I have some small hills and I can tell it slips a bit when I climb. Dull blades rip and tear the grass instead of cutting it. This further stresses heat and drought punished grass, and it makes for a not-so-pretty lawn. Not a good idea for a drive train. The option to print the manual has also been provided, and you can use it by clicking the link above - Print the manual.
Advertisement Print version Many people prefer to read the documents not on the screen, but in the printed version. Do you change speeds a lot? Have to pull up hill alot? The drive disk can get ridges in it, from wear. Brown Tips on Your Grass? However, if you do not want to take up too much of your disk space, you can always download it in the future from ManualsBase. But I hate the drive train. Starting out in a higher gear wears out the rubber tired wheel quickly! It must clear the rubber tired wheel in neutral! I replace My disk at least once a year and I mow somewhere around 2 acres a week with mine.
I think it is amazing that those things do the job they do but that is beside the point. Check for dull blades on your mower. The rest of the mower I love. If you want to quickly view the content of pages found on the following pages of the manual, you can use them. Summary of the content on the page No. I can't back up on any kind of a grade. If your grass tips are turning yellow and brown in the days after a cutting, you were probably cutting with dull blades.
Then the drive disk screws onto that. . Start in lower speeds and shift up or just put it in the speed you want and let it catch up. Do you use the clutch alot? I don't know if it could be refaced by a machinist, but it wouldn't hurt to try it. . .
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