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5 Foot Sickle Bar Mower For Subcompact Tractors
Farm-Maxx 5 Foot Sickle Bar Mower


 
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5 Foot Sickle Bar Mower For Subcompact Tractors

Cut a 5 foot path around ponds or ditches with your subcompact tractor. This sickle mower is available with a manual lift, or a hydraulic lift, and can make mowing in dangerous places much safer. The simple design is built sturdy, so you should have many trouble free years of mowing ahead with a top notch sickle bar mower.
  • Double action cutting bar
  • Hydraulic folding bar optional.
  • Easy to change bolt on guards
  • +90 to -45 degree cutting angle
  • Extra blade bar included
  • Powder coat finish
  • Weighs 441 pounds
  • Free shipping within 1,000 miles!
*****HYDRAULIC FOLD MODELS OUT OF STOCK TILL AT LEAST MID OCTOBER****
Our Price: $3,859.00


Product Code: UNI-FSBM-5

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Perfect PTO sickle bar mower for smaller tractors doing hay operations or mowing around ponds and ditches. The rugged yet simple construction will give you years worth of trouble free mowing. Free shipping within 1,000 miles!

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2 of 5 5 foot sickle bar mower for subcompact tractors July 31, 2019
Reviewer: Richard Norris from Glouster, OH United States  
5 foot sickle bar mower for subcompact tractors I do like the mower. It does what you said it would do.However. I did ask the salesman how high the mower could be lifted for cutting. He replied 2 feet. The individual knew that I was buying a Kubota 2680 to use with the mower. He failed to mention that there was a height above which the mower could not be lifted while running. In only a matter of a few hours of operation I lifted the mower high enough that the pto shaft was destroyed.
I am not new to tractors having owned three previous tractors and a wide variety of equipment. I have never seen a tractor/attachment combination that had such serious potential for destroying a pto shaft. In a conversation with my kubota dealer yesterday the individual stated that you should have provided a warning of such a potential. In 45 years of operating a tractor this is the first time anything like this has happened.
Would you be open to providing a replacement pto?
EA Response:  We have sold a large number of these for BX tractors, including our 2670, since introducing them in 2017 and have never had a single issue with a pto shaft.  It could be due to the pto shaft not being sized by the customer prior to installation or it could be a defect.  Either way, EA is contacting the customer to investigate and offer assistance.   With a properly sized PTO shaft, there is no reason lifting the mower would cause damage to the shaft and no reason any warning by the salesman should've been conveyed.

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