The Operator's Manual is an important part of your new outdoor power equipment. It will help you assemble, prepare, maintain and safely operate your machine. Your outdoor power equipment was built to be operated according to the rules and instructions for safe operation which are contained in the operator's manual and on the machine itself.
Safety rules and instructions, if not followed, could endanger the personal safety and/or property of the operator and others. Read and follow all instructions in the manual before attempting to operate your outdoor power equipment. As with any type of power equipment, carelessness or error on the part of the operator can result in serious injury. Your machine is capable of amputating hands and feet and throwing objects. Failure to observe the safety rules and instructions, both on the machine and in the Operator's Manual, could result in serious injury or death.
Important: Cub Cadet, its parents, affiliates and subsidiaries, is concerned about the safety of its customers and others. Due to the size of the Operator's Manual, some Operator's Manuals are broken down into two or more segments so that the entire Operator's Manual can be downloaded easily. Cub Cadet is requiring all those who wish to download a copy of the Operator's Manual to acknowledge that he/she will download the portion of the Operator's Manual that contains the Important Safe Operation Practices section, as stated below. This is to ensure that this section is reviewed and accessible when operating, servicing and/or maintaining the machine.
NOTICE: BY CONTINUING I AFFIRM THAT I WILL DOWNLOAD THAT PORTION OF THE OPERATOR'S MANUAL WHICH CONTAINS SECTION 1: IMPORTANT SAFE OPERATION PRACTICES, AND THAT I WILL READ AND FOLLOW THE SAFETY RULES AND INSTRUCTIONS PROVIDED.
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Rated 5 out of
NOT ENOUGH POWER AT LOWER ENGINE RPMI purchased this tiller to replace a 60 inch tractor mounted 3 point tiller, because I down sized my garden.
I was trying to till at its max depth, which required full throttle to get enough horse power, to keep the engine running. To slow it down, I was pulling back and pushing down on the handle, when the tines hooked something and the tiller jumped away from me. I completed a face plant in soft dirt. Thinking about the error of my ways, I removed the handle from the depth control bar and inverted it and reinserted the locking pin. I continued using this tiller as you would a front tine tiller with a drag stake. Problem solved, went back to tilling at full throttle, full depth. I do not know if Cub Cadet designed it that way, but the holes matched up. I have not had any problems with the tiller trying to run away from me since.