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S PER
OP
A
ATO
UAL
LT=200 Series
1 8.SHP
Hydro
Tractors
Mfg. No.
Description
2690440
LT18538, 18.5HP & 38" Mower Deck
2690497
ELT18538, 18.5HP & 38" Mower Deck (CE)
2690518
LT18500, 18.5HP
2690577
LT18538, 18.5HP & 38" Mower Deck
2690593
ELT18538, 18.5HP & 38" Mower Deck (CE)
20HP
Hydro
Tractors
Mfg. No.
2690441
2690442
2690498
2690578
2690579
2690594
Description
LT2042, 20HP & 42" Mower Deck
LT2044, 20HP & 44" Mower Deck
ELT2044, 20HP & 44" Mower Deck (CE)
LT2042, 20HP & 42" Mower Deck
LT2044, 20HP & 44" Mower Deck
ELT2044, 20HP & 44" Mower Deck (CE)
22HP
Hydro
Tractors
Mfg. No.
Description
2690443
LT2250, 22HP & 50" Mower Deck
2690580
LT2250, 22HP & 50" Mower Deck
38"
Mower
Decks
IVlfg. N o.
Description
1694888
38" Mower Deck
1694977
38" Mower Deck (CE)
42"
Mower
Decks
Mfg. No.
Description
1694889
42" Mower Deck
44"
Mower
Decks
Mfg. No.
Description
1694890
44" Mower Deck
1694978
44" Mower Deck (CE)
50"
Mower
Decks
Mfg. No.
Description
1694891
50" Mower Deck
1730214
Revision 09
Rev. Date 10/2006
TP 100-4228-09-RG-N

Summary of Contents

  • Page 1

    S PER LT=200 Series 38" Mower Decks 1 8.SHP Hydro Tractors Mfg. No. Description IVlfg. N o. Description 1694888 38" Mower Deck 2690440 LT18538, 18.5HP & 38" Mower Deck 2690497 ELT18538, 18.5HP & 38" Mower Deck (CE) 1694977 38" Mower Deck (CE) 2690518 LT18500, 18.5HP 2690577...

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    [abme of Contents _i!" i; _ •I_:_ Safety Rules & information ......... Troubleshooting, Adjustment & Service ..28 Troubleshooting the Tractor ........28 identification Numbers ........Troubleshooting the Mower ........29 Safety Decals ............Battery Charging ........... Safety icons ............Seat Adjustment ............

  • Page 3: Safety Rules & Information

    SafetyRules & informtm Operating Safety Congratulations on purchasing a superior-quality piece of lawn and garden equipment. Our products are designed and manufactured to meet or exceed all industry standards for safety. Power equipment is only as safe as the operator. If it is misused, or not properly maintained, it can be dangerous! Remember, you are...

  • Page 4

    SafetyRules andinformation, ,peOperation You could be seriously injured or even killed if you use this unit on too steep an incline. Using the unit on a slope that is too steep or where you don't have adequate traction can cause you to lose control or roll over.

  • Page 5

    Safety Rules & lnfomatm Read these safety rules and follow them closely. Failure to obey these rules could result in loss of control of unit, severe personal injury or death to you, or bystanders, or damage to property or equipment. This mowing deck is capable of amputating hands and feet and throwin_'ects.

  • Page 6

    SafetyRuJes a ndIflformtm SLOPE OPERATION WARNING Slopes are a major factor related to loss-of-control and tip- Never operate on slopes greater than 17.6 percent over accidents, which can result in severe injury or death. (10 °) which is a rise of 3-1/2 feet (106 cm) vertically in Operation on all slopes requires extra caution, if you 20 feet (607 cm) horizontally.

  • Page 7

    SafetyRules & information SERVICE AND MAINTENANCE Safe Handling of Gasoline 1. Extinguish all cigarettes, cigars, pipes, and other 13. If the fuel tank must be drained, it should be drained outdoors. sources of ignition. 2. Use only approved gasoline containers. 14.

  • Page 8: Identification Numbers

    Jdefltificatiofl Numbers fltJfJcatiofl N umbers North American CE Models Mower ID Tag Tracto CE Models .._S_X (Only) Model Description Name/Number Vibration @ Whee_ Vibration @ Seat: "x_._t_J IPa'_dH Simp,ic'ty Mfg.,nc. _L_H Unit MFG Number Unit SERIAL Number I Port WashingtomW| USA 5_/4/_ When contacting your authorized dealer for Mower Deck MFG Number...

  • Page 9: Safety Decals

    Safety Decals All DANGER, WARNING, CAUTION and instructional Safety Decals messages on your rider and mower should be carefully This unit has been designed and manufactured to read and obeyed. Personal bodily injury can result when provide you with the safety and reliability you would these instructions are not followed.

  • Page 10: Safety Icons

    CE Safety icons, Decals Locations Operating instructions, North American Models, Operating instructions, Part No. 1730170 CE Models, Part No. 1723175 =OR= CE - Danger, Rotating CE - Danger, Rotating Blades Part No. 1720389 Blades, Part No. 1720389 Positions ignition Switch Part No.

  • Page 11: Features & Controls, Control Functions

    Features & Controls Figure 1. Controls Control Functions The information below briefly describes the function of individual controls. Starting, stopping, driving, and mowing require the combined use of several controls applied in specific sequences. To learn what combination and sequence of controls to use for various tasks see the OPERA TION section.

  • Page 12

    Features & Cofltrols, Reverse Mowing Option (RMO) Mower Height of Cut Adjustment The mower cutting height adjustment lever controls the The Reverse Mowing Option allows for mowing (or use mower cutting height. The mower cutting height can be of other PTO driven attachments) while traveling in reverse.

  • Page 13: Parking Brake Function, Cruise Control Operation, Hourmeter, Volt Power Outlet

    Features & Cefltrols Parking Brake Function Applying the Parking Brake - See Figure 2. To lock the parking brake, release the ground speed pedals (A), fully depress the brake pedal (B), pull UP on the parking brake knob (C), and then release brake pedal. Releasing the Parking Brake - See Figure 2.

  • Page 14: Safety Interlock System, Starting The Engine

    OperatJflg the Tractor General Operating Safety Safety Interlock System Tests Be sure to read all information in the Safety and Operation sections before attempting to operate this unit. Become familiar with all of the controls and how to stop the unit. This unit is equipped with safety interlock switches and other safety devices.

