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What is a Rotary Cutter and How to Use a Bush Hog


We took a rotary cutter out for some real world application! Zach teaches us how to best use a bush hog to clear brush from a field.

Extreme Bush Hog Action / 20+ Feet Tall Trees


In this episode, I mowed the field full of big trees... Please consider supporting my work with Patreon - 🤍 If you would like to mail me a product to review, fan mail, gifts, etc. My address is Chud327, PO Box 687, Callahan, Florida, 32011. I hope you like and thanks for watching.



If you have to clear a field, which is the better choice: the brush hog or the flail mower for your tractor? And is there a difference between a brush hog, a bush hog, a rotary cutter? We'll cover all that and more today, and get you set up to make an informed decision when it comes time to buy your field clearing attachment. Products in video: Del Morino Funny Top Flail Mower: 🤍 Dirt Dog Rotary Cutter: 🤍 Speeco Quick Hitch: 🤍 Good Works Tractors is proudly sponsored by BORA Wheel Spacers! If you're looking for a quality solution to add stability to your machine, then BORA is the place to go! With solutions for tractors, ATV's, trucks and more, they're sure to have a solution to fit your needs. Plus, they're Made in the USA! 🤍 Buy Hydraulic Kits! 🤍 BUY One Large 7" x 12" Mirror! 🤍 BUY One Large 7" x 12" Mirror w/Bracket! 🤍 BUY Two Large 7" x 12" Mirrors w/Brackets! 🤍 John Deere 1025r/New Style 2025r Seat Cover: 🤍 BUY A GREEN BALLAST BOX HERE! 🤍 Watch this video to convert your tractor lights to LED! 🤍 SHOP: 🤍 AMAZON: 🤍 SUBSCRIBE: 🤍 LIKE: 🤍 FOLLOW: 🤍 10% OFF WITH CODE GWT AT OUTBACK WRAP! 🤍 5% OFF WITH CODE GWT AT MUDD'S CUSTOMS! 🤍 5% OFF WITH CODE GWT AT JU FAB WORKS! 🤍 5% OFF WITH CODE GWT ON SELECT PRODUCTS AT SUMMIT HYDRAULICS! 🤍 5% OFF WITH CODE GWT AT LUBE SHUTTLE! 🤍 5% OFF WITH CODE GWT AT 511 DESIGNS (CUSTOM GRILLS): 🤍 5% OFF WITH CODE GWT AT TRACTOR PTO LINK! 🤍 5% OFF WITH CODE GWT ON PROTERO DUMP SYSTEMS! 🤍 5% OFF WITH CODE GWT ON SWEEP-ALL SWEEPERS! 🤍 5% OFF WITH CODE GWT AT YARD GLIDER! 🤍 5% OFF WITH CODE GWT AT MILLER TIRE! 🤍 5% OFF WITH CODE GWT AT BIG TOOL RACK! http:🤍bigtoolrack.com 5% OFF WITH CODE GWT AT HEAVY HITCH! 🤍 5% OFF WITH CODE GWT AT TRAC SEATS! 🤍 5% OFF AT RHINOHIDE CANOPIES! 🤍 Complete survey after purchase, mention GWT, get 5% refunded. *Discount codes cannot be combined with any other promotions, offers, or deals! I choose to sell some products through 3rd parties instead of stocking items myself. Know that I will receive a commission if you choose to purchase through certain links. Thank you very much for your support! This video is for entertainment purposes only. Good Works Tractors (Good Works Lawn & Power, LLC) cannot be held responsible for content found in any video. Always reference your owners manuals, use extreme caution, and proceed at your own risk.

Is this Brush Mower really built farm/trail tough? Let's beat it up!!


