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WHAT FLOW AND PRESSURE DO I NEED TO RUN A BULL HOG?
MY HEAD HAS STARTED TO LOSE POWER. WHAT SHOULD I LOOK FOR AS THE CAUSE?
The mulcher uses the flow and pressure created by the carrier. If the carrier is producing adequate pressure and flow, these are a few common reasons the head might lose power:
- Loose or defective quick disconnects between the carrier and the head
- Relief valve in the protection block is set below the machine’s system pressure
- Belt is too loose and has started to slip
Contact your local dealer if these suggestions do not resolve your issue.
I noticed my Bull Hog has a QR code imprinted on the serial number plate. What is this for?
How long do the standard double carbide tools last? How can I tell when my carbide tools need to be replaced?
What daily maintenance is recommended for my Bull Hog?
What torque do the tool bolts require?
What is the proper belt tension?
I need to add protection to my machine for operating a Bull Hog. What protection is recommended?
Any machine that runs a mulcher is required to have at least a ½” thick Lexan or polycarbonate windshield. We recommend a metal mesh guard in addition to the polycarbonate window.
Can I move my Bull Hog to a different carrier? What changes are needed to move my Bull Hog to a different carrier?
The Bull Hog can easily be moved from one piece of equipment to another with very minor changes.
What do I need to know to install a Bull Hog on an excavator?
If you are ordering a new Bull Hog, the mulcher will be configured to match your tractor, but you will need to provide pressures and flow for verification.
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