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 06-09-2004, 12:57 Post: 88155
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 48 vs 60 cutter

I am deciding between a Kubota 7510 and a 7800 -- looking to buy next week so need to finalize my decision. I will have some fields to mow, roughly 3 acres. The fields have been cut regulary so it is growth that is less than a year old (tall grass, prickers, etc). I like everything about the B7510 and am confident thhat it will fit my needs -- but will need to buy a 48" cutter rather than the 60" that the 7800 can handle. Time I have.

I guess i am wondering about a heavy vs light duty cutter -- and what the liklihood of finding a quality 48" if I chosse that route. Any thoughts on prices/models? I did not see a brush cutter offered by Kubota (at least not on website) so am not 100% sure what they reccomend.

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 06-11-2004, 20:02 Post: 88351
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 48 vs 60 cutter

I have a 48" landpride rotory cutter on my B7500. Kubota recommends a 42" model but mine has no problem with the 48"

In the 48" size get a woods or landpride. Nobody makes a heavy duty unit in that size. 60" can be light, med, or heavy duty.






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