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Posted by Bones Magoo on May 16, 2003 at 06:34:21 from (220.127.116.11):
Can anybody tell me about this rotary mower? Are they well-built / dependable? Gearbox rating? Blade size? Light, Medium, or (probably not) Heavy duty? Overall weight?
I'm going to look at one at auction this weekend. Looking to put it behind an 8N. Will be used to keep 2 to 3 acre field mowed and looking decent (not a lawn). Of course, this field has been fallow for several years, so there are some saplings and brush that need to be knocked down first.
Anything particular to look out for when inspecting one of these pieces of equipment?
Any information would be much appreciated.
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