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06-04-2003 16:45:03

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Does anyone know if a bushhog was made for a WD with the snap coupler hook up? Thanks Max!

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06-11-2003 06:59:05

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 Re: AC Bushhog in reply to Allispro, 06-04-2003 16:45:03  
The Woods setup is the way to go. I modified mine a little after a couple of years so that it pins through the holes in the lift arms instead of using the latches, works better for me.

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06-08-2003 07:14:37

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 Re: AC Bushhog in reply to Allispro, 06-04-2003 16:45:03  
WOODS makes AC snap coupler and IH 2-point adapters for their mowers. I ordered the snap coupler parts from my dealer and installed them on a GREAT PLAINS 5ft. mower that I have. My WD has been dragging it around in the summer for 7yrs now with out any problems.

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den/southern illinois

06-05-2003 17:18:05

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 Re: AC Bushhog in reply to Allispro, 06-04-2003 16:45:03  
I have a model 160 pull type and in the manual they also show it as a snap coupler style. The 160 is a 5 ft model. The manual also shows the model 172 as a snap coupler model. The 172 is a 6 ft mower.

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06-05-2003 13:44:43

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 Re: AC Bushhog in reply to Allispro, 06-04-2003 16:45:03  
I thought I remember seeing one at the gathering of the orange last year but it might have been converted AC did put there name on some We have the 3pt model and the pull tipes I have seen the same width use the same deck so if they converted one it would be hard to tell


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Greg Bahr

06-04-2003 19:02:08

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 Re: AC Bushhog in reply to Allispro, 06-04-2003 16:45:03  
I do not know if there ever was a brush hog made for snap coupler Allis Chalmers, but I did convert a 3 point to work on my D 17 and it works just fine. If you are interested in finding out more, e- mail me your phone # and I will call you to discuss with you, acguyd17@firststep.net I look forward to talking to you Greg

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