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JD 317 Questions
|Mike||Just bought a used 317 with a 54 inch blade for snow pushing. Can someone tell this newbie if there is an hour meter on this model?
Also it appears to have a slow leak in the rear tire and the snow chain continues to fall off as it spins. Is a tube a good idea or should I look for a used set on 23x10.50-12's for it?
Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated!
|Sam|| If you have an hour meter it should be on the
dash in your face, can't miss it. By all means
use a tube in the tire if needed.
|Jordan||some machines have the hour meter on the side of the dash column, sometimes... put a tube in that tire, and you can adjust the tire chains to your liking by skipping a link and cutting the link off...
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