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    Default Kuhn Mower

    Wondering just how good this Kuhn mower would do on edges of banks,fields,ditches etc..
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    Default Re: Kuhn Mower

    Kuhn mower #2
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    Default Re: Kuhn Mower

    Disk mowers are essentially the next generation of sickle-bar mowers. They can digest about the same types of materials. They are capable of going faster though. However, due to the weight of the gears, they tend to be a bit heavier.

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    Default Re: Kuhn Mower

    Question will they tilt down from the horizontal?

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    Default Re: Kuhn Mower

    Thats a good question..and I'm not sure.

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    Default Re: Kuhn Mower

    I think disc mowers are made for mowing hay.

    They do go a lot faster and better than sicle bars even where old tires are concerned (see my post on things run over with a mower). However with the blades turning at high speeds they can throw rocks and debris even harder than RFM's and brush hogs, so I would not advise using one in rough terrain even with the shielding in place.

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