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larry cook

12-04-2007 13:57:15

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i have two ford tractors, a 8n hybrid and a 1955 ford 640. i have been using the 8n since june to do shredding for some deer hunters, it has a 5 ft. shredder. the 640 i just purchased and it came with a 5 ft shredder, i was thinking about getting a 6 ft. shredder to use with it. the 8n does okay with the 5 ft. especially after the first time around. i now keep everything pretty short. i would not consider using a 6 ft. on it. i am pretty well convinced that the 640 should handle the 6 ft. shredder with no problems. any advice, opinions, and experiences are welcome. thanks for all info.
Larry Cook

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12-04-2007 16:44:20

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 Re: shredding in reply to larry cook, 12-04-2007 13:57:15  
what horse power is the 640? how thick is the stuff your bush hogging down? how low are you cutting it? with any bush hog you can always move a little bit to one side when your in thick cutting and then move back in to cut a wider strip where you can. alot of veriables here.

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