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Brush Hog Attack Angles for Mowing THICK Brush and Trees with a Compact Tractor


How to use brush hog in thick brush with compact tractor. Kubota L2501 L3301 L3901 L3902 Products in our Amazon store used in this video (costs nothing extra to use these links!). You don't have to buy these specific items to support our channel....just use a link below to get to Amazon then make any purchase: Flex Tape: 🤍 Mechanix Leather Gloves: 🤍 Under Armour Iso Chill Wicking Shirt: 🤍 Solo Seed Spreader: 🤍 Fuel jug nozzle kit with drill bit: 🤍 Orange rubber gloves: 🤍 6’ Digging and Pry bar: 🤍 FIMCO 15 Gallon Sprayer: 🤍 Renegade Razor Hybrid Brush Cutting Blade: 🤍 Dewalt 20V ½” Impact Wrench: 🤍 Dewalt 20V brushless Leaf blower: 🤍 Welcome to our channel! 🎥 What to Watch Next: Fixing Leaky Pond: 🤍 Transforming Our Property: 🤍 Clearing Thick Brush with Mini Excavator: 🤍 Mowing Large Acreage: 🤍 ➤FOLLOW US on Social Media: Facebook - 🤍 Instagram - 🤍 TikTok - 🤍 Our Story: We are four years into a seven year effort of transforming 20 acres of "Piney Grove" in Northwest Florida into our dream homestead/mini farm to be filled with animals and joy. We plan to have a variety of miniature critters on our pastures, raise free-range chickens, grow fish in our pond, garden organically, plant fruit and nut trees, and harvest wild game. Our goal is to escape the stresses of corporate life and embrace all that country living has to offer as we enter the next chapter of our lives. Follow along on our journey! Thanks for watching and please Like and Subscribe to help our channel!! Brad & Deb

Redneck bush hog made from old axle


This is just to show that it works attempt at your own risk.

How to Use a Billy Goat Hydraulic Brush Hog Rental


The Billy Goat Hydraulic Brush Hog rental is the ideal tool for meadow mowing and clearing brush up to 6-ft. high. Check out our Tool Rental playlist for more tips: 🤍 #TheHomeDepot #HomeImprovement #ToolRental SUBSCRIBE to The Home Depot: 🤍 Rent a Billy Goat Hydraulic Brush Hog at your local store today: 🤍 Follow these safety rules before operating: 0:16 Protective gear and safety tips required to operate Follow these tips when operating the Billy Goat Hydraulic Brush Hog rental on: 1:02 Turning the Billy Goat Hydraulic Brush Hog on 1:33 Operating the hydraulic brush hog rental 2:07 Rental return tips ►Before operating, refer to the user's manual for additional safety warnings and procedures not addressed in this video.◄ About The Home Depot: How doers get more done. We’re helping doers in their home improvement projects. Now you can take on more renovation projects with more know-how. Our step-by-step instructional DIY videos and expert advice will give you the confidence for your next project with hands-on learning. It’s a good time to be a doer. WEBSITE: 🤍 FACEBOOK: 🤍 TWITTER: 🤍 INSTAGRAM: 🤍 PINTEREST: 🤍

What YOU NEED To Know about a Brush Hog | Bush Hog 101


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Billy Goat Hydraulic Brush Hog


Here I demonstrate the Billy Goat Brush Hog. This was rented for the day from Home Depot. Amazon Affiliate link to Brush Cutter: 🤍

Flail Mower is better than Bush Hog? Offset Ditch Bank Cutter


We are testing an offset ditch flail mower from Titan Attachments. Is it better than a Bush Hog? All the flail mower information can be found at this link. 🤍 Item No. 191519 48-IN 3-POINT OFFSET FLAIL DITCH BANK MOWER Rear Remote Kit: 🤍 Support the channel by using this Amazon Link. It costs you nothing else. 🤍 Solar Generator: 🤍

