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I kind of regret not getting the broom. I agree, the bucket is indispensable.
 

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buying a new 2013 brutus hd pto

made the deal one month ago for brutus and the snowblower attachment, they have the brutus but can not get me the snowblower, what a bumer, going to start looking at other side by sides ,ex bobcat.
 

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I did have to back-order the plow, but it arrived on schedule, 2 days before the snow

made the deal one month ago for brutus and the snowblower attachment, they have the brutus but can not get me the snowblower, what a bumer, going to start looking at other side by sides ,ex bobcat.
That sucks. I went with the Bobcat 3650 (identical to HDPTO) in part because my Bobcat dealer had the snow-blower attachment on his lot (and was much more interested in working with me than the Polaris dealer).
 

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brutus being delivered tomorrow, dealer installed block heater and new command lever, snowblower attachment arrived also, dealer says he had the brutus doing 40 mph hour today , we will see tomorrow.
 

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It is strange, redline isn't documented anywhere?

When running any PTO attachment, PTO speed must be kept under 2000 RPM, I don't know if there's an auto rev limiter for the PTO, but it seems likely?

Did a few passes today with the snowblower. I need to adjust the shoes, too much snow is passed over. I seem to recall reading that the snowblower runs best around 1800 RPM, the manual just says to keep it under 2K.
 
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