I'm thinking about trying this combination for pasture clipping and perhaps field use. I'm on moderately hilly ground and wondering if I might be underpowered for this set up to work with out a bunch of headaches. If anyone has done this, I'd like your opinions please.
Re: Farmall C with a 7ft. 27V sickle bar combination? in reply to Dave O'Brien, 10-28-2017 15:09:03
I have been running one for over 7 years. I run along in 2nd gear at about 3/4 throttle. You have to remember you are not grinding it up like a rotary mower. You are just cutting it off. I have mowed weeds tractor high and pasture 3" tall all at the same speed. Just keep it in adjustment and sharp sections on it.
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