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tire driven shredders ?

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michaelr

05-25-2016 20:40:32




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What is the deal, are these home made? I suppose the rubber tire acts as the clutch also when the mower hits something. Would like a shredder for my M. Never knew about these things but they look like a smart design, yes?

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hd6gtom

06-02-2016 15:07:55




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 Re: tire driven shredders ? in reply to michaelr, 05-25-2016 20:40:32  
those were kinda alright until the tire goes flat from thorns bring sucked under it. we had 3 or 4 guys with them, They would usually show up on a very hot day with a flat tire, we would spend an hour digging thorns out and cleaning everything up after they put slime or some other stuff in there. Always took a new tube as the rims sit around and got rusty so a TL tire would not stay up.



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tn terry t

05-27-2016 02:20:47




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 Re: tire driven shredders ? in reply to michaelr, 05-25-2016 20:40:32  
thats a crazy high price they asking $750 bucks ? they got to be smoking something



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rick in iowa

05-26-2016 08:20:31




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 Re: tire driven shredders ? in reply to michaelr, 05-25-2016 20:40:32  
sidewinder.looks like scrap price from what I see in picture



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mike1972chev

05-26-2016 08:17:06




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 Re: tire driven shredders ? in reply to michaelr, 05-25-2016 20:40:32  
It's a Side Winder brand stump jumper mower. My neighbor has a 3 point version of this.



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CenTex Farmall

05-26-2016 06:24:18




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 Re: tire driven shredders ? in reply to michaelr, 05-25-2016 20:40:32  
Factory, but I forget who made it.

Another member here has some homemade shredders that use a two ton rear end with the blade mounted on the pinion end.



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Gary Mitchell

05-26-2016 08:26:17




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 Re: tire driven shredders ? in reply to CenTex Farmall, 05-26-2016 06:24:18  
"Rhino" made one like that. gm



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BarnyardEngineering

05-26-2016 05:16:55




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 Re: tire driven shredders ? in reply to michaelr, 05-25-2016 20:40:32  
That's pretty cool. Never seen one before.

You don't see mowers made like that anymore. They're all gearbox driven.



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farmallmick

05-25-2016 21:17:03




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 Re: tire driven shredders ? in reply to michaelr, 05-25-2016 20:40:32  
I used to mow gas lines w/ an international side mount balanced head sickle bar mower & a FMC Sidewinder (tire driven) in the rear (approx. 10'swath). Great combination between the 2, the cutter bar could reach into the edges & give approx. 180 deg.(up & down) for banks/ditches, & the sidewinder could bush hog any of the big or thick stuff (saplings, brush etc.) The tire had shims which you could take out as the tire wore, & you could flip the tire to the other side once one side was worn out (it took a while to wear out). No gear box or shear pins to deal with. A great system!

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michaelr

05-25-2016 21:37:47




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 Re: tire driven shredders ? in reply to farmallmick, 05-25-2016 21:17:03  
Appreciate the feedback. I am thinking it does look like a good smooth system. And easy on the old Farmall M transmission.



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