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    Default Learn from a Newb, #1

    When you hook up your 5' brush hog to the back of your Cub Cadet 7275, it's important to remove the trailer hitch before lowering the rear hydraulics and engaging the PTO. The trailer hitch ball will make short work of the plastic housing around the brush-hog's drive train, spinning at 540 rpm.

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    Default Re: Learn from a Newb, #1

    Thats a good one, LOL. Also from one newb to another, if you dont use your tractor for a while, block the clutch pedal down or you run the risk of your clutch sticking to the fly wheel. ask how i know?

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    Default Re: Learn from a Newb, #1

    Quote Originally Posted by Desade View Post
    When you hook up your 5' brush hog to the back of your Cub Cadet 7275, it's important to remove the trailer hitch before lowering the rear hydraulics and engaging the PTO. The trailer hitch ball will make short work of the plastic housing around the brush-hog's drive train, spinning at 540 rpm.
    I can confirm this.

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