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Old 01-25-2012, 08:13 AM
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we only get about 150 hours from tires on our 36. Thanks for the pointer Ted
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Old 01-25-2012, 09:31 AM
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They recommend changing the hydraulic fluid and filter at 500 hours.
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Old 01-25-2012, 09:41 AM
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James, on my 2009 JR it was a bolt on. I don't know about the JR 36. All I had to do was adjust the parking brake.
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Old 01-25-2012, 11:05 AM
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we only get about 150 hours from tires on our 36. Thanks for the pointer Ted

Anytime. We have lots of gates. This gave us the same width, more stability, longer wearing tread and sacrificed very little in clearance. It was the right choice for us.



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They recommend changing the hydraulic fluid and filter at 500 hours.


We did that 2 days ago. A little late... 678 hrs on the 2009. I am normally a maintenance freak. Anything that has a coat of paint on it gets scraped, sanded and a fresh coat this time of year. Rims, engine hoods and the trailers we haul them with look like new money when we are done. Any repairs, improvements or upgrades we take care of now so there's no worry about it during the height of the season.........At least, that what we shoot for.
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We did that 2 days ago. A little late... 678 hrs on the 2009. I am normally a maintenance freak. Anything that has a coat of paint on it gets scraped, sanded and a fresh coat this time of year. Rims, engine hoods and the trailers we haul them with look like new money when we are done. Any repairs, improvements or upgrades we take care of now so there's no worry about it during the height of the season.........At least, that what we shoot for.[/QUOTE]

Maintenance freak here also.
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