Kentucky land 190 acres bush hogging rotary cutter PART 1 Father's day weekend


Join me for PART 1 of my Father's day weekend deep woods adventure at our Western Kentucky 190 acre farm as I take out the old tractor to start bush hogging the road system so that I could show the property to a couple of prospective hunters who might wish to lease this farm for fall deer hunting here in Western Kentucky. Join me in the tractor cab to see the beautiful sights and hear the sounds of bush hogging, aka brush hogging, as I clean up the several miles long trail system with the tractor and Bush hog BH26 HD 6 foot bush hog mower. I concentrated on the perimeter road of this beautiful 190 acre parcel, which is probably close to 2 miles long around the entire loop. I encountered at least 8 to 10 downed trees along the way, as well as many other obstacles, and steep ditch crossings along the way. I'm sure you will enjoy some beautiful scenery and tractor cab time if you join me for today's episode! If you enjoy this kind of stuff please like, and subscribe and don't forget to hit the Bell icon to get all of the updates of our land management projects and country living adventures! We are a Very unique channel unlike any other's that you will find out there on this platform! Thanks for joining us! Stay tuned for more adventures. Kapper Outdoors, living the dream, one acre at a time.

Bush Hog Complete Service in 12 Minutes


I needed to service my Bush Hog so I thought it would be a good time of year to do a front-to-back service. If you take out the time I was just explaining what I was doing, it took about 12 minutes. The first thing I did was to remove the PTO shaft and grease everything on it. That includes the U-joints, the shear bolt assembly, and the plastic shield. I'm fortunate to have a PTO shaft that comes off easily from the gearbox, so that was a fairly easy job. Next, I got a 15/16" socket and open end wrench and tightened all of the bolts on the cutter. Brush Hogs have a lot of vibration, which tends to loosen bolts. I hit all of the bolts on the A-frame, the tail wheel assembly, and the gearbox. You don't want any of those bolts to get loose. My check of my gearbox oil was next, and it showed I had enough oil, but it was a milky color, which means it has drawn some moisture. That could have come from humidity and is pretty normal when you live in an area that has a lot of moisture in the air. There's enough lubricity there to bush hog a few more acres, but I need to change it, and I'll do that in a future video. On my machine, you have to use a suction pump to get all of the oil out and replace it with new. I greased the tailwheel, including the yoke that attaches it to the bracket, and the wheel itself. Finally, I got my flashlight and looked under the machine for anything wrapped around the shaft that leads to the blade pan. It's not uncommon to find baler twine or wire around there, and left unattended, either type of material can run up the shaft and take out a seal and fail a gearbox. Fortunately, everything was fine there. I also looked at the blades, which were extended, if you hit something in the field, it can push a blade up into the blade pan and having one blade out and one blade in can just about shake you off the tractor seat. Outside of needing to change the milky oil in the gearbox, everything was good and ready to go back to the field. I can continue brush hogging with a clear conscience. LINKS YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT... The Tractor Fun Store: 🤍 Support the Tractor Mike Channel: 🤍 Visit the Tractor Mike website: 🤍 Visit Facebook Page: 🤍 Copyright 2022 Tractor Mike LLC

DR Power Tow Behind Mower Bush Hog


Doc sets up the DR Power tow behind field and brush mower which is essentially a tow behind bush hog unit. This will be used to trim down the front fields and control growth in some areas.

BRUSH HOG vs. FLAIL MOWER (for compact tractors)


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Redneck homemade axle bush hog update / rebuild


Rebuilt the whole thing with angle iron and flat stock. Works way better now.

Using the “baddest” bush hog ever!


Working on cleaning up some fence lines and went to pick up a “new” tool. And of course, more stuff breaks down.

Disc Mower and Bush Hog Maintenance!


