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    X700 series front wheel fenders

    I installed front wheel fenders today on my x738. I can't believe that there is not that much clearance between the wheel and fender. Maybe 1/2 inch clearance. The main reason I bought them is to help keep the top of my mower deck cleaner. To help prevent mud/grass buildup around the belt and pulleys. Just worry about winter snow plowing with snow and ice buildup under the fenders.
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    I'm still waiting for them to come out with some that will fit the 1 series.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ultra7350 View Post
    I installed front wheel fenders today on my x738. I can't believe that there is not that much clearance between the wheel and fender. Maybe 1/2 inch clearance. The main reason I bought them is to help keep the top of my mower deck cleaner. To help prevent mud/grass buildup around the belt and pulleys. Just worry about winter snow plowing with snow and ice buildup under the fenders.
    I don't think that you will have a problem. The turning tire will usually carve out enough clearance. I'd be more worried about the stalactite of ice that usually collects on the bottom edge. They can get pretty heavy.
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    I have them on my X738, and the clearance is tight but it's not an issue at all. Definitely does help keep grass clippings landing on top of the deck.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fehhkk View Post
    I have them on my X738, and the clearance is tight but it's not an issue at all. Definitely does help keep grass clippings landing on top of the deck.
    That is good to know. Also bought a BM25258 mulch kit for my 60hc mower deck. It has a handle installed on top of the deck to open up the discharge chute so I don't have to mulch in tall grass. So I hope the fenders will keep the handle free from grass.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Levi View Post
    I'm still waiting for them to come out with some that will fit the 1 series.
    Never say never,remember the x series and the 1 series share the same tire and rim size.Dealer told me 1025R can't have front fenders - MyTractorForum.com - The Friendliest Tractor Forum and Best Place for Tractor Information

    I have the fenders on my x595 and I don't have a problem with snow and ice,some mud build up at a plow day once but other than that their great.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TJR345 View Post
    Never say never,remember the x series and the 1 series share the same tire and rim size.Dealer told me 1025R can't have front fenders - MyTractorForum.com - The Friendliest Tractor Forum and Best Place for Tractor Information

    I have the fenders on my x595 and I don't have a problem with snow and ice,some mud build up at a plow day once but other than that their great.
    Oddly enough-your fenders on the X595 look like they have more clearance. The newer ones for the X700 hug the tire a lot tighter just comparing mine and from your pics. Either way, they're the same purpose and do the job, but the newer ones are much more form-fitting per se. I will have to take a picture for comparison sake.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sbronemann View Post
    Oddly enough-your fenders on the X595 look like they have more clearance. The newer ones for the X700 hug the tire a lot tighter just comparing mine and from your pics. Either way, they're the same purpose and do the job, but the newer ones are much more form-fitting per se. I will have to take a picture for comparison sake.
    Maybe they up graded the kit for better looks. The Harley guys get all sucked off when a fender has to much of a gap between it & the tire. Didn't think it would be a problem on a tractor. lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by sbronemann View Post
    Oddly enough-your fenders on the X595 look like they have more clearance. The newer ones for the X700 hug the tire a lot tighter just comparing mine and from your pics. Either way, they're the same purpose and do the job, but the newer ones are much more form-fitting per se. I will have to take a picture for comparison sake.
    I'll get a pic from the side to give you a better comparison.
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    Fender pic.
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