Had one they cut good but small saplings it will shake and burn up belts. You may be able to cut 3” but they would have to be few and far between
I think you'll have no problem at all with it. I love my swisher and its has mowed probably 5 acres worth of crap for me this year multiple times.Thanks guys, makes sense on the height issue and them bowing over. I don't think any are 2" but there may be a few that are clumped together. Sounds like this might be an option for me. They are growing in spots, nothing super thick, yet, so I'd like to get after them.
i have Ben's old one and i agree. it is good for cutting trails and shorter grass. but, if you get it on a 3" sampling it just rides up on it and throws itself around. mine bogs down in very thick or tall grass, but that just could be due to a lack of power from years of abuse. it's handier than heck for keeping the edges of my logging roads cut back so they don't get overgrown though.Had one they cut good but small saplings it will shake and burn up belts. You may be able to cut 3" but they would have to be few and far between