  • Page 15: Stopping The Tractor & Engine, Driving The Tractor, Mowing, Mowing In Reverse

    Operatiflg t heTractor Mowing in Reverse Stopping The Tractor & Engine 1. Return the ground speed control(s) to neutral. If an operator chooses to mow in reverse, the RMO 2. Disengage the PTO and wait for all moving parts to system can be used.

  • Page 16: Mower Deck Removal & Installation

    Operatiflg t heTractor Mower Deck Removal & installation WARNING Engage parking brake, disengage PTO, stop engine and remove key before attempting install or remove the mower. Removing the Mower Deck 1. Park tractor on a hard, level surface such as a concrete floor.

  • Page 17: Adjusting Mower Cutting Height, Attaching A Trailer, Storage

    OperatJflg theTractor Adjusting Mower Cutting Height The cutting height lift lever (A, Figure 7) controls the mower cutting height. The cutting height is has seven positions between approximately 1-1/4" and 4" (3,2-10 cm). Attaching a Trailer Figure 7. Raising & Lowering Mower A.

  • Page 18

    MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE & PROCEDURES The following schedule should be followed for normal care of your tractor and mower. SAFETY iTEMS Before Every 5 Every Every Every Spring Each Hours & Fall Hours Hours Hours Check Safety Interlock System • Check Tractor Brakes Check Mower Blade Stopping Time TRACTOR MAINTENANCE...

  • Page 19: Safety Interlock System Check, Blade Brake Check, Engine Maintenance, Battery Maintenance

    ReguJap M aiflteflaflce Safety interlock System Check Battery Maintenance WARNING Service Interval: Every Fall & Spring Check the function of the safety interlock system using the test procedure found on page 13 of this manual, if When removing or installing battery cables, disconnect the negative cable FIRST and reconnect the tractor fails any of the tests, see your dealer.

  • Page 20: Transmission Identification, Transmission Maintenance, Hood Removal And Installation

    RegularMaintenance Transmission identification To determine what transmission is in your tractor, check the identification tag attached to the axle of the transmission (Figure 11), or check your tractor's parts book. Transmission Maintenance K46 Maintenance The K46 is a sealed unit and does not require regular maintenance.

  • Page 21: Lubrication

    RegularMaiflteflaflce Lubrication Oil: Service IntervaJ: Every 25 Hours * foot pedal rods & brackets Lubricate the unit at the locations shown in Figures 14- 16 as well as the lubrication points listed. Generally, all * draglink moving metal parts should be oiled where contact is , seat adjustment assembly * mower deck height adjustment linkage made with other parts.

  • Page 22

    RegularMaintenance Figure 16. Lubricate Deck Linkage (38" shown) Figure 15. Arbor Lubrication Points Lubricate Rear Axle Shafts Service Interval: Yearly We recommend removing the rear wheel hubs and lubricating the axle shafts yearly. This prevents the wheel hubs from seizing onto the axle shaft and makes future service easier.

  • Page 23: Servicing The Mower Blades

    RegularMaiflteflaflce WARNING For your personal safety, do not handle the sharp mower blades with bare hands. Careless or improper handling of blades may result in serious injury. WARNING For your personal safety, blade mounting capscrews must each be installed with two spring LOOSEN washers or a he×...

  • Page 24: Check & Fill Engine Oil

    RegularMaintenance Check & Fill Engine Oil Service Interval: Before each use, and every 8 hours. 1. Turn the engine off, and set the parking brake to PARK. 2. Clean the area around the dip stick (C, Figure 22 or 23). 3.

  • Page 25: Oil Drain Valve Operation, Change Engine Oil, Change Engine Oil & Filter

    RegularMaintenance Oil Drain Valve Operation 1. Place a suitable container with a 4 quart capacity under the oil drain valve (A, Figure 22 or 23). 2. Loosen or remove the dip stick (C, Figure 22 or 23). 3. Wipe oil drain valve (B, Figure 24) and cover (C) with paper towel or rag.

  • Page 26

    RegularMaintenance Air Filter & Pre-Cieaner Service BRIGGS & STRATTON TWO CYLINDER MODELS Service JntervaJ: Pre-Cleaner: Every 25 hours or as required. Air Filter: Every 50 hours or as required, Replacement interval: Pre-Cleaner: As required. Air Filter: Every 200 hours or once per season, Air FiJter RemovaJ &...

  • Page 27

    RegWPMaintenance Air Filter & Pre-Cieaner Service BRiGGS & STRATTON SINGLE CYLINDER MODELS Service interval: Pre-Cleaner: Every 25 hours or as required. Air FiLter: Every 50 hours or as required, Replacement Interval: Pre-Cleaner: As required. Air Filter: Every 200 hours or once per season. Air Filter Removal &...

  • Page 28: Replace Spark Plug

    RegularMaintenance Replace Spark Plug Service interval: Yearly Spark Plug Gap: .030" (.76ram) Replacement Spark Plug Resistor Spark Plug, Champion RC12YC 1. Stop the engine and allow it to cool. 2. See Figures 31 or 32. Clean the area around the spark plug.

  • Page 29: Troubleshooting, Adjustment & Service

    Troubleshooting, Adjustment, & Service Trou bleshooti A WARNING While normal care and regular maintenance will extend To avoid serious injury, perform maintenance on the life of your equipment, prolonged or constant the tractor or mower only when the engine is may eventually require that service be performed...

  • Page 30

    Troubleshooting, Adjustment, & Service Tractor Troubleshooting Cont. Tractor drive belt slips. Pulleys or belt greasy or oily. Clean as required. Belt stretched or worn. See Dealer. Idler pulley pivot bracket Remove idler pulley bracket, clean and lubricate. "frozen" in declutched position. Brake will not hold.

  • Page 31: Battery Charging, Seat Adjustment, Brake Adjustment

    Troubleshooting, Adjustment, & Service Seat Adjustment The seat can be adjusted forward and back. Move the lever (A, Figure 33), position the seat as desired, and release the lever to lock the seat into position. Battery Charging WARNING Keep open flames and sparks away from the battery;...

  • Page 32: Pto Clutch Adjustment

    Troubleshooting, Adjustment, & Service PTO clutch adjustment WARNING To avoid serious injury, perform adjustments only with engine stopped, key removed and tractor level ground. Check the PTO clutch adjustment after every 250 hours of operation. Also perform the following procedure if the clutch is slipping or will not engage, or if a new clutch has been installed.

