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X320 enough mower?

Posted by sptiger MS (My Page) on
Mon, Jul 26, 10 at 16:35

After years of getting by on my gimpy L120 that I posted about three years ago I've bought a JD X320 for my two acres of lawn. I had decided to get a X500 though I really didn't want to spend that much money on a mower. The JD dealer talked me out of spending that much and assured me that the X320 was stout enough for the 2 acres I mow, even after I told him it was quite hilly. I know the 320 has the K58 transmission, and the 500 has the K72. Here's the link to a thread I posted about the L120 back in '07:

Initial results with the 320 are encouraging and it is a pleasure to operate, but I want to know if the K58 will hold up to my lawn. I am only mowing with this machine, nothing else, e.g. no plowing, grading, or hauling.

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RE: X320 enough mower?

Is the K58 in the 320 serviceable as it should be?

RE: X320 enough mower?

IIRC the X320 K58 is not serviceable. Only the X3xx models with hydraulic lift and power steering have the serviceable transmissions.

RE: X320 enough mower?

I have over 2 acres to mow with some hilly terrain. I bought an X540 about 2 months ago. I wanted to make sure I had more than enough power to deal with my property. Plus, I will be adding attachments over time.

Best of the luck with the X320. It is a great machine.

Enjoy the journey.
eal51 in western CT

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