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Re: broke my 5 ft king cutter

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04-30-2013 16:04:03

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OK. I have both KK tools and my bush-hog is a 4ft JD-400 had it over 25 years it owes me nothing. I wish it was a 5 footer and I don't see an N having any trouble with a 5 ft. Now I got to ask how did you beat up this hog so bad? Were you using a graded bolt and not a shear bolt on the shaft? If you hit a stump and no shear bolt it a death sentence. Now the KK is my choice cause its made in the USA, at least mine are. I bet the Deere is all import parts and assembled here.My Deere was old stock USA The Flag Waving LB.

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04-30-2013 18:40:36

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 Re: broke my 5 ft king cutter in reply to L.B,, 04-30-2013 16:04:03  
it found a bolder and suck right to blade and three turn it was over with the bolder and didn't even make a small rock out of it all i know it a gold color bolt i used. with three mark on top of it and using 851-d type of tractor

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04-30-2013 19:19:13

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 Re: broke my 5 ft king cutter in reply to it me again, 04-30-2013 18:40:36  
OK thats not the correct bolt that is a graded bolt it wont shear. when ya get your new hog get extra shear bolts put one in the tractor tool box. You got real lucky as you can damage your tractor. One more thing I forgot to ask. You are using an overriding clutch one your pto? Good Luck.

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05-01-2013 12:57:37

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 Re: broke my 5 ft king cutter in reply to L.B,, 04-30-2013 19:19:13  
never leave home without one all my tractor have one......

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