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    Default Land Pride cutter

    Sorry to start a new thread but I just realized my cutter is a 7 ft. Do you think my tc33d NH will handle that much mower. Thanks, Farmdog.

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    Default Re: Land Pride cutter

    I have a 6' behind my TC35D and wouldn't want anything wider in thick brush.
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    Default Re: Land Pride cutter

    Thanks

    Thanks RDrancher;
    I plan to use it only for fairly level ground and as a finish mower not in brush. Dont want to put too much strain on the NH, I really like the way it handles. I do wish I had the TC 35D for a little more power.I have a JD 5310 with 6 ft bush hog for heavier stuff.
    Appreciate your reply;
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    Default Re: Land Pride cutter

    I have a 7' 2584 mower on a 35 hp tractor but its obvious that it does not take much power to run it. I use the gator brand shredding blades on it and frequently run it thru 6" heavy brush. Mine is rear discharge, which tends to reduce power requirements. As far as lifting it off the ground, that could be a problem for some tractors without front weights. Otherwise, it rolls on 4 caster wheels and all you need is the ability to drag it along. I'm thinking of mounting a 2000 rpm input gearbox on it and pushing it with my JD 935 front mower (22 hp). I already added a 540 rpm auxilliary front pto to the 935, so I know it can easily power it. Whether it can steer it is the question. My goal is to get a high offset deck for cutting under spruce trees and reducing mowing time.
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    Default Re: Land Pride cutter

    Thanks, zzvyb6,
    You are right about lifting it off the ground..The first time I did it the front end of the tractor come off the ground even though I have two front weights. I will be a little more careful next time. Going to give it a try this AM. Grass kind of short here in KY with the drought.
    Thanks again, farmdog.

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