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Re: [Shop-talk] Stand-on mowers?

To: Jeff Scarbrough <>
Subject: Re: [Shop-talk] Stand-on mowers?
From: Dave C <>
Date: Wed, 29 May 2013 19:09:23 -0700
Cc: "" <>
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I don't think "sickle bar" and "cheap" are allowed to be in the same 
sentence.  At least, I have never seen any kind of sickle bar I would 
actually want to use for anything near what I would be willing to pay 
for it.

To the O.P., one thing to consider would be to rent a DR Mower. Yes, 
it's walk behind, but it'll knock the grass down.  Or find a neighbor 
with a tractor and brush hog.

On 5/29/2013 1:28 PM, Jeff Scarbrough wrote:
> I used to have an old David Bradley 2-wheel tractor with a sickle bar
> mower, whih would be good for that task, as well as satisfying one's
> needs for tinkering on old machinery.
> Tractor:
> Mower:

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