Adjusting the relief spring(s). Krone BA EasyCut F 360 M gez.

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10.3

Settings 10

Adjusting the relief spring(s) 10.3

Adjusting the relief spring(s)

For the “pushed” version

WARNING

Risk of injury due to adjustment of relief spring(s)

In the working position the relief spring(s) are subject to high drawing tension. In case an attempt is made to remove or adjust the relief spring(s) when the machine is in the working position, people may be seriously injured or killed.

„ The relief spring(s) must only be dismounted or adjusted in the transport position.

„ The bottom fittings on the relief spring(s) are fully screwed in.

1

+

2

KMG000-039

The relief springs (1) are used to adjust the ground pressure of the cutterbar to the local conditions. To protect the sward, the load on the cutterbar must be relieved so that it does not jump during mowing and does not leave any brush marks on the ground either.

The ground pressure of the mower can be adjusted at the perforated bar, the length of the supporting chain and (when using the turnbuckle) at the turnbuckle.

Increasing/reducing ground pressure via perforated bars

KM000-376

Borehole (I) = maximum mower relief = minimum ground pressure

Borehole (VI) =minimum mower relief = maximum ground pressure

ü The machine is in the transport position.

ü

The machine is shut down and safeguarded, see Page 24

.

„ Attach the relief spring (1) in one of the boreholes (I) to (VI).

Attach the relief springs identically on both sides.

EasyCut F 360 M

Original operating instructions 150000792_04_en 93

10 Settings

10.3

Adjusting the relief spring(s)

Increasing/reducing ground pressure via supporting chains

KM000-377

I) With turnbuckle II) Without turnbuckle

Supporting chain short = high mower relief = low ground pressure

Supporting chain long = low mower relief = high ground pressure

ü The machine is in the transport position.

ü

The machine is shut down and safeguarded, see Page 24

.

„ To increase the ground pressure, extend the supporting chain (1).

„ To reduce the ground pressure, shorten the supporting chain (1).

The supporting chains should have the same length on both sides.

Increasing/reducing ground pressure via turnbuckles

WARNING

Risk of injury due to incorrectly set turnbuckles

If the dimension X=230 mm is exceeded, the thread end of the turnbuckle may tear off and the mower may lower unintentionally. People may be seriously injured or killed, as a result.

„ Never set the turnbuckle to a dimension greater than X = 230 mm .

94

KM000-378

Reduce dimension X = increased mower relief = lower ground pressure

EasyCut F 360 M

Original operating instructions 150000792_04_en

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Key Features

  • Hydraulic lift system for easy raising and lowering of the mower deck
  • Quick-release blade system for fast and easy blade changes
  • Built-in sharpener for keeping blades sharp
  • Highly maneuverable for use in tight spaces
  • Durable construction for long-lasting performance
  • Easy to use and maintain
  • Versatile machine for a wide range of mowing applications

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Frequently Answers and Questions

What is the cutting width of the Krone BA EasyCut F 360 M gez?
The cutting width of the Krone BA EasyCut F 360 M gez. is 3.6 meters.
What is the maximum mowing speed of the Krone BA EasyCut F 360 M gez?
The maximum mowing speed of the Krone BA EasyCut F 360 M gez. is 15 km/h.
What is the weight of the Krone BA EasyCut F 360 M gez?
The weight of the Krone BA EasyCut F 360 M gez. is 750 kg.
What type of blades does the Krone BA EasyCut F 360 M gez. use?
The Krone BA EasyCut F 360 M gez. uses hardened steel blades.
How often should the blades on the Krone BA EasyCut F 360 M gez. be sharpened?
The blades on the Krone BA EasyCut F 360 M gez. should be sharpened every 20-25 hours of use.
What is the warranty on the Krone BA EasyCut F 360 M gez?
The Krone BA EasyCut F 360 M gez. comes with a 2-year warranty.

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