John Deere OMM141979 J9 manual

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    OMM141979 J9 J9 Mechanical Tiller 30-Inch OPERA T OR’S MANU AL North Am erican V ersion Litho in U[...]

  • Page 2

    Introduction INTR ODUCTION Introducti on Thank Y ou for Purc hasing This Product W e appreciate y ou[...]

  • Page 3

    Product Identifica tion PR ODUCT IDENTIFICATION Product I dentificat ion Recor d Identification Numb[...]

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    T able o f Contents TA B L E O F C O N T E N T S All information, illustrations and specifications i[...]

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    Saf ety - 1 SAFETY Safety Understanding The Machine Saf ety Labels The machine saf ety labels shown [...]

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    Saf ety - 2 SAFETY BEFORE DISMOUNTING OR SER VICING • Shut off engine and remov e key . • Lock b[...]

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    Saf ety - 3 SAFETY Practice Safe Maintenance • Underst and ser vic e procedure b ef ore do ing wor[...]

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    Prepare V ehicle - 4 PREPARE V EHICLE Prepare V ehicle Remove Mo wer Deck T ractor mower dec k must [...]

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    Installing - 5 INSTALLING Installi ng P ark V ehic le Safel y • Stop v ehicle on a le v el surf ac[...]

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    Installing - 6 INSTALLING handle (B) to rotate tiller housing while pulling left frame rail upward s[...]

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    Installing - 7 INSTALLING Disengage Frame Suppor t Rod 1. Mov e to left side, under tr actor f ootre[...]

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    Installing - 8 INSTALLING tiller lift rod (B) upright, align tractor lift link (A) so pin (C) fits i[...]

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    Removing - 9 REMO VING Removing P ark V ehic le Safel y • Stop v ehicle on a le v el surf ace, not[...]

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    Removing - 10 REMO VING Disengage Belt And Unhook Left Clip Latch 1. Mov e to r ight side , under tr[...]

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    Removing - 11 REMO VING Lock Frame Wheels Into Engage P osition 1. Mov e to left rear , behind tract[...]

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    Operating - 12 OPERATING Operating Tilling Tips Install correct front and rear tractor w eights. See[...]

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    Operating - 13 OPERATING Move Implement to “ RAISE ” P osition 1. First push implement lift le v[...]

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    Operating - 14 OPERATING 3. Mov e to r ight side, below tractor f ootrest — rem ov e spring lockin[...]

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    Operating - 15 OPERATING 2. Mov e to left side of tiller housing — grasp han dle (C) to raise till[...]

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    Operating - 16 OPERATING mechanism. 2. Pull lift le v er (A) rew ard out of “ LO WER ” position [...]

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    Ser vice - 17 SERVIC E Service Service Intervals Checking Belt T ension Picture Note: Tiller removed[...]

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    Ser vice - 18 SERVIC E Cleaning Under Belt Shield Picture Note: Tiller removed for c larity purposes[...]

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    Ser vice - 19 SERVIC E 2. Loosen flang e lock n ut (A) on tensioning idler . Move be lt guide (B) aw[...]

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    Ser vice - 20 SERVIC E 7. Remov e secondary b elt (K) from tiller drive shea ve . Install Secondary [...]

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    Ser vice - 21 SERVIC E 2. Raise tiller as high as it will go if still on tractor . NO TE: For ease i[...]

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    Ser vice - 22 SERVIC E • MiddleTine Sets : Remo v e lock nut s (A), bolts (B), spacers (C), t wo l[...]

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    T roubl eshooting - 23 T R OUBLESHOOTING Troubleshooting Using T roub leshooting Char t If yo u are [...]

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    Stor age - 24 STORAGE Storage Storing Tiller 1. Remo v e tiller from tr actor . (See the REMO V ING [...]

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    Assembly - 25 ASSEMBL Y Assembly Identify Parts – 30 Inch Mechanical Tiller Bag of P arts M96256 B[...]

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    Assembly - 26 ASSEMBL Y Install T ractor Rear -Frame Hard ware 1. F rom bag of part s, in stall one [...]

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    Assembly - 27 ASSEMBL Y Put Tiller Frame Rails In T ransport Position 1. Pull left frame rail up unt[...]

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    Assembly - 28 ASSEMBL Y NO TE: Make sure belt guide does not mo ve out of position when tighte ning [...]

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    Specifications - 29 SPECIFICATIONS Specific ations Tiller Speci fications Tiller Specifications Dime[...]

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    Inde x - 30 INDE X Index B Ballasting Requirements .........................................4 Before[...]

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    Notes - 31 NOTES Notes[...]

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    Quality Sta tement - 32 QUALITY STATEMENT Quality Stateme nt Y our product , designed and built b y [...]