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Boggs down when you hit grass a little high like its running out of gas 20hp on arens zero turn changed gas filter no help the gas filter does not show gas in it when running

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This is usually indicative of strain on the motor, moreso than a lack of fuel. You may want to check and see if the blades are obstructed or the discharge chute may be blocked. Wet grass is a common culprit in this and can really labor the blades, as well as cake the deck making it difficult for the blades to not only turn and cut, but to discharge the clippings as well. As long as you have the 3 primary elements of combustion (air, fuel, fire), this is most likely going to be the cause of your problem.

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