Bandit Introduces the All-New BTC-300 Track Carrier

Mon March 27, 2017 - National Edition
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BTC-300 Track Carrier
BTC-300 Track Carrier
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It's been nearly a decade since the first Bandit forestry mower entered the scene for land clearing professionals. Much evolution has occurred since then, including the development of interchangeable forestry mulching and stump grinding heads dedicated to large, high-production land clearing operations.

The new BTC-300 Track Carrier is the culmination of that evolution. It's an all-new machine from the ground up, built using the experience gained through previous Bandit models like the 3500, 4000 and 5000. It's also one of the most customer-focused machines ever built at Bandit, with designers and engineers incorporating a wide range of aesthetic and functional ideas from customers on what they need and what they'd like.

The BTC-300 retains many of the features that set Bandit track carriers apart from the competition, including tilting cabs for better maintenance access, interchangeable mowing and stump grinding attachments for unmatched versatility, separate hydraulic systems for the attachments and drive components, and class-leading performance. Following a highly successful testing and evaluation period, the BTC-300 is now available for purchase.

The Bandit BTC-300 is a game-changer for professionals working in high-production land clearing environment.

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