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need help with a bush hog and box blade

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deere88
Join Date: Sep 2005
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2005-09-21          116740


i'm gonna buy a 5 foot bush hog for my deere 790 and was wondering if any of you have heard of these hogs a crocodile which looks like a john deere a saber looks like a woods and a agri the agri looks a little stronger i can't find any info on these bush hogs and also what size box blade do you recommend a 5 or 6 foot. thanks

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need help with a bush hog and box blade

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kwschumm
Join Date: Feb 2003
Posts: 5764 NW Oregon
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2005-09-21          116742


For the box blade, it should be wide enough to cover your rear tire tracks. ....

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tekts9
Join Date: Aug 2005
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2005-09-29          117116


A real"Bush Hog" medium or heavy duty are good commercial mowers. I have used one in my weed mowing business. I now use a WOODS Batwing. Both brands are expensive but won't break down with daily use on rough sites. The light duty models are only good for homeowner use, in my opinion. Even the light duty units can cost $2000 ( 5 ft) when set up with front & rear chain kits & a slip clutch. The chains are required anytime you mow near (200 ft) people, houses, cars, roads etc. The mowers that cost under $1000 new will mow ok untill the first time you hit a tree stump, big rock. ....

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