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  1. #1
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    Default Bush hog for 2910

    Is the woods model xti60 good for the 2910? My dealer said the mdi60 could also work but more$$$. Is the mdi60 or xti60 the better of the two?

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    TYM T353 HST / TX3500 Loader

    Default Re: Bush hog for 2910

    Depends on a few things.

    I'm not that familiar with Woods products, other than they are well regarded and of high quality.

    You don't give us much info on your tractor - Is it a gear drive, or hydrostatic?

    A 60" cutter will probably work fine either way, but it depends upon what you're cutting. If you are doing heavy cutting (saplings, bushes, etc.), you may wish for a smaller cutter, or a bigger tractor. If it's mostly pasture and weeds, your tractor (assuming it's 29hp) should do just fine with a 5-footer.

    The dealer most likely is pushing the one on the lot vs. what may need to be ordered.

    I used a King-Cutter cheapo for 5 yrs, but a Woods is a Cadillac in comparison . The KK worked just fine though...

    TYM T353 HST w/TX3500 Loader / Faver SCX526LT Grapple / Woods BB60X Rotary Mower / Bush Hog SBX65 Box-Blade / JI & S 6' Snow Bucket

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