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Re: Shredder for 8N Ford

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HarryVanderpool

08-05-2020 22:34:07




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If safety is 1st, we should be using aan over-running clutch for high inertia, PTO implements on our Ns.

Anyone heard of "MowHawk" rotary brush cutters?

I have run our 42" Mowhawk with our 2N with NO ORC with no problems.

Yes; you know that if you need to stop you will get pushed 2 or 3 feet before you come to a stop.

This has never caused a problem.

And when it comes to mowing blackberries, scotchbroom, and other woody growth, the smaller, 42" rotary "hatchets" can go through almost anything.

When we bought our property 30 years ago, I bull-dosed through the 12' brush with the 2N mowing all of the brambles, brush etc....

After a few days, It became clear that we had bought a English Walnut orchard!!!

You couldn't ever have known until the 2N and 42" Mowhawk shredded the overgrowth.

The smaller brush cutter allows one to cut through heavier brush without overtaxing your N.

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