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DIY Brush Mower Brush Hog with TEST


I made this brush mower / bush mower/ bush hog from a regular push lawn mower. Works great just need to make brackets for the wheels on this design of mower. 1:22 Cutting the Mower Deck 3:20 Cutting Wheel Mount 4:46 Welding the Wheel Brackets 7:02 Walkaround 8:14 First 9:14 Second 11:11 Third

How to Brush Hog (or Bush Hog) for the First Time...10 Tips That Make it Easier and Safer


Most people buying a tractor get some form of three point cutter with it and are a little intimidated the first time they use it. Usually it is a brush hog (or Bush Hog, but that's a brand name), or a "topper" if you're in the U.K. or a "slasher" if you're in Australia, regardless of what it's called, it's a rough cut rotary cutter to clip pastures. Today I'll show you how to operate a brush hog, and give ten tips to make that first run across the field a pleasant experience. Before we start, let's make sure out tractor and cutter are field ready. On the brush hog, check the gearbox oil, grease it, level it and check the blade area to make sure there's nothing wrapped up around there. On the tractor, check the inflation of the back tires (so the cut is even), and make sure the radiator is clean and free of debris, because we're going to give the tractor a little bit of a workout when cutting. To brush hog, all you do is engage the PTO, which can be button or lever activated; if fully independent; or, on certain tractors you may have to push the clutch down and move a lever, then gradually let up on the clutch. You want to be between 1200 and 1600 RPM's when turning the PTO on. Then all you do is drive! There are ten practices I'd recommend to make your first trip across the field uneventful. These can also apply if you're an experienced operator. First, if you have a quick attach bucket, take it off. Those things stick out and can hit posts, trees, etc. Drop it in the weeds and you don't have to worry about it. Second, drive slow until you get comfortable. Low gear in hydro, low range on a gear-drive tractor. Take it easy until you get a feel for what you're doing. Third, watch for obstructions. That can include objects hidden in the weeds, but also watch where your roll bar goes. Low limbs or utility wires can encounter the ROPs structure and create an extremely dangerous situation. Fourth, start in low grass if you can. I never like to engage the PTO where it starts out cutting, so if you can kick in the PTO in an area you've already mowed and drive into the weeds, it's easier on the tractor, cutter, and you. Five, watch the tractor temperature gauge. When brush hogging mature weeds, the seeds can shatter and your fan may suck them right into the radiator. If the gauge is moving toward the red area, stop and clean the radiator out. Sixth, get sun protection. You can cook yourself pretty quickly in the sun on an open station tractor brush hogging for hours on end. I recommend the Rhinohide canopy (available here: 🤍 because it's really tough and you can take it off when you go back into the woods to cut a trail. Seventh, keep people and pets away from where you're brush hogging. Blades on a cutter run up to 18,000 feet per minute and when they encounter something in the field, they can throw it an amazing distance in all directions. Don't let anyone around you when you're running a rotary cutter. Eight, start mowing back and forth in the center of the field. Bush hogs generally stick out on both sides of the tractor and until you get a feel for that, don't try to move up next to trees and fences. Nine, avoid draws, or valleys. Going through a dip in the field can put your equipment in a bind and mess up a PTO shaft (if you're lucky). It could also damage the cutter gear box or the tractor PTO housing. Those are all expensive fixes that you don't need. Finally, watch your butt or the back of your cutter. When turning the rear of the brush hog will swing around really fast and you have to be real careful it doesn't contact anything. It sticks out more than you think it does when you're a new operator. When you're done brush hogging it's tremendously satisfying to look back and see the newly-groomed field. Once you've done it a few times and are comfortable with the equipment and the process, it will be a less daunting task. LINKS YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT... The Tractor Fun Store: 🤍 Support the Tractor Mike Channel: 🤍 Visit the Tractor Mike website: 🤍 Visit Facebook Page: 🤍 Copyright 2019 Tractor Mike LLC

Bush Hog Taking out Trees


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Ten Things to do to Your Brush Hog Before Using


