Guide to using the Honda FR750 Tiller

Guide to using the Honda FR750 Tiller

You purchased the Honda FR750 Tiller and now you’re ready to put it to good use. Before you get started, there are some things you should understand about the safety and handling of your new tiller.

Tiller Specifications

When getting the job done correctly, the specifications of the equipment are just important as every other detail. The Honda FR750 tiller is equipped with a fuel tank capacity of 0.69 gallons and tills a width of 22.4 inches.

Controls and Features of the Honda FR750 Tiller

This tiller is loaded with a throttle lever, engine switch, main clutch lever and the differential lock lever, all conveniently placed on the handle. With the consumer in mind, Honda included a handle to adjust the tiller to a comfortable height for each user. This piece of equipment also comes complete with a gear shift lever, drag bar, mud guard and rotary tines.

Tiller Safety

Safety is always the most important factor when operating machinery. Proper clothing such as long pants, boots, gloves and eye protection are just the beginning. Next, you should explore the area to be tilled by clearing the area of rocks, sticks and other sharp objects that could become caught and thrown from the machine. If objects become lodged in the tines of the tiller and then thrown at a high speed, serious injuries may occur. Clear the area of children and pets to ensure the safety of the user as well as others. Always operate the tiller in a well-ventilated space to avoid breathing in carbon monoxide. Keep clear from the exhaust system as it will be hot, and never place hands or other body parts near the tines while in operation.

Operation of the Tiller

Please read the entire owner’s manual before operation. Know how to use all the controls properly and learn how to stop the tiller suddenly in case of an emergency. Always perform a pre-check on the tiller, checking the levels of the engine oil, transmission oil and fuel. It is also advised to check the air filter and measure the tire pressure, as well as ensure the security of all nuts, bolts, and screws before each use. Measure the height of the handlebars and adjust to the desired comfort level before starting the engine. After going through all safety procedures, the machine will then be ready for use.

Maintenance and Servicing of Your Tiller

Routine maintenance of your tiller will assure long lasting life and excellent performance. Doing pre-checks before each use, properly cleaning the machine after each use, and proper storage of your tiller will help to maintain a longer life. Keeping parts free of debris and lubing periodically will prevent the components from rusting.

Care and Storage of Your Tiller

Proper care and storage is another way to assure your tiller will maintain a longer lifespan and work properly. Before any type of care or storage can be performed, ensure the tiller has had enough time to cool down after its last usage. Next, wash the tiller thoroughly with a hose, but be careful not to get water into the air cleaner. After the machine dries, allow water to evaporate by starting the engine and using the clutch lever. Once cleaned, find a well-ventilated area to store the tiller, keeping in mind that gasoline is still in the tank and can easily ignite. Keep the fuel valve off and the tiller on a flat, level surface to prevent unnecessary leakages. Storing in a cool, dry area is recommended.

Where to Buy Parts

When parts are worn out or not functioning properly, you will need to order new parts for your Honda FR750 tiller. You can find Honda OEM parts by visiting www.hondalawnparts.com. Their handy parts look-up tool will help you match your model to it’s proper replacement. Honda Lawn Parts ships directly to your door across the U.S. and Canada.

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