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Water level limit

Creek at the limit of driving.

I took this picture a couple weeks ago after a flood.

The water level goes up to about half the tire height of the Kubota X900.

It could handle a little deeper but that's our comfortable limit.



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You really should get a winch for the Kobota. May well save some grief. Esp.if you have to leave it in the middle of the creek!
Comment by wewally Sat Jan 28 10:00:51 2017
That's way to big of an expenditure to risk damaging in the creek! No warranty on submersion damage!
Comment by Eric Mon Jan 30 19:05:44 2017

One very unique homestead, $1,500 per acre, the opportunity of a lifetime