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awm
01-24-2001, 07:07 PM
My hydros are sundstrand/hydro gearbdp-10L
Some advice from exmark users would help me
out.I am waiting on reply from exmark .
I figure they will play it safe so would
really rather have advice from daily users.
thanks tm

tlcgrounds
01-24-2001, 08:07 PM
What exaclty is your problem bud!!!

awm
01-24-2001, 08:14 PM
no problem bud. But itwould help if i got
some input from exmark users,as to the toe and
push limitations on the exmarks.I dont want to
damage hydros.

Runner
01-24-2001, 08:20 PM
Oh, THAT! I saw this post earlier, and I wish I knew, but it's hard to tell. As I said before, I pull a 60" tow behind aerator (deep core) with my Lazer, but that doesn't seem to have much drag.

awm
01-24-2001, 08:32 PM
Guess mabe folks just dont use their for
pull push much.Well unless exmark tells me no
i will try to see what it can do.OUGHT TO DO
PRETTY GOOD AS ALL WEIGHT IS OVER DRIVE WHEELS.
THANKS

tlcgrounds
01-24-2001, 08:41 PM
I thouth of pushing snow with my lazers and I talked to a guy who thought I would only have to put a larger Micron filter on the hydros to compensate for the torque. You may want to also increase the gap of your spark plug to about 35 thousandths.

Runner
01-24-2001, 08:44 PM
Originally posted by awm
Well unless exmark tells me no
i will try to see what it can do.


I have found that with Exmark, anything short of rolling it off a cliff, they'll say it's o.k.. Afterall, they're the ones that sell hitch kits for this type of thing AND they say that running double blades will not affect the warranty in anyway. Even with the clutch.:)

Ssouth
01-24-2001, 10:03 PM
I purchased a hitch kit for my 48"lazer HP and it had a warning label not to pull anything over 80lbs. But I did. This fall I used it to pull a 48" core aereator. The drum type that is filled with water. No problems what so ever.