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Skid Loader Mower Pivots To Follow Ground Contour
"It swivels up to 25 degrees to either side to follow even the roughest terrain," says Jeff Monical about his company's new "Master Mow" mower for skid steer loaders.
  The heavy duty, hydraulically-powered mower has a cutting width of 61 in. and is designed to cut brush up to at least 2 in. in diameter. The mower is equipped with its own hydraulic motor and gearbox. The swiveling attachment plate allows the deck to pivot from side to side and up or down. A pair of adjustable gauge wheels on front eliminate the need to adjust deck height manually.
  "It can cut anywhere from 2 to 12 in. high and works great for cutting along fences and roadsides and for working in orchards and anywhere there's brush.
  "We offer another model with a cutting width of 76 in. Both models fit most skid loaders. The only limitation is the hydraulic capacity. The 61-in. model requires a skid loader with 16 to 20 gpm and the 76-in. model requires 16 to 25 gpm."
  The 61-in. model sells for $4,350 and the 76-in. model for $4,500.
  Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Master Mow, Box 187, Cimarron, Kansas 67835 (ph 800 728-9944; fax 620 855-7145).

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2001 - Volume #25, Issue #5