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  1. Repair & Technical Discussion
    Hello all, Newbie tractor owner here that could use some help. I recently damaged my PTO cover/guard and need help finding a replacement, and some advice on powering a brush hog in a way that will protect my tractor (and me, of course). Admittedly, I know very little about the various types of...
  2. Attachments, Implements & Accessories
    This thing is a beast. It is rated to cut 4" trees but I accidently cut an 8" pine tree. Baumalight CP572 by Eron posted Sep 28, 2020 at 11:04 AM Baumalight CP572 Cuts 8in Tree by Eron posted Sep 28, 2020 at 11:07 AM
  3. Operating & General Discussion
    I see cutters rated for up to 4.5”. Assuming your tractors mets the HP and PTO HP spec, what is the technique for cutting trees that large? Back over trees that large with the cutter 6-12” off the ground will put a tremendous amount of force on the cutter skirt and edge because the tree will...
  4. Attachments, Implements & Accessories
    So, my father-in-law has an old 6 foot brush hog where he replaced the gear box to accommodate a 90 hp tractor. He is letting me have it if I want it. I have a 40 hp tractor. I'm not too concerned with the 6 ft size of the brush hog, but I am concerned with the 90 hp rating of the gear box...
  5. Long / Farmtrac / Montana/ LS
    Does anyone have any suggestions (maybe photos, too) of homemade slip covers (PVC sheaths?) or other designs that they use to protect the solenoid/starter assembly wiring from damage during brush-hogging? I’ve assumed the role of operating my father’s Long 2310 to control the ever-invasive...
  6. Attachments, Implements & Accessories
    Recently purchased this 6ft brush hog at auction. Works great behind my old tractor. Could not find any ID plate. Can anyone help me identify the make of this brush hog?
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