Texasmark1 said: (quoted from post at 09:11:40 09/14/12) My peeve was sickle bar related: loosing sections, crawdad mounds, stem juices making a wad of cut material right at the base of the cutter which had to be cleaned out rather frequently so that the cutter could cut, Mark
I was thinking you were inquiring about cutting Sudan/Haygrazer not Bahia grass. If you had build up on a sickle type Mo-Co from crop residue then the reel teeth weren't sitting down close enough to the sickle guards. If crayfish mounds were that high in Sudan you must of had Sudan planted in a swamp. This post was edited by Tx Jim at 09:10:40 09/14/12.
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