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Also the hydraulic control pipes (mine, not the ones you sent) came loose and the 4F7952 (etched in my mind : ) o-rings blew out. Couple of gallons of Iso46 and a couple of gallons of diesel should stop anything growing around his brush pile now!
You definitely want the crankcase guard and the engine side panels on if you're going off road.
I actually got a real nice pair of engine panels from another club member. Doesn't seem like it would be to hard to fab up a functional set, but copying the original would be a little more involved
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