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Tea20 and brush hog

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Big John H

08-09-2019 03:23:40




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Good morning and if you are on the other side of e world good evening.... it has been a while since I have been on health issues and such, and I forgot my password but that's fixed. So here is my question will my Tea20 raise and run a brush hog? I have been thinking of buying one to tame some tall heavy over growth that is to heavy for a mower.




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Charles in Aus.

11-07-2019 17:01:03




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 Re: Tea20 and brush hog in reply to Big John H, 08-09-2019 03:23:40  
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Any chance of a photo Sunbeam ?
I use a four foot wide one now , I find it a lot more nimble and easy to maneuver around trees but there is always a grass margin left .
Without an offset built into the implement I can't see how it can be done without cutting and welding .



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stsew

11-07-2019 07:34:36




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 Re: Tea20 and brush hog in reply to Big John H, 08-09-2019 03:23:40  
I run a 5 foot bush hog behind my Tea 20 with no problems. I do use an overrunning clutch so the hog doesn't push me forward with the clutch pushed in and brakes on.



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sunbeam

09-21-2019 09:33:11




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 Re: Tea20 and brush hog in reply to Big John H, 08-09-2019 03:23:40  
Two things that help if the top link on the mower is ridged make up a chain top link. If the mower is not as wide as the tractor I offset the hitch so that it sticks past the left side this lets you mow close to stuff and lets you mow with only one wheel running over what you are mowing the other one is running where you have already mowed.



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John Deere D

08-09-2019 08:52:12




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 Re: Tea20 and brush hog in reply to Big John H, 08-09-2019 03:23:40  
I own a John Deere 261 Groomer....PTO.Three blade Belt drive....Tea-20 handles it very well....both as a GROOMER as well in thick two foot grass.

My TEA-20 has no problem to RAISE and run a 4" BRUSHER...I had to replace the CLUTCH ASSEMLY.....Clutch was original from 1949.

From experimenting I now run both the 261 Groomer and the TWO blade Brusher 2" higher at the rear than the front...better job cutting, cleaning and yes less HP.

With the TWO blade 4' BRUSHER...the TEA-20 has to be ran at half a cut (BRUSHER WIDTH) so as to keep PTO at proper RPM in any grass above 24 "s.

I now use my MF FE 35 X Diesel on all heavy cutting as the MF 35 has the upgraded 3 cylinder Perkins Diesel Engine that develops a full 44 HP .

MY Ford 2-N actually is geared better on the GROOMER than the TEA-20.


Bob. North Western Alberta...

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Duner Wi

08-09-2019 06:13:05




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 Re: Tea20 and brush hog in reply to Big John H, 08-09-2019 03:23:40  
I run a JD506 5 foot brush hog with my TO20 with out problems. You should not have trouble with a 5 foot.
5 foot is as wide as my tractor and I like that when mowing near fences.



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Bruce(OR)

08-09-2019 05:19:01




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 Re: Tea20 and brush hog in reply to Big John H, 08-09-2019 03:23:40  
4 foot with no problem. 5 foot easy enough but if your into real tall grass and an old machine you might have a problem. 6 feet in tall grass with a newer engine can also be a problem.



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Ron(Ont)

08-09-2019 05:08:26




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Yes, but stick to a 5' or 4' model. I have two finish mowers that I use as brush hogs. The older 5' model worked great, but needs a new seal. I picked up a 6' till I could fix the other. It is a bit too much so I have to overlap more.

The finish mowers have 3 smaller blades so, I find that I can get away without an over-run clutch. The brush hogs have one or two huge blades, so an ORC is essential.

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