Front-mount rotary cutters
The AV range was created to address the most extreme working conditions in the field of outdoor space maintenance, these vehicles represent the excellence of the technique for green and snow management work. These two models are available.
agricultural rotary cutter TFP130MISF235
Working width: 130 cmTractor power: 20 ch. 50 ch
Cutting deck Mulching Integral for front mower ISEKI. Easy tilting of the deck without effort by lever and without disconnectingMontage for ISEKI Front SF235.Delivered with a specific adaptation.
agricultural rotary cutter TFP150MISF235
Working width: 150 cmTractor power: 20 ch. 50 ch
Cutting deck Mulching Integral for front mower ISEKI. Easy tilting of the deck without effort by lever and without disconnectingMontage for ISEKI Front SF235.Delivered with a specific adaptation.
agricultural rotary cutter TFP180MISF235
Working width: 180 cmTractor power: 20 ch. 50 ch
Cutting deck Mulching Integral for front mower ISEKI. Easy tilting of the deck without effort by lever and without disconnectingMontage for Front ISEKI SF235.Delivered with a specific adaptation.
landscaping rotary cutter S30
Rotary hedge cutter S30 is an efficient attachment for cutting of shrub, bush, hedge and similar vegetation. It is equipped with three rotors with 4 cutting blades on each rotor. The blades are mounted.
agricultural rotary cutter FFS series
-Multimatic. Control FMC.EASY. Control FMC.with data collection.for mowing grass (up to a maximum of 350 mm) on level parks and meadows.Length / Width / Height: 1.80 m / 1.40 m /0.60 m.4 height-adjustable wheels.3 sickle.
landscaping rotary cutter CLUB series
Working width: 120, 150, 180, 210 cmTractor power: 18 ch. 40 ch
Optional REAR DISCHARGE KIT Optional KIT MULCHING Optional 3 POINTS HITCH CAT. I Optional QUICK FRONT MOUNTING KIT (CAT.0) Optional THREE POINT FRONT MOUNTING KIT AND ROLLER Optional PIVOT WHEELS.
landscaping rotary cutter F series
Working width: 1.2 m. 2.35 mTractor power: 12 ch. 60 ch
The F series front mower, which is available with cutting widths of 1200, 1500, 1800 and 2350 mm, dumping side or rear position, can also be used with 12 to 60 HP tractors. This mower is available in 21 versions with.
landscaping rotary cutter
Lawns are maintained using sickle mowers. The cutting height can be set from 40 to 75 mm. Success factors.High cutting performance.Robust, quiet-running blades.Clean cut.Cutting height adjustment with 5 settings.Simple.
arboriculture rotary cutter MJ30 Series
machinery manufacturing. The undersole discs are produced from Hardox 450, a wear and abrasion resistant steel Can be front or rear mounted (to be specified at order). Patented inter-gearbox drive system
landscaping rotary cutter C36R
Using reverse rotation blades, the 36-inch “R” collection deck is designed to evenly cut thinner (spindly) grass on finished turf and is ideal for tight spaces and fitting through narrow gates.
landscaping rotary cutter DMH120
DMH120 mower fitted with an easy to start engine it has been designed to cope with a wide range of conditions. 16HP Loncin Engine Double mulching blade.4mm reinforced mower frame, pressed steel wheel forks
landscaping rotary cutter GT 135, GT 155
Working width: 1.35 m. 1.55 mTractor power: 50 ch. 150 ch
agricultural rotary cutter
Quick Mounting Easily attach and detach by using one touch pin
forestry rotary cutter DTN Series
Working width: 123, 153, 244 cm
DTN brushcutters- mowers are road border maintenance solutions designed for graders. Since graders are mostly underutilized, DTN brushcutters make it possible to put an already available carrier on the job. As well, because of the power.
arboriculture rotary cutter SM Series
(750/1000 RPM on request) Front rollers and large rear roller (Ø 170 mm) Hydraulic side shift. LINEAR Frame of three-point linkage CENTRAL category 1 (cat. 2 on request) with self-lubricating sliding blocks.
agricultural rotary cutter MOW-H/M 140 CM
The MOW-H/M 140 CM combi mower provides five application possibilities with just one mower deck. Thanks to the different inserts and mounting options, both mowing and collecting in one working step, as well as side ejection and rear ejection.
