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Old 07-10-2021, 10:32 AM
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Default JD rotary broom on CCC 3185

Finely got my broom setup complete. I didn't do it all my self, I had a local welder help. The PTO knuckle being 1/8 of an inch too long was the largest setback. Thanks to those who helped on that thread. Used for some detaching and gravel removal from my parents lawn.

I had 200 lbs of cast iron on the 3 pt, but that wasn't enough. Needed another.

It's a JD 60in HD broom. The 55 inch would have been lighter, probably better in that regards. But the 60 in comes in yellow paint not green, so that's way better.

Ended up buying a new PTO knuckle Weasler 105-0615 to replace the JD one that was 1/8 inch too long.

Let me know if you have questions.
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Mark from Minnesota

3165 with CC Snow Blower, Front blade, Sims Cab
3185 with 3pt hitch, it runs now. But not well.
48in and 52in mower decks
2185 with mower from my dad when I have a project for it.
Massey Ferguson Model 70 corn planter.
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