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    Default first choice finish mower

    Does anyone have a first Choice Finish Mower? They are made in Italy and I can get a 6' for $1095. 5' is $995. The deck is 3/16" and looks heavy made like a landpride. Hitch is adjustable and floats. my other choices are Landpride or farm king..also is a 6' too much for a 2150 kubota (24 hp) 4x4.....any comments appreciated!

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    Default Re: first choice finish mower

    Never heard of choice Finish Mower. Your 24hp kubota should be able to handle a 7' finish mower. I used to have a 5' on my B7100 (16hp) with no difficulty.

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    Italian made/import {as are a number of finish mowers…}

    Most of these 6' finish mowers will operate with as low as 15 PTO hp... as long as the grass is not 2 or 3 feet tall... [img]/w3tcompact/icons/wink.gif[/img]

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    I have a 6 foot wide LMC rear discharge which looks just like the picture. LMC private labels these mowers from an Italian manufacturer. Mine was $795 new in 2001, this my second one. I have a 24 hp kubota 4wd tractor, I think 7 foot is too big slows down too much when the grass gets high, sold it two years ago and bought a 6 footer, works great. ric

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    Default Re: first choice finish mower

    never heard of that namebrand, but check out john millers post(how do u do it john) i runa 5 ft behind my 2400 no problem u should be able to do 6 ft.

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