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    Default Ford 515 Sickle Mower

    Any information on the above model anyone could provide is appreciated. The sickle is being sold near me and from the pics it looks decent. Would I be able to use this on a Mahindra 3215? I have a small 10 acre hay field I will be cutting with it. Thank you for any and all replies.

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    Default Re: Ford 515 Sickle Mower

    Quote Originally Posted by Nissan197 View Post
    Any information on the above model anyone could provide is appreciated. The sickle is being sold near me and from the pics it looks decent. Would I be able to use this on a Mahindra 3215? I have a small 10 acre hay field I will be cutting with it. Thank you for any and all replies.
    They are a bugger to hookup to the tractor. Not the best design, however it will go cheap (200-300 probably) Ken Sweet
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    I have one and completely agree with Ken about the bugger part. Morel iike three hands and a jack or two is needed.
    Cuts decent, plugs easily at the far end, hard to make it lift very high.
    Still, you'd have trouble finding one around here for under $600 I think.
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    [QUOTE="jimmysisson;3312659"]I have one and completely agree with Ken about the bugger part. Morel iike three hands and a jack or two is needed.
    Cuts decent, plugs easily at the far end, hard to make it lift very high.
    Still, you'd have trouble finding one around here for under $600 I think, New England.
    Jim
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