mid mounted mower

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mid mounted mower

Postby mathias1 » Sat Mar 03, 2018 4:42 pm

I recenlty found this mid mounted mower made by busatis
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It should fit on a major.
the axle is free.

When my tractor is back into 1 piece, this will be the next project.
Anyone into these sort of mowers?
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Re: mid mounted mower

Postby oehrick » Sat Mar 03, 2018 11:24 pm

Nice win Mathias :) Is busatis a Belgian maker ?

I don't have a tractor mounted finger bar mower but do operate a retirement sanctuary here for old Allen Scythe mowers, these are a self propelled mower where the operator walks (or jogs!) behind - google and you will see lots. They keep creeping in, I've two reliable runners, two run when they choose to and about 4 'bitzas'

There used to be lots of three legged dogs and cats when these mowers were widely used, they see a disturbance in the grass and pounce on it, my little ones will take an inch diameter sapling off cleanly.............
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Re: mid mounted mower

Postby mathias1 » Mon Mar 05, 2018 10:42 pm

Busatis has its origin in Austria,
Here it's well known for finger bar mowers. Some time ago they sold this division to another company. Will see if I can find more information by contacting them.
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