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    Quote Originally Posted by foreman Etexas View Post
    Nope never have seen anyone with the 3point kind or in a dealers lot. I guess the trail behinds are just more popular if won't the mower/conditioner around here.
    Me either. The added weight would be enough to turn me away. Just think about dragging the weight of a 8' mower conditioner from one end by the 3pt hitch. Not for me.

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    Default Re: disc mower advice

    Quote Originally Posted by Lazy 8 View Post
    I am specifically looking for the 3-point hitch models. Not the trail behind.
    A 3-pt mount disc mower with conditioner..? That would be a pretty "hefty" implement hanging off the right side of your tractor!

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