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    rc2048 noise

    Used the cutter for really the first time today on my 1025r. noticed a pretty loud bang when I engage the pto. rpms are set at idle when engaging. normal?? thanks

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    Possibly. The blades swing freely on a center disk and centrifugal force causes them to swing out and cut. It's not uncommon for to get a clunk or bang as they begin to move.
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    My RC2072 bangs when I engage the PTO. I attribute it to just as Blake said above and/or the clutch slipping a bit.

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    great, thanks guys

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