U.S.A. Hitch Type 3-point, category 1, HP Requires 22-35, Discharge Rear, Deck Construction Steel, Cutting Width in. 60, Blades qty. 3. HP range 22-35 Design allows close mowing to shrubs and buildings Quick coupler PTO driveline Cutting height adjusts with 4 caster wheels Solid rubber flotation tires are not susceptible to punctures or pressure loss Front scuff bar protects mower deck
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Customer Reviews for Farm Star 3-Point Finishing Mower - 60in. Cutting Width, Model# 652010
Review 1 for Farm Star 3-Point Finishing Mower - 60in. Cutting Width, Model# 652010
60", 3-point-hitch finishing mower
October 29, 2007
from Originally in Pepperell, MA but now Groton, MA
"Actually I'd rate it 4.5. I used this mower for almost 5 years off the back of a 1989 John Deere 650 tractor with tremendous satisfaction. I sharpened the blades in the spring, mowed weekly for 7 months, greased the fittings monthly and it did a beautiful job on a 2-acre lawn, even when the grass grew to 7 inches in height. I backed it under trees and bushes to trim edges of grass around the yard and used it every fall to mow down and prepare a 20' x 100' wildflower garden for the winter. The wildflowers grew to 4+ feet tall, with heavy stalks. The only shortcomings I had was the loss of one of the cutting blades during mowing (once), unbeknwnst to me, but I found it two weeks later and the periodic loss of snap rings atop each of the four wheels. I did not properly tighten that blade's bolt after the spring sharpening. Once in awhile, while trimming under trees, the branches would grab one of the snap rings holding a wheel in place and I'd lose a snap ring and a few hard rubber spacers. I cured that problem by wiring the snap rings down so they could not flip up. In late spring this year, after almost 6 years of use, I sold my entire tractor rig (backhoe, bucket loader, mowing deck, rototiller and trailer) for the same amount as I had bought it for. That's shows how well the mowing deck stood up. At 70 years of age I am retiring to a new home on 1/4 acre that I can almost mow with a pair of scissors."