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Re: BrushHog for TO35

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07-02-2014 16:30:56

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Thanks for all of the quick replies!

Just to clarify that I do have a loader already attached so that would take care of keeping the front end down. Although I have heard that having both a loader/bucket and a brushhog can make it hard to maneuver. It does have manual steering althought the steering links have been extended a few inches which does help.

If a manufacturer says 6ft brushhog needs a minimum of 25HP, is that just going through "normal" grass (not sure what "normal" is - medium thickness of 12 inches?)

Any comments on whether the brushhog should be wider or narrow than the rear tires? My rear tires are 68inches between the outer edges.

Thanks for any advice !!

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Zachary Hoyt

07-02-2014 18:07:10

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 Re: BrushHog for TO35 in reply to darkbluebuick, 07-02-2014 16:30:56  
Doesn't make a big difference to me about the tires overhanging a bit beyond the bush hog, when I use my 5' on my Farmall 300 it is even worse. I am looking for a 6' for the farmall. My 35 is a bit tired so I would not want more than 5' for it.

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