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  1. #1
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    Jul 2012
    Como, Texas
    Kubota 5030 HSTC

    Default Land Pride RC3615

    Good Morning Gentlemen,
    I hope that everyone had a good weekend and enjoyed the lovely weather.
    I'm finally about to get my business deal closed that I have been working on since April, so now I can buy my new kubota M9960 and sherdder.
    My last shredder was a rhino 6' and boy it took some time when I set out to shred the goatweeds on the approx 50 acres of grazing pasture.
    I'm really looking forward to shredding with a 15' batwing.
    I will mainly be shredding weeds once or twice a year and do not plan on mowing any brush.
    My question is about which model to get. I have priced the RC3615 and was told my Kubota dealer that it is a light duty shredder.
    Is the only difference the size brush that it can cut?
    I would guess the HD morels are made of heaver metal and will probably last longer but they are also 3K more expensive.
    Does anyone have a RC3615 with many hours on it?
    Any advise on which model to get?
    Since I'm getting a new Kubota, I want to stick with Land Pride so i can get the 0% financing as well.



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    Super Star Member TripleR's Avatar
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    Kubota M8540HDC, L5740HSTC, BX2200, BX2660, John Deere 425&1025R, Case, Massey Ferguson, Ford

    Default Re: Land Pride RC3615

    If he doesn't show up, you might check with foreman Etexas as he has Land Pride cutters and I think is looking to get a bat wing.

    I use Woods and LP, but no bat wings.
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    Central Texas
    Kubota L2402; NH T4.75

    Default Re: Land Pride RC3615

    Danny, congratulations on the new (pending) tractor purchase. I just bought a LP RCR2510 this weekend. Not the same class as your new bat wing but I am impressed with the heaviness & build quality. It's rated for up to 1 1/2" brush thickness where I think the 3615 is rated for 2 1/2". So You should be more than covered. I too was mowing with a 6' shredder and I can tell you a 10' (let alone a 15') will be awesome. And if your not using it for a D9 Cat, you should be fine. Good luck. Larry

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