutch pedal is released, the
tractor will stop.
4. After thetractor is moving, you can vary its
speed a little by moving the engine speed control lever.
9. Ifyouhave trouble getting into any gear, jog
the clutch pedal a little to get the gears into position
where they will mesh. Never force either the reverse
lever or the speed handle.
CAUTION
Always bring the lawn tractor to a complete
stop before changing direction or shifting
speeds.
6. To stop the tractor, first release the clutch
pedal and then press down on the brake pedal.
7. To make the blade turn, move the blade
clutch lever slowly to the engaged position. This is
an over-the-center position, and the blade clutch will
stay engaged until the handle is moved back to the dis-
engaged position.
8. To stop the blade, move the blade clutch
lever to the rear, into the disengaged position. This
applies a brake to the blade, to stop it more quickly
than if it were allowed to coast to a stop.
CAUTION
Always stop the blade when you leave the mow-
er, or when you are moving it from place to
place without cutting grass.
ATTACHMENTS INCREASE
YOUR LAWN TRACTOR’S USEFULNESS
MULCHER SCREEN
The mulcher screen which you received with
your mower can be attached over the discharge open-
ing of the mower deck. With this screen installed,
you can ride over your lawn and dispose of dried fallen
leaves without effort. The mower blade lifts them up,
grinds them into pieces small enough to pass through
the holes inthe screen, and returns them to your lawn
as a fine organic mulch.
To install the mulcher screen, remove the shrub
bar from the discharge opening of the mower. Shape
the screen to the inside of the blade housing. Attach
to the same holes, using the bolts furnished with the
mulcher screen.
Better mulching action will result if you set your
blade at a low cutting height. Be sure the leaves are
dry before attempting to use the mulching attachment.
Wetleaves will not be ground up finely enough to pass
through the screen, and will soon clog it.
CAUTION
Be sure the engine is shut off and the blade
clutch is disengaged before you attempt to clean
a clogged mulcher screen.
OTHER ATTACHMENTS
In addition to providing power for your rotary
mower, your lawn tractor can be used to pull a lawn
roller, aerator, seeder or dump cart, all of which are
available fromthe dealer. They attach to the drawbar
at the rear of the chassis.
A snow plow may be attached to the front of the
chassis.
Be sure the mower blade clutch is disengaged
when using the attachments. |
HOW TO KEEP
YOUR TRACTOR WORKING FOR YOU
The simple service required for your lawn trac-
tor will result in longer life and dependable opera-
tion.
KEEP IT PROPERLY LUBRICATED
1. Whenlubricating the chassis, stand the tractor
on its back end, and apply a drop or two of oil to all
pivot points inthe steering, brake, and clutch linkages.
Lubricatethefront and rear wheel bearings with a few
drops of oil. (Do not stand the tractor on its front end.
This will cause oil to enter the cylinder, resulting in
extremely hard starting or in damage to the engine. )
2. Observe the engine manufacturer's oil re-
quirements carefully. Failure to do so will not only
void the warranty, but it could also result in engine
failure. Keep the oil level high enough to meetthe
manufacturer's requirements. |
3. After each 25 hours of operation, squirt a
couple of drops of oil on both of the transmission shift
lever slides.
4. Thetransmissionanddifferentialare sealed.
They should not require the addition of lubricant for
life, providing they are not overloaded or overheated.
KEEP THE BLADE SHARP AND BALANCED
Be sure that the mower blade is kept sharp and
properly balanced. A dull blade wastes horsepower
and does a poor cutting job. A blade out of balance is
dangerous due to the high speed of rotation, and is
likely to impose too high a sideways load on the mower
blade spindle. |
LET AUTHORIZED "TORO" SERVICE STATIONS
PERFORM MAJOR SERVICE
Only if your lawn tractor is repaired correctly
and if replacement parts really fit can maximum mow-
ing results and safety be expected.
A thorough inspection of your tractor should be
made at least once a year.
MAINTENANCE
TIRE PRESSURE
The lawn tractors use pneumatic tires and tubes
ontherear wheels. The tires should be inflated from
16 to 18 pounds pressure. (Semi-pneumatic tires are
used on thefront wheels. Thesetires will not require
inflation.)
