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OWNER’S MANUAL STARTING SERIAL #: 99-307001 MODEL NO. T1260 T1360 T1460 60” UNIVERSAL TRAILMOWER IMPORTANT Read and follow all Safety Precautions and Instructions before operating this equipment. Rev.04-288 Assembly Operation Service and Adjustment Repair Parts P.O. BOX 67, WARRENSBURG, MISSOURI 64093 PHONE 660-747-8183 FAX 660-747-8650 Manufacturing quality lawn care equipment since 1945 ONT60 Made In The USA LIMITED WARRANTY The manufacturer’s warranty to the original consumer purchaser is: This product is free from defects in materials and workmanship for a period of one (1) year from the date of purchase by the original consumer purchaser. We will repair or replace, at our discretion, parts found to be defective due to materials or workmanship. This warranty is subject to the following limitations and exclusions: 1) Engine Warranty All engines utilized on our products have a separate warranty extended to them by the individual engine manufacturer. Any engine service difficulty is the responsibility of the engine manufacturer and in no way is Swisher Mower Co., Inc. or its agents responsible for the engine warranty. The Briggs & Stratton Engine Service Hot-Line is 1-800-2333723. The Tecumseh Engine Service Hot-Line is 1800-558-5402. 2) Commercial Use The warranty period for this product used for commercial or rental is limited to ninety (90) days from the date of original purchase. 3) Limitations This warranty applies only to products which have been properly assembled, adjusted, and operated in accordance with the instructions contained within this manual. This warranty does not apply to any product of Swisher Mower Co., Inc., that has been subject to alteration, misuse, abuse, improper assembly or installation, shipping damage, or to normal wear of the product. 4) Exclusions Excluded from this warranty are normal wear, normal adjustments, and normal maintenance. In the event you have a claim under this warranty, you must return the product to an authorized service dealer. All transportation charges, damage, or loss incurred during transportation of parts submitted for replacement or repair under this warranty shall be borne by the purchaser. Should you have any questions concerning this warranty, please contact us toll-free at 1-800-222-8183. The model number, serial number, date of purchase, and the name of the authorized Swisher dealer from whom you purchased the mower will be needed before any warranty claim can be processed. 2 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS This Safety Alert Symbol indicates important messages in this manual. When you see this symbol, carefully read the message that follows and be alert to the possibility of personal injury. Read this manual completely. This machine can amputate hands, feet, and throw objects. Failure to observe the following safety instructions could result in serious injury or death. • Read the manual. Learn to operate this machine safely. • Always disconnect the spark plug wire and place the wire where it cannot contact the spark plug, to prevent accidental starting the engine when setting up, transporting, adjusting or making repairs. • Keep all shields and guards in place. • Understand the speed, steering and stability of this machine. Know the positions and operations of all controls before you operate this machine. Check all of the controls in a safe area before starting to work with this machine. • Allow only responsible adults who are familiar with these instructions to operate this machine. Never allow children to operate this machine. • Clear the area of objects such as rocks, toys, wire, etc. that can be picked up and thrown by the blade. • Be sure the area is clear of other people before mowing. Be aware of the mower discharge direction and do not point at anyone. Stop the machine if anyone enters the mowing area. Children are often attracted to the machine and the mowing activity. Never assume that children will remain where you last saw them. Keep children under the watchful care of another responsible adult. • No riders! • Do not put hands or feet near or under rotating parts. Keep clear of the discharge opening at all times. • Do not mow in reverse. Always look down and behind before and while backing. 