Front and rear mower combinations.

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  1. Win

    Win Well-Known Member

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    Found this if you can read it...................... IMG_1373.JPG IMG_1374.JPG IMG_1375.JPG
     
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  3. Claas Grass

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    The 140 :blink:
     
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    johndeere6920s Well-Known Member

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    She will be fine
     
  5. headcase

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    Good for 200hp:Thumbp2:
     
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    They telescope to allow more float.
     
  7. scoffcruddle

    scoffcruddle Well-Known Member

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    Neighbour runs front and backs on a tm140,it does ok,lots of time to look what's infront at snail speed.

    To be fair it's the claas mowers they are seriously power hungry.
     
  8. headcase

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    are the krone pushed bed or pulled?
     
  9. recycled

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    Pushed . Think you need front linkage pins in the slotted holes to give them a bit more movement
     
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    That one is pushed but the krone are available as either pushed or pulled
     
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    I prefer the pulled type myself
     
  12. Grassnslurry

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    https://www.donedeal.ie/mowers-for-sale/10ft-krone-mower/20699956
    What would ye make of this? Grouper has been retro fitted, its a grouper off krone triples, would it be too heavy and only couse cross shaft problems or could it be counter acted by adding weights to the mower. Anyone seen one retro fitted to a mounted mower before?
     
  13. johndeere6920s

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    I'd say pulled type is better than a pushed.
    For our first front mower I wanted something simple and see if it suits
     
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    As said we run that style of mower, we have the krone telescopic toplink to give more float, can run with a standard toplink setup as in the pictures above, also run the tractors linkage in the slotted holes to let it float sideways.
     
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