Here"s a site that explains them. Mine has a yellow skirt, rather than clear. Think this is one of the smaller models. I have the 190 - largest available. Cut a field this afternoon in literally half the time it would have taken me with a 7 foot sickle bar mower.
Re: rrlund - about drum mower - in reply to RayP(MI), 07-15-2013 17:29:32
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to seeI had one of these early drum mowers back in Holland in the early seventies.
They cut very well but were a PITA to hitch to the 3 point and impossible to lift them level off the ground when in mowing position, was always flipping sod and dirt up on the end of the second drum while raising it.
The long hex drivebelt wasn't cheap either :shock: They are OK for small acreages. I would not want to cut a quarter section with it.
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