So u didnt have time to remove it but u had time to sweep it all upWorked on a dairy farm as a student where for the first time I had a 74 series that still had a back window in it. Used to take it off if there was any danger of it getting broken while using a machine. One afternoon on a busy day I was told to put the Farmhand complete diet feeder on and put a mix in for the high yielders as they were out of food. The Leyland 272 that normally pulled it wasn't available and I didn't have time to remove my back window. Knew the handles on the feeder would catch the window if it was raised so left it down. After mixing all the bulky ingredients reversed down the slight ramp into the shed where the fish meal was and the feeder handles just made contact with the window! Almighty bang and glass everywhere. Took over an hour to sweep all the glass up off the floor and then in the evening the same trying to get it out the cab! Was heartbroken!
cutting silage one day for a pal jd6330 1365 mower assume it was a stone in open back window oot through windscreen brown trouser moment back windae allways shut nowAfter feeding the cows I was made to clear up! Talk about rubbing salt in the wound! Part of the learning curve on practical experience whilst being a student!
Had that with a kuhn too stone dropped by my feet, we fitted a guard to the back window after thatSomething similar with the Kuhn version of the same mower stone shattered one bit broke the inside mirror an other bit went through my shirt into my back , just a small cut, could have been worse.