  • Page 33: Fuse Replacement, Mower Adjustments, Gauge Wheels

    Troubleshooting, Adjustment, & Service Fuse Replacement The fuse is a 20-amp blade type automotive fuse located behind the battery on the steering tower. Replace only with the same rated fuse, 20-amp. To replace the fuse: 1. Open the hood and locate the fuse holder (B, Figure 36) and fuse (A).

  • Page 34: Checking Tire Pressures, Leveling The Mower

    Troubleshooting, Adjustment, & Service WARNING Before checking mower, shut off PTO and engine, remove the key, and allow all moving high cut '_" parts to stop. Leveling The Mower If the cut is uneven, the mower may need leveling. Unequal or improper tire pressure may also cause an uneven cut.

  • Page 35: Mower Belt Replacement

    Troubleshooting, Adjustment, & Service Mower Belt Replacement BELTS OVER PULLEYS. o avoid damaging belts, DO NOT PRY Note:/t is not necessary to remove the mower to #?staff a new belt. However, for easier access mower can be removed. See Mower Removal in the Operation section. 1.

  • Page 36: Specifications

    SpecHicaBons NOTE: Specifications are correct at time of printing and are subject to change without notice. ENGINE: CHASSIS: LT Series 22 HP* Briggs & Stratton Fuel Tank Cap. Capacity: 3.5 Gallons (13,2 L) Make Briggs & Stratton Rear Wheels Tire Size: 22 x 10 -8 Model Intek Inflation Pressure: 10 psi 068 bar)

  • Page 37

    Some of these items include: For applicable manuals currently available for your Tire Sealant model, contact our Customer Publications Department at Engine Oil 866-313-6682 (Snapper). Have the information listed in Touch-Up Paint Degrimer/Degreaser Grease Gun Kit Gas Stabilizer the box below available when phoning in your request.

  • Page 38

    Snapper, INC. 535 Macon Street McDonough, GA 30253 www.snapper.com Briggs & Stratton Yard Power Products Group Copyright © 2006 Briggs & Stratton Corporation Milwaukee, WI USA. All Rights Reserved...

  • Page 39

    S PER LT=200 Series 38" Mower Decks 1 8.SHP Hydro Tractors Mfg. No. Description IVlfg. N o. Description 1694888 38" Mower Deck 2690440 LT18538, 18.5HP & 38" Mower Deck 2690497 ELT18538, 18.5HP & 38" Mower Deck (CE) 1694977 38" Mower Deck (CE) 2690518 LT18500, 18.5HP 2690577...

  • Page 40: Operating The Tractor, General Operating Safety, Adding Fuel, Attachment Operation In Reverse

    [abme of Contents _i!" i; _ •I_:_ Safety Rules & information ......... Troubleshooting, Adjustment & Service ..28 Troubleshooting the Tractor ........28 identification Numbers ........Troubleshooting the Mower ........29 Safety Decals ............Battery Charging ........... Safety icons ............Seat Adjustment ............

  • Page 41

    SafetyRules & informtm Operating Safety Congratulations on purchasing a superior-quality piece of lawn and garden equipment. Our products are designed and manufactured to meet or exceed all industry standards for safety. Power equipment is only as safe as the operator. If it is misused, or not properly maintained, it can be dangerous! Remember, you are...

  • Page 42

    SafetyRules andinformation, ,peOperation You could be seriously injured or even killed if you use this unit on too steep an incline. Using the unit on a slope that is too steep or where you don't have adequate traction can cause you to lose control or roll over.

  • Page 43

    Safety Rules & lnfomatm Read these safety rules and follow them closely. Failure to obey these rules could result in loss of control of unit, severe personal injury or death to you, or bystanders, or damage to property or equipment. This mowing deck is capable of amputating hands and feet and throwin_'ects.

  • Page 44

    SafetyRuJes a ndIflformtm SLOPE OPERATION WARNING Slopes are a major factor related to loss-of-control and tip- Never operate on slopes greater than 17.6 percent over accidents, which can result in severe injury or death. (10 °) which is a rise of 3-1/2 feet (106 cm) vertically in Operation on all slopes requires extra caution, if you 20 feet (607 cm) horizontally.

  • Page 45

    SafetyRules & information SERVICE AND MAINTENANCE Safe Handling of Gasoline 1. Extinguish all cigarettes, cigars, pipes, and other 13. If the fuel tank must be drained, it should be drained outdoors. sources of ignition. 2. Use only approved gasoline containers. 14.

  • Page 46

    Jdefltificatiofl Numbers fltJfJcatiofl N umbers North American CE Models Mower ID Tag Tracto CE Models .._S_X (Only) Model Description Name/Number Vibration @ Whee_ Vibration @ Seat: "x_._t_J IPa'_dH Simp,ic'ty Mfg.,nc. _L_H Unit MFG Number Unit SERIAL Number I Port WashingtomW| USA 5_/4/_ When contacting your authorized dealer for Mower Deck MFG Number...

  • Page 47

    Safety Decals All DANGER, WARNING, CAUTION and instructional Safety Decals messages on your rider and mower should be carefully This unit has been designed and manufactured to read and obeyed. Personal bodily injury can result when provide you with the safety and reliability you would these instructions are not followed.

  • Page 48

    CE Safety icons, Decals Locations Operating instructions, North American Models, Operating instructions, Part No. 1730170 CE Models, Part No. 1723175 =OR= CE - Danger, Rotating CE - Danger, Rotating Blades Part No. 1720389 Blades, Part No. 1720389 Positions ignition Switch Part No.

  • Page 49

    Features & Controls Figure 1. Controls Control Functions The information below briefly describes the function of individual controls. Starting, stopping, driving, and mowing require the combined use of several controls applied in specific sequences. To learn what combination and sequence of controls to use for various tasks see the OPERA TION section.

  • Page 50

    Features & Cofltrols, Reverse Mowing Option (RMO) Mower Height of Cut Adjustment The mower cutting height adjustment lever controls the The Reverse Mowing Option allows for mowing (or use mower cutting height. The mower cutting height can be of other PTO driven attachments) while traveling in reverse.

  • Page 51

    Features & Cefltrols Parking Brake Function Applying the Parking Brake - See Figure 2. To lock the parking brake, release the ground speed pedals (A), fully depress the brake pedal (B), pull UP on the parking brake knob (C), and then release brake pedal. Releasing the Parking Brake - See Figure 2.

