CYCLONE 48" ROTARY BRUSH CUTTER | ETERRA
Featuring a heavy, two-blade cutting system, you will never have to worry about cutting thick vegetation, grass, or small trees again! Powered by a USA made radial piston motor and a spindle drive hub, the Cyclone 48" Rotary Mower can achieve cutter shaft rotation speed of between 1300-1500 RPMs! In addition to these impressive stats, the Cyclone mower ships with removable debris shields for maximum flexibility, and a T1 grain-controlled steel diamond-shaped blade carrier.
- Model: ET-CY-48
- Recommended Material: Hard Brush, Medium Trees, Grass, Brambles
- Drive Motor: Permco Gear
- Cutting Capacity: 6"
- Overall Height: 21"
- Optimal Operating RPM: 1300-1600
- Cut Width: 48"
- Housing Material: A572 Grade 50
- Drive Shaft Material: Steel-4140 HT (Heat Treat)
- Cutter Blade Style: 9LB in Plain Blade x2
- Drive Type: Direct Drive
- Total Weight: 685 lbs.
- Housing Thickness: 1/4" Shroud 3/8" Reinforced
- Blade Life Expectancy: 250 hrs, NO Rock
Select Product Options Above:
- Select Flow Range
- For most excavators, please select based on the flow range listed, and not the MAX flow.
- Only select based on the MAX flow if your excavator loses auxiliary hydraulic flow when moving the arm. Your flow should NEVER exceed this MAX rating.
- If you are unsure of your auxiliary flow rating, or whether your machine loses flow when moving the arm, please consult your excavator dealer.
- Select Case Drain – 3/8” Flat Face Coupler – Female or Male
- Optional for machines flowing 25 GPM and under as long as you are running the mower on a one-way flow/breaker circuit. If this is the case select NONE.
- Mandatory for 26+ GPM flow. You cannot select any for flow ranges exceeding 26 GPM
- Excavator Coupler
- If you need a coupler that isn't listed, select "Other Coupler" and we will contact you (price and warranty may vary)
- If you want to build your own coupler, select "None / Build Your Own" and we will contact you (price and warranty may vary)
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