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Check out this homemade hedge trimmer that is pulled behind a lawn tractor.

It's a mower that hangs over the hegdes and mows them.

Talk about being dangerous! Holy crap!
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haha wow talk about an accident waiting to happen. the ground infront of there hedges better be pretty flat or else there cuts gona be pretty wavey hahaha
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Wouldnt it just be better to use a hedge trimmer up there than a mower?
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i dont think that is csa,wcb approved or liked by any insurer. heck as a home owner i would not let a gut use that on my hedges.
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Oh yea, if a lawn care business owner pulled up with one of these contraptions, they would be asking for a lawsuit.
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Wouldnt it just be better to use a hedge trimmer up there than a mower?
Steve. the mere lack of brain cells this person has shows they are to stupid to think about that. I think there mower flung to many hedge clippings into the back of there head. I wander if they wear a helmet?
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Thats a very good point as well.
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No rednecks are not that stupid. a redneck would put a lift kit in a tractor
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As stupid and dangerious as it is I'd like to see the end result.
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