  • Page 52

    OperatJflg the Tractor General Operating Safety Safety Interlock System Tests Be sure to read all information in the Safety and Operation sections before attempting to operate this unit. Become familiar with all of the controls and how to stop the unit. This unit is equipped with safety interlock switches and other safety devices.

  • Page 53

    Operatiflg t heTractor Mowing in Reverse Stopping The Tractor & Engine 1. Return the ground speed control(s) to neutral. If an operator chooses to mow in reverse, the RMO 2. Disengage the PTO and wait for all moving parts to system can be used.

  • Page 54

    Operatiflg t heTractor Mower Deck Removal & installation WARNING Engage parking brake, disengage PTO, stop engine and remove key before attempting install or remove the mower. Removing the Mower Deck 1. Park tractor on a hard, level surface such as a concrete floor.

  • Page 55

    OperatJflg theTractor Adjusting Mower Cutting Height The cutting height lift lever (A, Figure 7) controls the mower cutting height. The cutting height is has seven positions between approximately 1-1/4" and 4" (3,2-10 cm). Attaching a Trailer Figure 7. Raising & Lowering Mower A.

  • Page 56

    MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE & PROCEDURES The following schedule should be followed for normal care of your tractor and mower. SAFETY iTEMS Before Every 5 Every Every Every Spring Each Hours & Fall Hours Hours Hours Check Safety Interlock System • Check Tractor Brakes Check Mower Blade Stopping Time TRACTOR MAINTENANCE...

  • Page 57

    ReguJap M aiflteflaflce Safety interlock System Check Battery Maintenance WARNING Service Interval: Every Fall & Spring Check the function of the safety interlock system using the test procedure found on page 13 of this manual, if When removing or installing battery cables, disconnect the negative cable FIRST and reconnect the tractor fails any of the tests, see your dealer.

  • Page 58

    RegularMaintenance Transmission identification To determine what transmission is in your tractor, check the identification tag attached to the axle of the transmission (Figure 11), or check your tractor's parts book. Transmission Maintenance K46 Maintenance The K46 is a sealed unit and does not require regular maintenance.

  • Page 59

    RegularMaiflteflaflce Lubrication Oil: Service IntervaJ: Every 25 Hours * foot pedal rods & brackets Lubricate the unit at the locations shown in Figures 14- 16 as well as the lubrication points listed. Generally, all * draglink moving metal parts should be oiled where contact is , seat adjustment assembly * mower deck height adjustment linkage made with other parts.

  • Page 60

    RegularMaintenance Figure 16. Lubricate Deck Linkage (38" shown) Figure 15. Arbor Lubrication Points Lubricate Rear Axle Shafts Service Interval: Yearly We recommend removing the rear wheel hubs and lubricating the axle shafts yearly. This prevents the wheel hubs from seizing onto the axle shaft and makes future service easier.

  • Page 61

    RegularMaiflteflaflce WARNING For your personal safety, do not handle the sharp mower blades with bare hands. Careless or improper handling of blades may result in serious injury. WARNING For your personal safety, blade mounting capscrews must each be installed with two spring LOOSEN washers or a he×...

  • Page 62

    RegularMaintenance Check & Fill Engine Oil Service Interval: Before each use, and every 8 hours. 1. Turn the engine off, and set the parking brake to PARK. 2. Clean the area around the dip stick (C, Figure 22 or 23). 3.

  • Page 63

    RegularMaintenance Oil Drain Valve Operation 1. Place a suitable container with a 4 quart capacity under the oil drain valve (A, Figure 22 or 23). 2. Loosen or remove the dip stick (C, Figure 22 or 23). 3. Wipe oil drain valve (B, Figure 24) and cover (C) with paper towel or rag.

  • Page 64

    RegularMaintenance Air Filter & Pre-Cieaner Service BRIGGS & STRATTON TWO CYLINDER MODELS Service JntervaJ: Pre-Cleaner: Every 25 hours or as required. Air Filter: Every 50 hours or as required, Replacement interval: Pre-Cleaner: As required. Air Filter: Every 200 hours or once per season, Air FiJter RemovaJ &...

  • Page 65

    RegWPMaintenance Air Filter & Pre-Cieaner Service BRiGGS & STRATTON SINGLE CYLINDER MODELS Service interval: Pre-Cleaner: Every 25 hours or as required. Air FiLter: Every 50 hours or as required, Replacement Interval: Pre-Cleaner: As required. Air Filter: Every 200 hours or once per season. Air Filter Removal &...

  • Page 66

    RegularMaintenance Replace Spark Plug Service interval: Yearly Spark Plug Gap: .030" (.76ram) Replacement Spark Plug Resistor Spark Plug, Champion RC12YC 1. Stop the engine and allow it to cool. 2. See Figures 31 or 32. Clean the area around the spark plug.

  • Page 67

    Troubleshooting, Adjustment, & Service Trou bleshooti A WARNING While normal care and regular maintenance will extend To avoid serious injury, perform maintenance on the life of your equipment, prolonged or constant the tractor or mower only when the engine is may eventually require that service be performed...

  • Page 68

    Troubleshooting, Adjustment, & Service Tractor Troubleshooting Cont. Tractor drive belt slips. Pulleys or belt greasy or oily. Clean as required. Belt stretched or worn. See Dealer. Idler pulley pivot bracket Remove idler pulley bracket, clean and lubricate. "frozen" in declutched position. Brake will not hold.

  • Page 69

    Troubleshooting, Adjustment, & Service Seat Adjustment The seat can be adjusted forward and back. Move the lever (A, Figure 33), position the seat as desired, and release the lever to lock the seat into position. Battery Charging WARNING Keep open flames and sparks away from the battery;...

  • Page 70

    Troubleshooting, Adjustment, & Service PTO clutch adjustment WARNING To avoid serious injury, perform adjustments only with engine stopped, key removed and tractor level ground. Check the PTO clutch adjustment after every 250 hours of operation. Also perform the following procedure if the clutch is slipping or will not engage, or if a new clutch has been installed.

  • Page 71

    Troubleshooting, Adjustment, & Service Fuse Replacement The fuse is a 20-amp blade type automotive fuse located behind the battery on the steering tower. Replace only with the same rated fuse, 20-amp. To replace the fuse: 1. Open the hood and locate the fuse holder (B, Figure 36) and fuse (A).

  • Page 72

    Troubleshooting, Adjustment, & Service WARNING Before checking mower, shut off PTO and engine, remove the key, and allow all moving high cut '_" parts to stop. Leveling The Mower If the cut is uneven, the mower may need leveling. Unequal or improper tire pressure may also cause an uneven cut.

