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Husky 850, Owner Manual

Page 9

 

 

AFTER EVERY 10 HOURS OF OPERATION

AFTER EVERY 25 HOURS OF OPERATION

AFTER EVERY 50 HOURS OF OPERATION

Check battery water level

 

X**

 

Check air in tires

 

X**

 

Check engine crankcase oil

X**

 

 

Drain engine crankcase oil

 

 

X

Check SAE-90 gear oil in transmission and add to level of upper filler plug as needed

 

X

 

Check cooling air screen

X

 

 

Lubrication points (see lubrication guide)

X

 

 

Brake adjustment

 

 

X**

Rear axle adjustment

 

 

X**

Air cleaner - service as instructed in separate Engine manual.

X*

 

 

*More often under dusty conditions 

**More often under extreme conditions

 

LUBRICATION

Proper lubrication and regular maintenance will increase the operating life of your HUSKY and attachments. Negligence on the part of the operator in regard to lubrication or general maintenance can depreciate the dependability of this rugged, durable vehicle. It is suggested that the lubrication recommendations in this manual be followed. A lubrication schedule prepared by the operator would be beneficial.

1. Front wheel grease fitting on out side of wheel hub 
2. Front wheel spindle 
3. Front axle pivot 
4. PTO Housing 
5. Idler pulleys (yearly)
6. Transmission (SAE #90) 
7. Air cleaner (see Engine manual) 
8. Engine crankcase 
9. Hood hinge
10. Brake linkage. Oil at all bearing poi nt s.
11 . Attachment lift lever
12. Clutch - A low drops at rear of clutch plate hub at end of spring 
13. Lower steering shaft - grease below tractor - above steering pinion (Number within each symbol designate lubrification area).

See separate engine folder for amount and type of oil for various temperature .
Oil with can Change oil Grease low pressure or hand gun Check gear lube.

 

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