LUBRICATION
Note that the engine used has no dip stick for
checking oil. Instead, to check the oil, remove the
plug from the filler opening located on the right hand
side of the engine. The oil in the engine crankcase
should be up tothe top of the filler opening at all times.
In additiontothe lubrication procedures describ-
ed, it is a good idea to clean all lubrication points of
the tractor and mower occasionally, to prevent build-
up of dust and foreign matter on the parts.
ADJUSTMENTS
Adjustments required for the lawn tractor are
simple and infrequent. A spring-loaded idler on the
drive belt maintains proper tension, so that adjustment
is not required.
Carburetor adjustments are covered inthe engine
manufacturer's instruction manual, which is furnished.
No other adjustments are required.
WINTERIZATION
Winterization for Storage
When it is time to store the lawn tractor for the
winter, clean it thoroughly of all grass clippings, mud
and dust. Wipe all lubrication points clean and lubri-
cate. The fuel tank and carburetor have no provision
for draining. To removethe gasoline and thus prevent
gummy deposits, run the engine out of gas.
Drainthe oilfrom the engine crankcase and re-
fill with the grade of oil which is recommended for
warm-weather operation.
CAUTION
Do not over-fill the engine.
Stand the tractor on its rear end, and remove the
spark plug from the engine. Put about one or two ta-
blespoons of engine oil into the spark plug hole, slowly,
while turning the engine slowly by hand to allow the
pistonto distribute the oil evenly in the cylinder. Re-
place the spark plug with an old plug which will not be
used again, or plug the hole with a cork. (This pre-
vents fouling a good plug with the oil used to preserve
the cylinder and piston
In the spring, remove the old spark plug or the
cork, flush the cylinder with about 1/4 to 1/2 cup of
fresh gasoline, and blow dry with compressed air.
Replace the good spark plug, after being sure it is
cleanand properly gapped according to the engine man-
ufacturer's instructions. Check the oil in the engine.
Fill the fuel tank. The tractor is now ready for opera-
tion.
Winterization for Operation
If the tractor is to be used during the winter
months, cleanand lubricate in the same manner as for
storage. Drain the engine crankcase and refill with
oilas recommended by the manufacturer for the tem-
perature range expected. Be sure the spark plug is
clean and properly gapped according to the engine man-
ufacturer's instructions.
In the spring, drain and refill the engine crank-
case with the normally-recommended weight of oil,
and service the entire tractor carefully, according to
the instructions in this manual.
BLADE MAINTENANCE
It is important that the blade be kept sharp and
inbalance. A dull blade wastes power, and does a
poor grass-cutting job. Ablade whichis out of balance
imposes too-high a sideways load on the bearings, and
causes dangerous vibrations.
When sharpening blade, always take equal a-
mounts of metal off both cutting edges. Replace a
blade which shows any signs of cracks or crystalliza-
tion, to prevent its disintegration at high rotating
speeds.
Inexpensive blade balancers are available, to
assure that the blade is in balance after sharpening.
In case sharpening results in an out-of-balance blade,
grind some more metal off the heavy end.
Use only genuine Toro replacement blades, substitutes
may endanger performance and personal safety.
REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENT OF PARTS
CAUTION
Before performing any service operations on
the mower, be sure to disconnect the spark
plug wire to prevent accidental starting of the
engine.
BLADE
Stand the tractor on the rear end. Free the spin-
dle nut with the appropriate wrench while holding the
blade. When the spindle nut has broken loose, hold
the shaft witha large screwdriver in the slot provided.
Completely remove the nut and washer. |
Note the position of the two large washers and
one small flat washer, so that you can replace them
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FLAT WASHER =
LARGE WASHER
LARGE WASHER
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Installation of Blades
Fig. 4
10
in the same position (see fig. 4). Also notice the way
the blade is installed; it can be installed upside down
in which case the mower will not cut. Tighten the
spindle nut securely. If the spindle nut loosens the
blade will slip and will not cut properly.
