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    X750 getting in the Christmas spirit...

    Growing out its Santa beard already
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    Wow, that's some really dry grass! Were you brush hogging or just mowing with the MMM?

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    MMM, but it was tall field grass. Also very windy today which didn't help.
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    Windy all day here too. Sustained winds have been 10-15 MPH, gusts over 40 MPH.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jvgillow View Post
    Growing out its Santa beard already

    Geez...my X754 would have overheated with that much chaff clogging the air intakes. That's my only gripe with the current X7xx series is they should have put the radiator up front where it belongs.
    I have more ideas than ambition.


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    It was about 45 degrees F yesterday so it was not overheating at all. I like having the intake at the back, because I can see how clogged it is getting without having to stop and get off the tractor.
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