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My current Rears flail is not offset but my prior one had 2 masts — it could be connected to the 3-point at two different locations. I found that very handy. Rears equipment is very well made, and my earlier research 7-8 years ago indicated it was the easiest to maintain including knife replacement (perhaps overlooked benefit). The only downside to my current 5-year old Rears is it does not work with my iMatch. Don’t know if that’s changed.

Edit: my dual mast Rears SPF only offset by 12 inches. That was enough to meet my needs but maybe not for the OP and others. The Land Pride model is cool but requires 75 hp minimum.
 

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My current Rears flail is not offset but my prior one had 2 masts — it could be connected to the 3-point at two different locations. I found that very handy. Rears equipment is very well made, and my earlier research 7-8 years ago indicated it was the easiest to maintain including knife replacement (perhaps overlooked benefit). The only downside to my current 5-year old Rears is it does not work with my iMatch. Don’t know if that’s changed.
I’ve got to be able to mow ditch banks and around a pond. I’ve got a 3033R.
 

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I was thinking most that I have seen have bee Italian built.
I am pretty sure my Massio is Italian built.
 

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I was thinking most that I have seen have bee Italian built.
I am pretty sure my Massio is Italian built.
Yeah Maschio is Italian. It’s the one TTWT is always using and is probably the one to buy. There unfortunately aren’t really any that have the actual hydraulic offset that are made in the US. But I’m going to the national farm show this year so maybe I will find one.
 

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Yeah Maschio is Italian. It’s the one TTWT is always using and is probably the one to buy. There unfortunately aren’t really any that have the actual hydraulic offset that are made in the US. But I’m going to the national farm show this year so maybe I will find one.
Yea mine is hydraulic offset. Tim put me onto to them. Been really happy with it. So much so I could not see myself ever wanting use my MX6 so I recently traded the mx6 off.

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Yea mine is hydraulic offset. Tim put me onto to them. Been really happy with it. So much so I could not see myself ever wanting use my MX6 so I recently traded the mx6 off.

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I’m sold unless something comes up at the farm machinery show. Do you have a slip clutch on there?
 
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