POWERHOUSEBOY and 7520 (regarding cowl holes)

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Hi guys, another happy 7520 owner here. Thought I would ask you guys about the 4 holes on the right side of my cowl. I know that your tractors are some of the first ones made. Do your tractors have these holes, or anything fastened to them?

7520, did you ever get your wheel weights? Do you have R4 tires? It took me months of bugging my dealer to get my rear weights for my R4's (don't have them on yet) and the jerry can weights.
 

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   / POWERHOUSEBOY and 7520 (regarding cowl holes) #2  
I didnt know that you could put wheel weights on the R4 rims
Maybe im wrong /forums/images/graemlins/confused.gif
Ernie
 
   / POWERHOUSEBOY and 7520 (regarding cowl holes) #3  
Those holes could be to mount a DVD player...or a juice squeezer...or a mini fridge...or...
 
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tractorErnie, Mahindra's website indicates that wheel weights come with the tractor with either ag or industrial tires. My owners manual shows that wheel weights come with the tractor with either type of tire as standard equipment. I think that Mahindra offered them before they had them and that might have been why it took so long for me to get mine. I hope to put mine on soon, just need some extra time.


Brian
 
   / POWERHOUSEBOY and 7520 (regarding cowl holes) #5  
The weights are now a dealer installed option, which is Mahindra's polite way of saying "we charge for these now". This just changed recently. I haven't tried them on R4's yet, but it looks like they will fit.
 
 
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