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SEARS, ANDCO.U.S.A.
L I MI T E D , C P T N A D A
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M A T E R I A L SR E O U I R E D

1 . 1 1 2 " S o c k e t ,o p e n o r b o x w r e n c h
2 . 9 1 1 6 " S o c k e t ,O p e no r b o x w r e n c h
3. Screw Driver
4. AdjustableWrench
5 . F u n n e l( F o r G a s& O i l )
6 . S . A . E .3 0 O i l - F o r S e r v i c eS C ,S D , o r M S 1 - 3 / 4 P i n t s
7 . G a s( R e g u l a r )L e a d e do r N o n - L e a d e d
8 . C l e a n i n gR a g
R U L E SF O R S A F E O P E R A T I O N
1. HANDLE PANEL ATTACHMENT

The handle paneris attachedby


sridingit down over
Your strict observanceof the foilowing the handle bracketson the chassisand
rutes wifl instailingthe
m i n i m i z e t h e p o s s i b i r i t yo f s e r i o u s four carriageborts in the rowerhores
injury. pLEASE of the handrepa-
READ THEM CAREFULLY. nel. The bofts will be found in the
hardwarebag.

Do not start the engineunressthe shift


reveris in the
neutralposition.

Do not stand in front of the spader


whirestartingthe
engine.

Do not placefeet and handson or near


the tines when
s t a r t i n gt h e e n g i n eo r w h i l e t h e e n g i n ei s
running.
Do not reavethe spaderunattended
with the engine
running.
Do not wark in front of the spader
whire the engineis
running.

Do not run the enginewhire indoors.


Exhaustgasses
are deadlypoisonous.

when any maintenance or adjustmentsare beingmade,


removethe spark plug wire for added
safety.
Be careful not to touch the muffrer
after the engine
has been running.

Do not atow sma, chirdren


or adurtswho have not
read these safety rules to operate
the spader.
when the spader is put away after
use,park it in such
a way that the tinesare not rikery
to be failen upon or
b u m p e da g a i n s bt y c h i l d r e n .

ASSEMBLY

To prepareyour Roto-spader
for operation,the for-
fowing stepsare necessary:

1 . H a n d l ep a n e la t t a c h m e n t
2. Throttle Control Attachment
3. Drive Controf LinkageConnections
4. Stabilizer& StakeAttachment
5. Tine Adjustment
6. HandleAdjustment
7. Drive Control LinkageAdjustment
8. EngineOperation H a n d l ep a n e la t t a c h m e n t

Before any step is undertaken,


the instructionsfor
that step should be readthrough.
2. T H R O T T L E C O N T R O LA T T A C H M E N T

Route the throttle control cableinsidethe lower right


handlebracketand up to attachto the carburetor.In-
sert the end of the cablewire into the carburetorcon-
trol arm and placethe cableunderthe clamp as shown
below. Movethe throttle control on the handlebar to
t h e f u l l c h o k ep o s i t i o n .

T i g h t e nt h e c o n t r o lc a b l ec l a m p .I n s u r et h a t t h e t h r o t -
tle control handleand the carburetorarm movefree-
ly.

