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  1. #31
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    Nov 2008
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    Southern Maryland

    Default Re: Next project, brush hogging (I think)?

    Lots of great suggestions here
    I am getting ready to bush hog a portion of some power lines on a hunting lease we just got.

  2. #32
    Gold Member
    Join Date
    Jul 2007
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    485
    Location
    Ohio hill country
    Tractor
    2006 TC45A

    Default Re: Next project, brush hogging (I think)?

    As other have said make 2 passes...but here is added tip.

    Wait 1-2 days after the first pass so the grass you cut off dries out. Lot easier on your equipment because it is lighter and won't bog out the machine as much as wet heavy large clumps.
    2006 TC45A

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