landscaping grooming mower C30-CE5
Working width: 150 cmTractor power: 10.5 ch
The C30-CE5 is a push or pull type rear discharge three spindle engine driven finishing mower ideal for lawn tractors without PTO and for ATVs. The engine is a 10,5 HP Briggs Stratton with a centrifugal.
orchard rotary cutter AFLR series
Working width: 1.4 m. 2.56 mTractor power: 20, 35, 40 ch
mounting Hydraulic parallelogram adjustment 2 rear rollers for best operating characteristics and cutting height adjustment Front twist off wheels Reinforced V-belt drive High-quality bevelgear Accident prevention.
arboriculture rotary cutter TKF/TKR series
Working width: 200, 230, 260 cmTractor power: 30, 40, 50 ch
used in modern orchards and vineyards. The extremely short attachment with shorter cutting blades and a unique flexible front mount make sure that the TKF can be attached very closely to every narrow-track.
forestry rotary cutter Typhoon
LAND CLEARING FOR PROS Typhoon Clearing Mowers employ raw strength and power to clear the way. Designed to make clearing trees, brush, and other vegetation easy, so you can be confident your land clearing jobs will get done right. The.
agricultural rotary cutter CF360
The rugged frame of the CF360 heavy-duty rotary brush mower houses two AR400 blades featuring a 70″ path width. The 1/4” steel deck is designed to stand up and perform in rough terrain while cutting small trees, brush.
agricultural rotary cutter RFM190
impact of the blades with stones and other objects. Can be engaged in micro domestic and imported tractors. The front protective grille and rear ensures greater safety in operation. Includes the balance.
agricultural rotary cutter Buster ini
The Mini Rotary Brush Mower has been engineered for rugged durability, safety, and ease of operation. Industrial built 7 gauge steel design makes it one of the strongest, most versatile brush mowers made for cutting trees.
forestry rotary cutter IRC72, IRC78
can be flipped to utilize second sharpened edges. Standard replaceable front and side skid shoes increase the mower deck’s wear life. See the V40 Rotary Brush Cutter – Open Front.
orchard rotary cutter SATELIT DSF series
Working width: 18 mm. 4,300 mmTractor power: 40 ch. 110 ch
Front-mounted mower, featuring adjustable working width, for orchards and vineyards. Matches tractors in the range of 40 to 110 HP – CAT I-II three point hitch – Compact exclusive NB design – Rear roller, height.
agricultural rotary cutter TRT/750/C6
to take the incredible performance of the TR topper to larger pastures. Ideally, it can be combined with the ATR/270/C3 front rotary pasture topper to get a cutting width of 7.50 m. Thanks to its triangular.
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OREGON Rotary Cutter
A brush cutter goes by many names and is essentially a standard attachment for anyone with a tractor. But Oregon’s rotary cutter is anything but standard. From the default slip clutch, faster blade tip speed, high-strength steel construction, and a standard safety shield, Oregon has made sure you’re getting real bang for your buck.
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OREGON Rotary CUTTER Features
Power through tall grass, overgrown weeds, shrubs, and brush (up to 1″ dia.) on property and along roadsides with Oregon’s 48″ or 60″ cutting width Rotary Cutter.
- Heavy-duty stump jumper ramp lifts blades up and over rocks and roots, preventing blade damage
- Blade Tip Speed 13,629 FPM (22% higher than competitor)
- Safety shielding is standard (~200 retail value)
- Standard slip clutch driveline protection eliminates hassle of replacing shear bolts (~200 retail value)
- Smooth, sloped decks reduce debris and water build-up for care-free maintenance
- Protected gearbox shaft/nut on blade carrier provides more protection from wear
- Grade 50 high strength steel for increased durability
- Corrosion-resistant powder coat finish
- 48″ Cutter is built for tractors with at least 15 HP. 60″ Cutter is built for tractors with 20–50 HP.
- Category 1 3-Pt Connection or Cat 1 Quick Hitch compatible
- Made in the U.S.A. with U.S. and imported parts
- 3-Year Gearbox Warranty; 1-Year Cutter Warranty
Other notes: Cutting width should be as wide or wider than the width of your tractor tires (measure outside tire to tire).
