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Merlin wrote:George, I'm not quite following your explanation. I don't have a bush hog, but my neighbor does, but no tractor. I have a 3 point hitch on my Super A and he uses my tractor and his bush hog 3 or 4 times a year. I've never really looked at the set up very close, but there are 2 U joints on the bush hog. When he gets it hooked up, there is no way the U joints can come loose. There is no drawbar on my tractor, just top link, lift arms, and a anti sway bar. The bush hog could be considered "ridged" as far as left or right movement is concerned. He has one swivel wheel in the rear, so when he turns, the bush hog just follows along.
Ron Thomas wrote:George:
Thanks for the reply. I too have a 3 point hitch on my 130, and the mower I'm looking at would be mounted in the manner Merlin referred to.
Merlin: is the PTO on your A offset like my 130? If so, does your friend have any problems with the PTO when he bushhogs?
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