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Re: MF 20 Industrial

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Phil Tibbetts

05-29-2013 11:42:12
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Tony I think the gearing in the transmission is different. I had a Turf 1973 and I put ag tires on it. Never did find out how fast it would go but it was a lot faster than my 135.




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Tony in Mass.

05-29-2013 14:39:56
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 Re: MF 20 Industrial in reply to Phil Tibbetts, 05-29-2013 11:42:12  
I heard that before too. Don't seem to be any faster in any gear than my others with the same back half. Actually, it and the 2135 seem to crawl even slower than the older 35's, 40 and 50. But both of these newer models have 24" rears. So I dunno...



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Phil Tibbetts

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 Re: MF 20 Industrial in reply to Tony in Mass., 05-29-2013 14:39:56  
Well the one I had came with the 16.1 x 18.4 turf tires on it from the State of Maine who bought it new like that. It would move right along with those tires. It was used to mow the shoulders of I95 with a Mott flail mower. It had to be in the transmission as I checked the ring gear and pinion and they were the same as the 135. Possibly the state ordered it with high gearing. They had a bunch of them.

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