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|Ed||My buddy's brand new X304 rear steer is less than 3 months old, and has shattered the rear plastic (PVC)fan three times, mowing on an almost level surface. The belt running close to the fan slaps the fan shattering it into pieces. This may be a design flaw. JD has no answers yet. We love Deere, but I would buy a different mower if buying in the near future. Anyone else have this problem?
|Dana||Ask your dealer to check DTAC solution #72659. It basically says to trim the tips of the fan blade until it no longer contacts the belt.
|Ed||Thanks Dana...I've forwarded your info.