I want a SCUT, but more than the "SCUT" classification I want a gas
engine beast of a workhorse (see https://www.mytractorforum.com/320-s...gas-scuts.html
for my reasoning on gas).
My primary chores are:
Mowing just under 4 acres - I have an offset pull-behind mower so presently I mow about 90" wide.
Maintaining about 700 feet of gravel driveway (grading in summer and plowing/blowing in WI winters)
Maintaining the 20'x50' garden (which may be expanding back to the 1/4 acre garden it used to be).
Other small-acreage chores like pulling wagons, skidding logs to the burn-pile.
Hopefully 3-pt/540RPM PTO attachments like a pressure-washer, log splitter, bigger tiller, bigger snowblower.
Hopefully FEL tasks like spreading mulch/dirt/compost, digging/leveling for a patio, moving snowbanks.
The three baddest machines I can come up with are the JD 445, the Simplicity Legacy XL, and the Ingersoll 7020. Can anyone come up with some other gas
Well the Biggest I can think of from the Past
Power King, Jim Dandy, Economy
Simplicity/ Allis Chalmers Power Max
Cub Cadet Lo-Boy 154,184, 185
Wheel Horse D200 & D250
John Deere 420, 430, 425 thru 455 X465 thru X749
Simplicity Sun Star, Legacy, Legacy XL and clones Under Agco, Agco-Allis & Massey Ferguson
Bolens/Troy-Bilt GT1800, GT2000. DGT1700 Just To Many Bolens Super GT's to list
Ingersoll & Case Ingersoll & Massey Ferguson Clones
400, 4000, 6000 & 7000 series
Cub Cadet Supers 982 thru 2284 and 3000 series
AMF Made Snapper & Massey Ferguson Clones
Power King or Snapper clone of the 1990's
Wheel Horse 1054, C195 D160 thru D250 520H
White & Yardman clones 1650, 1855, GT2055
There are just to many Super garden tractors to list that fall under( biggest baddest Super-GT ever made)
John Deere Models: 2025R TLB,X748,GX335,140H3,112SF,110RF,Sabre 1542,TX Gator
Cub Cadet Models:0riginal,70,106,XT3 GSX & Experimental Non Production Rear engine rider
Simplicity Models:Wonder Boy
White Model: GT2055
MSGT 11 & 18 Series Retired
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