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King Kutter Brush Hog question

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chad from michi

06-03-2009 12:16:56

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I ended up with a really nice King Kutter Brush hog 5' model L-60-40PF
Someone had cut the 3 point brackets off it and was using it not very well I may add behind a Farmall A. I would like to take and find someone who has one and get the brackets made at a local fab shop either by you or me if your close enough I could come borrow the parts?
I went on line and looked and I can buy parts but for what it cost for one peice I can just about get them all made at a local place near me.
Can anyone help me out?

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chad from michigan

06-03-2009 20:16:19

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 Re: King Kutter Brush Hog question in reply to chad from michigan, 06-03-2009 12:16:56  
Thanks guys! I will go to tsc and see if I can figure it out. Looks like I have 2 of the brackets the flattened them out to hook up to fit the final drives of the Farmall. I didn't work they way they had it set up well not very good anyway.

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06-03-2009 20:05:55

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 Re: King Kutter Brush Hog question in reply to chad from michigan, 06-03-2009 12:16:56  
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Mine is a L-60-40-HS But is the same as yours The only difference is the side on mine is removeable to cut hay. Also I have used chains in place of struts because I don't just mow on the flatside . We have a few hills here in WV.

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david g

06-03-2009 14:03:31

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 Re: King Kutter Brush Hog question in reply to chad from michigan, 06-03-2009 12:16:56  

They are sold at tractor supply. You could probably just go there and measure one. I have one that I can draw up as a last resort.

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Ultradog MN

06-03-2009 19:08:05

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 Re: King Kutter Brush Hog question in reply to david g, 06-03-2009 14:03:31  
Good advice. Bring a pad and pencil, tape measure and maybe even a camera to TS or Fleet Farm etc and they wouldn't bother you at all. Gotta measure to see if it will fit on your tractor...
I bought that same mower new a few years ago. I had good luck with it, ran the heck out of it, abused it even. Ran it behind a 2N Ford for several seasons then sold it for half price.
Was money well spent considering the amount of reclamation I did with it.

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