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post #16 of 19 Old 06-23-2005, 11:27 AM
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Re: My grass catching setup.....

I made a similar setup for my Simplicity 12.5 LTH several years ago. I used an old popup camper trailer and took out all the insides so I ended up with the aluminum top that opened clam shell like and the small door on the lower part. cut a hole for the hose and ended up with a large bagger trailer. It was alittle too big for the mower but since the simplicity had a deck mounted blower that ran off the deck spindle I didn't have to worry about having a seperate engine for the blower. worked great for many years til I got rid of the tractor. I still use the trailer behind my current tractor.

Todd that looks like a nice Gravely. what model G is it? I didn't know they offered a rear pto blower like that. Pretty cool!

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It's an 18-G with an M18S Kohler Magnum engine.

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So what do you do with 3 loads of grass clippings every week? Must make for one REALLY BIG compost pile.

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I have 60 acres and some of it is wooded, so some gets plowed down and some goes into the woods.....It is not hard for me to get rid of it.

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