A little maintenance can go a long way toward insuring a long life for your equipment. I don't know if you're like I am, but I generally get in the mood to run the cutter and ten minutes later I'm in the field. As I'm driving the fence row for the first round I'm wondering "Is there oil in the gear box"? Or, "I wonder if the cutter is level?" Of course, these are things to think about way before you hit the field, but that's the way I tend to roll. I have to admit, hosting this channel has helped me become better at preventative maintenance and more geared toward a little planning. So, as I was getting ready to go to the field, I thought it might help everyone out to have a short checklist of ten things to look at before engaging that PTO for the first time this season. I've covered a lot of these in earlier videos, this is the first time I've really consolidated them all together. As mentioned in the video, there are more than just ten things you need to do to get your cutter ready for the field, always consult your owner's manual and do what it says. Having said that, most guys (maybe it's a problem with gals too, it's not with my wife), REFUSE to read the owner's manual and follow directions. I'm not sure why we're geared that way, I'm the same way, I'll watch a video about it, but reading the manual seems unmanly and puts me to sleep. If you're like that, this video is for you, it'll get you past the basics. I really enjoy the brush hogging process. It's one activity that you can do and, when you're done, every time you look at it, it gives you a feeling of accomplishment. Hopefully, this list will not let a breakdown spoil the moment. In the video, I said I'd provide a link to the other video I did on how to slip a slip clutch. It's a couple of years old, but it shows the process that works on most slip clutches (not all though), and will head you in the right direction for keeping that device maintained. Here's the link: 🤍 SUPPORT THE TRACTOR MIKE CHANNEL: 🤍 Visit the Tractor Mike website: 🤍 Subscribe to YouTube Channel: 🤍 Visit Facebook Page: 🤍 Buy Stuff I Use: 🤍 Copyright 2017 Tractor Mike, LLC

An Expensive Bush Hog Breakdown and 3 Ways to Fix It


Got a letter from David, a viewer who has bent the stump jumper on his Bush Hog 296 cutter. This is going to be expensive to repair. New ones are $1060 + freight. He's wondering if he could bend it back and keep it in balance and how to get it off. I've never known anyone who has tried to take a dent out of a stump jumper, also called a blade pan, on a brush hog. I'm doubting it'll work, and I see three options. I think David's first option is to try to fix the stump jumper himself, but to be prepared to replace it, if that doesn't work. The big challenge would be keeping it in balance. If it wobbles just a bit it can woller out the splines on the gearbox shaft, which means both the gearbox and stump jumper would have to be replaced, at which point the cutter would cost more to repair than it's worth. If it wobbles a lot, you'll feel it in the tractor seat and it can tear up the deck, loosen bolts, etc. The second option is to take it to a dealer and have them fix it. I like this option because David has revealed he's a bit over ten years older than I am, and probably doesn't need to be trying to man-handle a 180 lb. stump jumper. You need good relations with your local dealer, there are certain situations where it's best to let people with more experience and better tools take care of your problems. This might be one of them. A lot depends on the condition of the cutter now. He told me it's 15 years old, if the deck is beaten up and the blades are worn, it might be time for plan C. The third option is to trade it in on a new one. I strongly recommend telling the dealer that it was the blade pan issue and being honest about the repair needed. If you don't they'll never trust you on another repair again. They can allow you something for it and then either repair it and resell it when they're less busy or offer it to someone who wants a "project" and sell them the parts to fix it. I like options 2 and 3 the best. What do you think? Put it in the comments below. LINKS YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT... The Tractor Fun Store: 🤍 Support the Tractor Mike Channel: 🤍 Visit the Tractor Mike website: 🤍 Visit Facebook Page: 🤍 Copyright 2022 Tractor Mike LLC

How and When to Change Your Bush Hog Gear Box Oil


Milky gearbox oil means there's moisture present and that's not a good thing. My bush hog had that issue, so in today's video we're going to change it. Most brush hog gearboxes require the oil to be pumped out the top with a suction/oil extraction device like this one on my Amazon Affiliate Page: 🤍 A few of the newer machines have a drain plug in the bottom, which is nice, albeit a little difficult to reach. So, I removed the top plug, stuck the hose in the bottom and started pumping. A lot of gearboxes have a cavity in the bottom that makes them a bit difficult to completely drain, but I must have done pretty well, because when I refilled the case, it held the full 2 quarts. What came out of the box was a yellowish, oily substance, and when it was gone, I refilled the chamber with clean 80W-90 oil until it just slowly started trickling out of the sight plug. Then I put everything back together and I was done. A gearbox is the most expensive part on the brush hog and very costly to repair, so you want to make sure you have good lubrication on the gear teeth and no major leaks. LINKS YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT... The Tractor Fun Store: 🤍 Support the Tractor Mike Channel: 🤍 Visit the Tractor Mike website: 🤍 Visit Facebook Page: 🤍 Copyright 2022 Tractor Mike LLC

