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|AJ||I have a 57 or 58 Cub Low Boy. It has a 60" Woods deck (3 spindle). I have approximately 1.5" acres to mow, and have been mowing with the tractor throttle wide open. The engine was rebuilt about 10-15 years ago. I was wondering if this is a problem, and if it will cause engine damage? I have been using it this way for the time that I have owned it (a few years) with no problems. No oil usage, runs perfect.
Just wondering if it is better to run the engine, rather than lug it?
|John M||I dont see a problem with it.