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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by LikeBrothers1, Jun 29, 2004.
How about that bushhog any one got any thing to say.
Yeah, it can chew up some grass
You mean the bushhog brand ZTRs or a bushhog that goes on a tractor
The bush hog for a tractor, is it just for a rough cut on fields, etc? Are you able to get a lot of work doing that?
The ones for tractors are just for rough cut. The blades are made kind of dull and to swing back if they his a rock or ?? but I have seen people sharpen the blades and get a "fair" cut. I guess it depends on how good a cut you want but a bushhog is made for stuff like Jroctx posted in his pic
Now they do make a rear finish mower this is big like a bushhog that is made to cut grass but you are driving over the grass with a heavy tractor just before you cut it so if a little wet it may not pick it back up and cut it
Bushhog is a company and make more than the rotery field cutters. That is why I asked