TRACTOR DRIVE BELT
The drive belt of the tractor can be replaced by
taking the engine off the chassis. To do this, remove
the three bolts that hold the engine to the engine base.
Also remove the bolt that holds the front belt guide to
the engine base. This bolt is located just in front of
the left front corner of the engine. Lift the engine
from the tractor, being careful not to lose the shim
washer which is under the left front corner of the
engine.
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Installation of Drive Belt
Fig. 5
The belt can now be removed.
To replace the belt, engage it in the transmis-
sion pulley first, then in the engine pulley. After re-
engaging the belt, assemble the engine to the engine
base. Using locating pin to insure proper alignment.
IMPORTANT
Leave the engine mounting bolts loose until the
blade clutch has been engaged with the clutch
cup on the engine crankshaft, to be sure of
proper alignment. |
Before tightening the engine mounting bolts,
move the blade clutch lever to the ENGAGED position.
This aligns the engine with the clutch cone. Tighten
the three engine mounting bolts securely and disengage
the blade clutch. Check to make sure that the belt is
in the proper position, then reinstall the belt guide.
CLUTCH CONE
If the blade clutch cone should need replacement,
removethe engine as described above. With the engine
off, move the belt clutch lever slowly to the ENGAGED
position, and slide the clutch cone up off the blade
shaft.
Be careful not to lose the two brake shoes that
operate the blade clutch. If they come off the pins,
replace them so that the thicker part of the shoe is
downward, or toward the blade.
Reinstall the engine in the same manner as for
the tractor drive belt.
ENGINE AND TRANSMISION
To remove and replace the engine, follow the
instructions given for replacing the rider drive belt.
Any necessary repair of the engine should be
done by one of the engine manufacturer's authorized
service stations.
If thetransmission should require repair,
contact the most convenient TORO service station. To
remove the transmissionfrom the mower chassis, take
off the transmission belt as described before. Remove
the drive chain by separating the master link. Take
out the bolts and nuts which attach the transmission to
the chassis.
Replace the transmission in the reverse order.
BEARINGS
The rear axle bearings are self lubricating and
consequently need no attention. To replace these bear-
ings disassemble the rear end of the tractor far enough
to make the axle bearings accessable. Press out the
old bearings and press in the new ones. Reassemble
the tractor.
CONTACT YOUR LOCAL.
TORO DEALER
FOR REPAIR PARTS,
MOWER SERVICE AND
LAWN CARE INFORMATION
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Chassis and Engine Assembly
Ref. Ref.
No. | Part No. Description Qty. || No. | Part No. Description Qty.
CHASSIS GROUP ENGINE GROUP
1 7-0672 Frame Assy., R.H........ 1 55 7-0726 Washer Spec.............. 2
2 7-0673 Frame Assy., L.H........ 1 56 | 322-6 Bolt ..................... 2
3 7-0674 Frame, Aft .............. 1 57 322-9 Bolt ..................... 1
4 321-3 Bolt ..................... 10 58 32152-1(S) Nut conelok .............. 2
5 32152-4 Nut, Conelok ............. 4 59 322-5 | Bolt ..................... 1
6 3253-3 Lockwasher, spring ...... 4 60 | 7-0727 Engine Mtg. Plate Assy....| 1
7 7-0675 Frame, Forward ......... 1 61 | 7-0728 Idler Arm Assy...... ... 1
8 7-0532 Washer, flat ............. 6 7-0750 a. Idier Arm 1
9 322-11 Bolt ............ cc... 2 7-0136 b. Pulley, Idler 1
10 | 32152-1(S) Nut Conelok .............. 4 32152-2(S) c. Nut conelok 3/8-16 1
11 7-0676 Bracket Forward Frame... | 2 323-9 d. Bolt HHCS 1
302-45(S) a. Zerk fitting 2 7-0751 e. Retainer, Belt 1
12 7-0677 Bracket, Steering......... 1 3256-3 f. Washer, Flat 1