3 • T u r n o f f t h e b l a d e s w h e n n o t m o w i n g . B e f o r e l e a v i n g t h e m a c h in e , t u r n o f f t h e b l a d e s a n d s to p th e e n g in e . • W a t c h f o r tr a f f ic w h e n o p e r a t i n g n e a r o r c r o s s i n g r o a d w a y s . • D o n o t o p e ra te th e m o w e r if it h a s b e e n d ro p p e d o r d a m a g e d in a n y m a n n e r o r if th e m o w e r v i b r a t e s e x c e s s iv e l y . E x c e s s i v e v i b r a t i o n i s a n in d i c a t i o n o f d a m a g e . R e p a i r m o w e r a s n e ce ssary. • D re s s p ro p e rly . D o n o t o p e ra te th e m o w e r w h e n b a re fo o t o r w e a rin g o p e n s a n d a ls . W e a r o n ly s o l i d s h o e s w i th g o o d tr a c ti o n w h e n m o w i n g . • D o n o t o p e r a t e t h e m a c h i n e w h il e u n d e r t h e i n f lu e n c e o f a l c o h o l o r d r u g s . • D o n o t o p e ra te o n slo p e s g re a te r th a n 1 5 d e g re e s. • N e v e r ta m p e r w i t h s a f e t y d e v i c e s . C h e c k t h e i r p r o p e r o p e r a ti o n r e g u l a r l y . • S t o p a n d i n s p e c t t h e e q u i p m e n t i f y o u s tr i k e a n o b j e c t . R e p a i r , if n e c e s s a r y , b e f o r e r e s t a r t i n g . • N e v e r m a k e a d ju s t m e n ts o r r e p a i r s w i t h t h e e n g in e ru n n i n g . • M o w e r b l a d e s a r e s h a r p a n d c a n c u t. W r a p t h e b l a d e s o r w e a r g lo v e s , a n d u s e e x t r a c a u t io n w h e n s e rv ic in g th e m . SAFETY DECALS Replace decals immediately if damaged.Order by part number from Swisher Mowers OD43- Flying Debris Decal OD45- Warning Decal OD55- Danger Decal OD33- Speed Decal OD11- No step Decal 4 OD29- Danger Decal REQUIRED ASSEMBLY FRONT WHEEL CASTER ASSEMBLY 1. Remove single nut and washers from caster shaft. 2. Place one washer on the shaft of the caster/wheel sub-assembly. 3. Slide same shaft through the bearing/frame with wheel towards the ground. 4. Place the other washer on the shaft; it should be resting on the top bearing. 5. Thread nyloc jam nut onto shaft. 6. Tighten nut snuggly, making sure shaft threads enter the nyloc of the nut. Overtightening of this nut will bind caster. 7. Repeat process for other front side. REAR WHEEL ASSEMBLY 1. Remove cotter pin from axle. 2. Slide washer [ NB149 ] if necessary and wheel[ valve stem out] onto axle and replace cotter pin. 3. Bend cotter pin so it will not fall out. 4. Repeat process for other wheel. OFFSET & CENTER TOW HITCH BAR ASSEMBLY 1. Lay out parts according to the diagram. 2. Insert part 661A into part 662 and pin with the hitch pin (H11). 3. Insert part 661 into part 661A. Choose from the 3 holes to set the desired hitch length. Pin with a hitch pin. 4. Part 662 slides into the front tube of the frame. Again, choose from the 3 holes to arrange desired offset. Pin with a hitch pin (H11). 5. Eliminate step 3 for hitching from the center bracket. Only one method can be used at a time. H11 66 2 A 661 661 OFFSET TOWING POSITION ATV or Utility Vehicle Attachment Instructions Existing Rear Hitch. Bent Pin, Hair Pin and Receiver supplied by others. CENTER TOWING POSITION 5 OPERATING YOUR TRAILMOWER The operation of any mower can produce foreign objects to be thrown into the eyes, resulting in severe eye damage. Always wear certified safety glasses or wide-vision safety goggles over spectacles before staring any cutting machine and while operating such a machine. The operation of any cutter produces sound waves that are damaging to the human ear. Ear protection is recommended. CAUTION! Tragic accidents can occur if the operator is not alert to the presence of children. Children are often attracted to the machine and the mowing activity. Never assume that children will remain where you last saw them. INTENDED USE This TrailMower is designed to produce a quality finish cut on lawns, golf courses, etc. It is not designed to clear brush or cut saplings. Your TrailMower should be towed behind an ATV, a golf cart, lawn tractor, or