That is a good deal. I went to the Howse factory in Laurel, MS and got mine for more than 1/2 price off of retail -- got a medium/HD 5' hog for $250 out of the door. It has been one incredibly well-built and well-constructed machine. :lucky:
So how does it work? I could see that a towbehind would be good for older tractors, in big open aeras. I am thinking of getting a kingcutter for my N. 3PH style though. There not the top of the line, but I feel they are a real good value.
In the picture the front of the bushhog is raised. I know that would effect quality of cut. If you have that hooked to the tractor drawbar is there any way to adjust the height up and down? I imagine you could hook it to the drawbar of a 3PH.
WOW!!! You got good eyes. Yep the front does set a tad high. I have it hooked to the belly draw bar. A draw bar hooked to the lift arms might be lower, I just haven't tried it yet and nope....ya can't adjust the front hitch.
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