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Wolfgang

06-29-2009 06:03:29




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Does anybody have experiences...I would like to purchase a 5 foot brush hog for my 1953 Allis "CA". Will it be able to handle it or is it too big for size of tractor?




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Ron NYS

07-01-2009 07:38:59




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 Re: Brush Hog in reply to Wolfgang, 06-29-2009 06:03:29  
I have a B with a 5ft Brush Hog, recovered ~13 acres with it 15 years ago. Now I cut the field off 2 or 3 times a year, depending on rain, this year will be 3. In the heavy stuff take half a swathe, you"ll be fine. Wouldn't go to a 6 ft though, to much for the little tractor.



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Texas Denny

06-29-2009 12:00:10




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 Re: Brush Hog in reply to Wolfgang, 06-29-2009 06:03:29  
I think 5' is just right for a CA.



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ddl

06-29-2009 10:14:51




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 Re: Brush Hog in reply to Wolfgang, 06-29-2009 06:03:29  
i have a 5' on my ca and if i had the money i would much rather have an underbelly mower.



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Dick L

06-29-2009 07:45:08




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 Re: Brush Hog in reply to Wolfgang, 06-29-2009 06:03:29  
I would not think you would have a problem with a 5 foot or 6 foot unless you plan on clearing timber. I have used a 5 foot with my 9523 which is the same as the 5020 which has about the same HP. I have used my 5 foot Woods L59 under a B about the same as a Bush Hog for over ten years. The B low ground speed is faster than the CA which should give you an advantage over the B on a 5 foot rotary mower.

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Jeff Z.

06-29-2009 07:44:26




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 Re: Brush Hog in reply to Wolfgang, 06-29-2009 06:03:29  
Try to stay in a 23/26 hp range mower.



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