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Allis C and Woods belly mower

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John S-B

05-21-2002 20:35:02




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Does anyone have a AC model C with a 6' Woods mower on it? Specifically I'm thinking of putting a Woods L306 Belly mower on it, if I ever get it restored. Does the C have enough power, particularly if the grass is 8-10"?




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Don

05-26-2002 20:46:58




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 Re: Allis C and Woods belly mower in reply to John S-B, 05-21-2002 20:35:02  
8 to 10" ! ! that's called hay..... .



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John S-B

05-28-2002 11:00:03




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 Re: Re: Allis C and Woods belly mower in reply to Don, 05-26-2002 20:46:58  
Only if you have a Baler!



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Ted Seifert

05-22-2002 18:34:50




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 Re: Allis C and Woods belly mower in reply to John S-B, 05-21-2002 20:35:02  
The woods L306 and L59 are lawn mowers not brush hogs, They are not intended to cut 8-10 grass. If it is a one time you can raise the mower up and make multipul passes. Other wise you will go through lots of belts.



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John S-B

05-22-2002 19:39:23




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 Re: Re: Allis C and Woods belly mower in reply to Ted Seifert, 05-22-2002 18:34:50  
The 8-10" was just worst case scenario, sometimes I get behind on the mowing and the brush hog does'nt give the best cut. Thanks for the info guys. Maybe when I get to rebuilding the AC I'll add a turbo, Hmmmmm....



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david

05-22-2002 18:10:20




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 Re: Allis C and Woods belly mower in reply to John S-B, 05-21-2002 20:35:02  
I have a C with an L306 It did a nice job as long as the grass is not over six or seven inches. at 8-10 inches you will be spending lots of time unpluging the mower. I took the mower off and put it on my CA which has no problem mowing eight to ten inch grass and weeds. You have to make sure that the leading edege is lower than the trailing edege when setting it up, otherwise the power requirments go way up. An L59 is better suited to the C.

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Bryan

05-22-2002 10:55:43




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 Re: Allis C and Woods belly mower in reply to John S-B, 05-21-2002 20:35:02  
I have a CA (but I believe it only has a C motor) with an L59 on it. It will not do a very good job on 8 in. grass at the normal lawn height. Even when I use the hand clutch to go through slowly it leaves streaks (and I have new blades on it). Up to 4-5 inches and it does fine. Just my results maybe others have better luck.



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