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In Reply to: Re: Exhaust posted by mark sr on Tuesday, January 07, 2014:
I worry sometimes in tall grass when mowing. Once in awhile I let it get too tall and worry about starting a fire. the upright pipes, i think, don't put fumes in your face. never really noticed it anyway. Maybe if you were going about 50 mph! Do have to cover the pipe when you leave it outside. I cover my JD even when I park it inside. Just habit i recon.
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