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Bush Hogging with CK20

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crozier
Join Date: Nov 2003
Posts: 32 Crozier, VA
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2004-01-08          73479


I was using my CK20(gear Drive) to do some bush hogging with a 5'cutter. I was handling it well. I did notice however that there was a fairly loud clicking sound when I pushed the clutch in to go from forward to reverse. It was definately related to the inertia of the hog spinning my PTO shaft. I'm thinking that it is a built in over ride or "ratchet" to keep from pushing my tractor forward like my old farmall did. Can anyone verify that?

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bradfordind
Join Date: Jul 2003
Posts: 2 north florida
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2004-01-08          73481


Yep sure does internal ratchet I was just checking it out in the parts manual.

Dave in Florida ....

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DK35vince
Join Date: Feb 2002
Posts: 689 Western,Pa.
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2004-01-08          73482


I can't say for sure, I'm not real familiar with the CK models but I would say you are right.
Some sort of internal over running clutch so the mower does not push the tractor .
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DK35vince
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2004-01-08          73483


Oops,
I didn't see Dave had already answered. ....

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wallac
Join Date: Dec 2003
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2004-01-09          73521


THIS DOES NOT HAVE ANYTHING TO DO WIYH THE CLICKING, BUT WHAT BRAND HOG ARE YOU RUNNING AND DO YOU LIKE IT? DOES IT FEEL REAL HEAVY? ....

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wallac
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2004-01-09          73522


THIS DOES NOT HAVE ANYTHING TO DO WIYH THE CLICKING, BUT WHAT BRAND HOG ARE YOU RUNNING AND DO YOU LIKE IT? DOES IT FEEL REAL HEAVY? ....

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crozier
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2004-01-09          73549


The bush hog is an older model (about 20% original paint), but I think it called a Taylor Way? The price was right, it was given to me. It's pretty big and heavy but the CK had no problem picking it up or running it. I didn't go over any real big stuff maybe 3/4" on down, but it didn't seem to strain the engine at all. ....

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