- Apr 26, 2012
For everyone here on this thread. The 4400 is not compatible with the mounting points of the lower units. Not even close.
Mopar humor. :smile:No reason to get worked up over cuttin' grass. I'm just thinking that heavy use (extreme heat) & contamination without an easy way to change fluid & filter is what makes the ezt "light duty". They seem to be giving a lot of folks good service.
A '69 Hemi Superbee could test a Dana 60 rear end, but a slant 6 Valiant didn't need one. Some guys need a 1hp bandsaw and some only 1/2hp. On & on..
Hydro Gear says main issue with under running speed is heat build up. Running higher RPM keeps fan and fluid all moving and cooling.I have yet to have any issues with my Husqvarna Z4217,but I keep reading low engine rpm will damage the EZTs. While I never mow at less than at near or at full throttle,what happens when lower rpm is used? What gets damaged and how and why is what I was wondering. Just something I was curious about. So much great knowledge here! TIA!