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Can the BCS Sickle Bar Mower Take Down Grass 16 Feet Tall?

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Spoiler alert: YES
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Narrowing Standard Wheel Width

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Most tractors feature two-piece wheels that can be assembled into multiple configurations for varying tractor wheel width without the need for any additional accessories.
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Working Speed vs. Transport Speed

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Tractors with a transport speed can drive nearly 9 mph!
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Time for Tines?

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Depending on the speed at which you run your engine, each of your tines is passing through the soil between 250 and 290 times per minute!
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Clip the Clutch!

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On standard clutch tractors, leaving the clutch lever released (un-clipped) when the tractor is not in use leaves the two cones meshed together.  Over time, the two cones can bond together as the tractor is exposed to moisture in the air.
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Feathering the Clutch

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When you squeeze the clutch lever in order to select a particular wheel speed or engage the PTO, you will sometimes find that the gears inside the transmission do not interlock (mesh).
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Comparison Guide: BCS & Berta Flail Mowers

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BCS offers a wider range of options when it comes to flail mower attachments.
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Tractor Wheel Widths

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The wheelbase widths, measured from the inside or outside of the tires, ultimately dictates whether an implement can be properly operated.
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Differential Drive with Lockout

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Tractors with Differential Drive have gearbox differentials within the axles so that each wheel turns independently of the other. 
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