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 12-23-2005, 12:47 Post: 121617
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Is there Very many 4ft. RFM's?? I see a lot of 5ft-6ft. but not any 4ft...






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 12-23-2005, 13:43 Post: 121619
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 4ft RFM?

Many? No, not many, but there are some.

Very few people would want a 4 footer either though, because they are rare, the cost is higher, most people buy a 5 footer instead.

It doesn't take very much horsepower to run a 5' RFM.

Best of luck.






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 12-23-2005, 13:49 Post: 121620
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Well I only have a 15hp Tractor and it's a narrower one so I thought that 4ft would be right I will have to try my Brothers 5ft. and see if it will handle it he wants a 6ft...






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 12-23-2005, 14:23 Post: 121621
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 4ft RFM?

I ran a 6' landpride with a side chute on my little 19hp Ford 1500 for 6-7 years. I had no problems as long as I took it easy.

The new 35hp tractor shredded the belt in less than 20 minutes hogging all the grass I could feed it.

More power is not always better.






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 12-25-2005, 20:03 Post: 121718
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 4ft RFM?

The Suzie's were not a heavy chassis and a four footer should be able to be found at a good price. If you have a five foot to try do so and I think you would like it even if you needed to add front ballast.






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 4ft RFM?

I have a 48" KingKutter RFM. Available from TSC and other KingKutter distributors. A little small for our tractor, but I offset it to one side and it works fine.

KingKutter has them available in the XB-line, which makes them a good match for the Sub-compact tractors. You won't save any money, but might be a better fit for you tractor.






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