similar approved vehicle. It is not meant for speeds exceeding 5 MPH. ATTACHING TRAILMOWER TO TOW VEHICLE • Place mower behind vehicle and back vehicle up to desired attaching position. • When offsetting TrailMower do so to side opposite the discharge of the tow vehicle. • Bolt swivel hitch (H10) to vehicle tow receiver. • Attach tow hitch (661) to the swivel hitch with hitch pin (H11). Make certain hitch pin goes completely through each piece and is clipped to prevent accidental separation. • Attach red safety tether (H9C) to both the towing vehicle and to the TrailMower toggle switch (685SP), located on the throttle housing (6155). Its purpose is to manually stop mower engine or to stop mower engine in case the two machines become separated. • It is extremely important the safety tether is secured properly to both the toggle switch and the towing vehicle. 6 STARTING THE ENGINE See engine manufacturer’s instructions for the type and amount of oil and fuel used. TrailMowers with electric start engines will need a battery (sold separately). Swisher recommends using a standard “U 1 R” lawn & garden battery. • Engine must be level to accurately check and fill oil. Do not overfill. • • • • • • • • Make sure the tow vehicle parking brake is set, mower is level, and blades are disengaged. Check spark plug wire, oil, and fuel. Check all electrical connections (See Schematics). Make sure toggle switch is turned “ON” and the red tether is properly attached. Set engine idle to “CHOKE” position. With feet clear of mower deck, turn key switch to the “START” position; [ if unit is equipped with 12 volt system ] release when engine begins to run. For units NOT equipped with electric start turn key to “ON” position and pull starter Rope until engine starts. Set engine idle at desired RPM. BREAKING IN YOUR MOWER • Set vehicle parking brake or chock wheels to prevent accidental rolling. • Start engine properly. • Slowly, engage blade control. • In a safe environment, i.e. no children, allow blades to rotate and engine to idle for 5 minutes. This breaks in the belts and the engine. • Stop mower properly. CAUTION! SHUT OFF MOWER ENGINE AND REMOVE SPARK PLUG WIRE FROM SPARK PLUG BEFORE MAKING ANY ADJUSTMENTS TO THE MOWER. MOWER HEIGHT ADJUSTMENT • Adjust while mower is not running. • The cutting range is approximately 1.5” to 4.5”. The height has been measured from the ground to the blade tip without the engine running. • Rotate height adjust crank handles (H7N) in a clockwise direction to lift the mower deck. A counter-clockwise direction is used to lower the mower deck. • Make sure the height adjustment is the same at side crank handles. For best results, see “SUGGESTED PRACTICE” section. Graduated scales are for reference only, not the actual cutter height. • Place crank handle in a retracted position to maintain height adjustment. STARTING TO MOW • Adjust the cutting height. • Double check vehicle to mower attachment. • Start mower engine properly. • Slowly, activate the blade engage lever (681N) by rotating it forward and left until the lever locks into place. • Carefully mount tow vehicle and start mowing slowly. STOPPING THE MOWING SESSION • Pull safety tether to shut toggle switch “OFF”. If the engine fails to stop or if the safety tether has become inoperable, then use Alternative Stopping Method. 7 ALTERNATIVE STOPPING METHOD • Bring vehicle to complete stop, shut off engine, and set parking brake. • Disengage blade engage lever (681N). • Manually shut toggle and key switches to their “OFF” positions. • Always remember to remove keys to avoid irresponsible usage. TRANSPORTING MOWER • Stop mower properly. • Place mower deck in its highest position. • If transporting unattached from tow vehicle, then remove spark plug wire and place where it cannot contact the spark plug. SUGGESTED MOWING PRACTICES • Operate mower engine at full throttle to assure the best cutting performance and maximum material discharge. • Allow wet grass to dry. Clumps of wet grass will collect under the mowing deck. • Mowing should be started with tow vehicle in low gear and increased only as safe mowing conditions permit. This speed should not exceed 5 