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Old 07-04-2019, 04:18 PM   #1
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i have a tractor/bushhog.... thinking about this so I don't always have to load up tractor and haul it for small stuff.... any thoughts? opinions?

I've rented one before and it did everything our tractor would do but it was work... seems like a fair price... anybody have a used one to sell?


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We use dr mowers all the time. No complaints at all coastal machinery has them

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I’ve got one but it’s a bigger model than that one. I think it’s got an 18 hp engine.
They are very good on tall grass, weeds and small brush.
I don’t know that I would continuously feed it 2” saplings.
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I’ve got one but it’s a bigger model than that one. I think it’s got an 18 hp engine.
They are very good on tall grass, weeds and small brush.
I don’t know that I would continuously feed it 2” saplings.
thanks Steve, is yours a ton of work to use? I mean as far as directing it? how's retired life??? you miss us yet??
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Hey Clint, I didn’t realize that was you posting until I saw your other post.
No regrets here. Retired life is great. Sounds like things are different down there with the new company.
It will wear you out handling that machine for any length of time, especially in the heat. But then, I’m old. It should be a breeze for a young fella like you.
My brother in law has a DR that you pull behind a 4 wheeler and I’ve seen him clear some pretty bad areas with it but it’s not as precise as the walk behind and is about $1,000 more.
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