3. D R I V E C O N T R O LL I N K A G E C O N N E C T I O N S

The lower control rod is attachedto rear of the Roto-


Spaderchassis.The upper control rod is attachedto
the handle panel assemblyand is shippedwith a wing
nut, a lock washer,and a turnbuckleassembled to the
l o w e r e n d . T o c o n n e c t t h e l i n k a g e :l o o s e nt h e w i n g
nut & screwit up the rod (awayfrom the turnbuckle),
a p p r o x i m a t e l y3 1 4 o f a n i n c h .A d j u s t t h e t u r n - b u c k l e
on the upper rod until the end of the rod just enters D r i v eC o n t r o lL i n k a g eC o n n e c t i o n
the openslot in the turnbuckle.Placethe shift leverin
the "N", neutral position. Positionthe lower control
rod in the lower end of the turnbuckle.Turn the turn-
4. STABILIZERAND STAKEATTACHMENT
buckle in a clock-wisedirection until the end of the
lower control rod appearsin the slot in the turnbuck- The stabilizerpivot pin is attachedto the stabilizer.
l e .D O N O T A T T E M P TT O A D J U S TT H E C O N T R O L Removethe pin from the stabilizer, insertthe stabi-
A T T H I ST I M E . lizer,in the openingin the rearof the chassis,Install
the pivot pin through the chassis & stabilizer.The sta- 6. HANDLE ADJUSTMENT
bilizer lock pin is shippedas a loosepart in the stabi-
l i z e rb o x . I n s t a l l t h i sp i n ( w i t h t h e l o n g e n d t o t h e l e f t ) The handle assemblyis adjustableto three positons;
in the storagehole as indicatedin the drawing.In this high, central, and low. Your Roto-Spaderhas been
positionthe stabilizeris allowedto swingfrom sideto shippedwith the adjustmentin the central position.
s i d e f o r n o r m a lt i l l i n g & c u l t i v a t i n gW . h e nu s i n gS e a r s The handle height may be changedto satisfy indivi-
Roto-Spaderattachments,the stabilizer is locked in dual operator preferenceby looseningthe four bolts
the central,non-swinging positionby movingthe lock which attachthe handlebracketsto the chassis.Loos-
pin forward to the locking hole. The folding drag en the rear bolts approximatelyone turn, loosenthe
stake is attached to the stabilizer by inserting it front bolts approximatelyf ive turns to insurethat the
through the slots in the stabilizerand securingit with s h o u l d e ro n t h e b o l t i s c l e a ro f t h e i n d e xh o l e si n t h e
the clevispin and hair pin provided.Referto the draw- chassis.Positionthe handlesto the desiredposition
ing for properdragstakeorientation. a n d t i g h t e na l l f o u r b o l t s .

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o// With the handlesadjustedto the proper height,place
the shift leveron the handleassemblyso that it can
e n t e r t h e f o r w a r d ( F ) s l o t . N o w a d j u s tt h e t u r n b u c k l e
on the control rod in a counter-clockwise direction.As
t h e t u r n b u c k l ei s a d j u s t e dt h e s h i f t l e v e rw i l l b e p u l l e d
toward the bottom of the forward slot. Properadjust-
ment will be reachedwhenthe shift lever is approxi-
mately 1/8 inch from the bottom of the slot. Tighten
S t a b i l i z ear n d S t a k eA t t a c h m e n t the wing nut on the upper control rod againstthe turn-
b u c k l e .T o c h e c kt h e a d j u s t m e n tD , I S C O N N E C TT H E
S P A R KP L U G W I R E F R O M T H E S P A RK P L U GO N
5. TINE ATTACHMENT T H E E N G I N E . P u l l t h e s h i f t l e v e rf i r m l y i n t o t h e
reversepositon(R)and lower it to the neutral (N) po-
The right hand and left hand tine assemblies must be
sition. Stand at the side of the Roto-Spaderand pull
attachedto the machineas shown below. Securethem
the engine start rope. lf proper adjustmenthas been
t o t h e a x l e s h a f t w i t h t h e c l e v i sp i n s a n d h a i r p i n s .
T h e t i n e s a r e l e t t e r e d" L " a n d " R " . T h e r i g h t s i d ei s madethe tineswill not rotate. NOTE: Normal wearof
the side of the Roto-Spaderthat is on the operators the drive componentswith constantusagecan cause
r i g h tw h e n s t a n d i n gb e h i n dt h e m a c h i n ei n t h e n o r m a l the initial adjustmentto change.lf re-adjustmentis in-
operatingposition. dicated, follow the above procedure.lf the handle
height adiustment is changed,the drive mntrol link-
age must be adiusted as per the above procedure.

8. E N G I N EO P E R A T I O N

Readthe enginemanual providedby the engineman-


ufacturerand includedwith your instructionmaterials.

(1) FILLTHE CRANKCASEWITH OIL.


Usea high quality detergentoil classified "For Service
SC or SD or MS". Nothing should be addedto the re-
c o m m e n d e do i l .

