It is not an issue.Rockdog said:Was wondering about mowing speed. Would like to be able to mow at the same ground speed as my newer lawn tractor but know it wont in low range. I recall a thread about this a week or two ago. My concern in doing so lies in cooling of the drive motor in high range but reduced flow. Maybe that is a reason the manual states not to mow in high range.
Anybody ever check the surface temp of the drive motor to compare?
The best way to get more ground speed out of any Case tractor is to do two things.dwag said:Wondering if high range gearing could be sped up. Have an acreage cross town to mow and would like to "turn heads" by going 15/20+ mph. Were small tire tractors, like 220/24,s geared the same or could I swap gears from one to get more speed? John
Not a problem thats when you toss out the cinder block then pop the chute....or was it pop chute then throw out the cinder block. But anywho for a little extree insurance you have to say a little prayer. :thumbsup:eBoyDog said: