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Bush Hog Vibration

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Posted by T-Bone on November 01, 2000 at 08:05:50 from (216.131.1.127):

I have a 5' Bush Hog brand rotary cutter model sq600 that I bought new this summer. The first on vibrated so bad it shook the whole tractor. I called Bush Hog and they sent someone out to replace it. They said that the stumpjumper had been drilled off center. The one they brought did better but still shakes and rattles, especially if a blade of grass gets between the stumpjumper and the blade. I pulled the blades, polished the area where they are bolted on, even greased that area. It did pretty good until another blade of grass got back in there. I will never buy another Bush Hog implement. I always thought they were the best. The one I had before this one was a super cheap, light duty and it did a lot better job. Go figure.

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