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  1. #1
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    Default baumalight pto mulcher mf860

    Considering buying one of these and wondering if anyone out there as any experience in using one of these.
    have 25 acres of bush, lots of tag alder and smaller trees.
    have a Montana 5740C that puts out 50-52 hp at pto.

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    Default Re: baumalight pto mulcher mf860

    The baumalight pto mulcher is a monster! It will easily drop 4-5 inch trees and devour them.

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    Default Re: baumalight pto mulcher mf860

    Can you use a PTO muchler with that little horsepower? I imagine it could easily drop 4-5 inch trees, but with 50 hp??? I don't think so.
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    Default Re: baumalight pto mulcher mf860

    I think it's rated 45-68 hp. I read that at 50 hp it will do 3-4 inch brush if you are slow about it.
    [URL="http://www.baumalight.com/mulchers/500_3ph.php"]

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