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MadMike
My neighbor used his Cub 782 with a snowblower to chop down a 1/2 acre of corn stalks, it worked better than expected. As a bonus, it cleaned almost all of the surface rust off the auger and housing.

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jmhusby
Still would like to find one of those front mounted weed cutters that fit on the Sovereign. Nothing around herewahwah. Of course if Santa was a jolly good fella he could leave me a Legacy with a three-point rough cut mower on the back and I wouldn't complain at all!!!!!!:D:D:D

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