  • Page 73

    Troubleshooting, Adjustment, & Service Mower Belt Replacement BELTS OVER PULLEYS. o avoid damaging belts, DO NOT PRY Note:/t is not necessary to remove the mower to #?staff a new belt. However, for easier access mower can be removed. See Mower Removal in the Operation section. 1.

  • Page 74

    SpecHicaBons NOTE: Specifications are correct at time of printing and are subject to change without notice. ENGINE: CHASSIS: LT Series 22 HP* Briggs & Stratton Fuel Tank Cap. Capacity: 3.5 Gallons (13,2 L) Make Briggs & Stratton Rear Wheels Tire Size: 22 x 10 -8 Model Intek Inflation Pressure: 10 psi 068 bar)

  • Page 75

    Some of these items include: For applicable manuals currently available for your Tire Sealant model, contact our Customer Publications Department at Engine Oil 866-313-6682 (Snapper). Have the information listed in Touch-Up Paint Degrimer/Degreaser Grease Gun Kit Gas Stabilizer the box below available when phoning in your request.

  • Page 76

    Snapper, INC. 535 Macon Street McDonough, GA 30253 www.snapper.com Briggs & Stratton Yard Power Products Group Copyright © 2006 Briggs & Stratton Corporation Milwaukee, WI USA. All Rights Reserved...

  • Page 77

    S PER LT=200 Series 38" Mower Decks 1 8.SHP Hydro Tractors Mfg. No. Description IVlfg. N o. Description 1694888 38" Mower Deck 2690440 LT18538, 18.5HP & 38" Mower Deck 2690497 ELT18538, 18.5HP & 38" Mower Deck (CE) 1694977 38" Mower Deck (CE) 2690518 LT18500, 18.5HP 2690577...

  • Page 78

    [abme of Contents _i!" i; _ •I_:_ Safety Rules & information ......... Troubleshooting, Adjustment & Service ..28 Troubleshooting the Tractor ........28 identification Numbers ........Troubleshooting the Mower ........29 Safety Decals ............Battery Charging ........... Safety icons ............Seat Adjustment ............

  • Page 79

    SafetyRules & informtm Operating Safety Congratulations on purchasing a superior-quality piece of lawn and garden equipment. Our products are designed and manufactured to meet or exceed all industry standards for safety. Power equipment is only as safe as the operator. If it is misused, or not properly maintained, it can be dangerous! Remember, you are...

  • Page 80

    SafetyRules andinformation, ,peOperation You could be seriously injured or even killed if you use this unit on too steep an incline. Using the unit on a slope that is too steep or where you don't have adequate traction can cause you to lose control or roll over.

  • Page 81

    Safety Rules & lnfomatm Read these safety rules and follow them closely. Failure to obey these rules could result in loss of control of unit, severe personal injury or death to you, or bystanders, or damage to property or equipment. This mowing deck is capable of amputating hands and feet and throwin_'ects.

  • Page 82

    SafetyRuJes a ndIflformtm SLOPE OPERATION WARNING Slopes are a major factor related to loss-of-control and tip- Never operate on slopes greater than 17.6 percent over accidents, which can result in severe injury or death. (10 °) which is a rise of 3-1/2 feet (106 cm) vertically in Operation on all slopes requires extra caution, if you 20 feet (607 cm) horizontally.

  • Page 83

    SafetyRules & information SERVICE AND MAINTENANCE Safe Handling of Gasoline 1. Extinguish all cigarettes, cigars, pipes, and other 13. If the fuel tank must be drained, it should be drained outdoors. sources of ignition. 2. Use only approved gasoline containers. 14.

  • Page 84

    Jdefltificatiofl Numbers fltJfJcatiofl N umbers North American CE Models Mower ID Tag Tracto CE Models .._S_X (Only) Model Description Name/Number Vibration @ Whee_ Vibration @ Seat: "x_._t_J IPa'_dH Simp,ic'ty Mfg.,nc. _L_H Unit MFG Number Unit SERIAL Number I Port WashingtomW| USA 5_/4/_ When contacting your authorized dealer for Mower Deck MFG Number...

  • Page 85

    Safety Decals All DANGER, WARNING, CAUTION and instructional Safety Decals messages on your rider and mower should be carefully This unit has been designed and manufactured to read and obeyed. Personal bodily injury can result when provide you with the safety and reliability you would these instructions are not followed.

  • Page 86

    CE Safety icons, Decals Locations Operating instructions, North American Models, Operating instructions, Part No. 1730170 CE Models, Part No. 1723175 =OR= CE - Danger, Rotating CE - Danger, Rotating Blades Part No. 1720389 Blades, Part No. 1720389 Positions ignition Switch Part No.

  • Page 87

    Features & Controls Figure 1. Controls Control Functions The information below briefly describes the function of individual controls. Starting, stopping, driving, and mowing require the combined use of several controls applied in specific sequences. To learn what combination and sequence of controls to use for various tasks see the OPERA TION section.

  • Page 88

    Features & Cofltrols, Reverse Mowing Option (RMO) Mower Height of Cut Adjustment The mower cutting height adjustment lever controls the The Reverse Mowing Option allows for mowing (or use mower cutting height. The mower cutting height can be of other PTO driven attachments) while traveling in reverse.

  • Page 89

    Features & Cefltrols Parking Brake Function Applying the Parking Brake - See Figure 2. To lock the parking brake, release the ground speed pedals (A), fully depress the brake pedal (B), pull UP on the parking brake knob (C), and then release brake pedal. Releasing the Parking Brake - See Figure 2.

  • Page 90

    OperatJflg the Tractor General Operating Safety Safety Interlock System Tests Be sure to read all information in the Safety and Operation sections before attempting to operate this unit. Become familiar with all of the controls and how to stop the unit. This unit is equipped with safety interlock switches and other safety devices.

  • Page 91

    Operatiflg t heTractor Mowing in Reverse Stopping The Tractor & Engine 1. Return the ground speed control(s) to neutral. If an operator chooses to mow in reverse, the RMO 2. Disengage the PTO and wait for all moving parts to system can be used.

  • Page 92

    Operatiflg t heTractor Mower Deck Removal & installation WARNING Engage parking brake, disengage PTO, stop engine and remove key before attempting install or remove the mower. Removing the Mower Deck 1. Park tractor on a hard, level surface such as a concrete floor.

