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    99.9....and then 100 hours on the x750...

    Purchased used last summer with 79 hours on the clock.

    Finally got it fired up yesterday for the first mowing of the season...and cracked the 100 hour mark : )

    (with my RIO by-pass method...)


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    Hi neighbor, I live about an hour away (Malcolm). Congrats on the milestone. I should react the 100 hour mark later this year on my x738. I have 85 hours right now.
    I will be spending some time with my tractor today replacing TRV and shimming the IRV. Then adding liquid to the tires for more weight. Getting it ready for the CTC loader I ordered. Whoever thought that I would be excited for a loader. Just tired of wheelbarrowing rocks and mulch every year.

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    I really miss the analog dash from my 2015.
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    I just went over 60hrs on my x738, only owned it for 9 months. I'm guessing I will be well over 100 by the end of the mowing season.
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    Wait until you hit 500 hours, then 750 hours, then 1,000 hours, 2,000 hours, 3,000 hours........

    I am near the 3,000 hour point on one machine.......about 250 hours on the other.

    I hit 100 hours on my new machine well before it was 100 days old.................I know at the end of the 6th month, it had 175 hours on it.
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    I'm 51 now, turning 52 in September.

    Main reason I opted for the Yanmar...durability. Figured I will hit the 3,000 hour mark right around the time I turn 80 years old : )
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