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06-06-2002 17:41:18

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Hello All,
I was wondering where I could find out more info on the WD45 models? What kind of options do they have? I am looking at buying one right now and I am not to sure what I should be looking for on the ACs!! What kind of implements would I be able to use on it? Could I brushhog with it and put a 3 point hitch on it?
Chris B.

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06-07-2002 21:13:37

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 Re: WD45 in reply to ChrisB., 06-06-2002 17:41:18  
It'll pull a bushog without any problem. A 3 point conversion is not a problem and is easily done. Good luck if you decide to buy it. RegardS: Glenn

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06-07-2002 21:22:02

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 Re: Re: WD45 in reply to GlennDinFL, 06-07-2002 21:13:37  
Thanks Glenn for the info. But the ad says that it also comes with a tagalong, is that a trailer or what? Sorry about the stupid question but I am 17

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06-11-2002 06:50:10

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 Re: Re: Re: WD45 in reply to ChrisB., 06-07-2002 21:22:02  
A tagalong or tandom brushhog is trailer styled and pulled. Advantages are a smoother cut across rough pastures. Disadvantages are; can't lift it over stumps etc., sharp turns are hard on the PTO shaft, backing up is very difficult. My WD45 came with the tandom and after the first season I bought a 3pt to replace it.

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