For temperaturesover 40oF. useS.A.E.-30 Oil.


D I R E C T I O N S :W i t h t h e e n g i n el e v e l ,r e m o v et h e o i l
f i l l e r p l u g .F i l l t h e o i l s u m pt o o v e r f l o w i n gP
. o u rs l o w -
l y . C a p a c i t y :1 - 3 l 4 p i n t s .
( 2 1F I L L F U E L T A N K . the wheelsareaboutfour inchesfrom the groundwhen
the tines and stakeare restingon the ground.This set-
Useclean,fresh,leadedor non-leaded"Regular" grade
t i n g w i l l p e r m i t a w o r k i n gd e p t h o f a b o u t f o u r i n c h e s
a u t o m o t i v eg a s o l i n e F
. i l l t a n k c o m p l e t e l y !D O N O T
MIX OIL WITH GASOLINE! when the engine is set to run at about 3/4 throttle.
Whenpresettingthe workingdepth,the handlesshould
TO STARTTHE ENGINE: be a little above waist height becausethe complete
(1) Choke engine.Move control as far as possibleto- spaderwill be lower when the tines and stake pene-
ward choke position. trate the ground. The best handlesetting is at waist
(21 Placethe Roto-Spadershift lever in the neutral levelwhile the spaderis beingused.The abovesettings
"N" position. must be adjustedto meet the conditions of the soil to
( 3 ) C A U T I O N :B E S U R E N O O N E t S S T A N D T N G be worked. The best method of operationwill be de-
IN FRONT OF THE ROTO.SPADEW R HILE THE t e r m i n e db y t h e s o i l c o n d i t i o n . I n s o m es o i l s ,t h e d e -
E N G I N El S R U N N I N GO R B E I N GS T A R T E D S . tand sired depth is obtainedthe first time over the garden.
at the side of the Roto-Spader,graspthe handleand In other soils,the desireddepth is obtainedby going
p u l l o u t c o r d r a p i d l y . R e t u r n i t s l o w l yt o t h e e n g i n e . over the gardentwo or three times. In the latter case,
Repeatif necessary. the stake should be lowered before each succeeding
passoverthe garden,and passes should be madeacross
TO STOP ENGINE: Movecontrol leverto "Stop" po-
the length and width of the gardenalternately.Rocks
sition.
which are turned up shouldbe removedfrom the gar-
den area.
HOW TO USE YOUR ROTO.SPADER

The Roto-Spaderis a precisionbuilt machinedesigned


for seedbed preparation,cultivating,furrowing,com-
p o s t i n g ,a n d m u l c h i n g .l t i s e n g i n e e r e d
to minimize
the hardestwork in the vegetableor flower garden,to
till the soil for plantingand cultivating,and for per-
forming many other useful labor savingtasks in the
garden.

T R A N S P O R TW H E EL A N D S T A K E A D J U S T M E N T : Shollow di9 forr


fottord
The spaderis shipped with the wheelsadjustedsuch
that the unit sits level.Duringdigging,as the tinesen-
ter the groundand thelront of the spaderlowers,the :--t Dccp dig rlow
forword
wheelsmust be raisedto level the unit. This is essen- Stokc poinl murt
tial for proper engineoperation.This adjustmentis f or word

made by removingthe latch pin from the wheel yoke.


