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Thanks for sharing with us. slkpk
 

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You bet I've talked with several people and some were just not sure exactly how it works. I was kind of one of those people at first. But after getting my hands on it I understood it perfectly. After struggling to hook up my box blade from the brush hog in 115* heat this past summer this was a big seller for me.
 

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It's no fun fighting the attachments to get hooked up. One of the best additions to my 2305. slkpk
 

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Thanks, Late. I have had the same hitch for a few years, and since the bottom width of my attachments are so different, I cannot use mine; except on my rear finishing mower. I guess I need to do some welding to make the bottom widths a little wider on my rear blade, etc. Still, this video helped.
 

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Thanks, Late. I have had the same hitch for a few years, and since the bottom width of my attachments are so different, I cannot use mine; except on my rear finishing mower. I guess I need to do some welding to make the bottom widths a little wider on my rear blade, etc. Still, this video helped.
Good I'm glad. Can you just weld some flat steel on the outside and then put your hitch pin through it on the bottom? that would kick it out a bit ( I dont know how much more you need to go)

Good luck!!!
 

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Yeah, I'll have to try something like that.
 

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Actually on my box blade it was more narrow than my brush hog so I just added a washers and lock washer on each side then slid my pins through the box blad and tightened the crap out of them LOL
 
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