OPERATION & USE OF THE MOWER
Driving on the Roads
When driving on public roads with the mower attached to the tractor, always respect the highway code. Check
that the reflectors, hazard flashers and/or slow vehicle and/or projecting load indicators are installed when
required, and efficient. These indicators must be installed at the rear of the implement. They must be clearly
seen by the drivers of other vehicles behind. If the implement must be transported at night or in other conditions
of poor visibility, it should be equipped with sidelights of the type approved by the Highway Code regulations in
force. During transport, the mower should be kept completely lifted with the PTO disengaged. No one must be
allowed to lean against and/or climb on to the
mower during either work or transport.
Preparing the Mower for Work
Always be careful to check that the power rating of the tractor used to tow the implement does not exceed the
maximum power rating for the model in your possession (Consult Maintenance Section page 15). Check that
the speed of the PTO complies with the speed required by the implement. Compare the values on the shield of
the PTO shaft.
Comply with these instructions in order to prevent early faults and damage to the implement.
Every time the mower is adjusted, the procedure must be as follows:
Disengage the power takeoff;
Insert the tractor brake;
Turn off the tractor engine;
Remove the ignition key from the dashboard.
Keep body parts clear of the rotating blades. Wait for them to stop moving.
The cutting height is regulated by the four wheels. All four wheels must be adjusted in the same way so that the
machine will cut the grass uniformly and will not be damaged.