When the pin is replaced,rotate it until it passes C U L T I V A T I N G : F o r c u l t i v a t i n ga , t w o t o t h r e ei n c h
depth is desirable.Settingthe wheelsand stakeso that
through the slot in the chassis.The working depth of
the spaderis determinedby the positionof the stake. the wheelsare about 2 inchesabovethe ground,while
Remove the stake pin to raise or lower the stake. the spaderis restingon the tines and stake,will allow
the machinetowork at cultivatingdepth. The throttle
C O N T R O L L I N GS P E E DA N D S P A D I N GA C T I O N : shoufd be set f rom 1/3 to 2/3 for good cu ltivation at a
The Stake acts as a brake for the spaderand controls slow walking speed.
the depth and speedat which the machinewill ope- With standardtines,the working width of the machine
rate.By increasingthe depth of the stake,the forward is 26 inches.Forcultivatin,this may be reducedto 14
speedof the machineis reduced,and the workingdepth inches by removingthe outer tines. The outer tine
is increased.When the stake is raised,the working bladescan be removedand reinstalledso all bladetips
depth of the machineis reducedand the forward speed a r e i n w a r d .T h i s w i l l r e d u c et i l l i n g w i d t h b y a p p r o x i -
is increased.The working depth of the machinemay be mately 5 inchesand will make it easierto cultivate
predeterminedby settingthe stakeand wheelsso that closeto plantswithout endangeringroot structure.
In layingout plant rows be sureto allow enoughwidth undernormalconditions.Cleaneveryfew hours under
to permit cultivation between the rows. In growing extremelydusty conditions.
crosscultivationand practicallyeliminatehand hoeing.
(1) Removescrew
The Roto-Spaderhasmany i.rses other than tilling and
cultivatinga garden. One of theseis the preparationof Ql Removeair cleanercarefully to prevent dirt
lawn area for seeding.The spaderwill preparea deep from enteringthe carburetor.
( 3 ) T a k eA i r C l e a n ea r p a r ta n d c l e a n .
seed bed which will be free of hard untilled spots,
(a) Wash foam element in keroseneor a li-
allowing a better standof grassto grow. The spaderis
very usefulfor looseninghard soil for excavationwith quid detergentant water to removedirt.
(b) Dry foam completely by wrapping and
a shovel.No tedioushand pick work will be necessary.
s q u e e z i n ign a c l o t h .
Your Roto-Spadermay be usedfor mixing compost ( c ) S o a kf o a m w i t h e n g i n eo i l .
i n t h e p i l e ,o r f o r m i x i n gi t w i t h t h e s o i l i n y o u r g a r d - Squeezeto distribute.
en. This should be done after the soil hasbeenbroken l4l Reassemble parts and fastento carburetor.
to the full working depth. The compost should be
worked in to a depth of six to eight inches.This may S P A R KP L U G :
be done by working the lengthof the garden,and then Clean spark plug and reset gap at ".030" every 100
by making a separatepassacrossits width. The addi- hours of operation.
tion of decayedorganic matter will substantiallyin-
creasethe fertility of your.garden.For proper decay- T R A N S MI S S I O N :
ing action, fertilizer should be appliedand worked in
Check the lubricant in the transmissionat the begin-
with the mulch materials.The breaking up of the
ning of eachseason.With the latch pin in the top hole
leavesand straw and the mixing of it with the top sev-
of the wheel adjustmentyoke and the wheelssetting
e r a li n c h e s o fs o i l c a u s e s t hseo i l t o h o l d m o i s t u r el o n g -
on a 2 x 4 or a suitableprop approximately 1-112"
er and allows proper aeration of the plant rood sys-
thick, removethe pipe plug at the front of the trans-
tem. This also retards the growth of weeds.
mission.When the pipe plug is removedthe lubricant
The U. S. Departmentof Agricultureand variousState should be levelwith the bottom of the pipe plug hole.
offer publishedbookletsand expert
and local agencies T h i s i s t h e m i n i m u m l e v e l .A l l o w t h e h i g hv i s c o s i t yo i l
adviceon all phasesof gardening.They should be con- enoughtime to flow forward.
sulted regardingsoil information, planting dates,and
l f t h e l e v e l i s t o o l o w , a d d S . A . E .1 4 0 E P H y p o i d O i l
the most satisfactoryvarietiesof crops for your par-
(Catafogue No. 785.290140 for one pound can) until
ticular area.
the proper levelis reached.
T R A N S P O R T I N GT H E S P A D E R :W h e nt h e s p a d e irs
STORAGE:
being moved to or from the garden,the stakeshould
be pivoted forward until it engagesthe stake retainer lf the spaderis not to be usedfor a while, the Engine
clip. The machinemay be movedunder its own pow- Manual should be read for storageinstruction. The
ar, without damaginggrassareasas long as it is al- tines, stake, transmission,and wheels should be
lowed to move freely. lf the operator holds back, it cleanedof all dirt. lt is very important that the unit be
will stan to dig. stored in a level position to preventengineoil from
d r a i n i n gi n t o t h e c y l i n d e rh e a dc a v i t y .
CARE AND MAINTENANCE Engineson spadersto be stored over 30 days should
E N GI N E O I L : completely drained of fuel to prevent gum deposits
forming on essentialcarburetorparts,and tank.
Changethe oil after the first 5 hours of operation.
(a) All fuel should be removed from fuel tank.
Thereafter,changethe oil after every 25 hours of op-
R u nt h e e n g i n eu n t i l i t s t o p sf r o m l a c k o f f u e l .
eration.Changethe oil when the engineis warm.
T h e s m a l la m o u n t o f f u e l t h a t r e m a i n si n t h e
AIR CLEANER: sump of the tank should then be removedby
Clean air cleanerand re-oil element every 25 hours absorbingit with a cleandry cloth.
(b) R e m o v es p a r k p l u g , p o u r 1 o u n c e ( 2 o r 3 R ATTACHMENTS
ROTO.SPADE
t a b l e s p o o n so)f S . A . E . - 3 0o i l i n t o c y l i n d e ra n d
c r a n ks l o w l yt o d i s t r i b u t eo i l .
Replacespark plug.
( c ) C l e a nd i r t a n d c h a f f f r o m c y l i n d e r , c y l i n d e r
headfins and blower housing.
MODEL 785.290220 Hi LLE R/F U RROWER
E N G I N ER E M O V A L A N D A S S E M B L Y :

