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  1. #1
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    Default Gotta give LS a LOT of credit here!!!

    They put ONE HECK OF A cooling system in these tractors!!! Just shy of 100* here today in Northwest Montana and i mowed all afternoon with the A/C on full blast. Even in Regen the gauge would hardly move! Started getting a tad bit warm and found the screen nearly plugged but it NEVER overheated! With my old New Holland i would have been stopping every 20 minutes to let the old girl cool down!!! I AM IMPRESSED!!!!!!!!
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    Default Re: Gotta give LS a LOT of credit here!!!

    So far we are loving our new LS tractor also...

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    I don't own one, but sure would look at LS the next time I am in the market. You just about never hear anything wrong with LS. They sound and look like a well built product and I am impressed with that performance in 100 degree weather.

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    Default Re: Gotta give LS a LOT of credit here!!!

    I think LS would be on my short list as well.

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    Default Re: Gotta give LS a LOT of credit here!!!

    I have to tell on myself and a dumb thing I did last summer. We had a half dozen old moldy round bales that we decided to burn to get rid of. After a while they would smolder, so I used our LS to break them apart. After a while the cooling system quit working. The temp gauge on the dash never rose, so I was worried I messed something up. We took it to the dealer to have them check it out under warranty, and the only problem was that the radiator was clogged with ashes and dust. Big dummy me never thought to check that since the temp gauge never rose. They cleaned it out and it's back to its refrigerator-like self.
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    Default Re: Gotta give LS a LOT of credit here!!!

    Good to know! Nice to hear something positive!
    LS share of the compact and utility tractor market grows well due in part from a good product, and features not always offered by others as standard equipment.
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    Default Re: Gotta give LS a LOT of credit here!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by AaronS View Post
    I have to tell on myself and a dumb thing I did last summer. We had a half dozen old moldy round bales that we decided to burn to get rid of. After a while they would smolder, so I used our LS to break them apart. After a while the cooling system quit working. The temp gauge on the dash never rose, so I was worried I messed something up. We took it to the dealer to have them check it out under warranty, and the only problem was that the radiator was clogged with ashes and dust. Big dummy me never thought to check that since the temp gauge never rose. They cleaned it out and it's back to its refrigerator-like self.

    Something wrong with that temp gauge as mine did come up the other day about 1/4" when the radiator was getting full. I knew it was getting full of chaff as the A/C started getting weak......

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