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    Default woods bh650 and woods bh6500?

    Anyone know what the differences between these two hoes are? maybe one just replaced the other thus different numbers? maybe one is designed to mount on a larger tractor then the other? Thanks for any replies.
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    Default Re: woods bh650 and woods bh6500?

    Most places have manuals online, including woods. Now I didn't take the time to read the manuals but I did find them for you.
    Woods Equipment Company - Manuals


    I'm guessing the main difference is when they were made. BH6500 is older then the bh650.

    The numbers usually specify the size or the approximate digging depth of the hoe.
    BH650xxxx will dig approx. 6.5' flat bottom, BH750xxxx will dig approx. 7.5' flat bottom. etc
    The current BH90X will dig 9'. The x specifies the new "curved" design.

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