I recently acquired a nice 8ft. pull behind rotary cutter with dual blades. Any idea what the recommended horsepower is needed to run a large brushog like this would be?? I'm not sure if I want to keep it or trade it in for something smaller. Thanks
Re: Re: 8ft Pull behind Brushog in reply to Dave, 05-27-2000 11:11:30
I have a 7 ft pull type, single blade rotary mower. I have pulled it behind a Ford Jubilee, about 30 hp, but it was a full load, and wouldn't want to do it very often. I now have a AC 5040, which seems to pull it fine. I have used it to cut brome hay, and alfalfa. It's not a swather, but it doesn't do a half bad job either.
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