5 Ways to Tear Up Equipment Running a Bush Hog


I was out doing some brush hogging the other night and thinking about all the folks who are moving to the country and buying tractors and bush hogs and using them for the first time. 2020 has ended up being a good year for small tractor sales and many novice operators are out there cutting pastures for the first time and may not know that there are multiple ways they can damage new equipment, that won't be covered under warranty. So I covered them all in this video. The first, and most dangerous way to damage equipment is by tractor roll over. Most of us moving to the country don't get the flat and fertile farmland, we get the hilly ground and are trying to mow slopes. Always remember to keep your seat belt fastened and roll bar up when cutting, and definitely make sure your tractor is properly ballasted. Tire ballast is something I'd never be without and the best choice is Rim Guard, who sponsors my videos. Rim Guard (at rimguardsolutions.com) is the original beet juice, a byproduct of the sugar beet industry. It's heavy, won't freeze to -35 degrees Fahrenheit, and is non-caustic and environmentally friendly. For most of us, liquid ballast in the back tires is all we need, but there are two more things you can do if you still feel you're in danger when mowing on hills. One is to add wheel weights, the other is to set the tractor tires out wider. Avoiding a rollover is the best way to prevent damage, if you ever do turn a tractor over, turn it off as soon as you can, engines don't run well upside down. The second way to damage equipment is by not providing proper lubrication. Make sure you grease all PTO shafts, including the U-joints and the shield, and don't forget the tail wheel, which takes a beating and requires frequent greasing. Keeping your equipment lubricated will make it last longer and avoid repairs. I like to grease every time I've brush hogged from 4-8 hours. The third way to mess up equipment is to let bolts get loose. Your owner's manual will tell you to check all bolts on a brush hog frequently. There is so much vibration on a cutter, bolts tend to loosen themselves up and you don't want the cutter coming off the tractor or the gearbox to come loose. Fourth, make sure the temperature gauge on the tractor works because radiators can get completely clogged up during bush hogging. Tall weeds may have seed heads on them that shatter when hit by the front of the tractor, then the fan will suck those seeds and debris right into the radiator (and hydro cooler if the tractor is a hydrostat) and the engine can heat up rapidly. Keep an eye on the engine temperature and clean out the radiator often, with a tool like Radiator Genie. Finally, if you have a "draw" or valley on your place, be really careful not to drive straight through it. When your tractor wheels are headed up a hill while the tail wheel is still coming down the previous hill you can create a real bind in your PTO and something has to give. It can blow the back out of your cutter gearbox, bend the shaft, or even break the PTO shaft off the tractor. All are expensive repairs. Keeping these five potentials for breakdowns in mind at all time will help you protect your tractor investment and keep you safe! LINKS YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT... The Tractor Fun Store: 🤍 Support the Tractor Mike Channel: 🤍 Visit the Tractor Mike website: 🤍 Visit Facebook Page: 🤍 Copyright 2020 Tractor Mike LLC

Replacing The Bush Hog Blades | The Old Ones Weren't Cuttin' It!


On rainy days we try and catch up on some of our shop work. We have been doing some bush hogging this year, but still have a good bit left to do. It has been a while since we have changed the blades so we backed it under the barn and replaced them. Ours is a Rhino FN180 15' batwing bush hog. It takes 6 blades total. 4 of them are the same blade and 2 of them are a different blade. We pulled out our Milwaukee impact to see if it would get the job done and were not disappointed! Two important things to remember when changing bush hog blades. 1) Safety - The bush hog is probably hooked to hydraulics to raise and lower different parts of it. Hydraulics can fail so make sure you have a back up in place (Jack, locks, blocks etc.). 2) Blade removal - more than likely, the nuts and bolts are left handed thread. This can be very aggravating if you forget. #bushhog #farmerhunt #rhino

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The Great Brush Hog Debate - Forward or Reverse


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Why Am I Burning Clutches on My Deere MX6 Bush Hog?