OREGON Rotary CUTTER Dimensions
48″ Rotary Cutter Model OR48RC-1 60″ Rotary Cutter Model OR60RC-1
Q: How do I determine the right Rotary Cutter for my needs? A: Match your tractor’s 3-point category, the PTO (power takeoff) horsepower, and the width of the tractor’s tires to the Cutter with the same specs. Working width should be as wide or wider than the width of your tractor tires (measure outside tire to tire).
Q: Do my gearboxes come from the factory filled with oil? A: No. Be sure to pick up SAE-80W-90 oil before leaving the store.
Q: What assembly is required? A: The Rotary Cutter is shipped partially assembled to the retailer and will be fully assembled by the retailer. The owner should receive the Rotary Cutter completely assembled, lubricated, and adjusted for normal cutting conditions.
Q: At what height should I be cutting my grass/brush? A: Run cutter 1/2″ lower in the front than the back. Set the cut height high enough to avoid scalping the ground as this can damage drive components.
Q: How do I adjust my cut height? A: Level cutter from side to side. Adjust, using tractor’s 3-point arm leveling device: To raise rear of cutter, move tailwheel arm down; to raise front of cutter, raise tractor 3-point arms. Adjust top link to provide 1-2″ of clearance between break link and rear lift arms. See operator’s manual for complete instructions.
Q: What maintenance is required on my Rotary Cutter?A: Some service and maintenance work must be done by a qualified dealership; special skills, tools, and safety procedures may be required. Consult your operator’s manual for details.
Q: Why do I have to adjust my driveline length? A: If the distance is too large, the driveline will be too short for proper engagement. If the distance is too small, the driveline may bottom out in operation and damage the cutter or tractor.
Skid Steer Brush Cutter vs. Tractor Brush Hog: Which Is Best?
There are a lot of seemingly small details that go into making the most of a landscaping project. From the type of property you’re working on to its size and the equipment you use, each factor contributes to your overall efficiency and success. As such, it’s vital that you’re paying particular attention to the type of equipment you use for the job. After all, not all machines produce the same quality results, and you always want to ensure you’re giving yourself every possible advantage.
So, while many view skid steer brush cutters and tractor brush hogs as the same type of equipment, it’s important to recognize that they aren’t. In fact, one is actually significantly better than the other for landscaping tasks. Here’s what you need to know about skid steer brush cutters and tractor brush hogs to determine which is best.
The Importance of Making the Correct Choice
The equipment you choose for your landscaping endeavors might be at your personal discretion, but there’s always something that fares better for certain tasks. As such, there is a correct choice to make when it comes to picking between a skid steer brush cutter and a tractor brush hog. Skid steer brush cutters and tractor brush hogs are very different pieces of machinery and, as such, one will always be better than the other for certain jobs.
Because of this, understanding the differences and choosing the correct one for your application, or all-around-general use, will be the key to superior performance and reliability. So, make sure you take the time to consider your unique job at hand and weigh all the contributing factors before making your decision.
Key Performance Applications
There are several key performance applications that quality landscaping equipment must be able to accommodate. As such, skid steers brush cutters and tractor brush hogs are also held to these standards. Understanding these expectations is crucial to comparing the two machines and picking the one that best suits your job. Here’s how cutters and hogs measure up to some of the most important performance expectations for landscaping.
Angled and Sloped Maneuvering
One of the first things to watch for is how well certain machines operate on angled or sloped terrain. Not every property you care for will have only flat land, and, as such, you’ll need to have something that can accommodate this potentially difficult challenge. It’s important to note here that you don’t want to be on slopes and uneven ground on a tractor. This is because they can’t sustain traction on steep slopes and are at a greater risk of tipping over should you drive up too steep of an incline.
Skid steers, on the other hand, can maneuver over steeper areas due to their larger track or tire size. The brush cutter is also positioned in the front and more controlled so you can better accommodate these patches of land. While skid steers aren’t generally the safest pieces of equipment, they are safer than alternatives when cutting on steep slopes due to their low center of gravity. This keeps them much more stable and better accommodating of sharper inclines.
Different Cutting Heights
You’ll also want to determine which equipment option is better for varying your cutting height. To start, tractors can’t lift their attachments, making it more difficult, or sometimes even impossible, to cut higher brush. Conversely, skid steer brush cutters can accommodate several different cutting heights since they’re attached to the machine’s lifting mechanism.