  • Page 93

    OperatJflg theTractor Adjusting Mower Cutting Height The cutting height lift lever (A, Figure 7) controls the mower cutting height. The cutting height is has seven positions between approximately 1-1/4" and 4" (3,2-10 cm). Attaching a Trailer Figure 7. Raising & Lowering Mower A.

  • Page 94

    MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE & PROCEDURES The following schedule should be followed for normal care of your tractor and mower. SAFETY iTEMS Before Every 5 Every Every Every Spring Each Hours & Fall Hours Hours Hours Check Safety Interlock System • Check Tractor Brakes Check Mower Blade Stopping Time TRACTOR MAINTENANCE...

  • Page 95

    ReguJap M aiflteflaflce Safety interlock System Check Battery Maintenance WARNING Service Interval: Every Fall & Spring Check the function of the safety interlock system using the test procedure found on page 13 of this manual, if When removing or installing battery cables, disconnect the negative cable FIRST and reconnect the tractor fails any of the tests, see your dealer.

  • Page 96

    RegularMaintenance Transmission identification To determine what transmission is in your tractor, check the identification tag attached to the axle of the transmission (Figure 11), or check your tractor's parts book. Transmission Maintenance K46 Maintenance The K46 is a sealed unit and does not require regular maintenance.

  • Page 97

    RegularMaiflteflaflce Lubrication Oil: Service IntervaJ: Every 25 Hours * foot pedal rods & brackets Lubricate the unit at the locations shown in Figures 14- 16 as well as the lubrication points listed. Generally, all * draglink moving metal parts should be oiled where contact is , seat adjustment assembly * mower deck height adjustment linkage made with other parts.

  • Page 98

    RegularMaintenance Figure 16. Lubricate Deck Linkage (38" shown) Figure 15. Arbor Lubrication Points Lubricate Rear Axle Shafts Service Interval: Yearly We recommend removing the rear wheel hubs and lubricating the axle shafts yearly. This prevents the wheel hubs from seizing onto the axle shaft and makes future service easier.

  • Page 99

    RegularMaiflteflaflce WARNING For your personal safety, do not handle the sharp mower blades with bare hands. Careless or improper handling of blades may result in serious injury. WARNING For your personal safety, blade mounting capscrews must each be installed with two spring LOOSEN washers or a he×...

  • Page 100

    RegularMaintenance Check & Fill Engine Oil Service Interval: Before each use, and every 8 hours. 1. Turn the engine off, and set the parking brake to PARK. 2. Clean the area around the dip stick (C, Figure 22 or 23). 3.

  • Page 101

    RegularMaintenance Oil Drain Valve Operation 1. Place a suitable container with a 4 quart capacity under the oil drain valve (A, Figure 22 or 23). 2. Loosen or remove the dip stick (C, Figure 22 or 23). 3. Wipe oil drain valve (B, Figure 24) and cover (C) with paper towel or rag.

  • Page 102

    RegularMaintenance Air Filter & Pre-Cieaner Service BRIGGS & STRATTON TWO CYLINDER MODELS Service JntervaJ: Pre-Cleaner: Every 25 hours or as required. Air Filter: Every 50 hours or as required, Replacement interval: Pre-Cleaner: As required. Air Filter: Every 200 hours or once per season, Air FiJter RemovaJ &...

  • Page 103

    RegWPMaintenance Air Filter & Pre-Cieaner Service BRiGGS & STRATTON SINGLE CYLINDER MODELS Service interval: Pre-Cleaner: Every 25 hours or as required. Air FiLter: Every 50 hours or as required, Replacement Interval: Pre-Cleaner: As required. Air Filter: Every 200 hours or once per season. Air Filter Removal &...

  • Page 104

    RegularMaintenance Replace Spark Plug Service interval: Yearly Spark Plug Gap: .030" (.76ram) Replacement Spark Plug Resistor Spark Plug, Champion RC12YC 1. Stop the engine and allow it to cool. 2. See Figures 31 or 32. Clean the area around the spark plug.

  • Page 105

    Troubleshooting, Adjustment, & Service Trou bleshooti A WARNING While normal care and regular maintenance will extend To avoid serious injury, perform maintenance on the life of your equipment, prolonged or constant the tractor or mower only when the engine is may eventually require that service be performed...

  • Page 106

    Troubleshooting, Adjustment, & Service Tractor Troubleshooting Cont. Tractor drive belt slips. Pulleys or belt greasy or oily. Clean as required. Belt stretched or worn. See Dealer. Idler pulley pivot bracket Remove idler pulley bracket, clean and lubricate. "frozen" in declutched position. Brake will not hold.

  • Page 107

    Troubleshooting, Adjustment, & Service Seat Adjustment The seat can be adjusted forward and back. Move the lever (A, Figure 33), position the seat as desired, and release the lever to lock the seat into position. Battery Charging WARNING Keep open flames and sparks away from the battery;...

  • Page 108

    Troubleshooting, Adjustment, & Service PTO clutch adjustment WARNING To avoid serious injury, perform adjustments only with engine stopped, key removed and tractor level ground. Check the PTO clutch adjustment after every 250 hours of operation. Also perform the following procedure if the clutch is slipping or will not engage, or if a new clutch has been installed.

  • Page 109

    Troubleshooting, Adjustment, & Service Fuse Replacement The fuse is a 20-amp blade type automotive fuse located behind the battery on the steering tower. Replace only with the same rated fuse, 20-amp. To replace the fuse: 1. Open the hood and locate the fuse holder (B, Figure 36) and fuse (A).

  • Page 110

    Troubleshooting, Adjustment, & Service WARNING Before checking mower, shut off PTO and engine, remove the key, and allow all moving high cut '_" parts to stop. Leveling The Mower If the cut is uneven, the mower may need leveling. Unequal or improper tire pressure may also cause an uneven cut.

  • Page 111

    Troubleshooting, Adjustment, & Service Mower Belt Replacement BELTS OVER PULLEYS. o avoid damaging belts, DO NOT PRY Note:/t is not necessary to remove the mower to #?staff a new belt. However, for easier access mower can be removed. See Mower Removal in the Operation section. 1.

