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Re: NAA Jube - Radiator

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06-04-2013 21:30:39

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A single bottom plow probably won't work that Red Tiger too bad! ;)

Clipping pastures? With a rotary cutter?
That would depend on how high the grass is I guess.

It can be quite demanding on depending on size of cutter.

Some of the repops are pretty good. If your temp gauge works

and you keep an eye on it you'd probably be fine going that way.

What is the difference between the standard and the heavy duty

you are looking at? Other than price. Number of cores, shape of
fins, gauge of metal in the tanks? What makes one HD?

That's an honest question I have from reading advertisements.

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06-04-2013 21:59:57

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 Re: NAA Jube - Radiator in reply to Royse, 06-04-2013 21:30:39  
Great question - same one I have - difference between heavy duty and standard.

I always watch my temp guage - the brush hog doesn't seem to have any effect. But I clip pretty high and so don't often put much of a stress on it.

Plowing, in this clay - sure does. But thats once in a blue moon. Whenever those are. =)

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06-05-2013 07:00:07

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 Re: NAA Jube - Radiator in reply to MikeeB, 06-04-2013 21:59:57  
Blue moon: the second full moon in a month. This happens only every 2 to 3 years.
The following is actual and predicted "blue moon" dates:
November 21, 2010 August 21, 2013 May 21, 2016 May 18, 2019 August 22, 2021
For more details, check Wikipedia
More than you wanted to know. grin

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06-05-2013 08:44:10

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 Re: NAA Jube - Radiator in reply to John in Mich, 06-05-2013 07:00:07  

Thats even more plowing than I want to do! =)

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