lf at any time, the engineis removedfrom the chassis,


by removingthe four mounting bolts, the following
assemblyprocedure must be used to align the clutch
parts properly.
( 1 ) W i t h t h e d r i v e c l u t c h i n p l a c eo n t h e e n g i n e
shaft, rest the enginein placeon the spader.
I n s e r t t h e5 / 1 6 i n c h m o u n t i n gb o l t s ,a n d p l a c e
the 5/16 inch washerand locknut on them.
Turn the nuts until there is 1/16 inch clear-
ance betweenthe nut and the engine.Do not
tighten them yet.
(21 With the shift lever in the "N" neutral posi-
tion, adjust the turnbuckleon the control rod
u n t i l t h e e n g i n eb a s ei s a p p r o x i m a t e l y1 1 1 6 "
abovethe mountingsurfaceof the chassis.
( 3 ) P i v o t t h e e n g i n e ,w i t h i n t h e l i m i t s o f t h e Furrower
mounting bolts, to assureproperalignmentof
the two clutch parts.
(4) With the shift leverin the sameposition ("N"
neutral),tightenthe nutson the enginemount-
ing bolts.
(5) Re-adjustthe control as in Step No. 7 under
AssemblyI nstructions.

S E A R S GU A R A N T E E

Duringthe first ninety days, We will


r e p a i ry o u r R o t o - S p a d e rf,r e e o f c h a r g e ,
i f d e f e c t i v ei n m a t e r i aol r w o r k m a n s h i p .
l n a d d i t i o n , d u r i n g t h e f i r s t Y e a r ,w e
will replaceany broken tines free of Hi l l e r
charge.
T h i s g u a r a n t e es e r v i c ei s a v a i l a b l eb y
s i m p l y c o n t a c t i n ga n y o f o u r s t o r e so r
s e r v i c e c e n t e r s t h r o u g h o u tt h e U n i t e d F o r m a k i n gp l a n t i n gf u r r o w s ,o r f o r h i l l i n gs i n g l er o w s ,
S t a t e so r C a n a d a . t h e H i l l e r / F u r r o w e ra t t a c h m e n tm a y b e u s e d . N o t e
that the shovelsare reversedon the T-bracketwhen
g o i n g f r o m o n e t o t h e o t h e r . T h i s a t t a c h m e n tm a y
S E A R SR O E B U C A KN D C O M P A N Y a l s o b e u s e df o r h i l l i n g l a r g ep l a n t sb y g o i n gb e t w e e n
S I M P S O N S - S E ALR
IMSI T E D t h e r o w a n d h i l l i n go n e s i d eo f t w o r o w s .
T h e H i l l e r a t t a c h m e n ti s u s e f u li n p r e p a r i n ga f u r r o w Plantingfurrows are made with the Furrowerattach-
for crops such as potatoeswhich are grown best in ment. lt may be adjustedquickly to the properdepth
h i l l s . l t i s a l s o u s e f u li n h i l l i n g u p t o p l a n t s ,a f t e r t h e for the particularcrop beingplanted.This attachment
finalcultivation. may also be usedto make irrigatingfurrows.

