Mon June 25, 2012 - National Edition Construction Equipment Guide
The new Blue Diamond open front brush cutter is based on the current four blade extreme duty brush cutter but uses an open front design with a heavy duty push bar. This commercial grade low flow cutter performs along side high flow cutters. The oversized direct drive unit hosts a 2-5/8 in. (6.6 cm) drive shaft with two bearings submerged in oil. The bi-directional Eaton Char-Lynn motor requires a minimum of 16 gpms (60.5 Lpm) to cut up to 6 in. (15 cm) trees making this unit a high performance unit for low flow skid steers. The wire protection system under the deck prevents down time due to wire and vines by protecting the lower bearing seal. The double edged blades allow the unit to be run one direction for heavy cutting and the other direction for grass. The open back design allows consistent discharge of cut material to prevent bunching, and the chain curtain lays it down for a clean looking finished cut.
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