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2018 Cub Cadet Challenger 750


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1,. Reduct your clutch discharge to back of cab.   Help s noise and heat.   

2.   Insulate the top of the engine compartment with an old yoga mat.  Helps noise and heat.   

3.  IMO,  If it does not have the 2019 exhaust upgrade, be prepared to do so.  The close coupled setup on the earlier models is bound to crack. 

4.  If you want the door top halves, try the soft set from utv parts and accessories.  Well worth the $ 130.00 investment.

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