The Hiller attachmentmay also be usedfor breaking


the ridges between furrows after the harvest. This
step, known as listing, permits the soil to weather
during the winter, yielding a better conditionedsoil
t h e f o l l o w i n gs p r i n g .

MODEL 785.2901 80 PLANTPROTECTO


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( C UL T I V A T I N G
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Plant Protectors

L e v e l i n gB a r
As garden plants begin to grow, cultivation is neces-
A natural unevenness resultsafter tilling the soil. The saryto kill undesirableweedsand to breakthe surface
L e v e l i n gB a r a t t a c h m e n tw i l l l e v e lt h e s o i l a n d e l i m i - crust which forms. Such cultivation allows moisture
nate raking. This attachment may be used while til- to enter the soil. The use of FoliageProtectorsper-
ling, or in a separatefinal step in seedbed preparation. mits early cultivationcloseto plantswithout covering
t h e m w i t h d i r t o r d a m a g i n gt h e m w i t h t h e t i n e s .T h i s
early cultivation destroysthe bulk of weed growth
while the weedsare small, and thus preventsfertility
MODEL 785.290150 FU RROWER lossto weeds.

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Key Part Key Part


No. No. Description No. No. Description

1. 511885 TransmissionCasting 21. 506565 N e e d l eT h r u s t B e a r i n g


W/Bearing& Seals 22. 502489 Thrust Race, Lower
2. 506337 NeedleBearing 23. 509816 Worm
3. 504637 D o u b l eO i l S e a l 24. 504657 S p i r o lP i n 11 4 x 1 - 1 1 4
4. 509882 Upper (Worm) Spacer 25. 504638 T a p e r e dR o l l e rB e a r i n g
5. 509689 Worm Wheel 26. 504650 " O " R i n gP l u g
6. 504658 D r i v e L o k P i n 3 1 8x 2 " 27. 504654 " O " Ri n g
7. 504647 Washer,Thrust 28. 504649 R e t a i n i n gR i n g
8. 509869 Gear Cover Ga$<et 29. 120369 Nut - Hex 3/8 - 24
9. 5 11 6 1 5 Gear Cover 30. 509321 Tine, Left Hand
W/Bearing& Seal 31. 513141 T i n e s ,R i g h t H a n d
10. 502144 NeedleBearing Extension
11. 510300 Tine Tube Plug 32. 509320 Tine, RightHand
12. 506349 Axle Shaft 33. 501130 H a i rP i n
13. 5 13 14 0 Tines, Left Hand Basic 34. 506538 C l e v i sP i n
14. 513142 Tines, Left Hand Extension 35. 5 13 13 9 T i n e s ,R i g h t H a n d B a s i c
15. 120214 * Lockwasher5/16
36. 501626 R e t a i n i n gR i n g
16. 511627 * Hex Bolt 5116-18x 7
18 37. 506854 Felt Seal
17. 103866 P i p eP l u g 38. 504636 Oil Seal
18. 122145 * H e x B o l t 3 / 8 - 1 6x 1 - 1 / 4
39. 120382 Lockwasher3/8
19. 509866 Worm Shaft 40. 9423180 B o l t - H e x 3 / 8 - 2 4x 1 - 1 1 4
20. 502490 Thrust Race,Upper

