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 03-02-2004, 09:36 Post: 78489
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Have any of you looked at these (I guess you would compare to a KK or Howse). I am looking at a 6', slip clutch, no chain guards, 40HP gearbox for $775. A 75HP gearbox adds $150. I will be using a TC45D for mostly light duty, once I get through the rough stuff!






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 03-04-2004, 12:27 Post: 78785
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Just another follow up, I'm looking for any info on these, the company (Ashley Brooks) manufactures these near Cincinnati.






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 03-04-2004, 12:39 Post: 78788
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Are you talking about International Machines? I have an IM502 (5', slip clutch) I use for chopping up brush piles. I am very pleased with it. They are offered on the Tarheel Tractor link on this webpage. I am only doing private homeowner stuff.






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 03-04-2004, 13:02 Post: 78793
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Yes, I did see where Tarheel even has them on Ebay. I've never seen anyone post their experiences with this brand, that's why I am curious...my local dealer is quoting a comparable price to King Kutter, but with a slip clutch. No problems or complaints? PS, ncrunch32, your spread looks beautiful!






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 03-04-2004, 13:17 Post: 78796
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I know that bowhunt also asked about the IM in a previous thread. I don't know if and what he ever purchased. I bought mine from a couple of old farmers (Albrecht Bros) in Pleasant Valley NY. He didn't hand me any paperwork so I asked for it - and he disappears and comes out with an oil stained piece of paper. These old timers are famous in the area so I trusted them, but I looked for the manufacturer web site. I remembered coming across Ashley Brooks somewhere but could never find the website that describes this equipment. Do you know of one?

Thanks for the compliment on my place. I have a building inspector coming today to evaluate the fence around the poolyard so I am nervous. They can throw all sorts of surprises at you.






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 03-04-2004, 13:33 Post: 78799
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Blueman - its wbowhunt that asked about IM. No - no problems or complaints with the IM502. Seems like a good size for my JD4310 (27 PTO horse). I chopped up a brush pile of dead wood maybe 50 foot x 50 foot. Had to sort the wood out, cut bigger stuff for firewood with the chain saw, placed <= 1 1/2" stuff in rows and let the wife chop it up. Later I chopped up a second pile of brush.


I have nothing to compare to. I haven't use it to mow grass or chop green wood. I had to talk the wife into buying it - since I let her do the chopping she loves it and now thinks its our best attachment. It seems to be heavy built and handled the dead wood no problem.






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 03-04-2004, 18:09 Post: 78819
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the company i work for should remind you that you get what you pay for i sell alot of woods a bush hog they both have excelent warrenties and are not that much more expensive. the king cutter is also a good brand we get alot of thoose in on trade.






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oh yeah ps they both have economy modles to ranging many sizes but just make sure you look closely at the warenty. an make sure your slip clutch gets burnished and re set proporly






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 04-08-2004, 07:50 Post: 82464
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Just a follow up, my local Bush Hog dealer delivered a 286 "Brush Hog" last night, I haven't used it much yet, but 2" locust saplings didn't stand a chance. Without a FEL on my TC45D (yet), it is a LOT of weight on the back, and transporting it up a hill proved to be scary. I have a couple weights on the front right now, and may have to consider filling my front tires until I get the loader.






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i figured it would be a little heavy a fell dose not create a good ballast or not as good as front wieghts filling the front tires is a good idea. do you have a front wieght bracket or are you hanging then on the bumper?






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