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|michael lenker||I have a new JDX520 with a 54 inch deak/// My question is in two parts 1. how much of a angle is safe to mow along a ditch....2. will that angle starve the engine of oil... thx mike
|bontai Joe||Most manuals say the 15 degrees is about the max you should go. You won't starve the engine for oil as just about all motors now a days have pressurized lube systems to deliver lubricant everywhere it needs to be, but you DON"T want to roll a tractor over when you are on it.