Got a letter from Vernon who is having trouble with his John Deere brush hog. It read, "I bought an MX6 John Deere bush hog and the 1st time I used it in less than 30 minutes it burned up the slip clutch, so I had it fixed. The dealer said I had it too low to the ground, which is not true because it was set at about 2 1/2 inches. Im using a John Deere 5085E to pull it . After I got it back from the shop I hooked it up again and less than 30 minutes later it happened again! The dealer keep saying I'm setting it too low but Im not cutting bushes, just tough grass that hasn't been cut in a couple years. Is there any advice you can give me? I just got it back again and am afraid to try it; it's' still brand new." I don't think this is the problem, but the first thing we need to do is to set the slip clutch correctly. The dealer has likely already done that, but we should double check his work. Here's a video on how to properly set a slip clutch: 🤍 Once we're sure the slip clutch is right on the brush hog, there are three areas I'd look at to resolve the issue. First, there may be such a volume of grass being cut that there’s nowhere for it to go and it’s like the cutter is trying to mow a hay bale all the time. The cutter should be set exactly as the owner’s manual outlines, it probably needs to have a slight forward rake, in other words, it’s lower at the front than the back, so the material goes out the back and doesn’t get thrown forward and cut and recut. That’s tough for a rotary cutter to do, it takes horsepower, and it could overwhelm it. Second, I agree with the dealer that 2½” is pretty low to mow. Here, you’d be plowing and grinding up a lot of rocks and drastically shortening the life of the cutter. It’s also better on a lot of grasses to mow higher. If you mow a lawn at 2 ½” in this area the grass will be weak, and you’ll have a mostly weedy lawn. Mowing at a minimum of 3”, and better is 4-4 ½” gives you a much healthier stand of grass. If you’re in the south, you may have warm season grasses, and they tolerate a lot lower mowing height, so 2 ½” may be where you want to be. Vernon may want to mow higher one time, then come back and mow down to the desired height after the cut grass has had a bit of time to decompose. Regular mowing after that may solve the problem. Finally, brush hogs aren’t designed to be lawn mowers, that’s what finish mowers do. Brush hogs have thick blades and are designed to make a rough cut on woody plants to weaken them, while allowing the grass to grow. It might be time to consider trading the cutter on a finish mower if the look of a lawn is what's desired and there’s no brush there. Finish mowers are a lot better at expelling cut grass. With a 70 hp tractor on a 6' cutter, Vernon is not going to feel when the cutter is struggling from the tractor seat. If my 40 hp tractor/6' cutter was slipping slip clutches, I'd know it because the tractor would be struggling, with that much horsepower, the tractor won't feel the stress of the cutter. If Vernon will check the slip clutch and angle of the cutter, experiment with different heights, and possibly trade his bush hog for a finish mower, I think his troubles will go away. LINKS YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT... The Tractor Fun Store: 🤍 Support the Tractor Mike Channel: 🤍 Visit the Tractor Mike website: 🤍 Visit Facebook Page: 🤍 Copyright 2021 Tractor Mike LLC

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How to brush hog with a Ford 8N tractor


