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 07-05-1999, 00:00 Post: 5742
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I'm looking at a King Kutter disc ( 18-20-C ) 20 18" disc, both plain and notched, the disc is 6 1/2' and is angle frame. Is King Kutter a good company that has good equipment? Thanks, Jason






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 07-05-1999, 00:00 Post: 5752
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i have a king cutter brush mower 5ft, built like a tank, cuts everything, and i mean everything if the discs are like the mower no problem.good luckal






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 07-06-1999, 00:00 Post: 5764
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The King Kutter discs I have seen look a little chinsy compared to the colored brands!If you are using it at your home for gardening, you should not have a problem. I wouldbe leary about buying it for a landscape company. Most people will buy one and useit 2 times a year. The weight of the disc is the key. A light frame disc willneed more added weight to tear in good. For gardening, I would not hesitate witha King Kutter!






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 07-06-1999, 00:00 Post: 5773
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Hey Jason,I am a KING KUTTER factory distributor. You received the wrong info on the Disc.We offer a lighter angle disc as well as a heavy box tubing frame disc w/ over20 sizes & configurations available. as for rotary cutters, we have the largest selection of models and the best built in its price catergory. Jim






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 07-16-1999, 00:00 Post: 6041
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I think their equipment is very good; much impressed with 4 foot rear discharge finish mower. At least the model I have is built from 3/16" plate steel, not pressed steel like many. And replacement blades are reasonably priced available directly from the factory in Alabama. Would certainly consider any King Kutter equipment on a new or used purchase.






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 02-16-2000, 00:00 Post: 12875
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Iam interested in a 5'rotary cutter. I'm in sacramento Ca.






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