Stevo7122, When you went into that gully and the mower "bottomed out", you may have driven the PTO shaft into the rear of the tractor. When you hook up the mower, you need to check that the PTO shaft is the correct length. To do that you must make sure that it can extend and retract without bottoming out or coming apart. The geometry of your 3 pt as it relates to the PTO shaft is what determines these adjustments. With all that said, you also must check that the shaft slides in and out easy. Grease must be applied to the shaft to make it move easy. HTH Keith
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