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(TRI) tennessee river implement rotary mowers

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steven in Tn

11-03-2018 04:37:00




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didnt get no responses about this brand in my other post asking about a 10ft pull behind, so thought i would make a seperate post with that brand in the title to see if anyone has any experience with there mowers? im thinking about getting there 10ft model, can get it for 4500, but i havent heard nothing about this brand.

from the pic and specs the only thing im not sure of is it dont have a carrier bearing, seems like most of the bigger brands have them, will there be to much pto floppage without it?

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mudcreek183

11-12-2018 19:51:15




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 Re: (TRI) tennessee river implement rotary mowers in reply to steven in Tn, 11-03-2018 04:37:00  
Sorry 3/16 steel deck



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mudcreek183

11-12-2018 19:50:56




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 Re: (TRI) tennessee river implement rotary mowers in reply to steven in Tn, 11-03-2018 04:37:00  
Sorry 3/8 steel deck



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mudcreek183

11-12-2018 19:18:45




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 Re: (TRI) tennessee river implement rotary mowers in reply to steven in Tn, 11-03-2018 04:37:00  
They looked like a well built machine,the 10' that I looked at had 100hp main gearbox and 90hp outside,with a slip clutch on the main gearbox and slip clutches on both out outside gearboxes.The deck was 3/8 steel.It came standard with stump jumps,and cylinder with hoses.The weight was 1500 pounds my old 12' bushhog weight about the same when we scraped it.



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wlf89

11-12-2018 14:06:44




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 Re: (TRI) tennessee river implement rotary mowers in reply to steven in Tn, 11-03-2018 04:37:00  
i have also been thinking of buying one of these mowers, but cant find hardly any reviews of there equipment. if you dont mind would you type up what you thought of them so other people can see it when they search.



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mudcreek183

11-11-2018 17:16:53




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 Re: (TRI) tennessee river implement rotary mowers in reply to steven in Tn, 11-03-2018 04:37:00  
I got a price of 4600 from the closest dealer to me.There is one in KY. that quoted me a price 3900 cash picked up at his place.



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steven in Tn

11-10-2018 12:32:57




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 Re: (TRI) tennessee river implement rotary mowers in reply to steven in Tn, 11-03-2018 04:37:00  
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i might give you a call tomorrow sometime when i have better service, whats the price you have been given? you still thinking about buying one after looking at them? im on the fence about it still, wondering if wouldnt be better with a used bush hog brand, but would sure like a brand new one and think it would last me nearly forever just clipping my pastures mostly what i would do with it.

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mudcreek183

11-10-2018 09:42:02




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 Re: (TRI) tennessee river implement rotary mowers in reply to steven in Tn, 11-03-2018 04:37:00  
Went to look at them if you want to call me it might be easier to let you know what I thought about then back and forth on the forum.Nine 3 one two 3 5 four 7 2 one



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mudcreek183

11-10-2018 05:22:12




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 Re: (TRI) tennessee river implement rotary mowers in reply to steven in Tn, 11-03-2018 04:37:00  
I am going this morning I talked to 3 dealers they all said 1 year warranty on them.He has a 10 foot for me to look at.I will let you know this afternoon.



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steven in Tn

11-10-2018 04:27:20




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 Re: (TRI) tennessee river implement rotary mowers in reply to steven in Tn, 11-03-2018 04:37:00  
did you have a chance to check them out? i talked to the dealer and he says they only come with a 90 day warranty,that dont sound to good.



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steven in Tn

11-03-2018 18:56:15




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mudcreek183

11-03-2018 17:48:37




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 Re: (TRI) tennessee river implement rotary mowers in reply to steven in Tn, 11-03-2018 04:37:00  
I will let you know how they are built.I will be going towards the end of next week.Where are you located in Tn.?



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steven in Tn

11-03-2018 11:08:01




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is 4500 around the same price as you have been quoted? if you can let me know what you think of them after you look at them that would be awesome. the dealer near me doesnt have one in stock would have to order so i cant go and look at one.



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mudcreek183

11-03-2018 05:34:31




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 Re: (TRI) tennessee river implement rotary mowers in reply to steven in Tn, 11-03-2018 04:37:00  
I am in the market for a new one also,from what I have heard they are well built machines. I talked to three dealer in my area and asked the weight of them the are right up with the weight of a bushhog.Going to look at them next week the price is certainly right if they are as good as they say.A bushhog,bushhog is twice the price.



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steven in Tn

11-03-2018 04:38:46




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 Re: (TRI) tennessee river implement rotary mowers in reply to steven in Tn, 11-03-2018 04:37:00  
forgot to add the link to the post

and why is there a edit button when i can never use it? it always says temporarily disabled.

[/url]http://www.tennesseeriverimplements.com/rotary-cutters.html[url][/url]



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