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    Can someone tell what brand this is?.

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    Default Re: Brush hog

    Definataly a bushhog brand.

    Looks similar to a model 105. But the 105's that I have seen have a square tube for the tailwheel and that one appears round.

    There should be a model and serial number tag on one of the vertical support ribs, somewhere around the gearbox.
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    Default Re: Brush hog

    I'm go look

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    Default Re: Brush hog

    Looks homemade. Not to insinuate it's inferior; it just doesn't have the "factory" look of a heavy duty product.

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    Default Re: Brush hog

    Well, now aren't I red-faced. I was typing when the answer came. But I'll stick to my statement.

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    Default Re: Brush hog

    Found parts of it
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    Default Re: Brush hog

    Certainly not homemade. Its a typical bushhog design of a few decades ago. No, the 105 if thats what it turns out to be, was not a heavy duty cutter.

    Bushhog 105 http://www.machinefinder.se/images/m...81224_huge.jpg
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    Default Re: Brush hog

    HD or not it does not have any problems with 2"sapling -thanks a lot for the info.

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