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    Default Re: Flail Mower Brands

    Ok guys, each to his/her own. Sounds like you finish cut dry grass in ballparks and/or driving ranges. My input is based upon all-weather pasture and roadside maintenance using the same 74" Ford 917H behind a previous 3600# geared tractor w/45 PTO hp, and my current JD3720 eHydro w/35 PTO hp. The John deere struggles when I hit high/wet grass, especially uphill. Just can't see a little B3200 handling something like that big, particularly on hillsides and pond/ditch banks. Hence my recommendation regarding the lightest offset Gearmore that has a swath that will cut his track width track plus a little right offset
    Last edited by greg_g; 03-31-2013 at 02:52 PM.
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