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Re: BrushHog for TO35
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In reply to your question, please look at my earlier pixs of "mowing with a 1958 TO-35". This is powered with the 23 C diesel.
I use a 5' Razorback Bush Hog that is used to mow 35 acres of horse paddock. This is a lighter built unit than the Woods or that style and is only designed for cutting up to 1" thick brush, not the 3" that our bigger Woods is.
I have some hilly areas and have cut up to top of radiator grass using 2 or 3 L gearing. When cutting shorter I normally can use 1 H.
Since the TO-35 is somewhat lighter than the newer small ag- tractors I have not had significant problem with the mower being narrower than the rear wheels and pushed down grass.
Good luck, stabilizer arms are a great asset,and I strongly suggest them, especially with side hill mowing.
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