KNOW YOUR SNOW THROWER
Read this owner's manual and safety rules before operating your snow thrower,
Compare the illustration below with your snow thrower to familiarize yourself with the various controls and their locations.
CHUTE TILT HANDLE
Pivots the Upper Chute up or
to control the angle and distance of discharge.
CRANK ROD Rotates the Lower and Upper Chutes to
control the direction of discharge.
Used to lift or lower the snow thrower
LIFT RELEASE TRIGGER
Releases the lock which
holds the snow thrower in the transport
UPPER AND LOWER DISCHARGE
and height of snow discharge.
Replaceable plate that absorbs
wear and impact from contact with ground.
Controls amount of clearance between
the scraper plate and the ground.
SPIRAL AUGER, R.H. & L.H. Feed snow to the
impeller fan at the center of the housing.
Use the end of assembly checklist to verify that all
instructions have been properly completed.
Make sure the skid shoes are adjusted to maintain
between the snow
thrower and the type of surface to be cleared.
(Refer to the Service and Adjustments
Make sure the tractor engine has the correct oil for
(SAE 5W-30). Refer to tractor
The tractor should be sitting with the engine
running at full throttle. Move the attachment
to the engaged position,
starting the snow thrower
before the tractor clutch is engaged.
To stop the snow thrower, disengage
clutch lever for manual clutches
clutch switch for electric clutches.
Refer to your
tractor owner's manual
HOW TO USE YOUR SNOW
Never direct discharge
towards bystanders or windows. Do not
allow anyone in front of unit.
To control the direction snow is thrown, the dis-
charge chute has 180 degrees of rotation. Turn the
crank rod clockwise to rotate the chute to the right.
Turn the crank rod counterclockwise to rotate the
chute to the left.
To control the distance snow is thrown, the upper
section of the discharge chute pivots up and down.
Push forward on the chute tilt handle to pivot the
chute down, decreasing
the distance snow is
thrown. Pull back on the handle to pivot the chute
up, increasing the distance
snow is thrown.