13 321-4 Bolt ..................... 8 62 7-0730 Spring, Torsion........... 1
14 | 32152-4(S Nut, Conelok ............. 14 63 7-0731 Bolt Shid. ................ 1
15 3253-3 Lockwasher, spring....... 14 64 32152-2(S) Nut Conelok .............. 1
16 | 7-0678 Axle, В.Н. .............. 1 65 7-0732 Rod, Clutch Control....... 1
17 | 7-0680 Axle, L.H., .............. 1 66 | 7-0393 Spring ....... e sceerereoo 1
18 | 7-0681 Steering Shaft Assy........ 1 67 | 3272-7 Pin, Cotter .............. 1
19 7-0682 Tie Rod R.H. ............ 1 68 233-18(S) Knob, Clutch Lever ....... 1
20 | 7-0683 TieRod LL.H. ............ 1 69 | 17-0138 Rod Assy, blade control ...}{ 1
21 | 7-0684 Spring Seat............... 1 70 | 3290-212 Washer, Wave............ | 1
22 | 7-0685 Seat .........eeoeeccecere. 1 71 |7-0733 Lever, Blade Control ..... 1
23 3233-1 Bolt carriage............. 1 72 32121-50 Roll Pin ................. 1
24 | 3253-7 Lockwasher, spring....... 1 73 |7-0153 Stop Screw .........e.ee.er. 1
25 3218-5 NuUb........ecoerexocorcoooo 1 74 | 3218-3 Nut.......ceceeceercovecro 1
26 | 7-0686 Seat Bracket ............. 1 75 | 7-0734 Spring, Blade Control ..... 1
27 | 323-6 Bolt..................... 4 76 7-0754 Trans. ASSy.............. 1
28 323-7 Bolt HHCS ............... 2 7-0755 a. Transmission Pulley 1
29 | 3217-7 Nut .........oercoreocoo. 10 32120-64 b. Retaining Ring 1
30 | 3253-21 Lockwasher .............. 10 77 3256-3 Washer Flat............e. 4
31 7-0687 Rear Axle Assy 78 7-0736 Belt Guide Trans ......... 1
with Differential .......... 1 79 322-5 Bolt ..................... 2
32 7-0688 Support Assy. Rear Axle... | 2 80 322-6 Bolt ..........eeooaeercaao. 2
7-0713 a. Support, Rear Axle 1 81 | 32152-1(S) Nut conelok .............. 4
256-76 b. Bushing, Bronze 2 82 7-0737 V-Belt................... 1
33 302-43(S) Zerk Fitting ............. 2 83 32140-33 Bolt, Sems............... 4
34 323-9 Bolt .........oéeaoccnooaoo 3 84 3256-4 Washer, Flat............. 4
35 7-0690 Drive Chain .............. 1 85 7-0738 Plate, Height Adj ......... 1
7-2176 Connecting Link * 86 7-0740 Screw, Height Adj ........ 1
7-1334 Offset Link * 87 | 3256-6 Washer, Flat............. 1
36 7-0126 Washer, flat ............. 2 88 3272-21 Pin, cotter............... 1
37 3272-23 Pin, cotter............... 1 89 | 17-0741 Handle, Height Adj........ 1
38 322-14 Bolt............ co... 2 90 | 7-0742 Shid. Chain .............. 1
39 | 7-0691 Washer, Flat............. 2 91 32140-50(S) Screw, Self-Tapping....... 2
40 3256-3 Washer, Flat............. 2 92 3256-3 Washer, flat.............. 1
41 7-0692 Brake Assy. Foot ........ 1 93 3290-292(S) Nut, Retainer ............ 2
42 | 7-0693 Bushing, Brake........... 1 94 | 32140-57(S) Screw, Self-Tapping....... 1
43 | 3256-4 Washer flat .............. 1 95 7-0214 Gas Gage ................ 1
44 | 323-14 Bolt..................... 1 96 | 71-0743 Clip, Shift Lever ......... 1
45 3272-11 Pincotter................ 8 97 3272-17 Cotter pin................ 1
46 7-0694 Spring ........eceorecveaa 1 98 7-0744 Shift Lever............... 1
47 | 7-0695 Stop, Foot Brake ......... 1 99 | 32121-77(S) RollPin ................. 1
48 321-6 Bolt ..................... 2 100 | 2119-368(S) Knob ................. e. 10
101 | 7-0745 Baffle Assy............... 1
ENGINE GROUP 102 | 321-14 Bolt 1/4-20x 2-3/4 ....... 2
103 | 7-0746 Spacer................ ... | à
49 | 221-282(S) Engine B&S 4 H.P....... .. 1 1 104 |7-0131 Flatwasher............... 2
50 | 7-0723 ClutchCup ............... 1 105 | 3253-21 Washer .................. 4
51 | 7-0724 Screw Clutch Cup......... 1 |
52 32121-76(S) | Pin, Roll................. 1
53 3257-3 Key, Engine Clutch Cup
54 + 7-0725 Belt Guide, Engine........ 1
*NOT ILLUSTRATED
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INSIST ON GENUINE TORO PARTS
Figure 7. Hood,Fender and Wheel Group
Ref. Ref.
