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Happy to report that the factory dust panel I installed on my 09 700XTX exceeded my expectations. The noise was reduced, and the amount of dust being drawn into the cab has been reduced 75-90%! I'd highly recommend this modification to all. I've attached some pictures, the interior has not been cleaned, and the back side of the dust panel is where the dirt accumulated! This is the dirt that used to be in the cab! I did not need to grab the air hose when I got off of the machine.
 

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I might have to add that to my project list, the list is growing faster than my wallet.
 

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Iam not buying anything else..............:D
Sure I believe that and this is your Last Post too...I've heard that line before
 

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Now that I have the cab enclosure, the dust shield is now a must I'm sure. It will be added when I have the green.....:) Just another thing for my wife to roll her eyes at....:rolleyes:
 

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Now that I have the cab enclosure, the dust shield is now a must I'm sure. It will be added when I have the green.....:) Just another thing for my wife to roll her eyes at....:rolleyes:
just tell her mike H keeps finding parts for you to buy,then it will be alright.:rolleyes:
 

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just tell her mike H keeps finding parts for you to buy,then it will be alright.:rolleyes:
From the looks of everyone's location I'm going to have mad wives attacking from all sides :eek: Time to start digging that fallout shelter:D
 

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It's still in Springfield, Mo at the repair shop.
 

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Having the pump rebuilt it's suppose to pump 1,500 gpm but failed its last test pumping less than a 1,000 gpm.
 

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That is a lot of water! How much pressure doe's the pump generate?
 

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That is a lot of water! How much pressure doe's the pump generate?
Our average operating pressure runs from 150-200 psi, it all depends on how long our attack lines are. We test our attack lines at 250 psi.
 

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So one guy cant hold the hose.
Our 1 3/4" lines yes, the 2 1/2" are tough to hold with one but can be done. If we're using it for a defensive attack outside we can loop it on itself and the weight of the water helps hold it down. I also carry 1" webbing in my bunker pants that I can loop on the hose then over my shoulder to help with the weight or tie off to the top of a ground ladder if needed.
 

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We use adjustable fog nozzles, straight tip nozzles use lower pressure.
 
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