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I've gotten a good deal on a 44" King Kutter rotary cutter. Should my 1025R handle that size cutter?
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Heck ya, I've got a 48" woods rotary cutter and my 1025R does a great job with it.
 

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I have a 48" KK, my 1026 works well with. Some use a 5' and report good results.The 1023,1025 and 1026 are 48ish wide. Not sure I'd want a mower that wasn't as wide as the tractor.
 
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I have the same setup as ejb69 and Echo his sentiments
 

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I have a 60" cutter with no problems.
 

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Take your time, use the old measure twice, cut once method
 
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Now I just have to cut the PTO shaft. That's gonna be fun.
I cut mine with an angle grinder utilizing a cut-off disc. Clamped it up in a vise, measured twice and cut three times, but still came out too short (only kidding).:hide:
I cleaned the inside up with a deburring tool, and the outside burrs I dusted off with a sanding disc on the grinder. Plastic shields can be cut with a utility knife.
 
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