I have a newbie question. Attaching a finish mower to my TO35 at the lower attachment point, do I need a U shape connector or just pick one side of the connection point and go with it. I prefer not to use the draft connection point. I've also noticed that there is not a lot of room for the top link to pivot between the pin and the differential case.
Re: Non draft control mower attachment question in reply to Tom h., 05-13-2019 09:42:44
I want to move the mowers top link from the draft control connection down to the fixed mounting point below. And does it matter which side of the center bolster I use or should I make a mounting bracket to keep it in the center.
Re: Non draft control mower attachment question in reply to Baytel, 05-13-2019 10:14:10
I wouldn’t put anything on that, the upper link is built to take the jostling and impact from the implement. Also the 35 have both position control and draft control. Not just draft. Get the operator manual, it goes into depth how to use correctly.
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