Troy-Bilt Riding Mower

13CC26JD011

13CC26JD011

Features

Model

CR12 Lawn Tractor

Engine

Briggs & Stratton 752B21R70039G1 10.5 HP

Deck Cutting Width

30 Inches

Number of Blades

One

Transmission Type

Variable

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Model Manual Form Number Download operator's manual
13CC26JD011 MOWER:MINI LT:30SD 6 SPD J STY
GDE:FAST START:13AC26JD:MY2012 778-12450 PDF Version
GDE:FAST START:13AC26JD:MY2012 778-12450B PDF Version
GDE:FAST START:13AC26JD:MY2016 778-12450C PDF Version
GDE:FAST START:13AC26JD:MY2017 778-12450D PDF Version
MANL:OPER:BILING:CR12 MINI 769-11837 PDF Version
MANL:OPER:BILING:CR12 MINI 769-11837A PDF Version
MANL:OPER:ENGL:13BC26JD Mini R 769-09344 PDF Version
MANL:OPER:ENGL:13BC26JD Mini R 769-10159 PDF Version
MANL:PARTS:TB:26X:2014 769-09475 PDF Version
MANL:PARTS:TB:26X:2015 769-10425 PDF Version
SHEET:SUPP:WARR/PARTS:TB CR12 769-11841 PDF Version

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Maintenance Schedule

Before Each Use

  1. Check engine oil level by using the dipstick
  2. Always use fresh fuel when filling the equipment's gas tank
  3. Check air filter for dirty, loose or damaged parts
  4. Inspect and clean around muffler to remove dirt build-up. Accumulation of debris around the muffler could cause a fire

Every 10 Hours

  1. Check engine oil level
  2. Keep battery cables and terminals clean and free of corrosive build-up. After cleaning apply a light coat of petroleum jelly or grease to both terminals

Every 25 Hours of Use

  1. Clean and re-oil air filter's foam pre-cleaner (if equipped)
  2. Remove front and rear wheels;lubricate the axles and the rims well with an all-purpose grease before re-installing them
  3. Clean engine cooling fans with a brush or compressed air
  4. Lubricate the steering rack and pinion gear located under the front of the unit

Every 50 Hours of Use

  1. Change engine oil

Every 100 Hours of Use

  1. Replace air filter
  2. Check spark plug condition and gap using a feeler gauge

Every Season

  1. Lubricate all the pivot points on the drive system, parking brake and lift linkage with light oil
  2. Lubricate the axles and the rims with an all-purpose grease before re-installing them

Prior to Storing

  1. Run engine try of fuel or use a fuel stabilizer
  2. Remove battery, clean battery terminals and hook up to trickle charger
  3. Lubricate axles and rims
  4. Clean engine cooling fans
  5. Check spark plug condition and gap
  6. Always refer to your operator's manual for additional detailed information

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