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  1. #1
    Bronze Member
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    Jul 2012
    Finger Lakes , NY
    Max 25

    Default Max 25 fuel efficency

    I figure my Max 25 is using about 1.2 gal of fuel per hour of pto work. What should I expect? The machine is brand new with only 9 hours on it. I presume figure will change as it gets more broken in?

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    Elite Member AchingBack's Avatar
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    Jun 2005
    Southern Oregon
    Mahindra 2615HST

    Default Re: Max 25 fuel efficency

    I'd be surprised if fuel economy changes. In the seven years I've owned my tractor, I've seen no difference. If your PTO work is mowing, you will use more fuel per hour. Other PTO attachments, i.e., log splitters, operate at lower RPM; hence, less fuel used.
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