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    i have a older model clipper 400 bushhog and i have a few questions i hope you will take the time to answer.first,i raised the bushhog and the blades were straight out,just like a regular lawnmower and when i tried to move them,they would not move.i thought they weresupposed to swing like other bushhog blades so when you hit something it would not break the machine.can you tell me what you think the problem is?secondly,i have a leak on my lower gearbox for my bushhog.i noticed it had a bearing around the shaft.if i took all the bolts off,would it fall apart?and is there a gasket to replace the one that went in there?i thank you for your time and i hope you can answer my question because i love this bushhog and want to keep it in the best shape i can,thank you.i am new to this forum stuff so i hope i did it right.

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    i have a older model clipper 400 bushhog and i have a few questions i hope you will take the time to answer.first,i raised the bushhog and the blades were straight out,just like a regular lawnmower and when i tried to move them,they would not move.i thought they weresupposed to swing like other bushhog blades so when you hit something it would not break the machine.can you tell me what you think the problem is?secondly,i have a leak on my lower gearbox for my bushhog.i noticed it had a bearing around the shaft.if i took all the bolts off,would it fall apart?and is there a gasket to replace the one that went in there?i thank you for your time and i hope you can answer my question because i love this bushhog and want to keep it in the best shape i can,thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jamo795 View Post
    i have a older model clipper 400 bushhog and i have a few questions i hope you will take the time to answer.first,i raised the bushhog and the blades were straight out,just like a regular lawnmower and when i tried to move them,they would not move.i thought they weresupposed to swing like other bushhog blades so when you hit something it would not break the machine.can you tell me what you think the problem is?secondly,i have a leak on my lower gearbox for my bushhog.i noticed it had a bearing around the shaft.if i took all the bolts off,would it fall apart?and is there a gasket to replace the one that went in there?i thank you for your time and i hope you can answer my question because i love this bushhog and want to keep it in the best shape i can,thank you.
    It sounds like the blades may be seized to the bolts or the blade holder. You could try using a good penetrating oil to break them free. If that doesn’t work, I’d loosen the bolts, clean the surfaces and re-torque. If the blades are in bad shape, it’d be a good idea to go ahead and replace the blades/bolts while you’re at it.

    The leak sounds like a seal on the output shaft. If you remove the blade holder(stump jumper) from the output shaft and remove the bolts from the top of the deck that hold the gearbox on, you can take the gearbox off and replace the seal.

    I hope this helps.
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    I was born into the Baby Boomer generation. When I was growing up it was important that businesses took care of their customers because, if they did not, they did not stay in business. Companies today are driven increasingly by what makes the CXX the biggest bonuses on a quarterly basis. The future of the company is of no consequence because they do not plan on being there anyway. As consumers, we are just a necessary evil to keep their revenues flowing. Today, the commonplace corporate motto is: "If it wasn't for all of these damned customers, we could get some real work done around here."

    Now having shared my sentiments toward corporate America, I want to share my perceptions of Everything Attachments. I recently ordered a 72" Wicked Root Grapple, a Post Hole Digger and a Subsoiler from them. I will limit this review to how I was treated as a customer, and, in the future, I will write reviews on how well these attachments perform in the field.

    The transaction was flawless. They shipped my equipment in the fashion that I requested since I did not want to make multiple trips to the freight terminal 100 miles away. The one thing that impressed me the most was the way in which they communicated. In the past, if I got a nickle for everytime I was promised a return phone call that day by a company, and never heard from them, I could probably afford to buy Everything Attachments from Ted if he wished to sell. I must say that Rick, Travis, Greg and Scott communicated exactly as they promised everytime.

    I have a Mahindra 5035 PST on which I am using this equipment. When I mounted the post hole digger the tip of the auger would barely clear the ground. When I spoke with Travis about this, I learned that I should have about 6 inches ground clearance. After sending some photos for them to review, they made up a new hoop for me that was 3 inches taller than the standard one initially shipped. Now I have excellent ground clearance, and I am a happy customer. This is the kind of service that makes you want to do business with them again. They wanted me to be happy with their product, and they helped me solve the problem I was having. I will buy from them again. Now, if I could only get Mahindra to sign up...............

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    I have read a lot of great comments about Everything Attachments over the past two years. I have been impressed. It is not often you hear and read of great customer support and quality.

    Last Wed. I decided to to bite the bullet and order the post hole digger I have been wanting for months. I called at 9:30AM and after a brief discussion I decided on the 6900 model with a 9" auger. I placed the order and that was that.

    At 10:20 AM I received my e-mail verification of the order and tracking numbers. WOW, that was fast.

    At 10:45 AM on Thursday, Fedex delivered my digger.

    Now, I realize that I only live 160 miles away from their facilities, but this was unreal service.

    Thank you Ted and crew.

    One very satisfied customer,

    Jack Terpack
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    I want to thank Everything Attachment for the professional and prompt service. I called on Friday afternoon and talked to Travis about buying a set of pallet forks for my tractor. I placed the order and the following Thursday afternoon I picked them up at the terminal in Beaumont, Texas. Just outstanding!

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    Thanks guys for the business and for your kind words!!
    Our customers are #1
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    Last week I emailed Rick a few times back and forth discussing skid steer mounted hydraulic augers.
    He pointed me to a McMillen x975. I placed the order Monday AM and it showed up Thursday noon-ish!!
    great customer service and quick shipping. It looks like it got a few blemishes during shipment, not to bad. I am currently installing a jumper from my remotes to FEL and I hope to punch my first hole this afternoon

    Thanks again Y'all!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by RAMBUNCTIOUS View Post
    Last week I emailed Rick a few times back and forth discussing skid steer mounted hydraulic augers.
    He pointed me to a McMillen x975. I placed the order Monday AM and it showed up Thursday noon-ish!!
    great customer service and quick shipping. It looks like it got a few blemishes during shipment, not to bad. I am currently installing a jumper from my remotes to FEL and I hope to punch my first hole this afternoon

    Thanks again Y'all!!
    Thanks for the business!
    That is a great PHD that should give you many years of excellent service!
    Travis
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    A family-owned American Company that also sells quality Made in USA Implements every chance we get! We pride ourselves on giving good product information and putting the needs of our customers above our own!

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    Hello,

    I am in the process of looking to purchase a 60" rotary cutter. My research came down to the Landpride RB1860 or the Woods BB60X. I had a post going on TBN and I was given the EverythingAttachments website to look at their 60" unit. I must say that the video of the unit was impressive. It has a strong gearbox (up to 75HP), slip clutch, strong deck (10 gauge steel) etc. It seems to have everything that the Woods or Landpride units have except the user data to support it's functionality. Has anyone purchased this rotary cutter and posted their input on how well it works in the field. From what I have read about the company, their reputation is going in the right direction but it's still difficult to purchase something without some backgroung to support the equipment. It is priced more reasonable than either the Woods or Landpride and that is certainly a very big consideration.

    Any feedback on the EverythinAttachments 60" rotary cutter would be very helpful.

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