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    Default Caroni Flail Mower TM1900BSC

    On the web site it states:

    "Two rotors can be used: type A for a normal cut, and type F, fitted with twice the number of blades with respect to type A, to give a more accurate and closer cut".

    Does this mean I can have both rotors installed at the same time or do I have to swap them out? If I have to swap them out is it a pain? Has anyone done this?

    I have 3 acres of lawn that I use a Bush Hog RDTH-72 finisher mower on. It works great so far. I have 10 acres that I bush hog on. That mower needs to be replaced this year. I was thinking, could one machine do both?

    I am purchasing the Flail for the 10 acres thats a given, but should I also purchase the extra rotor for a finish cut? I would not get rid of the Bush Hog finish mower as I don't want to be down to one mower if the flail should break.

    What do you think?

    Thanks;

    Wally
    TC40DA, Bush Hog M246 FEL & Bush Hog RDTH-72 Finisher Mower

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    Default Re: Caroni Flail Mower TM1900BSC

    You will need to swap drums... if it can be done. Not sure if you will really need to though. From what I have seen, the 'rough' cut flail typically gives a better cut than a Bush Hog style mower.
    Have you seen this thread on Flail mowers?
    http://www.tractorbynet.com/forums/a...il-mowers.html
    Jim

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    Default Re: Caroni Flail Mower TM1900BSC

    IXLR8

    Better than a Bush Hog finish mower? If thats the case no swapping rotors or mowers!

    Thanks for the reply.

    Wally
    TC40DA, Bush Hog M246 FEL & Bush Hog RDTH-72 Finisher Mower

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    Default Re: Caroni Flail Mower TM1900BSC

    Quote Originally Posted by 602466 View Post
    IXLR8
    Better than a Bush Hog finish mower? If thats the case no swapping rotors or mowers!
    Wally
    Sorry, I have not seen the results of a BH finish mower so I can't do a comparison to one.
    Jim

    - '01 Husqvarna W4814- 48" walk behind lawn mower.
    - '04 John Deere Z-Trac 727A- 54" ZTR
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    Default Re: Caroni Flail Mower TM1900BSC

    IXLR8:

    Thanks for the reply!

    Wally
    TC40DA, Bush Hog M246 FEL & Bush Hog RDTH-72 Finisher Mower

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