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    Default 5610 cutting brush.

    Sure works good in front!

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    Nice! I'm jealous. I love bush hogging, it's probably my favorite thing to do.

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    Default Re: 5610 cutting brush.

    Quote Originally Posted by DT86 View Post
    Nice! I'm jealous. I love bush hogging, it's probably my favorite thing to do.
    Thanks, I like it a lot better on this machine than on the old tractor. It was 70 degrees and sunny. Had to turn on the A/C!

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    What size is that bush hog?

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    Quote Originally Posted by birddog0304 View Post
    What size is that bush hog?
    It is 7'. I run it on Hi Flow, about 1800 rpm.

    Cut about 2 acres today.

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    Thanks. I run a 6 ft on my series A. Lot more hills than you have. Any trouble with hydraulics heating up?

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    Quote Originally Posted by birddog0304 View Post
    Thanks. I run a 6 ft on my series A. Lot more hills than you have. Any trouble with hydraulics heating up?
    No over heating so far. Just the second day using the mower on this machine.

    I wish it had a hydraulic oil temperature gauge. I checked the hoses after about two hours, kinda warm, but not too hot to hold on to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by birddog0304 View Post
    Thanks. I run a 6 ft on my series A. Lot more hills than you have.
    Does this qualify as a hill?

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    This was the first time on the back of the dam, it has a high pucker factor!

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    What hill? I see a Toolcat on flat ground, looks like one of our little league fields. Just kidding, that qualifies. I use mine mainly for cleanup around fences and corners after cutting hay or bush hogging ( 15 ft batwing ). I like that front wheel on yours. Another great and handy attachment is a grapple.

    May GOD keep you safe

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    Default Re: 5610 cutting brush.

    Quote Originally Posted by birddog0304 View Post
    What hill? I see a Toolcat on flat ground, looks like one of our little league fields. Just kidding, that qualifies. I use mine mainly for cleanup around fences and corners after cutting hay or bush hogging ( 15 ft batwing ). I like that front wheel on yours. Another great and handy attachment is a grapple.

    May GOD keep you safe
    Yep, that front wheel is why I got this brand. notice the rear is on a hinge at the top of the SSQA, so the front wheel stays on the ground.

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    Unless you pick it up.

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    I agree on the grapple, I have two, but use them mostly on the V417.

    I have been to Tennessee several times, so I know what your hills are like!

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