No. | Part No. Description Qty. {| No. | Part No. Description Qty.
HOOD & FENDER GROUP HOOD & FENDER GROUP
1 7-0716 Steering Brace ........... 1 22 32121-16 Roll Pin ........o_eooscsocos 1
2 256-76 Oilite Bushing ........... 2 23 7-0245 Fitting ................... 1
3 322-3 1 2 24 | 3255-3 Lockwasher............... 1
4 32152-1(S) Nut .....o.ecoroccsoriocaco 2 25 3220-6 Nut ....oorecsesococoocco.o 1
о 17-0024 Washer.................. 2 26 2410-24(S) Plug Button ............... 1
6 7-0697 Shroud, Axle............. 1 27 | 3229-11 Bolt, Carriage ............ 1
7 7-0698 брасег .................. 2 28 | 32152-4(S) Nut ......eerrravccerococoo 1
8 7-0786 Ноой Авву ............... 1
9 32104-84(S) | Self Tapping Screw ....... 2 WHEEL GROUP
10 3217-5 NUul ..e.oeocrcacrvrerecocoo 2
11 | 7-0787 Shroud, Rear............. 1 29 | 241-88(S) Rear Wheel Assy .......... 2
12 | 7-0788 Support, Rear Shroud..... 1 * 231-47(S) Тре ..................... 2
13 | 17-0790 Rear Hood Support........ 1 * 217-70(S) Rim......20211 0000000000» 2
14 32140-10 Bolt..................... 4 * 233-26 Tube ....e.eceocerorreoreee. 2
15 7-0794 Grommet .....e.oec_rcocoro 1 30 32121-9 PinRoll .................. 2
16 7-0791 Throttle Control.......... 1 31 241-85(S) Front Wheel Assy. ......... 2
17 | 7-0793 Throttle Plate............. 1 256-170(S) Bearing 2
18 | 32122-43(S) | Mach. Screw............. 2 302-5 Zerk Fitting 1
19 32149-6 Locknut ......o.or_eererno 2 32 7-0131 Washer Flat special. .......| 4
20 | 7-0792 Steering Wheel........... 1 33 3272-11 Pin Cotter ................ 2
21 7-0077 Clipoo.0.000000000 000000000 1 34 32121-51 Roll Ра ............ 5..2... 2
35 32121-70(S) Pin, Drive Lock........... 2
INSIST ON GENUINE TORO PARTS
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Figure 8. Mower Housing Assembly
Ref.| Part Qty. || Ref. | Part Qty.
