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 11-03-2005, 06:05 Post: 118830
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My BX1500 is coming up on 200 hours so I am getting ready to buy all the necessary stuff. I don't have my operator's manual handy but if I recall correctly the oil, oil filter, transmission, trans filter, (2) fuel filters and an air filter need to be replaced.

Should I also drain and replace the front axle fluid? What about the engine coolant?

Of course I plan to run through all the recommended checkpoints lubrication points on both the tractor and the mower deck too. The mower deck is also ready to be winterized. It will get a set of replacement blades, new gearbox fluid, and a good cleaning.

Is there any problem storing the deck vertically? I'd like to hang it on the wall to take up less space.

Am I missing anything?






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 11-04-2005, 05:54 Post: 118888
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Also, is there any special procedure to changing the fuel filters as far as bleeding the fuel system?






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 12-06-2005, 21:36 Post: 120550
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first of all the axle fluid should have been done at 50 hrs
along with all other fluid and filters,and yes there is a fuel bleeding procedure to be followed if ur going to try to keep up on proper procedures u should invest in a actual sevice manual there is a lot more to it then u average owner realizes






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 12-07-2005, 05:40 Post: 120559
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The 50 hr service was performed at the dealer. They supposedly did everything. I generally follow the recommendations in my owners manual to the tee and I know the value of a service manual. My question was more about personal experience and things not necessarily found in a manual.






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Just did my 200 hour, actually a little early due to the weather. There is a fuel filter replacement procedure in the owners manual. As long as the fuel tank is more than 1/2 full, you can open the bowl and replace the filter without needing to bleed the system. I make sure the tank is full before replacing the filter, just to be sure.

Front axle fluid at 200 hours is recommneded.

I also clean the suction screen every time I change the Hydraulic oil. There is always something stuck to it. Clean with a little solvent and low pressure air.

Check the primary air cleaner, blow it off with a little low pressure air.






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