[AT] Some what OT- bush hog
moscowengnr at outlook.com
Wed Apr 28 19:43:09 PDT 2021
Someone in church has a similar set up. It is not a regular brush hog that he has, but a specially designed brush/tree cutter. It does up to 5” or 6” trees with little effort. Front portion is open, so it throws pieces of wood all around. There are some teeth underneath it to cut what the blades do not get.
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> On Apr 28, 2021, at 9:36 PM, HERBERT METZ <metz-h.b at comcast.net> wrote:
> He has a truck, trailer, skid steer, bush hog and operator tied up for how many hours, unseen/unknown hazards, changing some bush hog blades can be difficult, before and after photos. Herb(GA)
>> What make and model is his bush hog? It’ll make a difference in blade costs.
>> ----- Original Message -----
>> From: Mike M <meulenms at gmx.com>
>> To: Antique tractor email discussion group <at at lists.antique-tractor.com>
>> Sent: Wed, 28 Apr 2021 22:16:52 -0400 (EDT)
>> Subject: [AT] Some what OT- bush hog
>> I have a question for you guys. I have a friend that I hire to do all my
>> excavation work. I needed about 5 acres cleared that you couldn't even
>> walk through. He had a bush hog mounted in front of his skid steer, and
>> basically would mow down a tree. He told me that a new set of blades,
>> cost 750.00. He does have an end mill, so he can get more life out of
>> them. Anybody know of a cheaper place to get them. It's just 1/2" steel.
>> Mike M
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