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Brush Wolf Rotary Cutters

Wed May 09, 2018 - National Edition
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With a maximum cutting capacity of 8 in. (20 cm) and more than 25 models to choose from, Brush Wolf offers a rotary brush cutter for any tough job.
With a maximum cutting capacity of 8 in. (20 cm) and more than 25 models to choose from, Brush Wolf offers a rotary brush cutter for any tough job.
With a maximum cutting capacity of 8 in. (20 cm) and more than 25 models to choose from, Brush Wolf offers a rotary brush cutter for any tough job. Brush Wolf rotary brush cutters are designed to fit all skid steers, mini-utility loaders, tractors, backhoe loaders, excavators and site prep tractors.

Brush Wolf hydraulic rotary brush cutters, manufactured by Cross-Tech Manufacturing, are designed to withstand rough terrain and perform in some of the most inhospitable environments, according to the manufacturer.

Brush Wolf rotary brush cutters are designed to fit all skid steers, mini-utility loaders, tractors, backhoe loaders, excavators and site prep tractors. With a maximum cutting capacity of 8 in. (20 cm) and more than 25 models to choose from, Brush Wolf offers a rotary brush cutter for any tough job.

The Brush Wolf rotary cutter clears land in commercial tree plantations, agricultural or large property applications. The cutter will eliminate overgrowth on land, pipelines, power lines, right-of-ways and roadway easements.

Added to Cross-Tech's line-up of attachments is the demolition grapple bucket made for heavy-duty construction applications. It is built to handle the skid steer's load.

Cross-Tech Manufacturing's products are designed for the safest operation possible. Its engineering and manufacturing team designs and constructs each Brush Wolf to be as safe as it is rugged, and is backed by an exclusive warranty, according to the company.

For more information on pricing, or to find a local distributor or deal, call 218/692-1050 or visit www.brushwolf.com.




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