- TerraMarc Chipper Owner & Operators Manual

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How to Contact
Bear Cat
M-F, 8 a.m. to 5
p.m. Central Time
Crary Bear Cat
237 NW 12th Street
PO Box 849
West Fargo, ND 58078
800-247-7335
701-282-5520
Fax: 701-282-
9522
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DEAR BEAR CAT CUSTOMER,
Thank you for purchasing a Crary Bear Cat product. The Bear Cat line is designed, tested, and
manufactured to give years of dependable performance. To keep your machine operating at
peak efficiency, it is necessary to adjust it correctly and make regular inspections. The following
pages will assist you in the operation and maintenance of your machine. Please read and
understand this manual before operating.
If you have any questions or comments about this manual, please call us toll-free at 1-800-247-
7335.
If you have any questions or problems with your machine, please call or write your local
factory-authorized Bear Cat dealer.
PLEASE SEND US YOUR WARRANTY CARD
A warranty card is included in your owner's kit packaged with your machine. Please take the
time to fill in the information requested on the card. When you send your completed card to us,
we will register your machine and start your coverage under our limited warranty.
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MAIL
opesales@crary.com
service@crary.com
Before you Begin
6" and 8" Bear Cat Chipper Operators Manual
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WARNING TO ALL CALIFORNIA
AND OTHER STATES OPERATING
OUTDOOR POWER EQUIPMENT
Under California Law and under the
laws of several other states you are
not permitted to operate an internal
combustion engine using hydrocarbon
fuels on any forest covered, brush
covered or grass covered land or on
land covered with grain hay or other
EMISSION INFORMATION
WARNING
flammable agricultural crop, without an
engine spark arrester in continuous
effective working order.
The engine on your power equipment,
like most outdoor power equipment, is
an internal combustion engine that
burns gasoline, a hydrocarbon fuel.
Therefore, your power equipment must
be equipped with a spark arrester
muffler in continuous effective working
order. The spark arrester must be
attached to the engine exhaust system
in such a manner that flames or heat
from the system will not ignite
flammable material.
Failure of the owner/operator of the
equipment to comply with this
regulation is a misdemeanor under
California law, and may also be a
violation of other state and or federal
regulations, laws, ordinances, or
codes. Contact your local fire marshal
or forest service for specific information
about what regulations apply in your
area.
The standard muffler installed on the
engine is not equipped with a spark
arrester. One must be added before
use if this machine is intended to be
used in an area where a spark arrester
is required by law. Contact the local
authorities if these laws apply to you.
See your authorized engine dealer for
spark arrester options.