No. | Number Description No. | Number Description
1 7-0762 Mower Housing .......... 1 11 7-0253 Washer, Blade ........... 2
2 7.0763 Brkt. Clutch ............ 1 12 7-0255 Blade .................... 1
3 321-2 Bolt .................... 2 13 | 32152-6(S) Nut, conelok ............. 1
4 32152-4(S) | Nut Conelok ............. 6 14 | 7-0767 Washer, spring thrust ..... 1
5 7-0765 Blade Spindle € Hsg. Assy 1 15 7-0768 Spring, blade clutch ....... 1
7-0774 a. Mower spindle hsg. 1 16 | 7-0770 Clutch, Disc Assy......... 1
251-5 b. Bearing 2 17 7-0256 Guard, Blade ............. 1
7-0775 се. Blade Spindle 1 18 | 7-0771 Pad Foot ........... au... 2
7-0776 d. Spacer Spindle 1 19 | 7-0250 Bolt, Carriage............ 6
7-0777 e. Washer Bearing 1 20 | 32111-4 AcornNut ................ 6
6 7-0275 Washer ..........eoocoo... 1 21 | 7-0772 Foot Pedal ............... 1
7 7-0766 Brkt. Assy. Blade Control 1 22 1 17-0773 Washer Flat .............. 1
7-0778 a. Brkt. Blade Control 1 23 | 3272-11 Pin, Cotter............. 1
7-0780 b. Blade Throwout Assy 1 24 | 3229-11 Bolt carriage ............. 4
7-0781 c. Brake Shoe | 2 25 | 7-0764 Clutch Rod Lever ......... 1
8 322-4 Bolt .................... 4 |
9 32152-1(S) Nut conelok ............. 4
10 | 7-0131 Washer ................. 1
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Figure 9. Transmission
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Figure 9. Transmission
Ref.| Part Qty. || Ref. | Part Qty.
No. | Number Description Used || No. { Number Description Used
1 2119-368(S) | Knob, Shifter ......... a...) 1 27 | 3253-17 Lockwasher .............. 2
2 2119-369(S) | Shifter Lever Assembly....| 1 28 | 2119-145 Bracket, Outboard ........ 1
3 2119-370(S) | Bracket, Shift Lever ...... 1 29 | 32120-82 Snap Ring (1000-50) ....... 1
4 255-1 Ball, Detent .............. 2 30 | 2119-125 Sprocket (8T-No. 41)...... 1
5 2119-130 Spring, Detent ............ 2 31 | 251-156 Bearing, Ball ............ 1
6 2119-127 Bearing, Flange .......... 1 33 | 2119-131 Shim, 0.010 in. thick ..... 1
7 2119-122 Bevel Gear (Hardened)..... 2 34 | 3257-27 Key, Woodruff, No. 4..... 1
8 2119-371(S) | Detent Shaft Assembly ..... 1 35 | 3257-24 Key, Woodruff, No. 5 ...….. 2
9 2119-123 Clutch Collar ............. 1 36 | 2119-149 Shaft, Output ............. 1
10 { 2119-144 Bearing, Flange, 1-1/4 in. 37 | 321-14 Screw ......cooesoreccoce. 2
flange ................... 1 38 2119-142 Detent Shaft Assembly..... 1
11 | 3296-8 Nut .....ee.ecorceroccores 6 39 | 2119-138 Gear (17T-Output Shaft) ...| 1
12 2119-132 Gasket (0.006) ............ 1 40 | 2119-146 Spacer........... PA 1
13 | 321-3 Sa 5..5... 6 41 | 2119-147 Gasket (0.020)............ 1
14 | 2119-151 Housing Half.............. 1 42 | 3257-5 Key, Woodruff, No. 9..... 1
15 | 2119-143 Bearing Flange, 1 in. flange| 1 43 | 32120-79 Snap Ring (3100-62) ....... 1
O 16 | 2119-137 Gear (17T-Int. shaft....... 1 44 | 2119-374(S) Shaft, Input .............. 1
17 2119-139 Clutch Collar ............. 1 45 3257-21 Key, Woodruff, No. 2 ..... 1
18 | 2119-129 Washer, Flat, 1/32 in. thick] 2 46 | 2119-375(S) Bearing, Flanged, Keyed ..| 2
19 | 2119-136 Gear (13T) ............... 2 47 [2119-121 Pinion, Bevel ............ 1
20 | 2119-134 Housing, 2 speed.......... 1 48 32120-80 Snap Ring ................ 1
21 | 3257-23 Key, Hi-Pro No. 606 ......} 1 49 | 2119-153 Housing Half, with detent
22 | 2119-372(S) | Shaft, Internal ............ 1 hole ......ew-—.eooreocceco. 1
23 | 2119-373(S) | Key, Hi-Pro No. 606 (0.875)| 1 50 | 3253-1 Washer, Flat, 9/32 0. d.
