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  1. #21
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    Jul 2003
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    1,701
    Location
    Central VA, USA
    Tractor
    Mahindra 6000 MWFD, 2 1950's Farmalls, 1974 Farmall 140, 1967 Mf 135Delux

    Default Re: Why choose DX33/34/35?

    Jacob, Nice unit(s). Since you said you were a new operator, I'll post this; after a few hours of using your new tractor, re-tighten all your wheel/tire lugs. They do have a way of some working loose. If you have a compressor and an impact wrench, hit all of them pretty much at every service interval. Enjoy! BobG in VA

  2. #22
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    Sep 2005
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    Location
    Ohio
    Tractor
    Case DX55, Ford 850

    Default Re: Why choose DX33/34/35?

    JK,
    I'm pretty sure the "lower front edge" detail was in my KK rotary cutter and my JD lawn mower instructions. The main thing it to never have the trailing edge lower than the front, or it will have to cut and recut each blade of grass as you pass over it. Level or lower in the front would be the best rule to follow.

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