Help identify this brush hog make and model.

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Re: Help identify this brush hog make and model.

Postby tmays » Mon Mar 12, 2018 5:44 pm

Indy4570 wrote:PTO speed a factor? from what I read the cub is way faster than the 540 most PTO driven implements are run at? is that old brush hog really gonna spin at 1800 rpms? did i miss something here?

Hook that thing behind the cub and it would go Gruuuunnnttt....don’t think so... :lol:

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Re: Help identify this brush hog make and model.

Postby pokitisme » Mon Mar 19, 2018 5:33 am

Yeah I'm using it on a 1948 Farmall h. I already experienced the overrun just a bit where I shut the PTO off and as it was winding down it gave me a little jump LOL. It seem to run fine when my tractor was running fine LOL but I've got to wait for the rain to stop and try and start the tractor up again and test it out some more the weight issue was no problem at all I was able to move around freely without the back wheel on it. The tractor supported it with ease.
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