I ve also found information saying Mott has a flail mower, Model CLB60, to fit the LoBoys. I m gonna go on a witch hunt for one after I get everything elseMessage 1 of 4 , Jun 11View SourceI've also found information saying Mott has a flail mower, Model CLB60, to fit the LoBoys. I'm gonna go on a witch hunt for one after I get everything else sorted out.
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On 06/11/2013 09:46 AM, intloboy184 wrote:
Category 1 3-point attachments are suited for the loboy. I think lifting capacity is around 500lbs depending on leverage.
3-point disks, plows, and blades should be ok depending on weight.
The real gotcha comes with the PTO. Any PTO attachments need to have been designed for the tractor.
Known 3-point PTO attachments are the following:
IH Model 50 single stage Snowthrower
IH Model 15 Tiller
McKee Snolander dual stage Snowblower
Woods RM59 mower (Must get the one with special gearbox, spindles and blades for the loboy)
If any "standard" PTO items are to be run, Hub City built a gearbox PTO reducer that geared down and reversed the rotation of the PTO. These are rare and quite expensive.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "22train@..." <22train@...> wrote:
> I have a VERY HEAVY 7' rear blade - trying to trade it for a smaller one as
> no obvious provision for counteracting front weights - except wheel weights.
> Whatever you get, be aware of weight concern as front wheels tend to lift
> -------Original Message-------
> From: andrew
> Date: 06/09/13 19:00:54
> To: email@example.com
> Subject: [IH CUB LoBoy Numbered Series] 3 pt attatchments
> hey everyone i was wondering if anyone would give me some suggestions on
> which 3 point hitch attatchments work well with the loboy and which ones to
> stay away from..thanks everyone andrew