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Mav Chopper

Has anybody put a mav chopper on a s680 or s690? How is it performing? Worth the upgrade for a 40 ft header?

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Has anybody put a mav chopper on a s680 or s690? How is it performing? Worth the upgrade for a 40 ft header?

Have they improved the design of the installation? I have a MAV on my 9650sts. And while I love the chopper I hate the fact that you have to unbolt it entirely to remove the sieves

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The MAV won’t chop any better than the JD

It may spread more even...........

Not worth it unless you have an early S with the crappy power cast board

Johnny chopper pretty good overall in my personal opinion, with the simple finned tail board.

Square box........
Round pizza.......
Triangle pieces....

Iam confused......


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