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OMGX10902 I0 I0 Snow Blade 46 Inch OPERA T OR’S MANU AL North Ameri can V ersion Litho in U.S.A.[...]
Introduction INTR ODUCTION Introduction Thank Y ou f or Purchasing This Pr oduct W e appreciate havi[...]
Product Identification PR ODUCT IDENTIFICATION Product Identification Recor d Identification Numbers[...]
T able of Contents T ABLE OF CONTENTS All information , illustration s and specificati ons in this m[...]
Saf ety - 1 SAFETY Safety Understanding The Saf ety-Alert Symbol The operator ’ s manual e xplains[...]
Saf ety - 2 SAFETY W ear Appropriate Clothing • W ear close fitting clothing and saf ety equipment[...]
Preparing V ehicle - 3 PREPARING V EHIC LE Preparing V ehicle Remo ve Mower Dec k The mower dec k mu[...]
Installing - 4 INSTALLING Installing Install Lift Arms NO TE: Align the machine directl y behind the[...]
Installing - 5 INSTALLING 2. Inser t threaded end of lift links down through holes in lift channel ([...]
Removing - 6 REMO VING Removing Remo ve Blade 1. P ar k machine safely . (See P arking Safely in the[...]
Operating - 7 OPERATING Operatin g Bef ore Operating Blade 1. Learn all controls a nd how the y work[...]
Operating - 8 OPERATING Adjusting Skid Shoes When clearing snow on smooth surf aces, skid shoes shou[...]
Operating - 9 OPERATING up to 6 inches. Blade is not intended to mov e grav el or dir t. Operate eng[...]
T roubleshooting - 10 T R OUBLESHOOTING Troubleshooting Using T r oubleshooting Chart If you are e x[...]
Storage - 11 STORAGE Storage Storing Blade Clean the blade with w ater under pressure. If possible ,[...]
Assembly - 12 ASSEMBL Y Assembly Bo x of Parts Bag of P ar ts M92899 I B A C D E F G H J L K P R S O[...]
Assembly - 13 ASSEMBL Y Grease Use a SAE Multi-pur pose grease based on the expected air temperature[...]
Assembly - 14 ASSEMBL Y 2. Assemble break ov er stop bolt: • Install one 5/16 x 5/8 in. hex bolt ([...]
Assembly - 15 ASSEMBL Y Assemble Piv o t Latch Strap 1. Inser t 3/8 x 4-1/2 in. full thread bolt (A)[...]
Assembly - 16 ASSEMBL Y aw ay from the head of the bolt. Assemb le two nuts and bolts in this manner[...]
Assembly - 17 ASSEMBL Y Assemble Rear Support Channels to Thrust Channel 1. Install front stabilizer[...]
Specifications - 18 SPECIFICATIONS Specificati ons Blade Specifications Blade Width Straight . . . .[...]
Inde x - 19 INDEX Index A Assembly .................................................................[...]
Quality Statement - 20 QUALITY STATEMENT Quality Statem ent Y our product, designed and built by Joh[...]