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 03-25-2003, 10:09 Post: 51821
llknowlesll
2003-03-25 10:09:43
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 4' Rotary Mower

I am looking for a 4' Rotary Mower. I think that would be a good size for my Kubota B2910. I am not sure which brand to go with. I want something that will hold up for a long time. I am not looking to cut anything more than 1"-2" tops. I know that Bush Hog, Woods, and Befco make good rotary mowers. I have a 5' Befco finish mower that is coming with my new B2910. I have been kind of leaning towards the Bush Hog or the Befco. What should I get?






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 03-26-2003, 09:37 Post: 51911
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 4' Rotary Mower

If you are not going to be cutting serious heavy stuff I would look at a 5' mower, your machine would handle it fine, the weight will be an issue if you get a really heavy duty model. The 5' will be easier to find, probably only cost you marginally more, and will accomplish your cutting about 25% faster.

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 03-26-2003, 11:22 Post: 51922
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Murf has a point there isn't much difference between a 4ft and 5ft plus the price isn't going to be much higher. So you might what to check into the 5ft and that should give you some more choices. I have a few 4fts but 5fts are so much better for the price. Bush hog is a good brand name and befco makes I nice unit too check into parts access for both units to see about the price and availibility on the parts. Good luck with whatever unit you choose






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