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Kubota F3680 hitch

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regnuorcs
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2011-01-08          176284


I would like to put an aerator on my F3680. Does anyone out there have experience with putting something not from Kubota on a front deck mower? Kubota sells a 'quick hitch' but it appears that it is used for only their implements, with a special fitting on the implement that attaches to the hitch.
Photos of what you might have done could be very useful.
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auerbach
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2011-01-10          176326


Can't you pull it? Rear-hitch implements are standardized whereas front ones tend to be proprietary. ....

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2011-01-10          176330


A Kubota F3680 is a front deck mower. It only has two 'lower link' connections used for mowing. Any other implement that will need lifting will have to have some sort of a top link connection. Kubota sells a snow blower, sweeper, snow plow,and a debris blower with proprietary hitch.
I guess I could get a pull type aerator, but it just seems so neat to watch what is being aerated??
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2011-01-11          176340


Wouldn't it also be neat to mow and aerate at the same time? Most aerators, especially if weighted, level as well as puncture, so it's often a good idea to aerate more often than once in the spring. If your model doesn't have a rear 3pt, tow-behinds are even cheaper. ....

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2011-01-13          176377


Man, I have a hard enough time doing one thing at a time. I have ordered a three point Millcreek 430 aerator with three point hook up. When it gets here, I will adapt to whatever I need to put it on front. The tow behind would really work, but garage storage without wheels would be difficult. Besides, if it were a tow behind type, then my neighbors would want to borrow it and their yard would look as good as mine?
Thanks for all your input. ....

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