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Service Intervals


Servicing Your Machine

IMPORTANT: Avoid damage! Operating in extreme conditions may require more frequent service intervals:

• Engine components may become dirty or plugged when operating in extreme heat, dust or other severe conditions.

• Engine oil may lose efficiency if vehicle is operated constantly at slow or low engine speeds or with frequent short trips.


Please use the following timetables to perform routine maintenance on your machine.

Break In

After First 8 Hours:

• Change engine oil and filter.

• Check and tighten wheel bolts to correct torque.

• Check brake fluid level.

Every 50 Hours

• Lubricate drive line (three locations).

• Check brake fluid level.

• Inspect park brake for proper function and adjust as necessary.

Every 100 Hours or Annually (whichever comes first)

• Change engine oil and filter.

• Check transaxle oil level.

Every 200 Hours or Annually (whichever comes first)

• Change fuel filter.

• Check spark arrestor.

• Check air cleaner dust unloading valve.

• Clean radiator.

• Check drive belt condition.

• Check driven clutch wear buttons.

• Clean primary drive clutch.

• Inspect battery. Clean if necessary.

• Check and tighten wheel bolts to correct torque.

• Check and tighten all hardware.

Every 400 Hours or 24 Months (whichever comes first)

• Change engine coolant.

Every 800 Hours or 24 Months (whichever comes first)

• Change transaxle oil.

• Change 4WD front differential oil.

• Replace drive belt.