They are not common. Brush hogs are always belt driven because you
hit things with them but I don't think you can get something with that
small a cutting width. Mine is about 30". If I sharpen the blades it
gives a half way decent cut even on grass. Blades get dull fast using
it for what it is intended for.
I've only seen belt drives on large commercial mowers.
Seems very unlikely to exist in a typical mower size for
cutting lawns for a variety of good reasons, ie
practicality, more complex design, no space, cost.
Probably better to just not mow stumps. Use a string trimmer in areas
unsuited to mowing.
Where did you get that idea?
And the small single-spindle puppies...
Nary a belt--all gear cases and pto shaft-driven...
Even with a belt it doesnt mean you didnt screw it up, you dont know
you returned it. Just dont hit anything and no I dont think they make
what you want , an 18" rock proof mower. Or use a weed wacker.
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