Some mowers have adjustable drive speed. Often a
second handle up near the operator. Other times,
just have to use the engine throttle to slow
down the entire system.
I remember one mower we had at church. The custodian
had the ground speed set to max. I remember using
the mower, and spending all my energy pulling back
on the mower, trying to get it to slow down. I did
finally find the ground speed control handle.
You need to take up running as a hobby, then following along behind the law
nmower won't seem too fast<g>!! The only real practical way to change the
mower speed is to slow down the engine speed. You could try changing the b
elt pulley on the transmission if you really can't keep up and you don't wa
nt to change the engine speed.
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