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Allis B at Work in Louisiana

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07-23-2008 18:54:15

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Obviously this pasture got out of control this summer. The Allis B and the DR Mower went through this grass and thicker grass than this with ease.

Once I get this under control someone may want to cut it for hay.


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07-23-2008 20:37:20

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 Re: Allis B at Work in Louisiana in reply to carbonfibers, 07-23-2008 18:54:15  
You could not give me another piece of DR junk. My dad got a DR string trimmer years ago and all I ever did was work on it from day one. I will never own any thing that company makes and will not tell people that they make good stuff because they only make junk. Plus your tractor will handle a good old pull brush hog so why pay for fuel twice. Sorry but I hate DR junk

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07-23-2008 21:25:52

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 Re: Allis B at Work in Louisiana in reply to old, 07-23-2008 20:37:20  
I can understand that, but I think they got this one mostly right. I sort of thought just like you about DR before operating this mower. If you notice the woods belly mower under the tractor, I use it once a week for maintaining the lawn. With the pull behind I do not have to remove it to cut the pasture twice a year. I can slow the tractor down and have full power on the mower.


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07-23-2008 21:45:24

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 Re: Allis B at Work in Louisiana in reply to carbonfibers, 07-23-2008 21:25:52  
Ya the DR string trimmer has a plastic carb on it and to keep it running you have to replace the float bowl once a year at $50 each. Plus it had a lot of other problems to boot. When it ran I loved it but keeping it running was a full time job and just not worth all the time it takes to do so

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07-23-2008 19:52:40

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 Re: Allis B at Work in Louisiana in reply to carbonfibers, 07-23-2008 18:54:15  
Wayne, Make sure you keep the radiator clean and blow it out from the backside occassionally, even with the screen lots of stuff still gets in it.

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07-23-2008 21:27:22

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 Re: Allis B at Work in Louisiana in reply to garytomaszewski, 07-23-2008 19:52:40  
Good idea. I will do that after each cutting.


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