MPH. • The average lawn should be cut to approximately 2.5” during the cool season and to over 3” during the hot months. • For a healthier lawn and better aesthetics, your lawn should be mowed often and after moderate growth. • When cutting high or dense grass areas go slowly. Some areas may need to be mowed twice. The second cut should be at 90 degrees to the first, if possible. • Mowing thick or high grass. Raise rear height crank handle to .5”-.75” above the other two handles. • Creating a manicured lawn. Lower rear height crank handle to .25”-.5” below front of deck. This allows grass blades to be cut twice. It also continually cuts clippings to produce a mulching effect. GENERAL TROUBLE SHOOTING • The mower is not cutting level. o Level deck, making sure the side crank-handles are equal. o Check air pressure of all tires; make sure they are equal (about 15-18 psi). o Examine blades for damage, while mower engine is not running. • The engine will not start. o Disengage blades, turn toggle switch to “ON” position, check battery and all other electrical connections, and inspect spark plug and wire. o Check for fuel in the engine. • Engine runs poorly. o See engine manual. o Check throttle adjuster. o Replace fuel, clean fuel filter and fuel line. IF PROBLEMS PERSIST HAVE A QUALIFIED MECHANIC SERVICE THE MOWER. NEVER ATTEMPT TO MAKE AN ADJUSTMENT THAT YOU ARE NOT SURE IS CORRECT. DOING SO CAN CAUSE OTHER PROBLEMS. 8 MOWER MAINTENANCE GENERAL RECOMMENDATIONS The warranty on this Trailmower does not cover items that have been subjected to operator abuse or negligence. To receive full value from the warranty, operator must maintain unit as instructed in this manual. Some adjustments will need to be made periodically to maintain your unit properly. All adjustments in this manual should be checked at least once each season. BEFORE EACH USE • Check engine oil level on a level surface. (Check twice to insure an accurate reading.) • Check condition of air filter; clean and replace as necessary. • Check blade operation; keep blades in good condition. • Check for loose fasteners and tighten them as needed. AFTER EACH USE • Keep blades sharp. • Remove fresh grass clippings with garden hose. • Grass clippings can harden to the underside should be scraped out with a putty knife. • Keep fluids at proper levels. • Cover unit to prevent rain or other debris build-up. Definitely cover the engine. BEFORE AND/OR AFTER EACH SEASON • Replace the spark plug. • Clean or replace the air filter. • A new spark plug and clean air filter assure proper air-fuel mixture and help your engine run better and last longer. • Check blades and belts for wear. Replace as necessary. STORAGE RECOMMENDATIONS CAUTION! Do not store engine indoors or other poorly ventilated area. Keep engine away from gas appliances where fumes could contact open flame, pilot lights, or sparks. If engine is to be stored for 30 or more days, prepare unit as follows: • Drain fuel outside into an approved container. • Start engine properly and run until unit is out of fuel. • Let engine cool. • Remove remaining gasoline from carburetor and fuel tank to prevent gum deposits from forming within the engine. Gum deposits can cause malfunction in the engine. • Store mower with blades disengaged to prevent belts from being permanently stretched. BLADE CARE AND SERVICE For best results cutter blades must be kept sharp. The blades can be sharpened with a few strokes of a file or grinding wheel. Do not attempt to sharpen blades while they are on the cutter. Disconnect spark plug wire before servicing unit. Important: Replace blades that have been damaged or deeply nicked. Important: Check blade and spindle hardware on a regular basis to make sure nuts are tight. Only a qualified mechanic should be used for any adjustments, disassembly or other kind of repairs. 