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 01-22-2004, 04:49 Post: 74685
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do you know if a 1433 can handle a 6ft bush hog?






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 01-22-2004, 08:46 Post: 74699
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I don't know the specs on a 1433, but you need about 30 horses to run a cutter that big.

And the tractor should be able to tote some serious weight off the rear end as a 6 foot cutter is a big load.






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It depends a lot on what you plan to do. I'd go 5', but if you live in dry climate and don't work with anything too dense, 6' might work fine. I have a MF 1260, which has been replaced by the 1440. I've never had it hooked to 6', and if doing anything very tough wouldn't want bigger than 5'. But some folks report good results with huge mowers on small tractors. My experience would suggest that properly sized mower will do more acre/hr.






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