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CID skid steer brush cutter review

Discussion in 'Compact Equipment Attachments' started by Lindsey97, Aug 27, 2013.

  1. Rio_Grande

    Rio_Grande Active Member

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    Mine probably have around 100 on them, unfortunately one side got taken out on a chunk of concrete, the other one has about 4 in of the end worn heavily. They have some vibration
     
  2. digger doug

    digger doug Senior Member

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    Huh ?

    Can't cut a 3" hole in the deck for a socket ?
     
  3. Rio_Grande

    Rio_Grande Active Member

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    The nuts are welded on.