  • Page 112

    SpecHicaBons NOTE: Specifications are correct at time of printing and are subject to change without notice. ENGINE: CHASSIS: LT Series 22 HP* Briggs & Stratton Fuel Tank Cap. Capacity: 3.5 Gallons (13,2 L) Make Briggs & Stratton Rear Wheels Tire Size: 22 x 10 -8 Model Intek Inflation Pressure: 10 psi 068 bar)

  • Page 113

    Some of these items include: For applicable manuals currently available for your Tire Sealant model, contact our Customer Publications Department at Engine Oil 866-313-6682 (Snapper). Have the information listed in Touch-Up Paint Degrimer/Degreaser Grease Gun Kit Gas Stabilizer the box below available when phoning in your request.

  • Page 114

    Snapper, INC. 535 Macon Street McDonough, GA 30253 www.snapper.com Briggs & Stratton Yard Power Products Group Copyright © 2006 Briggs & Stratton Corporation Milwaukee, WI USA. All Rights Reserved...

  • Page 115

    S PER LT=200 Series 38" Mower Decks 1 8.SHP Hydro Tractors Mfg. No. Description IVlfg. N o. Description 1694888 38" Mower Deck 2690440 LT18538, 18.5HP & 38" Mower Deck 2690497 ELT18538, 18.5HP & 38" Mower Deck (CE) 1694977 38" Mower Deck (CE) 2690518 LT18500, 18.5HP 2690577...

  • Page 116

    [abme of Contents _i!" i; _ •I_:_ Safety Rules & information ......... Troubleshooting, Adjustment & Service ..28 Troubleshooting the Tractor ........28 identification Numbers ........Troubleshooting the Mower ........29 Safety Decals ............Battery Charging ........... Safety icons ............Seat Adjustment ............

  • Page 117

    SafetyRules & informtm Operating Safety Congratulations on purchasing a superior-quality piece of lawn and garden equipment. Our products are designed and manufactured to meet or exceed all industry standards for safety. Power equipment is only as safe as the operator. If it is misused, or not properly maintained, it can be dangerous! Remember, you are...

  • Page 118

    SafetyRules andinformation, ,peOperation You could be seriously injured or even killed if you use this unit on too steep an incline. Using the unit on a slope that is too steep or where you don't have adequate traction can cause you to lose control or roll over.

  • Page 119

    Safety Rules & lnfomatm Read these safety rules and follow them closely. Failure to obey these rules could result in loss of control of unit, severe personal injury or death to you, or bystanders, or damage to property or equipment. This mowing deck is capable of amputating hands and feet and throwin_'ects.

  • Page 120

    SafetyRuJes a ndIflformtm SLOPE OPERATION WARNING Slopes are a major factor related to loss-of-control and tip- Never operate on slopes greater than 17.6 percent over accidents, which can result in severe injury or death. (10 °) which is a rise of 3-1/2 feet (106 cm) vertically in Operation on all slopes requires extra caution, if you 20 feet (607 cm) horizontally.

  • Page 121

    SafetyRules & information SERVICE AND MAINTENANCE Safe Handling of Gasoline 1. Extinguish all cigarettes, cigars, pipes, and other 13. If the fuel tank must be drained, it should be drained outdoors. sources of ignition. 2. Use only approved gasoline containers. 14.

  • Page 122

    Jdefltificatiofl Numbers fltJfJcatiofl N umbers North American CE Models Mower ID Tag Tracto CE Models .._S_X (Only) Model Description Name/Number Vibration @ Whee_ Vibration @ Seat: "x_._t_J IPa'_dH Simp,ic'ty Mfg.,nc. _L_H Unit MFG Number Unit SERIAL Number I Port WashingtomW| USA 5_/4/_ When contacting your authorized dealer for Mower Deck MFG Number...

  • Page 123

    Safety Decals All DANGER, WARNING, CAUTION and instructional Safety Decals messages on your rider and mower should be carefully This unit has been designed and manufactured to read and obeyed. Personal bodily injury can result when provide you with the safety and reliability you would these instructions are not followed.

  • Page 124

    CE Safety icons, Decals Locations Operating instructions, North American Models, Operating instructions, Part No. 1730170 CE Models, Part No. 1723175 =OR= CE - Danger, Rotating CE - Danger, Rotating Blades Part No. 1720389 Blades, Part No. 1720389 Positions ignition Switch Part No.

  • Page 125

    Features & Controls Figure 1. Controls Control Functions The information below briefly describes the function of individual controls. Starting, stopping, driving, and mowing require the combined use of several controls applied in specific sequences. To learn what combination and sequence of controls to use for various tasks see the OPERA TION section.

  • Page 126

    Features & Cofltrols, Reverse Mowing Option (RMO) Mower Height of Cut Adjustment The mower cutting height adjustment lever controls the The Reverse Mowing Option allows for mowing (or use mower cutting height. The mower cutting height can be of other PTO driven attachments) while traveling in reverse.

  • Page 127

    Features & Cefltrols Parking Brake Function Applying the Parking Brake - See Figure 2. To lock the parking brake, release the ground speed pedals (A), fully depress the brake pedal (B), pull UP on the parking brake knob (C), and then release brake pedal. Releasing the Parking Brake - See Figure 2.

  • Page 128

    OperatJflg the Tractor General Operating Safety Safety Interlock System Tests Be sure to read all information in the Safety and Operation sections before attempting to operate this unit. Become familiar with all of the controls and how to stop the unit. This unit is equipped with safety interlock switches and other safety devices.

  • Page 129

    Operatiflg t heTractor Mowing in Reverse Stopping The Tractor & Engine 1. Return the ground speed control(s) to neutral. If an operator chooses to mow in reverse, the RMO 2. Disengage the PTO and wait for all moving parts to system can be used.

  • Page 130

    Operatiflg t heTractor Mower Deck Removal & installation WARNING Engage parking brake, disengage PTO, stop engine and remove key before attempting install or remove the mower. Removing the Mower Deck 1. Park tractor on a hard, level surface such as a concrete floor.

  • Page 131

    OperatJflg theTractor Adjusting Mower Cutting Height The cutting height lift lever (A, Figure 7) controls the mower cutting height. The cutting height is has seven positions between approximately 1-1/4" and 4" (3,2-10 cm). Attaching a Trailer Figure 7. Raising & Lowering Mower A.

  • Page 132

    MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE & PROCEDURES The following schedule should be followed for normal care of your tractor and mower. SAFETY iTEMS Before Every 5 Every Every Every Spring Each Hours & Fall Hours Hours Hours Check Safety Interlock System • Check Tractor Brakes Check Mower Blade Stopping Time TRACTOR MAINTENANCE...

