Attach the hose coupler to the water port on your decks
surface. See Fig. 6-2.
Turn the water on.
While sitting in the operator's position on the tractor, start
the engine and place the throttle lever in the FAST (rabbit)
Move the tractor's PTO (Blade Engage) into the ON position.
Remain in the operator's position with the cutting deck
engaged for a minimum of two minutes, allowing the
underside of the cutting deck to thoroughly rinse.
Move the tractor's PTO (Blade Engage) into the OFF
Turn the ignition key to the STOP position to turn the
tractor's engine off.
Turn the water off and detach the hose coupler from the
water port on your deck's surface.
Repeat step 4- step 11 on the opposite side of the cutting
After cleaning your deck with the deck wash system, return to
the operator's position and engage the PTO. Keep the cutting
deck running for a minimum of two minutes, allowing the
underside of the cutting deck to thoroughly dry.
Before lubricating, repairing, or
inspecting, always disengage PTO, set parking
brake, stop engine and remove key to prevent
Each of the front wheel axles and rims is equipped with a
grease fitting. See Fig. 6-3. Lubricate with a No. 2 multi-purpose
grease applied with a grease gun after every 25 hours of tractor
Pivot Points & Linkage
Lubricate all the pivot points on the drive system, parking brake
and lift linkage at least once a season with light oil.
Each of the tractor deck's front gauge wheels is equipped with
a grease fitting. Lubricate with a No. 2 multi-purpose grease
applied with a grease gun after every 25 hours of tractor
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