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02-14-2013, 09:41 PM #1
This fall I was plug aerating my lawn, we had a dry summer so the ground was a bit hard even though it had just rained. I had to load down the aerator with some pretty good weight to get the aerator to cut in. My lawn is one and a half acres, all went well for about an hour then the lawn tractor started to go slower to the point it barely moved. I unloaded the weight and unhooked the aerator and was able to drive it back to the garage. I felt the hydro fluid it was full and hardly warm. I let the lawn tractor sit for a while then started it and mowed the lawn, all seemed to be fine. Do you think I hurt anything?
02-14-2013, 10:11 PM #2
Re: LX277 hydro
Try changing the fluid if it does it again. Or maybe just change it anyway. Switching it to a synthetic oil helps it work more consistantly.
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