My only experience was with a 6 foot 3ph finish type for mowing grass. They don't like soody sprouts of any size, so they definately don't replace a Bush Hog. A 35 hp tractor pulled it fine. Lawn needs to be smooth or they will scalp. Replacing the little swinging blades could get expensive. I sold it because of some wear and condition issues and because i got tired of having to hook it up to tractor when I wanted to mow lawn. I like a dedicated lawn mower.
Re: Flail Mower in reply to KEH, 05-15-2013 13:19:11
My 6 1/2 ft Ford Flail is great for clipping pasture. But..in tall grass, it can really let the Smoke out of my 720 D...!!! It all depends on what you are cutting ..and NO, they do NOT work well in woody Brush.. For Brush and Saplings, you would need a heavy duty flail with "Hammer-Knives"
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