Anyone know how much work this is? I briefly looked under my new tractor, and realized that all of the autoconnect linkage and PTO parts probably need to come off to be able to attach the front hitch PTO shaft?
It's not too bad at all. I put my 59" snow blower on this summer for a dry run. I figured it is better to test it now than when I really need it. I pulled the MMM bracket all the way up and also move the pins to hold it up in the storage position. I was able to mount and run the snow blower. I plan on taking the MMM bracket off for the winter. I can then torque everything to spec when I put it back on, check for any wear, and fix anything that may not be obvious when the brackets are mounted.