I have been taking the time to install and test our implements. While removing the back hoe I found a sleeve or collar was missing on the lower link. I installed the new sleeve while installing the rotary cutter. I have also installed the rear blade. I will install and test the PD15 auger and box rake later. I made many adjustments to get the cutter in its proper position. I will read up on the theory and methods of adjustments of the three point and proper positioning of the cutter. Any advice is welcome.
Last edited by SamWalton; 12-03-2009 at 05:24 PM.
Good work Sam! its always better to pre-stage before actual use, so you know exactly how it goes together (speeds up install) and if anything is missing (in case you are away from home). The funny thing is every attachment is different, each requiring a little bit of a different approach or setup angle. Trial and error is the only way to see what works best.
Rear Blades and box blades are all about pitch and left and right angle, rotary cutters more side to side sway (annoying), augers are the quick straight in and out at the lowest speed without stalling, the list goes on....dont forget tillers and aerators In time you will be telling us how it works on the B26 not the other way around
'08 Kubota L 39, 2006 JD 2520 TLB, 2003 Cub Cadet 3204, 2006 Ford F-550 turbo diesel 4x4 mason dump, Wright Standers 52" mower, and a ton of attachments!