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    Default Can anyone ID this brush cutter?

    Can't find any label, was re-painted Ford blue but I need to know what brand to find parts.
    Thanks,
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    Default Re: Can anyone ID this brush cutter?

    Looks like an older Sovena... Can't find their website but you should find a match on Ebay.

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    Default Re: Can anyone ID this brush cutter?

    Is it possible it's a Ford 951 mower??? There's a pic of one on this manual:


    Ford 951 951A Mower Parts Operators

    There looks to be a very strong resemblance between these two mowers anyway, and the fact yours is blue gives another another reason to think that.
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    Default Re: Can anyone ID this brush cutter?

    Found some info on Sovema agricultural implements but couldn't find any pics. Did not appear to match the Ford suggested, the 'under' color may be a light gray.

    I was surprised that 250 folks looked at the pics and no one recognized it. Not encouraging for finding parts, maybe the welding shop can make them. Thanks for the suggestions.

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    Default Re: Can anyone ID this brush cutter?

    If I remember right mine is a 951. Though there are some similarities, there are enough differences that I don't think that's it.

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    Default Re: Can anyone ID this brush cutter?

    looks like a 4' 951 I used to have.. square and all..

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    Default Re: Can anyone ID this brush cutter?

    Quote Originally Posted by kebo View Post
    Is it possible it's a Ford 951 mower??? There's a pic of one on this manual:


    Ford 951 951A Mower Parts Operators

    There looks to be a very strong resemblance between these two mowers anyway, and the fact yours is blue gives another another reason to think that.
    I don't think so, the gearbox is different. Ford's bolted down to the deck, HyCo attached their gearbox to the sides like the OP's pics. The Fords were made by BMB around that time if I remember rightly.
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    Default Re: Can anyone ID this brush cutter?

    So what parts do you need? I think that is the same as one of the pieces of junk I have out in the back yard. Too late to make sure, but I am reasonably sure it "might" be.
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