  • Page 133

    ReguJap M aiflteflaflce Safety interlock System Check Battery Maintenance WARNING Service Interval: Every Fall & Spring Check the function of the safety interlock system using the test procedure found on page 13 of this manual, if When removing or installing battery cables, disconnect the negative cable FIRST and reconnect the tractor fails any of the tests, see your dealer.

  • Page 134

    RegularMaintenance Transmission identification To determine what transmission is in your tractor, check the identification tag attached to the axle of the transmission (Figure 11), or check your tractor's parts book. Transmission Maintenance K46 Maintenance The K46 is a sealed unit and does not require regular maintenance.

  • Page 135

    RegularMaiflteflaflce Lubrication Oil: Service IntervaJ: Every 25 Hours * foot pedal rods & brackets Lubricate the unit at the locations shown in Figures 14- 16 as well as the lubrication points listed. Generally, all * draglink moving metal parts should be oiled where contact is , seat adjustment assembly * mower deck height adjustment linkage made with other parts.

  • Page 136

    RegularMaintenance Figure 16. Lubricate Deck Linkage (38" shown) Figure 15. Arbor Lubrication Points Lubricate Rear Axle Shafts Service Interval: Yearly We recommend removing the rear wheel hubs and lubricating the axle shafts yearly. This prevents the wheel hubs from seizing onto the axle shaft and makes future service easier.

  • Page 137

    RegularMaiflteflaflce WARNING For your personal safety, do not handle the sharp mower blades with bare hands. Careless or improper handling of blades may result in serious injury. WARNING For your personal safety, blade mounting capscrews must each be installed with two spring LOOSEN washers or a he×...

  • Page 138

    RegularMaintenance Check & Fill Engine Oil Service Interval: Before each use, and every 8 hours. 1. Turn the engine off, and set the parking brake to PARK. 2. Clean the area around the dip stick (C, Figure 22 or 23). 3.

  • Page 139

    RegularMaintenance Oil Drain Valve Operation 1. Place a suitable container with a 4 quart capacity under the oil drain valve (A, Figure 22 or 23). 2. Loosen or remove the dip stick (C, Figure 22 or 23). 3. Wipe oil drain valve (B, Figure 24) and cover (C) with paper towel or rag.

  • Page 140

    RegularMaintenance Air Filter & Pre-Cieaner Service BRIGGS & STRATTON TWO CYLINDER MODELS Service JntervaJ: Pre-Cleaner: Every 25 hours or as required. Air Filter: Every 50 hours or as required, Replacement interval: Pre-Cleaner: As required. Air Filter: Every 200 hours or once per season, Air FiJter RemovaJ &...

  • Page 141

    RegWPMaintenance Air Filter & Pre-Cieaner Service BRiGGS & STRATTON SINGLE CYLINDER MODELS Service interval: Pre-Cleaner: Every 25 hours or as required. Air FiLter: Every 50 hours or as required, Replacement Interval: Pre-Cleaner: As required. Air Filter: Every 200 hours or once per season. Air Filter Removal &...

  • Page 142

    RegularMaintenance Replace Spark Plug Service interval: Yearly Spark Plug Gap: .030" (.76ram) Replacement Spark Plug Resistor Spark Plug, Champion RC12YC 1. Stop the engine and allow it to cool. 2. See Figures 31 or 32. Clean the area around the spark plug.

  • Page 143

    Troubleshooting, Adjustment, & Service Trou bleshooti A WARNING While normal care and regular maintenance will extend To avoid serious injury, perform maintenance on the life of your equipment, prolonged or constant the tractor or mower only when the engine is may eventually require that service be performed...

  • Page 144

    Troubleshooting, Adjustment, & Service Tractor Troubleshooting Cont. Tractor drive belt slips. Pulleys or belt greasy or oily. Clean as required. Belt stretched or worn. See Dealer. Idler pulley pivot bracket Remove idler pulley bracket, clean and lubricate. "frozen" in declutched position. Brake will not hold.

  • Page 145

    Troubleshooting, Adjustment, & Service Seat Adjustment The seat can be adjusted forward and back. Move the lever (A, Figure 33), position the seat as desired, and release the lever to lock the seat into position. Battery Charging WARNING Keep open flames and sparks away from the battery;...

  • Page 146

    Troubleshooting, Adjustment, & Service PTO clutch adjustment WARNING To avoid serious injury, perform adjustments only with engine stopped, key removed and tractor level ground. Check the PTO clutch adjustment after every 250 hours of operation. Also perform the following procedure if the clutch is slipping or will not engage, or if a new clutch has been installed.

  • Page 147

    Troubleshooting, Adjustment, & Service Fuse Replacement The fuse is a 20-amp blade type automotive fuse located behind the battery on the steering tower. Replace only with the same rated fuse, 20-amp. To replace the fuse: 1. Open the hood and locate the fuse holder (B, Figure 36) and fuse (A).

  • Page 148

    Troubleshooting, Adjustment, & Service WARNING Before checking mower, shut off PTO and engine, remove the key, and allow all moving high cut '_" parts to stop. Leveling The Mower If the cut is uneven, the mower may need leveling. Unequal or improper tire pressure may also cause an uneven cut.

  • Page 149

    Troubleshooting, Adjustment, & Service Mower Belt Replacement BELTS OVER PULLEYS. o avoid damaging belts, DO NOT PRY Note:/t is not necessary to remove the mower to #?staff a new belt. However, for easier access mower can be removed. See Mower Removal in the Operation section. 1.

  • Page 150

    SpecHicaBons NOTE: Specifications are correct at time of printing and are subject to change without notice. ENGINE: CHASSIS: LT Series 22 HP* Briggs & Stratton Fuel Tank Cap. Capacity: 3.5 Gallons (13,2 L) Make Briggs & Stratton Rear Wheels Tire Size: 22 x 10 -8 Model Intek Inflation Pressure: 10 psi 068 bar)

  • Page 151

    Some of these items include: For applicable manuals currently available for your Tire Sealant model, contact our Customer Publications Department at Engine Oil 866-313-6682 (Snapper). Have the information listed in Touch-Up Paint Degrimer/Degreaser Grease Gun Kit Gas Stabilizer the box below available when phoning in your request.

  • Page 152

    Snapper, INC. 535 Macon Street McDonough, GA 30253 www.snapper.com Briggs & Stratton Yard Power Products Group Copyright © 2006 Briggs & Stratton Corporation Milwaukee, WI USA. All Rights Reserved...

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