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    Gill / Soil Pulverizer question

    How big of a Soil Pulverizer will a 1025R handle?

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    They get pretty heavy. Weight will be more of a limiting factor, especially if you get the double roller.

    I used a 48" one on my 2210 with no problem. If I remember correctly it came it about 700#.
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    I found a 66" Gill made by bush hog that weighs 560 lbs. Any reason this will not work with the 1025R?

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    I'd be concerned that the 1 series may not be able to lift it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 56FordGuy View Post
    I'd be concerned that the 1 series may not be able to lift it.


    Quote Originally Posted by Steve.Barnett71 View Post
    I found a 66" Gill made by bush hog that weighs 560 lbs. Any reason this will not work with the 1025R?
    The 1025 should be able to lift it, however you wont be able to do much with it. I can really lug, paw and spin my 2520 with my 4'er if I want to..
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    Quote Originally Posted by NEWT View Post
    The 1025 should be able to lift it, however you wont be able to do much with it. I can really lug, paw and spin my 2520 with my 4'er if I want to..
    Makes sense, Thanks for the feedback!

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