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Websites for Brush Hog Manufacturers

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Kerry Brunner

01-01-2004 10:54:17

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I'm trying to find the website addresses for Rhino, Brush Hog and Woods. Can anyone help?

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henrich - Iowa

01-01-2004 19:58:06

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 Re: Websites for Brush Hog Manufacturers in reply to Kerry Brunner, 01-01-2004 10:54:17  
Try doing a search in your area on the top of your screen. Rhino is owned by Alamo out of Seguin, TX. Another would be Tiger Mowers which may not be at all what your looking for since they manufacture an industrial mower. You can find them at

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Scott KY

01-01-2004 16:14:41

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 Re: Websites for Brush Hog Manufacturers in reply to Kerry Brunner, 01-01-2004 10:54:17

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Hooks in Texas

01-01-2004 15:30:24

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 Re: Websites for Brush Hog Manufacturers in reply to Kerry Brunner, 01-01-2004 10:54:17  
Try What are you looking for? How much area are you shredding? What size tractor are you using?

I owned the equivalent of the Rhino SE-7 and traded up for a TW-120. Both are excellent shredders. I prefer a 3-point hitch style but you need enough tractor to handle it. Rhino has what they call a semi-mount that uses the lower pull arms at the front and a hydraulic cylinder suporting the rear. Works okay but there are disadvantages. They also have a standard 3-point hitch and a tow type.

I also looked at Bush Hog. They are comparable machines.

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01-01-2004 14:19:54

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 Re: Websites for Brush Hog Manufacturers in reply to Kerry Brunner, 01-01-2004 10:54:17  
It would help to spell it right, as in BUSH Hog.

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01-01-2004 14:21:47

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 Re: Re: Websites for Brush Hog Manufacturers in reply to Bob, 01-01-2004 14:19:54  

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