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    Mowing Re: BX1860 OVERHEATS (?)

    No apology needed: :thumbsup:
    http://www.tractorbynet.com/forums/attachments/199991-feldmann-turf-vent-aerator-stand.html

    Wrooster
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    Mowing Re: BX1860 OVERHEATS (?)

    Cavitation is the result of a dynamic fluid flow resulting in pressure drop, such as behind a propeller. It can also occur when engine coolant system flow velocities are very high.
    Cavitation -...
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    Mowing Re: BX1860 OVERHEATS (?)

    LoL.

    Please elaborate on how the thermal characteristics, and cooling system operation specifically, differ between a gasoline internal combustion engine (aka spark ignition) and a diesel internal...
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    Mowing Re: BX1860 OVERHEATS (?)

    In this type of water cooled engine application, pure water is the most efficient coolant. In contrast to a 50/50 mixture of water and antifreeze, pure water has over twice the thermal conductivity...
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    Mowing Re: BX1860 OVERHEATS (?)

    Get the dealer you purchased the tractor from re-involved, and don't take "oh, they all do that" for an answer. The temperature gauge showing red during mowing with a 48" MMM is not normal. ...
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    Mowing Re: BX1860 OVERHEATS (?)

    B.S.

    I have a 2010 BX1860 (54" MMM) with about 100hrs and have never been "in the red". That includes cutting 1.5 acres of grass and moving tons of stone/mulch in really hot weather -- and I have...
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