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Re: HC48 Hydrocutter

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Tom Arnold

09-25-2012 20:01:03

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No Case ever had the hydraulic PTO bolted to the area between the seat tower and the dash tower back in the early 70's. They were all mounted on a bracket that was bolted to the left side of the tractor behind the Operator's seat.

I am trying to understand your post. Are you able to use the tractor with no issues if the HydraCutter is removed from the tractor? It sounds to me like your vibration complaint has to do with the mower and has nothing to do with the PTO or the basic tractor.

These mowers use swinging blades that are susceptible to damage. A bent blade will cause vibration. More information please.

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Daniel L. Banzhoff

09-26-2012 12:45:09

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 Re: HC48 Hydrocutter in reply to Tom Arnold, 09-25-2012 20:01:03  
I bought the hydrocutter from one guy and the fender mounted PTO from another. The tractor's fine, the hydrocutter runs fine once I get it started. What I'm trying to do is stop the blades from making a big bang. The blades are not bent and are balanced. I guess I'll have to live with it. Thanks

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Case Nutty 1660

09-27-2012 12:45:31

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 Re: HC48 Hydrocutter in reply to Daniel L. Banzhoff, 09-26-2012 12:45:09  
with the detent in the pto valve yes it will be "instant" on/off, my Hydra cutter book recomends enguaging/disenguaging at very low idle, as long as you make sure everthing is clear of the blades I can not see what it hurts to start the engine with pto in to make a slow start cnt

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