Does anyone on here use chains to control cutting height of their brush hog? If so any pics of how they are mounted to tractor. I want to make a set for my to20 but the only place to attach them is the long pin where the top link spring is. Is this strong enough without putting too much weight on the two mounting tabs that pin goes through. Mower is a 5ft woods model m5. Not a real heavy mower but not lightweight either.
Re: lift chains in reply to bdunegan, 05-20-2014 14:19:45
I should have added that I need the chains to maintain the cutting height of the cutter. I just have a small place to mow but the grass is usually too high to mow at the right height the first time, so I have to carry the mower the first time around. It is fairly level with no hills at all only a few holes.
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