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Cat 2 tractor with Cat 1 Mower

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09-01-2003 21:07:46

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Any comments on using a Cat 2 tarctor with Cat 1 hog? I have a AC 190XT, but a friend who owned it before used a Kingcutter 6' (Cat 1) and used bushings to convert it to fit Cat 2. He used this set up for over 10 years and never burned up a gear box. He ran the tractor at about 2,200. Should I cheat and run a cheaper hog also?

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09-02-2003 06:08:04

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 Re: Cat 2 tractor with Cat 1 Mower in reply to Ryan(MO), 09-01-2003 21:07:46  
I can't see where that would be a problem as long as your careful. My brushhog is set up with a 100hp gearbox rating, and a heavy duty slip clutch on the mower. If yours has shearpins instead of a slipclutch, just be sure to use the correct grade of bolts so they will in fact break before something on the machine does.

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