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My neighbor was cutting up sycamore leafs when some of the leafs either go into the muffler, drive belt or clogged the deck making friction.

Lack of water close was an issue, and it went up super fast. Minutes! It was amazing, as soon as the fire touched the plastic hood, game over!

No one got hurt.

 

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Makes you want to consider onboard fire suppression!

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Wow , that would void a warranty in a hurry . The way their building some of the newer LGT's it's a wonder this doesn't happen a lot more often - too many hot places to stuff combustible material into ...

 

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èh, its a problem that solves itself sarge, if it were to happen more often industry would do something about it i would think

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burnt cub who wants some lol jk. got a picture after fire was out? also what it look like before?

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The same thing happened to my uncle's crapsman a few years ago , he also lives in SW Penn  . Are you guys using oil based fertilizer on the yards ?

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WOW !!   That's a scary site. I cut grass with a 312-8 and  after I installed an electric fuel pump on it, I mounted a small fire extinguisher on the fender. Hope I never need it but you never know.

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Heck of way to toast marshmallows fer sure!

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