</font><font color="blue" class="small">( I would like to find a true off set mower. The mowers everybody calls off set ... )</font>
So what you are looking for is something like this? (A standard power trac attachment) Note the nice hefty couterweight... imaging mowing on the side of a slope with this baby without the counterweight...
Or maybe you mean something like this? (another standard attachment)
I was overwhelmed with the "toys" I saw at Power-tract last week....and these pics are just a tease. Ya know your in a different world when the first person you meet is called "Bubba" and really looks like one...LOL. These guys know how to make nasty toys.
Power-trac 422 2003 model and 428 January 2015 model
According to my calculations the .7 cc at 8gpm should turn the 28" blade the same speed that a new snapper 28" lawn mower blade turns. I did this because I really want to blow the grass up and away from the pond. I started out wanting to use a larger motor but the figures said .7 cc. I’ll just have to wait till I get the mower finished to see if it does what I expect it to do.
Does any one know what size motor is on Power tracs 48 or 60" finish mower?
Do you mean you would want a mower that would cut, say, a 5' path, but the wheels would only be 4' apart, so that the cut overlaps the wheel tracks by six inches or so?
Something like that but the ditch I need to keep trimmed is 2 or 3 feet wide so I would require a good bit more that a 6 inch overhang.
Some one said power-trac.
Has a boom mower for $1700 which hain't bad considering that's in the same price range as a MMM.
Trouble is I don't have a power trac to use it on.
To bad it can't be rigged up on other tractors.