A step by step tutorial on how to brush hog using a Ford 8N tractor. Ours is a 1948 Ford 8N with the Woods Dixie Cutter M5. The process would be similar for a 9N, or 2N model. Step 1 - get an overrun PTO coupler. Tractor video. #outdoorgans #ford8n #fordtractor #farmtractor #purplecollarlife How to brush hog: Step 1: Start the tractor (watch our other video for more details) Step 2: Push in clutch Step 3: engage PTO and release clutch (transmission in neutral) Step 4: Lift brush hog and move to where you need to work Step 5: lower draft position to where Brush hog just glides along the ground Step 6: Increase throttle Step 7: Push in clutch and put tractor in gear (1st or Reverse) Step 8: Release clutch to begin driving with PTO engaged. Step 9: Watch for obstructions (rocks, stumps, etc.) Step 10: Drive over (or back over) the area you wish to clear Step 11: Push in clutch to stop driving and to stop the PTO Step 12: Disengage the PTO lever to slow/stop the brush hog blades (wait for them to come to a complete stop. Please subscribe to our channel here: 🤍 Our Facebook Page 🤍 Our Instagram 🤍 Partners and Sponsors Toro: 🤍 Artillian: 🤍 Curtis Industries: 🤍 OUR EQUIPMENT LIST John Deere 2210 Compact Tractor Toro TIMECUTTER Split-Fire 2265 two-way Log Splitter Split-Fire 4090 wood chipper Polaris Ranger Yamaha XT250 dual sport motorcycle Stihl chainsaws Ford F-350 Godzilla 7.3 Ford 8N We live in Northwestern PA and have around 70 Acres of Land, in the middle of family homestead land from more than 4 generations back. We have one daughter, one rescued Great Dane, and one cat. We enjoy working on our property and making improvements. We enjoy tractors, chainsaws, splitting firewood, rural living, and all purple collar life projects. Our day jobs are primarily white collar job, but our rural life is full of blue collar and purple collar activity. #purplecollarlife YouTube Community guidelines: 🤍 The content of this video is intended for entertainment purposes only. Clicking on the affiliate links does not cost you any more, but does give us credit for sending you to Amazon. *We are a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for us to earn fees by linking to Amazon.com and affiliated sites. Amazon affiliate links: PTO overrunning clutch One New Over Running Coupler Fits Allis Chalmers, Fits Case IH, Cockshutt, Fits Ford New Holland, Fits John Deere, Fits Massey Ferguson, Fits Massey Harris: 🤍 GreaseTek Grease Gun-Pistol: 🤍 John Deere TY6341 Multi-Purpose SD Polyurea Grease 14oz Container: 🤍 John Deere Multi-Purpose SD Polyurea Grease Case TY6341 OEM (10 Pack): 🤍 3M WorkTunes Connect + AM/FM Hearing Protector with Bluetooth Technology, Ear protection for Mowing: 🤍 Thank you for your support. Email: purplecollarlife🤍gmail.com #purplecollarlife Published August 24, 2022 Current subscriber count at the time of upload: 9649 Purple Collar Life is a privately owned channel and part of Education Situation Specialists. Sponsors: Toro, Artillian, Curtis Industries, Earthway, Andersen, B&W Hitches 0:00 - 1948 Ford 8N 1:30 - Woods Dixie Cutter M5 2:30 - Overrun PTO coupler clutch 3:30 - Clutch pedal, PTO engage lever, draft control 4:08 - Step 1: Start the tractor (watch our other video for more details) 4:27 - Step 2: Push in clutch 4:35 - Step 3: engage PTO and release clutch (transmission in neutral) 4:40 - Step 4: Lift brush hog and move to where you need to work 8:01 - Understanding the 3 point connection 8:53 - Things to check on the tractor (oil level, radiator, oil air bath, hydraulic fluid, gasoline) 10:39 - Brush hog in reverse or forward? 12:08 - Step 5: lower draft position to where Brush hog just glides along the ground 12:40 - Step 6: Increase throttle 13:00 - Step 7: Watch for obstructions (rocks, stumps, etc) 13:07 - Step 8: Drive over (or back over) the area you wish to clear 15:20 - Brush hog maintenance 16:50 - Clearing trails 17:43 - Brush hog tips 20:20 - Ford 8n ride

New Bush Hog BH15 5' Cutter For Sale by Mast Tractor


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Bush Hog Rebuild // Part 1


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