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Working my Super H

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05-15-2016 09:21:37

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I have 5 parked acres with some rocks and small bush stumps what could I put on my super to keep the bush and grass down.

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05-16-2016 08:12:52

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 Re: Working my Super H in reply to Tpartington, 05-15-2016 09:21:37  
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Better put an overrunning clutch on that brush hog!!


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05-15-2016 14:52:11

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 Re: Working my Super H in reply to Tpartington, 05-15-2016 09:21:37  
If you can't see the rocks/stumps, a flail mower could be useful. Jim

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David G

05-15-2016 16:16:26

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 Re: Working my Super H in reply to Janicholson, 05-15-2016 14:52:11  
I agree, I think a rotary works better once the tough stuff is gone.

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05-15-2016 10:11:17

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 Re: Working my Super H in reply to Tpartington, 05-15-2016 09:21:37  
You'll have to avoid the rocks and stumps, but a rotary mower of some sort is what I's recommend, WITH THE CHAIN GUARDS INSTALLED! Run the mower set up high, to avoid the rocks and stumps. The stumps will eventually rot away, after a number of years, but the rocks will stay until you pick them up. Easy way to pick up rocks... [ready?] [ ta da!!!] ... is gloves and a 5 gallon bucket.

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Roger Tomfohrde

05-15-2016 17:56:52

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 Re: Working my Super H in reply to fbh44, 05-15-2016 10:11:17  
Depend on how big the rocks are. My wife's relatives near Green Bay use a D-7 Cat with a rock rake to clear their fields first.

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