What Ken has pictured I'm sure is not recommended.
He also has a lot more of a hydro system than most ZTR's do.
So does some of the Dixie Chopper models.
Also, use your head a little guys...
To begin with, these are take on flat ground.
The load is also rolling.
And this is brush.
Furthermore, these are "still" photos.
I mean, let's get REAL here...
How much tongue weight do you reckon a 1,000 lb ZTR can take?
No I mean before it pushes the ball to the ground and pops the front tires off the ground.
Also, how much weight do you think a 1,000 ZTR could really move, even if the drive was strong enough and indestructable?
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