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    Default Re: 5610 cutting brush.

    Do you ever worry about sharp "stumps" puncturing the tires? I often mow in reverse, because I'm not comfortable running over some of the larger stuff I cut first, and sometimes worry about the small stumps left, but so far no problem.

    These are impressive setups for sure! Best part is, you can bring someone along for the ride!

    What is the lift capacity on the 5610? How about the pressure and flow with the high flow hydraulics?
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    Default Re: 5610 cutting brush.

    Quote Originally Posted by Piston View Post
    Do you ever worry about sharp "stumps" puncturing the tires? I often mow in reverse, because I'm not comfortable running over some of the larger stuff I cut first, and sometimes worry about the small stumps left, but so far no problem.

    These are impressive setups for sure! Best part is, you can bring someone along for the ride!

    What is the lift capacity on the 5610? How about the pressure and flow with the high flow hydraulics?
    The "stumps" are splintered and not sharp and no problem for the 8 ply tires.

    Lift capacity is listed as 1500 pounds, but it handles the 1800 pound mower just fine. I measured just over 3000 pounds of lift with nothing on the SSQA.

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    Aux pressure is 3000 and flow is 28 gpm.

    With 4 wheel steering it gets around the big trees very nicely.
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    That is some very impressive hydraulic power! I know I've asked about your equipment before, but I didn't realize it had that much hydraulic hp. You could easily run almost any skidsteer implement.

    I wonder if this could handle a tree shear? I suppose weight would be the limiting factor, I think those are fairly heavy.

    I did a little craigslist searching and I'm quite certain that one of these might bit a wee bit out of my budget, but maybe one day I'll get to go for a ride in one and try one out.

    Very impressive to say the least.
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    Default Re: 5610 cutting brush.

    3 and 4 inch cut quickly with very little effort. 6 inch trees you have to go slow and let the blades beat on it a bit. It works well because the front of the bushog has a bar that is raised about 18 inches that pushes the tree, so as the blades hit it, it pushes it over more and opens up the cut. Having said that 6 inch trees feel like they are rough on the machine and once they are down it beats the machine up trying to mulch it. Anything over 4 inches gets the chainsaw. 4 and under get the brushmonster.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Piston View Post
    That is some very impressive hydraulic power! I know I've asked about your equipment before, but I didn't realize it had that much hydraulic hp. You could easily run almost any skidsteer implement.

    I wonder if this could handle a tree shear? I suppose weight would be the limiting factor, I think those are fairly heavy.

    I did a little craigslist searching and I'm quite certain that one of these might bit a wee bit out of my budget, but maybe one day I'll get to go for a ride in one and try one out.

    Very impressive to say the least.
    I think most tree shears weigh less than my brush hog.

    High Flow hydraulics used to be an option, so check older Toolcats to see if it has it.
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    Got some better pictures of the brush hog.

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    When I saw the title I was expecting to see a big blue tractor, lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Happy Gilmore View Post
    When I saw the title I was expecting to see a big blue tractor, lol
    Like this one?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Xfaxman View Post
    Like this one? <img src="http://www.tractorbynet.com/forums/files/toolcat/405527-5610-cutting-brush-1308-jpg"/> Pictures from Google Image Search.
    Yes sir

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