24 | 2119-129 Washer, 1/16 inch thick ...| 3 x 1/8 i.d. x 22 ga. ........ 1
25 | 32120-81 Snap Ring (1000-62) ....... 2 51 | 3272-17 Pin, Cotter .............. 1
26 | 3252-2 Screw ........... ea 0000 2 52 252-50 Needle Bearing ........... 1
53 2119-154 Thrust Washer ........... 1
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Figure 10. Differential Assembly
Ref.| Part Qty. || Ref. | Part Qty.
No. | Number Description Used || No. | Number Description Used
1 2119-166 Differential Housing ...... .1 2 7 7-0712 Axle (short) .............. 1
2 2119-173 Gasket ................... 1 8 2119-172 Differential Cross ........ 1
3 7-0711 Axle (long) ............... 1 9 3210-12 Bolt, Hex Head ........... 4
4 2119-167 Snap Ring ................ 2 10 | "77-0710 Sprocket, 40 Tooth ....... 1
5 2119-171 Pinion Shaft .............. 1 11 | 32152-5(S) Locknut, Hex Head........ 4
6 2119-174 Bevel Pinion ............. 2 12 | 2119-168 Gear ......e..eooccecorecoo 2
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PRODUCT CHANGES
In an effort to make improvements available to Toro owners as quickly as possible,
minor changes are incorporated into Toro's products from time to time that do not be-
come immediately shown in the Reference Drawing and Parts List. If such a change
apparently has been made in your unit, which is not reflected in your manual, see your
Toro distributor or his authorized Toro service dealer for information and parts num-
bers.
IMPORTANT ORDERING INSTRUCTIONS
Repair parts are available from your TORO distributor. To insure getting
correct parts without delay, please furnish the following information:
1. Serial number of your product as shown on the name plate.
2. Part number, description and quantity of each part required.
3. Name and address where parts are to be shipped.
4. Do NOT order by reference number, use part number only.
The Manufacturer warrants each new piece of
equipment sold to be free of defects in material
and workmanship. or one year from the pur-
chase date of consumer line equipment or 45 days
if sold for commercial use, Toro Manufacturing
Corporation will repair or replace for the origi-
nal purchaser, free of chargé, through any Au-
thorized Service Dealer, any partor parts found
at our factory in Minneapolis, Minnesota, to be
defective under normal use and service. All
institutional equipment is warranted for ninety
(90) days from the purchase date.
This Warranty does not obligate the Manufacturer
tobear the cost of transportation charges in con-
CANA AAA:
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Warranty
nection with the replacement or repair of defec-
tive parts -- nor shall it apply to a machine upon
which repairs or alterations have been made, un-
less authorized by the manufacturer.
This Warranty does not include nor cover stand-
ard accessories produced by other manufactur -
ers. Such accessories have separate warranties
by their respective manufacturers. . . and re-
pair or exchange will be made on the basis of
such warranties, and the policies authorized by
them shall be adhered to.
This Warranty is in lieu of all other warranties
expressed or implied.
GAARA AAA ARR RRA AUR REST
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Toro power mowers and Power Handle implements are de- helped make Toro the world’s largest manufacturer of power
signed and built to give years of precision performance . . . mowers — is to provide the customer with complete local serv-
to make them “the best you can buy.” And there's over 50 years ice and parts, This Toro has done through an extensive chain of
of manufacturing experience to back them up. service dealers, factory-trained to give you the most careful,
One of Toro’s most important objectives — and one which has competent care for your Toro work-saver.
21" HAND PROPELLED 21" POW-R-DRIVE 21" HEYI-DUTY WHIRLWIND 21" HEVI-DUTY WHIRLWIND
WHIRLWIND WHIRLWIND HAND PROPELLED SELF PROPELLED
25" HEVI-DUTY 81** WHIRLWIND 34" HEVI-DUTY WHIRLWIND 50" TROJAN
WHIRL WIND
70" PROFESSIONAL 76" PROFESSIONAL 7 UNIT HYDRAULIC PARKMASTER
21" SPORTL AWN
BIG RED
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