What Is a Flail Mower?

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A flail mower is a type of mower that uses banks of flails instead of blades, to beat and break off the tips of the grass when it's mowing. It generally consists of a long horizontal rotor that has rows of free swinging flails. Flail mowers tend to come in a variety of sizes.
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Flail mowers are usually attached to heavy tractors and are not designed to cut any woody objects other than saplings or limbs; however, there are some flail mower-heads that can
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The purpose of a Flail mower is to cut tougher, thicker grass that can not be cut by an ordinary mower. They are usually driven and often used to cut grass by roadsides.
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Who makes a flail for an ATV? Alamo -- the same people who make the ones seen along roads and in parks, except with a gas engine mounted on top. They had stopped making them just
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Flail mowers are usually attached to heavy tractors and are not designed to cut any woody objects other than saplings or limbs; however, there are some flail mower-heads ...
Flail mowers are usually attached to heavy tractors and are not designed to cut any woody objects other than saplings or limbs; however, there are some flail mower-heads ...
Flail mowers are usually attached to heavy tractors and are not designed to cut any woody objects other than saplings or limbs; however, there are some flail mower-heads ...
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