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    Ford 951 special rotary mower compatible w/ 1025r?

    Does anyone know if a Ford 951 special rotary mower would be compatible with my 1025r? Thanks
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    I've used a 5 foot cutter on my 1023E (not sure the brand), I think you will be ok.
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    Quote Originally Posted by thpohlman View Post
    Does anyone know if a Ford 951 special rotary mower would be compatible with my 1025r? Thanks
    If you haven't bought it yet then I'd say if it doesn't, your 8N you have should work just fine. Other then that I don't know.
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    As long as the 3-pt is the same size and the pto is the right size and speed, I don't see why it wouldn't work.

    As an example, I'm running a woods finish mower on my M... Definitely not OEM equipment, but it does a great job.
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