Topic: Re: Flail Mower Question
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Mott worked as an engineer for IH when he developed the flail mower but IH wasn't interested so he went off on his own. He tested the self cleaning properties of the "Hammer Knifes" in pig manure. The finest cut flail mowers use reverse rotation for the best possible cut. Some sod farms used fine cut reverse rotation Mott Interstators. I think the reverse rotation lifts the grass up before cutting. Mott was sold to Alamo after the son of the founder was killed landing his plane on his property. My dad set a world wide sales record when the Interstators came out in the 70's and was very good friends with Mr. Mott.
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