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1. 290750 Engine- Briggs& Stratton 22. 513038 Cltttch Arm
MOD. NO. 130902 23. 513040 F l e x i b l eC a b l e
TYPE0155 24. 513037 Reverse& Clutch Arm
2. 513041 LinkageRod Mounting Plate
3. 508352 Roller 25. 513044 LinkageControl Bracket
4. 503391 Nut - Lock5/16- 18 26. 9413534 Lock Nut 3/8 - 16
5. 501645 R e t a i n i n gR i n g 27. 513018 Clutch Yoke
6. 506815 Pulley 28. 50761I ReleaseSpring
7. 508823 ReverseShaft 29. 506804 Yoke Pin
8. 506931 Pulley BracketWeldment 30. 506082 W a s h e r5 1 1 6
9. 157684 *Screw No.
1O-24x 1/2 31. 513002 SealPlateWeldment
10. 512924 H a i rP i n 32. 120377 *Hex Nut 3/8 - 16
11. * Locknut No.
507101 10 - 24 33. 5 117 5 5 Pulley,Worm Shaft
12. 507481 Belt Rider Assembly 34. 502912 R e t a i n i n gR i n g
13. 120380 * Lockwasher1/4
35. 512925 BearingCup Assembly
14. 155358 *Screw 1/4 - 20 x 1
36. 506461 Clutch-Driven
15. 506909 C l u t c hA r m P i n 37. 120647 * Hex Bolt 318- 24 x 1
16. 513039 Spring 38. 506080 *Washer3/8
17. 506812 P u s hN u t 39. 512990 Clutch - Drive
18. 120382 Lockwasher3/8 40. 503070 R e t a i n i n gR i n g ( C l u t c h L i n i n g )
19. 508830 Pulley BracketPin 41. 503069 Clutch Lining
20. 106750 Woodruff Key
21. 5 13857 Belt - Reverse

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1. 513059 H a n d l eP a n e -l P a i n t e d 24 512483 StabilizerWeldment
2. 448431 * S c r e w N o . 1 O- 2 4 x 1
25 512629 LinkagePivot
3. 5 12950 H a n d l eB a r P l a t e d 26 501130 H a i rP i n
4. 509817 H a n d l eG r i p 27 513066 Stabilizer Lock Pin
5. 157788 S c r e w5 1 1 6- 1 8 x 1 - 1 1 2 28 94 17860 SelfTappingScrew1/4-20x 1D
6. 509686 Throttle Control & Cable 29 509669 S t a k e H o l d e rS p r i n g
Assembly 30 506055 C l e v i sP i n
7. 512209 Lower Bracket, Left Hand 31 510926 Stake
8. 512992 Shift Lever 32 180083 * H e x B o l t 5 1 1 6- 1 8 x 1 - 1 1 2
9. 510238 K nob-Female 33 506331 * W h e e lB o l t 1 1 2- 1 3 x 3 - 1 1 2
10. 117713 S t u d 5 1 1 6- 1 8 x 1 - 5 1 8 34 5 10 9 15 W h e e la n d T i r e 1 0 "
11. 512611 S h o u l d e rB o l t 5 1 1 6- 1 8 x 7 1 8 35 120396 * W a s h e r1, 1 2
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12. 512612 36 120378 *Hex Nut 1 - 13
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13. 503391 * L o c k n u t5 / 1 6 - 1 8 * Lockwasher112
37 120384
14. 512654 Latch Pin 38 512966 Lockwasher
15. 509681 Control Rod - Upper 39 513048 Yoke Weldment
16. 126177 *WingNut 1 - 20 40
14 511750 ShoulderScrew
17. 120380 * Lockwasher 1 41 * H e x B o l t 3 1 8- 1 6 x 3 1 4
14 180120
18. 514249 *Turnbuckle 42 * Lockwasher3/8
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19. 509682 Control Rod - Lower 43 513498 ChassisWeldment
20. 512093 DustShield 44 5 117 5 8 Lower Bracket Right Hand
21. 122007 Hex Bolt 5/16- 18x314 45 126211 * C a r r i a g eB o l t 5 1 1 6- 1 8 x 5 / 8
22. 501897 H a i rP i n
23. 509679 Pin, StabilizerPivot

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