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Honda TL5040 Operator's Manual

Honda rotary tiller for multi-purpose tractor with category 0 3-point hitch.
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OPERATOR'S MANUAL
ROTARY TILLER TL5040
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MULTI-PURPOSE TRACTOR
with
CATEGORY 0 3-POINT HITCH
HONDA DEALER: PLEASE GIVE THIS PUBLICATION TO YOUR CUSTOMER
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50368
(9105)
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1991 American Honda Motor Co.. Inc.
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    OPERATOR’S MANUAL ROTARY TILLER TL5040 MULTI-PURPOSE TRACTOR with CATEGORY 0 3-POINT HITCH HONDA DEALER: PLEASE GIVE THIS PUBLICATION TO YOUR CUSTOMER 50368 (9105) I I I I I I I I I I I I I I l l HIC 3753894 1991 American Honda Motor Co..

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Safety Labels ... TRACTOR PREPARATION ... Hitch Front Counterweight Tire Pressure DEALER ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS DEALER CHECK LISTS ATT' A CHING TILLER TO THE TRACTOR TILLER ADJUSTMENTS Depth Adjustment Rear Shield Adjustment THREE POINT HITCH ADJUSTMENTS Height Adjustment ... Upper Link Adjustment ...

  • Page 5

    No part of this publication may be reproduced without written permission. This manual is considered a permanent part of the Rotary Tiller and it must stay with the Tiller if resold. READ THIS OPERATORS MANUAL CAREFULLY. Pay special attention to these symbols and instructions that follow: Indicates serious injury or death WILL result if instructions are not followed.

  • Page 6: Introduction And Description

    Always wear sturdy shoes and avoid wearing bulky or loose clothing while operating equipment. DESCRIPTION The TL5040 is a light duty rotary tiller that is necessary designed for use on Honda's Multi-Purpose Tractors. The tiller is designed to be powered by the (type 0,2000 R.P.M.) rear Power Take Off (PTO),...

  • Page 7: General Tiller Safety

    Know these requirements before you operate the Rotary Tiller. To avoid injury or tiller damage, do not allow anyone to stand on or ride on the tiller. To avoid injury from rotating parts or thrown objects, do not stand or allow others to stand near the tiller while it is operating.

  • Page 8: Maintenance Safety

    MAINTENANCE SAFETY Before performing maintenance /inspection, read the instructions thoroughIy. Before cleaning inspecting or sevicing the tiller or the tractor be sure to: O f f (PTO) move the Power Take "OFF" position. lower the tiller to the ground. stop the engine and remove the key.

  • Page 9: Safety Labels

    Fig. 1 Universal joints can damaged lift angle is excessive and PTO is engaged. Adjust tractor lift linkage hydraulic Fig. KEEP AWAY FROM ROTATING TINES Rotating tines will cause injury Fig. before Fill Gearbox with oil each use to prevent gearbox damage.

  • Page 10: Dealer Assembly Instructions

    6 Check gearbox oil level per instructions in LUBRICATION section. 7 Make certain labels 8 Check the tiller tine bolts to ensure they are tight. Torque to 73 ft. lbs. (10.1 9 Apply a coating of grease to the telescoping parts of the driveline Fig.

  • Page 11: Dealer Check Lists

    PRE-DELIVERY CHECK LIST after Show customer how to make adjustments. Explain importance of lubrication to customer and point out lubrication points on tiller. Give this Operator's Manual to the customer and ask customer to become familiar with all sections of it.

  • Page 12: Att' A Ching Tiller To The Tractor

    Shortening the lift rod will raise the right side of the tiller, lengthening the lift rod will lower the right side of the tiller Fig. 12. Adjust the hitch top link to make tiller parallel with the ground (front to rear).

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  • Page 14: Tiller Adjustments

    TILLER ADJUSTMENTS DEPTH ADJUSTMENT a) Position the tiller skids (one on each side)to the desired tilling depth. b) T O adjust, raise the tiller the ground and block it securely in position. Loosen the skid pivot bolt. c) Remove the adjusting bolt. Pivot the skid to the desired depth position hole, reinstall the adjusting bolt and tighten securely.

  • Page 15: Three Point Hitch Adjustments

    Reduce engine RPM to &Out throttles then increase engine RPM to full throttle. bites the tiller tines take in the soil. a slow ground Drive forward slowly as you lower the tiller to the ground. engage the rear...

  • Page 16: Transporting

    TRANSPORTING When the tiller is in the fully raised (transport) position, the maximum operating angles of the driveline universal joints are exceeded. Do not engage the PTO when the tiller is in the transport position. DETACHING TILLER FROM TRACTOR Lower the tiller to the ground. Turn off the engine, remove the key and apply the tractor brakes.

  • Page 17: Lubrication

    28 AGMA 8EP Ind gear oil or SAE Grease lltllng Fig. 26 tiller With tiller level, remove oil With tiller level, GL 5 gear oil (when the first oil is unavailable) SAE 90 or 80 W - 90...

  • Page 18: Troubleshooting

    Tiller is tilted towards the rear wrapped around rotor Foreign material AGMA 8EP Ind gear oil or SAE Proper torque for metric fasteners used on TL 5040 Tiller. Recommended Toraue in Foot Pounds (Newton Meters).* 21 I (286) ( 5 6 6 )

  • Page 19: Parts Listing

    PARTS LISTING...

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    ~~~~ DESCRIPTION PTO SHIELD SHAFETY PIN DIAM. 3 LIFT PIN CAT 0 SCREW M12x80 MAST SUPPORT MAST BRACE MAST SPACER SPRING WASHER DIAM. 12 NUT M12 L. NUT M12x1,25 H SCREW M12x1,25x35 RH GEARBOX HALF CLAMP REAR SHIELD CHAIN HOOK LH GEARBOX HALF CLAMP OIL PLUG 3 8 "...

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    DESCRIPTION YOKE CROSS JOURNAL ASS. ClRCLlP GREASE NIPPLE YOKE FOR TUBE FLEXIBLE PIN CARDAN TUBE CARDAN TUBE OUTER TUBE YOKE YOKE CONE WITH COLLAR SAFETY TUBE SAFETY TUBE HALF SHAFT HALF SHAFT HALF SHAFT HALF SHAFT HALF SAFETY GUARD HALF SAFETY GUARD SAFETY GUARD REF.

  • Page 25: Warranty Service

    WARRANTY SERVICE OWNER SATISFACTION Your satisfaction and goodwill are important to your dealer and to us. All Honda warranty details are explained in the Distributor's Limited Warranty. Normally, any problems concerning the product will be handled by your dealer's service department. If you have a warranty problem that has not been handled to your satisfaction, we suggest you take the following action: Discuss your problem with a member of dealership management.

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