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5' ford bush hog

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dan shu

05-06-2011 16:31:11
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Any thoughts on what this would be worth...fair shape neats paint ??? Thanks.




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Ultradog MN

05-06-2011 18:56:19
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 Re: 5' ford bush hog in reply to dan shu, 05-06-2011 16:31:11  
What color is it? Probably blue. I've never seen a red Ford brush hog. Get the deck up far enough to turn the drive shaft over by hand.. Turn it over as hard/fast as you can. Listen for clunks, squeals or grinding. Better yet ask the seller to demonstrate it on his tractor. Check the oil in it before you use it. Even a low end 5' rotary will run probably run most of $7-800 new.
Ford brush mowers wearn't real heavy duty but were certainly adequate. 5' is exactly the size you want too.
Bush HogŪ is a brand you know.
If you've ever owned one you'll scoff at all those Woods, Ford, King Kutter, Land Pride and Carroni's calling themselves bush hogs.

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Caryc

05-07-2011 10:06:39
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 Re: 5' ford bush hog in reply to Ultradog MN, 05-06-2011 18:56:19  
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My Woods #5 has seen some pretty hard use with no problems. I sharpen the blades before using it each season. This is no trouble at all because the blades are easily removed through an access hole in the top deck. I don't understand why they're not all built like that.
No need to lift it up or crawl under it.



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TOM N MS

05-06-2011 19:28:19
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 Re: 5' ford bush hog in reply to Ultradog MN, 05-06-2011 18:56:19  
Dad"s old Ford 5"er is red and never seen a hint of blue as if it was ever blue--it is OLD.



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TOM N MS

05-06-2011 18:21:32
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 Re: 5' ford bush hog in reply to dan shu, 05-06-2011 16:31:11  
Don"t know how old you are talking about but I do know the old ones are tough.. Went with my Dad 50 yrs ago to buy his 2N with a 5" Ford Bushhog..Still has it today and he has given it some toough treatment over 20+ acres for all these yrs..He has broken teeth in the gearbox and welded them up and it keeps on ticking for years and years after that..



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TDA

06-22-2011 06:04:03
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 Re: 5' ford bush hog in reply to TOM N MS, 05-06-2011 18:21:32  
Any idea where to locate parts for the 5' red Ford Bush Hog??



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TOM N MS

06-22-2011 18:54:06
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 Re: 5' ford bush hog in reply to TDA, 06-22-2011 06:04:03  
I don"t but I bet if you put a new post on the forum where it will be at the top of the list, I bet someone will respond and be able to help..They are old and parts are scarce but there are some still out there.



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Bruce (VA)

05-06-2011 16:33:01
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 Re: 5' ford bush hog in reply to dan shu, 05-06-2011 16:31:11  
Rule of thumb around here for implements is 50% of the new price if it is in decent working order.



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dan shu

05-06-2011 16:39:51
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 Re: 5' ford bush hog in reply to Bruce (VA), 05-06-2011 16:33:01  
Thanks...that makes sense.



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soundguy

05-06-2011 17:13:06
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 Re: 5' ford bush hog in reply to dan shu, 05-06-2011 16:39:51  
ditto what bruce said. that's how I value implements when looking..e tc..

soundguy



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