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Bradco Ground Shark Welcomes a New Family Member

This attachment clears tough ground vegetation, light to medium density brush and hardwoods up to 4 in. (10 cm) in diameter.

Thu June 26, 2014 - National Edition
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Paladin Attachments has released the Bradco Ground Shark standard duty brush cutter — the newest addition to the Ground Shark family. It builds on success of the original Ground Shark extreme duty brush cutter's innovative deck design, aggressive machine profile and high productivity, which is the fastest selling product for Paladin in the light attachment category, according to the manufacturer.

This attachment clears tough ground vegetation, light to medium density brush and hardwoods up to 4 in. (10 cm) in diameter. A dual pressure relief valve on the new hydraulic motor is standard, protecting against any pressure spikes that could damage the drive system. Three bi-directional blades cut in either direction to extend the operational life of the blades, minimizing fleet maintenance expenses.

The standard duty models share many of the engineering innovations incorporated into the extreme duty version like a heavy duty ¼ in. (.6 cm) steel deck, an extremely quiet drive train, and a shielded motor that protects it from falling debris and damage. They are available in three cutting widths: 60, 72 and 78 in. (152, 183 and 198 cm) and in a variety of low and high flow GPM ranges to accommodate the hydraulic capabilities of any skid steer loader.

The addition of the optional pressure gauge is highly recommended because it allows the operator to maintain peak performance and prevent stalling. Optional dual steel wheel kits, mounted just behind the front safety chains on the underside of the deck, help prevent scalping.

For more information, call 800/456-7100 or visit

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