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    Bush Hog

    Has anyone run a 5ft rotary cutter on a 1025R or would a flail mower be easier load?

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    I had a 5ft brush hog on my 1025R when I had it. Was no problem unless I did not have the loader on at the time. Then I could not steer as the front end was too light. Plenty of power.

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    I have the 4ft brush hog on my 1023e and I think it could handle a 5ft just fine. As the earlier comment stated, I think as long as you have the loader on or front weights it will be fine.
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    Ok thanks, I know my 1025 handles a really nice 5' disc like a charm. I will be looking into getting a rotary cutter.

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