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Re: Help With 4 ft. Mower and 53 Jubilee

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09-30-2013 18:55:56

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look at the top link extension I installed on my howse cutter. I have a t0-35 fergy, so it has about the same hitch angle as your tractor.

I found the top link needed to be higher, so when I raised the cutter, the rear of the cutter would come up higher. otherwise, at some point the front the cutter would be higher than the back.

this top link extension solved that problem, it also gave my some movement if I when into a low spot.

go over the heavy grass twice, 24" heavy grass is tough as we do not have much over 20hp.

ask any question you have on this forum.
these guys have seen it all and someone will know how to solve your problem

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10-01-2013 12:34:17

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 Re: Help With 4 ft. Mower and 53 Jubilee in reply to maxwell99, 09-30-2013 18:55:56  
Each response was worth my price of admission! ;- D Thanks to all. First I"ve heard of that extender. I"m an insane improviser, and wonder why that didn"t occur to me. If I were to closely watch someone else operating the hydras, maybe I could"ve seen more. ___*One factor I failed to mention; the surfaces/ ground level of the pastures is as bad as it gets, I believe. Pitted, pockets galore, just a horrible ride. Not so bad on the "Hey Jube" (that"s mine! only to use. Ha) , compared to the Yanmar 1500 we use to drag. You better have a chiropractor on call if you take that one too fast. Ha. It"s a great little machine, tho. ___ Oh, one more question. I"ve noted that I"ll raise the mower at times. Rather than changing gears- 1st or 2nd only, I"ve been simply raising and lowering the mower in attempt to maintain the least amount of bogging-down I think the Jube will tolerate. Or "most", I should say, by what I"m hearing from her. Is that not a good practice?
__ I"ll take the advice on 1st gear only, and only mention gear changes because of one post or tutorial I had read. I knew I"d not be doing that, not without coming to a near stop! Of course then you have all these varying cuts, and the temptation is to go back over the area again. __*Waiting till the next day? for going back over half-cut high grass-- I"ll try that. Thanks again to all!

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