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Hi guys,
brand new to this forum, and I just bought a 2007 XP 700 and had a Boss 6' plow put on it yesterday. I ran it for about 30 min and it started to overheat.

obviously I shut it down. any reason it's doing that? I ran it for days before the plow was put on and it ran great

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I'd check the radiator. It's common for them to get plugged up with mud and weeds. It's also possible that it had an air pocket in it. They can be a pain to fill, you need to raise the front end and try to burp the air from the system.
 

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Opening the bleeder (on the drivers side of the motor in the 700 I think) is also helpful to remove air from the system...

Check the fins on the back if the radiator too...
 
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