Likewise, the skid steer brush cutter is in front and cuts when you run into brush. While a tractor brush cutter is on the back, and you have to go over the brush to cut it. Because of this, skid steers are generally safer and more accommodating when cutting through tall grass and other debris.
It’s important to note as well that skid steer brush cutters tend to have a greater diversity in what type of landscaping debris they can cut through. With the additional weight of the skid steer comes an increased amount of power that transitions into the brush cutter attachment. As such, it’s much easier for these devices to chop through thicker growth like weeds, tall grass, and smaller tree trunks.
Tractors are much lighter than skid steers, meaning that they have less power behind their movements. As a result, they have less available force to cut through undergrowth. This limits them to handling jobs with more grass and fewer patches of dense brush.
Accuracy and Control
Finding a machine with maximum accuracy and control is also important if you want to get the most out of your landscaping project. After all, it’s these factors that contribute to the quality of your finished product. Since, as stated previously, the skid steer brush cutter sits at the front of the machine, the operator can better see what they’re doing and how to best maneuver. This allows them the freedom to adjust their cutter height accordingly, and therefore yield more accurate results.
Tractor brush hog attachments don’t have as much opportunity for maintaining control. Because these attachment rest behind the operator’s seat, it’s much harder for workers to turn back to see what they’re doing. As such, you can’t control these attachments as easily, and you’re less likely to get the polished results you’re after.
Which Is Better for Landscaping Purposes?
So, as far as which is the best option between skid steer brush cutters and tractor brush hogs. Based on the previous expectations, it’s clear that skid steer brush cutters are the best alternative for landscaping work. This is especially the case for larger plots of land with varying types of terrain and several slopes to account for. They offer strength, control, accuracy, and reliability that tractor brush hogs can’t. Because of this, if you’re doing any intense land clearing work—especially on hilly terrain—the skid steer brush cutter is the better option.
If you’re interested in maximizing your efficiency, quality, and performance during your next landscaping job, McLaren Industries has just the equipment for you. Our line of premium skid steer brush cutters chop through thick undergrowth and smaller trees with ease, making it easy to gather debris for removal. They’re also incredibly reliable on even sloped ground and able to achieve more consistent results than other products on the market. Contact us here to learn more about these powerful skid steer attachments, or give us a call at 800-836-0040 with any questions. We’re always available to help!
Tarter 4′ Rotary Cutter Sub-Compact
3 point rear attach cutter is ideal for cutting grass, stalks and light brush. Not to exceed 25HP rated tractors with 540 RPM. 45 HP heavy-duty cast iron 540 RPM gearbox. Shielded PTO with shear pin. 14-gauge deck, 13 gauge sides with series 4 driveline. Balanced stump jumper/blade pan with heavy-duty 3″ heat treated forged blades. Adjustable rear wheel design for stability, weight support for smaller tractors, and keeping cutter level. Category 1 hookup and Category 0 spacing for sub-compact tractors (Category 1 pins included). Features our durable, corrosion-resistant powder coat finish Less
3 point rear attach cutter is ideal for cutting grass, stalks and light brush. Not to exceed 25HP rated tractors with 540 RPM. 45 HP heavy-duty cast iron 540 RPM gearbox. Shielded PTO with shear pin. 14-gauge deck, 13 gauge sides with series 4 driveline. Balanced stump jumper/blade pan with heavy-duty 3″ heat treated f. Read
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- 3 point rear attach cutter is ideal for cutting grass, stalks and light brush
- Not to exceed 25HP rated tractors with 540 RPM
- 45 HP heavy-duty cast iron 540 RPM gearbox
- Shielded PTO with shear pin
- 14-gauge deck, 13 gauge sides with series 4 driveline
- Balanced stump jumper/blade pan with heavy-duty 3″ heat treated forged blades
- Adjustable rear wheel design for stability, weight support for smaller tractors, and keeping cutter level
- Category 1 hookup and Category 0 spacing for sub-compact tractors (Category 1 pins included)
- Features our durable, corrosion-resistant powder coat finish
Note: Gearbox ships without oil and must be filled with 90 wt. gear oil before first use. This unit ships with front guard installed. Optional rear guard available (rubber only)
4′ Rotary Cutter Sub-CompactMSRP: 1,358.99 Item #: RCSC4 Unit Height: 24″ Approx. Weight: 350 lbs. Width: 50″ Height: 69″