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 06-17-1999, 00:00 Post: 5226
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I'm being offered a 72" Land Pride slip clutch rotary mower & a Gearmore scraper. I want a good rugged mower and a strong heavy scraper (decayed sandstone to scrape. I can't figure out if Bushhog, Gearmore mowers are better than Land Pride and if Rhino or some other name is heavier or "better". Every dealer says something different. I greatly appreciate any help. (40 hp 4wd drive Kubota)






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 06-17-1999, 00:00 Post: 5256
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For scraper blades, please look at www.monroetufline.com. Tufline offers a largevariety of box blades and grader blades as well as many other implements. But, nomowers.






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 06-17-1999, 00:00 Post: 5257
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Landpride mowers are top of the line.






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 06-18-1999, 00:00 Post: 5266
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Do you have an opinion on King Kutter mowers and their other implements?






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 06-18-1999, 00:00 Post: 5296
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I have a "Rhino" brand backblade. My ground is mostly rock and granite. Theblade is clearly better made than most that I see. Some of the JD blades of 10to 20 years ago were also make well....although I think the Rhinos of the same vintage were - and are still - the better-built blade.Go for heavy construction,I don't think you can get a back blade that is too heavy. The heavier the better.Go for a tall blade with lots of curvature, end plates if you can getthem, tilt, angle, and offset are the three basic adjustments.Plus,a blade shouldbe capable of being reversed while mounted to the tractor. This is necessary - Iwould not buy one without getting this promised. I know, because I bought one that did not reverse.BTW, I am on my 4th or 5th blade now...bought the Rhino about 10 years ago andhave not wished for anything different since then.....although if I was doing it again, I would have gotten one with hydraulic cylinders instead of the manual pin adjusters. Roger L






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 07-22-1999, 00:00 Post: 6171
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Don't know about their mower...But have been using an old landpride blade for years.Nice heavy duty blade.






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