9 NB122 NB126 NB195 NB149 664N F4157WF Figure 01 Figure 02 H11 H10TK H10TK 661 H11 Figure 03 H11 661A 661 CH5S NB136 NB181 6031TK steel chute replaces plastic chute shown Figure 04 10 662 02 03 04 05 06 08 07 SERIAL NUMBER 01 13 08 10 09 11 12 02 Figure 05 Item # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Description Grass Chute Bolt/Nut Spring Tire/Wheel/Bearing Right Belt Guard Acorn Nut No Step Decal Height Adjust Assembly Plastic Bushing Ruler Decal Eye Bolt Knob 5/16 Pal Nut Left Belt Guard Acorn Nut Gas Tank Gas Cap Gas Tank Mount Rubber Bushing Fuel Shutoff Valve Fuel Line Hose Clamp Fuel Line Part # 6031TK NB136/NB181 CH5S F4157W 6155RN NB120 OD11 H7N T2PB OD41 6599 H7K NB276 6155LN NB120 6102T 6102NC 6102NTK AS119 AS120 6FLC AS140 Item # 8 9 10 11 12 13 Description Height Adjust Assembly Eye Bolt Stabilizer Arm Plastic Bushing Ruler Decal Knob 5/16 Pal Nut Engine Plate Front Caster Assembly Tire/Wheel/Bearing Bolt/Nut Spacer (Exterior) Washer Caster Fork Caster Nut Washer Throttle Plate Engage Lever Swisher Decal Part # H7N 6599 6696 T2PB OD41 H7K NB276 6155NFC 6774C F4157W NB624/NB595 663L NB178 665C NB122 NB195 6155THC 6720C OD99116 11 15 23 29 15 17 16 14 18 28 LEFT RIGHT 28 16 REAR 26 27 21 16 29 18 19 20 25 22 27 KEY SWITCH 24 FRONT Figure 06 Item # 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 Description Clutch Idler Rod/Spring Idler Rod/Spring Idler Pulley Clutch Idler Arm Idler Bracket Throttle Decal Blade Driver Center Blade Driver Right Part # 3123TK/682S 6704TK/682S B527 6709TK 6681TK OD58 9084 9085 Item # Description 22 Blade Driver Left 23 Deck 24 Warning Serious Injury Decal 25 5 MPH Decal 26 Caution - Deflector Decal 27 60" Decal 28 Danger Triangle Decal 29 Danger Decal Part # 9086 6725C OD45 OD33 OD43 OD99128 OD55 OD29 Blade Driver Update Position Part # Replaces Center 9084 Blade Driver Assembly 6769 Blade Driver Assembly and 9002 Shaft Right 9085 Blade Driver Assembly 9059 Blade Driver Assembly and 9000 Shaft Left 9086 Blade Driver Assembly 9059 Blade Driver Assembly and 9001 Shaft 12 31 31 31 31 31 32 30 26 31 Figure 07 Item # 30 31 32 Description Blade (3) Anti-Scalp Roller Rear Axle Part # 9004 AS001 664N MIDDLE CENTER BLADE DRIVER PULLEY BELT 66LR2 LEFT RIGHT BOTTOM CENTER BLADE DRIVER PULLEY BELT 66LR2 TOP CENTER BLADE DRIVER PULLEY REAR ENGINE PULLEY BELT 644 ENGINE PULLEY BELT CONFIGURATION 13 ENGINE 689L 9031 688 689S 699 NB452N (Briggs & Honda) NB238N (Tecumseh) Not Shown OIL DRAIN VALVE + CAP AS122, AS123 ENGINE PULLEY ASSEMBLY 14 BLADE DRIVER ASSEMBLIES EFFECTIVE AFTER SERIAL# L199307001 NB175 6114 AS155 6114CS NB179 9091TK (re-enforcement will vary from what is shown) B98 9075 shaft replaces both the 9002 shaft & 9010 spacer B98 NB179 9008 NB216 RIGHT NB175 AS155 6114 9004 NB179 NB166 NB607 NB607 B98 NB238N CENTER 9077 shaft replaces both the 9000 shaft and the 9010 spacer B99TK B98 9008 NB179 NB216 9004 NB607 NB238N NB166 15 LEFT NB175 6114 AS155 6104RS B98 9078 shaft replaces both the 9001 shaft and the 9010 spacer B99TK NB179 B98 NB216 9008 9004 NB607 NB238N NB166 16 ELECTRIC START WIRING SCHEMATIC ATTACH RED TETHER HERE HONDA WIRING SCHEMATIC ATTACH RED TETHER HERE 17 Items Not Shown Item Wiring Harness (Briggs) Wiring Harness (Tecumseh) Wiring Harness (Honda) Solenoid Frame Caster Bearings Key Switch Battery Cable - Red Battery Cable - Black Engine Belt Blade Driver Belts 18 Part # WHN60B WHN60T WHN60H 9043 B98 KS12 BCSR BCS 644 66LR2 NOTES 19 60” UNIVERSAL TRAILMOWER OWNER’S MANUAL MODEL NO. T1260 T1360 T1460 HOW TO ORDER REPAIR PARTS: Each mower has its own model number. Each engine has its own model number. The model number for the mower will be found on the right hand side of the frame above the right rear wheel. The model number for the engine will be found on the top of the blower fan housing. All mower parts listed herein may be ordered directly from Swisher Mower & Machine Co. Inc. or your nearest Swisher dealer. All engine parts may be ordered from the nearest dealer of the engine supplied with your mower. WHEN ORDERING PARTS, PLEASE HAVE THE FOLLOWING INORMATION AVAILABLE: * * * * PRODUCT – T-60 TRAILMOWER SERIAL NUMBER - _______________ MODEL NUMBER - _______________ ENGINE MODEL NUMBER - _______________ TYPE - _______________ * PART NUMBER * PART DESCRIPTION TELEPHONE - 1-800-222-8183 FAX - 1-660-747-8650 SWISHER MOWER & MACHINE CO. INC. P.O. BOX 67 WARRENSBURG, MO 64093 SWISHER MOWER & MACHINE CO. INC. PRINTED IN U.S.A.
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