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Re: Help With 4 ft. Mower and 53 Jubilee
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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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