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3 Point Push Mower Mount

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05-24-2009 18:11:23

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I need to mow around my pond. A push mower mounted on my tractors 3 pt could do a great job. A reach of 5 feet to the side of the rear tire could knock down bank grasses and cattails in just a couple passes. Does any one know of any company that makes any thing like this?

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Ken Macfarlane

05-25-2009 10:39:23

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 Re: 3 Point Push Mower Mount in reply to Griz, 05-24-2009 18:11:23  
I've seen them homemade, seems pretty easy to build.

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05-25-2009 05:41:00

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 Re: 3 Point Push Mower Mount in reply to Griz, 05-24-2009 18:11:23  
I'm not understanding what you mean by a push mower mounted on a 3 point but they do make offset brush cutters. Most are big and heavy ( they need a counter weight)but I saw one just the other day that looked to be about 3 foot and mid mounted.
Neither do I know who makes them but around here they're green. The hiway department uses them.
The next best would be pitmanless sickle mower.

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Fred Hart

05-24-2009 21:37:51

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 Re: 3 Point Push Mower Mount in reply to Griz, 05-24-2009 18:11:23  
how about a old cycle mower, most reach 6-7 ft.

should be plenty of them used out there, worth a try to see if it would work.

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05-24-2009 18:33:46

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 Re: 3 Point Push Mower Mount in reply to Griz, 05-24-2009 18:11:23  
only thing that comes to mind are those pull behind trailmowers for atv's. The tounge can be set to the side. They come in sizes up to about 56in I think. They would probably work for you, but they dont hookup on 3pt. You'd have to have a drawbar

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