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Old 07-16-2013, 10:18 AM
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Originally Posted by pick6333 View Post
Question for all you XT5 owners. When soil conditions are very moist and plugs seem to be very soft when you slightly overlap your last pass do the front wheels seem to collect a lot of mud/plugs slowing the machine? I would assume if this does occur the hydro drive would be drastically effected and slow the machine. Here in the Midwest we've had a lot of rain and my PL 800 wheels collet to alot of mud and w/o any drive it becomes very difficult to operate.
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When aerating the lawn the tines are pulling the machine across the lawn. The front tires are really only used in transport.
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