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Storage; Specifications - Craftsman ZTS 7500 Operator's Manual

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STORAGE
Before Storage
Before you store your unit for the off-season, read the
Maintenance and Storage instructions in the Safety
Rules section, then perform the following steps:
• Turn the mower blades OFF, set the ground speed
control levers to START / PARK, & remove the key
from the ignition switch.
• Check all fluid levels. Check all maintenance items.
• Battery life will be increased if it is removed, put in a
cool, dry place and fully charged about once a
month. If the battery is left in the unit, disconnect the
negative cable.
It is important to prevent gum deposits from forming in
the essential fuel system parts such as the carburetor,
fuel filter, fuel line, and fuel tank during storage. Also,
alcohol blended fuels (called gasohol or using ethanol or
methanol) can attract moisture which leads to the
separation and formation of acids during storage. Acidic
gas can damage the fuel system of an engine while in
storage.
To avoid engine problems use fuel stabilizer, especially
before storage of 30 days or longer.
WARNING
Never store the unit (with fuel) in an enclosed,
poorly ventilated structure.
Fuel vapors can
travel to an ignition source (such as a furnace,
water heater, etc.) and cause an explosion.
Fuel vapor is also toxic to humans and animals.
After Storage
Before starting the unit after it has been stored:
• Check all fluid levels. Check all maintenance items.
• Fill with FRESH fuel.
• After starting, allow the engine to warm before
operating.
NOTE: Specifications
are correct at time of printing and are subject to change without notice.
ENGINE:
Make
Model
Horsepower
Displacement
Electrical System
Oil Capacity
Briggs & Stratton
Intek
20 @ 3600 rpm
30.59 Cu. in (501cc)
12 Volt, 9 amp. Alternator, Battery: 340 CCA
44 Oz. (1.3 L) w/o filter;
48 Oz. (1.42 L) w/filter
TRANSMISSION:
Type
Hydro-Gear
EZT ZC-AHBB-2A7B-1DPX
Hydraulic Fluid
20w 50 Premium Engine Oil
Continuous
Torque
115 ft. Ibs.
Output
Maximum
Weight
340 Ibs
per Axle
CHASSIS:
Fuel Tank
RearWheels
Front Wheels
Capacity: 3.25 Gallons (12,3 L)
Tire Size: 18 x 8.5 -8
Inflation Pressure: 10-12 psi (,69-,83 bar)
Tire Size: 11 x 4-5
Inflation Press.: 18-20 psi (1,24-1,30 bar)
The gross power
rating
for individual
gas engine
models
is labeled
in accordance
with SAE (Society
of Automotive
Engineers)
code J1940
(Small
Engine
Power & Torque Rating
Procedure),
and rating
performance
has been
obtained
and corrected
in
accordance
with SAE J1995
(Revision
2002-05).
Torque values
are derived
at 3060 RPM, horsepower
values
are derived
at 3600
RPM. Actual
gross
engine
power
will be lower and is affected
by, among
other things,
ambient
operating
conditions
and engine-to-
engine
variability.
Given both
the wide array of products
on which engines
are placed
and the variety
of environmental
issues
applicable
to operating
the equipment,
the gas engine
will not develop
the rated gross
power
when used in a given piece of power
equipment
(actual
"on-site"
or net horsepower).
This difference
is due to a variety
of factors
including,
but not limited
to,
accessories
(air cleaner,
exhaust,
charging,
cooling,
carburetor,
fuel pump,
etc.), application
limitations,
ambient
operating
conditions
(temperature,
humidity,
altitude),
and engine-to-engine
variability,
Due to manufacturing
and capacity
limitations,
Briggs
& Stratton
may substitute
an engine
of higher
rated power
for this Series
engine.
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